Mountain View High School - La Vista Yearbook (Mesa, AZ)

 - Class of 1986

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State of shock - Varsity cheer- leader Angie Kempf is congratulated by Greg Arnett as she is baffled by the latest news that she is Homecoming Queen. Go, fight, win! - Teammates Mac Fitch and Brian Morris execute the plays they have been practicing all week long for the victory in the Home- coming game. Homecoming is chool spirit was obvi- ous the week before Homecoming. Each day the students and faculty dressed to show their school spirit. Monday everyone wore Swatch watches to watch the Toros beat the Matadors. Tuesday was amusing day and Mickey Mouse was worn. Wednesday everyone wore black and blue, the colors the Matadors were going to look like. Thursday was all black day, everyone wore black, and Activities 24 Homecoming Week Friday was class identifica- tion: Seniors wore red, Juniors blue, and Sophomores white. Traditional activities re- turned. Floats took the place of sedan chairs and student competition instead of teach- er competition, was held. At the assembly, the Home- coming Court was introduced and the class competition was underway. The object was to pass a potato from neck to neck, and the team that was done first won, which was the spirited Juniors. V At the football game later that night, Angie Kempf and Bob Davis were proclaimed Homecoming queen and king. At halftime, the Junior float was announced the winner, with the Seniors taking sec- ond, andthe Sophomores tak- ing third. The Toros went on to beat the Shadow Mountain Mata- dors 24 to 10.

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- w19!l'WfP1R.5f'aff GUESS ? .3 3 .. "W-wi Switch to Swatch - On almost every wrist you look at you'll find the popular Swatch watch worn by many MV stu- dents. Only grows on top - Mohawks were a style of haircut that was found sur- prisingly often among MV students, as modeled here by Eric Westover. Bom black - Having your hair dyed black or other colors was a popular thing to do, as shown here by sopho- more Roberta Morris. I can see clearly -- Bangs hanging in your eyes was also something seen quite often. Sophomore Steve Arnold is one of several who wore this style. Being unique od, punk, preppie, or casual, 1986 was the year to do your own thing. Mountain View students appeared in everything from 501's to stretch pants. Hair styles went from conservative bobs to jelled mohawks. lt was the year of shocking styles and yet no one was shocked at what anyone else showed up in. Students were allowed to express themselves in their own unique way as long as it didn't "disturb the learning process." "One of my teachers put this guy with a mohawk in the back of the classroom be- cause people kept staring at him and making rude com- ments," said senior Jeff Van- Norman. The fine line between what does disturb the' class- room situation and what doesn't was solved with little controversy. - Activities Fads and fashion



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