Woodruff Christian School - Yearbook (Bellflower, CA)
- Class of 1986
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Jesus looked around and saw rich men dropping their
gifts in the Temple treasury, and he also saw a very poor
widow dropping in two little copper coins. He said, "I
tell you that this poor widow put in more than all the
others. For the others offered their gifts from what they
had to spare of their richesg but she, poor as she is,
gave all she had to live on." Luke 21:1-4 GNB
16400 Woodruff Avenue
Bellflower, California 90706
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friends or not. I loved my teacher.
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Mrs. Williams is so nice,
she calls us Sugar and Spice.
She tells us reading is fun,
in the shade or in the sun.
Arithmetic, we all agree,
has to be learned by you and me.
She teaches us we can have fun
when our "A-B-C's" are done.
And after the final bell does ring,
we can play on the swing.
She has a heart of gold
for the young and for the old.
She loves to hug us all,
the short and the tall.
So, we wish her the "best"
as she takes a well-deserved rest.
By Kimberly Randolph
This yearbook is lovingly dedicated to Mrs. Naomi Wil-
liams, who will be retiring this year, Best wishes and God
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SOME STUDENTS REMEMBER HER
l really like Mrs. Williams -M stern,
but nice -- a teacher, nurse, a
beautiful person, great with little
kids and wipes away tears.
Sarah Hackett, Grade 5
I didn't know what would happen
he first day if l would make any
he was good to me I made lots ot
riends. My teacher s name was
Russell Hancock, Grade 3
l remember Mrs. Williams, my teacher. She was a terrific teacher. We used
to play with clay and that was fun. We used to color numbers. lThey were
people numbersl l like kindergarten. W
Cindy Glenn, Grade
I think Mrs. Williams is the best teacher l have ever had. She is nice an
funny. She always told jokes that are very funny. She used to say that whe
we were bad she would hang us from her clothesline. And l bet she still sa
Nicole Hunsaker, Grade
l like Mrs. Williams because she taught me a lot
about life and she loved me very much. l
Scot Williams, Grade 5
Mrs. Williams in 1975.
Drawing by Lori Ryder, Grade 3.
She had a monkey and it used to read to
us. Mrs. Williams was a real nice teacher,
and still is. She gets nicer every year. l
love her very much. She's super.
Karli Supera, Grade 5 1-'NX
Mrs. Williams with the Fiandolphs.
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You Mean So Much To Me
You mean so much to me,
A treasure that is in my heart.
You are the apple of my eye.
You are always there.
You are so rare.
How can I tell you what you mean to me?
When there is no way to put it.
You're so kind, so sweet.
How else can I say it?
I know that I love you.
That is all I can say.
But if I could put it just the right way,
I would tell you how much I love you. -
You are the person I care for most .. . Mr. Don Karr, Principal
I just love you so much.
You always comfort me when I am down.
You are so sympathetic, so patient. 5
I just have to say what you mean to me.
You're a friend of all friends . . .
A light above all lights.
May I say you are so great. 5
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You are so beautiful in your own way. X
You make me feel so, so . . . . gjtlg
I just cannot explain. I Yfi i
What a great gift to me, t.I
That God has sent you. j
You mean so much to me.
You are the true meaning of friendship, s
God made a special plan for you.
What could it be with someone as special as
I just don't know what else I could say,
It is just you mean so much to me.
You're perfect in every way.
When you say something,
You say it in just the right way.
You never put me down or criticize.
You never take life for granted,
You just live it in every caring way,
What else can I say?
You mean so much to me.
You are my best friend.
Mrs. Virginia Pippin MrS. COrky Luth
Secretary Secretary, nurse
and much more
By Steffanie Goltra
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TO MY VERY SPECIAL FRIEND
Two people are as one with friendship, love and truth. But one person alone is truly an empty life, but because you are my very special friend my life is no
You have so many qualities to make you a wonderful friend. You are there to share the ups and downs of my life. You are the sunshine of my glad days,
and the rainbow of my sad days. Thank you for always being there to listen, trying hard to understand me, and somehow knowing how to help. You are the
rose among the thorns in my life.
You give me your time and your interest so unselfishly. You shelter me from the storms of life. You know me as I am and you understand where l've come
from, and where I am headed. You've accepted me for what l've become, but you still encourage me to grow.
My friend you are the best part of hard times, the brightest of good times. Thank you for giving me a gentle push when I falter, a kind word when I'm lonely,
a guide when I am searching, a smile when I'm sad, and a song when I'm happy. '
Our friendship is like a rosebud, with love, honesty and caring. The rosebud will bloom into a beautiful rose. As long as we continue this caring, the rose will
never die and nor will our friendship.
There isn't a day that goes by that I don't thank God for sending my very special friend to me.
You, my friend, are truly a special gift that no one can ever take from me, for God has blessed my life by giving me a very special friend like you.
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Can I help you?
THA NK YOU
DAYCARE AND LUNCH DUTY AIDES
Pam Bethke, Lunch Aide
and All-Around Helper
PAR NTS AND
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There are so many parents, relatives and friends who help
make Woodruff Christian School a success. A very special
"Thank You" to all those who give so freely of their time
and love to make our school a special place. We appreci-
ate all the trips you take with us, the teaching you provide,
the cupcakes you bake, the parties you plan, the prayers
you pray, plus so much more. May God bless all of you!!
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Who cares about anything? Who cares what I think? cause I love all
my children, even if I have a little drink. T I
They all call me a drunk, but I know each of their names! And those
kids that are confused, well, they say I'm to blame.
I always told those kids I love them. But they said they never heard. I
only hit them once or twice. Not hard, I give you my word!
Maybe I got a little mean sometimes, but only after three or four
beers. I was only trying to make 'em mind, but they would all end up in
And now that they are older, I think and I take long walks, I wonder if
they might send a letter that I could find in my old mailbox.
But never a word from those three kids. Guess they never think about
Please, dear God, l've never asked before. I pray you'll hear my plea!
I pray everyday now, Lord, and I haven't touched a drink. I feel such
sadness and grief. I'm shaking so bad, I can't even think.
Maybe death is the answer, hey Lord? This just isn't workin' out. I
haven't heard from nobody. I'm getting myself out of this mess!
Please help me, my God. Can't you show me a sign? With all this pain
and sorrow, is everything going to be fine?
For forty long days and nights, I've been sober and I pray.
l'm feeling a little bit better, I think l'II call them. Well, Lord, what do
662-0223 .. . John Hamilton, Jr.
I waited for a long while
"Dad," the voice said.
"Yes!" I said, with a smile.
"It's been a long time, Dad. We've all wonderedg no one knew. l'm
glad you're alright, 'cause you know, I love you!"
My eyes were cloudy with tears, now our start was fresh and new.
Thank you, dear Lord, Thank you for everythingg for coming through!
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OUR SIXTH GRAD CLASS TH N. .
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Knott's Petting Zoo, the Safeway Ice Cream Factory,
the Griffith Park Planetarium and Observatory, the Chil-
dren's Museum, Cabrillo Marine Museum, the Queen
Mary and Spruce Goose, the L.A. Zoo, Marineland, the
beach, L.A. Times, and a print shop. The third grade
classes were invited to the Crystal Cathedral to see the
Glory of Christmas. The sixth graders spent a week in
Big Bear for Outdoor Education.
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ly all year to earn money to go to Santa Barbara,
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SOMEONE NEW AT WOODRUFF
Last summer, Woodruff began a
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The teachers are Mrs. Livesey,
Mrs. Newberry, Mrs. Rodriguez,
and Mrs. Reader.
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Hang on, Nicole!
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What a nice line!
Let us show you how to do it.
Nancy and Holly, you are two cuties!!
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Roses are red, Violets are blue.
Jesus died on the cross for our sins,
Can you believe it? lt's true?
By Karli Supera
Oh yeah, Mr. Karr?
The Pilgrims on their boat at day.
Stopped near the closest bay.
Got off the boat with a whirling rust.
Kicked their feet and threw the dust.
Met the Indians one by one.
Glad to see that they had come.
Sat down to a thanking feast.
Hoped that they could eat all the beast.
Then they prayed to thank the God above.
And that's how it all begun.
By Cassie Bowen
The sixth graders will be moving on
to junior high school next year.
Wherever you go, we wish you
God's best in all your academic, so-
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Having "seafood" David and Travis?
The Three Musketeers, Outdoor Education Style
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display at the Science Fair.
From Page 10 - Those babies are now these sixth graders
Fiow 1 - Sylvia, Russ, Biil, Stetfanie G., Jennifer W.
Bow 2 - Angela, Matthew T., George, Jeri, Bryan
Bow 3 - Christian, Julie, David, Todd, Louie
Row 4 - Travis, Kim T., David and Kim Fi., Stephanie Fi.
Bow 5 - Michael, Jennifer B., Matthew H., Danny
Flow 6 - Brandon, Rachel, Meri, Damon
Bobby Westaway, Paul Foster, Johnna Hare, Kendra Holstege, and Kristi Mathison
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Our 1985-86 Student
Council officers are: CLett,
Clookwlse from baoki Kim
Thomson, secretaryg Kim
Randolph, treasurerg Mat-
thew Holstege, vice presi-
dent: Jeri Wakefield, presi-
dent. Sixth grade represen-
tative is Meri Bowen. iShe
was unavailable for pic-
tures.i One of Student
Council's first jobs was to
declare it "Spirit Days."
llltight, Backwards Dayi
Mrs. Clark's fifth grade
class won for having the
most spirit for the week.
was one by many
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Fifth grade representatives
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Fourth grade representa
and Ay Bhandhumanl.
Third grade representatives are Meiissa Holloway and
tives are Candy Hayes
Walk around the world today, and see
what S moe at?3cyUl4TerriS5lil5eil, Grade 4
The Woodruff Christian Worship Company had an opportunity Kam Supera and David Madison Sing a duet
again this year to sing for the City Council.
Karan Slingerland is the choir director
and song leader at chapel.
Tanya Portz is our chapel leader. Here she is with Charlie
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Good jump, Danny!
In basketball, the team played nine
games and scored over 200 points
against their opponents. They came
away from their first season with an
impressive 4 and 5 record, which-
made them eligible for the play-
M MORIES OF SPECI L TIMES
Playing, singing, loving
They play with me.
By Summer Soto
A LAST FLIGHT
Seven happy astronauts train for Challenger's mission. The first
teacher in space prepares tor her lessons. They all get ready and
go into the shuttle, but the flight is delayed. They wait for a while.
lcicles melt off the shuttle as the temperature rises to thirty-two
degrees. lt's time for another go. Everyone waits anxiously.
"Five, four, three, two, one, lift-off of Challenger!"
People watch with excitement, The smiles of the relatives and
friends of the astronauts suddenly turn to grief as the shuttle
explodes. The control tower is still talking, not knowing what has
happened, but soon the talking has stopped. Bits and pieces of
the shuttle fly everywhere. Immediately ships and helicopters
look for debris and hopefully bodies,
Newscasters stayed on the air for hours. They would not go off
the air until they had heard from NASA.
Some say it was the ice, some say it was the rocket boosters.
The rocket boosters are the main suspect in the space shuttle
Meanwhile, searchers were in water, on the beaches looking
everywhere for pieces. A lot ot pieces were found on the ocean
floating. Some were found on the ocean floor.
Memorials were being held all over America. Sorrow filled the
world. One service was held at Houston Space Center. The
President and his wife were there. They comforted every one of
the family members that were present. People around the nation
had a moment of silence while people said prayers for the
Meetings were held to try to find the cause. A lot of magazines
had pictures of the tragedy and the astronauts. Investigators
looked at the pictures for hours.
Other countries showed the tragedy and sent condolences to
the President and the families.
We were sending things up there. lt was so common, we were
starting to get careless, but from now on we will keep a closer
eye on the next shuttle flights. By Todd Sheets
Do you recognize any one-time kindergarteners?
Neil catches a fish at the Day Care Camp Canyon Meadows, 1985 We're
Summer Camp, 1985. Singing DFHISGS!
Sean Moore and Philip Noh -
ready to start Kindergarten in
Summer, 1982, Jason Young and
Who remembers when Woodruff Avenue Christian School looked like this?
- KINDERGARTEN GRADUATION, 1985
xbovei Vikki Taylor,
SPEECH MEET WINNERS, 1985
Jodruff had many Speech Meet winners last year.
ading onto the bus to go to the finals. tBeIowi Patrick
aiyawaytar and Kimberly Medeiros received a Superior
ting on their poems last year.
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Bryan Sloan reciting at the
spring musical, "Backwards
The third through fifth grade performance of "Down By
the Creek Bank," May, 1985.
Showing how to help is Jeff Miller's draw-
ing, Grade 4.
DIVORCE - What It Really Means
When people get married, they commit themselves to being
loyal and trustworthy to each other. As years go by, people
sometimes begin taking each other for granted. They start
getting married at the wrong time for the wrong reasons. After
several years, the couples often realize that they are two totally
different people. They fight and argue over the silliest things
that really don't seem to be important.
When most people think of their immediate family, they think of
their dads, moms, sisters andlor brothers. I grew up taking the
family for granted. At least I did until one day my mom sat me
down, and began telling me things that I did not want to hear
.. like "Your dad and I are not happy living with one
another anymore." I told Mom that I didn't like living with my
sister, but I had to because she was family. Mom said her
situation was different. She said that she and my dad had
made the decision to live apart.
My world crumbled, I was only six! What was I going to do?
Dad moved out ofthe house. I missed him all the time. He saw
me on the weekends but it just wasn't the same.
As time passed, I discovered that Mom and Dad both loved
me, and I had to admit that they seemed happier apart. I guess
things were working out. . .
Mom, who loves music, introduced me to the piano, which I
now love to play. On top of that, Dad got me interested in
sports which I also really enjoy. Actually, I began thinking I
could be happy this way.
When I was nine years old, my mom introduced me to a friend
of hers named Andy. At first, I didn't know how to react
because my first thought was, "Two dads?" But I started liking
Andy and he was kind. He helped me with so many things.
Three years later, Mom and Andy decided to get married, so
on one Thansgiving holiday, they were married and I was my
mom's maid of honor. Their happiness is what I wish my mom
and real dad could have felt. Now I have a stepdad and
although it isn't my "immediate" family, it truly' comes close to
feeling like it.
Ali of this has taught me to wait until I am ready to make the
commitment of marriage - just as a true Christian would
LOTS OF WAYS T0 STAY IN SHAPE
Our P.E. coach, Mr. Bobk k
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THINGS TO REMEMB R ABOUT '86
We took a poll of Woodruff Christian Students. The following tells some of our school's favorite things.
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Love, Love, Love A L SCHOOL YEARS
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