Villa Park High School - Odyssey Yearbook (Villa Park, CA)
- Class of 1986
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Clfllel' this yeCll', OUI' The excitement captures us
editor, along with an
entourage of writers and ,
neyed to the exotic land
of the Spartan Republic.
They went to search out
and discover authentic,
and activities that the
Spartans have developed
to survive the mundane at-
mosphere and rigorous de-
mands of these magnificent
lands known as an educa-
Just as they have done be-
fore in the twenty-one pre-
vious years, the Odyssey
staffers once again put to the
tough wear-test the academ-
ics, as well as the extracurricu-
lar activities depicted upon
Here are the notes from the
"As our entourage tramps
across the frontier which sur-
rounds the principality of Spar-
tan Republic, a feeling of ex-
citement fills the air. As we
spy the border crossing at
Taft Avenue, the entire group
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run. The leaders slow from ex-
haustion just before the main
building, and the rest of us catch
up, pausing in awe. A hush falls
over the group as we all gaze at
the new surroudnings. The as-
phalt terrain glows lightly with
the morning dew, setting a ro-
mantic glow for our first pic-
tures of this frontier land.
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dies her camera for the first
shot, we notice a sign facing
west which reads 'Welcome
to Villa Park High.' Our guide
l quickly translates - in the
dialect, this means 'Entering
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tions - our group goes
off to see the sights, while
another ventures off to
the wilds to view the nat-
ural wonders of this vast
"Our first stop is the
historic Spartan Forum
- the focal point of
most nationalistic gath-
erings. Although most
Spartans refer to this
A roll of
film shot on
Marsh, Julie Marsden and
Mike Vert participate in the Big
Wheel Race. Shelby Doane
looks on as Shannon Geary is l
crowned homecoming queen,
VPHS's pepsters pose for the
g camera, Pep Band plays at an
J 3 it away game, and Jamie Nelson
and Jim Anderson block a Co-
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it is known in the records by
its more formol title.
"We pose for o quick
photo, then continue on to
scimple the indigenous cui-
sine ot on unpresumptuous
little ploce known cis 'The
Cofetorium.' The fore is
of o sort never before
encountered by ony of E
the members of our por-
ty. Une of our compony soys it
reminds him voguely of Ameri-
ccln fost food, yet he con't put
his finger on the unique meth-
ods of seosoning. Perhops
he will explore this further
in on upcoming story - ot
ony rote, we viewed o few
more sights ofter our
mecil, ond then rejoined the
rest of our group.
"They tell of the beoutiful
londscope of the lond, espe-
ciolly the notive floro. We
hove just enough time to
coll home to let our loved
ones know we hove orrived
sofely before it is time to
pick up our rented motor
scooters ond check in
ot our lodge.
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By Chi-Chuan Lee
Take a look ai lhe lag on your
shirl. ll probably says 702 collon,
307, polyesler, ana made in
Taiwan. l-lave you heard of
Taiwan? Weil if you haven'r, lei
me fell you aboui il. Taiwan has
48,000,000 people, ana is an is-
lana off ihe easi coasl of main-
land China. Japan is above ii, ana
Hong Kong is below. The weaiher
is like Thai of California, buf wiih
more rain, and no winier. The
people, like rnosl Chinese, ear
rice as lheir main aiel. lam a good
example of fhis. lslill have rice ev-
ery aay. There are also no cheer-
leaaers in Taiwan. llike American
cheerleaders. l am glaa' io be in
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a rouline for a pep assembly.
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The 4985-6 Varsily
song leaders are
from righl lo lefl:
Sandra Osumi, Lisa
Advani, Shelly King,
ff! ,. A' Shelby Doane, and
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"This years VarsiTy Song sauad, Through aualiiy performance, main-
Tained The same high sTandards ThaT have been seen in pasT years." This
remark by Ms. Thielman, pep sauad advisor, summed up her feeling of
The job of This year's VarsiTy Song squad was To promoTe school spiriT
Through choreographed and improvised performances, ag games,
iunchTime, and school assemblies. l'This year was a loT of hard work, buT iT
was all worThwhile," said squad member Sandra Osumi. "When The
crowd likes iT, ThaT's when iT's besT.
There was no rivalry, we were all good friends," said Jill Cassen of The
85-86 song season. "lvly besT song pracTice was when I was ai volleyball,"
said Shelly King jokingly. The Song leaders, along wiTh The Yell squad,
spenT mosT of Their summer pracficing, and helping The Teams during "hell
"WaTer fighTs were a IoT of fun," said Shelby Doane, referring To 'lhell
"Cheering wiTh all The girls is whaT made iT fun," said Jill Cassen, in
summary of The year.
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"We just want to have fun,"
stated Robin Weissman, 85-86
Varsity Yell sauad member. "This
year we had excellent atten-
dance from the cheerleaders.
They kept up their enthusiasm, and
did their job without complaint,
even during the hard times," said
Ms. Thielman, Varsity pep sauad
advisor. This year's Varsity Yell was
responsible for boosting school
spirit and generating school pride.
"l wanted to be on the Yell
squad because I knew that l would
have good memories of it after
high school," said Yell member
Wendy Patrick. "We all had fun
together," stated Meghan
Domer, first semester head Yell
leader. 'lThey gave up their entire
summer," noted Ms. Thielman.
llThey all worked very hard."
Yell Leaders Kara Maruoka, Robin Weiss-
man, and Wendy Patrick perform at an
assembly with Songleaders Jill Cassen,
Lisa Advani, and Shelly King.
by Cheryl Gubler
When the man from the l?otary
Student Exchange called and
told me that the England ex-
change was cancelled but that l
could go to Germany, l thought,
"Germanyl Whats in Germany?"
No l-lard Rock Cafe, no Laura Ash-
ley, no Charles and Di, boy was
my vacation going to be a bore!
When l arrived, l soon discovered
how wrong l had been
l am not a scenery freak, but
while taking a cruise do wn the
Rhine l?iver or driving through Ba-
varia l was in awe. it looked like
everything had jumped out of a
fairy tale with all the castles, and
greenery. Kodak made a bundle
Off my film bills.
lt was incredible. lt's one thing
to see it in a book, but it is entirely
different to actually be there.
All in all, Germany was excel-
lent! it was definitely my best sum-
Robin Weissman keeps the intensity
of the night alive.
Shannon Mulh, Deanna
Holle Audrey Osuml
A ond Barbara Qunnper:
form in unison.
The 4985-86 Junior VorsiTy Yell Leoders reolly hod
Their work cuT ouT for Them. WiTh The obsence of o
Sophomore squod, They hold To puT in exTro Time.
"I ThoughT ThdT cheerleoding wos o good exper-
ience ond d wdy To moke friends," sold JV Yell Leod-
er Tracy Elchandy.
'll enjoy oheerleoding couse we hove fun," sTdTed
Kelly Kindl, JV squoid member.
Though Things were o liTTle rough oround The edges
in The beginning, The JV squdd come TogeTher groce-
'lWe dll hod our differenT circles of friends, buT we
sTill uniTed os o whole body," sToTed The enTire JV
sduod in dgreemenT.
JV Yell Leoder, Barbara Dunn, oommenTed,
"When l look book on my junior yedr, l'll olwoys re-
member The fun Times I hdd cheering."
Shannon Mulh ond Deanna Holle do o cheer oT The Junior
VorsiTy TooTboll gome ogdinsT FooThill.
All photos by Darren TesTG
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.ri ' more Cheerleaders?" The bare
A faoT is ThaT There are no '85-86
S T' S T' ' Sophomore Cheerleaders because
few girls Tried ouT for The squad.
Many facTors oonTribuTed To The
lack of inTeresT shown by The soph-
omore girls. One signifioanT reason is
PGQGSDYKGU WC'TC""O'O ThaT girls can only be a pep sauad
member for Two ouT of Their Three
years causing many To skip Their
sophomore year and Try ouT for The
JV and VarsiTy sauads. Also, be-
cause of fall TryouTs, Sophomore
Cheerleaders oannoT aTTend
cheerleading camp or praoTice
over The summer.
'll feel ThaT noT having Sophomore
in X3 Yell Leaders refleoTed on The soph-
omore class spiriT," said VarsiTy Yell
Leader, Kara Maruoka.
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anna Holle, Audrey Osumi. lvliddle:
Shannon Mulh, Barbara Dunn, Tracy ET-
chandy. Top: Kelly Kindl.
AfTer a SparTan firsT down, The cheer-
X leading squads of IasT year and This year
cheer The players on. ITU
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Jamie Nelson breaks for yardage off The
all Q blocks of Jeff Zaremba, 62, Pele Molinari,
S a n ' 58, Sleele Kelly, 50, Pal Glenn, 113, and ,
I Dave Lawhon, 77. '
qi a C r n e Jeff Zaremba, Jamie Nelson, and road QQ
ll. Ramos successfully sTop SanTa Ana Val- '
A I4 To 7 SparTan lead opened The Homecoming haIfTime exTrava- IG-v'S FUHHIFIQ DOCK-
? ganza. Five young ladies, driven in CIeneTs, made Their way inTo The
sTadium Track in fronT of The fan-filled siands.
"All The preparalions for The fifTeen minuTe show were really worTh
iT," said Jill Cassen, one of The chosen princesses. She also sTaTed, 'IIT
was a surprise and an honor To be on The courT, and iT's someThing I
V will never forgeT."
The girls were firsT recognized as princesses afTer being nominaTed
l by members of all of The fall sporTs.
A The aueen, Shannon Geary, was chosen by The sTudenT body in WYSUI
Their Third period classes. "I'ilIun
"JusT being on The courT was a surprise, buT being chosen queen WISP
was someThing I never expecTed," said Shannon. She also sTaTed,
l'Being crowned is an honor I will never forgeT and always look back
upon and srniIe."
By Albert 81 James
l Now The Villa Park SparTans says The announcer as The players sTampecle ouT,
Page by Brenan German
The organizer of The
Ties was Tracey Hunt,
who worked auring
The summer ana The
firsT parT of The
school year To puT
The show TogeTher.
She sTaTecl, "I'm
glaa The sTress of
puTTing iT TogeTher is
over, buT l ao feel
ThaT iT was a suc-
Lisa Rojo sings our Alma lVlaTer wiTh
alumni songleaclers Jennifer Dunn,
LeAnn Lundberg, mascoT Kyle Myers,
ana Peo Commissioner Katie Czark.
Once again a tradition was
performed to its perfection. VPHS
4985 Homecoming was a memo-
rable experience, especially for
the 4985 King Pal Glenn and
Queen Shannon Geary. The
court also included: Brad Lynn,
Lynn, Mark Johnson, Gerry Lins-
meir, and Craig Pollard. The prin-
cesses were Vivian Broadway,
Jill Cassen, Shelly King, and
The court included - Mr. Cassen, Jill
Cassen, Mr. Broadway, Vivian Broad-
way, Mr. Wilsher, Queen Shannon
Geary, Shelly King, Mr. Mclnlosh,
Shelby Doane, and Mr. Doane.
On October 49, 4985, the re-
turning King, Henry Whiebrink,
arrived to crown the new king,
Pal Glenn. When asked how he
felt, he replied, "l was surprised!"
Half-time at Fred Kelly Stadium
began with the arrival of the prin-
cesses who were individually driv-
en in convertible clenets. They
were then led by escorts Craig
Mordock and James Clark, to-
wards the dias. The event con-
cluded with Villa Park defeating
Santa Ana Valley 34 to 24. The
ceremonies may be over, but
the memories will always remain.
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:ar wlTh The help of James Clark
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Queen Shannon Geary.
Princess Shelly King beams as she
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The weekend began wiTh
Friday nighT's fooTball game
and a vicTory over SanTa
Ana Valley High School.
The SaTurday following The
game, The Homecoming
dance was held. This year's
Theme, "Classique lvlemo-
ries," seT The mood for a ro-
manTic evening. The music
was provided by "Guess
DJ," who played Top 110 hiTs.
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by many. Popular songs such
as l'Heaven" and "Missing
You", were heard Through-
ouT The gym.
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mosphere of fun and ro-
mance. Besides dancing,
couples had Their picTures
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freshmenTs and socialized. All
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Ty, SpiriT Week was condensed
from Three days inTo one. The
overall Theme was "HisTory of The
World." Each class Then voTed on
and chose a parTicuIar era. The
sophomores Qof The fifTies, The
juniors decided on The roaring
Twenfies, and The seniors de-
clared Their Theme as W.W. ll -
Alfhough on paper This seemed
like a good idea, in pracfice iT
Turned ouT differenfly. The sopho-
mores didn'T have any class offi-
cers and so Their Theme was cho-
sen for Them.
The juniors Transformed Them-
selves info colorfully risaue flap-
pers or mafia hiTmen complefe
Privafe Shelly King shows off her army
faTigues during inspecTion To Capfain
Kip Ashlon and Sharon Hockman dis-
cuss The BBQ. aT lunch.
Combaf soldier Mike Verl finds a com-
forfable place To wafch ouT for any
Brenan German Takes a break from
acTive duTy and relaxes on The com-
mand paTrol vehicle.
by Lydia Dunn
by Andrea Baker
Since moving To California, I hadn'T visiTed my home
counTry, England, in five years. So, during The summer of
'85, I wenT back To visiT friends and relaTives. While l was
There l decided To Take advanTage of The siTuaTion and vis-
iT ireland. l sTayed There for l7ve days wiTh my friend Moni-
ireland was differenT from whaT we expecTed. The peo-
ple were very helpful. We spenT our firsT nighT aT Queens
UniversiTy in BelfasT. The ciTy was nice where we sTayed,
buT oTher parTs were Nlled wiTh graffiTi. The nexT day we
hopped on a Train going souTh, and goT off in a liTTle sea-
side Town. From There we wenT To a Tiny village called
Glendalough was The mosT peauTiful village l've ever
seen. AfTer sTaying The nlghT in a Bed 84 BreakfasT we lefT
The nexT afTernoon To visif a waTerfall which supposedly
was The biggesf in Soufhern ireland.
The waTerfall was gorgeous and we poTh ThoughT iT was
worTh The long walk. We were caughT in a massive Thunder
sTorm. We Took cover under some Trees, buT They didn'T
help much as we were soaked.
While we were Trying To avoid The rain, soldiers drove
pasT and laughed aT us. Several days laTer we Traveled To
Dublin, sfayed for a nighT, and Then headed back To Eng-
Page by Lydia Dunn 81 Kymber Kirnes
by Valerie Dun
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Andrea Dornan, Cheryl Ashby, LinelTe Dodd, and Jody
Greenberg smile on Their way To a sock hop.
Spirit Do y
wiTh Tommy guns.
Even The seniors came ouT in
less Than full force. Several TenTs
were placed haphazardly on The
breezway became a baTTlefield,
and all The seniors were issued
"The RasTa TenT was The high-
lighT of The decoraTions,"
laughed Andrea Fris. "I almosT
wanTed To go home because
nobody was dressed up," com-
plained Kelly Thomas.
ParT of The problem was ThaT
The nighT before, while everyone
was Trying To decoraTe The cam-
pus, iT rained, soaking all The signs.
Some signs of life were shown
earlier in The week when The
ASB held class compeTiTions -
a Tug-of-war, ski race, and big
wheel races which added exciTe-
menT To lunch.
On spiriT day a professional D.J.
played and a BBQ was held. Al-
Though SpiriT Day was noT as in-
volved or as spiriTed as in The
pasT years, The SparTans of VPHS
proved They sTill have school spir-
Sophomores A.J. Sparks, David Wil-
Iiamson, Tony Inga, and Chris Morrow
srruggle vainly To win The Tug-of-war
Big wheel racers were Beth Slewarl, Kip Ashlon Erin Myers and Mall Klein
by Lydia Dunn
By David Morrison
li is a yearly rifual in my family fo gei rid of me by shipping me fo Oregon
every summer fo visif relafives. Lasi summer was no excepiion. So offl
weni To Bonanza, a small farming communiiy in Souihern Oregon. l had
lived fhere from fourfh grade Through eighih grade, so if was an opporiuni-
fy fo visif some old friends.
As usual, l visifed wifh my grandparenfs. They live apouf 40 miles our of
Bonanza, on Bly Mouniain. They lead a simple life, cooking wifh a wood
siove. fishing, hunfing, and going ro church on Sunday.
My old friends andl weni fo Klamafh Falls a lof. lf's The largesi cify in fhe
area, wifh a popularion of around 25,000 For fun we saw movies, played
video games, and cruised Main Sfreef on Friday nlghi. "Cruising Main" is
fhe pig evenf where everyone Tvvenfy one years or younger from fhe area
goes info Klamafh Falls and drives around looking for a parfy or some
Well, as l recall my journey, lrememper fhaf l never made if fo any par-
ries fwe couldn'f find anyj. Whaf a lei-down. Anofher average summer
jusf looking for somefhing fo do. if is ar fhose Times fhaf l realize how forfu-
nafe l am io live here.
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nture. The first
was the "Hi Dance."
After this came S irit Da
then ' .
g consisted of
game on Friday
fo ed by the dance on
In o junior onci senior lunch Time big wheel
oompeiiiion, senior Gerry Linsmeier pushes
senior Mike Vert To viciory over junior Da e
Marsh ond his ooriner Jason Wilkerson
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Rush day, where stu
dents signed up
for various clubs hl
yards," the students then
found the Sadie Hawkins
Next came time for VPHS
females to take out their
fathers. After this came the
Cornation dance. The next
stop on our excursion was
mothers' night out with
their daughters. During all
these stops, there were
band competitions, stag
dances and other club ac-
tivities to keep stud
The end of our trip w
annual Junior Senior
All and all our journey for
many through the 1985-86
school year was adventur-
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Tracy Grallo pushes herself os she
for The fihlsh lihe.
OTTGFTWDTS To oreok oholher school
Leodlhg The oock, Bill Meyer heods
By Boo Brlggs
Shelly King blocks The Doll os Tammy Harris covers
Rance Rcndels cohcehlroles ihlehsely os she clis-
oloys her oockhohcl.
Trevor Kirschner, Randy Buck, James
Clark, KC Nowak, Craig Ackley, John
Carcich, and Roberl Frackellon lisTen
as Coach Ehrlich explains The second
Tailback Jaime Nelson cuTs upfield as
fullback Dave Rose prepares To block
Jaime's would-be Tackler.
SporTs. Why are There such a
large number of SparTans in-
volved? NoT many aThleTes will go
on To compeTe in college. Are
The injuries worTh iT? Dave Rose,
varsiTy fooTball player and wres-
Tler has had Three major injuries.
He has had a broken wrisT, a dis-
locaTed shoulder, and bone chips
on his knee: all of which he had To
have surgery for, YeT Dave sTill re-
mains in sporTs. "I don'T Think
abouT The injuries, jusT The game. I
worked all summer long: you
can'T expecT me To auiT jusT be-
cause of an injury," explains
This year alone on The TooTball
Team There have been Two con-
cussions, Two Torn knee liga-
menTs, Two dislocaTed shoulders,
rupTured disks, bone chips on a
knee, cracked ribs, and a wide
varieTy of minor injuries. VViTh all
This in mind, we musT ask ourselves
WheTher iT is The Thrill of compeTi-
Tion or jusT The love of sporTs,
SparTans everywhere give Their
besT To make VPl-lS's sporTs num-
As in The pasT, The ASB
planned mosT of The acTivi-
Ties found on campus This
year. Gerry Linsmeier, ASB
presidenT, presided over
mosT of The meeTings. ln The
evenT of his absence, vice
presidenT James Clark was
Some acTiviTies The ASB
planned included skiTs To im-
prove school spiriT, headed
by Commissioner of Pep Lau-
rie Cummings. Homecoming
and SpiriT day were also ASB
AddiTions This year includ-
ed "The Wish Box," in which
sTudenTs asked for Their wil-
desT wishes To be granTed. I
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Those of Mike Wynsen, who
won a daTe paid for by The
OTher new addiTions To
VPI-lS were benches and
Trees, puT in by Commission-
er of Grounds Brad Lynn.
SACBE, headed by Mike
Verl, worked for an open
campus. Craig Mordock,
head of ICC, planned club
rush and oTher service pro-
Senior class presidenT Lara
Sleensland and HisTorian
Mike Farrell worked on The
senior slide show, To be
shown aT The end of The
ASB board L To R - Kathy
Keany, Wendy Fox, Kelly Thom-
as, Tracey Hunl, Gaylene Pi-
cano, Lara Sleensland, Laurie
Cummings, Gerry Linsmeier,
Mike Farrell, Craig Mordock, Ric
Jansen, Ken Domer, James
Clark, Brad Lynn, and Mike Verl.
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Board leads VPH
Ms Thielman leads The congress
meeTing, while board members Gerryi
Linsmeier, James Clark, Mike Verl,'
and Brad Lynn lisTen.l
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Mordock, Lara Sleensland, and Mike
Farell relax ai a Congress Meeling.
James Clark, ASB Vice Presideni, pre-
pares 'ro hand oui baliols.
Page by Mary Buxion
and Dave Wise
Board of Coniroi members Iefi io
righi, Top row: Kasy Nelson, Erin
Slawson, Krislen Vicario, Judi Bor-
lle, Juslin Burnham, Middle row: Su-
zie Barneil, Kari Bulcher, Commis-
sioner, Gaylene Picanog Froni row:
Trevor Kirshner, Andrew Cohen
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As you walk up To The mosT wicked Teacher on campus you
Tremble inside and your face is beeT red. IT is a case of Hall Pass
Phobia." You musT ask This Teacher for Their hall bass To go on a
long embarrassing journey To The resTroom.
This is whaT every sTudenT musT go Through many Times in Their
years of schooling. The fear of asking for a poTTy pass can some
Times be incurable!
Some Teachers Tell Their sTudenTs To grab The pass and leave
wiThouT asking. When you go To do This iT can be worse Than ask
ing. WiTh everyone waTching, you musT walk in fronT of The class
and grab The pass. Now all of your classmaTes will
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Kelly H225 To carry Mr. Mahoney's exTremely heavy hall pass
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2 phy class use an old camera for a hall pass.
photos except noted by Susan Vance
figure that you are going to the
TTY." After returning from your restroom journey,
side affects come. Friends will make stupid re-
like: "What took you so long?" and "I thought
drowned," etc . . . As a student you have made
mplete fool of yourself just because of nature s
the actual trip You feel that the whole world
tching you from the minute you pick up the pass
you return. When leaving the class you ask your-
what your friends and fellow class are thinking.
The students are not the only ones who will embar
you. The teachers can also be auite cruel. They
ask you things like, "Why can't you wait till lunch?"
as if we are super heroes with the ability to
Whether girl, boy, athlete, or computer whiz, all stu-
have this HALL PASS PHOBIA. It all begins with
simple question, Can I go to the potty, teach
he embarrassment is not only in asking, but also in
Steiner looks relieved after making a long tiring trip with
Moody's rock to the restroom.
Page by Susan Vance and Kara Maruoka
Hall Passes Q Q
Michelle Fang, Cynthia McKay, Rus-
sel' Befgmdn, Shanne Ho and Steve Flag LieuTenanT Sandra Preston prepares
Smilh DGWOVVTT GT The UVONQG QGVWS- for The Mission Viejo compeTiTion
Flag and dance members work TogeTher during The field show season.
1311 Srudenr Life
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By Michele Lado
Well, here we are in Madison, Wis-
consin. We're here for The Drum
Corps lnfernafional Championship.
One of my boyfriends' pesf friends is
a Sanfa Clara Vanguard. They are
really good. We all hope They win.
lT's really amazing Thaf we are all
geTTing along. There are 7 Teen-
agers and 3 adulfs. Lasf nighT we
sfayed in Ufah. My boyfriend James,
and my ofher friends Jeff, Jeanna
and I spenf The nighf oufside be-
cause if was so clear, buf when we
awoke aT 4:00 To gef ready To leave
There was ice on The pillows. We're
really having fun, and we'll see you
All my love,
Jacquelyn Schulkey, and Shanne Ho are exciTed abouT
The evening's performance.
VPI-IS lviorchin' Sparrons'
Small buT mighTy in sound and performance,
The VPI-IS ulvlarchin' SparTans" sTep off The side
lines To The sound of 'New World Symphony."
As drum major Candace Wilson and majoreTTe
Allison Rose walk up The field, The cheers from
The specTaTors begin To fade To The sound of
This years ulvlarchin' SparTans," under The su-
pervision of Mr. Kevin Huelsman and Mrs. Bar-
bara Kurek, seT high goals.
The members of The band and pageanTry
corps sTrived for perfecTion and precision. They
were under The direcTion of drillffield designers
Ron Hayden and Morgan Zeilinger. Ron and
Morgan were never fully saTisfied, There was al-
ways work To be done eiTher in music or on The
W V . field.
jg., N H A E The SparTans decided To dedicaTe This year's
D shows To The memory of Don Young.
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Q Tall Flags 4985-86: I. To R, J. Reeves, L.
5 Bernhard, C. McKay, A. Blanco, J.
E Schulkey, L. Mclnlyre, C. Melcalf,
E Lieul. S. Preslon, M. Lado, W. Wang,
and Capt. K. Brooks.
By K ymber Kimes son
Hi everyone, ijusT wanTed To wriTe and Tell you
what o greoT Time lhod in Lake Arrowhead over
The summer. My friend Michelle Lines ondl wenT
up To her faTher's cabin, and even Though we only
sToyed for a shorT period of Time, i ioved iT.
The minuTe we goT in The door iT seemed ThoT
The phone never stopped ringing as our parenTs
consTonTly coiled in To see how we were doing.
Once we seTTled in our new residence, we
were ready To enjoy The surroundings. Our firsT
nighT There we jusT soT at home playing cord
games, buT by The next morning we were oT Win-
chell's for doughnuTs and on The dock by sunrise.
The high poinT of our Trip was ice skoling at The
ice Palace. NeiTher of us hod been skating before.
buT we ThoughT we 'd give iT o Try. Michelle how-
ever, wdsn 'T so eager To Try again oTTer suffering
o few mishaps on The ice.
Well, The Time come for us To go home, buT we
boTh looked forward To The winter when we could
build a snowman, and once ogoin Try our luck aT
4985 86 lvlarchln Spartans L to R. Mr. K. Huelsman, M. Williams, M. Shidad, T. Prlce K Cantln T McCammon R Bergma
R Barnes M Bartley E Batista, G. Farrell, J. McDonald, K. Stuetzul, D. Berg, M Bundy T Gorham S Smlth D Bevens
Raymond E Haber R Strawn, N. Ristic, J. Delamare, E. Costanza, B. Monroe T Gibbs J Romandy H Hayashi K Kimes
N Friedman S Olquan T Wohahn, K. Kawanami, S. Nelson, T. Raymond, D. Everllng S Preston C McKay J Shulkey
Blanco M Lado W Wang J. Floccari, L. Bernhard, L. Mclntyre, C. Metcalf, J Reeves K Brooks C Wllson S Corbett
Ho H Frschle S Park M Fang, C. Doyler, J. Kirby and A. Rose.
And THQ bond
Don meonT o IoT To The people in The bond, ond
This is our woy of remembering him," sToTed flog
FTTGFTTDGF JGGDDG FIOCCGH.
While The bond oonoenTroTed on perfeoTing Their
sound Toll Flogs direcTor Belh Sully, dnd Donoe Drill
ddvisor Mcrgerie Goldsbcnd sTrived for perfeoTion
wiTh This yeor s pogenTry corps. 'll see good Things
os for ds our new sTyle is concerned," sTdTed Toll
fldgs odpT. Kathleen Brooks.
BoTh Toll Tldgs ond ddnoe drill emphosized donoe
This veor insTeod of precision. 'TAII of The girls hove
VPI-IS T985-86 moioreTTe Allison Rose
Tom McCammon smiles for The com-
erd while Rob Shulkey conoenTroTes
on The music.
Poge by Kimber Kimes
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Flag members Sandy Preston, Jeanette Reeves, Cin-
dy McKay, and Anne Blanco perform their routine for
Dance Drill Capt. Jennifer Kirby moves in
step with the music.
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Kathleen Brooks applies make-up before the show. - D I '
Mrs. Kurek expalins flag roufines To Jeanna Floccari, while San-
dra Preston is disTracTed by a band member.
Dance Drill H85-8o"2 S. Corbett, H. Fischle, S. HO, S. Park, M.
Fang, CapT. J. Kirby, and LieuT. C. Dorler.
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really good aTTiTudes, and They all work TogeTher,"
commenTed dance drill capT. Jennifer Kirby. Being a
member of The lvlarchin' Sparfans required hard work
and dedicaTion, buT everyone seemed To enjoy
"lT's a greai way To show spirlT in your school, and
Take pride in someThing you do well," sTaTed senior
When asked how he felT abouT The chances of
performing aT The World's Fair in Vancouver, Canada
band member Russell Bergman said "awesome"
This year was The VPHS "lVlarchln' SparTans" Time
By Lara C. Mclnlyre
During The summer, The Marchin' SparTans were in yiT-
ed To march in a parade aT KnoTT's Berry Farm. lf was an
honor To all of us, as we were The only band chosen To
perform. This puT more pressure on us, however, as all
eyes would be on us.
We had To meef early, as usual, To geT ourselves
ready To march. Once we arrived, we en Tered a gaTe,
and marched our way Through The approaching
crowd. We were very pleased wiTh our performance,
and we lefT wiTh a greaf sense of accomplishmenr.
Back aT school we all agreed ThaT The day was a
BandfDrilI Q Q,
Far and away, The mosT wide-
spread fashion accessories of The
4985- 4986 season were a parT of
The Swafch line. Alfhough The
main componenf of The Swiss-
pased company's producfs was
The "New Wave in VVaTches,"
Swafch sweaTshirTs, pockef
knives, comps, keychains, um-
brellas, posfers, and The "Maxi-
SwaTch" - an enlarged wall-size
Q clock in classic Swafch sTyles -
could also be found among The
possessions of a well-dressed
VPHS sTudenT. lmiTaTions, such as
"AwaTches," were less expensive
alTernaTives for Those who could
noT afford The sTeeD 340+ price
of The real Thing.
P I wIy Tfern
inspired by The ouflandish fashion examples seT py The popular
rock group "Prince and The RevoluTion," paisley hiT The VPHS fashion
scene in many shapes and forms. Everyfhing - from high Top Ten-
nies To panyfhose To The more mainsfream shirTs and panfs - dis-
played The profozoan forms in psychedelic colors. VVhaT was once
regarded as TIT only for Dad's old shirTs and Ties from The lsixfies now
became The sTaple design for male and female fashion plafes alike.
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Nou spena HOW MUCH on your
naiis?!" Thar auesrion is hearol loy
many girls on The VPHS campus olay
Even Those vvho have pecome
accusromea To The shock of Their
peers, male anol female alike, sTill
Tina iT hara To jusiiry even To Them-
selves vvhy They parT vviTh TvvenTy or
so olollars every Tevv vveeks To make
people ask 'iAre Those your real
hails," ana pe aple To reply i'VVell, l
paia Tor Them, so I guess so."
lviany girls who Tina The consTanT
arain on Their paychecks Too much
To pear have Their nails aone only
Tor special evenTs, such as Prom,
puT a greaT many feel ThaT The ex-
Tra few millimeTers or peaury acryl-
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are more Trencly ancl foleiiriiieiy cheaper! Qui' Ql'Cil'iCj-
moThers vvore Them To 'formal parTies ana clepuTanTe
palls, pui' The girls of The eighTies vvear rhinesTones vviih
iusi' apouT anyThing. Aiihough The 'faux gems may pe
purchasea aT The jevveiry counTer of your TavoriTe cie-
parTmenT sTore, The Gooclvvill or your ancienT aunT's
jevvelry pox may yiela some TanTasTic Trims" in The
phony cliamona aeparTmenT.
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The only rule To go oy when choosing
The "perTecT" pair of shoes To acceni'
your chosen sTyle is - "Abandon All
reason ana go vviTh your insTincTs." Ev-
eryThing Trom The l3riTish aerobic shoes,
i-Qeelaoks, To The nosialgic leopara-
skin creepers can pe Touna siroliing
The hallovvecl halls or VPT-iS on any giv-
en clay. These ocla examples coexisi'
vviTh The classic sTyles.
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AssociaTed Women STudenTs,
a club To which every girl aT VPI-IS
belongs, Thrived This year. The of-
ficers presented 'Sadie Hawklns,"
"Date Dad," "Looking Good,"
and "Hi Mom."
PresidenT Vivian Broadway T
said, "All of The officers This year
were very enThusiasTic."
AWS officers: G. Mater, S. Barnett, M.
Hare, T. Plantidosi, J. Marsden, C. Wil-
son, A. Rust, V. Broadway, L. Steens-
land, K. Butcher, C. Romero.
President Dustin Grosse displays Key Club pin as Mike Brueck-
mann, Jeff Leiva, and Steve Brase watch inTenTIy.
The Key To Success
T'Key Club, VPHS's all-male service club, was The
mosT involved and organized Key Club VPHS has ever
seen. AcTiviTies included a Red Cross blood drive.
"We Tried To provide helpful community service while
developing leadership in our members," said Dustin
Key Club: M. Vert, B. Meyer, J. Miller, C. Oh, J. Henig, M. Ko-
lonowski, K. Weissenmayer, D. Grosse, E. Sach, B. Gallegher,
F. Cabanes, S. Parekh, M. McPherson, R. Leiva, S. Brase, K.
Snailum, D. Wise, A. Leum,'B. Tomlinson, T. McNulty, J. Ber-
man, B. Beadle, B. Brown, M. Brueckmann, H. Kim, C. Stuart,
K. Wakamoto, M. Powers, M. Firestone, T. Yee, J. Sorensen, D.
Piper, M. Kuli, M. Klein, J. Amen, A. Rosen, M. Wynsen, D. Ya-
masaki, S. Oh, J. Simon, P. Lambeth, C. Starett, K. Beck, G.
Rainville, R. Jaques, D. Helmick, K. Johnson, A. Paulson, B. Er-
nest, D. Morrison, J. Young, A. Malo, J. Ho, A. Cohen, J. Leiva
and C. Rommel.
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By Allison Culler
Hi, How are you? i'm greaf. l'm in
Vail, Colorado wiTh my dad and sis-
Ter. iT's so fun. We are sTaying aT a
beauTifui lodge ThaT is jusT walking
disTance from The Gondallas.
IT has been so cold up here. We
also wehT skiing aT Beaver Creek.
The mounfain is huge.
One day we skied over The moun-
Tain and down info The village. The
village was beauTiful. They have res-
TauranTs on Top of The mounTain.
You can also ski in areas ThaT no one
has ever skied.
The only bad Thing is ThaT we have
To geT up so early. lboughf a greaf
new ski sweaTer. IT keeps me warm.
We 're sTaying one week, buT I hope
we can come back some Time. To-
day my dad goT a privaTe ski insfruc-
Tor for m y sisTer and me. He was from
France and he was gorgeous. We
really learned a lo T, andl wehT on my
firsT experT run. IT was super scary buT
l am glad l did iT.
Well l have To go, lam going To hiT
The slopes early Tomorrow morning.
DY Lydia Dunn
Nl-lS, CSF members: QsTanclingj Jeff
Johnson, Mike Shaw, Arnie Paulson,
KC Nowak, Tracy Grallo, Michelle
Johnson, Jeanelle Miller, Deanna
Kruse, Rebecca Miller, Sarah Ou-
zounam, Tracy Nelson, Kari Head-
nd, Lori Ashby, Karen Cole, Kim Wil-
lms, Irene Lelchuk, Gina Maier, Da-
Make The Grade
Becoming a member of The
NaTional Honor SocieTy and The
California Scholarship FederaTion
is a special honor To VPHS sTu-
denTs. ThroughouT The year They
experience special privileges.
Mrs. Sylvia Won, The supervisor
for The club, felT The club was Tull
vid Cohen, fkneelingj Chris Oh, Josh
Henig, Ellie Slemmler, June Malsu-
molo, Delia Perez, Palli Chu, Laura
Gales, Simon Chiang, Michelle Do-
sick, Susan Cho, CseaTedj Mike Klon-
owski, Young Mi Dekeyser, Lara
Sleensland, Alice Lim, Anne Ok, Mai
Trinh, Susan Hill, Michelle Hare.
Eric Sach, Bob Gallager and Chris Cosca are amused by a joke aT a Key Club
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Donny Pineda shows off his moves, while Kevin Richardson
ond Sieve Todd woTch
A skoTer's shoes ore on imporfonf porf of his geor
Kings of The
The subculTure of skoTeboording hos conTlnued
Through four generdfions, buT The currenf genero-
Tlon hos The lorgesT following and is increasing dolly.
His besT friend is his boord, ond sTreeTs, drainage
difches, hold-pipes, and drained pools ore his do-
The average skdTer spends mosT of his Time skoT-
ing, skdTlng, skdTing, ond possibly o few hours in
school, l-lord hlTTing punk is d necesslfv To skoTe ef-
fecTivelv. Some skdfepunks remain lovol To The
Block Flag Hermosa Beoch movemenf, while oThers
prefer To skdTe To The grinding of The Anguv Sd-
moons, 7 Seconds, Circle Jerks, The Fdcfion, or
The skofers' personal sToTemenT To The world is
The boTTom of his deck ThoT is usually decordTed
wifh sTickers, poinT, blood, ond splT. Skinned knees
ond bruised bodies ore dolly rigors of skdfebodrd-
ul hoven'T broken any bones, buT I have o loT of
SCGTS." sTaTed sophomore Danny Pinedo.
SkoTeboording hos sTood The Tesf of Time, and iT
will never perish. Almosf every Americon child hos
owned o deck, some Trucks, ond four pieces of
The excepfion mighT be, Todd Ramos who sold,
'll've never ridden o skofeboord, ond l feel like o
Friends Don'r I.er Friends Drive Drunls awaiT Telephone con.
HSADD is one of The largesT and mosT acTive
44' clubs on campus," sTaTes PresidenT Bill Meyer.
"Thanks To approximaTely 'IOO members, our
club has been insTrumenTal in giving rides
home To inToxicaTed sTudenTs."
ln order To be acTive members of SADD,
sTudenTs musT sign up To work weekends from
'lO:OO p.m. To 4:30 a.m. Two girls and Two
guys, and one parenT siT paTienTly waTching
movies and eaTing pizza, waiTing for someone
To call. Why would sTudenTs donaTe Their valu-
able Friday or SaTurday nighT To do This?
Vince DeFalco, advisor, has The answer -
"SADD members feel good abouT helping
oThers and have communiTy pride in dealing
wiTh one of socieTy's main problems."
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by Mary Buxfon
By Andrew Cohen
Exiling The airplane afTer my eleven hour flighT, l was
engulfed by The infense heaT and humidify. As l
scanned The horizon, l vie wed The unfamiliar rock
houses and mulficolored buildings. l had Hnally arrived in
israel along wiTh 450 oTher Teenagers my age, all of
whom were from Los Angeles excepf my friend, Ellen
Gerber, and myself.
Confrary To whaT mosT uniformed Americans be-
lie ve, Israel is noT a primifive sTaTe of blood ThirsTy peo-
ple. NOT only are There ancienT ciTies such as Jerusalem,
buf also modern ciTies like Tel A viv and Haifa. The char-
acTerisTic of blending The modern wiTh The ancienT is a
During our nine week vacafion we Toured, hiked, and
. D learned during The day abouT The differenT culTure. AT
' T' i f l vlz E nighr we enjoyed The fasT-paced life of dance clubs
,. and The nonexisTanT drinking age.
This summer l've gained a deeper undersfanding for
E PDO.-Buff BUCK The lsraeli culfure, and l now see The shelTered life of
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FronT Row: S. Osumi, K. Thom-
as. Row Il: J. Gabbe, M. Dela-
marler, A. Epler, J. Ross, K.
Maruoka, V. Broadway, S.
Waechler, K. Snailum, J. De-
Marco. Row III: M. Klonowski,
R. Fauleux, A. Szabo, K. Flo-
res, J. Miyawaki, D. Beehler, B.
Sumrall, D. Lehman. Row IV: P
Lambelh, H. Berman, F. Ca-
banes, S. Hill, E. Flynn, C.
Houslon, M. Verl, R. Wa-
lencewicz, J. Zaremba, R.
Denlon, T. Ramos. Row V: G.
Kumamolo, L. Gales, J. Mal-
sumolo, L. Gillelle, B. Drobish,
C. Gubler, Mr. V. DeFalco, R.
Jacques, Mrs. P. Fasbender.
Row VI: J. Kirby, K. Keany, B.
Meyer, and N. Cleary.
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CQ Ramos, Jeff Zaremba, and Dave Lehman. NOT picTured Belsy Drobish, and Lance Ip Op
AfTer a one year cruise To lands
X " unknown, The vacm Club has re-
Turned To VPHS. WiTh iTs second
M , M Cohen skipper, The ships are seT-
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HM Y' Ting sail again.
"YachT Club gives us chances To
Tice- Take parT in unique experiences,"
said Andrew Cohen.
The main purpose of The club has
noT been deTermined. l-lowever,
There will be a TloaT in The ChrisT-
mas boaT parade.
,V Board member Todd Ramos
miss sTaTes, "YachT Club is The only
club worTh a ship."
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The T985-86 Ski Club, headed by advisor Sieve Tarabilda,
wenT on many ski Trips ThroughouT The year. These Trips were
To such places as Goldmine, Snow SummiT, and UTah during
ChrisTmas vacaTion. IT was sponsored by The Explorers, parT
of The Boy ScouTs of America. "The Ski Club is one of The
: mosT popular clubs on campus and I had a greaT Time on The
Trips," said member, Brad Lynn.
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BoTTom row: Kay Nikookary, Andrea Domen, Craig Harlman, Eric
Schrader, Shawn Shamlou. Row Two: Andy Deak, Peler Nelson, John
Carcich, Laurie Cummings, Greg Sarkisian. Row Three: Mark
McCandIess, Roberl Mahony, Scoll Slovall, Slaci Waechler, Spen-
cer Greene, Alex Luem. Row four: Ken Hullgren, Randy Sleuber, Kel-
ly Kindl, Cari Reese, Kevin Halligan, Michael Wynsen. Row five: Rob-
erl Monleilh, Cindy Wrighl, Ranae Randels, Andrew Cohen, Brad
Lynn, Craig Mordock. Row six: Traci Elchandy, Valarie Raya, Kalhy
Burl, Tina Ramirez, Healher Ross, Jeff Zaremba. Row seven: Tim
Goldman, Greg Larson, David Hughie, Yo Shulo, Craig Hofslalier,
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tense game of Volleyball, as Dave Voyen hopes for lef-
by Darren Testa
On the fifteenth of October the ASB sponsored th
first Rec Night of the year. There were many gam
to participate in, such as volleyball, basketball an
German dodgeball. There were also a stereo syste
and a table with refreshments. "I went for the fre
food and the tunes. It was pretty incredible," state
Overall, there was a good turnout with about 45 st
dents showing up to participate. Ms. Theilman an
Mr. Devlin were also there to supervise. The Re
In the words of junior, Jill Siegel, 'tlt was an amazifl
During Rec Night Donye Mitchell struggles to shoot a bas- P Q Dy., ,, H f, Q dLydOD,,
ket as Chris Frye and Bob Miller watch closely.
senior, Dave Voye'
Nights are held to give the students a chance to rel
and socialize with each other in a casual atmospher
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On a cool afTernoon in OcTober,
VPHS held Their annual Club Rush To
recognize all clubs on campus and
recruiT new members.
Prior To The evenT, Craig Mor-
dock, in charge of ICC, held several
meeTings To prepare.
A decoraTed booTh for each club
displayed informaTion relaTing To
The clubs' purposes. AT The foreign
language booThs, foods from The
naTive counTries were sold To The
sTudenTs. 'il really enjoyed sampling
The differenT foods," sTaTed senior
Dance Choreography, a popular
club on campus, provided The
days' enTerTainmenT. An enThusias-
Tic crowd waTched as several girls
performed various numbers. i'Every-
one enjoys waTching The dancers
as iT seems To be The highlighT of The
day," said junior Sean Roby.
A few new clubs were esTab-
lished on campus. Among The fa-
voriTes were Junior STaTesmen, Cy-
cling, and Fishing.
Craig exclaimed, i'The purpose
of Club Rush is To gain new mem-
bers, and l feel This was accom-
Many sTudenTs crowd around The Ju-
nior STaTesman of America booTh as
Mr. Vince DeFaIco proudly says, "I am
Cheryl Gubler, Kari Butcher, Vivian Broadway, Lisa Rojo, and Robin Weissman
seek new members for The AWS club by selling aTTracTive iTemS.
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Nancy Dugler, Sarah Ouzouian, Lydia Dunn and Karin William-
son have a Tough Time deciding which goodies To buy from one
of The many booThs selling food. Lora Lenning and Brel Iverson
help Them make The decision.
The YachT Club booTh caughT The aTTenTion of many people.
l finally found a minufe To siT down and caTch my breafh,
so l ThoughT l would wriTe To you. These pasT few days, ever
since l arrived here, have been nofhing buT chaos.
Every Time l Turn around, we're going someplace, The
GreaT Buddha, A bicycle park, wiTh all sorfs of inTriguing
bikes, The Temple of The warriors, NASA, one of The oldesf
ciTies in The world, Kobe, home of The fisu swim games, and
The ever popular, To The Japanese, pachinko parlors.
l can 'T believe how many meTers we are swimming a day.
We sTarT aT 6:00 am swim 4,000 meTers, end aT approxi-
maTely 7 530 am. Tour for The resT of The day Till abouT 6:00 pm
and Then swim anoTher 7,000 meTers. AT nighT l don 'T know
where l am Hnding all The energy for This consTanT exercise,
buT l seem To be managing jusT fine.
The people l am boarding wiTh are very gracious. They
TreaT me as if l were a king. Alfhough many of Their ways are
differenT, lam finding myself growing very adepT To many of
Their cusfoms. l Think The biggesT problem, for me, is The
language, mosT everyThing sounds The same. Well we are
jusT abouT To eaT dinner, someThing really exoTic, so l musT
go. I will wriTe you again in aoTher couple of days.
P.S. l wish lknew where a lVlcDonald's was.
By James Clark
sfudenf Life Club Rush ill
A pholograpner from Alben' ana James poses Randy Barnes and Ja-
nie Herman for Their piclure.
l Sieve Brase and Christy
l Herrel Qbelowj ana David
l Voyen and Cheryl Gubler
y enjoy a slow dance.
page by Toad Ramos
all pnolos by Albert and James
Andrew Cohen and his dafe, Laura Sadoff, discuss
Their evening during a dance. During slow dances, The dance floor was packed.
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lvlany sTudenTs do noT know how The members of The
CoronaTion CourT were chosen. Seniors voTed for The King
and Queen, buT There was a criTeria for being on The courT.
FirsT, To be on The courT required aT IeasT one nominafioni
seniors and Teachers were eligible To make nominaTions.
AfTer all The nominaTions were made, Senior Class Advisor,
Mr. Dick Brunl, Took The names and checked grade-poinT
averages. Usually, members of The courT have aT leasT a 3.0
GPA. LaTer, a commiTTee of Teachers meT and narrowed The
number of nominees To 'ld males and females. The Teachers
looked aT These sTudenTs' service To school, eg: sporTs and
clubs, and Then Their service To Their Senior Class, such as be-
ing a class officer or helping ouT on spiriT day commiTTees.
Special emphasis was puT on service To class.
The T986 Coronafion CourT: Cleff To righTQ King - Mike Verl, Queen
- Lara Sleensland, Mike Wynsen, Tina Pianlidosi, Andrew Cohen,
Laurie Cummings, Michelle Hare, David Lehman, Alice Lim, Bill Mey-
er, Tracy Grallo, Todd Ramos, Vivian Broadway, and Sleve Brase.
The Academic De-
caThIon Team, be-
cause of Their hard work and dedicaTion, placed
'i2Th aT The Orange CounTy CompeTiTion This year.
The l2Th place finish was The highesT in recenT
Times. In addiTion To This, David Wise, Josh Henig,
Diana Bosko, and Noelle Cleary received awards
for Their ouTsTanding achievemenT. Each member of
The Team had To come To school aT 6:50 in The
morning Twice a week To sTudy and prepare for
compeTiTion. Team member Anila Epler commenT-
ed, HIT was difficuIT To geT up so early in The morning,
buT iT was definiTely worTh iT."
D4 sfudenr Life
page by Dave Lehman
The 4985-86 DecaThlon Team
CL To Ry: David Wise, Josh Henig,
Anila Epler, Alice Lim, Amy Sidwell, Lara
Sleensland, Michael Wynsen, Lara Gillell,
Noelle Cleary. NOT picTured: Diana Bosko, Gerry Pa-
By David Wise
We were driving souTh from Pennsylvania. l was sTarTing
The 2nd parT of my summer vacaTion, where I would be
living on a canal M: of a mile from The Florida beach.
Though l was looking forward To The change, l couldn'T
have imagined whaTl was aboui To see. When we arrived
in WesT Palm Beach, iT was 80' and very humid.
The nexT day aT The beach l swam in The 85' waTer.
While snorkeling, l was fascinaTed by The sighT of brighTly
colored Tropical fish, sinisier looking barracuda, and mys-
Terious mania rays.
ThaT nighT l wiinessed one of The mosT impressive sighis
of my life. One of The periodic ThundersTorms had rolled in,
and Though lcould see brighT flashes againsT The curTains, l
could hear noThing. l walked ouT on The dock and looked
inTo The sky. Looking sTralghT up, lsaw a massive pillar of
clouds, illumlnaTing iTself from wiThin and wiThouT wlTh
forked balls of lighTning. The closeness of iT was frighTen-
ing, yeT There was noT a sound made.
Looking back, Florida was one of The mosT inTeresTing
places l 've ever visifed, andl will ne ver forgeT my exper-
College Bowl Teorn
The College Bowl Team and The Junior STdTesmen
were Two of The new clubs on campus. The College
Bowl Team compeTed in d Trivia competition called
"lVloTch PoinTs" at Chapman College and suffered a
close second round defeat To SdnTa And. The Junior
STaTesmen, headed up by Anne Ok and David Wise,
debated such issues ds "Should The Turkey be our nd-
Tiondl bird?" and 'Does God exisT'?" "The debates
ore inferesting and give everyone o chance To ex-
press Their feelings on differenT subjects," said mem-
ber Dave Lehman.
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Dawn Butler, Anne Ok, Lydia Dunn,
Anita Epler, David Wise, Robin Hel-
mick, Advisor Vince DeFalco, Julie
Gabbe, Mini Delamarter, Pele Molin-
ari, Mike Vert, David Voyen, Sam Oh,
Valerie Dunn, Karin Williamson, Rob-
ert Jacques, Peter Nelson, Gerry Lins-
The T985-86 JSA Bodrd QL To Ry: James
Clark, Renee Walencewicz, Anne Ok,
Kathy Keany, David Wise, Andrew Cohen.
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Cn a safari, The 4985-86 Odyssey STaff, from lefT To righT, Top row, Anila Epler, Dave Yamasaki,
Mike Powers, Todd Ramos, Ken Wakamolo, Lisa Graber, Darren Tesla, Jill Siegel, Norm
McGrane,Helly Hofsleenge,Dave Voyen, 2nd row, Jeff Zaremba, Chris Oh, Susan Vance, 3rd
row, Kara Marouka, Jurae Ross, Mary Buxlon, Dave Hennessey, Genyalan Talavera, Keri
Snailum, 4Th row, Lydia Dunn, Julie DeMarco, Brenan German, Tammy Davis, Erin Slawson.
Odyssey Sroff ,sex
Yearbook advisor, Mr. Norm Johnson, helps Mary Buxlon order pioTures
for Cross CounTry.
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"Cool, leT's sign up."
"Yeah, I needed an easy class."
This is a oommom opinion abouT Annual
class. However, The people ThaT Take An-
nual know This is noT True. "We have To
meeT a loT of deadlines, so we are always
under pressure," commenTed copy ediTor
Many people don'T realize how much
work iT Takes To puT a yearbook TogeTher.
There are layouTs To draw, picTures To or-
der, oopy To wriTe, and inTerviews To seT
All of This Takes Time, and The deadline
makes iT hard To QeT everyThing done. "I
Think ThaT whaT makes The yearbook class
so much fun, is ThaT, when you sTarT off The
year, you don'T know anyone, buT by The
end of The year They're all your besT
friendsl" said Lydia Dunn.
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ails AlberT and James for a phoTograph order
Dave Lehman works very hard To finish his
layouT, while Dave Wise Tries To figure ouT
whaT's wrong wiTh his
LefT, "The EdiTors" from lefT To righT, Dave
Voyen, Keri Shailum, Genalyn Talavera,
Anita Epler, Darren Testa, Julianne De-
Marco, Lydia Dunn, Jurae Ross, Mary Bux-
, wg? Ton, Chris Oh, and Todd Ramos.
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Hallo Pap en Mam,
l-leT gaaf hier nog sieeds heel erg
goed. Zo'n achi uur nadaf we uii Ne-
derland verirokken, landden we in
New York. Daar hadden we een AFS-
kamp van drie dagen mei zo'n achfh-
onderd AFS-ers uii zo'n iwiniig landen.
DaT was eohi heel erg leuk. Toen ben ik
naar Los Angeles gevlogen. Hei is hier
echi geweldig, veel anders dan by ons
Thuis, HeT zonnige weer is prachiig, ik
ben al lekker bruin geworden.
Toi schryfs, HeTTy.
Hello Dad and Mom,
if 's siill going really good here. Abouf
8 hours affer we le fi Holland, we landed
in New York. There we had an AFS-
camp for 3 days wiih 800 AFS-ers from
20 counfries. Thai was lois of fun. Afier
Thaf l flew To Los Angeles. IT 's Terrific up
here, our differeni from home. The sun-
ny weafher is greai. lalready goi a ran.
See you, l-leiiy.
-l H.HiQ-iiangq -1.
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Seeking the Perfect
STanding in The new journalism room now locaTed
in Room 200 Clhey were moved over The summerj
enThusiasm is projecTed by The sTaff and Their advi-
sor lvlr. Travis Haskins. The room possesses all of The
TraiTs of a Typical journalism room including a com-
puTer, a Telephone and a wall collage wiTh biTs and
pieces of 60's paraphernalia. The wall conTains biTs
of everyThing from "flower children" To John F. Ken-
The sTaff, The majorify 'lrookiesf' suffering Their
firsT year on The Oracle feel, 'TIT was a liTTle rocky aT
firsT, buT we goT used To iT," said Sally Rooney. The
Oracle now disTribuTes To The whole Villa Park com-
muniTy as a hopeful ThrusT in adverTising.
Oracle advisor Mr. Travis Haskins was
The backbone and ThrusT behind The
EdiTor-in-chief Andrea Fris goes aboul The daily rouTine of run-
ning The paper wiTh a grin and professionalism.
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Oracle ediTors: Leah Carpenter, Shawn Kornely, Noelle
Cleary, Andrea Fris, Brad Lynn, Nancy Friedman, Kim Brady
By Leah Carpenter
During ChrisTmas vacafion of my sophomore year my
family packed all our suiTcases in our shiny blue van and
headed norTh To Vancouver, WashingTon. From There we
hopped aboard a ferry and Traveled across The sparkling
blue waTers of The Pugef Sound To our desTinaTion.' VicTo-
ria, BriTish Columbia.
Canada may noT seem like The mosT exciTing place in
The world To visiT, buT iT was preTTy exoTic for me consider-
ing l had never been anywhere more advenTurous Than
The firsT day of our six fun-Hlled days in VicToria, my
parenTs insisTed on going To The Canadian ParliamenT
Building fBoring!j. Well, my broTher, Dwayne, and l goT so
bored ThaT we diTched The family and checked ouT The
scene for a McDonalds. lT was real 'neaTo' because ev-
eryThing in VicToria is wriTTen in Two languages: French
and English. AT McDonalds, The menu was in French. They
had differenT foods There, Too. For example, pineapple
pies and kiwi shakes, yummmmmmm!
We wenT To oTher exciTing and wonderful places, Too.
There was a museum of live marine animals and planTs
C Too much fun for mej, and The famous BuTcharT Gardens
C we musT have over 300 picTures of flowersj. We made
The misTake of going shopping on Boxing Day, a Canadi-
an holiday. We wenT To The biggesT shopping mall l have
ever seen! My hearT skipped a few beaTs when I looked
around aT all The shops. l could hear Them calling my
name. l was ecsTaTic! lhad a big wad of Canadian curren-
cy To spend, and a whole day To do iT in.
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Spanish Club: FronT Row - Jeff Parker, Fred Cabanes, Jackie Perez, Madha Basarge-
kar, Susan Vance, Winnie Wang. Row ll - Monica Chavira, Alison Barbarosch, Kol-
milly Ly, Healher McMasTers, Samalha Sherman, Tracey Morgan, Dina Pin, Selheany
Han. Row lll - Miss Susan Laughinghouse, Debbie Dalmaioff, Laura Gates, Chris Nor-
man, Shanne Ho, Pam McSherry, Tina Ramirez, Ranae Randals, Susan Hill, Rachel De-
vol, Kim Williams, Rhonda Wright, Diane Brown, Abby Szabo, Trudy Wojahn, Wendie
The German Club was a
popular club on campus wiTh a
good-sized membership. Mr.
Brown, a German and English
Teacher, was The advisor for
Their fundraiser was The sale
of Gummi Bears. The club
members enjoyed selling Them
almosT as much as The sTudenTs
enjoyed buying and eaTing 3
The mosT enjoyable evenT 2
for The Club is The ocroberfesi E
celebraiion. lT is a German Tra-
diTion To celebraie The aufumn
season wiTh a big gaTherlng of
people, food and loTs of fun. 'TIT
was auiTe a celebraTion,"
The Spanish Club acTiviTies be-
gan wiTh a gianT Mexican lun-
cheon The firsT monTh of school.
The fun was confinued in De-
cember when The club wenT
caroling. They gaThered aT
one member's house and Then
sang ChrisTmas carols in Span-
ish. AfTerwards, a gifT ex-
change and indulging in various
Spanish desserTs Took place. "IT
is always a delighTful evening,"
commenTed club advisor, Miss
The Spanish club offered a loT
of enjoyable acTiviTies for sTu-
denTs To parTicipaTe in.
Cwmmenfed Club member 1-ra, German Club: FronT Row - David Hughie, Darcy Olsen, Chris Carler, Lisa Cooper, Yuki
Cey Grotto- Ishiguro, Simone Chiang, Carol Nakamura. Row ll - Alan Ikemura, Tracey Grailo, Erik
Arnold, Carlene Chiang, Charles Kim, Marlin Herman, Jeff Leiva. Row lll - Mark Block.
Terrance Yee, Tim Goldman, Yo Shulo, Kevin Yee, Guy Julian, Rich Leiva, Edwin
5hGkhVel'diGI1, MT. JGITITG Brown.
Latin Club: Front Row - Keri Uchytil, Simon Stone, Erika Larson, Henry Kim, Jennifer
Wynsen, Dustin Grosse, Kathleen Brooks, Sandra Osumi, Kelly Thomas. Row ll -
Mike Klinoski, Mini De Lamarter, Julie Gabbe, Mr. Pat Barrett, Brian Brown, Mark Fire-
stone, Simone Chiang, Michele Fang, Erica lshiguro. Row lll - Ken Johnson, David
The Latin Club is a continuously
growing club on campus. The
membership increases year by
year. Latin Club was led by co-
presidents Anne Ok and Dustin
Grosse. Latin and English teacher
Mr. Pat Barrett was the club's ad-
During Christmas the Club kept
busy. For a fundraiser the club
members sold gift wrap to raise
money and also organized a
food drive. The activity included
several clubs on campus. The stu-
dents donated food to the
needy people. Also the Latin
Club donated a turkey for each
A basket of food collected.
The Latin Club also took a fieldtrip
to the Getty Museum in Malibu.
Attending the museum was an
educational experience as well
Piper, Robert Waldow, David Helmick, Sachin Parekh, Mike Shah, Marshal Brustein, O5 OVW GVUOVUDIG lime f0V The
Sam Oh, Dao Hoangson.
The French Club
activities included var-
ious events. The club
took a trip to a the-
ater in Corona Del
lVlar to preview a
movie in French.
body gathered at a
French restaurant and
enjoyed eating var-
ious French dishes. "I
felt it was a good ex-
ed club president Ka-
l the activity that
the French club with is
their bake sales with
They are sold during
Club Rush and at oth-
er activities through-
out the year.
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French Club: Front Row - Andrea Dornen, Grace Kumamoto, Laura Gates, Michelle Dosick,
Donna Howell, Leah Carpenter, Tonia Elliott, Kay Brueckman. Row ll - Sandra Lau, Anna Ahn,
Paul Plank, Kim Williams, Erin Meyer, Megan Lee, Shawna Marsh, Jennifer Kesselman, Mrs. Ro-
berta Jester. Row lll - Truc Luyen, Pam Butcher, Steve Smith, Mark Bundy, Amy Young, Pritty Pa-
tel, Robin Klein, Karen Kawanami, Jeff Granito, Kathleen Thrasher, Justin Burnham, Paige
McLean, Kelly Mullen, Maylin Hsu.
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1,2 Student Life
Str tch Tal nt
Dance Choreography is a class ThaT has involved
creaTive dancers using Their minds To choreograph
unique dances. They were able To work wiTh profes-
sional dancers, available Through universiTies and col-
The dancers developed beTTer dance Techniques
and received The opporTuniTy To dance The roufines
choreographed by oTher members of Dance Chore-
ography. The dancers pracficed long and vigorous
hours To prepare for upcoming evenTs like Club Rush,
ChrisTmas Pageant, and The Spring ConcerT per-
formed in March.
The masTer classes and professional performances
helped The dancers To explore new capaciTy levels of
dancing. Dance Choreography was privileged To
have The New Zealand dance company, "Linkz,"
They performed modern dances and TaughT Dance
Choreography new Techniques To choreograph
BoTTom: David Cohen, Jolene Tofoya, Beth Stuart, Diana Guy,
Kristina Harnden, Shannon Geary, Ruby Yuan Middle: Trisha
Valentine, Kelly Kindt, Kristin Oliveri, Kristen Demers, Joanne
Miyawaki, Ariana Seeley, Uzama Price, Sandra Osumi, Ju-
yifhc' Valentine, RubY Yuan' Sandra osumi- Gnd Uzam? Iianne De Marco, Samantha Miller, Dana Moore, Cari Reese,
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Bea Schochler ..,..
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Frances Egan ..,.,...
Samuel Besler ......
Lou Marfin ......,..
Carole Blanca ,.....
Vivian Paine ......
Carrie Blaine ..,..
Jill Noris ,..........
Elizabefh Ellis .......,,
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Joe Ferone ..........,..,
Francine Gardner .....,.. .,..,..,.
Ellen .,.....,..,..,............ ...,.,..
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.. Rich Blanseif
Rusly O'Brien ..,..
Linda Rosen .......
Paul Barringer ........
Ella Friedenberg ,....,.
Charlolle Wolf ..... ...... L eah Carpenler
Sadie Finch .....,.....,... ....4........ A my Young
Lennie Newmark .,,... ..... D an VVC1ShingTOl"l
Jose Rodriguez .....
Harry Kagen ,.,.,,.
Rachel Gordon ,..,..
Charles Aarons ,.... ....,... S Te-phen Smilh
Helen Arbuzzi ..,.....,.,. ,..,., L eah COVDGDTGV
Alice Blake .....,.,....
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Under The direcTion of Mrs. Nancy Grissinger, and
assisTanT director David Morrison, The cast and
crew of 'lSTaircase" prepared for opening night.
Jerry McDonald worked with The cast in making
sure That The sTage had proper lighting while Brian
Scarson and Mike Fulton ensured ThaT all scenery
had been placed on sTage.
As The audience poured in, Karen Swearinger sold
Tickets, and Natasha Ristic, Robin Klien, and Cathy
Loss showed people To Their seats.
BacksTage Linnette Dodd, Vikki Jacobson, and
Tracy Morgan helped The cast with cosTumes and
Finally, The curtain was pulled, and The show began.
4985-86 Drama Cast: M. Bundy, M. Morrison, L. Dunn, P.
Sullivan, D. Tobin, B. Braun, D. Washington, C. Blaine, R.
Bergman, J. Kirby, J. Friend, D. Weber, J. Romandy, S.
Smith, R. Blansett, V. Taylor, L. Babbitt, A. Young, K. Nicker-
son, S. Sanford, T. Strom, L. Carpenter, L. Pinzon, K. Kimes,
and C. Agay.
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Chorus: Man Green, Beverly websleifdennirer Blank
Marc Bundy, Jeff Granilo, Erlk Keller, Kathleen Naruse
Craig Holslaller, Iodd Ramos, and Flavia Andrioll
Crew: Valerie Dunn, Melanie Vllel, Karin
Klm williams, Heather Miller, Cheryl Koch, Brla
son, Robymllelmlokg Calm Loss, Stephanie Malzel
penler Cindy Mowery Carol Agay
Jell Friend, Angle Molinari, Carl Rees
McCartney, Diana Chrlslenson,
Andrew Cohen Ariana See- fer Romandy. Jeni Kosovlch, Russell
' . llvan, Evelyn Haber, Donna Everling
'ey' CGSGY Smffen Gnd Leshe Diana Jacobs, Dave Voyen and cheryl
Vickl Taylor, Blake, Tracy Albrecht,
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To find The perfeci siep, as Robin Johnson and Colleen
Preston look on.
Nyla Newman, Terrance Yee, Caihy Mesaros and Ken Bo-
land dance To music provided by a D.J.
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By Jurae Ross
JusT ThoughT l'd drop you a line from here in DeaTh
Valley. We are having a 'blTchen' Time cafchlng rays,
slghrseelng, and checking ouT The guys. lT's 400 plus
degrees here while back ln Orange iT's raining caTs and
dogs - ha ha ha, sucker,
lT's very educaTlonal hereg we saw loTs of puff lish and
rams. The scenery is gorgeousp The painTed deserT is
very brlghf and colorful. We've had fun playing in The
sand dunes and geTTing buried up To our necks, You
would never expecT To Und someThlng as inTeresTing as
ScoTTy's CasTle, lT is really a slghT To behold, everyone
should geT The opporTuniTy for This super excursion. l
never ThoughT such beauflful creaTlons exlsTed in The
sandy old deserT.
We meT some really neaT people ThaT we are in
conTacT wlTh now. One Thing ThaT ls really asioundlng is
all The people who have died ln The wlndsforms on The
deserT floor. The wind was Terrible lasT nlghT. We had To
eaT our supper all huddled in The Truck, so The sand
wouldn 'T geT ln our fried chicken.
lguess l'd beTTer end The leTTer so l can soak up The
rays and sip up The sodas. See you when l'm Tan and
P. S. Be sure and waTer my planTs and feed my poor llTTle
froggy or you die!
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This year's Sadie Hawkins,
'iBoogie ln The Barnyard," was held
in The VPHS gym. The gym was
designed and decorafed by Tina
Pianlidosi and Michelle Hare.
DecoraTions, hay and cowboy haTs
wiTh every couples' names on
Them, were placed and hung
around The gym.
As The evenT approached, girls
searched for The perfecT guy To
accompany Them. Once daTes
were found, maTching shirTs were
boughT, dinner reservaTions were
made, and finally The big nighT
As The barnyard doors opened,
couples enTered ready for a
memorable nighT. They danced To
The music provided by a D.J. and
viewed Their favoriTe videos on a
large overhead screen.
Picfures by AlberT and James
were available for couples who
wished To pose on The bales of hay.
Sadie Hawkins' is sponsored by
The AWS. Vivian Broadway,
presidenT of AWS sTaTed, i'lVlany
days of preparaTion were Taken,
buT I feel They were worTh iT. 550
people aTTended This year's dance,
and To me iT was a success!"
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Jason Willis and Tammy Dodge Take a momenT To enjoy each oThers company.
Juniors Wendy Hammond and Aaron Hichman look aT Their marriage cerTificaTe as
'Father' De Falco puTs his signaTure on iT.
Sadie Ho wkins
IT wds 7:30 on SdTurddy morn- groups ond osked To devise on
ing ond over 200 sTudenTs filled dcTion pldn, ronging from cleon-
The cofeTerid. This wds The week- ing The cdmpus To school spiriT.
end of All STors. All STors proughT AfTer free Time come "Expec-
high expecToTions To VPHS. TdTions." The supjecT wds "WhoT
"Coll ond Response", led by guys expecT from girls ond vice
Waller Hollins pegon The week- verso." The onswers were shock-
end ond showed eoch of us ThoT ing.
VPHS con be number one. On Sundoy, The workshop
All STor shields were nexT on coiled "You ore your own besT
The dgendd. Edch person wds resource" encourdged d posiTive
given o shield, osked To fill iT ouT, dTTiTude in The porTicipdnTs.
ond Then To shore iT wiTh o group VViTh The reoding of The All STdr
of unknown people. code, The weekend come To o
AfTer lunch wds "Tedm Time." close.
STudenTs were divided inTo 'TLeT's keep The spiriT dlive."
ll ph T by lvlory Buxton
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David Cohen, Ilene Lelchuk, ond John Crisp lisTen
To direcTions on how To compleTe Their All STor
Roising his hond, John Genova woiTs for his chonce To speck.
1 Srudenf Life
LGUIGSI1 MOOTG, KCII'6I1 KCIWODGITIL Julie
DeMarco, Siephanie Lanzone, Diana Ja-
cobs, Diana Christensen, and Kim Miller
discuss The evenis of The clay, before
drifiing io sleep.
Brandi Newman, Sieve Jansen, Mark
McCandIess and Angie Molinari lake a
break, as Mark Fishburn searches for his
Varsity Club: Robbie Denton, Jeff Zar-
emba, Randy Buck, Brenan German, '
Advisor Mr. Steve Tarabilda, Pat
Glenn, Nathan Bugg, Pete Molinari,
James Clark, Todd Ramos, Tom Lo-
faro, Craig Mordock.
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Drama Club: Lydia Dunn, Valerie Dunn, Robin Klein, David Morrison, Mike
Woltte, Robert Shultz, Advisor Mrs. Nancy Grissinger, Brian Scarson, Robin Hel-
myck, Andrea Barbarosh, Jeff Glass, Mark Bundy, Natasia Ristic, Jeff Friend,
Angie Molinari, Constance Anasis, Shanne Ho, Cathy Loss.
4 2 Student Life
Fishing Club: Dan Drake, David Moffatt,
Advisor Dr. Steve Ebert, Brian Burnett,
Pete Matrisciano, Roy Nakamura, David
At VPHS many new clubs were add-
ed to accommodate the interests
of the student body.
The varsity club was reinstated this
year, thinking over new ideas that
will be put into practice in the fol-
lowing years. A member had to
earn a letter in a varsity sport to
participate in the club's activities.
The drama club enabled students
with an interest in aspects of the
theatre to meet with others who
shared the same interests. Meetings
and outings were held with the dra-
ma club, under the supervision of
advisor Mrs. Nancy Grissinger.
A new club was introduced that
gave anglers at VPHS a chance to
fish together and enjoy each oth-
Dr. Steve Ebert advised and cast
alongside these eager outdoors-
men. Fishing expeditions were
planned and they went to Catalina
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man, Darren Rettig, Joni George,
Mary Dufault, Heather Elsberry, Jen-
nifer Galus, Daniel Cara, Brad Lynn.
fir Mike Danielson, Pete Molinari, Tracy
Albrecht, Kelly Anderson, Jim Soren-
son, Dave Wise, Nathan Bugg, Todd
Ramos, Randy Steuber.
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This year's Pep Club provided
support at athletic and other
school events. This club was an
excellent opportunity for girls to
get involved and encourage oth-
ers. Miss Pendleton was the
adivsor and friend of this group of
Pete Molinari founded this
year's camping club. The club
may not have accomplished
much in the way of activities,
however, the spirit of this dor-
mant club burns with a fevered
pitch of excitement. This merry
band of tent wielding explorers
1 I, yy . hopes to camp out in the beauti-
V' "': A - ful outdoors. Club advisor, Mr.
G ig 'rvnff Q Ray Schanafelt, made this club
' i'l' T ' possible.
Pep Club: Kay Nikookary, Robin Gray, Advisor Miss JoAnne
Pendelton, Chrystal Shiebe, Lisa Graber, Julie Melody, Kim
Coddington, Jackie Perez. Not Pictured: Jennifer DeFiore.
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Camping Club: Mike Powers, Davi Ya-
masaki, Robbie Denton, Brenan Ger-
"Hanging loose" Meghan Domer Laurie Cummin s
IT was ladies' nighT ouT on Friday, March 7,
for The Girl DaTe Boy dance, "Lucky STars."
For a change, The dance was held in The
school caTeTorium insTead of The gym. IT was
decoraTed in green, by Laurie Cummings
and Lara STeensIand, for The upcoming ST.
PaTrick's Day. A D.J. supplied The music for
Some couples aTTended parTies afTer The
dance, while a few oThers l'cruised" in Their
limousines for The resT of The evening.
ul had a loT of fun aT The dance," sTaTed
senior, Howard Saldarini. "We aTe dinner aT
Del Taco and enjoyed The resT of The nighT."
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and Andrea Fris smile for a group porTraiT wiThouT Their
Natalie Thompson and Michelle Tunsiall discuss dinner
and Their daTes.
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Jason Ross Talks To Billy Gilbert, while Tracey Hunt, Mall Monnig.
and Regina Turner "check ouT" The dance floor.
1 Al Student Life
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Sound System. L to R: Michelle Ewing, Be-
verly Webster, David Piper, Brent Spald-
ing, Kim Horlon, Teresa Bellis, Jennifer
Blank, Kristina Harnden, Norelk Yacoub-
Zadah, Bret Iversen, Holli Bleier, Kath-
leen Naruse, Alison Rose, Flavio An-
drioli, Jett Hoey, Trisha Valentine and
Karin Williamson. in front: Deanna Stra-
chan and Matt Green. I
Standing at the piano, Heather
McMaster, Karin Williamson and Deb-
orah Dalmatoff practice for the last
time before the concert starts.
' Every morning at 6:45 a very
ff- unique and talented group of
Wi I, . students gather to unify as one
,Q ' ""ii"" and sing under the energetic di-
rection of Ms. Blakley. The
Chamber Singers, as they are
called are more than a usual club.
In fact, to get in one has to audi-
tion the year before. Jennifer
Blank, a vocalist commented, 'tl
have a lot of fun but it's a lot of
hard work too." i'Only the most
dedicated students survive the
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The Class of '86 has finished Their Trip
abroad Through The foreign lands more
commonly known as The Public School
sysTern. The Seniors have Taken a Twelve
year Trip Through Time. For some The Trip
may have been longer Than They had
originally anTicipaTed. The Trip has been
noT jusT a sTaTe of mind buT of body and
soul as well. A sorT of Twilighf zone Through
During Their Trip, Seniors encounTered
many hosTile beasTs such as The SAT,
CAP, and AchievernenT Tesfs. Seniors
also had To worry abouT college applica-
Tions and college reauirernenfs. As spe-
cial ambassadors of sTudenT life, Seniors
had The chance To aTTend dances and
school funcTions. God forbid ThaT a senior
should rniss even one of These special oc-
casions. IT was jusT unheard of profocol
for a 'senior'
However, being a Senior did have iTs
advanfages. Seniors received special
TreaTmenT and superior sTaTus. They were
husfled Through cusfoms Cofficeb, don'T
have To waiT in long lines aT The airporT
Csnack barb, and are familiar wiTh The pro-
cedures of local rooms Csenior classesl.
Around lvlay, Seniors sTarTed To see The
lighT aT The end of The Tunnel, and began
To anTicipaTe receiving Their passporTs To
freedom CgraduaTion cerTificaTesD. How-
ever, sorne seniors fell by The wayside,
vicfirns of The dreaded disease ThaT sadly
affecfed hundreds of Seniors each year,
llSenioriTis." Those who were more forTu-
naTe conTinued on Their perilous journey
A high school sTudenT's senior year may
be The Toughesf nine rnonThs of Their lives,
buf iT will be one advenTure ThaT They will
probably never forgeT.
Seniors Mike Wynsen and Julie Marsden cele-
braTe graduaTion by dancing The Tango siTTing
page by Lydia Dunn 81 Jurae Ro
The Missing Senior Council
My head Throbbed painfully. How could I
possibly wriie a sTory on The senior council
when l had no idea who They were. l
racked my brain -- who were They any-
way? i vaguely remembered an eleciion
laiejlasl year, bul l couldn'Trecail who had
,Then inspiration occurred. l would inier-
vlew local seniors and prim' Their answers. I
was surelhe seniors would know.
Cmej Do you know who The senior sena-
Missing Senior Council Found
The .following answers were accompanied
by lolanlerslares and olumbfounded looks.. C
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By Mike wynsen
When asked if I've ever done any exTensive Traveling abroad, I usually
reply mocklngly, "No, buT I've been To Ohio!"
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fl was running out of Time, DesperaTe for an-I
rswers li wenT undercover and looked up an
Told newspaper. WiTh Mr: Haskins as my
Trusiy helperl solved The mysiery. I
l produced The missing names. Now, for
The firsT Time possibly anywhere, are The
names of The senior class officers. Andrew
Cohen, Lara Gillelle, Mike Wynsen, Tong
Hong, Cheryl Gubler, Sieve Brase, Susan
Hill, Jeff Leiva, Chris Slewarl, Greg Burton.
Our Senior PresidenT is Lara Sleenslond,
Vice Presideni is Brenan German, Secre-
Tary is Ellen Gerber, and Treasurer is Jurae
I was lucky enough To Tour The infamous sTaTe in The summer of 4978,
when I wasn'T old enough To appreciaTe, buT I was young enough To
The sTaTe iTseIf is a veriTable wonderland of shocking discoveries. Any
IiTeraTure nuT burning To experience Dan Te 's Inferno firsT-hand should defi-
niTeIy plan on visiTing Toledo. In The summer, The heaT is more Than sTifllng,'
The humldiTy makes you feel as if you're Taking a never-ending shower! If
smog is your Thing, youll love IT There. lndusTriaI freaks will enjoy The many
smoky facrories ThroughouT The clTy, filling The nose wlTh indescribable
fumes. AesTheTicaIIy, The sTaTe doesn'T have much To offer, excepT per-
haps as The locale for a realislic AITa Dena adverTlsemenT.
There are Those who love Ohio, and I am one of Those selecf few. In
facipgrs a greaT sTaTe andl would go again Today wiThouT hesiTaTion, if I
Well, maybe noT Tomorrow.
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Jeff Levia, Lara Sieenslcmd, Ellen
Gerber ond Chris Stewart discuss Their
plans for The Coronoiion Donce.
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DAVID ADELE -- Surf calendar shows 150 days in 85 lncldng Mex
6x'and Hawaii and the colt still runs Scott get your license Todd get
a real lab Phil stay hipster Sea you out there on those classic days
Never forget monster pipe 85
LISA ADVANI -- BF's Weird. Suz. Mel twn els JV CHRIVAK SONG
Grd times Homecoming 8: Sumr B5 wflelil Nvr dget Toro! Fun x's wl
rand Swocr QRD's Flynl A Bzlrlll!!!l Plm Spmgsl Nwprtl Thxgiving
.par-t. at W'a wfhlarlr Love You Mom, Dad. James
KAREN ALEXANDER -- Pnrtyln wlSues, T. J. V, K, M, A E Res PS.
LA. CC, Ramps! Homcming "M" Sadias "SS", Toga, PJ. Norco!! New-
port Ch Inn, IBIS, Big A Jacks 18th. Snealring! Ten courts l5th 8:
18th sta. July 4. 85 Crist 85 Love Always Rod. Kris, Mom, Bill and
ma! . i A l y u
BECKY ALLEMAN -- Grlx's nrfShae, Kim, Mia Best pall Tam, Trac
rnrr 4-get Glynrlra imz Time Wit-p '85' Piglet 8: pooh 4-ever H20 ski
Havasu-party! CC: and straw Mags Beach Hue '83 Hey Hose!
Hinconiing '85- Bk-I iunx'6 sup, dude? alwyn nnbr u dave Luv u
Mnuennar. S y L ii
TER!-LYN ALLEN - l'm free! Bronlts here l come! llernhr James!
Pd-GM 784. Sliusketeerd 4-ever. Nik' 1 Staci Luv u guysrsteph Alwys
injrny heart. dont 4-get me! l love u Mom. Teague, GILG. Thank u 4
believing! Pop, This ones 4 you! ' I
.JAMA ANDERSON 1- This is dedicated. to you Mom l love you and
thanx I guens lnever said that enough. B-hal V-ball Mgr Track I
Thanlavianoy and 'PJT luv ya'Fam.'-Sue, Friends f BHK-KEL, JO,
TRAC. ANNE. N
.un Aimfnson -- Famer: 'ss ws. n-wan nm we were any
iriiz Derltk, ,Doarr,!Jini, Paul. and Gang. Blue room party Happy hour
Tallsl to Bigger and better things. take it cool later on Love you
Maaiiiadmrsis. l L A l , l l
LOB! ASHBY - Thx VP! Gr8 :fs wf Gay 'irate Karn June Alwys
' relhhr itballi 'ltlihys"urlGG Alyviv PM AE BG Luv u Shells! T-'renz 4-
Neyer Surnmer,B5,Kose Bowl BYU here I come! Luv ya Mom Dad
Cherylhave Randy '86 Grad '
' ,ANDREA BAKER -- Thx Vic .Sub Mel LN SB lorrgd xi Sting U2
Alanna: Clockwork groupies! rem Damian 8: Helen Luv Mum Bob
Cheryl Caroline'GB 86? , '
CBTHLEEN'BAlCElT i- I did ill-B6 Var pep! Rem: Mammoth P.S. 8:
A friends! FN reader fm Tara may new sham rm. Man! craig
Briggs! Going N3 Dances 84. 85.88 THX Craig 4 all the aupport! and
the love! Grt x's Thx Rich dl. Mary! Lv Bros 8: Sis! INLO!
srevssnmn -- sr was was sdmn ve r rave ya Thani. u nan love
you 32 Atrnid Spices in Westwood and LA scare on Santa Monica
Blvd wya mr 'Melrose aa a mo a day Pea-ce Ez Love 4 ina worm
rhraornl :fn at Dok Ru.,18? God 8: Siouxsie The MBU CYA N V
ROBIN BARNES - Pm outa here finally. Heres to the future.
l CHEESE. Fun x'a wffBandi Tracie, rrliemls. Thx Yor-3 great years Ke-
vinfbiclr. Good friends and good times to come. SPEEDY. Mis you
Grand-ora, 'Thx to Mom ale 'Dad Bi Ran Hr Hoo ' N "f
SIEVEQBARNETT - Nvr Ergt :Ha wlSK -ISP. crd The HILL Pud
ri RJs Pre River 'M Bsktbl 142 Shaltedl THE CORNER BODTH in
MV J5 oi Us url ,Tnga 83 ,"Snrneltlrit" Al 'Erlrns 24 KQL-'Mltslif ezer
Al nghfrs gregr JAMS at VG its all RB thx MRD 4 all
i i 'rrmcv -rmnrxo - was is ming nan ima Maury rua times Wm.
my' Pig 1 love you! Motley Crue 85, Prom 85 and member G-D-B?
'Benbh House, Robert 'ha ha! Bonwt run: wlhst frnz Sain and Becma
luv ya. Period 4 gossip? Hqpel make it! Thx iamily. luv ya Bye.
MEDHA BASARGEKAR - Alwys remember best friend Wendie.
Good timed wi Seetheany. Jackie. Lina. 8: Chen Chen Grt x's, in
Spanish Club, Love to Muni 8: Dad Q Family thanks for everything
'Good 'luck tu nidiava and Cm an mirage '
ROBERT! BASlC -- Thanks to Horn and Dad and larnily - Love you
' lots Mom -- Great to he outa here couldnt have nrade it without my
,good friends ,Rick Slick and Todd Toad , N N ,
JOHN BAUMANN - Great times at VPHS all my lr-lends. Varsity
'Golf '84-8651! Luck to Everyone! Thanks Mom K 'Dadl HAVE FUN!
BRANDON BEADLE -- Crazy times with Mike. Craig. "5linlc'f, Tina.
Ken. lliaren. Football and Track. The tanlr E Creet The Sub "Vert
You Animal!" Love you Mom 8: Dad 8: Jeff. ,
KELLY BECK - Tm finally outa here -- x-Country 83, 84, 85 Track
84.85. B6 Grt times with friends -- Rembr Disneyland, Mammoth,
terrurizing Ez everything GREEN MACHINE the Ultimate mobile. ,Cn
toeollege and more .great lim D. games. Thanks Mom 81. Dad 8: Fam.
DUANE BEEHLER -- Best Frenz -- Matt.. Viv. Brent, Shannon dz
Ruby. 'lnside Jokes! I miss Surfing wf the gang! Newport Harbor par-
ties. I never have any money! SDSU fl hope! Remember P in the clos-
etl need a girlfriend! Springs 85 Thx Mom Hr Dad Er Sis Luv U
TERESA BELLIS A- Frm x's w!Chambers 8: S.S., Alwys Remhfr Sadies
B5 E Sumr 85, Kimby lllulsble Puppy? Cod. don't frgt tn breakaway
from Tokyo, mrr irgt my BD's JD, KC, CS, AR, KW. 81. Bl, Luv u MGD'
Sk frnds. Luv U Scooter, .l , '
David Marc Lisa Karen
Adele Adrdy Advani Alexander
Becky Teri-Lyn Jana Jim
Alleman Allen Andersen Anderson
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King need Toworcls ineir fovoriie lunch spoi.
By DJ Reffig
My friends, John and Robby, andl were off
on a 27-hour journey To The far region of The
greaT WhiTe NorThl
WiTh our bags packed and our good-byes
said, we were off on an advenfure. We
passed Through California, Nevada, UTah,
lvlonTana, idaho, Wyoming, BriTish Columbia,
and Hnally reached Calgary, Alberfa, Can-
A week wenT by very quickly. We were
ouT of money, and we refurned To California.
AfTer packing and saying our good-byes,
we lefT, only To geT in an accidenf wlTh The
biggesf Truck l have ever seen!
l?obbie's brand new Subaru XT Coupe
looked like a piece of crumpled school pa-
per. We had no money or place To sTay. We
had money wired To us wiTh plane Tickefs.
We called and Told our Canadian friends
whaT had happened, and The nighT before
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we were To leave, They drove 5 hours from :gags Bsgfnvgi - . -
Calgary, Alberfa, To Cranbrook, B.C. X Y T MAGYZJQ
On The flighT home, l Thoughf abouT all The Ki -9515
new friends and new Things The Trip added To
my life. lhad spenT one of The besT Times wiTh
my Two friends, John Doering and Robbie Q
Huberl. l shared The besT of Times laughing QQ
and being wiTh boTh my new and old friends. QQ
l-.Q -- Tracy Medha Roberl John
Barlko Basargekar Basic Baumann page by J . D M
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Brandon Kelly Duane Teresa Walling for darkroom privileges are Joe Cadena
Beadle Beck Beehler Bellis and Rich simmons
T Dana Wakeham, Anila Epler, Becca Karen Russell HarveY
and Trisha Valenline fighi hard Bennell Bentley Bergman Berman
T To defeai The boys in The Tug
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Marcy Janine Judi Diana
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by Lydia Dunn
By Abby Szabo
"Buenos Dias y Bienvenidos a Mexico Se-
noras y Senoresl"
Those were The l7rsT words l heard as our
piloT comple Ted a perfecf landing af Mexico
Cify Airporf. This lasT summer Noelle Cleary,
5 oTher siudenfs and myself were selecfed
as sTudenT ambassadors To Querefaro,
Our firsi sfop was Mexico Cify. Affer waii-
ing 2 hours, collecfing our baggage, and
bribing our way Through cusfoms, we man-
aged To hail a couple of Taxis and wenT To
our hofel. Afier an evening of unpacking
and resfing, Noelle Cleary and l decided
ThaT we would be brave and "scope" ouT
The scene on The boulevard. During ouT Two
hour excursion we encounfered an old beg-
gar woman, Two drunks, and a carload of
guys yelling aT us.
On our Tour of The ciTy, we saw The NaTlon-
al Cafhedral, The Nafional Palace, The Shrine
of Guadalupe and The Azfec pyramid.
My opinion of Mexico soon changed once
I goi To Querefaro. Affer geffing To know my
hosf family, l decided ThaT Mexico wasn'T
such a bad place. The people were hospifa-
ble and offered us anyfhing we wanfed.
Afier 3 days of going To fiesTas, dancing Till
dawn, and lounging around The local coun-
Try club, l was in heaven.
lvlexicos like a rosef if has lis beaufy and ifs
Thorns. l was lucky because l gof To see bofh.
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Casey Starrett and Jeff Rodney discuss
their off campus escape while Jill Cas-
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by Norm McGrane
BECCA BENNETT - Nvr 4 get x's w!Gen - desert rata - 4evr!
rembr -- pk dr exeulbst frnd-s-Serg, Gen, Lis, Heath. Lydia. Karin,
Sandralaniml tape w!CaroIyn 4 grade! fun in the jungle! !Lnve ymr
Mom. Dad. Jeff. Greg! thanx M. Love that milk Trace!!
KAREN BENTLY - Grt x'r wflfrnz Jeni, Mary K, Erika. Mary M. my
true best friend, we've had 2 many gd x's 2 remember. River x'l R
the grtest eapecialy Lab day 'B5. l wlll nvr forget U Matt K. BB HH LL
CC where R U? At a Frat P. Luv ya M l D
RUSSELL BERGMAN - V - V-PPP - H --' H --- SSS - I-X w- X-
l-X - X-V - XP - XP - HXSS-K-! - XXX -- I-Graduated!-or-I
Graduated?lKara-and-Kathy-Adv-Read-Pals I-Ii-Trudy. Denise. Deb-
bie, Glen-lr Friends-'I'hrra M H D
HARVEY BERMAN - 3 years are finally over. Off to college lAir
Force Acpdemyltl 3 yrs water polo I5 in Germany Hawaii 5 Santo
Barbara. Swimming Q SADD Fun times with Fred Bc Gang. Nvr 4-get
Prom 86 Need Something typed? Thanx Mom Hz Dad Bye VP
JIM BIEN -- Hey. were outa here! Thx to all who helped me! LL will
live forever! Bobby control your 3 Sl Go MTV MPR! Let the good
times wntinue for all nf U who no I'Il miss U! Ma. Pa, Bula. Jeff.
Chuck. Fred, females and everyone else, Live It Up!
SAMANTHA BLAIN -- Thx Mom Mis we did It 2-gthr u r a grt cuz
Always rmbr Jin 8: Lis Skating 1 big checks! Thx Renzo 4 being auch
a special frnd! Grt :Is w!Legn, Vic, Finn. Mich 8: Fred l Mary l'lI nev-
er 4-get my 16th Thx I Love You Ken Lever!!!
GARY BLUCKER -- Good :fa Bad x's I had my shr. ArrnylPCC!
BYU? Ride what? hike Jeff. Bob buy real clothes Marla. Kit 3 5 Ben-
otto Biciclette Lord, You ARE my hiding place The friends I made
here will always be me - anywhere ST HB JC M I Love You Hom
SCOTT BOLT - Pearse! Best X's WIMM, JA. DW, DM, CS, JP,
Loums. I Luv U Kris Surf 4-ever Mex. 13 Dead shows '54 .Buidk'God
V Bless Fam. lt'n Party X
MARC? BOLTCN --f Cuba Gals: J. Sclluba Kelly L. N. Seliga M- John-
son Gd x's will-I Scome 4 dimension Tracy this is absurd! Rolling
Seniors Gee The Damned at M.J.'s parties. Love my fam. Mom H
Jlm, David 8: Renee Grt fun w!5.S. in B.B. 5.5. U ll so cute
JUDI BORTLE -- EXCLNT x's Shrd wflfrlst Bs! fmd I3 yrs :wt
cheeks Bruce -- PPSI LGHT JIII MUPPETS "HI LITTLE BOY" HW!
86 Frnds 4 ever GA YB OB U2 "GO GO" PRTY url other frnz Luv U
JJ. Thnx 4 mlrng this year the bet Luv U Z DAD, MOM, furly Sr.
DIANA BOSKG -- Outa here! Bat lr Kim - TPing get caught? CBS
Staff 'BUFFALO' UR special Kava! Fun x's wl Candace - lunch 5 Sa-
dies, LS 8: WP 8: MB2l Thanx G00 4 errrtlmg - UR my Strength Ps
3l:l4! Alwys DL -- BYE TR! l made it NAN! My Bri! Luv 2 Mom 8:
Dad Bc Fam
STEVE BRASE -- 3 Fun yrs at VP! Thx 2 all my frnds 4 x's 7 fun
memreeafMB ER Al. KB DG BM CS JM JS TF f Mamth, X-Cntry,
Track, Nvr 4get these gr8 yrs Luv U Mom. Dad, Ke Bro, Thx 4 ev-
' V H1559
DAVID BRIL - HAD RAD xl: Wftlim' T. Chris 5. Rob C. Bert. Hey
Boay! Vars. HGOPS 441, wfboug, Barney, Burton, Ox. Sipe etc. Hi
to Jacl:le'S, Sude, Vilri, Karerfs, Tammy, Kim's. BEST OF LUCK
GUYS! College or Bust! Luv them LV Rambles, and FRAT PTY5 luv
f thx MOM lr DAD
VZIVIAN BROADWAY - LUV U KARL! 1990 Grt X's W lKafen Polo
Gang EHS Frnz Brent Luv U alll'Nvr lorget .IV Cheer BB Wartyl Soc-
cer Quebe Hr. C! Bat X's Prom 5 Sadies 85 INXS Ski Cabin!
5lS:BFF Luv ya cuz! Doug 4ever Thx 8: Luv MED, Bro, Sis BYE
i i Now
BOBBY BRODSKY - Football V20 Grt x's WIJS, KR, SK, NB, Q RT,
Parties at WENDY5 Nvr 4gt TRACE? PROM B4 GU 1.uclc'LDC,Big
Bear 84 Thx 4 all your help Shelley. Luv U Mom, Jeff 8 especially U
' KATHLEEN BROOKS - Thx Mom 8: Dad 4 all your help and sup-
f port f Bubbgs - l'll never 4 get you!! !Bst friend .Jeanna - aias ,
"Bean"lHalloween Pty 84 -- Nvr tell, Bean! Grt x's vllwinds guard
85 t'1!!jNvr dget Awesome WomenlSrCV -' l love you!!!
TIM BROUSSARD - Had fun w I Andy 8: Rusw. Luv ya alrvys DEB.
X-country nur again Rembr alwys Karly Kev 5 Iitl Deb, Ma H Pa. Jan
8: Liz. Noel 8: Til.
CAROLYN BROWN - See Ya Hwy Metal Alwys Grt X's wlliell Au-
dris Carry Becky Marcy 8: Charliebob Rmhr Nohl Ranch 4th July Stu-
dio'Saint tape wl Becca Getting stuck in Big Bear Luv ya Tim Al-
' ways rmbr Charlie wow Thnx Mom E Dad BYE
DIANNE BROWN -- Great x's with best Frnz Abs, NC, LG. JD. SO,
RP. Sadies 85. Bfhall stats..Ad-Rd -- NN, JF, JS. Alwys Bembr Amer-
Hawli Cruise. Nvr 4-get ldyl lwild w!KJ. Bim Phan Twan fever.
' Sting Concrt WILH. Thanx for all Mom 81 Dad I love you. '86
MUSE BRUECKMAN - Hope to see Flojos at UCSB! Nvr 4g1 u
E"N"Ml Steve - nvr 491: yor mom, Prom 85, LB -- Take Care! Jell,
Kel, 81 Duet - Remhr Key Club. Tennis, Skiing, CC! Take Care JM.
GK. AL! Thx DB E KF - Econ -- Thx Meyers - Nvr 4gt yor help!
Thx Mom, Dad, 8: Fam!
ALICE BRUNNER - Beet of x'6 WISC -' JH tv- CT - BT '-- JF Zll
Pd3 - Beehoe Q Satin I luv ya SADD -- Spoons What's real? Luv ya
lots Mom B: Dad. THX! Good luck class of 86! See yn in I0 yrs. One
life's over - another just starting! Never remember had x's Rem
LISA BRUTO - ll VEB-HAA l made it!! Gr8 x's wldsl trlr Best lrnz
Kel, De, Dar, Tam. Bee. Skiing KHAJ Memorial Weekend 85 GOOD-
Bye C.0.B.A.. Gang - Watch out COSMO WORLD here lcomell Ski-
min' 4-ever Love ya Mom R Family Thanx N V
RANDY Huck - H20 Polo and summing 4ever get buff Raw Q non.,
Bo!! Keep in touch Ruon .Doggys Vixeins are great. A big future for
me Q UCSB for H20 Polo Thanx Mom and Dad and Friends
NATHAN BUGS -- Football was tnn lt is over Powerlifting for ever
Olympics in 96. Senior year was Ok. Hey llsh have a good Senior
year. Will never larger 3 Arch Bay. Trust me. I love you Mom and
Dad. Bird, Jethro. and Baylhanx tor all , X . , ' , X
l.0Rl BUNCE -- We did it! Alwys remhr good x's with NMISLIJRIBS
-ILIKNJJK Good timen ahead! lt was real and it was nice, But it
wasn't real nice. Love u M G. D.
suse Buxton - Finall om! Great xa rmifn with Frye, ima,
Pat, Sims. Murph, Code. How. Nur, forget Havasu '84 with Frye. Hoop
'86 415, Nvr Forget Carolyn. Pm Anahound. Later. Love Sr. V
Thanksliom. Dad, and'5is's. . V
MICHAEL D. BUSSE - Well l2'years have gone hy and its finally
Thanks Mom anitharlfor helping nie thru this crnd! GRB x's with
Pat, Fred. Chuck and lets not forget Jett German duh and other
time nur wieder-heheh wma here 1 mme! L
KAR! BUTCHER .RALPI-HE F1195 l,Lv U! Sum RSI Wld fs w XRE 1
GP! JN! TL! WF! JN! CRI SDI Hlwn StylelBest Fred-1-Ellen!l3
yrs of tnnil'll Miss UIGN fmdehp wf'Marnil'l'rip 2 rvrfwhai no gas?
'Thks TB 4 GBT x's Slrilng n Sadies!LV UfMJD!l:Sissy N
Paneurcmax 4- Great times 'wah me friends nu sr mr, rr., JK,
GK, ST, TC. VP Music, Never forget Europe 585. Merei Madame J.
Thank God it's over. Thanks Mom Dad 8 Erlc. Good luck future B's.
MARY BUXTBN -- Bat X's'W!HH. CM. CA, TA! Sadles 84 - 'Thx RT
4 the mem. 'SUMR FUN - Nwpt 84 -- San Clem 85' NwYrs - 86
Wi my CHS Sisl' Spcl trod RP! Nvr llgt Gnnln Adv - TP urlFlks-Bby
.lR'p, Q Grse 86! CANT WAIT 2 GBDUATE -- NXT CAL STATE! Thx
E Luv 2'Mom, Dad A Family!! ' 1
FRED CABANES -- Hey Mak Pa l made itll! Rad :Ce vuf alluthe
brofs: Jef! Pat Chuck Mike .lim Dou't 4 get P,P. Gr! x's in High
School See you in the real world. ' ' K
STEVE CABLE -4 The li's the GANG had Party at the beach GD lulc
fini of umm. Nxr yr mme fun at .ic So long m sn, Lo. Ge, LM, s.
MF the rest Thank you'Mom Gr Dad, Mike Luv n Ali, ' ,
MICHELLE CALL - Finally made it Thank God 2 my good fmz AS
MG. Ml. SM CR lf. CS wish ya the best of luck. 2 the menroriee of
OPEC wlML 4 the fun x's now Arforever Tim R. mostly 2Mnm, Dad
lr Uncles 4 luv E support U gave me Luv you '
JOHN CARCICH 5- H20 Polo VI asp. soph year wp with: Mikey.
Mike Andy. Dave, 8: Craig. B-day parties. Dancin oniWeekends. Lip-
Sync: Wlhlike, Dave. Craig, 8: Tom. Que more shot! Thanx Mom 81
Del, Love Lots. 'V
DWAYNE CARPENTER - Gone for good. Time to Plan Big fun wl
Bros Pony - boy .lim Tim Swarm Doug -- Hoop 8: B-hall, Gunner
83184 Cant 4get Last Day 84. Alarm Concert, U2 Sf. fun times W!
.cops - yo Bro ZLF -- Thx .Mom dr Us -- watch out here 1 come -
Island Time! '
CARTER - GBX is ivltfrnds RS-MRF MC GB SH DR 'TH DS JC
SD all others Lalema VPers was lun - outa here goal co. No Eyep-
shuns llmher fun times everywhere keep the VP faith Alwys Grad
nite B6 Best luv u all baseb.84-5 Love U Mom ,Dad Fam ff Yeah!
JILL CASSEN -- Var Song JV cheerf Homecoming '85 x21 Hallow-
een Style? Shelby .-- weekends -7 l,2,3. ahh -- we're here! -- New
Years - tollow me?l Ski hum! Frnz Jr, Brenan, Julz, Shell. Kasnf
Luv-yasis - thx lor Xmasf Swim! Thr: Jil: Q-babyf0ff to Manx-'
moth 4 good.
TINA CASTAGNA -- Alwys remember '86 Best times wfliath,
Sandy.. Lisa, Jetty, Babyface Rich we made it thru 7 yrs ahhs First luv
nine. as sms Luv u me Mom. Dad in an. naw, wfu sou.
MICHAEL B. CEDEROTH -- Varlzootball '85 410 GRS x's WIRS. CH,
JC, GB. TM Prom B4 Thanx Tina I love you drever l! l love you Tina
Nev: 4get blast in HG Ee 4X4 Nevr dget Oct 19 wf TG 82 Sadies '84
Pm outa here good ! Thanx Mom, Clump. 8: Bra Luv ya all later VP!!
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By Randy Saucerman
ln The summer of 49811, l wenT on a choir Tour wiTh 311
oTher people from my church 1 Orange Presbyferianj. Our
Trip sTarTed wiTh a 32 hour bus ride. For The firsT 4 hours,
everyone was really excifed and hyper. One person even
sfood up in The aisle and played air-guifar To The radio for
4 hours sTraighT! Finally, everyone cooled down and mel-
lowed ouT, even The guifarisf.
We Traveled by bus all The way To Michigan, sfopping in
lvlonfana, Soufh Dakofa, Wyoming, illinois, and Wisconsin.
We averaged 8 hours a day. Our usual place To eaT was
lVlcDonald's. We aTe There for breakfasT, lunch, and din-
We goT so sick of lVlcDonald's ThaT we invaded The
lVlcDonaldland playgrounds. We had Them all To ourselves
unfil we were kicked ouT. ThaT was greaf fun, buT on The
bus Things were boring so people were snappy and very
Many years ago, The choir veferans creafed a pasTime
for This boredom. This was To plof The ever-dreaded
Sooner Than we knew if, ThaT day came. We were all
lined up and Then shoT wiTh wafer weenies and hlT wiTh
wafer balloons. They Then gave us each a raw egg. l
ThoughT abouT Throwing iT aT a vef buT someone else beaf
me To iT.
l really felT sorry for him. Firsf They puT shaving cream
down his panTs and Then They Threw a ple in his face. The
resT of us had To do sif-ups wiTh our hands behind our
heads and The egg beTween our head and our hands.
We survived The day and The Trip. lT was a liTTle more
resfful once l had been iniTiaTed and was finally Treafed
wiTh a liTTle respecf.
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Performing aT lunch. Haircut 'IOO members: John Carcich,
Mike Vert, Ken Robinson and Tom Lofaro jump in sync, as
James Clark plays drums.
Pam Mary Fred Steve Michelle
Butcher Buxton Cabanes Cable Call
Jon Steve Jill Tina Mike
Carter Carter Cassen Castagna Cederoth
Jane James Richard Erin
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l'm sending you This leTTer from sunny
Sourhern California! l'm in a liTTie Town called
Laguna Beach. iT's perfecT here. lcan 'T even
belle ve lTi iT's The middle of January, and iT's
807 A big difference from The vveafher back
in Michigan, huh?
Yesferday we spenT The day on a privaTe
beach called TaTauva, in Soufh Laguna. We
learned how To skim board, surf, and cafch
We also meT an old man They call The
"GreeTer". l-lis name is No. l Archer, and he
sfands aT The corner of The "main" beach,
waving To everyone ThaT passes by.
Lasf nighf we vvenf and saw Two Reggae
bands, The Rebel Rockers and El Caminos,
play aT a resTauranT called The VVhiTe l-louse.
4 , i?ighT now l'm soaking up The sun aT The
T Noene K'm?e"Y "main " beach. To my leff, some nice looking
Cleary C0dd'f'Q'0'1 "rigs" fguysj are playing baskefball, and on
my righT an infense volleyball game is abouf
To end. in fronT of me, fuTure life guards are
being Trained for The upcoming summer. All
of This is going on To The ever-lasfing beaT of
b The Hare Krishnas.
. ' W ilike iT so much, i don 'T know if i'ii ever go
X9 back To The snow in Michigan iT's jusf Too
' 0 perfecf here!
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Helly Hofsleenge and Moana Ta-
maariki pose for an AFS piciure.
JANE CHASE -- l'm outa here -- Alwys remhr Shawn, Sally, Laura
Hr Amy most of all Lets all keep ln touch class of 86. Alwyo rembr
the hinge " Luvya Mom 8: Dad Always
JAMES CLARK -- LMU bnd Bat Frenz 4 ever Randy Frenz Craig Re-
nee Lance Tom Tina Nvr 4get Garde Hornecrning 83 Sadlea B5 Prom
85 Ledrshp Camp H20 polo 44 Swimrun Lip Sync 85 Slding Mammth
Teen Bord thx for all your support Luv U DAM Jhn Mrc Lra
RICHARD CLARK -- This is it! l've flnally made ltl GB Uzama -
Luv you in Danz choreography you Arabian Princess. I will always
rmhr U Kristie - Keep in touch. Nvr 4get class of '86 Alwys rad
Have lun wlSheIly, Rob D. Luv U Mom 8: Dad
ERIN CLARKE -- Grt X's with my Frnz Mellinsa. Gen Min Jen Sun I
love you! nvr 4get SB wolf ASTL brom 85 The jungle Canvaaoer Girls
Ola MM You're one hot guy! Thnlw Mom Dad Erick I love u onto
OESXSDSU, LATER VD ADI BOBO
NOELLE CLEARY -- Now for some real fun! Swim 85-86 Feature
Editor Oracle Connelly Thnx PATTY MARIAN ABBY LARA KRISTIN
BILL OSCA Quereraro Australia 81? Luv U Mom Sr Dad Sail Away
PAUL Br JOHN Luv u WISSIEI INXS TH BOSS Luv 2 wrre G'DAY
KIMBERLY CUDDINGTON - Teri 8: Me Little sisters! U-N-Me DR.
PR. Breakaway I Tokyo. 4 evr frenz Rembr Crash? Ouch!!! Thx 4
memories Jen 7 6.0. Luv 4 evr! Even had x's! U-2 Jill 8: Jamie Luv
alurys M 5 D 1 K 8: D I Luv u 2 Mark M. By old X's Hi new God Bless
ANDREW T. COHEN - GRT X's w irnz SITZ Mike Vert John TI-Il 8:
Dr. Grouse SHEILA -- Grease Lightning -- 85 Z28 Nordstrom Much
Luv he Thx 2 MBLD Mitch Steve Jef! "Sooner or later it comes down
to late, I might as well he the one."
LINDA CONCANNON - Finally made ir! Bas-t times W!Bobby Lots
ul lun W!MiIre Blll Ron. Rich and Linda Best friends forever, Thanx a
million to Mom Bamm Terri and Rich!
JIM CONTI - Finally! Hawaii 84685, Gd x's with B5 grads BR JR BM
ED MB, Surf forever it's been Super Love ya Mom A Dad, Dave U ll
A Buffalo BYE!!!
JENNIFER COOPER - NICI-IT MEI-IR! I Luv it! Fun x's wllfee. Lara.
Jacque, BAlony, Kurt, D-land. Deutschldub pres, SADD, VP Wres-
tling H, Kels gong-away party I miss ya Kel! Nvr 4-get Sadies 85l
Good luck Lisa! I luv U Mom Hz Lisa! Thanx for evrything! Fn stu! gmp
STACY COOPER - Alwys rmhr AB. NN, TA, SW, JF! Lots of lun wl
Blul! Luv U LL! Nvr Qget my Deskpups. Mike F. prple toe! Sadd.
Phat, Brdway. Whats real! Thnx Hom 8: Dad! Luv to all my Bra's! I'm
sad it's over! Good luclr class of '86!!
KAREN COTE -- BRIAN I LOVE YOU 4-EVER! GRB rr's at Big Bear
San Clemente Homecoming '85 Capezio and in the IROC! Kari my
BF! BST x's in the PEU! Never 4-get DAD's RB! FRNZ Lori 8: June!
Love U MOM DAD A LISA! THNX 2 U ALL!
LAURIE B. CUMMINGS -- Sum x's U GOTCHA say - WOMEN!
SnClrnnte to Lilrly Prspcts 'Luv all my bat BINI-C5 'BUB, RUB, SHAN,
TP, MD, BW, 8: MC' SKI BONZI stop-n-go EMPTY HOUS Tu 31 prty
CLIFF HNGR ATO SMMR 85 ASB tennis squad THNX MA, PA 8:
WEAN Cteh ya nn the Flp side
MARNI CURTIS - JV 8: V Cheer - BF alwys BUTCHY in frnd Nver
461. U! Rivr - Wt? No Gas? Gr8 X's WIEG, KE, Chryl h SG, RY, AF,
LC Q NP BCH - Thnx ROBIN 4 l'-'rensbpl OCIMN -- RENE Spcl
lrnz Rembr: RLFS "Back oi Book" moments ON YUB OWN Hz REFRD
BENS - PY r- Alwys Hd Bat XS wlMtr Day Fmz 2'LUV ya MOM,
SABRINA I. DAVIS -- I made it thru this distorted place! Cass Ivy
Bethlnni STB Andi Tina SBain Marsha Thx 4 spec! memriesl l'Il nvr
4-get U I luv U all! Thx mutti 8: papa 4 always being there I luv U my
carnkly family! clockwork H2 Try God
TAMMY DAVIS - Fm finally outa here! Great x's wl Karen n the
Glory ol Xmas 8: Easter '85-buddies! Never 4-get Kathy, Mark, Marie,
Kelly. ppl n Drama 8: Annyal. Rad x's n Hlywutl 5 LA. Hawaii '85
Thespians rule! So long bouncers. good bye V.P!
JENIFER DE FIORE -- Class ol 86. best x's with Dianne, Kim. Ter,
Jill, Jamie, Can't Frgt Rob, Steve, Steve SH 85 6' 1 Thnrfs morn dad
DONNA DE LAMARTER - Finly out of here! This MELDGJ 'Nvr for-
get grt x's wllriends especially JC! Alwys rernb DEMOLAY Europe
85, Sadd, Latin, Pep, Drama Clubs 'pizza' 10:30 'Sadies 85' Ftwr
'Head over heels' pulsar' gd luck in the future class 'B6' see ya VP
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Steve Pafino shows off his TaIehT, as
Jeremy Thompson looks ohs
Brian Elizabeth Lydia Louis
Dosher Drobish Dunn Dzina
Michael Jett Victoria Scott
Edelman Edwards Edwards Elliot
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Pam Butcher, Kathy Flores, Jeff Zaremba, Kara Maruoka, Rob Denton, Sandra
Osumi, Lisa Advani, Lance Larson and Randy Buck enjoy the lunchtime assembly.
Anita Ruth Mitzi Brent Mike
Epler Everakes Ewing Farrand Farrell
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JIM DELLALONGA -- Thx, Mom, Dad. Bro 8: my grt trends gt VP.
thx 2 Stacy for being there, fun x's wfdulie in Sci, gd x's gt lunch ur!
Dave DaveBzPilre Rembr only the good x's finger iungua 4-evr Dr
Ruth 4 President thanx for the advice Oo Gee be fun!
JULIANNE M. DEMARCO - Thu 4 being Ihr Snails 8: Grunion I Iuv
U! Nur 4gel The LUNCH GANG lMich Normi Christ, 3"Zr, SADD, Deb.
So Lag. ITSY 8: 6 Ft Under! Wag, my Sis, U RIG!'I luv U Mra Wake-
ham 'Thx 4 Iuv+ suport M +D. Chuck JfPauI tDumb Dog! I love you!
ROBERT DENTON - lm outa here. Alwys rembr VP wrestling coach
Baily 98. 112. Var. tennis. Nevr forget-knots, trac, Sadiea, food figts.
altrscot. fun xs w!VnrCIub. Thx 2 special frnds - Kar. Jef, Deb.
Katpl-the rest ot my irndu. Luvkthx 2 Dad, Moms. sisH-Jim
SHELBY DOANE -- Grt X's at Hcomlng 85 Sadies 84 Var Song Nvr
trgt P.S. wl the gang Fun X's wf Jill It Just Deosn't Matter Always
rmbr Haloween Style and Mammoth Nitemare Tues, wf Jewls Luv ya
We did it! Thanx 4 everything DAD!
MEGHAN K. DOMEK -- LETS D0 IT! Team women 4 evr Thnz Frnds
4 grt no Sadies '85 Prom '85 Var S-ball 03 Var Yell '85 Nwprt Bch +
ski w! Fmds. Body sIamn'w! Shell: Bs! PLS DG RY LC JN AF MY
MAN E.R.S. Thmr Mom Pops Siu Hang loose Bro
ELIZABETH A. DROBISH - Gd 1,5 Q Dave: wl mods+BiIIys NO
Bgrs! Get A haircut! Nvrdget B+J, Bad Boys + Scooter mos! Show
in AQHA! BUMHIN. BEACI-IIN + Bopln! DB? Rusty! NwptBch! Lori.
Best Pala Alwys, Munkeeeace! Spcl 2 me, Lian Shell, Stk, MB, AP,
Rob+PoIopals! Deb B6! Thx 2 Farnly
LYDIA L. DUNN - Get the ' outa here' Deathwish wfthe untouch-
ableu: snde 841 halo 2x's DC Style. 'OC Scum' Port: Balvn-blah. Lip
Sn:-t-213 yrs dramatic pasions. Spcl K's wl GLEN. BEC, ANDY.
JAN, MEL. Bat frnd KARIN - I luv rr! 2 my twotd sis: peace. thnx-
MQD Br iam.
MICHAEL EDELMAN - FINALLY OUT! SSBB. the Lkrs. will alwya.
rule! Thlu. to hm, - Deb, Dav. Cin, Mom, Dad. Alwys. rembr surn-
mer of '84.
JEFF EDWARDS - Var Baseball 47, Gr8x's wl Craig, Scott, Joan,
Eric, and Brandon, R all the rest of my frnz. PFH. thx 4 it all, new
4get the tank. River Parties, Summer 85. TE. CRS, 8: all the sna's,
love yn Mom and Dad, Bro Br Sirfs, See ya
VICTORIA EDWARDS - Gr! Xn wlSD AB MN SB NN KW In other
sla Gumby Adventure - at Fairhaven! Ivy 8: Cassandra l Candi-
TALLST blond! eheatsnum Mr Skelton Nightmare on what ST?
Haunted houses Rwlrde Buch Rob Ba Max England Gdby Luv MkD
From a tall blond
ANITA M. EPLEB - 1986 ODYSSEY Editor-in-chief! Vanilla Repuh.
Minister Of Propaganda. Bunny-Ta tvs Bear! Nowindnws! Care
Concrt he-Boing! Think about "lT!" Lv U Craig Thnu YRBK staff 4 a
Grt 1! AP Pals Tracy B: LoI.o-OCAD stdy Bdy Amy! Thx Mom 8: Dad
'Mizzom here I come!'
RUTH EVERAKES - Gr-8 x's w!CR Ju EG KB 8: Rest! Byrs BB Ks!
Nvr hgt PS! Ralphie 92 'Hawaii 84' DB Bash. Smmr 85 Nvr Irgt! Blast
in AG! Party E Limo VH! Hllwn 85 JN R AW! mmthlUtah! Apt in SD
wf CII? Best yet 2 come! Ilove my crzy family
MICHELL EWING - Memrys of the gang ocnsde ang! infthnks meh
u grB x's in Ve ECS pals levr Jeff. Bst Frnds Patooty Tv Kim Chr:
Meth! Gr8 x's nvr dget! Luv my puppy shoes! Tm-n-me. Mis u Grams.
Middys gnvn up! Luv U Mom Dad Bit Sher. Thanx '86
BRENT FAFIRAND - TAK Familien Baile X-2 Bail! Finally over!!
Great X's With Joe C. Sr Erik F. Rembr. Tonya in Kurek's. Hey Ca-
dena, Learn tn Drive! Thanx all.
MIKE FARRELL - I love U Mom Q Dad Q Fam Yorfre the best
U28cGD Rules Good Luck '86 ASB was great Thx M iPhoto by Far'
KIM FIELDMAN - Bst FRNZ Cheryl A Mitz. NVR A-get X's in
Mission Viejo w 1 Cheryl 8: Mary. Glad we're friends again
Mary. Thx mom doo greg 81 ilm. I Luv Ullt t Love you Jim
YROY FINAMORE - Later! Goodbye VPHS l'm o college
man nowl NVR Aget the Good X's W1 Chris Cathy Kelli Jett
Curtis and the rest ot the Gong. NVE dget the B-skiing or
the BRKFST CLUB. Luv ya MSD. Rembrl Skate tor lun or don't
skate at alll
MARK HRESTONE - tupelo, amoto quoeramus serlo ludo,
onto poll. sci. fine times and that's it Thanks mom and dad
JEFFREY FLANAGAN - thanx Mom Dad Mike and everyone
who will help me ln the future. tt's been a hard 3 years, l'll
miss lt but l'm glad to ga. Miami Vice Bren 10 the Army.
"Here I Comet" Babies.
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Jeanna Kathy Erin Jackie Erik Larry John
Floccari Flores Flynn Foigelman Fonne Ford For
Wendy Deborah Michael Roger Nancy Jeffrey Andrea
Fox Frank Freeman Freeman Friedman Friend Fris
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Julie Bill Shannon Adam
Gabbe Galus Geary Georgieff
Ellen Brenan Teena Chrisly
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JEANNA FLOCCAIII -- Fun K's WXRM, LB 8: bubbosg figs. awesome!
84-86, me late? nvr! stupidl is any body home? drink habba! saw
guard: lrnz Oingog ln-n-out Burger: best friend alwys Kathleen - rl
Ick: 2ul Hat wfo hills? yes! Luv u D, Bros, M, H Chaz!
KATHY FLORES -- Alwys Rembr gr8 X's wflrnz Karti Rob Jel Prom
85 Sadies 85 Nvr 4gel Soph locker decor wf Kar 81 Apr gd aprt Jel
m- Nvr 4get u and thx 4 spec X'a Wolfi 848-B4 I luv you -- Luv and
spec thx 2 you mom - gd luck 2 everyl
ERIN FLYNN -- Laveme Us Shirley That's Us -- cars - LVs, Mrsldo-
Rubs, RU twins? Thamrz Rmbr, Debs-USC 4 u Pep 4me gdlulr 2 all
my Frndsp Kath-2 Peprdlne Wegol ThxK-FAV WAST OF TIME H20
gate I Kennedy MW 8: CH 2 Funy Guys Luv 8: Thx 2 My Family
JACKIE FOIGELMAN - Gr8 X's B?F Tonya Fun X's W! Suz Kar Vik
Sean Sim Ang Wknds West Days lst Luv TS FLF MH Nvr 4ge! PF
Dreams can come tnlel! 18 B-day Vegas GDB 84' Luv ya X! Misa you
Grandma Love Br Thanks Mom Dad Bros Ba Grampall
ERIK FONNE - im Long gone, never will Forge T Year of 85186
JVGLVAR soccer! tennis! Fun X's wl Friends that i met at Villa, Thx
2 My Guardians.
JOHN FORT -- 3 grt VP yrsl alwys rembr good Xa-concrtm prties.
Homecoming, Sadie! I GET CRAZY! Livln' 4 weekndl E grB tunes!
Bst X's w! the coolest lriendsf THNX 4 EVERY THlNG! Thnx Mom,
Dad8r fam. - Luv ya! We're Outs Here!! now what
WENDY FOX - C'ya VPHS! Grt K's WITG KB KH JM TP MV TL BG
BIFIF S Kristag Luv my pinlr. Ghia ASB SEC. San Onohe trips: 35th
St. Newportae'l'ry 2 surf: concerts 2 OUTRAGEOUS!! Luv U Tim-
mers S-Ever 84 a day: Thanx Mom 8: Family.
DEBORAH FRANK - Gr8 X's W I D.S., C.F., J.G. E The Mob. Alxvys
Rembr Slvrado, Mammoth '84 Havasu '85. V.P. wrstling 'L Told ya
so Mom 8: Dad. '86 Love you Mom, Dad. Omi 81 Family.
MICHAEL FREEMAN - l'm history Band 84 1851! Good friends Roh!
Robert can I have a rise? SA Band Thanx family for support I love
you mom 8: dad later
ROGER FREEMAN - Its not over it just begun l've seen and done
what they consider fun Hope I'm not dead before 21 It's not you lt's
me TRUCK YA TSCHUSSY
NANCY FRIEDMAN - Band. How-Do-U-FEEL! Luv U MIEDRD.
Flies! Kermit Rules! Hut Chocolate? Legioaettes Rl-lot "who do U
want 2B 2 day? Jst like Som 1 on TV' ZLF 85186
JEFF FRIEND - Bye V.P, Many fun X. ME Morles! Licorice. Tigers.
Godzilla, etc! Not possible without Mom 8: Dad. family, and mine
pals! Best 'wishes 2 class of 86 Ohl What du: the future hold? lt's
Warhol, Actually . . . AND AND AND MORE MORE MORE!!!
ANDREA VFBIS - Bye 2 all Binks! Lor Rub Shan CUTE as BUGS
Mthous Prospect Sand San Ccuzzi BOYS of SUMR 85 Zmsny gods
Mmoth Nitemare all 20 scrs Michael LuvU Jason Signgin'4 Lonly wf
Deb CL Bruce Pullin outa here 2 win Whos Next? By Marsh E: Pop
JULIE GABBE - At last! We're outa here. Thanx MED 8: M. Always
rembr gr! x's with MD Ll. + SC. Latin, 10:30, SADD, ftwr, spmlrlvs
at EP, S's prple to, hd over hls, ft's, + Chose fire drl. What's real?
-' Good luck class ol 'B6. Bye VP.
SHANNON GEARY - We finaly made it! Thx 2 all my Frnz BY LC
AF MD DG- Alwys rem sumr'85 'NB-GYS 'FNx's in Sancl 'Stop n 60'
Alwys rmbr bs! fmd ruby funn alwys 'Var Song - iuax with SK 'Dance
'Shing od sub' DDNG 'Homcom-BS 'Thar Mom- Bill- Bryan' LUV
V Bryan' LUV
ADNMGEORGIEFF - I will especially hold clooe to my heart all the
action packed dates I had with all the intriguing girls from school. 1
also enjoyed being extremely popular. PLANS: put big tires an hack
r of my car 8: shave my head.
'ELLEN GERBER '-- Ralphie 4-PLM SPRINGS STYL! Tandomo - 20
miles? Who lvs ya? 'All ntrs 'Smr 85- ID RTHR BE 65 Mustang! Thnx
to my frenz: CR RE JN2 SD BST FRN KARL ur the bat! 'Giggles' Col-
lege Bound-here I come! MED your process grew up!
BRENAN GERMAN -- Me Brunollllvr llget Soph yrfGrt X's wlJim,
Yill. PK. PT, TS. Butch, AClBst Frnds Jamie 5 Jil luv ya I Lip Sync
Idol' Q B-5291 3555 DT V-Ftbl Canyn game! Unld ski trip Mamoth 84-
85-86 BE'slI.uv u Ma, Da, 8: Bros ThmrlLove u Karyn!Bye
TEENA GIBBS - Thx Mom 8: Dad, Luv DY. Prtivragon lives! Later
days Mr. H! Grt 1t's w,!Ali, Red, Chooz, Jes, etc-Miss ya! Band '81'
'86. Aweaomely Radical! Boggs Bogga Bogga Aahaha! BEACH Q
SURF-D-land Q the Vid Wlmy frnz. Kare Q RED Er. ROSE USD here I
CHRISTY GIESSEMAN -- Good x's wlyang Mitz. Heath, Mar esp.u
MK NWN 4921 Alla- IN. July 4. ltball game. aside, thrasher. Always
rmber Gr8 u's wl SNUGGLEBEE. Thx4 buying LynThx 4 advise Cin
luv u Mom 8: Sonny lmiss Ez luv you Dad.
BILL GILBERT - Great times! MX Always TFF Alpine Defness part
2 Tahoe 85! Mammoth 85-86! My 85 Nissan llh WICH motel W! JN,
SD. JC, SJ. BS. JN-our secret best frenz-Brian S., Steve J.. Steve H.
' Thanx frenz thanx Mom, Dad. GrMa, Jason Luv n 3114
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LARA GILLETT -- Finally outa here! Nvr dget gr8 xs-Bch. pepsi-
light? Fireflies? Var Vball 323 Var Swim AP its dryl No ESN5 SHH
Sumthin wrong wjvr lips? Sue me-its the latest thng Thmr Cleany
Ahbs Snails etc Best frnd Tammis luv MDCSLA Cya VP .
PAT GLENN -- Kris, you-me 4-evr lv alwys, 83-85 Grt x's 256 Nvr 4-
get 800-clb, Baseball 83-85 - Always ltemhr-Thx Och. Nvr llget hst
frenz, SK. JS, PM, miss ya, MMTH 84-85. Brkfst clb. HOMECMING
85 - NGRT, Kris'-1QUEI-IN, Special lv to MOM, EARL. JDI-IN, Thnx.
DINA A. GOMEZ -- Finally outa here! Grt xs w!Deuise Hawaii B5 lip
snc shal-Hnny more. Nvr dgei my frnds MD RY JB RG. Team -'lever
Sadlies 85 wfRIck.u r special 2 me. Thx Mom, Dad, Mike Ed -frmy
special sis Janice. Heavy Metal 4evetl!
'LISA GRABEB -- I will always rembr u VP I have had Fun with all
my iriends oytal Jul Meaha Kara June Jeff lwlll miss all the fun
times at VP I have had fun with Spartacus 84-86 Thanks for every-
rm-rg Mrs: Marge Mom had
JUDI GRANITO -4 G18 x's wlSam, Christy, Dana, Deborah, Marie,
Jill + the Mob! Jst like sisters Cher-i!+ Denise Nvr forget Rlver Trips-
El., Parker Ba Havasu 'Soph year-Dtnh to beaqh!I.t Nght C Trips w l
DS Thx 2 Mom+Bros "86" SEE YA! 'Luv u always MIKE!
TIIACEY GIIHTTO' -- Thanks VPQ 3x Var Cross Country Soccer
Track Mammoth 13:49 All league. CIF, Lunch wl Lot-i'Jnne Anita
Nvrllget Chris luv tr Mom. See u all in 20 years!!!
.m.r. Gnseusans S- crm ar 'ss, Amy, car fa w Mamie, mm, rea,
Jen.VSam of 85. Aluiys luv u STU, Prom 85 nur tlgtn. urll nvr lgt
Hxsev Prsn. lnclr tiks. AD PE. Spel iris wi Nspcl Frnrls, Senior year
Miles 86 Frvr. Thnx'lf'MOM 'DAD and JODI X l
sreucan GREENE -H lm ballen urn scene - 'raver - imgrngo-rr wJ i
Clark, Brads, Craig. CCBS' 3 Fun? yrs of xoountry OC 8: League
Champs 3'yrs in a row BYU here I some Hope 4 sch ship Fun x's XSNO
is me slums Mammoth N nauywrma Homecoming sl Playing vai-
leyball Love ya Mom Bt Dad -E family
BLAKE GRIFFITH -- Hvy mtl 4-cvr. Rad x's wi Tlsha, Dina, Denise.
llooneyalerry 8: Berta, Luv Always Mum. Dad, Grams! Rotary Power
Slll- Kicks! ' Y
HEATHER GRIME -- Sr 'yr l found out who r my lrds, Chris, Blitz,
Fruit. thks' 4 being there 4 me! LIN ya! Mar-hee rl will always love
you! Thxs 'Mriliin -0- .Ms Whakham Campfire Lives! 'Mitch thaxs 4 let-
ting me bug ya! .M8zD u r the best! I Iuvn! We r a SWELL FAM!!!
DUSTIN GRQSSE. - IFD been illu!1Good X's with Cross Country. Key
Club. Latin Club. See Dr. Cohen in surgry in Byrs. Ghand lives 4 ever
Thanks-Dad, Family, Teachers Friends for all your support Love you
Shel, Mom. Lil Mana On to batter!!! N V
CHEBYL GUBLER -- Larierneh Shirleylevr Bat Pal Erin - R Gr8X's:
'V.C. Runs- Dean- LV's- Did 5-8+ Tony Danza - Omge Spots - Delis -
,l'll Miss U!jGdlucK at Pep.! Fav Was- OI Time. H20 gate! Kennedy-
Alwys Rmbr Sl'lwlB!! Talks w! Maru- Festival swfFrnz- Nvr4get MW
8: CH - Thx Famxluv U-USC! N
'TINA GUENTHER -- See, ya VPHS! Grt ,x's wi Wendy Krista
Heather Brandon Craig Nvr 4-get U buys: gil, x's in track?-l'm a '
Strawberry! RMBR US 4 SURFER GIRLS!! Best wishes Fred Hove!
you! Luiz you always Mom Q Dad Thanx 4 everything! l madeit,
DIANA C. GUY -- Im outa here! Alwys :embr grt x's in Dnce Char
84-86 Keep dncn KI-I. Alwys luv Aimee 8: Lisa 2 bst lrnz in the world!
Grt pays w .rs sic ss sa rm FG CH. wang my car? Law -ya Tracey!
Tlmx to'Mom, AI. Dad. Jackie and frenz. I did it!
MARY K. HALL -- gr! Ks wjfrnz thx 4 6 yrs hs! lrnds nvr 4get ya cg
anger in s+4 or Jury Prom 'ss BATT o.cL'rivar ramble, wfr-ca an gn
Xs parting WIRM JS RB s,v at Sammys luv ya Ricky see Ya Y
BRAD HANSEN' -- Grd xs with all my fmds esp-JeI,Greg Dnv Never
forget VP Levng 4 Lunch wfBob, Dave grh xs in my chevy L Camino
FOLEY sno an jet sking wfllig Bro The river 85 Thanks Iam for your
suprt VP as R jus 2 'cooll V
MICHELE L. HARE - Crazy Ks wf GIS Pals-Chukles. Mishka, Teen.
Harlip. Kath. E Reeli I5 mins! - Rmhr TP wer-llrzrlsl, Barrister Party,
Rude home, neenr, -Sud I-law, 85-such fun mernree-ski sun valley, '
softball-thank you 4 everything! I love you Mom. Dad. Min, 8: Dan
KRISTINA HARNDEN - IM LAKN! Bst Pals 'AIR' LJ 'WF' Nvr llgei
Jim GDB 85 440. Dm: Pres Vcl Ens Grease, Thx DI. Pals 'Party, my
house? GOWEE! Hauckinda, MMM Rice! SWOC team + Wolfpack
alwys! Thx M-i-D + 'sis Luv ya! Off I go! N0 BIZ LIKE SHOW BIZ!!!
DENISE HART -- GLAD 2 GET DUT! LOTTA GRB X's wl DINA Meg
Janna Alwys rembr fun Ks in SBalI skiing Hawwaii Lip sync 8: con-
certs .Frnds ur! 'RY CK JN 4ever thx 4 all the gd memories NVR 4ge!
u Blake! LUV U M8:BGr5 Heavy Metaii4 ever See ya Later!! '
LYNDA HAYES - Schools out and not just lor summer. great frenz
TR SM JG CZ CH TM Fun with JS Os every one knows. learned to
stay away from grouples finally, LV to family B6
KARI ANN HEADLUND - gr! X's wl Karen Bridgette 8: famlNvr
Gget Shops 8: Kodiak! I I care Frog!! Thx. Dad I Always Remember Lin-
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l awoke in darkness To The voice of
my uncle all aT once. Today was The
day for our annual Trip To The Sierras To
sTarT. lsTumbled ouT of bed, and finally
do wnsTairs where our previously
packed bags and backpacks saT. Fl-
nally my cousins B.P. and D.P. rolled ouT
of bed and joined me downsTairs.
All of us grabbed our necessiTies and
carried Them ouT To The car. As we
rounded The corner of The fronT porch
The humble yeT TrusTy Poco lll could be
seen glimmering and shining under The
Hacienda sTreeT lighT. My uncle had al-
ready primed her for The long journey:
so all ThaT was lefT of home was upon
her. AT approximaTely five-ThirTy The
Poco lll rolled down The auieT sTreeT. All
ThaT could be heard was The snoring of
my younger cousin and The roaring en-
gine of our TickeT To paradise.
p ge by Lyd D nn
Spencer Blake Heather Dustin
Greene Griffith Grime Grosse
Cheryl Tina Diana Mary K.
Gubler Guenther Guy Hall
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Brad Michelle Kristina
Hansen Hare Harnden
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Stephanie Lanzone wonders if being a senior is really worth it
as she rounds a bend. Denise Lynda Kari
Hart Hayes Headlund
DAVID HELMICK - Gee, it's been thrilling, Thx Mom, Dad. and Ro-
byn tor helping and for putting up with the noise. Always forge! great
times at lunch with Dave. -lim, and Pike. Good Luck Everyone.
JOSH IIENIG -- Over already? Never forget: good friends Doc and
Pepper, SSBB - always 3rd, I tried. Love you Mom, Dad, and Fam-
ily, hope to see you in '99, '
DAVID HENNESSEY -- Having hm with friends Remember party-
ing with Everyone fun x's with Christine and San Onfree Weekend
and surfing with Bill and Dave thanx Mom, Dad Bryan and Chris.
CHRISTINE HERRELI. -- I can't believe I made it! rt x's with the
girls Cheri, Marlil, Heath, Jen, Lynda. Ron 8: me pals 4 always BFA
Krista Nur 4get you Itemhr new yr, 84. tl fun. class ol B7 D: 88 gd luck
nvr 4get Australia. Thx, Mom I owe you I. "86"
SUSAN HILL'-- Sonk! Bst x's wi bff's Wendy, Lisa, 8: Rachl - 2
rnnl turns! Grt x's Q Thmpsn Twns, Blly Idl, x. Palm Springs, Beach,
dances, R Parties! Wld x's Q Nprt 5 Mexico! Var Swim wl gd frnz
Tna, Ox. Noel -- Balahu Snowstorml - Thnx Moro h Dad for ev-
rythng Luv ul V
TUONG HOANG -- Thi, Maintenant et toujours 1980-???? Volley-
hall 32 "Neatnel".
HETTY IIGFSTEENGE -- I will never forget my stay here. Thanks
to all my friends who made my year special, H20 -- polo 8: swim'
ming was fun. Thanks to my AFS family: Mom. Dad, Erik, Mark 8:
Kirk, 'I love you all. Love you Pap, Mam, Ageeth Q Kiwi-Mn.
VALERIE HGLMES -- Irs over nvr-y-get Wid x vi! the NTY -- '
'Metllrerl Sum! 85 wld Bfs wllilmho-4-life! Mammoth 86 wl Jo 8:
Karen 'Boingo' IB B-day - whoa-yal Omega party! wflioa R.U.
Sears? Aloha 86 We're Beatrice Luv Q Thx MED God Bless!
,KIMBERLEE I-IORTON -- Many Mems w f BF Val. 'DN 8: DSH the
bubhas live 'I' S K J V. Red Onion 21? Cat 83, VE Pres SF 85 Davd.
stung 65,2 Kiss, were Benfica Prom 84 css wfsf FH wlmae me
next day. ramps, sure u dn! nm' llget u TorId"' luv 6 thx MED.
CHRISTINE HOSKINS - Un4getahle x's wlTrar:ey. Diana Lisa 81
Shel, n2 Yule-a-Pnk! Don't llget brick walls Br. burger King!! Alwys
remhfrthoae crzy dances Sadies 83 Q B5 wlhlugsey, Prom 85 was
RAD wlhac Ez Bohhy! Thanx 4 the BEST mem's Billy!! I love you
Mom and Dad
BERNARD C. HOUSTON JR. - Gr8 x in Srch lit -- Lvllun x
Hofmeming B5,11Apples N Bananas Fav Want Of Time H20 gate! Ken-
nedy? Fan 1 cruzn in, Cool mobile? Bannister Bust in! I To ,everything
There is a Season! Thx Mom Dad Family Rook IIoIaf?here I come!
'Wall' My Cookie! NEENERY ' x Z
'VAN HUA -,Thanks MED 8: .LV ynuhntlv. Grt Time at Grad '85 8:
memorable Sum '85. Fvrate Place cafe EL lib W Lar Er thnh. Gd tim at
ve. nm a baring pm enough. nan. w Km. rn. no sl Ho. an im wr
Antz, miss you 8: lv you too. Gld to leave: 86's WI alwys. ' I
AIMEE HUNT -7- Hunayl hall' strts now Fnn Soph x's wlion BL
Stine ES scrt luvs 81 tears junior gang hutierhean alley the last one
beaelrdlet elothes thanx for gr! x's luv so much Mom Buster Kitty
luv yon STEELE The 'best is yet to come V
HEATHER HUNT -- We't finaly outa here! lt's heen 2 Innglwys
remhr U2 S 3 Bmtsfrhx egg 4.the mems-grt x's wI rob-dan-hal gd
Inkfblfs nina Sr. gidgdlrh grem-DVD-rndnmlnw yrs Slflpo-B4urwbys
dfevrfgrt x's wl sneer-quebellrakehrdlsl Thx Mom 8: Steve , V
TRACEY HUNT - Alwys rembr the gr! x's at VP JV yell. Dance
crm. Ass, names mam ss Free 'Limo van: sunny law u nwyr. sa-
per,x's WISK. CH, AS. KH, JS, JG, LL. Jklbst irnd Diana. Nvr14get
Sadies 85!fun x'o and many more to come thx Mom, Dad Q Shell '
ROBERT K. JACQUES - Yea! School is out! gr 8 x's wrestling thx '
Bailey, Mike Sv. Dan ZLF gd x's wlfrnz DJ 8: John Luv U Lynnete V
I'IC'8u Prom '86 Thx Mn, PA. Bm Q. my dog Moe "The Kinks For-
KAREN JAKES - Finally free! Many Thnx 2 all my G18 Frenz! H20
Shing W fthe N's, Newport, Crestline, P. Springs Luv U Always John,
Dont 4fget R promises The 27th Best Dances - Prom '84-Sadies '85
'TL' Good Luck to all! Miss U Jen. Thanks Mom M Dad!
BIC JANSEN -W Thx Mom, Dad, Kam, les. Jen E Con, football B5-6
Nvr 4-get Steve Steele K Tom Easter at Havasu 85 The Legend of
mcso Lives!! Dx. I Love vm. may No more oc names or music!
CSUF I hope! 08102185 parties w!DG JV KS 5. FTW 8: Knife party'
SHABNAM' JAVAUI -' Best times with Kaynaz fhlyyhoney Joonl Re'
meher great x's with my friends. Never forget June 2nd '85 IRVINE
Menows . . . Parry an .asm Wim mana. se.-,ch Pmywnb skin
divers. BYE BYE VP Thanks ciss Mom 8: Dad. -
Sieve Barnett ond Ric Jansen wolk l
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by Michael V. Freeman
lmoved to California from Canada in the summer of 7977, andl
went back to visit Calgary, Alberta, which is located in Western
Canada. ln the spring there is a festive event called the Calgary
Stampede. There are numerous rides, Qame booths, and many dif-
ferent rodeo events.
The teenagers l met there generally thought the stampede was
boring. They didn't like the tourists who buy t-shirts and cowboy hats.
lalso visited the different sites for the 4988 Winter Olympics. There
has been major work on the ski slopes to bring the runs up to Olympic
caliber. New arenas have been built to house the ice events and
new hotels and restaurants are being built to get ready for the
The town is large, but nothing like Los Angeles. Calgary has fe wer
skyscrapers and a city is spread out over a large area.
Not many of the teenagers drive, for there is really no need to.
Buses and a type of subway provides transportation everywhere.
The schools are much different from those in California. They are
the same in one respect, there are three different levels, elemen-
tary, junior high and high school.
KCTGFI Ric Shabnam Steve
by Genalyn Talavera
Mindy Paul and Nicol Niemann envision yummy
DAVID JOHNSON - To the fun times at Villa Park and thanxs to
everyone far their support in this UH? Education.
JEFF JOHNSON -- Never 4 get the group and the ,summer of 'Ml
Fun times on the boat and at the beachfliemernber our camping
tripiand hip to Big Bllxrre and thanks to'Mom, Dad, Jodi. Jennifer,
and GOD! V I f
KEN JOHNSON -7 Finally thnx wl HS now 4 hm in collegelfun Ea
'good :fs url JH, TO, FF lz'Stnlidil2 fam. -- Tl-lNXlno nee fo skuf
Quid rides? De Te fabula narraiur Ralfu. Geo 8 ar Geal. So Lung
MARK JOHNSON -N Great x's at 'VP VAR Fnulhall 4 23 86 Baseball
an the :naive Best x's with Ima Steve How Mark Dave 81. Gang Macho
Men Party Life 'FJC4l'm ainoruin NVR Gget KV BABE Thx Mom DAN
and,Brofa Luv U all, , , , 1
JAMI KARKES 1- I must say had gr8 xs WICJ AL 8: JR! Sour Tenis
Sftbll Nw' iilgat Rigtil I-Iey Mehrnthr Havsu' 84?'BMCGS? 'Bruce '
enncrt! 'Tlznx Sheltnff Summer in AUSTRIA -85!! Misra miss you all!
Luv U MMD Lauri rnias my big bra! BYE VY Im outta here!
KATHLEEN icfhiw -J Asa as-as for Luv im sign gigs: ics wjuie
GANG TIURIN mnvdget PISCES 8: Pnsh'Push WIPY lun W! 11
DEB at 'M0O"Italy heieuie come! Luv Ya! always gi-Bt X's W! Dianne
Sea is ski rfefiusis wie? as CG Lim in name, ina u 4, my JIM. sg
sraeua KELLY 1- Nw ng: gh ics w Sass KR sipna me mu. w
AL'shafiea:ivP fini iso in side me all na pre wr aim tvr am KAL
omggmiai turns 24 wr '83 8:'GPls nh na outtagas 'car trble Bans its
'au Rainy U,MlzD sprang Foreverniiaee , ,N i . , N
Loki A. icaauoir - an new :mas s4-ss mx fm evrythgl GP- ua
i-cinzimisseul U Tu, Next yr zfssruluck Alwys. love U asm ima-
tnpher. Thx for aiuper yr! What NXI? Nur 4get 525. The for all ,
youlve shine Maru E Dad. I Love You -- gnu tho MIKEY.
.NELI -- llduuft feel ghudl Pm going to H1155 :ny Irienrls.
Ilfllrfemenzbgi the ,gmail Hanes in IGM with MICHELLE, DAN.. KIM. l'll
iniss a good friend like Andrea Baker and a very nice person like
' Wendy HdffiiianIlGUdiI BYE'tu VFH5 I ' N
-7'VENI, MIDI. I made it :through soccer MIP. Ger-
man Klub, Key club Proud Han-Gulc-In gaes for anarchy. Love Gnd 8:
i ixviiinlfe ya leighilimek. Pied, yan Mika. Jeri, Jim du 4 mass of cul-
, hir islapcliw. Mum. Dad, 'tum 8: lJ+Klh:n. 8 moreiiyrs to gn! .i '
HENIIYKIM 1- Im our! Diil l1Lm Anything? Off ia? ara x's W K
"'frndiQ'i'Knnu? When I'Die Ill Be in Heaven lve spent my time in VP.'ls
ime,nni,v wave Wanna win LOTTERY A 'cl-nu. Track 861 God 1
'BlessfDD.D. Mona sum. Luv yi ave: ucnaaascmwne V.
Jlwniiasn c.QkmEs af uumahbie xsu Nw acer a.B. parries-
Amigiheaa as' s.s. assi aiwsw fquhrigis wmmh n Urns '
jGANG" 4- Luv ya all'fBanners. Band! 'Pnom 85' thang 4 the 3'
frrie-is s.c.-lin, 'Luv gs mm n Fami ave-ima vr- f
Korxiusnmms 4- AIIil9S'l'h1bIiS2l'8ifl1Il2' -'mm uw., .nuee Keri a
een Susan. lRQOMIEl Misa u guuaf UR theuhestl Nw! hfgt Su:-airliead,
'Jen-Ballet Bcelleath-xrcist. Lau you Mike 1- always spcl tn mel Soc,
'-p1ny,meins!'Thx we. uma nam. Am mm non B J r
U SHHQLYMINQ -f Gr! X's,at Iiembr Hamnomijig B5 X's 2.86 ,
VarL'Song. TIBBY Blix Bug. Memuries in Main, Aculpocn, Goin 2 En-
fmpe.'nvn-Algai mn. mug a.c.,cpn Luv yariafli. Prey 4 wir. POLY.
Iraoy, will we ever find that pray? Luv my Pain, C Clos oi 86, i, -
muurrian Kina! - cis x's an the xfra-if 4931 oi. In summfssf
-illlwjsliembrlmgr 11 suvmss vw --f-thx guyefgrd mm me-if raw
i,2,:i,,awwn1capx 85fB6fDi-ill 'mrs ,nonmaa to blast, -1 Mama, 3?
lun to coinelgd -Lck S7 Kr B8fThx Mum' A Dad'8r. Qm's'Gd-hy VP
'JEFF KOMMA -'Varsity-Baseball "86" Sldinglianimoth Sta- ,
tiomijgn S-tums Where? my blueilxll? Summer "Kai" Blond? "The ,
'RIVERSIDE ROLE' Water Skiing at Hauasn MQ-lAVEl'Always'luv U -
Shana fgond S15 thmg Main'couldn't have clone it without U'
Gmac: Kumauomoe- Pfrnwe mae ni ms as wmime, mm, Kim,
Pam. Rabi, 85 ladies. no who U R, Alwys Rembr l-Iomenmg 85. Sa-
dies.'V Tents, SADD. Thx to Winters burg gang, U guys It Gr8, I Luv
mi sieve.. rim mmm, nm, .my-ze si nancy i Love vwmi ave ws
Jessica rcuumz - The rs 4 ui ansxsis xx with KC .miroigey snot,
Mich !Squeakg'Nvr Qget CHEMVCRAMI4 per I SemlSum 84 Veghas
nuxesem Enaaimlk mrs Elmer ull.. min sam ram Luv' ya -
Kathy Gregg Sam Julie Bill Bt Andy So Leng N N 'L N W
KUTCHEI1 - its Been Fun vp. ora xs' Wfall my frenz esp.,
Janafh Doc Rmhr :PKI -Huimiea '- 'Rl-IRL. R WE Having Fun Vet? Nur
lget frst Dat 12-16-B3'Prom 841 Luv UJON 'lever -V Bai. of Xe, Viuly,
ss-as - Farms! an BK every! - Val Kara ws: Thx MA al PA C-ya!
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Johnson Johnson Johnson J0hnS0n
Mike Jami Kalhy Sleele
Johnston Karres Keany Kelly
An Actor' Lif
Aspiring aciors Lydia Dunn and David
Voyen siudy Their lines during audi-
by Mary Buxton iions for The musical "C5rease".
By Casey Starrett
"C'mon Case, it'll be fun," chuckled my dad
evilly. "Besides you've never been to Catalina
and you can bring a friend. "
That was the last time l'll ever go along with
my father once he got that look in his eye. That
certain glint of unmentionable evil. After my
friend and l hopped aboard and headed out to
sea, my father grabbed the PA mike and bel-
lo wed across the harbor, "This is gonna be the
most fun you've ever had in your whole life. "
Needless to say it wasn't. Five minutes out of
the jetty a thick, peasoup fog drifted in and
showered the three of us. We were wearing T-
shirts and shorts and we froze in the chilly, night
Since then my pop has practiced his sailing
techniques and we've had some pretty good
times on that boat. But never again wiill follow
him when he has those devilish eyes.
Jeff Jerry Nancy
Komma Kruse Kugler
END oi' THE YEAR
Lori Neli Kim Henry
Keough Khorramsefat Charles Kim
C g iiti T T
Kymber Christi Shelly Jennifer
Kimes King King Kirby
to M 4 T
Ariana Seeley and Kristina Harden portray their characters during
Grace Jessica Kelly tryouts for the musical 'XG-rease"
Kumamolo Kumar Kutcher
PIKE LAMBETH - Great fun having lunch with Roy. Dave X2.
-Iim,'8z Mike. Keepxin touch. I'm glad to he out nf here. I love you
Terri, your n great. girl. Great X's Wllisa ln Biology 8: Kelly in
Anti. thx 2 MOM. DAD, E Terri for all the support.
STEPHANIE L. LANZDNE -- OUTTA HERE! Gr8 X's W CG MK
ME MR KS Good Luk Always NVE 4get RTILEE N EDDIE 'level
- Brian head UT JAKIIBOX New yrs, 85,lGOOD lull 2 BRI N
6urdylX-Cnuntry 83 84, 85lSprucedale 'SIU Steplxie sclrefflel
Luv yn Danny!! Love N thx 2 my family! Later!l
TRACY A! LAFINE - I did my time and now l'rn gone. Had Lanz
of fun. Always frenz, Becky-n-Suz. John-n-Tracy TLA Thanx
Mum And Dad. I Luv you' John. Tammy it's your turn now. Teach-
ers hewarelli! Thanks Coach G. Ten-is '85 '86 Wont large!
GORDDN LARGENT -4 Ann lliinisherllil Alwvs Rembr Grt K's
Wfthe GUYS! BM. B5.1JY. 8: the gmt WEBBIE! Rancho! I'll alwys
love LESLIE lx Thx 4 the heat year ever Honey! FEB 23 '85 I Love
you flux MSD A-sta N N N '
ERIKA LPLBSON -- Rmb! exclnt' X's W f Jen - Est Fr-nd Alwys.
Thrliqster 85 prtys WISV AW MP JW SB A-lniters Nur, llget Hol-
iy 'H ia is-in r. L.-.mr cnmiw ci. MM, xx, .1wJ v sf G Nony
'fnctnd an x. dung MM .ic im cc FC Ai. fm cms, mas aiwys
Jlm,1gnta,heife Luv ya MRD 8: Firm, N r '
LANCE LAHSON -5 H2u Pnla 93 Thnxs JE CIF Swimming Grt 11's
at Bay Heath. Hawaii 85 nver frgt X's W 1 last fmds RB Br. JC.
'Alwys rembr U JM. thx tullnm N Dafld ynurlove E Support.
,ANN IQATHROP -- Bestest. Buddies-W Pewe Q Jam Ntrr llgl
l'Bbll, vbll, E Sftbllr- I hte that! Iligeti J-MJ Gr8 X's Camp-Lts
mdifhtliilbe 'ckxol! YAG- Blastflrange Jelyheane lve 4-ever!
Qluvgyn Mum. Dad. Nan, Shear, :hint 'hve rncleit 'wfuut U!! ' 'V
CHI-CHUAN LEE- spemiihqnks rqxmy. puenispanding
who me. And you know who you arejl will re-
wn 111.00652 BEE FUN. ' " ' "
SIXOEEIII LEE -7- Beit ufluck tn my friends in the future! Special
tharta RS MF CH 8: -IN MEMORIES . , . ?if?? flhanks Mum B: Dad.
fLw9NEr..usGAUx 4- 'Han :mi xw in nap many nm in mfyi
xat SEBRANO' 4 letting me wk then l.V"Dwkgwthau ARNOR
'Falun Pen Ad Firm Nimjer Dqn'Stv Hua, Lyn Mk hz, Ten 'ifntsu
char 'ma 2 Ms sw ran sm HAD gn X an an no 1312 magma
lgmrn lpnger.-rin: th every! authe TEAM thi tb MDM lsr DAD 81
,linggilmaesi IIYCHRISTY eb x ,N ,N , N
CINDI -4 Pm outa here! Free at Inst! Never 4,-get surnrner
SPUDIMCQHHI itmrlrers alright! Dorf! worry Daisy will A
'imagineit'0liI'Tlurr4'eH2nltJ1ing JK, AF EEMQ 'Best is yettb' crime!!
Luv. Bftllteitesx Itnve more fglnl!!! Thx. 2WMpnfi Kzwllqd ,- Q '
luAviD,Lr.r-imiig -f vu tennis s4. ss, ss - on in Wfgll si nr
f ,isis -Quin me rrmtwnvn' nuglwesmour new i mm: rim
E1,nrlliq1my'Sh'g,!lgth Sql willinervelliim always. MGM -4 U It img!!
Fll!d,!"T' Tlmx 4 Everything! Love tovlbluxrm, Dad. Gghlqry. AB:
i"ItllllDERCl'!' A I A "i' W I ' l
JEEFEIIY mmm -kr mann Imade,itL1'n an my rn.-mas, umm:
Ynu,'Goit Blessxynu alI.1l'llahvays relive memories ntwthe Clubs.,
"run-ik. Biking rhefguys, 3 jobs, yimu- min.. 81 queer mgairack. r
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'xulzetnr CAM' nraurive ws oviaiu 'Nvr qgei grs Xslwl
,all uw friends iEven-HB1 -1 ur the bestgiuirimer '85 - tau '
,IIIIIC-ll: VP l'l!lI8iQ,.NHS 84, AWS hnatrdar II gr8g',ADl!l 'lfhanlcfyou
'LORD 47 everything! I Love you Mom Dad Gtandrnni,Squeegee.
'soon Luckravrsnvontei 'll I ' I I ' 'L
QMICHEIQLE -- Thanx! frenz 4 lmdgetable XUHH KKFSM
inc SE HWALUU YQ All! Luelr E I'IappinesB'2,PlGN 8: MRM Nvrxll-
'fget'I'rnim 85 Scuba N Mex C18 X's ut'Mnts W! KK Sk SME it
WDFCC W1 MC. Alwys rememlaerfspecial, X's fScntt. I' Luv
"M0YFg-Did--3F'FFm1g 1 ., .N ,N -' ' , '
Gemrv uilsnusn - oi. z Llfe!'AIwysrenrbr Prom ss gomlriuk
"2 an in -ybiir wasngsuiile mime. crm :iam WfFotbul,'Delnie'
Fishing' Clube EASE? qlllwhp mad. getthermastliuf sehuoly
'loin gzlubs. Love ya Mogul Dad 8: .Family aura here! 0nf2 col- N
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from Loman +-N susu Iflerel cm-ner Arwayalrmau great mime!
W1 Steve, Sraeledllggbq-River 153'--:Pre-River!'84 '- T091 Party,
The Hillg ami hummer 85 at Track g- HH'8f1-36: Lip Sync
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Moms -+ thx 2 Marx. Mic. grin yr thhnh sr 'Crystal 'hav in lisa,
cm- sf semi-all rmpafq ar Qnqigy runner! !,i. r r
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Having been born and bred on Califor-
nia sunshine, l yearned To experience a
Tives in Chicago. UnforTunaTely, This was
The coldesf winfer ThaT Chicago had seen
This year since l had a working knowl-
edge of whaT "snow" and "cold" really
means, ldecided To sfick ouT The wlnTer in
Sunny California. l don 'T care whaT Bing
Crosby says, The nexT Time l'm dreaming
of a whiie Chrisfmas, wake me up be-
cause l'll be having a nighTmarel
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6E'W4rNg T. "real" winfer. in over 20 years.
5 ,f b ' is A Every yearl hear Bing Crosby sing abouT
T if ,N ,. ,. a whife Chrisfmas, andlnever know whaT
V T 9. .T 1. T f f Xi The heck he is Talking abouT. lwas posiTive
T iivfgriqlc V' ThaT l was an underprivileged and de-
. , ..'y.. ' prived child and ThaT This would lead me
T' T T055 To an inferiorify complex in laTer years.
A 1 'rfr' LasT year my family and l visiTed my rela-
Sieve Jeff Alex
Lorifz Low Luem
Sunshine Christina Truc
Lundy Lusfig Luyen
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I P Smiling proudly, Dina Gomez shows Blake Griffith her
Bradford Louis Shawn Duwayne Julie David Melissa i
Lynn Madden Madigan Marcolesco Marsden Martinez Martinez
X. Kara Webb Ron June
Maruoka Massey Matlock Matsumoto
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Yvette Richard William Kellie
Mercado Mericle Meyer Michael
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At Date Dad, Jennifer Smith and Diana Guy enjoy a wonderful evening with
ALEX LUEM - The ordeal is finally over! It's been a Blast Gr! X's
with AC, C5. AG, ER, CL, SB. ML, Ski Sun Valley 4ever SVE 85 MM
TH 85106 Judy SM 'NL Fri Ftbl H20 Polo Luv U MOMXDAD Bye-Bye
SUNSHINE LUNDY - Good BYE VPH5. I had lun annoying you.
Thank you Susan, for being my best friend and thank you B.G, for
making the Campus look BETTER.
TIIUC LUYEN -- At last, '86!! Good times at VPHS Wfbest pals.
Alwys remhr Gumby and her laughs, JM Ur SMO and their twig
lights, lab notebook parties, and our battle ol the lockers. Thanx 2
Mom 8: Dad 8: Fam. Luv U all!
BRAD LYNN - CLASS '86 Nvr forget Grt fiends, Spencer, Craig.
Clark, CCB5. N. Hollywd RRJ. ASB 8 Oraclel? Ben 4 yrs VP Ce-
menla-y, Red Slo-ped, Homecoming Boy Meets Girl "MPI," Alwys
Love Mom lr Dad's kyp, Jason, Kim, Nathan, Garret, Thank you all
SHAWN MADIGAN - I'm outa here rember CL AJ BD JD SS LA AA
KA best Pal 4evr SNUGGLES Cindi remhr suuier 85 par-ty with
Shauna Always Brunettes have more fun! Luv them TB5 Luv ya Mom,
Dad. Mindy. Bridge. KB don't sneeze!! This is it 86
JULIE MARSDEN -- Gf8 xr wfthe Neenrs -- I Luv u all Nvr Iiget
Sumr 85 Nwpl 35 WI TT Fieatas at Chickens the thing Irom SD Fe!-
ticuifzen WL Bt The Cure LL - Fun in 85 ENS TR PRTY Ring like a
bell I spin TP -- This yr 31 Wild 8: Goofy antismckr Luv MDGL
MELISSA MARTINEZ - Ilad x's WXEC. MP. GL. JP. I love you guys!
Nvr frgt New Years 8: summer 85 - DLA Q the jungle SB's HV Win-
kles lr Prlys at drive-in wlthe gang. Alwya rernhr Prom '85 rvlTN.
SM, EC, BC, JP. Later VP! Love you M 8: U. J 8 J ADI BOBD
KABA MARUOKA - THX ALL FRENZ 4 grt in 8: support! Alwys
Rmb! Spcl x WIBH 17 mth PROM 84 Bc 5 3 yr Q KNOTTS Snph Sa-
die! HC Q SH '85 DT WIKF JV I V HAH GIRAFFE AB, KP, SBELSIN-
ORE GANG Thu 'V62 UR special E .lo 13 yr LUV my LTL WRSTLR -
Nobdy 4gel Memories E frenz R 4euerI
JUNE MATSUMOTO -- Can't believe we're finally out! NVR froget
all the lun x's with GR8 buddies! GRA, AL, KIM, LDR. KAR. TBA,
PAM. MIK, JET-'. ROB. NVR frgl and for all you've done. THX mom.
dad, Bet, Ez Anil For evrything LUV U ALL VRY MUCH!!
YVETTE MERCADO -- B5-86 llfevr Gr! 1,8 wl Darrin Best Fm:
Christine 8: Kelli Luv ya guys Thx 4 gn x's w f Christine 8: Iil spew
V meegan Grt x's at the POST! gd x's H20 sking wlD fl: Family Nvx
lgrt Foods w!Tara!CatIi 8: Mary. Luv Alwys Dan'in!MD Bi Fam!
WILLIAM MEYER - Friends, Faculty. EL Coach Thx for 3 gd years.
SADD pres Key Club V-Pres. xCountr1y, TRACK. Best of Luck to the
CLASS of 86. Special thanks to MOM, DA-D, ERIN. You're the BEST!!
KELLIE MICHAEL - No way l'm outta here 8: great is B back 'lever
41 best BFA KATHMA E TROY can't nvr lget ya Chris Rmhr VP
partys beach guys -- good the bad happy E sad and the all nighters!
QNX! EF T
Jeannette Jeff Todd Cheryl D?l'1i59
Miller Miller Miller Minger Mll'170n
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4-'Z'LVELe.SPfPf:, - G'Day lvlaTes and Luvs! How ya goin'?
CATING AusTralia is a rage! lT's a humdinger rips-
norTer Time fgreafj. The blokes Cguysj and
Sheilas fgirlsj down under are Top people.
Mark Brian Brian Everyone freauenTs The local pub or waTer-
Monsees Monleer Morales ing hole fpubj To chaT up Sheilas or blokes.
gg While you're sweeT Talking The ladies, you
C can boogie To The local Aussie bands.
Aussies enjoy all sporTing acTiviTies, espe-
cially The ones They can waTch and don'T
have To parTake in like Cricket and FooTy.
As you know, The fair dinkum Cseriousj Aus-
sies dress well. The naTional dress consisTs of
Thongs, STubbies Ca brand of shorTsj and T-
Your Typical Aussie enjoys a good feed of
our favoriTe Tucker Cfoodj, meaTpies, which
can be eaTen for breakfast lunch and Tea
fdinnerj. Anoiher well known delicacy is ve-
.. , gemiTe Ca buTTered bread spreadj. Also,
yi Aussies enjoy a barbie CBBQQ wiTh loTs of
wmv 5. sTeVak and bangirs Csausagesj. Th
.,.y-ffifff -Q ffl. -ig., 'T .741 ea er can e o biT changeable in e
land down under. Everyone wears shorTs in
The summer fDec. -Feb.j, buT be sure To bring
g ' along plenTy of jumpers fs weaTersj and slop-
'g .,'l A py-joes fsweaTshirTsj in The vvinTer CJune-Au-
A Craig QUSU' . .
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The dunny 5baThroomj, be a jeTseTTer and
go To The land down under.
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Karen Jakes discusses confidentially the weekends happenings with Karen Alex-
Nancy David Cheryl Bridget
Morris Morrison Molhes Mowbray
Christopher Becky Scott Mark
Murphy Myhren McCurry McGinnis
.IEANNETTE MILLER - Best times at VPH5 -- Nvr Iorget all my
Irnz ncountry cram sessions banana and carrot kldnappings forever
I Love You MOM Huntley Jen!! I couldn't have made it without you
College here I come.
JEFF MILLER -- GOOD LUCK -- MIK ROB KEL DUST STEVE SCTT
- Tenis Niles Terr Serv SU NAB PAPERS INTEL CARPDOL Ball
Football Xcountry Track Key Cluh Thx DAD5 MOMS AM Hr FRIENDS
-- Luv U All
TODD MILLER - Pm out! THANKS 4 gd X'5 with R5 MC CM GB JC
B+Ball AT RS House Prom 85 8: LH I LOVE 'YOU SHANNON Soph
Fhall 1934 See Ya
CHERYL MINGER -- See Ya Later Fun while it Lasted. Thanx MOM
Q DAD Hr JULIE College here I come,
DENISE MINTON - I'm outa here thx to all my Irnds Remhr Prom
85 Var Gym 84-85 Nvr 4get Lockers Stacy AL YWS RICHARD Inn
xj's wlKM AB SW n 84-85 Coronation 84 Nvr 4get 'l'Hx J. J. e ev-
rythng Luv you MOM DAD 8: FAM 86 RULES!!
MARY MITCHELL - HOLLY BRITTANY LAUREN COURTNEY
They live on 4ever! Grt x's wlhest friend Karen Bentley Jeni W. Eri-
ka L. Grt River x's good x's in Mission V. WIKIM F. Summer 85 ur!
Susan CC Frat parties I finally made it Luv U MOM DAD FAM
.IOANNE MIYAWAKI - Im outta here! So long VP It's been real
NVR 4get you guys: DUB SPAZZ VAL KRHRI Yentl twin wd Hd Rk
Anhstl Ka Rah Rah Z Kath llob Thx 4 the GD x's Lets KIT ls? Dance
C IP 84-86 DEL MONTE SKI CLAN! Mist ya April Pink Bunnies R
mul Farm our cum sem Elmore? Cm o BABE
DAN MOFFATT - "86" rules Bhall was xfnt No. 12 Bst team Bealr
OX BRIL YOUNG CARTER ME thx Qgrt memories Team Sth period
was grt 2nd period was a blast. ICM was impossible. HELP Mark E
Kathy stay IIIPPV. tag along Billy. 50 long VP, George!
RAYMOND MOLINARI -- ARIZONA HERE I COME! no more 0.C.
life! Gr8 Xa wlall my frenz. Thanx for the Prt Time Plm Sprgs 85-6
Pete f The legend Ivs. gm pan pinio Var Ftball B4-5 'VEB CIF 84 Hey
Guido! I luv U MOM POPE Iam. THNX!
MARK MONSEES -- GOD RULES!! G16 x's WIEVFRE Scott QSPEWD
Cathy Motwins U 2 etc TENNIS B5-S6 Skiing Latin Cluh -- all fum!
Love ya lots MA PA -1- B. l'll Miss Ya ALL - BYE!
CRAIG MORDOCK -' G18 times wlBrad Spence Clark S CCBS 3
fun? yrs Swim Er Polo goal 2 best X's in Santa Barbara wfJC RB JC 5
ASB close call w!Bri H20 lc snow SKI cycling V-hall 31 fav shirts N.
Hollywd pals Love You ROBIN Thanks MOM DAD 8: FAM.
NANCY E. MORRIS - I MADE IT!! Alwys Eemhr grt X'a w!LB SW
LN Q KW Fun x's WILB in BHEA Igas station, Gr. Huntington Beach
Summer of 83-84 at San Onfre. Luv you Bros Thank You for all the
luv 8: support MOM 8: DAD!
BRIAN T. MORALE5 -- MOM -- DAD l made it! Great x's wlyood
Friends GL - WM - LR - Sl. - RT -- CH - Never forget - U --
Shelly - GOOD LUCK - wlfuture days . . . CH never forget those
ski days. Great X's w! WM at GLAHIS. Good Luck All. Good Luck
Next Year Lisa I LUV U
DAVID MORRISON - Good Luck CI-IUDS 81 SPEWS -- 3 grt yrs at'
VP - Drama Club 85 better than evr - Jehl Rob and cast of Stair-
case best Irnz BYE TP LW .IF BE and other gr8 1's - Rmlsr it Tues.
LOVE lt ROCKETS Fish bone wl CHILI PEPPERS Cure. GR ease
CHERYL MOTHES - Alwys rembr grt x's wlValinda best friends
till the end! Aarenhed! Lot, Lls. Kel hte bst concerts! RDCKIN 'lever
Why ws I alwys in trouble? Our party!!.MOM lr DADS 'boarding
house. LOVE U FOREVER Pat M + D llemlsr VA. 2 dolrs
BRIDGET MOWBRAY - lwill grow my hair long . . . I will grow my
hair long An extension ol my soul NVR 4get U Imds Tl-INK 4 all the
5:8 x's Lv U. THNX MOM Er DAD Lv, U. Pm outa here, SEEE YAAMI'
V PS Nvr Gget my JUJU
CHRISMURPHY -No more -Radx'swlMCJCRSDRGBDH
-I S K L and other fools. Baseball 85. "that'a cool" "UUUUT" time to
party thanks lor all the help MOM 8: DAD and Family Bye everyonei
BECKY MYHREN - 12 years seamed like forever! Alwys rembr
summer of 84 at the beach Catalina 8: lost valley were great! Fun x's
to come! I LOVE YOU FOREVER KE'UlN'Thks to MOM 8: DAD E.
FAMILY for helping me along I LOVE YOU ALL!
SCOTT McCURRY - GRT x's wfSC GOG0 Q LO Var I-Thall NO li-
cense lo drv Itl red dats RVER Ramble wl5C Q GG dont rmber SAN-
TANA CONCRT! GRT x at Boingo DEI Taco WIML E MC GRT is at'
MNT5 w,'Michelle W!mny more -to come! l'm outa here love M,8z DV
SU2 Bt JEFF
MARK MCGINNIS - Thanx for the edncaiton VPHS! Tim + Herb'
Cosby 3-5 is all it takes. Go mity MPR THX L + L Srzottulim, Jeff,
Bob, Thanx. Round Tahle here we come. Prtys Eisenhower Rocket,
Slide Fires Good Luck TUB WALA. Tl-lx M -lf D CHRIS + MIKE 86
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Gerry Linsmeier shows his spirii by helping To aecorale
for spirii day.
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JACQUELYN McNEES -- Had fun --' HOMECOMING 85, Sadie 85 -
BST x's w!GG JT TW B5 AS AG KS K: JMXNVR 49et 025, DISVLND
85 Jet Skiing. B9 BEach Pty. Awesome women VP Fun u's n the
BNYS, esp mine, Summer 85 Thx M 8: D Bc FAM
ROY NAKAMURA - Glad its over x 2 ski Q Tahoe Party x la here
Always limhr Chem Class 8: staying up late w!HW. thxs to all my
teachers Lets Keep in touch Pike, KW, JM, CN, 8: GL MOM Thk U 4
Encouragement l Luv U MOM, DAD. CARDL It KEN DAD Thk U 4 S-
V Q 'YAA ' A muv-.107 PU
PETER NELSON - See ya Thanks 4 all good x wlDave D 84 W
Donny, John Et Bry H20 Polo k Swimming have been lun
KRISTOPHER NELSON -- Var FB 415 lst team TRK Socr Hllwn
style Grt x's Bruno -- Hmcmg, Rdlndl, etc. 5-25-85! Luv U 'lever
LORI BAN 8: KJN "FUNKY lt SNUFFYH Your the grtat Love ya mom
KB KC A KELLY - Grt 2 B Home Love ya Kathy Mike Mike JR DAD
PATTY 81. BOYS. MLTM
MELANIE NELSON - New Gold Dream 1968 Eeelr! lt's coming true!
Endless youth lWby am l trembling? Conclouaneus . . . What's that?
Nvr lk bck Vicki 8: Andrea Sabrina Steve! Sheri! My anlnh. Shred Ba
Flick your spirits R lliellf What you believe? Love, the one true
NICOL NIEMANN - lt'a finally over! Nvr 4 get best frnds Teri Ka-
ren Staci Layne Cori. Promo 85 -- Greg UR very special 2 me. Grt x's
crulsin L lf. J, Don J's. HAVASU 84-85 WIKJ fun wfB I J Grt laffs
wl SC CM A5 DB CW CN Luv to family 8: McA's Bye-bye!
JULIE NIKON - Grt Sr 'Yr P5 luv ya RALPHlE5l Shelbs a whole yr
of fun Luv U Hllwn style lun wlJC CE BF 14 yrslGP grt frndshlp! Nvr
4get R5 - BG Special friend Billy 8: Alexis together 4ever Mins you
Karey Thanx MOM DAD ERIN h GRANDMAI
JASMIN NDDJOUMI -- Gr! x with RE CR EG KB JN SD KF ETC ESP
Ute RALPHIES. thx! Nvr 4get RE DV CB GB! Gd x with AW! this
Scheismeister! Soccer 83 84 85 Roofus 8: Lins 4 ever ll! N JN EFF
4ever Miss U UK! W. wood w md Oct 25 Gee I luv my family!!!
CHRISTOPHER OH - Thanx tn all my Frenz -- Nevr 4get you guys
great x's w!Annual . . . finally outa here! now class of 90? "His love
endured forever" Psalm 136 Love you Mom, Dad, James, E Family
SAM OH - Veni vidi Vici. Memories sepl. Lows and Highs slings
and arrows. No easy Jawa But-ell. Pug always. Never, inlerliciw. God.
Loves, Past, a morayoeleritero Thx 2 Mom and Dad
ANNE OK - VP 2 znophbia QP:-pl Hair! Holly wd after hrs: Retish
Odyssy Powr tau lb llc Everytlsng DEATH. aber ration peace, para-
dox, JSA: Stamlprd S Segregions, occult, WHK, Bowie VUUni:
Vaughn - modeling. Poetry in smky clubs. zero generation to etnll
MELISSA OLSEN - Were outa here Sam! Always remember Feb 14,
85 Thanxs Sb 4 alwys bieng there grt x's ln lith fun x's at RH I lnv
you HUMDIG. Remembr Bumper Bunny good luck Jett' youll need it,
STEVE OSOWSKI - Thank God l Made lt! Party buddies Si, Dk,
RBS, Prtr Jen. Di. Jen lust em. I love you Mom. Dad. Brothers. and
Sisters. Couldn't have made it without you.
SANDRA O5UMl -- Un-igetable Memories at VP! Thanks to all my
grBt- frnds for sped x's never forget snph Cheer Var Sung Dance
Chor Thnxs to Vp, u were good 2 me! Time to move on love you God
Andrey Micheal Mom Dad 86 fl GD LK to And! KT. LJ. THNX
SARAH OUZOUNIAN -- Never forget klsaseldes or my lrnz. Orange
Jelly beans - late lab nights. Skor bars, OJ, and Choc Pudding are
tops luv yon Mom!Dad!! Luv to all my pals at last college loved
xcountry. Families are tops!! JM our islands waiting
GEKRY PAGULAYAN - Golly Jeepers! Leapin Lizards! Be Still my
heart I get to leave this Hicktown! Ol! to SB New S get ditchrm to
Vegas or Partyin with be-st lm: thnx Mom Aloha Every 1 THANKS
FOR THE GUMBALL POPEYEQ
KRISTA PANGBURN - Nv! dget grt x's and l'1-nz at VP. Alwys rembr
Prom 84-5 Sadies 83-4, Wendy we made it! Thnx for the mny yrs of
lmdship. outragous! Luv ya alwys Ricky! Ann Nov 27, 1983 and many
more! Thx Mom, Dad, neice Lvya
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by Chris Oh
In the summer of '83l went to Tahiti. Though l heard many stories about these
islands, l wasn't prepared for the beauty l encountered. The Tahitians seemed
to like Americans and were very hospitable.
While there, we toured the islands, seeing Bora Bora, Moorea, and the large
island of Tahiti. in Moorea, lstayed at a Bungalow on the water. lt was much
more fun then staying at a hotel, because we had the sounds of the ocean
outside the window.
We snorkled, canoed in the native boats, watched hula shows and shopped
in Papete, the capital city, alive with culture and activity.
The city was full of different people including French, English, and native
Tahitians. The city is mainly tourest oriented, and was full of different kinds of
After leaving Tahiti, the things l remembered most were the crystal clear
waters and the lush flora and fauna. lt was the best vacation l've ever had, and
l hope to go back someday.
ADRIENNE PARKER -- Fun wiB8z.I - nite Hockey - Bl! EL Sprkput
the top duwnl - stylin' la nuc my blue bomb! rc Man-hehe hey lg-52
big time skill elcgnvr 491 bb nib-liv 2 pangel! bstx art-hrd Rclr-Ice t
lis ylluv Ma Pa!Bras! Gm BD LG MW CH LA Here I COME!
WENDY PATRICK - WILDxsat VP Halloween 85 Team wLlaa R,
BFs - Suz 8: Lis, Wrld Destructn .IV 8: VARSITY Cheer. thnlwgiving
Party 85 RT BB KR JS MF. PLM Springs Iloosy, Nwport-Red Mercdz.
Bod Slanrn w Marni Megn Shlby, X TT Luv u MLD Jen UCLA or
MINDY PAUL - Grt :Us wlbst lrndo- Erin DS, Melina HM, Genny
FG, Jen FR, Sunny. Hola AirfMel! Nvr 4get SB's, the lngls. dw illi.
cnvsr grls. Nvr 4get U Kenny! Thanx 4 evrything Mom, Dad, Rob.
Shell. Luv U all! C Ya VP! Adi Bullal
ARNIE PAULSON -- Over already? it was Fun 86! 4th calc. Hrnm??
"did u do H.W.?" That's OK J.H. it was Iuu n WE CAN prv. it. Tplo.
can. S.??? Dn't know Mrk ir. not all sme. Anrky in k.C.? Thx Mom,
Dad, Frnds. Hlped me thru.
ROBERT PEERY - C.I.S. Water Skiing yah dude-BR Varsity wres-
tling cool times bst friends Tom. Dave, Viltkl El Camino 8. guitar
Thanks Mom 5: Dad Im outta here
DELIA PEREZ -- Yea We're finaly out, Sr. year ws the best Alwys
Rembr the great times with KI SA DE LK El. You guys are the belt.
Nvr Forget-R-weekends. Will Min-U All. Lair, U MGM. DAD, and 'SIS'
Will always Rembl' '86. ITJAP - SPA Rules
KAREN PHELPS - Finally made it I'm so happy! Thanx to all my
lrnz Luv U all Esp Tina Sa Kara Never 4get fun x's 9th grade, Janas
party, Soph yr. Sadie: rembr Scott? Caron. 83 A B4 Qun Mry, Eccn's
Pizza! January 16th 1984Aevel! Love you Jeff MOM DAD
TINA PIANTIDOSI - Thanx 4 undgetabl FUN x's GUY S U R ALL the
COOLEST! RENEE Bat Pal Tina told ya NVR MEET BANISTER PAR-
TY REACT -si JFK I SPY SWIMMING JAM BST is NEERING EB WL
BT FUN WIJCBS WILD x's W
CH MW LC KK RISK MH LIVE 4 Fetuccini
GA-YLENE PICANO - GRT x's wlBS'I' FRNZ KB JB JN RE SD EG
LK Luv u ALL Haloween 85' GRT x's an Movies! was it twouf a kind?
und Irndshp ur! JC. Fun wiA5B. Pro Soccer here I come. Party all
nite SD can'l walt. Thx 81. Luv U Much. M D Ha SIS
PAULA POINTER - G18 x'a wilanine, Erin, 8: Shelley. Rembr Gir-
L. cle City, 32nd St. Camelot, Hollywood. Concerts. ILOVE YOU
JOHN!! Thanx MOM, DAD. AND SISTER Var Soccer
CRAIG POLLARD -- Gd :Cs w. JE, BB. WM. SS, ER. JB. DF. PFH, Var
Bsbl. 3 yrs. Thmr Ooh. Supl: ftbl, Hwii 84, 86 Long Live-the Tank!
fhfdevr Blirsfld., Plm Sprngs, bch, trips Thanks Mom R Dad your the
, ' best
JEHNIFERPOUL - Grad at Int - Fun fs w,fGenlly, ER, Mind, Sun,
MIB. HY. TM, 8: SM-DHL. D Mhl, LAV, Jungle. Alwys Rembr Prom
85. Thanx-Bob Thanx Mom, Dad, lr Greg J Love you all. Good Luck
L YQ . ,V V AIwya'Greg
ROBERT PORTER -- Going Going Gone! Beat X's at VP. with Si.
OS0,'S.R., AQD., JJ. T, DEF and DEB. Grt prty's. C.L. and 'I'C's.
Fishes. gofing to LV. good x's skiing! Thx 2 MhD,.Bro and SIS. Bye
MIKE POWERS -- Bu! if We have died With Jesus Christ, we be-
lieve that we shall also live with him. BOM 6:6 Thna God Luv 2 ma.
ps and sis fun wi Ken Dave Hank Gary Fislrlace Pete and grp! Moe
1 V Juni Reap Ke! Lips Tim Wizard!! ZL FN OR EM OR SE
.MIA PRATT -' PRINCETON or YALE! Thx rtlfmz. KIMQSHAE 81
BEC. STAC. DAV JEF 5 The BOYS of '85. Success and Happiness R
yours! Luv 8: Luck in the future I LOVE YOU MOM 8 DAD, MISH Q
MAN. NVR4GET LAKE HAV. PL M5 PR GS. and jumping in hmm of
V ' the camera!
SANDRA PRESTON - Lt. wlreeties says Q-bye! nvr forget: MLICM j
LM Hz her 'lil red racer- Tall Flags B3-86 KU. 8086! Awesome Women
of VP: 84 SCCGA champs - Rmhr mama lr papa Smurf! Mgmnriegg
shim 'sa wr Cs- Goo at neabpurf '34 u1lBest mana - .rinse mam
'ITM PRICE - Gr! Ks W! B5 .IK JS D5 KK MR DW JAl1H00'V'Sl
Candace Melanie u o me 2 pies? Never dget U Wendy jU2 IZLF 1
YBB C n Mjluv U MDnEf'iAdios JamillSee Yo VPl'l'he Coach I-lapse
V V Gang
SHAELA PRIGMORE -f Grt1r'sw - BA. MP. K5 Nvr4-get KS, KP,
KJ-B Men, u no em all Mial Sup dudge? Pigle tm Pooh Party w BS.l!'s
Beck! Time Warp-Prom 85' - -I-Imecmg 85-MF alwys spcl 2 me! Pm
outa here! Love Mom, Dad 8 Chad Thx 4 the sprt! Love u 2 Darhi-
V . ' ixtrye!
KAREN PUCCIO - I'm outa Here So Let'a Parry Alwys Remhr fun
x's with Pat Cuz I Love you! Best Frnz Lisa Rad x's w!RH SW RN VH
DR I Did ir 4 you Dad I Love you and Mom 2 Gd Luck Little Sis Class
of 94 l.et's go Cnlsin I-IASTA SPAZ2
LESLIE BADMACHER - Finally! G18 Times with Frenz Lee and Ed-
die 4evrf'l.iW crusn - Fun on Utah slopes '85 'Always a BLAST? 2 MR2
Shine 00 f i Luv U Gordan - Feh '85 Memoryzl More Nite Pinos-We
' , Survived 'Luv u Mom and Dad'
GARY RAINVILLE - Had good times wlMike CGel wisel. Ken,
Dave, Jim ltishfacel, Henry Br Chris fCh2UI. rnalorj - Thx 81. love to
Mam, Dad. Greg, Kristie 5 Michelle - Fun times w,l.l5A, wrestling
matches, ZLFI Key Club - Can't wait until G. Day!
LYNDA RANCK - '85 Nvr 4'-get. Kel. Cath, Lim Snlr Bar frnrls-
4ever. Janet alwys in my heart, Cu at the Y. Gd x's in CP5, MS:M'a.
ZLF. Q trnds. Hawaii with Lisa. Luv u Stacy, Nellie, Kim, 5. Laura.
Thx MGD 8: 3 Sisses. Gd LCK Class oi '86.
ERIC RALLISON - VP '86 Great times Thanks 2 friends - Al. Stew-
art, Steve B.. Adam, John B., Scott s., Craig P.. Jeff Ed., Matt P., lr.
Others. Alwys love 2 SKI! Rembr-Gulf team, R.T., TB. Mammoth,
Beach . . . THANKS To Mom and Dad and God! Nextstep . . . UC??
TODD RAMOS - Var: Ftblf -F42-DE, Track-3 itlmp-85 Champs.
Wrsting. Cnyn 5 Ornge fb gams. 2 tm-league. Frnds wflrmha, DL.
Viv. KS. NmC. SS. Luv ya Kelli H - NYre A Wfrml. Nvr 4get U JenP8:
Hmemng-85. Good luck - KM. BM, BG, SS Q F.W. Q 'l' teams.
Thanks to all my friends.
KEVIN RAMSEY -- Thx to Jackie, BB. RG, SK. NB, RTlThe HILL!
Var Snocerlnkll Parties l The BeaohlCabin. Skiing In The Snow
Storm I , Coal Canyon. and Specl al Thanks To All the GIRLS! Thaka
MOM XB: DAD, I Love You.
MARK RAYMOND -- Will Rembr Grt x wl RB, SP, MF, TW, FC, EC.
BM. SP. Stil Dont Undrstand ESMCL Luck Todd! Thx Mom Ha Dad 4
it all. Band 4 evr Wanna Party But Gotta Go, Beam Me Up Scotty.
DJ RETTIG -- Gr! Tm! wlthklohn Rob Pag Mike Bill E Adv. Grt Tma
in Canada' with Rob H John. Pag Rmhr Las Veg John Rvbr Rob H.
CAR 6 Bmhr CRNBOOK BC? Nvr fgt S.C., Grt Times with everyone
thanks Mom And Frnly See ya' at .l.C.
TOM. ROBERTS - Always rmher gr8 x's w !Chris Bizr x'u in Auto
Prom 85 coping w!Peery everydy in secret rm LUV U Both MOM dz
DAD Very Much KEEp the iaith 8: later daze VPHS!
JEFF Roumzv - :mms ls My ure. cs san nigga, nr. onympia
Here 'l Come! Canada Rules, Skiing IS My Life! Randle. Magna, Tesf
ta, Marsh, Kip Etc U Heads! THX Keoughs 4 everything! GOOD-
DAYEH! ' '
LISA M. ROJO - Thnk God it's finally over!! We did it Kar Bears!
Var Yell '86 Tnxs 2 my I-'rnz Aimers E Nana! The 3 Musketeers lLuv
U Both! Halloween 585 wi-Wendy! Sadies 84 B 85 Best Friends deves
Tabitha Luv MGD David Guy U 2 DB!! Later! '
DAVID ROLQNTZ - !!!!!!'RoLL THE 'l'0YOTM!!!!! A Year Spent
What Could Be Better. Baseball 786 Had A loft of fun with The Gang.
Can' Wait.To Blow This Popoorn Stand. THANKS For EVRYTHNG
Mom Q. Dall PAKTYEN' BEST , '
CAROLYN ROMERO - Nvr fogt But times w Frene WOOLY P00
Poo JAZ K RALPHIE 2 PALM SPRING THE RALPHIE 5s Stolen
Signs g-2 JR PRES Nvr fogt I Love U GREG DANCE5 were Fun Sking
In Mamth Nvr Fog! ve THNKS LOVE MY FAMILY GIGLE
MARY ROONEY' -- gr8-x's wl HK-SL - CG - KS - ME of course Hetor!
Nvr -4-get BBear skiing wf Tisha 81 friends! oh lr ovr 4-get Prom 85!
"The Ang Inn" Batt h Hween oi:eanside.w! Heth! igr8 x's in foods
wl Vett-Kath! mhd I did it! thnx love .ya hye VP V
ALLISON ROSE 7- Nvr Qget sm! 85 TB'NA S.H. 85 Luv ya BVS
'Thanx Dad H! Band Gunjret 83-86 Frnz KC'El' vegnes Best pal
Lauri on had sam 5 on ns in ss' vb- Track B086 cum. 1, watch
out! Nvr 4-get D Luv ya mom 8: pup Later VP I am out of here! Luv SC
TDDD ROSEN -- Thnx-dad for yourrhelp and support all thru school
No one could ask' for a better dad!! Good luck on your mission Rick
Roy CB. Best df lndk in law Robert Basic fltaspyl D
JURAE L. ROSS - GIS x's wfliaraboo Stac CC Page CJ Jam ADJZ
8: othrs Nvr 4get Skiing wfBasketball Sadiea Choc donuts ovrnights
LA Anual Elsinore Ptys wfKJ's le rest alwys rembr' B-Bail 5411-B-Ball
pals JA KS 81 team TalvK.l's Love mom Dad JGD GEM
SUSANNE .ROSS - GrB x's wi BKF K and T. -I, Kim, V, M, A Nvr
4get Homecoming 84 Ramps Soph cheer, LA. Cat 83'July 84 Bb Prom
8435! 21's Norco GDB 84 CC 85 H155 Alwys Love u Richard. Nvr 4
get the ring 3116184 Thanks and Love Mom, Dad, Edd Cya ,
RICHARD ROYCE -- Great times wf John, Robert, Todd, Run! Al-
ways remember fishing trips "84. 85" Thx Dad Looking forward to 2
yrs somewhere??? Bye VP! Love u Mom 8: Dad H family: Thanks for
everything. -Goodiuck to all my friends!!
ANDRENA R. RUST - Thx mom-dad 4 growing wf me! Shelly you'll
always he my hlf Thx 4-the many memories! gd x's in Palm Springs
wfCB, TW. SK! Ray you're -fl in my life l love you! Mr. C Thx a mil-
lion! var socr gd nfs! Love to may family! I love Jesus!! ,
KIM SAKAUE f- What? Am lStill Alive? Best Friends KiSaDelKel
AKL Lunch Friends Always remember great navigating to Oxy! Good
Luck! Next year reality sets in. .
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As Greg and l boarded The small Two-man boaT, we
were headed on an advenTure ThaT would offer us
more Than we could ever lie abouT.
Our vessel, wlTh The guidance of our hands splashing
The wafer, was off The bank of The river in no Time. We
picked up speed as The currenT accelerafed. When
we came upon The rocks, The boaT Tossed and Turned,
flinging Greg andl in To each oTher and The plasfic sides.
Wafer splashed our cloThes and bodies, sfinging our
faces wlTh iTs icy coldness.
Soon affer we had complefed This seT of rapids, we
noficed we were in The middle of The river heading
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we had planned To end up, and l knew These rapids
were Too rough for our plasfic boaT To handle.
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lefT. We paddled Toward Them, praying we would
reach Them in Time. We grabbed aT The Twigs sficking
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came denser, The currenT moving fasTer Than ever be-
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fronf of The boaT dipped, wafer rushed in and The boaT
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The Tree. Screaming for help, lknew we would die.
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Senior Cheryl Gubler celebraTes her accepTance To USC.
Hi! This is your number one son wriTing
from AusTria. The ouldoor sTreeT
cafes in Vienna are The greoTesT.
The schools here have Twelve per-
iods ond They have schools which
are in session for six days. Vienna is
full of caihedrals, museums, govern-
menT buildings, and parks. lsaw The
worlds biggesT ferns wheel called The
Riesenrad. Did you know They use
Mercedes Benz cars for Taxis?
The coun Tryside is also foscinaTing.
l wenT bike riding alone Through fields
of wheaT and corn. l rode along
some railroad Tracks under pine
Trees, There l seT an AusTrldn shilling
coin on The Track, and after The Train
smashed iT, had an insTonT souvenir
To Take home.
A fTer furTher riding my bike, l came
upon a Town populofed by sixTy
people coiled Haselbach. l had an
ice cream There and proceeded
bockro STogersbach where l was
sfoying. IT was a inTeresTing day.
,y Well Mom, l'llbe seeing you soon,
buf unlil Then Auf Vlliedersehen.
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John Corclch, Andrew
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HOWARD SALDARINI - Gr! x'6 wfFry, Burt, Tino, Sims, Murph!
Mammoth 85 Banehnll-86, Canyons burnt so Keep Chris Fry. How
2Ski Prom-86 Nvr Forget. Tnx Mom8eDad For All your support. Luv
BRIAN SALGADO - Leev Beehynde V.P. GR'I'fTmu wth Slefush
Billzer MO MJ MA GP FG GD RM .IS SD JN JC DB KR Get those . . .
Never a dull mom! XLENT tins wth gang GL PS 85 KR SJ M0 BS
Wlvs otsde Luv U Mom Dad
JACK SAMUELS - Bst Frndz KR SK SB PG BB NB RG RT 910 Spec
Thx to AH, TH. SK Grt x's cab Iev Allnlghters Hill Spec x's Sadie
84,85 Prom 85 HC85 NVR 4ge! Kheavenll 70 chev VarFool 87's gone
Love Always Dad, Mom 8: Josh
NORMA SANDOVAL - Miss U Tisha, You'Il alwys be a spcl Frnd Luv
U, Always RMBR GR8 FRNZ Mich, Christi, Jules, Keri, John, THNX 4
the GR8 memories. alwys luv my little mex, miss U, Luv 81 thx ma 8:
da 8: Family, Love you Hector
CHRIS SANT -'- No More Dictatorshlp: I'm on my own now! BST K's
Illf JY KM CE. REMBR: G st. Buns. Nvr 4get the gang. Rmb: Bfslci-
in wlthe boys Q muddln' . RMBR the reubens plrng lot 8: concrts.
LUV U MRD 5 B 8: FRNDS. ps: get outa bet U schlep!
RANDY SAUCERMAN - Later I'm '86 Luv Ya Cathie, Always re-
member Prom 85 Q our good times together-Be Seeing Ya!
DANA SAVARESE -- I did lt, Dad! Alwys remembr great x's wf clr-
cle 6, DF JG LT JC KS LL Hz the MOB'What Happened?l Nvr-lege!
Toga, ped, Helter Skelter, Slvrado 8: Havasu '85 Love Ya Mom, Dad
8: Kent. C-yn VP, I'm outa here!
ROB SCHULKEY -- Best o' times wl Rob BXF Always. Fun Lnchs wl
RL, MF, EB, MI. Keep 451' alive 4-ever. Good Luk josher. Livio at
movie Make a wish What does a chr lk lik il Innes wr bent the other
DINA SCHUBERT -- It was not fun. but I made it! Good is with SS
BM TL SG JS CI. JD SA!! I Love Police work Academy Here I come!!!
German HA HA HA? Three years of it, over good by Mr. Brown!! Thx
2 Mom Dad Nell Chris and Tippy and all Fmds
RICK SCHWARTZ -H Remembering Mom: All for you Thnx Dad,
Deana and Jeff Hello U tab! Woodstock and Mex!-pep: Burt and lili-
coli 4ever Boys no more! PCS reign!!! USA I3 HVY MTL 4f'evr! VEN-
0M! Dina. Love forever. memories ol teenage torture
JIM SDRALES - Always rembr you V.P. as well an Pep Boys, JK,
golo. Trays, Football and MAGIC! Thanx Mom Mr. B Frances Lor-
raine and Laika for growing me up! It took a Ing time but I knew I can
pull it oft MrT your the greatest ever
ARIANA A. SEELEY - I'm Laf'n nvr frgtlBuddy, sal-tl. DL. cage
SWOK, Carousel, VE, DC, prom 84, BF Kris-rice! fun x's WITH. SR Q
JC. '2b. HAUCK in DA! uouree nvr 2 yng stu! SWOK team X WOLF
PACK. waka, waka. waka, thx 4 everything I lov U momdzdad 86 I'm
VICTORIA L. SEYLER - NWS-get "COOL PLACES" W lEric PII
Love you 4-evr Special X wlbst fm: Brandy. Kel. Sue, 8: Risa Luv my
'fl wrestler Bobby Thx Marci, Mama 8: Daddy MSPI, Snoopy Bc Ike
too 01 mat maid 4 three years. but now I'm outa here 4 good
KIM SESSIONS -- Fnly made it. gr! x's wf tns crt bds FUI 81 MD -
Prom 85 blast. PS Cool photo class iv f friends AG Prods U know who
Luv YA RE BF oyrs luv ya Hawaii 84 Aloha Limo Party VH the best
LL UH! I love you Steve! THnx Mom, Mike, Sis 8: PJ
MICHAEL SHAH -- Finally Finished Great x's at. VPH5 Never forget
hot blue jacket, Exterminate the birds!! Good luck to all of my
friends. Aliquando et insanire incamdum est. Thanx to mom and Dad
, and Sis.
KATHY SHAW -- I'm on my way! Grt x's in soph yr huh shae, il
frenz Mtch, Abby, Steph, Laslie - Thx Nvr 4get u "C" Nu Pn no Gn
Soccer F1 HLIAEATO HON! bye-c-ya Luv U mom, dad 8: Janet
Lore Nighr Sruoies
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Joel Amy Dan Michelle Rich
Shields Sidwell Sieberi Silverberg Simmons
Sieven U Lee Jim Barbara Douglas
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from his 'ref poper wirh Bobby Ten Allen foncuy Vemembefs hef A"
Brodsky- oebro II closs ond Mrs, Schneider.
Jennifer Jimmy Leah Lecrnna
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selichange thoughts about their upcom-
SChn9'inQ term paper while Erika Larson is
glad to be out in the sunshine.
AMY SIDWELL - 606084 - U.K. Bt C.H. were Great! ACA - DEC 8: JR STATE
were unlorgetable: Moana, Hetty, Monty, Buckle, Siddy, 8: Sylvie. 4-ever! Love
you M M D! Finally I get to turn In my membership at the VP Country Club -- Misa
YA Sylvl Bye V.P.!!
JIM SIPE - Grt x' with Dwyne Jell Dougie!!!-ball been grentfyo brofsummer 84
greatlthanx HoovslAlwys love you Dad
MICHELLE SILVERBETIG -- Fun X's w!Tawns, KJ, KA, SR, SD, JF. VIC, JT, SUZ,
ice hlox, strawdalr Moms Aft partys, PLARKS FLYN dirt? CC 85, SanDago, LST
BC HW 85, - HANT HOUSE - jst kdn SUZANNE Yur my bst lrnd 4-evr Luv ya
Dad Mom Kris
RICH SIMMONS -- i cant remember nothin we partied AND will continue to: MC
JC DR the MURPH - Alwyas MURPHIN7 JS KI. GB 8: all the others - Baseball
NY Yankees Sl mill soon Nvr 4-gt this '- Lve Ya family
STEVEN SIMON - Its Finally over! Partying with s. j. 9, a, j, Cr r, Rishea, llagers.
Great times with J It DEF HAP BRO. Sean sneaking to V. lree things, nick m'a,
chut VP! Thanks Mum, Dad. Ron 8: Grandma 4 evrything see YA!
JENNIFER SMITH - Never 4 get new Fmz from VP super x's wlShanuon 8
Kristy, thanx! I miss you Lorrie UH my BST FRND 4evr. Thanx 4 support Mom
Dad Betty 8: Tom, Good Luck Chris Q Justin. Bembr Sadiea 85 w!Trac L Chris?
4th Per. goisip?? J'tair:ne M.M.
MICHELLE SMITH - Alwys llem gr8 x'a w!N0l'lM'Y JULES CHRISTI KERI esp
PRINCE concrt B4 rem Norm? Fun x's at JD's hch hse, Lethb's - HA, trps 2 LBch
w!JD 2 C Mrk - rem Jules? THX 4 ALI. THE SPCI. MEMRIES thx Dad Sue H Fam
cIdn't of made it wfo U
JIM SMITH -- Hawaii here we come. Great x's With Jimbo Dean and Group.
Great l's at Rama Raiders game with Kevin 9 Group. Great x' in Blue Room wl
Vince. Love 8: Thanks to Mom 81 Dad '86'
DOUG SMITH - Later VP nevr lorgt great times with friends Dwayne at C Can-
yon llamho jim always forget B Ball Practice Thx Mom Dad Rose-
mary for the green Ez mpport UCSB or bust!!
KERI SNAILUM - C U bye VP! xcrrtry SADD CF thx Ms. W OSC OFF to Mexlluv
bet lrnz Jules Ez Mich always b close, Lar GLII. Chill babe, lag bch days 37-,
lnchtime gals Chris Normie Mich Luv ya! THX Q luv M 8: D Gran Swme God love
AUDIIIS SOLINSKI - Grt party is soph yr. Bat ol luck to Carolyn Kelly Charlie
Tim A Michelle. Nvr 4get Melissa Smith It Partyin w I our Frnz. Luv 2 Chris Q Thx
Mom Q Dad 4 ALL youv'e done. UR the best I love you BANE, always! JORGE
MICHELE R. SPARGO -- gn X WIMAMA - JL - LS. LC. BD, AP Frnd 4evr La
- between you? Lets be serious - OJ - B 8: J - Retarded? Luv U dancer Alwys
Presa - gd luls Lis BB pals thx 'T' Flash Li Moody?? Luv k thx Pops thx JB R P
K 8: D All the D's bet 41st cdnt have made it wfout U Betty
CARRIN T. STABILE -- I Inv U KC always 6 4evr. Nvr 4get frnds Tara Mich Lori
Turbo 2. Thnx Susan 4 the grt X's PS 85 Sept partys Bd Womn Jabbr Ja. Alwya
rembr Michele Thanx family for all of your support. I luv U MOM DAD AND KRIS-
WILLIAM C. STARRET1' - Blood Brthrs JA .IS CH DW Dean JP SB
L0 'PM SM DV BM JR Jake 8: Elwood Bob A Doug Cripple: 67 SAT
morning FtBall ANAHINE Beat strt Brkd n :ull Luv 2 Ma Pa Whts
her name BR KF ST Cl. B Game Days Snccm bound Gum out Funny
KIM STAUDENMAIER f- its finally over! grt x's w lStaci BABA -
slap Irnds 4-ever Hey teri E Nikki Piggl Lives!! Thx Mom 4 all your
support Luv Yo all -- BYE BYE VP!
LARA STEENSLAND -- College or Bust! But hasrft It been FUN???
Will miss Elk fN'YllDdra tSFJ!Jxde ftnhrdllboug foxy funy volt
ThanxM8zD8r.ClzKUROKThank U2GodCUallback East!
Look M 8: D - Petunia almost grown up!
IKRISTIE STEINER -- Best xs vrr Judi B1 I 13 yrs. I Luv u always!
Member Hi Litle any HA! ony.. Pepsi me. iz me ne rI0?? 'rrp our
UK fi swtchkgl SB I luv U Ievr Babes! Nur lget gr!! xo! UR HOT! Yea
CHRIS STEWART - its been Inn VP but -I ,gotta go Thx to Irma esp
SEAL an sn .uma men cr. Mmth ss what A um: 106. mam, sv
8S,YFrdv Ftlxl Golf Team Never forget. I love you Mom Dad Liz Laurie
Blaina Shaunna. THANKS. Bye-bye ,
Lawsuits tl, STEWART ef- do Vlfaliyys mmm the gnu ,rg mr tooo I
hen. stag Jam, pray sie musty. w,fcANnAeE thx ni tranny 4 the
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family I seein me thru Luv U A Bunch! Mom Dad Hz Todd. N -
STEPHENS - nmmmvx my ya Mi., sh., Beckg sm s. vusf -
Fruzfl remember DOIN the time wggpfsoccor 84 was llarll Thanx to,
all 4 grt partyin' yrs! I Inue you Jirn!,E.sp. thank you to Moro and Joel
Gbud ,Luck TIN, Skothr undexolassmenl BYEII N
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pill JK SK JB NVE Met Tstn Game thx Coach: I 81 'I' M4 4 ev:
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fain. On to College After hm's footsteps! 3 '
1I'm eternally yours, flfamaral flfhx, 4 all of thai,
irtxfs. I'l.ove'Yau! Drunillne wax cool 183-SG! Capt. 8586 -4- Honda, -
Ilgtnrceotofo are 2 FAST 4 U. Wanna Race? Thx Mom and Dad! I Z -
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trllia 87? Phan Twan Lives! What Commission? polyester palace!
Whem's Mr Rogers? No ESNS! Var! Track, 3: B Bull 83 Love you V
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MDANATAMAAIIIKI -- Ill alwyfs remha CA VPHS chrnha sngrs. '
'lfhnnlt 4 fun is wlkiwi - TAS, Diibl Dutch USA Mates Neva 4921 '
'Tom embasy pr, Top mvahvm, Az, mv, rw, Hr. MA, NJ. H20 ff
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MY TANG -if-I want to thank Tammy lor making my life more mln-to
'erablel Thanks to Albert for making calculus more bearablel Thank
nic. I lmfyou all. I have a great year! ' N , ,
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and family Best x's urlllloelle Sandra Lara Spence ASB 12 down, I0
togo - then call me DR. T.!! V ' V
THQMIPSON -,Finally over! Graduation! BST We w?'I'raci, f
damn srl .ml 'shams ctauaa and am mam Nur age: U The End,
JW BY at -II' thx Mom, Dad. Jerome, and the Salcidos 4 everything.
only cu Prk Ez pep! Aiuiys amber mum ll rn on nr ox: Peace!
Trsrm moptlfson -- our 1" wine hen. Jett: .muy ngaa,tstmng,,
Howdy Doody. Randy dont tom-,h'mel! Hey, Dog, no more ierkin
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Jll.L THOMSOM - Glad its over! Great x's wjchasl Luv U MEGS! - '
Fmz lever: Marie T. Judi G. Estee S, Claudia A. Traci P. Fun week- Tnnh
ends wfllee Kee 8: Traci P. Thanx guys! All my LUV to Dad, Nellie,
Paula. and Critter! "SB"
CHERYL TOMLINSON -- 6:8 xs w Jam Ann Jur 8a othrs! Nvr Aget '
slthal, buskhl, vlhl. JK! Thx Shelt Tarahilda Flsh Crazy 4 U DR k
Scinsc 14 LV flevrl Rigeti gr8 Bruce Concert -- BLAST! Havasu B4
wfik Water skiing wfbball 'LVT THX MEL DAD MOM E FAM'
MAI T. TBINH - Great years at VPHS FN 8: ecltug miss U all: LD!
Lng Vlflua M 8: LTng Chnle Ta Stk 8x Litl' T lpein dans le soul T 2 he
nice to LT Thnx to all my teachers, lit'le brothers 8: sister Cam un
Mum 8: Dad Chue gladih khevui Luv U all goodbye '
RODNEY TURNER -- good times and partys wlthe guys Jack Na-
than Keven Bah Fish LDC and llichad Bad xs Q the beach to the ani- .
mais Brian an Gordeu BFA and WPSH and to my teddy bear, l still
care fur you - it wasgneat Love U Mom Dnd " ,
um.: umnsnwoon - summer as w an mn: Nicki! 'DEB.'and ' h
Mi-Mr mm 49m randy, many. at any KNOB. smcn H511 84 -P - i , ef
Remhr chris? Alvuyu remhr clf ur!KU. MK. SR. HG. KS,w.lD. DW. KR
s. Ms. Aiwa Luv u non, mm at sane BYE L 1 "
TRJSHA VALENTINE- Gr8 xs ,vvlbnt frnd lmpltlns Rembr MEB n' -' '
GD xs in NE. CS Bat Pals JH DP AS KH Thnxs 2 JM 4 Bng There -
Lv U Track "Bl-'86 Thanx 2 Coaches 4 Laughs. Miss U Bras 4- RG JR
JS DH PD. Luv U MOM DAD BOB n 'MICH BUTTONS Made 'it!!!l' N K
SUSAN VANCE -f BDWGMNIDUDEIPKIHB lsnoua n graduated '
WEENIE from the hill - Luv 8: Thx 2 MDM DAD knock em dead 1
John - Forever luv 2 RANDY: CHEEKS -- Gr8 nm xv! CTS CHRIST!
"Ha mn cum" Ms - guna 'rack 2 MF 4- hum ya' Mtiouv 44' '
Ciondhye 8: LUV To Ya ALL!!! N V' N N N N N .,
PATRICK VAN I-IAEEEN -- l would just like to say thanks to nllxmy 1 ,
friends and Family for air' the great times we had. l Luv you all! '
cnmsrmia veanuu e Tmk 4 gn is wma si Kelli r luv Ya Nvf r ,LM it i
trgt Beach House 84, ivl Kelli Remember Brian? Grt :wat the post wl
,Yvette l Luv ya Meagan Paco Sr. Chico tognthet again Excuse Me -7
Good luck to all niy frenz 1 Luv Ya M Q D ' ' Tammy Lori Rodney
annie nzq Punofwwnimgfweigms wma. G - Ass - n-mw l Tu Tubbs Tl-'mel Underwood
mans wfcfmcsi P Collins Bet:hlMtn inmates: Lam.. Acrrmi i
,MIKE VERT - "INCREDIBLE" NVlt'4-gt running Lancet hoat on 2 N N
"1 Mons snor- an mu. JF nw rr AC FG nv at .mm C. 'Luv' u -, , mf-i.,, .i
FAM ' D
TALIS VITOLS --f Thank your MOM DAD Sc LISA Swimming was fun,
SADD was a Blast. Good times with Sean Mark Q Thang. Love Alf V
ways to Shauna Tina 81 Tara. Remember To Love Life lts All We Gut.
CHERIE VONADA - Thx'4 a chance of a lifetime. lSf20J6 the start
ol a. great horse -7 Nvr Qget Mrs C. Thx. T Kemper 4 all you have
done. On my vuay to make a life training horses. 743 T-Sir Lancelot.
Thx MOM. DAD UL L. Hoskins. V ' '
DAVID VOYEN -- Gund Day. HS was HINCREDIBIJEF! Nvr Met G18
ments - KISSIN THE PIGIKP E his silver sivelCAR WASHIN WICG
- Jamn wlMr Harborooat IHAWAII 84lBlamnge Cun.fJakes Gl
Jerklsz B-DAY partys!! Luv U Fam. Take Care 86 8: GOD BLESS! V
Fredy Lives!! i - - ' 2
STACI WAECHTER - Ltr 86 fnrr -- GYS xi wl ACE, TERlbie,
Nikki -- cel. Smurf pgy. 5 chanie. Nvr dgt Lvs - DS. MP, VP, JG
Erpie 85. GM 84 - i 8: pi -- dt S4 - SADD, phto, yact c -- 85. KU
. 4me? MANOMANOTI Stondiu K. KROQ, 2 many cncrts. Lv 5 Thx M
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KEN WAKAMOTO -- Finally no mere suffering! Alwys remember
rad xs wldave, mike KSLENDERB, gary. jim, 8: Henry! Nvr frgt EK H
'WPC Bros 8: sis'sfZLF lives! Reaper E Fishface 4everlThnxN2 all
other VP Frnzlluv U DAD, MOM 8: Farnilyl All thanx to GOD!! X
MATT wmczrtsm - Had Fun! Nvr Iget times wan. bm friends ,-
Duane, Brent. EL CL - PS 85, Utah 84. TennislC. CLIC. J. L. PJSQ R
Tlranx,!Physiology.lZLFI-Jello Warl!Guod Luck Tu Evetnne! B 8: D 4 W X
the Greatest! l Love You MOM. Thanx 4 everything ,fBYE!l lUii1llUITIiii1i1filiii'iir""
DANA WAKEHAM - lt's Been Real! Gr8 tms WIKTK! HWI 85 ll.ky
V71 Fun tms vvlall the brows KKK, HR. TP, DC, 8: 351 Nur 4Get other
Good friends -- WC. TF. JG, JT 8: CFG'5. Chr 84:86, St -ln's. sprint!
l'm out of here! Luv U MOM DAD Q BRO.
DVLWO Dum While eoiing Their lunch Sieve Bain Sca-
brino Davis ond Andrea Boker discuss
The onswers To 0 CPS-Tesi.
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Activities Highlight Lun h
During lunch, Pete Molinari, Rodney Turner, Mark Fishburn, Steele Kelly, Pat Glenn, Nathan Bugg ond Jett Edwards have o
good time watching the lip-sync show.
Christine Michael Shane Talis Cherie
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David Staci Ken Matt Dana
Voyen Waechter Wakamoto Wakefield Wakeham
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lil QQ Ashby folk about where they will have lunch todov.
PAT WINSTON - party in santa ana tigers on vaseline - Jeie-Rolr
Dave- chris clockwork we owe it all to you tanks MA 8: PA We Luv
Jeff li. Kara- Safari Sams Here we cumezzs Reggae Music: F0reVerg
Bob Marly Lives: Herbal life S GAN'I'A!ll Bow-Wow-HouSe
DAVE WISE - OK. Good Day, Welcome! cYr:liNg Is fUnl i'M Felil-
lNg nmBiViIANT. RINGING GUITARS! I want my hARh0rcoAt! intra-
Gpective music RULES. I wiSh l CouI.d hURry up AnD Find MYSELF?
sO it,gDEs. ThaNrr Z my FRIENDS 8: bo'l'h FamiliES AP
VICKI WITI-IIIOW -1 Fun xs Wlllubhao Jay Tawns Karin Su Kimbo
Mr: 8: my Sis Sam, Nvr 4Get CJ Ramps Beach House, Prom 85 Mar-
riott I6 bDay. Thx Mom '4 all the partys FH days, Thx Dave. Alwys
Luv U Sean nvr 4Get Summer 84 Tnx B Luv Mum 82 Dad '
TARA J. WITT -- I Luv You David - l'II Have Tn Wait HFS At Or-
egon State. 7-1080! Nvr -igt Prom 85-G18 :rs wl CB, AR, LR. CS, JR,
ES. Spring Blk 85-Palm springs-Special Thx 2 CARRINI KC Sr David
4 us 4ever. Thank you JESUS! Love M 5. D, Gramty, lr sis! PIL
TRUDY WOJAHN -- Thx to The I.unch'l'ime Croud-Specially RuSS,
Denise-Good friends-l'll Alwys Be TWOODY! RCC 85 Maples! 85, xs
ofjoy 4 me in Band! its Been a Pleasure to Serve! Alwys Know HE is
There 4 U. Luv I M, D, NAT Er BEEDA, ProV. 3:5-6 ,
JAMIE WOOD - Nvr 46et Gr8 xs WlJiIl, Jen. Kim, Sharie, Elle 81
Lori ES- rmbr JW. GS 8: MD LII Luvs The Class of B6! Luv Kr. Thx 2
MOM.. DAD 8: MATT T '
JENIFEII WYNSEN --1 Thank god l'm out! Alwys remem SOPH YELL.
Sadies 84 Party xs WIKB, MM, EL, -nvr 4Get Alniters wfErilr.a-BB
lever Thx 4 the Lalis Guys GIS memrys wlMarc B4-85 Luv Ya Mom
Dad A Fam. N , T '
MICHAEL WYNSEN - Bmer Neenlll !l02I-lwmbl Good Fruz You 81
Me: AC, MV. TP. DS. CG. EF. CH, JM. LS, AP, KK. DW, RW, MH, 8:
JCXI-I20 gatelliennedy Martha D. 8: Debbie H. 4ever 1 yrs "MAD
LOVER" 'wllhodrea BarB Ash? Film'0r Song? i"Dreaming is Free"j I
Love You Mum G Dad ' '
DAVID YAMASAKI -- GOD RULES! I Cnr. 9:24fVar Wrestling 84-
86198 :rs wf Ken, Mike. Gary, Jim, Henry E Bros From WPC, EK,
DEAN. Sis. Ellen, Pats. Kristen fl ETC Fruxfnvr dget Canyon
Mathces,'H5HFACE 5 I'IevmouslTux GOD. Dad. Mom 81 Sis
'renmmcs was - Gr! xr sfmirhm, wreming, Piiza Party at
Milre's. Fix Cars Sterio Yet Arnie? German half-breeds Rule! Thx
Mom ar nail, mr-cu 'rem Ffmbaiifmmale-aged Moody!! some
srmies. 'Wallis Brother craving, rvrllers Party ,Q .N
JEFF YQUNG - Faly ovr, time 2 move ou, CSM's hernia: l could Be
Wrs. hasketball 86 330 Fu :rs watch vvl Ox Crter Moi 8: Beak. Rmhr
Fla xo TP. Sing, Boas, Ky 8: Hur clhs OK. Thx Mom, Dad, Amy Br Pan
RUBY YIIAN a- we Made lt! Thx 2 All my harming Puls! -SG, AF, LC,
DG. MD. nvr 'lget uummer 85'San Clmnre' NwPt Constructors! Lv
irvrmsv any-'rP1.s - JEEP aim ' armor ' mance ' ska Bum - Bsr
Prod SHANNE- Thx Mom 8:,Dad Ez Fam
JEFF ZABEMBA r- Love,fYa,Lilre Famly Dad Mom Lor Bob Kar Fiji 85
The Best 9 62 ALI.. THE WAY Best Friends Alwys From Soph' 8: Sen-
ior 'Yrs Nevr Lose Dave Or Todd I've Fallen 4 KABA! Luv Her Lots,
JK. RD, JM. KF. KK. Thx Agiu SCYME '
JENNIFER ZELTZEII -- G11 IS W!! all my frnzl Luv Ya CARIA BEA
Thnx 4 Everything! ,Nvr Alger memrys wi RD Meriico Parties Drive-ins
Sadie 85' JC ! Luv Ya Familywk T Hx 4 All Yon've Done 4 Me! Luv Ya
LH ' JP-JF-KHrKE-JC-RD- CB-CL. I'm outa Here! I
CHERI ZIEGLBR --' wGr8 :rs W!5-I. CH. LH, E Rest. BB's All-vys Den 81
JJf6 yrs. Rivr Trips wlleff 8: Den. SnDnce Hut Lego-Sam :rs
urfvirg. Rah' 8: GanG. Lonu-Luv Ya 'Like A Brother. Fmz
Scot 8: Mark. Luv Ya Ron Mom Dad Hz Fam N
TONYA ZUKOW r- Buhbas Alwys Bl F Jackie Ful1'Anywhr
Gr! xs svfliar. Kim. Sum. Ki, Vic. M 8: Chalra'2 Huw Ya
nam ru w ima. vs, cc. neu, ww cnu.s, BH ss, GDD 84
HC 85 DB nvr het CS I..uv'U Mum Rr. RY Thx Karen Dad U Il
nrenesrg YEA TI' '
RENEE M. WALENCEWICZ -- JV cheer Swim. 'Ifhx Tina
Honee 4 Everything I my Bs! Emd: nvr dget the beach w!Pat-
ty: and Speedo! Gr! xs wlMam-rhr "Back Of The Book" mo-
ments. IILFS. PY'9l7-on yur own 8. refrdbens. Nvr 4Get Ya!
MGJMN Gd xo w!Kathy. LC. MH, JM, MW. Luv ya MOM!
JOHN WARREN -- Thx 2 Mom H Dad Hr 2 Miss Ellie, Aluzys
Rembr CK 8: MICH Gr. NORM. Rad times at the river. Thx 2 '
Rocky. Great times at summit '83 '84 '85. Alwys remember
Mike Talip. Thx to Marc Gr Wife. Thx to the TOAD.
DAVID WATTON -- I had the bat 3 yrrhere! It ws Fn' To f
iileprt the weather to Mary R, Sherry S. Tina R. Kristie S.
Mark H. Slephclnyf C. Linda H. Becky M. Miss P. Mrs Grey
Mr. Haskins Mr SK. roach och MRT 8: rnny -mre Sis Up Dave
A. Thx lo Mum in Dad
KARL WEISSENMAYER -- lls purly lime-Prom of 86 NV Bose-
ballj summer of B5 Des! lriends RN BBfFun xs 'al DISNEY
PARTYSJDISNEYLAND 85 .Br 86fThrJnx Mom. Dad Kr Knlhj All
My Love 2 FJ Q YC
ROBIN WEISSMAN - Thanks Luv-U-Lois Mom Hr Dad'Good
Luck Roz 'Thanx 2 all 4 many SPECTAL rnems exp MC 8: LK'
Vr Yell NEVER 4gel mammolh '641 lsraelf camp Frenz gr8 x
prom 84185 1861! 4 oi July '85 ln NEWPORT 2 Fav Guys Kev
Kr Simn -- Here we Go!! -- SC 4 ME!!
KARIN WIUJAMSON - Gel The 'Oulu Here! Findlly 66l Sum-
mer 84 ls! Luv DAZ Crew. Besl Buddy LYDlA Luv Ya, GD
Luctrl Bertha, Nelly Sound Syslem was S.F. Luv Ya Vol
Becca Sr Mel 2 yrs 2 go DAVE. Thx Mom, Dad, 81 Fam. START
SUSAN WlLLOUGl-IBV - Nvr Age! all lhe lun xsl Bs! lmz KVM-
MNY, Sn Onlre 85, Clo Alh Jlys, Knls, 2 mny memrs?l Nunc- '
Sn Onlre 84, lmpr, clls, 2 mch Fnl Trac-Gr! xs wfb lrnz Bs!
Mng's, Tnnls, Jana-no wy Cline. Fair, Bch- Jeezl Luv 2 U
Dad. Mom, Jn, Ji Br Gch S
CANDACE WILSON - Finally mCld9 ill Ihdhk YOU God PSL.
46, l luv You Mom Thx 4 evaryihingl JM Cr MC Scph Cheer
84, Prom 85, AWS Council 86. Gd xs wf LG, WP, MS, NN, TA, MN Nw
4Gei Gr8 Fun wf Diana! DM 86. Thx 2 Mom, Dad E Cynlhla, BYE VP!
Renee John Krisien JeffreY
Wcrlencewicz Warren Warren WCISSefmUn
Shawn E. Barnes
Roberl L. Branch
Dorell S. Cclrpenler
Mark S. Coe
Gclry D. Eschenbrenner
Thomas O. Gorham
Evelyn L. Haber
Roberl F. Haines
Patricia M. Hikidcl
Mallhew S. Kudrcr
Kenneth W. Kuidl
Greg J. Marlin
Robin Wendie David
Weissman Weslon Williams
Candace David Vickie
Wilson Wise Wilhrow
page by Lydia Dunn
Annual slaff members Dave Wise, Ken Wakamoio, Mike Powers, Jurae Ross, Susan
Vance, Jeff Zaremba, Keri Snailum, Lydia Dunn, Hefiy Hosfeenge and Brenan Ger-
man snow Their pairiofism on Spirif Day.
Tara Trudy Jamie Jenifer
Wiff Wojahn Wood Wynsen
Terrance Jeffrey Ruby Jeff
Yee Young Yuan Zaremba
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lime massive amounls of
sleep deprivalion before lei papers,
and cramming for exams. Compelilion
classes and on college enlrance exams
was evidenl in many sludenls' conversa-
UVPHS nas a lradilion of academic ex-
cellence," said assislanl principal Mr. Joe
Quarlucci. HVPHS academics will conlin-
ue To grow and produce fine sludenlsf'
Dr. Sieve Eberl discusses an experimenl wiln
Every summer my husband and l would pack our beautiful
Vice President William Steiner
Clerk Russell Barrios
Member Joe Cherry
Member Sandy Englonder
Member Ruth Evans
124 Faculty and Academics
Board of Education welcomed a new member
Mrs. Sandy Englander who replaced Mr. Milton
Jenson onthe board. Dr. Kenneth Brummel contin-
ued in his second year as Superintendent of schools
for the Orange Unified School District.
by Mrs. Betty Fisher
wooden canoe on top of our little motor home and head
north to the small Canadian seaport of Port l-lard y, where we
took the inland passage ferry to Prince Rupert. The road
inland follows the Skeena l?iver so closely you can stop right
by the water and watch bald eagles Hshing.
We always dro ye miles up a dirt road to the most beautiful
spot in the world, Lake Kitwancool, a remote wilderness lake
perfect for canoeing. There were always loons, bears, os-
preys, and a variety ot wildlife to photograph.
l made a tape recording of loon calls which l playin the
winter to recall the tranquillity and peacefulness of this lake.
Member Eleanore Pleines
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page by Anita Epler, Jurae Ross and Dave Wise
School Board photos by Albert 81 James
Principal Richard Kir-
wan siops To have a
chai with Scoti John-
son, and Jason Wilker-
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r Wfmfwif, ,b rg mgjli iiio figjjl Mr. Richard Kirwan came To VPHS afier a
,"fLr l if ' A i-.srrijiilf A i slay ai Orange High School. Mr. Thomas Yim
l'iQUii"frri ,. 'ill' f' gl lr -gi ' il in r N became The new assisiani principal of cur-
i M W , Wil , , i riculum. Mr. Joe Quariucci coniinuea his
'N' ' i r siay ai VPHS as assisiani principal. "lT's a
Team effori, and everyihing is running
smooihly" commeniecl Mr. Quariucci.
'U 'mv Adrninisfraiio photos by Norm McGrane
by Darren Testa
Board of EducorionfAdminisrrofion .lr-ue,
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Row: C. Kates, J. Proffitt, J.
Schneider, D. Colville, D. Moody,
J. Iseli, R. Jester, S. Gardiner, L.
Syler, J. Thielman, K. Moore, B.
Morton, A. Folkert, J. Pendleton
oncl R. Gray. Second Row: B. St.
Hilaire, D. Strand, N. Grissinger,
S. Won, M. Blakley, E. Ching, T.
Yim, and G. Bigelow. Third Row:
D. Ochoa, P. Mahoney, D. Kir-
wan, B. Kurek, P. Barrett, and J.
Delvin. Fourth Row: B. Bailey, J.
Ehrlich, T. Haskins, J. Quartucci,
S. Tarabilda, R. Williams, J. Look-
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Thoner, K. Warner, G. Fritz and M.
Hettick. Fifth Row: D. Corradino
J. Muelmester, N. Johnson, S.
Garrahy, D. White, D. Brunt, B.
Sakaue, N. Crossman and K.
Wahl. Sixth Row: B. Cameron, J.
Brown, B. Campbell, V. De Falco
D. Lawrence, R. Schanatelt, S.
Ebert, S. Laughinghouse, C.
Hays, R. Murphy, J. Dennen, C.
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vinced me of ifs sTrange, uncivilized
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assaulT all reason and sfyles ThaT make Them
human Than They are.
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survive each day wiTh as liTTle advancemenT and growTh
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day They sfand around for 35 minuTes and place food on
The ground for Gods called "Sea Gulls" To feed upon.
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Lasi summerl Took 4 of my siudenfs on a Two week Tour
of norThern France 84 Belgium. We were pari of
33 srudenrs 8: 5 Teachers from Orange
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Faculty 6 Academics
The VPHS IVlaTh DeparTmenT is an area of school
which almosT every sTudenT is familiar wiTh, since
mosT colleges require proficiency aT of leasf The Al-
gebra ll level for admission. Classes aT VPHS range
from elemenTary classes designed To fulfill gradu-
aTion requiremenfs, such as Basic Survey, Through
classes for college-bound sTudenTs, such as algebra
and geomeTry and an AP class for universiTy credif.
VPHS's maTh deparTmenT consisTenTly scores high-
ly in The sTaTe's assessmenf program, and The CAP
TesT. The deparfmenf also prides ifself on The quan-
TiTy of higher maTh classes available. This year The
deparTmenT had more sTudehTs enrolled in lCIVl and
Calculus Than ever before.
Overall, VPHS's maTh deparTmenT is regarded as
The besf in The disTricT. As Mr. Jim Proffiii would say,
"Doncha jusT . . . love iT'?"
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The PyThagoreah Theoreom.
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ence Teachers Took Time To explain
complicaTed scieniific concepTs Theories
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mar ThaT is designed and regulaTea by our
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my Teaching career aT The
f q ,her's College of Chindra AlTa in 4967,
Allfais a small Town on The sourhern
ofQQl?eru, where a Hver Hows year
from ouf of The Andean peaks some
aisTanT. The climafe is dry. ln facT
Tliegwracama Deserf has The dryesT climaTe
in' world, receiving even less rainfall
Thanflfhe African Sahara. Buf The humidiTy is
rerrjlarkably high despife The lack of rainfall.
During The Peruvian win Ter, which lasTs from
May To Ocfober, The sun rarely peneTraTes
The heavy cloud cover. The dreary damp,
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winTer days greaTly affeaT The spirirs of The
Mesrizo populaTion. People rarely seem To
smile unTil The summer sun Hnolly breaks
Through in lare Ocroben S
My sfudenfs naTurally spoke only Spanish
and so,my Teaching assignmenf was dou-
bly difHculT since I had Hrsr To sfudy my les-
sons in English before Translafing Them over'
info Spanish. Forfunalely, much chernisTry is
inTernaTional in The sense ThaT The same
Terms and concepTs are used in all lan-
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Ms. Blakley goes over winier concern'
by Mary Esler Blakley
On The bulleTin board in my English
classroom hangs a large posTer of. in
my opinion, The mosT beauTiful scene
in The world. lcan sTill see iT, smell iT,
Touch iT and feel iT because l was
There. lT is THE CASTLE - "Neuesch-
wansTein, " one of several casTles
builT as a living monumenf To Ludwig
ll of Bavaria.
Five weeks of cycling and walking
wiTh liTTle TransporTaTion in beTween.
This summer was unequivocally The
besT in my life. lhave never felT such
peace. wonder, and exciTemenT as
when T9 of us rio sTudenTs and 3
faculTyj mounTed our bikes and be-
gan anoTher day of riding Through
Bavarian and AusTrian splendor.
Being on bikes heighTened my sen-
sual percepfion and awareness,
which increased my appreciaTion of
The surrounding greenery, The
peace of hisTory and uniqueness en-
guliing each ciTy or village. There
was Time for each experience To
eTch iTself firmly in my memory, andl
can sTill easily recall noT only The seT-
Ting buT The feeling ThaT accompa-
nied each scene,
The people lmeT were warm and
friendly, genuinely inTeresTed and
proud ThaT a gang of Americans
cared so much abouT Their liTTle vil-
lage. lT was a summer! will never for-
geT and one ThaT will only grow
sweeTer as The years pass.
lvlusf you be a skilled rider To em-
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My Trip To Washingion D. C. and The
surrounding areas broughT momen Ts of l
joy, wonder, and pride. One evenT will
never leave me as long as llive. iT was
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To The naTional capiTol. The main evenT
for The FourTh of July was The Hre works
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announcemenl' was made ThaT The
fireworks would begin as soon as The
Beach Boys arrived from Philadelphia
- and we waiTed and waiTed. Finally
They arrived and The fire works sTarTed.
ldidn 'T wanT To be a "snob, " buT They
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young and old, friendly people all
doing exaclly Wahl we came for. . .
lloved if so much, someday l hope
Boat sfyle by ai-!
, Praciical Arts proved rape most
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Mr. Locker uses a rou'rer To roui our a piece of wood.
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By MIS. Kdfen MOOTG
Carmel is beauTiful This Time of year. My husband andl
have enjoyed The SepTember leaves begining To change
color - very differenT from SouThern California.
YesTerday we walked around The Town and shopped.
Lafer Today we are going To Take The 17 Mile Drive.
We loved boTh Carmel and Monferey, The slghTse-elng
and The fresh air.
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Nathan Bugg asks secrefary, Ms. Huddleston quesTions
concerning his job applicafion.
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R.O.P.f Work Experience lil' I
The Special Education Department consisted of lQC
Ms. Pendleton, Mr. Hays, Mr. Schanafelt, Ms. Fos-
ter, Ms. Runnion, Mr. Bastin, and Mrs. Castricone.
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Mr. Schanatelt - Special
Ms. Pendleton - Resource
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Day Class, Resource Specialist Program, Hearing lm-
paired Program, Adaptive Physical Education Pro- '
gram, Psychological Services Program and Speech
and Language Program.
Special Education services provided an opportu-
nity to develop academic, intellectual, vocational,
and self-help skills that coincide with students' indi-
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Ms. Pendleton and Mr. Schanafeli sir on
The sTeps and discuss life.
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Germany firing Vmylabicycle Through 4,000 miles of
beaufiful scenery, Towns and villages.
Living and riding daily wifh 49 high school sTudenTs,
Mr. Brown and his family has been an experience.
Learning To work as a group has been an accomplish-
We have seen so many sighfs. Germany's beaufiful
Black Foresf has charming villages where people sTill
follow many of The old ways of life. The Bavanian Alps
were a challenge rising To 5,000 feef. While Traversing
The alps during a rainsform wearing a poncho ThaT was
weffer on The inside Than The oufside, my dream quick-
ly Turned info a wef cold nighfmare. During These mo-
menfs The favorife saying was, "Are we having fun
yeT?" The answer was always, Yesl.
Having fun is somefhing Thar our group does very
well. EVEN more fun is refelling The evenfs af The end of
a long hard day. Comparing bruises, cufs, glorifying
crashing and sharing The ofher dreams each of us has.
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Mr. Hays heips Rob Davidson wiTh a maTh problem.
Front Row: Bette Eagles, Barbara St. Hilaire, Zo Alm0nd
Back Row: Darlene Smith, Paddy McKhann, Betty Burnett, Marshd PCIrriSh
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1 Nora Kashik
by Ken Wakarnoto
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Secretarial and Food Service
No high school could ever run smoothly
. Lett: Asst. Manager Joan Gerome
Right: Asst. Luanne Voirol
without its secretaries and cafeteria workers.
These dedicated people answer phones,
type letters, handle transcripts, and serve
halt-starved students a hot meal. Through all
of the work they receive little or no credit from
On good days, the secretaries might re-
ceive only one irate phone call from a parent,
ora cafeteria worker may only have to deal
with one famished, abusive student.
In spite of all the l'tIack" these people take,
they seem to love their jobs. VPHS thanks
L?flf Asst. Alise Chen them for their eftort for trying to make this
Right: Mgr. Susie Horton
school run smoothly.
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FronT Row: Bill Chamberlain, Mark Smilh, Frank Ruiz, Glenn Garrell
Back Row: Head Cusiodian Arl Liberge, and Marco Reyes
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Top LefT: Robin Gray
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E Above: Linda Har-
2 baugh Aide To Mr.
5 LefT: Devon Blasier,
Aide To The handi-
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Cleaning up, helping Teachers,
and busTinQ sTudenT populaiion,
VPHS's cusTodians, aides, and
bouncers have played a viTaI parT.
Our cusTodians, who are Taken for
granTed, accomplished The impossi-
ble Through Their diIigenT work. The
sTudenTs and Teachers who worked
wiTh The aides realize The difference
These dedicaTed people make.
Many years of Training and exper-
ience are needed for These helpers
To evenTually enTer Teacherhood.
The Two women who paTroI The
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Finally, summerfime was here again. The flrsT day of The weekend down aT
my friend's Ne wporf Beach house was greafl The nighf arrived auickly and we
were ready for "iT" or so we Thoughf.
"Hey you guys, parfy aT 35Th Bayside, " yelled a voice from The boardwalk.
We followed him unfil we saw The raging bash. l?oberT, Craig, and l eagerly
wenT inside. The Time wenT by quickly. Sfrangely, The fesflve mood changed
wiTh a knock on The door. The police came in and found all of us on The back
balcony. The officer noTiHed The crowd ThaT all minors would have To go To The
sTaTion. l Threw my wallef wiTh l,D. over The balcony To hide my age. Wrong
move! BuT we all goT caughT and off To The paddy wagons we wenT.
Affer being frisked, signing forms, and oTher Things, we were Thrown in The
cell. An hour and a half passed. iT was now 4:30 and l goT ouT, Took my
belongings and wenT To The oTher room. My dad was There wiTh a slighT grin
which made me feel aT ease.
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IT was 4:00 PM. on a Friday afiernoon, when The limo came down
my sTreeT. Tracy Albrechfs dad had won a weekend of chauffered
limo service and we were going To spend iT in Palm Springs.
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ready for a nighT on The Town. We called our friends Kim Lynn and
Jode Elsberry, who were slaying nearby.
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Hnally wenT back To The condo To "bag a few z's. "
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My summer of "85" was an unforgeTTable one. All my friends wenT on vacaTion To Hawaii, Florida, and mainly ouT of sTaTe
places. My vacaTion was sTricTly spenT aT The beach. My oTher friends who didn'T go like my besT friend Jill Siegel, Leslie
Dierking, Angela Huffman and oTher of my friends sTayed TogeTher. We spenf mosT of The Time aT Ne wporT Beach where
we always ran in To endless amoun Ts of familiar faces. l'll always remember our experiences we shared. lremember when Jill
drove me, Angela, and Leslie To The beach. Finally we arrived aT Ne wporT and were driving down a narrow sTree T. We were
wondering why cars headed Towards us Hlled wiTh hoT men were honking. We all Hgured They were honking because we
were a car load of girls so we honked back. Then lrealized we were on a one-way sTreeT! We all cracked up ThaT we didn 'T
noTice The biker in fronT of us! AnoTher experience was when we all were walking on The boardwalk and This speed demon
on skaTes swished by and almosT ran us over. Luckily, we didn 'T fall and as we Turned To see who Thar man man was we saw
The mosT funniesT Thing. ThaT mad man on skaTes ran in To The couples who were on The double bikes and They To Tally fell flaT
on Their faces! lT was sad buT we couldn 'T help buT laugh. My summer vacafion was a blasT! NexT year l hope will be jusT as
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Every year for The pasT Ten years my family and l have veniured down To Carlsbad
Beach To sTay for 2 or 3 weeks. Mid-July To early Augusi is when we deparT To enjoy The
summer sun and cool ocean breeze. llook forward To my summers down There. The Thing
ThaT inspires me The mosf is The full moon and bubbly Tides. The moon lighTs up The clear
blue sky and The Tides make greaf skim boarding grounds. Rance Randels always comes
down, so iT 's like a TradiTion every year. During her sTay we have a massive fod HghT wiTh
The guys. This year we chose pie for our ommuniTion. We hiT our enemies wiTh sTyle buT
laTer we goT bombarded wiTh eggs, milk, syrup, honey, vinegar, and deTergenT. We had
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My trip to TUuana started off bad and k9DT QGTWVVQ
worse. it was a Friday afternoon when my friend Bfdd
Sheridan and l left for Tyuana with four hundred dollars
between us. We had no problem getting across the bor-
Once we crossed the border, it was like a different
world. We didn 't get but half of a mile away, when we
got mugged. The next thing we did was fetch a taxi
where we met our cool driver Raoul. First he tried to sell us
some marUuana, but of course we didn 't make that pur-
chase. l asked Raoul if he knew where a cool restaurant
was. He took us a place called "THE BiG SOMBl?El?O". Brad
and l found it and went in. About eight o'clock as we
were leaving, a couple of prostitutes tried to encourage
us to go upstairs to meet their "friends " We told them
that we didn't have any money.
Brad decided that we should try to Und a place to
sleep. We looked for about two hours and we could not
find a clean enough motel. So we both decided to go
back into the great land called America. While we were
walking across the border we saw a MOTEL 6 and spent
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We landed in WashingTon, DC. and disembarked The plane info an afmosphere much like a shower.
Everyfhing was sTeamy and sficky due To The heavy rain and inTense heaT. Our Touring group consisfed of
nin Th grade sTuden Ts from Cerro Villa Junior High School, Jill Siegel, Barbara Dunn, and Michele Young, and
myself, roomed TogeTher in our hoTel. The meaning of This Trip was To combine educafion and pleasure while
Touring The naTion's capTiol. iT Turned ouT To be a sleep all day and parTy all nighT Trip.
We saw every monumenf possible in seven very firing and exhausfing days. We rose aT 7:00 AM. and
Toured unTil 5:00 PM. Then we would dine aT a "Hof Shoppe, " consume some "bloody beef, " and hiT The ho-
Tel. The nighfs in The hoTel were wild. Rooms were coed unTil 4 7:00 PM. when iT was "lighTs ouT, " aT This Time.
The parTy would jusf begin. One nighT our room was complefely ToileT-papered from wall-To wall when JILL
puT iT up in flames. l wenT wild Trying To douse The flames while The ofhers muTTered "Wow Man," and
"Dude. " lf was a scene. We also enjoyed causing a ruckus wiTh The guards who guarded The hallways To
make sure we didn'T escape our rooms.
The SmiThsonian was The highlighf of all our Tours. When we arrived here, we dined in a resTauranT, Then we
proceeded To an ele vaTor where we layed do wn on The floor and slepT afTer Jill pulled The "sTop elevaTor"
buTTon. All of The alarms followed and we jusT saT There and laughed while suspended in The ele vaTor. Finally
we arrived on The Hrsf floor where we observed "Uranus" and ofher displays of inTeresT ThaT The museum
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ln July of lasT year, my sisTer Keri andl Took off To Hawaii To visiT
my dad who lives in Waikiki. Of course we begged my dad To renT
one of Those cufe liTTle jeeps for us. Well, we won and To The
airporT we drove To meeT Nicole Genova in our jeep. Early ThaT
evening we aTe pizza aT Chuck E. Cheese. Yes, cameras and all!
We scared off The Three year olds while Keri, Nicole and l danced
To "The Beach Bowzers. " The nexf morning we headed for The
beach To find our jeep had been Towed away. Well, we Took my
dad's car To pick up our car from Royal Towing Service. The
following day came and once again we walked down To The
beach. No jeep! IT had been Towed away again for The second
Time. We picked up The jeep and had a greaf day in The Hawaiian
Sun. As we lefT The beach we realized our keys were missing. We
searched everywhere for Them buf They couldn 'T be found. Earlier
Nicole won a prize from a gum machine and if was a Buddha
necklace. She finally said she had To Throw Buddha away. "Evil
Buddha!" Affer The Buddha was Thrown away, we found The
keys. All because of The Buddha we goT 2 Tickefs, Towed away
Twice, and losT The car keys. Remember, don 'T be like us or like
"Greg Brady," if you find a Buddha, Throw iT!
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Almost a year ago, l was invited to go to the desert with
Martin Ortega and his family. We went up to Calico and stayed
for the weekend. lt took a few hours to get there and after we
arrived we went riding. Martin Ortega, and some other "dude "
that was with us, lost me through some steep hills. Finally, lsaw
them about a hundred yards ahead going up a steep, narrow
trail. l caught up to them, l wasn 't looking ahead because l was
looking at my front tire when suddenly something caught my
attention. Martin Ortega and that "dude" were standing in
front of me with their bikes dumped over the side of them. The
trail stopped and went straight down about 750 feet. They
tried to stop me but l was going too fast. Luckily, l had just
enough time to jump off. Unfortunately, my bike went down
over the hill and it took us 3 hours to drag it out. My bike was
"trashed" and it was all because l was out partying at the
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Last spring my family, my friend SANDRA OSUMI, andl
vacationed in one of our condos in Lake Havasu City.
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knightriderj which was being Hlmed at the London
Bridge in Havasu City. Throughout the Hlming, David
Hasselhoff was staying in our other condo a few doors
away. One sunny day, while Sandra and I were soaking
up the the rays at the pool, we noticed David Hassel-
hoff walking towards the pool area. Sandra and l be-
gan to "freak out" while admiring his nice, tan, muscu-
lar chest. He placed a beach to wel over the pool chair
and started to remove his shorts. Sandra and l found it
necessary to quickly jump in the pool to quench our
giggling. He had on black and white tiger-striped spee-
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ln The pleasanfly warm California winfer of 4983, my family and l wenT insane.
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meef my GrandmoTher.
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walled paTienTly. ln order To keep warm we played in The exhilerafing snow. The while powder felT and looked
glorious againsT The blue sky. IT made my hearT race and my body go numb. Looking up from our snowball fighf, we
saw a small yellow doT moving slowly Through The fluTTerlng snow.
Wifh The excifemenf from The snow, Auslln and l raced each ofher To The abandoned corner where we Tryed To
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Jode Elsberry andl were looking forward
to this exciting trip acorss the boarder for
several weeks. This would be the best
Thanksgiving ever we would spend, Hve hot
days in Mazatlan.
We drove across the border to Tyuana in
the family wagon with the suitcases piled
high on top of the car,
When we arrived at the airport we
hopped on the plane and were in Mazatlan
in a matter of minutes.
The first few days were a blast bargaining
with the intense vendors. The only English
they spoke was "Kmart prices - very
cheap!" We purchased many goods from
silver bracelets to straw bags.
During the long, hot days Cathy Stinch-
field, Heather Elsberry, Jode and l lay on the
hot, white sand and went in the lukewarm,
blue ocean water.
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nachos, and margaritas for lunch. The first
night we went to the most popular bar and
restaurant in town Senor Frogs". The music
was so loud you could not think straight. The
place was raging with people, and some
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The week before Erin Slawson 's birfhday, her mom made The insane decision To leT us, myself Jill Siegel, Barbara Dunn,
Jode Elsberry, Michele Young, and Erin Slawson invade her beach house ln Seal Beach for a week.
We managed To make iT To Seal Beech wiThouT Too many problems, buT upon arrival we had To begin along search for
The house. We sfalked The beach, gear in hand, for whaT seemed like hours, looking like Tourisfs. We Hnally found iT, and
were exTremely impressed wiTh lTs appearance. Erin unlocked The door and in we poured, each of us screaming ThaT
They goT a bed, CliTTle did we know we wouldn 'T be using Them muchj afTer The infense discussion of The sleeping
arrangemenfs we hiT The beach.
As we were lying in The sun, Barbara bolfed sTraighT up off her chair, sTarTled l looked up To see whaT was wrong, and
There before me sTood The mosT incredible flock of men assembled in one area. l Told Barbara To sTop drooling as The resT
of The group saT wide eyed wiTh Their mouThs hanging open.
The resT of The days conTinued along This same line, sun, swim, and sfare - The only way To go. The evenings were com-
plefely a differenf sfory.
The nighfs ThaT sTicks ouT mosT in my mind was July Third, Erin 's birfhday. Affer a rough day on The sand, we decided To
hiT The Town. AfTer making a few fuTile aTTempTs To geT inTo some bars illegally, we dicided To go legal and we would up aT
an ice cream parlour called Grandma's, you know, a family-Type place.
As we en Tered, There were abouT 30-40 people inside enjoying some desserT, we saf down aT an emp Ty Table near The
jukebox. We foolishly decided To crank up some Tunes. l walked over, puT in a auarTer and pressed whaT l Thoughf was
"Rainbow ConnecTion" by Kermil The Frog, when all ofa sudden, much To my dismay, The beginning vocals of Madon-
na's "Like A Virgin" blared from The speakers. All acTion ceased in Grandma's and 30 pairs of eyes Turned and sTared aT
me sfanding alone aT The scene of The crime. lhad pressed The wrong buTTon. We decided To reTurn To The beach house
and as we goT up To leave we noficed we were The only ones lefT in The whole place. lguess Those Seal Beach residenfs
don'T know real Talenf when They hear iT. As we walked ouf of The door, weak applause came from inside, noT for our
singing abilify buT for The facT ThaT we were leaving.
We made iT back To Villa Park, unforTunaTely, buT Then again There 's always Hawaii nexf summer.
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We landed in WashingTon DC. and goT off The plane
inTo an afmosphere much like when you gef ouT of The
shower. EveryThing was sTeamy and sTicky due To The
heavy rain and inTense heaT. Our Touring group consisfed
on nin Th graders from Cerro Villa. lVly crowd included my-
self, Jill Siegel, Barbra Dunn, and Michelle Young.
We saw every monumenf possible in The seven ex-
hausTing days. We would rise early and Tour Till dusk. Then
we would dine aT a hoT shoppe and consume "bloody
beef" and Then hiT The hoTel. The nighTs in The hoTel were
wild. Rooms would be co-ed unTil eleven o'clock when iT
was "lighTs ouT. " AT This Time The parTy would jusT begin.
One nighT our room was complefely ToileT papered from
wall To wall when Jill puf iT up in flames. l wenT wild Trying
To douse The Names while The oThers lusT "vegged ouT"
and muTTered "WOW MAN," and "DUDE"
One nighT we were very bad girls and our friend in
charge, Doug Mann, decided noT To wake us up unTil The
Time To board The bus for a Tour. We boarded The bus in
our grimy clo Thes and slepT all The way To The SmiThsonian
The Smifhsonian was The highlighT of all The Tours. When
we arrived, we aTe, saw a guy fall asleep in The elevaTor
and linally, we arrived on The floor where we observed
Weeks Too soon our Trip was over and iT was Time for us
To head back To old Villa Park. All of us jusT sunk in our seaTs
when we pulled up inTo Cerro Villa and saw all our loved
ones. You jusT don'T know how good you have iT when
you're on vacaTion, unTil you reTurn home. Our Trip will be
in our memories forever.
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On AugusT 72, 4985, my family
Took a one nighT cruise on DFDS, a
modern cruiseship. lT deparTed
from Haryich, England and arrived
in Ejsberh, Denmark. On board
were mosTly BriTishers, including a
group of TwenTy-five Teenagers
from VVesTern England. When
They learnedl was from The UniTed
STaTes They asked me many aues-
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sTereoTyping. He said he had seen
picTures of The New York sub-
AnoTher kid wanTed To know if
we windsurfed. l Told Them we did.
They Told me ThaT They were in
fourTh grade. Afier They saw The
look on my face, They explained
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To one English school year.
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friends on The oTher side of The
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Hi! l'm having a greaT Time here
in Europe. LasT week l wenT To lTaly
wiTh some of my relaTives. IT was
Rome and The VaTican are
beauTlful, especially ST. PeTer's
Basilica. EveryThing inside is huge
and covered wiTh gold. We also
saw The Colosseum. Did you know
ThaT iT was used noT only for glad-
iaTors, buT for ship baTTles also?
The counfryside in Europe is
beauTiful. EveryThlng is green and
The high mounTains have snow,
even in The summer.
AfTer going To The MaTTerhorn in
SwiTzerland, l wenT To Germany
where l am sTaylng wiTh my aunT,
uncle, and cousins in a farmhouse.
They renTed The Third sTory and
consider iT like you would a cabin
in Big Bear. IT has a breaThTaking
view of a small Town in The valley
below and The surrounding foresT.
YesTerday The girl who lives
here TaughT me how To milk a
cow, and Today l jusT goT back
from a Tiring eighT mile hike
Through The Black ForesT. Well, l
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Hi. Well, l'm having a greaT Time in Europe.
l?ighT now we're in Paris, France. lT's really a
beauTiful clTy especially aT nighf when The
whole ciTy is illuminaTed. Today we wenT To The
Eiffel Tower, The Arc de Triomphe, and Nofre
Dame. Nofre Dame was really preTTy wiTh
sfained glass windows. Tomorrow we are going
To The famous palace of Versailles.
The weaTher in France is very comforfable, in
The mid-sevenTies. A couple of days ago we
were in Rome where iT was abouf 95 degrees.
l?ome is a very inTeresTing ciTy wiTh many ruins.
We saw The Colosseum and visiTed The Vafican
CiTy. The Colosseum was acTually very small
compared To The Colosseum we have in LA.
Well, so far we have been in England, Hol-
land, Germany, Ausfria, Swifzerland, lfaly, and
France. Our nexf and lasT sTop afTer Paris is Lon-
don, where The y have unique shopping cenfers
and incredible record sfores. lT's been a greaT
Trip so far buT afTer Travelling so much This lasT
monTh, l'm ready To go home.
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Dear Brian: The Bolshoi BalleT in Moscow was a wild experience. We ar-
rived laTe because our AerofloT flighf from Leningrad was delayed. The
lobby was packed wiTh Russians, rubles in hand, begging for our TickeTs. We
had To push our way Through To The upper level where an usher direcTed us
To The door of our box. We opened The door. The box had abouT forTy seaTs
placed helfer-skelfer . . . no rows, no numbers, and no empfy seaTs. The
door behind us closed, The lighTs dimmed, and l spoTTed an empTy seaf,
nafurally in The middle of The box. l had To climb over abouT Ten bodies To geT
To iT, buT surprisingly no one was offended. Wonder of wonders, l acTually
saw some friendly smiles.
lhad a marvelous view of The righT half of The sTage from my seaT. This was
Une wiTh me because lam noT Too wild abouT ballef. The Prima Ballerina had
a name ThaT l can 'T even pronounce. The name of The ballef was "Giselle "
The sTyle of The TheaTer was delinifely wesfern decadenT, wiTh red plush
velveT seaTs. The orchesTra was professional, buT The seT I There was only
onej was barely adeauaTe The dancers, however, were flawless and re-
ceived numerous ovafions. UnforTunaTely, The TheaTer was Too warm and
sooThing, and while waifing for The dancers To appear on my side of The
sfage, lfell asleep. A loud noise awakened me and l clonked heads wiTh The
man siTTing nexT To me who had also been snoozing. He was apologefic. l
was embarrassed and looked abouT To see who had noficed. l could have
saved myself The Trouble Over half The box was asleep. IT wasn 'T ThaT The
performance was boring, buT TourisT Time in Moscow is limifed, you dare noT
resT for fear you'll miss someThing. lhave To admiT l felT guilTy falling asleep
because of all The people in The lobby begging for Tickefs. Russians have few
ln my nexT leTTer, l'll Tell you abouT my freezing ride on The l?ed BulleT Train
from Moscow To Leningrad. Bye for now.
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AfTer a sevenTeen hour flighT we finally
made iT To China. Here in Peking Things
sure are differenT! AfTer we goT off The
plane, we goT The 'Third degree' from all
The securify guards, buT we made iT
Yesferday we wenT To The Summer Pal-
ace. lT was The mosT gorgeous place l
have ever seen in my life. iT is a huge pal-
ace on a lake ThaT a aueen builT wiTh
money ThaT was supposed To supporT The
navy. China may noT have had a navy,
buT They sure have a beaufiful palace To
be proud of.
AlThough we have only been here a
few days, already one Thing has made an
enormous impression on me, The people.
They all seem so sad. They are only al-
lowed To wear drab cloThes and only a
privileged fe w may drive. Yes Terda y while
we were aT The GreaT Wall, a 75-year old
man Took us inTo his home because we
Well, we 're off To The Forbidden CiTy.
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This pasi year l fraveled fo
England, Germany, Sweden,
and Denmark. The people
were very friendly, especially in
England and Germany. lf was
auife a shock fo acfually see all
fhe hisforical landmarks which l
had read so much aboui in my
hisfory classes. Some of The
monumenfs are so old fhaf if is
almosf unbelie vable. ln Oxford,
England, for example, we
sfayed in buildings which had
been up for Thousands of years.
We also saw fhe London
To wer, Windsor Casfle, fhe
Crown Jewels, and Bucking-
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cal oufings, we saw fhree pro-
fessional soccer games and
played in games againsf local
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Hi! VVell, l'm having a greaT Time
in Europe. l?ighT now we are in Par-
is, France. lT's a really beaufiful
ciTy, especially aT nighT when The
whole ciTy is illuminaTed. Today
we wenT To The Eiffel Tower, The
Arc de Triomphe, and NoTre
Dame. Nofre Dame was really
preTTy, wiTh sTained glass win-
dows, Tomorrow we're going To
The famous palace of Versailles.
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record sTores. lT's been a greaT
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Hi! WhaT's up? l'm feeling greaT! My flighT To Buenos
Aires, ArgenTina was absoluTely fabulous - TwenTy
hours wiTh Two sTops, one in Mexico CiTy and The oTher
in Lima, Peru. lam so glad l'm here. !'ve disco vered ThaT
llove The ciTy. There is so much nighT life, you wouldn 'T
believe iT. Al!! have To do here To geT around is ooToh a
Taxi, Take a bus or walk.
EveryThing is so exTraordinary, l know l will remember
This Trio for The resT of my life. YesTerday we visiTed La
Casa Posada, The presidenT's house, and saw The sol-
diers ohange posiTions aT Twelve o'olook. Life here is so
fasT and The days are so full of Things To do. Believe iT or
noT, we eoT dinner aT abouT 40:00 pm. l All we ever eoT
is sTeak, sTeak and sTeak. !T geTs a biT boring afTer a
while, buT we don'T mind.
Oh, by The way, lasT week my grandparenfs, par-
enTs, and! wenT To Mar del PlaTa for several days. !T's o
beach resorT where everybody goes during The sum-
mer. lT has The blggesT waves and The cuTesT guys.
How is winTer in California? lT is exiremely hoT here.
LaTely iT has been abouT 405' F and humid. One more
Thing, send all of my love To everyone. l can'T waiT To
see you! Please don'T forgeT To wriTe. Adios, P.S, l'm
sTaying an exTra Two weeks!
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Though pride and enrollmenf of sTu-
denTs have been decreasing The pasT
few years, nexT year should be differenf.
For The firsT Time in VPHS hisTory, a LeTTer-
mans Club was formed. "The club will
hopefully be an incenTive for sTudenTs To
geT involved in school acTiviTies and in
sporTs," sTaTed club member Jeff Zar-
emba. Affer joining a sporf, sparfans
spend many hours Training To become
beTTer aThleTes. When asked whaT he
ThoughT makes a good aThIeTe, Jamie
Nelson replied, "IT Takes hard work, dedi-
caTion, and The sfrive To be a winner."
IVluch of an aThleTes Time is spenf 6Th peri-
od pracficing plays, improving skills and
developing Team spirif. Sporfs such as
fooTball, cross counTry, and soccer re-
auire Their aThleTes To pracTice during
summer vacaTion, Taking a greaT deal of
Their free Time. BuT The majoriTy of aTh-
lefes say iT is worTh iT.
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Ryan Hayes, Brian Brown, Jim Anderson, Mark Johnson, Dave Rose, Foruq Jurjis, Pele
Molinari. Second Row: Fred Steiner, Dan Estrada, Todd Lambeth, Brandon Beadle, Les
Ortiz, Brian Maguire, Frank Paulson, Scott Stovall, Terrance Yee. Third row: Louis Mad-
den, Tony lnga, Codch Bob Richards, Cooch Jim Cruishank, Equipment Mgr. Jerry
Smith, Hedd Codch Pat Mahoney, Cooch "Flash" Walker, Codch Mark McMahon,
John Genova, Scott Johnson. Fourth row: Casey Starrett, Scott McCurry, Brian Mo-
rales, Ken Hultgren, Jeff Rodney, Jamie Nelson, Brenan German, Todd Ramos, Randy
Stueber. Fifth row: Chris Murphy, Dave Marsh, Jeff Zaremba, Jeff Randall, Mark Fish-
burn, Bob Brodsky, Sam Oh, Jack Samuels. Sixth row: Tom Kelly, Dave Lawhon, NG-
than Bugg, Rich Gabel, George Gomez, Rob Monteith, Steve Cable. Top row' Pat
Glenn, Mike Cederoth, Steele Kelly, Eric Fromke, Scott Creagan, Rod Turner, Ric Jan- l
all action photos by Norm McGrone
Page by Brenan German. Todd Ramos. and Jeff Zcremba
Brenan German and Rod Turner stop
The Pacifica running back for a loss of
yardage as Tony Inga, Todd Ramos,
and Pat Glenn rush To assist.
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The Katella game Gerry Linsmeier broke Through and blocked a
punt which was recovered in The end zone for a SparTan TD.
The 4985-86 Sparfans had a memorable season, falling
one game short of The CIF playoffs. The Spartans finished
6-A overall and 41-3 in league.
Leading The way for The Spartan offense were Jamie Nel-
son, Dave Rose, Mark Johnson, Steele Kelly, and Pat
Glenn. All five were all-league selections. The offensive
squad also consisTed of Jack Samuels, Nathan Bugg,
Dave Lawhon, Jeff Zaremba, and Two oTher all-league
selections, Rick Jansen, and Scott Cregan.
The defense, although small, played Tough Throughout The
entire season. Led by Dave Rose, Pat Glenn, Tom Kelly,
Todd Ramos Calso an all-league selectionj, and Mark
Johnson, The defense kept The score low in mosf every
game. OTher defensive starters were Brenan German,
Jim Anderson, Gerry Linsmeier, Rod Turner, Steele Kelly,
Brandon Beadle, Jeff Zaremba, Scott Cregan, Dave
Marsh, Rich Gable and Jamie Nelson. CconT.D
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Behind the blocking of Dave Rose, Jamie Nelson, and
Ric Jansen, Mike Cederoth prepares to throw a pomp.
Brandon Beadle, Pat Glenn, and Tom Kelly tackle the
Tustin ball carrier as Jamie Nelson comes to assist.
Page by Brenan German, Todd Ra-
mos, Jeff Z emba Scoreboard
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VPHS SA Valley
VPHS El Modena
VPHS Santa Ana
By Jim Sdrdles
ln the summer of '85 my mom gave me the option
of going to Greece or working 40 hours a week at a
restaurant. Well, of course, l chose Greece and it
was the type of vacation that nobody can forget.
As l arrived in Greece and looked around me, the
country seemed as if it was 50 years behind the U.S.
When l got there, the only thing that was modern
was the plane l came in on.
After a couple of weeks went by of visiting rela-
tives, l went on a cruise to the many different islands
of Greece. That was the best part of my vacation.
The beaches there live up to their reputation for
many reasons. One of them was the very clear wa-
ter and clean sand. The second and most important
was that everyone was naked. When I saw thatl
went crazy. At that very moment l whipped out my
kodak camera and took a bunch of pictures of the
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The highlighf of The season was when The Spartans
faced arch-rival Canyon High School in Canyon's
homecoming game. Alfhough Canyon was favored
To win, The Spartans played an intense game. An ouT-
standing performance was put in by all players as The
Sparfans crushed Canyon 35-'l3. Pat Glenn, who was
replacing an injured Dave Rose, rushed for 256 yards
on '18 carries.
"Everybody worked hard in practice and we came
TogeTher as a Team both before and during The
game. I was proud of everyone because They all
worked hard and iT paid off," sTaTed defensive end
Rod Turner. Coach Pat Mahoney also commented.
"lf The players have learned The imporfance of Team
work and competition, Then The season has been a
Dave Rose eludes a Tackler as Nathan Bugg looks upfield for
someone To block.
The defense. Todd Ramos, Brandon Beadle, Brenan German, Ja-
mie Nelson, Gerry Linsmeier, Scott Creagan, Steele Kelly, Dave
Marsh, Dave Rose, and Mark Johnson, wait for The Canyon of-
fense To line up as Pat Glenn looks To The Sparfan sidelines for sig-
Team capTains, Steele Kelly
and Pat Glenn, Tackle a
Sanfa Ana Sainf as Brenan
German Tries To assisT.
John Armstrong makes a flying jump allowing Doug BYFNGS To V I
PI T aTTempT To retrieve The ball.
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This year's sophomore football Team had a memo-
rable season. IT is always a new and exciting exper-
ience for sophomores To play high school football for
The first Time. "Playing as a sophomore gave me a
good foundation for varsiTy," commented Fred
Coach Russ Murphy, Dennis Moody, and Phil '
Thoner worked The Team hard but made iT enjoyable
for all The players. ul had a fun seasonl" sTaTed Rob
Overall, The season was a success for The sopho- '
mores and The coaches were very pleased. Player
Lance Rabun said, ill was disappointed that I couldn'T ,
finish The season after breaking my arm in The game "
"Doug Byrnes, Rob Davey, Fred Soares, Tom Roth
and Chip Smith were ouTsTanding players for The
4985 Team," commented Coach Russ Murphy. The v-
varsity coaches are excited for This year's Team To
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3 . - I Gonzales, Eddy James, Jeff Peterson, Dave Williamson. Row ll - Daniel Castagna, AIeX
-Tha, if ' Fassora, Doug Byrnes, Rod Carpenter, Eddie Johnson, Don Hall, Darrel Fitch. Row lll - Todd
' ' Nelson, Tom Roth, Fred Soares, Kevin Lusk, Brill Griffith. Row lV - Vince Vqn Meter, Tqdd
Fisher, Rich -Thornburg, Steve Foigelman. Row V - Paul Juhn, Tim McNulty, Brett Brawn.
Alex Angotti, Kyle Lynch, Matt Klein. Row VI - Bob Miller, Steve Renzi, John Armstrong, e,l,W
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VPHS 23 Kaiella 6
VPHS 6 Brea O
VPHS 10 Tustin 7
VPHS 2 SA Valley 0
VPHS 16 Canyon O
VPHS 6 EI Modena 14
VPHS 7 Fooihill 9
VPHS 7 Orange O
VPHS 8 Sonia Ano 20
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VPHS 6 El Dorado VPHS 9 University
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Vorsiry Worer Polo
key to success -re
WiTh hard work and a loT of pracTiCe, This years
waTer polo Team proved The Theory ThaT working is I f ' V
more imporTanT Than having fun. Work-ouTs were, on 1
The average, hard buT They were never The same. . In 5
The waTer polo players could be found aT The svvim-
ming-pool from 2 To 5 every school day.
VPHS Took 2nd place in Cenfury League and wenT ,
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losT only 'l'l. "This year's Team did Things no oTher
VPHS waTer polo Team ever did before," according
To Coach Jeff Ehrlich.
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ball To a deep wing player.
Pep Talk before The game. Coach J. Ehr-
Iich, M. Canlin, J. Carcich, H. Hof-
sleenge, J. Clark, R. Mahony, G. Allen,
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The piloT said we would be landing shorfly. All TwenTy-four of The players
named To The California All-STar waTer polo Team had Their faces pressed
againsf The windows, hoping To caTch an early glimpse of Frankfurf, WesT
While on The bus To Koln, l admired The casfles. ThaT nighf everyone on The
Team wenT To bed early for iT was going To be a busy Ten days. We would
evenTually To on a cruise down The l?hine River and also visiT Belgium. We
even climbed To The Top of a Thousand-fooT high domed cafhedral which
Towered over Koln.
The highlighf of our Trip came on The final nighT. We were eating dinner in a
well-known German resTauranT when, all of a sudden, brighf lighfs flashed in
our eyes. We all looked up simulfaneously and saw Thaf we were being
lllmed for Television. As we raised our glasses, we swayed back and forfh
and Tried To moufh The words To a German Tune we had never heard before.
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hony, Mark Canlin, Peter Nelson,
Andy Deak, Robert Frackelton, Trevor
Kirschner, John Carcich, Kevin Halli-
gan and Sean Roby. Sitting: Hetty Hof-
steenge, Harvey Berman, Randy
Buck, Lance Larson, Craig Murdock,
James Clark, Ken Nowak, and coach
Jeff Ehrlich. Not pictured: Craig Ack-
ley and Geoff Allen.
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James Clark throws the bail To hole-
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Summer vocoTion wos finoily here. IT wos Time for o hoT ond fun summer,
ond where beTTer To spend iT Thon Fiorido. Of course Howoii is beTTer, buT
Florido is fun, Too. Mom ond Dod sow me off oT The oirporT, Mom nogging me
unTiI The plone IefT.
NexT Thing I knew I wos in Oriondo, Fiorido. BeouTifuI, Tropiooi, sunny Florido
wosn'T os beouTifuI os I ThoughT iT would oe. IT roins every doy for opproxi-
moTeIy 2 hours in The ofTernoon. The TemperoTure is obouT Q0-Q5 degrees,
ond iT geTs very humid. The TirsT Three doys I wenT To visiT Mickey oT Disney
World ond The EpcoT CenTer. ThoT wos fun. The nexT few doys I did some
Ioooi TourisTing weoring my I-Iowoiion shirT ond Mickey Iviouse hoT. I wenT To o
huge woTersIide pork ondi wenT river rofTing down o smoII Tropiool sTreom in
inner Tubes. I cIidn'T boTher going To ony beoohes peoouse The woves were,
oT on overoge, o inches.
Before I knew iT, I wos going book To Villo Pork. When I goT home I woke up
To The firsT doy of high sohool, wiTh noThing puT memories ond o bunch of
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More wins than losses
Wat r Polo
This year many 'lOTh graders came out for waterpolo and under The
supervision of Coach Steve Coates, They clawed their way up to 3rd
place in Century League.
Like The varsity players, The sophomore Team worked out every day
for about Three hours, spending Time in The weight-room and aT The
swimming pool. The sophomores had a Total of 'lil wins and only 8 losses.
Leading off game days, The sophomores' wins encouraged The varsi-
Ty To bring home a clean sweep. VPHS managed 6 Times To win all The
water polo games of The day.
ul really enjoyed The water polo Team," stated Lanny Webb. "We al-
ways helped and encouraged each other to do better, making This an
all around season."
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Scott MacKenzie, Darrin Mackel, Jeff Olsen, and Coach Steve Coates. Standing LTO IQ: Brad Kissler, Jeff Granito, Paul Rutf,
Greg Larson, Todd Wells, David Sammons, Rene Jordan, Natalie Thompson, Frank Mandagar, Jerry Aschoft, Justin Burn-
ham and Jason Sulzberger.
Girls VOr'5lfy Cheryl Tomlinson seTs The ball while Shelly King waiTs To spike.
WiTh a well-balanced winfloss record of 7 84 7,
The VPHS girls' VarsiTy Volleyball Team had a season
which was a success of sorTs. T'We had a loT of po-
TenTial, buT noT very much experience," recalled
Team member Tracie Williams when asked To sum f J J
up The season. She conTinued, "We really didn'T
have enough Time. We also had To work really hard
To pull Togeiher because of our lack of experience.
UnforTunaTely, our record really doesn'T show The
kind of TalenT we have."
DespiTe The facT ThaT The Team wasn'T as suc-
cessful as They hoped, The players showed a loT of
enThusiasm. Shelly King said, "Coach McCloflin is '
really fun! Since we felT close To her, we improved 2
our game. The aTTiTude was very imporTanT." -
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VPHS 2 Orange VPHS O g
VPHS O Tuslln VPHS T ll
VPHS 2 Santa A a VPHS S la A a
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Kelly Kutcher, Nicole Genova, Tracie Williams, Shelly King, Cheryl Tomlinson,
Diana Jacobs, Jennifer Flory, Lara Gillell, Tammy Harris, Suzie Barnell.
Shelly King shows agiliTy while Jennifer Flory posiTions herself for a reTurn.
With a record of 8 and 6 This season, The Junior varsity girls'
volleyball Team at VPHS had a successful season. Under The di-
rection of Their coach, Mrs. Sherry Smith, The Team won some
difficult matches against rival schools Orange High Panthers, ""s""'5""" mme
Canyon Comanches, Santa Ana Valley Falcons and Foothill Knights. JV Team member Jennifer Blank sTaTed, "We had
some really Tough Teams To beaT, buT we worked hard and did
iT - and we had fun, Too!"
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By Jeff Randall
Well, my weekend in MammoTh wiTh Kip Ashfon, Brian Maguire, Dave
Lawhon, Jay Allen, Darren Tesla and Craig Hoffsfaller pro ved To be greaT!
Even Though The bus ride seemed To go on and on, iT was OK, since The fun
sTarTed as soon as we boarded The bus. We rolled inTo lViammoTh abouT 2
AM and - which we had all To ourselves excepi for The bus driver.
While skiing The nexT day, l looked up To see Craig screaming down a
Toriuous run wiTh Kip and Dave following close behind. Brian and l decided
To shred up The cornice. AT The boTTom, we iourne yed To l?oger's Ridge a 60 '
verfical run. Dave and l panTed aT The Top while The oThers slashed To The
boTTom. All of a sudden, l heard a Thud and saw Craig limping down The
slope, a look of despair on his face as his skis dangling 20 yds. above him.
Now iT was Time for The Treacherous Chinese Downhill. We lined up on The
slope for The big evenT. Brian peered down The hill To find The besf line as Kip
ana' Dave made suggesTions as To whaT The winner should geT. We were
ready To go. Blaml We Took off.
Darren andl were ouT fronT when a sTeep hill wiTh moguls popped up. l
crashed buT managed To roll ouT of iT wiTh my skis. lmanaged To pull off a fifTh
The weekend was over, buT The Suicide Ski Team will have many more!
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VPHS 'I El Modena 3
VPHS O Foothill 3
VPHS 3 Orange O
VPHS 2 Tustin 3
VPHS 3 Santa Ana 0
VPHS 2 Canyon 3
vPl-is 3 volley 2
VPHS O EI Modena 3
VPHS 'l Foothill 3
VPHS 3 Orange O
VPHS 2 Tustin 3
VPHS 3 Santa Ana 2
VPHS 3 Canyon 0
vPl-is 3 valley 0
JV volleyball: Christy Kenney, Shawn
Silvers, Sheila Till, Julie Mahoney,
Jennifer Blank, manager Kathleen
Naruse, manager Kim Miller, Linette
Dodd, Tracye Thomas, Robin lwasaki
Diana Christiansen, Tiffany Hamilton
Audrey Jensen, and coach, Mrs. Sher-
Girls Cross Courwrry y
Gratto Br aks cord Again.
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Froril Row: Keri Snailum, Carole Ta-
lian, Sharon Hochman, Jane Lim, Den-
ise Talley, Katie Madison. Bock Row:
Valarie Raya, Heather McMaster,
Wendy Greene, Cathy Mack, Col-
leen Preston, Jode Elsberry, ond
Coach Dick Brunt.
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W Tracy Gratto, school record holder for the last three years,
Santiago 50 VPHS 15
Valencia 33 VPHS 26
Canyon 18 VPHS 45
S.A. Valley 20 VPHS 39
.. EI Modena 22 VPHS 35
Orange 36 VPHS 21
Santa Ana 20 VPHS 38
Varsity Cross Country: Susan Round,
Beth Stuart, Tracey Gratto, Jeannette
Miller, Stephanie Lanzone, Mary-
Anne Parashak, Sarah Ouzounian
and Coach Dick Brunt.
It takes weeks of dedication to become a member
. of the girls' cross country program at VPHS. This
year, the team began early by attending a pre-
training camp in Mammoth. The season crept up on
the girls and caught them off guard. Ultimately injur-
ies suftered by returning varsity runners Sarah Ou-
zonian, Debbie Dalmatoff and Susan Round
scarred their record for the rest of the season. The
burden of supporting the varsity sauad lay on sen-
ior, Tracey Gratto's shoulders. Not only did Tracey
carry the varsity team, she broke the school record
for her third consecutive year by running an 48:49
three mile course.
The junior varsity had a progressive year and
placed fourth in the league. Coach Dick Brunt, is
auite enthusiastic about next year when he can
bring up his young junior varisty runners to fill the void
the graduating seniors will leave.
Returning varsity runner Beth Stuart summed up the
season by saying, 'Our team got off to a slow
start, and unfortunately, never recovered."
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AnoTher year has passed and
The VPHS VarsiTy Cross-CounTry
Team accumulaTed even more
vicTories wiTh less recogniTion. The
VarsiTy Team placed second in
CIF afTer conquering The CenTury
League. The VarsiTy also won The
Orange CounTy Championship.
This being The Third consecuTive
vicTory for Them. The CenTury
League vicTory was The fourTh
Jim Sorensen and Spencer
Greene shared The firsT Co-MVP
TiTle in VPHS hisTory. Jim and
Spencer were also named To
The Orange CounTy RegisTer's firsT
all-counTy Team. VarsiTy runner
Bill Meyer was named To The
CIF-prelims were also an easy
vicTory for The TleeT-fooTed Varsi-
Ty SparTans. InviTaTional afTer invi-
TaTional fell inTo The vicTory col-
umn of The varsiTy files.
Adding To Jim Sorensen's sea-
son was his home course record
seT againsT FooThiIl High School.
Jim Sorensen sTrides Towards The Tin-
Varsity - Best Season Ever.
Dave Longyear, Sieve Allred, Bill Meyer, Spencer Greene, Mark Kuli, Sieve Brase,
Jim SOI'eI'1Sen, GHG Aaron HiChmGn.
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LasT summer I had a mosT
unique opporTuniTy ThaT involved
Nye days of my summer. I was in-
viTed To aTTend a once in a life-
Time Trip To YouTh Congress '85,
The Theme was "We Can Make a
Difference. " FifTeen Thousand sTu-
denTs aTTended This eyenf.
YouTh Congress was organized
To assemble and Teach a large
group of ChrisTian high school sTu-
denTs To uniTe, and possibly cre-
aTe a common vision or goal for
The upcoming school year. The vi-
sion was To beTTer equip The born-
again sTudenTs wiTh The gospel so
They could engage in spiriTual
We had a difI7culT Time finding
Time To sleep due To our hecTic
schedule. We aTTended many
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Varsity Cross Country was
JV ond Sophomore
Seasons Prove Successful
The Junior VdrsiTy seoson end-
ed wiTh d CenTury Leogue co-Ti-
Tle wiTh FooThill High School. This
wos Their second consecuTive Ti-
Tle. The junior vorsiTy Teom dlso
ploced firsT in The Ordnge OounTy
chompionships. Jeff lVliller ond
Dennis Spry rdn well in The O.C.
chdmpionships, wiTh Times of
46:56 ond 46:57.
In oThers CThe Dono Hills, Bueno
Pork, ond IVIT. Soc inviToTionols,D
The JV Teom ron To dll firsT pldces
lndividuols who led The JV Teom
were Beck, Brueckmann, Kruse,
Yellowhorse, Wakefield, ond
Becduse mdny of The sopho-
more runners ron on The JV ond
VorsiTy Tedms, They finished The
seoson wiTh d four ond Three
CenTury Leogue record.
VPHS 45 Cdnyon
VPHS ' Volley
VPHS 45 El lVlodeno
VPHS 24 SonTo And
VPHS 20 Oronge
VPHS 25 FooThiIl
VPHS ' TusTin
'won by forfeiT
JV Teom: Coach Dave While, Duane Beehler Sieve Allred Kelly Beck Paul
Wather, Mike Brueckmann, Mark Kuli, Dennis Spry Mall Wakefield Jeff Miller Ru
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ond neck. Mark Paproski sTroins To
keep his leod.
By Dave Voyen
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Sophomore Team: Mark Paproski, Evan
Holmes, Danny Pineda, Andy Moresco,
Jimmy Cummings, Paul Walher, Don Lam-
berl, Kyle Snailum, Dennis Spry, Mark Sum-
mers, John Eberslein, ana Coach Dave
Andy Moresco ana Don Lambert gain on
Their Tusiin opponenrs.
Page by Mary Buxron and Mike Powers
VPHS 22 Canyon 311
VPHS ' Valley '
VPHS 241 EI Modena 341
VPHS 34 Sanla Ana 25
VPHS ' Orange '
VPHS 26 Foolhill 23
VPHS AA Tuslin 17
'won by forfeir
"Grab your rackefs, leT's geT prac-
Tice sTarTed," said Coach Sue Gardi-
ner aT The sTarT of a Typical day ouT
on The Tennis courTs aT VPHS. The girls
Tennis Team usually warmed up wiTh a
few exercises, a shorT jog and Then
several drills. Coach Sue Gardiner
worked wiTh The doubles players and
Coach Craig Hays worked wiTh The
The 4985 season was noT The mosT
successful buT iT was auife enjoyable
for every member of The Team. The
Team had five reTurning seniors: Laurie
Cummings, Grace Kumamolo, Kim
Sakaue, Carrin Stabile and Susan
Vance. Along wiTh The reTurning sen-
iors, There were four firsT year seniors:
Michelle Hare, Yuki lshigura, Tracey
La Pine, and Suzan Willoughby.
The personal record of The 44 var-
siTy singles player Carrin Slabile was a
success. She wenT on To place Third in
league finals and held The posiTion of
alTernaTe To CIF. A player who didn'T
hold a number one posiTion buT kepT
up Team spiriT was Susan Vance who
said, "The 4985 girls Tennis Team had a
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The 4985-86 Girls Tennis Team CL To RJ: FronT row - Shawna McCartney,
Carol Nakamura, Carlene Chiang, Laura Gates, Wendy Sheridan,
Anna Ahn, Yuki lshigura, Jennifer Kesselman. Row ll - Joyce Kuma-
moto, Jennifer Palrick, Susan Tillou, Cathy Slinchfield, Suzan Wil-
loughby, Megan Lee, Tracy LaPine, Grace Kumamolo. Row lll -
Coach Sue Gardiner, Kim Sakaue, Ranae Randals, Susan Vance, Car-
rin Slabile, Laurie Cummings, Michelle Hare, Erin Meyer, Coach Craig
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By SUSGI1 VGDC9
My Trip To Lake Mohave in The summer of '82 was one To
be remembered. My friend Christi King and l spenf eighf
days under The hoT deserT sun geTTing our Copperfone I
The fun sTarTed The minuTe we arrived and confinued Till 1
The momenf we lefT. We mef everybody who was any- .
body aT The resorf where we sfayed. We became regu-
lars aT The local diner and mef a loT of new people. By The
end of The Trip we had memorized The enfire Beach Boys
Endless Summer album since iT was The only Tape we
grabbed while leaving The house.
One nighf, when walking down The pier, we saw a T
bunch of black beefles. Thaf nighf Christi had Terrible i
nighfmares of being afracked by a mob of huge beefles.
Our days were spenf laying in The sun cafching maxi- i
mum rays and wafer skiing. The nighfs were spenf having
loTs of fun. l would like To Tell more, buf 1 hgve fo end if
2 here. We had one 'h- - -' of a Time!
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Concentrating intensely, the +4 doubles team of Dave
Lehman and Brian Johanson prepares to return a shot.
+4 singles player, Paul Archibald, serves a winner against El
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After losing several players from last year's
squad, the boy's tennis team rebuilt into one of
the top teams in Century League. Led by 44 'if
and 2 singles players Paul Archibald and Jeff 1 f f
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both Valley and El lvlodena, and losses to top ,I ,VI , V fs A ' ' "
ranked Foothill and Canyon. The highlight of the 3,32
season, however, was defeating highly ranked
Servite, 'l'l-7, on their home courts. Stated varsity
doubles player Brent Sumrall, "Beating Servite
was probably the biggest win we've had in the
last three years.
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By Erik Fonne
Being from Norway, lsee many differences beTween
life There and life here. MosT of These are in The culiure
and The way of life.
Norwegians show more paTrioTism Than Americans.
Americans are paTrioTic Too, buf They disagree wiTh
Their governmenT more Than Norwegians do.
The way of living is an obvious difference beTween
The Two counfries. Television, for example, is much dif-
ferenT There Than here. In Norway, The TV broadcasTs
from 6 p.m. To l a.m., insread of all 24 hrs. Norwegian
TV also has no commercials because The people voT-
ed againsi Them.
Norway has The Third highesi cosT of living in The world
and producTs There are more expensive Than in The U.S.
llike America, DUT! would raTher live The resT of my life
Brenl Sumrall Paul Archibald
Brueckman Greg Sarkisian
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Rob Denton Mall Wakefield
Thang Bui Joel Kupperslein
Craig Harlman, Erik Fonne
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field prepares for a reiurn.
The 'I986 Boy's Tennis Team
Copy Dave Lehman, Jeff
Copeland, Mall Fairbanks,
Roberl Waldow, Ali Dowlala-
shahi, Brenl Spaulding, Bran-
don Garr, Brian Johanson,
Vilhara Tan, Todd Granl, Mike
New Coach, New Dreams
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VPHS 39 Orange
VPHS 27 SanTa Ana
VPHS 51 El Modena
VPHS 43 FooThill
VPHS ""' S.A. Valley
VPHS 15 Canyon
VPHS 41 TusTin
' " Win by FOr'feiT
Robert Jacques reverses and gefs near fall poinfs
The varsify wresTling Team was noT expecfed To do
well. Many varsiTy leTTermen eiTher quiT, Transferred, or
were injured. Also wiTh The new coach, Mike Morrison,
nofhing much was anTicipaTed. "IT Takes a couple of
years for a program To seTTle in," said Coach Morri-
BuT This Team pulled TogeTher wiTh an overall record
of 3-2-'I and a second place in league behind pow-
erhouse Canyon. In league finals, Villa Park had only
one league champion buf 6 TinalisTs. Sophomore Cur-
tis Cook was The Sparfans league champion aT 408
lbs. Seniors Dave Yamasaki, 422 lbs., Jimmy Soren-
son, 'I35 lbs., and Robert Jacques, 'l57 lbs. placed
second along wiTh juniors Ken Robinson, 444 lbs. and
Frank Paulson, 'IA8 lbs. Ruppert Yellowhorse was The
only Third place winner. Overall 7 grapplers qualified
l'lT was hard To sTay ouT and be moTivaTed," ex-
claimed Robert Jacques. "We had an awesome
sophomore Team when we were sophomores, but
Jim Sorenson rides his Canyon opponenf . most of Them QUIT'
This year The Sparfans did very well considering The
posifion They were in. "Morrison did a good job. Bailey
is a hard acT To follow," sfafed Jim Sorenson.
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Top to Bottom: Jason Willis, David German, Tim McNulty, Darrel Fitch, Tien Bui,
Frank Paulson, Brian Maguire, Marty Strayer, Head Coach Mike Morrison. Seo-
ond Row: Robbie Denton, Frank Gehr, Noel Caslellon, Rene Jordan, Darrin Tes-
ta, Jason Walters, Jett Brodsky, Cash Wilkerson, Jason Salzburger, Asst.
Coach Dan Freund. Third Row: Asst. Coach Paul Baker, Todd Ramos, Dave
Rose, Roberl Jacques, Dan Cara, Erik Larson, Curtis Cook, Scott Johnson, Ken
Robinson. Fourth Row: Mot Maid Carolyn Romero, Mike Semaza, Dave Yama-
saki, Arash Nakahiavani, Tom Mericle, Ruppert Yellowhorse, Jim Sorenson,
Bob Perry, Terrance Yee, Mat Maid Vicki Seyler.
Dave Rose uses a "tight waist" to break his
Dave Yamasaki uses a 'ichicken wing" to
turn his Canyon opponent.
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New Program, New Ideas
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VPHS 35 Orange 41
VPHS Q Santa Ana 44
VPHS 'IQ EI Modena 39
VPHS 25 Foolhill 40
VPHS 3 Canyon 51
VPHS "' S.A. Valley
VPHS 38 TusTin 37
' ' " Win by Forfeif
The J.V. Wresflers had a success-
ful season. The primary reason for
The J.V. losses was caused by a
lack of upper vveighf vvresflers. lVlosT
of These underclass, heavier wres-
Tlers were forced To wresfle aT The
VarsiTy level because of a lack of
Senior Todd Ramos and Junior
Brian Maguire were The leaders of
The J.V.'s. Sophomores Erik Larson,
Rene Jordan, Marly Strayer, and
Jason Willis wresfled well.
"VViTh The guys refurning and The
J.V.'s filling in, nexT year should be
very promising," sTaTed Coach
Mike Semaza pins his Canyon opponenf
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If you know wresTling, you know ThdT Iowo is The wresTling copiTol
of The UniTed SToTes. IT sponsors The ToughesT ond mosT rigorous
wresTling comp onywhere. The Cyclone wresTling comp is run by
Dan Gable, The Olympic cooch.
I.dsT summer I hdd o chonce To dTTend one of The Iowo comps
locdTed in Oregon. The comps ore seT up so ThoT They hove The mdin
comp in Iowo, which consIsTs of 28 ddys. Then There dre smdller
comps, which ore I4 ddys long, seT up ThroughouT The UniTed STdTes.
WiThin Two hours ofTer orriving, I wondered why my broTher ond I
hod Trdveled To onoTher sTdTe To subjecT our bodies To This kind of
physicol dbuse. I orrived oround one o'clock in The dfTernoon. Our
firsT session wds dT Three.
Seldom hdd d wresTling prdcTice been so hdrd dT Villd Pork. NOT
only did we do o loT of hdrd wresTling, buT we did miles of Buddy-
Cdrries ond Beor Crdwls. We olso did hundreds of push-ups ond siT-
ups. Before we wenT To bed, we wenT for o quick 3 mile run. AfTer The
run I woshed up ond my hedd insTonTly hiT my pillow ond I wds dsleep.
The nexT morning I wds dwdkened by d scredming counselor
Telling me To geT reody for onoTher run. By 7:00 I wds joyously running
oround The compus. Then we dTe DTGC1kfOST dnd dT 40:00 we wenT
To d Technique session in which we leorned moves. We conTinuolly
did These moves unTiI They were duTomdTic redcTions. This session
wds over dT 42:00. Then we dTe lunch dnd Then iT wds bock To hdrd
In beTween sessions we hod Time for pillow fighTs, cdlling for pizzo,
woTching T.V. ond pldying pool. BoTh my broTher ond I enjoyed This
comp. One Thing This summer ThdT I dm going To do is ogdin dTTend
lt was a repeat of last year's season, with VPHS winning its last
game of the season.
"I had high expectations for the season, but we lost too many
close games," said Jim Sipe.
The team, as usual, did well in pre-season, by taking consolation
C5thD in the Fullerton tournament and third place in the Canyon tour-
nament, but they were devastated in the tough Century league.
"We as a varsity team, had a disappointing season," said Greg
Burton, "but l had a great time competing against the better play-
ers in the Century league."
The team heaved a sigh of relief when they beat SA. Valley.
They beat Valley by eleven points after losing to them earlier in the
Varsity Coach Popov
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VPHS A5 Santiago 56 VPHS Santa Ana
VPHS 37 Fullerton 02 VPHS Canyon
VPHS oo Sonora 62 VPHS S.A. Valley
VPHS 62 Buena Park L16 VPHS El Modena
VPHS Sierra Vista 50 VPHS Foothill
VPHS or Bolsa Grande 66 VPHS Orange
VPHS bl Canyon 60 VPHS Tustin
VPHS 417 EIModena 73 VPHS Santa Ana
VPHS 54 Foothill 63 VPHS Canyon
VPHS AO Orange A5 VPHS S A. Valley
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Towering above his opponent, Steve Barnett steals the ball.
The 4986 varsity basketball team. Bottom raw: Tom Bray, Brett Tanner, Jim Sipe, Jeff Young, Dan Moffatt. Top raw: Creg
Burton, Steve Carter, Dave Bril, Larry Ford, Steve Barnett, Scott Creagan, Chris Stork, Dwayne Carpenter, Doug Smith.
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Q3 Thurston, Roger Branstine, Jeff Tucker, Rob Frackelton,
2 Steve Waldrip, Pete Nowicki, Kris Cosca.
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Greg Burton drives far the basket, untouched, as a Co-
Mark Block Tries for a fifTeen fooT jump
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keep iT from going ouT-of-bounds.
Sieve Waldrip aTTempTs a bank shoT for Two, as Peie Nowicki and Mark Block
waiT for a possible rebound.
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The Junior varsiTy Team losT Three
close games in overTime during The
second round. All of The games
were losT by five poinTs or less.
"We were very compeTiTive in ev-
ery game," Said Coach Hays.
The Sophomore JV Team did well
wiTh a 6-8 league record and 9-'l'l
The sophomore vorsiTy Team had
The besT record of The four Teams
wiTh a 7-5 overall record.
The sophomore JV Team: Jelf Parker, Troy Johnson, Coach Jeff Behnke, Ron Por-
ler. Daryl Spector. Top row: Ed Johnson, Mall Fairbanks, Graham Lee, Jeff Allen, or Ucfron Dhofos bv Nofmof' MCGWDG
Rob Davidson, Scoll Parsons, Bob Miller. page Dv Bremen Sermon
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VPHS 115 Los Amigos VPHS Sonia Ana
VPHS 51 Troy VPHS Canyon
VPHS A2 Esperanza VPHS S.A. Valley
VPHS 64 Saniiago VPHS EI Modena
VPHS 63 Rancho VPHS Foolhlll
VPHS 61 Pacifica VPHS Orange
VPHS A2 EI Modena VPHS TUSNN
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VPHS 54 Orange VPHS S.A. Valley
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John Walrous, Tom Roth, John Genova, Brenl Morlneson, Rick Cabanes, Chris
Murrow, Chris Marvin, David Ryan. Nor Piciured: Coach Dennis Moody
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Dedicafion, moTivaTlon, and hard
work described The aTTiTude of This
year's VarsiTy Baseball Team. Also
shown in Their aTTiTude was The sTricT
coaching from Mr. Dave Ochoa.
The Team had greaf poTenTial, parT-
ly because of refurning players Craig
Pollard aT firsf base, Sieve Palino aT
shorTsTop, Pal Glenn in lefT field, Mark
Johnson in cenTer, and Jeff Edwards
Also This year There were L1 sopho-
mores on The yarsify sauad, Jerry As-
choff and Kyle Snailum piTching,
Chris Bell in righT field, and Scoll Mulz
aT second base.
The Team played well boTh offen-
sively and defensively. They had a To-
Tal of 25 games: 'ill Cenfury League
and 2 Tournamenfs.
When asked abouT his Team,
Coach Ochoa sTaTed, "EG-BOK," Ev-
eryfhing ls Going To Be Okay!
Dave Roloniz looks carefully aT signs as he
prepares To sTeal second.
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Varsify Baseball: Jerry Aschoff, Jon Carter, Dave Rolonlz, Mark Johnson, Kevin Baies, Rich
Simmons, Sieve Palino, Howard Saldarini, Back Row: John Palino, Kevin Brown, Scoll Mulz,
Craig Pollard, Chris Bell, Chris Murphy, Tom Kelly, Jeff Komma, Pal Glenn, Jeff Edwards,
and Coach Dave Ochoa. D Q we 'V T 'O 'G
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by Mr. Johnson
VPHS EI Modena
VPHS Santa Ana
bv Mr. Norm Johnson
By Mr. Dave Colville
One of my favoriie vacalion frips was jusf
iasf January. My wife Barbara andl wenf To
ihe Fiesfa Bowl in Arizona. Big Red from Ne-
braska mel Big Blue from Michigan.
My wife Barbara is from Nebraska, and her
sisfer-in-law was from Michigan. i was
caughf in fhe midsf of rhe baffle berween
The sisiers as well as 2 rop fared reams.
ll was auife a specfacie, rhe parade, ihe
pre-game ceremonies, massive colors of
blue and red everywhere. Those Nebraskans
are among The wildesr fans lhad ever seen.
Big Red was crushed by Michigan, buf The
Nebraska fans didn 'l lei up. Being from fhe
polar sfaie seemed fo make ihem appreci-
are fhe Arizona sun more and more.
The exciiemenr of a ciry iurned upside-
down by a bowl game was auiie an exper-
ience i won'T ever forgef. if was a greai 3
days, buf darn expensive, jusf fo see my fa-
vorire ieam lose.
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Brad Kissler dTTempTs To gun down a runner. li?
The sophomore Team sTorTed The season Q
off winning Their firsT few games. LaTer in The
year They dropped a few buT played well
againsT opposing Teams.
l'They succeeded by procTicing hard ev-
ery day afTer school and working well wiTh
Their TeammoTes," Coach Mr. Moody said.
Team member Pal Reily replied, 'lWe
worked hard and iT really showed when we 3
played our games." 5
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proved They could ploy as o Team. M-M-M., y
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VPHS A Mission Vieio 9
VPHS A El Modena 6 ,
VPHS A Orange O '
VPHS H TusTin 2
VPHS 6 SanT A 5
VPHS A V ll y 5 'i
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From boTTom To Top: David Carney, Jeff Parker, Adam Rosen, Brell Braun, Tim D ge by D are essay i
Roth, Dan Drake, Ed Johnson, Kevin Lusk, Mark McPherson, Scoll Ferraro, Gram
Lee, George Samia, John Genova, Darren Reddick, Pal Riley, Rich Thornburg, T-"mi
Brad Kissler, Mall Klein, Coach Dennis Moody. i
From boTTom To Top: Sidney Ricks, Dave De Leon, Russel Hanf, Mark McCandIess,
Ryan Hayes, Lance Raybun, Randy Hivner, John Walrous, David Ryan, Iraj Choo-
bak, Tony Inga, Dave Thomas, Tim Keller, Sieve Fleming, Mike Danielson, Jake AI-
varez, Coach Sieve Tarabilda.
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VPHS 3 El Modena 15
VPHS 9 Foofhill 2
VPHS 9 Orange 3
VPHS 2 T T 'I
VPHS 3 Sa la A a 5
VPHS A C y 7
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The JV Baseball Team sTarTed The year well
wiTh a pre-season win over Mission Viejo. They
also played in The FooThiII TournamenT and
placed fiTTh in The consolaTion brackei.
The Team began league wiTh a surprise loss
To El Modena, buT bounced back wiTh a vicTo-
ry over FooThill, led by Sieve Fleming and Dave
The Team conTinued To play well, as They de-
TeaTed Orange 'IO To 3.
According To squad member Irai Choobak,
"WiTh The TalenT ThaT we have and The good
coaching from Coach Tarabilda, we should be
able To Take firsT in CenTury League."
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Girls SVVWTWTMGQ Noelle Cleary Susan Hill
A Team won TogeTher, losT TogeTher, and t
Through Thick and Thin sTuck TogeTher. This saying TiT L
The girls swim Team. FirsT-year coach Kevin Huels- i
man fiT righT inTo The swim program and goT along T
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varsiTy Team had excepTional efforTs from Tina heb
Pianlidosi, Helly Hofsleenge, Noelle Cleary and
Susan Hill. These girls also worked ouT daily wiTh The
boys swimming Team.
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have puT in many hours To perfeci Their parTicuIar l
evenTs," said Coach Kevin Huelsman. T
HGTTV HOfST9eViQ9 Tina Pianiidosi
The varsiTy medley-relay Team worked ouT daily wiTh The boys
swimming Team. T
Girls JV and Varsity teams. L to R: Kaynaz Nikookary, Susan Hill, Noelle Cleary,
Hetty Hofsteenge, Tina Piantidosi, Betsy Drobish, Jill Cassen, Jody Scott, Heather
Jelenski, Christina Lillyman, Robin Brenner, Pam McSherry, Chris Norman, Laura
Sl. Charles, Debbie Dalmatoff, Debbie Kadonada, Simone Lee Chiang, Michelle
Dosick, Beth Willey, Jill Roberts, Coach Kevin Huelsman, Andrea Dornen, Allison
Cutler, Julie Leal and Shawna McCartney.
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While coach Kevin Huelsman and Pam McSherry discuss
the swim event, boys coach Paul Cleary takes The time of
Working hard, Debbie Dalmatoff ends up second in the
400 yard backstroke.
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The 85-86 boys swim Team ex-
pecfed To repeaT lasT year's ac-
complishmenfs and go undefeaf-
ed. Coach Ehrlich sTaTed, "All
The swimmers are expecfed To
perform well. Lance Larson has
his picTure up on The swim board
for every evenT buf one. Greg
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and Aaron Malo are also ex-
pecfed To be sTrong."
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because They are more exper-
ienced swimmers and can keep
up wiTh Them. 'TlT's good if They
can keep up wiTh Them, and They
are fasfer Than mosT of The
boys," sTaTed Frank Mandegar.
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swimming in The pool buf also lifT-
ing weighfs, and on Tuesday and
Thursday doing aerobics. A girl
from SporTs Gallery gave The
W? .. .T
guys an aerobic workouf, primar-
ily for flexibiliTy.
Mark Canlin sTaTed, "lT's hard SCQREBOARD
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VarsiTy Boys Swimming Top lefT To righT: Coach Jeff Ehrlich, Lance Larson, Jerry Ber- vPl-ls 422 SanTa Ana 29
man, Robert Mahony and Kevin Halligan. Randy Buck, Sean Allen, Aaron Malo, K.C.
Nowak, Talis ViToIs, Sean Roby, Trevor Kirschner, Craig Ackley, Andy Deak, Greg -. -
Larson, and Coach Paul Cleary.
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Wir Shawn Samlou, Cooch Paul Cleary, Coach Jeff Ehrlich, David Sammons, Todd
Wells, Justin Burnham ond Lanny Webb.
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Pot ntial "TitIeists"
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Eric Rallison keeps his eye on the ball
as he completes his swing.
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Scott Stovall pitches out of the
Varsity Golf: Jim Simon, Eric Rallison, Tim Gold-
man, Scott Stovall, John Baumann, Steve Barnett,
Chris Stewart, Mike Hornacek.
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start as The season began. They
suffered several losses as they
warmed-up for league play. As The
varsity began league play, howev-
er, They opened with victories. ln
These matches The best scores
were shot by John Baumann and
Scott Stovall. Other league victo-
ries by The varsity included The Tus-
tin match. The team had a good
chance to take Third place in
league and advance To CIF finals.
The junior varsity Team This sea-
son was led by golfers Eric Rallison,
Alex Luem, GDC! Duane Beehlef.
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Tim Goldman chips out of The rough To get on the green.
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VPHS 236 Sunny I-tllls 195
VPHS 224 Garden Gr 215
VPHS 248 Fountal V ll y 198
VPHS 265 Canyo 256
VPHS 261 EID d 268
VPHS 246 EID d 238
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Junior Varsity: David Williamson, Trav-
Brian Burnett, Alex Luem.
VPHS 1 Foolhlll
VPHS 9 Orange
VPHS 4 Tustin
VPHS 6 Santa Ana
VPHS O Canyon
VPHS 10 Valley
VPHS 2 El Modena
VPHS 3 Foothill
VPHS 9 Orange
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Softball Cont nclers
Back Row: Jenny Coo-
per, Suzie Barnett, Kelly
Stephenson, Gina Gon-
zales, Kelly Huntington,
Carolyn Brown, Janna
Ouelette, Coach Dave
Shelton. Front Row:
Deana Kurose, Ann Lath-
rop, Denise Hart,
Meghan Domer, Cheryl
Tomlinson, Jami Korres.
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fy for CIF. i'This year we also have a good chance 'Fld
to take league," stated Deana Kurose. The team A .,, H ,jx
was led by three year varsity letterman Cheryl X .sss
Tomlinson. Other strong people were Suzie Barnett, s"?"""f'i 6" 'iw ' T- fi- 4-285: XZ Q ,.
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and is always a league contender, because of the ' . - . I' -W. Qflff - "Y 1 T 5? ft-5
leadership of head coach Dave Shelton. Softball is l g ,, ' - ,J
one of the sports where VPHS is alwaysa contender "em . f it .f:lj:Q ' . i "" it
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The key To The VPHS sofTball pro-
gram is depTh. The JV consisTed of
'ld TalenTed women who had an
opporTuniTy for a league champion-
ship. Lisa Jensen, Leslie Dierking,
and Sheila Till were The sTrong
poinTs for The JV's.
Mike Farrel reTurned for his sec-
ond year as The head coach of The
They were disappoinTed wiTh The
way They sTarTed The season aT O
and 2, buT They were opTimisTic and
had high hopes for a league cham-
VPHS 8 Foothill 9
VPHS 8 Orange 9
VPHS 'I Tusiln 5
VPHS 'IA Sanfa Ana T3
VPHS 6 Canyon 5
VPHS 23 S A, Valley 7
VPHS 10 El Modeno 16
VPHS 7 Fooihlll 12
VPHS 7 Orang 3
Suzie Barnell and Caroyln Brown anTicipaTe a I
ground ball by a FooThill hiTTer.
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Dierking, Lori DeICourT, Lisa Jensen, Lisa Greenberg, Coach Mike
Farrel. FronT Row: Laura Bernhard, Krista English, Shannon Dennis,
Audrey Jensen, Slacey Olquin, Robin Johnson, Tiffany Hamilton.
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iT To C.l.F. wiTh a compinaTion of reTurning varsiTy
players and sTrong sophomore players who had
previous soccer experience. WiTh These Two ele-
menTs, The girls Team Took second in CenTury
League, aualifying for C.l.F.
IT wasn'T all fun and games, The girls deyoTed a
loT of Time To make This season successful.
l'The pracTices were hard and condiTioning
was a killer, puT iT was worTh iT," sTaTed Junior, Jill
' Even wiTh all The work The girls puT in There were
Those momenTs when noThing would go righT.
l'Somedays we played incredibly well, and so- y,
medays we jusT couldn'T geT iT TogeTher," sTaTed f'
sophomore Nikki Lampe.
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VarsiTy Team: Coach D. Corradino, K.
Shaw, V. Broadway, P. Poinler, T. Ra-
mirez, E. Meyer, T. Grallo, J. Siegel, L.
Sleensland, C. Pointer, A. Rusl, M.
McVey, S. Dennis, L. Hayes, L. Broad-
way, N. Lampe, H. Hunl.
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N. Hagan, T. Townsend, B. Dunn, M. Young, S. Doane, D
Lofaro, H. Ross, K. Hulsteurud, S. Rodreguez, K. Thrasher
G. Picano, B. Stuart
VPHS 4 Lakewood O VPHS 2 Canyon 1
VPHS O Laguna Hllls A VPHS 'I Tustin 2
VPHS 2 Laguna Beach A VPHS O Foothill 5
VPHS 5 Orange Lutheran 4 VPHS 2 EI Modena 2
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GirI's Soccer is
Boys Vorslly ond J.V. Soccer Teom Token ofler soccer season Fronl Ieff To rrghl Ken
Hullgren, Greg Earl, Jeremy Amen Jamie Nelson Kevin Ramsey Ryan Glover Jeff Pe
lerson, Charles Kim, Jeff Levia Jerry Werner Bobby Gallagher Jason Everakes John
Eberslein, Sieve Elmore, Chuc Hoang Mall Wallace Eric Bergman Erik Arnold John
Bloyd, Eddie James, Brian Wilson Bryan Fisher Randy Saucerman Jeff Copeland
Brenl Spalding, Kelly Gilberl, Aaron Hichman Sluarl Brockmeler David Hennessey
Duwayne Marcolesco, Roberl Basic John Lee Kyle Lynch ond James Kim
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Senior Jeff Levia swifTly ouTmaneuvers his opponenT.
By Aaron Hichman
For a 45 year old going To Eng-
land was auiTe an experience.
When lgoT To London an English
chap was waifing To greeT me. lT
seemed like everybody was in a
rush. While driving To Liverpool,
which was abouT 3M hours away
from London, l realized ThaT The
sTeering wheel was on The righT
side and ThaT people were driving
on The "wrong side" of The road.
The firsf English game lsaw was
Oxford vs. lvlanchesiier CiTy. The
crowd was very exciTed. l don 'T
Think anybody in The sfands saT
down. The people were singing
and dancing in The sTreeTs.
As l wafched The play, lnoTiced
iT was more excifing, The pace of
On The boys varsiTy soccer Team,
"No one was The sTar performer,
buT They worked well as a Team,"
sTaTed varsiTy coach Sieve-
Schroder. "We were becoming
sTrong aT The end of The season."
When league ended The varsiTy
came up wiTh 6 wins, A losses and A
The varsiTy Team consisTed of '15
players buT only 7 seniors. The J.V.
consisTed of 30 players coached by
Marcelo Caparollo dribbles The ball up The open field while Jeremy Amen and Jeff
Copeland look on.
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Varsity team: Coach Steve Tarabilda,
Suzi Barnett, Kelly Stephenson, Laura
Koss, Lynette Legaux, Deana Kurose,
Lisa Jensen, Laureen Moore, Cheryl
Tomlinson and Jurae Ross.
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A lot of girls came out for basketball under the A X'
supervision of varsity coach Steve Tarabilda and
JV coach Melissa Firpo. The VPHS JV basketball
team had an exciting season. The JV's ended the
season at 2-42.
The Varsity team ended Century League play at 'NX
9-5 and advanced to CIF. The team was made up
of 'i sophomore, A juniors and 41 seniors, showing a
good future for VPHS Girls Basketball.
"This has been the most rewarding experience in
my coaching career to work with such talented
and fine athletes", Coach Tarabilda commented
about the team. Lisa Jensen stated: 'iThis year has
been 40073 better than last year, due to our team's
attitude, teamwork and coaching."
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Well, we arrived here in New York and if sure is cold. l
miss sunny California, buf l'm hoping for snow.
l'm having fun. We visiied many sighrs such as The
Empire Sfare Building, Rockefeller Cenier, which has a
ice skafing rink, and Radio Cify Music Hall. The only
problem wifh The sighls is my Dad because he doesn'l
sfop. He reminds me of Thai car commercial, lhe one
where They jusf keep driving because fheir car is fo
good lo gel our of. l was jusr carried ouiside in my P.J. 's
al 5:30 am because if was snowing. All day we played
in The snow and wenf sleigh riding. l had a blasf.
li's Chrisimas eve and boy is my family living if up.
Hope They wake up in Time for Sonia Claus. lsure will!
Merry Chrisimas, hope yours is as good mine will be.
Good luck wilh lhe games, win for me,
Junior Varsily Baskeiball Team: Colleen Preslon, Caryl Mar
lian, Karen Farrand, Deanna Hamplon, Danielle Sneed
Erin Woolery, Sandra Lau, Carla Maslen, Alisa Blansell
Dawn Buller and Jeanne Blansell
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Looking for ner Tearnmales, JV player
Tracy Gratto pushes herself Towards The finish line in The mile.
Karen Phelps just brushes The bar as she Tries To clear 4'7" in The high jump dur-
ing The meet against Newport l-larbor.
Despite The Team's re-
cord, The girls on The Track
Team practiced hard and
gave Their besT. The spenf
many hours learning and
practicing Their events. For
duiTe a few of The girls, iT
was Their first year in Track.
"A lot of us came out
for Track who had never
been in iT before. That
made learning The events
difficult but we practiced
hard and had a good Time
doing iT," sTaTed first year
runner, Jill Siegel.
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Ramirez, Jill Siegel, Heather Ross, Abby
Szabo, Karen Phelps, Erin Meyer, Coach
Russ Murphy, Keri Uchytil, Denise Talley,
Dee Dee Hill, Belinda Mendoza, Carolyn
Romero, Trisha Valentine, Susan Round,
Beth Stuart, Carole Talian, and Heather
Brandi Newman concenTraTes inTensely as she waiTs for The
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The pasf spring break lspenf in Mexicali, Mexico. Azusa
Pacific Univerlsfy sponsored a missionary Trip To lviexicali.
3200 people from all over The U.S. came. Sixfeen of us
were given a specillc church. The language barrier be-
Tween us and The children was Tough, buf we all adjusled
The Toughesf parT of The Trip was leaving. The look on
The Mexican children 's eyes as we lefT was priceless. God
really worked Through Thaf week.
My friends ask why l would spend my vacafion wiTh a
- bunch of kids. l don'T really know, puT iT was The mosT
fulnlling week of my life.
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The boys varsiTy Track Team aT
VPHS conTinued a high sTandard.
Year afTer year Their vicTories
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League buT CIF as well. As of April
4986 The varsiTy had won 410
sTraighT dual meeTs.
The 4986 Team conTained sev-
eral ouTsTanding aThleTes. "Jamie
Nelson C4462 in The hisTory of VPHS
in The long and Triple jumpb was
probably The besT aThleTe ouT
There," sTaTed Coach Dick Brunl.
Bill Meyer who ran The one and
Two mile was 463 in The counTy.
Ken Domer held The league re-
cord in The 330 hurdles and Rod-
ney Turner, who Threw The shoT
was 465 in The counTy. WiTh These
aThleTes and The resT of The varsi- V
Ty Team, VPHS had anoTher suc-
VPHS 111 Loara 25
VPHS 106 NewporT Harbor 29
VPHS 83 Valley 53
VPHS 94 El Modena A2
VPHS 87 Canyon 49
VPHS 87V2 Foorhill ABTA
VPHS 98 Orange 38
VPHS 91 SanTa Ana A5
Above RighT: Sieve Brase, Eric Sach and Jerry Kruse Try Their
hardesT in a meeT againsT NewporT l-larbor.
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whorse, Jim Sorensen, Mark Kuli, Scoll Johnson, Dave Lawhon, Brian Maguire, Henry Kim, Steve
Allred, Eric Bergman, Bill Meyer, Pele Malrisciano and Spencer Greene. 2na Row - Joe
Schrank, Hung Luyen, Mall Wallace, Jason Nunez, Jason Everakes, Randy Saucerman, Robin
Barnes, Ken Domer, Norm McGrane, Scoll Balash, Bob Tomlinson, Mike Farrell, Gene Ng, Ken
Hullgren, Jeff Lowe and Paul Graham. 3rcl Row + Duwayne Marcolesco, Brian Bach, Scoll Kell,
Mall Beyl, David Piper, Kelly Beck, Sleve Brase, Eric Sach, Jeff Zaremba, Rodney Turner, Todd
Ramos, Tom Lofaro, Mark Fishburn, Chris Kell, Ken Sandfield, Jamie Nelson, Todd Miller, Blake
Griffilh, Flavia Andrioli, Dan Washington ana David Longyear.
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VPHS has always had a high sTandard in boys Track,
beginning wiTh The Junior VarsiTy and Sophornores.
The auaiiTy of The JV's and Sophornores was evi-
denT. iVlaTT Beyi CJVD, 'IOO and 200, was so ouTsTanding
he received opporTuniTies To run aT The varsiTy ievel.
The JV's and Sophomores were ready To conTinue
The high sTanddrd of VPHS boys Track.
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VPHS 124 Loara
VPHS 94 NewporT Harbor
VPHS 92 Valley
VPHS 84 EI Modena
VPHS 57 Canyon
VPHS 85 FooThiIi
VPHS 92 Orange
VPHS 71 SanTa Ana
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Soph Team: Kyle Lynch, Dwayne Lukowski, Eric Brougham, Paul Madore,
Collin Hartwig, Chip Smith, Ken Cantin, Jay Benge, John Armstrong, Jett
H Walton, Frank Durazo, Kevin Yee, Chuck Ro, Eric Ebell, Tien Bui, Kasey Nel-
fl son, Doug Byrnes, Jeff Peterson, Brian Wilson, Curtis Berkman, Tim McNulty,
1 Derrick Uiicki, Paul Walther, Mark Wiederman, Jason Vandersluis, Mark Pa-
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Frank Durazo focuses on a successful throw.
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You are greatly loved Thank you for the joy
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with so much to give . . .
so much to live.
Mom and Dad
Kathy Kerry and Su '
To Our Wonderful Daughter
To see you happy
laughzng and dancxng
smzlzng and content
strzvzng towards goals o your own
accomplzshmg what you set out to
havzng un wzth yoursel
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and your genuzne happzness
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What an extraordmary person
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years ahead. We.are with you all the way and know the Thank you for being a ttwonderful Sony
future ls very bwght' We Love You Very Much,
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Andrew Todd Cohen
IS for your posztzve ATTITUDE
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Tune may change a lot of thzngs
Havzng you for a son and brother brzngs
Your Lovzng Famzly
Mom Dad Mztchell Stephen and Jeffrey
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Without your charming smile,
Without your humor,
Without your wisdom
And without your special style.
From your very first steps
And with each passing day
Being sensitive and kind
Has been your way.
We know youll do great
ln whatever you do
And we re especially proud
Of our sports expert too!
The many fine qualities
That you possess
We know will lead
To your success.
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We ll always love you
GO GET EM MIKEH'
MOMMY DADDY CINDY
DAVID AND DEBBIE
Your dreams come 'true'
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Memories of your growing
Years are special
To all ofus
We love you very much,
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l A l DEAR NIKKI, DEAR NIKKI,
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y if We have wotched you grow Good luck in College!
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f ful young Iody. You ore begin-
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have been o joy to us. We
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memories. We ore so very
proud of you ond your occom-
plishments throughout your life.
You ore o very tolented, intelli-
gent, ond sensitive young Iody.
We hope you reolize your
dreams ond ombitions and moy
DEAR NIKKI, your future be filled with hoppi-
We've hod good times ond bod ness ond success. Congrotulo-
times, but over oll you've been tions ond good luck in college!
the best sister l could osk for. I love
you o lot. We love you very much,
LOVE, MOM AND DAD
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You've shared each others' laughter
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You've brought happiness and ioy
throughout the years
We wish you both a future filled with
love, opportunity, and happiness
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Mom, Al, Jacqueline,
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cious memories. We are very
proud to be your parents.
The best investment we can
make is in our Children. May the
Lord watch over you while we
are absent one from another.
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a beautiful personable and wise
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you will continue to have that same zest for life in plan- ,
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Norm Johnson - Advisor
Anita Epler - Editor-in-Chief
Theme Editor - Genalyn Talavera
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Fall Sports Editor - Todd Ramos
Student Life Editor - Jurae Ross
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President Reagan and his wife, Nan-
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ACADEMIC DECATHLON TEAM 54
Ackley, Craig 29, 156, 213, 242
Adele, David 82
ADMINISTRATION 124, 125
Adray, MCITC 82
Advani, Lisa 8, 11, 82, 91
Agay, Carol 6, 65, 66, 156
Aguilar, Claudia 156
Aguilera, Michael 182
Ahlborn, Karen 182
Ahn, Anna Namee 61, 182, 224,
Akhavi, Kathy 156
Akiyama, Miho 156
Albert, Ami 156
Albrecht, Tracy 66, 73, 139, 156
Alexander, Karen 82, 105
ALL-STARS 70, 71
Alleman, Rebecca 82, 116
Allen, Geoff 156, 212, 213
Allen, Jami 156
Allen, Jason 156, 230
Allen, Jeffery 182, 234
Allen, Sean 156, 242
Allen, Teri-Lyn 82, 114
Allnulf, Brett 182
Allred, Steven 156, 256
ALMOND, ZO 150
Alvarez, Jacob 134, 182, 239
Amen, Jeremy 42, 182, 248, 249
Anasis, Constance 72, 182
Andersen, Jana 82, 269
Anderson, Jim 5, 82, 206
Anderson, Kelly 73, 156
Anderson, Shellee 156
Anderson, Tracy 182
Andrioli, Chris 182
Andrioli, Flavio 76, 77, 156, 257
ANGOTTI, ALEX 182, 210
Appel, Zalene 156
Archibald, Paul 182, 226, 227
Arias, Dave 156
Armao, Justin 182
Aarmstong, John 182, 210, 259
Arnold, Erik, 60, 157, 248
Arrequin, Brian 182
Arroyo, Kevin 76
ART DEPARTMENT 140, 141
Asar, Amir 182, 215, 76
ASB 30, 31
Aschotf, Jerry 182, 215, 236
Ashby, Cheryl 182
Ashby, Lori 6, 43, 83, 119
Ashton, Kip 20, 22, 157, 171, 206
Ashworth, Dan 157
Augustine, Neil 182
Augustine, Timberly 157
Babbitt, Linda 65, 182
Babcock, Everett 182
Bach, Brian 157, 257
Badger, Jana 157 '
Bailbain, Steve 83,118 f
BAILEY, BRENT 127, 134, 135, 244
Baitx, Nicole 157
Baker, Andrea 83, 118 2
Baker, Cathleen 10, 18, 83, 272
Baker, Debby 136, 157
Baker, Malinda 182
Balash, Scott 157
Balazs, Phillip 182
BAND, DRILL TEAM 81 FLAGS 34, 35,
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Barbarosh, Alison 60, 157, 182
Barbarosh, Andrea72, 147
Barks, Michelle 183
Barnes, Randy 52, 142, 183
Barnes, Robin 83, 138, 257
Barnett, Steve 49, 83, 96, 232, 233,
Barnett, Suzanne 31, 42, 183, 217,
246, 247, 250, 251
Baros, Bernadette 157
BARRETT, PAT 61, 127, 131, 133
BARRIOS, RUSSEL 124
Barron, Richard 157
Bartko, Tracy 83
Bartley, Matt 157
Barton, Rachel 157
Basargekar, Medha 60, 83, 131
BASEBALL 236, 237, 238, 239
Basic, Robert 83, 248
BASKETBALL, BOYS 232, 233, 234,
BASKETBALL, GIRLS 252, 253
Bates, Kevin 157, 236, 237
Batista, Edward 157
Baudino, Paul 158
Baumann, John 83, 244
Baumstark, Cheiri 183
Beadle, Brandon 42, 83, 206, 208,
Beavans, Dave 158
Beck, Kelly 42, 83, 257
Becker, Jeff 183
Beehler, Duane 83, 245
Bell, Christopher 183, 210, 236
Bell, Roger 158
Bellis, Teresa 76, 77, 83, 138
Bender, Eric 183, 184
Benge, Jay 183, 210, 259
Bennett, Grant 183, 214, 215, 243
Bennett, Gregory 183
Bennett, Rebecca 84
Bentley, Karen 84
Berg, Denise 138, 158
Bergman, Eric 66, 158, 248, 257
Bergman, Russell 34, 36, 65, 84
Berman, Harvey 84, 213, 242
Berman, Jerry 42, 183, 215, 243
Bernard, Lisa 158
Bernard, Thomas 183
Bernhard, Laura 35, 183, 247 Y
Beyl, Matt 158, 165, 257, 258'
Bianco, Elizabeth 158
Bien, Jim 84 ,
BIGELOW, GERTRUDE127 I
Biggs, Deanna 183 I Y
Birkmann, Curtis 183, 259
Blaine, C. 65 2 f
Blake, Cassy 66, 183 g
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Blanco, Anne Marie 35, 38, 183
Blank, Jennifer 66, 76, 77,,138,
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Blansett, Jeanne 183, 251
'Blansett, Richard 65, 158
BLASIER, DEVON 151
Bleier, Holli '66, 77, 158
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Bloyd, John 183, 248
Blucker, Gary 84
BLY, LARRY 146 I 3
BOARD OF EDUCATION 124
Bobbitt, Danny rf
Bohn, Mary Beth 183
Bolt, Scott 84
Bolton, Marcy 84
Bonnema, Jon 158
Bortle, Judi 31, 85, 278
Bosko, Dianazoe 85
Boyle, Stephanie 183
Brady, Kim 59, 158
Brand, Allison 158
Branstine, Roger 183, 185, 233
lcolaanes, Fred 42, 60, 07, 107
cabanes. lzlelr 104, 185,234
cable, sieve 187, 206,286
Cadeng,,Joseph 83,71 '
call, Michelle 87 , 1 1
Cdlmese,Cindy 184' f
CAMERON, BOB 127,,3131, 134, 138,
1391 I 1
CAMPBELL, BRUCE 131, 134, 138,
139, 144 -
CAMPING CLUB 73
Canttn, Ken 141, 1784, 259 I
Cdntln, 'Mark 212,'213, 242 44
Cara, DanieI,73,,,184, 229
CCIl'cICh,:,JUI'lnr29, 87, 112, 117,
212.213 y 2
Cdl'Iton,Sherri , J A
Carpenter, Beth 66 y
Carpenter, 'Leah 59,61, 65, 160,
Carpenter, Rodney1184, 21,0 we I
Carter,'Ghrls 60 Q, ,,Ki,t
carler,,Jan 87,f110, 236 Q, I
Carter, sreve 87, 233' A fl A
Cash, rCdrriei184'I' 7 3 3 ,QL
Cassen, JIIIJB, 10, 16,l,,15i,?B5, 87, If
caslagna, ,Daniel 852184, 210
Brase, Steve 42, 52, 53, 81, 85, Castagna, Mike 160,, Q ,y,,4 2, ,N
256, 257 caslagna, Tir'f6"B2,,2QO5, ff
Braun, Brett 65, 238 Castellone, K
Bray, lnomas 233 CASTRICONE, NANCYF1'4'8Q'f149 3
Brenner, Robin 241 Catapang, Simeon,160, iw,
Bril, DClVid85, 233 V Cawley, Suzanne 2, ,frffffff
sroaaway, Linda 163, 246 A -ceclerulrl, lsrlllfe?al2,,206j20r3 eie.
Broadway, Vivian 16, 17, 19, 42, ' Chambers. l.dtisha!184Qjg3 2
51, 53, 05, 246 , A A as J cl-lAMl3Elz,slNgsl5l2s 775
Brockmeier, Stuart 85, 248 ' , Chang, Jack1i84'e 5'
Brodsky, Bob 05, 114, 206 Chase, Janelbs if ,,,l
Brodsky, Jeff 184, 229 Chavira, Monica A605 184 I' "
Brooks, Kathleen 35, 38, 61, 85, Chen, Steve-1814 'f 4. -,
131, 130 CHERRY, JOE 1324 f fe I,
Broussard, Tim 85 Chiang, Carlene 60j,160t,'234,f,N 1
Brown, Brian 42, 61, as, 206 chlang, slrrlorlei43,360,611, 160,'
Brown, Carolyn 85
Brown, Dianne 60, 85
BROWN, JAMIE 60, 127
Brown, Jarrod 85
BRUMMEL, KENNETH 124
Brunt, Dick 127, 128, 131, 138, 139
Bui, Tang 227, 259
BURNETT, BETTY 150
Burton, Greg 81, 86, 233
BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 144, 145
Busse, Mike 87
Butcher, Kari 31, 42, 87, 274
Butcher, Pam 32, 61, 87, 91
Butler, Dawn 55, 251
Buxton, Mary 56, 57, 87, 296
Byrnes, Doug 184, 210, 234, 259
241 1 yy I 2, 3
chlarle, DHIU184 y ' I Q ,
CHING, EVELYN g12?,g131,, 133, 139-
cno, Susan 43, 1602 I
Choi, Roy 185,259 It I I I
choobalr, lrai?'160, ,I Q
Christensen, Diana 66, 71,1 156,
160,216 gig A
Christensen, Ttlsha 185, 1 y 2
Chu, Patricia 43,1160 gr , f I 'di -f
Clark, James 11, 29i,y30,3,1, 55, 721, is
a7,a0,212,213 , ' 3
Clark, Richard 88, V ' ' f 1 f
Clarke, Erin 88 g I 'E
Claypool, Doug 185 E 2 -3
Cleary, Noelle ss, 59, 188,240, 241-
Cleary, Paul 241, 242,'243' I , -3
Clegg, Jeannette I
Clelland, John 160, 166, 168
Sl lil A'
Q 3321. Sd
' f 1' 1-'T"i'lgS,
I Qeooper, Ann I 3
Cloud, Chris , 1
ciua RUS!-l'50, 51 I ' I
Cohen,1AndrevQ, 6,112 123, 24, 42, 55,
66, ao,I81, 88,i112. 265
Cohen, David 20918, 53, 62, 631 70. I
Cohengberek 185 1
,99hen.',,J99i,115, , .1
Coker, Debra 1607 7 A
COLLEGE BGWLVTEAM 55
Colller, Adam 185
CoIIins,,Rebeccalf73, 88 1
COLVILLE.. DAVE' '127, 147
Concarinon, Linda 88 ,
Conti, Jim 88 1
Cool1Q'Curtis 1-85, 229, 231
Coontz, Alex 160' 7
Cooper, Jennifer 88,1296
Coobergilisa 60: A 3
CooplerfStaCy 88 I
Copelapdgleft 160, 226, 227, 248,
N. Y 3 3
cqrpeirzsandriz 39, 185
fC6Tfee,, Mieneiiei 185 '
'CORRAD1NO, DOMINICK 127, 130.
134, 246' 1 , ' I
Cosca,,KrisiQ:pher 160, 233
,iCOIe, Karen 43, 88, 287 ,
Croft, JeftN161 '
Ginn, KriStif1'85, ,
Crawtord, Bob 89 ,
Cre6gcin, si:oi1 185, 196, 206, ,208
209,232,233 , E 'Qi'
11creei,keiiiei161 I g
riffciiass couurnvgeinms 222, 223
"CRQSSMAN,L'NANCY 127 V' f' '1'
JIM 134,j'206- ,,
Cruz, James 185' V
csma gi ff
faggcuqqiyiggiongchiris as 2
jjgieulluriigmike 89ff I'
fiffulp, Jason 186 'Q
Cummings,James 185, 259
Q1.1mfTiilfIg5,,LQlgllWi9 30, 31, 74, 89,
2311 534 A
Ciirtis, 1Marni:10, 89
Cutler, Allison 186, 241
Davis, Sabrina 89, 118
Davis, Tammy 56, 89
Deak, Andy 161, 213, 242
Dean,,Garrett 213, 242
DE FALCO, VINCE 50, 55, 128, 129
De Fiore, Jennifer 73, 89, 272
Dekeyser, Young-Mi 43, 161
i De Ldmdfe, Jackie 161, 61, 89,
De Lamarter, Mini 55, 61, 89, 278
De La Riva, Deanna 186
Del Court, Lori 161, 247
De Leon, David 160, 161, 239
Dellalonga, James 90, 264
Delnero, Teresa 186
De Los Reyes, Mona 161
De Luca, Jeannine 186
De Luca, Monica 158, 161
De Marco, Julianne 56, 57, 63, 71,
90, 276, 296
Demers, Kristen 63, 161, 174
Denham, Jaynetle 201
DENNEN, JACK 127, 142
Dennis, Shannon 186, 247
DENNISEN, BEA 151 I ,
Denton, Robbie 72, 73, 90, 91, 227,
Deutsch, Jett 186
DEVLIN, JAMES 127, 131
Devol, Mary 60, 161
Diamond, Theresa 186 ,-
Dierking, Leslie 161, 177,247
Doane, Shelby 4, 8, 16, 17, 48, 90,
Dodd, Lineire 21, 186, 216
Dodge, Tammy 149, 186
Daeririg, John 86, 90 E
Domeif, ken ao, '161, 257
Dorner, Meghan,10, 33, 74, 90,
154, 246 5 Q'
Dora, Donna 162 E is 7
Dorler, Cheryl 38, 39, 138, 162
Dornen, Andrea 21, 61, 186, 240,
241 ,, . ,
Dosher, Brian 90 " f
DQ5iCk, Michelle 43, 61, 162,241
Dougherty,iShannon 181, 197
Douglas, Robert 162 I
Dowlatshahi, Ali 162, 227'
Drake, Dan 72, 187,238
DRAMA CLUB 73 3,
Drobieh, Betsy 90, 241
Dufault, Mary 773, 187
Dilnn, Barbara 12, 13, 66, 162, 163,
247 1: I
Dirnn,Lydia 51,V55, 56, 57, 64, 65,
66, 72, 91,, 2961i
DQnn, Valerie 55, ,66, 72, 140, 162
Dijrazo. Frank 187, 259
Dainidieri, Debbie 60, 76, 77, 161, , 1Dzina,eLouis 91 1
241 'ifiazjl 1
'DANCELCHOREOGRAPHY 62, 63
J'Daniels, Mark 186
Dqgiqseiri, Mike 73, 161, 239
1 86, 21 0
Davidson, Robert 149, 186, 234
Davis, Erik 186
Davis Gary 186
Davis, Kristen 161
EAGLES, BETTY 150
Earl, Greg 162, 166, 248
Eastman, Pat 162
Ebell, Eric 187, 210, 259
Eberstein, John 187, 199, 248
EBERT, STEVE 72, 127, 136
Edelman, Mike 91, 267
EDGMOND, LINDA 151
EDWARDS, BOB 125
Edwards, Catherine 162
Edwards, Jett 91, 119, 236, 237
Edwards, Vicki 91
EHRLICH, JEFF 29, 134, 212, 213,
El Khoury, Rose 162
ELLIOT, ROBERT 124
Elliot, Scott 91
Elliot, Tonla 61, 162
Ellis, Annette 187
Elmore, Jacques 162, 292
Elmore, Steve 162, 248, 257
Elsberry, Heather 73, 162, 187
Elsberry, Jode 157
Emery, Sue 187
Enders, Heidi 162
ENGLANDER, SANDY 124
English, Krista 187, 247
Enright, Stacy 162
Epler, Anita 54, 56, 57, 84, 91, 130,
Ernst, Robert 42
Espinoza, Vivian 162
Estrada, Dan 162, 206
Etchandy, Tracy 13, 162
Evans, Dawn 187
EVANS, RUTH 124
Everakes, Jason 162, 248, 257
Everakes, Ruth 91
Everling, Donna 66, 162
Ewing, Mitzi 76, 77, 91, 131
FACULTY 8i ACADEMICS 122
Fairbanks, Matt 187, 227, 234
Falgout, Kathy 162
FALL PLAY 64, 65
Faltermeier, Kathleen 187
Fang, Michelle 34, 38, 39, 61, 162
Farr, Amy 187
Farrand, Brent 91, 188
Farrand, Karen 251
FARREL, MIKE 247
Farrell, Glen 91, 163
Farrell, Mike 30, 31, 257
Fasbender, Jackie 163
FASHION FEATURE 40, 41
Fassora, Alex 188, 210
Fauteux, Robbie 163
Fernandez, Jennifer 188
Ferraro, Scott 188, 234, 238
Fieldman, Kim 91
Finamore, Troy 91
FINLAYSON, AL 125
Firestone, Mark 42, 61, 91
Fischer, Nora 188
Fischle, Heidi 38, 39, 188
Fishburn, Mark 71, 119, 163, 206,
FISHER, BETTY 125
Fisher, Bryan 163, 248
Fisher, Mike 188
Fisher, Todd 188, 210
FISHING CLUB 72
Fitch, Darrell 188, 210, 229
Flanagan, Jett 91
Fleming, Steve 160, 163, 167, 172
Flocarri, Jeanna 39, 92
Flores, Kathy 92
Flory, Jennifer 163, 217
Flynn, Erin 92
Foigelman, Jackie 92
Foigelman, Steve 188, 210
Foley, Eric 188
FOLKERT, ANNE 62, 63, 127, 141
Fondry, Colleen 163
Fonne, Erik 92, 227
FOOTBALL 206, 207, 208, 209, 210,
Ford, Larry 92, 233
FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT
Fort, John 92
Fortenbaugh, Brad 163
Foster, Chaslyn 188
FOSTER, CHAZ 247
Foster, Jason 188
Fox, Wendy 30, 92
FRACALOSY, LEO 127, 147
Frackelton, Robert 29, 163, 212,
213, 233, 243
Frank, Deborah 92
Freeman, Mike 92
Freeman, Roger 92
FRENCH CLUB 61
Frick,, Dawn 187
Friedman, Nancy 59, 92
Friend, Jett 65, 66, 72, 92
Fris, Andrea 58, 59, 74, 93
FRITZ, GRACE 127
Froemke, Eric 163, 206
Fry, Stephanie 188
Frye, Chris 48
Gabbe,Julie 55, 61, 93
Gabel, Rich 206
Gallegher, Bobby 42, 163, 227,
Gallegly, Julie 188
Galus, Bill 93
Galus, Jennifer 73, 188
GARDINER, SUE 127, 224
Garr, Brandon 188, 227
GARRAHY, STEVE 127, 128
Gates, Laura 20, 43, 60, 61, 163,
Geary, Shannon 4, 8, 15, 16, 17,
19, 63, 93
Gehr, Frank 93, 229
Geisler, Anne 163
Genova, John 70, 188, 206, 234,
CLOSING-Genova at Q7
Genova, Kammi 188
Genova, Nicole 59, 155, 163, 217
Genoway, Gwenn 163
George, Joni 73, 188
Georgieff, Adam 93
Gerber, Ellen 81, 93, 274
German, Brenan 21, 49, 56, 66, 72,
73, 75, 81, 93, 206, 207, 209
German, David 229
GERMAN CLUB 60
Gibbs, Teena 93, 266
Giessman, Christy 93
Gilbert, Billy 74 , J
Gilberl, Kelly 188, 248 '
Gilbert, Robert 93
Gillett, Lara 55, 80, 81, 94, 217, 273
Gillette, Julie 163
Gilmore, Max 163
Ginsburg, Gayle 6, 164
GIRL DATE sov 74, 75
Gitlin, Dinah 188
Giolmeski, Klas 164, 188
GIass,',Jeff 72, 188
Gleason, Erik 164
Glenn, Pat 14, 16, 72, 75, 94, 119,
206,207, 209, 236
Glover, Ryan 94
Goldberg, Orith 164
Goldman, Tim 60,3164, 244, 245
GOLF 244, 245 f
Gomez, Dina 94, 102
Gomez, George 164, 206
Gonzales, Pedro 189, 210
Gonzalez, Consuelo 164
Gonzalez, Gina 189, 246
Gordon, Kim 164 '
Gorgen, Brian 164, 2:13
Gorharn, Robert 189
Graber, Lisa 56, 73, 94
Graham, Brad 210 ' J
Graham, Paul 164, 257
Graieda, Inez 164
Granito,'Jeff 61,N66, 189, 215' Q' "
Granito, Judi '94 , . 11
Grant, Todd1189,11227 g 1
Gratto, Tracey'28, 43, 53, 60, 94,
119, 246, 254 uu
Gray, Mike 164 'E
Gray, Robin 73, 127, 151
GREASE 66, 67 ' ' "
Green, Matt 66, 76, 77, 164 1
Greenberg, Jill 94 ,K 1
Greenberg, Jodi 21, 189 'Qi 1
Greenberg, Lisa ,189, 247,f K
Greene, Bobby 164' '
Greene, Spencer 95, 257
Greene, Wendy 4, 6, 189
Greenwald, Sheri 163, 164 1 2 fe
Gresham, Tricia 149, 164 , V
Griffith, Blake 95, 102, 164, 257 2
Griffith, Britt 189, 210 , f
Grime, Heather 95 ,1 f 1
GRISSINGER, NANCY 66, 72, 127,- 7
131, 134, 144
Grosse, Dustin 42, 61, 95, 115
Groves, Linn 164
Guberman, Steve 189-
Gubler, Cheryl 33, 51,f52, 66, 81,
95, 111, 277 1
Guenther, Fred 189
Guenther, Tina 95
Gully, Allison 189
Guy, Diana 62, 63, 92, 95, 103, 271
HACKNEY, AL 147
Haddad, Mirna 189
Hagan, Nikki 189, 247
Hagmann, Lori 189
Hagmann, Vicki 164
Hall, Carrie 189
Hall, Don 189, 210
Hall, Mary K 95
Hallahan, Greg 189
Halligan, Kevin 159, 165, 212, 213,
HALL PASS FEATURE 32, 33
Halstenrud, Kristi 189
Hambellon, Scott 189
Hamblin, Cindy 189
Hamilton, Tiffany 165, 216, 247
Hammond, Wendy 165
Hampson, Steve 165
Hampton, Deanna 189, 251
1Han, Setheany 60, 165
Hanf, Russell 165, 239
Hanna, Julie 189
Hansen, Brad 95
Hare, Michelle 42, 43, 53, 95, 224
Harnden, Kristina 62, 63, 66, 77,
95, 99, 139
Harrington, Tonya 189
Harris, Tammy 28, 165, 217
Harrison, Tiffini 165
Hart, Denise 95, 112, 246
Hartman, Craig 189, 227
'l-lartwig, Colin 185,u19U, 259
Hervey, Robert 165, , 1 , r
HASKTNS, TRAVIS' 58,1 127, 131 '
1Hassan, Hadi 1905 1' Y Wull J L
Hassan, 'Nadia 162,165 1 J
Hasty, Jennifer 190 1
Hawkins, David 165
Hayashi, Hideaki 190 K
l-loyes, Gerald 190 1 ,
Hayes, Kevin 165 7
Hayes Lynda 95, 246 ' u J '
Hayes: Ryan 190, 206, 239 3
HAYS, CRAIG1127, 14-B, 149, 224.1
227, 232 ' ' ' ' J
Headlund, Keri 43,95 f
Hebert, Rachel 189 '
Heineken, David 165 Q '
Helmick, David 42, 61, 96 ' 11
Helmick, Robyn 55, 66, 72, 76, 19D-17
Hempling, Karyn 147, 1165 Y, j'
Hemrick, Dana 190 J f
Henia. Josh 43. 55. 96 ,
lflennessey, Chris 190 - '
Hennessey, David 56, 96, 193, 248,
HERBEL KAY 151
Herman, Jackie 190
Hernandez, Sandra 190
Herrell, Christy 52
Herrmann,, Marty 60, 190
Hertel, James 165 ,
HETTICK, MARILYN 127, 137 1
l-lichman, Aaron 165, 248
Hill, DeeDee 165, 254
Hill, Dwayne 190
Hill, Susan 43, 60, 81, 96, 240, 241
Hivner, Randy 165, 239
Ho, Jai 42, 190
Ho, Shanne 34, 38, 39, 60, 72, 190
Hoang, Chuc 248
Hoang, Tuong 81, 96
Hoangson, Dao 61
Hochman, Sharon 20, 154, 166,
Hoey, Jeff 77, 166
Hoffman, Wendy 166
Hofstatter, Craig 154, 166
Hofsteenge, Hetty 56, 89, 96, 212,
213, 240, 241
Holder, Kim 190
Holley, Jason 190
Holmes, Evan 191, 245
Holmes, Valerie 96
Holms, Corey 191
Holte, De De 12, 13, 166
Holzwarth, Jennifer 166
HOMECOMING COURT 16, 17
HOMECOMING DANCE 18, 19
HOMECOMING GAME 14, 15
Hong, Linda 166 ,
Hornacek, Michael 166, 244
Horton, Jennifer 191 L
Horton, Kim 66, 77, 97 L
Hoskins, Christine 97 1 ,
Houston, Chuck 66, 97 -1
Hovanec, John 191' ' J
'xHowelI, Donna 61, 132,166 ' '
'l-lsu, Maylin 61, 191 ,1 1
Hua,Van97 1 J L
Huang,'RlchardN166, 243' , J' A
Huqng,1ied97 ' , L
Hubbard,1Dtonne 166 A
HUDDLESTON, CANDV127, 170'
't-luddleston, Kerry 166,
tiueismm, tcizviu 46, 131, 138, 241 1 1
Huffman, Angela 166 3 1
Hughes, Brien 191 ,
Hughie, David 60, 72, 1661 1
Hutsteurud, K. 247 ' f -
Hultgren, Ken 161, 166, 206, 248,
Hungerford, Mike 259
Hunington, Kelly 166, 246
Hunt, Aimee 97
A . Hunt, t-ieetner 97, 249
Hunt, Tracy 30, 74, 97, 271
' Huntzinger, Michelle 166
Huston, Beverli 191
Hutchison, Bill 166
lkemura, Alan 60, 166, 233
Inga, Anthony 22, 191, 206, 207,
lnga, Catherine 166
Irwin, Windy 166
ISELI, JOY 54, 127, 131
Ishak, Sonia 166 g f
lshiguro,,Erica 191 7 7
lshiguro, Yuki 60, 61, 97, 224
lversen, Bret 51, 66, 77, 166
lwasaki, Robin 166, 216
Jacobs, Diana 66, 167, 216 L
Jacobs, Marc 167 , ,N
Jacobson, Vikki 191 J 1 1
Jacques, Robert 42, 55,'97,l228, J
229 u 6 l
Jaderquist, Shontele 167 7
Jakes, Karen 105 L ,
James, EdwardN'191, 210, 248
James, Melissa 167 A
Jansen, Ric 30,149,96, 97, 206
Janzen, Steve 71 L
Jaquay, Eric ,191,
Javadi, Shabnam 97
Jelenski, Heather 191, 241
Jenkins, Steve 97
Jensen, Audrey 191, 216, 247
Jensen, Lisa 155, 167, 247, 250
JESTER, ROBERTA 61, 127, 132, 133
Johanson, Brian 167, 226, 227 1
Johns, Lance 167, 233
Johnson, Devirgt,9a, ,
Johnson, Edwin 191, 210, 234, 238
Johnson, Jeff143,1 98 L
Johnson, Ken 42, 61, 98 f L, 3
Johnsan,,Mark 98, 206, 209, 236 it
Johnson, Michelle 143, 167 1 A
JOHNSON, NORM 56,127, 131 1
Johnson, Robyn 191, 247 u 1 1 fu
Jenneen, Scott 125, 167, 206, 229,
257 GG11 1
Johnson, ScottM. 167 7 tg ' T A
Johnson, Troy 185, 191, 234 11 fi
Johnston, Mike 198 g
Jolliff, Jett 191 A I 1
Jones, Cherylyn 167 -1 1 7 7
Jordan, Rene 191, 198, 215, 229
Jugan, James 167
Juhn, Paul 191,210
Julian, Guy 60, 167
JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL 154, 155
JUNIOR STATESMEN 55
Juriis, Faruq 167, 206
JV CHEERLEADERS 12, 13
Kaczor, David 167
Kadonada, Debbie 167, 241
Karres, Jami 98, 113
il 25 in
l :i vi.
'e Eric '
. su le
-1 Mutt t
KATES, CHUCK 127, 134, 135
Katsaris, Tiffany 167
Kawanami, Karen 61, 71, 168
Keany, Kathleen 30. 55, 98
Keeler, Jennifer 168
Kell, Chris 168, 257
Kell, Scott 168, 257
Keller, Erik 66, 191
Keller, Tim 168, 239 L L T 1
Kelly, Gina 191
Kelly, Steele 14, 90, 119,l206, 200,
209 , , ,
Kelly,,Thomas 32, 160, 206, 200,
209, 236 L 1
Keough, Lori 99 L it
Kerfool.1Ron 165 4
Kesselman, Jennifer 61, 191, 224
KEYGLUB 42 , , ,
Khorramselat, Persnaz 99, 168
Kinmcharles 60, 199, 107
Kim,'l1eniy 42, 61, 99, 248, 257
Kim, James 192,248 1
Kimes, 'Kiml65, 99' 1
Kindl, Kelly 13, 63, 66, 160
King, christine 02, 99, 113, 282
King, Shelly B, 10, 16, 17, 20, 28, 99,
Kinney, Steve 168
Kirby, Jennifer 38, 39, 65, 99, 138
Kirk, Diane 192
Kirschner, Trevor 18, 31, 168, 212,
213, 242 ,
KIRWAN, DICK 125, 127
Kissler, Brad 192, 215, 238
Klein, Matt 22, 42, 192, 210, 238
Klein, Robin 61, 72, 192
Kline, Eric 192 1
Kline, Scott 168,
Klanowski, Mike,42, 43, 61, 168
Koch, Cheryl 66, 192
lfoigdwacht, Kateh 168
Kornely, Shawn 159,168
fKreici, Chris 192
,Krpata, Sabina 168
-1fTU6geT, Darin 192
Kruse, Jerry 99, 256 1
f3Klgigler,,Ngncy 51, 99 7 , f
Mark 42, 155, 160, 257, 258
Kl,llflfl,cli7rtoto, Grace '61, ,99, 224,
zzse ,e,, , is 0
Kuiffiamoto, Joyce 99, 192, '224,
"T' 6 1 1
fkuiipeisleinwleel 192, 227 ,
SKUREICQBARBARA 39, 127, 129
jlcufose,-neqi1d43, 169, 246, 247.
S250 ' '
liemcheip Keiiiy 919,217
LaBrIe, Lara 192
Ladenes, Shauna 100
Lado, Michele 35, 169
Lamb, Jason 165, 169
Lambert, Donald 192
Lambert, Kimberly 192
Lambeth, Pike 42, 100, 262
Lambeth, Todd 169, 206
Lampe, Nikki 192, 246, 247
Lamson, Joel 192
Landis, Greg 192
Lane, Alela 169
Lanzone, Stephanie 71, 95, 100
Laplne, Tracy 100, 224
Largent, Gordon 100
Largent, Laurie 100
Larsen, Eric 192, 199, 229
Larson, Erika 61, 100, 115
Larson, Greg 192, 215, 242
Larson, Lance 91, 100, 212, 213,
Lathrop, Ann 101, 246
Lathrop, Sherry 192
LATIN CLUB 61
Lalteri, Gregory 192
Lcltteri, Lisamarie 192
Lau, Sandra 61, 193, 251
LAUGHINGHOUSE, SUSAN 60, 127,
Lawhon, Dave 14, 169, 206, 208,
LAWRENCE, DAVE 127, 133, 142,
Leal, Julie 193, 241
, Chen-Chen 169 ,
Lee, Chi-Chuan 101 L '
Lee, Graham 193, 234, 238
Lee, John 101, 248 - 9
Lee, Leonard 193
, Robert 101 ,
Megan 61, 193, 224
Legaux, Lynne 101, 250'
Legg, Cynthia 101
Lehman, David 53, 55, 101, 226,
Lehmuth, Lawrence 193
Leiva, Jeff 42, 60, 81, 101, 248, 249
Leiva, Richard 42, 60, 66, 76, 169
Lelchuk, Ilene 43, '70, 164, 169
Lenning, Bruce 193 '
Lenning, Lora 51, 144, 169
Leo, Genevra 101
Lewis, Eric 169
Lewis, Jason 193
Lewis, Stephen 193 K
Lewis, Whitney 193
Lickl, Comte 193 f
Lielrl, lrel'le'169 A 1
Lillyman, Christina 193,-'241
Lim, Alice 43, 53, 55, 76, 100, 101,
138 A K 1 y
Lim.Jane76,193 7 7 1
Lines, Michelle 101 ' ,
Llnsmeier, Gerry 23, ,27,f30, 55, 101,
106,,207, 20945 f A
LIP SYNC 49 K '
Lofarogbianne 193, 247
Lolaro,'Tom 72, 87,,101,"257
Long, Larisa 101 A '
Longyear, David 169, 257
LOOKER, JERRY 127, 129, 142
Loomer, Tina 193
Lopez, Lisa 169
LORENZ, KEN 132
Lorilz, Steve 102
Loss, Eleanor 66, 72, 103
Lotter, Chantal 169
Louvlaux, Melissa 193
Lowe, Jeff 101, 102, 257
Luem, Alex 42, 102, 245
Luem, Matt 169, 171
Lukowski, Dwayne 193, 198, 259
Lundy, Sunshine 102
Luong, Angie 193
Lusk, Kevin 193, 210, 238
Lustig, Christina 102
Luyen, Hung 169, 257
Luyen, Truc 61, 102
Ly, Kolmilta 60
Lyle, Michael 169
Lynch, Kyle 193, 210, 248, 259
Lynn, Brad 30, 59, 73, 102
Mackel, Darrin 193, 215
MacKenzie, Scot 193, 215, 243
Madden, Louis 102, 206
Madigan, Bridgette 169
Madigan, Shawn 102
Madison, Katherine 169, 254
Madore, Paul 194, 259 -
Magdaleno, Carmen 9 5
Maguire, Brian 157, 169, 174, 206,
MAHONEY, PAT 127, 137
Mahony, Julie 194, 216
Mahony, Robert 169, 212, 213, 242
Maizel, Stephanie 66, 194' i
Makowski, Julie 169 ,-
Malo, Aaron 42, 194, 215, 242 ,
Mandegar, Frank 194, 215, 2435
Manning, Sandra 194, 247 -
Manson, Missy 76, 170 I
Marcolesco, Duwayne 102, 137,
248, 257, 264
Marcus, David 194
Maresh, Thomas 194
Marin, Victor 194 f
Markey, Chris 170
Marquez, Paul 194
Marsden, Julie 5, 42, 79, 102
Marsh, Shawna 61, 194
Martian, Caryl 194, 251
Martinez, David 102
Martinez, Melissa 102
Martinez, Michelle 194
Maruoka, Kara 10, 11, 19, 56, 91,
Marvin, Chris 194, 234
Maschner, Shannon 194
Mason, Jerry 194
Massey, Webb 103
Maslen, Carla 194, 251
Mater, Gina 42, 43, 156, 165, 170,
MATH DEPARTMENT 134, 135
Matheny, Sherrie 170
Mather, Stephanie 170
Matheson, Philip 194
Matlock, Ron 103
Matriciano, Pete 72, 144, 170, 257
Matsumoto, June 43, 103
Matsuoka, Deron 194, 215, 243
McCammon, Tom 37, 195
McCandIess, Mark 71, 166, 170.
McCartney, Shawna 194, 224, 241
McCarty, Brent 194
McCharIes, Laura 241
McCurry, Scott 105, 206
McDonald, Jerome 194
McElroy, Jeff 194
McFadden, Greg 194, 243
McGinnis, Mark 105
McGrane, Norm 56, 170, 257
Mclntyre, Lara 35, 170
McKay, Cynthia 34, 35, 38. 170
MC KHANN, PADDY 150
McLaren, David 106
McLean, Paige 61, 195
MC MAHON, MARK 206
McMasters, Heather 60, 66, 76, 77,
138, 195, 254
McNees, Jacquelyn 106
McNulty, Timothy 42, 195,i210, 229,
McPherson, Mark 5, 6, 42, 234, 238
McSherry, Pam 60, 765170, 241
McVey, Mindy 170, 246
Mei, Rodney 170
Mellody, Julle Ann'73
Mendoza, Belinda 195, 254
Mercado, Yvette 103
Mericle, Richard 103
Mericle, Thomas 195, 229
Mesaros, Catherine 170
Metcalf, Casanthra 35, 56, 170
Metsovas, Steve 171
MEULMESTER, JOHN 127, 147, 247
Meyer, Chris 171
Michael, Kelly 103
Militello, Gina 195
Milks, Kim 195
Miller Heather 66, 195
Miller Jeanette 43, 104
Miller Jeff 42, 104
Miller, Jennifer 171
Miller Kimberly 71, 171
Miller Rebecca 43
Miller Robert 48
Samantha 19, 63, 171
Todd 104 110 257
Minger, Julie 104, 195
Minton, Denise 104
Mirtle, Debie 195, 196
Mitchell, Donye 48
Mitchell, Mary 104
Miyawaki, Joanne 63, 104
Mizyed, Simon 171
Moffat, Dan 72, 104, 233
Moffat, Dennis 104
Mohler, David 195
Mohrhoff, Karen 171
Molinari, Felicia 66, 71, 72, 195
Molinari, Pete 14, 55, 72, 73, 104,
Monroe, Bob 171
Monroe, Darryl 195, 214, 215
Monsees, Mark 105
Monteer, Brian 105
Monteith, Robert 19, 171, 206
MOODY, DENNIS 127, 129, 210, 238
Moore, Dana 62, 63, 171
Moore, David 195
MOORE, KAREN 127, 142, 144
Moore, Laureen 71, 171, 250
Moore, Melissa 195
Morales, Brian 105, 206
Morales, Lisa 171
MOrdOCk, Craig 17, 30, 31, 72, 105,
Moresco, Raymond 195
Morgan, Rachael 171
Morgan, Tracy 60, 195
Morrel, Brenda 195
Morris, Nancy 105
Morrison, David 42, 65, 105
Morrow, Christopher 22, 195, 234
Mortensen, Brent 195, 234
MORTON, BARBARA 127, 131
Morton, Lisa 195
Mothes, Cheryl 105
Mowbray Bridget 105
Mowrey Cynthia3 6,158 171
MULFORD, MADELINE 130, 131
Mullen Kelly 61, 196
Munoz Marcela 171
Murphy Chris 105 206 236
Murphy Jeff 171
MURPHY RUSS 127 129 210
MUSlC DEPARTMENT 138 139
Muth Shannon 12 13 171
Mutz Scott 236
Myhren Becky 105
Myhren David 171
Nagao Chris 172
Nakamura Carol 60 172 224
Nakamura Roy 72 106
Nakhjavanl Arash 229
Naruse Kathleen 66 77 172 216
Navarro Randolt 185 196
Naya Rebecca 76 172
Nelson Donald 196
Nelson Heidi 196
Nelson Jamie 5 14 28 49 106
206 208 209 248 257
Kasey 31 132 196 259
Peter 55 106 213
Todd 196 210
Tracy 20 43 172
Newman Brandi 71 255
Newman Nyla 172
Ng Gene 172 257
Nichols Michelle 157 172
Nickel, Kevin 196
Nickerson, Kerri 65, 196
Nied, Fred 166, 172
Niemann, Nicol 97
Nikookary, Kay 73, 106, 241
Nixon, Julie 106
Noble, Keith 172
Nodiumi, Jasmin 106
Norman, Chris 60, 172, 241
Nowak, KC 29, 43, 155, 172, 212,
Nowicki, Peter 233, 234
Nunez, Jason 172, 257, 258 g
OCHOA, DAVE 127, 236
O Day, Amy 196
ODYSSEY STAFF 56, 57
Oh, Chris 42, 43, 56, 57, 106, 293,
Oh, John 210
Oh Sam 23 42 55, 61 106 206
Ohlsen Craig 196
Ok Ann 43 55 106
Oliveri, Kristen 63 173
Olquin Stacey 173 247
Olsen Darcy 60
Olsen Jett196 215
Olsen Melissa 106
ORACLE STAFF 58 59
Ortega Noemr 173
Ortiz Les 49 76 106 206
Osowskr Steve 106 268
Osumr Audrey 12 13 173
Osumr Sandra 8 61 62 63 91
Oullet Janna 246
Ouzounran Sarah 43 51 107
Pacettr Scott 196
Pacheco Oscar 173
Pagulayan Gerry 107 142
Palmroth Anthony 196
Pangburn Krista 107
Paproskr Mark 196 259
Parashak Mary Ann 168 173
Parekh Sachin 42 61 173
Park Sandra 39 196
Parker Adrienne 108
Parker Jett 60 196 234 238
PARRISH MASHA 150
Parsons Scott 185 196 234
Patel Prrty 61 197
Patina Steve 91 108 236
Patnode Angela 173
Patrick Jennrfer197 224
Patrick Wendy 10 11 108
Paul Mindy 97 108
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Paulson, Frank 48, 173, 177, 206,
PE DEPARTMENT 144, 145 1 1 f
Peery, Robert 108, 229! ' X, ' 1
PENDELTON, JO ANN 73. P127,r1.48,'
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PEP cius 73 in A 7 w 2 A -
Perez, Delia 43, 108 , L
Perez, Jackie 60, 73, 173' 1
Perreira, Candle ,197 ' i
Perrine, JanelY1'7'3 ' 1 , 2
Person, Trutee197, L A 5
Peterson, corny 197' A
Peterson, Jeff 197, 210, 24042591
-Peterson, Lizi173 , 1 5
Pham, Khdnh-197 1 7 it
Pham, Mal 197 , f' 3
Phelps, Karen 108, 254 1
Piantidosi, Tina 42, 53,t108, 240,
Picano, Gaylene'30, 31, 108, 247' f ii
Pin, Didaro 197 ' '
Pin, Dina 60, 197 1 f
Pineda, Danny 45 'Q -1,
Pinzon Lillian 65 i ,
Piper, David 42, 61, 77, 172, 173, X
Pizzello Angela 108
Plank Paul 61 197
PLEINES ELANORE 124
Pointer Christine 197 246
Pointer Paula108 246
Pollak Jett 197
Pollard Crarg108 236
Pollrn Lrnda172 173
Pool Jennrter 108
POOLE BARBARA 145
Popeloy Mike 173
POPOV VAL 232
Porter Robert 109
Porter Ron197 234
Potter Mike 197
Poulson Sean 197
Powell Genevieve 197
Powell Jennifer 173
Powers Mike 42 55 73 88 109
PRACTICAL ARTS DEPARTMENT 142
Pratt Mia 109 116
Preston Colleen 197 251
Preston Sandra 35 38 39
Price Tim 109
Price Uzama 62 63
Prrtts Paul 173
PROFFITT JIM 127 134
Prosser Faith 197
Proud Wayne 197
Puccro Karen 109 173
Pyne Shannon 197
QUARTUCCI JOE 125 127
'RCIbUl'Tg Lance 198,, 210,239
Radmqcher, Leslie 109 f r
Radmacher, Scott 198 7 ,1
Rainvjlle, Gary 42,-1107, 4
Rallrson, Eric,110, 244 9,9
Ramirez, Charles 173
Pornarez, Tino 60,j173,' 246.1 254 "
Ramos,,CarI174- Q J
Ramosfrodd 14, 53156, 574610172
73, 1110, 128, 206, 207, 209, 222
Ramsey, Kevin 110, 248 1' 1' 1
annex, Lynda 110' in
Rdrtck, 5uzanne'1198 , ,isi
Randall, Jett 155,51 206
Randels, Ranae 28f60, 174, 224
Rasmussen, Jamie 198 l 'F if
iRaw1ey,Krisrin19a if it 5
Raya Valarie 59 174 2
5 Erzoyrnona Mark 110 198-1 1
REC NIGHTS 48 ' " "
Reddick Darren 198, 2381 - f 3
Reed Mark 198 1 - -f
Reese Cari 62 63 66 1584174
Reeve Jessica 198 ' X- 1
Reeves Janette 35 38 198 -
Regret Paul 198 ji 9
Remelin Autumn 198 5
Renzi Steven 198 210 Q y
Restrepo Berta 198 1
Rettig DJ 73 86 , ,
Reviea Denise 174 ,- 1 !,V' 1,
Reynolds Stephanie 161, 17417: , 7
Rhoades Shelley 174 n 1 '
RICHARDS BOB 206
Richardson Denise 174 L '
Richardson Jett 110 7
Richardson Kevin 44 45 ' 'ff
Rickers Beth 174
Ricks Sidney 174 239
Riley Patrick 238
Rink Debra 174
Ristic Natasia 198
Ro Charles 198 259
Roberts David 174
Roberts Jill 198 241
Roberts Tom 110
Robertson Shawna 1
Robinson Ken 87 174 229 2311.
Roby Seqnb 7 '174 1213124262436
Rodney Jett 23 85 11012063
Rodriguez Darlene'174 g
Rodriguez Patricla'174 ' y
Rodriguez Sally 110 2471 i
Roell Bryan 174 f '
Roelle Lea,1981 ,E 1 4 Pie' 3
R610 'USC10 15151 92 111
Rolison Martha 198 ,
R0i0I"l'i'Z,DGYid 92 111 236 280 iivs
Romandy- Jennifer 65 66 11987
Romero Carolyn 42 111 229
254 267 1
1RRrnmei,orifistRpner 42 76 175
I Ramosky Tawnra175
Rooney Sally 59 175
Roi' 7 WQRK EXPERIENCE 146 147
Roper cathy 175
Rose Alison 37 75 77 111
Rtlse Dave 29 111 206 208 209.
Rosen Adam 42 198 238' I
Rosen, Todd 111 ,
Ra!-s I-leather-175 198 I
Ross I-leatherM1247 254
Ross, Jurae 56 57 81 111250,
Ross,Susanne1121 I 1 1 "
Rosser, Lori 76 175 ,
Roth Thomas 190 234 238
Round Susan 168 175 254
Royce Richard 111
Royce Ronald 198
Rubin Marty 111 I 1
Rutt Paul 199 215 I
Runge Ray 175
Rust Andrena 42,111 2461
Ryan Dave199 234 239
Ryshkus, Susanne 1175
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3 ff FISADIE HAWKINS 58, 69
I sAk40E,11aon1127, 142, 144, 145
I M1fSakaue,Kim 111, 224
Suicide, Christine 1195, 199, 201
Brian 199 1 1
I saiueifini, Howard 23, 112, 236, ,
1 237,,1.273 , 111, 1 , ,
Salgado, Brian 112
'W1i1,Sar1zer,11BecIry 197, 199 ,
,5Salzburger, ,Jason 229
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sanreId,,Isagnnerni 17511, ,,,, 1 1 ,
nsanggrcig I5Har5rt1155, 139911 I
I ereQ6tw9, 2271? G I
Randy 112,, 24a,,257 ,
Saun3raiiIti1fjBrent 117, 226,
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Brian 55, 72, 112,!
schq8e1i,Kim199 11111111 11 I
Lorignnn 1175 ,
Jenniter 199. '151 I
SCHANAFELT, RAY 11257gr148, 1494,
scniegggnenwsthrl.75,2ii175 ,,, , Q
Schilling, Jenny 199,251 11251, ,
Schlicltt, Cory 199' I
Schrader, Eric 199
Schrank, Joe 257
Schubert, Dina 112
Schuttert, Teri 199
Schulkey, Jacquelyn 34, 35, 200
Schulkey, Robert 37, 113
Schultz, Robert 72, 200
Schwartz, Rick 113
SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 136, 137
Scott, Jody 175, 241
Scott, Shauna 175
Sdrales, James 113
Seabold, Sherry 176
Seaman, Donald 200
Seeley, Ariana 62, 63, 66, 99, 113,
Segreto, John 200
Selby, Nadine 176
Selby, Pamela 176
Semaza, Mike 176, 229, 230
SENIOR PANORAMIC PICTURE 24, 25
SENIOR SECTION 78
Sessions, Kim 113
Setera, Anna 176
Seyler, Victoria 113, 229
Shah, Michael 43, 61,1113
Shakhverdyan, Edwin 66, 200
Shamlou, Shawn 200, 243
Shaw, Kathy 113, 246, 247
Sheeks, Beverly 200
SHELTON, DAVE 127, 129, 246
Shelton, Joe 176 ,1 , 1 ,
Sheridan, Wendy 200, 224
Sherman, Samantha, 3, 5, 6, 7, 60,
Shields, Joel 114 1
Shlhaa, Matt 176, 226
Shuto,'Yoichiro 60, 176, 227
Sidwell, Amy 4, 6,155, 114 ,
Siebert, Dan 114 I
Siegel, Jill 56, 114, 155, 161, 176,
246, 254 I
Silvers, Shawn 200, 216
Simmons, Richard 83, 114, 236
simon, Jim142, 200, 244 1
Simon, Steve 4, 6, 7, 114
Sinclair, Jamie 114, 200
singermun, Sharon 197, 200
sipe, Jim 114, 233
Sitner, Paul 200
Skaft, Mechelle 200
SKATEBOARD FEATURE 44, 45
ski CLUB 46 I
Slawson, Erin 31, 56,59, 155, 161,
Smith. Anthony 176
Smith, Barbara 114, 247
1'Smith, Chip 200, 210, 250
SMITH, 'DARLENE 150 ' ,
Smith, Doug 114, 233
SMITH, ,IELBERT 27
Smith, Jennifer 103, 115
smlriig JERRY 205
Smitlj,'Jimmy 115 ,
smirn, Lean '115
Smith, Leqnna 115
Smith, Michelle 59, 82, 115
smrrr-I. SHERRY in
Strawn, Ronda 201
Smith, Stephen 34, 61, 65, 200
Snallum, Keri 56, 57, 59, 115, 276,
Snallum, Kyle 6, 42, 200, 236
Sneed, Danielle 198, 200, 251
Soares, Fred 200, 210
SOCCER, BOYS 250, 251
SOCCER, GIRLS 248, 249
SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT 128,
SOFTBALL 246, 247
Solinger, Randy 200
Solinski, Audris 115
SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL 180,
Sorenson, Amy 176
Sorenson, Jim 42, 73, 115, 228,
SOUND SYSTEM 76
Spalding, Brent 77, 176, 227, 248
SPANIH CLUB 60
Spargo, Michele 115
Sparks, Arvil 22, 200
SPECIAL EDUCATION 148, 149
Spector, Daryl 200, 234
Spees, Jason 201
SPIRIT DAY 20, 21, 22, 23
SPORTS FEATURE 28, 29
SPORTS SECTION 204
Spry, Dennis 201, 259
ST. HILIARE, BARBARA 150
Stabile, Carrin 115
STAFF PICTURE 126, 127
Starrett, Casey 42, 66, 84, 116, 206
Stasiuk, Tanya 116
Staub, Ronald 176
Staudenmaier, Kim 116
Steensland, Lara 30, 31, 42, 43, 53,
55, 74, 81, 100, 116,246
Steiner, Amil 32, 93, 169, 176, 206
Steinemil 32, 93, 169, 176, 206
Steiner, Kristie 116
STEINER, WILLIAM 124
Stemmler, Elle 43, 176
Stephens, Kim 4, 116
Stephens, Lisa 201
Stephenson, Kelly 116, 246, 250
Steuber, Randy 73, 117, 206, 258
Stevens, Rebecca 6, 7, 201
Stevens, William 63, 177
Stewaart, Michele 107, 117
Stewart, Chris 42, 81, 116, 244, 245
Stagsdill, Melissa 177
Stone, Simon 61, 177
Starck, Chris 177, 233
Stovall, Scott 159, 177, 206, 244
Strachan, Deanna 20, 76, 77, 177
Stransky, Laurie 117
Strayer, Marty 201, 210, 229
Stream, Jenniter 177
Slram,1Tlna 65, 177
Stuart, Elizabeth 22, 63, 155,
STUDENT LIFE SECTION 26
Stuetzel, Carl 177
Stwasz, Teresa 201
Sullivan, Cynthia 143
Sullivan, Garrett 177
Sullivan, Kerry 177
Sullivan, Patrick 65, 66, 141, 201
Sullivan, Shawn 177
Sulzberger, Jason 198, 201, 215
Summers, Mark 201, 259
Sumrall, Brent 117, 226, 227
SUPPORT STAFF 150, 151
Survillas, Tami 176
Swearengin, Karen 201
Swetz, David 201
Swetz, Joseph 117
SWIMMING, BOYS 242, 243
SWIMMING, GIRLS 240, 241
Swope, Meritt 177, 206
SYLER, LUELLA 127, 142
Szabo, Abigel 60, 117, 254
Takimuto, Naritoshi 201
Talavera, Genalyn 56, 57, 154,
Talian, Carole 2, 54, 178, 255
Talley, Denise 201, 254
Tamaariki, Moana 89, 117
Tan, Vitthara 178, 226, 227
Tang, Linh 178
Tang, My 117
Tanner, Brett 178, 233
Tanner, Richard 117
TARABILDA, STEVE 72, 127, 136, 137
Tcrvernier, David 178
Tavoularis, Katherine 201
Taylor, Vicky 65
Teeter, Sheryn 178
TENNIS, BOYS 226, 227
Testa, Darin 56, 57, 156, 173, 178,
THIELMAN, JULIA 3, 30, 125, 127
Thomas, David 125, 178, 239
Thomas, Ivan 178, 233
Thomas, Kelly 30, 31, 61, 117
Thomas, Kurian 201
Thomas, Trayce 66, 201
Jeremy 41, 178
Natalie 74, 201, 215
, Tisha 49, 201, 273
Thomson, Jill 118
THONER, PHIL 127, 131, 210
Thornburgh, Richard 201, 210, 238
Thrasher, Kathleen 61, 201, 247,
Thurston, Matt 178, 233
Tibitoski, Paul 202
Till, Sheila 202, 247
Tillou, Susan 202
Todd, Steve 45, 118
Tomlinson, Bob 42, 178, 257
Tomlinson, Cheryl 113, 118, 136,
Torres, Angelo 178
Torres, Robert 178
Toth, Travis 245
Townsend, Tracy 202, 247
TRACK, BOYS 256, 257, 258, 259
TRACK, GIRLS 254, 255
Tran, Vu 178
Trinh, Mai 43, 118
Trinh, Thanh 178
Tu, Tammy 118
Tubbs, Lori 118
Tubbs, Shannon 202
Tucker, Michael 178, 233
Tunstall, Michele 74, 202
Turner, Regina 202
Turville, Shannon 132
uenyiirmeii 61,11i63,11178, 254 5 51
lUlikiQDerrelrN202', 'A J 1
UNDERQLASS SECTION 152 , T
Underwood, Craig 167, 178 T
Underwood, Kelli! 118
Valdivia, '1 1 1
Valentine, Trisha 62, 63,j76Q ,77, 841,
141, 254, 284 11 1 '
Vance,Staeey 2021 'T
vqnce, susan 56, 60, 11118, 225, 2331
vanaegrifi, Michael' 202 1
.Vdnderslui's, Jason 22021, 259
von l-iueren, Barrick 118 1
Van Meter, .lay 118, , JN
Van Me-ter,1Vince 202,1,210 1 f
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 110, 111 yf
VARSWYCLUB 72 'J , 1 J
VARSTIY SQNGLEADERS 8,1 9 ' -
,VerduIt,1Christine 119' 7 S
vert, Michael s,FT2o, 27, iso, 42, sa,
,66,,,87,1191 1 5 1 i 7
vicario, Kristine '31,12'l78,1254, .C
Villa, Joseph 202 , , 1 f
Viscounty,,Sherry11.78 1 T
Viter, Shane 119 T J 'N Q' T
Vitols, Talis 119, 2421
Viickl, Derrick 259 1 T
viier, Melanie 66, 138, 176 ,o
VOLLEYBALL 218, 2.19
Vonada, Cherie 119
Valava, Leslie 66, 175, 178 1 1
Voyen, Dave 23, 48, 52, 55, 56,-57,
Waechter, Staci 119
Wagstatt, Michele 202
WAHL, KURT 127, 137
Wahl, Mike 202
Wakamolo, Ken 42, 56, 119
Wakefield, Matt 119, 227
Wakeham, Dana 84, 119
Waldow, Bob 61, 178, 227
Waldrip, Andrew 185, 202, 233,
Walencewicz, Renee 55, 120
Walker, Curtis 178
WALKER, STEVE "FLASH" 206
Wallace, Matt 178, 248, 257
Walters, Jason 229
Walther, Paul 202, 258, 259
Walton, Jeff 202, 259
Wang, Winnie 35, 60, 178 2 3
Wares, Scott 202 , 1. -
WARNER, KAREN 127, 132, 133
Warren, John 120 Af .
Warren, Kristen 120 i , 1 T
Wartburg, Bob 178 l
Washington, Daniel 65, 165, 178,
257 9 T '
Wasserman, Jettt120 l J T 1
Wasson., Lisa 178 i . ' '
WATER POLO 212, 1213, 2114,Q2'lf5,i 2
216,217 - 1, ' f ' . , 1 t
Waters, BryanN202 l A 2
wuirouspnhn 202, 234, 2239 , l
Walton, David'120, 272 T .
webb, Lanis, 202, 215, 243,
Weber, Daniel 65, 2021 f T 1 3
websrei, Beverly, 63, 77, 173
Wedclerien,,l-leather 1,78 1 1
Weissenmayer, Karl 42, 120 l
weissrriun, Robin,10,,11, 51,120 A
Wells, TOCld 198, 2D3,.s214g 2115, 243
lWelrners,'lrisha 178 T 2
'K Werner, Jetry12D3, 248 1
West,ilRandi 179 1'
Weston, Wendie 60, 1201 1 f , ,
WHITAKER, NEVA 150 ir T
WHITE, QAVE 127, 131, '1 '
Wiedeman, Mark 203 T
wiicox,Ricii 203 A l 2 ,
Wilkerson, Cash 2291 1 , 1 ,
Wilkerson, Jason 27, 125, 1604179
Willey, Be'lh'203, 241 - ' 1' ,
Williams, DaviClf22, 120 ,
Williams, Deena 203
Williams, Kim 43,,60, 61, 66, 179
Williams, Michael 179 1
WILLlAM5.1ROD127, 134 '
Williams, Tracie 179, 217
Williamson, ,Karin 51, 55, 66, 77,
Williamson, Paul 203, 210, 245
Willis, Jasonj203, 229
Willoughby, Suzan 120, 224
wins, Justin 203 T
Wilson, Brian 203, 248 l
Wilson, Candace 36, 42, 66, 120,
138 , ,
Wilson, Loribeth 179
Winnie, Laura 203
Winston, Par 179
WINTER FORMAL 52, 53
wise, Dave 42, ss, 73, 120, 266,
Wilhrow, Victoria 120
Witt, Tara 121 2 2
Woiahn, Bethany 203
Woiahn, Trudy 60, 121, 138
Wolf, Donald 203 1
Woltte, Michael 72, 203
Wolfson, Alex 203
Wolters, Jason 179
WON, SYLVIA 127, 140
Wood, Jaime 121
Woodall, Allyson 179
Woolery, Erin 198,,203, 251
WRESTLING 228, 229, 230, 231
Wright, Cindy 155, 179
Wright, Rhonda 60, 203
Writer,iJeff 179i o, -
Wynsen, Jenifer 5, 11, 61, 121
Wynsen, Mike 4, 6, 42, 53, 55, 79,
80, 81, 121 3
vAci-ir cms 471
YGCOUD-ZGdah,,N0reik 63, 76, 77,
yumggakl, David 4.2, 55, 73, 121,
Yeager, Jeff 179
Yee, Kevin 60, 203
Yee, Terrance 42, 60, 121, 206, 229
Yeilowhorse, rzuperi 179, 229, 257
Yensen, ChristY 203,
YIM, rom 125 5 1
Young, AmY,61, 65, 203
Young, Donald,179, 292,
Young, Jett 42, 121, 233
Young, Miahele 59, 179,247 1
vuqn, :Ruby 62, 63. '93.i,1?1, 2975 ,
Zaremba, Jett 14, 19, 23, 56, 72,
91, 121, 206, 208, 257, 269
Zeltzer, Jennifer 121
Ziegler, Cheri 121
Zigich, Karen 203
Zukow, Tonya 121
Zuldak, Scott 179
,i 1 , ' i index by Davra Wise, Jill Seigel, Todd Ramos 51 Staff
1 1 ,1i, i J COLOPI-ION
SPARTAN REPUBLIC, the 22nd volume of Villa Park High Schools Odys-
seyqwas printed by Herft Jones Yearbook Company of lvlarceline,
Missouri, in ci 9 x 12 format with 304 pages. The pages were printed on
100 pound Calais paper using both black and white halftones and
four-color process pictures and copy. The end sheets were printed
on white EX1 1 Color-text stock with tan spot color, The cover design
was a four-color process frorn artwork in watercolor and colored
pencil, with dry-transfer lettering, The concept was adapted from
the Banana Republic Catalogues, and the artwork drawn by Ruby
Yuan. 1320 copies were printed.
Body copy and captions were printed in 12 point and 10 point
Avanti Garde Book respectively, with the travelogues set in 10 point
Avant Garde Book Italic. lvlain headlines were set in 42 point Chelsea
Black, subheads in 30 point Chelsea Light, and kickers in 18 point Serif
Gothic Light, Division page headlines and all page numbers were
printed in various sizes of Stencil, and folios were set in 12 point Serif
Gothic Bold italic.
Underclass mug shots were photographed by Portrait World, and
Senior Portraits by Albert 81 James, who also provided supplies, film
processing, and color printing. All candids and black and white pro-
cessing and printing were done by the ODYSSEY staff.
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