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Ziuskeyq After a couple of months we lost Susan.
She moved to Iowa to live with her mother. In the
face of this, Debbie Zinskey stepped into full cap-
tainship, supported by her loyal Sgtskat-Arms: y
Sherry Brsofwh, Kim Ford, and Carmen Ripperoe. s
This was the first year that the Drill Team
entered parades, but you cou1du't tell it. They fir
just like they had been there every year.
Every person here 'ar De Anza is proud of our
Drill Team, sponsored by Mrs. Post, because they
ARE with it, they care, they are committed and is
shows inthe pride they feel for the team.
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And so, as the lights are dimmed and the doors are locked,
another year in De-Anza's history comes to a close.
Many people remember it as just another ordinary school
year. Then there are the rest who really got involved and will
remember it as a year separated from all the rest. They will
remember their friends, the office staff, the referrals, tardy
slips, wild bus rides, playdays but most of all they will remem-
ber the teachers.
The most remembered teachers are those who got involved
in the student activities and represent the "genuine school spirit
The LaVentura De Anza yearbook is dedicated to a person
who does this and more. She was not only just the sponsor for
the first Drill Team in Ventura District, but also the "spearhead
who gave us confidence and told us "to be proud of what we are
and what we do."
ln her two short years at De Anza she has had a tremendous
impact on those who knew her both inside andxoutside of class.
And so the La Ventura De Anza 1972-'73 yearbook is dedi-
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"One Hundred Years of Progress"
This year, De Anza's float won second place in the Ventura County Fair Parade.
The theme of the parade was "One Hundred Years of Progress. "
At the front of our float, we had a modern classroom of 1972 with a computer, a
television camera, rocket and other modern experiences in education.
In the back, there was an old school room of 1872 with its pot bellied stove, old
fashioned desks and ink wells, pig-tailed and freckle faced girls and barefoot little
boys, complete with its classroom dunce. i
Mrs. Post was very proud of all the kids who turned out to work. They came -be-
fore school, after school and even on Saturdays to be sure the float was done on time f
and to be sure it looked just right. Winning always takes a lot of dedication and pride.
This year we have had both in abundance.
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