Villa Park High School - Odyssey Yearbook (Villa Park, CA)
- Class of 1982
Page 1 of 330
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 330 of the 1982 volume:
qw' ,R 4 Q X.
aaaaaaagaaa xv MQQQQQEQU
' Xe - 9-- fb. , ' ' ' in 4-
i N ik
Wllllm aaaamm n , QQQQQQQQQHU
M '49 5 5 Q o
gf it f
xx .1 2 ,KQ N X , 1?
X i M lj
, M am a dprf f Xameaa a aw
f w ww M mam ma
'e w ,,: iii iiiiiii-i
,U Mig iii, i
, L ,: z Q07
f' f f ff 4 5:4211 uf 'f 1
fn" ' XX ,.4..1,f.,,,,. ,,ii.f.f
2 5 ' 'aff' E424
-f N,-v .-' ,
, -ffff f 4, f A f' A 4
K LV' I x..,-" xxx' N ,ff ,- g fi, .-
XN-..ef KX--ff -f"
. 5 "'
viLLA PARK onvsssv
, 41544-f.f2.:gf Z'
.,ff,f',: ,V fi ,nffi
fi fb :S V
I, , 3 V"V - I A: gif 1
rim iiiiii '
My "Urn", ,iii i ,Mu-v
ii i.-ii. '-', w',, ,Ni ,1,1',1 I ',", ,Q 11,!', w"i'i,i ,, ip? K, ,, ,
iiiii jf ' ii i ii iiiii
+ 5 iii iiii + 1 iiii iiii i J iiii i is 1 i i i i i - i i is
l1 is iiii i - il 18042 T ft A VII Pa k Califo a
i iiii iiiii i iiii 1 ii ia Venue' I 3 r ' i Ii , i
, iiii Q + , i i i
iiii iiiii i i lfQ i i
f V f ' P A i i i
'iii i ii' . ' 'N Ui 'i"lilFiI '3'ii"'
ii' ' iii 1'fii':i'5i'iiiiiiiiiiiWi. l'i'i""iUP" ik 'iw' i . ,
Editor-in-Chief Debbie Kiricade Copy Editor Melissa Gross
Advisor Travis Haskins
i H W, ,, are
5 5 4 .wi v-1
:vp 4 Q' 41
,, 4 .,
..,,.3 ,, ,,
B I if , .. ,. A
my Q ' V
1:1 xmas V i X" . .,,,,,,w.,..,.
"'V I '
,. ,Qmvfnm-r -,
" ' ' 'f::1wZ12,.fQza1.w,. ip,
A I -asf, -'
4 WY? vt . 'ff nm
' " ,f lf ' .. " "l:mrg.,,-Q,
.qrigv ,Q-a5:v:r1.5w:- ,-
fy .- .,
NEW BUSINESS HOURS
Mon. - Fri. 7:45 to 2:35
Sat. - Sun. Closed
in 5 W
fr. -af ' f-
i- Q- ',
-' ' j'Z:1:kfv?I
' pf--pn rr-1214:-.4r::4.
' 1.-sa' ff ' :asv
4 " iff -ff
WWW, , ,,
. . , V. . .1 . 4'-
,ff-':-ff "-:"',::f4 .1 -'-.mf ' --wf',vv,f-f' r
Qglgg, y- gg-,z 111.-55' gl-'xblw-1' 'glhf
' .512 ' , ,ffzjifv :FSF
, -wyzqc.. A
f, :1 '
' , ,, .1 'QI I
. Y . H7 fri,
fr, ' B' J
2 I 's2'Euw:?-
E55 Til: 12
iff15ifrf", 4131, 55,291
.VJ ,-,- 1. 1,,:5:: U5g
f 'fifif ?f"'
" ',,g3:gg,5,,:'I A ugjffjjgz
fiwzsf' Ziff' V
15- " '
2. .f 3,
"f Fr if-
, 1, kr,
a A ,
4 fl' 1 f-
. -,' 'ive
119- 1 f' -
, ' 4 ,Ha
, Q 3
2 A -
ff?" ' VL'
Z ' ,- I V
.K ,ve M
2, 'af' 'U
,- V., Q.
c I 1'
-.L ' -,-
,y 5, -fn-'
1. ,. ,, ff
f '47 ,I
v '51 ' uf
.IPP ff .
4 f Y
ff in lf l
, . V Xa
Still need more convincing? I
can understand your
apprehension over the change
in format. A lot of people at Villa
Park were faced with changes
on the first day of school. A new
parking lot, complete with addi-
tional stalls and a new entrance!
exit was installed during the
three months of summer. Cut-
ting down on accidents was the
motivating force behind the con-
struction and - huh? You
should've gotten a parking stick-
er at registration! Well, just be-
cause you didn't doesn't mean
that everyone else should have
to walk to school!
Susie Brinkman and friends model the
latest in designer jeans.
Dr. Fox tries to replace Coach Pomeroy's arm before anybody notices that it' s
Pat Fenn's dimple almost took up the whole
Two Cgirls plot a way to ditch sophomore English fwho
woul n't want to ditch?J
. i lvl'
Karen Kaleel and Ry
.. . ,,,-' 1
n 9 '
,.z , lm, A
,., V. v,.-Ly. ..
-qv, eg, --4:11.
, -.45-13:4 f ,'.:' rr
A ' . r f
, L1 'r .1 '
f X X t :IQ I
J 1 ' '
, f V in -5 "fa
. A I V 7,157 Q' lf' V V, g ' J
. -Q ' p .1 We 1 . ,jr .
1. Iohn Winkleman asks the age-old question, "What is the 9, r V , if gf V
meaning of life?" . fr
2. Lisa Hunter and Annie Zatlin try to act casual about the trash I P 7" 5 ,
they threw on the ground. it H4 . 4 i A l
3. You almost have to shut your eyes when you eat the school's L 2 V if
4 lim! d h h d 1 "' V A '
. wo ears an twen - 've ort 0 ontist visits ater . . . , --L ,
5. Kim lglolthe in her fires? ublic appearance since her lobotomy. ' QI his .,, ' M'
6 Mary Giannetakis and Eisa Giannini decide to duel it out with
Whatever . . .
Caught comparing cheat sheets, Sally McKay tries to hide the
9 Lisa Schwartz can't believe that Coach Hughes didn't ask her
out this weekend.
Villa Park's Quality
U. .. Li., ..k,
1 " 6
ll 4 l ,
all Ranks Second To None
Along with the new parking lot, Villa Park also instal-
led a new attendance system to better enable the stu-
dents with absences to "check out". A Dial-A-Note
procedure was utilized and although it made for a lot of
paperwork on the part of the teachers the students
found the program to be much easier than bringing a
note from home. Reading period was dropped, an
extra five minutes was added to the day, and the Word
of the Week died a quiet death at the end of last year.
Through all of these changes, Villa Park students ad-
justed quite well, and altered their schoolwork sche-
Q KTM A
, u .4
' ! :4-' .
'- 'm,f,4.'- -
79.7 4 , , A ,,
, Z ,,V, . ,,
1 PG' . '
, ik. 9 , 5
vi W Ag
I J I ,
Wa, 1 1
f. rfffrif 1
ba 5'g:' ..f
, , , 1
f, i 1.714 sq J
.e.. " if 1 "
49? a 'L f'
WZ 'nl aff
,X li 1
.W?4"f',g""E we sl'
"Villa Park Needs
1 1 en 'Wu' ff'4'Z1"f b t 1 r . e
.,,g,,,,g ,..fg,,,it,f,,,f.m, wg ,ip-3 i p T ,
jaw qf,!"w., fs..-A , dl, t- -
41:4 4-,-4, 15 ,-...w-' :
. reef iv, -3- ,yn--4-1.1, i 5, 4,
far ,Q .g ' ,:+f. ,41,..':.-an avg .a , 1 2, 6
' Eff ,E H' N H " r f?6j, ' lv,
"' QV' -L Q-, 'fine 35.9 '-e"" E 1
:ii., 5f 1fs w,
. , fti'i'?p:iiZ' 9'
,,,5,-.W ff 1,-wp,-,
t, if t
by P T
52" 1 W
1 i f xv
a K 1 rf
. lm ,
1 ' '
... . .
-': fb v , 'nw
The Spartan Supermarket, sometimes known as the
snack bar, isn't open 24 hours a day, it only seems that long
to Iudy Barrera, Carmen Drummand, and the student
workers who face the crush of humanity during nutrition
Ding Dongs, Super Socko, Honey Buns, and chocolate
doughnuts may not be especially nutritious, but they seem
to provide plenty of energy and, even more important,
something to do between classes.
Observe the contented, munching people on these
pages, observe the marvelous healthy glow that has re-
sulted from their Spartan Supermarket diet. See the alert
expression in their eyes and the rippling vigor of their
1' 'jun' F'
Q 9 0
1 ,' if f ff I
. ev 5 f
3 f It 5 Y 2
V Ivy H In V
3, 'A Q 5 'Q K
. ,-,,v 1,
'.,,-,fffam "" .
A ,, -4.,.,,
, , . .,
Www: ,r u
We 'ax 2
K f Q, 17, feg
4 - , -.
, .1 V,
. ' Ht' 7 ,
, , 4,
. Ng, M 4
N-1. ..- -
Mi' 1? ,
11' . V
5 'V n
zlf, 5, , 4
.,,.,,,.1 .,, '
Drlves one half mlle
to school arrlves
one half mlnute af
ter the tardy bell
w1th1n the next live
Faster than a speed
Cuts down sopho
mores at every
Expects to be finan-
Intends to register
for the draft, but
avoid the war.
Attends two classes
Has eaten lunch in
the same place for
Works 4 days a week
at the Villa Park
33.52 an hour.
w fr '
., , ,fa fm A
izggf ,. .' ,
wgm V , .,f.
I, , .
.., if f Wd'
" ,f vf
, , '
A41 T , j
...,.,1ff.4af2Awf"' " '
. - ' '.".'-
'.'f ','.'- 1
. .4 ,
e 1 4 ' 'nil' A
. . ,',' 1 ' '.'n '.'v .
nfvfw, Off, 'f 1-5-f - - . ' - . - v - . '
4!,5f,:'-1,-,izffv , ,' - - - . . Q - '. ' v
Zfgfj-g,gf,fL ,,, 1563: - . ,' - . , 1 '
I ' ' ' I
,, , ,
- ' o ' '-".'.
If , ,.
ram' Kam L
Mm Mullen, A
RW, lisa Sc
UU11, Ke' -
x '04 . 'Q
Back Row - Mark Stevenson,
justin Bimbaum, Debbie Def-
fenderfer, Rich Sagey. Middle
Row - Mike Osumi, john
Winlcleman, Brad Nichols,
Stacey Kato, Liz Stewart,
Donna Hart, Stlefhanie
Freidenreich, Andrea ackin,
Kim Mullen, Allison Sch-
reiber. Front Row - Steve
Dunn, Lisa Scheer, Don
Youn , Kelly Barvin, Iohn
, I if Q
,A ' ' t , -.
fi Q: 'fab
Iodi Goodman , V-
0 V nl
ll' ' 1
Belinda F. Baker
Iless P. Baker
Drumrs Ru e SCV 01 DCI good friends
MM? PEKKS TIFS Rx 7 Sady 81 Drill dos
TB KS LZ DL TJ LS LA luv em By now
Ken? L. Barnett
Best Frenx TT M CS KC CL SCB Bear!
Beach rmbls Lk Pwl Hall wn 80 WTR 6:
SST ahoe Blnun IR NY CB wMBnfy
MTHX M 8: D
Valerie M. Baros
DT 11st LT 80-81 Yellow "Z" BEEP!
HONRQ Fun xsw MYb1 sl TRKGHKE '
ONS ' RT ' THANX Mom Dad ez S15-
Rita M. Barragan
Emerson - JR - Buddies - CK JG KH
- Espindonso - Luv - mom Me 8:
l. Cathy O. Neill can't de-
cide whether to wear her
sweats or her 501's.
Sue A. Barsa
AWYS REM GRT TMS WNT WKNDS
AWAY SOPH CHEER. Mamoeh, RR. lL
Daniel R. Barta
Blam! "God left the love" GDv.w
jCarlde Sguap WDE Oatsiz Crash IMK dz
CCJ Rod emand B CG Vikes to Bowl
HYPER TMS W SB SH DK10iz. SWM
81 SADIE WIMT NEVR 4 GET 411280 IL-
YMT GREK FREK THX M at D
Mal? M. Basick
GUIDE MY S EP DR LORD, LOv1N
GOD BLSS DEB PROV17, 17. Fn TIMES
LF af TH SMMR so THNKS 4 EVERY-
1' "1 f 1
O 1, f ' '5
i 1 1
, ' 44 ff .
- J, ' ,xv
f , 1 ff . ,. . Qu
f 'QZJ7 F ,YC ff ' '
.V 1 V " 0, ' ' '75
""it'3L",f,1', L, LL YY,, QL, .51 5
Z -ff 'Q
WZ . ,
" idea,-rl ' yifhi ,L ,- '
, , M , I l .
,,,,, .. M. T. ,
f . , ,yep-
, i ,
V ,I .4 .' .
fffifuv v 'J""' "J
0' f X
if '12 I
Stephen P. Crouch
FOOTBALL M67 SGOOOT' CIF' Shut
Outs! S HOT PUT wfCRLJICK 'THANKS
COACHES er M-im sr Dad ei Bm!!
Blake L. Curry
Thanx Mom, Dad, and Caroline! I LOVE
YOU CAROLINE and Ill Miss YA! TRI f
TOMS 81-827 IM 4 MX!
Dori I. Cutler
Best Time SWXSN LS MG ID SQ IC TM
CA, Dswim' VchrA. Stafl lv U mom Sz
dad 81 budys MGLS TH Yrs I'll Nevr For-
Gary M. Daily
Ifaifnelle M. Dalberg
LOVE . MTRCYCL MAN 4 VR! Al-
ES Rem Pav Pals - LB DC IT RC SF CP
DL - VP SADIGO 3 LITL PCS My
When xa snooze xalu ' ose good timez
with ha RRX Scoti Nub Punk I! Was fair
king gairt It was 41 VP HI
Iohn A. Davis
WHOO- AA 4x-1 mopar fun with BM IE
PO DE KO MS Bruces storage LJ ski 82 Hi
Lisa Thanx M Sz D
Iennafer L. Dawson
Go G05 KAT1-T DOR LISA ME COOL
CATS OF sz By 47 dz VP HI SL OB UL
PRTY PA IB TRAC JO LBRY RUNS
CALL 75!Il mis u all!
Debi E. Dean
Alwys Rem Fred Iwuvu 4ever sweetie
Canvon 8: THE gang CTW! Michelle QI
SG Rem Flinstones
Craig H. deBeauvieres
Aloha 82 Surf Budz TR BW BH DR MM
Thruster Nowayl Best Times L5 ABI Luv
U Mom ri Dad
Debra A. Deffenderfer
RSWLY? I do I will do I am! ll betcha!
121580 4 ever Rem 66823 CB wab DSURQ
IT No Tikl ML Sr MST " LOVE YA RICH'
, , ' fm
, V 0
,,,,,,,.qs75..pa ,.,...,.-W1-.f,. 1. .1 .
E . 311 ""ff'...J
JI yf gf
. A -'JF'-f I ...-.......
, I 3
gf-' , an '
' ' - nf " ' H i '
' gif. If
2. , wa. 133,','g. 9
ll 'E '
I ' if ln' S
I 5 Q. . . 'if
sv . iw V
Patrick A. Droesch
Darryl E. Drott
Steve . Dunn
ASB Honor Soc lC CSF Ski Teen Board
Key Clb Hmcmng '81 x-c Soccer Track
Thanks Mom n Dad!
MEMORIES DT TWRLFLGS CHMBR-
SINGR OF MY FAMILY sf SPECIAL
FRIENDS I LOVE U ALL sz l'LL MISS u
lay M. Eckstem
HEY Whats up"'?"! -7 Frnds - TC,
IM, ECTCH' DRMA - Good Bye '
TWNY 7 ' l dont know Love To Mom
Dad Sis D.T.
Lee D. Edmunds
Gd X with B Sat STONES Sl and ski rm-
bles. Its Only Rock N Roll, 73 is a good
year. Xlnt Car Thanx to D n M
l. Do we have to paint an-
David A. Eisenbach
Great times with B.P,, GB., and Mark,
M-NL Vou're a beautiful girl Thanks
Harry K: Bren
Sandi L. Elliott
Exclnt X swlMT 4 x 4 Moma Canal Rambl
Co"rs X Bkfld Crac Buds MF TM JN
Tonto Prtng Tops At Woods! LUV You
BEST FRIENDS ERIC 6 KEN ROSS
LANCE GOOD TIMES WITH THE
GANG 6 ABSOLUTION 6 THANX
4 Michael P. Enos
Milce and Mel 4 ever long live Saturn
Rain Best Budi Mc Doob Dvad Scam Key
Tan Window Pane Funin lfarty Wgn
V Z , ,
. , W Q I ir 4
if , mf
Iwo' , ,vga
M4 ' ruff- V
n ' X
, ,:' lf. .- ' .,
V C., ,,, , ,
',,4- I ,: . , I
W., ' , .f ,
,H f .
, rj , ..,
If ,. '-4
'J "' .
' 4. " "si
- 'f A ,
11 fy? y .0f4,u,. '
1 Qfw kl f
7 if ,
J,x,,1,,':f.- bl, x"
x rn umurlkxx
.1 , V
,, ,yu f f,
f f' ,. '-ff
M V7 1 9
ff ' Q
. g 1
jeff P. Hummell
janet L. Hunt
Sharon M. Hunter
Hi Shemdeb MR BS DB EC OM OTE
Gen HQSP CK WP LO CG EF RC PD NC
SCR My H FmH FH unkx Ft Lg Flt Luv
Sondra L. Isbell
BEST BUDS SC Ez CL SUM 81 La, Nb,
TPCON, Gffm SK LM SLL ARILSM 605
TEN 80 CIFFBCIF T HANKS MOM sz
DAD U 2 DON
Helena F. Israelsson
Laura K. Iwasakl
82 fin Thru Mt Mig 416: 3 Bntz ' Wud Bz
4 ' Thnx Me C4 vr4411322 THM Rob!
CLVE DOC Luv Ma Pa 140 jC lbb? 1 lv
Ian B. jacobs
VP 41 CC goodtimes with GD RF jFin
BLIm Flowa Best Friend jE sport Luv LJ
Mom Dad BYU 441
Laura A. jessen
I LUV Ll MARK! Rem Noh 1 Rnch VP 2
Sum S01 QQC BFF MR MS LH KB NL CP
FP. Hmcm B1 SCAB MR CAR 1237 xw KT
TS Luv UD Mj
Greg K. jivrden
Becky S. johnson
Hausn Fun partv with all my friends
Eood time with Lowie and Coors ski 82
uv Mom and Dad Torip gottago
Cathy A. johnson
SBS R FOXY! So hRAH VSONG
82SPRSRT! NVR 4 CEB' Bst Buds - KM
LS KK KL CS jM PTL! Lv UM Sr DC G: El
Debbie A. johnson
QL' X X X 11
fs 1 ' 1 '
U, , 1. , 1 1, 1 1 1' ' 1'
gym. 11 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 ,
,1. 1, , ,, , ,. 1. , 1 1 111: 1111v1,11.'11'1: 1 1 11 1 ,
3,2 , 1. , , , 1 ,
If 15 - ff
Thomas C. Kisela
S0 h FB Good xw with BR MC ML AL
DGJMC TR midnite Hunting 3 day mey
party dart ramble CIF MAR luv you N1
Mark A. Klaschka
GRT YR DB dz CC 4 ever rem oats n rce
Graup Weas Menk Escuela fumble' Blm
DB Toad! Shakes ffl
Thanks Mom Dad Good Times Buddies
EC DE KB LO COORS RALLY ESACF
BANZA 1 5 SO LONG AGO ALWYS
LUV U HOLLY
Kevin M. Klemm
SIJREN n SPYN TRIPINS ONLY FOR-
SURE AUSTRALIA Dec 81 GOTA SIX ER
BF BH CC DL TR DR Luvs LEECE
Katy C. Klima
Todd R. Knutson
jeff M. Kohno
ALOHA g Frnds 335 Foot bask trac soc-
cer Parties DAiUS Cvs UCLAf day len
post crs APPENDIXEC motorcycle
Derek P. Kuhl
Wel gys its been drn close to Fun bdmntn
wace shutl lndngs etc bye bye
Rmbr crash of 0 jRs SRY Rmas sportv-
ing worrk Sherston dz Catch Cruisin VH
Rush Zepo zzie P O. GRACE! TIG NTQ D
Nanci M. Lake
BEST FRIENDS B CF BT RC TR CP
n'nbr Delta Co DRILL TEAN1 4' 80-82
megalgups HEY BABA PT MKS miss
Michael W. Lambrose
THE ROLLING STONES w Cheez Andy
HAWAII so S uid Sz Wacs EIJNIN
PHOTO w CM RBss 1125 MO IO RISIN
18 HR BRASX
Iulia E. Lanford
SPEECH TEAM ORACLE - YEA!!
MUCH THANX AND LOVE TO ZAK.
ROB, CENTER - OP - VPRX f PHIL
S441 LUVU MOM GzDAD!
Thez R The Best O Xs Ill erish Me.
5Of UL SS QK OC IKK Er ILY Z Fam CCN
86 TR S Sz Var Ch je Taime TO DR II KE'
Brian K. Lanzon
Oat ISU, Menk ISWL Klash lWeasJ,
GYHUP lSqEuapJ: Bart KG. Wilsonig Gram
fMoneyJ: sc fFumbleI WATP?
Good Times With Steve, Pat Punkv,
ETC. Best Times Nancv Love Her Dog
FBCIF S1 BH 39 ST M ED
1 1 1 1 1
11 ,1 1 1 11 11
1 I1 D1 f 1 1
15, 1 11' ' ' 1 '
1 1 1 11
1 1 1 1
W 1 1 11! X
1--1- -W -- ---- ,ff ,f V .,,., V,
' ' W1
,V , VIZ, ,af
,, ,,,,. --'J
2417" ,iq 'f,f':H,
g n, A
4? ,ff ff
ff fi Z
, bg f f V ,gr
V - , J I
b Q ...- Mic'
if ig, ,. -
I ,4 f
Z' 1 2 " '41
1 2... ,. M if
.wx ,.,,,, -mf Q- W.,
-' 1542"-Uris - s,Qf,:i.-'A:,41w,
1lfe5hf1,f3:!?: -M1WHv5x522fb,Jsf1w::lf5?wrN5JfisIHf:':J '
1 ?"wfY,J' fm,f..1n, Mm :1,,.5-'iwlws
' 'ui11,WW9'I-Llzirq:l,lf1'rQWMfw1Lf-1'aw1q',:'J::-Iwi-F5-1.1'w1.,--Ili:-1' I' N- '. wi
-N ,.Y,. fu---,-.T .1-54 --YYY vi ..YY. . YY,fV V ,YVY WY fa, Y. - , ,,
'vM,grl31,:Hg, ,dw um 1-'P
, , , , ,, .
wi "cami: lu 'ifrfi 'K larQi1?'. 2 " .1 'L " H '
-ii-'!q1vZ,1:jE.mi'g'f1Fi' :'xz?I1-'.:'kf',i-q,-'Z5f,l,.. la Mali pq, 11- Aw 55 .j'ql'55,2-'
, ,1,i:G,1,5,4,I3gf:q,-'H"jv1.f!:5'e5?EQwhis "iEQ,11,,',: ,M fmlfvilfr, -if,ff1'x:,1:gj1',:w' up :Aw
,-yt,-W w,pj,1f.,f,,,,,.E.M-NMwb, 4, M,-u.
'rw I 1 Jml"'.'4."f1" ' 'lffnlw 1- -R-1 -J N'
:fq,iyg5g1qgv--- 7im'1'fi1','4,' z"M5': 'uw w- .w's1li1ws:f,-
,- - 1
, , , f
bu. 11 11,1 ,lm
'iffitis H "Qjllff,'i,,:, 1-,,5F1',:"1
f -myQ13f19Vgbq1,r2:l1'3!2'J'f11325F1wQgg1iff'f'E'V'A152-,gg4',1,:1f5W1'-Q:p!,wj,w,, .7g1,r,,.
'Q?i'L"F?JL'."'4h-l','5lflLfS'1's:'f5dIiLv+'-'EU "5 P
aiu yqflnifa 5 '1fi'wfw,1.1v-H imH177-?'vH1n1,4'Iq?jg-1f5:':'fgffQ fy ,Iffgg
1mf'-11v1f'J'wm.x.'1Naam Wsfff 'Haw was 1-Mr
ww' -1 uf-b fm: .W-,--4' zx ,. .11 ,Gsm M' w-E
w,",ii5w1g1 'J ,.j J,a3:bjJ'14i.liLc5i:1g', Jj1QiL5PI1Q21g:y'i,if1fEi1-4 H
J 5 A
4,1,,,,, 4 ,, ,
,lm sf, ff,
A A, Qf.f-,:'r'Qi Q
V 1 H L ' ' " " wqyff' -,'51fncu-
rQakf'r:HWfmJ:fb,gm3Pigof1k:i53vv,1..'!eF5tZC?e3fNgHif:1,. 'Wf W V "6"
.6311 i,.'5.ii5 ,,,,?g15:,g4K5.LL,v1,1',-w1.7.1y- '
"' "'W".'iM7F" Wwmwfm' +5'VJui?1 M 1, 'W ww
QJHH twig M D"'vg,'9.1.M'-E-1 '-
'wi'-. 'l'. -W JW? 31. A M M
Iv , ,WU
V M, ,Alf
x 4 W
1 .3 15 11 1 1111141111111 1:11:11 1
if 1 1,61 511171 11' IIT11F1:"1.j5'lx,111' 12
1 '11 1111111111,11.113: 1111111111111 1 111111111 11 11 1 11 1 11 1 11 1
1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1111111111,1111,111111111,1111111111111 11 ,Y,, 111711111 ,111-.,,1,,,11111111 11 11 11 1 -
1 1 1 ,Q 11111111111 11 1: 11. 1111-f--wf-- 111 -711 W 11
1 11115 111 111111,1'11'4 111 1 11111111111115-111111111111111f1111111,,111,111 .i.111111'1111'111111 1111 11111 1 111 111 1 1 1 1 11111
1 11 1 1, ..1.1 11- . 11 11 H11 1 11
1 1 11 1 , 1 1 1111111 1111 1111 11 1141111911 1 1 1111111 1 1 1111 11
1 1 11 1121-JMU11 WPM'HW1b 11V WW! C '1 1 ' 1111'N 1' 1' 1
1 1 111- 11 1111111'1 1 1 11 111 1 11 a'111'11w " 1 '
1 1 11 1 1 11.11111111J111111111111 11 11 111 1 11 111.. 1
1 111- 111 1 111 1 1 1 1111
1 1 1 1 11 111,111,111 ' ,
1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 11 11'1111111111111111111, 1 ,111 1 1 1111 11111111 1 11
1 1 1 1 1.11 1 1 1 .1 1
11 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1111 111'1111Q1111,1.111 11 11111111111111111111j1'1j11 1 1121'11'1111"'f" 11111'111'1 11
1 yy 11
1 4f.!f!Z1'j17 1,
, 1 1
:WP I 1V
, .4 1,
' g aff.
if ' 1
'mf' ' A
'11 m,4 wg, 1
'., ' fur
' 'vw '
Q 3 9
if 4 N'
f X v 1
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 jf"'W'f'
111"1"' 1,1 ',11111,1111"1',1'1W"'!: " U1l1'1111 1"
11 11 '11,1g11,1111-1e11311,111z51311114111111'115g1,1!51111,1fs11Q111111N1:11':Nlg11111jj1111iI3Q1f,1g11g1'j131g::1f15Q11'1'1113:1g17113
1 1 11111W1UWVfN1H H
, 1, 511111111111131111131l11!11Q!,14,1,31,11:1!111,g3:1:'1j'111g.1j!11111!g,1':11111jM.11,15j'j511w:j3"g!j'
1 ,, , ,.!' U
,111 1x 1,11 1,111111,E11 11151'si1111151L111111'1,513,3111l11'5W1111111511111111'UJ111',:V112111111'Qfgggg'1'Q13111?'2f11'191m119'.'
, 1 11 111111111I'1E1igT1j1111i115:sf1131U111111111111111111111V111151251'1331113i11I11'15:k1111511V113111111f15'f11ff31'?if!1101
1111 1 1 1 1 111 111-
1 1 11 1'111,11111111g11'111111!11v111111,131311,113,51111111j?11511i1111g11111,1111111,1111 1111111-13111u1Q1Q1iZ1:11g,11j15
111 111111'11'-11,111111'1'111111 H111,11,1,,"gf!11'1"3'
1 1 ' 1 1'111'1211f1 111511511511514111144111511'?5'1191W31,11'1WU155115152311F11'1'3111111151W1"1'15W5'iiiW7ff51515V"'1'51H1
11,111!,g11,1151111'11,j1,11111111211311',,g1,1j,111f111Q1:11111131Q11,31,1111f1511 ",', 111111131'1'1'1111113f1.11111111111!11'1'11f,1'11:1"1 'WMI
11121QG,1'11j,'11:!1,11w,5f131j1?'11f1W115j319:5113331552319121P13111'f11Wg11f111"ff11'14'1V:i:1'1ij315Q"351,'5'3F1f1'j"'51"' "'-' '"1fW"1"1'1'11 1'
1W1fiQT1j1'1?1U1W'r'3'E1 11'L!' f111'11' 3" H111 11" "
'1i!i'::'1111'1j,1 1 '113,?1,1,',1,1,!1,,11,1 ,11111111111,111121'1111?115,l11'11:111:1,1,1'1115j 1,11, 3-3 11"1"f31j"11111'1V11'f,:'1 1-ix'31'1.1i'1C"j'11''WQW1 1 1 1
1111111 111 11 11 '11 ffi1ff11j11 Ft1 f g W 1 f 1
1111153111111 1111'1111111111111115315111111a2:1,gf1111111111111 122?1i1'111wu -H111 11' P11 ff 1 1'
111525"'Vli:1Wf1'f1311f?1'1-311115111MW5gL5'F?vir?5iw-Uf"f:"Ii'i'l3 HU il IU W3 fm M5"M W I '
1 ,,,, 1 ,,1.,, W ..,, .-,,,,,1- ,W ,.
Y 1111, 11 11111,11111'11131,111:311'1'11j11'151Q111111151111311qjgwi11111111'111,1'g1,1,:,111,1,111"1!J1'1l,'1'1'13511,1l13'11I'111zf?Wj1'1:111
11:1!f111111'1 111:11-f1L11111, 111'1111Q1',1111111--11-' 11111 111' 1 :'1
11 ,. 11 1, 1, 1. 1 ,.,11"1111111,11,-1111 11 ,g,,1
1 1 11151111',11'111,1111j113,11:i11.11I1I111111111'11'1'T'11j,j1,1'6'1I11J1112'51''11:1111'1!'1W41:1321111111111'1"1f1jW11:""E1",3W"131'V'11'i1"111w"f1l1T2"'4"'V1'111V':"3"3'-"1'-'-3'1'f'W'4-32'-'3Nf"",":'1,'-1'-1 1111 , 1
,. ,W w
. ' 1, w If M
H 'X M Y W w w
T ,, ,, ,,,, ,R ,ld ,,,,, 1 ,,,,, 55,g,,L11Q,L ,,,,, W , ,,,, , , , , , H , ,, , , , ,
E -my ' 5 N3 I if
. ' 1
1 Y lv
1 11. 1111111111-115 1,111-1 ,-
11'f , ,
1 1111, ,111-1111, , 1
11,111,111 1 111 1
W. 11, 11,
!E,1',1,! V111 A
. 11111 1. 11111111 1'f,' , 1 .
1 1111111113511111,11!,1,11,111111,, 1115
2 ., 1
1, 1 111 1 1 1"
1, 11L W, W1 , 1 ' 11
U1 1 1 '
fkgzy V, , .
.. 4-M Z.
Darbi, eg? thanx tu: Mat! - thankS be ST
friend - reattlme5!DM MT TC IH KC
MA, PA ai great frenz
Kimberexly S. Wagenaar
GREAT TIMES IDT, SB, M, SS, PM,
BFA TRACY RMBRS FTBL GAMES PR-
TYS CREN BERET 32ST LUV M ez D
82 IS COOL KICK BACK TIMES SH
KILLER BACK IN BLACK CIE
Suzanne K. Wakamoto
PTL! I love you KK, CB, IA, TT, IB, SK,
KC, GY bros U R best Thnx Barry Thnx
IU ' RW- VE, ID, AG Ph 14: 6-7
79-82 BAD SO GLUP PASTA LAURIE
SG I LUV U MOM DAD Sz RENEE ,
THANK YOU KIM Sz CATHY I LUV U 21
SURFIN 'nf SLAMN ANARCI-IY IN B2
SURE of DIE LUV SCR U4 SURE CRZN
WEST WOOK SR FN AT BC Rl PI TU PM
TK BH DR EB
Colette D. Walters
Thanx Dad Mom Sr grandpa I culnt of
made It wlout Ll xcntry srsec dance
Thanx 4 grt memrys DB SF Kfvi AS
LUV YA MOM Fr Alws CT MB 55 SM IP
BF PC LW YnG CH. Sn rs. Rocky Hor.
Scph. O,P.B1fT.ke PY, CLK
MI. -I l 1lI -
lil' I 'Il I Il
III I I
til ,IIIIW Ii Q? Zi
Llnda R. Watts
Remem gd frenx CM IT SH IH Also Wldx
w!IM TB LG in MINN Enjoy living wl C
Zlgamdy "Kinky" Mis G: Love Mom Dad
PRL 79-82 Track ELMO cm 5 life v wac
PF SNW swtness 34 4:51 V Eubs S Oubet
SKIING - htdg Ne Wave Plims obls 82
Ijohn T. White
XL 250 PI RAMBLS BR IR CERAMICS '
HOWDY BR NB PS IZ AU GE RPS BEST
BUD SCD KRI1 BYE H1 MOM at DAD
ll" W lH l ll f l l' llll W'llllfIl I
I 'Y I II M. I II!!! II,IfIII BI J I
1 I 6 4
1 V , gf
W 5 f
wif K 1
A, l 4
. i ff
, - ' 2,
If f, .
' .nw V
410, ,f .
1 'Zyl -
zf :eff 44'
. nmflUv PH-L5:'5-974' , 4.1-ff!-'IM
Gdyssey's First Annual cAnnie' Awards
Susan Longyear Rene Cabeza-Mattey
". . .because of her enthusiasm for liter- "Essentially a quiet student, Rene is al-
ature and curiosity for knowledge." ways lookin? to do more than what is
r. Rowe required to o."
"Mindy is always interested and enthu-
't W , , me
ily VI: .
" . . . because he welcomes a challenge
and carries it through with perfection.
"Shunji is an excellent student, he'll suc-
ceed in any field he chooses."
siastic. She is fascinated with literature
and loves a good discussion."
"Ieff is a real gentleman, considerate
kind, and funny, a great addition to any
"Warren is trul a marvelous student in
every sense of the word."
" . , . for his willingness to work, his
dedication to excellence and his unfail-
ing good humor."
"Michelle is a very enthusiastic and
eager-to-learn person, who has a win-
How can academic excellence be measured? Test scores? Faculty members were given the opportunity to submit the
Grade point average? Of course these are meaningful indica- names of two seniors who had "brought joy to you in the class
tors But while the recipients of an Annie are likely to rate high room". The Annie is a simple, subjective, loving honor. The
in both of these categories, it is quite another factor which is the Odyssey is proud to present these awards along with the state
basis for this award. ments which accompanied the nominations.
,Q fa.. 9,
"Kim qcuietl and efficiently goes about
her tas of going superlative work."
"Glenn is quiet, good humored, mild
mannered and a very diligent worker."
" . . . he has a deli htfullydpleasant way
of telling me whengve ma e a mistake. '
Eric Gaard '
" . . . because he volunteers help-with a
smile and takes constructive criticism
" . . . because of his determination and
unfailing effort to do his part on any
"Sheri gives a sensitive and quiet good-
ness to those around her."
"Debbi has been motivated to study to
the fifth level- she is always doing extra
curricular activities related to Germang
" . . . for his enthusiasm and eagemess
"Iohn has good naturedly accepted
every task l've given him, even the un-
reasonable last minute cartoons for the
2, .e ?
5 t iii
, i ,
. ti x
s r-- ,
Q 1 .
A ' rl-, t
Spends at least one
hour a day doing
the surf's up at
Takes an average of
11 exams and 16
quizzes and writes
at least 4 term pa-
pers a semester.
Takes off on
Goes to most stu-
dent activities un-
less on restriction
for coming in late
Attends 2 casual
dances, 3 semi-
formal dances, and
2 formal dances
Wears the latest
Remembers the last
line of the Alma
Ioins many clubs,
fads from punk to but never attends
Student Life 65
66 Spirit Week
What does a supermarket and a cir-
cus have in common? Practically no-
thing at all except for the minute fact
that both are constantly crowded with
an array of people from every aspect of
life. Both also have a large variety of
mouth-Watering foods to choose from.
And finally, after leaving the super-
market or the circus, one might feel as
if the money tree has been trimmed to
a few bare branches. After looking
back over all of this copy, it seems as if
the supermarket and the circus do
have quite a few things in common.
This year, the junior class chose the
circus theme for their spirit day.
Clowns, animals, acrobats, and ring
masters dotted the campus on October
13.The assemblies included a cotton
candy eating contest, a pink elephant
floating around, and eight gorgeous
guys in pink tu-tus dancing to the song
"I Enjoy Being A Girl."
juniors had the difficult task of lead-
ing off Spirit Week and setting the fes-
tive atmosphere for the rest of the
school. And it could be said that the
juniors put on the greatest show on
7 , i',v:yi'5z:1 2522515
I 11 ,W
its I ful il iff
TJ ul wnjjmqfg tgmjhljy'
u it ,l iffy.: -1 ,wi ggi
an ll lm"
In If ml'
U l ull
' Q "fi
rg J - .
, V at
f I l IL
uuilf' l ' .- , f
V U l V ,Z
L 'lun V5 - ff!!
1. These girls are shocked at what they see on stage, a bunch of junior guys
dancing in yellow tu-tus!
2. juniors show their enthusiasm for their Circus Day.
3. Foxy mama Shirley Day!
4. Sara Giacobbi gets high with a little help from her friend Rich Olquin.
5. A pretty, sink, prancing elephant!
6. At the en of the lunch assembly, juniors gather for the grand finale.
5 - Q A
, -4 'T---ua 6
. 1-g-:,wwg 5 U I
K ,E If 1 Walaqht Www
:YF :Dil HH ww
ophs Have Monstrous Spirit
Have you ever gone to the supermarket and
been stuck behind a slow basket-wheeling lady
with three screaming kids? You may have
wanted to kick the lady to the side, throwing her
headfirst into a display of tomato soup and then
strangle her little monsters.
Those little monsters wouldn't have been any-
where near the supermarket on October 14, be-
cause they were all at V.P.H.S. for Sophomore
Spirit Day. Class officers, cheerleaders, and peo-
ple who participated in the fun frantically began
preparations for their spirit day.
All in all, it came off pretty well, considering.
The decorations and assemblies were frighten-
ing enough to give anyone a good scare.
68 Spirit Week
And if we get enough of this string, we can make a ball big enough to reach
the moon in no time!
Who is this ghoulish creature anyways?
A Scene from the sophomore lunch assembly.
Sophomore officers work hard to decorate the cam us.
Kim Genoway after her hair a pointment with Viclgl Sassoon.
A typical sop omore at its locEer.
Is Ie f Krause the sophomore werewolf in Villa Park?
' .I V
I "r A ,
A . fr
-1 f -,
, 1 '
, . W
N Q A YQ' a
, 1 'ELL
Al, . ..:' , .Q
I ,Chix 1 gt
K ' ff , 'W
3 if Yfsm , -1' f WE G
N pf s,",,,-V
, -fr 1 3. ,
,Q A., w "lj 'ff . al Q".
.Mg . ws.. .tc
'..oiox xl? ,E
0 tx eg
., . ,-,
o 4 A ' ,D ,
,.. , ,
:Q X1-RM QB' A
' 1' , b" ','. if
C .t ! I
3 ,. in ' I
14. ., 3
, ' it
.A 4 ,X
q 1 an
, , , . , ' T' ' . ' fr :g'i2:Q+W-1 f
TN 7 "'3'al'1 5'l:,?1"5F :f'i 7
5' 'Q 1 'T Sf' T f "Q X F'K'g' ' N A
'L QAIYNV-'1'T"'Qf: N- ,nuff-H ' W'
3 Xv 'lg pl! Q
X A Q 'I la-.,'
. 155' " Wk Ji' W '4f?. :F1
an if ,yi -Q -',' 4 gi, 3-ff
E AAPN , ,J
, 5 1, , :F ,.
x K '
A' ": J 1 V '-
f . QQ, 1 , .gm ,,,,, Q.. ,E f f
, ., I ,., , .5 QQ: ,,,
. '? '- 1: vm. , . , ., ,.3,::f.1 'w 'f
. , . ., , ., ,,. .-,. 4 '-.- '1-
' - ,iff 4, , -1. 1 swf..
., .A 414. .. , V .-. Aff 45
Spartans Move Smoothly Through Registration
Long Distance 3
Telephone P 'E W
Installed V h
is , , T , Q f :Q
EK ,,f ,M , . 1.41
f- , . ,'
N g2"'?gj,,'6f,,'r. jf'
. . ,4 -fn Q!2C,,, f ,
'ff?'fp .,:aw:' , 1 '
Amid all the controversy over the elec-
tion of the Homecoming court, Villa
Park students eagerly awaited the
announcing of those ten lucky people
but for a reason different than that of,
previous years. A new tradition had
been established, and with it Steve
Dunn became the first Villa Park Home-
coming King. His queen was Noreen
Torres, and both seemed more than hon-
ored at their newly bestowed titles. The
court consisted of Tricia Halamandaris,
Kim Mason, Iulie Parker, Nancy Stock-
er, Noreen Torres, Robert Del-Imagine,
Steve Dunn, Ieff Gumbusky, jeff Moses,
and Ieff Yamada. The queen was crowned
at the Thursday Homecoming game against
Orange, and the king was crowned at the
dance the following Saturday.
Stairwa T0 ecwen
1. Wait a minute boys, this isn't San Francisco.
2. Can you believe it? They spelled my name
3. Seriously, I bought my ticket last week.
4. KB Nelson and his date Gloria Reneer experience
the thrill of their first high school dance.
5. Noreen Torres, what could possible be on your
mind besides Steve Dunn?
6. What? There is a line for the newly installed coed
7. The Munster's Family Reunion.
76 Homecoming Dance
"Stairway to Heaven" was the theme for Villa Park's Home-
coming 1981. Couples danced to the sounds of Longshot in
Villa Park's home gym. Clouds of names filled the walls of the
gym and couples gathered to find their "cloud in heaven."
With the excitement of the Spartan victory the night before,
37-0 against the Orange High Panthers, the mood was set for
the Saturday night dance. Noreen Torres was crowned the 1981
queen by Iayna Moore, last year's Homecoming queen. Steve
Dunn was also crowned by Torres as Villa Park's first Home-
"I was shocked, surprised, and happy when jayna came up and I
crowned me, and my father was very proud of me."
4 3 , ,
ar V 1 - 1
'--4 f ' .
Scarecrow Spreads Hay At Sadie Hawkins
Most shoppers are aggressive: they get what they want and they
get it fast because the object they seek might be gone tomorrow.
The Sadie Hawkins dance brought forth a flurry of female shop-
pers, some looking up to a month in advance for the best bargain
possible in attractive dates. The Girls League sponsored dance was
held in the gym contary to last years off campus dance at Lion
Country Safari. Activities varied from can tossing to getting mar-
ried. Overall, the dance was a real down home celebration.
78 Sadie Hawkins
A B Cabinet Guarantees Leadership
. The ASB Cabinet group fshould bel shot.
. Pete tells Carrie that the band "City Lights" is no competition for Black
3. Our fearless leader, ASB President Ieff Yamada.
4. Trisha Halamandaris, in a rare moment, saying something that actually
has to do with the school.
5. "You've got to be kidding, we have to wear our ASB shirts again?"
6. Senior President, Tod Rij e, smiles at the fleas roaming on the couch.
7. Darrin Lindblom's reaction to Mrs. Brady and her "good ideas".
.ff .. f' f mf .
z ' -
80 2' 'Q 1:25 ,
A cluster of 16 students, mostly seniors, a few
juniors, and one sophomore, meet every day in the
Student Centre during first period. They argue over
the school's budget, vote on assemblies, and eat
doughnuts. This is the ASB Cabinet.
This year's Cabinet has made students and teachers
alike take notice of their actions. "We weren't elected
and then forgotten about like other Cabinets in the
past," noted ASB Treasurer Robin Piantidosi.
The new Campus Morale fund was used to boost the
school's spirit. It bought free popcorn for the students
and holiday treats for the teachers as well as a Sock
Hop Dance in April.
fuyzwffap, ,W - I
' .,- . . '24 -33 ' '
- -. ' T 1' A
Lf i , ' , L4 '
Throughout the year, the Board of Control makes, distrib
utes, and counts Ballots for all elections: sophomore officers
A.S.B., cheerleading, Homecoming, and Coronation Court
They also make any revisions needed in the school constitu
Kristi Southard, Board of Control member, said, "The har-
dest part of counting the ballots is having to count and re-
count the ballots until everyone gets the same thing!" The ten
members of Board of Control, with Commissioner of Board
Of Control Carrie Schmidt as their leader, will probably agree
that the hardest ballots to count are the class senators'.
The House of Representatives consists of a student repre-
sentative and an alternate from each third period class. One V
job of the House of Representatives is to approve and reject
the applications of clubs. One club approved this year is the '
newly formed Yacht Club. Another responsibility is to ap-
prove or reject the expenditure of A.S.B. funds for as-
semblies. Some assemblies approved were the magician, the
. ,,,, 2, WM J
frisbee, and multi-media screen. The officers were Brian Al-
geo, who was Speaker of the House, and Iodi Goodman, who , I '
was Secretary of the House.
BOARD OF CONTROL
First Row: Kristi Southard, Steligianie Starnos, Carrie Schmidt, Anne Cornell, Karen McCarter, Back Row: Betsy Mecklenburg, Kerry Barnett, Lisa Scheer,
Lil Carras, Tiffany Tighe, jean alvesmaki
1 "' s " '
.rrsfi ,.... ,lit it .2
Q Sha? '25
' : 11 V
. V4. , .
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 3
First Row M. Gross, B. Al eo, I. Goodman. Second Row K. Peterson, I. Pagula an, I. Bieshaar, K. Fontana, D. Kincade, L. Hunter, A. Shriver, D. Cutler,
P. Martinez, I. Dawson, Rijke, K. Lange, K. Christensen, K. Kaleel, D. Calbabrese, D. Youn , S. Bliss, I. Tuerffs. Third Row R. jones, B. Dufault, A
Barrish, B. Gaborie, K. Helton, K. Powers, W. Coda, B. Protas, unknown, I. Morris, A. Zatlin, Garza, S. Sessions, R. Casachia, C. Gordin, M. Klein, S
Hoey. Fourth Row D. Muzia, P. Rock, A. Walenchavich, K. Nichol, S. Friedenrich, C. Wilson, K. Woods, D. Flynn, S. Mueller, T. Larson, M. Dew, B
Maruoka, I. Kellow, T. Christen, R. Pike, D. Ryan
1. If you close your eyes and wish hard enough, your wish will
2. Board of Control group shot.
3. House of Representatives group shot.
4. House of Representatives vote on whether or not to approve the
5. Kristen Lange Caught doing her homework at House of Repre-
6. Dori Cutler shows how much fun House of Representatives
T meetings are.
House of Representatives 83
Pep Squad iff , '
, M ,W
i ' Vu I
Things vvork as Iorig as vve remember majority
. ., ,
I ! :Y
, 5 V
' If Q?
With mixtures of personalities and in-
terests, the 14 Varsity Pep Squad girls put
many hours into trying to spread spirit
around Villa Park. These girls started out as
friends and mere acquaintences but turned
into a big family, living with each other dur-
ing summer camp, compromising, practic-
ing, and just like sisters, even arguing with
This years squad was on their own until a
new teacher and advisor was appointed,
Mrs. Arrellanes, known to the squad as Mrs.
"A". Mrs. Cunningham, art teacher, also
took on the responsibility of the 2nd period
cheer class the squad attends.
With all these people working together to
make things work, the entire student body
could constantly be proud to be a SPARTAN .
'4Practice makes perfect."
.1 1Qy,,g5iQmyf.sv if-nf-.
Wm 3? Fw ' E
ei -4? , .'e".
N S I N
+1 ' it
Captain Lisa Swearingen wonders why the rest
of the team went the other direction. Could she
have gone the wrong way?
Kelly Antram and lst Lieutenant Theresa Iohn-
son spend another day at the routine practices.
Iodi Mays is surprised when the drill team actual-
ly stayed in a ten-hut when she turned her back.
ooks like some people didn't brush their teeth
this mornin .
Kristine too? time to get all dressed up for the
Come to me darling!
Lori Zaremba is proud to be a drilldo.
Los Angeles Rams Ticker Ta e parade.
ls Karlyn trying to capture Sie Keith Partridge
86 Drill Team
to PM 0
v ' 'V
Under the direction of new advisor
Iodi Mays, the drill team achieved a new
look. Instead of wearing the usual pa-
rade uniforms for half-times, they sur-
prised the audience by showing up in
flashy blue leotards and silver skirts.
This year, the group has decided not
to put on the annual Spring Show. In-
stead, the group attended many extra
field competitions and parades. With all
the extra activities, the drill team had to
spend their spare time at early mornings
and extra practices. All the hard work
was not put to waste. They were re-
warded for their efforts by the many
trophies they took home.
,7 r if
Jmi, 1 Vi.-'Wi
1+ .,':w,. 1 '
S . xg..
Aside from taking home awards at the Buena Park
parade, Westminster Field Tournament, Chino Band Re-
view, Los Altos Field Tournament, and the Mission Viejo
Parade and Field Competition, The Marching Spartans
participated in the L.A. Dodgers' Victory Ticker Tape
Parade. The parade was a very exciting event for the
Marching Spartans, as they were telecast live on national
television marching down Broadway in Los Angeles. The
Marching Spartans jumped at the chance to be on T.V.
again when they accepted an offer to make a commercial
for a San Diego bank. It was a tedious job, having to
shoot the same scene over and over again until every-
thing was perfect. 1981-82 was a fantastic and fulfilling
year for the Big Blue Marching Machine.
. The drummers play their best at a half time show at Kelly Stadium,
. Marching S artans take time to pose for a group shot at t e Mission
Viejo paradle and field Competition.
3. Mr. Polley does his frankenstein impression.
4. Rubin Gonzalez attempts to be Superman.
5. The Bi Blue Marching Machine made great strides at the Mission
. Russ smiles at being blown away by trombones.
. "I'll huff and I'l1 puff and I'l1 blow your house down."
. Rochelle Cabrera and her big banana.
. Gary Bee performs a solo to the show theme "On Broadway."
..-..- - ,
THE 81-82 PAGEANTRY CGRPS
. ' l
P""""" ' 'II4
A' A .
THE PAGEANTRY CORPS consists of Tall Flags, Twirl-
ing Flags, and Banners. In competitions, they are judged
as part of the band. All members of the Pageantry Corps
Compete in street parades, but in the half-time shows and
field competitions they are excluded. The Pageantry
Corps is supervised by band director Richard Polley. Gne
honor the Pageantry Corps received was an invitation to
march in the Ticker Tape parade for the pennant winning
Dodgers. They were also invited to make a commercial
for a Santa Barbara bank. Mr. Polley is proud of all the
hard work and extra time put in by the Pageantry Corps
to make themselves the best they can be.
90 Pageantry Corps
0 ' Il? 'E 'Kyiv '
.-.., :pt .V I A Maw..
1. V.P. Tall Flags at the Dodger Ticker Ta e Parade,
2. I. Longyear is stunned when she sees time photo racpher.
3. Sherry ose shows intense concentration as she ia s the Tall Flags
down the road.
. The 1981-82 Twirling Flags.
. The Twirling Flags show their dedication by practicing before
6. The Banners let the peo le know who is best.
7. With the new banners, 6.13. really looks sharp.
8. L. Waldstreicher tosses her flag and kicks up her heels.
1 .-5 ..
--.., L E
- '19---ff ag- I -.
N5 1. A A "vii 'fL,':5S:'
Pageantry Corps 91
Instrumental Music Food Of The
The Instrumental Music department, which includes
Wind Ensemble, jazz Ensemble, Symphonic Band, and Or-
chestra, has concluded another outstanding year. Perfor-
mances were given at the spring and winter concerts held
here at Villa Park and at this year's commencement cere-
mony. They have also performed at festivals, in particular a
festival sponsored by the Southern California Band and
Orchestra Association, at which the bands are rated.
The most outstanding senior instrumental music mem-
bers include Bob Hasty, who plays violin and first trom-
bone, Cindy Tavernier, who plays the flute, Gary Bee on
the trumpet, and flutist Kathy Kimball.
Perhaps what causes great confusion among students on
campus is distinguishing the difference between these in-
strumental groups. Wind Ensemble is the most elite of the
groups in that they have more difficult music to contend
with. Wind Ensemble also consists of no strings. Iazz En-
semble is designed to perform more contemporary music,
including jazz, pop, and swing from the 1930's and '40's.
Orchestra, of course, consists of all strings, with no
Woodwind or brass.
When asked what is different this year than any other
year in instrumental music, director Richard Polley replied
that he "hopes that all groups in the instrumental music
department will be able to experience the festivals, which
in the past have been attended only by Wind Ensemble."
According to Polley, these festivals are important because
they test a musician's ability to sight-read. Polley concludes
that "for a musician, sight-reading shows the total scope of
92 Instrumental Music
1. Woofer Rob Gilhausen in the backround and tweeter Francis Hunt-
zinger in the foreground,
2. jennifer Mohle realizes how difficult life can be with a flute stuck to
Your lower lip.
3. he serious side of Bill Townsend.
4. That is a lot of licorice.
5. We can't afford music stands.
6. Russ Montgome and Lisa Meister on "Burnished Brass".
7. The jazz Ensembl.
First Row: M. Ta lor, B. Schoolcraft, B. Hanson, M. Hammend, E.
Price, K. Hashin, Lukowski. Second Row: B. Holdridxile, C. Melan-
der, M. Perrine, S. Beesley, M. Enos, I. Finni-gan, S. imberly, G.
Bee, T. Headlund, R. Gonzalez, P. Erlich, Mr. olley.
"After silence, that which comes closest to
expressing the inexpressible, is musicfi
Instrumental Music Members
.H-fir- .43 as
Instrumental Music 93
uFor a musician, sight-reading shows
the total scope of musicianship.
Kathy Kimball displays intense concentration.
Is this really necessary?
Sophs Lori Heranic and Craig Wakamoto on clarinets.
Gary Bee shows his lip power.
The Chamber Orchestra.
Director Richard Polley directs the orchestra in a stunning perfor-
Not 'On Broadway' again.
John Finnegan practices mouth to mouth-piece resuscitation.
The Symphonic Band.
, l Run' 1, D
l i Elllrad I
5 1 Llfuleng
. B. Harr, I. Longyear, Mr. Polley, G. Holte, P. Fan, A. Franqui, A. Taver- '
94 Instrumental MUSIC mer, R. Ccipen aver, M. Michalski, L. Holte, C. Wilson. Not Pictured: B. '
Hasty, T lke, G Ramas
CHAMBER SIN GERS
Row one Steiphanie Chorba, jeff Fagin, Connie Patterson, Paul Meahl, Iudy Holtz, Steve Bass, Row Two jennifer Posey, Mickey Buckle, Sue Moore,
Shawn War , jeff Fairbanks, Row T ree Karen Ebrite, Martin Vert, Ieannie Mason, Kristen Brown, john Witham, Karen Grant
Concert Choir, Chamber Singers, and Vocal Ensemble are
the ingredients of Villa Park's department of
voc:AL Music. Eff
No preservatives, no chemicals, and no artificial flavoring is
added. The main goal of this year's vocal department, led by
Mary Ester Blakley, was to raise enough money to take the
three vocal groups to the 1982 Hawaiian Festival of Music in
April. Having bake sales, car washes, concerts, selling
Christmas trees, and having a raffle are a few of the ways the
vocal department raised the money for the trip.
96 Chamber Singers
1. Martin Vert and Karen Grant rehearse for Christmas Concert.
2. Karen Ebrite, Kristin Brown, Jeanne Mason, and Iudy Holtz form a girls
3. Chamber Singers are not yilieased with Mrs. Blakley's song selection,
4. Mrs. Blakley prepares for awaii.
5. Concert Choir performs at South Coast Plaza.
F tR B. B ' ham, S. Hee , I. Baba, E. Roth, A. Norman, P. Ross, I. Lipman, S. Webster, C. Solin e , D. C h , A. A d '
Sgsoncllwlgow Xl'lgDeleon, K. Plerez, S. Ward, R. Ferrell, M. Altonagan, P. Martinez, R. Ryan, G. Mcgr1acken,aPP2ie ler, lliflitclhelllnq'hEllIf2VFw1lilli?1rriiE1eS'
Le ' ' '
ighton. Third Row K. Wentworth, L. Nelson, S. Sandre, H. lsraelsson, I. Mason, D. Yarbrough, B. Bonnema, H. Q-licks, T. johnson, D. Hengstebeqi
Concert Choir 97
VOCAL EN SEMBLE
Front Row Sue Wakamoto, Steve Sokoloff, Kristen Guelker, Tom Martin, Gary Plakill. Second Row Lori Williamson, john Witham, jenifer Posey, Allison
Court, Adrinne Salkin, Lori Zaremba, jill Bailey, Kim Carter, jeff Warner. Last Row jamie Bagley, David Wire, Bob Cadogen, Stacie Freeman, Kris
Bender, Tim Christian, jeff Fairbanks.
1. Vocal Ensemble adding final touches to routine.
2. Vocal Ensemble gets ready for the South Coast Plaza concert.
3. MICKQKJBUCHE showing off the variety of trees.
4. Dave ire inspects the trees.
5. Mrs. Blakley supervising the selling of the trees.
98 Vocal Ensemble
45 ? 5 afkmzwww am f
'L ' , gn 4
,, f' 1 1 402
Y V 1, 1 .
it-12... yt 1'
Ten years and over 50 shows late?
Linda Ianicki and her drama department
are still holding up.
Promotion for "Guys and Dolls" was
extensive. Posters announcing the up-
coming engagement adorned the cam-
pus. Iust before opening, sleezy drunks
disguised as drama students passed
drinks to all the teachers, followed by
zealous salvationists calling for repent-
But it wasn't all fun and games. There
were three tryouts just trying to find the
people. Rehearsals were six days a
week, including from 9 to 4 on Satur-
days. "Trying to workin the festival was
hard, too," Ianicki said.
"It was a lot of fun. I made a lot of new
friends. I made, like, ten new friends,"
said Chris Trimbly, who played Lt. Bran-
.,..L. lf ,
Rusty Charlie, Benny Southstreet, and Nicely Nicely
Johnson, played by Robert Cadogan, Ieff Fairbanks, and
Steve Sokoloff argue over which horse is faster,
Sky Masterson, Jeff Wamer, is a bi -time gambler.
Nathan Detroit and Adalaide, Tim Christian and Alison
Court, discuss Nathan's planned crap game.
The Save-a-Soul mission tries converting sinners on the
streets of New York.
Sarah Brown, Kris Bender, is the leader of the mission.
Sky cons the whole group of gamblers to atone for their
sins at the mission.
Adalaide sings with the hot box dolls.
Nicely Nicely rocks the boat at the mission.
- - - - - ' ' ' ill Baile Tim
I B k , V a O zounian, Iill Brick, Dave Hem ling, Sam Ferren, Kim Wentworth, Steve Sokoloff, Becky Parker, Ieff Miller, I y,
CEllhI1ll2:tia?1l1Iel,nnifE:eIf1Pose1y, Sue Wakamoto, Adrienne Salkin, Alison Court, jason Tnmbly, Michelle Kelly, Renee Peters, Tracy Mann
Drama Has Character
,Z14,fZ.5 ' , if
As one of the most widely known clubs on campus, the Drama
Club is for those students who are interested in theater arts and
for those who want the chance to work on a production, in either
the cast or crew.
This year the fine arts letter has added much more excitement
to the club. Many of the members are striving for this award. In
addition to the letter, the Drama Club is to produce at least three
plays during the year. "Pink Boots On a Star" was the first pro-
duction of the year. The club experimented with the idea of a
'dinner theater' for their first play. "It turned out really we1l,"
commented Tim Ludin. "Guys and Dolls," a musical, was the
second production of the year.
The club takes part in many other activities as well. Monthly
trips are planned to view professional and collegiate plays such as
Barnum, Royal Family, and Way ofthe World.
Why is the Drama Club one of the most successful clubs on
campus? "It's the advisor, she's the backbone of the club," ex-
plained Ieff Warner, of Ms Ianicki. "I takes time with us person-
ally," stated Jeff. He added, "Everyone looks up to I, she makes
jeff Warner Anne Stocklnger Mxchelle Ferguson Debbie Cahoon Helena lsraelsson Danny Enos Tom Marhn Lon Zaremba Rxchard Mamola Knss
Bender Charolette Glave Cynth1a Wxlson Carolyn Memmerhng Paul Meahl Sperry Tavoularls Shannon Tlmpane IeffFa1rbanks Chns Lerte
flax' N ,1
, ff 'f
Charolette Glave Mana McBnde and Helena Israelsson
hsten intently to mstructlons
Tla Odiam W31tS panently for drama d1rector Llnda
Ianicki to answer her questxons
R1chard Mamola looks on as jeff Cohen and Danny Enos
begin developmg thelr characters
Tlm Ludin and Becky Parker watch I explaln what part
Debbie Cahoon IS to portray
Steve Sokoloff shows off h1s new sneakers
"The Long and
. ' f
EX' ,A ,
, y i p
. l 5 l
Mr. and Mrs, Cleans go out for a night on the
Brent Bieshaar and Trisha l-Ialamandaris were
chosen as Coronation King and Queen.
The effects of loud music.
A couple enjoys a break from all the loud mu-
Are Betsy and her date posing?
All coup es enjoyed the provided dinner.
Mike and Ramona get down and Boogie.
What kind of dance is this anyway?
Sophomores gather to discuss their tirst Cor-
Dena Paul snuggles close to her date during a
106 Cornation Dance
4, 'X Y L , K 'fkfif f. ,
I l ' ' 1
ffl ,V, " ,Lexi f
.V I 1
The senior class hosted the "Long and Winding
Road" Coronation Dance held at the South Coast
Plaza Hotel in the Costa Mesa Balboa Ballroom. The
tickets were S40 per couple which included dinner -
chicken beylue, green salad, vegetables, and desert
- and dancing music provided by Evergreen. The
highlight of the evening was the crowning of the new
Coronation King Brent Bieshaar and Queen Tricia
Former Kin Ion
Qtop to I
c ' H ,
S. Kato, B. Mecklenberg, S. Dunn, 1. Birnbaum,
R. Holdridge, S. Glassman, K. Morris, B. Meck-
lenber , I. Lanford, I. Parker, S. Giacobbi, I.
gamacfa, E. Kuli, D. Lynn, M. Swartz, D. Dom-
1. Inter-Club Council advisor, Mr. Trefry.
2. President, Betsy Mecklenberg takes charge
of meetin .
3. ICC memgbers listen to new fund-raising
ll fl 9
M-ha-i f W
K .. 3
as X-,Q may
The ICC is made up of the presidents
of all the other clubs on campus. At the be-
ginning of each month the club leaders meet
to discuss any problems or ideas they may
have. Mr. Trefry is the advisor, but Betsy
Mecklenberg, president, handles much of
the meetings. Fund raising activities are dis-
cussed between all the clubs so that each is
informed as to which activities would be
-" :.f'ff'm,f ffwwf . ,
.ge ,522 .,.fA::1--l f -1, "ffm, .
' ' 1' : W-'1. -2:,+2:w":' J'-,, ' '
' Q -j,,5'..,,.,f.',1.q
A Wwwsq? K My I VA I Y I in If N V. it s A' H .wa . .L ,,,, 5 .mv W W, ,iwxuy , .V :Ll
1. , I V J . I, I ,VVAI L I 1
.V J ax' , f Q :V f rv ly V W. I
H X l
Back Row: M. Weddeiren, B. Ohta, M. Rudebrinc, M. Kegner, B. Lanzin, 5. Otting, B. Townsend, I. Menke, D. Mark, B. Bowler, L.
jackson, M. Bickler, Second Row: Fan, M. Eastman, P. aker, S. Graugensperger, I. George, D. Fernandez, M. Sung, C. Hardacre,
F1rstRow: M. Frehner, K. McWl'urter, I. Sakaue, B. Pash, T. Lee, C. tewart, I. Fan.
Bowling Club 109
This year the Girls' League was the
"Place To Be!" It consists of approx-
imately 15O members, making it by far
the largest club on campus.
With advisor Rob Robinson leading
the way, the groups main project was
the sponsorship of one of the most
popular dances of the year, Sadie Haw-
kins. The girls Worked hard all day
painting signs and turning the gym into
a typical barn complete with haystacks
Susan Fukuhara, Kristin King, Andrea Mackin,
and Michelle Parker concentrate on a sign for Sadie
110 Girls' League
X 9 ff
l lt Soft'
i' ' it ":'i!3lf'f"'tiQ'
,R .L ,
Led by advisor Allan Trefry, the
Key Club began the year with a
softball game against Girls
League. Since hardly anyone
showed up to play, this was not
the highlight of the year.
By selling concessions at the
basketball games, the group did
manage to raise enough money for
several service events which were
considerably more successful than
the softball game. The BlOOd
Drive, the Sweetheart Dance, and
a purging of the amphitheater
benches were the major projects.
Find the follow-
ing 1981-82 Key !
Club members in the
icture at left and win a L
li etime pass to the j
Sweetheart Dance. jeff
Gumbusky, president, War-
ren Goda, secretary, justin Birn- -
baum, vice-president, Robert Del-
Imagine, treasurer, Craig Alexan- ,
der, teve Baba, Andrew Beyer,
Kevin Burnes, Mike Carroll, jeff
Cohen, Steve Dunn, Brad Fontanesi,
Schuyler Francine, Steve Galus, Scot Glover,
Miles Goda, Alex Goodman, Damon Gross,
Charlie Gumbusky, jeff Heidler, Robert Hol-
drid e, Ken Horio, jeff Krause, Derek Kuhl, Mark
Lewisglavid L nn, Pete Martinez, Mike McGowan, W N
Tom McLean, Bii Mecklenburg, Kevin Morris, Mike
Murplg, Stacey Okubo, Mike Osurni, Dave Pargee, Chris
Parker, evin Peterson, jon Robillard, Alex Salottolo, jann
Sarkaria, Sulgi Sorenson, Mike Swartz, john Tuerffs, Keith
Underwood, rent Waechter, Craig Wakamoto, john Winkle-
man, jeff Yamada, Pat Yamada, Steve Glasman.
Q ,hp ,
., rw P
justin Birnbaum and Warren Coda burst into a paroxysm of laughter at another of jeff Gumbusky's dry
jokes at a regular lunchtime planning session.
Key Club 111
" . 'fl' f , g . 1 ' ' 21.2. I ,,,si""2f..,.
i ,fifk j"' , ' M- ,, '..a1.af4v. 'mo'f...iM:
Front Row: I. Tuerffs, B. Nichols, T. Fiedler, K. Barnett, K. Christensen, B. Mecklenberlg, C. Fox, D. Hart Second
Row: 1. Winkleman, R. Olquin, S. Dunn, S. Freidenreich, K. Mullen, A. Schreiber, D. adar, K. Helton, S. Day,
S. Kato, T. Halamandans, M. Mortenson, K. Chandler, K. Derifield Third Row: T. McLean, D. Kuhl, K. Bogart,
B. Drobish, G. Hill, M. Stevenson, M. Osumi, D. Young, K. Burnes, K. Triggs
112 CSF, National Honor Society
The Honor Society iS a Club
run by Mrs. Won with help from
President Steve Dunn. All stu-
dents in this club must have a
G.P.A. of 3.5 excluding P.E. cre-
Mrs. Won also advises the
C.S.F. Club with Stacey Kato as
President. To qualify for this
club students must have 3
academic courses and one elec-
tive course. They attended two
field trips, one to the Ahmanson
Theatre and the other to the
E. Alexander, I. Baba, D. Baer, K. Bar-
nett, V. Baros, G. Bee, B. Bieshaar, I.
Birnbaum, S. Brinkman, S. Brober , C.
Busslinger, C. Butler, M. Carrol? K.
Christensen, L. Cote, A. Court, D. De-
ffenderfer, S. Dunn, K. Ebrite, I. Eumu-
rian, I. Faltys, C. Fox, R. Fukuhara, S.
Glassman, W. Goda, I. Godfrey, A.
Goodman, R. Green, K. Guelker, I.
Gumbusllfy T. Halamandaris, K. Has-
kins, R. asty, K. Horio, L. Iwasaki, D.
Iacobs, L. lesson, S. Kato, D. Kuhl, K.
McCarter, B. Mecklenberg, C. More, K.
Morris, I. Parker, A. Schreiber, M. Sitz-
man, S. Sokoloff, S. Strange, M.
Stevenson, N. Torres, S. Wakamoto, I.
Winkelman, K. Burnes, B. Ohta, I. Baler,
M. Brase, S. Carter, A. Cornell, C.
Catchell, T. Hoang, I. Kalvesmaki, K.
Triggs, M. Swartz
ltrs ser U
md sold l
Back Row: D. Vliet, C. Delaney, S. Hermann, D. Dombrow Front Row: B. Hasty, M. Mortenson, S. Ferreri
The German Club is organized for those Ger-
man students who wish to learn more about the
language, with the help of the advisor, Mr.
Brown. To raise money for their club, the mem-
bers set up a booth outside Mr. Brown's room
and sold hot pretzels at nutrition and lunch. The
pretzel booth and the German Club both were a
success in this school year.
1. President, Debbie Dombrow, takes time out of meeting to smile for a picture 2
2. Advisor, Mr. Brown, supervises construction of the pretzel booth. I
German Club 113
, ' T -' ' f.. fw.
Front Row: D. Marcuson Second Row: C. Hunt, T. Fiedler, T. Redfern, C. Nixon Third Row: L. Swartz, L.
Stewart, S. Kato, K. Chandler, R. Piantidosi, I. Eb1Qght, C. Giacobi, M. Naruse, K. Malloy, C. Fox, D. Fernandez,
Q'll'S.I9St91', C. Wilson, S. Glover, K. Deerfield, P. amada, S. Freidenreich, K. Woods, M. Bavand, Napolean, j.
This year's French Club,
advised by Mrs. Iester, holds
meetings the first and third
Wednesday of every month.
They provided the coffee for the
parents at "Back to school
night". The French Club also
went to St. joseph Hospital and
sang French Christmas Carols.
The club enjoys cooking French
food as well as eating at French
,i'1?"z1 .v '
. I W Q.yC,7i,,'?,'fT-Y'."U7? '
..:-.Mi t-:f mg-Qnftf 3 '
5.2 .... f
This years Latin Club is an ac-
tive one. The Club consists of all
Latin I and Latin II students.
Meetings take place during their
first period Latin class. Mr. Bar-
rett not only teaches the class
but is also the club advisor.
M. Swartz, K. Triggs, M. Stockton, R. Parker, D. Bedard, R. Brown, T. E mon, B. Evans, K. Granito, S.
Hellman. S. Hunter, I. Iulian, B. Parker, S. Sokoloff, B. Waechter, L. Walgiow, M. Stockton, T. Allen, Y.
Chong, F. Clark, D. Commons, S. Lundberg, M. Swartz, R. Gillon
114 French Club, Latin Club
Back Row: I. Eckstein, E. Hoyle Front Row: C. Lindberg, C. Way, A. Strapp, Mr. Reid
This years Pep Club was in-
volved in all sports and kept
spirit going throughout the en-
tire year. The group of girls met
before all sporting events to
paint signs as an aid to the pep
squad. Mrs. Kurek guided this
club through a memorable year.
A successful fund raiser was the
selling of spirit buttons.
The Spartan Flyers are a re-
latively small club but for all
those involved it is extremely
uplifting. Mr. Reid is the advisor
and plans to take all of his new
members for their first flying les-
son. Occasionally, Mr. Reid flies
his club to various restaurants
across California for lunch.
Back Row: B. Beasley, L. Van Meter, S. Lundberg, S. McBride, P. Wilkerson Front Row: P. Yuan, M. Mortenson, D.
Hradesky, K. Weissenmayer
Spartan Flyers, Pep Club 115
1 ' A
Peering into the future and preparing civili-
zation for the technological advance which is
inevitable is the function of the scientist.
Realizing this, Villa Park's Science Club en-
deavors to face the future courageously and
creatively. The only problem is that they are
not quite sure in which direction the future
Compounding the club's problem this year
has been the discouraging realization that the
club itself does not exist. But, undeterred by
this scientific truth, non-president Robert
Holdridge has never-the-less led his group on-
I-Ioldridge, a shy genius who is reluctant to
talk about the astounding accomplishments of
either himself or his cult-like followers, was
able to grunt only a few semi-coherent mono-
syllables in describing the year's activities.
"Field trips," he seemed to be saying. Then he
retreated suddenly into what must have been
116 Science Club
Row 1: Ken Horio, Donna
Hart, Cherlyl Fox, Stacey Kato,
lohn I uerffs, Robert
Freidenreich, Liz Stewart,
Alex Goodman, Peter Loren,
Row 2: Tricia Halamandaris,
Chris Parker, Mike Osumi,
Nancy Stocker, Noreen
TOITFES, jeff Yamada, jeff
Heidler, Abell, Robert
Dell-Imagine, justin Bim-
baum, Steve Glasman, Mike
jjj 'v5p"r7, 35,5
. , . ,
-. .. ---54+ . --iw, Z Ljqrjg. C. . H
4 i ng,
Villa Park's Scuba Club was organized this year because a
group of persistent students enjoyed the sport and wanted to
gain certification for themselves.
To accomplish this goal they found themselves an advisor,
ceramics teacher John Meulmester, and got themselves or-
ganized under the tutelage of expert diver Kin Keller. With
Keller's guidance, club members donned wet suits and fins
and gathered on Thursday nights in the murky waters of the
Diving trips to Laguna Beach and to Catalina were just
some of the adventures which this active club enjoyed.
1. Ken Richardson and Ken Lancaster, in wet suits, argue over who gets to
use the air tank next.
2. Advisor Iohn Meulmester pretends to understand what the little knob is
for as Ieff Yamada tries to ignore him.
3. Club members signal lifeguards for help
4. Future frogperson attempts unsuccess ully to hold her nose while prac-
ticing entry technique.
Scuba Club 117
Row 1: Don Youngi Sara Giacobbi, Kim N icoll, Andrea Walencewicz, Kristin Schwarz, Sue Taverna, Gina Reidinger, Advisor Karen Moore, Row 2: Mike
Nation, Sandra Io nson, Michelle Clifford, David Tebo, Sally McKay, Eddie Smith, Jeanine DeLeon.
A five day trip to Utah began the skiing year as 12 Ski
Club members combined with 312 students from other
schools visited Park City, Alta, and Park West in Utah.
The group saw the new year in at the Marriot Hotel in Salt
President Gina Reidinger led the 25 member group,
ably assisted by Todd Myer and Kristin Schwarz. Be-
cause the club is affiliated with the Boy Scouts CSki Ex-
ploringj, they are able to enjoy group savings for their
trips and to meet many new skiers from other schools.
Anyone who is interested in automobiles should be
interested in being a member of the Auto Club. Although
this group stalled a few times this year while trying to get
organized, advisor Bob Haysom eventually got their
heads on straight.
The club looked forward for much of the year to the
donation of a Monza Chevrolet by Mr. Powell of General
Most talented member of the group was Matt Taylor,
whose ability as a locksmith is unsurpassed. Willie Regits
was president and Charlie Graham vice-president.
ff ' , V. 1
118 Row 1: Matt Ta lor, Vern Hlarrnier, 1.1. lose Row 2:ARich Bedard, Todd Fitz atrick, Willie Regits, Alan Penn, Ga C b
Chris Woods, Kevin Roderick, Mlke Oase,El2ick Olquing Extreme Rear: MarkIf3ruto, Under the Car: Mr. Haysom, ry IOS yi Paul Blalock'
Row 1 fthese are rows?J: john Tuerffs ffalling off his crutchesl, Brad johnson, Derek Kuhl, Iill Wiens, julie Cassen, and Mike Cara, Row 2: Greg Marsden,
Drue Holthe, Mike Pattin, and Dawn Hradesky fnot the one with all the eye make-up, the one with the camerajg Row 3: Mr. Benoit, and Harris Done.
According to photography instructor Greg Be-
noit, one of the main purposes of the Photogra-
phy Club is to get together at lunch and share
lunches with one another.
In actuality, however, there's more to this dis-
organization than meets the eye. Meetings fea-
ture lengthy and profound discussions on such
topics as f-stops, shutter speeds, and negative
When they aren't eating lunch, the group uses
up a lot of film and creative energy while shoot-
ing pictures and while enjoying the work of
other photographers on field trips to galleries.
Organizing a photo show of their own on cam-
pus also consumed a lot of time and effort.
Photography Club 119
The Sweetheart Dance, sponsored by the Key Club,
was an outrageous success in comparison to the past two
years. It wasn't cancelled!
And it's a good thing, too, because everyone who went
had a blast, including both couples and those who went
with a group of friends. "Black Diamond" started the
crowd rockin' and be-boppin' as mini-skirts and bermu-
das paraded around the dance floor.
It was a casual affair. Many people said it was more like
the Hi-Dance, but they enjoyed the Sweetheart more.
we WW me MQW,
f Wifi! 7
With Mr. Haskins as the new advisor for The Oracle
staff, many students wondered what would become of
the award winning newspaper most of Villa Park had
liked so well. It is still in existance and is still well-liked by
As usual, there were a few wrinkles at the beginning of
the year which were eventually ironed out as the staff
became a family and learned to work closely together.
The occasional doughnut runs and the radio blaring AC!
DC or the Go-Go's enhanced the atmosphere.
There were also those delicately worded stories which
caused a small uproar among the students, including the
articles on the uselessness of the ERA, so-called satanic
music, and the teaching of Creationism in the classroom.
I - .J
I N f
,. - an "1
Mark Maizel whistles the latest tune as Greg Hill harmonizes.
Editor-in-Chief Keith Haskins practices holding his pencil without making a
Kevin Bogart hopes to be inspired bythe overgrown football while writing his
Wh? do these people seem to be so enthused with journalism?
The Oracle Staff.
Sport Editor Kevin Gordon watches over, from left to right, People Editor
Steve Sokoloff, News Editor Ken Salgado, Editor-in-Chief Keith Haskins,
Feature Editor Iulie Lanford, and Editorial Editor Greg Hill as thev plan the
next issue of The Oracle. '
News Editor Ken Salgado tries to remember which key makes the K.
Steve Sokoloff contemplates his list of reasons for staving in journalism
second semester. '
The Oracle 123
. l ' , , G d , B. M k , L. Ri hter, L. Van Meter, L. Anderson, T. Gretz Row 2: Mr. Haskins, D. Kincade, D. Cutler,
llgalilgwiiilcldi, E0Ii?1g1liqeiilegP.cI?e1EnI:i2eIQ, B. KZE.-cQ,aR. Roscacker, T. Ricks, K. Haan, L. Hunter, M. Giannetakis, D. Hotchkiss
5 2 ..
1. Linda and Terry attempt to find the man who stole Mr. Haskins'
2. Laura Richter writes her copy for her spread.
3. Phyllis watches Mary or anize the junior spread.
4. Daigyll and Tammi hunt tgrough the proof book for good pictures of
stu ly football players.
5. Mr. Haskins feels caged in after aclvisin this year's annual staff.
6. Debbie and Lynn hurry to finish their cab spreads,
,. ...Av ' yfiv'
H W I., ,,,V ma.,..m:.1:ffe-1-2-2 V'
A NEW l.ooK FOR R-3 '
The annual class is a peaceful, congenial experience for il
students who enjoy expressing themselves creatively. Edi-
tor-in-Chief Debbie Kincade tactfully guided her staff as they
efficiently produced this year's plainwrap yearbook. ,
The new advisor, Travis Haskins, depended heavily on the ,1
section editors, Dori Cutler, Phyllis Mendez, Renee Rosack-
er, Terry Ricks, Mary Giannetakis, and Lisa Anderson for
their efficiency and amiable conpetence. ii
. jfffhif X7
V353 f!jf,,M,5,j,g, , V, ,
,-.cf ', 'K aff ' 71' WW '
51, I?" ' ,
. X ,ff I
R - A Us
W -Wa. 463 ,
4,6 ia '
ft fm -
'Za af' wwe .
F 1: lg' 'Q-Y
' -l. "5"'v .W ' 1
Q-' P ' 'x 8' f
fl EE "io gg ,
g all q, 3 Y, .'l
2, in 3 Q U. Q Qgql
Q- SI 3 521 '- 'ff 1
Q if ff fa , I
7 1 V- 51 me '
- 'a . Q1
Q S X R Q Q Q lt..
W 79. ,qi
1. "Don't we make a cute couple?" salys Romona Alcarez and Mike Flo d.
2. Scott Nowak and Linda LaRocca cou d probably be the next Tarzan and lane
of the Iurigle.
The an gorill
3- , ,
4. Mr. anglgflrs. McKie bunfle to the jungle ieat.
5 Charley and Punky coor inate their outfits to each other instead of their
6. How romantic - palm trees, vines, and the girls paying the bill!
a alias Tom Martin in dis uise looks for his date.
126 Girl Date Boy
6' 9' .X .,
X ,- S
' f 5
I Q - 0 IP" Q
af., , f -s
X '22 li: .. 3, Q 1
-Q F' P: ' 1-Orly' - J
o 3 Q ls , fi ,
it U - QT V gx I ..'.
This year the Girl-Date-Boy dance took on
the theme "Bungle in the Iunglef' A week
before the dance it was questionable whether
or not the dance would be semi-formal or dress
to the jungle theme. Dance choreography,
who sponsored the dance, decided to keep it
semiformal, to make it dressier and not like
another casual, Sadie Hawkins type dance.
The dance turned out a profit of S600 after
paying the band, Ballistics. The jungle theme
was a success even though it brought out the
animal in some of the students. The para-
medics had to be called because a girl was
kicked in the face by a student who got a little
Girl Date Boy 127
T ' jargon
Killer dude y y
No Fat Chicks . T. I T
Save an alligator, kill a preppie
Take off you--. .l. T -
Totally cool, hot. . T. ' T T
Whatever. . L. L T ,
l What's going on, dude? -
Noi Wimpy Dudes y L
. , -i..'
y y 1981-1982
A song, a movie, a certain phrase, they all trigger memories. 1981-82 will
provide more than its share of nostalgia.
T For Leslie Caines it was the song Centerfold. "lt makes me think of Mis
che1leC's birthday," she said. Tami Gretz said excitedly, "The song Aba-cnt
from Genesis reminds me of my New Year' s party because everybody had a
great time." Lisa Anderson laughed, "the song We Got the Beat because it
reminds me of the time Rebecca, Sheila, and I went to the band partylf'
Dennis Ryan commented," The song Shark Attack because it reminded me
of the great time at San Onofre, and what a great ramble it was." Carolyn
Gatchell said, "The song Waiting on a Friend because when we were going to
see Freedom jams my friend Debbie Edwards never showed up to take me
1981f82. You were here. ' .
T T it it T illt it FASHION L
lll.r Preppie look l
ALBUMS NEW WAVE
Air Supply -- The one That You
Car s - Shake it up
Foreigner - 4
Go Go s - Beauty and the Beat
I. Geils Band - Freeze Frame
Ioan Iett and the Blackhearts -
I Love Rock and Roll
Iourney - Escape
Kinks - Give the People What
Little River Band - Time Expo-
Olivia Newton john- Physical
Pat Benatar - Precious Time
Police - Ghost in the Machine
Quarterflash -- Quarterflash '
Rod Stewart - Tonight I m Yours
Rolling Stones - Tatoo You A
Sheena Easton -- You Could Have
Been With Me '
Genesis - Abacab Rick Springfield -7 Working Class
TELEVISION SHOWS T ' .
Alice ' Mash T T T 5 itlp
Bosom Buddies Mork and Mindy p y p
Dallas One Day at a Time A A A
'Different Strokes That's Incredible P
Facts Of Life G Three's Company
Falcon Crest Soaps' A A T A
Fame T A A T f llii T AlltMy1 Children
Hartto Hart A T
Hill Street Blues
Love Boati A A
Magnium iP.I. P y
If-'19 ., 214 . .
c " 15-4,
-ff' lyk '
'V -"bw: ff' ' AI'z1,'.iff'
' iz' 'W' W ,f hf"'71,.. ,V ,gf Q
, wr 9: I ' ' ju ' "agp, 4,55
,, " " . H A-4 iw' ' I
,, fr my--f, v, 1 ' , '-' ", f
" .' Wh- ' V -, V , . ' Q
'v U .f V, "' 1 4, .
',4-'x,m".Q,75' , 9"n3'Lf'P4"' Z' ' f,,34??"1 '
,f ,I fine-i,ffM! WU .W I, H , 'ml' Af..
' ff?f"9,1",-5:..fLlx"'- fx ' 'f..
"ff-:,Pi5,f" -,,9,,..',. Q ,W 9,3 X
.uvrqvfok - VJ, H-V 1, M J uw ,rf
'. T Aw, 'W' ffm.
4, Muffy, -. , 9,.--,ww ,W
. , 1,,,,.,.. u 7l""j'v.J"n'1' ,,f.,1:x J ' fl", f
,png V1 . 44 -if LL, , 'fir -ff '
4?i.'f'f:f'1 AS' '.i..i.v?fZk?'v . -L a7"."'QLf'
g. 45 ,,,A, A
,n ,, .gx+5?
xvao 0 x
'1 '1 '1 'V
1 2 Z?
47 Z' j
....--......-..-H Y- " ' " 1 4-.
i ' . .,... , flbfj A wav
'1l" Q L f L f , 1 rot
su U au
F Has em
' fiif 35
Misses three periods
to take the PSAT.
Attends prom for the
' ,-mv, 1
Starts to think about
Dozes off frequent-
ly during the "In-
unit of U.S. History.
out for football or pep
HHS Cf10Ugh driving Learns to master the
experience to go as art of sweet-talking
far as Kelly Field Betty,
without dad in the car.
Junior Division Page 133
President - Sara Giacaobi
Vice-President - Kristen Triggs
Secretary - Kelley Malloy
Treasurer - Annette Mortenson
:I Hq-, 3
'Y ' 'ZA
V-11 ...IL f
1. Karen Nieckula
2. Leslie Schwartz
3. Karen Berryman
Vl ' G
4. aerle arza
5. Michelle Parker
6. Linda Hernandez
J UNI GR VARSITY
MaryKay Powell listens in to Ryan
Rell s conversation.
"Going to school zs a dazly routzne lzke eatzng and '
sleeping and just as borzng
W A, '
Q. l 1
, 'F' I
'- I' sl 1 I
. f-xg? ol
Nl. if rw-Z"
Cristette Boyle watches as Jim
Nowak dances up a stonn
"The" Junior hangout
Karen Christo herson
'wc"v1'4 " "1
in , ,"7
- 1 - .,
. , 03,3 -'lvl' A
C-rm., , ,, ,
,A Michelle Clifford
, fb. Stan Coe
it A Tom Coen
y Tim Cohen
Q il 'f joanne Comstock
Q 1 Dave Conti
"W, w , C f june cook
5 1 '
' , if 4 Shelly Copeland
Mary Giannetakis knows every
body needs milk.
V i' Candice Dancer
ly U ji Steve Daniels
ffi ,, y . jill Dase
J Holly Davis
Q , r'i' jim Davis
Annette De Paul
Carlos De Rosas
"Are we having fun yet?"
nz, Q ,a
'17 A I
W' QV' " '91 1 'f
954' ' 71 al T' -
1 43, J A'
W-er 'ifyw 1
52 I '
"My most embarrassing moment Was when I
accidentally called one of my teachers 'Dad' "
f1w3f:::--:,'.r- -- 5 -12-zpv,gg
' 'U 'Zyl lf,
K J Q "'A" A A
, 'N ,F . if
Juniors think the gr
HSS IS H1019
Susan Fukuhara does her daily
"Don't you want some of my cookie
I know you do."
"My most embarrassing moment this year Was
falling asleep in class and being awakened by the
teacher." Teri Petrie
L ' "' "A11 L julie Howard
21, H , . , , 9.1:-2--.-J .
etr' - T 4 Teresa Howard
A - if 'fi ' Leslie Hotchkiss
N .P j
T X3 ,f
, 1 45
j Mike Huff
3 Kenneth jacques
av Nancy james
Annette De Paul says smile at the
, Robert jones
,rf -7 Caroline Kallisch
-fi. L -
L f ff' f
L.,I .. :,:4 -11,
"You can justify your every deed lout God looks
at your motive Krrroerly
We never watch the football games
we just look for photographers.
f vll. J at V
as 1- -f x
da 2 I
This is the most interesting assem
blies we've ever watched
Hey! what a fox!
, f '
1 uw '
., Q I
,, . X ,
i' ., , I -- ' L I 2 if x w e '
L, 7 fi, H-- . t j 557 M
, IH.. f f
-1,0 1 I
ff, yr ff
. W ,,I
Q' , , 'nf
V W fywfamfvwfwrf
- -1 ar
-ge- 1: 1 ,
J '. '. f Q
,, . -.
if 5" N- " -
i 'J' K
,. f- ao pg ,, A 6
Q 1,3 K L, "Syn '
P A'A" , ii
at f AAA, iiiffrfgg f
-H Q "
fi . - 1 'N'
Q.. h V5E55l':s:,, 3"
"My most memorable moment this year was seeing Mr.
Lindsay digging out the door knob for pencil lead every
Carol Way has a perfect view of all
the cute guys.
Mary Kay Powell
We're not posing for a Ricture, this is
how we normally wal .
R. Noah Rigney
: .v-- .. PF,-'Q
"'?av ':f rgv--i 2 .1 . .
I 4 'V' ', I. 3' 1, 5- ,
' 4:43 ,Ea '31
. . ,, . LA- I , will if nga
A Ya 1. 0 ,W I,
.' fa? 2 f 3
ig 'H' , ' .
'ii' 'Q -
Susan K Sandy
"l'm too busy now to have my pic
ture taken." says Rich Olqum
Bob St. john
'This must be cafeteria food."
, 3 I
, t L K
,, V S' -Ziff
ll A V ' -I I- AV wx
J at - asse L
V I 1 ,,f
ug L 1 ' V!
als x I
"The best port of being o junior is thot you don't A
hove to be o sophisticoted senior or o goy sophomore."
Linda Van Meter
Look at that baby face.
av K 1146
k 5 ' ' 1-
' -ff'-pf" -, '
11121101 Y '-fr.1"sff:
-Q Y .ft
. -A ,. ?
A t,, i , jr,r j
V, V, c
fi s-s- V 'x
91- Q J:
My most embarrassing moment was when We Went
strollmg through the boys, locker room, and were
spotted by the coachesf,
, Y... ,, .Y .,,.YY ...., , ,, 44- ...,. ...,.,.,., ,.. ..
- 1 ':, 3532-1 .Qs-:'21:'i5-ff .ii
'3f.f' ' .51-:Eff
"2-'fkjl-l"11-1.0, . , .
-119v9f1,ff?f5E5ff1i5.-' . ' '
:ya .,f.,.q4,- -- '
-9 W. ..1iyr:f2-Q". - -
K "-v LYV I .K J, I
'ff 42'Srf,'4"spz 4"' ' j .1 .
"l told you, no I dont want any of
,Wg -A-1-mea. M
.Q 4. ,,,
4 "' W"
I . ,ff
f-an 4 1, 4414,
. Z .1
-w.' f -
1 1 I
f ff fl
5 I ' ' f
, f M
Z ,..., , ,
A ' Q
M Ri 2.-11.
1 X N3 5
'Fly .7 Q 5
,F , .yrgsf
Ili ' 'EKTS 7
..AI.' QI wiv fi
u 5' E
C I2 I: AT IV IT Y
Always carries a
Wears strange clothes.
Carries paint brushes.
Boasts of adventures
to the ends of the
Smells faintly of clay
and paint thinner.
if f .
Spends all day in the Often finds beauty in
ceramics, photo, or art a brick wall.
Creativity Division 157
, rf.. In
- , .,.
35731 ' '
1 Steve Shattuck
' X "" ,...f '
A A I lv ff x 1 "il
These 3 pictures are photographs, taken in the normal way, with a cam-
era and a subject. The trick to the special effects is not on the film in the
camera, but in the developing process.
The process used in making these black and white photographs is in the
use of high contrast graphic arts film. To start with, a normal negative is
contact printed onto the graphic arts film, or Litho film for short. Secondly,
the picture is developed in a high contrast developer. This changes the
negative to a positive. It is again reversed into Litho, changing the picture
back to a negative. The final print is then made from this. This method takes
longer than some others, but gives the developer more control over the final
On this page is a special Lithograph. It is made through several different
exposures. After the process for Litho is completed, a print is made by
moving the paper each time it is exposed, giving the illusion that the runner
moves across the page. Creativity 1
"L 1, '
- '14 1
nv- . 1'
...4 ,, I .,
Q of , Q ' I
N1 - .. ,'1-NY,-..j-.15-5. -A in -,I '. L.,
-531.-' 'fv v1-rrp: ' P' .QQ N N 4
' .: 964-Gfl-I"-:'-. 3 .1 41, E".-1'l:' ' ' -
.. 1 .5 ' M QQ , 51-.ff ' vfhv ?,g,fjm
- l H 'd iv 1' -:P 4:-A H ' rl'
I . .
cha ip I--..I-. rr WJ A49 ,lay ,l ,H Wh, fr Q.,
. -f - -4.-"-n : - : f .gl .- 'Q u :fx tn'-'.Qff:'f'x
- .d 5-bi -H ' 5'5" ' 9 ' '7' 74234521 wif- X' 'JP' Q'
. 'QW ' . '- -' :, .-- .,-. fffgg 3 , nf .' 51' H '. X
1 3 Q 21:15,-. . - . ' ,Q :J,.-31 111-.-lv 2,3 , U fi 2
' 4351 ' if V A-' FAS" ':1f' 1 -'fm -"X
gif? H1+ .n.sSff' . T., 'SL ' l- Q lfelf'
., . 1, 7--, 2 a- ,, 4, '.-',:,.w' 1'-5: .- .1 :lf ., . W' -ia?
. 9..' -Q1 A Aggwll ,.'ij '4,9?Ig ,:f.:gj5 .,,.:,'i-rffgff .2-,.:.,'.,':3,2ff --5.m'51 1.g,.', ,ffQ: 'i15?Ef,:'-,Xl
I . 1.-f"' - I. . .y',,-:.-, ,fn V- , 5-:41"' I-.' -: f ,"1- ., , ,v "- . ',
, .-v':5'25'i?-.a?7Su - ff'...i:'?'J'iA " " -.5"'1?f-27 1-fx-s1I2'flQf"'f3f ' lff-Vw'z'r9'YT""l" 'Alf' A 45 V
. 1-gr "'i5r2.5:,fp:g:1jif ' - ft'-gyy'-1.gsy5XJiH,f ' ,. .gig -3g5LE,'1:'w'4"'! ,a!g 'qQf,'L?'qj ' ,- 'w'4,.A 1. if I
,53:4,.f4:if,L5Pwf?3aggiQZnQ-gggkf, ,,,jq,l-15 V, g.,' 4r.gg.Q.,5?m rji,:J3,5: .f3w?! ,. 34:
H- " L-fir., 'M . .W ,I -p,?- ' .2:- ,,-1:- ws 5 -- , -1,-. '- lc 5+ . 1
45? .ii-Q QEM ,-1 1 lf' 3' Q, 1 w-14 :E lf-9445 Q ig - - fu
fl ' li' ..f4fi'7l---1 J V' - M"5?f" 2'?5'ff55"-Yi' '24 .L V ' .fl '- "VY" " W T!-: -'-S- 1-
- L :'afi:s.fs'i'a-4 ah . ., ,'y1fff::-tlwirielw .gf-F513 fre-zu.. fi..
, ,-1,: fl- . ' .. X., ... -, .J ,'g-,LJ-.:,-' , 1 , -', -H f , -,. V., . 3 " 1 V - 54'
. n.wif3,'-Q: LF:I':ig.ef33." 1jf!12T.x'1H5'. . .,'!lrf'f?,.-'i"?? L ' FY Nj '..'.1 "' ' R?-,' x f wQ',
. .t y.szv.:w.,34753.,::'.,'.ri,A?:5J..g.:,1Q45-Elhlmigiv 1 I V- 1 5 A Sub.:-f,, I ..,Qf',L4.5,.NQFf.1.,qJg .,A .a :rnw rlgbq,-,n i ,
' . --fr' -'- ' I-" Q, .1 " ' -'-.A.:,':'--. .-', 'lj ,Q 'r- ,-LT , z, - :H . -.f ' Ze ', ,- T -. V 5 Q'- - -' 1 ,,
'5.'g'Lf'H:'41fN5:g5, :fri J -' I " ff-Q-474-37. F- . 1 -. -. , L f -. f . 'I
X ?Tf??f1f'?'?u?--32""g'-f:1'."-'- 1 1 "3 Q 3 X' A "G - -1:31555-53' ' - J 1 '1- 'T""F"'4f '
--fQf'..:,'-.."-'-,.-:.,':"4r,'.g4 -" . 1 1' - - - A 'K f'f.4e, ,N. -'l' ,i ' .- ,
wk? ' 3
Eric Gaard A
Q l Q 0 1
W l ,jyllll O X
Fl 12 O ll
ls x Y Q +
5 Xl LX
i ' O
1 K l 5
w ff ,XVII ff 1
Carolyn Gatchell ,f lx , H I 1
n fl 'n J
Where are we oing
Where are we.
Where have we been?
It is all the same.
An underground channel, pieced together and
welded into place, moving its cargo from here to
therefor some important reason, but it is all the
same. Water flowing endlessly in a time dream, a
never-ending cycle of life from sky to earth to
stream to sea . . . it is all the same.
ag 7 Rob Paino
g- 3 '
162 Creativity Kevin Morris
P' - , V-1. ,L " I
i . i . fur '-fffff-11
A dirt bike whining laboriously up a dusty hill, finally gaining
speed and hurtling heavily in an instant of exhilaration . . .
' - ff-'f
plod mechanically upward
on a staircase to nowhere
a blur of existance
that awaits, emotionless,
an end or a beginning . .
empty on an empty patio,
always empty . . .
it is all the same
i '1'QL?"'i""f?'71 757 "AZN "f5'f?7lTX7627QQf2T'f 5 , ilvfif l,
-' + i -f fffff f- 12- .yd
' lv Viffiiiy
aw ' V " '
In . h ,er
- .' ew
, .o"1f. .
1 xi' 09 7
. ! W ' , 4 ,
,f 1 fl 1, ,J -t "
, 4..-Ffa, .7 'Q A I :lv ' V
0 -yacc G! 5 4' ' 1
' .- f . 4 1, ' -.
,fxfk ' I - '
- ,np .1 I 'Q ,QI , Q,
. ' ' 'LJ a . '
Nl ' if af .2 X ,.,- ...- -
Rs 1' . i - P' f " .
. t, X :-
H ,Q 7 --'.,:s..' 1
'v,.,A'.- -. .. ,.
' 1 3-fi :M
.' , ' , , ' I
. ,, n
' f' "H-"' MQW"
r fb-karl A9
V ,- -L" '
f I "x.
. 'Mil ,wi .'
". ul Cuff'
Old and wrinkled
but thoughtful and wise . .
a respected man remembers
. x ' A pillar of light
l A ' P' fenced in by darkness
bb --1 -if-H bringing back past memories
Mx. - J!
Reminiscing in the past. . .
no tears . . .
only remember the good times
A reflection in time
brings back fond memories
ofan era that's past
glides calmly over
never ending turmoil
A Symbol known by all . . .
What is it worth?
Liberty, power, or wealth?
W- ' r
I , .
- V wwf
4- I it if,
, f' .,
l f A X A,
' I ' ' 'H V 5
N- I ,I 'I - X 5,1
1 4 ' I ' uf' ff' - A'
1' V. 'R
,, f :-
. g- Mf.sfV-' r.:
' .,11Q,, gy aff.,
,- A ,
' wr' ,, ,. 2
.,,'. , 'vff' "1. .V
. - qi ,,. . ., A ..
N- 'V 4, f.
'-- , .ve-Q Y--1, 'Q Va,
" ' V ' SV' .1114--," '
,. . .,. ,, .,-f'.-
. . - .,V,,., .q,f:V4,
,. VV , : . .f--V,:-gg, 1
A -, " - .L , -f'-fl' ' '.
. A E .V My v3.5zg,'fe ,V
vj, , ,uf ,I 1,55 e-gg. . IQ U , . ' I.-V. fn. . ...
A ..., ,, . ,, A , V ,, . .,
7 " ff'."'. 'f '7' A ,' ,1 ,'.V' Q " ' -Jff ,'f,. . -'P
V . ff ,, .,gf"'-Q ff, v,5,'f.1g,jek. ' . " ' .V 'V4:,1,a
- -": -qs fl. .gl .7-V,,',m,.Y'+.' ' A f'-j..,.g'Lf'gL,
fl" 'ff -W'-1 1z.'qg,i.g.,."41- raft- .' V' :3'C.5'.?""'
' '?,?1'3-'?:1'f-"5" a"".iM iii-wat! L D
" "-'-"'. tw."-4 1,-J'V ki.: 'Z 12-. ' i. rf , J V' Q ,. :ffwf -.L L:-11 fi'-,.g't'l-ff , V it 'f,w: a,W 21
if f4"2f3Vr 5513? "
, 1i"i,l.' If j'f',,1.'4Iy.Qf 'Y' 'V gg.,-UV gvfvzfi-'74j1,Vf: A- U
Vt- VV M,ggf,ff :,g.?T., 9" :M ,,
- . V- ' f -.5-if-H: w ,
'., ,V-f.,,-f, .
' ' ,,. . - fft'rS',i-V75-'e '-i' st. -.hi
1 't . N., f,.-, 1 ,, ,,,, ,'.-
t 'bk 3 ' 3-
sf 1 f f
pf: 42 .hy 4 i -. X
rv' 4 'lv ' .' 'V " A
Lug sv K, -'Nj X Qt: f, I A
Mc ' ,. 'V M- :.V. '
'ggqffv , ,', Q2 4 agar
l 'Y 1 , .V Q. '52-1 Z ia,
' 'f R. 4 5' H' VV .
46 V. , frygifi' . g L A41 -
I 44' 1,6 4 K 4- iii?
I V V 4 2 , 'qu
1 f 'V V, A 4. 1 4 o .V 4411
1' H+" -r raged. 4157
Q ' I ' M Q 1 2"
1 ,4 1 y Al .- faiifziil s
I , A , 'ff ' tn . ,ft
I M9 Q 'w Q4 ' "W"
,4 7' 2, ,,1,'!" ,' 4 u- Q- -fig
5+ 44 ,' 2 f ,lz,-I dll?"-y:'b
4 4 :QW ' 4 'f ha
c c xt, V a '- V- ,
3 4 ' A ' Q ,' S' v
- ci , if ft 1 f
1 ' f Vf . "f 4
Once new and strong,
now old and worn is the wall
a lonely life of solitude
A carnera's view
ofa sleepless city . . .
an empty jackpofs glitter
A man dies . . .
his fragile imprint
is soon trampled by uncaring feet.
. fi ZX
Faster than the carnera's shutter, it .
aspeeding dog. . . 't
a speeding life. KX
1 - fa
14 V , 'lv-Q1 I'
,Q ,V '-M
i ix if if'
'V 7" "'-ag Y
nil ', H' 'f f-..
,, . ,, f ,,
ff, My I
ff, , .V ,-...,,,w, A
A Z, I 1 ,.
I .fym V 'tx
. . . '1'Y:l-Q2 1.'f3f?'i'1L5"' ' - Q
' . . ' ' af-:g-!'5ff-ILM-4..g,y,gf wx' -f I ,,f ., tv.
." . ' ':,:':2:-F1-131a"' ' ,- 4
1 ff' f " 4 s.' " ,zaefff
J X Iuhe Cassen
,- ..K,..Lnl,lu1 . ,. als..-L...-.- ,.. "
4737, f -,QL ya Y 'J
17 'Z X I
Wears out 27 speedos
in one season in Wa-
Endures "Hell Week"
with the help of the
cheerleaders in foot-
about falling over
hurdles in Track.
Ochoa in Baseball.
shots in Basketball.
"Loves" his oppo-
nents in Tennis.
Sees the world
through funny gog-
gles in Swimming.
Constantly starves or
gorges to change the
weight class in Wrest
Sports Division 171
f .. Q. faq, A - , , ,
. 1 f
' if f" ' fl!-f"r -,'f"a':
ri,,,.g y zz .,,.V-A.,
fl ,riff ,
'. -17"-it 7, rw-i'w'f
-"' .I - 'ff L f L 'V -3 "
1 .,,- ' larva- .,'," ,,!':Z'.f. " .4 f
T' -+51-is tiff
ff? I ., ' :magenta A
wird -.sr as
Varsity Football Checlfs-out The C.I.F.
The 1981-82 Villa Park football team, led by new head
coach Bob Hughes started the year with 4 straight shut-
outs. The Spartans buried Santiago, Katella, and L.B.
Wilson before they went on to let the Canyon Comman-
ches dig their own grave with a score of 31-0. The Spar-
tans had played 16 consecutive quarters of football with-
out letting any team score.
One of their toughest losses of the season was to the
Foothill Knights, but when V.P. came back with 3
straight shut-outs, our hopes were still alive. During the
Homecoming game V. P. took control with a score of 37-0
when All-League running back Rene Strapp led Villa
Park through the first half with 83 yards on just 12 car-
ries. In spite of hard losses to SA. Valley and El Modena,
we still took a trip to the CLF. play-offs against Pacifica.
172 Varsity Football
-1 ., Q,
1 'l '
u V X K
Q 9 at
H ll li
Shoot, yes, your darn right.
Tight end Don Young attempts to make "animal crackers" out of a Vanguard
Quarterback Mike Copelan gets readly to throw a long bomb.
A massive pile-up, and just for a litt e football.
As Ron Benhke kicks, he also shows his good body form.
iplartan offense prepares to eliminate their opponent.
e awesome defense gets ready for a killing.
Coach Bob Hughes struts his stuff.
Tom Kisela wil stop that guy even if he has to pull his pants off.
The first C.I.F. game remained scoreless through
the first half until Brent Bieshaar intercepted a Pacifi-
ca pass and ran 65 yards to score the only touchdown
of the game. The following week against Lynwood
the Spartans brought home another victory before
our last play-off game against Foothill.
This year's defense was ranked very high with the
help of Ron Benhke, Brent Bieshaar, Eric Coakley,
Dave Cole, Larry Copenbarger, Ieff Hummell, Tom
Kisela, Ted Larsen, Andy Loftus, John Spaeth, Eddie
Smith, and Scott Wilson.
Bieshaar and Coakley earned All-C.I.F. honors,
but with Ioey MacKay injured and the offense strug-
gling, it was the entire defensive team that was re-
sponsible for taking the Spartans all the way to the
' Q ar-
A . V .-.. - .-,, ,MM hz M.-. V- I f'5Vw'L1
"You dont have to htirt em', just Knock em' on 3
their taiisf' Eric Coakiey, Jim Hamlin
174 Varsity Football
f Li 'J he
1 75 " A fi
it if . f-A1 at
Row 1- Chuck Lee, jeff Kohno, Eric Coakley, Eddie Smith, Richard Olquin, Mike Osumi, joey MacKay, Ed Rodieck, Steve Daniels, Bill Cleary, Mickey
Buckle. Row2- Eddie Howard, jeff Hummell, Schu ler Francine, Steve Crouch, Brad Pollard, Ted Larsen, David Cole, john Spaeth, Bob Richards, Tom
Kisela, Matt Loftus, Sugi Sorenson, Ken Marsh, Donlsoering, Yohan Thomassin, Row 3-john Blakely, jerry Smith, Don Thompson, Dave Colville, Pat
Mahoney, Bob Huwes, Bob Palmaroy, Don Clark, jim Cruikshank, Dave Ochoa, Tim johnson, Glenn Petty. Row 4 -jeff Gumbusky, Mike Enright,
Rene Stragp, Dave agner, Anthony squivel, Tod Ri'ke, jim Hilburn, Larry Co enbarger, john Willoughby, Dave Reisman, Robert Mongell, jeff Doest,
Enrigue elciadillo, Ron Benhke, Rob Lepore. Row S - Scott Wilson, Brent Bieshaar, Andy Stuffler, Andy Loftus, Harris Done, jim Hamlin, Mike
Copelan, Bo Salazar, Scott Augustine, Mike Brumley, Don Young, Dave Layton, Rob Derrick, Mike Gomez, Kurt Lofgren.
1. As Brent Bieshaar takes off, he leaves an El Modena "Quacker" behind.
2. Tailbackjoey Mackay can run on one leg and still out run Canyon's defense.
3. Senior Rene Strapp does a little dance for Pacifica before he goes for a
4. The 1981-82 Villa Park football team.
5. john Spaeth brings em' down as Brent Bieshaar backs him up.
6. After another Spartan victory, Matt Loftus and Tom Kisela stand up with
Varsity Football 175
! -- V M --T-lg
r l t
"After the first three games vve began to take pride in our
, 1. Sugi Sorenson is just going along for the ride.
X 2. When Colville talks everyone listens.
, 3. Dave Laffton, but in reality "SUPERMAN",
. "It's Mil er time."
4 . Tim thinks his best side is his left side. '
6. Party? Vlfhere? Where?
7. Coach Hu hes proves that football isn't so serious.
8. When Edie wants it he ets it.
9. Iim Hamlin waits patientFy on the side lines.
r W' l
. 'L J 'Q .
1415: Qi '1
ww' ' qv
1-'51, ,.,A -,nu
1 .P V, 47 '1f,, :',,p. I
, Z ,,. A,,. ., , ,
1 ' 0
1 MV' ' ' . ,
59411-11145: f. ,.,.- - ,. . .,
.1 W ,
' 1 V1 ,ff
1 .- l iff f I I I
M ' f 1'
, f f 1
f , fa 1 f
, mf ', ',
, I ,, . 4
i ' Ajit '-fd?
.. ' T 'IU
" . , f ',
1 L X
Q 1 . .A'A"
amd, '. Aff If
1. Chris Gordon success- Z
fully attacks his oppo-
2. Iason Moe concentrates
on the game.
3. Move out of my way, or
4. Run just a little faster Dan!
This year's sophomore football team was very successful in
that they placed second in the Century League. The Spartans
started off with a 27-0 win against Santiago and followed up
with a loss to Katella 3-6. Villa Park team spirit was still high
and the team defeated Long Beach Wilson 27-7. But they had
an unsettling game against Canyon with a 0-0 tie. The Spar-
tans than went on to defeat Foothill 16-14 followed by a forfeit
from Orange. The team then successfully beat Santa Ana 23-
0, Tustin 39-0, and Santa Ana Valley 20-12. The team had
been going strong and was supported by many fine football
players though they lost their final game for the season with a
score of 6-14 against El Modena.
178 Sophomore Football
Coach Dennis Moody Coach Vince Murphy Coach Russ Murphy
Cafilflfrf f' ,
P-any-.M ---- ....
. 'W sf-
'F .i'-,r- .- ..u1..1-6 ,'1"s,, -
. .., .f-- - ...,. .. ..-au --
- , ' , M h , .S h lt , D. Ki , I. L nn, C. Tinney, S. Gleason, K. Nelson, T. Thompson, C. Holmes, B. Mecklenburg, S. Hansen, 2nd
:Ex-c2VT jgllqnlghrii, ZiLelirFia1Z,, Vzallcefield, Srlgilcheyi, I. Hall, S. Bain, R. Cassachia, C. Gordon, L. Larocca, I. Krause, C. Garza, S. Davis, T. Dossett, A.
Nichol, Round,,3rd row-C. Bliss, T. Pomeroy, D. Croix, M. Horan, I. Braun, K. Salottolo, B. Etter, B. Moore, R. Derifield, S. Holt, R. Musser, Bottom
1-0W-J, Pagulayan, M. Linder, D. Murphy, S. Yuhas, P. Lopiccola, R. Garcia, I. Robillard, D. Muth, I. Morris.
Sophomore Football 179
Water Polo Melts the Opponents!
Mlffvjfw' .4,,fmwwwnf, Myprfam, - H f - '
I I1 ,, in 'Q ' ' - 3 . -W",M,,,,,,y, M xg' ww f,,.,., iff? ,uma Wm. WU, I V 'I A,
- ' 4 , 1 5 7 X X 1 J , 7-"ff" ,M ,,, ,,,,f "M-fff.Z5f'f"w'f -. . I 0
' ' f un- ' 1 L ' ,, M' -4 'n I ' '
V f 41' g .' j ,,,,,,,.,- ' u' Map
A I A MV' H I U , J , ,fr N MM
.' - , ,, , r l , ,, , -' ' 4
- i . ' . U49 '-' "-f"' ' , WM ,., 4 , A I- ,, M 'M'6fw1malZZ5f11f'-,JWWPW mo'
.2 " .---'-'40-, -a. 4"4f4r7,,,,, ..yW,y,f. - 'ff-1 1- M- ,..,,,,,., , W, 'Kung
:-' I X g ff ,,, ,,,.- f ,if Zum. , In Ui 1, J' mm -na-V44
" .'-f-he-"'6?' ' ' V f.,,,,..... 4 ff-, vm, ai' I' iw, ,,55':::y,m... , """"' '
' -' W '-H.. , ' ' ' 'W' '-uw-,
, , ' . :::T'fl7g,,,,' 'Vm!":"' , ,f,Z,j,f,4 .l'1h::iW, TM" ' ' 'J' "flaw-..,..
.r . 2 . I ' 1 ,Q-'U Zn' , Iv ' ,ffl " ,L ., .
V A . , '43 .,...,-f4ufg.,,0'1"' """ W - -:.,,.' 1' I . 'Muzi A
, ! f. ,.,,,.,,..,-., ,, .,,,,,,.av
. , 1,-.
' i'- :Vg ,,.,. .. ' " ,-ff ,- , ,, -
N t .,,, ,. i, ,ff ff .,,,,,,
Xiu! - l " j
E f, .
, L ' ' 1 -
,-,- V, M . n, . f
Once again under the supervision of head
coach Ieff Ehrlich and assistant coach Iohn
Kulisch, the mighty Spartan Water polo team
finished with an outstanding record of 26-2
and a 20 game winning streak. Their only two
losses were to Santa Barbara and Foothill in
close battles. Most players will agree that the
most challenging game was against the Foot-
hill Knights in Spartan water. The Spartans and
the Knights kept the score close throughout
the whole game, forcing it into double over-
time. The outcome was a Knight victory, but in
the end the Spartans had their revenge by win-
ning the CIF title. Outstanding plays through-
out the season were shown by Glen Thomas,
who was named most valuable player in CIF
and Century League. Iim Nowak had the sea-
son's most goals in Villa Park history and re-
ceived honorable mention.
' 'r gdqg W A "T:
,.,6evJ4Jf- L V
. . 'Ul-
igi'-2 ' 9-1. "
., ', . 5
fm. .,,,--vw- '-f ' '
. .,.. fra' . gg f
1111" A Y fig, I 0 f-!VV1,L,:.'Y'.-In 'I ,Mfg
-.r ...gt .. . . -eff'
X '-..-- , ,, ..-. , . ..., , ,. V"
. ...M ,Wan 1
fu - i, -- .-.f,.- f -. f
x X ,X .....,.,,'y,.--4 .
- ,,, ,, 4-... 14 1 .
4 " 'f. ' " " . .. f -.
'U 4 , z... gm..-.,... 7---' 'ff' ' 4 ,-H L' .
XX 925. J
V" fill-.:?""""' ' "
'-'ff-', - ..,
H.. . .
ff , ,V ML. 4
X . .f, -'4-..,..- ., 7. , .
'-Vf ,.,,,,, .,,, M ,-
4 A '- . ' ,..,.-,mx-'fr ,W
' ' A r .4 ' . Q .,.'f'7-1
. p. I ",-' 4 ' Q , A
3 . , W 1, - .. - V
' 5 . ' -f -'JTPT' 4-
' Y' 1 nf A ,SQ - f- , ' . No .. ,
. -f' F -5 , zo M- . Q H-
V ' I ..' 1 ., , N' 1
"' I -' -1.,,.1.- 'bl I i ' ' My--.-azz,-1 .,,,,. N - VY
1 H . ' , R 5 yxgg " M, ,Q - -,,g,. . ',
i " . - gy- s ' ., aff? rho. . .
' 1 ' -,, 'iv . -'H - "' -.f, ' ..
- ' f -1-. w,'m9,gggu-.'af,,
1 , . .Q . -. . , ,
' ' f , wkm-
hi- lgizgllu - , -. ,.
. - 4 I 2-N", - f -- . ' 71- cf- , 1
,,, V. . ., tv, V' ' .,,, , , , , V ay, -
H- f . . ' A- - , .. 4... ,xf I 1- Aung-fi" . fwfr .' wi.
ff Q Q-2:-7 we ,K-,V ,, .4 - .V "fLw1ff+:-wid? '- +1 4 .,
H ,' - 1. .1-f-fr, J- , 1-1' , : , M- -' ,."' T' f 3 ' ' f up-,-I
- ' 4 fi" I . .' " , If-ffegaaflffigf - 'miifaff'-"1 '...fZf6,.Js6.:4.fa,.144-Aff
The Definition of Life .
Findin an opening, Steve Coates shoots.
Keith Elaskins passes the ball to a team-
lim Nowak blocks an attem ted pass.
jim Godfreystares clown tiie opponent
while making a pass.
Making opponents' goalie think fast, Glen
Thomas tries for a goal.
"Fish out of water" yells Mike Levy while
gyindg to distract the olpposing team.
ea Coach jeff Ehrlic shows his enthu-
siasm about leading V.P. water polo team
Eiidie Van Vooren is one mean water polo
E125 Polo Team 1981-82 L to R To Row D.
Tuthill, K. Woods, M. Le , K. T-laskins,
G. Hill, Coach Ehrlich, Zndvgow S. Coates,
G. Thomas, B. Young, I. Nowak, I. Fair-
banks, P. Nelson, First row - D. Wells,
M. Maizel, M. Nelson, I. Godfrey, E. Van
Vooren, M. Tutwiler.
. Water Polof, 7
Water Didn't Rusl V.P. Water Polo! 3
The Villa Park junior Varsity water polo
team finished with an outstanding record of
15 wins and 5 losses. Four of those losses
were to varsity teams. They finished with a
league record of 7-O, which made them Cen-
tury League champions for the sixth straight
"It was a neat experience to play the I.V.
team in all but one of the C.I.F. games,"
enthused Coach of the Year Jeff Ehrlich. The
team's most exciting game was when the
team beat Orange's varsity team in a sudden
death overtime, according to Ehrlich.
The team was coed again this year as Kim
Woods played Well defensively and almost
scored in C.I.F. against Redondo Beach.
Greg Hill led the team in scoring While
Mark Tutwiler scored high both in goals and
in assists. Dave Tuthill did excellent defen-
sive work in the goal.
182 I.V. Water Polo
Eim Woods shows that girls can do anything boys can, but
Eric Kuli makes a new friend with the opposing team.
Holding in his laughter, jeff Fairbanks looks for an opening.
Scott English, didn't you know it's against the rules to stand
on the bottom of the pool?
"Who wants it?" asks Paul Nelson.
Coach Ehrlich offers some good advice to the team - "WIN!
Okay, this is a hold up.
Mike Nelson keeps his cool when surrounded by the oppos-
Greg Hill looks behind him to find out if anyone has seen
him cherry picking.
i I C Q l I9 -' v '
llkffffifi if.: 1 f . 4.
MN "' "
'CHQO Polo is the most physically demanding
sport I've ever participated in!" Scott English
-. -P W-'wlvvln
rf- 'N , i
0 5 v', .M
g ue .5 , f V
- ., Q as Wfgqr Q.
P- ,IQ 7 ' f ', ' , 1. -
if - 2-" .. .f ' "H-Q.,-
'f . ,I f whfti' ' 'iff'
I H . .- . - +7 nfs: 'V 1
g . - .V . .1-"N: ' Jf,...',v..1f-144.-+.z-,, --.,.4
. O .91 :.. '-1. . 'ew -. . '- 1 ,- 'A"'e4"'
,Qu .- I Y ,.'.,:g,. ca. 4 -fi,-r if ' - v ,xp . ,
HM- . .N 1. , Q ' .z w5iL,g:'f?T'f' . '
'?' 4 - 1 ' , , M- V, V ,
'affix . - 'i K ."4mw:.,4f, ' mfs
af.. A .. . . Q... . N.,
ut. W t l " ' 5
551' 5 . ., ' ' J. ,i A
. . -, V ,.
tawjg J ,V n- , ff' . ' X
" .9 3 'gg san 1,-2, A V' , N
' -- ' I-, . 1' ' . M..
9 . - 1 , 1 D .71-gh., ' ,K
. Q.. . h . ,wr ' . A . A, Q' -f A- A 4 P'-. 4 ,.
- fa- -.0 -+-. 4f,,V,m .F .,q,.iYl, -43 A '
,V .A w. zjgw' t I I AA dk I V g ve.. v I I Ty -V lg A A
' . .if-. ff. -Q- 'P'5i :. K fl' 14,2420 - V-'W' ' ,. 3' 'f '. " ' fflvw' 'W ' "
if .: ,wt 1. ' " k '
-3 1: ' . - . Q. 2' .L- at' if ' 1.1 1.
I c sssss so
H 0 PQLO GOI? LL THE AY
1. Coach Jeff Ehrlich shows what it takes to be the CIF Coach of the
2. jim Nowak shows the strength and determination it takes to play
3. ljn a jovous moment, Ehrlich joins the team in the pool.
4. Coach flohn Kulisich was an important part of the Spartan's victory.
5. Glenn "Fish" Thomas tries to catch flies.
6. The team proudly displays their CIF plaque.
7. The expression on these polo players' faces show how thev feel
about winning. '
8. Brett Young leads the team in a vicious yell to fire up for the game.
184 CIF Water Polo 4
What a fantastic moment for our victorious Spartan
water polo team as the final buzzer sounded and they
had won the C.I.F. championship game. It was the first
time ever for Villa Park and the first time ever for a
Century League team.
The game against the Spartan's long time rival, Foot-
hill, ended with a score of 10-6. Coach Ieff Ehrlich was
named C.I.F. Coach of the Year, and Glenn Thomas,
senior, was named C.I.F. Water Polo Player of the Year.
In the first quarter of the game, Foothill jumped ahead
with a score of 1-O. It was the first time V.P. had been
behind in any C.I.F. game. The Spartans quickly forced
the score to our favor, 2-1. In the second quarter, Iim
Nowak, junior, and Glenn Thomas scored a combination
of four goals in a little over two minutes, making the
score 6-2. "It was Nowak's best game of the year," stated
teammate Greg Hill. "He sparked the whole team at the
end of the second quarter."
Other outstanding players were junior goalie Mark
Maizel with ten saves, senior Steve Coates, who played
an excellent defensive game, and Thomas, who put forth
a great individual effort.
" ..... -t-- . g , T . .M
.A H J M A, if "1 A 4 H8
"" - ..,....., Aagfiammmmi
. ,i ? ini- . , .,,.. L "7
I6 ' Y .
3 If ' 'V 4' I " M
QI I '
Girls' Tennis Strokes
Their Way To Viotory
Under the direction of coach Sherry Smith, the varsity
and junior varsity girls' tennis teams ended up with a
good season. With a ball, a racket, and a lot of self-
determination, the teams bounded over the net of com-
petition and won many of their tournaments played
throughout the season. Villa Park came in fourth place,
with Sue Gault and Brady Burton emerging as the most
valuable varsity doubles team. Sondra Isbell achieved for
herself the title of most valuable varsity singles player.
On the I.V. teams, Candy Dancer, Tiffany Tighe, and
Iackie Morris led the team to many of the Spartan's
- i . ,
if sr, 'F Ui- 'rf-----sf-an
' , , ., V, .Wm Aw 1' f l-"QZ'fK7ZW5"'Qi5
Warm., ,. ' I, 1 0 .,
, f1'-f"'.,ff.-v2'f55fof,r,w0Qggyn, W'
' ' a , , ,' :,w3f41'4s'
, J Ita,-.fa
' i .,....asvW'W'
l I I l
"We had fun and thats what counts."
17- - i
.r1,.q,f,f- I '
julie Pollard smiles over her great return.
Lori Zaremba waves bre-bye to the Iivjhotographers.
Brady Burton gracious y returns the all.
Iulie, jackie, and Susan show the world their underalls.
The Girl's Tennis Team: Coach S. Smith, N. Torres, E. Stewart, K.
Derifield, K. Chandler, S. Kato, K. Stephenson, L. Zaremba, I.
Pollard, I. Morris, T. Tighe, I. Villalobos, K. Barvin, C. McKinnon,
T. Fiedler, S. Gault, B. Burton, I. Baily, S, Isbell, B. Birney, C.
O'Neill, and S. Marta.
No Liz, ou can't play without a racket!
Sondra gbell shows intense concentration as she retums the ball.
une Loop to Mt. SAC
1. Susan Fukahara embraces Gary Daily before the race.
2. Todd Fitschen voted outstandin Junior runner.
3. Mark Keintz, the number 11 V195-I.S, All-Time Runner with a time of
4. Leading a string of runners is Gary Daily enroute to another Spartan
5, Kevin Green near the lead as usual.
188 Varsity Cross Country
'W f I Wfilhw
Mg '71 2'1-
gi, ,.,, , '
avi - gf, 11' fl?
Coach Dave White has produced another winner.
Led by Spartan Runner of the Year, Gary Daily, Villa Park's Cross Country
team captured the Century League Co-Championship. The varsity lost only
to El Modena in the first league meet of the season, but they avenged that loss
by Winning the league finals.
Daily, Geoff Byrd, and sophomore Kevin Green were selected to the C.I.F.
4A Finals held at Mount San Antonio College, where Byrd placed 20th.
Green's best time of 15:17 established a new record for a Villa Park sopho-
more and makes him the number 8 All-Time Spartan runner.
Apparently the annual Mammoth Lakes Training Camp in August Cfeatur-
ing the 20 mile Iune Lake Loopj and the September trip to the Las Vegas
Invitational were beneficial as well as lots of fun.
k :Ch ' H , R M t , P lL ' , St Sands, Second row: Craig Alexander, Tom Underwood, David Vail, Tom
g:iJi'11'I1:l2?i Ker?ZurTillas?Sl?irs?Foxgv?nB5alIl L2xli1is,ea13n Ceallliahan, Don Beechan, Greg Holt, Westly Monroe, Chris Fowler, Thomas
Cross Country teams swept Foothill in
all three divisions. Helping to make
that possible were the fine junior varsi-
ty and sophomore runners. '
Several sophomores lettered on the
varsity: Kevin Green, Dave Parker,
Nathan Hayden, Tom Leong, Chris
Hart, and Greg Holt. Parker is the
seventh All-Time sophomore at VPHS
with a time of 16:09, and Hayden took
16th place for varsity in the league
The Most Improved I.V. runner was
Dave Tebo, and the best individual
performance by a I.V. runner was
done by Alan Penn.
Without these and many other fine
runners, Coach White's cham-
pionship team would not have en-
joyed such a successful year. Next year
looks even better.
For the first time ever, Villa Park
Back row: Brad Munger, Dan McKay, Iohn Beck, Dave Tebo, Alan Penn, Ken Hangstebeck, Alfonso De Rosas
Front row: Ian jacob, Iohn Winkleman, Todd Fitschen, Mark Yokogawa, Craig Sallinger, Roger Thayer.
190 I.V.!Sophomore Cross Country
"A Cross-Country rece doesn't start
mm until the third mile."
1. Mark Yokogawa show th pain and agony suffer d
cross country race.
2. A determined Alfonso De Rosas heads toward the finish
6 ano' 7 for Everyone
Alfonso DeF?oses -
Wb f 'J V'
"VVe're like one big family."
Leslie Schwartz, Susan Fukuhara
1. Michelle Parker is debating whether or not to take off her ring
before the big race.
. Girls' Varsity Cross Country team.
. "Good run, Collette," says Coach Brunt.
. Lisa Resh is anxiously looking for the finish.
. Cindy Pattison relaxes and thinks about life.
. "I didn't know cross country could be so much fun."
. lust take it one step at a time, Erica.
. The I.V. Girls' Cross Country team.
9. Michelle Parker runs on to victory fwith her ring still onj. -
192 Girls' Cross Country
i ,I ... 'f""'-NW"-" "" ,,
41' 'Nc-f. ' ,
The Villa Park girls' cross country
rf teams, though not victorious as a
group, had many outstanding per-
formances. The junior varsity team
was led by Iill Mahony and Stephanie
and Stacie Browne. The whole team
ff contributed to their 4-3 league record,
fi, which put them in fourth place.
The varsity team was led by Michel-
le Parker, Lisa Resh, Cheryl Spollino,
and Collette Walters. They had a 2-5
league record, which put them in sixth
place. They started off the year with a
' ' victory at the Orange Invitational.
Girls' Cross Country Does It with Stride 9
Girls' Cross Country 193
Kerry Barnett studies her broken wrist after an
awesome volleyball shot.
You'll get over it Sherri.
The Girls Varsity Volleyball team.
Coach Pappas gives the team a few pointers.
Julie Paino is ready for anything, especially a
Girls I.V, Volle ball team.
Karen Granito lbsses control of the ball.
But where's the ball?
Coach Dill explains their next strategy.
A lack of unity was our only olovvnfallu
, 'Wm -9
,aww r g ,. ' .dr I
, - hN.,,N
Volleyball Spikes the Punch
Playing for enjoyment rather than to win,
the girls' volleyball teams ended the season
with only 3 victories. Lacking the unity and
positive outlook so important to an athletic
team, the players did little more than hope for
a successful 1982-83 year. Varsity players
Andrea Strapp, Iulie Colburn, and Lisa
Church put out strong performances on the
team and steered their team toward a positive
outlook for next year. According to the team
members, summer practices will probably
occur more often, along with a trip to a
Hawaiian volleyball camp.
5 ' f
in ' I
1 Wwff' 11
-l .fimffff fl uf -f
,Z f , ' fx., 1
I will '
A V , ,fm WG, W4 Ci.
. EMI! .v,
-1:4 gzpg., -"ff-',,:C4
:wglff , . . ' 3
. ' c-1, rf 0. - ,-11:5-.-: 1, ,. -'
' '-5-iizsff 1'
' 1 1 -'
,ff gy f! !,,f
1 4 W ' 'fi ' f , f
ff I? 1 1 ' 1' "Zz If 1,
ff 5 1 'W ff , 1 if
'O 4 f fi' ,, v rf Ziff" fy
' f gf, f M ,ff W, ,f M, 0
,ff 1 ,J '11 X 7 ,1 '41, 14'
4' 'iff 1 ,yr 442 fy,
,J 1 Al , Q 1 4 , 7 ,wig
, , ,,
1 X f 4 1- f
ff 5 f Kyra' J U24 , 9 '
X V I
2, " 'ffff V 7 ' 5? ' , ,-FJ
1 f ' f:221e'1 .-:na
' I f 1 1425 ' ' 1 ,sp ,f z g553E'Q5?Q5H'i3if1 '
'ff-1ff,m,,z ' fav 1 1. A fv
X I , ,. 11 1
JQN 61, 1,4 1 , ,: ',, - v ' M,
11 'W '71 0 1 f
A 1 ff for ,G 17 0, 1 ,
A , f gy
f 1, 3 1 ' 1
t I If l
WC :rg ' . 'f'1
1, 5 ,-
Q 9251: ' Z
" " if: il-0 '- 'zifcuzirififvfw' ' 'TY V
. .,.12JL:1:E.sZifLg"'?Z1Z:'g :':Q:,f ,cg
'mf' -e--2E111k"p1i- pu ,112
71' f',2'g ,fvfrgu-"iiM,4gg,,Ms' 'fc-7
ft' frfif i"2f,'f,,iLif2 wif , g,1" ,:f'ffg. '
. "1g,iQ34g5cr 1.'l-.15 11"
, A fzzm.-,,.-1. i"ZE'25- '
1451152313 ,,,S,,f 4:, f, '
A 1:11 1
' WG' -f
, Ioey McKay
..1.,, , 1 1.q hl,P,aino-1,Forward 1 4
I If 7 r
n 'V ii' Reneer
Steve Shattuck - Forward
I ., , Z
198 Va S tyB sketb ll
"I'11 never forget the Big Guy and
Q A " A
3 c, -141114350
,. ' f , 49,3 '
. ,f. 1 .
B Itls ot Whether
2 You Win Gr Lose
-' W7 ? lx 9 ,g
ff 5 I l-.N ,. ""', V
it 5 ,,
z at A 5'--wg
f iw .1 , 1 ---
f . ' 'P , 1:4-ffiif ' . in
V , 'W , . .. Q W I . .
3 V A , 0
, ,wwggynf I.. H,
qv : .
, g J
...Q 111545.-v .
1. Sean Savala stares down his opponent.
2. Brent Hallock powers for the score.
3. Hallock goes one on five.
4. Coach Anderson, I. Cochran, M. Wood, C.
Hallock, T. Smith, R. Sandoval, B. Hallock, I.
Fulton, S. Savala, R. Mont ome , D. King, B.
Mecklenburg, S. Nicholsg. Lin1?ord, Coach I.
Behnkep Kneeling, H. Luyen, K. Scheer.
5. Opponent is all hands as Steve Carter attempts
6. Tgigrowz Coach Youn , S. Harlin, D. Moeller,
A. e er, S. Carter, I. lgaltys, T. Kovac, Bottom
row: Vicario, E. Rodieck, M, Redding, M.
Yoko awa, I. Fan, Manager D. Wise.
7. The grange gym provides hostile glare as john
Linford puts up a free throw.
8. Mark Redding leaves his defender in the pop-
'gmi' .-gf "".,,
200 Sophomore Basketball
i gvw""'S." " V ' M
This year's sophomore and junior varsity basketball teams suf-
fered a losing season. The sophomore team had a pre-season
record of 1-4, league 1-13, with an overall season 2-17. Steve
Nichols, sophomore team member said, "It's too bad about this
year, but next year's gonna ramble!"
The junior varsity team finished their season with a record of 2-
ww, QM' to
8 U 5 2
It's How You Pla the Game
F ,,,-5 1:-
1' ' l 'i Y
13' ., 51:
1, ,qv , Q .- ,
"We've come thisfar because we believed that we could do it. ',
, j Av, V ,mmazf
The girls' basketball team, led by off campus coach lim
Irby and assistant coach Ron Lindsay, ended an extremely
successful and surprising season. Taking into consider-
ation the youth of the team, which was the youngest ever
to represent Villa Park, coach Irby felt that on the whole the
team played better than he had felt possible. Coach Irby did
not expect to finish with a .500 or better record for the
season. Most certainly, coach Irby did not dream of CIF
A few players particularly stand out in their excellence.
These outstanding players include Andrea Cabezas-
Mattey, Chris Fontana, and Connie Waikle on varsity and
Amy Sarsany and Stacey Stimac on the junior varsity team.
Quite a few things were different this year. For instance,
since the majority of the players graduated last year, there
were a great many inexperienced sophomores on both the
varsity and junior varsity teams. Despite their youth and
inexperience, the teams were quick to pick up concepts
and, basically, were better all around athletes than in pre-
"Before the girls basketball teams started to win," Irby
said, "no one except a few parents came to the games."
When the team began to win, more people became in-
terested and attended the games. Coach Irby concluded
that "girls basketball is finally getting the attention that it
202 Girls Basketball
Laura I wasaki
Rochelle Cabrera attempts a shot fram the free throw line.
Tracey Stimac soars over her opponent to score another field goal.
Rochelle Cabrera looks on as Amy Sarsany attacks from behind,
Concentration is important and Amy Sarsany demonstrates it.
Stacey Stimac waits atiently for the ball to be passed to her.
Chris Lambrose dribiles away in excellent form.
Andrea Cbezas Mattey speeds away from the opponent in an attempt to
Girls Basketball: Success Despite Youth
. , ,gf
1. I thou ht this was soccer not basketball!
2. "I-leya think we're goin? the wrong way." says Steve Biletski.
3. Don't kick the ball, you'l kill yourself.
4. Come on jeff, you can make it, there's only a few more yards to go.
5. Ted Larsen does alittle dance for the team during the game.
6. "Hey, get outta my way!" says jim Marenco.
7. "Hey, wait for me!"
l 8. Tricky move Steve.
Y' " V fl 0 .l
1, l -4 '-,,. .wa My A 'fx l
Qi ' f V f an
. Spartans Get A " ick" Out Of Soccer
. . MH., .. ,,,,.-.vuffff .,.,, - ffl.-,,fm,,,-nf,
-Y ----- -F - -- -Y--- YYVV. - .. ,An ,1
Girls Soccer Headed
in the Right Direction!
Because last year's girls' soccer
team was so successful, Villa Park
decided to continue this sport. A
surprising number of girls turned
out at the beginning of the season,
making it possible to form both a
varsity and a junior Varsity team.
Coach Corridino and Coach
Meulmester contributed a lot of
knowledge and time to their teamsg
combined with the skill of the girls,
this resulted in an enjoyable season
The varsity ended the season tied
with El Modena for second placep
their record was 7 Wins, three losses,
and 2 ties.
206 Girls' Soccer
V' ,leafs -+4 4
"Line up on the end linef'
First row: Debbie Bedell, Robin Greene, julie
Villalobos, jackie Morns, Carol McKinnon,
Annie Zatlin, Darilyn Hotchkiss, Cindy Ol-
guin, Mr. Meulrnester, Second row: Brooke
tevens, Malea DePonte, Michelle Clifford,
Andrea Walencewiez, Sarah Dinnwiddie.
Coach Corridino waves to the camera.
Two on one isn't all that fun.
Malea De onte is Mrs. Kung Fu.
Darilyln l-liotchkiss gives it her all.
Coac Meulmester too busy to say, "HI"
junior Varsity group shot.
Amy Losey congratulates Lori Reese on her
5Okay, remember, no hands."
El Modena player feel that Monica needs a
Girls' Soccer 207
, gjagfg.-'5fQ?, f ,
'iff . 4-
N , . J, ., ,.. .9
y fry' M
Brent Bieshaar - 167 pounds
1 Brent Bieshaar has wrestled for three years
1 on the varsity team, and his current Weight
class earned him a 43-4 record with 25 of those
43 Wins ending in pins. He outstandingly
f placed third in CIF and state competitions,
y y making quite a name for himself in the league.
.1 --- l - ---
Q 208 CIF Wrestling
L, . . mm'
HDo It For The
Steve Granito - 185 pounds
With an overall record of 43 wins and 3
losses, it was only natural that Steve Gran-
ito should place second in CIF competi-
tion. His high school wrestling career
began on the sophomore team and ad-
vanced from junior varsity to varsity. He's
won every tournament that he has partici-
pated in, excluding a second place in CIF
and a commendable fifth place in state
competition. Steve's total pins add up to 24
for the 1981-1982 season.
Brad Fontanesi - 138
Although Brad Fontanesi didn't place in
state competition, he did earn for himself an
impressive fifth place in CIF. His three year
experience on the varsity team helped him
gain a 39-9 record and 17 pins. Brad's overall
performances showed an all-out effort.
' 5' -X ,
,.. V ..
- .. , --.
fl A -5
.,. g P .I ..-Eh...
, W ,iwv
41 ff' 'I f Q L11'
Tim Campbell- 98
Of all the CIF wrestlers, Tim Campbell was
the only junior to compete. He didn't place in
I it his 98 pound weight class, but he did finish
wf ' with 17 pins and a 23-9 record for his first year
on the varsity team.
nfl lr, 'I '
,Ji .. C
. A - 'K ' 1
'T "Wi 'cglvznuxf
Todd Knutson - 126
Todd Knutson ended up with a record
of 32 wins, 9 losses, and one tie. Unfor-
tunately, his 11 pins weren't enough to
win him a CIF title. Todd wrestled in a
126 weight class and progressively
worked his way up from the sophomore
and IV teams to the varsity team this
... ,MA if Lili'
N ' ,
N A ff
' P' " ,g e-f5'1"-?f2"' 4 ' ,-'f3nqjh9::,,4 .' Y1l--, .
place m CLF. , the
l wrestling team earned themselves a 9-3
cord and an overall secorld place in the Century
with a 6-1 record. The team advanced m the
take fifth place and elevatedzjgQ,SQ,I.F. with the same ranke
ing. , ,,QV . l ' '
As in past years the varsltv Wrestlers fmlshecl Wlth an
J 3 lafgef e
,I M,-f:'u553jgg,: fy, Lili.
fr " U' h
2 fi 1:
fm: I f
52' .lW5gf?'11'f 4 .. , 5? ' 1
f , ggfii, .
W? if 5.2 9 f
-' v a fffzirgfawfgv V .421 ,M
" J- 1f?'i1Ef'f!22 V fnfiwfi
U v1AA1,1YL: VVVA V-,-.-.L.-.-,4y,,i-J, v,,..41y J- H
V ' ' """"
5 35,7 5' 1,
hib -Gppbnent to a
afsiiyfeamlat an asQ
4 ' 44" 1
"'. l R.
Allen, S: Bl,
H. Done, B.fF5j2jnesi,
psyches up for his state
for the official ruling of
Var. Wrestling 211
This year's sophomore wrestling team finished with a re-
cord of 6-1 in the league, and the junior varsity team ended
with a record of 11-9 in the league. The teams were both very
consistent and Coaches Bailey and Mahoney have high
hopes for next year's wrestling season, Coach Mahoney felt
that the only weaknesses the teams suffered was some prob-
lems with filling the weight classes. Promising WreSflBI'S M6
Chris Gordon, Damon Gross, Gary Mitchell, Rodney
field, Dave Krueger, Roger Cassachia, jeff Braun, and Bruee
Marteney. Rib injuries were suffered by Brendon Kelly and
:V z? 'V "
, f 1444, QC,
7, 177 ,,.,,z5,
f' , 4x,1s,212.
Mp fy., ,- 1,-
kw 'gi' ,vfm awww, -
47 wan gg, L'
:A V i
, ,I 4 ,
. 2 5 - 1 ,
A Z y 4 .1711
?' ' ' , .131
, , , f, ,,'.
,, ,Wy J,
, 1, ,,"f'..'fi4g 2' JZZZM' x
1 , W
f ggi l,f,.'fi""' Ov :Swv f ig
' 1 1 I
1. Ion Catapang prepaiies for fun on the mat with ,
9 hiso onent
PP - '
Zi Damon Gross has a time out while his oppo-
f nent struggles.
. Chris Gor on gets one from his opponent.
4. Kraiger cradles his op onent.
2. Darin Catacpang goes tfdr a Saturday night ride.
. Chris Gor on gives his opponent all that he
7. Dave Krueger lays it down on his opponegfitfii-
i 5 2
212 Sophomore Wrestling
L , fa' ' :A-fmezrzvsvmkz.
Wrestling Is on the Move!
I.V. Wrestling 213
The Villa Park Varsity Track team.
Spartan hurdlers pour it on at the
Almost, but not quite!
Alex Salotollo and Rene Strapp
give their all in the relay race.
ither way you look at it, Villa
Park is winning!
With no one behind, Brian Meek
wins the race.
Larry Copenbarger strives to fin-
ish t e race with a first Iilace,
Gary Daily crosses the ine victo-
riously for the Spartans.
,,. U- rf:
I Q ' 4,
: 4?-1 2"-329,
, I -. if f-1-34,31
V1 41+ ffffrqtzii
,f fn : . 34.1,-.-'I-JZ!
I X ffl 3
-5 1- 4
V 4 s
. , ,. J,
'z my Z1-WKM
U t -J'
if 4- lun-i
.,. 9 :1
9 f it
For the first time in several years,
Villa Park's varsity track squad had
an all-around solid team. Made up of
returning sophomore champions
and a well experienced group of se-
niors, the varsity runners shot for
the top and did what was necessary
According to Coach Bob McKie,
the team was definitely made up of
"strong contenders for the Century
League championship" due to the
individual efforts put forth. Early in
the season teammates Alex Salottolo
and Ian Daugherty built for them-
selves a respectable reputation in
each of their events as did junior Bill
Cleary and sophomore Kevin
Varsity Track 215
The boy's track head coach, Bob McKie, who
has been here for 18 years, said, "I love coaching
track and it's always a challenge." Kevin Gra-
ham, who is one of the best members of junior
varsity and who competes in the pole vault, dis-
cus, triple jump, and the high jump event, is a
typical reason for McKie's continuing enthu-
Junior Varsity track team member Roger
Thayer expressed the attitude of rnost team
members. "I hope to continue improving my
time, and with lots of hard work I believe I will.f'
David Tebo's own personal goal for the track sea-
son is "To improve with every race, and better
my time enough to make varsity next year."
Not Everyone Can Be On Varsity
1 ,, 'aw
. 1 :.. f .,,
gt . ,af X ,-
'V'?4:,r'1 ' - if 1,4-
..,.'f-'+ .aw-r 1
r-" -I,-'A-,f::4,fv.7k4I14: -
2- li 1. g'1Lv,.-ifmgpif V ,.
.3913 .,-':':4:'-'i",2'1z. eh:-f .1- a
-:rx w, 9: V -1-ft..
fav, " rg- -. - tr.,
'5i3'3yx,f'1,A f, , hhglf. fnLIf':f'ft'-
'gf:l,. ILL f. .-.5 ' -Lf' '
Fm: ff-kay : f.r ' '
G G 7 7
When the Spartans are down, they always come up fighting.
I3 3: :::7,.,., ...
,yy V.-v,. f..
junior Varsity group shot.
Varsity pole vaulter Alan Potts leaps tall build-
ings in a single jump.
It's a bird, it s a plane, no it's varsity track mem-
ber Terry Ludin.
Mike Brase runs for a Slpartan victory.
Karsity high jumper an Daugherty clears the
Mike Osurni and Dave Reisman hand off per-
fectly in the relay.
Rich Fukuhara leads the pack of runners.
3 . .. ...q12Siw'
Sophomore Track Endurance is Endless
Sophomore track has done an out-
standing job this year. Some have done
so well they have advanced to higher
levels. Thanks to coach McKie and coach
Brunt for organizing these boys in the
event which suits them best.
If each individual puts out all effort,
this will form a victorious team. And this
is just what the 1982 sophomore track
team was - winners.
fir' , "M
.f .X I..
tit, ,., 5
The girls can't stay awa from Coach Brunt.
Robert Ohta ives it all hes got to com lete the long jump.
Dave Parker Eegins his move in the mili.
Sophomore team photo.
Kevin Green strives for the finish line.
Sophomore Track 219
Girl's Track: On Their Mark
The girl's track and field team, coached by Russ Murphy,
competed in nine league and non-league meets this sea-
son. In addition, the team competed in the Chaffey Invita-
tional in Ontario and in a meet sponsored by the North
Orange Rotary Club. The Rotary meet included all Orange
district high schools and Orange Lutheran High School.
Several exceptional athletes composed the girls' track
and field team. Senior Iulie Parker, who runs the 100 yard
dash, 440 relay, high jump, and long jump, is one of these
athletes who deserve special recognition. Also outstanding
in their performance are senior Lisa Scheer, running the
440 and both relays, and senior hurdler Iana Smith.
"Without a doubt, Foothill and Tustin will be our
toughest meets", coach Murphy stated at the beginning of
the season. Coach Murphy went on to say, however, that
at the conclusion of this season, he would like the Villa Park
girl's track and field team to be one of the top four teams in
220 Girl's Track
. .. .
ff! it if
J? i ..
- 4. w U' 'fum
1. Between the two of them, Lisa Holte and Lisa Resh plan to give this
Cangon runner some very tough conpet-ition.
2. Deb ie Bedell glides over the high jump.
3. Hurdler Kim Fontana demonstrates her perfect form.
4. It is a arent that julie Parker gives her all in the longjump.
5. Lisa Slclleer receives a ood hand-off from Iana Smith in the relay.
6. Concentration is the qcey factor in this hand-off between Iulie
Parker and Kris Fontana.
7. Michelle Parker clears the high jump with amazing ease.
"Since the competition was so great, it made me workjust that
' . ' , Y '4,: ' .
C6 "I "f ' I . A
- .-4-....... P . - 4 '
' ., ,
,,, f , 4' K
,a....a..,.,.- ww :,.:,.-- ,... ,
ji' 'Q 4 5, 4 if .
1 ff V r I . V We A
. 7 .59 wg " ,QM
o a iz a . .
aQqgggf7wg,4,,' f' 4 1
" 11 f. 'G .
, . , , ,,
..,, p ,
M' .Hi w ff A , . V -
,L .,.. 4 . ., A. .. L ....,.,.,,...A.....4.4.u.
" ' Girls' Track 221
Boys Tennis Strokes Through The Season
What do ya say, Ace?
Paul Grover, why is that ball stuck to your finger?
Say that agaln and it will be your head next time
instead of the ball!
Always remember, Dou March OPEN DOOR
Varsity team members fgottom to topl Mike Rel
Fan, Iimmy Chesmore, Kelly Gamez coach Fraco-
osy, 2nd row, Paul Grover, Steve Broberg
Andrew Beyer, Ioe Trosper, Dave Ellis, Doug
w ' ' W4 ,ff
GV, may lg
WWWW ' QWWWAWW
. 41, .., 591,39
,f, A L
1 ', , Z
, ,W Vw, . ,
' ww, 'Q
' M ef., '
an 1, v ,
Vf " It ' f'f,.,, Ti
W-uvuaga , , M '-Q
2. - wL,wa,
' ' 95 4:
rw 1 Q -
, mmiftv .
,, ., rf,
5 ,.,.-1-4. fa, if
Well, let's see where you are on my
list, Tros er.
.X Coach Plracolosy discusses game
I' strategy with players.
-I If any ody has bulging muscles, it's ,,,,,m
' Mike Regan.
-s Iunior arsiiyu team members fbot- '
tom to topj B' Hodson, Iohn Sikora,
Gerry Lotter, Coach Fracolosy, Kevin
Martin, Mike Swartz, Mike Rink,
Francisco Talavera, Matt Geriak, lim-
. ,lil my Cesmore, and Mark Grafias.
ff' ' ' If
L G get my
2 li l
. A gi
Going into the season, the Villa Park tennis team
. ranked fifth in the Century League, with a 2-3
3 record. The Iunior Varsity team was ranked sixth
with a 1-4 record.
Doug March was Villa Park's top singles player
and was undefeated in pre-league and league com-
petitions. I-Ie was a 3-year letterman and ranked
l twentieth nationally. "It is the end of an era in Villa
' Park's tennis program with the graudation of Doug
' March," Coach Fracolosy said.
Andy Beyer, a converted basketball player,
. placed second in singles While Paul Grover took
' l third and was a 2-year Varsity letterman. The two
fly , doubles teams consisted of Tripp Howiler and
l V . .
I Brian Reed and Steve Broberg and Mike Regan.
, 3 The Iunior Varsity placing sixth also had a few
il. p top players. They were Alex Goodman, Mike
fi T I Tighe, and lim Chesmore.
l all g
'l ' c c a a '
'f V 1 a Park Loves I ennlsl
As anyone can obviously see, the Badmin-
ton team is a large one. It is the only truly co-ed
sport at Villa Park. The guys and girls practice
together and there are even mixed doubles
teams. Paige Rock explains, "It's a lot of fun
practicing with the guys. Everyone thinks it's
an easy sport but it's really a lot of hard work!"
Tracy Stimac show exactly what Paige means
in picture 2. Skill, concentration, and a long
reach are essential to the players who chase
those birdies on the court. Coach Thompson,
in his first year as the Badminton coach, knows
the game and techniques of forming a winning
team. Pat Fenn, a three year veteran, rears up
in picture 4 to smash the birdie at his oppo-
.- '- -
gg . .
fvgfizfftzf '7-"dT.f '
f '-U-f -..az-
,. ., .--5 '.-3 ,.
. , Z ,
After several years of anonymity, the 1981-
82 golf team made it in the yearbook. Coaches
Bailey and Mahoney made the best of a some-
what wet season and provided the players
with free golf and an overall good time. Out-
standing members of the team were Bill Meck-
lenburg and Dan Barta who stroked their way
through the season. The overall attitude of the
team stood, not in obtaining victory, but in
purely enjoying themselsves.
Toby Freestone, in picture l, aims carefully
for the gopher hole strategically placed at
Green River Golf Course. Bill Mecklenburg,
picture 2, shows concentration in his putting.
The golf team looks lively in picture 3. Dan
Barta, also known as the Headless Golfer,
sprays the sand with his sand wedge in picture
Badminton and Golf 225
S artan catcher Iohn Shirinian tries to decide
wEl1jch hand to use to catch the ball.
Ioey MacKay shows his "studly" form as he
swings at the pitch.
Coac Oachoa really concentrates during a game,
The pla ers show their enthusiasm a ter Dave
Salmond, hits a homerun.
Rob LePore watches his fastball float toward the
The 1981-82 varsity baseball team.
Eddie Howard makes Contact as usual.
J li 3 5
- ' fm, 1,5 ,.
l ,KI V
no u I5 IQ 20 Z! 22 23 25 27 32
:fL..f5,'is4?2gr,Lv ,g. '19 .fri 'fa v
-.ci ,- f
. 3 rl- 9.a"'g5fwgAf l"j,',9gg,,,g:rg: ,f,6f,fff"t 2, ,1,45,x,M
-. i -fwwf-Q zazarf' we-an ff4fffs-'n',l'f'1..,- '
'.-sffwsi 5 P". ., -.,v,,.f' - r , , 'X
' ',1g'gj-1'--,vi 1713.5 3-j,.jf,5:,f1f,fE 3'-.:'j"Vg+5f,+w
"""ij, ,ff -1, ,- -f?i:P?' Egg:--A," 1
' ' U ' , ' . K' .V ' ' 4 ' V S
Top Row Ross Barker Iohn Shrnman Ioey MacKay Mike Borowski Coachliarry Eadie, ' if
Coach Dave Ochoa Coach Kevin Brown Tim johnson Mike Floyd Greg F1el1Sff5'C9V9l0hr1SQ1i, 'Bqttom ROW23R0b
LePore Scott Wilson Ted Larsen Howard Fotch Dale Eggleston Ron Fraser, Dave Salmondj Scott Glove13,,Edclie pg
-- ,, cf.-'S' '
g . ..-. .- - '
Putting aside all memories of last
years outstanding performance, the 1982
varsity baseball team made this season a
year to forget.
Returning only two players made the
beginning rough. Injuries to key players
have also hurt the team.
However many of their problems may
have stemmed from a confused effort by
the coaching staff. Shouts like "Get a
haircut on the ball!" always turned a few
But all has not been negative in this
rebuilding year. The team swept a series
of games played during the summer in
Hawaii. Also the team got a first hand
look at Godzilla in the form of Scott Wil-
Perhaps Coach Dave Ochoa best phi-
losophized his view of the season by
saying. "You can't win 'em all if you
can't win the first one!"
Varsity Baseball 227
.f y A
,Kp fp, f ff
1 9' if f 1
,yawn , ,,
:WY 1 , , A' f
' 4211-, jf gp? 4
' VM fain".-1
' I .f ,,,' ,ffm , V, 54" "75'f'7" "7
f ,WM ff! If f
44, , A
Coach Tarabilda shows his appreciation for his first baseball year.
The bays wait for their tum to show their stuff.
Gary orthington tires to remember the signs.
Startinp pitcher joel Morris, a sophomore, shows promise of being a
valuab e varsity asset for the next two years.
Scott McLeod roudly comes in after his home run.
Catcher Kevin arsany handles a low pitch as he comes up for a throw to
' ' W" " ' ' '
" ' Wa?
WJ, .ve-.,4,-r ,Y ,, ..-
AW ,,: ,wi if
K ll '
With a tough and well-rounded group, the I.V. team
started a hopeful league season. They began with a
new coach, Steve Tarabilda, a familar face to V.P. but
new to the baseball coaching scene. The relatonship
between the coach and players was a motivating force
in the team's success as a group.
Outstanding players Steve Alvarez, Scott McLeod,
Ion Shigetome, and Gary Worthington lead the striv-
ing team. Worthington, Ioel Morris, and Pat Droesch
provided quality pitching.
L. . ,
. , ..,.4.
415,35 515683 949 ,L
v'f'T,Jf1 fi X u 4
A141 ,-af' '
, f 3.m,,i,gg,
'x"f"'W"- 'H A M" " ' 'N' 'f' .- 1.
Russ Frazier gets
ready for the tag.
Ken Scheer waits
patiently for a late
Coach Dennis Moody
surveys his team.
Alan Ber man beats
out an ingeld hit.
,7,'f2,P of 1-
Sophomore Baseball 231
Softball Girls Play Like Winners
Led by varsity coach Dave Shelton and junior varsity
coach Larry Cowden, girl's softball proved to be very suc-
cessful in the highly competitive Century League.
After grueling conditioning exercises at practice and
numerous non-league games, the varsity team traveled to
Santa Maria, California, to play in the Reghetti High soft-
ball tournament. Several softball teams from central and
southern California were invited to participate in this two-
Weekend tournament, and at 200 miles, it was the farthest
Villa Park had ever gone for a softball game. In the tourna-
ment, Villa Park won three out of the four games that they
played. They lost to the host team, Reghetti High, who has
been ranked number one in CIF for the past three years, in
a mentally and physically exhausting ninteen inning game.
Villa Park Went on to win consolation and the respect of
many well-ranked softball teams. Villa Park third baseman
Andrea Cabezas Mattey was named to the all-tournament
team as a result of her spectacular performances in these
Promptly after the Reghetti tournament, the early part of
the league season was marred by a number of postpone-
ments due to rain, making it necessary for games to be
rescheduled. However, Coach Shelton, after five consecu-
tive league Wins stated, "As a team we all want to make the
CIF playoffs, but my personal goal is to get the girls to think
and play like winners. This is a great group and they have
not disappointed me - they are winners."
n at if
5 P Q Q ..
1. Varsity team - First row: Kerry Barnett, Donna Hart, Kari Picano.
Second row: Trisha Halamandaris, Kathy Christian. Third row: Mana-
ger Laura lwasaki, Andrea Cabezas-Mattely, Kelly Trollinger, Cathy
ingham, Chris Lambrose, Donna Deardof . Fourth Row: Laura Rich-
ter, Iulie Colburn. Not pictured: Sheri Smith, Jill Wiens.
2. Cathy Bin ham is prepared to sweep up anything that comes her way.
3. Shen Smigw looks ahead as she contemplates a steal.
4. Trisha Halamandaris experiences the agony of defeat as she attempts
to dive into second base.
' L -- 5. Iunior Varsti Team - First row: Michelle Clifford, Lori Wald-
streicher, Beclzly Allen, Laura Ianzen, Diane Crossman, Robyn Gillon,
Karen Granito, Mana er Mary Naruse. Second Row: Manager Kelly
Ward, Natalie Driskei, Leslie Caines, Cindy Olquin, julie Pollar ,
Ieanne Helsel, Karen Wedda, Coach Cowden.
V -. . rv. a 4
. V 'X "Y, Q.:-Ame w ,
,,..., ia., ,
A 3- 'f 1 . Laura Richter gives her all in this swing.
Q 1 N . Coach Shelton yells encour ement to a layer.
- .M v - 8. Concentrating on the plate TDonna Deargorff delivers.
M... 4 9. Andrea Cabezas-Mattey sets to make a powerful throw.
svglswe' F A :ff Q, K I
. :Li ,3.,,2x'1- , gf' j It W 'txxfl
vM'..:.tf X Xp. sf
' t'.3W"Ql - 1. , Q0 " .,
. f u s. .-.' f--+ '-, , 1
'i'fL.,, Uizfaft " 'sffr 5 f ..,.
5 6: e 5 '4,'- 5.
. 4, -gb .7195 , . V .
1 2- T x K t , s
'X I A ' .
. A an. 1 At: ,... ,
' f 11 ...
The team Worked hard for every victory."
Coaches and team members reach a frenzied ex-
citement durin the 500.
Glenn "Fish" Tiomas o ens wide on his way to a
tbyfpical 1:06 in the one llijundred breaststroke.
ark "Boo-Boo-Bear" Maizel yells critical com-
ments about Greg "Yogi Bear" Hill's haircut.
Coach Ehrlich convinces Coach Iohn Kulisich that
Keith Haskins really can do better than a 1:12.
Sophomore swimmers: Left to Ri ht C. Strawn,
D. Mallo , D, Diaz, S. Galus, Golshani, I.
Goldsmith, H. Perry, L. Lung, B. Marteney, H.
Tuyen, M. Hoopaugh, 1. VanDixhorn, C. Crosby.
Sophomore Ion Goldsmith ffar lefty and junior
Scott Wells gaze in awe at their varsity idols.
jim Godfrey Steve Coates
,Lg-Q 1 1. fs. " ,,1g5.'-' A-X , . ..
H.: . , , .V
I-sw M . ,W 'us ,Mot ,
f"""...:..L"" " R -'-af' .,. '
11.5 WF .' .. -
Scott English Mark
- 4 ,,,, .
Harvey Lynn Mark Maizel lim Nowak Don
Another Spartan swim season was off to a great
start under the supervision of head coach, Jeff
Ehrlich. Not only have outstanding times been
accomplished early in the season, but something
no words can capture, "team spirit".
Ever since the boys' and girls' swim teams have
had coed meets, team spirit has been overpower-
ing at these events. For example, as Glenn Thom-
as, Steve Coates, Mark Maizel, lim Nowak, and
Bruce Marteney, each on the varsity level, reached
best times, small chants of encouragement were
being shouted at the ends of each swimmer's lane.
Another example was during the relays, as the
swimmers mounted the blocks, their names would
be chanted until the swimmer was in the water.
,,,1 . J ,
"Captain" Robin Piantadosi soars through
the water, and makes her stroke seem very
You have to talk louder. I can't hear you.
A ?uick meeting during the meet puts the
gir s in the best spirits.
'You mean I have to get back in that cold
water," replies Amcy Sarsany.
Kell Berryman an DeAnne Randall get be-
hincll their relay team.
Coach Ian Haskins looks in amazement at
the great times the girls are swimming.
" "WZ 14. .
,V X' 'fig Wyifiyfbf ' . 1.
A . , aryl.:-I. ,'
1-J+f'f:v:.u" 2 '
QQ .-'mn Qt
I -. lla
Pf: 'l ,zgf-igfigizs,
' - V- Q,"
dev' ,ia hm.
A Team - sticks together through thick and
thin, wins and loses together. This definition de-
finitely fits the girls' swim team. In three years the
girls swim team had gone through three coaches.
Alumnus lan Haskins took over as the team's
fourth coach. From the looks of things, Coach
Haskins didn't seem to have a hard time with these
girls. This team had a lot of talent and learned to
coach themselves in an odd sort of way.
During a typical meet it was very normal to see
senior Robin Piantadosi stand on the blocks and
shout the warm up set to her fellow swimmers.
What is so remarkable is the amount of respect this
team had for each other and the encouragement
that the girls gave one another.
Before a race it was common to hear Kim Woods
and Iulie Cassen, juniors, giving some helpful
hints to other swimmers on how to swim their
events. The crowd could usually find the girls who
were not swimming at the end of the V.P. swim-
mer lanes rooting them on to a victory.
This definition definitely applies to this family,
the Girls Swim Team.
cc 7 79
Wishing Wont Wing Working Will
1. Team hoto: QL to RJ Iulie Ebrite, Michelle Parker, Connie Thomas,
julie Pgrker, Susan Stran e, Nancy Stocker, Angela Benocci, Sherri
Abdalla, Kim Barker, Tris? Fiedler, Kyle Kenn
2. Tryin a new technique in shadow dancing is Kyle Kenny
3. Michgle Parker holds on ti ht durin the uneven bars event.
4. WHOA!! Loot at the pair 0? legs on Susan Strange.
5. Kyle Kenny proves to the onlookers she knows which end is up.
6. julie Parker shows off her winning form, durin the floor exercise.
7. "I'll bend over backwards to please you, and Ii prove it too!" says
After defeating last year' s CIF champion,
Fountain Valley, by 20 points early in the
season, the Spartan gymnastic team was
looking forward with confidence to this
year' s competition. But that was before Julie
Parker, all around winner in CIF competition
for the past two years, fell during the El
Having to work on wooden bars instead of
the more flexible fiberglass which she is used
to, Iulie missed the high bar and landed on
her tailbone. At first the injury seemed
minor, but when it turned out that there was
an injury to the vertebrae and that Iulie
would probably miss the rest of the season,
the team's optimism turned to gloom. Might
she possibly improve in time to return for
CIF competition? Maybe.
Even without her, the team did well, los-
ing by only two points to Tustin even though
Kyle Kenney and others had to improvise
routines. Angela Bonacci and Michelle Par-
ker placed second and first in the all around
competition in that meet.
Coach Andrea Anello has done a fantastic
job with this team in spite of a lack of equip-
ment and shortage of room in the small gym
-fm 'X Yi 1-
' - 'vffvt'LROr--
' lil, A
'f7'.sAf,, v .
X- x V'
. .- ' . . -'Z'
2. "uwQe..whn4, ' Ag 1
1 , ,,, nM"4--
if! ' '
z- ff -ff-1"
1,552 'ggz -if if , I
Z4 'K -"V1".f My '
1 1 f
U , M
I if "7 M "Q
' .. ,ff
In , 'J
Falls up and
down the stairs
at least twice a
Attends classes an
average of 2 times a
Spends all year
trying to convince
not sophomores -
they never suc-
M 4 :.1i..3
q. :' 4
Is counseled and
helped by seniors
Still gets lost on
the way to school.
Still learning the sec-
rets behind cheating
Thinks Betty is the
Works on memoriz-
ing the Alma Mater.
Sophomore Division 243
S ophomoro Loaders
x .11 1
lst row: Craig Alexander, Brian Moore, Charles Gumbusky Znd row: jennifer
Giannini, Mindy Hare, Suzanne Strauss, Monica Young 3rd row: julie Pollard,
Pat Yamada, Mike Keller.
i fVice-President -jeff Kraus
. Af .f " -45361535
1 - if 1 isfsngffwilffff f-
511, f,,,5i?g5,fA-3: ff, 1 L
"!A"l31 fe' 1 ,,. 97
- , iii ra H ohoritz
-f -J" , ap .., -ss.: l 1" '. -t
.if w wff - . wwf
is :ii f
Secretary Beishaar I ,, 1 fr,
N , A' X
f l X fam, , ' l
E xu-iv' VN
44 HX '
My E Q
IW gf, fy Q., i Q f j g ggiggwf QyJ,gi?K
-1 , r
Q W W wg Mfr
.A i 5 ' ., V,-A , an
' V riff' ,, , ,fri 451 fl A ',
I , l A' In ' Ti Mx -A r
- The most embarrassing thing
this year, was when I said,
"Oh, my gosh! " really loud in the
middle of an English test because
H ZOM 2 fBabe!j walked in -
B Kathy K obashi
, ,, , ,,
, ,S 'L i
' 1-an ,,. ,
4 Z 1' fx 1
"Remember the apple zghts at lunch?"
' "Hi f lv' 'WW '77':f" 15x57
2 f :I "hge
aee be f
1 1 4
any .aw ,.
l f , f .,,
'1 if ' aa- f
Z , ,fe
,l nf 'Viz
.1--.,, V ,, A
Smile pretty for the camera,
Watch out Brooke Sheilds,
here l come!"
V 'Jw ' 'i-fra
yy! I 7 an 2,4 V f,
--44 , ic Jn ,I
X " 1- iv' I 1,-:af '1 - ' r' -9 " '
' ' ,Jr " 'wi '15
If 1 0
' A W
'f 0 K
'FW 67-4.3: ?
Q , hh
. f ,, wg,
' My '
f Hi' 57 ,
'K ' , V f-1 ,
, L 1 Q ' A
L F' w JZ
- 4 -. ,fl
Vx if ,
. ' f n
,X ' Iv
, 'A 1 '
,,,j. , f I: ,,,4 I , V , , 1 ?
E A Z hi I fi
' " fs . ' uf? 'fl
, fl: . 'R' , .V
My ,. ffwf 'ff f f X f-1 -ff.: -19, A ' '
1 ay 1 ' 'f'Loi,.' " W 1
.1 as ,nf 2 Q
X f ,i I,
4-419 A ,I
m ,. -if
' 'ai-59' ff-211717 ' Y' "" , . , i ,A , , A, .,
,Q -' 423 - ' ' " 'A , A' ' QA, 4 ,i ,. 'fgff,,,Qg ,f'4f3,:1., 'ifffy ,f ' "
. X Ji f fA ,. f "wt
A I Q m 1.5 55 943: ' :gif ,frzlj 2 3,572 xw ..
. Y f A A "' A., . -qA 4 A
V 4. .3 A iw " 414 if 1 . A
A 4. .43 A 4 A A ., 7, if Y ig I
x .,' A A-A A QQ ' " 3 ' f'
,sh I, 11 ' 7
,ff J- if ' " I A
Qx, 5 , 'iz ,
3, A f ' A' 1 2 . A,
,I . " , H 4
ak Z 141' I 1 "' "V 'Qc " 1 -3
' ff I 'af - , ' 44' z
'cv X -1 fc H .L 1 VA
" j , l , "
""i"'- C' f' S .w A "wg '
' f,,A , ' ' , A , V
'33 st. Ar 4 4, 5 21: gg -A4 A
V1 Y Ai 2' 1 '
V 1 f -4 f .
, , A r K ' - A
,K , X ,AA , J
, 1 A. V , ' 2 ' If V
4 R I A 1
M P 621 +A 11 5 A S .A ,A "
f.vV21w'-'1-, , 3: 1 1 ,gn i. ' A A 1 'f '
Q! A ' bf f .,. A ,
- A li , 4. i. . if A A l . 1 ' 1
7 A -4 ' ' f- V - 1 ' - ' A
' Ag ,- , M: ' A
ii ,,:- 'I :A f H V' 4
' f Aim A A . A s. ' '
" .A :I N'-1: ,.,
vp, 11 ., ? 4 A A , Ag .
:YZ f 4 y '
4 V ,,-J I I j . U L A xl 5
, -,sr A- -.Q s!'A , V ,7 -
. 'L' 41, I
A ,,. .
"This is no time for gos
Leslie and Kathy ham it up for the cameraman
- T i N 0, 4 rlrfl is
f 'E 4
' 4' "ff .
, , 1 an .. ,, fi 'Z a W Y
' ln , , -4, f ' V '
. rv -,uf A f
, ' -1 - 2 4' I, 1
- , gi f
K ' A .7 VZ
H A ,A I,
"'A"'lMl-'i - K
"E 1, 1 h 'H
XCUS6 7726, WL 07257 Cl SOP OTIZOT6.
Brzan E tier
if I ff Q1
2 f- g f i - ' 4
Vs -Z vw, wfx , U ' if Q V 1
Qi' ,. :gs 5' 7,f'5i+51 , a ' Q "
I 'iff . ' A' "'A A l ' l
li 4 'Z Q- , -
1 .fir "',, V "ia
-f -s f 553
, 1 fi
l fe ' '
'UK ' Lp,
' ' "ffl
X-1.5: ?' V 74
' , I'
0 'J -, 5' .1
f Q, H l
.. ' L ' 'df fri ' A I
"He really said that about
Friends are forever.
'just be cz sophomore, don? try to be anything more,"
Michelle M iller
. Y , J
, U' X
' . ..,,, ',,- .
K5 Na u., A
4 ' 4
if Z '
.5 'f 1, :Z f
db V V j ?f':-f:f"'j-2,124 A
,., aff A" 1- 551' 44:1
V f 1 '- frigf-1.57, .1
ffizgf -V if
X! fe f
if ff 'fa l 4 'J
The agony of it all!
Please Bruce, just one
l ,?iwL:,'1 .
! will '
"Stay immature while you can!"
. x U
3' B? f
Karey N ixon
Best buddies forever'
"l'm sure, we won't break
I ' '
g f ? ' ' .
S ii ' -ff
'Q 'f -:Q '
, I 5 A
C 1 V'
" , f 1'4-
is - .Zia 1
,, ' i
- ,ua-, ,. f
1, I 1 1 I
' Z , as
if i ,
. f V ff 1
, K., 4'
, ' ,-
1 i l I 3
5 1 .1 ., i
'few - y
Xl' V n I
e -V37 rv-fff
f gay, 1: -4, 1,-
, If 1 . Z
, 3 ,
Vx '- 'f ,
r C3 3.
1 , 1 ,4
.-. ,. r...
I . . ,U 1 f e, ry
f , V- ,X ff
'J ' , ' ,1-
if 85:2 J 1 'F
Ki . I f
' " 'WI V!! f '
, Lis f'
, V , 1 1.
N .. 9
f , A-1 '
,Zz j -T, 4.
i 'Y 2
"Remember when Moody went over the hill?"
W 0 'f
ff 4 4'
. ,H ,.a . 1- ,ggfglgiijf
., ,,,V V I1
. W 6
' I ,
' if 1?
C hris Tirmey
' r we
, 2 , , A 1:
' , , -. ' U
f ' ee
3 1 9
f ' 4 ef
Ar ,, 3 W e Ang ying:
, ' 3 ,f N 1 4
4, -'W-av V A , f -,, ,
4' f f 1
1:-rqwz.-,,f' ' V
1 - 4 I'
jeff Cohen, the cente
attention at lunch!
Mary Sue Strnsky
johnny Van Dixhorn
james Van Vooren
The life of a sophomore
-- H fypff
V j':'99l"5'1 .4J'Pe7"1-4'st1'V', '3 ,ffl , 'w':fV'c"
iw , .
lynn 'U '
-- 'V fl J? .. .f , 2
af'-' v . " ' 1, . " iz
P. , ,I 4 .
- V y - Y- . 4 4
I f-asf ' 1: I "' iii'
15 if ,-P I 44.19 . f,. , ,
H "' L 0
I t , f .5
X V ""' , ""' ,1,.?f'Z4ff1V'Vfi' ' " . . ' ""
" f " ' . ' ' 'ay
A 7 .V , ff .. 1 y 4,
' "W . , J . '
, 1' ,A W '
fn ff ,4 " ff J -rV4h',V,,
' I PM 5 74, 1431: f
I 4-44.,,. ,, .- - 7 4' it .
1 A' V Az f
' 7 ,ffffr ,,,. If .f f . .
'- fl, V' " - ,W .
- 'J .2 'Y . . Ya f .
?f7f15?f?W5VV'f :'f'f?5f'07 -"f'Q1.vD.m+Z'-,. 'WW f WW' 'V
V 1 . .f . W V, f V - ,fy ffl milf , , .
' . 'QE-1.1 1 -4 ,V ' X' ' . VZ , +54 1 ., V, ' reign.,
.. -, ' ,,1.. i H . - ',,f ff . ' L, -,,,, rap.
.g V. ., ,. V V . , V' V -1-,V f
U - -., 1,1 af .- . 2 ,M " ' ..,. ,Wy-
, If ," -4 - "H
. --1 .9 W Q , y , V. V V, -. 'M -1. ia
' - -. .D ' .V I. - --,. ' -3.1.1 fu . 54
A . i f, fm.-Mr I , K V7 V Qv 14 2
, ' , ' .. f L if . ,, 1
'- :QA V - A ' W- .eff 1
:"7?"f" 74... ,V 4' ' 'W , 1' ' '
V pw ' V . fi if a V
T V t I . fflwrfwfr . T J 51
as f 5 H ' X. , ' ,. ' '
.,- , V C, ,
f xii "
, c, y',, I
ff, , 5 .4 - Z 4 "Ja: . .
f i -.-, . . . W . . . wg-e
i ffl I , fat l af, ' f
, .4 5 rfjf,',, 7 ff H' W
ff. 4 'V -4
4 V Q lx. A I
4' mn Sn- 3' ' V 4?
. , V , as 1
V J , x ,V I
-.ik -. fy . ,431
J I ' 4 I V
I V, 'f f P' . --
J "' , ,. 3 'S"'X 6 ,I
f V. lx
1 Al' I N
. " , A
J ,. i
,I -M V ff
fbi ' "xii V " '
- ' T 22, . ' Ng.,
How dun! F f ... ,.
"I love you, Brandon Hunt!
'-::fQ? -M?'2'W'4 ' "' - 'L '- '- " -.L
S olbhommfes S how Their S tuff!
' 'iii' 42231 . , '1':1.',"r:-1,1
G ' QQM0
59,f.y4.:f,f. . -
-1 K ff?
4 l X l
And They Lived Happily Ever After
Prince Charles and Lady Di marry in the royal
A Woman's Work ls Never Done
Sandra Day O'Conner - first woman named as
264 Current Events
Technology At lt's Best
The Voyager Z catches glimpses of Saturn. H
An Infamous Act Of Crime
Anwar Sadat brutally assassinated.
. ' iid.
i',' 'W f
The Friendly Skies Who Wouldn't Fly
The air traffic controllers' strike grounds all flig
P P J--,
,, www , . - li sm "7'Yf'1jff
V' 1 -,1'- f Y5:T"Q3?1g? E33-iv,fw:-ij
ri P- 1 'Eli n M
at 'FJ 'yi' i? hp,f1i3'f-.10 .i
vw v- ,W
-1' 0 -421: -T
- - 1'
lohnny Get Your U.S. Made Gun
The Boys In Blue Come Through
A I L.A. Dodgers win the World Series for the first
U.S.A. sends aid to El Salvador's military.
time in live years.
- Qg, . I A,
-'wh f 1 if ,
The Tragedies Of The Trade
Losses of Natalie Wood, john Baluschi, Paul Lynd,
William Holden, lack Albertson, shock show
Current Events 265
Columbia Shoots Off lnto Space
The first space shuttle returns safely.
Retailers Fear A Deep And Long Recession
Sales during holiday season at an all time low
N ybftg, ,
Diablo Canyon - Whose Fault ls lt?
Crops Ruined By Pesky Medflys
infestation threatens California agriculture
' J i, A
I A ,,,4,g,-5.
Nuclear Power Plant closed due to architectural
266 Current Events
Equal Rights For All Involved?
The ERA still looking for ratification.
One For The Road
New law instated to keep drunk drivers off
lust A Twist Of The Wrist
Rubic's Cube becomes favorite pastime.
"Yo no tlro la pelota"
Fernando Venezuela demands million dollar raise.
Current Events 267
H RD W
F A cz u :Jr Y
fm w,,'.,,,,,,N ,,
I 4 t I
4 ' ..
lu fl C'
,. "gf '
H . If
,ev ,, , Y Y,i M
4 fm, 1 5
1 Www kg? v
I 1 '
Knows the names of
every student in all
of his classes, even
though many of
them don't know
Runs forty reams of
paper through the
each year and finds
V4 of it on the floor.
Obtains a chronic
case of HCHALK-I
when a student
makes no effort and
then excuses his fail-
ure with the state-
men "I tried".
""Vrnv--ff ' -V '
Is regularly accused
of being unfair,
especially when he is
trying his hardest to
give someone a
thing about his for-
mer students except
Gets a sudden case
of laryngitis starting
on Monday at 7:45
am and ending on
Friday at 2:35 pm.
513,903 and 329,154
on how long he has
' ': 31. - :ff 7:-'-221: V 1
. +3113 4' E
f if 531 - i
V. ' 1. i
- M: wi' 5. 1..
1 7 I
- "f "'1 .. vm- ',
2 5 'c-.-,Q-'f:"i1?fff'f.'Q."'
gg Q, - 'ffj' diff .g',1j1'321f
.5 , , Q .-524593 fix. .1
. , 'S -31174f4.'t'-?ii"?'f2?f 213
in .W ,
5-7 11 v M.. 'V 'azgnq-3
gM4'ff?.g4,,f 52325572552 vfjifuf
, :sf-r.. -1 .o.-4 ?3f,'5i?Lif44f'1'
I 911 - .. fzfiw .5 2
5 --1 . ,- ,,:l . ,-1,0399 3
. f ,.,f . :'W"i'f-
' 'f ' . . .4 59.91" "
4 . . .
- 'L f- 12 if "li: "9 I ' ' .
.kfgfw If yqgfjw
lack Rowe takes time out to help some students.
Dominick Corridino, A man and his idol.
Grace Messerall, girls' P.E. attendant.
john Meulmester inspects some ottery.
Chuck Kates tries to make a ood, impression in front of his class.
Keith Reid breaks it easy to fob Richards that he has another s.w.s.
Bob Edwards tries hypnosis to make them understand.
Bob Mckie calls "last call for bets."
Bob Cameron proves that mathematics isn't all that hard.
David Colville calls up his sharky to get some quick cash.
.'mmfi-.... , 7 ' -Q
Many teachers have lasted through the turmoil of V.P.H.S.
life for as long as the school has been open. Surprisingly, four-
teen of them have been here at Villa Park for the entire eighteen
years, and most agree that it has been fun.
Counselor Keith Reid said, "l've only gotten eighteen years
older," when asked how he had changed since he arrived at
VPHS. He also remembers when KNBC came on campus to
film student life for a television program.
English teacher lack Rowe, who found time amid teaching
chores to publish a novel which, it is said, when read back-
wards reveals scandalous truths about these dark years, recalls
one humorous incident from the past. It seems assistant princi-
pal, Steve Ellish was caught flying a home-made kite in the
quad area during fifth period. Rowe, in a typical laid back cre-
ative mood, also stated, " . . . a neck tie feels strange on my
Eastern neck because I rarely wear them any more."
The other ''eighteen-years-to-lifers'' shown here have held
up well under the strain. Corridino, Messerall, Meulmester,
Kates, Edwards, McKie, Colville, Cameron - names etched in
the sands of time.
'I Q I
f .. ,im V . ,
-..1, .mv -
.. , ' gp' '
Iames Proffitt awakens after his fifth period siesta.
Bruce Campbell is unconcerned about his ruler being glued to the
lack Dennen introduces "Demolition Derby Driving" to his Driver's
Phil Thoner attempts to convince his British Lit. class that William
Shakespeare is not the lead vocalist for "Queen"
Rod Williams explains why Pythagoras never made it as a standup
Al Finlayson is shocked as he receives his first S.W.S.
Norm johnson chirps to his invisible pet bird.
Elbert Smith shares a humorous anecdote about the life cycle ofa one
led W it
March 19, 1965 . . . a Soviet astronaut opens a door and
steps into space while orbiting the earth at a speed of 18,600
m.p.h. june 9 . . . U.S. officers in Saigon are authorized to
send American troops into ground combat when requested
by South Vietnam, a major departure from previous policy
which limited their role to defensive missions.
Friday, August 13 . . . five hundred National Guard troops
move into the Watts area of Los Angeles as a crowd of 7,000
exploded into rioting for the second night. September . . . Rod
Williams, Al Finlayson, Norm Johnson, and Elbert Smith be-
gin teaching at Villa Park. Oct. 4 . . . Pope Paul VI visits New
York. "Disarmament," he says, "must be the first road to-
ward world peace."
Vince DeFalco, Sylvia Won, Alex Masucci, Bob Sa-
kaue, Marilyn Hettick, Esther Danker, Marian
Pierce, and Dick Brunt all have something in com-
mon with the sophomoresp they're all about the same
age. The teachers have been here 15 and 14 years,
and that's how old the sophomores are when they
arrive at Villa Park.
Art teacher Sylvia Won, who has been here 15
years, said her most memorable moment was the
National Honor Society First Induction in the Spring
of May 80. Mrs. Won said the way the students have
changed from today and yesterday is their "lack of
discipline." She feels she's changed since getting
here in the way of "bending with the wind."
1. Vince DeFalco reads The Daily Life ofa Communist.
2. Sylvia Won says to class, "Are you going to pay for these
gasses or should l?!"
3. lex Masucci gives a lecture on the earthworm.
4. Bob Sakaue holds on for his life during the earthquake.
5. Nancy Crossman, librarian, looks at the latest issue of Pluygirl.
6. Marilyn Hettick demonstrates her new recipe for Italian salad
7. Esther anker tries to reach out and touch someone.
8. lNi11arian Pierce struggles to smile despite another pile of grade
9. Dick Brunt offers his first period U.S. History class automatic
A's for attending the girls cross country meet.
if , Q
Where were you fourteen years ago? Bob Haysom has just
spent his first year in Villa Park's modern auto shop. The Murphy
twins, Vince and Dog, had revolutionized the history depart-
ment in their first year as Spartan mentors. Neva Stoffers, as the
Dean's secretary, had just begun her climb to her current position
on the executive staff.
Russ Murphy's favorite memory is of an incident that occurred
a year or two later. He was involved in an experiment for the
benefit of two classes of psychology students. As he was present-
ing a lecture in front of sixty students, he was confronted sud-
denly by a "stranger" Cin reality fellow teacher Greg Benoitj. As
the students looked on, an argument ensued. At the height of the
argument, Benoit drew a small revolver and fired three times.
Murphy fell forward to the floor and lay motionless as the assail-
ant ran outside. The hysteria and confusion which resulted was
the basis for the lesson on the following day.
Legend has it that, to this day, "Dog" has never written an-
other lesson plan.
T' T if 1
I , ,V 1,
I ' 'I,,7.,V 4
,aff f if kp.-f,
I W.,7:, , ' f.
L If In ' fq , f: 'V
4 ' ffff-' ' ' 7 Wj,J.gfZ'iz,g wjwt.
-1 ,MM " ' ' J, ,M Z. .H,1"ry,'q
fir f 'f , 2
,Wwq-'gy , ,WV ly ,NW I, WW.,-,4.,., ,'-. .
f I ,,, - .,f,,, WWWV 1-ja I .3 f.,
444 1 ' 4 V 4 - Gai a- ..
www 7, ff'-we ,4 , . '
.,QV.,4, 1, -MAQWII, 54" V I , -efam, I Marg.
.v,,..f.fg. 1.-4 5. 'ff , .mf f , . hwmff wf V J , f, , . , -I ,F
Mffw ysifffyw 1-f,.4,4a,,7 ! "' . mga? 'wzffwv -43g,Cg:.w
WWW 'I f r, "fb, 'H-1 , " ',. -"U, ffkv "', 1-"'!'1a' Lg
"" 9" 41.70 W W - 1 'aff . "7 -If ' K'
f-ff-4!f1fff2ffW4Zf' .2 ""4..w " 1 f 'W V. '-rw
,,ofZf.. ' WffzitfM',g'iw4Lg4,fJ-,:t'WV'ff' .W ,.ff-'mif'fg,1' '- 53?
3,1251 f Lf," f C, f "K Q.Q.y2f.,f2f4fM,,,'f2, 'Z Wyfhfys " 715 942-wiv," A M, ' "'! gf 11:
f MfZ1i.. af" f ' Wffffmazfu wffl-. ., "5 ff'ffwfi'-21"r'fW" fffpvt- if 1
W.. r 4, 1. gf 7l,y f9i,1,f,fVf1 . f.. .. . ,W
ffkiw' ' 4- 'I f'?f "4Wt""f w,"'fH'f'4i- if "few ff' ,. f V la 'iff'-.
Hg. ,. ,l,,,, .,,4,m4, .5 .1,hM,,,,c,,,g,!5. WW., W V ,...
42" 1,ffzgzM,.,2?Q4f!ff'.L,., ...,.f'f"?'-,,l Affiyrii-ofi-Zv5z:fv" rf 'V
ffl' f ,Ziff
f ,f f
f f f
1 ,, ,- -. f'.f.',3a
. - 2:1411
A, ,. 15352107-i'ji
--'wit-1w'Mj ' 1 Maia ,
5 I J' .1
f ,- . , ' X
A, ,.,, ,,, ,.,,,, , ..
1. Vince Murphy tells the photographer to leave his classroom.
2. Russ "Dog ' Murphy making aces at the camera between classes.
3. We were not able to get a picture of Bob Haysom, so his auto class
built this statue
Neva Stoffers, flooded with work, was too busy to look at the
5. Evelyn Ching stares at the clock, wondering when the bell is going
6. Leo Fracalosy explains to students why he is goofy about safe driv-
. Ie Looker tries to teach his wild woodshop class.
Bar ara Morton frowns as she reads off her class's grades.
. Don Thompson whistles at some girls jogging.
2, if ,na f rwmnw, '
.. .. ,IL 5, I W, 6.4. 2-f V ' - ., V ' -rq:a::.1.'faa,-an-ali,fflaawt-fr
, 0 -1: Qflzf- Ay ' Q 'f .tg 55--
.11 ,. . ...ff M., ... . . , .. . ,.
Changes. In 13 years there have been a lot of them, some
good, some not so good. Evelyn Ching feels that today's
Spartans are more friendly than those of the past. That's
good. Not so good is her memory of the controversy of the
late '60's when ASB president Bob Gumpertz refused to sa-
lute the flag.
Leo Fracalosy fondly recalls the time eight years ago when
he, Al Hackney, and Russ Murphy ran for faculty club offi-
cers. "Steve Wilson was our campaign manager," he says. "lt
was a very dirty campaign with many election irregularities.
It culminated with Enid Taylor threatening to sue 'Dog'
Murphy for slander."
jerry Looker, the traditional Santa at the faculty breakfast,
remembers the Yule season when they "roasted" departing
.,.7A, 5 vice-principal Bud Davis.
Q LA ey if Q.. t," NJ Maybe things don't change much, after all!
'ss Q gi.fE4'f' W A' Faculty 277
1. Bob Hughes discovers that being head football coach can
cause worry lines.
2. Debi Craib reads a story to her English class.
. Roberta Jester does her eye excercises while she teaches
4. Nancy Castricone, adaptive P.E. teacher, smiles encourage-
ment to her student.
5. Math teacher Jean Schneider uses her overhead projector as a
art time sunlam
6. Elorne Economics teacher Luella Syler frowns as her students
sew their projects to her pants.
Q , '
" Many people have given of their time and services to Villa
. ,,,, Park High School for eleven and twelve years. Barbara
' Kurek, Modern World History teacher, commented, "The
' l"' ' thing I like best about Villa Park High School is the terrific
students that have left their mark on my memory during the
X F' past eleven years."
7. Greg Benoit shows his student how to operate a camera.
8. Dr. Ron Poland, assistant principal, is disgusted at the sight of pa-
9. arbara Kurek contemplates life as she teaches Modern World His-
10. Counselor Nancy Murray assists a student in his future career plans.
Anne Folkert complains about her
We don't have to tell Coach Oach
Zoe Gibbs demonstrates the tech-
nique of kissing as she draws a
diagram on the oard.
Tim Stevens tries to hide the dirty
picture he drew on the board.
jim Seal has finally decided to
change to cafeteria food.
Pat Barrett says," My dog ate my
copy of Hamlet."
Betty Eagles shows us her new
Joy Iseli shows how much she
likes the new attendance system.
Can you find Marilyn Groover?
Sue Gardiner goes throixixgh the
motions of turning into onder
Betty Fisher tries to remember
where she left her glasses.
Ron Lindsay tries to explain what
happened to him when he was so
Karen Moore tends to business as
f- . W,
vt Af f
.W ' '
. . -a ru.. . I'
' ,ff Ujffazif
Who are these familiar faces?
To new and old students, these faces look familiar because
these teachers, custodians, and secretaries have been around
for 7-9 years.
These people have seen and have gone through many
changes at Villa Park, CIF championships, Prop. aff 13, and the
J., iff '
addition of the new benches are the major events they remem-
These teachers have also experienced many changes in them-
selves. Allan Trefry, activities director, states he is more calm
and confident in running his activities. Dave Lawrence, draft-
ing instructor, feels he is more organized, more educated, and
able to be more flexible to the ever changing needs of the stu-
1 so u
Pl r ,
Smile, Betty Burnett, it's candid camera.
Dave Lawrence sketches his dream house.
What new activities does Allan Trefry haviflanned?
Schedule changes keep head counselor, ary Anne
Owsley bus .
jeff Ehrlich hlolds on to the desk to keep his balance.
Earwin Elliot takes a breather during the long, hard
Steve Garrahy remembers where he left his book.
Bob Graupensber er is dumbfounded by a question.
Barbara Poole looEs pleased with her new job in work
G' ly Ruiz, don't take the tractor, you'll kill yourself!
Dave White looks shocked by some ofthe captions in
r , My,
Each of these members of the Villa Park staff has been
"shopping" around this school for five to six years. This was
way back in the olden days when prices were low and people
could actually buy a loaf of bread without breaking their bud-
get. They will probably still be working here and "bringing
home the bacon" for another five to six years. So watch out
returning Spartans, because they'll be "producing" many
more rules and regulations to keep you in line!
. '. 'gil
lx ,' A gig g ..t . 3
.I 1 A J V, M It
,. , 'Z 11' , - ' e.
"a '. i - - 1 lf ,
Q...--w ... 3 ' f p.,,,j -- i
,Q sg V N 5, 6
4 fvggifzefafzl ,1
, ,V.3,,?, . J
a q i
, IV' :r ef
ff- ' "ff 01 H" 'f G 1,
155319. - .ir
.f 539.171, -f.,
' fff ,. ,g.,4,.,a
f oxwj. ,
. r mf: H , :W '24-2 ,Q 'A
f if fp
Q ,fn Q A f
f wff 127
J tri! if J,
liz? ' V
fff X f,
WM ' ' ,,
f 1' iff!!
rf f,-mf , j
I ' I
f .,l 5
if If if
"Y 7fl1fWmlW'ar4kWfW:7hWl4iWwJVAW7mvlW7v11nw2vI6 774011
f:i2'.Zc"f ' V
Grace Fritz can't seem to remember what she was writing.
"You see class, this is where the native plant, Cannabis grows."
explains Dave Shelton.
Darlene Wilson grits her teeth and looks to see if anyone knows
that her fingers are caught in the ty ewriter.
Sherry Smith tries to remember where she is as her sixth period
history class does their calisthenics.
Virginia Brady bites her tongue in an effort to stay silent during
House of Representatives meetin .
"Okay, give me the cash now ang these answers are yours!" says
Ray Shanafelt shuffles through papers in a state of panic.
"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, ' Rob Robinson
reads to his British Lit. class, not realizing yet that he has been
glued to his stool.
ute Brent Baily . . . real Cute!
"High peaks and deep valleys," is Val Popov's descrip-
tion of his four years at Vila Park. Expressing a similar
sentiment is Special Ed, teacher Kay Husson. "lt's been
interesting, colorful, and detrimental to my physical well
being," she says.
"I've enjoyed my time here," says Dennis Moody,
"but when you have to fight for your job, that takes some
of the fun out of it." With enrollment dropping and the
teaching staff being trimmed, Moody was not the only
staff member concerned about his job. Speech teacher
Suzanne Center spent her year under the ax while lead-
ing the Speech Team to record heights, and secretary
Betty Barrett took on two jobs at once.
286 Faculty 4
.ft N. Q A
1 f 4
.vw-ww-xt-. .fs NMA
,atiiff r ,gs If
lim Cruikshank pretends to be the Fonz.
BettyuBarrett types with her eyes closed so that she won't hear the Xerox
"Hey, Iookey here, classp I'm the teacher, so be cool," says Val Popov.
Kay Husson attem ts to shoot her tiddlywink into the bucket.
After just leaming Eow to tie his shoe, Dennis Moody concentrates in an
attempt to do it by himself.
Dr. lack Fox concentrates on defense.
Lee Curtis pretends not to notice the books burning on the shelves.
Suzanne Center tries to muster up a pose for this plcture.
Iamie Brown smiles in German for the Camera.
"I vant your blood . . . " snorts drama teacher Linda janicki.
Y 7 K 2
"My most memorable experience at V.P.H.S, was being in
charge of the pep squad class," Stephanie Cunningham sta-
ted. Many teachers at Villa Park High School have also been
faced with such tasks as hers. Marlene Virus, the school
nurse has been trying to get all of the health education she
can into students. Alma Reed, secretary in personnel, enthu-
siastically states, "I have no goals. I love my job and I love
helping all of the students -the good and the bad."
A mol is
Bob Rammaciotti's most memorable moment as a teacher
was when he and his wife got in a fight and his wife went to
the school where he was teaching and walked into the class-
room, handed him a flower, kissed him on the cheek, and
walked out. The class then asked who she was and he had
replied, "I've never seen her before."
Marvel Iohnson, along with keeping the nurse's office in running
order, has had 4 foreign exchange students reside at her home
. Stephanie Cunningham teaches ceramics and is looking forward to
the continued growth in the art department.
. Marlene Virus enjoys herself in her new office.
Steve Tarabilda expresses his feelings about the basketball team
lerry Smith stands guard at the entrance to the sports equipment
room as he finishes his famous line of, "Get out of here!"
Sue jordan helps a few students overcome their handicaps.
. Pat Mahoney calmly discusses the advantages of taking metal shop
. Bob Rammaciotti enjoys teaching and the students in his classes
Alma Reed feels that becoming friends with the students is a very
important part to her job.
vl' .aa ,
b,haF2Y.i.i' -, ,L
Grace Paulson smiles happily because she got
a note to go home early.
Mary Silzel eagerly types her daily report.
Mr. riendly, urt Wahl, reads the " heory of
Relativity" to his chemistry scholars.
On his reak, Dave Nelson, tells his friend
about his first tri to Malibu Grand Prix,
And here is Bill ghamberlain!
Such enthusism, yes, it has to be . . . Band
Director Richard Polley.
Karen Warner explica como hacer las tortillas,
Mary Ester Blakley tries to pinch the notes she
sang to show her students what they look like.
Giving his class a warning laser shot from his
Ben, ravis Haskins orders them to be quiet.
reading the task of typing Saturday work stu-
dies, Harriet Colburn me itates.
OH NO, don't show this to my Spanish class,
thetylllgo LOCO," states Lydia Arellanes.
Ly ia uznetsov would rather play tennis.
wi 'L' 'l'
.' 4 Wm. gf?-. . '-
This year Villa Park's faculty was blessed with four new
faces: Lydia Arellanes, Pep Squad Advisor and Spanish
teacherg Harriet Colburn, secretary to assistant principalg
Travis Haskins, annual and journalism teacherp and Lydia
Kuznetsov, Algebra 1A teacher.
Getting off to a good start isn't easy at a new school when
you don't know what to expect. A memorable experience for
Mr. Haskins was when all his Advanced Comp. students
turned in their assignments on time. Good luck to the new
items on the supermarket shelf, hope your stay is a profitable
-,421 vfzfl- -
4.3! .f,. ram - f
gy' :P '- , 'I E7
5 Q4 ,
Time Flies When Y0u're Having Fun
Eight years of dedication - that's what Activities Direc-
tor Allan Trefry has given to Villa Park High School. He has
spent an immeasurable amount of time participating in
Each morning Mr. Trefry guided the A.S.B. Cabinet in
times of trouble, during heated disputes, and in hours of
work and planning. As Key Club advisor he has led
through bench washing, basketball game food sales, and
on-again, off-again Sweetheart Dances. He has served as
temporary cheerleader advisor and has swum often with
the Scuba Club.
We offer our warmest Wishes at Orange High. Villa Park
will miss him.
. sy, QQ.
1. I .
Thank you for all the support and help you have given the entire
Cabinet. We could not get along without your guidance and persever-
ance. At one time or another we have all depended on you.
Robin Piantidosi, A.S.B. Treasurer
Villa Park High wouldn't have run smoothly without him. He gets
here at 7 a.m. and doesn't leave until he gets his job done. Mr. Trefry is
the hardest working member on our Cabinet. He's always there when
we need him and never too busy to stop and help.
Cathy O'Neill, A.S.B. Commissioner of Pep
Mr. Trefry is one of I 5 1 I.
those special people who f I , 1 'ff'
help others - always . '
there to guide the stu- f
dents in any project, al- .Q
ways there to help the 5
staff. Memories from high 'W
school years come from A '
I think Mr. Trefry is the
Key Club advisor so he
can eat a bacon, egg, and
hashed brown breakfast gil,
School Board Rep
,M ' V
Mr. Trefry has been in-
volved in every activity on
this campus. He has been
the person to see concerning
anything and everything.
The Congress meetings ran
smoothly and efficiently be-
cause of his knowledge.
Fortunately for many of
us who have worked with
him, he has kept his ever-
present sense of humor. Vil-
la Park is losing a great Acti-
vities Director. He will be
In eight years Allan Tref-
rey has touched the lives of
hundreds of students. He is
a very caring, sensitive per-
son who has guided stu-
dents yet given them space
to grow. He is always will-
ing to help where needed.
We will miss him
For the years that I have been here at Villa Park High School, Allan
Trefry has come to be a very good friend. I enjoy being associated with
things that Allan is part of. We have had fun performing together in our
Christmas program, and having fun around has eased the pain of pres-
sures. He is a hard working guy whom everyone loves and whom every-
one is going to miss.
Mr. Trefry 293
W V1 14
J' , 4
He buys everything,
but spends nothing.
With publicity as his
goal, the advertiser
tells about everything
except the products
he wants to sell.
along feeling dead
While visions of dol-
lar signs fill in his
Donates to "worthy"
causes so much that
his business is essen-
With one hand out-
money, the other is
outstretched giving it
to people like us who
Waits by the phone
for answers to his ads.
Spends more money
advertising in the
Pennysaver than any-
Closes the shop early
on a good day.
Advertising Division 295
'EWG Dudfwcvc had
5OYf'C390odE game bm
3 . N
2 66259 , , LQ
'R 'W' ce9 Qglx Q
O DON-pow YQ
515 " QLSNQPY Q
my 111120 Ban ws Q
fzfw ff 5f N
buf wt gof
an SO' ULJCCOIW C+ Y-ne!
Ks ' W
'smws S. f if1.ovc: a ff
Han era-up sz Jr' p
Q ,X f FYLIR
Q. YARN' BDOOQJE,
? ' Bowen-R 521
CHESTER ' ' An ' ' '
N he, nLfv:gsd 8"'1 m1-Pvc -
":fg'4-5 :TQ no I.
IJVJ7--IP 5 'namu X' A
Q1 Q '1
G7 oxxz Ha -4
5555 H 4
,ox F E: WK 5
IQ 3.5 Sk flefrglgndsg'
Ez ' g "' 09 670 mm!
X 'me Lfvv
F' d xi: reuefi L. ri 'Shi 5' d H H- ZS'o.F-F' ME-H
LYYWV-Tm U3?n4i?.'5S"J Dawn CE5e"2J 5'TC2lon3?o:nvl4eTl 0130 ?
px b -'HN d T'
Charles 5f31'?n5T',e5.f5, 2.w,o3.n+,"1f'.e55, Q nd D. H, ELL
five You YYTQMOPRQ5 vue, have -izoredef, 554:45 pa'-,LV
mas on cloud Q, P95501 ni9h+5:2C
"-Fiyrgver'-E I-or-i K Sudq '5 house, 525' W2
wwf 5,fj?jy 33,3 F3432 ffjfw, rg
' o u er t '
Fffinda FHwa-13, fy
Elaine and L-LSQ I,
H65 V+ GREAT TIMES wiw E
Sgnnby. Lisa, MAE, b:B5nEm4a5
J 'PP' f LME, n'Y-7 EJALJ K--Pu
If . .' 'k M A ' lx
Mn' sf '.L2iw' z.?f?,52.'?f
LOZE bEA1LE'5L75 p.6'Ri:,,f-fm S
930 THE 6143, 5 QM '
0 Ice G0-GO
iff Q15 wfAJ,"?A'f'fR52ixSQ'2
ODESS 5 op
aogvf f 1-SY? O. ?
3 News 55
neu, rs ot ng J:Lel.vvm,1w4-5,4
kf Ln g
Great t:nf:e5w:th,NTJCp v V'
Crr. vm an n1.:r..z. -nn. mm. 5
cm J'G,.K-2-.'lf11H-l2,DJ'kD-H- 6 3 -
- 4A M F, rf-Q
-a"' at M
,X L ' , QM :I
mff?St3l0"?Lff3?ef'6gfv2Q'f' 3 8 3
fammfdla Q :vw Phpfm' 13 2 X:
thc u 'U x Q 5 qw W' '
5?,f?9n?i32L! 9 Sy.: 4 . 5 Q
?4 30.3 I W q A
'EE G 4
G 7 V E vu . lg .
momma Tri, wve S5-95,5 Rowdy, Sltz,SIy, Buffer -The Gang
955 mpfggm 1
1 . x .,4" '
5"-W'f'm?1w M- fa- P16156 Hai 1
"" GRID 5
U ' 17' 2' Q9
?i?'li.t?,X5,?fi2ifm?112Z" 'EC' SM -4'
rambles! windbglzi is, 'S IK gfggguwwfgisg sg iv
izeaaqxffsxzfaagfzssfzre M' PL M :M gs ac. yi:-Qg'+,,.f Qvdafiffzf 22,2 5
4 Sf M 4 3553
V Q 3 v 'JNJHBJNOE' Riuqvg
Buefsuas Qgfvggff-dgwwh ff
55000 ON I 3+m1f'51?1uvTQ smwmwfafgw
m S .
if Q QA
' I-X ,
flfmrori z QW Q3
REIVEEZI 1-AML llafg- of
9004 Bdglj' A 1 ,J SK: efad
I 7Nc'V67f' BEZJVK1
I 1006 you 171- gl
'PAun. to Whcmq
Lf- Sl f
I Uwe u. au--J sl 66.4115
BE srwians ??QEVER
gram ' 'THNOK
HHW16 QL:1OoTnHES.' '
tr - Tl-hftbikf' F230 BEIMQ
fm' r. qrenjtuq eagle-L
. , E
nEv5r Famer Am'cFYm,
THEYC Ll-CUEYOLL HU..
CI' U ST TWG LCNFDI
Cpwiv WYWNG 'VO
Gar C "
fm' L fc THEN? HUT
Uenemnyxgio gamma I L - 'QQ'-Q'
55065 w"'l.I'IHrLg' Lacaom QC-DK X E25 3 I o5"Me,,6
Zfgfgm U,,'f?Q VUONCQ , 0-dfidm E J
, , , wh fa mcg,
mfg ' g. k a
gilwemtgszig I , 563+ fever'
lm TMTKS yfgfiu Fa vs kzgflm ,?' ' , A L1 LJ 'E r,
AP 1 Es-r 4 H 1 CQr.s.gY 4 5
99.6 W my ww
rsMA:.Kw-s 5lf"F?l55"ffA2l 1929- N u ns Ya.. '1: 'L"1 A - ' 5 5 'C'
a J 5
ULT LQQV6 OUQThdrvcfbr'
f W ,'
Z! 1 af 4
2, f i ', 'W ,
1 2 f
W f I
Bdlboa, iowa PKCAXITBS
3811 Papa 63 OGQJWOUJ
ar n , S.H '81, O,
Hxdmgx 'S 909 S
- ' 0: BHH G ati 0 1 In
Q 5 1- .
'W 'W 15?
7 my f,,..X
. le ' Onm NM
f fade To
Cb I993- ,X
'7 M Sh.
E Egz Manly?
To THE FuTuFE
1cim,wxm,mm,beddf.,a4m s Kellky Ffgggwl
Eeffmbfr om. Jews. gym 'hmeSl'f!'mk'S wagwj
RAD IJ LATLoNs
M,-mana IT Knmm-UZ
You - I-ovB21v1cl1n
DAS, ERIC, Nw
YOUR "Meme ref-ff
'Q 517' Yoh! 2 CloN61l2ADu gl.-r1.n5
HW HAFLAM: KlY1,'TR lKB,9JJ,kS,
14868, C1-ASSOFEZ jusvz
Hao Am.o1'opa,woT :MES K3
If'lfALuJAYS BE THERE Fez yo,-L!
mm' 'Hu tbl-In 1
fnuergvmnslm ' . am' 5 Q0 YRS NME- WURTHEBZST
Somgefffdi TZ. 1 155. 'nf TQMWJSQ M7 1'iF21SfrR:g::5mJiZ-9-Q
Wil wi Mbmiizrubq wiv mf-wh. er,-aas mmyggfmae
oxNV5x L out Q
, k :i1'ox!WfoxNk., Nl N? g E
mm., X K OINK- 2 X1 E
AMMM-,5iu,q'Ausm, ,, , 1, ag Egg SQ
AN Nh 60? ?le16115j RULE XL Sym X 6
Hmm! Mow!!! zgmaw-evfgnvgqpmgv w Q 0
4 N mmm - ' -X
class b SS, gli,-i?JT65B51'OLNJ4f gpg -Q 2 as m
, nf an smmmnxmpfamwf av MRP ,EA
83- V emma BY v.?. 12- 3 K we YT J
Y -LS. ,..
3 ,N emmama
OINK Y 2
Own awk N4
If 1 3,
if Q4 . 1 , ,
Nab .f C U .
SQHcqg5T3Qg'22g2gg?g?? 5 ,Q ,E Ogg vga ooe1-mmve 1051 M1211
E33 giovrg-25-15gglg2Q E 1: 'fm ,gf QQ MY SPEOAL FRAENDS
vii iiigiggi 'gggvgggg-5 '5 H13-BOSSLADY BLM!
fi 9 31161 jcggudm E-1 1- g jg: 3 O pg-fggfnx 12161411912 01111111119
"2239gW3'.Cllf3'Q351S1'g"1l1,Lf2'QVQ Ei Q 731133 'gg -51AcvfMX1+111ec-.era
Cfiloy-11ON3 'fqlflalgggfllg 1. 7' A - ,
csojcgyf,-1-.I 3, SKZNFU v E ull.: bp Q 2 ua E THE FIRST CUT IS Tl-lbw
R , 7414- 3 ,L 11153051 9515101351 Tsauebffvl
B511 CHRDB. --15 gk-1 V' HY PRN wlu-ww!
D , --p 1
WSQQQY 1-Q gigs?
f- --Is' O
KE. Nfl' fl
D ig5g,To. 'MK A
EN1 L-D: E . 1-1?1mu.+.6ZAQ I. uf
siskaigofgaffi 14" am 60, EW W1 an dw
' A 131' '
X1-:Y z.1PPa1'25 s1Uud4 Tm .T P02222 Qmfmfigcff
- K 1
PDEll"D 1-A'Nl?l5Nl H Taodsce, 'Dian and fy,
Qfx-VVS 7555 REM' . smut. LMQQQLQQQ eidn aw
EN,DL.C?D5 WSW' 5'-U' Si1'2'i"b2?iJi3 MH C
f' A ' IYTIY' .
W cfanrx niche in .IDgL.cl-,5A-Th
34" V WS-
I 1 DQ
MSXBI' O 9
gggkkfz-IEYI1-1-8a 4 UN
M56 J .
X529 Dfsqgyl , as,
f f YQSIU '55 Q5
2 QQQAQ4 Cha .5 5 .Ivy
mee?-P12"" y1?l15W'f'zV" A
Jlio-Egan 432. 'E'R4+hQQc2p '
C. KL? .... pofqsvagq
GRHN O ' Julxl qv
0c10'30 64' x1e400u3'Qf'b
.wfyglw 1 gf-3,
'1.,'3", SX fcd'e?? 17 'S .3
rn 1-Poo 'icamuo vi Z..
,Ae 60155 F2 mac. havent? og
THHNL-Fog "C31'15f1 Nqr 1 E
Q1'1c1119C'5 aim. t '5
Wim' Sig? fm ,YL
DEC? J. jfikevt
I-15A 2 ,1-fwmy
A111-1Y JOY, 1 ,
20065 irc il-1"Qf'f1T
'JZQM My 2--'TGNC
9100 VQLJ1 OVC'
Jan- yawn WC 1C-'JC
nerr A-, Qfijf-
QQ +15 LL1+Qfc
1 1,a?ve P1211-'I' Wm
. 1 1 fm Afv 1
'Sr Qfffw' -' v?4LW9t1
my wily NC
lpve Sou. Yod. 4AVAA
love, IS Q
s 1, Kvxgn
D mu-nah' I
was-141: , Best -Friends
gtg-Q? .lglwxeig N
A ' YQ 5
23 J 51559 'xfcwgg' afigf.
I-arm uc ' , sin' 1
'PQ..p1-M-fun-f Q, - A f 1
f 16 ,304 f '
Qw'fif- 2? my 'J 5 is
'E ff-fg.,aiE'z ,5 , wpwa , Q91
5 SI! Q ' 'g I-niiif' 4 of 1' f, -Gr'
'n 4 H' 2 5 fffeb 7 X , ff. :" W'l
M 53 If .,, 4, . f:2 ,e . ff
7 .1,5f- 03 Q ana X Mfpft- Gly-13535
Isl ob v -, 3 :mga Wig? af .4..wj-5 , .,
M' Q3 L 'qi--'sf -1--'Mm M' " Q 'A 'A ua " ' f- "
Lu 'U N C3 6 4 , 1- ' plank 1 . '
-W E. jg Q' 551512 vMM'ECvCir'i:1QoPv3?Jfg3tffQ -
mm, Q Cpquw-4, ----x-LLUL Grimm on
- fc MG .Q - 41 f N10 f T
W 5' Q or .sa 2 5 5 4 "mM,,,Q,9 fa 1115-p,: , ,,
IEW O H Y E' f .- -
Y 07 'Q :t 11 .-, --.-5? ,' ,-:fn ',.' .V ., ings.. 3-5
TE' 5 5 533 fi-
I we mlfce como 31Q,7'f9f!
FXHQQ, 126 , P5055 'Z fffQ00'?7
and DLJCXOF ffbwaw, Leica Doo wiv,
10471, r2Q:v70f', L0f7fCCL! ,J Tfmmczvaa
Dmmfsaap, 2-firm W, MQW 9974
V206 fn UC-!f0J UCWIWI 'afmfwf
D-lard-2uQ,e.w'f by-UU' I 4'
""'099f0-4 f,em.'Lq3uf1"'n Wm 910
QQ, L 46 QM? 6841
X 'LAGLNAF' 8' 'KPL-'1
QQQQXQ0 Tx-an-'EQ..' Kin-er dude!
-fo SE-FF,'1'l'le f'C6d'6S"f'
A Qfff ewfl ffngldf Nc??DL1
we Qlavayj Remruwnpfg QPU'
1Cer,'efldS:16Y"'o. fic-ry 43.165,
5:30 al U14 ,Jgg
b ax. S
j2C:'r'e5 . 'ij
1,.Je'vt done, gfwff 1
can '+ bffffvf, ,
CITUJQQJ Qfoznzv. COUOUWCO, 9,25 jing? M
iowa new 1 Ja' Wm UW-1'Uf ww? A21
Em eww f ! 025+ H5645 5522. -
May your future years bring you as much happiness
t h b ht s.
as your pas years ave roug u
Love and Pride always,
Mom and Dad
WATERPOLO WATERPOLO WATERPOLO WATERPOLO WATERPOLO
2 3-A E
E OIF CHANIPIONSAAT 5
E "THANKS FOR THE NIENIORIEST, ir?
WATERPOLO WATERPOLO WATERPOLO WATERPOLO WATERPOLO
011 71? Hefty .wnvtzf In my
sffzfl fda' mmf inf
QU!!! QW!!! Jw!!!
l , ,.e. gmc
i , ,
"A daughter is a gift
whose worth cannot
be measured except
by the heart."
.y i Z
r has brought us a lot of joy . . .the joy of
vvatc ing you grow, the jo ofsharing in your life and now the very special
1oy of seein what a won erful person you've become, A
Congratu ations on your graduation, We are very proud of our beautitul
Kellely, having you for a daug
Wgth all of our love and a wish for everything beautiful in life,
We love vou,
Morn, Dad and Blake
Whether you're 8 mos., 8 years, or 18
We love you!
YOU'VE BEEN A DELIGI-IT! Love, Mom, Dad, Chip, Leslie, and Shannon
3 . 'Wt'
1 -:g,:' 1-. 1' 9
is iw I
Q . 10
Do you remember . .
TAC - Ham Sandwich.
"Julie wears glasses?"
Count to 10 in Hawaiian.
Beck 's ears. Brownies.
E e Slurger . Muffin.
Sgateboardy at Kim's.
Cleaning for Mrs. Chacon.
Not using R.R.'s. Chaperoning Terre 8: Eric.
Waiting at Ioe's.
"Fright Night" - Girl Scouts
Finger in R.R. door - Blood
Samples - Roy Rogers.
Forgetting your clarinet.
Foreign Food Project
"I-Iicke -Off Pim le Pads" CFD
Sugar Clube Castlle - Toothpick bridge
Terre as our TA fPencilJ
Babe - Woofus - Drums in Band.
TEARS - Ieanninefeyebrows, and Sunburn.
"These are meatballs '
Babe at the pond
I.R. Powers, Cheerleadincg Tryouts -
Mexico over Easter - an Sunburn.
Matzatlan, "Layto", Mononucleosis,
Tiger Lily - "When does it stop hurting?"
Gucci- and Sunburn.
GWZZZ 9661 Sr 9662 - 5th Dimension dream -
STYX, Straw Hat!Littlefields and Sunburn.
Plastic Beach Bag, IRPowers, IOURNEY QLIMOD
"lt's that Point!' "Midnight!" and Sunburn.
"A.B.A.L." We love you,
Sire, Mom and Terre
You have reached out, touched, and
Blessed each one of us. God Bless
You and keep ou. Love, Dad and Mom
Steve, Davidi Paul, and Maxie.
SUZIE, We're all
planning to attend
' ., , ,, ., zz ff,
f 1 , , ip.,
, 715 4 Tfiifvi 327
, , ,L 5 gg,
ff: , iff. E, -' 1,
C ongmtzzlcztiom, bert wzlvbes and
All ofoznf love,
Mom and Dad, ,I61"1"j!,f6d7'Z71Z.6,
Cathy, Mike, Anthony, Dmfztf, me
tale' one Jzifl af af flf7?K'
Jadfwifjff .ilebtlfjgf Karas,
,flaw cafe to 612726.
ffm rumfnikf cfwzf Z ,fwfr
Qfdfengyowt 15414541 wif 56 f7Zd!ZQjl',
Q!ZQ!!7Z0f'6' Zjddzymflf C6271 06 . .
QXZJ tie' MA zkzafafwzoufzffafk 500 . . .
QMS !'6!7?f'!7ZA6'!2 M6 MY 05611127
cms !Z606!L QA? JMKQP can fifty 426072,
216419 ofa iy0wf A24
gm. mm wma
f From Serrano,
tt , 2 Congratulations! and V.P.H. S.
y to KAREN ALYCE you made if,
DORLER C Dalai- ,
Eighteen years have slipped by so quickly! "How proud we are of you sweet-
heart!" This is a special time in your life! We are especially pleased with your
faithfulness to God, yourfriends, and most ofall yourfamilyl
As we reflect upon your memorable growing years, we think ofa toddler chasing
"Smokey" with a string. . . ou love to tease.
At aige 3, you were an adzrable cheerleader and mascot for our Alma Mater
footbal team. At age 5, you were so thrilled to have your own "live" baby doll . . ,
a new aby sister,
At age 9, moving to Oranie, entering Taft and making new friends was a
milestone. Turning 13 was a IG event: you were now attending Peralta. You Z
,, 4 Sie V9
wore a back brace unfortunately, yet you he ped others in the district with Scoliosis
Then carne Villa Park High, football games, more friends, your drivers license
and medical R.O.P. classes, This led to yourfirst job in the medicalfield. We wish
you much success in this endeavor!
"This is your life so far . . . Thanks for being YOU!"
We love you, Karyn, MOM, DAD, CHERYL, 8 Lady
TO: LISA A. MOE
You,ve worked hard these past 12 years and your
wholefarnily is so very proud ofevery step you have
taken. Youre on your way now honey. There are all
sorts ofdoorsfor you to open and a world ofexperi-
ences, hut never compromise your values, and youlll
continue to shine as you always have.
Congratulations on your big day.
We all love you.
f wcvtcieafyoaf wwf wah
1700 iewfafyow cfy, wwf tczfzi.
fue Qseefzlyoaf kdm' cha'
Lqiczfzicymzg each fig,
fm famed al our ffzomexzziff euefy my
HCZWFQQ ?J.QUC9, VJZ .
why fm mfaffff fzfzzf 769
K QKIIIH7' Qy0cy0!lf flf770fIl! CIN!!! .1-tok' '
Cgaufbff 56611 .Suzi fl' KIIOIZIIQIYQX
flfllfyifff 172 1723,
guqyfdzizg KIIZIIXINOFF yzwznfffff
My Dear Little Great Granddaughter,
You finally made it!
The time has gone byfast.
We thought you might like a look at the past.
Through the past years
we'oe shed a few tears.
Since you weren't very old,
the rest ofthe story is easily told.
Your eyes always so bright and clear,
your determination always near.
And every year as more candles were lit,
you grew taller bit by bit.
Prom the beginning we could always see
you could be anything you wanted to be.
Always loving and caring,
your life is spent in sharing.
Basketball stats, business skills classes,
Pep Club, and those dances, too -
this is all just the beginning for you.
High school went past,
our baby girl, CI-IELLY-LYNN grew so fast.
These are only part of our dearest mernori
that are built to last and last!
Congratulations and good luck.
We're proud of you!
, ,f'7:'i,? 'Qwrybjf ' 1
' , 1. ' . C ' ' V ' 5
, wytyl, la, , f ,W
r" .ff ' .71 5 ff-, Lvl 1 0' , '
' 'lflqfr ,iff 'f I g!-
fr I 9 1 f
'V ' ' of
J , fl
I M 'V ,
'Z Wf M . ,,-ntl'
Z , ,wywfff
ZZW'!,'f , ,,
y W, , U
' ,, .i,,
,ff f fff
1, r 7 If IZ'
'lv ' - 44 X lf 6 iv
rv "xt 1' fi r 2 K 'f
fr ,Q i if 4
I We h J
1 V , wwe! ,aff-x,1V,
rl .1109 V be
f I Z fag
f ,I fr riff gwfyfffn
w W ,wi
7 ft may ' 'i 'GMX' V'
Elem ' f-we ' aiu, ,. at
4,271 M -ae. , . f jlrgf, ' 'azfmglwyzfi
is rj! Wi
T -ou f.
, Scott Gray
I You Made It.
,fr pf' ay: 'f ze..
N If . 3
G , fi "
A My ,
Ig Thank you We wish you
for great memories! happiness
A few ! ? ! fulfillment
I I Made It. Good Luck!
I I Love You,
I ',.- W ay.",Ii3
I I" ,
.. V .9 ,
l .5 744. " 7111! Q,
I 1.y::1fi.' -,Vw f'
f ., K ,ff 5621 61,431
'Y' r ' W"
r .z'El.f39Z'.-lf 135
47 1e"'ftfiZ?:",'1- T AM-'!"f-Qf' .f4?i125' '
' 'f-,La Pl?" ff'
4-119' ,I .f2.af9L,,f f'
I ff .,-,
l ' v,,f2E4E21 ififfw , ff --
l Frances Ricks
, You've come a long way
I baby, from a bathing cutie to a
l high school beauty. The best
of luck to you, the best is yet to
come. May the Lord bless you
and keep you now and for-
r We love you, and we're
proud of you!
Mom, Dad, Cheryl, Peter,
Sidney, and Ruth
-it , - '-fff25'f
iv! ,iff .M
You are everything a family could hope for. Con-
gratulations and all our love.
Mom, Dad, Bill
Grammar school is in the forgotten past. Iunior High is a
faint memory. High School has gone down to defeat. Look
out U.C.I., here I come!
Success and Love, Grandpa
Congratulations, Colette. The best of luck to you in the
future with friends and whatever challenges come your way.
You are beautiful and a pride and a joy. One of God's finest
gifts. May you have faith in your dreams . . . confidence in
your future . . . and the kind of purpose that gives life its real
meaning. The World is waiting for you - enjoy it.
Love, Mom and Dad
Vvlq. ,I ZIAQV !. V - ia ,f ,,i.:- -
I NEVER EVEN
E2 ri If ? f
,iv gk I Q ,iffy Z
. ,f X
'4-:'. ' ' '
Too HED T-YE CBUW r
Z I I
a , f '
l 4 4 I 1 "f
, . , f
,- f , f
, J A 4
l 1 fmusgibrlvp 1 r
, 4 1
, 4, 'rl v w f - V , H
. ,--- . ft" 3 5 ZK. ' "You are the greatest. . .
. Rob Pai O .V f , We are so proud of you!
. L' I L Congratulations, Lisa, and to all
' or r your wonderful friends.
. - Love
Love You MOHL l1I'f1, lamle ' d
I Sherrie, and Iulie Dad' Mom' an Ken
You Light Llp Our Lives
, 1- I
M dv. V1f..,i-
.V ,ifZ2.0,.,. . 1535
354 'ffl'-"'-'Ewa "
r .cz-mt 22- ag, L-
r fs' I i 7
, V hz y y H me s l
As you approach high school graduation,with pride we
extend our congratulations. "
We've watched you grow in so many ways and hope your
future holds only happy days.
May your goal be fulfilledg may your dreams come true .
Don't ever forget how much we love you!
Dad, Mom, and Lori
Looe, Mom and Dad
When You Go With Hunter
Publishing Company, The Cnly
People Doing The Work Are
Hunter Publishing Company
The "ULTIMATE" Choice in Yearbook Publishers
Akkh Ph '-
1802 NORTH TUsT1N AVENUE
8 to ORANGE, CALIFORNIA 92667
, jot? Phone f714J 998-8181
. 0 l
l l IOHNQPHYLLIS
A IAMIESON 4'
' 'K a.
1072 Student Discount Congratulations Class of 1982! "multi
Lee M. Wight, D.D.S., lnc.
Udmlfillrp' xqryuflniunkofgi if
2901 E. Katella Avenue, Suite A,
Orange, California 92667
A DENTAL CORPORATION
2901 E. KATELLA. SUITE B
ORANGE, CA 92667
Serving Villa Park and Surrounding Areas
VILLA PARK POOL SUPPLY INC.
Monthly Pool Service
Chemicals 17837 Santiago
Complete Parts 8: Acc. Villa Park, Ca. 92667
Pool Sweeps 8: Repairs 17141 637-9051
LINDA BUFFINGTON INTERIORS
17767 Santiago Blve., Suite 609-610, Villa Park, CA 92667
Featuring Custom Designs
Prim Iewelers, Inc.
"Complete Watch and Iewelry Service"
Open Friday Until 9:00 P.M., Sat. Until 5:00 P.M.
1920 N. Tustin Blvd. Telephone:
Orange, California 714-637-8110
4! . '
sl-iow1'lME 2 I71 47 998-0039 N
Rentals and Sales
ACCESSORIES o JVC 81 PANASONIC VCR's
LATEST MAJOR STUDIO RELEASES
TDK 81 FUJI BLANK CASSETTES
'I858 NORTH TUSTIN
ORANGE, CA 92665
kMemories are forever. Rent the look at After Five. J
After Five Tux Shop Sales and Rentals
1028 N. Tustin 633-6365
kfbetween Collins and Katellaj J
C7145 637 4461 X
17845 SXNVIPGQ VILLA PAQK C24 92567
K Ask for T.O. J
We have the latest casual
and traditional sportswear
for men and boys.
Come See Us!
Congratulations Class of
, 'X l .A
. 3,51 5
CLOCKTOWEH LARWIN SQUARE
991825522 Mon.-Sat. 10-6
X Mon.-Sat. 10-6 Sun. 11-3 J
K milfs Glzantcistic
OVER 65 DIFFERENT HOT 81 COLD SANDWICHES
1812 N. TUSTIN AVE., ORANGE
AT THE CLOCK TOWER
"COME ON IN!"
FOR FAST SERVICE CALL FIRST
HOURS: 11'0 AM -7'
.o .. .ooP.MM in F
K 11:00 A.M.-ezoo P.M s i J
f Congratulations Class of 1982 N
"We coordinate and help plan your class reunion"
1350 W. Collins Ave., Suite E
Orange, California 92667
"We Coordinate -- You Locate"
Contact us for '87 and '92
K lack and Dottie Dorler - Directors J
Congratulations to the graduating class of 1982. May your future be equally matched by
good health and success.
This above all, to thine own self be true,
and it must follow as night the day, thou
canst not then be false to any man.
- William Shakespeare -
Most sincere future wishes,
Allan Sheridan D.D.S., M.S.
Diplomat of the American Board of Orthodontics
College of Diplomats
American Association of Orthodontics
Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontics
Orange County Dental Society
American Dental Association
Robert s Tuxedos
1874 N. Tustin
C7141 - 637 998-1420
In The Tustin Plaza
Across The Street from K-Mart
"The Same Great Service at a New Location"
Plenty of Parking
P1 Q U A
uw ,, .... --'
0 , 1'
5 ,- L. t.
Congratulations to the Class of '82
dr. james p. furcolow, optometry
17829 santiago blvd., villa park, ca 92667
WILLIAM N. LANGSTAFE, D.D.S.
A PROFESSIONAL DENTAL CORPORATION
17871 Santiago Blvd., Suite 228
Villa Park, Ca 92667 Phone: 714-637-9270
Congratulations To The Class Of '82
.,., 4 4446,
,, a,,.., I ,A
"We Did It '
Melissa Gross, Debbie Kincade
Linda Van Meter
' "For You Zak!"
.sv f -1-,
I YAJX3 K 4 1
V, .' -A , -
This year's Odyssey is dedicated to Jim
Zakzeski, who unfortunately decided to move
to the cramped smog-free state of Nevada. The
Supermarket theme was his idea, and so we
only saw it fitting to carry out his "dream",
Thanks, Zak, for your inspiration and genu-
ine interest. We miss you!
And thank you, Mr. Haskins, for taking over
a somewhat stubborn and strong-willed group
of editors. Good luck to you in the years to fol-
The Class of 1982 Checks Out
3 C1 g
From azure hills to shimmering sea,
Our school stands true to all.
Villa Park, our noble school of
Spartans, proud and tallg
Of Blue and Black and Silver
Our colors we do singg
The glory of our victories
The Spartan way shall ring.
By Don R. Buck
U Www iQQQ
5333322555 K EBEEEEEEQU
B ak ga +
Wlllllwh- aww w Naamumas au
fa 9 5 A Q o
if- V 'R' fr- 'X I,
mmaaageew 'M X mam ma
S fi 3? W
W ages uw ' waaam aw
Suggestions in the Villa Park High School - Odyssey Yearbook (Villa Park, CA) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.