Franklin High School - Almanac Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)
- Class of 1960
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EARL B. BARNETT, PRINCIPAL
EFFICIENCY EXPERT of Franklin's officialdom
was Joseph S. Herman, Mr. Barnett's successor
as temporary principal. Determination and
judgment were two of the main factors in his
well-operated regime. The former Jefferson
High School Vice-Principal brought many
changes to Franklin in the fields of student gov-
ernment and finance.
"A PRINCE AND A PAL" was Franklin's Princi-
pal Earl B. Barnett, a real favorite with the
student population. Both student body and
faculty reluctantly saw him transferred down-
town to serve the Board of Education as Admin-
istrator of Secondary Assignments, and realized
more emphatically how much they appreciated
his understanding and sincerity.
JOSEPH S. HERMAN, TEMPORARY PRINCIPAL
Aid Advancement in Education
DAMSELS IN DISTRESS are the charge of Girls' Vice
Principal, MRS. ELSA MAE SMITH, whose supervision of
Franklin's standards upheld the school's traditions. Her
constant smile and unfailing humor made life easier for
the school's female population.
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COMPETENT COUNSELOR of the A-l2's and
head counselor of the school was MISS JEAN
HENDERSON, known to all seniors as a willing
advisor and guide. Every student in some way
profited from her vast knowledge and Iudgment
in assisting with plans for the future. To the
deep regret and concern of all, a maior illness
kept Miss Henderson off the iob for several
months of the spring semester,
You ll WIN
If you keep trying
MISBEHAVING MALES feared Boys' Vice Principal
PETER CLENTZOS, but to those who "hewed the
he was a leader and friend. His interest in sports and
his relation of it to school life brought "down to e
solutions to many problems.
One of the biggest tasks
in any high school is the
COUNSELING of students.
Fortunate is Franklin in hav-
ing eight of the very finest
in the city.
Always ready to lend a helping
hand are: ll-rl Miss Jean Hen-
derson lA-l2l,Mr. Don Gustafson
1B-l2,l Miss Pal Carter KA-lll.
Back Row: Miss Marion Connors
QB-lll, Miss Bess Shanks QA-lO
m-zl, Mr Alex Morrison KA-lO
o-ll, Mr. Robert Seim QB-lO m-zl,
Mr. Phillip Nassief lA-ll a-ll
The students of Franklin salute
LOVED BY ALL, because of his
understanding and heart warm-
ing smile, Franklin REGISTRAR
MR, REX MILLER will long be
remembered by every student
who has had the privilege of
knowing him. Patiently and
enthusiastically talking over
any student's problems, he has
won the confidence of others.
Because of his true interest in
helping others, there will al-
ways remain an air of friend-
liness and welcome in his of-
Busy fingers and patient
thoughtfulness will long be
connected with our efficient
CLERFCAL STAFF. Keeping
the records in perfect order
and ready for immediate
use, were a few of the var-
ied tasks performed by
these lovely ladies,
Row 'l, seated: ll-rl Mrs. Grace
Bauhof, Mrs. Jean Baird. Row 2:
Mis Dorothy Spencer, Mrs. Mil-
dred Kennedy, Mrs, Marguerite
Carlton, and Miss Dorothy Ade-
"GET A JOB!" is the frequently heard cry of Franklin's
EMPLOYMENT DIRECTOR. All students seeking gainful
employment turn to iolly MR. PHIL JONES, as he in
turn delegates various secretarial duties to student aide
GOODMORNING, Franklin High school - many
times this cheery welcome is heard. Twelve girls
handle the busy switchboard throughout the day,
as Pat McMasters and Charlene Hatcher ably
demonstrate. Co-ordinating the myriad calls and
answering the vaguest questions are all in the
days routine for these hardworking girls.
TWO BELLS RING, and away he goes! MR. STERLING
PIERCE, Janitorial Manager, holds full responsibility
for the custodial work throughout Franklin, a iob he
handles so efficiently in fact, that many students
never know he exists. Another relatively unknown
aspect of this quiet, atfable man, is his literary en-
thusiasm and his fine Collection of rare and valuable
ERATING around this weird
contraption are the mechani-
cally - minded INDUSTRIAL
ARTS teachers. What, only
Mr. Ketfer appears confident
enough to risk approaching
the device. . .?
INDUSTRIAL ARTS II-rI Mr. Ivor
Krantz, Mr. Philip Jones, Mr. All
G. Sherry, Mr. William A. Crary, M
Rex M, Keller, Mr, Max R. Shelly.
ATHLETE'S FOOT SHOULD
BE FEARED by all in this as-
sorted crowd of individuals,
for they are PHYSICAL EDU-
CATION teachers. Their
prowess is shown by the ob-
vious ease with which they
have attained the giddy
heights where they now
PHYSICAL EDUCATION II-rl Mr. R
an V raker Mrs utherine
I d . Sp , . C
Ries, Mr, John G. Spangler, Miss Ve
lean S, Avila, Mr. Richard E. Whitmc
Miss Louise O, Ernst.
STIRRING COFFEE WITH A
BRUSH? Why not, when the
ART and HOMEMAKING
teachers hold a gabfest?
Their extreme ingenuity is
indicated by their ability to
combine two such unrelated
fields-and at the same
ART AND HOMEMAKING Il-rl M
Ruth Brockrnan, Miss Faye E. V
Roekel, Mrs. Helen O. Cyran, M
Ru'h Priscilla B:-attie.
TIME OUT FOR TOYS! Miss Barbara Met-
calf, DRIVER EDUCATION teacher, dem-
onstrates some of the higher arts involved
in playing with little cars.
EUREKA! I HAVE FOUND IT! Mr. Ima-
ura displays his long sought discovery
as the BUSINESS EDUCATION teachers
look on with delight.
BUSINESS EDUCATION: Standing: II-rl Mr. Ken
lmamura, Mr. Gordon Barnwell, Mrs. Helen W.
Mason, Miss Doreen B. Minsberg. Seated: Miss Vera
Wittmon, Miss Lucie Morris, Miss Evelyn Dunkerley
OVERCROWDED OFFICE packed with
ENGLISH teachers is an indication of
the importance of this department.
Part of their difficulties stem from
teaching some of the students "a Ian-
guage other than their own."
ENGLISH: Standing: II-rI Mr. Robert M. Seim
Mrs. Mariorie W. Gillin, Miss Harriette Bess Shanks,
Mr. Jerome Weiner, Seated: Mrs. Catherine W. Rich-
ardson, Mr. Clinton R. Taylor, Mrs. Jean D. Sandlie,
Mrs. Florine Jackson, Miss Angeline Chagares, Mr
William S. Bogdanoft, Mrs. Karen S. Wynar, Mrs
I Elizabeth B. Walker.
TABLE-TOP SCIENTISTS view "un-
authorized experiments" with var-
ied emotion. But is everyone too
engrossed to notice what Mr. Bel'
knap is doing to Mr. Naismith's
SCIENCE: Row I: ll-rl Miss Cleo Patsy Car-
ter, Mr. Theodore V. Tice, Miss Marilyn K.
Tan, Miss Marion Connors, Mr. Robert E.
Naismith. Row 2: Mr, Ray L, Anderson, Mr.
Richard E. Whitney, Mr. Albert A. Wagner,
Mr, Bruce C. Belnap.
ONE MORE TEACHER BITES THE DUST' Mr Bones probably
o Senior Class Sponsor, conceals nothing as one well informed
SCIENCE student points out little-known facts of nature to his
ATTAINING NEW HEIGHTS, Mr.
Ralph Mullen reaches at least the
level of his fellow MATHEMATICS
teachers, as he seemingly instructs
them in the finer nuances of their
subiect. Only Mr. Jack Dowlin
seems to have come prepared to
solve the problems with his pocket
MATHEMATICS: ll-rl Mr. Ralph Mullen, Mr.
Clarence O, Torstenbo, Mr. Bruce C, Belknap,
Mrs. Margaret A. Gainder, Mr. Philip Nas-
siet, Mr. John Lewis Dowlin, Ir.
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BOOKS, BOOKS, EVERYWHERE-and not a comic to ready but you can further
your education in the LIBRARY, under Miss Jean Sondlies' supervision.
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ANTONE FOR A GAME? Tennis, basketball, badminton-all are activities for
girls in P.E. CLASSES.
PAINSTAKING PENCIL-PUSHERS work hard in their DRAFTING CLASS, Note
the one girl in this otherwise allemale ensemble,
JUST CAN'T STAND IT! The HEALTH OFFICE girls busily
bandage a bleeding Franklinite.
SO IT IS ROUND, AFTER ALL! Terry Garland shows his
HISTORY CLASS that Columbus was really on the ball . . .
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Separated by their grade
Into native clans or CLASSES
Seniors lead the big parade.
Waging strange and peaceful war
Without despair or woe
Against each other, till they join
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BEAMING BOB BROWN Wlnter Student
Body President wuth unfaulmg cheer and
drnvmg enthuslasm led the student body
and the student councnl through a splen
ALWAYS STRIVING to attaun hrs goals
school as a man who would not qurt
a 'ob one
lntellugence and athletlcs as well as rn
Student Body President
Known throughout the
begun Jah n excelled
Guldes Blaze New Tra11s to Acluevement
Learning by dolng, the members of Leadershlp Class practice
democracy In actlon The guides blazed the trall by Install
mg the marquee, revlslng the Constrtutlon, and establlshmg
the Advlsory Council All gained valuable experlence rn stu
dent government and appreciation of democratic procedure
as they piloted the Franklm student body through another
WINTER LEADERSHIP CLASS ll rl Row 'l John Davls Shlrley Olea Bruce Bauer Ken Furuya Eva Gastelum Bob Brown Stan Frnar Mnke Pymm Linda Savelle
Lmda Sherwood Row 2 John Chuck Barbara Kurtz Judy Hedekln Glorla Campos Marulyn Krcmer Bull Althouse Sue Barrett Rnchard Solomon Cora Ssmmonds
Mabel Woods Phyllls Hall Marne Garza Judy Moreno Row 3 Beverly Teltt Lourse House Nancey Mellen Rosamarue Thee Josephme Smrth Lunda Marr Darlene
Reed Gerry Worley Scott Neely Carol Wulson Pat Reed Leroy Baca Dave Eccles Larry Cruzan Bull Magrll
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IN ALTRUISTIC PURSUIT of higher goals were
WINTER STUDENT BODY OFFICERS. Row l: ll-rl
Vice-President Key Furuya, President Bob Brown,
Athletic Manager Stan Friar. Row 2: Club Com'
rnissioner Bruce Bauer, Financial Manager Linda
Sherwood, Secretary Eva Gastelum, Press Editor
Linda Savelle, and Cheer Leader Mike Pymm.
POSITIVE PLANNING was the keynote of SUM-
MER STUDENT BODY CABINET Row T: ll-rl
Vice-President Linda Sherwood, Cheer Leader
Shirley O'Lea, Club Commissioner Joy Lewollen,
Secretary Nancey Mellen, Row 2: Financial Man-
ager Norman Owen, President John Davis, Ath-
letic Manager Richard Rea, Press Editor Dan
SUMMER LEADERSHIP CLASS Row T, ll-il: Dan Smith, Joy Lewallen, Shir ey Ol o Nancey Mellen John Davis Linda herwood Norman G Owen linda Brayton
Patricia Brozovich Row 2: Mr. Willie Worden, Charlotte Keith, Lynne Koukol Phyllis Hall Pat Stevens Jerry Hartzke Peggy Gray Gloria Campos Chri Balls
Cora Simmonds Karen Knudson, Julie Unfug, Neal Myers, Xenia Nagy w 3 Chris Tognetti Ben Warren Herb Noll John Zamzow Larry Cruzuan Gary
Kassel George Morris John Chuck, Paul Buzanski, George Huerta, Mike Finkenbinder Bob Bean Joe Navarro
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LEADERS both in their class and in school, these sixteen CELESTRIALS exhibited outstanding ability
as members of Leadership class. QL-Rl Mike Pymm, Bill Althouse, Judy Hedekin, Dave Eccles, Lindo
Savelle, Bob Brown, Bruce Bauer, Ken Furuya, Stan Friar, Leroy Baca, Scott Neeley, Louise House,
Richard Solomon, Darlene Reed, Gerri Worley, Pot Reed.
THE CELESTRIAL CLASS OF WINTER T960 presented them-
selves to Franklin High as one of the greatest classes ever.
From the moment they bounded gaily onto the stage in
their "Chinese Red and Pearl Gray" to their final presen-
tation in the more somber grey of graduation, the Celes-
trials stamped their indelible mark of the moment and
promise for the future.
CELESTRlAlLS wnsiieie 1960
LEROY DAVID BACA SUE BARRETT
PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT
Varsity Letterman Track Senior B. Treasurer
Knights Hook and Cur e President
Athledelphians Press Business Manager
ENTHUSIASM AND HARD WORK paid off Us the senior T
Aye Cabinet led the CELESTRIALS through an eventful
semester. Dress-up Day, the Prom, Vespers, and Gradu-
ation were among the proiects undertaken by this group.
STEERING THE CELESTRIALS through the hazards
at the Senior Bee semester were these hard-working
and efficient cabinet members. il-rt Vice President
Jo Smith, Co-Editor Dove Eccles, Social Chairman
Mary Distarce, Sponsor Mr, Phillip Nassief, Treas-
urer Sue Barrett, Co-Editor Linda Savelle, Secretary
Pat Reed, Historian Louise House. Cheering them
on to greater effort were il-rt Marilyn Wickliffe,
Donna Walls, Linda Marr, and Judy Hedekin,
who surround President Bob Brown.
EPHEBIAN SOCIETY MEMBERS chosen for their scholarship, talents
and leadership were Club Commissioner Bruce Bauer, Valedic-
torian Pat Reed and Battalion Commander Bill Althouse.
MARY DISTARCE JOSEPHINE SMITH
Senior B Social Chairman
Major of Co-Ed Staff
B-ll Class President
Thespian President, Honor
Drill Team Co-Captain
Senior B Yice President
BRAINS BEAT BRAWN in a closely contested
race as Athenian President Pat Reed was
chosen Celestrial Valedictorian. Her 3.81
grade average barely edged that of saluta-
torian Gary Brink.
SYLVIA MARIE SYLCHAK
Girls' League Historian
Girls' Council Chaplain
Athenian Girls' League Historian
Girls' League Representative
Hook and Curve
CLASS SPONSOR Mr. Clarence Tor-
stenbo bore the trials and tribula-
tions of many months without ever
losing his happy smile. His invalu-
able guidance was a prime factor
in making the senior year the suc-
cess that it was.
CLASS PAPER EDITOR
"Youth Speaks" President
Press Associate Editor
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SWINGING INTO THE SPOTLIGHT are Rock-n-Rollers II-rl Leroy Baca, Richardo
Miniares, Stan Friar, and Floyd Jesse. Floyd's rendition of "Heartbreak Hotel"
brought down the house at the Celestrials Sweater Day.
WILLIAM E. ALTHOUSE
R.O.T.C. Bottle Group Cdr. R.O.T.C. Co-Ed Staff
Hi-Hotters President Girls' Council
Athenians-Life Member Drill Team
Ephebians Good Form
JERRY ALLEN BODDYE LINDA BORISKO
Varsity Letterman Track Athenians
Red Cross Club
PHIL CALENTINE OLLIE CASH
Band Pres., 2 semesters Football one year
RICHARD DIEDERICH GORMAN R. DYSTHE
KATHY ELLEN EDLER
Prom Committee Chairman
Maids and Manners
A Cappella Choir
BRIAN DOUGLAS CHAMBERLIN
J.V. Cross Country
REGINA LUCIA ENRIOUEZ
Hook and Curve
GAIL T. ERICSON
B Football Letterman
Girls' League Rep.
Red Cross Rep.
CARL ROBERT FELDMETH
LINDA RUTH ARENDELL WALLY ATCHISON LYLA AYLENE BAKER BRUCE L. BAUER JEANETTE ELAINE BAYER BARBARA BEENKEN
Red Cross Proiect Chmn. Band Ephebian Red Cross Press Staff
PYOWI C0mmlll9e TFOCIK Student Body Club Comm'r. Prom Committee Chairman Red Cross
Basketball Hi-Hatters' President G.A.A. Spanish Club
Boys' League Representative Athenians T.O.T. G.A.A.
MIKE BRASCIA DAN BRAYTON GARY BRINK BOB BROWN ARTHUR D. CABALLERO LINDA IRENE CABRERA
Drama 'l,2,3 Band Knights Student Body President Knights G.A.A.
Thespians Orchestra Press Staff Senior B Class President Athenians Usherettes
Prom Committee Dixieland Combo lite Member of C.S.F. Yell-leader Orchestra 6 semesters
Almanac Staff Baseball and Cross Country Knights Cleft Dwellers
FRED DAHN JOE D'AMICO
HifHatters Thespian Treasurer
Varsity Swimming Letterman
B Football Letterman
Varsity Football Letterman
ALLEN A, FIFE STANLEY ALLAN FRIAR
Varsity Cross Country Athletic Manager
Letterman B Track, Football Letterman
Varsity Letterman's Club Athenians
GORDON B. DECKER
Student Body Vice President
Knights Vice Pres., Sec.
A-I0 and A-I I Class Pres,
Tennis, Basketball Letterman
PERMEATING SPIRIT THROUGHOUT the Celestrnal class are these
hard worktng and vivacnous Senuo Aye cheer leaders tl rt Marlyn
Wicklnffe Donna Walls Judy Hedelun Lunda Marr Loulse House
light the spark of enthusiasm in the class
HESCAPED CONVICTS" or HBATHING BEAUTIES"???
Yodelers ll-rl John Nordquist, Leroy Boca, Scott Neel-
ey, Gail Ericson, Stan Friar, and Richard Solomon
formed a colorful part of "They Said It Couldn't Be
Done," the Celestrial Dress-Up Day.
LINDA KELLER JUDY MARIE KING LARRY L. KOETT VIRGINIA LEPRE DENNIS LINDE A. WAYNE LUKE
Choir Dress-Up Day Committee Basketball Girls' Glee Club A and B Football Rifle Team R.O.T.C
Girls' Glee Club Prom Committee Key Club Drill Team R.O.T.C
Dress-Up-Day Chairman Choir Sound Crew
Maids and Manners Spanish Club R.O.T.C.
REVIEWING THE WINNERS of Dress- "ONE, TWO, AND THREE." "DaffydiIl" Suville leads ll-rl
Up Day are Class President Leroy Donna Walls, Marilyn Wickliffe, ond Lindo Marr in the
Baca and Sponsor Mr. Clarence Tor- 'tChipmunk Song."
stenbo, as the 'iSalvation Army Band"
parades in the background.
HUNTING FOR BUTTERFLIES in the bushes
are Celestrials ll-rl Melissa Wright, Judy
Hedekin, and Beth Hill. Although they found
few butterflies they did add to the wqckiness
of Dress-Up Day.
JUDY HINMAN is crowned "Queen of the Celestrial Ball" by President Leroy Boca. The radiant monarch is surrounded by
the escorts of her princesses.
EDWARD MANN LINDA MARR JOHN MATTEWS RONALD M:DERMOTT JAMES I. MILLER FLORENCE M. MILLER
CYO33 Country Choir Assistant Director Basketball Basketball "C" and "V
Tennis Senior A and B Cheerleader Gymnastics Tennis Varsity
Basketball Lil Civic Committee Key Club
Hi-Hatters Good Form Vice-President Chess Club
Junior Red Cross Clu
Student Body Yell Leader
Prom Committee Chairman
GARY L. SAULS
Co-maker of Class Plaque
Clean Campus Committee
LINDA ANNETTE SAVELLE
KARL PAUL STAUDHAMMER
DARLENE MARY REED PATRICIA ANN REED
Student Body Cheerleader
DENNIS LEE SCHNEIDER
Y.F.C. Cabinet Member
STEPHEN ROBERT STRESSER
Sweater Day Committee
Ephebian Sound Crew
KATHLEEN SCHUMACHER CARLENE SMITH
Sweater Day Committee Hook and Curve
Sweater Day Committee
Lilla Anthony Sutton Dent, Mary Ann Dowle,
Katherine Sue Kendall, .lack Wesley London,
Norman Walter Robinson, David Lynn Somers,
Walter van der Zyl, Jr., Emery Winebrenner,
Joseph Ronald Zuzow.
Alan Dean Brady, David Irving Fenton, Clar-
ence Mill Johnson, Kenneth Francis Sheppard,
We're the Celestrials happy and gay,
Dressed in Chinese Red and also Pearl Gray
We're proud of our colors, proud of our name
We're the Celestrials headed for fame.
We've got spirit and we show if
We're the great Celestrials!
And we want the world to know it
Friendship and spirit never will die
We're the Celestrials of Franklin High.
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It takes a lot of living, thinking, studying, dreaming,
hoping to evolve both knowledge and fun from three
years of high school. The Etruscan Class of summer
sixty worked to their utmost to fulfill their most ulti-
mate dreams. The first broken tradition of these
"Italian warrions" was presenting their cardigan
sweaters of beige and brown in a drastically differ-
ent Sweater Day program. Two of the most outstand-
ing factors contributing to the success of their Sweater
Day were the dominating exhuberant spirit and indi-
vidual originality. The highlight of every Senior's
year was the long awaited prom captured in "Orien-
tal Fantasy," the most fantastic extravaganza Frank-
lin has experienced. One day soon a hush will fall,
Etrauscans one and all will leave this mighty school
and disappear. But Franklin will long remember the
hard working and outstanding ETRUSCANS!
ETRUSCANS SUMMER 1960
VALEDICTORIAN CHARLES THACKER came
to the top of the class through 540 days
of school with a 3.96 grade average.
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THESE SEVEN SCHOLARS ranked highest in their class and hold the distinctive honor of being named
"Ephebians." Front left to right: George Huerta, Shirley O'Lea, Pat Stevens, Linda Sherwood. Back
row: Charles Thacker, Norman Owen, John Davis.
Warriors Wage a Mighty Quest
Varsity Letterman Club
Sweater Day Committee
Merdell Banwart Judy Barmore
Girls' league Rep, Maids and Manners
Girls' Glee Club Treasurer
Robert Arkin Shirley Ausenick Janene Bailey Lydia Baiseria
Maids and Manners Hook and Curve Etiquette
Usherettes Bennettes Board of Standards
GAA Prom Committee GAA
Athenians Sweater Day Committee Good Form
Richard Barraza Paul Beard Richard Beilke Louis Bellow
Swimming Team B Track Varsity Baseball
B Football Basketball
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Madeline Benn Renee Bibb larry Boisclaire
Gymnastics Scorekeeper Usherettes Secretary B and C Track
Usherettes Good Form Athenians
K , Etiquette GAA Basketball
Press Staff Athenian Emergency Radio
CONGRATULATIONS were in order for the enthusiastic Etrus- OPEVCWOY
:an class on their Sweater Day, Kenny Watson points with ,
pride as Kathy Mulligan, Sharon Honea and Monte Grant Susan Bums . , Paul euzanslu , Roberla Ccdmon
flush ,heir Upprovoy Good Form -Historian, Boys -League Vice
Social Chairman President
Band ROTC Buttle Group Co.
Hi Hatters Treasurer,
Pete Carusone Gary Cavaness Pattie Cavin John Chuck Semin Ciqone Margaret Clark
Boys' League Rep. Knights President Pran Committee
Football Stage Manager
Track Varsity Letterman Club
Fred Dahl Carole Daigneault Madeline Danburn JoAnn Danskin John Davis David Degenkolb
Drill Team Treasurer Student Body President Press Staff
Good Form Ephebian--CSF Life Orchestra
GAA Member Hi-Hatters
36 Girls' League Rep, Boys' League President Latin-French Club
Varsity Track Letterman
Lynne Dunn Ray Dunnica Dennis Eakin
Carole Ferro Mike Finkenbinder Alicia Flores
Etiquette Lil' Civic Committee
Key Club President
Varsity Letterman Club Thespions
Maids and Manners
All City Orchestra
Senior A Cheerleader
WIDE EYED AND EAGER ETRUSCANS enioy their Festive Ban- MHA'
quet after their Magnificent Sweater Day program.
Louis Garcia Maria Garcia Bertha Coribay
Latin-French Club GAA Historian-
Bruce Glasscock Don Glasshot Judy Gonzales
Sweater Day Committet
Board of Standards
Girls' Council Vice Pres.
Girls' League Cheerleader
Senior A Cheerleader
Mary Jo Kervin
Senior A Cheerleader
Jerry Lee Hartzke
Senior B Cheerleader
Bennettes Vice Pres.
Sharon Lee Johnson
Girls' Glee Club
Senior A Cheerleader
Olympic Torch Relay
All City Track
All-City Cross Country
Girls' Glee Club
Charlene Hatcher Patrick L, Henn John A. Heredia
Jr. Red Cross Pres. Boys' League Rep.
Chess Club Vice Pres. ROTC Color Guard
Howard Huang Richard Hubinger George Huerta
Youth Speaks Football Senior A Class President
ROTC Military Police Basketball Ephebian
ROTC Color Guard Tennis Knights
Press Staff Cross Country Letterman
With those flashing brown eyes and a radiant smile that
comes with a charming personality, GLORIA CAMPO5 has
captured the hearts of all. During her stay at Franklin,
this lovely Miss has eagerly participated as a member or
officer of several clubs, added life and spirit as cheerl
leader ofthe Senior Aye Class, and was chosen as Captain
of the f?.O.T.C. Coed Staff. Before leaving for her home
in Brazil "George" would like to thank all of the people
who made it possible for her stay at Franklin, We can
be equally thankful for having such a wonderful person
cn our carrpus for a year!
fr' Shrader Bob Slade Gilbert Silva Rita Silva
C ess Club Football Varsity and B
A ledelphtans Key Club
C 'Dir Prom Committee
"HOW TO SERVE YOUR FELLOW MAN,"
the Cannibal Cookbook, must have been
written after seeing these Senior Ayes on
Dress-Up Day Surrounding waitress Shir'
ley Ol.ea are Baked Etruscans Ruth
Frevik, Alena Kazda, Joy Lcwalten, Betty
Brehm, Wanda Hole.
HORROR SUCH HAS BEEN SEEN "Never
Before and Never Again" was exhibited
at Dress-Up Day. To add shivers and
shudders are: ll-rl John Heredia, Monte
Etiquette Vice Pres.,
Clean Campus Committee
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David Squire Pat Stevens
R.O.T.C. lil Civic Committee
A Capella Choir
Senior B 8 A Social
Press Features and News
Press Editor in Chief
Co-Editor Senior B Paper
Robert Smurlo Robert Solano Dave Spangenberger
Key Club R.O.T.C.
Lee Stoudt Marsha Sullivan Margie Sutphen
Boys' League Rep. Red Cross Rep. Girls' Council Historian
Science Club Girls' League Rep. Mary Caswell Scholarship
Danny Sutton Jim Talley
Varsity Basketball Football
Boys' Week Track
Varsity Letterman Club Athenians
Art Tarro Betty Taylor
WHO SAYS MAN is the leader? These cavewomen demonstrate how it should be done.
From left to right: Carol Granados, Delores Peters, Judy Gonzales.
Senior A Secretary
Maids 8. Manners Pres.
Socialites Vice Pres.
Barbara Von Tassel
William Villegas Judith Ann Von Neida
Band Drill Team
Gymnastics Bennettes Secretary
Sweater Day Committee
Christopher Tognetti Lani Tomlison
Hi-Hatters Vice Pres.
CSF Life Member
Bank of America
Carol Wade Benjamin Warren Ken Watson
Chair Varsity Track, Key Club Social Chmn
GAA Sec., Sports Chm. Cross Country Football, Baseball
FHA Pres. Knights Letterman
Athledelphians Pres. Prom Committee
Robert Young Winifred Young Judy Ann Zavala Arthur Zepeda Mara Ziemelis John Cook
Choir Health Comimssion Girls' Glee Club Press Staff Girls' Glee Club Varsity Football
Troubadors Vice President GAA . B-IO Class Pres,
Prom Committee Prom Committee Prom Committee
Girls' League Rep.
Robert Albert Bean
Margaret Katherine Clark
Carole Shirley Diagneault
Rodger Foy Fernandez
Ronald William Gardiner
Guy Alvin Gifford
Lance Gross Hoislip
Darlene Louise Healy
Robert Paul Hayes
Nancy Lee lsenhour
Susan Jane Jacobson
Maryann Victoria LoBianco
Michael John Logan
Victor David Lupica
Richard Charles McAdams
Richard Lawrence McCauley
James Anthony McMahon
Roland Leon Magee, Jr.
Gay Sue Peters
Stirling Alan Peterson
Joseph Anthony Regalado
Frank Allen Swingford
John Ellis Vickrey
Bernard John Volpe
John Joseph Wiegel, Jr,
Robert Gene Wilson
In beige a
Etruscans the class of summer sixty now has come
Etruscans, our name means victory and work well done.
ve and strong, will lead the throng, we'll make a name for thee
nd brown, no where can be found, a class so great as we.
Etruscans, our class is now the greatest of them all
Etruscans, dear Franklin your memories we'll recall.
Senior A Paper
Senior B Cheerleader
Co-Ed Staff Lt, Col.
Varsity Letterman Club
Cynthia Weichel Sally Francie White
Girls' Glee Club
QUEEN SHIRLEY O'i.EA and lner beautiful court ai Princesses, .loy Peters,
Nancy Mellon,, Gay Peters, Judy Von Neida, Jay Lewallen, Kathy Mulligan.
A prom Franklin will lonq remember for its beauty and its originality
MEMORIES COME AND CO but the Etruscans will alwgyg remember their
sgnior prom ot "Oriental Fantasy. Bidding farewell as the musc fades
Cach has the reassurance that the magic ol the moment will be captured
Carol Ann Wilson
Latin-French Pres., Sec.
Judy Van Buskirk
"EVER UPWARDSH was the cry of these
Senior Bees as they prepared to enter
their final year. The class of Winter
'61 showed great enthusiasm as they
f planned for a wonderfully new and dif-
ferent senior year.
PLANNING THE ACTIVITIES for the summer Senior Bee class were
these competent cabinet members. tl-rt Linda Mortenson, Historian,
Dee Lazzaretto, Secretary, John Zamzow, President, Muriel McLean,
Vice-president, Elaine Gardiner, Social Chairman, and Sandy
Loescher, Treasurer. Diana Jensen and Marilyn Kramer served as
c:-editors ot the class paper.
On to Bigger and Better Things . . .
Row I: D. Adams,
S. Aldahl, P. Arnett,
B. Berry, N. Bartok,
W. Beck, R. Bennett,
F. Bordieri, T. Brodowski.
Row 2: H. Brown,
T. Bryson, S. Burgess,
J. Burr, R. Capezzi,
B. Carson, T. Catherall,
J. Ceniceros, V. Chinn.
low 3: J. Choate,
N. Cook, R. Cooper,
N. Cruz, L. Dana,
C. Delaney, C. Doty,
L. Dufer, B. Ellingson.
Row 4: J. Esteves,
J. Eyrich, F. Fanucchi,
L. Foote, S. Fox,
B. Frost, C. Garcia,
E. Gardner, T. Garland.
Row 5: M. Goecks,
S. Hanson, L. Harper,
M. Hendrix, J, Herbaugh,
A, Hernandez, M. Herald
J. High, B. Hites.
Row 6: R. Hubbs,
B. Jacoby, M. Jenkins,
D. Jensen, V. Jones,
1 P. Johnson, V. Jones,
G. Jullien, M. Kerr.
Row l: 8, Kielhly,
P. Kowalski, M. Kramer,
K. Krekorian, P. Lane,
D. Lazzarella, R. Lee,
M. Lepa, J. Lewis,
Row 2: R, Livings.
S, Loescl'1er,G. Leuschow.
M. Luciano, S. Manzer,
C. Marsee, R. McClellan,
W. McGurdy, T. McHenry
Row 3: M. Mclean.
D. Mengel, E. Mitchell,
J. Moore, J. Morgan,
N. Myers, J, Nese,
D. Nielson, J. Olson.
Row 4: G, Ong.
J. Pauley, R. Payan,
V, Pell, B, Pollard,
Y. Raab, E. Reeves,
S. Renfroe, R. Rich.
Row 5: T. Richler,
K. Rider, F. Riggio.
J. Rives, C. Roberts,
B. Rosan, R. Sanchez,
R. Sanchez, B. Schoulen.
Row 6: W. Schroeder,
N. Shaver, J. Shiffer,
A. Slane, T, Sparkman,
D. Stark, L. Stalen,
W. Sleffes, P. Slevens.
Row 7: M. Sluarl,
R. Suazo, 5. Swain,
I, Tafoya, C. Tollen,
J, Weiss, J. Weiss,
L. Wesl, J. Whilacre.
Row 8: J. Youngberg,
P. Yurgalevicz, J. Zamzaw
L. Zuegin, M. Zirnelis.
vi es S Baldwin V Criscuone, J. Fahrmeier, B, Frisbe
sserand S Guida B Hay s A. Jonke, R. Jullien, A Kam l
orlenson R Padilla D Pufer, B. Reid, M. Riley, D. Rodriguez
anchez D muh encer, M. Stalker, R. Slorks, U rv
POTENTIAL PLUS was the keynote of these spir-
ited A-ll's. Rarely had any class shown such
talent and potential leadership as did this class
of Summer '6l.
DYNAMIC OFFICERS of the A-Tis were these cabinet
members tl-rj Tice President Marge Miller, Treasurer
John Squires, and President Charlotte Keith. Secretary
Sue Vaughn missed this picture.
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Row 'l: R. Aleshire,
A. Amescua, R. Arroila,
J. Averno, J. Bailey,
R. Bain, B. Baker,
G. Balla, K. Bankuthy.
Row 2: B. Barber,
D. Barnard, E. Barron,
P. Batho, R. Bauer,
N. Baye, D. Beverage,
B. Bidgood, J. Bivins.
Row 3: B. Black,
C. Bolls, M. Bossinas,
D. Broth, D. Brouer,
D. Braunton, L. Brayton,
S. Brink, N, Brower.
Row 4: V. Bruno,
M. Burgess, J. Burns,
N. Calabrese, V. Camargo
J. Capen, R, Carabetta,
G. Chamberlain, H. Chao.
Row 5: R. Chemnitzer,
R. Chew, B. Cimarusti,
V, Cisneros, E. Clibborn,
R. Coffey, B. Collins,
T. Colson, C. Cooper.
Row 6: P. Pope,
J. Corig, J. Cowell,
C. Cross, E. Cuellar,
T, D'Amore, G. Cavid,
J. Davis, D. DeFazio.
Row 7: R. DeLaura,
B. Denison, B. Dent,
B. Diano, L. Diez,
J. Ditter, R. Dituri,
C. Dixon, B. Doiron
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F. Dowle, G. Downs,
W. Duff, G. Dumbar,
D. Dunnico, M. Dupuy,
P. Duvall, H, Echele.
Raw 2: R. Erickson,
R. Erwin, M. Evans,
P. Farnsworth, J. Ferdinand,
A. Fernandez, F. Ferrari,
B. Fixel, J. Flores.
Row 3: M, Fontan,
L. Foos, B. Ford,
D. Frevik, J. Froehlick,
G. Gabaldon, S. Gagliano,
J. Garcia, R. Garcia.
Row 4: R. Garner,
A. Garza, A. Girard,
C. Gliona, J. Goders,
J. Gosden, O. Gottardi,
L. Gramont, B. Graychik.
Row 5: N. Gross,
P. Gross, D. Grove,
M. Guadalupe, R. Guarino,
A, Guerrero, M. Hall,
G. Hamman, J. Handcock.
Row 6: D. Hardy,
G. Harris, L. Hart,
C. Healy, R. Hernandez,
J. Hidalgo, D. Hoffman,
Row 7: R. Hornback,
W. Howie, R. Hubbard,
S. Huntsman, R. Jara,
D. Jessup, R. Jioras,
R. Johnson, W. Johnson.
Row 8: G. Kane,
B. Kartz, C. Keith,
J. Kelley, S. Kennedy,
M. Kepp, T. Kilian,
B. Kilman, M. Klein.
Row 9: H. Kohatsu,
J. Kominsky, S. Krantz,
S. Kreuger, J. Laase,
P. Lamb, T, LaVogue,
R. Leonard, H, Lerma.
Row 10: A. Lessiak,
R. Leyva, S. Lindquist,
D. Littlefield, B. Lofthouse,
E. Lopez, E. Lopez,
L. Lund, E. McAdams.
Row 11: L. McCarty,
M, McKane, W. McKibbin,
E, Madron, E. Mamath,
D. Markham, L. Marsh,
J. Marshall, J. Martinez.
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Muller W Muller Y Muller K Miyake G Monlanlno D Moody J Moore C Morales M Morehead L Moreno M Morrlll Row 3 R Morrun
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M Schumacher L Sellelta P Serva T Shearer R Shruver J Sulveslro A Smnh J Smnth M Smnlh O Srmth O Smulh Row 9 S Smllh
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J. Anderson, E. Beck, I. Cessna, C. Desiardino, D. Dripps, D. Ennis, L.
Erickson, D. Fomenko, L. Haworth, B. Huff, D. Lewis, S. Linsel, D. Martin,
M. Mastro, C. Maurano, P. Mitte, T. Morrison, M. Munt, D. Nakaishi, L.
Patterson, K. Peterson, D. Rasmussen, G. Rensing, S, Sandoval, D. Spires,
T. Turner, R. Wollam, J. Woodard, R. Ybarra.
waiting their chance
SMALL, BUT SPIRITED were the B-ll's
as they waited their chance to emerge
as leaders. They already have exhibited
talent and enthusiasm in their first three
semesters at Franklin.
LOWER CLASS LEADERS were these B-ll officers, ll-rl Dora Dee
Stansauk, President Clay Cox, Lora Lee Stansauk.
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Row l: B. Strasser, J. Strausburg, G. Sullins, A. Surace, G. Swanson, L. Talbott,
' D. Tate, R. Thee, L. Thompson, D. Twardak, D. Vaccari. Row 2: l.. Valdez, A. Van Dam,
1 M. Vasquez, M. Vasquez, R, Vaughn, S. Vaughn, D. Verna, B. Wakefield, T. Walker,J.
X Walters, K. Warner. Row 3: S. Warner, M, Warren, B. Watkins, S. Watts, R.
wg N Westling, L. White, W. White, R. Wickham, G. Wisegarver, K. Wood, V. Zager. Row 4:
55 l' A M. Zimmerman, A. Zordan, C. Zufall, G. Zuzow.
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Row 'I: E. Akman, S. Aldahl, M. Alexander, G, Alvarado, R. Alvarado, H. Arangua, I. Askins, M. Astello, S. Baiseri, G. Ballen, D. Berdusco. Row 2:
J. Bergman, D. Borner, E. Buckle, S. Burris, D. Butcher, S. Campos, S. Carey, D. Carney, S. Chiechi, S. Cindrich, B. Connett. Row 3: A. Cordy, A.
Couvillon, C. Cox, R. Cox, S. Cunningham, S. Currie, H. Dearth, J. DeMetri, T. Dragoo, L. Drown, J. Duda.
Row 'I: J. Elam, C. Ellison, D. Fernandez, P. Ferris, H. Fetrow, J. Fincher, A. Fischer.
Row 2: D. Fisk, L. Flores, J. Frauenhoff, R, Gamboa, L. Gamillo, M. Gamillo, V. Garcia.
Row 3: L. Gilbertson, J. Gladstone, E. Gomez, I. Gonzales, P. Grant, G. Grigsby, R.
DOUBLE EXPOSURE? Dora Dee and Lorc
Lee Stansouk give the photographer trouble,
but provide entertainment for all at assem-
blies and shows. Their duets, with or with-
out guitar, were always enioyed.
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, , f 2 2 4 i D. Hurlburt, K. Huston.
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Row 5: K. Hyland,
K ' 5, , 4 B. Jacoby, D. Jones,
4 1 vivzv 'A 5 G. Kaiser, S. Karrasch,
, S .' "'- Qi- D. Keen, B. Kennedy,
' f S. Kwan, M. Laborie.
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f I- A 'L E. Lawrence, R. Lincoln,
"AL A ' if T, Lindocrfer, Y. Littlefield,
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Row 7: C. Lycan,
S. McClure, J. McWilliams,
L. MacPhetridge, J. Manke,
K. Marsh, S. Marsh,
B. Martin, L. Meredith.
Row 8: K. Mulsoff,
L. Muniz, H. Newell,
W, Nieber, M. O'Connell,
M. O'Connor, W. Osborn,
A. Polmier, J. Pasmore.
Row 9: M. Penalver,
S Petrie, D. Pitz,
C. Prestel, R. Pruett,
L. Ravize, R. Rayborn,
N. Rea, P. Ream.
Row IO: R. Reed,
D. Rickcrs, L. Rios,
J. Rowlan, D. Ruiz,
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F. Salinas, R. Sandoval
3' 4,f. ' Row ll: J. Schlelchor,
J. Secrl, S. Simon,
' J. Sklapsky, K. Smith,
L. Sompell, D. Sporkmcn,
P. Spease, A Squires.
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C. Uribe, D. Van Vleck, D. Vela, S. Vignes, H. Wagenmakers, B. Wagner, L. Warren, L. Waugh, C. Weaver, J. Welsh. Row 3: D. White,
G. White, I, White, G. Vlilcox, J, Winchester, J. Wolf, M, Woods, C. Wrinkel.
P. Anderson, A. Carrizosa, D. Daniels, M. Hawes, W, Heck, M. Keith,
R. Knowlton, V. Kostrukoff, B. Lunsford, S. Martinez, R. Munoz,
M. Ptiefter, W. Pooler, P. Stanley, B. Disparte.
up and coming. ..
"BIGGEST AND BEST" was the claim of
the A-lO class after their first year at .
Franklin. Over 400 students entered
Bendom's halls and prepared to make a
mark for themselves and their class.
Class officers of the A-l0's were ll-rl Pat Neri,
Gary Anslyn, and Pat Gay. This Cabinet began
making the plans that would send their class to
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Adams, R. Adams,
Aguirre, A. Allen
Allen, S. Anderson,
Andrade, G. Anslyn,
Altamirano, M. Artman
w 2: E, Baker,
Baker, R. Balderrama,
Ballard, M. Barrett,
Bayley, M. Barzani,
Bergdahl, P. Berrie,
Bird, B. Bishop.
w 3: M. Blok,
Bonfighio, J. Bonnot,
Boos, P. Booth,
Booth, W. Boothe,
Bradley, C. Bruchman,
Buist, B. Bundick,
w 4: B. Burall,
Burgess, P. Caldwell,
Camarena, B. Campos,
Canales, M. Cantero,
Capizzi, B. Carlisle,
Carlisle, M. Carlson.
w 5: V. Carrillo,
Carson, G. Castaneda
Chambers, J. Chao,
Chao, N. Charbonneau
Cicone, D. Clark,
Clark, K. Clark.
w 6: S. Cleveland,
Coffey, J. Coker,
Colgan, C. Conner,
Cooley, O. Correll,
Craig, J. Crawford,
Curtis, F. Crus.
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Klasowskn B Kmbbs
Knowles S Knowlton
Kogelschatz F Krog
LaClaur D Lamb
Row ll I LaRoc e
Larson B Lauer
LaVogue G Leal
Leal M LePore
Lerma B Lewollen
Row 12 D Lin sey
Lovell L Lowe
Lucero R Lundgren
McCormnck J McGraw
Mcugh B Mclaln
Markowitz J Marshall
Rowl L Cyperl
Dahl L Data
Daubert J Delaney
Delgadullo V DePenta
Devlettu M Deskm
D C ons J Dvc y
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Dusabella K Duxon
Dodd O Domrnguez
Domlnsku A Dragon
Drake G Duggan
E es G Ex me
R J Elar
C Elbrader N Eassman
Ferandell B Findlay
G Fomenko J Forbes
Fowler R Franklen
Row 4 L Franzen
T Freeman T Fuentes
J Funkhouser B Gall
M Gamboa J Garcla
L Carcsa O Garlbay
K Garrett A Gasco
Row 5 J Gaspar
Gay R Goecks
Goecks B Grant
G Green S Guthrie
H e L Hall
Hansen R Hardy
Hart D Haun
Haupt K Hayes
Heath W Hem
Heredua J Hermvdo
Hernandez J Hess
Row 7 C Hes er
H man J Hull
Hockman S Hoffman
Home D Hubbard
Hughes M Hubert
Jacobs K James
Row 8 D Ja n
Jara R Jimenez
Jloras M John
Johnson L Johnson
Johnson S Johnson
Jones E Jonke
Row 9 M Kaemerer
Kane G Karlkos
Keene D Keith
Kendall G Kenner
Kepnro G Kung
Kurkbrlde R Klem
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Mackabee, N. Montania
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J. Moreno, G. Morris
T. Morris, G. Mowen,
Row 2: M. Mulino,
R. Muniz, B. Muniz,
R. Munoz, M. Myers,
X. Nagy, C. Nelson.
D. Nelson, W, Nelson,
Row 3: B. Newton,
V. Newton, J, Norris,
K. O'Ncal, J. Ortega,
R. Ortega, J. Packer,
J. P0lermO, S. Palmer,
Row 4: J. Pinne,
J. Plescia, 8. Plummer,
G. Pontoriero, R. Porazzo,
C. Potter, K. Prestel,
G. Quinortez, W. Raab,
Row 5: B. Rathe,
P. Reedy, M. Reilly,
E. Reyes, E. Reyes,
I.. Reyes, M. Riley,
J. Rivas, E. Rives, S. Rizzo.
Row 6: S. Rochte,
D. Rodriquez, C. Rodriquez,
D. Roe, M. Roman,
M, Rose, M. Ruiz,
L, Sacco, G. Saenz,
Row 7: D. Saldano,
R. Sanchez, W. Sanford,
B. Sauer, P. Scarpinc,
M. Schenk, S. Schier,
P. Schmidt, W. Schneider,
Row 8: J. Scholl,
M. Schwall, M. Sciaini,
D. Scott, P. Sehm,
C. Seibert, P. Shadrick,
P. Shibe, R. Shiffer,
Row 9: R. Silva,
C. Simmons, K. Smirnoff,
D. Smith, M. Solis,
G. Sparkman, F. Staud-
hammer, J. Stephens,
T. Stonecypher, K, Stradner
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W. Tennis, J. Testa, 6 U-, 3 1 .- .v ,N -T
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T. Thompson, R. Thorson, 'A - ' f I '
N. Torres, J. Tavar, . - - l' C. ., y- '
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BIG BOPPER Jim McSilvers makes with a wild beat.
This talented A-10 was iust one of the many reasons
why the class of Summer '62 claimed their class was the
Row 'lx N. Trethaway,
G. Trosper, M. Vaccari,
Y. Valencia, R. Van Burkleo,
V. Van Eyk, J. Van Meter,
D. Varela, P. Vasquez,
Row 2: R, Van Achen,
R. Voorhees, G. Wade,
L. Wade, C. Walker,
A. Wallace, G. Webber,
F. Weisler, D. While,
Row 3: M. Wilson,
N. Wilson, P. Wilson,
C. Wingo, C. Wise,
K. Wolfrank, C. Wright,
P. Wright, K. Yanz,
Row 4: C. Yurko,
w 'l Abbott
Aldahl F Argyle
Arriola R Baker
Baldino S Bayley
Bennett D Benoit
Row 2 L Burrell
Butler D Chance
Chermak F Clhler
Clenord G Clenard
Coca C Collins
o 3 K Co
Corsentino J Cox
Cox M Davis
Dawson J De Corse
DeLand D DeLoach
Row 4 M Drummond
Elliott L Evans
Farris S Feldman
Fitches D Fitches
Fogarty P Gabel
ow 5 S Garner
Gee L Gollob
Gomez R Gomez
Guerra M Haley
Hamilton M Harris
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. Allison, B. Boyd, R. Caldwell, A. Crider, G. Davis, E, Deacon, D. Delahunty
my J. DeSantis, E. Douglas, R. Ennis, D. Ennis, J. Gillum, R. Grambusch, G. Guggan
S Harbeston Harbeston S Hartzke C Hawthorne D Hayes J He er
ocera D J K D Kaluu N Kerr J McDonald B r
gart J Muniz R Nunez E OConnell M Rangel A Riela F Robles K Sche ert
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almmg for the top
BENIGHTED B 10 s, wandering aim
lessly didnt feel lost for long in
their first semester at Franklin ln
only five semesters they would be
Senior Ayes Oh loyful day
BEAMING B 10 s are officers ll rl Cheri Perez vice pres:
dent and Jae Navarro president They represented their
class in Leadership and all other a tivitnes
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t gf' J. Hi uera, D Holdredge,
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L x A 'L' , "" L A sf - D Holmes, K. Hughes,
T' ' ' jf i"' 7' " Y .f Q H Hunt, M. Hunter,
'M A 'xi' K K J". I , N il' f VI Q ii ii K- P Imandl, K Kacques.
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2 Q I' ' Row 2: E. Jones.
v . A 1 -if 'X A 5 Kinen, T, Keener,
6 AQ, 1 ' :xc N : ' 91" ' '2' es? S, Krisman, A. Kronnick,
gf, -" - X f J' 5 ' " J Lcssley, M. Latona,
ix . W . H C LQBIQJ, L. Lehlouse,
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Y A , -x Row 3: J, Leyvc,
5 A L I - ,G 94 -I : . V. Lockwood, A. Lopez.
' f' Q , : 1- t 5, i V, Lowther, G. McMahon,
xt- X ' 5 J MacDonald, C Macleod
-ix l '. Z.. P C, Maggard, D Manke,
7 ' . vi L. Martinez.
A I ' i Row 4: R. Mason,
A A 7,6 E. Matthews, S. Mazzotti,
', 3, X A . ,Tat -1' . f M Mersch, P. Miller,
f 3 ce R - H' - 'iw' . W' ' . it r. Miller G. Mitchell,
H-4 its i A , I, M. Moore, J. Morales,
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HX i X' A Row 5: O. Navarro,
Z ,l Q R. Nunez, R. Orlez,
- a- 3. , xr 4, 4' K .1 5 Z. Ounlian, G. Parker,
, v A. .Q ,, X- K ' .5 ' C. Perez, B. Pc-rry,
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v ' R J, Rodriquez, O. Romero,
2 ' f My , x v Rubio, C. mine,
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H , fray vw. 'Qi -b E. Sandoval, M. Shaw,
A .H k 2 N M N A X L. Smart.
-R i 7 t Row 7: A. Solomon,
M Q "' shi 5, stark, F. story,
. L- - Wk' A gf , , ,' ' L. Stowe, D. Stutson,
Q, - E. - J .f 1. rem, o, rife,
W , X .W g ,L , x - N. N ' it R. Todd, M. Tony,
C 3 A . lpirt vu AEL X -,QR K5 L. Varela.
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ki. iifff H Row 8: R. Villapondo, S, Waaler, E. Weaver, C. Wechtenhiser, R. White,
Q M. Youngberg.
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5 cl T 417 ' M. Acosta, R. Anderson, J, Arvedson, T. Barrett, D, Barrios, M. Beatty,
X L S L :.Ax,.,, B. Boyd, R. Caldwell, T. Caldwell, J, Carmona, V. Carmono, R. Carpenter,
A C. Chavez, C. Chrys, A. Colca, D. Crook, A, Cuellar,
E. Walker, W, Walker, L. Warner, R. Whisenant, J. Wilkinson, D. Yohe D. Zamora.
Pre-school minutes find Franklinis student populace at this main hall convergence center.
Dlsabellc, J. Doyle, L. Enfield, R. Ennis, M. Garcia, R. Garcia, O. Gar'bay, P. Gospard, P. Gezzi, V, Gregory, L. Grimm, R, Ha
A. Davis, G. Deeb,
milton, S. Hartzke,
E. Hernandez, C. Hcsser, J. Hirigovcn, R. Horan, J. lnkenbrandt, G. lrwin, M. Jain, S. Knowlton, W. Langford, P. Lazzcretto, R. Lil
McGee, D. McLean, R. Macias, R. Marder, C, Margosian, A. Marquex, L. Medez, J. Mone, S. Moody, S. Neggo, G. O'Lea, M. Ovalaisto, A4 Pefeli
A, Rickers, O. Romero, H. Ross, D. Sanchez, M. Schlickbernd, C. Smith, B. Soltero, l. Takatsui, D. Teague, R. Truiillo, B. Untug,A. Vickers,S. Vukovich,
tiquiest, R, Lomino,
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TAKING CHARGE of the activities and business of the BOYS' LEAGUE
last fall were these members of the cabinet. l-rl John Davis, Presi-
dent, Chuck Thacker, Vice-President, Neal Myers, Treasurer, Mr, Max
Shelley, Sponsor. 7
GUIDING GIRLS' LEAGUE were these pretty and pract'cal winter
cabinet members. Row I: fl-rl Janice Rives, Historian, Shir:
O'Lea, President, Elaine Gardner, Social Chairman. Row 2: Miss
Barbara Metcalf, Sponsor, Mrs. Hope Jeter, Sponsor, Susie
Vaughn, Treasurer, Terry Jackson, Cheerleader, Bonnie Miller
Leagues share in active semester
During the busy spring semester, two major activities are sponsored by the Girls
League Organization. The first, held at the beginning of the semester, is Franklins
annual Cake Baking Contest, and next, the fashionable Cotton Day tor the opening
of spring. The Cake Bake enables the League to raise money tor their scholarship
fund. The Cotton Day is a fun trolicking event where the students make their dresses
and shirts which entitle them to take part in the contest for King and Queen
GlRLS' LEAGUE REPRESENTATIVES from each second period class are chosen to inform the girls of the coming League events. Row T: ll-rl Lisa Broglia, Kris Yanz
Frances Vasquez, Linda Chew, Shirley O'Lea, Mary Fontan, Linda Ferandell, Pauline Booth, Carol Wrinkle. Row 2: Carol Wingo, Wanda Raab, Mary Jo Kervin
Luann Harper, Maxine Lucero, Sherry Hackman, Judy Fowler, Kathy Jones, Rosanne Dituri, Pam Shibe. Row 3: Jo Ann Danskin Sharon Honea Marvel Hendrix
Kathy King. Lynn Franzen, Elaine O'Connell, Jane De Metri, Rose Mary Munoz, Snundra Simon, Sue Krantz. Row 4: Barbara Diano, Susan Milford, Nancy Bartock
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RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FINE BOYS' LEAGUE assemblies of OVER THIRTY GIRLS were placed in various lines of busi-
the spring semester were these three active officers and ness during the l96O Girls' Week, by a select committee
sponsor, who unselfishly gave their time and effort to the headed by Elaine Gradner ill and assisted by Girls'
entire male population of Franklin ll-rl Mr. Max Shelly, League Prexy Judy Olsen,
Sponsor, Neil Myers, President, Tony Saxe, Secretary-
Treasurer, Paul Buzanski, Vice-President.
ANNUAL GIRLS' WEEK was accented with a touch of politics this year, as Joy
Lewallen, an active Senior A, was selected to take Councilman Hollands' seat in
government. Various others acted as Principals in neighboring schools. Trying
to fulfill every girls' wish as to where she would like to visit, the Committee made
assignments to hospitals, schools, industries, department stores, etc. They are to
be congratulated for a very successful and well organized iob.
C'.AlMlNG HONORS for a very successful semester are the busy maidens of League fame. Along with their two co-sponsors, Mrs.
Hope Jeter lleftl and Miss Barbara Metcalf lsecond from leftl the team of eight accomplished every goal they had set. ll-r after the
two sponsorsl Linda Miller and Jean Kelly, cheerleaders, Judy Olsen, President, Marge Miller, Historian, Susie Vaughn, Vice-President,
Bolls, Treasurer, Harriet Kohatsu, Secretary, Bonnie Miller, Social Chairman.
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BIG AND BRAWNY, BENDOM'S VARSITY LETTERMEN IS ONE OF THE CAMPUS'S NEWEST CLUBS. All- American Athletes are: Row I
ll-rl Jim Anderson, Ed Soule, Jim Choate, Paul Ferendell, Danny Howard, Mike Serisawa, Ben Warren, Jim Anderson. Row 2: John
Redgrave, Dennis Carlton, Jim Colby, Steve Voigt, Rick Weck, Tony Perez, Richard Beilke, Leon White
LA ESCUELA OFFERS TO THOSE INTERESTED IN SPANISH AND ARE
TAKING COURSES IN THE LANGUAGE, AN OPPORTUNITY OF JOINA
ING THE SPANISH CLUB. This organization offers fun and the
chance to render service to the school. Row T: ll-rl Nancey Mellen,
President, Phillis Lane, Secretary: Cecilia Sanchez, Social Chairman:
Marilyn Kramer, Vice President: Nancy Gross, Historian, Joyce Weiss,
Advisor, Barbara Diana, Treasurer, Sylvia Ann Terry. Row 2: Dorothy
Vela, Sylvia Baiseri, Diane Hoffman, Marion Bossinas, Jack Shiffer,
Mrs. Mary Koch, Sponsor. Row 3: Diana Jensen, Nancy Bartok,
Marie Garza, Cheyl Hesser, Margaret Deviette, Mariorie Schwall,
Alana Cordy, Mabzl Jenkins.
BARBEQUED STEAKS AT THE CLUB HOUSE HIGHLIGHT EACH SEMESTER'S ACTIVITIES FOR THE
ATHLEDELPHIANS. Those who wish to ioin this club must first attain the title of a Letterman. Row I:
ll-rl Jim Anderson, John Marshall, Sherrod Huff, Rod Kautz, Mike Masterman, Don Glasshoff. Row
2: Jim Oss Jim Baily, Danny Howard, Richard Rea, Rich Brayton, Ed Langford, Mr. Charles Hess, Row
3: Dennis Carlton, Richard Beilke, William Jay Schroder, Ben Warren, Sterling Foreman, Bob Pratt,
Lanny Couvillon, Mike Serisawa, Herb Noll, Curtis Gookin, Wayne Powell, Tony Perez, Paul Ferandell,
Clayton Mayes, Jim Choate.
CREAM OF THE CROP, THE HIGHEST-RANKED GIRLS CLUB AT FRANKLIN IS UNQUESTIONABLY GIRL'S COUNCIL. FROM SERV-
ICE TO SOCIALS, THESE ELITE UPPER CLASSMEN EXCELLED IN ALL OF THEIR ENDEAVORS. Row I: ll-rl Eva Castelum, Sue
Gastelum, Sue Barrett, Lynne Koubol, Evie Mitchell, Gerry Worlley, Sharon Honea, Sylfia Sylchak, Beryl Gregory. Row 2: Nancey
Mellen, Marilyn Kramer, Diane Martin, Donna Tate, Judy Hedexin, Marilyn Wicklitfe, Donna Walls, Phillis Lane, Larlyn Staten,
Ruth Frevik. Row 3: Shirley O'Lea, Josephfne Smith, Diane Jensen, Linda Pintarell, Marjorie Miller, Judy Olson, Gloria Campos,
Susan Peyton, Gerry Sullins, Elaine Gardner, Betty Brehm, Luann Harper. Row 4: Marie Garcia, Joyce Perino, Nancy Andrews,
Joyce Weiss, Pat Reed, Nancy Gross, Ann Stanley, Jean Kelly, Margie Sutphen, Carol Wilson, Phyllis Hall.
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SUPREME AND STALWART BENDOM'S KNIGHTS SERVED AS EVERYTHING FROM "HEAD HUNTING" TO HOMECOMING
ESCORTS. ONLY THE FINEST A-ll's, B-I2's, AND A-12's ARE ADMITTED. Row I: ll-rl Richard Brayton, Arthur Caballero,
Scott Neely, Ben Warren, Lester Ostrov. Row 2: Mr. Peter Clentzos, sponsor, George Huerta, Ken Furuya, Richard Salomon,
John Nordquist, Stan Friar, John Davis. Row 3: Bob Feldmeth, Dave Eccles, Dennis McCormack, Larry Cruzan, Steve
Strosser, Dennis Wallace, Leroy Baca, Gary Brink, Bob Brown.
MEN ABOUT TOWN, THE HI-HATTERS PROVIDED HALL
GUARDIANS AND LIL' CIVIC SPONSORSHIP IN ADDITION
TO THEIR USUAL SOCIAL ACTIVITIES: Row I: II-rl Bill
Althouse, Chris Tognetti, Ronald Morgan, George Morris.
Row 2: Bob Campos, Forrest Davis, Ed Soule, Tom Thomp-
son, Jack Shiffer, Mr, Clint R. Taylor, Row 3: Manuel
Cantero, Javier Meiia, Mike Laporie, Joe Palermo, Ed
Mathew, Mel Hubert, Bruce Bauer, Fred Dahl, Bill Hall.
AFFILIATED WITH KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL, THE KEY CLUB IS ONE OF FRANKLlN'S FINEST STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS.
members are: Row I: Il-rl Richard Rea, Richard Miller, Jeff Froehlich, Neil Shaver, John Davis, Bob Jones, Robert Reed, Gil Silva,
Sean O'Connell. Row 2: Patrick Henn, David Robbons, Vic Posadas, Jim Follis, Richard Barraza, Dan Daniels, Vic Depinto,
Paul Buzzanski, George Morris. Row 3: Clayton Cox, Jack Shitfer, Nick Carson, Joe Doe, Chuck Thacker, Sam Johnson, Bob
Shifter, Lewis Colgon, Ted Brodowski, Ken Watson, Mr. Ralph Mullen, Sponsor.
SLAVE SALES, BANQUET5, AND SERVICE TO THE SCHOOL WERE FEATURES OF THIS SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP, THE LATIN-
FRENCH CLUB. ROMANS AND PARISIANS ARE: Row 1: II-rl Harriet Kohtsu, Jean Ditter, Richard Miller, Julie Unfug, Sean
O'Connell, Gerry Sullins, Nancy Pomerenk, Sherry Petrie, Bob Johnson, Neil Shaver. Row 2: Jo Anne Coker, Renee Franklin,
Xenia Nagy, Carole Daigneault, Marilyn Carlson, Sharon Howie, Brenda Knibbs, Elaine O'Connell, Kris Ynez, Rosemary Tread-
well, Jeri Kliwer, Sharon Guthrie. Row 3: Marilyn Miller, Sandy Hoggman, Lynne Magie, Vera Rangel, Claudia Lycan, Robert
Thorson, George Wisegarver, Paul Curtis, Mr. L. Miller, Sponsor.
ACTUALLY ENJOYING SCIENCE, THESE ZEALOTS FORMED THE SCIENCE CLUB TO
THEY COULD HAVE SHARED SUCH ENTHUSIASM FOR CHEMISTRY, OR PHYSICS! Row
FURTHER THEIR PURSUIT. MANY STUDENTS WISHED
I: ll-rl Richard Miller, Robert Bauer, Sean O'Con-
nell, Jeff Froehlich, Mr. Bruce Belknap, Harley Fetrow, Row 2: Lee Stoudt, Mike Kaemerer, Carl Marsee, Larry Gilbertson, John R.
Helm, Jr., Ron Gardiner, Darlene Healy, Bruce Bundick, Rosmarie Thee, Chuck Thac
ENTHUSIASTS OF THE GAME, THESE MEMBERS OF CHESS CLUB DERIVE MUCH PLE
BUT BY MERELY PLAYING A MIND-STIMULATING GAME OF CHESS AT THEIR MEE
Zuzow, Norman Owen, President. Row 2: Bill Saffell, John Dickey, Harley Fetrow
3: Dennis Keen, Casey, Wright, Darlene Healy, Mr. Raul Aquire, Sponsor, Mike Kaem
ker, Judy Van Buskirk, Paul Buzanski.
ASURE FROM NOT ONLY THEIR TOURNAMENTS,
TINGS. Row I: II-rl James Syler, Jim Corig, Gary
, Fred Krog, Arthur Caballero, David Robbins. Row
erer, Dale Long, Jeff Burr, Howard Giles.
SETTING THE STANDARDS FOR FRANKLIN'S FE-
MALES ARE THE GIRLS OF THE BOARD OF STAND-
Row I: II-rl Sharon Honea, Peggy Gray, Pat
Stevens, Lydia Bcisere, Judy Moreno. Row 2: Cheryl
Hosser, Carol Weaver, Mrs. Elsa May Smith, spon-
or.g Kris Yanz, Chris Uribe.
GUARDING THE HEALTH AND SAEETY OF STU-
DENTS, ARE THE MEMBERS OF THE HEALTH
COMMISSION, This club has set up first aid teams
and has trained themselves for any emergencies
which might be encountered at school.
Row I: Il-rl Le Ora Cooley, Carol Simmons, Alice
Kane, Nanette Rea, Sylvia England, Xenia Nagy.
Row 2: Judy Hinman, Maria Avalcseti, Karen
Knudson, John J. Hale.
HELPING THE HELPLESS, THE MEMBERS OF THE
JUNIOR RED CROSS STRIVE TO RENDER AID TO
MANY LESS FORTUNATE THAN MOST.
Row I: Il-rl Mabel Jenkins, Margaret Devietti,
Ann Nelson, Ida Lo Roche, Linda Borisko, Jeanette
Boyer. Row 2: Barbara Bunken, Marilyn Kramer,
Diana Jensen, Charles Smith, Judy Eccles, Jeanette
Schock, Donna Scott.
SPEAKING THEIR MINDS WITHOUT INTOLERANCE, THESE MEMBERS OF YOUTH SPEAKS WORKED HARD TO PROMOTE BETTER UNDERSTANDING. lStanding: ll-rl
Terry Lindoerfer, Joyce Wiess, Margie Suphen, Elaine Reeves, Irene Askins, Judy Eccles, Bill Campbell, Mabel Woods, Dave Eccles. lSealed, Backzl Gloria Campos,
Cora Simmonds, Carolyn Hesser, Marge Miller, Pat Brosivich. lSeaIed, cenIer:I Judy Morgon, Teresa D'Amore, Janette Scott, Jeff Burr. lSealed frontzl Rosemarie
Thee, Mrs. Hope Jeter, sponsor, Anne Nelosn.
LOOKING AHEAD, AND IN HOPES OF BECOMING TEACHERS, ARE THE MEMBERS OF THE TEACHERS OF TOMORROW, COMMONLY KNOWN
AS THE T.O.T, FIELD
TRlPS AND SPEAKERS ADD TO THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF THE TRADE. Row 'l: ll-rl Lanny Couvillon, Barbara Diana, Diane Hoffman, Linda Brayton, Rosmarie Thee,
Harriet Kohatsu, Richard Beilke, George Thompson, Jonathan Pinne, Bob Smurlo. First T: Sue Lindelef, Yvonne Sylchak, Parli Duvall, Marion Bossinas, Nancy
Brower, Cheryl Hesser, Gayle Lueskow, Joni McDonald, Jackie Eyrich. The "O": Lucille Danna, Nancy Gross, Linda Sherwood, Kris Yanz, Judy Eccles, Doris Stark,
Linda Dufur, Sue Cleveland, Barbara Luer, Jean Pauley, Jane De Metri, Kalhy King, Cecilia Sanchez, Second "T": Kaylene Garrett, Lynn Franzen, Jeanette Schock,
Donna Scott, Terry Stevens, Jean Manke, Carol Weaver, Chris Uribe, Betty Mcdron.
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DOWN TO BUSINESS ARE THE GIRLS IN HOOK AND CURVE. ONLY THOSE WHO ARE BUSINESS MAJORS AND HAVE
EARNED SUFFICIENT CREDITS ARE ELIGIBLE TO JOIN. Row'l, left side of "H": Raeanna Taylor, Pat Doubert, Donna
Haun, Sandy Boos, Donna Keith, Pat Taylor, Claudia Price. Row 2, right side of "H": Yvonne Sylchak, Pauline Booth,
Carolyn Potter, Judy Fowler, Gloria Perez, Sue Lindelel. Row 3: Sonia Swaim, Karen James, linda Heath, Lucile Danna,
Lou Ann Zeugin,, Beth Hill, Kathy King. Sheila Anderson, Elizabeth Chermak, Joy Schleicher, Jackie Eyrich, "C": Miss
Doreen Minsberg, Sponsor, Sue Barrett, Linda Selletta, Judy Hedekin, Melissa Wright, Linda Pintarell, Charlotte Keith,
ACHING FEET BUT SMILING FACES ARE FAMILIAR TO ALL USHERETTES. THE "AISLE-LANDERSU ARE Row 1: ll-rl Barbara
Dole, Sherry Cook, Diane Husner, Andea Slotwinski, Sylvia Ann Terry, Carole Daigneaut, Virginia Garcia, Linda Heath,
Pauline Booth, Judy Fowler. Row 2: Elizabeth Chermak, Alice Robles, Janet Moore, Linda Sherwood, Nancy Gross, Pal
Brozovich, Sandy Baker, Renee Bill, Lynne Koukol, Marylin Miller, Suzan Acosta, Beverlee Tefft. Row 3: Patti Cavin, Connie
Testerman, Mandy Benn, Judi Moore, Joy Schleicher, Gloria Campos, Cora Simmonds, Julia Funkhouser, Carol Wilson,
Sylvia Baiseri, Shirley Ausenick, Barbara Moore. Row 4: Ma'iorie Schwall, Carol Wingo, Carol Wise, Raiean Adama, Pal
Lyster, Nancy lsenhour, Mr, Kenneth lmamura, Sponsor, Donna Keith, Sue Lindelef, Dorothy Dwela, Jean Kelley, Judy Moore,
RENDERING SERVICE TO THEIR SCHOOL THROUGH-
OUT THE YEAR, THESE GOOD FORM MEMBERS WERE
A CREDIT TO FRANKLIN. Row I: ll-rl Karen Naka-
gawa, Sylvia Ann Terry, Marie Garcia, Renee Bibb,
Carolyn Hesser. Row 2: Ann Stanley, Dianna Dunnica,
Audrey Van Dam, Joan Gladstone, Nancy Andrews,
Linda Marr, Bessie Cimarusti. Row 3: Margo Sandoval,
Betty Madron, Susan Burns, Barbara Dole, Mrs. Karen
Wynar, Sponsor, Donna Tate, Gwyne David, Sandy
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EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE B-IO GIRLS IS THIS SOCIAL CLUB, THE SOCIALITES. Row 'I: ll-rl Jo Anne Coker, Marilyn Miller, Jeri
Khiever, Billie Magill, Pam Shibe, Renee Franklin, Kathy Jones. Row 2: Freida Kirkbride, Judy Fowler, Pauline Booth, Yvonne
Sylchak, Raeanna Taylor, Donna Keith, Carole Seibert, Sue Lin Lindelef, Maxine Lucero. Row 3: Mrs. Elizabeth Walker, Sponsor,
Miss Ruth Levinsky, Sponsor, Sherry Hockman, Nancy Trethaway, Brenda Knibbs, Dwala White, Dorothy Jioras, Xenia Nagy,
Sharon Guthrie, Linda Ferandell.
COPPING THE AWARD FOR THE MOST OUTSTANDING LIL' CIVIC LAST FALL, WERE THESE MEMBERS OF THE BENNETTES, Row
I: ll-rl Laurel Nelson, Sergeant-at-Arms, Joy Peters, Secretary, Jerry Hartzke, Vice-President, Darlene Reed, President, Susie
Vaughn, Social Chairman, Chris Bolls, Treasurer, Charlotte Keith, Historian, Marge Miller, Row 2: Phillis Lane, Sue Barrett,
Peggy Gray, Janene Bailey, Shirley O'Lea, Janice Moore, Diane Martin, Jean Ditter, Bonnie Miller, Sue Pomerenk. Row 3:
Fran Lapham, Cecilia Sanchez, Terry Colson, Sharon Honea, Maralee Zimmerman, Claudia Price, Jean Kelly, Mary Jo Kervin, Linda
Pintarell, Lil Gramont, Billie Watkins, Judy Van Buskirk,
Above: ll-rl James Fincher, Howard Brown, Mr. Ivor Kranlz, Richard Suazo,
Garden Balla, Don Beverage.
Right. ll-rl Bruce Wakefield Les lNads, Bob Slade Anthony Shearer
IARY WATCHERS TAKE PREVENTIVE MEASURES
D INSURE STUDENT SAFETY. MEMBERS OF THE
AFTY COUNCIL ARE. Row 'l: ll-rl Molly Lepo,
iana Jenkins, Mable Jenkins. Row 2: Mr. Edward
loroney, sponsor, Gloria Perez, Judy Moreno,
.arilyn Kramer, Arlene Kampl.
ROLLING THE PRESSES whenever
there is a printing fob to be done is
the work of the boys in the PRINT
SHOP. Franklin is one of the few
fortunate schools in Los Angeles to
have its own printing equipment.
Among the orders filled by these
qualified students are those for the
Franklin Press, football programs,
WORKING IN THE DARK THE PROJECTION CREW BOYS BRING LEARN- MIKES AND BOOMS CONSTITUTE PART OF THE APPARTUS USED BY
ING AND ENTERTAINMENT THROUGH FILMS. Row I: ll-rl Herb Dearth, SOUND CREW. ll-rl Eddie Lopez, Mr, William Crary, sponsor, Don
Mike Lepore, Joe Palermo, Tim While, Richard Starks. Row 2: Mr. Robert Barnard, Monty Grant, Gorman Dyslhe, Bill Hiles, Richard McClellan,
Naismith, sponsor, Al Dragoon, Harley Fetlow, Scott Baldwin, Bill Hall. Richard Schock, Jack Peere, Bill Markham, Doug Markham, Byron Barber,
Row 3: Lanny Talbott, Howie Huang, Roger Shriver, Gary Hamman, Bob Aleshire, Edward Mann, Gordon Decker, Robert Bauer lProieclion
Barry Kaiser, Owen Smith, Jimmie Cossano. Managerl.
BEHIND THE SCENES THE STAGE CREW WORKS TO MAKE FRANKLINS ASSEMBLIES THE BEST IN THE
CITY: lRow I: ll-rl Mike Pfeiller, Leland Cypeat, Mr. Allan Sherry, sponsor, Vern Nelson, Sambo
Burgess, Christopher Tognetti, Row 2: John Youngberg, Alphonso Amescua, Allen Jacobs, John
Chuck, Stage Manager Bobby Aquire Trevizo.
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BAND: Row l: ll-rl Bob Moore, Bill Hein, Sam Paz, Monty Grant, Walt Nieber, Melissa Wright, Wayne Duff, Nancy Gross, Bill Tennis, Marilyn Monroe, Bob Grant,
Roger Maes, Casey Wright, Ken Myake, Marsha Hall, Juanita Hidalgo, Diane Cole. Row 2: Phil Calenline, Jack London, Guy Gifford, Gary Hamman, Bill Peterson,
Phil Stevens, Charles Thacker, Butch VValdon, Mr. James Mack, Director, John Marshall, Ted Brodowski, Jim Norris, Richard Villapando, Dan Brayton, John Rytych,
Phil Yurgalevicz, Fred Dowle, Terry Morris. Not shown: Gary White, Neal Haworth, Bill Althouse, Paul Buzanski, Vince Bruno, Bill Carson, Vic Kostrukoff, Chad
Charlton, Mary Vaccori, Becky Graham.
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AMONG THE APPEARANCES of Franklin's own dance band,
led by Mr, James Mack, was a benefit performance for the
Red Cross as they played lor students at a noon dance activ-
ity this year.
ORCHESTRAz Row 'l: ll-rl Mr, James Mack, Director, Rosemary Sandoval, Sylvia Sandoval, Juanita Hidalgo, Marsha Hall, Linetta MacPhetridge, Arthur Caballero,
Row 2: Fred Dowle, Philip Yurgalevic, Paul Buzanski, James Davis, Beryl Gregory, Philip Calentine, Dan Brayton, Mary Leonard. Row 3: Ann Stanley, Sylvia
England, Terry Morris, Betty Madron, John Marshall, Gary White, Bob Bonham, Ralph Chew, Jim Whitocre, Neal Haworth, Al Hass, Vic Kostrulnoff, Bill Althouse,
Jack London lsludent leaderl.
BEVY OF BEAUTIES surrounding director Mr. Don Gustafson
are his GLEE CLUB OFFICERS. Left to right: Bertha Perez,
Treasurerg Martha Youngberg, Vice President, Arlen: Wallacep
Billie Magill, Secretary.
TERRIFIC TONE, beautiful balance, and good close
harmony combined in making Franklins' ACAPPELLA
CHOIR great. Also adding to the prestige of Ben-
doms' choral music was the Girls' Glee Club-a
training ground for female vocalists. Between them,
these two groups, directed by Mr. Don Gustafson,
proved that "culture can be fun."
"G IS FOR GREAT," claimed the WINTER GIRLS' GLEE CLUB,
Row 1, Left to right: Jo Freddy, Judy Moore, Mariorie Shrack,
Nancy Trethaway, Judy Barmore, Dora Dee Stansauk, Jeanne
Teene, Pat Seura, Sharon Vignes, Nancy Hayes, Sandy Marsh,
Kay Smith, Mcrgaret Warren, Janice Searl, Virginia Garcia,
Judy Walters, Chris Bolls, Linda Hall, Bernice Schouten. Out-
side row: Mr. Don Gustafson, director, Alice Robles, Margie
Alvarado, Bertha Perez, Ruth Ellen Pruett, Gaby Jullien, Lora
Lee Stansauk, Dorothy Butcher, Sue Robertson, Rita Silva,
Dottie Hasenfratz, Orlene Gottardi, Julie McWilliams, Rachel
R. Wollam, Delia Fernandez, Jo Ann Elardo, Lupe Alvarado,
Dorothy Smith. Inside row: Dolores Peters, Leah Farley, Caroe
Iyn Hesser, Barbara Keithly. Inside row 2: Chris Uribe, Lydia
Baiseri, Pat Stevens, Alene Wallace.
Musicians Make Merry Melodies
WINTER CHOIR: Center front: ll-rl Pat Reed, Secretary, Scott Neely, President, Mr. Donald Gustafson, Conductor, Gary Kassel, Vice-
President, George Huerta, Treasurer. Center: Ccrol Granados, Anne Damiano, Judy Hedekin, Diane Marlin, Miki Astello, Lucile Danna,
Barbara Van Tassel. Left inside row: Muriel Giletta, Babs Strasser, Ruth Frevik, Nancy Bartok, Merlene Johnson, Jeanne Curry, Virginia
Nielson, Linda Hart, Miki Stinson, Kathy Edler, Terry Richter, Claudia Price, Linda Keller, Lucinda Johnson, Linda Sherwood, Pat Stuart,
Gwyne David, Landra Farley, Mary Spradley, Judy Burns, Susan Vaughn. Left outside row: Susy Brown, Linda Marr, Phyllis Hall, Nancy
lisenkour, Richard Miller, Ben Warren, Earl Clibborn, Bob Young, Reiny Klein, Richard Jioras, John Nordquist, Forrest Davis, Jim Talley,
Norman Owen, Marvin Goecks, Dave Eccles, John Bivens, Dennis Szhneider, Jesse Payen, Terry Lindoerfer, Kathy Houston, Jean Ditter,
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From the "Natives' Return"
To the rune-scribbling scribe
These ACTIVITIES have added
To the glory of the tribe.
There are native tribal dances
Ballerinas Wearing tights
Madcap mimickers make merry
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HER MAJESTY, NANCY MELLEN, Fourth Queen
of Homecoming Festivities at Franklin. Trium-
phant over 75 homecoming candidates,
Many weeks of eager anticipation were cli'
maxed on October 23rd, when Nancy Mellen,
wearing the Traditional Queen's robe and carry-
ing a bouquet of red roses, was crowned by
football co-captains Steve Voigt and Richard
Brayton as Franklin's V759 Homecoming Queen.
A regal Tribute to the court and to the crowds
was the victorious varsity football game with
Eagle Rock at the Pasadena Rose Bowl.
Homecoming ...... . Return of the Natives
Homecoming Chairman Richard Solomon crowns Queen Nancy Mellen while fiive-year old Debbie Shulze bears the weight of regal robes. Standing serenely
behind are: Princesses Joy Lewallen, Sandy Baker, Shirley O'Leo, Joy Peters, Judy Hinman, Elaine Kirkbride, and their Knights escorts Steve Strausser, John
Nordquist, Larry Cruzan, Scott Neely, John Davis, and Senior Aye Prexy Leroy Baca.
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ESPECIALLY ENJOYING this gymnastic feat is the
gal on the top of the heap, radiant Sherry Brink.
Weight-litters of the center row are ll-rl Darlene
Reed, Eva Gastelum, and Charlotte Keith. Support-
ing the troupe are: Shirley O'l.ea, Margie Miller,
Sue Vaughn and Diane Martin,
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SHOWlNG THEIR SKILL in such matters, Card Section Row Chairmen display a new phase of game
spirit: ll-rl Mike Astello, Mike Barret, Vera Rongel, Judy Eccles, Carole Winkle, Jeane Manke, Gloria
Perez, Carol Weaver, Sora Cheche, Sandra Simon, Mike Pymm.
DISPLAYING the vim and vigor with which they
decorated the stands for our games, are our super-
energetic RALLY COMMITTEE. Reclining: Muriel
Giletta. Row 'lz ll-rl Nancy Hayes, Lil Gramont,
Sue Barrett and George Huerta, Bork row: Carol
Granada, Kathy Mulligan, Nancy Mellen and Becky
Sanchez. Standing is Head Yell Leader Mike Pymm.
Lapping up the punishment of work-
ing out all hours in the blistering
gales of the severe California Fall
and having the nerve to displaytheir
skills before wildly enthusiastic yet
fault finding crowds, were some of
the many accomplishments of Mrs.
Margaret Kings' perfect precision
group. Many were the weeks that
the girls drilled under "merciless
taskmasters," but the final product
was well worth the initial effort.
When the blue-and-buff strutted
downfield, somehow, always to the
"March of The Vikings," Franklin
Alumni knew once again the Pan-
ther Drill Team was the best.
The smiling Drill Team taskmasters are Coecaptainsg Geri Worley and Jo Smith, President, Louise
House, Secretary, Beth Hill, Vice President, Judy Hedekin, Treasurer, Jo Ann Danskin and
Historian, Sylvia Sylchak.
On For Franklin
DRILL TEAM, Front: CoACaptains Geri Worley and Jo Smith. Row l: Linda Marr, Nancy Andrews, Barbara Dole, Mary Jo Kervin, linda
Sherwood, Betty Brern, Marylyn Wicklift, Carole Daigneault, Noralee Griswold. Row 2: Terry Jackson, Gwyne David, Carole Wilson,
Elsie Ann Potter, Mayilyn Cramer, Julie Untug, Elaine Gardner, Jean Kelley, Claudia Price. Row 3: Nancy Bartok, Sharon Gagliano,
Charlene Hatcher, Elaine Reeves, Anne Lessiak, Barbara Strasser, Terry Richter, Pat Reed, Audrey Van Dam. Row 4: Lynne Koukol, Beryl
Gregory, Ruth Frevik, Arlene Hatcher, Peggy Gray, Linda Miller, Louise House, Joy Peters, Carol Suttliff. Row 5: Judy Hedekin, Harriet
Kohatsu, Margo Sandoval, Ande Slotivinski, Muriel McLean, Jean Ditter, Mary Distarce, Wanda Hale, Donna Walls, Yvone Fersik. Row
6: Cris Bolls, Phillis Lane, Betsy Dent, Virginia Chinn, Lillian Ericson, Carolyn Scott, Donna Lewis, Linda Pintarell, Barbara Diethly.
Row 7: Bonnie Miller, Annette Girard, Paula Cope, Karen Spencer, Billie Watkins, Sandra Aldahl, Barbara Kartz, Janice Moore, Caro-
lyr. Hesser. Row 8: Jo Ann Danskin, Sylvia Sylchak, Janice Rives, Cora Simmonds, Sue Barrett, Judy Oliver, Joy Lewallen, Sue Manzer,
Beth Hill and Bessie Cimarusti.
Hundreds of active Panthers through the course ot the school
year enioyed for a paltry sum, our many Sports Nights.
Eagerly they filed to the Girl's Gym, anxiously they pro-
duced the admittance fee, then quickly proceeded to par-
ticipate in volleyball, checkers, bingo, pool, chess, ping-
pong, or bowling. When everyone finally tired of such activ-
ities, the lights were dimmed and the evenings ended with
POPULAR LINDA FERANDELL proceeds to let hand
some Bob Collins trounce her in an intellectual
game of checkers, cs other devotees of the qame
stage their own battle of wits.
Tom Hanson and Lanny Couvillon absolutely astound all
on-lookers with their high degree of manual dexterity.
Too bod they missed them all!
The seemingly social outcast is Claude Doty, who amuses
himself as best he can while his buddies flower right
hand cornerj seem engrossed in more worthwhile pursuits.
'fe Local pool sharks try their hand at an intricate aarne
while their numerous admirers look on
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The Sociable Type
SMILING lfor oncell Mr, Williom Worden,
Sponsor of the Winter Lil' Civic Committee, is
flanked by members ll-rl Scott Neely, Phyllis
Holl, Lindo Morr, and Richard Rec.
Lei-clod Scott Neely, helped by Phyllis Holl, Charlotte Keith tenderly ploces o lei over Jim
heaps loads of goodies on one of the lucky Bailey s heed cs other Fronklin students ottempt
wmners of the mony tobulous door prizes at to corner the spotlight,
Islond in the Seo, the first Lil Civic of the
Famous all over the city for our outstanding
monthly school dances, and iustly proud of
this, the entire student body continuously
gives its wholeheorted support to the effort
of having each new civic eclipse all pre-
ceding ones in both beauty and enjoyment.
That this always occurs is a tribute to the
magical combination of top name bands,
enthusiastic sponsoring clubs, energetic Lil'
Civic Committees and alert supervisors who
unfalteringly provide for appropriate theme
decor and combine to add one more happy
memory to the storehouse of F ra n k l i n
Two extremes in social dancing which are equally enjoyed by Franklin
undergraduates are shown here in the slow Fax-Trot and the Corrido
Rock whose popularity has never waned at Franklin.
ENJOYING A MOMENTARY RESPITE from their task
e grinning Ll Civic Summer Committee memb s
llrl Mr William Warden sponsor Larry Cruzon
Phyllis Hall Mike Finkenbinder and Pat Stevens
Everyone in this happy group picture is merrily enioying himself, wi h
the possible exception ol Charlie Cangilose, who seems to have come
out on the short end of a joke.
Below: Caught in the last minute rush of decorating tor the 'Dreams-
ville" Civic, are the members ol Girls' Council, Key Club and Teachers
OVER-JOYED MARY CASWELL AWARD WINNERS. Row I: ll-rl Margie
Sutphen, Joy Lewallen, Phyllis Hall. Row 2: Melissa Wright, Donna
Walls, Diana Jensen, Louise House, Pat Reed. Each received monthly,
a ten-dollar check as incentive to continue her outstanding accomplish-
ments at Franklin.
IMPROVING INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS are these foreigners on our
campus. GLORIA CAMPOS llefll as a one year Foreign Exchange
Student ,from Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, Helen Chao, a newcomer from
China, and Julien Gaby, a recent resident of Holland.
Important Individuals Garner Glory
INSTRUCTOR KATHERINE REIS supervises some
outstanding members of Modern Dance. Inter'
preting some classic emotions are Row 'lc ll-rl
Pam Marvel, Bonnie Patterson, Darlene Reed,
Connie Garcia. Row 2: Peggy Johnson, Barbara
Van Tassel, Sally Renfrce,
HAPPY SCHOLARS smile ave rawards. Ken Furuya lleftl
and John Davis won National Merit Scholarship recog-
nition, as well as student body office. Charles Thacker
lthird from leftl and Norman Owen were among the
top onevhalf ot one percent in the United States to
reach the finals in this scholarship race. These two
also placed in the Bank of America Achievement
Awards program, with Norm going on to take second
in the city.
RADIATING ENTHUSIASM as they look over a new number
are Student Director of Choir, Linda Marr, lleftl and
accompanist Kathy Huston. Linda also won the Ned
Tharpe Award given every semester to the "Most-lnspira-
THE ROBINETTES, Beridams beautiful All City Girls Quar-
tet, break lorth in merry melody lwith harmonyl wher-
ever they are. ll-rl Diane Martin, Landra Farley, Jean
Ditter, and Judy Burns.
Unpictured, but not unrecognized, are such out-
standing individuals as: Philip Yurgalevicz-first
place for his interpretation of "King Lear" in the
Shakespeare Festival. Diana Jensen-whose ora-
torical success carried her through the club, zone
and regional Speech Contest. Lucinda Johnson
and Judy Olson-Bank of America Achievement
Awards. Tony Saxe-National Scholastic Award
in ceramics. Outstanding scholarships were also
awarded Herb Noll, Les Ostrov, Pat Stevens,
George Morris, Cynthia Weichel, Dan Smith and
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INTRODUCIIG THE ZANY ALMANAC STAFF are Editor Jerry Hartzke II HJ and Advisor M ss Faye Van Ro ke Row I Carole Maurano Mery Jo Kervin Row 2
rolhy DeMnth, Judy Van Nelda, Don Glasshoff, Dave Olsen, Ann Lessiak ric san or 0 u y V n us r rm an Row 3 Helen Gibson
oria Perez Shirley O Lea, Vera Rangel, Lanny Couvillon, Louis Ouirarte Marie Garza cl Foy Myus
Igniting element of the l96O ALMANAC
was ADVISOR MISS FAYE VAN ROEKEL,
who never asked more of her students than
she was willing to do herself. Whipping
the entne statfinto a state ot henzy as
the deadline neared, she nevertheless had
time to see that everything was done well,
and done right.
BLISSFULLY BROWSING THROUGH otni-i YIUV book-. and
,wondering new ways 'O fxcefll are AIMANAC Coeaitars
Cf,-fry Harrzlrif tligtti f:"c lfiiry Crazan
SCRIBES, iournalists, "Pressmen" . . .
whatever you called them, they were
great. Cnce again the Press bowled over
its competition throughout Southern Cali-
fornia, as they swept to victory in vari-
ous contests. The underlying efficiency
that produced an outstanding paper
every Friday was creditably due to Mr.
Jerry Weiner, the journalistic genius who
headed the group.
EDITORIAL STAFF Row 'l tl rl Betty Madron Herb Noll Elaine Reeves Joyce
Weiss Mike Gates Row 2 Gerry Sullins Richard Brayton Larry Cruzan Dan
Smith Barbara Moore Les Ostrov Diana Jensen Clayton Mayes Marie Garco
Scribes Bring Honor to Franklin
Prestige-laden Press editors led Franklin throughout the
year, keeping up the consistently high standard of journ-
alism far which Franklin is famous. Smiling Linda Savelle
led the Winter Press, while serious tat least for this
picturel Dan Smith was her Summer successor.
JOURNALISM 2, FALL: Row 1: ll-rl Shirley O'Zea, Judy Hinman, Audry Van Dam, Betty Madron, Dave Eccles, Linda Savelle, Diane Housner, Alena Kazda, Sally
Rentroe, Elaine Reeves, Margie Sutphen. Row 2: Pam Marvel, Barbara Moore, Karen Nakagawa, Susan Peyton, Gerry Sullins, Marie Garcia, Sue Manzer, Donna
Walls, Mandy Benn, Diana Jensen, Joyce Weiss, Mike Gates. Row 3: Danny Howard, Richard Brayton, Don Glasshotf Lester Ostrov, Richard Solomon, Mike
Serisawa, Sherrof Huff, Danny La Borie, Frank Pickett, Keith Stepro, Anne Schoettl, Viki Marshall, Pat Stevens. Row 4: Larry Cruzan, Clayton Mayes, Herb Noll,
Rolando Gonzales, Dan Smith, Ricardo Miniares, Arthur Zepeda, Loren Steele, Dave Degenkolb, John Fernsler, Gary Brink, Jim Colby, Steve Voight, and Mr. Jerry
PLAQUE AWARD WINNERS for various outstanding
achievements in Journalism are: ll-rl Jim Colby,
Sports Writing, Dave Degenkolb, Photography: Ma-
rie Garcia, News Editing, Pot Stevens, Features: Joy
Lewallen, Best Journalism I Student, Pam Marvel,
Best Editorial, and Gerry Sullins, Special Award.
JOURNALISM 1: Row 'la Dianne Farmer, Luann
Harper, Chris Bolls, Bonnie Miller, Paula Cope,
Muriel McLean, Karen Knudson. Row 2: Diane Barry,
Diane Cole, Linda Mortenson, Maralee Zimmerman,
Elaine Gardner, Dee Lazaretto, Mabel Jenkins, Joy
Lewallen. Row 3: Jerry Weiner, Sponsor: Phyllis
Lane, Jim Choate, Lanny Couvillon, Mike Kerr,
Howard Giles, Bill Pollard, Connie Testerman, Mar-
porie Shwall. Row 4: John Zamzow, Wayne Pow-
ell, Mike Masterman, Claude Doty, George Thomp-
son, Lewis Colgan, Ron Maxon, and Jonathan
JOURNALISM ll, SPRING: Row lr Alena Kazaa, Sue Manzer, Marie Garcia,
Benn, Diane Cole, Judy Weiss, Elaine Reeves, Margie Sutphen, Diana Jenson,
Sponsor, Jonathan Pinne, Mike Kerr, Mariorie Schwall, Bonnie Miller, Chris
Pam Marvel, Evie Mitchell, Joyce Weiss, Janet Nese, Beverlee Teftt, Barbara
Frank Pickett, John Zomzow, Dick Brayton, Clayton Mayes, Herb Noll, Mike ,
Claude Doty, Keith Stepro, Art Zepeda, Dan Smith, Dave Degenkolb, Lester Ostro v, Wayne Powell, Lewis Colgan,
Mike Gates, Gerry Sulling, Audry Van Dam, Betty Madron, Shirley O'Lea, Mandy
Carolyn Scott, Janice Rives, Joy Lewallen, Karen Knudson, Row 2: Mr. Jerry Weiner,
Bolls, Murial Mclean, Elaine Gardner, Linda Mortensen, Dee Lazzaretto, Pat Stevens
Moore, Mary Sprodley, Danny Howard, Jett Burr. Row 3: Sherrof Huff, Loren Steele
Serisawa, Larry Cruzan, Richard Hubinger, Jim Colby, Richard Nemec, Don Glasshoff
DRAMA AWARD WINNERS ll-rl DRAMA SKIT played by Tom Hanson and Bob Bean
Bob Bean, Maryann Lo Bianco.
Madcap Mimickers Mock Misery
This year's drama classes produced many fine actors to entertain Bendom during as-
semblies and noon activities. Many of these drama students carried Franklin's name
into Contests and Tournaments throughout the city. Repeatedly during the past year,
Drama Teacher Marjorie Gillin, brought shy Drama l students up out of their chairs
and onto the stage to become regular stage "Hams." All young "Actors and Ac-
tresses" who have ever had Mrs. Gillin as an instructor will attest that she is a great
Tripping the light fantastic are trio of Mike Pymm, ll-rl Maryann LoBianco, and George Huertag while "Mister" Bob Bean
and "Mrs." Margaret Evans wink knowingly, Sean O'Connell and Roberta Jones, .lo Smith and Joe D'Amico, are en-
grossed in each other-so Howie Huang, Bob Pratt, and Gary Cavaness are despondent. Glowering Mrs. Mariorie Gillin
glares at disrespectful activities as Manuel Cantero waits in line for the hangman's noose Jack Shiffer is using, Big Bang
Bonger is Eddie Mann, assisted by gong holder Ronald Lindsay, Lance Gross, Peggy Gray, Marilyn Colson, and Victor
Schiro admire techniques of Eva Gastelum and Tom Hanson.
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, Wayne Schneider, Bill Hites. Row 2: John Youngberg, Sallie Shearer, Glenda Reilly, Yvonne Sylchak, Judy Wiess, Jerry Trosper, Jim
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MISGT. CHARLES CRAVEN caught in the act
of fiendishly spying on his cadets.
When a Franklin student enrolls in our ROTC program he receives
invaluable training that will serve him well in later life. The
extensive training involves such subiects as military organization,
courtesies, customs, rules of conduct to drill command, weapons,
markmanship and small unit tactics. Should a cadet take full
advantage of all the training and knowledge offered he will
indeed be ready to advance rapidly as he becomes a member of
our armed services.
Franklirfs Outstanding ROTC
ROTC COED STAFF, WINTER: Jesse R. Payen,
Pat Reed, Ronald Morgan, Mary Distarce,
Bill Althouse, Donna Walls, Paul Buzanski,
Nancy Andrews, Neil Shaver, and Linda
ROTC COED STAFF, SUMMER: Beryl Greg-
ory, Paul Buzanski, Julie Unfug, Neil Shaver,
Pam Marvel, Robert Solano, Gloria Campos,
Thomas Catherall, Carol Wilson, William
Among the many ROTC social activities in
which the cadets participate, the most nota
ble and enioyable is lhe ROTC Military Ball
OUTSTANDING IN MILITARY
KNOWLEDGE and scholastic
achievements was BILL ALT-
HOUSE, former Celestrial Ephe-
bian and ROTC Lieutenant Col.
DRILL TEAM: Row I: Tom Catherall, Richard Suazo, Joe Van Meter, Richard Keriro, David Markowitz,
Robert Solano. Row 2: Jack Shiffer, Robert Suazo, Domingo Saltana, Bob Shifter. Row 3: Frank Pickett,
Lewis Colgan, Jim Syler, William Cash, David Melvin,
A COMPANY: Row I: Mike Pfeiffer, Mike Reilly, Richard Ballard, "Howie" Huang, Mike Luciano, Paul Buzanski, Anthony Regalado, Ed Matthews, Bob Campos,
Eddie Baker. Row 2: Don De Fazio, Bob Shiffer, Mike Kaemerer, Patrick Lerma, Dennis Keen, Richard Keprio, Frank Robles, Richard Suazo, Bruce Bundick, Charlie
Yurko. Row 3: David Markowitz, Luis Flores, James Colgan, Richard Miller, John Youngberg, Frank Pickett, Richard McClellan, Charles Maggard, Gonzalo Castaneda.
B COMPANY: Row 'lz Jack Shiffer, Robert Suazo, Steve Rochte, William Cash, Neil Shaver, Neal Myers, Domingo Saldana, George Wisegarver, Tim Stonecypher,
John Hjelm, Wayne Luke. Row 2: Joe Loose, Anthony Fuente, Roger Shriver, Larry Ruiz, John Dickey, Stephen Karrasch, Robert Dodd, Jim Follis, Lewis Honick,
Bill McKinnin, Row 3: Tom Catherall, Edmundo Lopez, Oscar Fuentes, Jim Syler, David Melvin, David Haupt, John Elam, Steven Johnson, Wayne Asborn, Robert
Solana, Salvador Altamirano.
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Swifter than the cheetah
arther than gazelles
tronger than the lrons
Fascinating all the Belles
Are the athletes of the Congo
Winning excellent reports
For surpassing all the Franklin foes
In one of many SPORTS
ALL-LEAGUE ALLEN JACOBS shows top
running form from his fullback spot.
Allen "Bulled" his way through the op'
positions rugged lines to accumulate 56
points and take top awards in the North-
ern League scoring. Jacobs also gathered
up 693 yards in the League race.
SENIOR ATHLETE STEVE VOIGT is pictured above at but one of his
specialties. Steve passed, kicked, and scampered his way into the
spotlight all through the '59 football season to come up with
the greatest of his awards, for Steve was also elected to the Helm's
the greatest of his awards for Steve was also elected to the Helm's
All-City second team to break Franklin's all-city player draught.
Steve also capped top honors in the league for total yards rushing
by mounting up i278 yards in five games.
FIVE FOOT SIX INCHES OF
POWERHOUSE would best de-
scribe Franklin's ace kicker Joe
D'Amico. Joe was the varsity
elevens defensive line-backer
who roughed up many a stray
opposing ball carrier that had
stolen through the Ben line.
Glridders Cop Crown in Wave of Glory
Franklin High School's varsity grid squad finished out the '59 season with a tri-
umphant record of 4 wins-I loss, to gain the "Northern League Crown," for the
first time since l948. Coach Spraker started out the season with a group of some
seventy green, inexperienced athletes who by mid-season shaped into the Polar
League's best organized iuggernaut. The Ben's blazed through game after game
always looking forward to the next game, never living on the glory of the last
victory. Franklin's great season of victory was topped off by placing Steve Voigt
lNorthern League, "Player of the Year"l and Jim Colby on the Helm's second
All-City roster. In Coach Spraker's words, "This is one of the greatest, hardest
fighting teams l've ever coached."
LANCE GROSS, Right halt-back MIKE MASTERMAN, Lett Tackle JIM COLBY, Right tackle ALLEN JACOBS, Fullback
Second Team "All Northern League" Second team "All Northern League' First team, All Northern League," and First string "All Northern League
second team "Helms AllACity Teams."
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STEVE VOIGT, with moss of blockers in front of him, rambies on for another of his famous iaunts
as he goes for a first down in the Reseda game.
HALF-TIME BRINGS ANOTHER OF
COACH GUS CFOGHORNI SPRA-
KERS' midgame pep talks, Spraker
brought his fighting eleven from
behind in many ci game to come
out with thc victor s crown.
PREPARED FOR ACTION are the Varsity first string line as they await the snap of the ball. left to right: Gary Kassel, Jim Colby, Floyd Jessee, John Cook, Ed
Langford, Mike Masterman, and Claude Doty.
Coach Roland "Gus" Spraker, head varsity coach, suc-
cessfully finished out his first season as Varsity gridiron J
mentor. Coach Spraker was greatly aided by Line Coach
Alex Morrison. This duet shared the teams hardships and
heartaches during a loss, and shared the joy of a victory.
The team awarded both coaches trophies after the season
was completed as a token of their appreciation for the
great aid that was given them. i
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1. Wilson sr,,..,,,,.,,,,, 26 - 20 .s,,s,.,,,,,,, Franklin GUS SPRAKER Alex Monmsorq
2. Glendale ,,,,..,,,,.,,. 6 - 19 ,,,,,,,,.,.... Franklin Head Coach line C0001
3. Hollywood ,.....,.,, 21 E 16 s,,,,,, ,,,,,, F ranklin
4. Eagle Rock .......... 7 1 13 ..,..,s,,,,,,, Franklin
5. Marshall ..... ...... 1 2 - 19 .,,s,,s,.,,,,, Franklin
6. l.inclon ,,,,,,....,.,,.. 18 - 12 ,,,,,, , ,,,,, Franklin
7. Belmont ,......,.,,,,,,, 6 -- 13 ,........,,... Franklin
8. Verdugo Hills ...... 7 - 13 .............. Franklin
9. 'Reseda ...........,.... 15 - O .....,. ..... F ranklin
' Denotes City Semi-final Playoffs
VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD: Row 1: ll-rl Tom Hanson, Steve Voigt, Kurt Hardy, Ed Langford, John Cook, Jim Colby, Mike Masterman, Claude Doty, Floyd
Jesse, Allen Jacobs. Row 2: Dennis Prestel, Mike Oieda, George Chamberlain, David Pitz, Clayton Mayes, Joe D'Amico, Rudy Geck, Jim Ott, Gary Cavaness,
Gail Erickson, Ted Karg. Row 3: Coach Roland fGusl Spraker, Bill Huff, John Squires, Gary Kassel, Roger Jones, Grant Bennet, Stephen Skarepine, Mike
Klein, Coach Alex Morrison.
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10th GRADE CROSS-COUNTRY SQUAD,
Row 'lz ll-rl Coach Tony Spangler, Terry
Morris, Mike Shirley, Larry Warren, Sal
Altamarino, Jim Follis. Row 2: Gary
Gallen, George Parker, Roy Voorhies, Bob
Specse, Nick Carson, Ralph Sutliff, Wayne
ve Record Year
orks of this year s thinclads as the
rs did not bring home a champion-
stron d since Coach Spangler came to
cr w d by such stand outs as Danny
Somme nd Dick Rea Junior Wayne
followed by Benny Warren In the tenth
goined Danny Howard in breaking the school
by far the best team, quoted Mr Spangler.
TENTH GRADER JOE TESTA broke school
record in 9:47 and was laler moved up to
varsity ranks to strengthen the team.
COACH TONY SPANGLER FINISHED his last
year cs active coach at Bendon, after 36
years of successful coaching, Mr. Spangler
has coached every sport except swimming
while at Franklin, taking home many North'
ern League crowns.
VARSITY CROSS . COUNTRY,
ll-rl Danny Howard, Earl Clib-
bcrn, Dave Sommers, Roger
Lee, Rolando Gonzales. Row 2:
Dennis Schneider, Louis Quir-
arte, Richard Rea, G e 0 r g e
Morris, Bob Bauer, Joe Testa,
Wayne Powell, Coach Tony
JV GUS KANE PROVED HIMSELF an able runner
this year, earning ci second in League and fifth
DANNY HOWARD, KANE'5 VARSITY SUPERIOR,
was outstanding runner for the Hilltoppers. Danny
broke school record in 9:07 and capped a second
in league and fifth in City.
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JV CROSS-COUNTRY, Row T:
ll-rl Ben Warren, Terry Gare
land, John Davis, John Nord-
quist, Mike Luciano, Gordie
Rensine, Ed Lopez, Coach Tony
Spangler, Row 2: Jim Hueria,
Ron Morrin, Stirling Peterson
Gordon King, Dan Rcssmussen,
Wayne Stefles, Glen Stone, Ri-
cardo Munoz, Gus Kane.
COACH JACK DOWLIN Vors ty and Jun
o basketball coach although ha ng a
e ects c
Panthers Varsity Five started off the T960 schedule with a bang as
they downed their three foes in consecutive succession to find them
selves in a tie for the Polar Loop s number one spot lt then seemed
that the bottom fell out of the team s morale as the team s star
players Paul Ferandell lwho wrenched his kneel and Tony Perez
lwho was bitten by the flu bugl were sidelined Even with the much
needed and of Rick Weck .lim Oss Danny Sutton Ricardo Mlnlares
and Dave Montes the team faltered and slid down the ladder to
end this year s season in fifth place
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Eagle Rock .,..,, .,c.,,.. 5 l - 60 ....... ......,
Marshall s,,, .....c., 6 8 - 5l ,,,,,,, .....,,
Lincoln ,s,.,,.. 58 - 67 ....,,,
Belmont ,,,,,..,,,.. ,...,,.. 4 7 - 55 ,.,,,,, ,As...,
Verdugo Hills ........,.,, 49 - 27 ,,,,c,, .....,,
Eagle Rock ....,, ...,,,.c 5 3 - 49 ,,,,,.s ,,,,,,,
Marshall ,, ,,,,, . 53 - 33. .,
Lincoln ........ 59 - 40 ,ss,,,,
Belmont .,....... ..,,,,.. 6 4 - 49 ..,..c, ,,,,,,,
Verdugo Hills .,....,...., 50 -w 119 ..,.,.. .......
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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL row 'I, ll-rl
Bill Baker, Loren Steele, Jim Bailey, Richard
Hernandez, Ralph Chew. Row 2: Vic Posa-
das, Duane Moody, Marvin Goecks, Ed Man,
aoth, Dennis Frevick, Sieve Corey.
Junior Hardwooders Provide Varsity Material
Franklin's Junior Varsity gathered a miserable season's record during the
'59-'60 year by bringing home a l win, ll loss record. Although the
J.V.'s made such a poor showing, the final result is the experienced
man which will be placed on next year's varsity squad.
B BASKETBALL, Row 1: il-rl Ken
Furuya, Neal Myers, C o n r a d
Thome, Jerry Capen, Coach Bill
Bogdonoff. Row 2: Reiny Klein,
Dave Testerman, Kenny Krekorian,
Harlan Edmonds, Allan Etzel, Gary
Kaiser, Efern Navarro.
BILL BAKER, top Junior Varsity forward, charges in alter
a loose ball in Ben-Belmonl lussle.
Top row: Ralph Chew, guard. Second slringAAll
Northern League. Bill Boker, forward. BoHom'row: A
Jim Bailey, guard. Richard Hernandez, center.
VARSITY BASEBALL Front row: Ken Watson, Lanny Couvillon, Claude Doty, Paul Curtis, Sherrod Huff. Back row: Rick Weck, Bill Baker, Richard He nandez Grant
net a d B Ike, George Chamberlain, Benny Volpe, Ken Knowles, Coach Jack Dowlin.
Horsehiders combine ability deslre
The starting nine for Franklin formed a strong contender for the loop crown. Lack ofa
strong pitching staff was compensated for by the big bats of first sacker Claude Doty
and shortstop Richard Beilke. Having six returning monogrammers, the Panthers did
not lack experience on the field. Although the Belmont Sentinels were picked to cop
the city crown, the Horsehiders entered the race with the confidence that they could
win. Coach Jack Dowlin's nine were loaded with all-league possibilities, having
Claude Doty at first, George Chamberlin at third, and last year's second "all league"
outfielder Rick Weck. As the Almanac went to press the Panthers were in third place
behind Belmont and Eagle Rock, with one round left to play.
GEORGE CHAMBERLAIN, number one 10th GRADER KEN KNOWLES gets n
chucker on the Panther nine, com- nosition lor fly ball in league contest
1 pleteg pitch in prqgtiqe game with with Marshall, Panthers won ll-5.
Grant. Franklin won 3-2.
RICK WECK-Left field
LANNY COUVILLON-Short stop
CLAUDE DOTY--First bose
with experience l
THIRD BASEMAN SHERROD HUFF sets for throw from shortstop Richard Beilke os they catch speedster Lanny Couvillon off bose
in practice tilt, Beilke tagged Couvillon for the put-out.
COACH JACK DOWLIN gives last min-
ute information to baseball crew be'
fore crucial game with undefeated
Belmont, Panthers dropped contest
OUT FIELDER ART COUVILLON con-
nects for extra bases in intrasquad
game. Catcher Frank Robles watches
ball soar to right field.
J.V. BASEBALL SQUAD, Row 'l: ll-rl Jim White, Art Coufillon, Ed Heredia, Ron Kline, Larry Marsh. Row 2: Ralph Horan, John Care
mona, John Santiago, Sam Rizzo, Randy Morrin, Joe Flores. Row 3: Coach Richard Whitney, Bob Aleshire, Duane Moody, George
Thompson, Bill Carlisle, Joe Palermo, Wayne Langford, Frank Robles.
Leading the doubles teams are Benny Warren left and Mike Serisawa.
This year's Franklin racquetmen swatted
their way to a highly successful season,
missing the championship by a very slim
margin. Mr. "Corky" Phillips, the new
Franklin netmen coach, should be com-
plimented on his fine coaching perform-
ance. The top single players consisted of
Don Braunton, Sterling Foreman, and
Paul Ferandell. Both Paul and Sterling
are three year lettermen while Don, a
two year letterman, will be returning
next semester. Leading the doubles
teams are Mike Serisawa and Benny
Warren. From all appearances, next
year's season will provide Bendom swat-
ters with many exciting matches.
Experience Brings Successful Season to Netmen
TENNIS TEAM, Row 1: ll-rl Andy
Cuellar, Jeff Froehlich, R o b e rt
Bauer, Mitch Mulino, Don Brauton,
George Deeb, Howard Giles, Tony
Saxe. Row 2: Coach "Corky" Phil-
lips, Eddie Cuellar, Robert Balder-
rama, Pete Lazzarretto, Pete
Arvedson, Gordon Balla, David
Carney, Terry Lindoerter, Ray Cot.
tey, Bill Cotley, Row 3: Richard
Lomino, Gordon King, Mike Seri-
sawo, Richard Hubinger, Sterling
Foreman, Dennis Frevik, Norman
Owen, Art Tarro, Bob Smurlo.
ll-rl Don Braunton Sterling
Foreman, and Paul Feran
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Jacobs. Row 2: Javier Melia, Gary Cavaness, Ed Soule, Vince De Midio, Tom Hanson, Jerry Trosper, Danny Howard, Johnny
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Woodard, Mike Shiriey, Coach Clarence Ebers. Row 4: Salvador Altamirano, John Davis, Ron De Laura, Terry McHenery, Bob
Wickham, John Hielm, Ralph Chew, John Cook, Roger Jones, Bob Slade, Nick Carson.
BEE TRACK, Row 'lz ll-rl Dee Spires, Paul Beard, Randy Schiedegger, Bob Pratt, Joe Testa, Luis Flores, John Sullivan, Row 2:
Coach Gus Spraker, Anthony Fischer, Larry Patterson, Gus Kane, Ed Akman, Bob Lewallen, Sander Neggo, Dave Tefft, Coach
Clarence Ebers. Row 3: Charles Congilose, John Wilkinson, Sterling Peterson, Al Guerra, Bud O'Lea, Ralph Hines, Dennis Hub-
bard, John Morris.
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MIKE STUART demonstrates his one and one hall somersault ROD KAUTZ shows winning form with his reverse dive layout
like position position
Aquamen Improve Over Prevlous Season
Coach Alex Morrison cmd the Franklin swimming team splashed to a
fairly successful season even though handicapped by a small pool which
hampered workouts Topping the varsity crew were John Marshall, 50
and 200 meter event, Mike Stuart and Rod Kautz, diving, Jerry Monton
uno, breast stroke, and James Bone, back stroke B team leaders con
sisted of Bob Lotthouse, back stroke, and Jerry Capen, crawl event
Next year s season has exciting possibilities with practically the entire
swimming team returning
SWIMMING TEAM Row 'I ll rl Tim Doran Ron Leonard James Mone Irvin Cessna Albert Vickers Steve Aldahl Bull Hall Phil Scarpine, Dow Mclean. Row 2:
Steve Lindqulst Kalman Bankuthy Charles Dixon Jim Anderson Johnny Marshall Dennis Carlton Rod Kautz Mike Stuart Bob lofthouse Richard Barraza. Row 3:
Don Nlelsen Jerry Capen Jr Edward Akman Jim Miller Ed Mamath Joe Nlemann Jerry Montanino Pete Carusone John Averna Dave Squire, Dennis Smith,
Richard Jioras Row 4 Terry La Vogue Bob Unfug Delfino Zamora Curtis Smith Vic Kostrulrotf Robert Thorson Bob House Kenny Rider Pete Gaspard, Jim
Parker Larry Grimm Gary Anslyn Coach Alex Morrison
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See your vocational counselor or
drop into one of our employment offices
WOMEN S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE ROOM IOI
433 SOUTH OLIVE
MEN S EMPLOYMENT OFFICE ROOM 103
740 SOUTH OLIVE
or ask your Operator for ZEn1th 10 000
for the employment office nearest your home.
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COMPLETE FOOD MARKET
FANCY GROCERIES CHO CE MEATS
5030 York Blvd CL 4 3033
CONTINENTAL UNION SERVICE
Avwfssotzrfs Pattmzvs' Tues
BRAKES TUNE UP MINOR REPAIRS
WE GIVE S8.H GREEN STAMPS
4681 York Bl d CL 5 8700
ED S CYCLE SHOP
5663 YORK BLVD
CL 6 3581
YORK DO NUT
D NUTS ol ci
5612 Yo k BI d CL 7 2596
llr Opuafr Our 0171 Plant
We G e S8.H Green Stamps
5939 York BI d CL Ion 5 5066
HIGHLAND PARK LAUNDERETTE
Quaizfvf D 1C'I anim,
FINISHED LAUNDRY SERVICE
5630 Y k Bl d H ghland Pa k CL 6 6392
5010 Yo k BI d CL 7 4201
J. J. NEWBERRY CO.
5031 YORK BLVD
CL 7 2800
DARRELL T STUART
4619 York Blvd CL 5 0138
Los Angeles 41 Califo n o
WHITES BARBER SHOP
F pntHaz1 Cuftzng
o Ch ld
4753 Yo k Blvd CL 4 2495
IRes de c CL 6 66681
5912 NORTH FIGUEROA STREET
CL 5 2089
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Breakfast - Lunches - Dinners
Socials and Parties -- Idiscountsl
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Dye W r - ankets and Curtains -Laundry
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NEWS-HERALD AND JOURNAL
Established in 1905
Oldest Community Nwspaper in City of L.A.
5722 North Figueroa St. CL 6-4146
FRANKLIN FLOWER SHOP
5533 North Figueroa
Where Courtesy 62 Quality are Traditional
5629 N, Figueroa St. CL 7-0043
MODERN STUDIO OF PHOTOGRAPHY
SPECIAL STUDENT DISCOUNT
5625 North Figueroa CL 5-0221
Complete Automotive and Radiator Service
5701 York Blvd. CL 5-7904
6005 North Figueroa CL 5-0618
SPECIALIZING IN: Formals, Foreign made
furs - Silks, Tafsas, Organdies
We operate our own plant
Open five days a week.
"lsn't this beautiful!" enthuses Franklin co-ed Judy
Olson to John Zamzow and Gloria Perez, as the
blonde mannequin nods agreement. "For the brand
names you know best," Shop at:
IVER'S DEPARTMENT STORE
5801 N. Figueroa Clinton 7-7504
DAY AND NITE MOTOR PARTS
AUTO PARTS and MACHINE SHOP
5600 YORK BLVD.
YORK BOULEVARD NURSERY
COMPLETE NURSERY STOCK
Lawn Mowers Sharpened and Repciired
Free DeIiz'erz'es in Highland Park
6015 York Blvd. CL 6-8191
TOMMY'S SUPER SERVICE
COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
4703 York Blvd. Los Angeles, California
Established in 1904
Free Delivery -- S8IH Green Stamps
6326 York Blvd. CL 6-3311
Specializing in Fish and Shrimp Dinners
"Fisher is Back" - Homemade Cooking
Corner Ave. 50 and York Blvd, - CL, 5-1748
JOHNNY'S TACO HOUSE
"Mexican Food as You Like It"
FOOD TO GO - Closed Monday
Sat-Sun-Noon till 2:30 a.m.
5006 V1 York Blvd. CL. 6-5978
BILL AND RUSTY'S TEXACO SERVICE
Corner Ave. 50 and York Blvd.
Pickup and Delivery - S8tH Green Stamps
DUTCH BOY and COLORAMA PAINTS
THRIFT PAINT AND LINOLEUM CO.
5560 North Figueroa Street CL 6-4197
5424 North Figueroa
E. S. CARTER
5825 Monterey Road - OL, 6-3636
4959 York Blvd. CL. 7-2030
Special Rates for Parties
Home of the Highlanders
We Teach You How, FREE! Trade with the store
you can trust. Sherry Hockman and Gil Silva learn
some of the "tricks of the Trade."
TAPLIN AND POLLOCK
Two Camera Shops to Serve You
5110 York Blvd. - 5716 N. Figueroa
Los Angeles 42, Calif.
SEVERNS MARINE SUPPLY
BOATS - STA - MIX OUTBOARD FUEL
5531 York Blvd. - CL. 7-3764
T 8. R WOODWORK
CABINETS 8. WARDROBES
UNPAINTED FURNITURE TO ORDER
5120 York Blvd. CL. 7-0217
Radios - Television - Auto Radios - Batteries
TOPS TV OF L. A.
"Tops in Service" - Bankamericard
Fred and Don Teague
Phone CL 5-9690
5913 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles 42, Calif.
5719 North Figueroa Los Angeles, Calif.
Fine Family Apparel
Styles of California
CL 5-921 1
VI'S ARTIST SUPPLIES AND PICTURE FRAME
5401'fz N, Figueroa - CL 5-0054
If we don't have your needs we will order
owned and operated by
HIGHLAND PARK GLASS CO.
5401 North Figueroa CL 4-3444
SETH'S PRINTING 8. ENGRAVING
Genuine Engraved Wedding Invitations
100 for 521.95
Each Additional Invitation 10c
CL 5-5300 5910 North Figueroa St.
HOM FOO LAUNDRY
5726 North Figueroa
Open 8 A.M. to 7 P.M.
ABLE CLEANERS AND DYERS
We operate Our Own Plant
WE PICK UP AND DELIVER
5511 North Figueroa Street CL 6-3248
5700 York Boulevard
Clinton 5-321 1
THORNE'S INSURANCE AGENCY
"All Forms of Insurance"
MARY C. THORNE
5605 No. Figueroa St. CL 6-6754
WEL-DON UPHOLSTERING CO.
CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE
Estimates Gladly Given
5237 North Figueroa St. CL 6-5248
Home or VARIETY AND QUALITY
Decorated Cakes - Whipped Cream Products
Open Daily from 9:15 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.
5629Vz North Figueroa Street CL 6-3398
5703 N. Figueroa Los Angeles, California
ELSlE'S BEAUTY SALON
Cold Wave Permanents and Complete Beauty
Service That Satisfies
3 Operators to Serve You - Phone for Appointment
5818 No. Figueroa CL 4-2402
"FASHION T0 FILL YOUR FANCY"
is presented by:
FLETCHER DRESS SHOP
5041 York Blvd. cumon 7-9550
5053 York Blvd. Los Angeles 42, Calif.
ZESTOS FROSTY FREEZE
MALTS, SUNDAYS, FLOATS
SLUSHES and FROSTY, Packed to Go
4933 York Blvd. CL 6-2897
5039 York Boulevard
FoRsHEE's MADE CANDY
5524 York Blvd. CL 5-9409
IMPORTED GROCERY coMPANY
ITALIAN PIZZA SPECIALTY STORE
Wines and Vermouth - Fancy Groceries
5702 York Boulevard Los Angeles
New and Used Cars
5100 N. Figueroa CL 5-5164
6251 York Blvd. Los Angeles 42, Calif.
Phone: CLinfon 7-7571
ROBERT K. WATSON -- Escrow Officer
Dutch Boy Paints Power Tools "Skill"
GARVANZA HARDWARE CO.
6224 York Boulevard
HIGHLAND BARBER SHOP
Lewis F. Lauriello
5627 N. Figueroa Street Los Angeles
"Tastes good-like a TACO shoulrlf' Delia
Fernandez takes a big bite, as Charlotte
Keith, Gloria Perez, and Hoimrrl Brown
also enjoy the food at:
4937 York Boulevard CL 6-9146
HOUSE OF MUSIC
5634 NORTH FIGUEROA
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
FOSSELMANS ICE CREAM PARLOR
5624 North Figueroa Street
Los Angeles 42, California
AVENUE 50 CLEANERS
5039 York Blvd. CL 5-9163
You can always depend on quality clean-
ing. Complete Iaundry and dry cleaning.
Pick-up and delivery
We give A 8m H Blue Stamps
"You'Il like the way you're treated"
5001 N. Figueroa Street CLinton 6-4161
TOMMY'S BRAKE SERVICE
5929 NORTH FIGUEROA
LOS ANGELES 42, CALIFORNIA
"Or perhaps you zrozcld prefer . . ." Kathy
Mulligan seems bezrilflererl by the attractive
array of shirts. Perhaps her dad will get
both of them!
VILETA'S SHOP FOR MEN
5631 N. Figueroa St. CLinton 6-6940
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '60
PRINTERS OF THE ALMANAC
OF THE ALMANAC
ANTHONY LOYA STUDIOS
Specializing in Portraits, Wedding Pictures,
and Baby Pictures
5175 Whittier Blvd Los Angeles 22, Calif.
RESPLENDENT REGALIA-watches, tiaras, and bracelets
are shown to Susan Vaughn and Rudy Geck by the
5537 N. Figueroa St. CLinton 6-0631
'ABANDON HOPE, ALL YE WHO ENTER HERE!"
creative writing - styled by
NORMAN G. OWEN
"Macabre copy madly created"
238 S. Avenue 51 CL 5-8977
"Masterfiend of the 1960 ALMANAC"
"HAVE HOPE, ALL IS NOT LOST!"
Creative Painting - Executed by
"Bright Pictures Brilliantly Painted"
1206 Legray CL 7-5073
DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS
' CATALOG COVERS
' YEARBOOK BINDERS
' GIFT CONTAINERS
THE S. K. SMITH COMPANY
Mamzfacturers of the 1960 Almanac Covers
5260 West 104th Street, L.A. SPring 6-2424
THE STAFF OF THE 1960 ALMANAC
WISHES TO THANK
MR. JACK CANNICOTT AND HIS
L.A. ENGRAVING COMPANY FOR
MAKING THIS BOOK A REALITY!
BEST wus:-iss TO ALL FRANKLINITES
STERNBERGERS RITE SPOT
6138 Figueroa Street
RUSSELL INSTRUMENT AND
6181 Figueroa Street CL 7-5303
5514 York Boulevard Highland Park
The ALMANAC staff svncerely thanks all who have gnven their generous support and cooperation
In this teamwork task of producing the 1960 ALMANAC To the faculty and admlnlstratron for
the unselflsh time and advlce to the leadership class and student body financial manager Norm
Owens who were responsible for the well orgamzed and smoothly run sales drlve to Mr
Anthony Loya for the very fme photographnc servuce to Mr .lack Connscott and has Los Angeles
Engraving Co for competent prlntrng to each and every student here at Franklln who helped
In numerous ways wuth our production efforts and last but certaunly far from least the merchants
f H-ghland Park who were so kund as to help flnance thus proqect WE THANK YOU'
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This is the way the Congo ends
Not with mystic V00-DOO
For attaining goals and reaching heights
Can only be done with "YOO-DOO.
This inner spirit extends beyond
The throbbing of the drum
The pulse and drive of your own red blood
ls the truth of things to come.
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