Northview High School - Viking Yearbook (Covina, CA)

 - Class of 1978

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Mon- ica presided over meetings when the president was not there and scheduled people to work at the dances. First semester, Maria Aliaga, secretary, kept minutes of all the meetings. Taking care of the financial needs of the Class of '78 was Mia Adair. She kept accurate records of all deposits and withdrawals from dances and fundraisers of the Senior Class. Though each officer had his or her specific job, they also worked as a unit and carried out details for any special event they spon- sored. lv ,x JEFF M. ABRAMOWITZ DELPHINE M. ACOSTA ELIZABETH A. ACQUAZZINO MARIA C. ALIAGA KEITH H. ALLEN SUSAN G. ALLEN 'I O 1 few MELISSA ANDERSON LORI J. ANDERTON DEEDEE A. AROCHA DAVID H. ASHMORE ALLEN K. BAER LYNDA A. BAGULEY KIM J. BAKER MICHAEL BALDONADO .1 ' Q, DIANA M. ARGEL CINDY J. AULWES CHRIS BABAKITIS Joyce Klingbiel excitedly springs from her seat as the Viking football team scores another touchdown. Seniors 19 JOHN A. BANKER DAVID BARACKMAN fi f LETICIA BARRAGAN KELLY D. BARTON ANS MOUR EATH OF ELVIS PRESLEY A worldwide feeling of sorrow was evident the day that Elvis Presley, the "King of Rock 'n Roll" passed away. His death, in August 1977 had been at- tributed to many causes. One of the biggest con- tributors to his heart attack was an overweight problem Elvis had been fighting for several years. As the day of Elvis' death burrows deeper into the past, he is still remembered for his unique and rather sexy dancing, his quality voice, and warm person- ality, Elvis Presley has left the world with a legacy that will ensure his rememberance for many years to come. P0 Seniors SHARON F. BARNES DIANE L. BARR TAMMIE J. BARTON RONALD BASS I Elvis Presley - 2 years before his death. RICHARD R. BECK MAT BEGIN STACY BELL MELINDA L. BERRY CHRISTIE D. BIELBY JOSEF C. BIGGS LORI BISHOP JAMES P. BOADA BILL BOLOGNA JOHN A. BONAR JOYCE M. BOND STEVE BORRA Seniors 21 i . '--N GEORGE BORY TERRY BOUDREAU 9 Class of '78 Sharing a hilarious joke Diane Chudley, senior, and Phyliss DuBois, un- derclassman, burst into uncontrollable laughter. , -L' 3 1 ' f ,501 on-'ff RUDOLPH R. BREILEIN CASEY BRITT JANINE BOUGHER LIZA M. BRAVEMAN ..W.i,,. V- I LINDA BROWNING RONALD E. BUNING STEVE M. BROCKMEYER CYNTHIA A. BROWN 22 Seniors GREG BURGESS . BRUCE E. CADY BARRY CAMPBELL Y ,W BW., NANCY M. CAMPBELL efrcises R 'ghts as Adults Marian McCutcheon and Liza Braveman work rapidly in hopes of completing the assignment and having a work-free week-end. ' ,ss VALENTINE CAUBY GENE G. CELAYA , If ROBERT D. CAMPBELL TOM W. CARSON ' wg- PAM CARTWRIGHT ROSE M. CASTRO Seniors 23 Gunter learns of American humor as he laughs at a Gunter and a friend look on at a Northview football game classmate's joke. "'Wsit to CU CEn Iightens fidustriaq Qunter' 6Resigne1" 24 Foreign Exchange Student Imagine that you're from a small mountainous coun- try in Europe where life is comfortable, quiet, and re- laxed. Now imagine a complete change in scenery and a totally different lifestyle in a heavily populated urban area near one of the largest cities in the United States. Life here is hectic, and everything seems big and crowd- ed. This imaginary situation is similar to the actual one that Gunter Resigner experienced when he left Austria to come live and attend school in Covina for a year. Gunter commented that the size of everything in this strange land frightened him at times. Even the cars were larger and more numerous than in Austria. Attending Northview was also quite a big change for Gunter. In Austrian schools, sports are considerably less important than they are in California. In fact, in Austria, sports are thought of in terms of very minor things. The educational system differs greatly. The first four years of schooling are the same for all students in Austria. At the age of ten, each student chooses either to go on to a school which offers a general education or to enroll in a school which teaches a profession. In Austria, Gunter lives with his parents, two sisters, and one brother. Upon return there, he plans to go on to a university to study psychology, philosophy, the arts, or a combination of two of these subjects. Gunter enjoys reading political, philosophical, and other types of literature such as poetry. He likes to draw, attend social gatherings and parties, and snow ski, which is his favorite sport. When Gunter first ar- rived, he looked forward to visiting Disneyland, Death Valley, and getting to know California. Gunter summed it up by saying, "It was a very inter- esting experience. However, it was not always easy, and it took a lot of effort everyday to adjust to a new way of life and completely unfamiliar environment." Corrigan, , S ,Q A N af' , ,f Qovem men t Each year, the faculty of Northview chooses a representative lto send to Girls' and Boys' State. At Northview, Mr. Yates, the head counselor, is in charge of this election. He compiles a list of the top 113 girl students and a list of the top U3 boy stu- dents of the Junior Class. These students are determined by grade point averages and citizenship grades. Even if a student qualifies by grade point average, he can still be disqualified because of citizenship grades. The American Legion, the or- ganization sponsoring Boys' and Girls' State, sets the qualifica- tions and requirements for the conference. Among other re- lquirements the student must have shown strong leadership ability, courage, integrity and honesty. After Mr. Yates has made up the list, all of the contenders' names are put on a ballot, and the faculty vote for the one they think is best qualified. At the Girls' State convention, each of the girls is en- couraged to run for an office on one of the three levels of govern- lment which are discussed during the week. These levels are city, county, and state. The week begins on the city level on which this year's Girls' State representative, Patsy Corrigan, held the office of city treasurer. The second level of govern- ment is county, and the third is state. The West Covina American Legion sponsors this program in which approximately 600 girls participate at a cost of 35125 each. During the same week, each state in the United States holds Girls' State. The girls are taught the legal processes involved in running for an office. The entire week is centered around learning the ha i teref Qaiq, CEXperience process of getting elected to an office. Representatives are taught how to give political speeches, campaign, and petition for political offices. Girls' State gives high school students a chance to learn by actual participation. After a long bus ride through the night, Dane Schaiterer, Northview's Boys' State representative, arrived at Cal State University at Sacramento to begin an activity-filled week at the annual Boys' State convention. Upon arrival, Dane was given a nametag, designating which mythical political party he belonged to, his meal ticket for the week, and his dorm assignment. The seven dorms were divided into mythi- cal counties and cities. The entire week centered around elections beginning with the city government level and progressing to the county and state levels. Dane held a position on the county level as treasurer. The participants learned the entire legal process involved in petitioning for office, campaigning, and giving speeches. On two nights the representatives split up into political parties for party meetings where they elected a party chairman, and heard speeches from the candidates for state offices. For recreation, tournaments were held in volleyball, basketball, pool, and softball. Dane said that the Boys' State program gave him much insight into the way the government is run. Dane summed up his week by saying, "I did learn a lot about state govern- ment by experience." Boys' Sz Girls' State 25 RANDY K. CHAPMAN DIANE M. CHAVIRA JUDY L. CHRISTOPHER DIANE L. CHUDLEY Summer Fire Threatens Carmel Valley r The summer of '77 not only brought soaring heat waves, but also the third largest blaze in California's history. The Q, fire started as a result of lightening. California forest fire raging out of control. 26 Seniors APRIL I. CLARK LEANNE CLEAR Originating in Los Padres National Forest, the fire consumed more than 175,00 acres of prime watershed lands lareas where many trees are planted to keep top- soil down to prevent mudslides and floods during heavy rainsb near the Central California coast and laid waste to millions of dollars worth of timber. When fire broke out on August 1, burning over 200 acres, firemen did not suspect the fire would turn into a blazing inferno which would sweep through Los Padres, causing extensive damage and complete devastation in areas. Firefighters also feared destruction of the Continental Valley Watershed which, if damaged, could threaten Carmel Valley residents with massive erosion and flooding when heavy rains moved into the area. Hand tools were used to build fuel breaks at the start of the fire to prevent violation of the Wilderness Act of 1964 which bans all motorizedxequipment from wilderness areas except in extreme emergencies. For fear the fire would eventually consume another 25,000 acres, firefighters re- sorted to bulldozers to clear away debris, airdrops of chemical fire retardants and other motorized equipment. After an 18-day struggle, thousands of weary firefight- ers completed a 160 mile loop of firelines around the blaze, achieving 100921 containment except for a few burning rem- nants. Total damages after extinguishing the fire were destruc- tionof two-thirds of the Ventana'Wilderness area and rare Santa Lucia firs. The cost of putting out the gigantic blaze was estimated at 11.6 million dollars. Considering the severe damage the blaze caused, local officials were astonished that there were no casualties. DEBORAH L. CLEMENT JEFF CLEMENTS MICHAEL D. COHEN gf' DARREN A. COPPING LARRY J. COURTNEY TIMOTHY R. CROUSHORE I A. ... W I SHERYL L. CONWAY More interested in being alone than eating DingD0ngs, Ned Morris and PATTY A. CORRIGAN Sheryl Conway find a few minutes to enjoy each 0ther's company. RICHARD COX BILL CRISWELL FREDERICK L. CROSBY ERIC CRUZ f REBECCA CUELLAR MARY A. DAILEY Seniors 27 enio eam Pr Maury McCord steals a moment to leaf through a copy of Basic Grants. 'Us In. I , ,Rag-ty 5:36 ms. BRENDA S. DELP KATHY M. DE QUATRO 28 Seniors SALVATORE DENARDO CHRISTINA L. DIAS gre s Into Realitie E l I I I JEFF DE HART BENJAMIN DELGADO L 1- rx STEPHANIE L. DELL ROGER E. DELONG M Pausing momentarily to proofread her work Sheila Machado casts watchful eye to note typing errors. JEFF D. ERICKSON PAMELA B. FADER 'Y' ,.,,. TONY M. DIGRAZIA MIKE W. DI MAIO ' f Off to a slow start in the morning, Mary Dailey daydreams while Cherlyn Kermode and Joanna Zimmer take a short snooze. TOM A. FAHRNY " RICHARD D. FAIRHURST .JENNIFER DORR MICHAEL S. EAGLESON CARLOS ESTEVES - 7 17. . ,J-f gf' E wtf s, A JOE FAMILARI TERESA D. FANNING CHRIS G. FERNAU W Jackie Norton buys a snack to keep her occupied while watching a victorious I QI- Viking football game' CINDY L. FERRAND0 LINDA L. FIECHTER I 'QC' . -X X I, x . X VINCENT FIGUEROA LAURIE D. FINCHUM ELIZABETH A. FINEGAN DARREN E. FLAGG 'Qs ERIC C. FRANCO DAVID FUENTES TERRY J. GALLAGHER BENJAMIN GARCIA 30 Seniors Farrah Fawcett Majors Reaches Sudden Holi wood Stardom The newest face on the Hollywood scene this year was Farrah Fawcett Majors, whose hairdo and slim figure made her name a household word. T-shirts, posters, dolls, and even bean bag chairs bore Farrah's face, as many manufacturers made millions of dollars off her popularity and looks. Even though she made her T.V. debut in commercials, Farrah reached the height of her popularity while starring in the hit T.V. show "Charlie's Angelsf' However, halfway through the year she quit the series to appear in movies and to guest star on different T.V. shows. -Y' 'ffl Farrah Fawcett Majors - Hollywood's newest star. I l GILBERT GARCIA WANDA L. GERMAN PETER GONET LORI R. GOODMAN RENEE GARCIA LAURA L. GILLESPIE WILLIAM J. 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X to Gseqjo Since they were started in 1948, Bank of America's Achievement Awards have developed into one of the most highly respected student award programs in the nation. It now includes more than 300,000 graduating seniors from nearly every high school in California. The selection begins at the individual schools where faculty committees select certificate winners in up to twelve spe- cific academic fields. The committee then chooses students in each of four general study fields: Fine Arts, Liberal Arts, Science and Mathematics, and Vocational Arts. Scholastic ability is a major factor in the selection, although participation in school and community also is evaluated to show a student's total accomplish- ments. The Daughters of the American Revo- lution Award is chosen on the basis of leadership, patriotism, service to the school and the community, and de- pendability qualities. CSF LIFE MEMBERS FRONT ROW: Allan Baer, Cindy Aulwes, Kim Stevens, John Thomson BACK ROW: Pegi Pritchard, Jen- nifer Walhin, Glenda Sell, Tammy Hagan Tammy Hagan Bank of America Plaque Winner iScience and Mathematicsl DAR Good Citizen Award Melanie Irvine Bank of America Plaque Winner fVocational Arts? Senior Honors 33 WA . FUN 4. we-W.. ,ma W... ' f RICHARD GRATZINGER LOXIE A. GRAY SAM GRIJALVA LINDA S. HAGELBERG Q. TAMARAH K. HAGEN KERMIT T. HAINES ROD J. HAH. .IODI J. HANSON ! '34 Seniors 'lfifv SANDRA M. HARRIS STEVEN T. HARTERT xx .:,. --.W I M... . Tim McHugh daydream dufing lunch- KAREN M. HEINZE LORRIE A. HENDERSON BING CROSBY LEAVES LASTING IMPRESSIO Bing Crosby, noted singer and entertainer, as he appeared in 1970. Show Biz? 'AIt's been my life for 50 years. It's been a long, long pull and I've had great results. I can't complain if it stops tomorrow." Tomorrow came October, 1977 at the age of 73. He died of a heart attack after leaving the 18th hole of a golf course. Crosby was a singer: the typical crooner, who made 850 recordings in- cluding "White Christmas" at almost 40 million copies-the best selling singles of all time. Playing golf, plugging instant orange juice and making millions in a career that proved that being casual had its own rewards. Crosby is a man of all the moods in all the years you care to think about. We can measure our lives and circumstances by his songs. He has certainly been listened to by more people than anyone who ever lived. AMY HO KEVIN K. HOLDEN YT' 'ri' FLORENCE J. HENSON KATHY A. HENSON I JULIE M. HERITAGE RUDY C. HERRERA .IULEE A. HESSE CRAIG S. HITCHINS Seniors 35 MIKE D. HOOTMAN JEFFEREY D. HOSTETLER JAMES HOTALING ELAINE HOTSENPILLER 1. DEBBIE HUDGENS MARILYN L. HURLEY MELANIE IRVINE RAYMOND JENSON 9. .. Q, . .. gwfzp--.ix . . si , ,Hg ' R? :iff -if.-I C Maria Aliaga and Tammy Barton enthusiastically sing alma materl during rally. ' 'UH "' fbi ACN I 'P 415162:-'W ss- I CYNTHIA A. JOHNSON JOYCE A. JOHNSON RAE L. JOHNSON MIKE D. JOHNSTON 36 Seniors E JULIE M. KAKOURIS ANTHONY D. KAKUK NATHAN W. KAPEL DALE E. KARLEN RHGINALD KEMP JIM B. KENNARD l.ORI A. D. KENT CHERLYN D. KERMODE TOYMAKER CLIMBS T0 ATIONAL F ME ,..-4 -""' is : I ,,, ,,,w-..-'N '- .sf T 5 . F . 1 2? v Y George Willig enthuses crowd by climbing up New York tower. At 6:00 a.m., on May 26, 1977, New Yorkers gazed upward to a spot on the side of the World Trade Center tower in lower Manhattan. The "spot" was 27-year-old George Willig, a toy designer with a mountaineering background, who found that the building was "very appealing," and that "it was a per- sonal challenge." Willig made blocks to wear on his feet to help him climb up the vertical face of the 110 story tower. He was aided by scaffolding tracks used by the window-washers, and Iwo policemen whom he did not need, shown here on the plank to the right of Willig. By the time he completed the l,2l50 foot climb, it was 10:00 a.m., and a sizeable crowd had gathered helow, including several police officers. When he reached the roof, Willig was apprehended by the policemen, and was questioned and booked on criminal trespass, reckless endangerment, and dis- orderly conduct. It was originally planned for New York to fine Willig 3l'3250,000 in damages, but when Mayor lleame realized the "tower climber" had become somewhat of a hero, he decided it would be sufficient to fine him Sl .10-a penny for each floor, Seniors ii CINDY A. KERSBERGEN TAMI M. KIMPTON DAVID KLENK JOYCE L. KLINGBEIL .ar 1 4 flgwn' J JOHAN J. KOENIG i KAY C. KRUMM 3 it LAURA J. KUBICSEK DEBI J. LACEY 38 Seniors ,lily , 'Z .,, , ral, ,..f4"' ., I BRIAN C. KINZIE KIM A. KLAUCK 1 . 'Vim Using a desk for support, Javany Martinez is told his grade on a test if ' T , I... ., A - Tzfff GREG LAFRINERE .X T' A DAN C. LEARY xg. ' Senior Seek Future eholastie Success Us TINA M. LEHMAN SCOTT N. LESLIE iw. JILL S. LINEBERGER TERRIE K. LOE "', I . 'ITS I .gr .I ii S QQIV 5 - j . FIN -SW? fi vi gang 5 ine QT Mia' .QR it , in 'Q JV: Randy Peacock displays his natural acting ability during a rehearsal of Arsenic and Old Lace. ALEX J. LONG GARY LOPEZ ROBERT A. LAVATO RICK T. LUCK Seniors 39 40 Montview Five 0 thy' Qradua tes ChOS6'Il Every year five students from each Montview League school are chosen to be honored at the annual Montview League Honors Banquet. At Northview, the Scholastic Committee selected ten nominees based on their academic record and their variety of school activities. The faculty then voted on the top five they believed to be deserv- ing of this honor. The following students were se- lected to represent Northview at the banquet: Cindy Aulwes Busy with different aspects of school life, Cindy has been a Junior Class Legislator, varsity and junior varsity cheerleader, and treasurer of Thori- ans. She was an active member in her Sophomore, Junior and Senior Class Councils, VIKING staff, Pep Club, Girls' League, C.S.F., Rally Club and Thorians. She was awarded many honors includ- ing Senior Christmas Ball Princess, January Girl of the Month and voted by her class as the senior girl with the "Best Personality." For her high scholastic record, she was on the Principal's Hon- or Roll. Tammy Hagen Tammy, busy promoting Northview's spirit, had the responsibility of head junior varsity cheer- leader in her sophomore year and a varsity cheer- leader in her junior years. She held the office of Freshman Class Legislator and participated in Girls' League, Pep Club, Idunians, Rally Club, A.F.S., the N.C.T.E. Writing Contest, was Thori- ans' historian, and in her junior year was presi- dent of C.S.F. Tammy received many awards such as the D.A.R. Good Citizen Award, and the Floyd Myrick Award for the Most Improved in Math. Popular among her peers, she was voted Home- coming Queen, November Girl of the Month, and "Most Spirited" in Senior Best. For maintaining a high grade point average, Tammy was placed on the Principal's Honor Roll. Patsy Corrigan Along with being Editor-in-Chief of the VIKING '78, Patsy held the offices of Freshman Class Treasurer, Sophomore Class President, A.S.B. Coordinator of Special Events, and a freshman baseball statician. She participated in Girls' League, Art Club, the Accreditation Committee, the P.T.A. Covina Coordinating Council, and Girls' State. She was voted by her fellow students as Sophomore Christmas Ball Princess and "Done Most for the School" in Senior Best. For her out- standing grade point average, she has been on the Principal's Honor Roll. Gnd Qlulwes Rick Beck Throughout his four years at Northview, Rick was in- volved in C.S.F., N.V.T.V., band, been a member of the varsity track team, and the Band Section Leader and Publicity officer. He was awarded December Man of the Month by the Covina Lions Club, Outstanding Band Member, "Most Intelligent" in Senior Best, and the Floyd Myrick Award for the Most Promising in English. Rick was also on the Principal's Honor Roll for the past four years. Carole McQuillan Involved in student government, Carole held the office of Sophomore Class Legislator, A.S.B. Secretary of Corre- spondence, A.S.B. Coordinator of Elections and was in- volved with class councils. Carole was a member of Speech Club, VIKING staff, Litter Committee, and A.F.S. treas- urer in her junior year. She was a Girls' league representa- tive in her junior and senior years, and was a participant in the Capitol Youth Tour. She was honored by being voted the October Girl of the Month, Basketball Royalty Queen, and "Best All Around" in Senior Best. Also main- taining a high grade point average, Carole has been on the Principal's Honor Roll. fof Cjlflontviewf' "Eve: s F 6Ric1g "Beck, 'Patsy' Corrigaq, 1' 5 ,f m fy, 'N i .6 we Carole C7140 Quillazl Timmy' "Hagen KIMBERLY M. LUNDIN KEVIN D. MACK Stasia Moran rocks out during ensemble class. enio Awail New Type of Freedom DOUG MARGISON - X ., YOLANDA MARMOLEJO ROBERT MARSHALL, SHEILA M. MACHADO JUDI L. MARASCO ANTOINETTE R. MARINO MIKE A, MARL0 JAVANY J. MARTINEZ 42 Seniors LORRAINE MARTINEZ Q' MAURY K. MC CORD KAREN L. MC KINLEY CAROLE M. MC QUILLAN ROSA F. MARTINEZ ALEX MC CAIN JON W. MC CALL MARIAN A. MC CUTCHEON ELENA G. MC FANN TIMOTHY J. MC HUGH l M 1 JLMAf ' Spectators Torie Smith and Mike Hootman enjoy the excitement of Spirit Week. Seniors 43 W J x- 4' HELEN MEDINA LORENZA MEDINA CHRISTOPHER MENDEZfQf"' KATHY L. MEYER UU dw QT" GZ' MARIANN MILLER DENISE MIRANDA N.. f I I Ricky Cox imitates a vampire during band practice. 44 Seniors BECKY D. MOORE PHILIP G. MOCSI LESLIE L. MOLASH ROXANE MOORE ANASTASIA MORAN SCOTT S. MORENO Senior Contemplale Pbgher Education . 0 F . ff fl .: DAN A. MORGAN I LUC L. MORISSET 'tr' The gavel in his hand helps Reg Kemp to keep the class in order. ' X 1 GENE MORRILL NED W. MORRIS BIB DEANNA J. MORRISON CINDY L. MOSCARELLI f . .Ee. . -'-JS.. Monica Nichols prepares her hair before taking senior portrait.. SANDRA L. MUENCH JULIE M. MURPHY bf .I Seniors 45 lA x... i 1- I, ,' L!- T T1 A I .. 457,75 - .xy - , w-,, ,,2?.,Lf I if ' v. My 2 : 3' 5 AXE A . U 'gf MOST Terry Boudreau and Class of '78 Selects Aw QC: 'GEOWN 94 rsiifhi 5 PM - X ,vG, . otable Senior?-S A few major changes ocurred in the procedure for choosing Senior Best this year. Since in past years less then 4095 of the Senior Class voted, a limit was set. One hundred or more peo- ple had to vote in order for the categories to count. As the num- ber of votes was counted, the seniors went over the set limit, recording the largest turnout in years. Also, the actual voting process was altered so it was difficult for anyone to vote more than once. As seniors entered room L-1, a PTA member checked their names off an IBM printout sheet fcontaining names of everyone in the Sen- ior Classl and distributed the write-in ballots. Traditionally, the ten categories that received the largest number of votes were acknowledged. This year, however, because the votes were so close the top twelve categories were filled. K Mike DiMaio i REGGIE JACKSON POWERS YANKS TO SERIES VICTORY Reggie Jackson, the heralded right fielder who plays for the New York Yankees, led the Yanks to a 1977 World Series victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Jackson knocked out six home runs in the series to set a record for the most roundtrippers hit in the summer spectacular. He hit three of them in the final game, two of those off Dodger ace Tommy John. This tied the record for most home runs in a series game which was set in 1926 by Babe Ruth, one of the greatest home run hitters of all time. Jackson's regular season was a disappointing one, due mostly to mana- gerial conflicts and disputed contract negotiations. The season was one of his lowest in batting average and run production, although he was in the race for most home runs. After Jackson hit his third homer of the final game, the fans gave him a standing ovation. When the game was over, pandemonium struck and the stadium went wild. Jackson fought his way into the dugout and was faced with the questions of several reporters. He was told that by achieving this record, people were comparing him with names such as Babe Ruth and Ty Cobb. When asked how he felt about this, the true Reggie Jackson answer- ed, "I'm just glad that on one day, I had a day like those guys did." JOHN D. NELSON DANIEL J. NEWMAN JFS MONICA J. NICHOLS PAULA K. NICHOLS 48 Seniors y 1 Reggie Jackson bows to the New York fans after hitting his third home runs in the final game of the 19'l7 World Series. CATHE L. NICKELSON 'JACKIE L. NORTON MARY E. O'HANLON RICK J. OLDHAM rl LYNETTE G. OROZCO MARK E. PASTOR 'JERRY PATTERSON QT. RANDY PEACOCK TERRI L. PETRIS DARYL L. PICKERING MARK A. PLATT Q"""'v : Zi PENNY M. POEPPING Dan Morgan waits in room C-2 to get ready for his Senior picture in the midst of a hot summer afternoon. SCOTT D. PATTERSON GUS A. PIZARRO Crit A PATRICIA L. PLUMMER is F 2 K JUDY M. POOLE Seniors 49 PETE PORTER 1' TERRI M. PRIMANTE PEGI PRICHARD DIANA L. RALEIGH 50 Seniors KATHY RAMIREZ RICHARD I. RAMOS PAMELA N. RASMUSSEN TAMMY S. RAYFEILD '78 Completes Mandatory Education TERRY L. REED 13 BRENDA L. REEVES Pam Cartwright explains to Carole McQuillan the new layout style for yearbook. 'N GUNTER REISINGER KATHY A. REY KENNETH RICE ROGER L. RIOS 19+ we JOHN F. RIPOLY ' RALPH RIVADENEYRA TIMOTHY E. ROE ' I nn" I Senior Bob Worman waits behind underclassmen to check a library book. MARTINA ROMERO BRIAN ROOF Seniors 51 FIRST SPACE SHUTTLE TESTED FOR FUTURE The Spaceshuttle aboard its mother ship DERRICK G. ROSE LIZ ROTH BECKY RUIZ JIM D. SAINZ V 52 Seniors In 1977, America began testing its first space shuttle, the Enterprise, in pre- paration for future shuttle service. The Enterprise is the first of five shuttles to be built by the Space Division of Rock- well International in Downey. The 75 ton spaceplane, sitting on top of its mother ship, a modified Boeing 747 jet, was designed to return to earth at the end ofa space flight without either jet or rocket engines, saving energy and materials. The Enterprise has undergone several test flights and still has more to make. The first test on August 12th, 1977, was mostly to demonstrate its ability to glide safely to a landing. Each test was more rigorous than the one before. In the second test, the Enterprise was taken 24,000 feet above the Mojave Desert and guided through long banking, and steep diving turns, after taking off from the mother ship. In later tests, the landing of the spacecraft, after breaking through the earth's atmosphere, was guided by astronauts using the ship's speed and altitude during their descent to earth. Space engineers call this technique "en- ergy management." The first shuttle Hight boosted by its own rocket engines and a brace of solid- propellant motors, is now set for 1979. ELLEN RowLAND TEDDY L. RUBIO A JIM V- SALSMAN GABRIEL A. SANCHEZ QA ff, DANE K. SCHAITERER ANNE SCHLEEF BRENDA L. SCHREINER JEFFREY J. SCHUBERT x UNM A ' .q l 'f ' ,,,. 'H-2 , L BECKY S. SCOTT GLENDA M. SELL Q was Don Stinnett takes a final glance at his chemistry notes before the semi-final. KN-. if X MARIA D. SERRATO EVA S. SETTLES ' 1 JESSICA E. SHEEHAN LINDA SHIELDS KENNETH SHIMELS . ui Seniors 53 0 thjfcseniorcg Rewarded Each year Girls' League sponsors an awards program in which they choose ten outstanding senior girls to honor as "Girls of the Monthsf, From these ten girls, one is selected to be honored above all as the "Girl of the Year." In September, all senior girls were reminded by student bulletins to turn in to the Career Center, applications stating all school and commun- ity activities they had participated in while attending Northview. Two Girls' League representatives from each class gathered monthly to review applications and choose a girl to be recognized for that particular month. At a rally held during the same month, this girl was announced and pre- sented with the traditional yellow rose and engraved silver bracelet. In the past, the representatives chose from the ten "Girls of the Months," the girl they believed to be most deserving of the title of t'Girl of the Year.'l Searching for a fairer method, a point system was estab- lished, in which points were awarded for each activity tand totaled by ad- visors Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Lichty. Having the highest total points, Tammy Hagen was named 'KGirl of the Year". Starting at Northview in leadership as a freshman legislator, Tammy went on to become head J.V. cheer- leader, and a two year Varsity cheerleader. She was also a member of Thorians for two years, Girls' League, and president of C.S.F. in her junior year. Active in a surprising variety of activities, Patti Plummer was selected to be the first Girl of the Month in September. Patti played the leading female role in two drama productions at Northview, was a J.V. cheer- leader, a two year Songleader, and Girls, League president. The November girl, Carole McQuillan, concentrated her interests in leadership as a soph- omore legislator, A.S.B. Coordinator of Elections, and A.S.B. Secretary of Correspondence. Carole was also a Girls, League representative and a two year member of the Viking staff. Monica Nichols, interested in both sports and leadership, was named the December girl. At Northview, Monica played varsity tennis for four years, varsity and J.V. basketball, and varsity badminton. In class poli- tics she was vice-president of both her junior and senior class. January's girl, Cindy Aulwes, was a J.V. cheerleader in her sophomore year and a Varsity cheerleader as a senior. Cindy was also a junior class legislator, a Girls' League representative, and involved in the production of the year- book as a two-year member of the Viking staff. Working in leadership as a sophomore and junior class legislator, and pep as a Flagtwirler, Debi Clement was the February choice. Participating in athletics, Debi played varsity badminton for three years and J.V. vol- leyball in her junior year. A.S.B. Coordinator of Pep, Thorian vice-presi- dent, and Rally club president Jennifer Dorr was honored in the month of March. Jennifer was on the drill team in her freshman and sophomore years, and interested in baseball, a freshman, J.V. and varsity baseball statistician. Active in athletics, Barbara Wing, the April girl, played on the varsity volleyball team for three years, the varsity basketball team for three years, and the J.V. and varsity softball teams. Barbara also played in the band for three years, was Markliniants vice-president, and G.A.L.S. president in her senior year. Dedicating herself to interests within NorthvieW's Fine Arts department, Melanie Irvine, Mayls girl, served as Art Club treasurer in her junior year, vice-president her senior year, and was a member of the band for three years, serving as secretary all three years. Outside of the department, Melanie was active in Marklinians, and served as a junior class legislator. Holding the positions of A.S.B. Coordinator of Pep as a junior, and A.S.B. Treasurer as a senior, Roxane Moore was the girl selec- ted for June. During her four years at Northview, Roxane acted in one drama production, worked on the Viking staff for two years, and was a J.V. cheerleader as a sophomore. lr November-TAMMY HAGEN GIRL OF THE YEAR September-PATTI PLUMMER ,,,.....v' December-MONICA NICHOLS by'QirIc5 'Teague ' J anuary-CINDY AULWES February-DEBI CLEMENT March-J ENN IFER DORR April-BARBARA WING ,JT May-MELANIE IRVINE June-ROXANE MOORE K Girls Of The Months 55 LORI A. SINDT STEVE G. SKOIEN LINDA L. SMITH VICTORIA F. SMITH Seniors Glenda Sell, Debbie Zeman, Monica Nichols, Tammy Barton and Maria Aliaga, add to senior spirit in competition yells at rally. ANET GUTI-IRIE ANCES I RACING ORLD Janet Guthrie, who last year became the first woman to compete in the NASCAR Grand National Race opened two more doors for women this year. On Memorial Day, she became the first woman to com- pete in the famous Indianapolis 500. Con- tinuing her advancement in a traditional- ly men's profession, she became the first woman to compete in the Grand National at Darlington International Raceway in South Carolina on Labor Day. A day earlier, engine problems kept Miss Guth- rie from attempting to qualify. Before tak- ing her two laps for times she had to take the rookie test, which consisted of driving a few laps at better than 130 miles per hour. After qualifying for the Grand Na- tional, Miss Guthrie was scheduled to run in the California 500 for Indianapolis- type cars at the Ontario Raceway. JIMMY M. SOLIS STEVE SOLIS JAN I. SOTORSKE DAWN STANFIELD 56 Seniors ,- Higgs? .... i gy ff I an I1 6 if N15 "HIV 1? A A I f, , T "SM .4 , Janet Guthrie cools off during a pit stop. li 5--Q QT Th TERRI L. STEINERT KIMBERLY L. STEVENS DONALD R. STINNETT REGINALD A. STONE po. All SCOTT E. STONESTREET JANICE ST. SAUVER LIZ SUAREZ JIM T. SWEET FRED E. TENNISON DAWN M. THOMPSON DEBBIE J. THOMPSON JOHN R. THOMPSON Seniors 51 SUSAN D. THREADGILL LISA M. TOLEDO Peter Porter checks dimensions for drafting assignment. MARIA M. TOLEDO ROBERT B. TORRES During a Spirit Week contest, Terry Boudreau watches as Lori Medina is drenched with water by teammate. 58 Seniors JEFF S. TOWNSLEY ROBERT L. TRAVIS 'S DAVE B. TURNER YVONNE D. VALDEZ Seniors Analy e True M otives JENIFER J. WAHLIN VICKIE L. WALKER fit 1 s ersa seara A me Melinda Berry cuts material to pattern as she prepares to make a dress. KAY L. WANER KEVIN T. WARENDORP if Q1 ' fm ,M , 1 f , 4 GARY WATERS ROBIN WATSON Jl,Yl.IE L. WAYER UAHRIE R. WELLIVER 59 Y . Y ,H , Disneyland Pro ideas All .IANICE L. WILKERSON MARTY W. WILLIAMS 60 Seniors FRONT ROW: Lori Medina, Terry Boudreali. SECOND ROW:'iDan Morgan,',Tim Roe, Jeff,Hosetetle1yJerry Patterson,V,Tom Wood,Gene Celayag Kieth Allen, Marilyn Hurley, Sam Grijalva,,3'Chris Babakitis, Bob MarshallJSteve Solis Mike Cohenffoni Moreno,,Jim Sainz, Chris Mendez, Ann Cauby, Eva Settles. THIRD ROW: Mark Platt,,4 Patsy Corrigan, Patti Plummer,lTerri Primante, Carole McQuillan,,Kim Klauck,, Karen Heinze, Maria Aliaga,,,Melanie Irvine, Kim Stevens, Mia Adair, Judy Morasco, Terri Steinert, Kay Werner, Darren Flagg, Jim Boada, John Nelson, Mike DeMaio, Craig Hitchens, Roxane Moore, Johan Koenig, Jim Kennard, Julie Murphy, Debbie Zeman, Tammy Hagan, Jeff A- bramowitz. FOURTH ROW: Torrie Smith, Cindy Aulwes, Susan Wilson, Tami Wopat, Tammie Barton, Monica Nichols, Debi Clement, April Clark, Laura Gillespie, Susan Threadgill, Tim Croushore, Steve Hartert, Scott Leslie, Ron Bunning, Ricky Cox, Rick Beck, John Thom- son, Jim Salsman, Kelly Barton. FIFTH ROW: Robert Travis, Ellen Rowand, Joyce Johnson, Ann Schleef, Cherlyn Kermode, Jonna Zimmer, Linda Smith, Jeannie Henson, Barb Wing, Jackie Norton, Jill Lineburger, Fred Crosby, Terri Reed, Ted Rubio, Ben Garcia, Litticia Barragon, Rosa Martinez, Lori Kent, Paula Nichols. SIXTH ROW: Cindy Brown, Marc Brigman, Liza Braveman, Dan Leary, Helen Medina, Diane Argel, Kim Baker, Bill Gonzales, Nelson Duenas, Maury McCord, Jodi Hanson, Patty Valencia, Susan Allen, Jan Sortorsky, Laura Kubicek, BACK ROW: Mark Rizkowski, Elena McFann, Jessica Sheehan, Jeff Sherbert, Christy Bilby, Linda Browning, Gilbert Garcia, Stasia Moran, Beth Finnigan, David Fuentes, Sandy Harris, Stacy Bell, Lori Bishop, Sheila Machado, Scott Moreno, Cindy Fernando, Steve Skolen. ,nr- fb' .I Y A Yi: I A, 13, X V I 7 5YfT'i""l' fl? 3 .JAMES J. WELLS CHRISSY A. WEssoL KENNETH L. wEsTERvooRDE DIANE R. WILDER RONNIE D. WILLIAMSON GARY A, WILLIS ight Party Facility The main purpose of the Senior Class Council was to make prepara- tions for the "All Night Party," an annual event taking place in June, following the graduation ceremonies. The Senior "All Night Party' committee, which consisted of parents, faculty, and interested seniors, held a poll in which seniors were given an opportunity to vote for their choice of tentative party locations. The most popular choice was to have the party on a ship, but the parents, making the final decision, chose Disneyland. Many seniors were unhappy with the decision and tried desperately to change the location. Due to Disneyland's efficient security system, the parents felt that it was the best place for the party, and held firm to their decision. In January, Mr. Ballard met with the Senior Class officers and legis- lators, Tammy Barton, Cindy Fernando, Melanie Irvine, and Mark Platt. After a long discussion, it was agreed that the negative attitude had to be changed, and that the Disneyland decision needed support. To raise money for the Senior Banquet, the seniors held a dance. The officers, aided by advisors Mrs. Joyce Mooneyhan and Mr. Maury Greer, worked to sell tickets and concessions. Because the "All Night Party" takes place after graduation it is not considered to be a school function, therefore, all activities to raise funds for the party must be conducted off campus. JAMES R. WORMAN PAUL WYNHAMER X n ROBERT YRIARTE DEBORAH L. ZEMAN ma, SUSAN K. WILSON BARBARA J. WING 3 THOMAS V. WOOD TAMI L. WOPAT LUCILLE R. YANEZ BARRY S. YOUNG BELEN ZEPEDA JOHNNA L. ZIMMER E s un--,,.l'f flut- student artists, the school year is or the students artwork, from that reproduce well oose from the many pieces 13355 S I 'en and ink drawingfM. C Pastel drawinglM. 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'L ,I , ,wwf " , 4 . , : i't James Bennett Steve Bennett Mike Birdsong Edward Blackwell Cindy Blanco Rudy Blanco Jackie Blandino Alberto Boada Karen Boling Jemima Bolt Yvonne Bradley Tracy Brandenburg Gary Breceda Cindy Breilein Timothy Brennan liarry Brock Jessica Brooks Charles Brown Connie Brown Cindy Bruno - w . . keli iiklk ' iii it C A .. Q C J MQ C, V Wi A " J , 5 ' K e ,i ,Q ff? 6 af li A f 1 4 , v X1 l V ,1,, , 'L ,C T 'S 'viii ' A xg , ,-,Q Aire C . lg - 1 ,M C I it 7441.1 f ,, f -,Q f X H, S Q., Z 1 Y 4- 1 I fx .3 4 9' ' fa 1 ' K we fi xi A , 1 'V' l i i gs H FP' . A x ,V 4 , . f 7 2C a. :-, ll' , ff5fY ffj,?:,. - ' AA k i.iieC M y iyyyeiii CC C C Q f C -C 1 X W 1, . ' Cg r, 1 V C ,i,,, 2 9 C, Q C Ci L , V5 5 C , ni 4. N 19 , V J N v N' V! C E 7 i' Q K, gy, C X fl t fe , N rf 63 S Maria Aceves Bonnie Adams Danny Adams Laura Agopian Evert Aguilar Maria Akers Aundria Alcaraz John Allen Lilia Alvarez Sheri Anderson Steve Anderson Craig Ansman Angel Aparicio Susan Aparicio Robin Archibald Dorothy Avey Dean Bachman Anna Baldonado Marty Balibrea Edward Barber Helen Barker Steven Barna Sandy Barton Randy Beck Joseph Becker Debbie Beebe Deann Beer Barbara Bennet Bryan Bruun Sheri Burkovich Brian Butler . Joe Callahan A J Howard Campbell Janelle Carlson . if C i my r, r X 1 , - q jgik rf.:-. J 4' 1 .Q ,. we-Egg 3, 1? K 1. . A5 ? . l g Bernadine Carreon Tony Carrillo ' Colleen Cassidy fiilifr I X -Z gg. N Wg, - I 'Wk 4. if 'vz '- :ef . ,.x5.x t ,X 4 Q 'X in S A F sv. W. V, Qi J' i a . 1, . ,tQ53', .1 'Wing' . f ..-A ax W :I ., L ri r ff 'f Margarita ' :mE'm ' Castaneda i P L K r Pete ,Castro llzll li g I L A A Gail Cato 3 W A. 53- Tim Cauhy A Nl Lynn Cestari is Jim Chapman V Dee Chase bf. ig E5 X' Carmen Chavez R X Jesse Chavez W" ' X fri 21' 1 . . . l t5'i-ills i"" "21f'Y' X Harold Teunisse and friend discuss class fficers how nvolvement, pirit One of the major projects of the Junior Class of- ficers is to plan the Junior-Senior Prom and taking part in the preparations were President Dean Gal- legos, Vice-President Val Consolo, Secretary Mona Quammen, and Treasurer Nancy Feilen. Dean Gallegos enjoys helping out in activities at school such as designing program covers and illustrating megaphones for cheer. His above average ability in art makes this an easy task. Dean also enjoys skiing, playing golf, and swim- ming. Valerie Consolo, a member of Girls' League and the Rally Club, enjoys the game of volleyball and loves the beach. She wants to encourage the stu- dent body to become more active in cleaning up our school and make the litter problem obsolete. Val also spends time skiing. Later, in college, Val plans to major in psychology. Mona Quammen, in her position as secretary, would really like to promote involvement. Mona thinks this school would be more unified if a great- er number of students would participate in school activities. ,Mona is a member of Girls' League, Marklinians, and is a Rally Club chairman. She enjoys painting, writing, poetry, and meeting people. She also loves to travel to places where she's never been. Nancy Feilen is very involved in school activities and is a member of Marklinians, Rally Club, GALS, and Girls' League. She enjoys snow skiing, bike riding, going to the beach, and water skiing. Nancy participates in several team sports at Northview including basketball and volleyball. She is a fine athlete as well as a concerned student. 72 Juniors gr ' "" ii i ' Vice-President Valerie Consolo ltopl, Secretary Mona Quammen fmiddlel, Treasurer Nancy Feilen lbuttoml. Not Pictured, President Dean Gallegos. Z? n J F Q! Q E W 'hx i t R ez. hz 2' , FFLQ, - ' 1 , z " , 1' Q 5 . 1" i - ..' -4z.41-wif . i Xe ,i.L it .L,i t i 1 NiM'4 J , xx l lm A' JN Y W i U A notes with senior Ron Bunning. Fi ll Tz z. . " x G x X -, Ti an - B X K f X QQ -..Ms X K 1 -f.11 A1 1-' r , L Q v L7 .wg A L L - ' I F iitrr ' 1 Q- cc e A Q' iii 1 1 . to A JX e f 2 '. it 'l 7' 1? . " . if 1 f "f, hir c Lf i C-a s L :ifM"" "Sill F5192 c.: Q lhi 1'f 1 m N j jfg Qf', i c M i Q . jg 5Z': ' i 77 L A m, , ,. Q PK v If 11 'aww it 'f Q 'f J EA . ' llrff, t iiw N "4 m , . i f A xr i , i . . ' t ,Q ,-" 'f ,O F " .ig 9-,l , fc ' .- xf X , Z .. ,, . .C get C. l rw ' XS -if 1 in ' ,qi 'u e' -2 f 5 2 - .ff 0 , -5"" 1,-,'-,mf - sp- , - .R mix, :gp 'W . A .-1 9 " , .V 0 bf K - yu:- gkiu. A li ve David Curtis Ralph Curty Joe Custer Debra Daniel Robert Davis Nancy Dawson Bill Delap Fernando Delarosa Coleen Detevis Dave Devogelaere Mike Dirienzo Mike Drexler Phillis Dubois Vicky Duenas Ron Dunwoody Lynn Durfey Joe Durocher Michele Dyer Earl Engelhardt Fred Espey Craig Espimda Ellen Evans Victor Fabris Kay Fairhurst Rick Fairhurst Patrick Fay Nancy Feilen Kristen Files Alice Finchum Kevin Fleming Phil Fraijo Glen Frobose Dean Gallegos Roberta Gallegos Bonny Ganschow David Garcia Teri Garcia Ron Garkow Nancy Garretson Lynn Geringer Vivian Gibson Janis Gilbert Howard Clarey Ken Coble Vickie Colvin Christi Colwell Cheryl Combs Steve Comfort Laurene Compomizzi Tony Comstock Carla Cooper David Cooper . Madeline Cordero Barbara Corry Helen Glass Chris Gloudeman Blanca Gonzales ' Natalie Costantino SV Shirlee Cox . Debbie Craig p ,y um Pam Crippen Yi 'if' Angie Cruz X '-f g Craig Cunninghamm . A ..,,, ' f ' i 31 Peg? , us ' K 'ti ZZ?- ggi, 1 g x si' i is' 555 X Q is 3' x Diane Gonzales Jim Gonzalez Beckie Goodman N 5-4 Leigh Anderson overcomes her l,Q'Ambruoso's speech class. gem ag .,,a5.- , i , wg, Mi' N V Brad Gordon oe.Gosnelfl' ,N Qulvskr VJ Tom Gray Debbie Graziane Jim Grodirant Harry Gurrero Pauline Guillory Heidi Gustauson Danny Gutib Phil Hahn Maureen Hailey Jennifer Haines Cyndi Hall Linda Hall Nancy Hammond John Haney Scott Hanson Robert Haralson Mike Hardy Dave Hasemeyer Jeff Hasty Darlene Hawkins Ernie Heim Fred Henderson Susan Henry Mike Hernandez Tim Hessong Mark Hibbs Sharyl Higgins Jerry Holder Delene Holt Mike Horn Claudia Horsley Gary Horton Cheryl House Colleen Hughes Richard Hunt Cindy Hurst Barbara lrven Mike Jaime Ron Jarvis Ray Jensen Brenda Johnson Mike Johnson Steve Johnson Mason Jones Shauna Kapel Eric Kaplan David Keller 74 Juniors X X he Q-, ft peach, American i lii There are many things that contribute to this third iiii s-i, y,yi Q year in high school. One specific course of study QV"':f "T yygg , which is sometimes dreaded, is speech class. North- .fj V V V VV it view High School requires this class for graduation l'251 1 To some, it is hard to present themselves to a clasj i of all eyes watching every move. But more over, it i. ortr :V,g most beneficial to you. It can build confidence improve over-all communication, and, if you are L T S ' college bound, it can help you learn to express your- jg cony S l if , self in a mature manner in both writing and speak- "t' mg' l iiii ' hl Vii' V ss i J V1 Another mandatory class is American History. The J Ji' X i H content of the class is from the Civil War to present " cf r. , i ' day. With this classpcompleted you are closer to the i e Kvri ' 'lip f' , A end Of a junior Year- K J if s This is also the year when students have an op- sra portunity Vto apply forVthe1r dr1ver's license. With a 'i" yt L y V ' o lg kind of fright you subject yourself to Va driver s test, if V gp V V, but when 1t,S through the pressure is replaced by E V ji V 5 't 1 satisfaction and excitement. Hopefully now you get -fo llf QWS . gzyyigv ,V es.. ty ,1 as a car and life is complete. K 7 V f'ff ' J With a class effort, the Juniors sponsor two dancei l . ifc. ,J which raise money for the Prom. This is very im aaaa portant and gfatifring- The PM can be H. was V memorable and enjoyable event. These are J t al gf fl A V r f V. few of the many special happening irzvolved 'n the .sin f ii r iis rfefi L s is 1 " JUHi0r year- ' VV, lli X, S . ,.... ff ,f,,..M.,-f"'f1,g, l in "',,i iiri ' 1 X 'fi , 1 iii P , Q J Q . na 'S ' . M T 'ce Vg "i' ci V f'i VV ' ' ff' VV V, y, ,,..,,.. .. .,,,,. e 4 ,R R R QM 535355 V .A Jw . 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' , fr ff V x 5x.'f5 '. an Xxx il i A 1 funn. lv Li' Jerald Kelly Kraig Kemp Danni King Karen King Mike Kinzie Joann Kirsch Joan Kirsch Terese Klauck Colleen Klee Dorothy Klenk Chip Knapp Richard Knott Cindy Kongstvedt Keith Krueger Virgini Krug Leanne Kuehn Nanette Labadie Linda Lackey Pat Laciste Marvin Lafrinere iz ir J-if Wa Z f' , , ,,,.4 va-f, ,. ' r 2 g 1 sig' 'M I 4 ij i rf e . ' X, 4 1 f fr ,N .f -f 4 Q Lv at ' yy r stray cat found in PE. 831' e il Cindy Shields helps Mike Nelson work on his engine. i - A l JL pg: ii? ,fp 2 V 'Q Q Z2 ,f J ,GZ rl V 1 4- QQ F12 " as '55 l , X, X " li J 1 X W 2 y ny 5-. Y' J' 1 U Q' sm. 'A Houshmand Lalepour Jackie Land Tommi Land Chuck LaPresto Scott Lau Sheryl Lavigne Roland Lewis Jim Lieben Joe Link Linda Lively Dehy Luckwood Jackie London Jodi Long Karen Lookinbee Beverly Lopez Jerry Lovell Larry Lowe Thelma Lowe Mike Lugo Calol Mackey Andrea Mamola Cora Manno Richard Manqueros Malia Marroquin Juniors 1 l .. FRONT ROW: Cindy Rafe, Valerie Consolo, Linda Lackey, BACK ROW: Nancy Feilen, Michele Mundt, Dean Gallegos, and Ramona Quammen. Lori Marthe Cheryl Masterson Robin McGuire Jean Mclver Sharon McKee Louise McNair Pam Meeker Randy Mendoza Vw . .- vw 'ZA 1 A 2 ! , Z as Q EQ I i , r' 1 n Q af, 'f I X X , , muy, , W, 1: wc- A H- - ,, "" ,r,- J f- , lyz , 'W if fe ' I. -' - 'wr-fran. rr, , . uninrs elect Balboa Per '77-'78 Prom ite Making the Junior-Senior Prom a success was the underlying responsibility of this year's Junior Class Council. During the sum- mer, the members of Class Council dedicated their time and ef- forts to finding the perfect location for the prom, and organizing' numerous details. Class Council sponsored such fundraising activities as Frisbee, pickle, candy, and class button sales, car- washes, plus the sale of screen print t-shirt iron-ons. The Coun- cil reserved a room at the Balboa Pavillion toward the end of sum- mer, 1977, and chose the band as early as October. The Pavillion served as a beautiful- location for the prom, overlooking a moonlit beach. A new twist was added to the prom by serving a buffet style dinner with a pleasing variety of entrees. With the help of advisors Ms. Gamez and Mr. Contreras, the Junior Class Council proved to be industrious in arranging the prom and providing an enjoyable evening for all who attending. 3 Jim Mesa Dennis Meyer ,,,- Laura Mies " ,ge , I,-, John Miller ,V in Sharon Miller V , ,X e V E V 3 V vexlae J ' " M i , e c't we J David Miranda , V . V f f Q ,V 1 , Rick Montez 'ii I r F .W 1 Terry Moore A,- ' 4. Vf t' Natalie Mora ' ,"' , ' I V, - wg , f Chris Morhardt e 7 ii I V t .. Q J 5 X ' ., I " x , . i .,., , i 'f ,., VV V Cheryl Morrill 'ff , ,VV V t A VV 2 Glenda Mosey 7 ' " , A V "', " ' 'V Chuck Moxham ' 55 I V V V if" V Michele Mundt - i x Vi , 4, V g ,V P ' V may John Murphy A yt 5 4 ,4 'A gala , . '-- rv- V' ' fi at 'E 'eee af 1 ,le erf'1e?bf , f 'A i'i Shirley Ney Q' c A . , 4 N we l Neal Oldham f 4 - Delois Ostarch , ' 'v ' ' V, ," Q , ' V Laurel Otto ' J ' if . J ew M4 . ei " t new Joe Oyhenart 5 V it H is ' Chris Pasquale f 1 'd HJ ' A 'V' V - 4 Donna Pastor 4 'i , 5 if VI :Y 'L James Paterson Y ,, 2 V ? , ,.. N. I , Donna Peavy QV 'X U L., VVV, f l .4 f -e " Mary Peterson ,, ' Q , V V ,, 17, V, ' V ' VV A Ron Peterson ,,,V5,VV,g V . if ec , " ' V, V e 1 W - Adriana Pizar VV-QV' V af f Vg f T' , , we : 1 ev Q . - 4 ,i 1.ll.ffii lil 4 A ' I z'-1 n 5 A PT J 'Eagan X Y ES is 'wi 3 , I E . N, 4 SSS 3 sig, X-u 4 s x Vi fQ-3 N. lluring brunch, Juniors Bonnie Adams and Sandra ,Lpirit Week activities. -- A sr E f or g -, ,. 5 X ir s X ., s Y s I l E 1 1 5? IA ff. I ia? ' . is L J V i i wa A K 1 A 'J i will-'QSXX ,i:,, . 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JJ, Kevin Schneider Q 3g' N' 1 ..' l 'K ,IJ Q 1-'gg Debbie Schulz X .A N U M A Blair scott gf, ,, . l -A Tim Scott Q E X N 'X L if ' ' Cyndi Seybert Q. 5 3 669 'Eff Sharon Shaw Cindy Shields Kristi Similar John Simpson Ron Skavaril Dave Slazenski Ruth Solis Anna Sothern Risa Stephenson Kelly Stewart Lori Stewart Desi Stinnett Charlie Platt Deanna Plouffe Greg Power Tanna Primante Paul Purkhiser Janice Quodrozzi Anthony Qualiato Ramona Quammen Cindy Rafe Steve Ramirez Ray Ramos Jeff Rangel Teresa Reed Lori Reis Rick Rios Nick Ripoly Chuck Ritz Dawn Robertson Donald Roscoe Paul Rountree Cindy Rubin Lori Rummel Bob Ryman Bill Sams Liz Sanchez Lori Sanchez Albert Sarinana George Sarkissian Debbie Ulrich concentrates on building typing speed and accuracy. Juniors 77 uniurs End ear lunior Mike Dirienzo steals a quiet moment to drink his Slurpee. Brent Stone Carolyn St. Ours Bruce Stout Rich Stroud John Studabaker Chris Stuve Josie Tan Terry Terwilliger Harold Teunisse Dave Thatcher Carolyn Thomas Melanie Thompson Annette Thorson LeAnn Tice Karl Tolar '78 luniors D W ',g, Z I, M A ,p lnli I it 4 ky W irt T llt fl 2 f " "i 5 K lrr K T I M Ki vi , e P ,fe A 1" " 4 ui? ,QY, 1 My xiii: 1 x f t it X K ,1 ner M 43,3 X ' J T ' 1 i.. an ',:'f a n '-'i Z' ' t ii ici-KYII, V , itoe ' rf' o fr' rri ' V ' ,. ,L rl'i 27, errs 32, 1 4 ith nticipatiun Alberta Trott Greg Turner Dee Tustin Bill Tyler Kirk Tyler Debbie Ulrich Bunny Van Onselen Kuy Vehawn Ken Weise Jenny Whipple Mike White Teresa White Kevin Wilkinson Judith Willcox Darcy Willis Bob Wing Beverly Workman Steve Worthington Tim Wright Melvin Yard Jeff Young Rick Young Debbie Zehm ttst ff- J, ,I 1 M id 1: ',-'ff' , V' """' l ttei MW I Q " 1 as 4. f , A . A a , My ,C- h N J J , ici 'X K ' 1 zo, :www if I , - r M .V ' ii 1 7 rrr f ,J i ., . Q V 'i I fi K' 1 ,ry vw, . xx A 4' -, f J , I ,i , AMA CWA 6 1 fy I 4 ff: iv NARA JA' X X 1 ,- H 7 B ' 1-1 ff , 2 'ire X' I it 4 Va 5' ' " 1 t 9 5 is , QQ , Ji QV we f X wx ff' xx y . ,ti 'K ' QMQX X H Mig , my 4 E I f 44 f ,K 4, ' M V X n ,x as Q .13 ri 4 J 1, , . :A , 'E W X X 'tg' in l A 1' I ',.- ,E,gffg,gs,, ,,1:,,f,,f'wfQszx lssfewffn " ' .,,,. ,,,. ,, , .ww wr W ,., ,. sv: ,f,,,f ro.-. ,,., Kim , ,. , we -f-f V 11: F ff r W Ml' - aizilf AE. Q g Q Y iz-ox i 1 if Mg W i n iw: ,W ' gmt, ,.. fs. ' L , I 1 - ..,,,, 'iz' Laura Mies studies a chemistry chart while Risa Stephenson completes her lab questions. Z, l V v,,. '80 Displays True Viking Linda Curd and Naomi Chavez discuss G.S.R. Worksheet. 55? fl t 3 B lp -N gt!! if 'Y f A f i,.. f f r. t A ' Q X ffl? B t - fifii K Q A . A , A in K r ii X at i - ' if '-1. g l ' ' Elsa it . x R li .W , ' A B Q. 1 X siiii PL. . i . Sie . S , if to - E , K USN 1 f fi -wi? Eva Bajan Teresa Balazs Mike Barbera Susan Barker Steve Barklow Elizabeth Barrera Ray Barrera Bill Belding Cindy Bell Dolores Bennington Lori Berard Greg Bischoff Mark Blondi Ron Bonner Tammy Booze Dave Boyer Eric Breceda Vicki Brown Kari Bruse Rusty Buford C H- sw 1 l , QQ? 'iii' 3 ,Ng .K Ms L V 1 '-'W rf is 'wt A ii""' A i f .f fx- , , . A ,1- ,,-----f ld-P' Pride g ul 'ar-: . H ' 1 yi X' wuq sl, - V ' 1 a .' l xl i ii'iii ..ii. if i i Wffil. il I Laika, A iii t iffxfi X 'A lf... c5S,v1i -. , 5' cf ' iio FJ Q 'f x gig B .t A is, f ' 'X 'l ,nl X 4 i 3 1 Kathy Adams Randy Adams Patti Agent Jim Aguilar Bill Allen Robert Anderson Tom Anderton David Arguelles Dave Aulicino Rebecca Ausmus Sandy Avalos Lori Baguley Renee Burgess John Burhans Luana Burkert Veronica Burrola Irene Cadiz Sharon Cady Tami Cagle Dawn Cantu Eric Carreon Tom Cary Cathy Castellanos Carlos Castro Ray Catania Robin Cation Fred Ceschini Sophomores 79 Dawna Dias Kevin Dixon Jean DuBois Jeff Elsenpeter Kellie Ervin Pat Escobedo Karen Espey Todd Espinda Vada Estes I Karen Fazio Dennis Fetcho Lori Figueroa Robert Fincher Shari Flagg Denise Font Brenda Fowler Joe Frazier Vann Frazier Wendy Gaggero Tony Gambale ..,, uphomure Glass Led by em rv 13? iwr fs e X A in Carren Chaney ff. wi I ' ., ' "HP , X 5,1 ,P- ll. 1 . , I f si. Na0m1ChaveZ i're N' If ' ' T Theresa Chavira , ,V H b 1 , V, E ' ,, Mike Cicco -n:, ' X 'iii fli f 5 -- ,fy .- 111 , f - . ' '- f' --- L'-i Debra Clark - Q as eeee ' F T Coffeen l f r tt sr ' r Carrie Cogdill fl 5, a -ri, Vht 3 I Pri all +3 .,j,ugN..,-4'-fi , X rev: ae, 453 Cindy Cohen T l at Denise C016 ilit F f ' Armando Colmenero . Glen McWherter designs lettering for his Graphic Arts project. Dlalla Colvm it ' N A Q P" g Stacl Comfort ' 'L fri , ' r Mike Cummings ,, ,, -M Frank Compomizzi , V 1 - C ' 4,4 -- Linda Curd LUCY Comstock F isr F , David Danfifer sieii Geofge Condon T C. Alan Conley t,e,.t . P e"A fill i Mike Connelly -A if ' 1 fx A X M ...M J TF if M 3 ell l iil - - . 5 , .F r F Jerry Cooper F ' t T F lf if J e ,F Shelli Dean f - Cheryl COX 9 ' 1 " Tony DeLao b .Q .A Eddie COX ,, .K N ..:, xg Lori Cox Y gel, t. xx ' f 1 2 t-1. ,,'1- ,X Eg? - a , ii'i'i F F ' ' tesye A. !" ' K -' h 1 at Marcella Cox y Q 2 1 , BF' Y Wevdy Dem 'F it l K -lil Ray Craft M ug o r l K A ' DGIQHIS Delgado - " 1 fe e F : l F ' Q Don Crowell 53 elss Demse DeRang0 1 I " - l" .fl it Ken Crunk FT it ..,: 2- 'V A H lia r fx A Tammy Cuellar 'T 'l '4 ' ---- Q f' l le ' 1 -1 it iiii to ' ' - S T' tt,l as " as "' " ' r 1' , lle iw . re , ml .l l e ' eee 5 '-'l: r--f lll, -l. 3 -' T l,,r ' ' ' K ' l-1 F ' - fr 5 1' Tl' .r . .. . rr :nz-:lg ,, I. X V e l l .r ,,l '55-1 . 1 ' ' 1 lii W' 'T A 'lli l 1' F' F ' 1 L. . "' .fa f l e,i' f f We 3 iii s.. itt ' Q5 it ' gg J gg A it f. X' . r e' V of Q ' . Clii :' i L, l - ."' ,N iii K N lr. rrr,.,lll H Ill W fi ei - ll, --1 80 Sophomores llard urking fficers , egislaturs l The Sophomore Class officers, working among them- selves and with the Sophomore legislators, organized a variety of fund raising activities. The money raised from these activities, was put into a fund for next year's prom. These officers could be seen every Monday, after school, at the Leadership meetings, voicing opinions and suggestions to help better situations between classes and clubs here at Northview. Leading this year's Sophomore Class was President Chris Heinze. Chris was not only active in Leader- ship, but also in sports, playing on the school's ten- nis, basketball and softball teams. During her Soph- omore year, Chris was a member of Girls' League and GALS. In her spare time, Chris likes to water-ski and go to the beach. Vice-President Geneva McNamara, also athletic, participated on the school's tennis, basketball, and badminton teams. She was also a member of Girls' League and Rally Club during her sophomore year. Geneva's hobbies include going to the mountains and playing the drums. Playing on Northview's tennis and badminton teams, was Secretary Mary Lou Nichols. Mary Lou was also a member of Girls' League, AFS and VIKING staff during her sophomore year. Mary Lou's spare time activities include horseback riding and going on adventurous bike rides. A page editor on the Valhalla staff, and also a mem- ber of the VIKING staff, Treasurer Kelly Colwellis main interests were centered around writing. Kelly enjoys going to the beach, Waterskiing and swimming. These officers proved to be successful, as the sopho- mores earned an ample amount of money to start plans for next year's prom. V ,, .,, .. . 1 ff' l 5 ii I Lori Garcia V Preside Chris Heinze ltopl, Vice-President Geneva McNamaraf imiddlel ,VV A Manuel Garcia Treasurer el e and Secretary MaryLou Nichols Cbottoml. I if l ii fff- ff ,fx ,4ewsfrr'f'r' f-wwfff -rf ,sfrw v , v at . 5 ' 1 it Jackie Gonzalez . r I, . ' Jack Gardea -C , 4. , K . Kathy Grega - ' R V, , Kathy Gardner-w I , it V. gf 5 ' 1 Dan Grijalva f .. Q I Richard Garza ' 1- I . , Matt Haeckel ,V x W i X- ----A-'H' " ' Xw 2' Phil Hagelberg I ,ssr .,, I If V WV , VV VV ,,,, s Mark Hagen , , ' V- . Q 'Y' Joe Gerard i Leslie Hale V V f -, Pam Giffin i -, Sherry Hale il ' Lisa Gillespie y, Linda Hall I ' Mark Hall , T32 , g 5. E W "" I- 1 G' 'X . ,,,, , . . , ,,.. ,,, D - ,W , " - JA . VV i" t' Shelley Harris V V , V Roberta Gohn V ,,, V , wwf Lester Hartford Vg Stan Gomes f 4,5 M.k H tt, d ,, V Al Gonzalez ' 'V . 4 if I e ar or V ' . ff ' ry- 1, Doug Haught e HG 1 I ' . 1, ' A QP ,Jft ' , if ' .1-2 " if .Q . , I V A' . -Paz, -L, lg, ,,,j- ,vi 4 r V57 ' 1 ' .z l 1 x 2 L I Sophomores 81 '77 Year Proves pecial for lass of '80 The sophomore year is a special one for the students of Northview. With a year of high school experience behind them, the students begin to feel more comfortable, relaxed, and important, as they grow closer to their dreams and the futures that they will possess. One thing that makes the sophomore year exciting is G. S. R. , otherwise known as General State Requirements. This class, required for all students, and taken by most students as sophomores, teaches the fundamentals of driv- ing and first aid. Many of these skills prove vital for each student as he goes on in life. Sophomores are the only class that have their own squad of cheerleaders, which helps them greatly in raising spirit and gives them representation. These girls spend their time cheering for the sophomore football team, which plays at the District Field at all home games before the varsity. Having a separate squad of cheerleaders, and a football team, makes the sophomores begin to feel recognized. Con- fidence and pride is established and the sophomores begin to get "fired up. U The Sophomore Class is certainly one of the most spirited. The most special thing for many of the sophomores is the choosing and ordering of class rings. These rings are spe- cial because they will help the students to recall the mem- ories of Northview High School! 113:212- " ' a eee Janet Hudgens 'lf f ' ffl-fi . if e . Ief- 1. n m 'ff' W Denise Humble , -1. Egg? Q VVV- Phil Hurley . X err' Cathy Hurst . l i' X x i i-ii ---' 'ii' r iii a l Dale Hustrulid g Kelley Jarvis Ni gmif " Q Q ff A Edward .Johnson Terri Johnson g' V vga V-Y . ff' 2' 'F 5. I Y f ir e Eddie Jones gk Kim Kakuk .-.. y Curt Karlen U 'QM . . ft Kim Kelley Kraig Kemp Jack Kennard Kimi King x ' s r s 4 fi I 46 , .ffiiim i F . ..... . 3 -SW El sis' , .. .QR-gif:-14Xggg1gg:,gg: ,,. .1 ,.... ..,...... e 4 ff: -mesa :ffm 1'-5 'F . t 'X is ,Q S" . 1 1 r e Q rrser -, X - 1 . .. ,... ' Melame Klfkef 4 r Scott Klteley ,.,, - - Sarldy Klenk - ' 1 4- t-i' Mehssa Klmgbell . T R- If R Q 'K , 1 'i s'.. P . --rf y 'r'ree' - Robert Knedler Wfi - " Q' A ' Monica Kfvvac R .. Danny Kubicsek ' ' S2351 EK" ' f eryl Kuhn 4. If ,A V ..g: K . Us , M K ,gif ly 631' 'r Fit . , C' .ii iff? Q 82 Sophmores Darryl Hawkins Doug Heathcoat Chris Heinze Mike Helms David Henson John Hernandez Julia Hernandez Richard Herrera Denise Hibbs Kim Hoffman Mike Hogue Noreen Holborn Karl Holden Jon Holder Simone Holmes Debbie Horn Paula Horsley Rhonda Horton Paul Hostetler John Howard iv- K' . N-fc .ri .ss 2? ' ' f .A ...ae ifffif 1' fr - . .s""i N . g L . s j rr.. it I , C , ' M o f Vrkf e ., N' ,V ., " . 1 f f '- 49, , Ali gigs: - f gg: 2 s, x fd , .sr Ds ., 'e" t'r'ee 5 f sesrr r ree' , , N.sg1s.lf'f. . 5 - . e " reee ,... qw, is ., . .... , , . . M. -.., f ee't ' e 11- - --I ,K 1 A . k-.. . - H "i' if ' . sf I - 11: L - ... - V - I -Q 1 1 Ie. . ,wg 9, fm. 'rese . . ' "" ii" . .,'. -',. - 153. tt.. N g .:i.- ..'r . A . ...- I ' in if 'iit- 1' li i 1 Tammy Booze and Cindy Bell discuss first hall' activities while ing refreshrnents. he is S haring their cookies, Erick Carreon and Denise Cole enjoy a quiet 'Q runch. V ' N. ,, , K , if ' L A2 - 'L Skill- il - i ' A Xgggf: Qii K .- Yi . - 1 'L K ' il - 'L A 1 fy I i Q V: gf L ' K I -i'i I 'tl 4. .. .yt n V xg V 4 Z' K A 4, L :rf V f -. vt ' , V I A 1 -wx-, . , l lk 182.3-A " ,. . E . ...L, it LA R, xv- - L L A Q. N kl l it , J " K .N .- It f if T : ! . 01, -.. - , 2 J ' 51 - - x 4. 3 ,, l' - s. I .f 5 A K 2 1 1 51 hh, 'Ni L L r k.,c',x1!'A' I I--1 , .,, ' -. -ii 1- ,51,Eg.:- - i iil . YI A V , R 123,51 l Q J s rr Q Q. "l1- f L ' Ag I I o Ac 5:20 y , NN , -l L '- Raquel Luis x -' 1 :Q2.B .,Q: . if as au ' - ,- . x W ,A 1 SF! .t x L x ia' Ig 'S fe' 1 rf' :ki . I - r , :f , L. , Ei 2 . i "'f L ' XZ 3 if W - ' 1 - N X A N m if fr :.u 2 , 'L' iiiii i 2 v. Q -If A ... Q' ei - - X ff " at 2 V+ i E ' 'rl Xl! . X , - f wg i Q ff Q xi L ' ' 'Sf - '-ff X RA. XI, Kelley Lundin Tami Mace Brenda Markert Bob Martin Ternel Martinez Jeff Mason Patti Masterson Melissa Mattis Dan McCoy Regina McCutcheon David McDonald Tammy McFarland Mary McKinney Kim McMorrow Jenny McNair Vicki McWain Glen McWherter Ed Meek Chris Melts Kayci Meyers Jan Miller Joyce Miller Larry Miller Chris Lacher Gary LaFave Scott Landon Karin Lauhach Colleen LeCornu Qo,n,st,antia --i- Leihitu ric L ' N' even Lemos Linda LePez Kori Leslie Kim Lewis Bryan Lewison ' ittell ' Lo a Peni Long Anthony Lopez Robert Lopez Ron Lorge Sergio Lozano Floyd Lucero -I f.-f ik l wi' .fa 1 4- ,L K 2 ff 3 Russ f'ol'l'een and Boll Martin discuss whether or not they should go lo the dance on Friday night. Sophomores 83 Lisa Miller Kevin Minck a. Jana Minick , y 1 ?E f sal? ' ' ' Septe! er vi I Na e te ontoy .N " -4 4 ez. ' Working as Deneal Ft Gerhard Ossner Dennis Ostrander Randy Parnell Cindy Patterson Danny Peterson Jean ne Peterson 84 Sophomores 'l'erry Oday 21-w 1 11ff.1 - Jennie Ogg Tammy Ogleshy David Ojeda Linda Olinger r. X s Regina as 1113 ai W :V t ,..r 1 ,,,, ff Ss H fl mf S 5 X 4 so Mike Mooers 53' 'mi I.. Joe Moran C1 Lew Morrill lf. ,I ' if XX J- A , ,xi K 35 , J K - ,kg , Axim!! 'mr Mary Muench ,A P . Q.: -I ,re Michael Myers . . . . Tina Myers is J neasures liquid while Debby ' S Nr'1 5 X " H .r,.. ,r.,.:, , , .. r..,, . . c J laW-...s.s..mzc 32 1 :.- J. -eis , .. , 1 it i , ' K ' .f,r,, Egg .N X , 111 21.3. . Q H h Q ,f .. - L at c , rei X i a t s ei J err c Q Rama New if Q' ' ' if f ' 'L Ignacio Navarro gg' fa H, , 9 A ' . 'S f - - Victoria Neal ' -- .- E , N va I .1 If xi , , Q 1 ,..X xx,-xx A tv , b 1 "b- F125-::'f. in 71, J' A QT 4, f in J IW N 1 ' R J at c . e g . J ' .A V A A A Bruce Nelson " x- - P s' i-Ai g T fr Tkfx Carlene Newman UN I ' , P qw M ffjiiki Jeff Newman A aprt , :,r.. i,,rr1fi ,,g.1' UH- 1-g r J Q 5 3 ' .. 81 5 Q wg P,--V .,. 353- -. .- . 5 1 1' ' ..-car:-A - , , , . lt till ' 1 Q 1 " ' 'J Qf' , iiii V f ii ii'r - "li ii J J -M c .. gs . lx U as x .. 4 ' I K .V Q.. M X ..k: K j I ' 5 as "' g" 'K -1 Marylou Nichols Q' . 5 , if mf' Q Y, I . - . eggy ort wlc E lem I -1-fx, v 4 is 3? X 3 A f -iii A ,e Matt Poelman X V, . . i .. I . -Q I Brenda Poole " V, ' 1 ' Liza Poortman . et T 71 ., - J Q c - Bill Quinley - ' i fi 'J Lori Raleigh Cristina Ramirez Fred Ramon Becky Reinke Kellie Reiter Kim Richard Chuck Richards Danny Richards Forrest Richmond Joe Ripoly Careline Rodriquez Kelli Rohr L c'ccc -A as agp c 1 4, lf Z X f 3 yt A A' u. ' www N 191 Ja..-Mes, ee -3 5 ..s.:, as stittss X t 5 gil 3 X to ,y ' , . Af, 5 i if : W A R 1' . ' Q f E:,.4g,s-xww - L... . revere-if rsif 3 Q f f- A l i V 4 t ophs how Leadership ualities 3 vi Y The spirited Sophomore Class proved to be acdve and energedc as yells of "80" were heard through- out the gym at all of the year's ral- lies. The Sophomore legislators, Peggy Norwhich, Raquel Luis, Tanja Leihitu, and Kim Lewis, joined together with the other four officers to create successful nioney-nuaking acdvihes Such achvides huiuded a Carnation sale, a very profitable candy hearts sale conducted the week before Valentine's Day, and a dance which included a five piece, six singer band named Pisan. The dance was held on November 4th after the last home football game against Bassett. All of this money was put uno the CHass of'80 ac- count to be used in producdon of thel979 Junku-Senkn Pronr 'The two advisors, Ms. Glenda Sweger and Mr. Jim Milhon, supervised all Sophomore Class activities and provided guidance when it was needed. QONT ROW: Dwight Littell, Bob Zimm. SECOND ROW: MaryLou Nichols, Jane Russell, Richard Wheaton, John Rountree. Debbie Horn. THIRD ROW: 'iris Hienze, Kevin Dickson, Ray Catana, Tony Lopez. FOURTH ROW: Paula orsley, Noreen Holborn. FIFTH ROW: Teresa Balaz, Tim Henderson, Geneva cNamara. BACK ROW: Kelley Colwell, Elizabeth Torrez, Racquel Luis, Pat scobedo, Lisa Viallobos, Tanja Leihitu, Liza Poortman. 1 Juan Rojo Michelle Rosone John Rountree Ken Rozier Duane Russell Ted Salsman Vicki Sanchez Lynn Sandberg Stewart Sandecki David Sanders Kathie Sanford Pete Sanko Roy Santos Judy Schaffer Neil Schroepfer Virginia Serrato Carol Sexton Jack Sharp 5 R Q at Q ,wr .rr Q-51 I I V I I , V A .., . N ,., N h : X 1 f 3 N41 7 X A , f R ' X Al . V ,.1, r A A ' J? "5 " S. F F. I 1 .. sg I , . f , My wales! . x X fi ' ,V .434 . "", V H A .,f..,,. V H 5 5 I , ff- 1- I 555- A nf I-'sf t L as f 1 i , V, X It Q - K X . O ,X V x -,', ,gsm 1 l i I. S i' "Q lv' ak'v F6l'l',:l 'l . 1 U ,, H 1 .f,, I g pf l Sheila sharp D V f' 1 7 ' A A V ' 0 f Laura Shea A H , ,. f 7 V TN Cindy Sherwood , V ' J l S Al Shimels , fl j A m ay . .. . i Dawn Shomber X, ., ' Qi : S Peggy Skahill . lii it , 5 'VVL,,,, vrrv 'eiif H iiii 1 Cindy Smith L . V, ...V , J, .. ,L :- Todd Smith I K, 5 Q: L, I 4 . . ' , , 4-jv TONY Smith , E' 5 r- . F' A ' Fil, . Susan Southern sit .L A 51 K sf g Q '15 " fx L Brian Sotorske e , I ,. - V , s , I Q. '12 . w 4 l R . A A545 , i s N Craig Steele 'Af XA. .a:."B' T lfiivi' like i. 9' Trying to memorize class notes Frances Ruiz and Sandy Avalos cram for a test. Dawn Steinert Wendy Stoner Coriene St. Ours X Becky Strader Joe Stupor Steve Suarez Debi Sullivan Dolores Sulser 5. V. .. kkkk. 1, , xkkk .. I' gudqggbll get x Q A C5 I 1 f Laura Sutterli M' im Tams - fz Q Dorian Thatcher A i 0 f -fill X Bob Thomas , Ax C lqx Cathy Thomson Q . lu,tr raee 4 5- ' fia A, Elizabeth Torres Ken Tragarz Mike Tremblay Ernie Trott Kent' Truax ,A X xiii tg Sinapati Uiagalelei .. . fii 'T iii Robert Valencia K A John Verdugo ' Russ Verhaeghe f David Verstopper , " ' Lisa Villalobos ,,W lj. ,I ' aSAf i Debbie Watson X Q, Chris Weatherwax fl Terry Webb N V K T' W April Weiford fi 1-1 Mary Weiss - :E Xi Belinda Welcker Og so QU f gr' 1 Iy,t Ii' , .C C ,,AA ,uiki K ig :Ly gg K g mx C lag Zi. 1. -L, . V ., . i., 15. 15 ,i . 'C 'ii' . . . Y W W S. z z: . 'i ' L I W .C Q? , A f v ' ' ills K Q, it pi, A - 1 1 I I 1' Q :ffl If' C ,. .,,a, W QI' I 4 in-iff.1E'l .C - rr g - 1 by ' X .A ,:,, -. , ,f 'T A , X: ,t Nr' Q, K. K. .Q .V , x .ig W I si s it "wg K ' 1 ' 9- ffffblg - N -'K 1 W ii i R 1 " if.2'1'-im! lbbtbetit , ' in A r,kL 1' Q fm.: ,.,.1 in 2 t'ee ' ' X xi? st gxglef FX Nl' R7 " s-X . M f' ,ff -. 1, st 1 i. K " , ,S A isffluwl A -, 3 as X uphumores- alfway Through but ust Shari Werner Brenda West John West Richard Wheaton 1 e o o - John VVootten Randy Wii i ins Donna Workman Vance Wright Chris Young Tommy Yriarte Robert Zehm Donna Zeman Lori Zemlicka Inge Zengler 86 Sophomores vc Ss. 45 ' 5 .X ' :- QA-.4 Q . I 5 it S fa - l 5 1 W .so "-A fs ' 5 - - .. . Cf T' g E - " ly, ' P ., S .. . NI , ' : " g 'F ' k in - .- psi' T 1, it ,, ' T S-S 1 ani. . ts f- 3 if 4 K ml. Liam ...C 1 , n lull cgi ' Taking time out from class, Joe Ripoly and Tom Anderton look around the mall. 12'-f" 46. il? R is ' X 'flick i Q . , Q V fy., - af. lass of '81 Starts Out Strung ti' it Y , f 52 5 gg 4 I nw, . E? 7 L - ' bA,k S if F A Q 5 fx 1 . Q .. Q I S ttt it ki- 1 ' L.' K Ali S 35 'A W 5 it li' - RW ' .LSP 1 Q,-S 'fmt gl --L Y 5 1, 5 Y li 3' X 3, gf,,l,,F H15 4 I A Q t A ' if 1 chime ka i K? I 1 i P Q V ,:'b kk Q . 14 I fi E K 5 k X g 4, t K X s it 5 Q R- 2f 17 I L L E S ff B . . ' fx L vlf Q- ' 1.5. QL X X Y H-as S 5 li QF i ' t A is C9 V . ,a : in LZ..wdix-"' 5 ' X 5 Ken Acosta Tracy Adair Rick Aguilar Mike Aitken Gus Alcaraz Edward Allen Harold Allen Beth Anderson Cliff Anderson Gail Anderson Scott Andreson Steve Anderson Renny Arguelles Rita Armendariz Misty Atchley Robert Auer Scott Austin John Bagwell Bobby Bahr George Bailey Alex Bajan Jamie Balibrea Mark Banks Mary Barber Michele Barden Tammy Barner Robert Beck Mark Beeston Tina Bell Ken Berard Mario Bernal Scott Birdsong Veronica Blanco Anthony Blandino Nick Blandino Andrew Boada I I R: K S .2 -4 N va . Rf 4 A .4-V U ri , a,i M Richie Smith, Darlene Chudley and Derik Blackson study quietly during brunch. X .. 1 1: I 5 tss's 4' at S 1 ,I Q Y I 1 . 4 . ov""" Nw .--""' --"""i4f xxff John Purington and Scott Rue wait impatiently while Brian Platt receives his schedule. Ng. Y, ,::. f ...K at r Vt , - Tammy Bodtmann Don Bourgeois Julie Bowling Debbie Brancalasso Shelley Brandenburg David Braveman Stephanie Breceda Randy Breilein - Genoveva Briceno Pat Briseno Freshmen 87 ,f ssffi -all X Top to Bottom: President Erin Connelly, Vice-President Judy Fenberg, Secretary Lisa Hernandez, Treasurer Shelly Murphy. Julie Brown Carrie Bruno Deborah Buege Cindy Burroughs Valerie Cady Ray Caesar Fernando Calles Robert Camero Kim Campbell Terry Campbell David Cantc John Carhart Ricky Carlisle Dawn Cassulo Gabriel Castaneda Maria Castellanos Mark Canton Davida Celaya 88 Freshmen 531, f K X . - 5' of V 5 5 asf Ms T L Q ' Q, 2 , if yysi . .S E -Q X X, - ,jf , . yhyyi - fg. . H 7 K . A siii it P 1.e , 4- W if ." , - 2 Y ,,l -' A .4 1 c in ' Q , -"' igiif , .' it RQ 'V' i H 'R' 7 1 . r as Q .. Q Freshmen IM For the first time Freshman officers worke on their own raising money for the freshma dance and later uses. President Erin Connelly, leading the class likes to help out with school activities. She enjoys writing, drawing and is active in Drama Club. Helping the president this year was, Vice- President Judy Fenberg. Judy enjoys gymnas- tics, is a Girls' League representative and is also in Drama Club. Secretary Lisa Hernandez likes helping out with rallies, etc. In her spare time she collects pennies. Lisa is also active in Girls League and Drama Club. Shelley Murphy, Treasurer of Freshmar Class, enjoys modeling and gymnastics. She plans to become a model after high school She wants to make her years at Northvie the best by being active and helping out alll much as possible. This year's Freshman officers planned an sold '81 buttons along with other activitie such as conducting meetings for the nomina tions of Christmas Ball Prince and Princess They also nominated candidates for Basket1 ball Royalty and Prom Princesses. i All new experiences have prepared the of- ficers to cope with any problems they may encounter during future years at Northview. This year's Freshman officers feel they hav done a good job and hope that next year's clas officers will continue. i e lass a Boost we CQ 5. 55. W- X- we ,f ' 1 C 1 T 45 Ky si A .f ,Y X351 ds itjwgs gsvyw, .C -. ., C LW,XxL. CW' C l as C A' i kr K D A igjf-23 C is hi I I g me ' i 551: A CCCV. i l ' ,.., .K i" f kL.Wk si , 3. s C . 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M - . gi, A C ',', - A A ' - S ACfCCC,gg,e . .C,1m.1 ::.:,, my M i CC K, M iizi ,,, ,,.i C Cwrx, A Q fe K , A ysrs tti A " C C A ' 2. ,M ' ' Tina Eriksson V s C ' A " A 'ff D C ' Tammy Espinfffa ' ""' A C , 3 C Q 1 ff , Vypp ,U V Viv Favero ,,.f A C A A it A A 5 C ,Ci A 1 Q ii Judy Fenberff A - 'A A if K' if At it ' A "-- Q C-t "" 'W My Hermellna Fern' d 2 ja' A KC ' Q A ' A A Xi l A ll' V ' dn el A-.mn Mmom mul ' ,C 'A ' F IC A ' A ix f i f J '-" 'tit ' Ai M. mom mu Mawr, 'Q A C C XQAQACC Cr' .efaas1lss."?1 l Paul Ferrando Tanya File Shannon Files Cathy Finn Jay Fletcher Robert Floch Robert Fortugno Lucas Fourdyce Kristy Fraiio Drew Fuller George Gallegos Sylvia Gallegos Edward Galvin Dan Ganschow Jessie Garcia Teresa Garcia Trinidad Garcia Tony Garman Mike Garrett Cindy Gaye Nancy Gibbs Freshmen 89 Gregg Givens Konrad Gleissner Wayne Goff Judy Goins Bobbin Goodacre Kelly Gosnell Maregret Gray Jeff Griffin Sandra Griffin Danelle Gutib Steve Hagar Lisa Hahn Jackle Halbritter Kim Hall Crystal Hammond Leann Handwork Gary Harris Kevin Harter Joseph Hawkins Tony Hawkins Rosemary Heim Frank Heinze Marla Hemsley Dana Hendricks Beth Hensel Gloria Hernandez Lisa Hernandez Reben Hernandez Paula Herrick Doreen Higgins Scott Hilty Peggy Hoffman Lori Hogan Blair Holett Steve Holland Bob Hopwood Ike Horn Becky Hostetler David Hotsenpiller Frank Howard Lisa Hunter Mark Hunter . L L. ffl?-2 if fri fi ,a yiiy L trtr f L L f.. L s X L . ' ,Q , i ss sf A R f Q r -1 X W 2 R F K at it W f 'te . 41 LLLLL11 lsifir L ' lri i- t,,, fg ",, U r'iiiiiii L . --rrrl 1 il Mi n...,, . J e -. -1 Ni- f L L-.fm g eytt elii l E- Jrr tty K. eryi L L .L L L yrtir,yi 5 Lerr nns ii rirl if L e L - L ili D . 'if' L - L L .L L i L L L ryo ' riii L 7' W ' I "eie felll T V isril ff 'ir'i L' ilio J'f "i"f ' fll" srr'i L: fflfr N I qzb - . I 1 L .L " i ss e , r l ir A i,i 1 E ,-rV A A tkh 57 N gs . t' m b? , I ., I E, Nxq ' xl, X t Q i xi Ex its -L lsii sysis . if 'slsr T L ' - ' S Roberta Mesa, Lisa Hahn, and Debbie L QE i . L L 2 I " L ' 'fcc if r . .L i . rr-' if LL l .aww-F3 Rl ef ' 'Ffa L ' s r , L L sssi s,,,,,,....--L., iif ' e' L L Mg 1 K , L LL,--u rff' .5 .eff fffs. , , is e iir siirss The Class of '81 entered h1 h School Wlth an I it '-l-"1' L- 11' H 1-- . . . . L L Z i L L Lhb QF' L array of sights and activities new to them. 'i yyii, 3 LL g ? LL , l Evening football games and dances with live ML g ' ' 17 L gf T, bands were something completely different for .- L fi: -LLL, L I LLt' L ' L L L - P - these StL1d6I1tS. " ' During the first weeks of school, trash cans - i. L41 "" 1 off during seemed to be the foes of freshmen caught tres- passing on the Senior Quad. A larger campus is always exciting to most students, although frightening. After conquering some of the fears of high school, many of the underclass- men become outgoing and make friends with other freshmen and even upperclassmen. Some freshmen are active in student pol- itics by attending class council meetings and planning the class of 1981's future. Class officers and the class council made the ,77-'78 freshman year a successful one by raising money for future use by the class of '81. The scramble system of scheduling is dif- ferent from the scheduling system of junior highs in the area. There is also a Wider variety of classes from which to choose. On- the day of scheduling, book lockers are also distri- buted. These things are new to most fresh- men. Not all freshmen are used to being around people three or four years older than them- selves. However, most are able to make the adjustment quickly. T VV,, 1 :Z V 5 k fff-11 'V q r g N , X I ,V - -5 , ws V, Y ,xx 4 x m ' " "h J J ' L eiil L L . it . I J 1 ' ' ttf Yi J X , 3 lfxazmagit it . " 1 'P f .arg ixixll J L L J' J if ' Q LZA ar y I H in I D L 41,514 V ff M' L G ,imc zf ' lb I lllunuuq Q 6 , ' ii, lk 4 ' , tgmyff i 'fl J S J :rx f' "ff ii ll If l 1. L, J ,R Brancalasso walk to class after lunch. E, V ,K f H 1 Y' if K 4, Q' X V1 ' rw' , V ' A K ,fin - 1 V 4 H 41' f- ,N L , . 5 - N gr Oi: xv- 4 Iv-. K - f ' 5 K ' ,K K tk nl! i Qi . ' at AMG' J 4 .J X J isf 6' - o Ts 4 415 X 3 s R Q e W 'V Q K' s Y ix 4 C , V1 K t r' ' if , ,X 41 ar f ' if S Mike 'laylor tastes Viking hxpress lunch while Mark McNell1s looks on. 1 1 "V, Debbie Hutchison Michelle lngraham Kari Janssen Dale Jenson Ken Johnson Roger Johnson Brenda Jones Dawna Jones Diane Jones Rick Jones Teri Jones Kevin Karlen Rene Keller Dave Kennedy Suzette King Donald Kingwell Elaine Kmet Ken Knott Tia Kocherhans Erik Kristiansen Sara Kritzer Scott Kuntze Julie LaKose Sandra Lavigne Matt Leihitu Kevin Leissner Davin Lerud Liane Lieber William Lockhart Brenda Loe Patti Lombardo Barbara Lopez Vincent Lopez Pam Luck Daniel Macholl Ivor Maidment Mike Maier RoxAnne Maier Ron Maize Jerry Manesse Kathy Martinez Loretta Martinez Michelle Mason John Maulucci Scott McElheny Brian McFarlane Keith McGuire Alison McKee Freshmen 91 Pattie Patterson James Wallace buys nutritious lunch of potato chips and a coke. 92 Freshmen Debbie Palomino Rick Pasquale Nicholas Paz Craig Peacock Debbie Pellegrini rush lass uuncilhearnsllbout Tom McNamara Mike McNaney Mark McNellis Richard Meek Norma Mendoza Roberta Mesa Joe Mihalka Ken Miles Meg Miller Anthony Miranda Mike Miranda Erin Modlin Darren Montgomery Jenny Montgomery Ann Moreno Melinda Morrill James Morris Suzie Mort Debbie Moscarelli Lisa Mullaly Kevin Murphy Shelly Murphy Anthony Navarette Jim Navarro Ruth Navarro John Newton Phil Nichols Michelle Nix Tamara Noe Dorothy Oldham ' " P N . ssii N in H 'A irk' Q: rrr PP P X sso . sess - P rw? 'cl'e V P Q -. .V .R -.fs -'f' -- - ..v.- 3 ,Q .Q rf g ix "' as XS 1 K gh , ,. Akr, 1. K sms Mm .. .,,, , sf 'Q R ws . Q 'E - . P . ,,,,, . if .rr.... X X EQ E .1 SW 5 , ., f A i.Ar' g V A , s' Y -S -Q gi!-Av va P K E- FSH' 1 I . .N-un-!"""' "'ii .- --2-2 X 1 PQ xi,-.. ,- S, Q , ,V z Q. .,,, af w Q .. . v,., 5 ,3 Q ., if osii i f w ting., , . -:P -1 i ,,t,y S . . .,gI s Q'g.f'Qf' . r J faq , Q x...r..a, . ,... . X, .M W.. M Pig L afifff .P r - Q P me 1 -. .ig , . 55- 5 ff, 3 " "' f L, x J . m 5' 5 x,-.es ..L.-. ,L 1 -P if 'sii . . . . . XP E riii P Erma Pellegfml . . Phgng Pham ' ' fi 'P P L Q Ch Ph 'P K .au an X VL D , H Euan Platt o 1 ,,,. - . - . i"er?Q-ef- .P i e .Q if H , 1.1 .'-i 1" f ,rv-as 5 'i fig L ' .P - fl' ,J .fe:'E?ff14syLijr. ' .5 l ' . Xi f ..., 5 , f P i'iifJ i ii ' . .. A 'P .... . "' . Julianne PIHHS V A P w s 75:21 , . 3525 . .: jf" rr -. fx L-,. .. Z, 5 ge: .4 X iffi Sandy Ploenn P 5.1 . Q. 91 'P t Jackle Poefmef . P . N BHICS P0ffe1' P P ' 4 ...,, 1 . si .'1' ' ""': - . s . k,,,... X . . K , ,... . ...., . , 1 ., L ' Q N ,. lg' Ki Tom Prager i fi ' f if . A . , jf' DOHH Pufillgwn ..y, P ' Q P Yvette Ramos J J .A J D0nI1a Rasco ..,' ,yy ' as . 'X . ...L ' f 5 f - . f-:, " . S Q- 'rsi Chris Raynard A Q V Ramon Reyes g a- Paul Richard . --..e it P- it 5, l X4 f P ' ' Pi tudent olitics The Freshman Class Council worked hard toward making their remaining high school years a success. The students raised money to help their class sponsor upcoming dances and the prom. The council planned activities such as button, ribbon, and candy sales. At class council meetings the four frosh legislators, Daphne Clement, Jamie Shuda, Julie Bowling, and Liz Tan met with interested members of the Freshman Class and made the 77-78 year a very spe- cial and enthusiastic one. Frosh gathered twice a month to come i I I - 1- ie" F .s stan Q x1L4U F L , . . is . K , Q K A . ,-I tk ' ,, , t piza: rs. il ii .1 ZZ: , fi ' siar . L In ' L fi ff 5 s 5 Z' 57i5 igf iiii - gif SF if L 1 XY I di 1939? H g,: ,.I. K . , . T i en .L b - x - f f i , . " Q lv. .fp--, ,p ' up with new ideas to make their freshman year special. At the meetings, through the course of the year, the class council elected the Freshman Prince and Princess for the Christmas Ball and also nominated girls for the Homecoming, Basketball Royalty, and Prom courts. SER? BYU 1 'vllcilflllgl gf! i ' Ll 'wa r' son McKee discusses her choice for ' Queen with a friend. E 2 i l 2 1 -zz" Delores Richards Eric Richards Todd Richards Lisa Richards Robert Rokas Manuel Rosas Daniel Rubio Scott Rifle Brianna Ruiz Tina Rummel Sheila Russell Mike Schleet' Marilyn Schmidt David Schulte Mary Scoglio Renee Scott Troy Scott Linda Self Lorenzo Serrato Brad Shimels Sheila Shipp Tim Shires Jamie Shuda as Q. 'T FRESHMAN CLASS COUNCIL FIRST ROVV: ' h SECOND ROW: Jackie Lucas,- Nancy Gibbs, Pat Bercenio, Liz Tan 'l'HlRD ROW: Shelly Brandenbur , Gail Srn Clement, .l OllRTH ROW: Laura 31 ey, 1C 'asquale, Laura Tyler, and QEMMETK ' gi' . - i ' .-t' i ' Y V W David Smith f - -' . Q 5 1 "'? Gail Smith . X '.' ag 1 7 - -Q if . . . W- 'g 14 Q ' 1: A A 'ff Richie Smith sri up ml li X i f 34 Q .,., 1 M 9? . Virginia Srllllltll ,534 Q David Sop o x S5514 tfffniw is . ai " 1 iii Jeff Spangler I 7 A ' ' , fl' A Cindy Stolicky "' ' ' Donny St. Ours Q Q , 'iii Brian Strande XJ i - F X i ffff F Lori Strayer 1.45 it ...F -e 1. ns.-4' Freshmen 93 Rebecca Strid Cathy Suarez Pat Sussons Janna Swanson Liz Tan Tom Tardif Mike Taylor Pat Teunisse Mike Thompson Karla Thorson Crystal Torres Carol Trogden Lorie Trott Jeff Turner Dori Tustin Laura Tyler Grace Ugarte Denice Vacelli David Van Brunt Nick Vandevelde 94 Freshmen E' , ii V g: 2 A- i I., ' -ri 1 i f f " fav A fl i i ,-7 71 " ii it I Q J sfg'- Y f 'ff V ,i ,, ft- , " f ' 4 ' I - 'T M QT T L T i f iff' f , ,,' ' K 'His , W "'i -N Ml? 5 C "e' , .fn I ..,,, -V ,.. W5 lii lli, M my at , - , 1 . i ,g,1f:,w. f. , L! - 15 ' L? I - " w 1 'ii' . W x i il ':-" .. 'X " i ' f f.-' V ,:. , .K VM' xi C My ' I f X .3 iq T ,,. 1 ',ll" A -,4-1,42 ' rush Shirly Verstraete Mike Villalobos Victor Vitacca James Wallace Jeannine era Watson Jeff Wayer Fred Wellman Jim Wessol Mykl White Holly Wiggins Chrystal Wilder fi , 5 fc MA 'L l ,,,,, . W YM ,,,,. . M ,i T T T . r E i,itt L ,. . , ,ff 4 ,MMM H. 1 . ,fm ff 4 , ,,,,, M ,, ' 1, . I , kt ,.,, ,H Q E if v V fl: . it oooi,, Q ,V to , is I Daphne Clement explains to Cindy Cory the basics of math rganize Activities f ea any yss 'ia dy.,White Paula William Jeff Wilson Richard Wood Bobby Wooten Larry Worley John York David Young Donald Zarate Diana Zaruba Mark Zemlicka H -:W 1 yzfszxf' fw- Q" Q iii ' .df ll 'Pa n, A ""' Y, i wi? ' gg .. ii f T I 3 LTV' 9 on -. , We s. -is , 2 3? s 4 have previously attained a masters degree. faculty of Northview High School underwent changes throughout this past school year. P.E. and 'home economics departments, were converted to co-ed style. 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Students enjoyed skits involving Tam Nugent and her Nuts, "insects" depicting Rowland High School's football team, and a slow motion football game between Northview and the Cochella Arabs for the C.I.F. playoffs, complete with a llama and Arab as Cochella's mas- cots. - Aside from skits, special awards were announced to the student body. Honors bestowed by the Mont- view League to our varsity teams and the football Players of the Week were announced during the first three months of school. Once each month, the honor of Girl of the Month was awarded to one lucky A combination of Viking spirit, hard work, and interest in the school, represented by everyone who participated made the rallies a success in the eyes of students and faculty. .Singing her heart out, Tammy Hagen, alias Taiin Nugent, inspires enthusiasm with the song "Viking Winning Fever." Linda Lackey, Jennifer Dorr, and friend watch the Vikings beat the Cochella Arabs in a simulated slow-motion football game. Mr. Reynolds, displaying true Viking spirit, makes debut at a C.I.F. rally as the Northview mascot. Meyers display their Spiril. eeEc7?eac5ies fudenlsjivraifomecozning Taking place the week before Homecoming, Spirit Week proved to be one of the most enjoyable week of the entire year. The events began on Monday with "Crazy Hat and Sunglasses Day." An assort- ment of hats could be seen on campus, from derbies to Mouseketeer ears. At brunch, cups were placed on the heads of girl representatives from each class while a blindfolded boy from the same class poured water in the cup. This event was won by the freshmen. Tuesday served as "Sports Day." Football and baseball players were promin- ant this day. Another brunch time class competition involved girls sitting on blocks of ice while boys pushed them down the sidewalk. This time the sophomores came in first. On Wednesday, students saw girls in boys' clothing and boys in girls' clothing, for this was "Re- verse Roles Day." A six-legged race was held and the Class of. '78 At the pep rally on "Black and Gold" day, 'l'ed Rubio and Dave Ha:-aemeyer take part in the licorice eating contest. Participating in "Sports Day" Melanie Irvine and Kim Stevens dress up as NVHS goal posts. - won. On Thursday the campus was filled with stu- dents dressed as celebrities such as Groucho Marx, "Star Wars" characters, Rocky, and Elton John.-It was "Movie and Rock Star Day." On the track at brunch a wheelbarrow race was held with representatives from each class racing for one quarter of a mile, but no one kept up with the freshmen who took first place. Friday was the traditional "Black and Gold Day" when stu- dents dressed in the school's colors. A pep rally was held in the gym to get everyone excited about the Home- coming game to take place the next night. The week ended as a successful and entertaining five days for everyone on campus. Acting as the famous 'Sweathogs' Sinnipati Uiagalalei. -lim Boada and Chris Mendez discuss the Homecoming court in a Lettermen's Skit. At the Homecoming rally, Terry Boudreau, George Bory, and Mike Cohen compare sale prices of their newest outfits. Spirit Week 111 iomecoming Qevoic-as Specialcime io flumni "Welcome Back" Alumni! Homecoming 1977 was a spe- cial time for many people. The alumni, mainly from the class of 1977, came back to watch the football game, visit old friends, and help to cheer the Vikings on to victory over Nogales. Excitement increased among the crowds as half-time approached, 'soon a new Homecoming Queen would be crowned! A The Homecoming court consisted of five princesses es- corted by their fathers: Tammy Hagen and Richard Ha- geng Mary O'Hanlon and Felix O'Hanlong Jill Lineberger and Hugh Lineberger, Roxane Moore and Harold Moore, and Patti Plummer and Gardner Plummer. The half-time ceremonies were centered around the themes of "Welcome Back." Characters involved in the half-time entertainment were "Barbarino," "Horshak," "Epstein," "Mr. Woodman," "Washington," and "Mr, Kotterf' As the girls rode onto the field in 1977 sports cars the band played the theme song from "Welcome Back, Kotterf' Each princess was escorted by one of the charac- ters to the red carpet, where her father awaited her arri- 1 1 ,. 1. ' val. Angela Arndt, the 1976 Homecoming Queen, arrived last. The traditional drumroll echoed over quieted stands, iously waited for the new Queen to be revealed. With approving applause from the stands, the crown came to rest on Tammy Hagen, the 1977 Homecoming Queen! Flashbulbs flickered and happiness shone from the face of 3 the new queen. After pictures of the queen and her court were taken, the girls were escorted off the field to seats reserved for them. Following half-time, the football game continued, Northview's varsity team playing strategically. The final score was Northview 23, and Nogales 153 another Homef coming victory! Shortly after the game was the Homecoming dance. Attire for the dance was semi-formal. Music for the even- ing was provided by the band Pacific Coast Highway. ' This year's theme represented the real meaning of a l Homecoming-devoting a special time for alumni to re- turn, and relive some high school memories. 4 l ! 1 l Q 2 1 At the Homecoming game balloons decorated the l Sherry Wallace and Donna Jones don't let being dressed Sfflgrlggfisldggiggigssthe an Offestwlty' and were lp and adorned with flowers hinder their enthusiasm to- J y y . ' I vard Vikings winning the Homecoming football game. l12 Homecoming 1 I gn! ,,,,,, . the crown was passed over each girl's head-everyone anx- 5 1111 Queen Tammy Hagen Princess Jill Lineberger 1 ' l ' was A C" J Princess 'Mary O'Han1on Princess Patti Plummer Tim Croushore and David Barackman portray characters from "Welcome Back, Kotter" during half-time entertainment. 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Cast X , L Abby Brewster ,........... V ...., Tammy Holibaugh I Doctor Reverand Harper 9 ....... Randy Peacock Teddy Brewster ...,..... ....... V ann Frazier Officer Brophy . . . ,... Rhonda Willis ' Officer Klein . . . .... Tracey Klauck I Marth Brewster , . .... Cora Manno A Elaine Harper ....... .,.... B ecky Reinke ,Mortimer Brewster . . ,... Mike Cummings ' 'Mister Gibbs ........ .,.. C raig Peacock Johnathon Brewster . . . . . . Roger DeLong Doctor Einstein ..... ...., C raig Steele Officer O'Hara ,.... .... H olly Wiggins Lieutentant Rooney . . ......... Kayci Meyer Miss Witherspoon . . ,.... Adrianna Pizarro Gun in hand, Johnathon Brewster investigates surroundings while Mar- tha and Abby Brewster cringe with fear. l 5 Mortimer Brewsterand Elaine Harper stare in amazement as Teddy 114 Brewster tells of his 'imaginary trip to Africa. l A i . . 1 i ' ' imw i V W Y 'Arr' h AA,A,,AA,,...,,...u. , ,,,. mmf-- My ,L rrr, ,si or iw' M L 22: l 3 Q if Mr. Gibbs and Martha Brewster playfully flirt with one another., '- Q nv ' f'::':f ,,.f . -- ' .t fa' 1 , , z' sf '3 t 5. ik' Talking about their future marriage, Mortimer Brewster assures Elaine Harper of his true love. , A - -f udiences Jlpplauci Ulfs nie 41126616 .Bucci Gomliinaio ofciliy l ry and Gomedyg Concerned about Teddy's future home, Dr. Reverand Harper and Abby Brewster consider sending Teddy to Happy Dale Mental institution. "Arsenic and Old Lace-.' produced by Play Productions toward the end of the first semester, was centered around the hilarious antics of two elderly sisters, Martha and Abby Brewster. These two women engaged in murderous activities involving helpless old men who sup- posedly had nothing to live for. The old men, pitied by the Brewster sisters, were sent to an expected peaceful eternity with just a few sips of the old ladies' homemade elderberry wine-which was spiked with arsenicl As the plot became more mysterious. nephews of the two ladies became involved in the treacherous activities. The fast-moving play progressed into a frenzy of comedy. 'Arsenic and Old Lace' was accixrately described as "bizarre," and it was definitely amusing. The first semester play was successful and obviously enjoyed by the audiences. 'Arsenic and Old Lace' required much thought, work. and creativity put forth by each student involved in Play Productions- from the student directors to the stage crew. The student director for the play was Javany Martinezg his responsibility was to organize the play's progress: the rehearsal. promotion, and final production. Also contributing a large amount of time and energy to the first semester success was Dave Barackman, technical director. He was in charge of stage managment: setting up lights, and designing and building the stage with its props. The cast and stage crew devoted many hours to rehearsing lines, and making sure that the play would run smoothly from scene to scene. Rehearsing every day after school, for what seemed like an endless number of weeks. these students proved their true interest in the field of drama. Ms. Elle Dowd. drama teacher here at Northview, was director of the play. This was her first year as drama teacher. D . 'Arsenic and Old Lace' was performed for the public on December 7, 8, 9 and 10 in the Northview Cafeteria. Y ' x. 'P rmal Gapiures c7fol'c5ay Spiril King Jerry Patterson and Queen Jodi Hanson Senior Prince Keith Allen and Princess Cindy Aulwes 3 Senior Prince Teddy Rubio and Princess Terri Primante Junior Prince Mike Dirienzo end Princess Nancy Feilen L g I I 1 Sophomore Prince Ken Tragarz and Princess Teresa Balazs - 5. I 7 l x Girls' League member Becky Hostetler serves thrist quenching punch to Eric Kaplan and Glenn Frobose. f, ...z Freshman Prince Jamie Balibrea and Princess Laura Bailey "Snowflakes are Falling, Christmas Is Calling," may not des- cribe a typical southern California winter, but it was an appro- priate theme for this year's annual Christmas Ball, sponsored by Girls' League. The fact that it was raining rather than snow- ing did not hinder in the least the spirit of this festive occasion. Approximately 150 couples attended the dance, joining in the celebration and listening to the music of "Longshot." The ball- room was decorated with hanging styrofoam snowflakes, huge candy canes and gingerbread men, and a fully decorated Christ- mas tree. As the couples entered Griswold's Pavilion, they passed through an archway covered with snow-painted leaves, and were greeted with a candy filled stocking, a card with the couples' names on it, and a program for the evening. Imitation snow lightly covered the floor, adding to the spirit of the holiday. Halfway through the night, the 1977-78 Christmas court was announced. Each couple passed through the archway and took its place in front of the stage. Then the princes and princesses were introduced beginning with freshmen Laura Bailey and Jamie Balibrea, sophomores Teresa Balazs and Ken Tragarz, juniors Nancy Feilen and Mike Dirienzo, seniors Terri Primante and Teddy Rubio, Cindy Aulwes and Keith Allen, Jodi Hanson and Jerry Patterson. Then the three senior couples waited ex- citedly until Jodi Hanson and Jerry Patterson were crowned king and queen of the Christmas Ball court. Girls' League, who had raised money throughout the year for this night, decorated Griswold's Pavilion and made this year's Christmas Ball an exciting and memorable occasion. ll as .Y i Eric Carreon and Denise Cole wait in line to have their pictures taken. P . l Queen Carole McQuillan - l F l l l F- i Two members of the band 'tHour Glass" entertain North- view students with dancing music. k l Q g 118 Basketball Royalty' 5, . iii ,W 4 Princess Jennifer Dorr Princess Karen Heinze' Princess Monica Nichols it Princess Jackie Norton 1 imzie !h'e o?ooli' :T avr-:Q if Toad lo '?oyaly l l Basketball Royalty, featuring Winnie the Pooh, was held on January 27, 1978. There was an exciting atmosphere apparent in Northview's gym as the Vikings 2 played a fast-moving game of basketball against the Baldwin Park Braves. The 3 half-time score of Northview 31-Baldwin Park 25, only added to mounting excite- ment of crowning a new Basketball Royalty Queen. - "Winnie the Pooh on the Road to Royalty," the theme of the special occasion, 1 gave cause to include many of Pooh's friends. Christopher Robin, Rabbit, and Tigger were present during half-time ceremonies. These loved characters were 1 an amusing bunch to watch as they cavorted into the gym to the theme music 2 from "Winnie the Pooh," played over the P.A. system. The five girls on court were escorted through a specially designed honeypot that led them into the lime- I ' light. The court, consisting of Jennifer Dorr, Karen Heinze, Carole McQuillan, 1 f l Y Monica Nichols and Jackie Norton, nervously awaited the announcement that would make one of them Queen! Debbie Devore, the 1977 Basketball Royalty 1 Queen, passed the crowngover each girl's head and after what seemed like an eternity it finally came to rest on Carole McQuillan, the 1978 Basketball Royalty ' Queen! Following the conclusion of the basketball game, was the dance. Students V dressed semi-formally and danced to music by the band "Hour Glass." 1 L , - Q MAA A,-,,,,,.,,,, 1 Exif. ,ax 1 i Delicious cake and punch, provided at the dance, was gobbled up fast by Sue Allen and her date. Ron 'Skavaril attempts a jump shot. jx VSV- A .4 . - f 'fx ,f . r if 3 , ig Vw 'gy 4 A iam: . ' M ,. V 1. if M' , ,VS Y f f i Gasping in surprise, Carole McQuillan is crowned the 1978 Bas- ketball Royalty Queen. n B . ,fr Q -it . 17 rl, 'Z I I 4 ln response to their admiring fans, Tigger waves and Rabbi: gives a shy smile. i Basketball Royalty 119 J 120 Prom Jia 601' .Qqils and Qeean Jireezes A quiet harbor, sounds of the surf, and stars reflecting their brilliance in the ocean, were all very special parts of the Junior-Senior Prom at Balboa Pavillion. The theme, "Soft Summer Breezes," created an appropriate atmosphere, as the Prom was held on May 27, nearing summer vacation. A new experience for many Northview students was having a buffet dinner while at the Prom. The meal was included in ticket price and the menu consisted of a vari- ety of foods such as Roast Beef, Seafood Newburg, and several types of vegetables, salads, and desserts. The ban- quet room, over-looking Newport Harbor, came alive with girls in stylish dresses and escorts in tuxedos at 7:00 p.m. Dinner was served an hour later. Following the final course, the band began to warm up and couples crowded the floor to dance. The highlight of the evening took place at about 10:00 p.m., when the band recessed for the crowning ceremony. The Prom Court, consisting of Delphine Acosta, Rose Castro, Debi Clement, Marian McCutcheon and Denise Miranda, was introduced and escorted onto the dance floor. Janice Higa, the 1977 Prom Queen, was present "to crown the new Queen. With rising anticipation, Janice held the crown over each girl's head and a breathless audience waited for the announcement-The 1978 Prom Queen is Marian McCutcheon! An added attraction to the evening was a tour of the harbor on a boat belonging to the Balboa Pavillion. The boat took several cruises during the hours of the Prom in order to allow everyone a chance to see the lighted harbor. Also, throughout the evening, punch was served from a sparkling fountain, and toward the end of the dance cake was provided. The Prom came to an end at approximately 12:00 p.m. and the banquet room was once again empty. As couples descended the beautiful, carpeted staircase, they were already looking back on the evening with pleasant mem- ories. V Queen Marian McCutcheon Princesses Rose Castro, Delphine Acosta, and their escorts discuss sea-going events, while cruising the harbor. Princess Delphine Acosta g Princess Debi Clement Princess Rose Castro l l 1 4 1 1 l i l 1 Princess Denise Miranda 9 9 eale c7?omanfic JZ 'Mark Platt, Debi Lacey, Jerry Kelly and Linda Lackey ascend staircase, after a sight- seeing tour of the harbor, on the Pavillion Queen. romantic music. 1 is il I R1 1 I6 ' f fr - ., wp 'M' QQ! Q P2 ffl f 'ls9,g'?i v A--Q... 'bex JJ? 'Soft Summer Breezes," create a romantic atmosphere for Princess Debbie Clement and Ron Skaviril. 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Ken Rice rushes through Bassett's defensive line to block punt. 126 Varsity Football Covina South Hills Baldwin Park Charter Oak Nogales Rowland Workman Bassett Azusa N Coachella Valley Damien ,if S jlfigg 4' s :fa I , ' 6' 1,'.Z"7 i xg' P , I va' Q parinn 'to defend their Montview bea ue Ch -hi-W th W' g g ampions ip, e varsity lnners displayed a balanced offensive and defensive attack in captur e Cross Town Crown for the second year in a row South Hills Huskies were the next opponent for the Northview en The Vikes went into the game possibly a little overconfldent and eaten by the always powerful Huskies 21 7 It was the first time that view had scored against South Hills in five years Vikings in their following encounter with the Baldwin Park Braves rushed This disheartening defeat was probably the turning point of ikings season. Though beaten badly, the players seemed to reach themselves and find that pride necessary to make them toughen up. ride was displayed along with the Vikes resiliency as they recorded a over Charter Oak. e Vikings followed up the Charter Oak win with a triumph over the s Nobles before a Homecoming crowd filled with alumni, parents, ts, and teachers. This win was sparked by Jerry Holderls timely 90 ickoff return for a touchdown. ring up momentum from two consecutive victories, the Vikings, mas- ' the gridiron, were able to defeat the Rowland Raiders. In the follow- aek, the Vikes smothered the Workmen Lobos 27-6, a game in which ikings displayed an awesome defense. 1. . . 1 y v E h h ill team started the pre-season with an upset over the Covina Colts. I. . . . . - X U - 77 ' I n 1 . . y . . . v J . , - ' . . e . . y . . . . . , 1 Y e 1 c mg themselves in a second place tie with Workman and in a must win on the Vikings took on and downed a tough Bassett Olympian team. ime the team put on both a good offensive and defensive show. in sole possession of second place in the Montview League, the Vikes the regular season with a victory over the Azusa Aztecs. The game was hted by their once again superb defensive job as they earned their ut-out victory. Thus, the Vikings carried a six game winning streak eir first C.I.F. playoff game. contest was staged against the Coachella Valley Arabs, a team whose is located in the desert on the east side of Indio. The Vikes loaded a id left from Northview at 11:00 A.M. on Friday, November 19. Arriv- Coachella Valley at about 1:30 P.M., the team went out on the field armed up for approximately one hour. They then went to a team meal 'terwards returned back to the school to prepare for the game. Vikings then proved that they were a far superior team by pummeling 'abs. It was an all around superb performance hy the Vikes, including ecial teams Qkick-off team, kick-off return team, etc.l which accounted o touchdowns in the game. Vikings' next C.I.F. contest was played against the Damien Spartans ere ranked number 1 in the conference. The game was played over the zsgiving holidays, and as a result, the Vikings were out practicing on :sgiving morning while most other people were sleeping in. The Vikes racticed the following morning, which showed the dedication shared .h the players and coaches. Saturday night the stands were packed at the District Field when the started. The first half was played to a 14-14 tie. ln the second half, the ins outscored the Vikes and won the battle, 28-14, thus ending the long orious season of the Vikings. Coach Rich Deltosa remarked that, "The im was one of the best I have ever coached and l'm sorry to see the end." All in all, the Vikings had proven to everyone that they were a .o be proud of. I - f ,Ju - ' AH.. E i S .,,, , 1 1 A Aii. .,, .... . . K .. 1: I if -5 -E 1,5 is Q., IRIEIII Io tlllrl QU' Fullback Jorge Bory is stopped after gain against Damien. 'bf' -me f ,. .,..a.,., .t Q.- -.wists Tight end Kevin Peters breaks into the open against Charter Oak. Sam Grijalva scores a touchdown against Bassett to give the Vikes a commanding lead. Linebacker Don Stinnett takes on a blocker. Varsity Football 129 ophs on my lo oal 1 w l On way to goal, Dennis Delgado breaks through Charter Oak's defense. Eric Carreon sets his position for a victorious pass. 130 Soph Football IS. 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Rall Alien. 0-,mr Hmmm hee! and Mske Brrdsong Honorable Menhou was reeeuwrl hw Mukev Lugo and John Nelhon .F Gill Allen exe S extra effort to Outrun opponents. --5 Pg Varsity Cross Country 131 tion. Oscar Huicochea and Nelson Duenas take an easy jog to get warmed up for the upcoming race. AQ Closing in on the final bend, Nelson Duenas puts out an extra burst of ener- gy- 138 Cross Country . 4' 'P e Maintaining a steady pace, John Nel- son looks ahead and listens to coach Greer yell his time at the halfway point. David Klenk checks with statistician for time and finishing posi- flllll Iou nl! S' 3 i -M2 kr: X . Nearing the end of the coursei Mickey Lugo streaks toward the final tibn-d-u-K ing the race against Baldwin Park. .:,: ,'.A ' .,1. 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' 9 Young, enthusiastic, and determined to win were the major attributes of the 1977 girls varsity tennis team Karen Fazio, a sophomore had one of the stron gest serves in the league and occupied the position of number one singles this year Madeline Cor dero, a Junior with one year s varsity tennis exper lence and many hours of lessons developed one of the best forms on the team Laurene Compomizzi a Junior, was known for her well developed two handed backhand and top spin forehand which made it hard for her opponents to return the ball. She filled the number three singles position. Monica Nichols, a four year varsity player, was a very experienced player. Pam Cartwright, a sen- ior, and a two year tennis veteran, performed dyn- amically at the net. Nichols' strong ground strokes and Cartwright's aggressive net play made the perfect combination for the strongest number one doubles team in the Montview League. The num- ber two doubles were sophomores, Paula Horsley and Carren Chaney. 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M., 7' -an-5 44 a....u-NAB-A -4-v-'T-af-Hr' Nogales Baldwm Park Bassett Rowland Azusa Charter Oak Workman Nogales Baldwm Park Bassett Rowland Azusa Charter Oak Workman OPP 'vw-so-v 351 4 Hg ra ,r .Quan '1 2 f ,Z f 1 I M 1 if f M With dedication and patience the J V tennis team practiced and 1m proved throughout the season The girls learned from their mistakes the first time and excelled with every match Having only one returning player handicapped the team at first because they were so inexperienced Playing number one slngles was Linda Threadglll while the number two spot was held by Lucy Yanez Number three slngles was Sandy Harris followed by Yvonne Valdez Kathy Finan and Lisa Poortman Playing doubles were number one Z ,QLHU ' ,zffffx-,1,,.::gg u v u x 1: 1'-an ,,,, x Aiwa 1: Paula Clear-Chris Heinze number two Geneva McNamara-Lori Medina number three Jackie London-Shauna Kapel and number four MaryLou Nichols-Theresa White. 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K krrk Mig? , A MXWNLANX K i PRE-LEAGUE Covina Bishop Amat LEAGUE Nogales Baldwin Park Bassett Rowland Azusa Charter Oak Workman Nogales Baldwin Park Bassett Rowland Azusa Charter Oak Workman Av ,,.. s 'l '5f H'!!Qls...H K si Q s 55' .ss S -3 gt- t Sweat, exhaustion and a will to win could he seen each day at varsity basketball practice. Varsity practices consisted of two hour workouts four days a week. in- cluding early Saturday morning workouts. Most practices had many drills designed to help strengthen specified areas of the team's game, such as re- bounding, ball handling and shooting. With these drills were periods set up for conditioning which were mostly running of short sprints timed by the coaching staff. These two hour practices were put together each day by Coach Ron Rice and his first year assistant, Fred Contreras. They met each day and dis- cussed the weakest points displayed by the team that week. 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Terry Yanllerslae, BACK ROW: Coach 5 nada. Ken Acnsla. -left' Nlr'I'osI1. ,Q N FRESHMAN TEAM FRONT ROW: Troy West, Eric Christiansen, Scott Rue, Don Shires, Mike Carlton, BACK ROW: Brian Platt Brian McFarland, Todd Richards, Don Purrington, Ken Johnson, Scott Kay. 55 E 3 liii an in e- 5 ,, ws si WI , e. y sf ' R, Wa5S,Qg'fffM'gQ4e'f?g , -Q32 ' 2- W. C I 1 -iw iii 23251 M, ' , A A, K' .-f' " 'ft-. ., , X oft X -.., A JW E was , i Inn peli nee oenhen ounclalion lol gmmffw-M SX. FRONT ROW: Dan McCoy, Mark Zemlicka, Phil Fraijo, Rory Werner, Ted Rubio, 'Mike Nelson, Gerhard Ossner, Larry Lowe, Kevin Hootmar Jerry Lovell, Nick Babakitis, Coach DeRosa. BACK ROW: Chris Babakitis, Coach Singh. Z 5 v Mike Nelson braces himself as his opponent tries to gain an edge. Viking attempts to break grasp of opponent. I9 elven llrovlcl lllong Iea E 1 f5::5 .f:: :g. ::g EQ t 5 , 5 25555525 3 f tt' " ' 5 ' f ZSiW"i'QvW ' ZM11 1-liw1f?53i" tWf7'S'izwQ 1 -f f ul ' I ,li ,.... sf: if .. 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'arsily' Wrestling 159 Jeff Spangler firmly grasps opponent as he struggles to maintain an advantage. rw0l'k to A tfaill 1 hem ' Q Q , - fziz,-' , " 1 5, r if, 'fi , i P ' ' 23555 -r 'Z 55, -77 season.: "Q Q fi this iFfEiir.'S:?'11liVL .'wre4if:iiE5fi-'F' fflirilh-11i5'g51gi'eat Ideal oifzfi? it effort 'tii-1'rep9a:t'thiit orrhancgf met many ubseacik -Isa-me peset, efehas been afllairge number A of 8f.hEii?ff.83-OH 'thee-team, lhiw. year being. an excep- ' tim: the-igeam. was as Vaidxsadvgntage'Vhavzng fewer-gl wre11Ll1Q.:5sf'ew.' kiwi" 5??:',g2.-iiirxivffltffvriftwinning. smilie three zmzfgmfesuz '11-E ' seviiiesi '," the seawon L,-exactlyg gg'q I a succefesjg imff 'cixifz -ibifae latin. -bui!d' 1'a1f1hetwr' ,team '- for's16xtlyeaf.' . - r- ' r 1 ' '- Q Efxpstigftmvgiing to Azgsag the Vikmgsput down' P. the Aaizecs 53 to 42. Ajfterjthis fine stark-'NfxrthvE'ew' ,- lostlto-Ba1dwin'Pakle.,:24g.tei"45, The, Viking: grappiers . Q than ,,gXi?g:lii1?i10ed fa, joygiasf 9ictory'i3yg?3ffgA assett, '3135 11,1 121.1 3Th6,'V'ik1ings ffhehr :'fef.i-'finfso gae short zlliifiiiiifi' strea1xjgf.Q1 to'Ch41i?tSeiff0ak, 'Nzigaliiagiand Rowiaiki,-"the scorgsg- 1 being'19y4E2, 21-38, andf-211145 respectively. The wres- I tiers than ended the season with a surprising victory over Workman, 33-0. V 1 'j 3 ' Q 1 , -1 , . . . Q , Q Q. ff 1. 4' 1 Q .. iz rs . 0 Q 1 ' 1 r- - ' . - . 1 m a. ,. . Q., K . p fs 4 3 'U Steve Comfort works for an escape from opponent in an away match Bob Wallace succeeds in taking down opponent, and prepares for the pin. JIVI Wrestling 161 ,N.l Nm wa sa M .4 5 I 5 X c x x mmfmw,mmnm,, 11 ....,.,,..,,W,......w...u.- 'Jw . x L it bv" -MSM M... '-...,, H Mftgsgtfyggllis ggfsyx wpfvrkvtggf ff t.f5,-fnmz5..:1 in X K 'fftrllw' 9515 'v The girls' varsity basketball team worked to strengthen their intensity, their concen' tration, and their defense. The team prac- ticed lay-ups, jump shots, and dribbling drills to help build these skills. Starting line-up, Paula Clear, Pam Cart- wright, JoAnn Kirsch, Debbie Watson, and Jenny Haines strived to overcome their most difficult opponents, Rowland, Workman, Bassett, and Charter Oak. Other team members, Carren Chaney, Jenny Whipple, Barbara VVing, Nancy Feilen, Madelin Cordero, and Laurel Otto worked with the starting players in holding down their opponents. Height, shooting ability, and ball control were essential in making the team. Coach Jim Pashone felt that Paula Clear and Pam Cart- wright were best in these categories. Varsity player Debbie Watson felt that Northview had an excellent team when the members played together. Reducing the number of turnovers, how many times the op- posing team steals the ball, was one thing many players felt was important. 5 3 3 fb -5,-,ff ...xl -xx .fi P P 'A EF A hard-working group of girls compounded this year's J.V. girls' basketball team. Although inexperience seemed to hinder them throughout the season, the girls overcame this with their hard work and hustle. Leading this group of girls were sophomores Chris Heinze and Geneva McNamara. Heinze and McNamara both played on the team as freshmen and were powerful offensive threats. Cindy Cohen and Chris Metts were two other members of the squad who contributed greatly. Cohen, a sophomore, also played on the team for the second year in a row. Metts, a transfer stu- dent from Torrance, was a pivo- tal member of the team as she played the post. Coach Penter strived to pre- pare these girls for future varsity teams Mrs. Penter remarked that Basketball takes a certain sense to play. You have to know when to move to the open spot and do it quickly. It also takes a great deal of team play and together." 'P' W - , 1 Goalsters Play With Desire , Competitiveness ze!"-'N 5 us Plzarro Coach Hall Brll Gonzalez Fernando De ford Mlcheal Hartford Bob Worman Soccer an extremely strenuous game rs a verv tough sport to participate m It takes a great amount of endurance because of the rannmg involved and xt takes superb eye to foot coordmatron smee the players have to control the ball totally wlth their feet and lege it also takes a great des! of love for the game not the glory that at might brxng because of the slmple fact that soccer rs not a very popular sport and rt doesn t draw much pubhcsty The '71 78 soccer team was certaxnly a very hard worlnng group of voung men Leading thus group of dedicated men were captams Al Vrterx and Chris Mendez both returnmg iettermen Vrten and Mendez played the positions of center half and center forward, respectively. These positions dealt mainly with the offensive part of the game. Two other players who contributed to the squad were Toni Hi- guera and Gus Pizarro, also returning lettermen. Higuera, who played left wing, was said to be one of the team members who con- stantly improved his game. Pizarro, a left fullback, was also com- ing back from a promising year as a junior. ' Coach Hall, a first year coach who attended Azusa Pacific, felt that the team was a hustiing and happy one whether they were winning or losing. ' RONT RO George Castro om Hlguera Chrrs Mendez Brran Bruun la Ross?-Al-V-iterh-John McCall. BACK ROW: Eric Franco, Lester Hart Coalle Brlan Bruun stops opponent s attempt to score Varsity SOCCCI 167 il I' as PERS 1? 6 Yi ' ing M jf Qrsxgwa-M WW...-N K. -- W 3' MW .- .., N A. . . ...Ni repares to head ball toward Vi JM 8 N... 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Varsity Saccer 5555. f:5:-:::5.s-.a,:5.a.':f:J :::--':g:.52:5 25:55 ' I :al :as-'ii i ., fl l jg jst E as 2 sg l l .,s., Igg E fzz 5.2. f2'f22efe1 Zggzgiizi Egigi lnzllnlf s t il l l s s eeaete at e we sss sssssssss s ss s t t ss ss e il sss l l s ttt llll lll lltl l is 170 V ty S Chris Mendez makes clever maneuvers to steal ball from Azusa player. Displa s Goordination Gus Pizzaro attempts a goal. JM Soccer Works To ether for Victory Vmrkntg together was the mam thang that I lf sorter ioach Coolshv tried to emphasxfe with hrs team this Veer lhe out'-tandmg offensive unit at the team was a great asset to the squad The absiftv thev had for pafenng the hall helped them to defeating thesr tough opponents Accorclmg to Coach fmolsbv it takes a specxal kind of person to he a successful serccez' plaver He must be e team player able to work well wsth others He must also be able to suppress his emo tions on the field even when things get rough Practices conexsted of trvmg to learn the best was ni keeping total control of the ball Outstanding players were Yuan Castro Rob Camera and Phillip Nichols Team captains were Mike Hem and Steve Bama As the season progresses! the team tried to corn munzaate more wnth each other so they could put forth these best efkxrt to help there end the season vactorzously When asked to comment on the team Q nach Goolshy said The success of the year was not due to the efforts of any one mdwidoal tt was all a team effort FRONT ROWQ Mike Horn, Fred Crosby, Steve Barna, Juan Castro, Doug Heathcoat, James Morris, Rob Camero, SECOND ROWQ Ralph Curty, John Howard, David Smith, Todd Es- pinda, Rubin Martinez, Paul Richards. 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QSQQE' On a game day these girls could be seen out on the field in brand new uniforms, provided by the P.E. department. The flashy uniforms consisted of knickers, which were solid black with a gold stripe down the leg. Two tops, one for home games which were black with gold sleeves and for away games a gold top with black sleeves, completed the uniform. These sharp and stylish uniforms, along with the team's well practiced and developed skills made them a stand-out in the Montview League. The team had strong returning power: senior Pam Cartwright, juniors Madaline Cordero and Jenny Whipple, sophomores Debbie Watson, Paula Clear, Sherri Flagg, and Chris Heinze. 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ROW: Dave Haserneyer, Kevln Warendorp, Brian Butler, Mike Klnzle, Dan Morgan, SECOND Brady McCord, Jerry Holder, Nick Ripoly, Greg Turner, Sam Grijalva BACK ROW: Steve Suarez Dave Hasemeyer sets up to field grounder. 179 Varsity Baseball , , 1.4 Tough Practice Session c 1 l Left fielder Joe Familari readies to spring after any ball hit in his direction. 1 After fielding a ground ball, Brian Butler comes up throwing to first base. Speedster ilim adds another tally to the Viking score. 180 Varsity Baseball ggizrgs Ejrkissian has a look of determination and concentration on 1 prepares to deliver a pitch. 1 1 A . . 1 1 it Team 's Ablll ty the' performances of 'past baseball 12'xeanieikE'f,Nim1wieo'5".1H'Sgsa'iseaeoi was-a, very high ual fer Coach Bah Reyzwlris to set fer has '78 squad each Reynolds was dewrmmed to have Just as good as team if not better than these an the est smce many ef hrs nat teams have gone to C I As a result of thxs gee the practice sessions were tough and demanding both physically and mentally The players were well trained and disciplined Much ef the practice focused upon developing fundamental slnlis and self dasaxplme Each player worked intently at has specific Jeb trying to improve his sms das! The team was constantly asked to hast e on an aff the field, whether the situation be practxce er a game They were kept mentally aware of what was gluing on around them so that they would be rea y te re lace someone Each member of the team was pus ed so that he would get the maximum potentsel out of hrs own abrixty And for anyone who has ever been to a Northvxew game and seen Coach Reynolds coaching third base, rt as obvious that the players have to be awake when C ch Reynolds gives them a sign The remark is oft-an made that a team plays the way that it ractxees If this saymg holds true, our varsrty base ll 'team must have had some well orgamxeel, well disciplined, and well run practices Vikings encourage fellow teammates in an attempt to fire them up. Mike Kinzie blocks a pitch in the dirt. S Viking Greg Turner keeps eye on the ball while practicing his swing. Varsity Baseball 181 Team D 'scipl he Aids ? 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' ,.,. .v ,V Brian McFarland bends to scoop up the ball, hoping to produce the last Aiming toward home plate, Victor Vitacca practices his pitching skills. rut of the inning, WAX x, X S ,.,F.,., .Y wwe . , , t we Q-fvsgwww - r Q- fni ai' F ' -1Uln17"K 1 as A, f 4 nd .N . 'ii iiii 'W ,132 figs W" sw ,Ark FRONT ROW: John Maulucci, Vince Lopez, Dave Locknart, Kevin Murphy, Mark Beeston, SECOND ROW: Steve Reedy, Bill Curdy, George Bailey, Bruce Porter, Bob Whooten, Andrew Boada, BACK ROW: Nick Blandino, Gregg Givens, Troy Scott, Ken Acosta, Brian McFarland, Victor Vitacca, Gary Wax. Freshman Baseball 185 vx. Wi M1 5 -"1ff:2,-' - 2 5 Q .,,,,,,... 55522 2 5 .X,,.... , 5 P 33555255235f"?ifE1-i? 55 5 "':"'---'--V--- E X Q EH!! M M .,.... M Am :-'-: ' ' -W K 3 ' wg - wif.. Wm -V ,. , if Inlnxy '! - ---' Q Q55 ak .. 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A new twist was added to the bad- minton schedule this year, team mem- bers being given the opportunity to attend a badminton clinic at North- view, Tuesday February 28. Instruc- tors were the women members of the U. S. Traveling Badminton Team. They trained the girls on smashes, backhand and forehand shots, short and long serves, and other important skills and maneuvers necessary to play a strong game of badminton. Coach Caroline Jones felt that the varsity team was enthusiastic and had the determined attitude needed to achieve success. She also believed that the team anticipated a winning season after working diligently on a conditioning program for two months. W if 1 ? fi 1 .4 f 2 f a H Z Q h 'N , , j ,, , ,.,.,., U 1 iii is ,fffff - ! ,,., O , awww fl! 2 ,QW jf H Bl? ' 'hnwiiw 'f . 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BACK ROW: Bob Ryman, Mike , Dirienzo, Barry Young, Mickey Lugo. A a, .ll ii tiff e ,fy 4 if aiilifaffvffiiiiififfe Y 'ylururlxy :" 'wx' ywfw y Bi'ffTf'?"Y,..YZv'3'j3QJfYY W: "?f'Y'if.?fN , 5 Y ,. ' Y' Tf?1"'f'f1i?xf'x""?f"ki'?'YY' YW fg,,rf,f:g3f: :ff if 'Y in YQSVQ N . Y , 5 , N , 1, 7,1 A .t x V V V, It ig lwlvb ' a' T "' i' ' r- A V 'fTf"'v'I!' - R ,ff 1 N ,, X Os if W y y 'SA -," Z3-.f i f , 1 if an fiaaay, XMa,...,,,,. .1-11-v-' 'H .....m.nctS31f-M' Vic Verdugo warms up by hitting forehand ground strokes. I 4 Barry Young waits while his number 2 doubles partner, Rob Ryman, follows through with serve. Varsity Tennis 191 Var ity Ren is Swing to Vic ary With a look of anticipation on his face, Barry Young displays a fine forehand in returning opponent's serve. Mike Dirienzo puts both his arms to use as he "bats" the tennis ball back across the net. -s. it Q gl ass .,.,.,,., semi is Eg ae E gigs E5 is ,gil bb 5 UE .:,r. 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P uns., let 'en'-'-5 3 3" 'rr'-1 " rv: ---- fr- -l s W., - .4 ,. s -- ' ' " "" -' -f f -Mkrw' '--f--pww, ....., N Tim Croushore stands ready at the net, while partner Fred Espey serves to oppo- nents. Poised with an air of confidence, John Simpson returns shot with a powerful forehand. 193 Tennis Shows 0f f Smooth tyle "ww Mn. g fi? ,V g,,f?Q . grfwg-fa ti Q 'W J i 772.5 xl y 7A J . f - wb ,, s s so --'f 4 1' Q ,," :M III - ' ' Y N V 'i , , WL: el J ir ' - W riir 3 W Q W ' Q. ff :els .1 1 as Ml, J, Tim Croushore crushes an overhand smash. With a face of competitiveness, Mike Dirienzo puts from the baseline. I! I W----' s 431 Q Ron Bunning concentrates on forehand during an intense match. 194 Varsity Tennis Fred Espey follows through with strength on a top spin on a shot .fi if .I al M., , ww his serve. 4 Y 1 I ,-.M xflmllldgl , J f f .... , s - V may f , A I 1 41' Qs on FA t 3, ,. ww f ar if ii 4 A -M, 1,11 F? Q' un-:ui tl... i qs! 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Velllx ' vars er 'ss' llZfLM3l'f We ,r Hilfgffgtt ARM M, ,M , EPM .r " , - Q Si? M. ,s... 4, Q -Q3 'fihxlgwl A3131 Y' 'Y ugsffiii .fH"JH1b? xiii" ..,s,17gir,.S255fti.g,3wZ3.iW if . fim,,vq,f,,..f,s.3f-gif 45,555 . -453. , -,mp 23 gjgfgjf sixties gwgagseeggelfvfeygrfbe Tiff A fi ir. Vl1?i?fVi"'fa5 fief, Q If 1 1 2.ts?E, ,,,,wv5i5 ,,..l A Sv' wg igwr gt A, y.. FU, 53, vibrate: ,Q 9' WW: 1 52 -f Q ' I mvffff-z,.swwfZwQ2'5 izwzwf .Wes J.V. Tennis s A , ,.,.,.m M , , M.,- FRONT ROW: Coach Maury Greer, Brad Gaye, Ron Bonner, Karl Tolar, Oscar Huicochea, Sergio Lanzo, Jeff Williams, Bob Zehm, Armando Colmenero. SECOND ROW: Nelson Duenas, Fred Crosby, Ren Cordero, Ken Bartholmeuw, Pat LaCiste, Chris Weatherwax, Doug Heathcoat, Pual Hostetlar. THIRD ROW: Joe Moran, Richard Wheaton, Mike Birdsong, John Rountree, Juan Castro, Kevin Flemming, Scott Moreno, John Nelson, Bill Allen. BACK ROW: Coach Mike Westphal, Keith Allen, Greg Boretz, Joe Stupor, Sinapati Uiagalelei, Johan Koenig, Ger- hard Ossner, Albert Gonzalez, Mark Hall, Victor Fabris. 1 Richard Wheaton sprints toward the pole vault bar. Bill Allen runs toward the finish line to boost the Viking score. 196 Varsity Track Joe Moran and Oscar Huicochea pace themselves at the beginning of a long distance race. Track Endures Ph sical Pain W' ,gu rl 2 li at 5 A l f1" Q J Kevin Fleming leaps over hurdle in attempt to hold opponents down. - ' Mike Birdsong sprints in a short race Becanse the varsity track members degli- mted every afternoon and Saturday morning , to practice, Coach Maury Greer felt that the team was very strong in the short distance' races and in the jumps. Each athlete had a choice of which events he would lxke to compete in although Coach I reer encouraged the members to choose events that would help the team Coach Greer felt that some of the teams strong members were number one long and hugh yamper Jeff Wxlhams high ranked shot putter Johan Koenig and drstaace racers Nelson Duenas and Oscar Huxcochea Team members did stretchxng exercises and sprint form dnlls and logged two laps to improve their track and field skxlls Workman, Bassett and Nogales hugh schools were the players most challenging opponents mainly because the Vikings were slow in the sprmtmg events by comparison tu those teams Wah such top cmdermen as Jeff Williams, Johan Koen: , Kevin Flemmxng Kevin Due nas and scar Huxcochea partncxpatmg Northvxew had a strong varsxty track team this year . . ! I . A . , . . D . y . G n Y . , , ! Q . N . o Q -4 4 I 1 . Y Varsity Track 197 3' , If ' 4' we Karl Tolar shoots off the blocks, concentrating on a good run. Completing a successful jump, Kevin Felming notes position of the next hurdle. f' Var ity Track Sp ints ,, ., ,.,. Proceeding down runway, Scott Moreno concentrates on a good vault. Sinapati Uiagalelei gapes in surprise at his astonishing put. 198 Varsity Track s w- QW gig ll :,fE,2., :,,,:::,:::, A is afE , H ii 5 . 2 sr . -33:1-ge-:-':,a , . ' 'f-'3151-:rs 2 A. W img W , , ..'. is Ya! 9 i l mal .ii fi if Yi 121 8' wifi? If :.,A :f.1 f H .'r. 5 -155 :": Q 5 , . "i" MWWMWWWM lwgui :AE.:A V,.:5 Q get :" 1 if we . Q r -1 1 c - ---- . .... -- .,,, ii : . , - ,:A, H ".A 2 sax .,VA iii? ' 3 iz? ii 22" Q , gi ,ggi E - is :...: I i,r'f '..,i 1 ..., "'1 's2"2:f5f1515Q2:. , 5' it L '.'2-'.' 2 3 Mimi? f ff: r ,--.: 1,..:f .A,. ..,- F a E if .,.. S., 5 I .Qs as .,1M-' f 4- E ff' 1, .,.A..A Q J.. if ra 4 .A- --2". "'M -,,'1 E Y 4 r ""' A Smmmmmmwmmm' 1'i '-+Q 1-+Q ':-'Q: Ahead af 0 po itbn Wh . ,, ' iw ",- ,, ,, , ' .kihh Rioundtree kicks off starting blocks in anticiip'Etio1ic"6f"'HUfdiesaHead. 1 Mike Birdsong, preparing for his race, completes his stretching exer- cises. Varsity Track 199 M t M rrrgz :i,5 , t ipl p Sp p 43, fn? as i 9 .4 fer: w""" 5 9 9 411 W ff 4 M ' " """ A gzg' i W e ivl 5 1 ,e..M ,M fm ,mo ,xv Q w I, Using the "Fosberry Flop," high jumper Paul Hostetler strains to clear the bar. Senior Keith Allen crosses the finish line for another varsity victory V It V Its to Vi0t0l'y Victor Fabris dazzles spectators with his lasting endurance in the distance run. it 1. r':k S 5 K g jsif- 1 wo.. 4 . 4 5 5 Sophomore Bob hm springs over low hurdles on the way tog e finish line t aw i , W H. WZ Freshman rack Hurdle Ubs tacles LRONT ROW: Rob Camero, Scott Birdsong, Ken Garkow, Lorin Ebel, Gilbert Lozano BACK ROW: Corey wyer, Mike Carlton, Dave Young, Larry Werle, Rick Pasquale, Coach Maury Greer ., wt V it W xi FW to . ,M ,Nm We f 'W' Haw f m..,N i lall 5 ALLZZi llal taaar taaa i l, u ra., V Cory Dwyer and Larry Worley practice getting a rapid jump out of the starting fl' block. Sprinter Dave Young paces himself as he completes the last stretch. Freshman Track 201 Johan Koenig has been name Athlete of the Year for his excellent athletic abilities while at Northview As a freshman Koenig Joined three teams frosh football track and base ball He placed second in the froshf soph track league finals for the shot u Koenig moved right up to varsity football and track in his sophomore year He was appointed to the second team all league in football and he came ln second in both the froshfsoph track league finals and the C I F track fmals for shotput Durmg his third year at Northview Johan Koenig again participated was second in the varslty track league fmals and he was on the first team all league in football that year This year the varsity football and track teams signed up Koenig for the fourth straight year He pulled in more awards as he was noted Most Valu able Player for the varsity football team and was named to the first team all league in football and first team all C I F also for football p tl . . 4 varsity football and varsity track. He Striving for points, Koenig hurls the shot ...Q .f-"'N""' N .. . f fw- ,, .'3'!l.4,,'r is Q , 5 bove opponents, Pam Cartwright shoots for two. A we J z-- ..N,,,W.,,a-swan-w4if:a.,f:a4a.,,r . . ,.,,, wa. .N .,, ,gg ,Z ...ft V s,.4.s, I M U , .ig q,,+,t,. K A xl I Cartwright slams the softball into the outfield. X it w-if. This year, the coaches chose to honor Pam Cart- wright as the 1978 Athlete of the Year. As a freshman, Cartwright lettered in varsity bas- ketball, was on the J.V. softball team, and managed the J.V. volleyball team. In her second year at Northview she again partic- ipated in varsity basketball, J.V. softball, and she joined the J.V. tennis squad. She was awarded the title of Most Improved in basketball, and Most Val- uable Player on J.V. softball. Cartwright was a member of varsity sports only, last year, as she took part once more in basketball, softball, and tennis. Pam was named to the Mont- view all-league teams for basketball and softball along with an Honorable Mention in tennis. She was also awarded Outstanding Player of the varsity tennis team. Pam worked with the varsity tennis basketball and softball teams this past year and she was voted Most Valuable Player for the varsity tennis squad. 33 Sf fi .... .,.,.,,, 1, ,, ,,, ,.. 4, , M , 1' N ...sa .1 .4 ,.. M. ,,. ,, ,,, M A L' A .3 ' 1 sg? if 55gs,k.,5,..,,5 -asgasrf .M r ,im V. , s Cartwright aims for the tennis ball, concentrating on her service. Athletes Of The Year 203 I - X xi Rf N? ' Ne- N ,-:CJ - ' . ' is T ,J Y :QE f 4 "M K x. 'V I J A -f-, x' 5 LVM... 1 ' 5, N - ,E x N- f M ,, xi, L -E' f' E K , ' .J -1 M- x . J g xg"A-Nd' I '-fw,,,,Jj ---v' - . g ,f .-f N 1 'f its X , F X -V J. A -X Xml! . 1 b f . ' if H X. '-.x ' ,-X A y i,,. it .f A' 'J' . X , , Nz' K 4 . N I. x. , - A Q ' ,,.-, A M -... 4 ' J .2 ,H 1 , X 5 ' . ..,.,,1 1 . . in. , ., . . N. - ' Q N. 1 'V ,.r : .-'J f WAN W... 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N 233 58763113 Q S It alllbegan last spring-the choosing of the 1977-1978 Pep Unit. The first step in trying out for a unit was to attend a three to four week clinic, in which skills, to be performed during screening, were taught. Each girl was taught one cheer or routine, one chant and approximately three skills, aside from a required, original cheer or routine made up by the girl. All of this preparation was for screening which was when the girls performed individually for a board of 10 12 'ud es The ' J 8 - judges consisted of teachers, senior cheerleaders, heads of squads and two representatives from Leadership. Competi- tors for the specific squads screened after school, each unit trying out on a different day. At the end of the week a bulletin was posted telling who had passed screening. This part of trying out was the most difficult for some girls, but for the majority, voting proved to be the most nerve-wracking. Voting is a very important step in choosing Pep Units. It gives the student body an opportunity to become involved in deciding who will represent Northview during the coming year. Voting is also the last step, and therefore the deciding factor in being on a Pep Squad. The results of the elections were announced at a rally, and that was the ultimate mo- ment-the Pep Unit was finally being announced. The 24 girls chosen were lucky enough to participate in a full year of unique experiences. Their jobs were time consum- ing, but everyone succeeded in having a lot of fun. The first major event for the whole Pep Unit was camp. During the first six weeks of summer the cheerleaders, songleaders, and 206 Pep Unit flag-twirlers could be seen practicing at all hours of the day Camp was held July 23 through July 26 at Pepperdine Uni versity in Malibu. Determined to be ready for it, the Ped Unit learned competition cheers and routines to perfection While at camp, each squad received individual awards, group awards and spirit sticks. The work and determination that had been put into the practices greatly improved each groups After camp, practices were resumed, but this time in prep aration for football. Voices, yelling cheers and chants, coul be heard clear across Northview's campus. Rally uniform were being made and everyone anticipated the first football game. All this took place before school started in September but the scene was reconstructed in December, before th start of the basketball season. Squads met to practice ne cheers and modify old routines, basketball uniforms were being sewn or shopped for, and everyone was excited for the sport to begin. The main idea dominating this year's Pep Unit was change. Different cheering methods were used at games, cheering was only done between plays or during time outs. This was to allow the audiences to really watch the games and to build spirit among the crowds when chants were done. The Pep Unit also worked with the Rally Club to help make the rallies become more organized and successful. On the whole, the Pep Unit worked to help rebuild a sense of pride and enthusiasm among Northview's student body. if UQ GIS Tlliill e EB S Q The dedication and talent of the 1977-1978 varsity cheer- leaders allowed them to become involved in some very exciting activities. While at summer camp, they were asked to perform for KNBC Channel 4 News. Northviews' varsity squad, and squads from other schools performed a cheer they had learned at the camp. On July 26, after arriving home from N. C. A. Camp of Champs, these six girls were able to watch themselves on television. The duties of the cheerleaders involved delivering various homemade desserts, such as cookies or cupcakes, as inspiration to boys involved in sports, controlling the crowds at games by doing cheers that were spirited rather than negative toward the other team, and generally reising school spirit. A new responsi- bility involved their aid in the preparation and production of rallies. Many of the new cheers and chants introduced this year were learned by the varsity squad while at camp. The style that seemed to dominate the chants was "Soul" This type of cheer was a favorite of the cheerleaders, and proved to be instrumen- tal in getting the crowd involved. 4 . ' HPCEI, 55350 AIP hr' Enjoying themse ves, Lori Ward and Karen Lookinbee boogie in support of the ikess Varsity 207 nr: was l . . 1 A dx fr we ,, 1 jpg: or 1- I u 'N , g lf! f . 1' - 'Q y' 'ff U. .X XAEXY' i ,X V if wg f , ll l + if . if 'tyllxf ii: i l .ls lszillli s-gsm. X ' "ii, :Z ' f u,.',. ' l fs 1 f ' .1 fyfff wifi ik ' ay if Patti Plummer explains to Jodie Hanson how the Vikes intercepted the ball. 5913216 UBB so the is Spirit and pride were the points the songleaders believed they were strongest in this year. They demonstrated this by devoting much of their spare time to perfecting cheers and routines. While at camp in Malibu the girls became better acquainted while learning new routines and skills to be used in the coming year. For their outstanding performing ability, they won a 4th place award as a squad and each girl won in- dividual ribbons. During the school year, these songleaders had the opportu- nity to put to use their new ideas at football and basketball games. They performed special routines at a few rallies and at other events such as Back to School Night. Aside from these activities, they also delivered to the athletes on the varsity teams and painted posters for the games. 208 Song Josie Tan and Terri Garcia eye opponents as they gain age. 3 .jk r Karen Heinze and Mary O'Hanlon watch Vikings near go- line ll TlIlDlllf6llQlf?S3 Show Soldier S if t? half-time, Marian McCutcheon and Debi Clement pay close to Baldwin Park's band and drill team. and Peggy Pritchard look fierce as they get attention of the "We've got the Senior soul" is one cheer that pertained to this year's flag unit-all five of the flag twirlers were in the class of '78. Along with cheering at class competitions these girls tried to encourage both students and adults to sup- port Northview and the Viking teams. During the year,besides cheering at football and bas- ketball games, this unit performed routines to the fight song and alma mater, delivered cakes, cupcakes, and candy to the varsity team mem- bers, and painted posters. Before leaving for cheerleading camp at Pep- perdine University last summer, the flag twirl- ers practiced long and hard on a routine to be performed there. This routine won them a rib- bon in the outstanding category. At camp the girls realized that each girl added her own tal- ents and abilities to the group and this could be seen in their cheers and routines. With a big smile, Kim Klauck chuckles at the follies of the other flag twirlers. Flag 209 QQWXS Sheer for lvlmdlerellass Before attending summer camp a' Pepperdine University, this year's J .V cheerleaders concentrated on practicing six days a week. These practices begar at 6:00 A.M. and lasted five hours eacl day. At camp, the girls learned basic anc advanced skills, jumps, pyramids, skits cheers, chants, and tumbling. Durin their stay, they were selected as 6'Mos Spirited" two days in a row. In the Fall, the J.V.'s cheered fo. the sophomores, and many times, the freshman and J .V. football teams Throughout basketball season these girls cheered for the J .V. basketbal' team and as often as possible, the fired up the frosh and soph teams wit enthusiasm. Lisa Poortman and Debbie Horn extend bright smiles to the crowd after cheering While looking out on the field, Lori Zemlicka and Terri Logan worry a Bunny VanOnselen directs spectator traffic at varsity football game. Vicki Viking boogies with the beat of the cheer. . 0 Vicki Viking, Bunny VanOnse1en, had a very inspiring year, spreading enthusiasm within Northview. As mascot, Bunny's job was to spread spirit and participa- tion at the rallies, games, and student body. "Spirit is pride, vith everyone joining together to have a lot of fun," states Bun- hy. Bunny as Vicki Viking, enjoys working by herself and doing hings her way. But she also likes spending time with the rest of he Pep Unit. Having an outgoing personality, to make the crowd want to Eheer along with the rest of the Pep Unit, was a big part of unny's responsibilities. - Majorettes Meg Miller, Vicki McWian and Tammy Noe pose with batons The three very energetic majorettes include Vicki McWain, Tammy Noe, and Meg Miller. While attending Camp of Champs in Long Beach these girls learned a variety of routine styles including show, hoop baton, two baton, and fire baton routines. Vicki, Meg, and Tammy entered several competitions throughout the course of the year. Among these were the Escon- dido, Azusa, and Glendora contests, in all of which they re- ceived first place. The Majorettes performed along with the band and drill team during half time at home football games and occasionally at rallies and home basketball games. Tammy Noe, Meg Miller, and Vicki McWain perform their routine at the County Fair. Y B A B if if ,iit W B... tti B Q gil? ' 'A 'A 7454? ' I . QW t A 4 A if - Q 34 tl it 1 -- tl In . at fri if 1 '-. . N . H ' V t . ' H 1 ".- . K , . N. ., xx Q i f rs , Mar vm VVV.. fr.. I -1' 37,5 . Sitting: Jessica Brooks, Cindy Hurst, and Sheryl Conway. Kneeling: Carolyn Thomas, lea Standing: Kathy Hurst, Inge Zingler, Alberta Trott, Angie Cruz, Darlene Chudley, Missey Ma' Lynne Cestari, Bev Workman, Claudia Horsley, Denise Cole, and Kim Hall. Mar Kim Hall and Bev Workman entertain Viking crowds at a ' 'A ' " 'A' halftime show. 212 Drill Team Alberta Trott and Lynne Cestari march towards trophy at the County Claudia Horsely, Angie Cruz, and Missey Mattis st Fair, attention at halftime. N . ' I Zin lex, and An ie Cruz relax before erformance' Missey Mattis and Darlene Chudley watch Viking Band prac- nge 8 S P tice before competition. ' Emil Award Winnie Y r W it he or 'I r 0 .wiv ' . Q x ,.Lk ri his g...W5.i,,w1igi ' - "-' 'K air 'gs ' fr sffij f. 1 4 "'1,,,'i,Afj?g.,ji W sie, ,- Q, WSH ff iff fl.. M - ,. f X ' L.. ii ' ,. . 'fi' - Nr A 1 is i.,91,a.i ,iv ,Lk sngruli, . i- Q30 'Qi 'fjuw kgs -izYYffgAj. ' .Kai-Ti. Sheryl Conway practices her routine before competition. With new, specially trained leaders, the '77-'78 Vikettes marched through a year of parades, half- time shows, and award winning competitions. Vikette leaders Carolyn Thomas, Jessica Brooks, Claudia Horsley, and Cindy Hurst attend- ed a special drill team camp in Santa Barbara during the summer of '77, Upon their return, the girls taught the rest of the drill team the new routines they had learned. The girls in the unit designed their own uni- forms this year and they were used exclusively by Northview High School. To raise money, the Vikettes sold pizza, candy, and carnations. At the end of the year, a banquet was held at the Diamond Bar Country Club. Awards were given to girls voted as "Outstanding Member," "Most Improved," "Best in Dancef' and "Best in Precision." With Mrs. Sandy Light as instructor, the Vi- kettes performed at all home football games, some basketball games, and competitions at Escondedo, Azusa, West Covina, and Chaffey. The Vikettes also paraded in Hawthorne, Covina, and Glen- dora. The stiff Disneyland competition was con- sidered the most important to the girls because more schools were entered in the contest. The unit spent the weekend within walking distance of the amusement park. They were also given free ticket books. Drill Team 213 E Patiently awaiting the signal from Mr. Campbell, drum major Glen McWherter stands at attention before beginning halftime festivities. Pete Castro practieces intensely before leaving for District Field performance. Qiiltlilfill E53eQ3llSS3 ill 1 l Enjoying themselves after halftime performance, Eric Kaplan and Pat Lac. satisfy hunger with a candy apple. Hui Band members, Jeff Davis, Scott Moreno, Rick Aguilar, and Ray Durocher meet fore halftime competition. band, also known as the "Black and Gold Sound Ma- cine," could usually be heard practicing. Prior to the opening of school in September, the i band's musicians met twice every day to prepare for the coming football season, along with many competitions they entered. As a result of their sincere dedication, the "Sound Machine" was invited to more competitions this year T than ever in the past. Placing first in Escondido and Azusa halftime competitions, along with the music sweepstakes in the Glendora competition, early in Octo- ber, the band also participated in halftime tourna- ments in Chaffey and West Covina. Other events in- cluded parades at the Los Angeles County Fair, Disney- land, and Magic Mountain. Having done well in the last few years at competition, the band was honored when they were invited to par- ticipate in the 1978 Fiesta Bowl ceremonies held in Arizona. Mr. Doug Campbell, the band director, feels that the year was a success with Drum Major Glen McWherter, Assistant Drum Major Scott Stonestreet and a fine group of musicians. When asked the difference between this year's band and the bands of other years, Mr. Campbell answered that it was, "The speed at which they learned things." Having a great amount of fresh- men in the band seemed to cause no problem, according to Mr. Campbell. g n Whether seven A.M. or seven P.M. the Northview ' I Ray Durocher, along with the rest of the band, march off the field after per- forming halftime entertainment. 5' WM, - -uma-Sf .., ,. , ff 29'-'??wj.:f5?f'-:'rim, v , 4, j , -, V ' . y . ' Q53 5 ,"" , iff' ,l,,,,"-,f,f v 1 ' W' , - ROW: Glenn McWherter, Ray Durocher, Danny Conger, Rob Beck, Kingwill, Greg Peacock. FOURTH ROW: John Bagwell, Mark Hibbs, Richard Davis, Scott Moreno, Tim Navarro, John Maulucci, Fred Ramon, Scott Cox, Bob Donovan, Pete Castro, Roberta Gohn, Dorthy Klenk, Cathy Suarez. SECOND ROW: Mike White, Rick Aguilar, Donald Tarver, Rick BACK ROW: Paul Polacek, Liz Suarez, Pat Laciste, John Thomson, Geardo Derick Blackson, George Gallegos, Eric Kaplan, Jeff Wilson. THIRD Lopez, Ken Miles, Brenda Jones. W: Mike Olson, Tracey Adair, Debi DeNeal, .lim Aguilar. Mark Blondi, Don Band 215 C D A 'Wait ' - Dedication, talent and enthusi- irli seams in-Q as a . , FQ FRONT ROW: Frances Lopez, Cindy Sherwood, captainj, Joyce Klingbeil. BACK ROW: Sandy Diane Trisler. SECOND ROW: Bernie Carreon Ccap- Klenk, Cindy Stollicky, Marcella Cox, Johnna Zim- tainj, Kay Fairhurst, Cindy Cimino, Lori Garcia Cco- mer, Rene Garcia fco-captainj. 216 Tall Flags asm are words used to describe the '77-'78 Tall Flag unit. This group, consisting of 15 girls, practiced each morning from 7:00 to 8:00 and again in the evening from 6:00 to 8:00. The purpose of these prac- tices was to perfect their parade and half-time routines. During the summer these girls attended Camp of Champs at the University of California: at La Jolla. Each day they attended three classes in which they learned not only the basic funda- mentals but made up new and dif- ferent routines. Each night these routines were judged and prizes awarded. On the last day they were awarded a spirit stick for their display of devotion. The Tall Flag unit performed with the band in every competi- tion, parade and half-time show. Toward the end of the 1977-78 school year try-outs for captain and co-captain were held. At this time money was raised to pay for camp expenses. I.ori Garcia takes a break practicing before the Tall Flags perform in a recent competition. Johnna Zimmer and Bernie Carreon stand at attention awaiting c from the band. u 1 home basketball games. r' pm- .XN f , i .L+ EONT ROW: Scott Stonestreet, Glen McWherter. SECOND ROW: Eric Kaplan, arline Newman, Jim Navarro, Dave Henson, Fred Ramon. THIRD ROW: Debi eNeal, Mark Hibbs, Greg Peacock, Ra Barrera. FOURTH ROW: John Maulucci, icki Mcwain, Jenny Wantin,lTfnT' C . FIFTH ROW: Jeff Davis, Paul Jlacek, John Bagwell, Pat Lacistef'BAflJf OW: John Thomson, Denise Hibbs, ichard Cox, Mike Olson. Taking a short break Geardo Lopez and Tracey Adair watch game from the stands. is Gi ilos sess iiisii ii "Rocky," "Star Wars," and "Rock Around the Clock," were some of the songs played by this yearls pep band. Northview's pep band consisted of some twenty-five marching band members who were willing to spend their time promot- ing spirit at away football games and According to band director Doug Camp- the difference between marching bell, band and pep band was discipline. Being on a volunteer basis, with no competi- tions, there was no reason for the pep band to be strict. Mr. Campbell stated that for this reason he liked placing the direction of the pep band under the con- trol of Drum Major Glenn McWherter. lt was a great opportunity for Glenn to gain leadership experience. After spending many hours practicing with the marching band, the pep band members were left with little time to prac- tice. Through the dedication of the large tur- nouts of pep band members at football and basketball games, the respect and sup- port they needed from the student body and pep units was gained. .N- Performing with enthusiam John Bagwell and Jeff Spangler play theme song from t'Rocky." Pep Band 217 Y", 'QQ . .. ,,,, N. ,, 5, nw W f .mann ' M 'Y ., , M, ,M , I mm? ---f- -,, 1 f . ,A -Q .L ' U sv a , yr, " mf f'3Zf2,512.ZTf'f as if 4' f 2-51' ,, ff s '59 2+ iw' W ja me if '1 V a L+, , 9592 r ff 14 'ii 'i , 3 3, W 1 4, W wif I 1v1s1onfClubs Y W DivisionfClubs 219 llforlgg for World llfldq Lllydqrgtalyclllyg Helping all peoples of the world to walk together and talk together, was the A.F.S. club's main goal this past year. The A.F.S. club encouraged families to be host to ex- change students from all over the world. The club members also sought students who would like to travel to other coun- tries from Northview as exchange students. Club President Dane Schaiterer and Vice-President Debi Lacey helped club members plan the year's activities. The A.F.S. club also worked to make the foreign exchange stu- dent feel welcome at Northview. Some of the activities planned were a float in the Covina Christmas Parade, selling mistletoe, and sponsoring a dance in January. The A.F.S. club also had a Halloween party in F a. October. A.F.S. members Leslie Hale,Janis Quodrozzi, and Wendy Ochs work on float for the annual Christmas Parade. 'S' FRONT ROW: Teresa Balazs, Dawna Dias, Raquel Luis Debbie Squillace SECOND ROW' Sherry Hail, Gail Cato, Lorraine Martinez, Becky Ruiz, Elizebeth Torrez, Debbie Zemani Ygngigffgs'ocililglgiiglifzgglzlig-afnd Janice Quodrozzi make last BACK ROW: Vann Frazier, Craig Diesslin, Glenda Sell, Chris Metts, Mr. Dunne. p p ' ' ' ' Rzflentivvs PMS r atiuit o llfor 220 Clubs QYTK Led by Mrs. Lucy Corbin, Reflections set the goal of publishing the best magazine Northview students had ever read. The accomplishment of this goal was made possible by editors Laura Gillespie and Tamie Kimpton. These two students proofread literary contributions given to the club by non-members. They also helped other mem- bers with their poems or short stories. Busy with writing and editing the collection of litera- ture, the club still found time to organize such activities as selling trick or treat bags with the Drama Club, and selling carnations on Valentine's Day. Along with these activities, club members also managed to do some gener- al promoting for the magazine. Combined with creativity and dedication, the club members also put a lot of hard work into the magazine. . W Front Row: Bryca Owens, Donna Zeman, Melissa Klingbeil. Second Row: Susan Barker, Cindy Rubin, Lisa Gillespie, Tammy McFarland, Lori Medina, Dee Dee Arocha. Third Row: Kathy Gardner, Sharon Cady, Lori Berard, Tamie Kimpton, Cindy Johnson. Back Row: Mrs, Corbin, Chris Metts, Laura Gillespie, Janice St.Sauver. David Barackman uses hand gestures in giving his speech. Participating in many important contests, Speech Club members worked to write and give award winning speeches. The club's members participated in the Voice of Democ- racy and the Bill of Rights tournaments. The topics were based on the name of each contest. Students in the club also competed in the annual Lion's Club Speech Contest. Advisor Al D'Ambruoso, along with club President Ja- vany Martinez and Vice-President David Barackman orga- nized the club and its members in such a way that each member had the chance to participate in each contest scheduled. The club, whose main goal was to teach its members to express themselves well in competition, had membership open to anyone who wished to participate in speech con- tests. The Speech Club developed many fine qualities in its members. Some of these were poise, self-confidence and the ability to express oneself. Reflections' editors Laura Gillespie and Tamie Kimpton think of ways to raise funds for the magazine. SPQQQI2 Qub Q0mPQtQS llfikb Word FRONT ROW: David Barackman, Pam Crippen, Nancy Feilen, Carole McQuillan, Javany Martinez. BACK ROW: Mike Carlton, Randy Beck, Kevin Leissner, Ternel Martinez. Lori Medina writes poem to be printed in the "Reflections" magazine. S Clubs 221 seam K- "N-.. D Uk ga 4, , W Jenny Whipple listens attentively to discussion about merging with Lettermen's Club. GALS started the year with a new advisor, Ms. Caroline Jones, varsity tennis and varsity badminton coach. She and her officers, President Barbara Wing, Vice- President Pam Cartwright, Secretary Jenny Whipple, and Treasurer Cherlyn Ker- mode, planned fund raisers such as ajog-a-thon, a sucker sale, and a button sale to finance girls to go to special camps during the summer. For the first time GALS had jackets- they are black with gold lining and the girls' names are sewn on along with their varsity letter. Sweaters could also be purchased. GALS put on two awards banquets. The Fall banquet involved girls who played tennis and volley- ball. The Spring banquet involved those girls who participated in basketball, badminton and softball. 1 President Barbara Wing conducts meeting GHLS Sponsors Award Banquet V wr-, 1 7 s 3 FRONT ROWQ Chris Heinze, Lisa Braveman, Laurene Compomizzi, SECOND ROW l Watson, Cindy Cohen April Clerk, Barbara Wing, BACK ROWg Coach Jones, Karen F Lourel Otto, Jenny Haines, Cherlyn Kermde, Pam Cartwright. f1"'1 FRONT ROW: Terry Boudreau, SECOND ROW: John Simpson, Rory Werner, Mike Cohen, Chris Mendez, Sam Grijalva, Gibby Garcia, Al Viteri, Fred Cosby, Jerry Patterson, Nelson Duenas. THIRD ROW: Dave Hasemayer, Everett Aguilar, Kevin Warendorp, Tom Wood, Steve Barna, Fred Espey, Greg Powers, Mike Direnzo, Jeff Hostetler, Dan Morgan. BACK ROW: Tim Roe, Larry Brock, Randy Beck, Mike Birdsong, Greg Turner, Keith Alleni, Jim Boada, Jerry Brock Lqtlzqrmqq Qlyoosq Rqprqsqlytativqs Coach Brown, new advisor to liettermen's Club, made the club more active, and brought the young members closer together. Instead of voting for officers, they decided to have representatives from each individual sport. Lettermen sponsored a Rams vs. Faculty basketball game, which was held on February 11, 1978. This game, played at Northview, proved very entere taining to all in attendence. The Lettermen's Club met many times to discuss future events, the mem- bers and advisor intending to reorganize the club in order to make following years more productive. 6 '1 'W u t . 1 . Varsity cross country runners await their introduction during rally. 5 r Clubs 223 An. . J ,.... 5 ..s.. .tt .rttt sq. - r A- X 6 1 FRONT ROW: Carole McQuillan, Jennifer Dorr, Ms. Euring, Linda Lackey. SECOND: MaryLou Nichols, Bunny VanOnselen, Nancy Fielen, Kim Stevens, Lori Ward, Terri Garcia, Josie Tan, Tammy Noe, Julie Murphy, Debbie Horn, Teresa Balaz, Dawna Dias, Lori Zemlicka. THIRD ROW: Terri Primante, Cindy Aulwes, Karen Lookinbee, Tammy Hagan, Jill Lineburger, Meg Miller, Teresa Reed, Wendy DeLeo, Kelli Rohr, Jodi Hanson, Mary O'Hanlon, Debi Clement, Marian McCuthcheon, Kim Klauck. BACK ROW: Diane Chudley, Phyllis DuBois, Adriana Pizarro, Liz Tan, Lynn Sandberg, Theresa White, Becky Ausmus, Monica Nichols. Rally lub Pqrqolatqg Pep Rally Club, the newest club on campus, was formed to help raise spirit at Northview. The club was organized last May when Co- ordinator of Pep Jennifer Dorr decided that Northview pride needed a boost. During the summer, Ms. Debby Euring was appointed as the Rally Club advisor. Ms. Euring, working with club president, Jennifer Dorr, chose Linda Lackey as vice-president, and Tammy Boose as secre- tary-treasurer. These four then selected twenty-five co-chairmen. Each co-chairman led a group of ten people, responsible for painting posters for an assigned game. Rally Club met every Tuesday after school to discuss upcoming rallies and distribute spirit ribbons to be sold by the members. After the meetings, club members painted posters which were hung at various sports events to encourage team members. The club members, along with the spirit ribbons, sold See's suckers every other week. Rally Club was also responsible for forming a rooter section at most athletic games to help the Pep Unit along with the competitive yelling. During its first year, Rally Club put a great deal of effort toward recognizing and supporting all Northview activities. .Law nnifer Dorr and Carole McQu1llan chuckle over an outlandlsh idea for 1 tells a the next i A ii P - 'H the Big Sister-Little Sister Picnic, freshman girls are taught the fight song and cheers by the pep unit. Girls' League officers, Melinda Berry and Karen Heinze, focus their attention on decorations for the Christmas Ball. ss. . One of the largest clubs on campus, Girls' League, was also one of the busiest. This club began its Work during the summer looking for a room for the Christmas Ball and organizing the Big Sister-Little Sister Picnic. The purpose of the picnic was to acquaint freshman girls, just entering Northview, with the campus, pep units, and Girls' League. Each pep unit did a routine or cheer and taught the "little sisters" the fight song and the alma mater. Patti Plummer, president, introduced the officers: vice-president Monica Nichols, secretary Me- linda Berry, and treasurer.Karen Heinze and explained the upcoming plans for the club during the school year. As soon as school started, Girls' League began having meetings once a week. Between September and December, fund-raising activities began in order to raise money for the annual Christmas Ball. They were in charge of the soc-hop, featuring the band "Longshot," after the first football game of the year. In October, they sponsored the Ghoul Contest for Halloween. Each club on campus was asked to nominate one boy and girl to dress as "ghouls" to represent that club. Pictures were taken of the couples and posted outside the ASB office. The student body voted for favorite couples by putting money in jars marked for each couple. The winners were named "ML and Ms. Ghoul" and reigned over La Masque Bal. As December 16 grew closer, Girls' League was busy with prepara- tions for the first formal of the year. The theme of the Christmas Ball was "Snowflakes Are Falling, Christmas is Calling." As couples en- tered the ballroom at Griswold's, they were given personalized Christmas stockings. Three-dimensional paper snowflakes dangled from the ceiling above the stage as couples danced to the music of f'Longsh0t." Besides the officers, Girls' League had two representatives from each class. The seniors were represented by Carole McQuillan and Pegi Pritchard, juniors Nancy Feilen and Linda Lackey, sophomores Melissa Klingbeil and Marylou Nichols and freshmen Judy Fenburg and Becky Hostetler. The main job of these eight girls, plus the officers, was to select the Girls of the Months, One day each month they held a meeting and chose from 30 applications, one girl who had been active here at Northview. At the next rally the junior represen- tatives announced the current Girl of the Month and gave her an engraved bracelet and flowers. At the end of the year they chose the one girl from the ten Girls of the Months that they believed had done the most for the school and honored her with the title of "Girl of the Year." Qirlglqaguq jupportg Tradition E 5 2 i If Nam. FRONT ROW: Judi Fenburg, Mary Lou Nichols, Linda Lackey, Pegi Pritchard, Karen I-Ieinze, Patti Plummer, Melinda Berry, Carole McQuil- lan, Nancy Feilen, Melissa Klingbeil. SECOND ROW: Kathy Gaye, Lisa Hernandez, Debi Clement, Jennifer Dorr, Teri Garcia, Josie Tan, Liz Tan, Debbie Relligrini, Mary O'Hanlon, Laura Shea, Kellie Ervin, Donna Bai- ley, Joyce Klingbeil. THIRD ROW: Sandra Lavigne, Gail Smith, Daphne au J Clement, Jackie Lucas, Grace Ugarte, Kathy Sanford, Stephanie Breceda, Kelly Jarvis, Davida Celeya, LeAnne Coble, Marla I-lemsley, Julie Bowl- ing, Lisa Mulally, Carrie Cogdill. BACK ROW: Barbara Wing, Lynn Co- lombe, Juli Critcher, Diane Chudley, Laura Bailey, Jan Krumm, Kristy Fraijo, Melanie Irvine, Kim Stevens, Roxane Moore, Jodi Hanson, Julie Murphy, Cindy Aulwes. Clubs 225 Vallyalla Staff Reflects Student Opilpioly The Valhalla Staff is comprised of students -1 ' who have completed Beginning Journalism, or who have had comparable journalism exper- f, ience. It is theirjob to report all the important activities in an objective manner, and at the -- ie same time to consider student and campus opinion. The staff prepares the newspaper for publication, which is done by the Advanced Graphic Arts class. Advisor Glenda Sweger and Editor-In-Chief Paul Purkhiser assigned stories, proofread all written material, designated page editors, and made sure work was completed on time. Instead of having permanent page editors, it was decided by the advisor and the editor that the responsibility would be rotated occasion- ally in order to provide all the staff members with a chance to design pages, paste-down and proofread stories. While reporters Sharon Cady, Kelly Colwell, Chris Dias, Paula Hors- ley, Julie Kakouris, Terri Logan, Wayne Mat- chell, Cindy Rubin, and Fred Tennison were busy writing stories and headlines, Jackie London used her artistic ability to draw car- toons for the newspaper. Ed Meek corre- sponded with other newspaper staffs as Ex- change Editor and Don Crowell handled the photographic assignments. Advisor Glenda Sweger proofreads a Valhalla front-page while Editor Paul Purkhiser types feature story. VA.-1 Staff photographer Don Crowell prepares to print newspaper pho- tographs. 226 Valhalla Kelly Colwell and Cindy Rubin make last-minute changes on their pages helps captionifor heitprcture 6 gr' Q ef. N 5 F we ai: ex as 'Y . 3? 4X G lr Q is FRONT ROW: Paul Purkhiser, Ms. Sweger. SECOND ROW: Ed Meek, BACK ROW: Don Crowell, Terri Logan, Kelly Colwell, Jackie London, Sharon Cady, Wayne Matchell, Paula Horsley, Julie Kakouris, Chris Dias, Cindy Rubin, Fred Tennison. S , e Julie Kakouris and Sharon Cady compare story measurements during class. red Tennison and sportswriter Wayne Matchell decide upon a headline style r a Valhalla story. Valhalla 227 V 'flyorialys Qoqcelytrate OD jeruii7Q Qopimulyity FRONT ROW: Jenny Haines, Jenny Whipple, Tami Wopat, Tami Barton, Cindy Aulwes, BACK ROW: Maria Aliaga, Marian McCutcheon, Kim Stevens, Pegi Pritchard, Cindy Ferrando, Debbie Zeman, Jennifer Dorr. AQ- nm-ms... ,,.. Thorians, a major service club on campus, dedi- cated the past year to serving not only Northview but the surrounding community as well. The activity-filled year began with several members participating in a 25 mile bike-a-thon sponsored by the Muscular Dystrophy Associ- ation. As Halloween approached, Thorians were busy making felt jack-o-lantern, ghost, and bats puppets to give to the children at Queen of the Valley Hospital and Hope House. During Decem- ber, club members made and sold candy-filled Christmas stockings and as basketball season ap- proached they sold basketball spirit ribbons. ln February, Thorians sponsored the annual Valentine's Ball and in the month of May the club combined their ideas and money with the Marklinians to sponsor a 50's day and dance. Throughout the year Thorians also babysat for mothers with small children while they attended P.T.A. meetings. At the end of the year, new members were re- cruited and new officers elected to replace the president, Pegi Pritchard, vice-president, Jenni- fer Dorr, secretary, Cindy Ferrando, treasurer, Cindy Aulwes, and historian, Tammy Hagen. Michele Mundt tries to explain her new fund-raising activities to the club members as Lanne Kuehn tries to imagine the success in her mind. gm President Pegi Pritchard informs Thorians of the next manda- tory meeting. Cindy Ferrando and Tami Wopat look in puzzlement while the upcoming recruit- Cl b 228 u s ment of members is discussed. ...Q ik of La Masque Bal. Kongsteredt, Julie Murphy, and Roxane Moore watch as their president explains Kay Waner gives her attention to advisor Miss Marmis while Helen Barker writes their names on the roll sheet. Barbara Wing and Jeannie Henson decide what committees they should serve on for La Masque Bal. fllarlgliqiaqs Hqtiuate New Ideas Being useful to the community and the school were the main objectives of Marklinians this year. They started their activities during the summer with a picnic when President Rose Castro suggested new ideas for the upcoming year. Instead of new members being recruited at the end of the year, they were accepted into the club in October. For a week, the neophytes dressed in Halloween costumes, wore posters with their baby pictures on them, and on the last day of their initiation, the current members t'kidnapped" the neophytes early in the morning and took them to breakfast. In December, Marklinians gave food baskets as Christmas pre- sents to needy families in the surrounding area. In February, they sponsored a craft fair in which both buying and selling of home- made items were open to the school and the community, In May, Marklinians joined with Thorians to sponsor the annual 50's day and dance. Assisting Rose with ideas were Vice-President Nancy Feilen, Secretary Mia Adair, Treasurer Kim Klauck, Historian Kay Fair- hurst and the dedicated advisors Miss Marmis and Mrs. Parker. ,allw N-Sir FRONT ROW: Helen Barker, Cindy Kongstvedt, Kim Stevens, Barbara Wing. SEC- OND ROW: Teri Garcia, Cindy Rafe, Lori Garcia, Lucy Comstock. BACK ROW: Rose Castro, Melanie Irvine, Kay Waner, Nancy Feilen, Kim Klauck. Clubs 229 , Delphine Acosta tells club members new plans for a fund-raising activity. Gqtlziiyg It 'fogqtbqr 117 uoluqg Hqtiuq jtudqqkg 1 Getting It Together was a service club for students interested in becoming involved in school activities. 3 'I' For the purpose of raising funds for future activities, President Delphine Acosta, Vice- President Maria Toledo, Secretary Christina Ramirez, and Treasurer Mary O'Hanlon or- ganized a candy-cane sale for Christmas. The most special event planned by Getting It Together was a dance held on May 5th as a Cinco de Mayo celebration. At this dance, club members sold a variety of Mexican candy and sweet bread. Wm, Lori Figueroa concentrates on new ideas for club meetings. ' f 1 Natalie Mora discusses her opinion about a proposed project with fellow club member. 1' W H ,., U. , it L ,mf " 11-7 , FRONT ROW: Maria Aceves, Diana Gonzales, Susan Henry, Rosa Martinez, Pat Escobedo, Natalie Mora, SECOND ROW: Barbra Bennett, Lori Sanchez, Marylou Huicochea, Diana Torez, Liz Sanchez, Cristina Ramirez, Julie Hernandez, BACK ROW: Yolanda Marmalejo, Maria Toledo, Delphine Acosta, Leticia Barragan, Sylvia Gallegos, Lori Figueroa, Cathy Fosellanos. 230 Clubs Ei Showing fipprqqiatioiy flrt lub Buildg Talqntg AQ - . Teresa White, Laurine Compomizzi, Dean Gallegos, Colleen Klee, Melani Irvine. Art Club's main purpose was to foster an ap- preciation of and for the performing and visual arts. To be in Art Club, one had to pass the class fundamentals of art or art fundamentals. President Dean Gallegos, Vice-President Melani Irvine, Secretary Colleen Klee and Treasurer Laurene Compomizzi organized various fund raising projects such as handmade Christmas cards and decorations. The deco- rations were used for the Christmas tree at the Eastland Shopping center. Many different schools attended art festivals, Northview entered their Christmas decorations. Their main goal was to receive administrative approval and permission to paint murals on the "Viking wall" located on the west side of the girls' gym. Melani Irvine and Teresa White work carefully on Christmas cards. I Pausing for a moment, Dean Gallegos tries to think of a few more creative ideas. Qagerg Liflzjpirit For Baglgekball 'feapig 232 Clubs Promoting interest in the basketball program was the Cager Club's main purpose. Comprised mainly of basketball players, the club sponsored a basketball game between the L.A. Rams and Northview fac- ulty members. Club president Tim Roe presided over the monthly meetings and helped the members to establish ways in which to get more people interested in the basketball tournaments. With Mr. Ron Rice as advisor, Cager members tried to in- crease the number of spectators at the basketball games. The club membership was open to anyone interested in at- tending the meetings. For such a small group, the club members worked hard to fill the gymnasium to capacity with spectators on game days. Though the club didn't really get started until basketball sea- son, they were fully appreciated by the basketball teams for multiplying the audience of the basketball games. FRONT ROW: George Condon, Dave Hasemeyer, Victor Verdugo. SECOND ROW: Tim Roe, Duan- Russel, Charlie Platt, Mike Hootman, Dan Morgan. BACK ROW: Jerry Kelly, Ron Skavril, Rus Coffeen, Scott Leslie, Dave Devolgaere. Tim Roe presides over Cager meeting while club members Rick Meek, Scott Leslie, and Jerry Kelly plan ways to raise money at a Cager discuss the Faculty vs. Rams basketball gme. Club meeting. T l ldulyialpg model The modeling club, known as Idunians, helped girls to devel- op poise and self-confidence. Learning to model new styles, the club members gained awareness of fashion trends, make-up, hairstyles, and correct posture. Club president Sherri Snyder, vice- president LeAnn Tice, and advisor Mrs. Mary Gilman organized the club and helped the club members to gain the grace and techniques of profes- sional models. Although a small group, it was active. Using funds from the previous year, the girls went to several fashion luncheons on certain Saturday afternoons. The club members planned some fashion shows during the year. These shows were to demonstrate what they had learned, as well as to display the latest fashions. Lisa Cresswell, Debbie Lawrence, Sherri Snyder, Pat Teunisse, Noreen Holborn. FRONT ROW: Diane Chudley, Jackie Norton, Angel Aparicio, Leslie Hale. SECOND ROW: Cathy Cimino, Beth Anderson, Vicki Neal, Wendy Ochs, THIRD ROW: Karen Dudderar, Gail Anderson, Gail Cabo, Sherry Hale, Linda Hagelberg, Susan Aparicio. BACK ROW: Regina McCutcheon, Kent Truax, Earnest Trott, David Verstoppen, Jenifer Wahlin, Terri Johnson, I -9 iifrw iail Cato and Sherry Hale devote attention to speaker at a Cleff Dweller meeting, l ew jtyleg leff Dwellerg Organize lyoral Qolyqertg Organizing the choral activities and fund raisers for the Vi- king choirs was the Cleff Dwellers' responsibility this past year. Helping president Reginald Kemp and vice-president Angel Aparicio were secretary Susan Aparicio and treasurer Leslie Hale. These officers kept the club busy with concerts and raising money. Some of the activities planned were a Pop concert, a Valentine's Day card sale, and a Northview Music Festival, held at Citrus College. Club members also sponsored the annual Sadie Hawkins Day Dance. People dressed up as hillbillies and a judge was present at the dance to marry and divorce couples. Helping the club organize activities was Mr. Roy Lindsey, the club advisor. Mr. Lindsey is the choral director. A lot of his time is spent after school with this club. Members stayed after school to paint posters to promote the chorus activities. Susan Aparicio writes a song for her hopeful Hollywood future. Idunian members Lisa Cresswell and Pat Teunisse learn proper modeling niques. tech '78 Vilgilyg Staff Qaptu Vw fy: A M4, M 2 52 X .. Z' fu 1 fi H, if -1, 1, ,f,,k:g .,,,,, a51,,,,,, Q "+ L k 5!'E?f.'3Yw M M at ,v, ,K .wi . f d yi ,, W f f " ' 'K if ff ., f My ., g i 4 A,i I ' H J if f 'QV ai j. In - M 5 -if QW K r-1 1 1 .BL L! if Xxx!! ......v,As divx madrigals Believe ily music A 'f 1' 4-ff' -at . r I 5 ' J -, .. , Aw-aienm. -W as li .-... FRONT ROW: Gail Cato, Judith Sheaffer, Darcy Willis, Lori Reis, Jackie Norton, Sherri Hale, Jeni Wahlin. BACK ROW: Craig Diesslin, Leanne Kuehn, Stasia Moran, Kay Fairhurst, Leslie Hale, Vicki Neal, Mike Cummings, Vann Frazier. Mike Cummings, Craig Diesslin, Vicki Neal, Leslie Hale, and Vann Frazier harmonize. 236 Clubs Expressing a serious desire to sing wasn't the only requirement to join Madrigals. Prospective members were required to sing musical scales, sight read, and prove ability to display fine tone qualities. Throughout the entire year, members met after school on Wednesdays at 3 p.m., prac- ticing until 5 p.m. During the Christmas holidays, Madrigals ven- tured along with Pop Ensemble to local elemen- tary and junior high schools to vocalize under the guidance of Mr. Roy Lindsey. Well-known Christmas tunes such as "Jingle Bells," and the mellow sounding "Christmas Song," were but a few of the songs performed. Another entertaining program was scheduled at the Methodist Church. The highlight of the year's engagements was Madrigalls journey to San Francisco. After per- forming in San Luis Obispo, Fresno, Santa Clara and Oakland, Madrigals were left free to relax and sightsee in San Francisco. Hours of practice and fund-raising activities were put forth to make the trip a truly memorable event. Zegina McCutcheon and Lori Reis prepare for class by practicing musical cales. angel Aparicio, Ernie Trott and Eric Kaplan glance at sheet music for song yrics. 4'Boogie Nights," "Up, Up, and Away' and "Ticket to Ride" were just a few ofthe popular tunes choreographed and sung by Pop Ensemble during the school year. Meeting after school on Mondays, mem- bers of Pop Ensemble would combine their time and efforts to arrange dance forma- tions accented hy musical scores. Musicians were guitar players Keith Neal and Ray Avera, bass player Reggie Kemp, drummer Steve Worthington and pianist Mrs. Margie Hardwicke. Mr. Roy Lindsey conducted the musicians. Performances were held in convalescent hospitals, and local elementary and junior high schools. Pop Ensemble also partici- pated in a San Francisco tourg teaming with the choral department to give out- standing performances, s Keith Neal strums his electric guitar during a Pop Ensemble practice. E op Qiysemble Boogies to the Beal: FRONT ROW: Ray Avera, Keith Neal. SECOND ROWS Leslie Hale. Sandy Willhile. Vicki Neal, Stasia Moran. Naomi Vhmez. Donna -lones. Denise Moore, Anna Southern. Wendy Orhs. THIRD ICDWI Debra Hutchinson, Susan Aparicin. l,ori Troll. Angel Apnru-io, Yirginin Smith. Terri Johnson, Jenny McNair. Debbie Wambolt, Peggy Huflnian. BAUK ROW: Sherri Hale. Diane Cliudley. liori Reis. Regina Mcfulcheon. Kent Truax. Dave Yersloppen. Ernie Troll. Risn Stephenson. Kelly Stuart. C lubs 237 238 Clubs VW lends FRONT ROW: Neil Schroepfer, John Stallings. BACK ROW: Vicki Colvin, Lori Marthe, George Bory, advisor Mr. Rich DeRosa. . -1 f' S- . , ,,,,.,,,.1 . 2 . 14- f. Ago:-'fin-"1 Mi-s ' .-., kgiiiaclayiil Vicki Colvin and Lori Marthe pose and arrange armies for filming. "" fll O-. Neil Schroepfer adds finishing touches to set, I 3. to Faculty N.V.T.V. was off to a busy start in September, teaching students the basics of filming with a video-camera. Stu- dents involved in N.V.T.V. attended the club meetings as an adult-ed class because the class involved communica- tions and was offered by Tri-Community, under the super- vision of Mr. Rich DeRosa. In November, N.V.T.V. scripted and filmed an animated movie involving Arab forces engaged in warfare against the Foreign Legion. A set, consisting of a fort, sand dunes, mountains, and armies was constructed by members and used in this project. N.V.T.V. members received experience by helping facul- ty set up and operate video machines for classroom use. Also, N.V.T.V. filmed Play Production and choir perfor- mances for students involved to view themselves as an audience would. Throughout the year, commercials involving fictitious products were written, directed, and filmed on a video- camera by members of N.V.T.V., enabling them to practice various operations involved with the media. George Bory studies position of camera subject. Karen Fazio unpacks prop used in Arsenic and Old Lace. Craig Steele looks for fellow members to offer him assist- ance in setting up lights. Drama lub Works Bebiipd tba Scenes Bang! Bang! Ouchl were some of the sounds escaping the cafeteria doors as Dra- ma Club worked on sets for the comedy, 'fArsenic and Old Lace." With the help of advisor, Ms. Elle Dowd, members devoted their time publicizing drama productions, painting backgrounds and constructing sets for performances. In March, Drama Club staged a talent show based on the Gong Show to raise lmoney for Play Production's May perfor- mance. Auditions were held and contes- tants were selected by Drama Club mem- bers. Teachers volunteered to judge and gong the acts accordingly, providing a hu- ymorous touch to the evening's entertain- 'ment. In addition to industrial work, Drama Club scheduled fundraisers such as a park- ling lot sale, a candy cane sale, carwashes, a paper drive, and trick-or-treat bag sales to raise money for play productions. FRONT ROW: Tammy Holibaugh, Roger De-long. SECOND ROVV: Jacki Lucas, Gidget Watson, Alison McKee, Kayci Meyers, Cora Mano, advisor Ms. Elle Dowd, Kellie Ervin, Adriana Pizarro, Craig Peacock, Craig Steele, Mike Cummings. THIRD ROVV: Vann Frazier. Lori Goodman, Lisa Hernandez, Davida Delaya, Lucy Comstock, Laura Shea, Erin Connelly, Judi Fenberg, Gene Celaya. BACK ROW: Javany Martinez, Jan Krumm, Kristy Fraijo, Dave Barackman. Holly Wiggins. Vicki Neal, Dave Eggars, Cina Woods, Karen Fazio, Marcella Cox, Randy Peacock. Clubs 239 M ,,,L ,,,..,v, AA..., ,ww-A--if Advisor Mr. Lutz and Craig Deisslin look over the minutes. in Kevin Leissner and Joe Mihalka prepare ideas to be discussed. Key Qlub Develops ,, N d b l ty ea S I P I I Ignacio Navarro and Neil Schroepfer enjoy an interesting meeting. Key club is a service organization for young men enrolled in high school. It has a nation-wide member- ship of 81,501 members, which increases yearly. The purpose of Key club is to promote and develop initiative in leadership ability and good citizenship practices. Advisor Mr. Lutz helped President Craig Deisslin and Vice-President Richard Cox to plan activities for the club members. Secretary Terry Reed and Treas- urer Craig Steele helped out with activities. Collecting money for the March of Dimes Walk-a- Thon, the Key Club also distributed Christmas gifts to youngsters at Leroy's Home for Boys in LaVerne. Also, they attended Key Club conventions. Among other activities, they organized fund raising and ser- vice projects on campus and in the community. 240 Clubs FRONT ROW: Roger Richards, Ignacio Navarro, Neil Schroepfer, Van Frazier BACK ROW: Advisor Mr. Lutz, Andy Deisslin, Harold Teunisse, Ron Buning, Rick Cox, Chris Metts. T' f v Gains Lead my jcbolarslyipf-lpplicatioly California Scholarship Federation was a club for students who received a semester report card of "A" and "B" grade averages. Many students have been in C.S.F. since their first year in high school. C.S.F. decided to try new ideas such as reelecting officers each semester to promote greater involve- ment of the club. C.S.F. visited many colleges so that the members in the club could have a wide variety in making decisions for future plans in colleges. Many of the members in C.S.F. had good opportunities to go to colleges. Applying for many scholarships, the advisor helped the club members. Starting off the first semester were President Deb- bie Zeman, Vice-President Mark Platt, along with the Secretary and Treasurer Jennifer Wahlin. They started the first semester well and were well ahead for the second semester officers to start where they left off. C.S.F. did a great job helping young students with their future. They had an Honors Banquet where they introduced the members. Some people in C.S.F. became life members and helped out those who wanted information about this plan, along with other projects. Mark Platt and Cindy Aulwes discuss their college choices. t yycc A W' FRONT ROW: Mark Platt., Debbie Zeman, Kim Stevens. SECOND ROW: Jeff Abromowitz, Cindy Aulwes, Tammy Hagen, Jennifer Wahlin. BACK ROW: Allan Baer, Julie Murphy, Melani Irvine, John 'g3iz54WUm.. ,..,. ,. . Jeff Abramowitz listens for scholarship information, while Jenny Wahlin checks treasury notes. Clubs 241 all-'fx FRONT ROW: Raquel Luis, Beth Finegan, Elizabeth Sanchez, Elizabeth Torres, Denise Miranda, Tami Layne, Shelly Monte: BACK ROW: Mrs. Mooneyhan, Pat Escobedo, Sheryl LaVigne, Mary O'Hanlon, Vivian Gibson, Terri Primante, Helen Barke Judi Marasco, Carol Mackey, Carla Cooper, Diane Schaller, Terri Steinert. Qiylyaipces ecretarial Abilities 'Nh Beth Finegan evaluates figures before computing them on machine. ata- m 'M Q. A 13a9i I--awww 6 ' i '2 r S Through the guidance of experienced secretaries, the Future Secretaries Association stimulated interest in the secretarial pro- fession, developed a better understanding of secretarial responsi- bilities, and provided the basics necessary to the preparation of future professional secretaries. The benefits of belonging to FSA included association with professional secretaries and other stu- dents who had interests in common, participation in thought- provoking programs developed by experienced professional secre- taries, identification with the business world and the chance to supplement classwork with practical knowledge. All students who were members of FSA participated in exercises to strengthen their secretarial abilities and to help them to become more familiar with the job or duties of a secretary. Anyone who wished to do so could join this club, but it was recommended that a new member know the skill of typing. Members practiced taking notes, writing short- hand, typing business and personal letters, and among other things, proof-reading. Members also learned special tricks and time savers to help them decrease the amount of time spent on an assignment. Mrs. Mooneyhan was the advisor of this very benefi- cial club. She encouraged all members and hoped to make this new, club a success. -uf-'L Vivian Gibson finds co-member's criticisms beneficial. I? VE l . A "W f 5 ka , , , -Qu - Beth and Gail Anderson concentrate on tone while Duane Craig vocalizes. -ff' INV Holly Wiggins and Tim McHugh clam up, while Cora Mano and Diane Dominick belt out a song. Cora Manno, Holly Wiggins, and Sandra Willhite practice to improve their singing Karen Dudderar, Roberta Mesa, Marilyn Schmidt, and Jill Dyer show their labilities. talent as they try hard to syncronize their voices. ixed orus Performs with Qlass Mixed Chorus was a choral group con- sisting of students with no previous exper- ience who wished to learn how to sing and perform in a group. Offered as a class, Mixed Chorus was open to all students al- though it was comprised mainly of Fresh- men and Sophomores. No auditions were necessary to join Mixed Chorus, but if a student wished to advance to the Concert Choir or Viking Choir, auditions were mandatory. Mixed Chorus performed at all choral presentations including the District Festi- val at Citrus College, rehearsing only dur- ing class time. At the end of the year, a certificate of achievement was presented to those suc- cessful chorus students who had main- tained at least a 2.0 grade point average and had a decent attendance record. The certificate was signed by Mr. Moore, Mr. Ballard and Mr. Lindsey. RONT ROW: Sandra Willhite, Darlene Chudley, Karen Dudderar, Jill Dyer, Beth Anderson. SECOND Clubq 9 OW: Leann Handwork, Cora Mano, Marilyn Schmidt, Rebecca Hostetler, Holly Wiggins. BACK ROW: ail Anderson, Timothy McHugh, Kurt Gregory, Vickie Brown. Viking l7oir armorpizes Leslie Hale listens as Mr. Lindsay sings the song as it should be sung. Members of the Viking Choir were required to audition individually to prove their talent to Mr. Roy Lindsey, the group's advisor. Near- ly five days a week, these members dedicated both class and after school time to rehearsal. The Viking Choir participated in many per- formances, including a spring choral concert, Northview's Baccalaureate, and various con- certs including a five day tour to San Francis- co. At the end of the year, a choral awards ban- quet was held to recognize outstanding per- formers from all Northview choirs. 44 Viking Choir rehearses for Christmas performance. Jori Reis, Cathy Wolkoys, Jenny Haines, and Terri Johnson "open widen to release their vocal notes. Qilpcert lyoir Sings lllitb Feeling Concert Choir consisted of second year music students who dedicated countless hours to vocal practice, hoping to achieve perfection. Performing together in concerts and tours, the Concert Choir was often joined by the Viking Choir to produce a special program of music. eth and Gail Anderson concentrate on lyrics for Spring Choral oncert. q9""o Some of many performances presented by Con- cert Choir were sung at schools throughout the district, such as Las Palmas, Eva D. Edwards, Lark Ellen, Covina Elementary, Cieniga, Grove Center, and Ben Lomond. Advisor, Mr. Lindsey, conducts Concert Choir during re- hearsal. .J deaf.. 'J Bei Gngifgygzq 'sy e v 'T 3 7' Ae. .gf ' . ff g.T15: f,i,T3 P ' f,ESr:,.?.., .2 ,. . --.- if., .. ,mf ni.. Fan' ani Ss . .ur A jg.'j.,: k , ,'. Q 5.5 2215 in 'wi-Wir 55. 4-if 9' f"'ii?1" . Q-fy' -1 S' .3-1 wr fzg 'ff 'ff' o 'f nik . , ,JV . efe ,ss 'Q'-3? N CONCERT AND VIKING CHOIRS FRONT ROW: S. Hale, J. Schaffer, K. Fairhurst, J. Norton, G. Cato, L. Reise, J. Wahlin, L. Hale. SECOND ROW: S. Aparicio, M. Gonzalez, D. Squillace, B. Smith, B. Irwin, W. Oaks, A. Aparicio, D. Willis. BACK ROW: R. Lovato, M. Cummings, V. Frazier, C, Wolkoys, L. Hagelberg, D. Craig, C. Thomas, D. Chudley, S. Moran- Clubs 245 Chris Dias A.S.B. Vice-President 246 Leadership Gene Celaya A.S.B. President Roxane Moore A.S.B. Treasurer Jennifer Dorr Coordinator of Pep r Paula Horsley Secretary of Records Sandy Muench Coordinator of Special Events Mi Qabilyqt jqarqlyqg for jolutiolyg +429-... ' 'A we Z'4S7,5 3 13 '14 is .4203 A22 Paul Purkhiser Coordinator of Activities Although several problems arose within the A.S.B. Cabinet this year, members combined their thoughts and suggestions, and in most cases, reached solutions. Problems began last summer as the elected Vice-President resigned, and the elected Secretary of Records was removed from her office as a result of unsatisfactory grades, thus making the first order of business in September an election to fill the two vacant offices. The victors were Paula Horsley as the Secretary of Records, and Chris Dias as A.S.B. Vice-President. Every Monday, the A.S.B. Cabinet joined with the Leadership group to discuss campus problems. Mr. Ballard, Activities Director, advised the group and assisted Gene Celaya in running the meetings according to agenda. Gene was also aided by A.S.B. Vice-President Chris Dias, whose main re- sponsibility was the organization of all assemblies. Carole McQuillan, Coordinator of Elections, was involved in the new elections system which replaced the previous, inefficient and inaccurate system. Paul Purkhiser, Coordinator of Activities, was in charge of passing approval or disapproval over all requested activities, checking the master calendar to avoid a conflict in events. Coordinator of Pep, Jennifer Dorr had the most time-consumingjob in the Lori Medina Secretary of Correspondence KJ .,3,.,,,, N Carole McQuillan Coordinator of Elections cabinet, responsible for the organization of the year's rallies. The difficulty involved in this job was planning thirty minutes of spirit-raising entertain- ment for approximately 500 people. Roxane Moore, Student Body Treasurer, efficiently handled all A.S.B. funds, keeping a current record of the school's financial business. Coordina- tor of Publicity, Tim Croushore was responsible for keeping the school and community informed about extra-curicular activities. Planning the 1977-78 Homecoming, Basketball Royalty, and Luau, was Sandy Muench, Coordinator of Special Events. Sandy proved that although tightly budgeted, these events could be successful. Lori Medina, Secretary of Correspondence, was in charge of handling interrelations with other school A.S.B. departments. Lori's duties included typing, running off and mailing letters to last year's alumni inviting them to Homecoming '77. Taking minutes at all Leadership meetings, organizing and typing agendas and minutes, Paula Horsley fulfilled her responsibilities as Secretary of Records. Throughout the year, the A.S.B. Cabinet worked together, attempting to solve all problems set before them, and making Northview a better place to be. 1 1. 'wma-we I ' 4 is 247 Junior Legislators Cindy Rafe, Charlie Platt, Linda Lackey, DeAnn Beer Senior Legislators Mark Platt, Melanie Irvine, Cindy Ferrondo, Tammy Barton Sophomore Legislators Tanya Leihito, Raquel Luis, Peggy Northwick Lqaclqrgbip Lltilizq Leadership consisted of the class presidents, legislators, the A.S.B, Cabinet and interested members of the school's pep units and clubs. Meetings were held after school on Monday's for the purpose of finding more efficient ways to keep the school running smoothly. In September, before the opening of school, a leadership seminar was held in N-5. Centered around Parliamentary Procedures, Mr, Ballard, Activities Director, set up this seminar in hopes of gaining a more organized, less time consuming method in which to conduct future meetings. Many problems were faced throughout the year, one of the major debates being whether or not a two year limit should be placed on Pep Unit participation. Although the decision was not up to the students, the outcome of the debate was to place no limit. Another major issue dis- cussed this year concerned discontinued use of the school marquee. This discussion was brought about because the Coordinators of Publicity for the past three years have not kept the marquee up to date. The decision was not to discontinue use, but to make sure that the job was done in the future. Although there were several suspensions of officers throughout the year, Leadership learned to work with the eligible officers and the problems set before themg making what they believed to be the most reasonable and logical solutions. Sitting .back during a meeting, Mr. Ballard interjects with a helpful Class Presidents Sl1ggeSt10H- Senior-Tom Woodg Junior-Dean Gallegosg Sophomore-Chris Heinzeg Freshman-Erin Con 248 Leadership nelly. NH,-1, . K To Freshmen Legislators Liz Tan, Jamie Shuda, Julie Bowling Monica Nichols shares an amusing thought with Mark Platt while at a Leadership meeting. arliafqqlytary Proqqdurqg K -Mx-N., 153 . 4 VZ aul Purkhiser and interested member check the Master Calender for con- icting activities. 4 ' q"'Qf E mi gvirbf W' , V' Judy Fenberg and Shelley Brandonberg look to Mr. Ballard for some information and wise advice. M illl A a,oi Figgntce Hommittee Nw Mr Ballard Roxan l oore Gene Celaya i 4 . , . d, ttaa ., :, , 'Q , - W " , , , ,, e -f fl .2 ft gg:.,g,5.,3g:1,sE:: E:ff',:.5g,p5 3ga::g:.:fg:s..,g I-i:-T.-Z. ::,E535535:,3: , t A QKDTUWQQEJEJ Glu EIEIGQQQ 312151306 Lira QGJLP ea Lefdlemznfacil EIQCBGJQ f33liI1G3i3QJr Qcafa. Gus Pizzaro, Dave Hasemeyer, Jerry Holder, and George Sarkissian race to answer a question in a game of history "Split Second," played in N-5 with three history classes. r e E' 4 i 4 f f 1: 1' dug.. A X . f 6 4 N . .F ,Z .ag-Q - fa. gf L ' .1 ,KAW 'WZ ff m' . These girls anxiously grab for a copy of the latest issue of the Valhalla, dis- tributed during A lunch. Using her pocket instamatic, this girl photographs a group of her friends dur- ing brunch. At the rally held for the Basketball Royalty Court, Liza Poortman and Kelly Colwell nervously await their turn in a skit for Carole McQuillan. After watching a film in his GSR class, this student returns a projector to the textbook room. is 1' Q 52 pf an ggi QT,-... if ui"-52, H 4? 'haw f ln I effdgttw iii? "il,tgg4il',-1,15 Y g 9.14, k w Y n f U ,H a, Mmm. wah 'fr 1 'Q' 1 Hoping to get a good shot of the new Basketball Royalty Queen, yearbook photographer Dane Schaiterer awaits the crowning. In the final minutes of the season-ending Workman game, the home crowd cheers as the Vikings recapture the lead. D ..,: :nw . -ml - -f.-f- ' H -'A Yana" ,. "" 'mwmmwmmuw'--N" i 1 1 .. '5i'5':::1' - - :2E.f:zE:'.f:E3:5Z-E5:Eli f-If fi 1, ..,,- tm- WWF , ima, si and Learning through actual experience, ROP student Patti Valencia cuts, and sets this woman's hair. ' . 4 Entertaining themselves on a rainy day, Karen Fazio and the girls' P.E.q class chase a huge ball across the gym floor. 'L ' . g in gf 7 , ,if MF W 4' M Mg, 17 'V li 'j ssliqlm . -,, g :fi 4 f ' ' '15, Following an early morning rain, a group of gulls gathers near the football field. 0 l V, 1 "Y .Y nqhx Q if ' X, Q51- .Q ti as ,Q Il Q U' I X 1 RK 711, W-3.24 V V N t if 1 r ,,, A ip ' rt xg i, 4, - gk ' 1, , ' - . I ,. i ,,,g , l, f . nil E, fl :Qld a ca Qmfa - M Vvkwdryi, ,M -'Z in i 'wg ! TJQUIIDTUQQQ QQ ' 03990 UIQ Dodging the noisy crowds, Jennifer Wahlin eats her lunch in a secluded spot on the campus. C Working with the lathe in wood shop, this student makes a table leg. Standing on a table to reach her map of England, Mrs. Gilman points out to the A.P. English class, the origins ofthe family discussed in one of Shakespeare's plays. ,, in ng S za, .za - .W Finding an unoccupied spot in the crowded cafeteria, Wendy Deleo and Dawna Dias hurriedly eat their lunches. On the Friday preceding Valentine's Day, Rhonda Willis orders carnations to be sent to her friends. Hoping to get an "A" on his project, this' graphic arts student carefully checks his work In an attempt to avoid being drenched by a heavy February downpour, students run from the parking lot, taking cover under books and jackets. . K I -- --v-- e V-::. . .. ,:.-is-:.3:::3.3, ,,,. -5, .. , Z . A, 131316 CBUGIQQ iuuf-me uerafaiaedl Elezfsflxeefl Gm' falhca fafrifinfinfari-Q me Elcafffa Eiilcurrfafimbfamu Q Keeping up with the rest of their co-ed P.E. class, Lori Bishop and Wayne Matchell enjoy a bike ride around the track. ' Interested in campus happenings, cafeteria staff members Mrs. Buford, Mrs. Sylvia, and Mrs Vargas observe from the lunch-line window. smrinca Gm C4619 Dfaesfis YBUIIDGJQ 13fafl1Elu1Q uufliilim me: incamiiemll UUIIEIQJQQQ caufcaemiaflmfgj UDQCPC9 Qfimfaelemuwa Qi? fafluincaq Not discouraged by the rain these faithful spectators de- vise a way to keep dry at a soccer game. Before leaving for lunch, Tom Wood asks a friend which res- taurant will be the chosen one. , 0 . Coach Jim Pashone struggles to gain possession of the ball in the Rams vs. Northview Coaches basketball game held on February 1 Q. "P-'7 144114. il!! sfrly ' M V. V sVM,.t..,,,.,,V.V.,,Vt,.rV VVQV sV,,.A,,,,s,,,, WV M ,V W ., V .. .... mmmme-A f f -M' ' "-"'W"M ' e ' fe Q, V f r rwfffzfq'-ss, ,V L V SM:MNs..s:5?"" V - 1' ,M ' " I ' ' 1 W ""' " Ga. ' we-N.,-4. ?TfZ....,.-M-.W eV, ..,. M. .W V , .,-VV , M- .,., ,f , . . V , rii' .sallmmvq .V,,.. V ,V ,...,... 4, , W... V V. V , ' M., . ,,. V V. .., t,, wwstfmm-,,.JVv fu, . ,.WVm.aw ,,.,. f . .,.. 4 msWN.,,.WNiQ,.rW..,.M.. ,. Y V, ,VL V V , ,, ,,---w ,M..,.., WV, .,....,. V .... .V,V 1-,-rf we .. V .,.. -W V MW. V,.,.,. .. V -we Tim Roe assists Debi Clement in making peanut brittle in chemistry. Choosing to exercise rather than eat, this student plays Frisbee during his lunch period. nf KWH-ag... gg 1 Bundling up to stay warm a group of Juniors and seniors discuss the freezing temperatures brought on by the winter storms 1-nl 206, DEX Abbott, Mitchel 18 . Abramowitz, Jeff 18, 32, 60, 241 Aceves, Maria 71, 230 lf Acosta, Delphine 18,,47, 120, 230 Acosta, Kenneth 87, 131, 155, 185 Acquazzino, Elizabeth IW Adair, Adair, Maria 18, 60, 249 Tracy 87, 215, 217 Adams, Bonnie 71, 77 J Adams, Danny 71 , Adams, Katherine 79 Adams Agent, , Randy 79, 130 , Patricia 79 ' Agopian, Laura'71 Aguilar, Evert 71, 125, 171, 223 Aguilar, James 79, 215 Aguilar, Ricardo 87, 214, 215 Aitker, Michael 87 I Akers, Maria 71 Alcarez, Aundrea 71, 135, 166 Alcaraz Gustavo 87 131 Aliaga, 249 iviriria 10, 18, 36, 60, 46, 56, 60, 228, J Allen, Bill 79, 137, 139, 196, 199 of Allen, Harold 87 ifii I , - Allen, John 71 ii ll K Allen, Keith 10, 18, 60, 116,"l24, 125, 147,J 149, 152, 196, 200, 223 Allen, Susan 18, 60, 119 , Alvarez, Lilia 71 , Anderson, Beth 87, 223, 243, 245 Andersen, Cliff 87 Anderson, Gayle 87, 233, 243, 245 Anderson, Leigh 71, 73 Anderson, Melissa 19 Anderson, Robert 79 Anderson, Scott 87 Anderson, Sheri 71 Anderson, Steven 71, 87 Anderton, Lori 19 Anderton, Thomas 79, 86 Ansman, Craig 71 Aparicio, Angel 71, 233, 237, 245 Aparicio, Suzan 71,'233, 237, 245 Archib Argel, ald, Robin 71 Diana 19, 60 ' Arguelles, David 79, 160 , Arguelles, Ren 87,. 141 H ' Armen darii, Rita 87 Arocha, Dierdre 19, 220 Ashmore, David 19 Atchley, Misty 87 Auer, Robert 87 ffl- , . 1,,. , Aulicino, David 79, 130, 187 Aulwes, Cindy 19, 33, 40, 47, 55, 60,'11.6, , 207, 224, 225, 228, 235, 241 Ausmus, Rebecca 79, 177, 224 Austin, Scott 87 Avalos, Sandy 79, 85 Avera, Raymond 82 237 Avey, Dorothy 71 Z Barton, Sandy 71 Barton, Tammie 20, 36, 56, 60, 228, 248 Bass, Ronald 20 Beck, Randy 71, 125, 221, 223 Beck, Richard 21, 32, 41, 46, 60 Beck, Robert 87, 215 Becker, Joe 71, 125 Becker, Scott 154 Beebe, Debra 71 Beer, Deann 71, 248 Beeston, Mark 87, 101, 185 Begin, Matthew 21 Belding, William 79 Bell, Cynthia 79, 82 Bell, Stacy 21, 60 Bell, Tina 87 Bennet, Barbara 71, 189, 230 Bennet, James 71 Bennett, Joe 185 Bennet, Stephen 71, 184 Bennington, Dolores 79 ,, Berard, Kenneth 87, 141, 195 Berard, Lori 79, 220 Bercenio, Pat 93 Bernal, Mario 87 Berry, Melinda 21, 59, 206, 209, 225 Beuge, Deborah 88 Bielby, Christine 21, 60 Biggs, Joseph 21 Birdsong, Michael 71, 137, 138, 139, 196, 197, 199, 223 Birdsong, Scott 87, 141, 201 Birrpughs, Cynthia 88 Bischoff, Gregory 79 Bishop, Lori 21, 60, 255 Biiiwell, Roger 131 Bllackson, Derick 87, 215 Blackwell, Edward 71 Blanco, Cindy 71 Blanco, Rudy 71 Blanco, Veronica 87 Blandino, Anthony 87 Blandino, Jackquel 71 Blandino, Nicholas 87, 131, 185 Blondi, Mark 79, 215 Boada, Alberto 71, 125, 223 Boada, Andrew 87, 90, 131, 155' ' Boada, James 21, 60, 111, 125, 128, 179, ,, 180,182,223 ' " , Bodtmann, Tammy 87 J Boling, Karen 71 Bologna, William 21 Bolt, Jemima 71 Bonar, John 21 Bond, Joyce 21 Bonner, Ronald 79, 141, 196 Booze, Tammy 79, 82 Boris, Stephen 14, 21 V,Bortez, Greg 196 Bory, George 10, 22, 29, 111, 125, 129, 238 Biiudreau, Terry 22, 46, 58, 60, 111, ,125, 223 1 ' Bougher, Alice 22 Bourgeois, Donald 87 Bowling, Julie 87, 225, 249, Boyer, David 79, 152 I Bradley, Yvonne 71 I Brancalasso, Deborah 87, 90 fr f 'J A tr it 5 1, 49, Bahakitis, Christopher 195160, 156, 159 Babakitis, Nick 156 1 ' 4 I Bachmann, Dean 71 I K W Baer, Allen 19, 33 4' ' W, , , Baguley, Lori 79 , , it 5,2 Baguely, Lynda 19 Bagwell, John 87, 215, 21741 Behr, Robert 87 r . Bailey, Donna 225 ' , J ' ' 4 H2 Bailey, George 87, 1185 H ",' in F rl' Bailey, Laura 932 127, 225 " Bajan, Alexander 87 , Qian, EvaV792, Baker, Kim 19, 60 Balazs, Teresa 79, 85,'117, 206, 211k 220, 224 Baldonado, Anna 71 Baldonado, Michael 19 Balibrea, James 87, 117 , Balibrea, Marty 71 I Banker, John 20 -- Banks,'Mark 87 ' ' H Barackman, David 20, 113, '221, 239 , Barber, Edward 71, 124, 125' Barber, Mary 87 'H 1 ' Barbers, Mike 79, 195 Barden, Michele 87 Barker, Helen 71, 229, 242 Barker, Susan 79, 135, 220 Barklow, Steven 79 Bama, Steven 71, 125, 171, 172, 223 Barnet, Tammy 87 Barnes, Sharon 20 Barr, Diane 20 Barragan, Leticia 20, 60, 230 Barrera, Elizabeth 79 Barrera, Raymond 79, 217 Bartholomew, Ken 196 Barton, Kelly 14, 20, 46, 60 1? 2 ,,, ' 4 44- Brapdenburg, Shelly 87, 93, 249 Brandenburg, Tracy 71 Bifavemen, David 87, 171, 196 Bravemen, Liza 22, 237, 60, 186, 222 " is Eric 79 Bgeced , H9999- Gary 71, 125 Bfreceiig, Stephanie 87, 225 'Blieilel , Cindy 71 Breilein, Randolph 87 :fBrei'lei n, Rudy 22 Brennan, Timothy 71 Baceno, Genovea 87 4 Briglman, Marcus 60, 17,0 iseno, Patricia 87, 93" itt, Casey 22, 125 4' ' Brock, Laurence 71, 1125, 223 Brockmeyer,,,SZeve 22 sg 930119, Jegica 71, 2105 Brown 'Byiwn , Oharles 71 'ty , Cindy 22, 60,' , Brown, Connie 71 if K Callahan, Ronald 72 Calles, Fernand 88 Camero, Robert 88, 131, 171, 172, 201 Campbell, Barry 23 Campbell, Howard 72 Campbell, Kimberly 88 Campbell, Nancy 23 Campbell, Robert 23 Campbell, Terry 88, 131 Canton, Mark 88 Cantu, David 88 Cantu, Dawn 79 Carhart, John 88 Carlisle, Rick 88, 171 Carlson, Jeanell 72 Carlton, Michael 141, 155, 201, 221 Carreon, Bernadine 72, 216 Carreon, Eric 79, 83, 117, 130, 154 Carrillo, Tony 72 Carson, Thomas 23 Cartwright, Pam 23, 50, 143, 162, 164, 173, 175, 203, 222, 235 Cary, Tom 79 Cassidy, Colleen 72 Cassulo, Dawn 88 Castaneda, Gabriel 88 Castaneda, Margarita 72 Castellanos, Catherine 79 Castellanos, Maria 88 Castro, Carlos 79, 130, 154 Castro, George 7, 141, 167, 195 Castro, Juan 140, 171, 196 Castro, Pedro 72, 214, 215 Castro, Rosa 23, 120, 229 Catania, Raymond 79, 85, 130 Cation, Robin 79 Cato, Gail 72, 220, 233, 236, 244, 245 Caton, Mark 88 Cauby, Timothy 72 Cauby, Valentine 23, 60 Celaya, Davida 88, 176, 177, 225, 239 Celaya, Gene 23, 60, 239, 246, 249 Celeya, John 184 Ceschini, Fred 79 Cestari, George 89, 131 Cestari, Lynn 72, 212 Chambers, Mary 80 Chaney, Carren 80, 143, 144 Champman, Kathi 89 Chapman, Jim 72 Chapman, Randy 26 Chase, Deirdre 72 Chavez, Alice 89 Chavez, Carmen 72 Chavez, Jesse 72 Chavez, Naomi 79, 80, 237 Chavira, Diana 26 Chavira, Jim 89 Chavira, Theresa 80, 189 Chico, Vivian 89 Childress, Todd 89 Christiansen, Eric 155, 195 ' , Christopher, Judy 26 ii Chudley, Darlene 87, 89, 212, 213, 243 Chudley, Diane 22, 26, 224, 225, 233, 237, 245 Cicco, Michael 80 Cimino, Cathy 80, 216, 233 Cisneros, Arthur 89 Clark, April 26, 60, 177, 186, 222 Clarey, Howard 73 Clark, Debra 80 Clear, Leanne 26 Clear, Paula 80, 145, 146, 162, 163, 164, 165, 173, 175, 222 3 1 Clement, Daphne 84, 89,H93, 94, 225 b Clement, Deborah 26, 23f 55, 60, 120, 121, 206, 209, 224, 225, 257 , Clements, Jeff 26 ,, Cloudeman, Tracy ,, Coble, Kenneth 73 Coble, Leeanne 89, 225 0 Coffeen, Russ 80, 88, 153, 232 Cogdill, Carrie 80, 225 Cohen, Cindy 80, 143, 162, 165, 166, 222 Cohen, Michael 27, 47, 60, 111, 125 223 Cole, Denise 80, 83, 117, 212 Collins, Jay 89 L Colmenero, Afmando 80, 196 We Colvin, Diana 80 1 M Colvin, Vicki 73, 238 Colwell, Qhristie 73 L 'af Colwell, Kellf'81,'85, 119, 226, 2273223422 249, 251 Conibs, Cheryl 73 1 Q, g Combs, Tonyr89 Brown, Julie 88 , Brown, Vickie 79, 186, 243' 6""B1jowning, Linda 22, 60, 186 Bruno, Carrie 88 rffiirio, Ciridy 71 ,9 Bruse, Kari 79 1 Bruun, Bryan 72, 167 Buford, Russell '79 Comfortgstacy 89 ,Z r'i' P offragm aimless, Greg 23 Comfort, steven 73, 161 it , 1 'il' Bl-Q'g6Bg,fR9I'tt2 79,1 L, , 1 1 1 Compopiiaii,,, ,Liank 80,1130 V, ,, R0n9!d,'22Q 21 19482409 ,-,, ., iaifflhf 73r,r149a'143i 130, Barham, 3055479.51 ll' riliii' A ' , .rlc 188?2, 1 , 1 ' 1' Burke?rtQ,Ludiiia"79 ' ' iii W H ' 5 Biiifkovieh, Sheri ' - ricniririrnar, 36, 229, 239 Burro1a,'Veronica 79 -fi Butler, Brian 72, 179, 181, 183' " Cadiz, Irene 79 Cady, Bruce 23 Cadyi-Sharon 79, 220, 227 Cady, Valerie 88 Caesar, Ray 88 Cagle, Tammy 79 Calderaro, Adriana Condon,'George'80, 153, 184, 232 i ' Conger, Danny 89, 215 Conley, Alan 80 Conelly,,Michael 80, 171 Connelly, Erin 88, 93, 166, 239, 248 Consolo, Valerie 72, 76 Conway, Sheryl 27, 212, 213 Cooper, Carla 73, 242 Cooper, Charles 89 Cooper, David 73 Cooper, Gerald 80 Copping, Darren 27 N' Cordero, Madeline 73, 142, 143 Cordero, Rene 80, 196 Corrigan, Patricia 25, 27, 41, 46, 60, 235, 262 Corry, Barbara 73 Cory, Cynthia 89, 94 Cosellanos, Cathy 230 Costantino, Natalie 73 Costellanos, Sylvia 188 Coulombe, Lynne 89, 225 Courtney, Larry 27 Cox, Cheryl 80 Cox, Edward 80 Cox, Kathleen 89 Cox, Loriann 80 Cox, Marcella 80, 216, 239 Cox, Richard 27, 44, 60, 215, 217, 240 Cox, Shirlee 73 Craft, Raymond 80 Craig, Debra 73 Craig, Duane 89, 243, 245 Creasy, Debbie 89 Cresswell, Lisa 232, 233 Crippen, Pamela 73, 189, 221 Criswell, Bill 27 Crosby, Frederick 27, 60, 125, 171, 196, 223 Croushore, Tim 27, 60, 113, 194, 197, 247 Crowder, James 89 Crowell, Donald 80, 226, 227 Crunk, Ken 80 Crutcher, Julie 89, 225 Cruz, Angie 73, 212, 213 Cruz, Eric 27 Cruz, Yvette 89 Cuellar, Rebecca 27 Cuellar, Tammy 80 Cummings, Mike 80, 114, 115, 236, 239, 244, 245 Cunningham, Craig 73 I Curcio, Ronnie 89 Cord, Linda 79, 80 Curtis, David 73 Curty, Ralph 73, 171, 185 Custer, Joseph 73, 223 Daily, Mary 27, 29 - Damron, Bret 89 Danfifer, David 80 Daniel, Debra 73 2 Darby, Kimberly Daris, Amber 89 Davis, Jeff 7, 80, 214, 215, 217 Davis, Laura 89, 225 Davis, Robert 73 Dawson, Nancy 73 Dean, Shelli 80 Deardoff, Anita 89 Dehart, Jeff 28 Delafuente, Sandy 89 Delao, Anthony Delap, William 73 Dela Rosa, Ana Lui Dela Rosa, Fernand Delcastillo, Maria 89 ily, DeLeo, Wendy 80, 130, 224, 254 Delgado, Benjamin 28 Delgado, Dennis 80, 130 I Dell, Stephan 28 Dellosa, Joseph 89 DeLong, Kieth 89 li V' DeLong, Roger 28,i,114, ,239 Delp, Brenda'128 I ,V... 7 Demello, 2, Denardo, Salvatofe , DeNeal, Debbie 84'fi,2,1,5, 1217 DeQuatro, Kathy Derango, Denise 80 X Detevis, Coleen 73 Q DeVogelaere, David 73, 148, 149, 151, 232 Dias, Chris 5, 28, 227, 246, Dias, Dawna 80, 206, 210, 8220, 224, 254 Dickson, Kevin 85 Diesslin, Craig 29, 220, Digrllid,-T01ry'B9. , tqy, . i t hw I .,DiMaio, Michael 25,.,.1?7,, 3 oirienzri,r2iwithagli ,i , 14.197, Dixon, Kevin 80, Domince, Kelly 89 Dominick, Diane 89, Donovan, Robert 89, l3f, 215 wDorr, Jenriifgr 29, 55, 110, 118, 224, 225, 228,246 ' ' Z , ,9Drake,Tamrxry8B Drexler, Mike 73 .:, ' I7?ubois, Jean 809, 3, Dubciili, Phyllis 22,5g7,,'73, 17756224 Dudderar, Karen 89, Duenas, Nels'8i1,29, 196, 223 DMGDQQQ, Victoria 73, Dunbar, Joseph 89 ,." Dunwoody, Ron 73 iii Durfey, Geralyn 73 ,,,' During, Kenneth 89 Durocher, Joe 731, M Durocher, Raymond 89, 214, 215 Dwyer, Cory 89, 131, Dyer, Jill 89, 131, 243 Dyer, Michele 73 Eagleson, Michael 29 mam Ebel, Lorin 89, 141, 201 Edwards, Kimberly 89 Eggers, David 239 Eggers, Tamara 89 Eller, Deanna 89 Ellia, Yvonne 89 Elsenpeter, Jeffrey 80 Englehardt, Earl 73 Erickson, Jeff 29 Erickson, Katarina 89 Ervin, Kellie 80, 225, 239 Escobedo, Patricia 80, 85, 230, 242 Eshoo, Erin 89 German, Wanda 31 Gibbs, Nancy 89, 93 Gibson, Vivian Jr. 73, 242 Giffin, Pamela 81 Gilbert, Janis 73 Gillespie, Laura 31, 60, 220, 221 Gillespie, Lisa 18, 81, 220 Givens, Gregg 90, 131, 185 Glass, Helen 73 Gleissner, Konrad 90 Gloudeman, Chris 73 Goff, Cecil 90 Gohn, Roberta 81, 215 Espey, Frederick 73, 194, 197, 223 Espey. Karen 80 Espinda, Craig 73 Espinda, Todd 80, 171 Espinosa, Tammie 89 Esquivel, Sandy 77 Estes, Vada 80 Esteves, Carlos 29 Evans, Ellen 73 Goins, Judy 90 Gomes, Stanley 81 Gonet, Peter 31 Gonzales, Diana 73, 230 Gonzales, Maggie 186 Gonzalez, Al 81, 196 Gonzalez, Blanca 73 Gonzalez, Guiller 31, 60, 167 Gonzalez, Jackie 81 Gonzalez, James 73, 234 Goodacre, Bobbi 90 Goodman, Rebecca 73 Goodman, Lori 31, 239 Fabris, Victor 73, 140, 196, 200 Fader, Pamela 29 Fahrny, Thomas 29, 47 Fairhurat, Kay 73, 216, 236, 244, 245 Fairhurst, Richard 29, 73 Familari,fJoe 29, 179 Fanning, Dawn 30 Favero, Viviana 89, 177 Fay, Patrick 73 Fszio, Karen 80, 142, 143, 186, 188, 222, 239, 2521 Feilen, Michael 154 Feilen, Nancy 72, 73, 76, 116, 132, 161, 162, 221, 224, 225, 1299, 249 Fenberg, Judith 88, 89, 93, 225, 239, 249 Fernau, Christopher 30 1 Fernandez, Hermelina 89 Ferrando, Cindy 30, 60, 228, 248 Ferrando, Paul 89 Fetcho, Denriis 80, 141, 184 Flechter, Linda 30 Figueroa, Lori'80, ,230 Figueroa, Vincent.80, 125 File, Tanya 89 File , Kristin 73' Files, Shannon 89 1 Finan, Kathy 145 Fincher, Robert 80, 130, 154 V Finchum, Alicel'l'3 1 Finchum, Laurie 30 Finegan, Elizabeth 30, 60, 242 Finn, Catherine 89 1 ' Flagg, Darren 30, 60 11 , Flagg, Shari 80, 174,,175, 222 Fleming, Kevin 73, 140, 196, 197, 198 Fletcher, Jason 89 Floch, Robert 89 1, Font, Denise 80 ,, . Fortugnod, Robert-89,1195 .1 Fourdycc, Lucas 89- Fowler, Brenda 801 ikr f 'V Faijo, Kristin 89, 225,239 Fraijo, Philip 73, 156,159 Franco, Eric 30, 125, 167, 169 Frazier, Joseph 80, 130 I 7 Frazier, Vann 80, 114, 220,,236, 239, 240, , 244, 245 5 1 Frobose, Glen 73, 117 I Gordon, Bradley 74, 184 Gosnell, Joseph 74 Gosnell, Kelly 90 Gratzinger, Richard 34 Gray, Loxie 34 Gray, Margeret 90 Gray, Tom 74 Graziano, Debra 74 Grega, Katherine 81 Gregery, Kurt 243 Griffin, Jeff 90 Griffin, Sandra 90 Grijalva, Daniel 81 Grijalva, Sam 34, 39, 60, 113, 125, 128, 129 Grodivant, James 74 Guenhart, John 195 Guerrero, Harry 74 Guillory, Pauline 74 Gumbale, Antonio 80 Gustavson, Heidi 74 Gutib, Danford 74 Gutib, Daniel 90 Haeckel, Matthew 81 Hagelberg, Linda 34, 233, 245 Hagelberg, Phil 81 Hagen, Mark 81 Hagen, Tammy 33, 34, 41, 46, 54, 60, 110, 113 , 206, 207, 224, 241 Hager, Steven 90 Hahn, Lisa 90 Hahn, Phil 74, 140, 195 Hailey, Maureen 74 Haines, Jennifer 74, 135, 136, 162, 163. 175, 222,-228 Haines, Kermit 34 Halbritter, Jacquel 90 Hale, Leslie 81, 220, 233, 236, 237, 244, 245 Hale, Sherry 81, 220, 233, 236, 237, 244, 245 Hall, Cyndi 74 Hall, Kimberly 90, 212 Hall, Linda 81 Hall, Linda R. 74 Hall, Mark 81, 196 Hall, Rod 34 Fuentes, David 30, 60 " - Fuller, Drew 89 ' Gaggero, Vt2encly180 1, Gallagher, Terry 30 , Gallegos, Dean.73, 76, 88, 231, 248 Gallegos, George1:89, 215 , Gallegos, Roberta 734.186, 242 Gallegos, Sylvia 899230 , Galvin, Edward 89 1 ,,,, j Ganschow, Bonny 73131 ,,,, I Ganschow, Dan 89 Y, 1 Garcia, Benjamin 30, 60,i125,j1' Garcia, David 73,, is Garcia, Gilbert 31,1-60, 125, '127 Garcia, Jessie 89 Garcia, Joqquin 81 Garcia, Lori 81, 216, 229 Garcia, Manuel 81 2 Garcia, Renee 31, 216 Garcia, Sara 73 , Garcia, Teresa 89 Garcia, Teresa L. 73, 206, 208, 224, 225, 229 Garcia, Trinida 89 Gardea, Jack 81, 130, Gardner, Kathy 81, 220 Garkow, Kenneth 141, 201 Garkow, Ronald 73, 140 Garman, Tony 89 Garretson, Nancy 73 Garrett, Michael 89 , Garza, Richard 81, 171 Gaye, Brad 196 Gaye, Cynthia 89 Gerard, Joe 81 Geringer, Lynn 73 Hammond, Crystal 90 Hammond, Nancy 74 Handwork, Leann 90,1243 Haney, John 74 Hanson, Cameron 81 ' Hanson, ,Jodi 34, 47, 00, 110, 113, 116, 206, 207, 224, 225, 241 ,,,, Hanson, Kerrie 189, 235 Hanson, Scott 74 Haralson, Robert 74 A Hardy, Michael 74 V Harris, Gary 90 , Harris, Sandy 34, 60, 145, 146 ,, Harris, Shelley' 81 Harter, Kevin'90 Hartert, Steven 34, 60 Hartford, Lester 81, 167, 169 L 1 Hartford, Mrifehael 81, 167, 169 Hasemeyei, Ddve 74, 111, 125, 147, 149, 179, 22311232 235, 250 Hasty, Jeff' 74 1, Haught, 81, 167, 1:84 Hawkins, Aiithdny 90 ,1 Hawlgins, Diirieiie 74 Hawkins, .Darryl 82 , Hawkins, Jorseigh 90 , '11 . 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Sariiiy 107 ,K -A 14, Mooneyhan, Joyce 105, 242 Moore, Roy 96 Musick, Bobby 104 Nelson, Mike 101, 131, 132, 134, 153 Newman, Michael 96 Nigg, Stan 104 Parker, Carole 101 Parkhurst, Richard 105 Pashone, Jim 99, 162, 256 Penter, Linda 101, 135, 136, 166 Plymale, Dolores 107 Poortman, Ida 107 Reiner, Mona 107 Reynolds, Bob 102, 110, 179 Rice, Ron 104, 149 Ridgeway, Joy 98 Reinche, Lisa 107 Roberts, Nancy 107 Robison, Trulane 100, 175 Rodrigez, Rudy 155 Ruiz, lrma 107 Schiappi, Grace 107 Shamel, June 107 Shewmaker, Rose 107 Singh, Gerald 156 Spruston, Bill 96 Strauss, Susan 102 Sweger, Glenda 99, 145, 189, 226, 227, 235 Sylvia, Joan 107, 255 Tellian, Joan 105 Todd, Pat 107 Vargas, Nancy 107. 255 Walla, Al 106 Weber, George 104 .Westphal. Mike 100, 125, 127, 196 Wm, Ralph 99 Young. Bill 104


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