Franklin High School - Almanac Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

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1 1 444+ 9115 4 4 4:3 4 451 1+ 4 i ,, 47 A !W'l6lf"lClC " 251 4 4 5 4' fx' 4: A 4 ii? 23 4 41 Bach Yen Ta, Edifor Hong Nguyen, Asrf. Edifar i' 'F ll- if +' U , . mv .Sharon A. Bergn, Advuor jurhna Perez, A.mL. Edlfor 113 ff S-. 4454 n,... ,- F Jk ' 1 1 i i I af If ,A 'ii r .31 H , -v f QE x- X .....-f' 5 WG ,.., ,ls ,X , XX Xl .X-X X ,If-f ,,4a::l'.,,,... Y ,F TT 'A -L -4.7 . Kat, .uv 4 is ,F 7 .AVV 'L 'A 1 f ! 2 V Q df l. These girls wi-rc' llUlC'1lIIli'l'ASlly whvn any4'z11'lv0ukpllutogmpllul'czulglltthtm sitting on thx' llllilll su-ps. 2. Pep rallies llY4'Il up thc' lllIlt'll lllllllf 3. During zu pep rally, our pint-sim' IIl1lSK'Ul l.u.u1n4' Him walitm lin' thef next CllCt'l'. At fimthzlll gaunvs, l.uzmm- givm .s'tf1:'-.wlzzrlrlvzl pm-rlln'll1a111c'1-s Cl'C1liiIliI 6XL'itCI1lCIli in thv Crowcls, 4. Preparing for the hig hurp, john I.a11'1'qm1lml L'l?IlllIlllCS slurping on his coke during this fimcl Cilllllfl au-tivity in tha' qlmcl. 5. Coordination. cooperation and careful planning Illdlil' ilu' Ll Sll1'1'l'SSl'l1l ull-spirit pic-tllrc-. 4 Opening .fl 'Ii '25-s"'f li fail? .fh- ,I -sr M4 ...AF 5 W .5 hU0ZLI'l1g Stars The students and staff at Franklin High School are the stars which make our school so special. The theme Shooting Stars captures the spirit of our Panthers striving to reach their goals. The theme also reflects the constant ellorts of the yearbook photographers and Writers to record the star-like ideas, accomplishments and events of the 1986-87 school year. The year has been one of wonderful friend- ships, great spirit, exciting victories and undeniable success, all of which are part ofthe Panther tradition. With preparation, thought and clear goals, all Panthers are capable of Shooting for the Stars! tm 'J ff fax, in uf f Q adrian 95,013 Opening 5 x"2fL.f,f V9 f A sg, ,, JE - X , , - , I ,Y la I P1 ' . may Y ,f X, A-ff ar t sr!"'e I , jp . .z' ,.f f ,Q v x" ss-.3 ff! 'AME' X 6 -a .ff . Vvjgx.. X Sa. ., , W' Q :Lf , Q lil I Y X 7: r up 333235 et, ., ,. lmi f 5 is .Q P 1' , f fx M ww vw 'Q 'X -vii' X ,R 3255 2 vw A. An! -L .,. 1 l55hdS2,:z,sw'+-rx ea Q, "' Q' ., at ' ' 1 i ' 4. K 1 H ' 1 i 1 J 1' -+04 L 1 M ' KAW! 1106 W9 KWWL axon llllf .ya ZIIIIZCZQIL 51706, I yofb tim? Af M6 A51 filllk I0 Sfudenf Life Benjamin Franklin Stwdfarvt .n f f 'ff' v I ml 111 tim! U iiflmpg Q af 1 'Wg nfl ' ff- ,2- . '-M3 ' x ' " L I . Q-s , .yi I kr O ' . 1 4 X 1 , fm I wa' 'lf' 4' X ,Ax fu ,,, k .k wg, A 4 :W ,mfg 'fn .xiw A A 5 , . ,. M ,. Fas, Q , iw , J 1 af W" ! if HGH - gy: , L Alf - ., , ,M gif 'ie was iii I THU ,, 'iff' - ' dw: SB RTA fl .i E ire I-I .X x. fysrv 'Z We .1 , 4 av xl Ghcmiils and golnlins gutln-red nrouncl tlic quad stage as jllclgvs CLlT1'flllly Llcciclccl on originality and crowd popularity. xvllilt was tliv occ-nsioii? Tllc cvciit was the Halloween Costuinv Contcst spoiisoircl by Lcuclcrsllip on Uctolwi' 30tl1. Many stnclvnts uncl Slllllliiilllb' clresscwl for tlw occasion. The x'ui'iL-ty olhcostnines included ll table. a nun, u prcgnaiit inun. il inulc nnlicl, il king-sized teddy boar. a ling ofjt-lly lu-anis, 21603 liippy, and inuny others. Students rt-uclicd new liciglits of creativity in their costumes, ffoween Corfume Conferf 73 Hurrweuurmirmg Ccurat. 'EE X 5 'Xi 'RN ",f i K is King Gerardo Ruiz and Queen F aoiola Lopez Prince john M analili and Princess Ana Gonzalez Prince F lorencio Torres and Princess Paris Landinguin I4 Homecoming Courf IROTC cadets proudly display the Homecoming banner which leads the way for processional parade. Prince Angelo Guerrero and Princess Connie Gonzale, Prince Gabriel Hernandez and Princess Araceli Rioas ....,,, . ...ai 41 Blood Drive: Geerweeraeateeci More Timm Piizf-Sizwl COIll'l'lIJllfiOll.S' On November 5th, Franklin students and staffwere given an opportunity to donate blood. The Red Cross blood drive took place in the school auditorium. Students who donated blood were given a form to be filled out in advance and signed by their parents. In order to give blood, students had to be seventeen years or older and were advised to eat before being summoned to the audito- rium. Each student gave one pint. After blood was drawn from the students and staff, they were given orange juice. punch or cookies. Why give blood? According to Dr. Abraham Hoffman, 'Tm doing it tor the goodies." Senior Eric Roeder said, MI knew there was a blood shortage. I'm afraid of needles, but donating blood is Hur a good causef, The Athenians coordinated the fall semesterls blood drive. It was deemed a success by all. A 'e N Q2 fl a. Q 4-5 Q V M 3 ,lil ,261 I, 'Q-aug.. -Mt. -, gm 1. Students go through a series of tests before being eligible to donate blood. These tests include answering a questionnaire, having a normal temperature, blood pressure and giving a blood sample. 2. Members of the faculty like Ms. Marianne Gregory have the heart to give blood. 3. Helga Castro assures us of her consciousness with a smile. 4. A period of recuperation follows for each blood donor. Blood Drive I 5 if 4 4 Q1 4 Wil? 4 21? I 6 Faxhion Trends Clothes Encounters Include Denim Large Earrings I-eathep Crew Cuts Shades Splked I-lair Plastic Watches Sneakers Converse BOCES I:r-,imge Fleeboks e Bangles Trench Coats Fashion Trends I 7 Sbuderwts Ag Pee Work Experience Makes Cents any students, mostly seniors, ehoose work experience as one ol their elec-tive classes. Some have to drop 11 class or two to lit work experienee in. lint fllt'f'i1gl'i'l'. the sacrifices are necessiiry. They work hefore, during und alter sehool in YLll'lOllS types otisehool or Ctlllllllllllllf' related work. For exaunple, se11ior Alhert fiilI'Qlti has ll Lioh at Slllk'NK'2lXL Stephanie l'11pp works at Baker Bros. Household Retail. Ine.g Nlojdeli Ztllllillll holds ujoh git the Colden Salt I't'Stillll'tlIlfL May de Castro works at Nordstronivs illltl xlt'l'Yf'Il15L Nluriai Lopez has il joh at Bohvs Big Boy: Mike SllllCll'lCl'i works ut Alpha Hetug auul Kim l'1u11mcl Ht-113.1 I.y' work in the schools counseling olliee. These students gain experience and earn at least mininunn wage, whieh Ilhlf' go toward their SllYlIljl lor the prom illlil fgllllfllliltlllll, eollege tuition, or Ll eontrihution to the householtl expenses. These students, some nught argue, will l111x'e Ll hetter l'llilIK'l' 0lll'UllllJlt'flIIQ eollege: they will have learned to use their time elleetively. As Nlojdeh Zinngini sind, 'iWorkinQ is very good discipline, and I will suggest it to nn' own ehiltlren some dup '." Kim hug. C.'oi1friluiIii1,q U'riti'r 5, L., .. 2 1 1. Service with il smile. Amy lh1ilIlZillllll't'S serves h111eh ill tilt' liiljlll' Rock l'l11z11 11t Cluhle Car Pizza to visiting Ffllllklill students. 2. Precise measurements. Kinney's employee, Monique Walton, helps lit il young customer for new school shoes. 3. Darlene Torres works at Fashion Conspiluey' Llllil helps students dress lor the prom or other festive occasions. ld' W0rk1'ng Students h gj,4 " iw 5 if 3? at ...fi -M s ,v ,. sk La W.-4-ff f.. , ... . f band , . Sus, W. L., is 1.7 ,t .fps .Vi-. j , Iva Q? 4' 'irre- MQ A Qi 'if' QBWN A "' 'W-We .MN +091 5. 1. Phone home. Asnicd Palonio works lor Diagnostic Research, Inc. HC gathers survvy inlorinzition lor dill ll-rent companies over the phone-. 2. Checking the price of ai product is Chris Kwan who works in the Eagle Rock Plum ut thi- llzilhnairk store sel- ling cards, note pads uncl other stutioin-ry supplies. 3. Working weekends is nothing ns-w to Danny Loscos and Gary Fontan. MSupc-1' Bowl Siinclziyn is no L-xcvption. 4. Will Godinez enjoys his joh ut Kzn'l's Toy Store, While stocking the shelves, hc takes time to hug the animals. Work1'ng Sfucfenfx I9 af, ,p,Q5f? fain. ,, .. , r' 1 Y , - b h V - V' 5. 1. Peel tile beat. Stamling in lrcmt of tlu' sps'ukc'rs mums tlis-sv SillClOIltS wont miss il lmcnt. V! H 2. Two-step. -li1ll6'l Flllillllillll auicl Alvin Ms-nclcml slip away iioiii tlic Kcy Clliln I'Cli'L'Sllllll'llf stzuicl tojoin the fiance. iz 3. Faces in the crowd. cllll'I'0I1fLlIlll illI'lIlL'I' stuclvnts 0l'Frimklin llllii'2llIlOlllCl1fll'UIH clznicing to pose lin' Alll ' tlw caiiwru. 5 ,,5,fi H I 4. A small circle of friends. VVitl1pln'sc'sin tlic- c-vntc-r, sluciclitsjoiii in group ClZllK'lllgVVllill' otlic-rs prclbi' 4 tlis trziclitionul ons!-on-unc, 20 Dances 41 lv-W Well Atbemcie-111 Dance. 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RICIIRIT1 1.1111111101 1111-vts NYl11I IJ.,I.s. 1 Dancer 2 I ,D X - La Tour de Franklin History' was recorded again, as the second annual Senior Tricycle Race took place on February 225. The event, La Tour de Franklin, was sponsored hy Senior Cabinet. The spectators could not help hut support their favorite teams with confident yells. The fully grown Panthers managed to pedal these hahy-sized tricycles along the obstacles in the quad. The winners Won prizes and contestants Won loud applause from their schoolmates. Others look forward to the next Tour de Franklin. Drmm: Woo. Writer 'K 5 at 'M eg. Q 1. ON YOUR MARK, CET SET. ,. Contestants with the help of their partners he-gin the competition. 2. Ion Walker enjoys the View of the quad. confident ot finishing the course first. 3. The stage was set. Students await the contestants. 4. Kenny Saffold looks ready tor some toot aching. kneebust- ing pedaling. 5. Pedaling as hard as they can. the three teams struggle to get to the finish line. Tricycfe Race 23 'lf Hidden Talent Electives Offer Opportunity to Explore New Fields cc aek to liasiesw' has lieen the battle ery in education for several yearse in an attempt to improve student nehieveinent and raise test scores, But what about the fine arts, intlnstrial arts and lioine arts? In an ellort to stress reading, writing ancl matheinzitieiil skills, the result tor students and teachers alike has been an inereasecl nninliei' of required classes anrl ii decrease in the electives progmin. The prolmlexn is eoinpountlecl lxy the large nninlier ofstnclents who tail l't?tlllll't5tl classes, Since they must restake the courses, they lose the oppor- tunity to sample the sinall, but stalile, ninnlier ofeleetives olleretl liy dill ferent departments including classes in psychology, clanee, c-oniputers, liusiness ancl many others. For those stuclents who sneeesstiilly complete reqiiirecl courses, electives open doors to new skills, new information and new experiences. ticlueation involves more than the Ulmasiesf' i LY 2 Q sn in i M, was 2 f f H W V,,,,, ii -lL.,.,,-iQ ' 1. From the North Pole to the nursery. Santa Clans. Mr. Ricliartl Cninpliell, and his elll Laura Harrientos, greet a youngster in the nursery. This event involves the students in Ms. Nancy Bradwayls Careers With Chilzlren elective. 2. The finishing touches. joselina Talavera, a stuclent in Mr. If-rrp SCllVVL1l'fZ'S Cl0l'l17IllC'-9 class, applies glaze to lier iitelier. ll. Stepping nut. Modern Dance classes are taught by Ms. Carol Wieginann. Students Vivian Munoz, Marianne Vega, Carinina Valentin and Bam Bonnet practice their routines. 4. Developing an artistis eye. Pliotograpliy stutlents of M i'. Ben Makuta use tlie eqnipinent in his classmmn to ilevelop, print and enlarge photos. 24 E ledives ie:- 1 i cccc A :E2" K gl' .I -1' I--I ,,:. s mmf- . r ' r . , . 5 x iff 11fQ if pp . .. , kiir yrxkhi S Q in J 'WGN . . ,,,, Design for living. Army Poon displays her Hunwnfities class project. She designed her room during ri unit on nrc'hitc-4-trim, dj, L W J iiliilii Mechanical minds. Students in Mr. Kirby Miskirninas Auto Shop learn basic principles ofuntmnobilc operation and rnaintemince. Tlicory is an important part ofthe class, lint so is ands-on experience with real equipment. Understanding a cl1ild's perspective. Understanding how children develop is an important part ofthe class Careers with Children. Franklin students Sheri-ess Allende and Laura ernandez help pre-sclroolers with an art project during the holiday season. From a lump of clay. Ricardo Magallon Concentrates on shaping the nose of his bust, ll project in Mr. Michael Howards Czframicfs class. E fecfivef Z5 Hearts of the Night A Dance to Remember On February 13th, an annual event was held in the boys, gym to select the king and queen of hearts. The dance was hosted hy Power 106's Mucho Morales. This Coronation included the three grade levels, The boys, gym was packed with people from all over the Highland Park area. Me EA7"'si.' P53 Qing 1. Love is in the air. 2. Senior King Alfonso Lopez and Queen Mariana Medrano pose with junior King Eric Fiore and Queen Dehny Figueroa for the annual Valentines Dance. 3. Candidates for the King and Queen of Hearts were displayed to all. 4. King Ioe Canales and Queen Ramona Rodriquez pause from their dance to smile lor the camera. 5. Mucho Morales, the special host DJ., entertains Franklin party animals. 6. Wonders to behold. In Paris, the students ohserved the Gothic architecture ofthe Ile de la Cite Chapel, visited Mona Lisa at the Louvre and climbed the Eiffel Tower, 7, Strolling along the Champs-Elysees, oilers une hellevue. 8. Voyagers to France, Front Row iL-RD: Karen Villanueva, Armando Aguilar. Second How: Suzi Mesquita, VValter Genie, Helga Castro, Laura Leszt, Adriana Lopez. Third Row: Adrian Pina. 26 Vczfenz'1'ne 'J Dance Le Voyaigcz ai In Friarwce' A Franklin F irst Vho would have thought ofa club taking a mscontinental trip. The French Club did st that this year. On April 13th, when everyone was on ring break, Ms. Audrey Randall, the 'ench Club sponsor, and nine of her club embers - Adrian Pina, NValter Genie, Karen llanueva, Armando Aguilar, Laura Leszt, iriana Lopez, Helga Castro, Patty 41539 Mesquita, Susie Mezquita - left LAX to spend nine exotic days in France. All accommoda- tions were made possible by the Cultural Heritage Alliance for the cost of S800 per per- son. Everyone had a chance to climb the Eiffel Tower, to see the famous Hall of Mirrors, to visit the remarkable stained glass windows of the Chartres Cathedral, the Gothic Cathedral 7 gi ffl if -sa A Z 114 Sf, ...Q Xi! as I F of Notre Dame, the jeu dc Pauline lN'Iuseums, and many more exiciting places. Also, the students had a chance to speak French with native speakers. Upon returning from France, Ms. Randall hoped more students would be taking French in the years to come. Kim Ung, Writer Trip to E wrope Z 7 26' Sopfzomorer JZMMQ Offl' fy 0116, 115' ikyfkzzlf' 111611042504 LWACYIUIVZ fA,A2f5?5'I2!f!I'6! Mr' AQUQQ fyffms' QWfj65yf'f -ffzf'-firms' M 211' 114291662 Henry Wfadsworth Longfellow C2666- SS? QN QB 7989 25 UDL Enrique Abarca Steve Abbott Hassan Abdul-Wahid Jose Aceves Paul Acosta Paula Acosta Mirella Aguayo Patricia Aguayo Alva Aguilar Maria Aguilar Oscar Aguilar Oscar Aguilar Reyes Aguilar Jose Aguilera Luisa Aguilera Martin Aguirre Jerry Ainswonh Carlos Alas Felix Alas Rolando Alas lrma Alberto Sergio Alcala Susan Alcala Federico Alcaraz lan Alcivare Sergio Alfredo Claudia Alonso Javier Altamirano Adrian Alvarado Claudia Alvarado Joanne Alvarado Maria Alvarenga lrma Alvarez Norma Alvarez Cornelio Amaro Flosa Ambriz Edward Amit Rommel Ampie Meynard Ancheta Agika Angyal 611 0 Sol 0 O 'Q O.. 4 N .IIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllnl he class of,89 is 1218 stars strong. To become ajunior, each sophomore should earn atleast 105 high school credits Qincluding 50 credits from the ninth gradel by the end of this school year. The following subjects are required for sophomores in order to graduate: 40 credits ofEnglish, 30 credits ofsocial science, 20 credits ofmathematics, 20 credits oflahoratory science, 5 credits ufhealth, 10 credits offoreign language or line arts, 20 credits of physical education, 10 credits of technical arts, 2.5 credits of edueationfcareer planning, 2.5 credits of driver education, and 60 credits in the special interest clusters. Also, students must pass three competency tests in reading, writing, and mathematical computation. -f ,,.. 1 0 dlld S if ' is,,.iss , 1. 45 ,. f fi -,,,. rea, ' ' " 35? f 5' ' 1,3 - -X . .ii -, , , - 5. N :i . - his? - . 'f. . ff: , f s I Q - 14' K' ? A as Se EQ!! E Q if A iii. i sos- Z ,af X, A 3 .i it 5 Z .T ir R 5 K l Sli sf 3 Xrger 3 " 43 tsl - 3 " so , A-I W , 5 wr ll- t N t.. s is so N K i I 30 Sophomore: s ,s,, :: ,E L sees f f ff - 5 l , . ii Ntie lk t :F 1 sk 'T its will Li 'fi I Q lx. f t Q Q MX in V W , A l S l ls .. A 1 ,. i Ap we J , - 4 Q I X g. r At .III 1 an -. 2 f tm, X X . X X . . l Xe . K t 'U' ,. 5 :Qi ' ' fe I R. .U X l Q xl L Q X ' V! ,, K l 1 v.. Y , T at' x it . .. PM , fil ggig . Q1-izfieff saw-t , Si S it . A x., fx, fe - is as V rv 0 L, 'fx '. 1' N V ,. i ,D K ig A - J , A .. W in ' an A. - PX- 5 A ' .v ' -A 7 I .4-is 6,573 Sophomore! Mylene Antonio Nora Aparcio Reina Aparicio Louis Apodaca Marla Aragonez Jacqueline Arambula Ron Arce Jose Arceo Roger Arciga Violeta Arellano Flavio Argueta Nash Arias Thomas Armas Agustin Arredondo Candy Arredondo Carlos Arredondo Martha Arredondo Marisol Arreola Phillip Arreola Andy Au Kim Au Larry Avalos Margaret Avalos Maria Avalos Richard Avalos Cynthia Avila Jorge Avila Miguel Avila Delmy Ayala George Ayala Julio Ayala Lilia Baca Claudia Bacelis Maribel Badillo George Baez Jose Bajonero Ismael Balboa Jay Balce Vincent Ballesteros Luz Barbarin Michael Barbera Maria Barcelona Alicia Barcena Manha Barrantes Louis Barraza Sal Barraza Steven Barrientos Eugene Barton Windy H. Basurto Marian Bautista Regina Baye Edward Becerra ' Justine Bell Connie Beltran Guillermo Beltran Michelle Beltran Angel Benavidez Robert Bentancourt Juan Berber Rachel Bermudez Raul Bernal Valerie Bernal Leo Betancourt AI Bianconi Ralph Bingochea Armando Boensel Pongsak Boonsiriseth Salvador Borja Yolanda Borrero April Borzuez Monique Boyle Celina Briseno 37 Romelia Bueno Myrna Bushman Octavio Bustamante Victoria Buxton Rafael Caballero Everardo Cabral Omar Cabral Sandra Caceres Pablo Cachon Carlos Caire Pedro Caldera Carlos Calderon Denise Calderon Hector Camacho Nidia Camacho Rosa Camacho Rosemary Camacho Blanca Camarena Jorge Camarena Maria Camberos Joanna Campa Isabella Campopiano Alex Campos Cruz Campos Martina Campos Marco Canas Mirella Canas Judith Canlas Fredy Cano Oscar Canslno Martha Canton Edward Carbajal ge fx Q 2 . uvew .. 1.- s so .5 ,,.,. .- , ....,iX, gi, L X X Q 3. r . X H -sf. .si X w t 'iz Wi :J X .v Fernando Carbajal , Q .ssr i:i1iiit-r Rosie .Cardenas Q. . iiii E Gabriel Carlos 5 . 3 A r it Mario CaI'l'TlOl'3 Ngiiyg it Y 5:4 .g David Carrillo F tt. ,,.. . ,tiAih gi gg, Diana Carrillo "ii T5 Francisco Carrillo l A g g 'JL is George Carrillo Hector Carrillo Manuel Carrillo Mike Carrillo Roberta Carrillo Temo Carrillo Raul Casillas Paula Castaneda Genaro Castanon e ,Q-. A New Beginning ats.o . if , .g 1, .:,:s A .2-- l ,o A 'ks -I . ,--k gears..-. -f-- ---.. ,.f,.s.1f1.1....f sf... ...s.,...ffs..... fmt,-.. .. -. 1. - -as S-mg. . .it.t. tt.,t. . . g :,m,.,:.,.,,,,3,E.5 xr Iggy... F. --. -k-k ,,g,gi55-..g..s.. as .. ,,- -1-:..f.s.t.:1.. if-f.. ..-f, ..--za ...., , -a W at X it 1 , ii. sg-Cir T . it 'QCP 254 .if ophomores are young stars shooting their way toward graduation. They come to high school not knowing what to expect and discover within themselves hope for the future. For many, orientation is their first exposure to high school life. Sophomores come before school officially opens. They hear about classes, activities and organiza- tions from the administration, student leaders and other personnel. Tours of the campus are given by upper classmen and questions are answered. The orientation is intended to ease the transition from junior high to high school. According to sophomore Gene Gonzales, "It,s really different in high school. U She thought the first few weeks ofschool were tough, but now itfs turning out to be a nice year. Many sophomores are finding their way through Franklin by joining clubs, sports teams or just interacting with other students. This year, there were more sophomores than ever. Most came from the vicinity around Franklin and some were bussed from other areas. Maria Valdivia said, "My sister influenced me to come to Franklin, itys like a traditionf, The class of ,89 will be the shooting stars of our future. Best of luck! 2 Sophomore: 'f'X?ff2a f .fs .ie 'f - i LX ir p- ? ,, was ir' 1 f e Jii C7 Q.-, 0 at ,i - 1' N, 'i 6 tt A .mi y xx X: cf Q ,yf Q fax . ti fi 4. - fit:-mn t Wiifttfii : X' 7QpvyV 33 Q5 iq.. 'AAA H . r X 1 , A his if 1 t x f 6' 'O t ' zz . 3 AJCQP. 597 as wt X X ,Q y y i Q J i A f 2 A ll iw X 3'QQQ'a .ft ' . gr , 5 x xl it tix ' S f t it Fernando Castillo Gabriel Castillo Samantha Castillo Danny Castro Rey Castro Richard Castro Araceli Cebreros Teresa Celis Ftosalia Cerros Angelita Cervantes Sandra Cervantes Anh Cham Nancy Chan Annette Charez Cuong Chau Quoc Chau Linda Chavez Anthony Chavira Guadalupe Chavolla Kim Chean Hyung Cho Thanh Chong Mary Chu Christina Chung Nae Sook Chung Isabel Cisneros Jose Cisneros Nubia Cisneros Jennifer Cochran Andre Cockrell Jason Collins Jimmy Conde Arturo Contreras Claudia Contreras Mario Contreras Jose Cordero Flicky Cordova George Corletto Alex Cornejo David Cornejo Benny Corona Elizabeth Corona Norma Corona Jue Corrales Frank Correa Larry Cox Barbara Crapo Catherine Crawford Angel Crespin Ana Crespin Edith Cruz Juan Cruz Lorena Cruz Ale Cuellar Jose Cuellar Joe Cuevas Sophomores 33 Mirna Cuevas Man Dam Esmeralda Davila Susana Davila Fermin De Anda Marcela De Anda Araceli De La Cruz Elsa De La Cruz Gabriel De La Garza Juan De La Piedra Norberto De La Torre Jesse De Lao Alfred De Leon Juan De Leon Oscar Del Castillo Carlos Delgadillo Elvis Delgado Maria Delgado Lily Deng Dennis Derecho Hugo Diaz Jesus Diaz 'Joseph Diaz Maria Diaz Reng Diaz Rodolfo Diaz Rosa Diaz Teresa Diaz Yesenia Diaz Dantung Doan Maria Donlucas Denise Downing Sam Dribin John Duarte Alma Duenas Olga Duenas Robert Duenas Cam Duong Hoa Duong Xuan Duong Adriana Duran David Duran Mario Duran Martha Duran Edmund Dyer Mai Dzieng sf David Earney of Walter Echeverria George Eckley Anna Elias Ignacio Elizondo Charm Ellsworth Cesar Escalante Zoraida Escalante Irene Escandon Theresa Escaravage 34 Sophomores '52 "'! 32:14, ' X ' 1 X X :ss . : ,, fe E-f gzlisitif I K z, I ig ...K ...K X sf- Ng ,, s Q X wfgfx F Nl I E " 'YQ' '12', if Si ' ,Q l' as 1 . R r L .r 45,5 , , s .... or mm. ,,,,5, r Y. r , ,... is NR so . .,, Y X X M .. Z i Ns? A A A ,wr JJJ if Maria Lopez is enjoying a hcallthx sn idx durmg lllltllflfill --"Y X sitt X Guiding Siors One ofthe classes sophomores are required to take is guidance. The purpose of this class is to make students aware of what careers or college majors are suitalile for their liolmlnies and skills. Guest speakers like Mr. jack Wfright, the college advisor and Mr. Gordon Barnwell, the work and career advisor, talk to the students about the future and what must he done now to prepare lor a bright future. Many career possibilities are presented to the sophomores to choose from. Students begin to recognize their skills and aptitudes. This ten-week class serves as a guiding light for the students that are shooting fur the stars. 'I' Karina Escobar Lineth Escobar Luis Escobar Robert Espadas Alben Esparza Fernando Esparza Claudia Esinosa Lourdes Espinoza Maria Espinoza we if 'N A Q gg, ,1 I av X ,I I Q Mario Espinoza Reuben Espinoza Alex Estrada Arturo Estrada Diedrean Estrada Omero Estrada Victor Estrada Mitziefay Eullo L Terry Evangelista Edwin Fabros fi Jonathan Fain Peter Fan Monica Favela Christy Fernandez I 5 lf 1' X 'Q' til? f sf- i Gracie Fernandez Joe Fernandez Mary Fernandez Sophia Fernandez Angelica Figueroa Jose Figueroa i lgigpigtg, Oscar Figueroa E . sr f- six l l N i Qi G Q an 'S E xglzwrx J X Ray Figueroa A lb! 1 . t Ng A p Robert Figueroa V Xinia Figueroa r f ' A Shawn Flanagan r F ,. Evelia Flores or s l ' W " ' Fernando Flores by . , , Francisco Flores - vs- ! , 'In Guillermo Flores Jason Flores Jerry Flores , .. ii 'SYS . 'fear ' i Jose Flores Jose Flores it L l Jose Flores ii ' I I 51 J? Josephina Flores up ,,,,t, on nf. ,NZ Luis Flores I 9:6 ' 5 'i"- Mm mes ' ' Q ' vt 3-751 Michael Flores ..lQ ,,,- i N g r.. CQ Oscar Flores Sophomore! 3.5- i 4, teeming to Drive Deiensiveiy How do students feel when they get behind the Wheel ofan automobile? A privile- ged group of' students had the chance to drive during their sophomore year. The driver training class provides the students who have reached their 15th birthday with instructions on traffic laws, signs, and the basic techniques for maneuvering a car properly. The students are required to take driver education before or concurr- ently with driver training. The class takes place during the P. E. period or before and after school. Driver training lasts for six weeks and consists of a simulator experience and driving sessions. Students take turns using the equipment, Halflofl the class uses the simulator, while the other half' drives every other day. Each student, during behind-the-wheel lessons, takes turn driving for an average of'15 minutes every time. The short driving time is due to the large munber ofstudents taking the class. According to sophomore Thai Sam, "The driving time is too short. The class would be better with less peoplef, The class is demanding for some students. Dennis Derecho said ofthe class, ult was hardf, NVhetber the class is large or difficult, it will continue to train students to be safe drivers. Sandra Flores Trinidad Flores Brandon Fong Tracy Fontan Ftowshell Fraijo Oscar Francia Ernie Fregoso Ramona Frescas . W" .is -...S t X X it Armando Frias Jose Fuentes Janet Fukuhara George Galindo Juan Galindo Ann-Marie Gallegos Pec Gallegos Sergio Galvez L Toni Gamboa Alfred Gamino Hector Garay Kari-Ann Garay Albert Garcia Alfredo Garcia Ana Garcia Carlos Garcia Cindy Garcia Diana Garcia Enriqueta Garcia Frank Garcia Frank Garcia Gloria Garcia Herber Garcia lrma Garcia p pp qpip Jesse Garcia . - Joel Garcia y - Jorge Garcia 3 as Jorge Garcia ' is f Jose Garcia Karla Garcia 1-.75 . 1 , 5 . . . if , Lisa Garcia 6' A T 'flag - . -.X l' Q.v.,!. - '-. Q v Melissa Garcia .11. rl, 1 .1 X str us, .M ii J4v"..-'t " . ' -' . ' W Robert Garcia Genara Garduno lliana Garita M Javier Garza Oscar Garzon Felisa Gascon Andrea Gaynor Lonnie Gee Y 36 Solbhomores 'XX I ....r 4 . .iw ,, ,sig va cf K U a o xiw N. -Q 1-if .fl J X 1. XX ' J fo fr .Q-4. 4 IP Rs a qi an i. f .3 . - N xiinwgwn ' in N 5 . . l G. -L . " ' --"X- A 151- 1g,.: is h 'K ' M A 'X uira t - ,vu ':, ' n 1" are 1 x r' H i t-...x n ve X' Cordon Yan and Roy Lee relax In-fin-c entering the PSAT exam. A-fm .3 ff, x , ' 6 -C9 ,GASQW4 . . 'T 1 we "G A fi. it abbey. a R at till it ,lil If i. Y . Xu G n X. iutlt, f gg Q54-" in E2 X-1 -s v. 1 G. LX 1' f if Sophomore: Tammy Gesualdi Minh Giang Angie Gil Anna Gill Manuel Giron Sonia Godoy Elmer Gomez lslandia Gomez Juan Gomez Julio Gomez Juventino Gomez Laura Gomez Maria Gomez Maria Gomez Maribel Gomez Maribel Gomez Norma Gomez Flocio Gomez Susie Gomez Willie Gomez-Moron Andi Gonzales Cecy Gonzalez Genevieve Gonzales Antonio Gonzalez Arthur Gonzalez Carlos Gonzalez Fili Gonzalez George Gonzalez Luz Gonzalez Matilde Gonzalez Ruben Gonzalez Selene Gonzalez Soraya Gonzalez Tony Gonzalez Pamela Graham Ftoben Gradney Kimberley Green Juan Greteca Anna Guan Ping Guan Simplicio Guba Claudia Guerrero Gilbert Guerrero Laura Guerrero Solina Guerrero Hilda Guillen Mercy Guino Fermin Gutierrez Haydee Gutierrez Juan Carol Gutierrez Marco Gutierrez Maribel Gutierrez Fiamon Gutierrez Ricardo Gutierrez Kim Guzman Carlos Halcon 3 Milton Henriquez Joseph Heredia Michele Hermosillo Alfred Hernandez Art Hernandez Candelario Hernandez Carlos Hernandez Ernesto Hernandez Hernan Hernandez Hugo Hernandez James Hernandez Maria Hernandez Maria Hernandez Maria Hernandez Nancy Hernandez Nuria Hernandez Oscar Hernandez Sandra Hernandez Silvia Hernandez Mayra Herrera Patricia Herrera Rudy Herrera Rudy Herrera Kenny Hicks Mike Hinojosa Felipe Hirujo Kimberly Ho Phuong Ho Beverly Horn Man Hua Chun Huang Paul Huang Danny Huerta Maria Huizar Ruby Huizar Niccole Hurst Soledad Hunado Loi Huynh Thu Huynh Patti Hwank Sylvia lbarra Michelle lniguez Teresa Jabido David Jackson Whitney Jackson ' Carlos Jaimes Elena Jamzaneres Fernando Jaramillo Aracell Jimenez Guillermina Jimenez Oneyda Jiron Mark Johnston Maria Joya Celena Juarez Maria Juarez Sandi Kamekona ttts lts t gi 2. Xe-f J. . -- fi 'S 5 t -frr it 5,.wL gi, K . "t 'T E r 1. t.: ilf, M3 X if it , s, X l ' 1' ' A 7 1' iw 1 f, K .xv x 5 xt NE ,, , o tseyyoe ileslooee . -a RJ l,,l t- -Q wi. . .ef ,fl , , 5: fir, J BQ. I r-fnl' Wav ' 1 it lf at I 2- M , A . S ?:ii:.e:.: t 7 . J. ., t - Lf --1 r Q 0 f , -. ., 6 X rf X ,. Z 53 " 1' ,E Q . , .te iii we N 1 , , 3.99, if QU' it 36' Sophomore: ,,- . saesx V55 .-.,i xg ...Qi f. 5. 4 i - "1sf1s:.:'225aa Maria Kanioros .Q U ' iL' J Anthony Ketring Robert Ketring Thontheany Khournso Mi-Kyung Kim Soo Kim Adam Kingsford f V I -1. . . ,Y ,,..- g I "' 1 5? , as he 'Kg gt ... if 1 A Q. I ifrfifw-M.. , I Q. . .Wi CT, is .iq M- Frank Ku Luke Kwong Tammy Laffey Catherine Lagman David Lam V P ks Q 4 ,A ,Q .. -. . ,: LN 1 fx i Ny QM, X, Jennifer Lam Linh Lam Ngoc Lam Thanh Lam Trung Lam Valerie Lam Carina Lara Marlou Lazo LX Blanca Ledesma Connie Ledesma Eddie Ledesma Q at if at--4? if Jung Lee Michael Lee Roy Lee Wendy Lee Saul Lemus ,en Q Celeste Leon I , I f Jeremy Leon 'WW 1 ' . Clinton Lewis e ' ' L Columba Leyva Q- ,Francisco Leyva Q rs ' , Patrick Li J '- ft. Zim Liang .Y " 'V t 'Q' , , ' Raymond Licon iq. we it K. 5 .. vel ,I X -aw l W Rf? 'x i - .T Yvette Licon Lim-Meng Lim Gua Lin it Jian Lin Zhen Ying Lin Ricky Ling Michael Linz Cheuk Liu Danny Liu Grace Liu Romel Liwag The Lunch Crunch Luncli is an important activity at Franklin for every student and faculty memher. Many interesting scenes can he ohserved before, dur- ing, and after hmch. It is not so rare to see a mass ofimpatient students packed between the door, a minute hefore thc lunch bell rings. As soon as the hell rings, over two thousand students rush down the crowded stailwvells to fight for at position in front ofthe line. An average student on the third floor has to stand in the lunch line for approximately 15 minutes. This may not appear to he a long time, hut it is when compared to the 35-minute lunch period. Although the lunch service may seem slow, the entire lunch service is well organized. Mr. George Carone, our new assistant principal said, mfhe students in the lunch line are easy to work with. They follow the guidelines with polite mannersf, Thus, the lunch line hel is to serve hxod to Franklin students and faculty. YVaiting in line adds to the character of' Franklin students hy teaching them iatience. joining the lunch hunch nourishes the hody and allows students to socialize with friends. Sopfiomores 39 Mike Kanaly f Aldo Lizarraga Knef Lizaso Elsa Loop Adelina Lopez Anthony Lopez Cristina Lopez David Lopez Elvia Lopez Fernando Lopez Gabriel Lopez Gerardo Lopez lgnacio Lopez Jessica Lopez Jose Lopez Liliana Lopez Marco Lopez Mariciana Lopez Onofre Lopez Oswaldo Lopez Pablo Lopez Ricardo Lopez Ruben Lopez Suzette Lopez Veronica Lopez Willie Lopez Verenice Lorenzo Jose Losano Lamont Lovett Luis Lozano Minh Luc Ralph Lugo Henderick Lui Braulio Luna Josefina Luna Rosie Luna Cam Luu Hue Heng Ly Sang Ly Sommer Lyons Zhoo Ma Ausencio Macias Doug Macias Henry Macias Ralph Macias Geoffrey Macon Lisa Maddox Alejandra Madrigal Javier Magana Laura Magana Tim Magana Carlos Maldonado Patty Maldonado 40 Sophomore: .46 v ' 1 E.. .Agni S Lg I if 4 W 43354-it i iii ,.., YT? -1 R if it X 5 fi If " 'ai git . 5. L. . it , in Y . .y X 3 it .t K 'W ,gz r " Ft wi 1 , X at 53,3 WE 'it ii S' 1 If: Sh. 6 0' - f., 5. PDQ- 4- Haw Q . gage E 'Q' saggy ycci lows Fmrwm 451 Lmmkl ' ii? 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M 1 it if EW' ty . .mis .. .., gk, g,.: .,- 4 t E f i r Patty Maldonado Robert Maldonado Emily Mangalindan Elena Manzanares Lydia Mariscal Susana Mariscal Alicia Marquez Darlene Marquez Gus Marrufo Jesus Martell Aymara Martin Tiersa Martin Alberto Martinez Angela Martinez Arthur Martinez Connie Martinez Desiree Martinez Felix Martinez Gladys Martinez Grace Martinez lsrael Martinez Luz Martinez Marco Martinez Martin Martinez Michael Martinez Michal Martinez Mike Martinez Norma Martinez Patricia Martinez Rafael Martinez Richard Martinez Ronnie Martinez Sigfrido Martinez Teresa Martinez Vanessa Maynetto Claudia Mayorga Efren Mazas Billie Mc Carter Aaron Mc Namee Franz Medalla Juan Mederos Rosa Medina Jose Mejia Cristobal Mendez Diana Mendez Maria Mendez Virginia Mendez Cynthia Mendiola Elizabeth Mendiola Alfredo Mendoza Alvin Mendoza Arturo Mendoza Solbhomores 41 Manuel Mendoza Raul Mendoza X Mauricio Mercado Jose Meza o fi' Matthew Meza 'i f f Manha Meza it S it Olga Meza Santiago Meza A-A E:a.o Suzy Mezquita diili iiiii iii i Juvenal Millan o iii eddeo ee Victor Millan I Carla Miranda 7 V p 5 :ini fffii Ruth Mojica ' s r-.'. ' Vanessa Mojica l eft ,521 Q Clemencia Molina r Jose Molina Lisa Molina Melody Montalvo Javier Montano . Ana Maria Montenegro ltza Montenegro 1 V gy .ill Anabella Montes r Nancy Montes g Q t S Sophie Montygierd-Loyba Eduardo Monzon Manuel Moore Federico Mora Adriana Morales Adriana Morales Carey Morales Alma Montoya .,.,r - H N N Eta M Carlos Morales Fernando Morales Henry Morales " -1 Jeff Morales Jose Morales Jose Morales Maribel Morales Mercedes Morales ,pu Sophia Morales .- S Sylvia Morales . Alicia Moran 5 I at V Ernesto Moran ' r l,,,.,.l. Aaron Morrill 'Q Jon Morris Joshua Morris Magdalena Mosqueda A Clecin Sweep At Franklin High, many students get to their classes on tiine. Others, though, do not go to class before the tardy bell rings. To eliminate this problem, tardy sweeps have been instituted on a more regular basis this year. The administrators and security officers send those students who are not in class to the cafeteria to receive readmittance slips that are marked utruantn. For their consequences, a warning letter sent to their parentfsl and detention assigned by the Deans. Tardy sweeps have had some success, and although it,s not enjoyable, it has become a part of Franklin life. 42 SUPAOVHOFES ss.. if N. .iygxsk f i s e R. i 0 X M ll if a I t MX st .. . illlli- ' 7 W f it its -. 2 x N ts H !w """ . f ,Ng 5 of 4 . + 4, 1 - 0 . 3 I tj- if l. ' G, gy, 4 YN I L 'X Ngoc Lam, Man Hua and Nanc Chan are just returning from at friendly grunt: of tennis. Most students fulfill their P.E. requircnicnt us sopho- mares. w . '- i 5 ii -.. gf' O t ' KX 1. L ', l' . XZ ,iflg if ii tl X "J i' 'x N , .. N A .1 'Air N iii u ,t5r.u,,i,.,r:s, t ,I F L.,. vi Q13 s I Q- i A?-'. lu V-K 1 4 -lyt , if kr. it t M fi.- g . ,E ,,-i t - A l Q , 'K X F Q5 '-Q a, ll . ttt gat it Q 34-..h .gr Ki at lskfg I . 'T' 7' . ,5 9' E -s 3 an u ,fl N-'fs' , A ,E--fag: 7 , l ,V Z ,gt .t R X A Q N Sandra Mulhall Alma Munoz Diana Munoz Eddy Munoz Francisco Munoz Perla Munoz Christina Myers Janae Nakata Jang Nam Saul Narro Benigno Navarrette Agustin Navarro Helio Navarro Miguel Navarro Ramon Navarro Elisabeth Negretle Irene Neri Katherine Ng Kwok Ng Hung Ngo Lien Ngo Trung Ngo Quy Nguyen Long Nguyen Sang Nguyen Van Nguyen Veronica Nieves Bernardine Noriega Raul Novoa Cynthia Nunez lsidro Nunez Juan Nunez Lorenzo Nunez Ray Nunez Kevin O'FieiIly Alfonso Ochoa Elizabeth Ochoa Juana Ochoa Lazaro Ohm Domingo Ojeda Jennifer Ojeda Martin Ojeda Ana Olandesca Hazel Olandesca Ephel Olivarez Ariadna Olmos Sarah Onderwyzer Norman Ordonez Patricia Oregel Blanca Orellana Enelda Orona Gerardo Oropeza Jannette Orozco Innes Grtega Juan Ortega reg- .X 1, I X E 155 5 Gabriela Orozco Sophomores 43 Lynn Ortega Claudia Ortiz Marisa Ortiz Osvaldo Ortiz David Osorio David Ostrom Galo Otero Tony Otero Arturo Oviedo Ray Pakitagna Christine Palacios Patricia Pallares Carlos Palma Carlos Palma Fluben Palma Rosa Paniagua Fiuby Paniagua Cynthia Paredes Gerardo Parra Julieta Partida Cynthia Patron Salvador Paz Marisa Pecina Nancy Pedregon Claudia Pena Jaime Pena Louie Pena Lupe Pena Nelly Pena Rosie Pena Anthony Perez Chemin Perez Claudia Perez David Perez George Perez Hortencia Perez Julieta Perez Leonel Perez Leticia Perez Manuel Perez Nicholas Perez Norma Perez Ricardo Perez Vickie Perez Eddie Pineda Hector Pineda Mayra Pineda Shelly Plummer Victor Poblano Leanne Poe Julio Ponce Maria Ponce Walter Ponce Jon Poon Jorge Porras Rodolfo Portillo 44 Sophomore! .pn - S' ki ,W For Your lniorrnoiion The Upward Bound Program is an exciting six-week residential experience. Each year, during summer students from Franklin and four other high schools attend the Upward Bound Program at Occidental College, a small, highly selective liberal aits college. The program provides a college-like environment. Students, who live in the dorms on campus for the duration of the program, are assigned a roommate and a residential advisor QR.A.j. The R.A.s are given groups containing about six students which he or she is to counsel. These bright high school students are allowed access to all Oxy facilities such as the library, swimming pool and track. They are given three high school credit classes which contain very small numbers of students, thus allowing more participation and a higher degree of teacher-student interaction. Upward Bound is designed for those stars who are Shooting for a college education. Students are encouraged to apply in their sophomore or junior year in order for them to have a chance of retuming the following summer. nnnn Q. Mal'CO Pl'adO Yvette Pulido A? Kathy Quach "ii' ' Alfred Quimiro ' it Julia Puga Maria Quintanar Nelson Quintanilla . . . msd? Christine Quiroz Abel Ramirez Adalberlo Ramirez Alex Ramirez Alfonso Ramirez Arcadia Ramirez Fernando Ramirez Greg Ramirez li l X Jose Quintana ......... Harry Ramirez Hilda Ramirez Hilda Luz Ramirez Jason Ramirez ,, ax Josefina Ramirez 5? 'i E Lilly Ramirez rp Q . AA 1 Monique Ramirez Ei X Pete Ramirez Robert Ramirez is r ' Sal Ramirez - Saul Ramirez r fs as Armando Ramos r Enrique Ramos Jimmy Ramos R Leonard Ramos 5 Maria Ramos Rossana Ramos . Yolanda Ramos X i." ip Cynthia Razo lm Rllflggaltghderos . s me Remena r Elsa Heil Chris Reyes if Claudia Reyes I Ag lsyanharad Reyes p 1 Jesus Reyes I Ricardo Reyes Richard Reynolds Pricilla Rezendez Ruth Rico Jennie Rios Sophomore: 45 3333333333 If you won the grand prize in the California lottery, what would you do with the money? This very same question was asked of Franklinls sophomores recently and they had very interesting responses. Hoa Duong said, "I would use some ofthe money to pay tor my education and some to help poor people. N Another sophomore, Kathy Quach responded, ulfl won the grand prize in the lottery, I would buy a new house, a new car, and lots ofclothes. ll Other sophomores were very creative. Teresa Diaz commented, ul would take my money and move to the Virgin lslandsf, And Paul Valenzuela said, UI would huy myselfa yacht. U These are just a few of the many things Franklin sophomores would buy with their lottery money. NVhat would you huv? ' . ,,,, ,Q x 5 ggi W' Valentin Rios Victor Rios Gloria Rivas orri Maxine Rivas 3 ,M Carlos Rivera pp Claudia Rivera X Edwin Rivera J Enrique Rivera ..rr s N 41-lfiizis ifiif :if " , ...-- i '-f1 ,i.i r,f if: -.f:::" 'ifr 5 , iilfr-. Sandra Rivera f liiiiiitzz J 3 3 iiiii liiii I 3 :ii ifzi J .ii iii 3 iiii . 3 VVTE 3 Stephanie Rivera R . Wanda Rivera K iif JF' 5 1 ' - Armando Fiivefvll E erra, gf' .,r - . Emilio Robles , ,, ,, , . ..ei t r o E g Jocelyn Robles al A, S fi rbiiiff lpi pe2. Paul Rodarte ' Y 3- I, 3 ,fig . iii. Adriana Rodriguez . 5 55,39 -i H , i X Angela Rodriguez Carlos Rodriguez Cyndi Rodriguez Danny Rodriguez Elaine Rodriguez Georgina Rodriguez Jose Rodriguez Q et' 42- ni ee it Q, NE Jose Rodriguez Judy Rodri9uez e r' ' 3 ife. .,,,,,,gpYy xlgppp pyyy p p p pppppppppp llp p pt Marco Rodriguez ff, . p Marlene Rodriguez : Sy -e ri Q7 ' p. ere.. if gpe: Q W, l , f Miguel Rodriguez J 'tiff . L - ' .gy Pedro Rodriguez p it 3 'gg ' o ggp jf Saydi Rodriguez t " 3 R iii. ..,. ...., 3 3 J' i . ' use Rogers - ii ieer Michael Roldan Claudia Roman Jennifer Rome Jackie Romero Marla Romo Liz Roque S9 sw .. Chris Rose Cabrina Ruiz David Ruiz Eloisa Ruiz Jesus Ruiz Joel Ruiz Joel Ruiz Oscar Ruiz Mabel Saw ' Francis saiandanan Q 'f to 46 Sophomore! N 'S' gi S A 15" t ' .J 1 ' 'ii' v 1 .: , V v ' 5 ' ' ' - '24 S QY- R Es, T731 " y , A X 3' .Qi . ,kik K y A ' K ' i1'li.Zfixf'! sf"-' f' f V . f 1 Ztgtwii-'1 we . L , 3 A V i i V 4 P25-42523 - -- V 'J we 6 5 K 3- K x I s 33 V . Q , tx' i E 1, ' S ' ' r it 'A N-f. fl 1' . Q ' 1 ii i at 'C 1 S XXX awumnmaw I wgM.a WVong is one of the bikers who rode in the s bike-a-thou. Money raised in the project find u cure for diabetes. Jorge Salazar Leticia Salazar Maria Salazar Marissa Salazar Nancy Salazar Victor Saldana Jaime Saldivar Judi Salgado Karen Salgado Maria Salinas Thai Sam Amulto Sanchez Claudia Sanchez Eden Sanchez Erick Sanchez llian Sanchez Jeffrey Sanchez Jorge Sanchez Juan Sanchez Loraine Sanchez Marco Sanchez Maria Sanchez Octavio Sanchez Christian Sandoval Georgina Sandoval Isabel Sandoval Rebecca Sandoval Luis Santa Cruz Emory Santana Juana Santana Frank Santiago Isabel Santillan Ava Santos Yolanda Santos Oscar Santoyo Patty Sayne Maria Scagliotti Otto Schaefer Patricia Scharf Kenny Seanez Damaris Selva Toby Semick Jeronina Serrano Gary Seto Steven Seto Victoria Shorts Antonio Sierra Joe Sierra Maria Sierra Ftudolfo Sifuentes Vincent Sifuentes Mayte Silva Raquel Silva Cesar Silveira Denise Sims Lyle Smith Sophomore! 47 f Lucio Solano Manuel Solano Alex Solares Dianna Solis li. sg 2514, - Flicardo Solis 3 J 'Ha ,, "' '- Annette Solorio - ---I V Richard Sotelo X X f lk X Maria Soto ' i'if1 p Eii, .K T ioiii Z: fe : A T it ii' i'ii t i L , 1 5 ' Lisa Stewart Charles Stidham Jackie Stinnett Cong Su Patricia Suarez Quang Ta Josie Talavera Yuk Yin Tam Mario Taura Nohemy Tellez Todd Ten-Napel Erlin Tenple Mai Thai Nhan Thai Delia Tiscareno Danny To Norma Tobar Roger Tobar Fabian Tolano Patricia Topete Alfred Torres Art Torres Q.. Chl'lS TOHSS K ' ' W Fabian Torres - Gloria Torres Rosa Torres Sergio Torres Yvette Tostado Hoa Tran Huong Tran Phu Tran Thuy Tran Jacqueline Trevino Nga Trinh Dodjie Trinidad Damon Tripp Luz Elena Trujillo Boi Truong Cuc Truong Duong Truong Fionna Truong Hiep Truong Lien Truong Pui Mel Tse Ricky Tse Yilan Tse Malise Tsiu Patrick Tuminello 48' Sophomore: U A, 1 ff' 4 Q, sv.-' ' x . '45 ggi' , -'tai 2.- K .. t gift ttxlxi id -v fs ,Q , if 1 of aims: Q--2 xv ls, T 9 I .ff-"iii, 'ft x 'K xx WISH ,Www-""i N. l 4 ..g- if A ,. Vx' f RTR ,- Riff -l TQ- X VS' at V T' 1 lg.. ,, 6 1 4- , 4 .. ft 1 iittti Q E 0 'V E.- is 'if ' X' ' fn - fu it , ' is -.-,.. f -. 3 J' ,IMA I N . 'tl X , l N Bm ung ie Elizabeth Urbina Cristina Uribe Roben Uribe 4' C xocniu Uribe lrma Uriosteguia X X W ,E E N 4 Q S. Xt H X Jose Urrutia Mike Vail N it Luis Valdes M K ' 3 ' Gustavo Valdez C A T -W Maria Valdivia A I' C Ana Valencia I ' it mhh my ' q 'Vi,- Herminio Valencia xf ,i1 Q V lsidro Valencia K X kbbblk N ll.r lil r Nbik I 3 Jorge Valenzuela .'., i f ' t - - sig -fl' ixb- .. -. 5 Es. Paul Valenzuela l K' C ' -rii Jesus Valle K - g Florencia Vallin gg g l .E Y' 11- n Cynthia Varas B s,sa is X Ben'amin Var as , . N ' g ,..c A .i.r f f irrre V Chris Vargas Q l S Patricia Vargas it X Y Sylvia Vargas R r ' K a Malka Vasconcelos "Lf if Enrique Vasquez Maria Vasquez Rosa Vasquez 5 Si i Q to . 42 is 1 ws.. J... 4' fqwgfi rg . J l. E ai.. 1 P B' N X Pb raukliifs Key Club. Maddox and Shelly Plummer take a break during a car wash for Sonya Vasquez Veronica Vasquez Dzenh Vay Fernando Vazquez Gabriel Vazquez Lisa Vazquez I , . V , Q , 'M , Carlos Vega 1' C R' 'ii Catalina Vega , ,N x, ,. R . .t A is Ernesto Vega ' it ' . ' Juan Vega Maria Vega Q 1 2 f 1- Norma Vega S X Samuel Vega Chris Velardi Jose Velasco Floseann Velasco Tina Velasco Maria Velasquez Marisol Velasquez Efrain Velazquez Juan Velez bl f L x 2. X The social center. William Boonsiriseth, Thontheany Khournso, Hector Camillo, Ngoc Lam and Kathy Ng meet under the shade of one of the quad trees during nutrition. Sophomore: 49 Martin Velez Phillip Venegas Maria Vera Ftigoberto Verdin Gabby Vidal Rosalba Vidales Jaime Villa Guadalupe Villagran Blesila Villanueva Karen Villanueva Orlando Villanueva Emma Villaroman Art Villarreal Kathy Villarreal Alfredo Villaverde Lorena Villegas Maria Villegas Maria Villegas Monique Villescas Juan Virgen Eliot Virtusio John Vuong Phung Vuu Rhonda Waterman Harry Weidlich Jason White Duminda Wickramasekera Gabby Wimmer William Wolf David Wong Larry Wong Phillip Wong Steve Wong Chi-Shun Woo Raymond Woo Winnifred Woo Stacie Wortham Daniel Yamada Gordon Yan Ivan Yen Cindy Yeung lrma Young Steven Zamora Juan Zapata Juan Zaragoza Mariana Zendejas Jian Wen Zhang Fengshu Zhu Michelle Zimmerle 50 Sophomores F X . X 5 . 1.11am goo , it '1 Z gg Y to 5 f e .,,. , H Q 'Ti le Pi? l ' ,a 2 3 4 4 Foyorlte Soohomore Ty. Prooro ms Cosby Show Miami Vice ' Moonlighting ' Growing Pains is 4 mt Monday Night Football , 4 it - Crime Story ' IQ' Cheers 4 Whoi wos The ho roesi Tb 1 no to get used To ot F ro n KI I n 7 1. Climbing the steps to the fourth floor. Beverly Horn 6: The location of my locker on the fourth floor. Richard 2. Coming from a junior high, 1 had to realize that we are Romero young adults. Anonymous 7. The work that teachers give and the school subjects. 3. Getting to know new students and becoming friends with David Lam them. Ann Kim 8. Crossing the bridge to get to my classes. Araceli Jimenez 4. The number of people who played better tennis than me. 9. Calling my homeroom "record roomf' Anonymous Ivan Yen . 10. The crowds in the staiwvays, especially on the second 5. The long lines at nutrition and lunch. Juan De Leon floor. Tammy Laffey Whoi music do you enjoy most? . Whot is your toyorlte group? Depeche Mode 24? D159-30 44075 Iron Maiden 16W Funk 2-QW? The Cure 16'Z2 Heavy Metal 1706 Wham 66k New Wave 17019 Miami Sound Machine 60721 Run D M C 1292 f'Surwy illf1Jf77lllfl0fl was protilied by llzcfollowing record rooms: Ms. Hughart, Ms. Cushon, Mr. Donaglzho, Mr. Fruge, Mr. Cliccchi, Mr, Hyatt, Mr. jaurcgui. Mr. Lopez, Mr. Power, Mr. Schwartz, Mr. Shaffran, Ms. luster and Mr. Porztrellij Sophomore: 51 N 52 Facufiy 114116 111'1' f5'!111a5',' W!!! llllylflif fYlllYYY'Il!!f! f0llIWlz!y fAI7!! l0!7Acy0!l!' A011062 V301 141' fs'q1f11'11111 1111111 1111 111' 114zs'1v'f i1f11111f1vas', will IWUUJY' fAIWl IM' ylllll' y!f!1l4?Y c 4 Q 0111! f1M111111111 111711 yon 1111W1'1'111Wi yum' 114:s'!111y. Curl Schurz FACULTY 'fwsssfmef .1 54 Fczcufiy S er X 1 ga f me X RX S is X N as 1 XXX 1 'K K A Ms. Barbara Ackerman English 10, American Literature, Contemporary Composition Mr. Michael Akhtab Health, Driver Education Ms. Judy Anderson Basic Math, Algebra 1, A.P. Calculus Ms. Doris Archey Counselor Mr. james Avallone Counselor Ms. Ian Avallone Administrative Dean Mr. Cordon Barnwell NVork and Career Advisor Ms. Yolanda Barsuhn Counselor Dr. George Berberich Special Education Ms. Sharon Bergh Government, History, Economics Mr. james Bogie, Jr. Biology, Advanced Physical Science Ms. Maria Borja Spanish 1 and 3 Ms. Nancy Bradway Parenting, Independent Living, Careers with Children M!Sgt. Richard Brandt JROTC Ms. Cail Brown Counselor Mr. Richard Campbell NVeight Training, Team Sports, Baseball and Bee Football Coach, Health Mr. Robin Cardona Health, Team Sports, IV Baseball and Varsity Foot- ball Coach, WVeight Training Mr. George Carone Assistant Principal Mr. joe Checchi Algebra 1, Trigonometry, Physics, Intro. to Computers Mr. jonathan Chui Mandarin 1, ESL 2, Communication Skills Ms. Chris Clark Dean, Girls' Basketball and Volleyball Coach Ms. jill Cushon English 10, Reading for Pleasure, Contemporary Composition, Practical VVriting, American Litera- ture Mr. Charles Donaghho Health, Boys, IV and Varsity Basketball Coach Ms. Ann Douglas Physical Science, Biology, Life Science X ob KQXQX' Ockh Q Ms. Gabriella Doyle History, Basic Math Mr. Malcolm Erskian Life Science, Biology Mr. jose Escobedo Typing Mr. Royce Fagan Driver Education Mr. Robert Fruge Counselor, Accounting, Il istory, Government, Qf Mr. Rick Gamboa Team Sports, Introduction to Art Mr. Keith Gamet Guidance, Leadership Advisor, Paint Service Mr. jeffrey Geltz Special Education Mr. Armando Gonzales Team Sports, Weight Train- ing, Track, Varsity Football Coach Mr. Allan Good Computer Coordinator Emnomlcs Dr. Clementina Gregoire Ms. Myra Fullerton . . . V N , Flvping I, Shorthand, Men- Counsclor. Tennis, ' A tor Teacher Girlsland Boys' Tennis Coach I Twinkfe, Twinkfe L1'h'ie .Star Mentors Heio Mentees Go For felt I had something to offer in light ofmy Qerience in teacher training an adjunct Jfessor or education at the universityf' said '. Clementina Gregoire about her decision become a mentor teacher. She is one offive entors at Franklin. The others are Ms. Terry kevitz, Ms. Hope jeter, Mr. Don Palus and 9. joyce Pratch, who help mentees Mr. bert Hurst, Ms. Beverly Lee, Ms. Marion ster, Ms. Barbara Ackerman, Mr. Michael Jward, Mr. Richard Guzman, Ms. Maria vrja, Ms. Sylvia Narvaez, Ms. Audrey ndall, Mr. Robert jauregui, Ms. Michelle ynolds and Mr. Robin Gardona. The mentor teacher program is designed to lp new teachers adjust and learn ways to im- ove instruction. As Dr. Gregoire, who lches secretarial sciences, stressed, "The e of the mentor teacher is to assist and to idef assuming a leadership role in in- uction. Social science teacher, Ms. Sakevitz, is in r first year as a mentor, and finds the job fills a desire to help others and "upgrade 3 status of teachersn in the system. Officially, mentors and mentees meet twice veek during lunch for discussions, but most of the teachers involved admit these meetings are more akin to social gatherings, or as Mr. Hurst, who began teaching physical and life science just this year said, 'KEveryone seems to have somewhere else to gofl Mentors are, however, given an extra period for counseling and can observe a menteels class at any time. How mentors go about their duties is often a matter ofpersonal style. According to Ms. Sakevitz, some mentors are possessive about their assigned mentees and discourage outside counseling, while others offer advice to whomever will accept it. Mentees, as well, vary in response to mentor aid. Some beginning teachers would rather learn on their own. Mr. Hurst commented, 'Tm one of those people who tries to figure things out by myselff, Some, like Ms. Reynolds, who taught English for five years before coming to Franklin, found themselves on a list of unevvv teachers and so do not make much use of the mentor teacher program. According to Dr. Gregoire, mentors are challenged to build a utrustful relationshipi' with mentees, to establish their function as morale supporters rather than evaluators. The responsibilities ofbeing a mentor must also be balanced with teaching responsibilities. The program itself is faced with the challenge to learn, as it is also new on campus. According to Mr. Hurst, the mentor program, like some of the teachers it aids, needs to gain an organized structure. As Mr. Hurst put it, alt needs a little streamlining here and there. Rachael Myrow, Contributing Writer Facufiy 55 la-...L fs A . ,, .., L T if XT X .S Ms. Marianne Gregory American Literature, Contemporary Composi- tion, Writing Skills Mr. Richard Guzman Contemporary Composi- tion, English 10, Track and Cross Country Coach, American Literature Ms. Mary Hayes American Literature, Youth Community Service, Read- ing for Pleasure, Contem- porary Composition, Practi- cal VVriting Mr. Richard Hansen English 10, Contemporary Mr. Don Hepner Media, English 10, Drama, Audio-Visual Coordinator Ms. Meryle Hirotsu Basic Math, Geometry, Algebra 2 Dr. Abraham Hoffman History, A.P. Ilistory, Health, Academic Decathlon Coach Mr. William Hornbeck Dean Composition, American Literature MS' Elaine Harada , Ms. Catherine Hosharian Algebra I, Geometry, Basic Math Mr. Robert Heister English 9, Contemporary Typing, Clerical Programs Mr. Michael Howard Ceramics, Sculpture N A 1 l Design Crafts Composition, American .Har Search Q1 lil - as .se i s 3 EQ: Q " L :g . 'Sits ' ' 'xi Q f Finding The Right Coreer Poiiis r. Cordon Barnwell is currently the work and career coordinator. He is a former classroom teacher who has helped many students experience the responsibilities and expectations of holding a job. As a former business education teacher, he knows how to deal with students who are not sure of their future careers. He advises them to seek jobs related to their interests or majors. For example, ifa student is a business major, Mr. Barnwell may suggest a clerical job. But a student does not have to have any special interests or majors in order to participate in the work experience program. Many students get involved with the program simply because they want to work or earn high school credit. These students find jobs as salespersons, boxpersons, or worke-rs in fast food restaurants. I 1 The Work experience program is designed to help students find part-time jobs outside of school. This elective is usually offered fifth and sixth periods. Students are required to work a minimum ofl5 hours a week Hur at least 15 weeks in order to obtain the five credits given to them by the program. They also have to attend one work experience class a week. 56 Facufzy There are approximately 380 students pres- ently involved in the program. A current work experience student, Barbara Del Real said, i'Mr. Barnwell has helped me a great deal dur- ing the time I have been involved in the program. He really cares about his students." , f""""af .-4-yr' Mr. BarnWell's job does not end in june most faculty members' jobs. He keeps office open all year for students who wan work during the summer. YVhile otl teachers are on vacation, Mr. Barnwell is b in his office helping students find sumr jobs. In Mr. Barnwellls view, Alt is okay fc student to work, as long as he doesnit negl his studies, a good education is much m important. U Seidy Godinez, Wri mm . L. hi, for is Mr. Andrew Hoyos ESL 1, Guidance, Counselor Ms. Kathy Hughart Contemporary Composi- tion, English 10, Creative VVriting Mr. Robert Hurst Life Science, Physical Science Mr. Earl Hyett Lite Science Mr. Wayne Iwahashi Head Counselor Mr. Robert Iauregui Reading for Pleasure, American Literature, Con- temporary Composition, Practical VVriting Ms. Hope Ieter History, French 1, Econo- mics. Mentor Teacher Ms. Susan Iundanian English 10, Practical NVrit- ing, Great Books, Reading for Pleasure Ms. Marion luster Life Science, Biology Mr. Hideo Kikumoto Technical Drafting, Architectural Drafting Mr. Charles Kleven History, World History, Psychology Ms. Cindy Lee ESL 4, Introductory and Intermediate Reading, Communication Skills Ms. Beverly Lee Basic Math, Geometry Ms. Francis Lemonias Great Books, English 10 Contemporary Composi tion, Expository Composi tion, Counselor Mr. Robert Lester Metal and Machine Shop Mr. William Lomax Contemporary Composi- tion, Great Books, A.P. En- glish, American Literature, Expository Composition WV' Mr. Lewis Lopez Biology Ms. Rose Low Tennis, Health, Cheerlea der Advisor, IV Softhal Coach Mr. Ben Makuta Photography Mr. Ed Markarian Humanities, English 10, Tutoring Coordinator Mr. Gilbert Marquez Graphic Arts Ms. Ian McCarthy International Foods, Begin- ning Clothing, Textiles, Advanced Foods Mr. Rocco Miceli Great Books, English 10, Expository Composition, Contemporary Composi- tion, American Literature Ms. Phyllis Michaelis School Nurse 56' Facufiy Dr. Andrew Middleton Contemporary Composi- tion, English 10, Expository Composition, American Literature, Great Books Mr. Kirby Miskimin Auto Mechanics Mr. Richard Nambu Basic Math, Algebra 1, Soc- cer Coach Ms. Sylvia Narvaez Spanish 1 and 2 Mr. Richard Nolte History Ms. Janette Oakes English 10, Contemporary Composition, Great Books, Expository Composition Ms. Patricia Ochoa Team Sports. Aerohics, Gymnastics Coach, Health, Gymnastics Ms. Maria Olmos Magnet Program Coordina- tor Mr. Francisco Orozco ESL 2 and 3, llulnan Approach to Culture Mr. Don Palus Chemistry, A. P, Chemistry, A. P. Biology, Mentor Teacher Ms. Muriel Pfaendler Biology, Physiology, Chemistry Mr. Fidel Pontrclli Special Education Ms. Sandra Pope English 10, journalism Mr. Ernest Porras Drop-Out Prevention Program Coordinator Mr. Charles Power History Ms. Joyce Pratch VVorld History, History, Government, Economics, Mentor Teacher Mr. Richard Quan Marching Band, Guitar, Beginning Instruments, Basic Math Ms. Audrey Randall French 1, 2, 3 and 4 Mr. Geoffrey Rauen Basic Math, Algchra 1 and 2, Geometry Ms. Michelle Reynolds English 10, Expository Composition, G rcat Books Ms. Terry Robinson Math Analysis, Algebra 2 Mr. Ed Rosas Principal Mr. Milton Rothschild Typing, Accounting Mr. Allan Rowe Math Analysis, Algehra 2 ,,..... ttf' ' z iiil N , 1 rfl assr r' ,, ' .s . 51 asf if - . -1,55 T ff3Q1GE',f1? 5: .r. 3 4 .f- .-f f , . . X fs i Z ' . . s .,... .. . . .... . if Vp K x 'fi f f ' .NT f ' lf ,Q L ai 'YA W i iw. - E .L -jp r his , Q. 2 S gk . ...a . 'ff ....... . in. A K Q E N T . fifieiilf ic r gi " . .- ' -'-' "'s" l 1 I-Self " X .gr W' For Those ost people do not realize how fortunate anklin is to have a librarian as dedicated and 'ing as Ms. Linda Tigner. She is more than t another librarian. Ms. Tigner graduated from Pomona llege and became an English and social sci- Se teacher. Later, she realized that what 2 really wanted to be was a librarian. YVith s in mind, she went back to library school il earned her masterls degree at the Univer- yf of' Southern California. She has been in F field of library science for 14 years. The library is open from 7:30 in the morn- Q to 4:00 P.M, But unlike some other high Sgt. Rohert Rumrill IROTC Ms. Terry Sakevitz C-overninent, Economics, History, Mentor Teacher Ms. Leigh Sato Tennis, Team Sports, Varsity Softball Coach, Drill Team Advisor Mr. jerry Schwartz Art Production, Drawing. Introduction to Art Mr. Iohn Shaffran Physical Science Mr. Robert Sheppard Special Education. Wres tling Coach Ms. Gloria Sierra Assistant Principal Mr. Frank Smith Introduction to Computers, Computer Programming Who Seek Knawfecfge, Look To on Sior school librarians, Ms. Tigner leaves the library open during lunch and nutrition to accomodate students who may need her assistance but find it difficult to come any other time. Helga Asatoori, a senior at Franklin said, uThroughout the years I have been here, I have found the library very usefiil. I have had to write numerous research papers, and I have found most ofthe informa- tion in the Franklin library, with the help of Ms. Tignerf' 1, 'W 155-xiii. i Q is Being a librarian is not an easy task. Ms. Tigner is usually swamped with work. Ifshe is not organizing the library, she,s preparing special lessons for classes, or ordering new materials, or doing what she does best, help- ing the students and staff tap into information available in the library. Under Ms. Tigneris management, Franklin has one ofthe best high school libraries in the school district. Thanks, Ms. Tignerl You truly are a Star. A Seidy Godinez, Writer Facufiy 59 . .. f XFN 'A Q3iii:+4V ssi I krlih i 5 N, - ,ili . , is , ,.,, , , ,CMM,,.iw,1gg qu- '1- www 'Qs-Q-. 5 My A' a, fig. - W l "' FN ll Dr. Francisco Soldevilla French l, Spanish 2 and 3 Mr. john Spencer Senior Cuhinct Advisor, Athletic Director Ms. julic Stahrowslci ESL 1, lntrocliictory and Intcrincclizitc Heading, Basic Mail. Ms. Linda Starliper Counsclor, M ugnct Progmin Cililflllllklllll' Ms. Hazel Stoll History, llcalth Mr. Clint Taylor English 10, Spccch Mr. Jerry Taylor English 10, American Litcrzi- turc. Contemporary Compo- sition Ms. Linda Tigner Lilmiiiuii Dr. Gene Touchct English lil, Contcinpoi'airx Composition, Aincric-an Lita-raturc, Accrcclitution Cooriliiizitor Mr. Paul Trivers Spanish I and 2 Ms. Gwen Tunac Iligh School Math, Basic Math Mr. jon Utsunomiya Algchra 1, Bcc!Ccc Buskcthall Coach, Boys' Volleyball Coach L X1 pf i J N I s x ffl!-'..,l.J QJLLQ F A 'of' J' 15, . of ,Q- of ,Ss sig A 0, ff ,gli 1 -. 'ff'-6' 4 ' ji' -1ii",f5.f at 'KW 31 M X X 'K fi N 5 1 S C -A 'A s X I, ff, ' iii? xffi -,K f4i:L as . MSF "uwqihNW W? CNC? . 6 X X' ,fy Z.. 45,,y-,fn N 0 -MX 5 F-'LN ji-r-4 ' f4'f , ' 5 ..., K'-sxx"'.r 60 Facufzy 45. Ms. Carol Wiegmann Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Modern Dance, Track Coach, Team Sports Ms. jean Wong Painting, Drawing, Intro- duction to Art Mr. Roger Valdez Spanish I, Introduction to Reading Mr. Armenak Vardavarian Electronics, High School Math MV- James Ward Mr. jack Wright Wood Shop College Advisor Ms. Nancy Watson Mr, Frank Yee Counselor Geometry, Algebra I sf- J "t . '55 fa i i Q' Q Q i , if A , I N. ' X For Hands- On Experience , Theyie Qui of This Woriol 1 Jvery day at lunch they gather to talk, eat 1 "solve the world's problemsf, They are anklin's industrial arts teachers, a group of men dedicated to passing on their know- lge of industrial arts to any student willing take a shop class. These days, however, fewer students do so, und as they are by the standards of Senate l813, passed last year, which, in requiring are academic classes to graduate, inhibits e taking of advanced industrial arts el- iives. Vlr. Bruce Carnaham, a former Franklin ,cher who now substitutes, spoke of a diil ent time, about 18 years ago, when uthere s a philosophy that every student should iduate with a saleable skill. I The popularity of that philosophy has appeared to suffer with time though, and many do not benefit from the 97 years ofcombined teaching experience the industrial arts department has. Who are these teachers? Mr. Robert Lester teaches machine shop Qwith 23 years behind him, heis the senior of the groupls Mr. Hideo Kikumoto, architecture and drafting, Mr. Gilbert Marquez, graphic arts and printing, Mr. Kirby Miskimin, auto, Mr. Armenak Vardavarian, electronics, and Mr. james Ward, wood shop. Aside from needing five years of college training, industrial arts teachers are required to have an additional tive years of experience in their respective industry and vocational accreditation. According to Mr. Miskimin, shop teachers ucan make more money in in- dustryf, but make sacrafices because of their dedication to teaching. It is the possibility of an industrial job the department offers to those who go beyond the beginning levels. As Mr. WVard said, for students with skills, "starting pay is better than minimum wagef, VVith these con- siderations in mind, the shop teachers wait for more students with a love for the industrial arts. Where can these teachers be found? They meet for lunch in the industrial arts department otlice, as always. Rachael Myrow, Contributing Writer I-'acuity 61 r, L,,..v 2 hh.. W-nn..f X 3. fi .s..e....X, 5. a- -- I 4 X., wE?:l f ! ff J 'rf ,ax 1 far 1. Security and School Police CL-RJ: Mr. Roger Silva, Ms. Mary Daugherty, Mr. jerry Hardig, Mr. Mark Tunac. 2. Work Experience Office: Mr. Gordon Barnwell and Ms, Esther Gonzales. 3. Textbook Clerk: Ms. Norma Gonzalez 4. Educational Aides: Ms. Esther Gonzales, Ms. junio Martinez, Ms. Mary Martinez, Ms. Joyce Roehl. 5. Teacher Assistants, Front Row CL-Rl: Ms. Marilyn Cladney, Ms. Maria Garcia, Ms. Rita Calle, Ms. Terry Encarnacion. Back Row: Mr. Dat Do, Ms. Lcyla Quintana, Ms. Ha Chi, Ms. Peggy Miller, Mr. Quac 62 Facwffy SS at .psi of .a-QF? ... 4 ..f: .ff xv.. 4 ---:Q"L f ,X "" 1. Counseling Office: Ms. Taki Kaneko, Ms. Paulette Martinez, Ms. Cyn Pitpitan. 2. Student Store: Ms. Teri Endo, Ms. Antonia Rios, Ms. Norma Cortez. 3. Magnet Office Secretary: Ms, Norma Terrones 4. Attendance Office: Ms. Cheryll Ybarra, Ms. Liz Martinez, Ms. Doreen Pena. 5. Main Office: Ms. Christina Patino and Ms. Elizabeth King. 6. Cafeteria staff, Front RowtL-RP: Ms. Rosa Best, Ms. julie Gonzalez, Ms. josephine Estrella, Ms. Margarita Gomez. Second Row: Ms. Eula Stepp, Ms. Olivia Arlotta, Ms. Stella Restivo, Ms. Marial. Salazar, Ms. Eloisa Estrada, Ms. Rose Rader, Ms. Helen Birch. Third Row: Ms. Certie Hengstler and Ms. Blanche Fernandez. Facwfzy 63 64 junl'or.r ".K7'!l0f1, H if r1f1,s'z0r7'f'zf Q fiffm Allf ffy fyfml, aww! cwfzfff fm! f1 z1J5z5' fn' lm! ff z lxfvkzfffs' frwnwx. if Dante Cbofbn, 1988 Liza Abacl Flaul Abaroa Edgar Acevedo Salvador Aoevea -Jesse Acoeta lvlaria Acoaca Pamela Adachi Jose Aguilar Lula Aguilar Flichard Aguilar .Javier Aguilera Ali Ahmadian Nlaryam Anmadian Adam Albar-ran Flene Alcala Belinda Aldana Armando Alfaro Peter Alfaro Nlaria Alqulcira Claudia Altarnirano Nleroed Altzarnirano Larry Alva lvlaggie Alvarado Gina Alvarenga Adrian Alvarez Claridad Alvarez Carmen Alvarez Mario Alvarez Flossane Alvarez .Javier Arnaro Floland Amit Tonya Andrade Gloria Angulo Alvaro Arciga lrrna Arellano .John Arellano Flooio Arguetsa Benson Aricayoa Eva Arnaud lvlary Arnold I 66 junior: The Class ofy88 will need 3 niiniininn M1220 crcciits to graciuatc. By the and 0ftilL'll' olvvviitli gratis, i'Yl'l'f'.llll1llll' innst ligne- at ll-asl I60 L-rs-clits. including 50 crrcclits required iiflllll llic ninctli grade. Tliuy llllISt also have SllCCt'SSi'lliiy passed three coiiipvlciic-y vxanis in rcauliiijl. writing and niathcmatical computation. The- Sllib-i4'Cf rcqlliremvnts arc' llic Sillllkl as tliosc lor sopliolnorcs. llowcvcr, tlie- Uiiivvrsity' ol' fiklilillfllif rcqilirciiiciltsarcabitdiHb1'eiitilJrtliosv students wishing lo altcnci il U,C, collcgv. lim-li Shllilllli is 1'c'qliii1-cl lo take' one yclai' ol' US, liislory oi one semester of US. history and onv sm-iiwstei' of U.S, govuriiiiicntg four years ofvullvgc pn-parato1'y liiiglislig llircc years oli liilglu-r maths-' inaticsgonc yf-ar ofa lalioratory sciciiu: two years ciffiiivigii illllgllklgbf and eight sviiicstcrs 0iillfiYllllL'L'Ci L'0lll'SUXYOI'k in inatli, lfnglisli, sc'iciicc. foreign illllgllllj.fC. social science or fini' arts. 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Barcelona Kristie Barela David Barraza f Ernie Barraza Felix Barrera N WHITE Miguel Barrios Luis Bautista Maria Bautista Martha Becerra Bervando Beltran Guillerrnina Benitez Vance Bennett Alex Berber Desar Betarizos Kevin Black Ratrlcia Bolivar Stacy Bonadonna Mona Bonilla T, Boonsiriseth Deanna Boucher Rich Branscornbe Robert Branscornbe Julie Broadfoot Catalina Burciaga Fernando Burciaga Christi Burgos Monica Gabral Roger Dalero Yolanda Dambero l-iortencia Darnpos Ricardo Campos Juan Canizaces Jeanneth Canlas Yvonne Dano uniorx 67 B6 Lloyd Capistrano gA'i Alejandro Carbayal zlx' Trisha Carbajal A , Juan Cardona I flb .L i-,gf Flani Carlos Kirby Carranza V -, Luz Carranza K Niaribel Carrasco K I fig! Frank Carrillo I H I im 'khk Louie Carrillo Nlacarena Carrillo 5 Ivlargarita Carrillo ' , . .John Casey A Adriana Cassani - L Bertha Cascaneda I ex Luoilo Castaneda ' l Flebecca Cestanecia ' ggrg ii' r Steve Castaneda t'b A Ik Q ' Ana Castillo q zt' I 2. ' ., , Diane Castillo . K it .Jose Castro Q ' z NQQI Fluben Castro Q tk xx , .Jose Cebreros :P ill xi rr I 4 LUIS GMS afee 3 it K I ll nv 1 Adela Cervantes l',:. r Alfred Cervantes K .Joel Cervantes as K IU .Jose Cervantes -- t 6 Abel Chaoon 1 N ' Gar Chan y 'T Julian Chan 'ir K l t Keelan Chan A x , ii lvianoa Chan I Tat Chan Charles Chapman ,, Brandon Chatham nh ' " lVIy Chau i X an A p .Jose Chavez K' fi 9 Q Q Luoe Chavez I K . . Riley Cherry f F v . h ' Q xiixsgs Kei Cheung K C'C:gi I I Clylh Wen Chew I ' I I K' Kia Chiern N Q' 'm 4 Q, P .Q Q. Sylvia Cho i 1 K Q W Danni! Chu K ' 'lf' X - .Joslyn Chung 'Xl I ,X x -v 3 Dalila Ciprlan Q L fp 6 I J ' e bb Cl K of " 1' l ' I' f O V at :Dai it: it E1 From Denmark to FHS his year, we are proud to welcome Peter Kongsgaard Hansen to Franklin as an exchange student ilroin Denmark. MI had to search lor a sponsor organization, till out an application and get letters of recommendation froin teachers, parents and friends heiore I got accepted," Peter explained. While attending Franklin as ajunior, Peter is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Leverich. uOncc I get home from soccer practice or games, I do my homework and watch television," smiled Peter, uBut I miss my parents and iriends in Dcninark." The schools in Denmark are ditierent from Franklin in many ways. Peter said that teachers have to move from classroom to classroom in Denmark. Students receive grades from I to I3, I3 heing the highest possihle. Students linish liigli school in the ninth or tenth grade at the age ofI5 or I6. Students in Demnark may have the same teacher lor tive or six hours a day. Lastly, the schools in Deninark are much smaller than Franklin, When june comes, Peter will return home. He admitted that. "I will miss the iamilv I am living with, mv friends and the warm California xveatherf' Franklin will miss him too. 66' juniors 539 KX, 5 :tx , tt. ' , X 1. 'im hifi, ' - it F.. rv !Qi 'Q Lia? Vox L l L5 L P..n.l i g L .Lam wg QTLLL1. KL-f UMW " ' i X ,LM . 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L "-- L V- -- . -- girl L K , - Q LL x i L E LL ,QL ,.. ii? ,X , 'Q M 19 Q wwf X xwr xk Nl' W X ff? i SRX X :L . 3 QS f lVlario Concreras Celia Cortez Carlos Coverrubias Nlanuel Covarrubias Gabriela Crowe Eric Cruz l-lariberto Cruz Luis Cuevas .Joy Curnba Fienalda Dailey Thuy Dang lvlario De La Cruz Luis De Lao Adrian De Naya Alfred De Nava Alfonso De Silva Carlos Del Cid Floss Del Cid Israel Delgado Fflafael Delgado .Jed Dennis Eric Dias Esperanza Diaz Hector Diaz lvlaria Diaz lVlarieol Diaz lvlyra Diaz Richard Diaz Hoa Diep Diep Do Doreen Dominguez Yvonne Downing Ngoc: Du Oscar Duenae Virginia Duenas Arthur Dulnuan Karen Duinuan lvliohael Dunkel l-loa Duong Phuoc Dzieng Van Dzieng David Echavarria James Encinas Yirn Eng Paula Escobar Patricia Escobedo lvliguel Esparza Elizabeth Espino lvliguel Espinoza Rudy Espinoza Angie Estrada Lorenza Estrada Flebeoca Estrada Fflhoderick Fapros Jose Fajardo Sarah Farrell wn1'or.v 69 Charmaine Faulkner Arpad Fener Lupe Fernandez Delia Figueroa Dellmy Figueroa .Joaefina Figueroa Roxana Figueroa Eric Fiore Eddie Floree Tina Flores Gary Fontan Nlariela Fraire Nlary Lou Fraire lvlattinevv Frakea Enedina Franouez Fluaeell Freeeland Hilda Friaa .Juan Fuentes Camille Galindo Danny Galindo Patricia Galindo Armando Gallo lrma Galvez Melinda Gamboa Anthony Gamez Dina Garay Eulmaro Garcia Gamelia Garcia Edwin Garcia Esperanza Garcia Gabriel Garcia Guillermo Garcia .Julio Garcia Luebutzar Garcia lvlarco Garcia Ivliczie Garcia QlCEI"ClO Garcia Dawn Garibay Herman Gayia fvlaria Gavia Samuel Genie Walter Genie Kenny Ginger Blanca Godinez Alicia Gomez Ceaar Gomez Claudia Gomez Corey Gomez Evelyn Gomez Felix Gomez Helen Gomez Jose Gomez Olga Gomez Susan Gomez Caroline Gonzales German Gonzales 70 juniors X i, ., W f ii 2' sflixflfi x ', . . -- 5 1 F, i -i fill 5- g-',li .JS iv-Q gf 'E ,. !-,L mr. 'df 5 fa ,i lli" ' iii 5 - -if 1 y . ,,.. K l , yi V ' G I Y ll he ilf fff gl S A :nhl 1 xl A- milk. 1-oak x . aw v 1 - X, ' 2 fi? ll surf as . , .,.. , ,...i as A X in l c .Q l 1 r gffffi ' .Q S ET: mm N -. - '- . Pf , A .Q ,tgp wc ,..x. K - wg l 2 l Telephone Talk. Arielle Michaut calls 21ll'l6l1ClCl.llfll1g a break hetweeu classes. The phones are usually crow- ded during nutrition and lunch. x First the PSAT5 Then the SAT Aitc'i' an exhausting week in school, most juniors and sophomores gave up their precious Saturday, Octoher 1?-Sth to take a two-hour exam, the PSATXN MSQT QPreliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test!National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Testl. UI took the PSAT to prepare tor the SAT,w said junior Nelson Quan. Eva Arnaud took the PSAT hecause of the scholarship available to high scoring students. Some students came prepared like Luis Romero, who said, HI studied alot hecause I take this test very seriously, and I have a class over at Occidental College that also helps me." XVhat do students learn from taking the test? MI learned how to think quickly and critically under pressure." said Caroline Gonzalez, while joy Cumha learned how not to panic and pace herself. Cindy XVilson encourages future PSAT takers not to he ncrvousg nervousness only lowers scores. MAlways huild your vocahulary even if it is at a rate of one word per week," advised Pam Adachi. "Learn from the results and study the suhject in which you are weak," added Ivan Yen. All in all, the recom- mc ndation li om most students was MQ o for lt' There is nothing to lose and every- thing to he gained Frances Gonzalez Hector Gonzalez lsaloel Gonzalez Lisa Gonzalez Ivlanuel Gonzalez .L M- su Nlike Gonzalez K JWHIQEKI Paulo Gonzalez ' p I Sandra Gonzalez Vince Gonzalez Y' i ,, s M., :Ml -1' 13,1 A Ivlike Gossett gp X K Erik Grirnes ' IVlelinda Grinde Flelna Guevara S S Veronica Guevara Lilian Guido Alex Gutierrez K Cindy Gutierrez Daniel Gutierrez 6- + .Jose Gutierrez Juventino Gutierrez lvlarie Gutierrez lvlanuel Guzrnan Steve Hall Yvette Hall an Ann Hang i Peter Hansen fi: A is Van HEL, Bill Hawkins Tnida Hern Gnerry Herarnls . Q 1 K . Anna Hernandez Arnie Hernandez Daisy Hernandez Francisco Hernandez Hector Hernandez Ignacio Hernandez .Jose Hernandez Lula Hernandez .V ,E K . lvlarlcela Hernandez Flocio Hernandez sk XR? Veronica Hernandez l 1 x g 1' .im , 5 5 fl. an mfs .-.s.1Ji. F E Tony Herreion Arlene Herrera Loanne Hizo Klnann Ho ' a Heather Hoang X? N' f : ' Guyen Hoang W Georgina Holguin uniorx 71 Stephanie Holguin Charlotte l-losaflook Nu Hua Nlireya Huerta Carlos l-luertas l-lenry l-luezo Silvia Huitron Giabuu l-luynh Jesus lbarra Julie lem Posie lniguez Pablo Jauregui Jennifer Jimenez Jose Jimenez lvlario Jimenez Patricia Jimenez Alsira Jiron Paul Kearns Steven Kelemen Ki-Jin Kim Brent Kingsforcl Brian Kozaki Ann Krantz Nora Krenz Christine Kwan l-lenry Kwan Helena Kwok Audrey Kwong Betty Lam Tuan Lam l-lurnberto Lara Oscar Lara Jerrold Larranaga l-lieu Le l-loa Le Tuan Le Paquel Leal Bok-Soon Lee Jorge Lee Stela Lepe Celia Leung Jackie Leyva Tabitha Li Ay Lim lvlui Liu Flene Lizano Nlaurioio Loaroa Antonio Lopez Enrique Lopez Ernesto Lopez Leonard Lopez lvlanuel Lopez lvlaria Lopez lvlarlon Lopez Nlonioa Lopez Norma Lopez Pablo Lopez Raquel Lopez Flonnie Lopez Sonia Lopez 72 junior: -V WSH L Q- E ttty Ex x' X f... 5, il -6 ,fl X X A Y l 9 P. QM.. v- 57 cg I. R Q . Q i i veqxzx ' , w 6 Xa Xi T 5? fi iii ' U , L LRE Q 53 ig lg ... 5 Q- , vgig xl J W iiiiiiiig . i xii - H - L W . ,..... ytt L yi :-ff '- ' -Exif?-I 5 g -. f- wx L , 'R 'tii 1 if tw , X ig? tg L i J ii i ,ii fi i .. 4 4 -u -. , 1 "' 'EY i A X N ' f ,L 4 1 in vi I- am -? . xl is 2, .X N ,W 3 J 1? ,i AN. l ..f.i,, fm' i 1 Q 4 X X if Q . i f , .- ,, - .1 Q U . i I M QM tg e e i - p .. p .. 'T Q' X . l -J iz T X gl by H sed Typical junior Boy ot S0 Typical he typical junior boy does many things that a Sophomore or senior boy would not. The junior hoy knows when good food is being served in the cafeteria for lunch. He knows how to avoid the large crowd ofstudents stuck in the stainfvells when walk- ing to class. He does not have to worry about finding someone to take to the prom for another year, hut he makes plans anyway. The junior boy, like Ki Jin Kim is very different from other students. v .. kg i ka.. A va, nf l - ' , i fi T "' K :sp K K -V 1 . 1 ,. kj' TK. ' i .41 Victor Lopez Dioeelina Lorenzo Maria Lozano Thu Lu Terra Lucero .Jeaua Luevano Catherine Lugo Luia Lugo Loc Luong Wendy Luong l-loa Ly Van Linh Ly Anthony Madrid Jeaenna Madrigal Luz Madrigal Fiicardo Magallon Maricela Magana Marisol Megane Alfredo Maldonado Nelly Maldonado Joseph Manalili Irnelda Mares Monica Marin Yvonne Marin David Martin Efrain Martinez .Jude Martinez Leonor Martinez Lydia Martinez Marco Martinez Michelle Martinez Miguel Martinez Clberlina Martinez Paacual Martinez Rachel Martinez Fiobert Martinez Luie Mata Mariana Mata Nuno Mata Michael Maynor Marina Mc Dougal Vince Mc Cann Caeeandra Medina Gerald Medina Veronica Medina Victor Medina Yolanda Medina Laura Melia Gerardo Mendez .Jose Mendez Jose Mendez .Judith Mendez Edith Mendiola Ana Mendoza Maria Mendoza Fiachel Mendoza Evelyn Merloa Arielle Mlchaut Lucia Millan Pulido Sam Miller wniors 73 The One and Only he junior girl is unique. She does not act childish anymore, hut she is not quite reacly to depend on herself. She has expectations for her senior year, hut wishes to be a sophomore again because ofthe good memories and easier classes. Because she has no car ofher own and most ofher friends do not drive, she spends her evenings at home studying. At school, the junior girl can he spotted carrying a heavy hook hag and even heavier purse filled with hair spray, make-up, food, and sometimes a change of clothes. Her favorite topic of conversation is hoys. The junior girl is definitely a twinkling star. . 'ii'. ' Sepafm Mipabal U ,QL iiii,,.i.,.. K Q . ,... Albert: lvlirarnontsea 1 7 -1 11 R22 Denise Nliyaensro 4 .. Q... . Nancy Nlojica il S Adriana lvlolina . I kk Q Nlartzna Ivtoiina Roberto Molina Fiaquel Nlongea Pima Nlontanaro Luie Nloncano George Montero .Jeeue Montoya Karina rvlora Litza More Salvador Nlora Mem 551 . I L il Slxfmx 3 a QF. eff? is-351 N521 Qafliiivf f -' -"' K lviarla Nloralee - ---- Mark Morales . gal 1 Q .Juan Nloreno 'gr .Julian Moreno Nancy Nloreno I Floaa Moreno X ., 2 Flncnard Nlorgan i W if X Q f ' 5 V Cesar Narro i I' P I. S Frankie Nava Sandra Navarr-ence Eddie Navar-rece Guadalupe Navarro Nliguel Navarro Natalie Navarro 1 Q Q I Rf 2 -X 41 J A Vpu.. , Beatrice Nevarez in Chun Www N9 dl - 7244 Xklf 4 Derrick Ng Pnong Hai Ngniern Clarn Ngo Hao Vinn Ngo Hy Vinh Ngo 4' N, r K,-. nf- 3 as -. X , w if- r .M . .M ' tiv- 4 1 Hann Nguyen t ivlinn-Trang Nguyen - Nguyen Nguyen .W S A LE Vinh Van Nguyen Erneatsuna Nieno Florennnno Nievee Luis Norinda Ana Nunez Sergio Nunez Vanessa CJ'IVIeara Fluby Ocarnpo 74 juniors an.. as K ,gszeza at re e pp s.ikk p 'p -p ,goat Sgt 5 it 4 ' ' wtfnf' 'hw .. T1yL.:?:'2"'H , ig, I 55, Wai it 4 x ' 'iii fi gpgi ,.., 5 ' .3 W H1 at V ., X Q E ' 5 3.3 W ir '55 9' M . .Q ev - I1 , Q . ' . l ,JUQ N , X, lj Satisfy 1 Y i t an NF Q. Q A KX xi my v . if 5 5 A , V '- R 1 ' rr' ...Q ,ti M . 1 , -Q . - - Q K , -av, is K ,S . Q - , - f . Sf 1 4 K " K -,"9K' K ' KK x ,. -1 fl' ix sl R R b l 1, K X -. -K .. '. 4 - K ll f C 5333 f to f f ? f l 4- QQ .7 K l x.., - K.::K.KKK1 I ,K - .. 1 is . l Q K Iffff' -,gg K K ii. I - .1,,,,, E A Q5 f ax , K , - fl Q .. K M.. N .- X 3 ,Q 1 5 xx. K. I 5 WL - ififfviyg Nlllll R -:wx ll XXX Nw ' XNL' M -ll.. .. .... A -F. A:., . ' Q el 2 is 'F O X rl ai? 5 .L 3, Q Qs i , me ,, 'X V. lx rl K K A C fn ' N El , Q, 4 , +1 l --0 fx '25 . E ' ,. . . KK dv K . KK R no A. no R- CCS, K, lx . U L -4 ' vs- I l , , .iffifi . " . K K ,gi ,Q :Q ,ni ' - K K K Q.-l 1 ' - E L-,, 'I M, L A. as 5 l -4-, l l l , 'riff' 'Y' 1yi"'.w.s'f JK ,3'J?g . 1. -1: 4 Siu Man Lee smiles uftc-1' reccivillg il passing grade on Mr. Palus, A.P. lmiulugy cxauu. Yvonne Ochoa Acela Opeda Nell Olbes Johan Olea Angelica Onate Elva Orellana Roxane Or-nelas lvlike Oropeza Rornooso Orozco Carrnen Ortega Sandra Ortega Edsel Ortiz VValdyr Ortiz l-logo Osorso Shad Otero Gabo Oyarzo Oenise Pacheco Wllllarn Radmlla .Jarnes Raisano Robert Rallus Asmed Ralorno Luis Raniagua Rolando Rarada Lorraine Rarker Harold Ratron l-lnlda Rena Alberto Rerez Cynthia Rerez Felipe Rerez Jolene Perez Ivlsohael Rerez Zarah Rerez .Jon Retrle IVly-Trinh Rhung Oac Rhuong Charles Roe Valentin Rooesou Alberto Rrado .Jasnde Rreclado Ivllchael Rroa Jose Roga lvlarla Roga Chris Rozlo Rbat Ouach Nelson Goan Frank Ouevedo Crane Oointanllla VVllllar'n Oolntanllla lvlarla Gunntero Carlos Rarrnrez Elizabeth Rarnxrez Jose Ranwlrez lvllchelle Rarnirez Cecilia Rarnos Robert Ramos Laura Redford uniorx 75 .Jay Respicio Edith Reyes Juan Reyes Luis Reyes Santiago Reyes Wilson Reyes Carmen Rico Sylvia Rios Emmanuel Rivera John Rivera Gscar Rivera Carmen Robles Fernando Robles Yvette Robles Carmen Rodriguez .Jose Rodriguez Luz Rodriguez lvlaria Rodriguez lVliguel Rodriguez lvliguel Rodriguez Oscar Rodriguez Rosa Rodriguez Silvia Rodriguez Sylvia Rodriguez Gloria Rojas Raquel Rojas Ana Romero Armando Romero Claudia Romero Luis Romero Ronaldo Rondaris Kathy Rose Nlelissa Ross Brandy Royloal .Jacqueline Ruiz Josephine Ruiz Laura Ruiz Nlaria Ruiz lvlarivel Ruiz Kenneth Saffold Dora Salas Lucy Salazar Leticia Saldana lvlanuel Saldana Rachel Saldana Arlene Sales Luis Salgado Raffai: Salim Eric Salvado Samantha Samaniego Adriana Sanchez Angela Sanchez Carlos Sanchez Chrisisine Sanchez Ernesisina Sanchez Fernando Sanchez 7 6 junior: .v uw: R fix 5 kv "ff, V. ' LA Ln ii L i.Li L Nik 'Qi mi Q vw A kk If . R11 'A 414' Q ....W Q K R' in Y R is rw X212 x REX 1x :Nazi-"T , '- xi is ggi, V1 F X -l . H., - ' QE? TW ' ...,- so -.f'Y'ig.Sj5 K X F "' ' xp K 1 if , R 1' i g , E if f' if gem 'E I .. ,. :LN 5 6' N 5 2 - J.. ' i .1 Q55 i I .. . - S ' K 'Y ' ' ai 5 ' Q If Q 1 f Tr 3 , iii Q "'. s x tg Y X L, if E a ' ear Y . if v 1 - A ' wi' .. si in 1. S W st 'Q . s ,. 9 i Hector Sanchez Minerva Sanchez Patricia Sanchez is Sandra Sanchez Y Jacqueline Sandoval 1 1 Lilia Sandoval Luz Maria Sandoval Aracely Santana :gi - .A Amparo Saucedo I gl" . L . Esther Sauza ' K ,wi +V V , , . M y Michael Segura " 3' S i ZEI E Ondina Serrano ' iiii R , if Adriana Sevilla p i If ik I w gp Michael arwadrick LN T T E K NQXWFL It W I' Matthew Shelley S. i ill iif l 'E T ' L'-l1. ,"'., 5 Jennifer Sherwood Yolanda Sifuentea Alex aiiva - Danny Siu Gina Snowden Bertha Solis Edith Solorio . ia? 'x 'X X Joae Soaa ' , Sxltliil 45 Srithip Sreathaohunlarp ,QW J x 'Q ry. - - -- -, : -gc Brenda Stebner 1 Q' E 1 S Y .. , Cameron Stone T -W . sy, IE -f J 'N g Q, Ji. San Su , at .. Inga Suarez 12 pi 54 ii' Kam SY X -- . , - ' K Amy Stallings , K Q 5 .4 fi i ' Admir Tabora X 35, Brenda Talleh Charlotte Tang f ,, , Eugene Tang M . - 6 Abraham Tarin 5 M David Tay N! ' ' Toby Terpenning . X i l N N X- R N 2 X . .- .. Hai Thai Kelly Thai Lam Thao .. -Q Thavrin Thap Meliaaa Thoat . i i Tina Tiacareno Daniel Tomlinson Emma Tornero iv- ifl Xl I Wendy Thai s X Y X S X Zi Alvin Torres Making cz Dqfference Clcrziii cainpus is an activity that a specific tcain, cluh or organization partici- patcs in cach Wcck. Its purposc is to help kccp the campus clcan and encouragcs the Franklin students to throw thcir wastc into the trash cans. Clean campus occurs claily for scvcn ininutcs aftcr nutrition and lunch. This would not hc ncccssary if every stuclcnt was rcsponsihlc lor throwing away his or her litter. Kccp Franklin shining, Panthcrsl uniars 77 Grisel Torres Valentin Torres F- fviinh Khai Trac fi ' J . " TriTrec we W . 1 fi' 1 Gia Tran Q A X 'i f K Q Q Khoa Tran 4' in Kien Tran tx K ' Linh Tran E X K Norman Tran K Thi Tran Va n Tra n "' K f Dennis Tremblay N 1 K Nhu Trinh tn "' vw ' ' w- A T xi ' pn-L 1. X 1 at f ' 3 1 s ,S ,, j Eric Trujillo X Helen Trujillo X xi K' H X ..,-, v, s Nancy Truong 4 aia, e 1 lii Nelly Truong Connie Tsui Erica Tyron i U3 x I .F , 0 'S M Q Edwin Llmana Nlaria Uribe Ficberto Vado Oscar Valenzuela 9 . dx s" lvlaria Uribe N.,-,, b -nw ck if is t K Juan Valle Francisco Vallin lvlaria Vargas Nancy Vargas Lesvia Vasquez Louie Vasquez Fioselia Vazquez Carolina Vega Lorena Vega Marianne Vega .Jordan Velasco Xochibl Velasco Frances Venegas an Albert: Vidrio sk Claudia Villagornez " Alicia Virarnontzea H Avey Virtusio Ha Vong Phan Voong ,Qi , get Thai Vuong . L Tuan Vuong E I Ivlonnque Walton i .1 ' Li Wei - Cynthia Wilson S tored Away Stars avid Tay, Nelson Quan and Thavrin Thap spend their nutrition and lunch times serving the students 0fFranklin High. They work for ' a total offifty minutes and are paid 951.25 a day. Ivan Yen and Han Yoo, however, work in the student store for Athenian hours. uXVorking in the student store, sometimes, is not very pleasant because some students give us a lot of problems. However, we try to do our best to serve the students and our supervisors. Problems aside, 1 like to work in the student storefy commented Thavrin Thap. Han Yoo agrees say- ing, "It's a good way to obtain Athenian hoursf' K'To work in the student store, students must have integrity, responsibility, reliability and be trustworthy,', said Ms, Teri Endo, one ofthe supervisors. She added, "These helpers are wondeiiulf' The reason Ms. Endo hires students to Work in the student store is that the school does not have enough money to pay for full-time adult workers. Also, these students want to work to keep the student spirit at Franklin alive and growing. These students definitely provide service with a sniilel 74? juniors Na 1 I X P X i xl inf, - 4 n -eq: 1, e Q nag-1 """?lmv , 1 New-m t.. V, 3 F 5' if N s 'iff ff " f T fi 'T g Xi -1 l. A, , X E ,L w , 1 - f 1 t l 1 1+ws.,....., an . .-cs Q "7"'r--we - L - ' K , ak, 51,43 1 . Q ,ggfij-l1+' Q ,ggfug 3 43? -me 'K s . ' s +4 ' . is Q- -.is 'iw S' :tin Weld? i-3g',1 i aff' Q V, ' ' ' ' 1, fc-sq W' I 9 lil 'ff 2J'fiff'f'1i fi f T 53251 2 ' "xl: is -fb ngxp t, K fu PM ' . 17 'S vw Hug therapy. l Mitchell ii hug clay. Sui TGI' ii.. A " N K K... in Yes xv- 1: 1 Three,s company. The Qi Q? .,. I . f o- 5 i 7' . ' y A1 is 5 Q I it .,..f ., .1 gives Shawn Q during a tough 5 J 'ix sl I .E Q iilif qs Us i ef :gg N, 'S .. . iw, ,, ,r, ,Elin - 1' N 5' X N 'ak MXN ' I , W 1 A, ,.i fi' , -. . is X 1 arf, Q. -v , W Q-. 1 uv sg l j 3 x 5' 1 , E 'fiv , L A "'l . P x 2 3. 1 ' J x if f' .. 5 , L W 5 ,f -L A se three girls need no reason to sinile for the camera. They are newly planted flowers around the quail trees. 'v udiniring the , - tl Allen Wong Andrew Wong Betty Wong Henry Wong Jane Wong Joyce Wong Lana Wong Susan Wong Vickie Wong Wah Wong David Woo June Woo Ken Wu Ftudy Yerena Alex Yerkes Ingrid Yerkee Rigotnerto Yeecas Sergio Yeeoae Tina Yi Han Yoo Eric York Janie Young Angela Yu Yue-Fang Yu Anna Yung Yuet Yung Beatriz Zapata Deyner Zapata Joaquin Zapata Yvette Zaragoza Homin Zhou Znuoyi Zhu Sylvia Dude Diana Alfara uniorr 7 9 S011 nf 1111 yormfynff nm fgy nf 141' IIIIYIIM' you fwfr 1 . .Wx :ff 111' fffgyfvi you nm .Zz 1lMfAl'f4llY1YK you um . fl UWKA1' flfllflft you nm .75 IlMfAI'fIYfAlyllfl nm . KY Afqy 153' IYN72 yi!!! IYlfl X0 clubf and Organizczf1'0ns john W1-slcy wp W1 wkxgmvs A I C0165 a .vfai ff' 'K we .Z 'Q " 3 ' 1 Academic Decathlon, Front Row LL-RD: ljlilllkl Esquivel, Huong Illlll. llunh Doan. NIi11l1-T1'1111g Nguyen, Joyce VVong, CillIl6I'l3ll Stone. Back How: john liivem, Lloyd lIz1pist1'z111o, lJi"l'l'lCl'i Nil. joseph M111111li1i, Alle-11 Wong, Eclgar E111'iq11cz. l. Members ofthe Academic Decathlon, Derrick Ng, joseph hlklllilllll, Aloycc NVo11pJ,. and Lloyd C2l1liStFkiIlLJ are COIlCt'lltl'2ltl!lg o11 the prcp111'11tio11 for the math suction of thc At-11cle111iv Dct-11thlo11 competition. 2. Huong Hua and Cameron Stone klI't' spendingtheirprecioush111chti111cc1'a1111111i11glb1'thecon1i11g exams. X2 clubs 0- Organizafionx X 3 s Enrichment IS Not For Members Univ his year Franklin s Academic Clubs have multiplied rapidly in number and membership, These clubs which emphasize academic achievement and competition include the Calculus Club the Math! Science Club the Franklin Press staff Phan- tasmagoria UCLA Partnership Program and the Academic Decathlon team. The' Franklin Press staff published articles to give the student body an awareness of the community as well as an awareness of many public controversies. Phantasmagoria is an annual creative writing magaz- ine to explore the hidden talents ofthe student body at Franklin. In order to get student participation the club was willling to offer monetary prizes. Many students interested in calculus joined a new club the Calculus Club. You dont have to be a 0 o 1 4 M t I s 4 J , ' . iv' s Y 7 4- a a , - a 1 4 9 a f L 4 is -v gs ' 'Q t 1 T s s v V .1 s a n 1 h a f '. 'I gee '2 Q JCLA Partnership, First Row QL-Rl: Maria Morales. Yvette Robles. Maria Olivas. llelga Castro. riana Lopez, Michelle YYalsh. Ana Conzalez. Deanna Castillo. Second row: Araccly Santana, Luz iriguez, Yolanda Serrato, Stephanie Rivera. VValter Cenie, Ricky Reyes, Cracie Roliyar.Third W: jo Ann Ramirez, Elaine Mejia. Margaret Alareon. Angelo Cuerrero. Mariana Carcia, Thai n, Avee Lara, Yvonne Pere-z.Last Row: Michael Lee, james Chau, Monica Carreon, Lorraine .la, Melanie Sarccda. Sandra Carraseo, Robert Zuniga. Calculus Club. Front Row QL-Rl: Mendolsohn Lee. Rlmtlerick Fabros, Leonard llo, Sliuwing ng, Hong Nguyen, Yan Ilau. Yieng YYong. Second Row QL-Rl: Cordon Yan. Roy Lee. Michael ig, Zdung Tran, Khai Yun. llanh Nguyen. Minh Tran. llanh Doan. Last Row: Yin YYah Tam. 'hard YYun. Andy Meng, Eddie Yip. Raymond Luk, Tri Trac. lyan Yen. Kris Lizaso, Thai Yuong. Vlath Science, Front Row QL-Rl: Mr. john Shaffran. Justine Leong, Aaron Brown. Leonard Ho, :ond Row: Michael Lee, Raymond Luk. Yieng VVong, Cary Lain, Roy Lee, Richard YYun. Shuw- , Fong, Minh-Trang Nguyen, llong Nguyen, Joyce YVong, Tabitha Li. Lloyd Capistrano, Ms. ,rion luster. Third Row: Bok-Soon Lee, YVah Wong, Allen Wong, Man Charn Lew, Cvenee nzales, lianh Doan. Hoa Diep. Susan VVong, jose Jh Manalili, john Rivera, Derrick Ng. Fourth w: Thai Yuong, Tri Trac, My Khai Vuu. Tuan Le, ZdungTran. Paul Medalla. Dich Do, Angela Yu, J Hau, june YVoo. Caroline Conzales. jane VVong. Celia Leung, Connie Tsui. David YYong. Fifth wa Jang Nam. Thi Tran. Paris Landinguin. Benson Villanueva. Ann Kim. Charlotte Tang. Cordon i, Last Row: Miguel Rodriguez, Rhoderick Fabros. judy Adachi. Richard Short. Edgar Enriquez. is Bautista. Marlon Lopez. Kucl' Lizaso. genius just know how to add subtract multiply and dividef, said Leonard Ho, the president of the club. The Math! Science club offered students interested in those fields an opportunity to participate in competi- tions and math field days. The UCLA Partnership is designed to help students understand what college life is like. Students attended workshops on the UCLA campus. This yearis Academic Decathlon team researched authors, painters and architects of the Renaissance. The six team members and the six alternates memorized speeches about the U.S. Constitution, an iinprointu speech, and an interview. These students competed against fiftv two other high schools. After ten hours of agonizing testing Franklin earned a third place medal in the interview bv Cameron Stone. ere is no question that many Franklin students shared their talents and developed an ability to think more clearly and critically as members of Academic Clubs Active members shared the belief that learning is fun in class and in clubs Huong Hua Contributing Writer s. In strufhggrn s 35 , 1: - 2.7.9 ' Clubs G- Of'g6ZI1I'Z6Z'l'7.0l'l.S' X3 qmhsg 1. Arranging for the membership drive party is Huong ,f Hua, Ms, Kathy Hughart, and Kim Ung, I 2. Yvonne Marin, ai Phzmtusmagoria member. sells fortune cookies to raise fimds tbr the magazine, 3. Phantasmagoria members, Cindy XVilson, Yvonne Marin, Kim Ung, AniiM0ra1es, and Huong Hua observe a fine piece of ii literature together. ,ml 5-3-54 fuk' Q . 3"".:zw ffsf 1 - A , . me .. , Q, ii W if X4 Cfubs if Organizmiions P' V 4.,.s-was if t , A. f" y Q 2 X. I 1 1 I 1 I I 3 was-m T1 T3 IF! ,zzz 371 4,2154 W!! R13 55? 1 e - rt- l. Franklin Press, First Row QL-Rl: Thuy Dang, Eileen Fukuhara, Betty Leung, jose Baldonaclo. Second Row: Allan VVong, Brett ltatlifl, Lisa Tsui, Sonya Donaldson, Kathy Park, Joanna Africa. Third Row: Ms. Sandra Pope, Hoa Ly, Eloisa Guerrero, Diana Es- quivel, joy Cuinha, Shannon Nlitehell, justine Leong. 2. Hard working Joanna Africa, the layout editor, carefully puts the paper together, 3. Diana Esquivel, Shannon Mitchell, and joy Cumha view slides to increase their lcnowleclge of newspaper techniques. 4. Hoa Ly. Eloisa Guerrero, and Thuy Dang discuss a new article lor the paper. Cfubf 67- Organizai7'on.f X5 I. French Club members, Hclcn 'l'1'11jillo and Allll lXl1ll'iC' Gallegos ol1sc1'x'v N111 RUllI'lgllC'Z c0olii11g Ll F1'v11cl1 l7I'l1iilililhl cluring il lnncl 1'11isc'1'. 2. Caroline Gonzales, tlu- Spanish Club p11-siclmit, speaks to tln- club 1111-111ln-1's. 3. Ms. Elaine Harada, thc- sponsor oftlic Asian AlI'l6I'iCilIl Clulr, and lIl9llllJ0l' liilc-1111 FllliLlllLlI'il work together. Reign +-T l i ,se A l., 4 - 0.3: ' : 2 ,pg Q 52 , J E if ,-1--" 1 5 I 3?-f l i 2 Jw -i. - 1 fi "in" r ' S l F" 1 If 4, Q i l il it are ' 1 f ,Q U 5 A A fly! 1 I ' 1 1 fs f ,M we E MECHA Clull. First Row il,-Rl: Susana Usorio, l11lllI'll Leszt, .Ailflilllil Lopez, jo Jxllll llilIIliI'KlZ, lililllll' Nlcjiu, Monica cl1ll'l'l'llll. Second Row: M11 F1'1111c-is:-o Oroxco, Aaron Brown, AngeloC114-1'1'11ro, Mia NlklliklS, Lil Mvjizl, Helga Castro, Mojflcli Zilllllllll, Third Row: Nl1ll'gklI'Ct Alarcon, l'.1tty vllIllL'Il0l. lin-lon Trujillo, Dm- A111111 Castillo. Fourth Row:Mic-llc-llvXY11lsl1.A1'1na111clofXg11ilz11'. Lorrizulc Avia, l1OI'I1L1 lxl6'llgi'l, .-Xllu-1't Nlenclo. X6 cfubf 63- Orgcznizcd7'0n.f -- '. A ws -i f-,- ,J-tx --f 1 -. . L - rf ,..' . ,. .-f,.f.f-W ,, ,a,., ,,..., H ff. f -,M Y . 1- Cr p s, Tortillas or Teri aki Culture! Diversity Abouod5 t is essential as residents of the city of Los Angeles, to be aware ofthe many cultures surrounding us. The city is considered by many to be a "melting potw like Chicago and New York becausc ofits cultural diversity. Proof of this is the estimated figures that show that more than 80 languages are spoken in the Los Angeles area alone. Franklin High School is undoubtedly a mirror image of the city. Thus Franklin students can discover and experience other cultures through the interaction and communication among the different ethnic groups that we can have a taste of the food, customs and traits that make a particular culture unique. This interaction is important for personal growth and has been facilitated by the various ethnic clubs at Franklin: Asian- American Club Spanish Club MECHA International Club, French Club, Korean C lub and the Latino Club. The Asian-American Club has offered the entire student body the chance to experience the flavor ofthe Orient by exposing Asian traditions and cuisine Y without leaving the campus. It is here that we find another umelting potf, It is S an American Club, First Row CL-RJ: jo Ann Ramirez, Tabitha Li, n Rivera, Brandon Fong. Second Row: joseph Manalili, Angelo errero, Elaine Mejia, Minh-Trang Nguyen. Pamela Adaehi, Allen ing, Hong Nguyen. Third Row: Luigi Coinpopiano, Michelle NValsh, rgaret Alarcon. Miguel Ribaneos, june Woo, joyee Wong. Fourth 2 W: Erie Roeder, Charlotte Tang, Betty Lain, Karen Dulnuan, rrick Ng, Man Hua, Celia Leung. Fifth Row: Nae Sook Chung. J rita Vergel De Dios, Bayani De Cuzinan, Connie Tsui, N'Villia1n Lim, 1 Matias, Lana Wong, Lloyd Capistrano. Sixth Row: Aaron Brown, V hard Short, Kenny Wong, Tri Trac, Chi Fong, Tuan Le, Cary Lain, ,iwing Fong. Seventh Rowg Paul Medella, Leonard llo, Thai Yuong, th NVong, Orlando Villanueva. David Wong. Eighth Row: Kay stro, Alvin Mendoza, Nelson Quan. janet Fukuhara, Dennis recho, Steye YVong, Thi Tran, Cuong Chau, Larry XVong, Daniel nada. lang Nam. tcrnational Club, First RowtL-RJ: Ms. Cindy Lee, Derrick Ng, Judi Adaehi, Paris Landioguin, Moing e, Phan Voong, Siu Man Lee, Thuy Dang. Second Row: Kim Ung, Tabitha Li, Allen NVong. Michael The Spanish Club, new this year, has attracted members of all cultures since its objective is to share the culture ofthe Spanish-speaking world MECHA on the other hand, is concerned with eliminating the cultural boundaries existing in our society between Mexican Americans and others For this, MECHA tMovimiento Estudiantil para Chicanos de Aztlanb has brought to our campus important figures from our local political arena Furthermore Franklin is fortunate to have an International Club with its more eclectic focus For those interested in the European civilizations, there is the French Club which meets every Tuesday during lunch. In its attempt to experience the utterly French lifestyle, the club organized a trip to France Finally, there are two cultural clubs at Franklin that are still in their forma tive stages: the Korean and the Latino Clubs. Both clubs try to explore in depth the customs and peculiarities of the Korean and Latin Cultures, respectively ' In general, all of these clubs have the desire to spread an understanding of the several ethnicities present at Franklin, enriching the lives of our student body, and contributing to a better understanding of the unknown Diana Chuy, Writer lil? INTERNATIONAL. CLUB: 'mera cms, Et1TTfFf.ft,,i-E2 the Club Fair. e, Yuet Young, Pbuong llo, Hoa Tran, Nga Tran, Lynh Tran. Third Row: joseph Manalili, Miguel driguez, Benson Arieayos, Vickie Ly. Hy Ngo, Le VVei, IluongTran, Cindy Cuan. Fourth Row: Iobn vera, jesus Valle, Marco Antonio, Leyla Quintan, 'Iayier Magaina, Ying Nguyen, john Yuong, 3 International Club member, Hoa Ly, sells handmade butterflies during Clubs 63- Organiza1'1'0n.f A' 7 Spanish Club, First Row KL-RD: Iolm Rivera, Derrick Ng, Luis Bautista. Second Row: Rhoderick Fabros, Caroline Gonzales, Lloyd Capistrano, Tabitha Li, Nancy Mojica, Dr. Francisco Soldevilla, Maria Valdivia, Marlon Lopez. Third Row: Vieng WVong, Kim Ung, Van Hau, Shuwing Fong, Martha Barrantes. Fourth Row: Gary Lam, Paris Landinguin, Benson Aricayos, Carlos Del Cid, Leonard Ho, Sonya Vasques. Fifth Row: Miguel Rodriguez, judi Adachi, Knef Lizaso, Ann Marie Gallegos. Sixth Row: Connie Tsui, Eva Arnaud, Celia Leung, Susan Wong, Edward Becerra, Seventh Row: Lorena Vega, joy Cumba, Charlotte Tang, jane Wong, Iosepliine Flores, joseph Manalili. Eighth Row: Ann Kim, Lana Wong, Rene Vaca. Nineth Row: Minh-Trang Nguyen, Piya jongjaroenmarn, Thu- Ha Tran, Kris Lizaso, Edgar Enriquez. Last Row: David XVong, Larry Wong, Steve VVong, Hendrick Lui. XA' Cfwbs 69- Organizaf1'0n.v john Perez, and Ben Shervan, MECHA member A dis iss Latino Club, Front Row QL-RP: Ms. Sylvia Narvaez, Enrique Rivera, Oscar Due-nas, Martha Bece Esperanza Dias. Last Row: Caridad Alvarez, Leticia Saldana, Victor Saldana, Edward Bccerr Walter Genie serves a French hreaktast to the guests. M ECHA guest speaker, Councilman Richard Alatorre to the Franklin students, Lizaso, Ivan Yen and Christina Chung concentrate or Korean Club meeting. .-,, as xr .,....,,..v -....-.-, ...... A.------, - . , , 2 i t , 1 Korean Club, Front Row CL-Rl: Keelan Chan, Susan YVong, Bok-Soon Lee, Ms. Terry Robinson, Leonard Ho, Tuan Le, john Rivera. Middle Row: Soo Kiln, Ann Kim, Allen NVong, joseph Manalili, Michael Lec, Joyce Wong, Derrick Ng. Back Row: Steve YVong, Larry YVong, Thi Tran, VVah VVong, june WVOO, Lana VVong, Angela Yu, Lloyd Capistrano. clubs 63- Organizcd7'0n.v X9 Raft X, ,X K My www, . N. X- ,WQ , . Athenians, Front Row CL-Rl: Chi Ho, Anny Poon, Pamela Adaehi, Nancy Mojica, Gary Lam, Showing Fong, Vieng W'ong, Betty Leung. Diana Chuy, Second Row: Kiln Ung, Ivan Yen, Geene Gonzales, Susan YVong, lloa Diep, ltiehard Wong, Tabitha Li, Lloyd Capistrano, Lana Wong, jose Baldonado, Ms. Elaine llarada. Third Row: Michael Lee, llanh Nguyen, Eva Arnaud, Charlotte Tang, Leonard Ho, Connie Tsui, Celia Leung, joseph Nlanalili, joyee NVong. Fourth Row: jang 1' A ' Nam, Zdung Tran, Tuan Le, Tri Trac, Steve Kridel, Ric-hard Short, Hoy Lee, Man Hua, Teresa jahido, An Marie Gallegos, josephina Flores, june VVoo, David VVong. Fifth Row: XVah NVong, Tliavrin Thap, Raehael Myrow, Allan NVong. john Manalili and Orlando Villanueva, lla Tran, Piyajongjaroenmaru, justine Leong, Dich Do, Kris lllll Lizaso, Gordon Yan, Knel' Lizaso. Costume Contest. Fall Semester Forum, First Row lL-RD: joseph Manalili, janet Fuknhara, june NVoo, Pamela Adachi, Helga Castro, Patty Ovilar, Elaine Mejia, Adriana Lopez, Cleineneia Molina, Phuong Ho, Sandra Fierro, Gina Carter, Celia Cortez, Edward Beeerra, Saydi Rodriguez, Yvonne Perez, Enrique Ulivares, Sandra Gonzalez, Luz Rodriguez. Second Row: Rocio Argueta, Christine Sanchez, jerry Gonzalez, Alvin Mendoza, Maria juarez, Cynthia Felix, Mireya lluerta, Soraya Gonzalez, Claudia Perez, Melanie Sai-eeda, Rosa Perez, Rosemarie Zepeda, Cecilia Vega, Edmund Dyer, Aaron Brown. jackie Loyra. Third Row: Steven Zamora, Richard Gonzalez, Patricia Pallares, Xoehitl Uribe, Ruth Mojiea, Richard Morales, Yolanda Santos, Annette Chavez, Vasti Caieedo. Fourth Row: jackie Trevino, Leonor Campos, Fernando Manchan, Lisa Rodriguez, Gary Lam, Vickie XVong, Mr. Ed Rosas. Fifth Row: Braulio Luna, Anthony Gomez, Steve Hernandez, Otilio Chirino, Brenda Talleh, Tammy Cesualdi, Knel'Lizaso, Saul Narro, Karen Salgado, David Duran, Denise Sims, Monica Calmral, Vicky Lara, john Manalili, Ali Alnnadian, Orlando Villanueva, Antonio Lopez, Monica Gorelick, Gerald Medina, Brandon Chathan. 90 C0465 G- Organllzaiions -st-5' tp X. ' 'lll llll K ',,f 1, W I ' A l2X?wl'lr'i4--aggyiy ,, .. , H ,A ,, . -- dy H HllQV3'66Il x li - gif' Stage Crew, Front Row CL-RJ: Mendolsolm Lee, Armenak Vardavarian. Back Row: Yin YVah Tam, Gamlioa. if It 'A' It it as , , f ing Semester Forum, First Row KL-Rl: Alvin Mendoza, janet Fukuhara, Xochitl Uribe, Tina Velasco Veronica dina, Fernando Manchan, Monica Marin, Brett Ratlifl, Adriana Lopez, Fernando Diaz, Ruth Mojica, Ray ueroa, Clemencia Molina, Soraya Gonzalez, Lisa Tsui, Second Row: Angela Yu, Sandra Gonzalez, Saul Narro, Gus 'nandez, Sylvia Morales, Mojdeh Zamani, Lconor Campos, Saydi Rodriguez, Helga Castro. Third Row: Yvette ales, Diane Castillo, jackie Leyva, Monica Cabral, Yolanda Siiilentes, Cynthia Perez, Cecilia Vega, Angie Diaz, ristine Sanchez, XValtcr Genie, Luz Madrigal, j.j. Leon, Shereese Allende. Fourth Row: Ivonne Riebeling, En- ie Olivares, Luis Romero, Vickie NVong, Braulio Luna, Rodolfo Diaz, Maribel Pena, Alma Carrera. Fifth Row: icr Torres, Gabriel Hernandez, KncfLizaso, Angelo Guerrero, Antonio Lopez, Mario Martinez, Marlon Mendoza, ies Turner, Edward Amit, Michael Dunkel, Anthony Gamez, Denise Sims, Sarah Farrell, joseph Manalili, Mr. Ed Patty Avelar and Richard Gonzalez plan and discuss the Forum activities. gt f I -ond! Getting Serious About Service Students Lend Help To Sendo! dnd Cennnnunity Isnit it interesting to know that some ofthe students at Franklin do not just come to school to study, but also to help people in their community? Involvement. Commit- ment. Caring. These adjectives describe students who take time to participate in service clubs. These service clubs include the Keywanettes, Key Club, Forum, Paint Crew, Stage Crew, Audio Visual Support, Athenians, Youth Community Service and Leadership. These organizations are similar in that many offer students school credit. Second- ly, students feel good about themselves after performing community service. Last- ly, students learn leadership skills while doing something to improve their commu- nity and school. Aside from these similarities, each club is unique. Keywanettes, for example, dis- tributed stuffed toys and cards to the children in the Shrineris Hospital during the holidays. The club raised money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation as well. The Key Club visited convalescent homes, wrapped gifts for the Public Guardians Office, peddled for the McDonald,s bike-a-thon, and collected clothing for the homeless. Members of Youth Community Service organized a blood drive on campus and helped beautify the campus. The Stage Crew set up the equipment necessary for guest speakers and assem- blies. When school facilities were used by community groups, members ofthe Stage Crew worked late hours to assist in these projects. Improving the appearance of the physi- cal plant was the responsibility of the Paint Crew. Each morning the crew donned work uniforms and combed the school removing unsightly writing. Athenians were students who met certain academic requirements and were willing to volunteer at least 20 hours a semester to the school or community. Athenians were found helping the library, student store and counseling staffs. The club also helped with a blood drive. Many Athenians helped teachers correct papers, design bulletin boards and tutor peers. During period one, Audio Visual Sup- port students were seen frantically deliver- ing a dayis supply of projectors, VCRs and filmstrip machines to the many teachers augmenting their lessons with visual aids. Student body officers met daily during A period two for a Leadership class to plan school activities. Record room contests, dances, the holiday food drive and food fairs were some of the projects planned by . this group. Officers were elected each semester. The Student Forum also selected members each semester. It functioned as a .. sounding board where school policies were discussed and recommendations were made. Representatives met monthly and relayed information from the meetings to s record rooms. Each club usually worked independent of the others. Each strove to develop responsible behavior in its membership and a concern for the welfare ofothers. All -A of these clubs and organizations made vital contributions to the Franklin community and surrounding area. Mana Barcelona Writer i I , ' E Clubs 63- Organl'zczh'0n.v 9f 4 YV 4""' Lx D A "' i ' ! ,V , U2 W 1- 1 1. 'WP' ue- .L x .r . ,Z P xixk is . 5' fi N , LL,L Y , M, Youth Community Service, Front Row KL-RD: Carmina Valentine, Leonor Campos. Christina Chung, Han Yoo, Phan Voong, Susan Zhu, Yuct Yung, Ms. Mary llayes. 1. ASB Treasurer, Mia Matias, cares to send the very best from Leadership. 2. junior Romero, a paint crew member, improves the appearance of the school. 3. Cheuk Chan, a Key Club member, ex- periences the thrill of volunteer exercise during the Bike-A-Thon sponsored by McDonalCl,s. 8 M , , " . mu il gf ,,f.,f1 .ww l 2 , ' , EJ' l i k ' 'f A np: 'J " ' ,A , , K ,i all I " 1 lf e. f' af ,, , . Y W' 1, 1 ' 2 f i r? , ' C3 2 92 Clube if Organizaiianr Fall Paint Crew QL-Rl: johnny Hernandez, Mr. Keith Garnet, Adrian Lang, Gilbert Escolante, l Diaz, Kirby Carranza, John Casey, Larry Ulate, junior Romero, Edward Sandoval. K ...S Fall Semester Leadership, First RowiL-Rl: Lisi1'l'sui. Mzii'i1iYailclivi1i, l'lIIlIllllYllliifO' man, Elaine Mejiu, Second Row: Araceli Rivas, Thirlii livin, Marisol Diiix. Third Row: Joanna Africa, Mia Mattias, Nguyen Nguyen. John liivviui, Miirizinii Curr-ia, Ruth Mojica. Fouth Row:P1unclii Adachi, Kim Ung, Antonio Lopez, Orlando Yillaniievii, John Manallili, Cary Lum. Fifth Row: Angelo Guerrero. Hir-liiu-rl Cloiizzilc-Z, Elutcrio Romero, Aaron Brown. ,aizlckfiivfff ' 9676i ASB President Elaine Mejia ASB Vice President Lisa Tsui ASB Secretary Angelo Guerrero ASB Treasurer Mia Matias Recognition Commissioner Athletics Commissioner Club Commissioner Elections Commissioner Activities Commissioner John Manalili Aaron Brown Joanna Africa Eluterio Romero Mariana Garcia Publicity Commissioner Kim Ung Dance Commissioner Richard Gonzalez Inter-School Representative Gary Lam Historian Araceli Rivas ESL Representative A Asian Thida l-lem ESL Representative - Latin Junior Class President Junior Class Vice President Junior Class Secretary Junior Class Representative Sophomore Class President Sophomore Class Vice President Sophomore Class Secretary Marisol Diaz Nguyen Nguyen Antonio Lopez Pamela Adachi John Rivera Maria Valdivla Ruth Moiica Emma Villaroman Sophomore Class Representative Orlando Villanueva Advisor Mr. Keith Gamet Jamie, me - W7 ASB President ASB Vice President ASB Secretary ASB Treasurer Recognition Commissioner Athletics Commissioner Publicity Commissioner Dance Commissioner Inter-School Representative Historian ESL Representative ESL Representative Junior Class President Junior Class Vice President Junior Class Secretary Junior Class Representative Sophomore Class President Sophomore Class Vice President Sophomore Class Secretary Sophomore Class Representative Advisor Angelo Guerrero Lisa Tsui Moideh Zamani John Rivera Judi Adachi Aaron Brown Pamela Adachi Richard Gonzalez Gary Lam John Manalili Malka Vasconcelos Luis Valdes Walter Genie Cassie Medina Yolanda Situentes Luz Madrlgal Knet Lizaso Ruth Mojica Emma Villaroman Rey Castro Mr. Keith Gamet 94 Cfubr if OrganlZafion.f Spring Semester Leadership, First Row iL'RD: Ruth Nlojir-ii, Iiinniii Villaroman, Adachi. John liivi-ru, Second Row: Luz Mudrigal, Nguyen Nguyvii. livy Castro, Mo. Zuinani, Yillklllllll Siiiiviltvs, Vtliltcr Genie. Cassie fNlc'clin.i, lilS2l'l1Slll,j0l1ll Mi1nalili.T Row: Luis Yalclvx, Auron Brown, Cary Linn. Fourth Row: Orlando vlllL'tll1PV2.l, Riel Gonzales, Flutcrio lloincro, Angelo Guerrero, Mullin Yiiscoiicc-los, Kncf Lizaso Pamela Arlaiclii. A S X i- i ex Q sf . ,..:L 34 3 i x"""w,, W nhl" 4 1' 'N-... 'R yd l. john Manalili uncl Mr. Keith Came-t give serious atten- tion to the lezulcrsliip meeting. 2. Aaron Brown paints and Mia Mathis thinks how to create a design lor the la-mlm-sliip hanncr. 3. Jose Balrlonado, CL-ciic Gonzales. zinml Betty Leung help the Key Cluh cur wash while enjoying ai cool NV1ltQ'I' fight. 4. The Forum members Joanna Africa, Gary Linn, Ruth Mojiea, Eninlu xllllllI'UIIl2lll, Kim Ung, Pznnelu Acluchi, john Rivera, und Marin Valcliviu celeln-atc nncl cvulnutm- the fall seinester loruni iletivity. 5. Fixing the Halloween gram for her darling is Arcvli Rivas of Leadersliip. gf Club: O- Organizaf1'0n.v 95 155 ya My l Qi E Qi I .5 we fm Key Club, First Row QL-RJ: Mr. Earl Hyett, Minh-Trang Nguyen, Elaine Mejia, Laura Leszt, Michelle XValsli, Margaret Alareon, Joyce NVong, Pamela Adachi, janet Fukuhara. Tahitha Li, Susan Wong, Hoa Diep, Hong Nguyen, Marita Vergel De Dios, Angelo Guerrero. Second Row: Bach Yen Ta, Yieng XVong, Liz Mejia, Christina Chung, Eduardo Becerra, jon Morris, Raymond XVQU, Ann Kim, Soo Kim, june VVoo, Caroline Gonzales, Joseph Manalili, Rayani de Guzman. Third Row: Danny Chu, Lana VVong, Gary Lam, Shuwing Fong, Celia Leung, Connie Tsui, judi Adachi, Karen Dulnuan, Charlotte Tang, Kim-Fong Chean, Angela Yu, Derrick Ng, Lloyd Capistrano, Allen VVong, John Rivera. Fourth Row: Eva Arnaud, Cheuk Chan, Leonard llo. Paul Medella, Benson Aricayas, Paris Landinguin. Minh Tran, Erie Roeder, Mia Matias, David Wong, Larry VVong, Ruth Mojica, Steve NVong, Rey Castro, Daniel Yamada. 1. Future Hollywood film makers jesus Arellano and Cesar Ramos spin their future. 2. Angelo Guerrero, the Key Cluh president, inspects the dedicated Key Club workers. 3. Painter john Casey carefully puts the last touch on his project L'The Panther." 96 Cfubs 63- Organ1Zaf1'on.r x r ' ve 5 jjj. 4 . x 1 4 A , fix X r- X X E ma ' it 'fb ,'r"'- in HL.. 'Q , It vw . ff-JJ in - 03551 1. Trishc Rodriguez and Ngoc Lam enjoy living lianlic-rs during the Clulm Fair. 2. Keywanettes, Front Row CL-RJ: Mr. Uoriluu Nail, Sliannon Mitt-lwll. Araccli ltivas, lfaviulalnpi-1, Second Row: Nancy Cliau, Zim Liang, Iloa lly, Kliivin Au, Mai Tlian, Nts. lN'lc'ryls' llirotsu. Third Row: Ngoc Lam, Lana W'0ng, Tliuy Dang, Paris lilllllillljllllll, jucli Aclaclii, Fourth Row: Theresa Diaz, Patricia l'allares, Sylvia Rios, Fifth Row: Dvym-r Zapata, Veronica Guevara, hillfillllllt' Yi-ga, Olivia Quintcro, Kathy Ng, Xlbiicly Leo, 'l'ci'm'sa jalmiclo, Nao Suok Chung, Sixth Row: julie Broacltbot, lXI0niquc Nlliltuu, Nlvlissa Ross, Camvlia Garcia. Beatriz Zapata, Karen Yillanucva. 3. Keywanettc members julie Broacllimt, Lana Hung. and NIS, Nlerylc llirutsu si-ll 11-lrvsliiiiciits during a sclmul dance. 4. Christina Chung, Ms. Hayes, and Carinina Valentin uftlie Youth CImuinul1ity' Sciwici' wurli liarml to make society lwttcr. club! 0- Urgcznl'z,czi1'on.v 97 5 1 ff' jd' clubs 0- Oragcznizczi1'0n.v ,.,...,,,..................... x -auual'K'W 1. jROTC, Front Row QL-RD: Abdias Velasco, Second Row: Oscar Rodriguez, Steve Castaneda, Danny fl Vance Bennett, Armando Roensel. Third Row: Carlos Mancilla, Ivan Valle. Fourth Row: Ron Leddy, 'I Ckllllbtltl, jose Figueroa, Donald Sprengelnieyer, Mike Barbera, Robert Figueroa, Conrado jr. Salinas, Ca Morales. Fifth Row: Malka Yasconcelos, lidith Cruz, Maria Taura, Dehnv Ayala, Nicholas Perez, Blanc' Saniayoa, Fionna Truong, Elena Manzanarez, Mersorv Murillo, Ruth Ayala, Elsa Reyes, Irene Neri, Phur Ho, Richard Aguilar, Sang Lv, Stela Lepe, Mavra llerrera, Sixth Row: Milliain Ayala, Erik Grimes, ja Esquivel, juan Zaragoza, Raul Bernal, Yolanda 'Santos, Monica Rodas, jereniv Leon, Duniinda Wie inasekera, juan Avila, Robert Coberlv. Clinton Lewis, Marluo Lazo, Francis Salandanan, Ernesto V Seventh Row: Kenneth Ginger. Ricardo Gutierrez. jose Aguilera. Andrea Gaynor. Tricia Braun, javier Ca Robert Aguilar, Martini Ojeda. Albert Garcia, Pete Ramirez, Daniel Gutierrez, Oscar Del Castillo, jose P Robert Ramirez, Vinccnte Ballesteros. Eighth Row: Raymond Licon, Elvis Delgado, juan Sanchez, Phi Venegas, Chris Garcia, Arturo Mendoza, Mike Cossett, jose Flores, Chris Rose, Richard Reynolds, Dann Tripp, Oscar Santovo, Augustin Arredondo, Albert Martinez, Matthew Shelley. 2. Rifle Team, Front Row KL-RD: Conrad jr. Salinas, Mike Barbera. Back Row: juan Sanchez, Abclias Valas Armando Boensel, 3. Black Bercts, Front Row CL-Rl: Matthew Shelley, Conrado jr. Salinas, Armando Boensel, Mike Barb Steve Castaneda. Elena Manzanarez. Back Row: Ron Leddv, Donald Sprengelinever. Carlos Mancilla. XVill Ayala, Ivan Valle, Abdias Yalasco, QNX 'v 2-3.34 Q 3 325 ' , "' is ,Vx ' 1 ., I xx. ' n l. Ernie Ruiz recites the serial number on his riflc as requested by the inspecting officer. 2. juan Avila rehearses how to look tough. 3. Kenneth Ginger and Javier Garza are caught ol'l'guard during the military inspection. Fraiiklinvs unit was given a gold star and labelled an honor and unit with distinction. Exploreci Through Clubs studcnts is this one' what will you do 'iftcr high school? Some students plan to attend collegc- others hope to find ajob. I ach student wonders what thc future will hold. Ihere arc sevcral clubs and org'1niz'1tions on campus which help students explore career interests includ- ing thejROTC Upward Bound Career Awareness Program Ii uture Home- makers of America Teachers of Tomorrow 'md Close-Up. The Upward Bound Program is dcsigncd to attract capablc students to consider attending college. It especially targets minorities or students who will be the first individuals in their families to attend college. The program motivates, develops skills and gives students a chalice to aim for something more than they thought possible. For those students who might be in- terested in a career in business or bank- ing, the Home Savings Career Aware- ness Program offers an opportunity to learn about both fields. Students attend weekly seminars sponsored by Home Savings and have an opportunity to compete for scholarships. The JROT C teaches cadets proper military discipline and procedures. Members are issued cadet uniforms, learn survival skills like first aid and map reading, and the group also participates in local parades. The IROTC cadets have many responsibilities including flag detail, disaster service and supervi- sion at football games and dances. Be- sides the hard work and service to the school, members ofthe IROTC partici- pate in an annual trip to Fort Grd and plan a Military Ball, The best and brightest are needed to educate future generations. Teachers of Tomorrow opens the door to careers in the teaching profession. Members ofthe club attend conferences, tutor after school and conduct fund raisers. Our nation's capital draws several students who want to View government "Close-Upn. The Close-Up Foundation sponsors a week long trip of seminars, briefings, and social activities which allow students to learn more about the democratic processes. The Future Homemakers of America- Home Economics Related Occupations, QFHA-HEHOQ encourages students to explore other types ofoccupations. Club members plan outings to amusement parks and participate in the Food Fair each year. By opening doors for exploration each of these clubs hopes to better prepare FHS students for the future -whatever it might hold. ,Q J...- .L Future Options A question that creates anxiety for 519 Clubs 63- Organi'Qh'0nTW Qs-P v KW gf 1. Sarah Ondcrwyzer and Rosemarie Zepeda, iuturc tcuclicrs. 4-xilulnt thcir umstcrpiccc during thc Club Fair. 2. Rosemarie Zepcda and Brenda Fernandez show thcir pri-icrcucc tor thc chocolate chip cookies. 3. Teachers ofTomorrow, First Row KL-RJ: Trishc ltodrigucz, Moiug I,cc. Second Row: Sarah c,IlCi0I'VVyll'l', Stucic xvlllfilillll, Carmen Lopcz. Third Row: Brcndu Fernundcz, Claudia Rcycs, Adrian Arrcoiu, Lisa Stuart, Roxana Hociriplllcz, Mr. Iidwurd fXI1u'kurian, Victoria VVoug, Putriciu liscohccio. 4. Upward Bound, First Row QL-RJ: Helga Castro. Adriuim Lopez. Second Rox 'z Aruccly Santana. hiklfikl Nlorallcs. Ann Morales. Laurin licr1'cru, Nluyru xiUl't'iI'3l. Thi d Row: Ricardo hiklfltliitlll. Altrcdo Ccrvantcs. jesse Merino. Fourth Row: Kill! fnf Luis Roincro, Duvicl Clurciu, juckin- Lcyvil. ' 'U Y 5 -f U , 1, if ,a f 1 W' 'F ' X J 1, 100 clubf 63- Ofxg6lhI'Z6l'!7'0hf ,, Y ,Aj I 'M if Q , Z ,,V -si, V s- -Vff V J 'L 1 vi 4 M . ,.. li L 1 " i 1 X e? 'Y "" ilwx 1 N' x , ww 5 - - f"'W-t 5 .. L V 1 . MM ,, , x i . . sh 3 wszigkt be S Fernandez, Christina Marquez, Darlene Torres, and Avee Lara, the future teachers, and Mr. Edward irkarian are learning the pleasures of teaching at a conference held at USC. Close-Up, QL-Rl: Justine Leung, Ms. Theresa Sakevitz, Sandra Carraseo, Avce Lara, Gloria Fernandez, john rez. ix 5 X S Kiwi - ' 5 4 'fa it it , F ,WN4 Teachers neyer lose their classff Cfwbx if Orgcznizafions 107 1. Marlene Valdivia looks over her work for thc Carcci Awareness Program 2. Career Awareness Program, First Row CL-Rl: Mau Charm Lew. lieouard Ho, Pmicliartl xvllll, Shuwiug F0112 Vieng Wbng, Hanli Vu, Carv Lani. Second Row: Thu lla Tran, Bach You Ta, Hong Nguyen, Dc-horali Burns Rachael Myrow, Zclung Tran, Hue Tong, DoniinicoKin1 Duc Thai. Third Row: Piya Ioiigiaroenmarn, Allan Wong, Richard Short, Ms. Cace Pichardo, Marlene Valdivia, 3. Future Homemakers of America, Front Row CL-RJ Michelle Villard, Beatriz Zapata, Camelia Garcia Melissa Ross. Back Row: Tricia Braun creinv Leon Tammy johns, Marina McDougal, AlltllGIlV Perez, Ms Janice McCarthy 4335: N,WW?Ygh gKTE'5TNQ?Q1X'ggQ?' saggy 'xiggiy X x 102 clubf 69- Organ12az'1'0n.v f ff X 1. FHA-HERO members, Melissa Ross, Anthony Perez, and Advisor Ms. Ianiee McCarthy are selling their hoinemacle food during the Club Fair. 2. Richard Short, Richard NYun, Man Charn Lew, and Leonard Ho concentrate on the Career Awareness Program. 3. Ms. Grace Pichardo, the Career Awareness Program advisor, enjoys her opportunity to speak to the members. 3. Career Awareness members Hue Tong, Deborah Burns, Due Thai, Marlene Valclivia, and Zclung Tran are enthusiastically working on their 'ieareerv project. clwbf 63- OrgcznizazLions 703 l. Tall flag memlmers lllll'1llli'1lI4UllIlilllll'llL'llllllll'lllLIUIli' OllFl'2lIllillIlvS lllelllululmlc- Illglll gilIIll'S. 2. VVilson will fall! 3. Musical P2lllfllCl'S. Mzlrc-lliupi llzmcl memlmers pl'I'll3l'Ill on tlle Fflllllillll lielcl in llll'll' tlmrmul uuillmrms. 4. Sllarp movements. Osc-111' l'lljllll'I'OLl. lllL'IlllN'l' ol FI'klIllilllllS Boys Cllewlezlclillg squucl, practices in tlu' llllKlll0l'lllIl1 in prepslraltirm ilu' competition. 5. Band and clrill team lllCllllDCl'S 1111111-llzirollilcl the ivielcl. pruuclly clispluying tlie Frzlnlilin lmnucr. 6. Strulters prepare to give Ll Ilmgniiicellt lmliltime perlb1'111am-c. 7. Girls' and Boys' 1-l1ev1'ls'a1cli11g squadstulieulm1'eulili'm11 practicing pyminicls. 7-4 1 3 in-..., I 104 Clubs 63' Organizfions i Y X H, K .. '!4Fl'F1w"'!"5v5'95N'-fifv. 2 . pirit of the Panther Spirit Groups Work Together . ot only was this year victorious for nur City League Champs hut also for ive very special groups. Franklinls Spirit groups were there win or lose, 'eady to cheer on and support our teams n every game. Besides participating in outside rompetition, these talented young stars Jrovided us with entertainment, en- husiasm and spirit at every game. They Llso showed us the magic of Franklin Fligh at every pep rally. We saw our cheerleaders lead the :upporting cheers while we watched the games intently from the stands. VVhen ive scored, we would all sing along with ihe hand and the cheering gestures of Jur strutters, the pep cluh and the :heerleaders to 'Un For Franklinf, It didnlt take us long to realize what iirection our teams were headed alter :he first few games. It was obvious that all of us, as a team, were all winners and ghat nothing else could stand in our way. We had magic, magic that only groups rike the hand, cheerleaders, drill team, all flags and the pep cluh, could bring. All the Spirit groups wished to thank heir advisors Hn' all their time. support nd enthusiasm. r i v a 7 L , v 4 5 1 W... , " .S . -f - Q-sn u.......,,,,,m,g 4' F Q, 'vi 37' f M ' f- -..g,W t ' W ' ' . .X . Q W-- a . . J Y Ak ww Y " K K 1. . ' ' if X 3 r X A ' 5' il F . 1 Q s - A skip K 1 , - .gel gr 1 t 1 1 K I .gk pq 1 ,A pe K , g . .J X L il 1: if , K B.. ik J Y I . fm . "2' K ' s K K . - K . ... , - M K r ' .S : . 1 .... t r -- as P:-.'- - i I 1 i Q T . Q is -,aw 'N 6 , .iy . 1 st. ' . I X sy ' Y K K - ...J A .1 ' ew .-'- ff A J, " i 1, . 'Sf Cfubr 63- Orgcznizczitions 105 . ,..... f K " K , fax A 1 ,,-.. -JY 106 'Cfubs fi- Organ1Zafi0n.v V 1. Bugle boy. jonathan Lew performs during a pep rally. 2. All-City Band members, Top Row QL-RD: Enrique Rivera, Francisco Estrada, Manuel Barhera, Diana Limon, joslyn Chung, Ruland Amit. Bottom Row: Sonia Lopez, Iulius Dulay, Angie Diaz, Rosemary Amiani, Marie Salazar, Ernestine Nieto. 3. Howdy! Franklinis mascot, Loanne Hizo, Waves as she Watches yet another Franklin victory. 4. Standing tall. Gloria del Toro, stands at attention while the band plays The Star Spangled Banner at the opening ofthe toot- affvm. ,,.,,, .. 6 ball game. 5. Marching Band, Front Row CL-Rl: Sergio Urena, Cecilia Becerra, Leah McCihhon, Anthony Camez. Second Row: Nancy Hernandez, Vickie YVong, Tracy Fontan, Angie Diaz, Mayte Silva, Alejandra Madrigal, Samantha Castillo. Third Row: Francisco Es- trada, Enrique Riyera, Ioslyn Chung, Ionathan Lew, Richard Martell, Marie Salazar, Mariyel Ruiz, Alma Duenas, Calni Crowe. Fourth Row: Manuel Navarro, Michael Barlmera, Julius Dulay, Ruland Amit, Lesley Bonnet, Isabel Sandoval, Rosemary Amiani, Diana Limon, Branlio Luna, Victor Campos. 6. Flag captain, Ernestine Nieto, prepares herself tor the next routine. 7. Cheering in the stands, the Panther Pep Club supports our team. 8. Franklin's marching band adds a special touch to night games. Clubs 53- Ofxg6Zhl'ZLZf7'0H5 107 1. Tall Flags, Front Row QL-RJ: Ernestine Nieto, Sonia Lopez. Second Row: Rowshell Fraijo,San Juana Nunez, Helga Castro. Third Row: Patty Maldonado, Sandy Truong, Elvia Lopez. 2. Helga Castro prepares to give a shining performance which is traditional of Franklinis spirit groups. 3. They've got rhythm. These Panthers concentrate on the music during a lunch time pep rally. 106' Cfubs id- Organizations if --i ef.2pe.:a,vxg,,g aaaa , -. ,gk , . ' ' ""' QWNWMM New ' A Q: - .,-1: em, ,,.. xx.,,xx.., Q .... , -ef ..,,,x x... 5-mf-iffi. .4 --x----f' '1-M--f--W New 3 mai.. VIKKL Vrkhhk A N 3. ,,,.,.,,-,a, . . . K a Q- A 5 ,Q 2 A S , A a fi S MN i a if as K- lii Q Aiiii- I i R ge 5 I 1. Strutting Drill Team member, Alina Munoz, shows off her glittering night uniform. 2. Boys' Cheerleading Squad, Top: Edwin Fahros. Middle: Oscar Figueroa, julius Dulav. Bottom: Alfonso Lopez, joseph Heredia. Orlando Villanueva. 3. Drill Team, Front Row CL-RD: Captains Anna Marie Sanchez, Lixett Villarreal. Second Row: Xioinara Flores, jacqueline Aramhula, Yvette Licon, Mercy Guino, Adriana Morales, Delia Salazar tChaplainj, Paris Land- inguin CTreasurerJ, Carmen Medina QSecretaryl, Susie Gomez, Sandra Rivera, Diane Quintanilla, Delhnv Figueroa, jackie Ruiz. Third Row: Sheira Argueta, Ann Beth Salvador, Sophie L. Morales, Deanna Boucher, Tammy Cesualdi, Rocio Gomez, Ramona Rodriguez, Leonor Martinez, Victoria Buxton, Vanessa Mojica, Suzy Mezquita, Theresa Escaravage, julie Partida, Rocio Hernandez, Fourth Row: Diane Castillo, Vanessa May- netto, Ilian Sanchez, Elizabeth Espino, Ana Garcia, Ana Romero, Cynthia Avila, Elizabeth Negrette, Mayra Moreira, Bertha Castaneda, Maria Lopez, Mona Frescas. Fifth Row: Sandra M ulhall, Maria E. Hernandez, Christi Burgos, Dawn Carihay, Tonya Andrade, Alma D. Munoz, Maxine Rivas, Bertha Solis. 4. Weive got spirit. The 1987 and alumni cheerleaders reunite at the Homecoming game. ,mm ,, L., f Clubs 67' Organizations I0 1. Enjoying the lliliiitilllli perlbrniance, lliun Sum-In-1 smiles alt fill' spiritml cmwci. 2. Varsity cileerlealder, Nla1i'i.11u1 rXiCCi1'LlIlO lends the cmwcl in il supporting L-liver. 3. A unique breed of cat. Sainiul Truong perilzrnls an tall iiug routine with tile lmml and ciriil team. 4. The Franklin slrutters iine the quad as they stnncl ui palralcie rest LlllXiUIlSif' waiting thi- next whistle, dub , x,f1l'Pi ,rf ,wiv 91, Rs K. mf' vw-of - -' imfigfiig' ,U . ., 'mfr- I 70 clubs 67- Orgcznizaf1'0nf ...- van 'mga 1. Cheerleaders and Mascots, Front Row CL-RJ: Loanne Hizo, Araceli Rivas. Second Row: Rocio Argueta, Lilia Sandoval, Letty Guevara, Cecilia Ramos, Martha Marquez, Rita Valencia, Connie Gonzalez, Carla M4Najar, Luz Rodriguez, Michelle Perez. Third Row: Edith Mendiola, Faviola Lopez, Ana Gonzalez, Mariana Medrano, Christina Marquez. Top Row: Gloria del Toro, Norma Lopez. 2. Victor Campos, with sousaphone and uniform in hand, parades across the quad while waiting to leave for an away game. S552 .1 A f5""' 3. Pep Club, Front Row CL-RJ: Rani Carlos fSgt. at Armsj, Margaret Ruiz QCo-Captainj, Yvette Hall QMascotJ, jane McMichael fCaptainD, Gloria Rojas fSgt. at Armsj. 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MUYATAI QZYIIJ 616611 LZAIIAIZIYI Cllllllh will QQHMVYOA Royalty Relgns Over a Night To Remember One of the thrills of being a senior is being part of the Homecoming Court. Many seniors apply for the position, even more wonder what it would be like to be the center of attention that evening. Selecting the Homecoming Court is a month-long process. An introductory meeting is held in Panther Hall under the direction of Mr. Keith Camet. Candidates need a "CU average, no "Us, in cooperation, no more than one "Un in work habits, and class attendance in the prior semester must show that no student missed more than 20'Zn C18 daysj of any class. Applica- tions are filed with Ms. Elaine Harada. Eligible candidates have their photos taken by Mr. Ben Makuta. All seniors vote for their choices. One day at lunch, the finalists are announced. The moment is exciting. To add to the excitement, a dance is scheduled during the week. When the crowning ceremony takes place in the quad the following week, equipped with flowers, robes and crowns, girls cry and the boys beam with pride. The Homecoming game has traditionally been played early in the season against Eagle Rock. This year's ceremony was held at Wilson High in a game against Garfield. The evening parade was a splendor to behold! ,Zyqy Og,-ug Welfare ffhfaa Kyrie fwwa ffllZ0!l'KZ ffwakz 6763636 Sgyfaa was ' ill., jx I 38:-. gi HJT: Q- Q 'Y' Q 6 YQ L5 1 . , ' if if , 1 'QQ' 1 .wxwy ' K -5 .K if, ,., -4 v l 'ia kwff' ,wffwa - -sv' -Y l0II42l 'f ' Af Wim -494 -' IQVDQ f9ff1142zf': Q. ids . 'Ulm iw --wi . -.-Q. 5-we Q. -if if 1. -my ' my a r , 6 . , . E u Q. . Avg 4 V fg- -Qv' ik Q igllf' wi -153' ge. x. Tys ' G W vin- Si VNC? a s X' gee? I S V3 4? Q . Myllcf 911f12vv'f': sziff W -W, , ,N .x :TN wiv 52 , . t ay, XX -- V K l 4 -iw 1? 1 X., 'Q 19" W wr 4 'SFF wtmw. ig Q ,Q Q s ii' -R Q .M XX f my um ':-if x if-,,,:' .K ,,,D U ' qyf i A-, ' iw 2 5 A X wxesg L ,g 1 Q 55. Q ' R Ni EF . in - f . I an-. , if - - 'A X5 X ' A X S Ms- X4 X HWS- ,- - was 'I' v. f 'W w, Lf Seniors Speak What needs improvement at Franklin? 1. Bring back senior privileges. David Monraz 6. Give the school a new paint job. Diana Chuy 2. Place more plants here and there. Eileen Tran 7, Improve the food. Gertie Meza 3. We need air conditioners for summer school, Cruz Alarmillo 8, Bring in dilferent kinds of vending machines. Yolanda Serrato 4. We need an open campus. Chris Heyer 9. We could use a bigger library. Adrian Arreola 5. The football Held needs lights and new bleachers. Lulu Iimenez 10, Cleaner bathrooms! 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A a D' QQ ,Mgr V J H . . 1 35 A I .5 , - aa 0' I 'gvmfw f ' 'me fw '- ' , ,X 2 Z 3 , , , f f ,, , if '-i f 1 4 ' f 1 1 , 2 , mf ,,,,G, iw J ff, 2, 1 4 4 'gum A Z Q ft, ' A 55. uf' M 1031 x ai' ww QW abil' f ewzz A'v:fWi4W my 6 ' ' Um, A 5 W . ,fy 7 2 U W an f f nw , 4,i,:m,,,, H W., , W, 1 W' if , WIH4 W Aw M, Hg Wisdom omes With Experience What advice would you give to the uncle1'classmenP l. Hang in there! Adrian Arreola 6. Lower your cholesterol intake. Anthony Acosta I. Set your goals high. If you want something, strive for it. Melissa Mendoza 7. Get involved! Iudi Adachi l. Study hard and get the best grades possible. Evelyn Iimenez 8. Work hard in the first semester of your senior year and really enjoy the second Ii. Try your best in school now. Christina Aragon semester. Cary Lam 5. Donlt mess up in the 11th grade so you can have a good senior year. And, don't 9. Start thinking about life after high school. Avee Lara ness up in your senior year or youlll he sorry. juan Avila 10. Donlt party. juan Jimenez 1 fSurvey infornuztion was provided with the help of the following record rooms: Ms. jeter, Mr. Nambu, Mr. Clint Taylor, Ms. Pratch and Dr. Hofj9mzn.Q -1' 1,29 Zi JD 'D ffm Mzflzfzf Mina Mlffwe Myzzff Hdlflllt' .yljlfllfllb Mlfflflf 1 tlzrnfy . Min' .dlfznl . MIIYF . Mivlaef . Lflfakz . flu' . Mzfifzkzffz Kjarzwz . MIIYIQIFZ r 7 Ma MIUZIJ ,MMMV . MIIIJAIM , MIIYIIII .,MQ01faZ Ally? ,. M.fZZ6mf time ,Headed Zu! VMZIQIMI .Seniors 129 it -at L, M D t.f L c 'Wie The traditional Senior Trash Can Day was held on October 25th on the girls, Held. The students were allowed to bring their own supplies, although paint, brushes and cans v provided. The event was supervised by Mr. John Spencer who did a great job. He gave a few instructions and suggestions and then let the imaginations of the seniors do the w The seniors busily painted their cans, but to no onels surprise, cans were not the only things being painted. Pants, shirts, shoes and faces were splashed with paint. The outcorr the event was successful. The seniors had fun and creatively painted trash cans that added color to the Franklin campus. Painters, Front Row KL-RJ: Doug Nguyen, L Campopiano, Michelle Perez, Carla Najar, Seidy Godinez, Portia Pablo, Patricia Stibbard, Cynthia Felix, Yolanda Serrato. Second Row: Edgar Enriquez, Alfonso Lopez, Mar Medrano, Helga Castro, Shawn Mitchell. Third Row: Graciela Bolivar, Delia Salazar, Mojdeh Zamani, Elaine Mejia, Eric Roeder, Laura Leszt, Marita Vergel De Dios, Dc Woo, Margaret Alarcon, Cenoveva Cuba. Fourth Row: Miguel Ribancos, Iohn Manalili, Anna Van Den Berghe, Vanessa Morales, Rudy Amaral, Angelo Guerrero, Mia Ma: Bayani De Guzman. 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Y. -rf Q -1-' ,Wx .f. A QQ QQ. 1 '11 1 , ,,,f"" ai if fi . WHS' Q AES N 1 -9" 'S ma iw QQ f . Q0 a. 2? ,x As if .A Q? , X3 N is 1, ' + wx-an af' wg f ,Vg L ,gl .xiii " ' Sl A 4253 Q., 41' .pw- "ur-1 2 'UQ' Happy faces abound in the senior class. Students like jason Martinez are eager to enter another phase oflife, life after Franklin. Costs on the Rise This school year, seniors or their parents had to be "rolling in the bucks" in order to take part in senior activities. Senior portraits, S100 average, college application fees, S100-300, the prom, S300-500, class ring, S150 average, grad night, 330, senior dues, S8 average, and many more activities and items exclusively for seniors, easily cleaned out a savings account or whole monthis paycheck. How did seniors deal with this financial situation? Many guiltily asked their parents to pay for the expenses, Some students, like A.S.B. President Elaine Mejia, spent their own money and only asked their parents when their savings ran out. jose Baldonado, Vice President of the Key Club, however, remarked, "I donit feel guilty when my parents pay for school activities. But I do feel guilty when I ask them for money to buy a recordf' Mejia blames her big spending this year on the fact that she "found Cherselfl getting more involved in activities." But it was worth it to her for she "had a lot of funf' Angelo Guerrero, Key Cluh President, said that buying everyth- ing may have been costly, but he did not regret it because it helps him "retain all those fond memoriesf' justine Leong, Contributing Writer 136 Senior: 3, iv' y!0fZlZ6 - fdllll Fffzvrztr , fxvzafl' fhllllfld' i-- - 1 , J Q L.-j 575712105 fQ1'lYIll fflllllfbf fwfr Sfzkzfvw -af -ytfaff fgefllllfl !f?I2l'flZZ . 61011 Qin!! j0y6 QHNM . 'fllll fnjllfild' ,wlllcll 3 M45 me 3 sis-Q Z if R , Maw nn" A N, Q :img XS, 'QSX Ihlll Q' as Q55 aw Q. may C R 'I 5. SY 'fl 4, . 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', iv v, Q A, iw hu, fw,,'v wsu vt. , ' A . .. . 53- f. kffQ..':'-Qr .f wif .Q v . u'f- S' , f -Mess, ' fl N ix " . M g Q A- . A Nh? Rav Mai- -. 'F 356 ,gg if W' A ,, V, , X in . Vw Q52 V? , 1 . ,.: X A 'Sr E ,ar fs ,ui gf xi, WMV - -ffx Q ,,, . ky.. 'QOH' W. 5 . -up. MM ,B K xi ,N X55 - .Q is hw .,df,.- W, A A, .ww 1 1 xi A pi' Q gr WEP. Q i f QQ, Q .4 , 4,,r,.,l .W NM x in 1' . is Aa my 'isx I sd? 1 Spf ii if Mm 3f'4'6+ -.....-I 'viii x K4 ,ff f gr Wi X ima? 1 -.N ,f""'l1 Q , in 951+ sk y 7.ym,Y ,. ,N if Qin, , 9 Q D .Ki-M in wma W--vrfsp., Q fr l91 Q--an ,J Y f.. PALL DIA F LL,S SE IOR LE DERS Q Qs, -.Q '3 N N, . .6 :,. j i . 5 1 i E s 3 l Semester, First Row QL-Rl: john Perez, Margaret Alacon, Mojdeh Zamani, john Larrazabal, Donna VVoo, ani De Guzman, Marita Vergel dc Dios, Mr. john Spencer. Last Row: Brett Ratlift, Portia Pablo, Lesley DER SPRING,S SENIOR LE ing Semester, First Row fL-RD: Daniel Rico, Mia Matias, Marianne Garcia, Anna Marie Sanchez, juanita nitan. Last Row: Doug Nguyen, Melanie Sarceda, john Perez, james Turner, Mr. john Spencer. From the Inside Success C ame From Team Work The words "senior year" have been synonymous in the high school world with a fun and active year. These attributes have been made possible for this year,s Senior class by the 1986-1987 Senior Cabinet. The Senior Cabinet, composed ofa group of seniors and advisor Mr. john Spencer, organized all the activities for this year's Senior class. During the fall semester, seniors were able to participate in the Balloon Popping Contest, the Ice Cream Contest and the Cartoon Week, which were organized by Marita Vergel de Dios, a "Rep-ab largeu. Marita became involved with Senior Cabinet because she "wanted to make things happen". Bayani De Guzman and Ana Gonzales also Reps-at-large, spoke of their reasons for becom- ing involved. Bayani said "I wanted to be in Senior Cabinet because I wanted to experience leader- ship. U Ana Gonzales said she "wanted to get to know more people in the student body and faculty." Although each had their own reason for participa- tion in Senior Cabinet, both Bayani and Ana gave a word of advice to next yearas Senior Cabinet when they said that, uto make things happen in Senior Cabinet, people must get along with one another in order to work hard as a team." Senior Cabinet 745 111 Q . o l 1 431 4' . s ' v What,s in the Stars. 1-0111111011 111-1-111'1'1-111111 1191 Ll 51111101 15 111 111111 11111151-11 111111111-11 111 il l'0I'lll'l'. Wi111 llljT12ll1S 111'11-511011511111i111-5 - ll 1811-Ililgl' 111111111 111111 111 11111111 C1LlyS 111111-11 111- 11115 1Jlll'1'1f' 5111111111, 8111110101311 0111. 111- 11115 ll 1Ikl11.C1UZl'll 1-0111-gc 11111111- 1-11110115 10 1111 0111. 1115 111111111 1111115 11111 5111-111 100 111ig111, T1111511 51-1111111 111-11v1111-5 111111 11111111-w1111c 111-1-11 11l1' 91'll1lll' 110111 w011y111g 11110111 1115 11111111-. 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B111, 11 15 111511 il y1'LlI' 111 1'e5110115i11i111y 1-0111-1-111111g 11111-'5 111111111 111111 O1,Hl'0VV1llg 1111. Dirmu Clmy, C1111If111ul111,q 11"riI1fr 146 .Senior Candlds ,SW F it ::L L if U izt, 'A . :.i i ' ' it it I 9 WW l . F e ill , A aw. s, 3. :saw K 4 . at ss 1. Practice makes perfect. lXIurgnrvt Alurcmm, lCIuimk Mc-jin amcl llc-lgu Castro refine the url tll1MSC'lllllIlliIljI,v ut il Ifmnlslin clam-0, 2. Combat ready. Julius lJlllkly pmeties-s fllr the llilliililllt' pc-l'l1n'n1um-e tu llc- Q.IiVi'll ut Wilson the night ol' Ilzlllowz-cm. 3. Winning smiles. Seniors and liicllcls Qklfllldl' ltll' Pizza Night. 4. Meet the Challengers. BllylllliClC'cillZlII1lIl. Holm-t Clolwrly. Mic-lmvl Rivcfm, Ellfiqlli' fJliV1lI'C'S1lllKl Sul Ile-rmmclc-z mm-et on the Klllilil stage lin' an Tmllmv Blll'l'C'I' Ezltiuq Contest. Maw the lui ffff est moutli winl . rw . , 2-rw 5. WVhat's in the bag? Students in Mr. Ecl NillI'likll'ikllli5 l1llIIlLlIlitlt'S class il.SSCl1ll7lfx their mom Kll'Sif.fIl projects. Senior Cczncficfr 147 12: 1 N Q an X Siefi--:retain , ,.x 1 . K ky ,. Q. ,mg l. Food. glorious food. Xviiiikllll Lim samples one ol' the cielieious treats provided ily the clubs ciu1'iiig1Cl1liJ Fair 186. The Cluli Fair is un opportunity tlirtiie stucicutstuseethevz1rietyof'e1ul1savuilaixlc. This activity is 11 prelude to till' even larger lliteriiutimull F0011 Fair held in the spring sciiiester and Ol'glllliZL't'i ily' Stucieiit liezlcielship. 2. Keep up the good work. P1lIlti1CI'Dil.iIlik'l'Svl0ilI1 Casey. i'iCiNVLll'd Saliiclmui, Epic Diaz and -Iimior RUIIICTO improve the aippc-umm-e ofthe school every lllUl'llil1gCilll'iIljl Pcriocl 1.'l'l1cy1'e1now-unsiglitlywritingtrmntlwwnllsuncl 1'ec'L-ive service Credit itll' tlieir 4-ttbrts. 3. Retrieving equipment. Regiuo Beltraul, il iiieniiwr of the aulclio-visluil support class, returns il 'l'.Y. a1iclY.C.li. to Mr. Don llcp11m"s1'orm1lietlmre tht- emi oi' scliuol. , W-r' 1 1461 .Senior Cana'1'n'.v ar A 4 gf - ,gk . Sn-...... f-fxizwwm. r ju . ' . 'fm 4 1 , Pay -.. .4 I ,V Kg .5 '.,L, -3.3. ll,-'-f.ix A if 1, X . . 0, ,, 5' A qfviwivi :,uQnr' R A ,. f ad, wZA'4' .Q'K.',.-KQ5: ' -. .,14:,,g,7 - -, '- F. ,I wi' , . 0 "'-1' - o ,ww --,414 X H 541' Yw,.,,-,f, f -,, v my ' dl, ," , .- 'f A ,W-.H . N, i , .f A ,H 2 ' . , K G 'X Q A 5 Q- KV J, H in I L ig' r - W- Q?f3i4?fr Aff ' is.. , ES,--,, X L Et- 'W 'Q N x E ff t ww '31, "7- , if wp' mmf- Jif iiln , E,, A I I. XVCNYC golxpiril.iflxm-1'lu1dc'1'sliitnY.1l1-m-in. fllorin IDL-I 'l'um, Nlivllcfllw l,1'l'1m. c,llI'lll Nlliill' :mal rxillmilll-1 N't'iII'LllIU riflm- :dup ilu' lin- lI'lll'l'i gli ll0IlIl'l'UIllillLf. 2. Rest and rvcupcrutiml. At HlL'L'I1Ll0fkfl1i' xIi'l,UIllllKlN9 lxilwlan-tllml, Kuy' filllli IIlL'llllll'I'5. liic-llglrcl Xyllll. Clary' Lillll and I'1ill'l'll l"llk1lln.A1'1ltLlk1' fimvtu rvst. 3. f10ll1lllCllCliII2,' work wcll done. Cfmu-I1 .fhlrlalllmlsrllmmf.nl4-1c'm1LU'alillla1tr-s 'xllfllllllf Na1x.u'mLlll1'i1l21lmtlJ.1llplxlctiq-m'. Tlu- tikllll pr.u'I1:'mw cluring ilu- SllIllIIl1'l'IlI'lLH'l17tllL'UINxlllIlQlJf sn-howl tulmllrl Nfrllllllhl. k'1lUlN'!lltllJII and slxillx. Senior Cancfiffr 149 1 150 .Spark 7151711 you UN' flfwfffgly In fir' Afyfgrffllrf, f C .W fff ioffafffffl' K0 IYYICA fir' fs'n'0fxz I 91' fir' Klfkvf 171114 . Nllll'C1lS Tullius Cin-Cro SPORTS r1?,, Spring Training Team Aims for a City Title Another great season for the Varsity Baseball team was expected. After taking the city title last year, the team felt they were strong enough to do the same this year. Captain Ricky Lopez answered 'Sofcoursev when asked if he thought the team would take the city championship title. Coach Rick Campbell had three goals this season. The first goal was to take the league title. If the team could keep a strong defense, he said he would like "the pitcher to have at least seven strike outs and no more than three walks per gamef' The second goal was to play well in the playoffs, meaning the team would have to work on their batting. A'We're a good team, we just have to lighten up on our batsf, admitted Kirby Carranza. Coach Campbell said "I feel 13-2 would be a good record to go for. " Coach Campbellis third goal was to get to Dodger Stadium, an experience he looked forward to. The Varsity team consisted of many ex- perienced players including Captain Ramon Martinez whom Coach Campbell said "was the best in the league, and possibly the cityf, Captain Ricky Lopez played on the Varsity team for three consecutive years, and pitcher Samuel Cenie was a reliable pitcher who strengthened the team's game. Coach Camp- bell thought their toughest opponent would be Marshall High School. His advice for the team was to "Co out there and do their best." 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'AV wi ,la ,Qin .sw 1. 99530 Micheal Dunkel throws the ball back to the pitcher after a successful play. 2. Sebastian Queszada warms up by throwing while waiting for the game against Roosevelt to begin. 3. Winding up. Paul Kearns, prepares for a perfect throw. A 4. Throwing' fire. Kirby Carranza pitches another spectacular strike. Basefvaff I 53 , Team Works on Batting he Junior Varsity Baseball team was ready to take on their opponents. They were indeed a promising team. "Our toughest opponent is Wilson Highf according to Coach Robin Cardona. "Their team is dominant because of the number of seniors in their line up. U Coach Cardona is looking forward to a successful year. When asked how well he expected his team to do, Coach Cardona said, MWith a little luck, Weill beat Wilsonf, Coach Cardona has been with the IV team for several years. He has coached, managed, flashed signs, and guided the Franklin youths. Coach Cardona is proud ofhis team. He said, "The best players are jose Cervantes, a returning player, who plays left field, and Ernie Barraza, an all around ball playerf, The team has some promising new players as well, Chad Infranca and Sergio Yescas. The team practices at San Pascual Park when they do not have games. The teamis strength lies in the pitching along with its defense. The coach intends to work on the Weak and inconsistent hitting. Team coopera- tion and effort will help achieve the goals which, according to Coach Cardona, included "Winning league and developing the kids so they will be able to compete on the varsity team laterf, 1. Practice makes perfect. Varsity Captain Ricky Lopez skillfully covers third base. 2. Hit and run. Sebastian Quesada prepares to slam a home run for his team. 3. Watch and learn. Chad Infranca and Sergio Yescas patiently wait for their turn at the bat. 4. The super stretch. Team members help each other stretch out their muscles before a game at San Pascual Park. 5. 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X . 234451-54+l"7'l'8 ". Q 9: J 1 Z: V Mi! 4 3' ..f'f'j.. :S 155-in 'NN Tv mf . ,X it Tk A 'A f L? . A ,Y ,-N b L. ig -W .J ui if X! X A ? - 5,8 Y., . H fL7""U ,rx e'9' ,f" -DY' - """"" 41' - I . X 6 Scores FHS - Varsity 5 Reseda 4 7 Hollywood 1 3 San Pedro 1 11 Roosevelt 1 5 Lincoln 2 7 Belmont 2 4 Wilson 2 13 Eagle Rock 6 4 Marshall 1 10 Lincoln 2 3 Belmont 1 I 4 Wilson 2 7 Eagle Rock 1 2 Marshall 5 League, 2nd Place 12-3 Overall, 18-10 ' Scores FHS -IV A 5 Reseda 5 3 San Pedro 2 6 Roosevelt 5 I 12 Lincoln 0 2 Belmont 1 4 Wilson 3 4 Eagle Rock 3 6 Marshall 2 9 Lincoln 4 5 Belmont 0 17 Wilson 5 Overall, lst Place 14-1 Base-buff 155 et esult Teams League Champs The joy of victory was well known to this yearas Girls, Basketball teams. The varsity team with five returning players had an overall recored of 5-5 placing the team third in the Northern League. When the team compe- ted in the playoffs, it was defeated by Garfield. According to team member juanita Pitpitan, the team was especially utough, quick and aggressivef, What many players will remember most about the season besides the bictories were the good times, boisterous bus trips and devotion of their coach, Ms. Chris Clark. The junior Varsity Girls, Basketball team was a young team eager to play. Team members Tabitha Li and Pamela Adachi agreed that udefense was tight and con- sistentf, With an overall recored of 7-3, the team placed second in the League. Both Tabitha Li and Iustine Leong were awarded IV All-League honors. Coach Clark was cited as the primary motivator responsible for the teamls success. 1. Shooting high. Cecilia Becerra shoots lor two points against Lincoln, 2. Attention please. Coach Clark congratulates her en- thusiastic team aftcr beating the opposition. 3. A Tiger on her tail. Pamela Aclachi goes up fora lay up while a Tiger tries to block the shot. 4. Not just bread and water. Gabriela jimenez eats pizza with her teammates before an away game. Score: G - HSC - IV Basketball 33 ' . V Lincoln ' 45 23's ' Belmont 27 44, T V Wilson 24 ' V Eagle Rock 11 I f'45t ' Marshall 20 ' 33, Lincoln 33 V- i i,-, V Belmont 40 .V , Wilson' 0 , y . Eagleraock 29 if 'LeagaefHecord: 7-3 V V lp'-QveraZl Record: 1144 ' 156 Ciirfs' Baskefbaff if-1'!l5'1 -Ce ff, d an 1- 1 'iff-4 ur 4' 1 Scores FHS - Varsity Basketball 44 Lincoln 48 49 Belmont 35 53 Wilson 16 48 Engle Rock 43 34 Marshall 61 47 Lincoln 63 46 Belmont 40 69 Wilson 48 41 Eagle Rock 49 42 Marshall 58 League Record: 5,5 Overall Record: 12-12 Q df: 'f Y44 VarsityBuskctln1ll. Front Row KL-lil: jurunin Pitpitun, janvt lflllillllkllll. llilllfil Rutl- lRJrcl, Y1llll'S51l Nlornlvs, Min xlLltlll5. Buck Row: lluong lllm, .flu-Claxptnill Diunu Linlon, Crum-In c.llI'l5 Clark. 1,0-C.npt.nn 1,4-L-1l1r1 llc-L-cx'1'a1. vl1'llIllll'l'IIIIIVIIPZ. limi! jV Buslcctllull, Front Row KL-RJ: clllI'lSllllC Kwan, lxl4'l'l'l'llQS Morales, Nancy Nlojiul, jun-kiv Stinnctt. flnlrrivlu jlllll'IlCZ. Back Row: Cu-Cnptuill Pa1nclaA4lacl1i, jnstinc' 151-ll,'ll1lmitlmLi. Sllc-llm-5' lJllllIllllt'l'. CKJ-crllllltillllcl1lhSlL' Mx-flinzi. Leanne Pm: Cl11ln'ir'ln jilm-In-Z. Cong-lx iflnia Cilrn-k. A- ii Nr pf Lift Off To The Top This year the Varsity and junior Varsity Basketball teams will be remembered for their enthusiasm and heart. According to Coach Charles Donaghho, "The teams never gave upf, This year the teams were hurt due to the lack of eligible players. Coach Donaghho had to put some ofthe juniors in place ofthe seniors. Even though there were some disappointments this year, the players played very Well. For example, Varsity player Ronnie Lopez made 2nd team All-League. Coach Donaghho is looking forward to his next yearls teams because a lot of his players are returning, Coach Donaghho said, 'Alf the teams have any success next year, then I will have to say thank you to the six senior players who contributed to the teams this yearf, 156' B0y.r'BaskezL6czff S Z 17 ',,i, M ' ' elif img V QE -- .,x iii C . Boys, IV Basketball, Front Row KL-RJ: Steven Kridel, Daniel Yamada, Captain Lester Ojeda, Alex Mustelier- Matos. Back Row: Coach Charles Donaghho, Captain Chi Fong, Lucio Solano, jesus Hernandez, David Echavarria. l Y El MTM! vllq I I! 'K Scores FHS -Varsity 58 Lincoln 74 4 57 Belmont 66 60 Wilson 66 63 Eagle Rock 75 49 Marshall 79 58 Lincoln 71 56 Belmont 53 41 Wilson 70 62 Eagle Rock 76 53 Marshall 73 Scores FI-IS -IV 46 Lincoln 49 52 Belmont 51 43 Wilson 47 63 Eagle Rock 66 38 Marshall 51 34 Lincoln 52 57 Belmont 59 48 Wilson 64 63 Eagle Rock 61 K QE 40 Marshall 52 1. Tw Marshall pla r' ' r we h ,l dl 1 tl ,f tl' I gl up ofllioclel Barcelohi. 5 d 6 L rw 6 me W lc as cw 2. Steven Kridel, surrounded by four VVilson players, V goes up for ll lay up. s Varsity Basketball, Front Row QL-Rl: lay Respicio, Kenneth Sallolcl, Rndel Barcelona, juan Tristan Back 3. Jumping high. lay Rcspicio Scores another two points Coach Charles Donaghho, Mike Martin, Valentin Torres, Ronnie Lopez, Mike Dunkel, Sam Genie. for the Panthers 4. David Echavarria lights oil Marshalls defense. Boys' Baskefbaff 759 Shooting askets F or Points and Pleasure he Bee Basketball team finished in third place in league. The Bees, who struggled dur- ing their pre-season games, improved as the season progressed. By the end ofthe season they were competitive with any team in the league. They lost three very close games which decided the league championship. The team was led hy three senior guards, Sal Pasaye QSecond Team All-Leaguej, Shnwing Fong and Duc Thai. 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Cesar Gomez QFirst Team All-Leagueg Team MVPJ was the teamls leading scorer. But he received plenty of support from Phong Nghiem QSecond Team All-Leaguel, Cam Ngo and Mike Roldan. I Score: FHS 46 Roosevelt 38 66 Garfield 47 55 Eagle Rock 64 69 Lincoln 51 58 VVilson 82 64 Roosevelt 59 58 GarHeld 39 43 Eagle Rock 40 52 Lincoln 49 58 Wilson 62 e Basketball, Front Row LL-Rl: Captain Sliuwing Fong, Thi Tran, joseph Heredia. Hoang Nguyen, Car Chan. c Thai, Sal Pasaye. Back Row: Coach Utsunomiya, Paul Kearns. Duong Trnong, juan Dela Piedra. Alx in rres. Captain Charles Poe, Carlos Sanchez. Manager Cuong Chan. Ccc Basketball, Front Row ll.-HJ: Dannl Lew. Sal Serrano. ffaptznn Cesar Conn-L. Captain Cain Ngo. Plnnng Nghiexn. Zllnnq Tran Back Raw: Clnaclx Utsononniya. Het-Un' Sam-ln-L, Nlilw llulilan, Art Olxio, Seralin Mirallma, llaxial Lame Manager llnonwg lilxau. Bays' Cee Baskefbaff 161 sf , 1 Fw . H - Scores FHS 30 Lincoln 25 41 Eagle Rock 18 45 l Business Mag. 15 18 Wilson 43 29 s Belmont 26 43 Marshall 18 1. Carlos Martinez shows stamina in his rross country run lllfllllgll the- hills oi' Griilith Park. 2. Finding time to tellin' illD1'L'illif1'0IIl his L-onlpctitivc run- ning, Ccorgv fl0I'lf'tt0 oxprosscs his c-once-rn lor world pczlcc. 3. Cesar Narro puffs and puffs his way towzuxl the finish linc. 4. Rounding the corner, Trish Curlmjal take-s the- ls-url from he-r tcznnxnate- Srithip Src-stllaplnlxllay alt tht- Crock Theatre course, 162 Cram Cownfry E Q, Varsity Cross Country, Front Row KL-RJ: Captain Vinton' Bululvrus, Doug Nguw Erncst Young, Buck Row: Captain llrnn-sto Lopc-1, llucillo C2l5t0lll'llkl, Cos N zu'1'o. WW N Ex x gh junior Varsity Cross Country, Front Row ll,-Rl: Saul Nxlrro, llin-zirclo Kfhirinc Back Row: lfrniv Young. Antliony clLUlll'Z, rlltillf' Ut:-ro. l N Unknown Sport Made for an Exciting Season Cross Country is the "unknown sportf, according to Coach Richard Guzman. Even the players kid each other about the sport. Ernesto Lopez, team captain said, "WVe are unknown hecause nohody knows what cross country That statement is true, a lot of people are not familiar with cross country. The Franklin Cross Country team is in the Northern League which competes in the Creek Theatre course at Griflith Park. The course goes through a rocky canyon, up a sandy hill, and hack down through the canyon to the park again. The Franklin Cross Country team consists of Rmur teams: Varsity Boys', Varsity Girls, Iunior Varsity, and FroshfSoph. The Varsity Boys, team ended their season with a 3-3 record, Varsity Girls' a 5-1 record, junior Varsity team an l-5 recordg and the Froshf Soph team a 2-4 record. The teams were very pleased with what they accomplished this year. They set many goals and one goal was to go to the city finals, which they did hut were stopped in the finals. Overall, the team tried their hest and had fun. Mcndoaa C iptun Nlonici fehallos Lu QOIlLllQL Cro!! l. W'l1ile Alfonso Lopez Controls tralliic- aiglzlinst il Wilson Mule, il4' alttcinpts lo avoid ii tackle. 2. It takes two Nurlxoimv Claim-lios to bring clown 'l'ora1c-c- Rllgiilllii. 3. Caring for others is Slllllfxfilillg Ms, liosv l,ow always Iimis time for. 4. Deep in thought, flcorqc Yusqiu-x 11-fin-cts on his Quinn- stnltcgy. 1 764 Foofbaff -7, ' , h as If Mig X ,, 'M av-. . ws-,rt e e Q . f . Hs . -1 J a , Y Q F I Coach lristills uCommitment to Perfectionv This yearis Franklin Varsity Football team led hy Coach Armando Gonzalez and Coach Robin Cardona completed a successful season. which ended in a 3A-division city championship. For technical reasons, the city did not permit the school to keep the title. Coach Gonzalez was the head coach in 1983 when he led Franklin to the 2A-city title. Since then, he left the coaching scene for two years to be a fire fighter. He felt that the experience of Ere fighting was "too hotfl and he also missed coaching, so he came back. Coming hack to coaching after capturing the city title was a challenge for Gonzalez, The team was successful because of all the hard work and time they invested intpractice. Gonzalez ex- plained, "Before a team can be successful, they have to play as a team, have trust in each other, and most of all, believe in themselvesf' The team had several goals this season. Their first goal was to go to the city playoffs and, indeed, they did with a league record of 7-2. But they did not take league, which was their second goal. They were beaten by Garfield, Franklin made it to the playoffs but as a "wild card tcamf a team never expected to win the city title. 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B2 Lomom Lovefr Wi? BA Bruce Cookrei' Wi? B5 Dovio Espinozo NG Bo Gusperro Goroy Wi? 87 Louie Moroies Wi? BB Miohoei Moriin Wi? . .Scores FHS - Varsity 35 Marshall 13 34 ,Eagle Rock 12 13 'Roosevelt 7 10 I 7 Taft 6 16 San Pedro 0 12 Narbonne 13 17 Wilson 3 10 Locke 34 33 p Garfield 1 14 L 1 1 V I l 1. Time out. Vuristy players take il moment from to pose. Front row: Raul Roino, Aclrinn DeNava Row: Roberto Benitez, Stove W'ooclring, Hernandez. Back Row: Fzllxrizio Elias. 2. Flying high for an interception is Miguel Ma 3. Sweet smell of success. The IEA-champions s crowd tlu- ninnluer one te-uni alter beating Mani F 0 ofbaff practice . M ialdlt- It-sus rtinez. llow the ull Arts. 167 l. Two Panthers move with ease as they tackle- their prcv. 2. Ricky Lopez in motion for a pericct pass, 3. A moment to remember. 4. Timing and team work were the l'iCylllj.1I'i'Clit'lllSll0L'Kl- ed to luring clown this Gaucho. w""Iu 'b Varsity Football, Front Row, KL-Rl: Donald Sprenglenwyer, jerrolzl Larranaga, Torace Ragland, Altiniso Lopez. Cuslmerto Caray, Rafael Delgado, Cillwrt Avila, john Maralili. Second Row: Managerjulian Olea, Cahriel Hernandez, Rudy Caravito, George Vasquez, David jackson, Armando Gallo, David Espinoza, Emie Barram, Eric York, Manager Andre Cockrell. Third Row: jose Aguilar, Fahrizio Elias, javier Amaro, Coach Cardona, Coach Gonzalez, Coach Noriega, Coach Trevino, Robert Benitez, Paul Engle-lwrecht, Michael Martin. Fourth Row: Louie Morales, Raul Romo, jesus Hemandez, Bruce Coclcrell, jon Petrie, Ralph Hernandez, Steve Woodring, Rudy Robles. Sergio Lopez. Fifth Row: Ronnie Lopez, Alex Carlmajal. Eric Fiore, Adrian De-Nava, Lamont Lovett, Art Contreras, Ricky Lopez, juan Cardona, Anthony Navarro. 166' Foofbaff as Q 'wi , 1. jon Petrie has his eye on the scoreboard after FIIS scores against Roosevelt. 2. jesus Cevallos keeps a keen eye on the opposition. 3. Gerald Aranagua pulls with all his might to single- hancledly bring down a Gaucho. Bee Football, Front Row QL-Rl: Roy Figueroa, Fili Gonzalez, Uscar Nawaez, juan Lam, Allred Gamino, Roinelio Rondaris, Rudy Espinoza, jimmy Em-inas. Felipe Hirujo, Carlos Garcia. Second Row: Harold Patron, jose Flores, jeffrey Sanchez, Frankie Nara, juan Berber, George Salazar, Alfredo Malrlonado, Alex Berber, Ruben Espinoza, jordan Velasco, Eric Sanchez. Third Row: Ali Alunadian, Angie Diaz, Maggie Alvarado, Coach Fontan, Coach Campbell, Coach jauregni, Coach Silva, Monica Cabral, Rebecca Estrada, Louie Carrillo. Fourth Row: Frank Hernandez, Guillermo Garcia, Richard Bransconihe, Raul Abarca, joe NVheatley, jr., Carlos jaimes, juan Zapata, Sergio Galvez. Arnie Hernandez, jose Meza. Fifth Row: Galvriel Lopez, Mike Perez, Gerard Lopez. George Purras, Richard Ballesteros, Larry Alva, Chad lnfranca. Fernando Esparza, Art Villarreal. Richard Castro, Fifth Row: Mario Espinoza, Benny Corona. jose Cervantes, Lucio Solano, Robert Ramos, juventino Gomez, Andreas Simpson, Robert Rranscoinhe, F oofbaff 162 jesus Ceballos. ees Battle for Success With an overall record of 6-3 and league record of4-1, the Bee Football team did very well. The team was composed of new and inexperienced players since the ex- perienced players went to the varsity squad. Coach Rick Campbell worked hard with his new players and exacted strong performances. The Beeis main goal was to get the offensive game, thc passing game, going. jose Cervantes, the quarterback who had never played football before, did the job exceptionally well. After the passes were successful, the defensive game followed through. "Our job is to prepare the players for the varsity teamf said Coach Campbell. Toward this goal, the Bee team received a great deal of practice. Dominico Kim mm' jolmnllmn Lrfux ll'rif1fr's Scores FHS - Bees I 27 Marshall 6 0 Roosevelt 13 27 Eagle Rock 34 20 Tait 7 6 San Pedro 30 p 13 7 Narbonne O '27 Wilson 12 I 7 55 Locke 14 7 p Garfield 2 1. Coach jauregui dirccts the players at thc Rooscvclt game, 2. Ricky Branscombe I'1lIlStlll'0llj.fl1 the Eagles, tlc-it-usiw line. 3. Thanks to Frcd Maldonado, FHS kept control ofthe ball against Rooscvclt. 770 Foofbaff ln it 1 af' - ss, 4 .,, ,,,?,,,l,.,,,..,,,x ,,,,, - , ,,, r ' VV ' 0,1 A l J V f' V . ,- r A ' " -"' W? "A.' ,,'A 7 ' , ' V r ' f ' ,, We V , .. ,, Bee Roster Raui Aoaroa Air Anmadian Larry Aiya Richard Baiiesieros Aieiandro Berber Juan Beroer Ricky Bransoomoe Rooen Bransoomoe Louie Carilio Qaui Casiiias Richard Castro Jose Ceryanres Jesus Ceoaiios Benny Corona Fernando Esoarza Mario Espinoza Ruoen Espinoza Rudy Espinoza Jimmy Enoinas Ray Figueroa Jose Fiores Sergio Gaiyez Aifredo Gamino Wii' Garcia Guiifermo Garcia Carios Garoia Juye Gomez Feiioiano Gonzaiez Jesus F Hernandez Arnie Hernandez Feiioe M Hiriyo Cnad infranoa Carios Jaimes Tuan Lam Gaorie Looez Gerardo Looe-Z Airredo iyiaidonado Jose Meza Qsoar Naryaez Frankie Naya Haroid Pairon iylicnaei Perez George Porras Pooeri Ramos Pomeiio Qondaris Mario Rosaies Jorge Saiazar Eric Sanonez Jeffrey Sanonez Andreas Simpson Luoio Soiano Jordan Veiasoo Ari Viiiarreai Joseon Wneaiiey Juan Zaoaia 1. Narbonne watches in dismay as lose Cervantes throws a pass down center field. 2. The Marshall Barristers were no match for the strong Bee team. 3. Roosevelt is pulled clown to the ground for a hard tackle. Foofbaff 771 Q my . fir' k N .3 N: -. ff" .ki ,uyiei 5 S 7 g 5 tt . i it 1. With the football held tightly, Alfredo Maldonado makes a dash for the end zone. 2. Mike Perez shows the fighting spirit and determination that made the Bee season so successful. 3. A meeting of the minds. Opposing players collide in an elhmrt to catch the ball. 4. Ricky Branscombe looks down the Held as Ion Petrie kicks the ball. 5. Franklin kicks for an extra point. 6. Keeping 0ne's eyes on the ball is the key to jose Cervantes, success. 7. Warming the bench. Chad Infranca sits on the side- lines after receiving an injury. 8. Go, Panther, go. F oafbaff I 73 mm Stretch Aim High Franklin's Gymnastics team works hard practicing for two and one half hours a day stretching, jumping, leaping, balancing, pos- ing, and perfecting routines in preparation for competition. With lots of work and dedication, Franklin has managed to remain undefeated for the past four consecutive years in the Eastern League and with high hopes from Coach Trish Ochoa who states, HI hope that with my best competitors Esther Chung, Leonor Martinez, Edith Figueroa, and Karen Dulnuan, and promising support from some of my new gym- nists, we hope to do as well as we have done in the past years. Hopefully, weill take the league championship once againf, Aside from all the hard work, gymnastics is lots offun as some ofthe girls commented. Es- ther Chung replied, 'KI think gymnastics is great. v And Angie Diaz said, c'It,s fun compet- ing, and you get to meet new people from other schoolsf, With high aspirations and tough training, Franklinys Gymnastics team shoots to the stars. - I' 74 Clymnczriics Gymnastics Team, First Row CL-Rl: Edith Figueroa, Gabby Orozco, Claudia Ortiz, Ruth Rico, Reina Aparizio Anna-Marie Gallegos. Second Row: Christine Kwan, Jennifer Rome, Monique Villcscas, Karen Dulnuan Mariana Medrano, Ractlel Silva. Third Row: Esther Chung, Leonor Martinez, Elizabeth Ramirez, Angie Diaz Stephanie Papp, Coac Trish Ochoa. X f f N i' W W X I Vrrr if l N 1 my ' Q wH? A f h N 1 lllllllIllIllIl311lillllIllJlIlIlllIllllllilillliimlliilll l X l ' V a Aparizio en C5ymna.vl7'c.v 775 Strong Season Ends in Third Place The Franklin Soccer team posted a record of 2-2-4, giving them third place in league competition. The team, under the direction of rookie Coach Richard Nambu, had a strong season, with their only two losses coming against first place Belmont. The team was faced with a difficult problem before the start of the season. The veteran coach, jose Escobedo, could not return as full time coach. Without a coach, there could be no team, so after being asked by several players, math teacher Nambu decided to take on the job. Mr. Nambu knew hardly anything about soccer at the time, but with the help of his players and Mr. Escobedo, Nambu learned a lot and had a lot of fun. Mr. Nambu will return next year as an assistant coach, and Mr. Escobedo will again take over the head coaching job. Franklin showed a very strong defense, allowing only seven goals in eight league games. Offense was the main problem. Said junior Peter Hansen, a Rmreign exchange student from Denmark, tried to play tough..., but sometimes we had trouble getting the ball in fthe goaljf, The team suffered from a problem that plagues many teams--inconsistency. Hansen explained it best. "When we played tough teams, we played well, but against the weaker teams, not so wellf, Despite the two losses to Belmont, Franklin missed getting into the playoffs by only one goal. If Lincoln had either tied or lost to Marshall in their final game, Franklin would have gone on to playoffs. Although not reaching the playoffs was a disappointment, the season was marked by several strong team performances, the most impressive of which was the 5-0 win over Lincoln. The players dedica- ted the game to Coach Nambu. All players and coaches agree that next year's team will be a good one. "They will be a playoff contender next yearf' said Coach Nambu. Player awards for this yearis team went to: Odon Torres--Most Valuable Player, Flavio Argueta--Most Improved, Oswaldo Villa--Most Inspira- tional, and Valentin Rios--Rookie of the Year. jonathan Lew, Contributing Writer 1. After receiving the ball from the goalie, Odon Torres kicks the ball to the opposite field. 2,Luis Hernandez fights for a loose ball dur- ing a most exciting game with a tough oppo- nent. 3. Oswaldo Villa takes advantage of an early start by bringing the ball to the attacking zone. 776 Soccer Q 1. gk . I 4. 4. in Soccer Team, Front Row CL-Rl: Mundo Toscano. l.uis lleruaml:-L. Fl1n'ioArgm-tai,ju.uiCairlosfIlitie'i'i'vl. Oscar Rims, Valentin Rios. Oswaldo Lopez, jurge Garcia. Middle Royv: Coach jose Escohedo. Coach jose Ortiz, Diivid Ruiz, jose Xia-ml:-L, lflnicr Colm-1. Luis Nurinda. jnime N ll a, jorge Reyes. Francisco Ortiz. Rolando Parada. Alex Silt a. Com-li Richard Nainibu, Last Row: Roberto Yaclu. Oswaldo Yilla. Peter Hansen. Carlos Rodriguez. Luis Escobar. Ceullre-y Macon. jorge Valenzuela. Odon Torres. Luis Romero. 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The team felt they had a good chance to take the league title this year. "We were stronger than last yearys team and had experienced players, " said Lisa Rodriquez. The team expected to maintain the strength and were confident that it would be a successful year. .+I-. ,V . A -f, 1 r in HM ' ' a"-if,-..-.fN" V . J B f ' B' ,.., ig ..p , ,Ei , it If . ,f,, , , , , I as k, If Q I,-, up bv . , r . -' I ...faf F .ii at - 1 .... , I 'Yf e't' T J ' 5' ,'. f , A V ' J f " ' My, 'eaia to it T i S , ,,,, "f. f f-, ' , , ' 'l-' tt' .f.f 'tifn VWAV ,JW ,. . . . .. . . , V ',,,, Maggy , . J A J , J. ,, ,Nj " , . A .. . ,V ., ,gf I . - 1, ' W yt .K ' A ' V, K Varsity Softball Team, Front Row QL-RJ: Michelle Perez, Lizett Villarreal, Laura Redford, Cassie Medina, Lisa Rodriguez, Loanne Hizo, Jackie Stinnett. Back Row: Coach Rose Low, Sandra Carrasco, Cuillermina Jimenez, Captain Cecilia Becerra, Captain Diana Limon, Jennifer Jimenez, Justine Bell. Junior Varsity Softball Team, Front Row QL-RJ: Nancy Mojica, Mercedes Morales, Bernandine Noriega, Claudia Guerrero, Angelica Onate, Silvia Sanchez. Back Row: Wendy Starling, Vicki Buxton, Gabriela Jimenez, Carol- ine Vega, Christina Chung, Deyncr Zapata, Marianne Vega, Captain Carla Najaf. I X0 Varsiiy .foffbaff 'A t ,A,.V.AAVAA AVVV rsea.. ' 1 " l rlss tir ll ltc.l t tt ' it is .... l a . c at 0 l 2 li es... li lff . g sas .ss . W . l .. Q1 l V39 l 5 fi l M ff. ... ..'. 1. Ready. Cet set. .. Nancy Mojica waits for a pitch, which she will slam clear across the field. 2. One. Two. Three. Sandra Carrasco prepares to call another strike. 3. Heads up. Cuillermina Iimenez concentrates on her batting during tough practice at Franklin High School. 4. Guarding the home front. Gabriella Jimenez crouches protectively over home plate. saffbazz mf uf'-mal' 11 1. Coach Myra Fullerton gives Mpcpu in her talk to hcr tcuni. 2. Genoveva Cuba hits il mighty powerliil flare-lmncl. 3. 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' 'niet' . ..,,.a :1...... 1 .":1n'a:"r - , - .:1" 1 1 .,.1 X l 1 ' r L 1 .. , ,,. .. 1 I 1 1. 1111 1 1 2 1 - sz Q Acing Flacquettes Fall Short of League Title Finesse was the name of the game for the Girls, Varsity Tennis team. Or was their motto "Go, Fight, Winn as the team might say in their cheers. Coach Myra Fullerton would say 'KDO Well, have fun, and donlt eat all the food until everyone is done playingf, Overall this season, the Girls, Varsity Tennis team came short in winning the league title and the city championships, but they showed that they were a force to be reckoned with. Once again in the city playoffs, they were placed Hlurth for the third consecutive year. Hamilton defeated them by a close score of 3-4 in the semi-finals. Coach Fullerton commented, "They put their all into the game, and even though We fell short of .t, becoming league champions, they remained ia sr people with championship qualifies-7 ,egg a Although the majority of the team will be ire' f eea'i' '57, tit. ,.r.,,,,, graduating, most of the players felt that they lilli ' Q had fun despite not taking league. According at ' i' ,, to Mariana Garcia, uWe put up a good lightf, 4 Q Scores A , as .f' ., . '.'. 3 K FHS .. a Practice Games I at 7 Hollywood 0 , . 4 F 6 Cleveland 1 ,,, '.'si, 5 6 Monroe 1 F 3, tl 6 Gardena 1 F sise ases rs 0 cam 1 League Games 2 Eagle Rock 5 if 'g ',.l t F I 2 Eagle Rock 5 V5 L L 6 Wilson 1 F L F 7 Wilson 0 I 7 Lincoln 0 at a., -f W 7- ,fy ,, Q , 7 Lincoln 0 it A My J A 4 7 Roosevelt 0 llr if Y' L a wail 7 Roosevelt 0 t 3 7 A, ,E 5 Playojillames ' 1 7' 4 Huntington Park 3 3 Hamilton 4 .. ... l Girls' Tennis, Third Row lL-Rl: Manager Keelan Chan, Manager jose Baldonado, Ephcl Oliyarez, Betty Sanchez, Betty Leung, Donna NVoo, Kathy Park, Mariana Garcia, Coach Myra Fullerton. Second Row: 1 Linda Wong, joanna Africa, Lim Szeto, Esther Chung, Eileen Fukuhara, Genevieve Gonzales, jane WVong. Front Row: Nancy Mojica, Sonya Donaldson, Lisa Tsui, Maria Valdivia, Genoyeya Guha. Girls' Tennis I 3.3 Love and War- On The Courts Starting the year off, Coach Myra Fullerton of the new Boys, Tennis Coach, tried a new strategy involving more hours practicing and longer miles to run. Coach Fullerton has coached the Girlls Varsity Tennis tor tour years and attained great outcomes because of the expectations she set. Development of mental and physical abilities strengthened the possibilities of winning more games. The Boyis Tennis team, stringed with preci- sion and power, strived to get ahead. The team once again volleyed into a great season, despite several disappointments. They were strong, determined and a well motivated team. The team consisted of relatively young players and showed great potential throughout the season. For the Boy,s Tennis team, the season has been love and war on the courts. , .., aa E32 ag is rt g.t.iEQ.5E.z.322lS Q 184 Boys' Tennis ""!'lbW ii! in 1 Ax, ,R X I K is Q ii E E . EMM' f 3. NL ' WF- n'?"ivv , .V 1 I --' ,am ' gm H W f . . "ir r F 'r er, ' Q a Lug, -W Boys' Tennis Team, Front Row QL-RD: Victor Saltlana, Doniinieo Kiln, lyan Yen, john Rivera. Second Row: Manager Betty Leung, Manager Eileen Fukuhara, Cheuk Chan, Leonard Ho, Shuwing Fong, RielcyTse, Dayicl VVong, Minh Tran. Third Row: Coach Myra Fullerton, Jang Nam, Tuan Le, Allen XVong, Richard VVun, Thai Vuong, joseph Manalili, Edgar Enriquez, '1'hi'1'1-an, Steve Wong, Manager Donna Woo, Manager Kathy Park. While Coach Myra Fullerton explains the strategy lor the next match. joseph Manalili, Thai Vuong, and Thi Tran nk on with full concentration. With strength and determination, Richard VVun maneuvers his racket to hit a hard coming hall. Tweety Bird is playing tennis. Captain Doininico Kim demonstrates a perfect 'lfteef' K'It's coming, it's coming." Allen W'ong shows rnueh stamina while waiting for the ball. Serving for another winner. Thi Tran uses linesse in his toss, Q s - Q1 sri ti r all X Q it r r sf r xr s xr ini Q flair as sis is K ix: 1. ..:, K is 4 x 1 ,:.: Q Q A It Boys' Tennis I X5 Blue Streak Frarikliii Highis track and field teams antici- pated a victorious season. Franklin, which is in the Northern League, has not been victo- rious a team in past years yet has always had outstanding athletes. Training hard and running from 6 to 8 miles a day, Franklin Was rebuilding a young, but talented team. We had many young athletes this year as Well many returning seniors, all with promising prospects. The track and field events included such events as the short and long distance runs, sprints, hurdles, shotput, pole-vault, and long and high jump. A setback which caused problems for our teams was the ineligibility rule. Many times some of the best athletes were unable to compete because they were ineligible. According to the coaches, the following players excelled in their events: Torace Rag- land, Richard Heredia, Fernando Diaz, Alex Carbajal, Carlos Martinez, George Corletto, Alfonso Lopez, and Doug Nguyen. In the girls track team, Monica Ceballos, Arlene Salas, Trisha Carbajal, Edith Reyes, Liz Gonzalez, and Srithip Sresthaphunlarp excelled in their events also. The track teams are a particular asset to Franklin because ofthe large number of students who participate and the large number of staff members who volunteer to assist at the meets. 186 Track if Fiefa' 2 A ...,,, lll f , , e p t ..r' A ' 1 had Girls' Track, Front Row CL-Rl: Captain Trish Carbajal, Captain Monica Ceballos, Captain Liz Gonzales. Middle Row: Aida Bates, Ernestine Nieto, Sonya Donaldson, Lydia joya, Maria Lopez, Lupe Navarro, Srithip Sresthaphunlarp, Naryam Ahmadian, Edith Reyes. Last Row: Marshall Fong, Denise Miyashiro, Arlene Salas, Sophie Montygierd, Deborah Burns, Pamela Adachi, Claudia Reyes, Lesley Bonnet, Shelly Plummer, Coach Carol WViegamnn. fx S f t , ,... , W W, , Q A Q ' 1: 'Q Nik . , .,.. .. ,...., ,,...,. x..,.., , , Y - ih 3 .... ..., , .MY -,N,.g,,.j1g ""' . Bo Sc L4stnrir'clu on Morrix Hit-kv cond Row: Rit'urfiUMz1guli0li. x i x . ys' Track, First Row fl,-RJ: lleorgf- Corlettu. George Sulumr. Mignz-l Hmlrigm-7, Rmmlclo ltonduris. jnse Lapel Doug Nguyen, F4-rnunclu Diaz. Daniel Tmnlinsnm, Tuaxn I,.nn. Kiln Cllnxnu. UurClh:n', Tony Ot:-ro, Saul Nurm. Third Row: Kfnrlus Cnnmzlev, lnlcilln eus Th ii Sun Stew Kriclt-l lls'vtor9'lm'l1e7 Fourth Row' Vxrlus Circ-i1 I nis Gul is 0scu1'l'ortz'1 l'nnnnt lov:-tt, john Arrvolu, Ernesto Lopez, jznrxvs Turnvr, Miunel Rilrum-ns, Fifth Row: jnvr-ntinu Clmnvnrz, Anthony Hunley, Marco Lopez, Ce-nfirx-y sillizs, Richard He-wclia. Tor. icon, Victor Bdlderus. N1 ichnz-l Mdrtinvz, flurlox Nhirtinn-7, Hclw.n'cl Annt. Sixth Row: float-ii Hit-Imrtl Klnmnnn, john Martini-1, Hun I4-clcly. Rami me Ragland, Carlos Crvspln, Condi Arm.1ndu Cionmlw, . M, ve-M, , fw.,,. M, 1 '5!fr51w'1:.,, f 1 : 5 ' ' I , ,M Track G- Fiefcf I J' 7 f 4'?'m E IXJ' Track if Fiefa' in Qs' f ! I 1 A Track --.. spiking It Rich Coach Applauds Teamis Defense This team will be remembered for representing Franklin well. Our record did not give us the opportunity to participate in playoffs, but I will remember it for its excel- lent defense and its ability to make unusual adjustments when we lost two important players during the season. My thanks espe- cially go to the seniors Captain Vanessa Morales Qwho showed us what defensive sacri- fice Was all aboutj and Iuanita Pitpitan Qwho returned to give us tremendous offensive and defensive consistencyj. To the underclass- men, if all seven of you return next Fall, no team in our league will be able to beat youl Thanks again for the last Wilson gameg it was a very special present that Iill never forget. Coach Christine Clark 1 1 1 I 1 1 .Scores I, FHS VS. - ' Practice Games C Huntington Park Q15-32, Q7-151, C15-85 I Bell Q8-152, 411-157 Belmont C16-143, Q9-152, C3-152 Grant C9-15l, C15-51, C14-16D I Verdugo Hills Q5-155, C13-152 League Games I Roosevelt C12-l5l, C6-15D Garfield Q15-5j, Q15-95 Eagle Rock Q13-15l, Q6-157 . H Lincoln C3-15D, C0-152 H Wilson Q8-155, C7-151 -Roosevelt Q5-152, Q10-15D Garfield C9-15D, Q12-15? i ,Eagle Rock C12-15D, Q15-13l, C15-105 I lr ' Lincoln Q3-15D, C15-105, Q4-155 ' Wilson 415-125, C15-71 L 1 League Record: 3-7 fliourthj Overall: 4-11 190 Cairfs' Voffeybaff Girls' Varsity Volleyball, Front Row QL-Rl: -79411 Shirley Serrano, 450 Anna Yung, 99440 Heather Hoang, 45534 Laura Redford, 79921 Ha Vong. Back Row: fffiljuanita Pipitan, 425 Connie Tsui, 59513 Leanne Poe, Coach Christine Clark. 544 Captain Vanessa Morales.-96545 Cassie Medina. l llll l l - . ill- ,,f-3 , i W 4 e 2 ' nz " f , ,y 3 I H .. ,.,,. i we - 'f , 1 , . , LL ,,AL,- Y Z 5 Q , L.,, L.m,,,L.,,,,, 5- I ,, E 'uifn l .zz:11gf.Q1f,.ffw ' yr 2, 4 5 f- .1 ' 5 -3 fd 1 W1mW?w,-A, .tw , LLLLf,L .4 L. Front Row CL-Rl: 422 Christine Sanchez, 96441 Van Tran, 333 Beverly Horn, 19415 iia Patron. Back Row: 424 Captain Cecilia Leung, 9951 Martha Barrantes, 7335 Pam Top Set Team Takes Third This team was the best passing team I can ever remember. Had they been able to get past the Lincoln team, we would have been a major surprise in playollsl My thanks to the two experienced players, janae Nakata and Celia Leung, who helped calm the nervous newcomers. Also thanks to eight first-year players for some exciting games and some musically different bus riders. Best wishes to all of you next year. Coach Christine Clark Scores s C FHS vs. C I Practice Games Huntington Park Q15-42, 46-151, 46-151, 417-151 1 Bell 46-151, 15-101, 42.-151 1 Belmont 412-15l, 415-22, C2-151 Crant415-101, 411-151, 40-151 Verdugo Hills 43-151, 415-51, 49-151 League Games Roosevelt 415-67, 47-152, 412-157 Garfield C5-151, 415-Sl, C15-41 Eagle Bock 415-82, Q15-12D Lincoln 48-151, 49-152 Wilson C15-121, 415-Sl Roosevelt 46-151, 47-15? Garfield 415-3D, C15-42 Eagle Rock 415-73, 415-79 I Lincoln C13-151, 411-15D Wilson 415-137, 413-157, 416-147 League Record: 6-4 43rd place Q 1 overall: 7-8 4 1 I . 1- Ls 1. 1. The offensive line is crucial as lay jay Pipitan "killed onen down the line in a tough game against Eagle Rock. 2. During the time out, Coach Christine Clark gives addi- tional advice to help win the game. 3. As Van Tran and Cynthia Patron look on with anxious eyes, Pam Adachi returns the serve with a backward bump. 4. Waiting for the serve. janae Nakata, Shelly Plummer and Cecilia Leung try to anticipate the opponentls strategy. Girfs' Voffeybaff I9 I A Set Apart Second Year Holds Promise This year's Boys, Volleyball teams had a new coach, and a promising future. Even though this was his first year coaching the Boys, Volleyball teams, Coach Jon Utsunomiya felt that his teams had several good spikers, but the teams were a little weak on the setting. As a Whole, the players wished they had more time to practice. The teams had a lot of advantages this year because they had many returning players, and they had a lot of talented players. At the time of the interview, Coach Utsunomiya said, "Hope the teams will make it into the play- otfsf' 1. The eyes have it. Duong Truong carefully executes a powerful serve. 2. Waiting is never easy. Miguel Ribancos anxiously waits for the opponents serve. 3. Spiking for a point. Mario Magana leaps high while the Verdugo players watch. 4. Getting ready. Harold Patron and Charles Poe are ready to respond with a strong Franklin defense. 192 Boys' Voffeybaff y ., ae..- on K 54lflf1f.ov -M., 'ji' ffvffwffiay . A .J e... .. A 2 . . fam, Ln E g X 35511 - . iii! K y i 'H'?'ATN"ii'5.t. 5 X if C it . ae fi! fl l Z Q Boys' Varsity Volleyball Team, Front Row CL-RD: Lloyd Capistrano, Captain Luis Hernandez, Harold Patron, Marlon Mendoza, jay Respicio. Back Row: Charles Poe, Mario Magana, Cruz Mendoza, Zhu Wei Zhou, jonathan Lew. uf U .Wafer M lafsiffyf E, ' ,A " :l"C1i-4 .K k.kV V, ,. H M r VTWEM i f l if ierii F Qf? lg f If M ellie 2 1911YWf?fGdf ullir iffi . :fi M M or or re M M ieiie e E,-g11iio1itf541r5r1546T1U+i15Q4-i1i5l'T1- 1 rrer '1 gate Q oi u be ruoe i,gf ! riio ieie f ieei e eeee 5 i eeieu eellie 1 ieei ii fp rrro so e r M M eiir l 2Iarsha11gj1Gf15,10+i15,fl5e7r, Skier LV ,M A ,L gfffi ..,,,, 01 1 V M ,,,, , M , i ' ' iiei 'f' 19 ius oys, IV Volleyball Team, Front Row QL-RJ: Duc Thai, My Vuu, Derrick Ng, Jorge Lee, Mark Pahed, jul ulay. Back Row: Ion Petrie, Tri Trac, Cuong Chau, Miguel Ribancos, DUOHgTfll0l1g, Danny Calindo, Luigi ampopiano, Coach Ion Utsunomiya. Bays' Voffeybaff 193 1 w 2 ' s 1. Varsity player, Connie Tsui jumps high for a defensive block. 2. Coach Chris Clark asks the team to unite. 3. Magic set. Luis Hernandez reaches high to backset the ball for his teammates. 4. Mario Magana has the look of determination for serv- ing the ace. 5. luanita Pitpitan leaps for another killing spike. 6. The j.V. team cheers for the other players. 7. An Eagleis defensive block is no match for Anna Yungis cross court hit. 8. Up in the air. Jonathan Lew tries to save the ball for his team. 194 Voffeybaff 5 T K 1-1' i -12i"""'h ' ' , ,gd vC'1 1 1-Q , -ln' 2 .ag Y 'Q 'Q .ff 8 Girls' Boys' Vaffeybaff 195 League Champs 13th Consecutive Year The unbeatable Franklin wrestlers won their thirteenth consecutive league title. They were certainly a team to contend with. They had high expectations and determination that enabled them to achieve their success. Wrestling is a very physically demanding sport. It requires top conditioning throughout the season and during the off season as well. The wrestlers work out twenty-five grueling but satisfying hours a week learning new tech- niques and increasing their abilities for the next match. They prepare themselves by con- stant weight training and strengthening of the upper body. They use the nspider walk" and other exercises to build their muscles. Their toughest competitions were against El Camino Real and San Fernando. Captain Aaron Brown feels, 'There were many quality and experienced wrestlers among the schoolsf' All and all their competitors were tough and fierce. This yearls team had only a few seniors but the majority of the sophomores and juniors had a great deal of potential. Alex Cuellar, a tenth grader, felt the the matches were very utoughl' and ufrighteningu. Although the team placed third in city. They came away with many outstanding in- dividual awards in city and league competi- tion. With training and experience, next yearis team promises to be packed with all- star perfiriviances. 4 Scores . Fremont Q A T18 ' 32- ri .i.y if ..-sr ' V A30 ' 425 f fpspfiNo1ithyIfIol1yWood Y 34. '71 , ilsp.y i.r.t J eifersbnfjf T 6 s 196 Wrerf0'ng 5' f 'Wa Trying to prevent being rolled by his opponent from VVilson, Alex Cuellar shows determination and tenacity. With much perseverance, Oscar Hernandez strives to break the hold. While the wrestlers are working out with a unique technique called the uspider crawlv jose Llamus, is enjoying nselfby posing for at the photographer. Applying the "chicken wingv, Orlando Montero uses his strength to pin down his North Hollywood opponent. OmLrfanding Wresffers Daniel Flico C1013 Second in League Second in City Drlando Montero C1 143 Firat in League Third in City George Montero C1223 Fir-at in League Firat in City David Martin C1293 Second in League Russell Ruiz C1353 Firat in League Second in City Aaron Brown C1413 Second in League Second in City Jorge Vasquez C1483 First in League Second in City Jose Chavez C1563 Firat in League Bill Hawkins C1683 Third in League Fourth in City Adam Kingsford C1753 Second in League Wrerf0'ng 197 ritw ,W 1. The great escape. Trying to escape from a take down, john Walker uses the hand-to-hand technique. 2. Albert Mendo's long legs give him balance administer- ing a front headlock to his opponent. 3. Using vitality, Troy Smith takes control by applying a cage around his opponent from Wilson. 4. David Martin contemplates in his mind what move he should make while his opponent relaxes by breathing in and out. 5. George Montero uses his keen senses to take down his opponent from North Hollywood. 6. While administering the sprawl, Danny Rico closes his eyes for concentration. 196' lfVren"0'ng lfVrerf0'ng 199 t 7 i ,ZZA A G ii . ' . . iz'.'i5' '. 'li' .f1,,,A. . .1. .A ...,.---. , . ffiewsv .,,x fewxiw . - . .. e .., N X gi ' kkrr we X ,,Lk i G f ' 221s-11.11,-.1-Alf:--: ' -. ,, Y. .e5.,g2g,,:g1.-,::.::-,ee:s1.:f.iffQ2.- K " H ' ' .. 551555:-rs'i'E1E25E?l.lE:II5E1:l5Yfis -iii ff .fz mx-:rw .mais-.:. v -1 'wr' ' ' ww-1 , , .. :W---eg-- WW .qezffsszsesff:stigmasissmeegimesfr-2215 egg-1zfs2.:exw 1az2,u..-gmgzltg--' -. - .zz - af ,fgfzggz ,a,.:,.. -,-.Q-.1-,,. Wrestling Team, First Row QL-RJ: Ernesto Moran, Daniel Rico, Captain Orlando Montero, Oscar Cortez, Eddie Munoz, Kim Chean. Second Row: VVilliam Padella, Gilbert Guerrero, juan Berber, David Martin, George Montero, Paul Valenzuela, George Vasquez. Third Row: Coach Robert Sheppard, Russell Ruiz, Captain Aaron Brown, Iose Chavez, Milo Staley, Bill Hawkins, Alex Cuellar, Salavador Aceves, Manager Lorna Mengel. Fourth Row: Adam Kingsibrd, Troy Smith, jose Llamus. 200 Wrerffing Ms Eff s- X 'Q ts Vi 5 K X X to X wx NK XV -- , .. - tw ,,... X Q ignite X X 1 Q X Qt Y N X E . it ,E .1 f F E E 5 if 55 1 e 1. In a pinch. Albert Menclo demonstrates a front head- lock. 2. In record time. Milo Staley attempts to pin his Mule upsicle down. 3. No hear hug. Captain Aaron Brown exerts his strength to take clown his opponent from Poly. 4. Getting the upper hand. North Hollywood shows pain and agony while George Montero uses great force on his opponent, lfVrenLfing 201 Dut of Chaos Grder Ultimoiely Prevoiled As I look back over the past year, there are mixed feelings in my heart. I remember the frustration caused by uncooperative members, the erasing of the computer disks and lost photographs. But these problems did not stop me from doing my job as editor. These frustrations soon changed to warm memories of hard work, encouragement and laughter. We, the staff, overcame these difficulties to accomplish our goals, and we couldnit have done it without our advisor, Ms. Sharon Bergh. She always kept her sense of humor. She was always beside us, patient and friend- ly. Together we defeated the agony of meet- ing the deadlines. I owe special thanks to Hong Nguyen and Iustina Perez, my assistant editors, who were willing to stay after school and sacrifice week- ends to help me. I also owe thanks to my staff. They did an excellent job putting this book together. They were truly the shining stars who never quit, who were always there when hard work called, in rain or shine, warm weather or cold, and even during vacations. A special thanks is extended to Alfred and Fabris photographer, Mr. Ray Cardinas, who was always available to lend his time and ex- pertise. Hard work is our memory, our year- book is a reality. 4'gfwQUafLfav1f'X1,.7 1 1. Information at their fingertips. Yearbook editor, Bach Yen Ta, and staffmember Linda Wong, decide the ty estyles to use in different sections ofthe yearbook. En- tering the information is the next step. 2. An eye on the action. Former yearbook chief phtographer, james Ojeda, con- tinues to contribute his time and skills to the Almanac. 3. Food for thought. Cary Lam and Bok-Soon Lee share ideas on the yearbookfs theme over pizza. 4. Star Search. Staff member, George Gutierrez, carefully selects interesting candids for his section. 5. Entering the information age. Derrick Ng learns how to operate the new software as Mr. Greg Miller explains the procedures. 6. Seeking parent patrons. Hong Nguyen, assistant editor, encourages parents to buy patron ads in the yearbook during parent conference night, ' :woo fe- . f,a"f'Q4.vl5'6i. 202 Yearbook K ..- Yearfnook 5154955 Editor ----------------- --- Bach Yen Ta Assistant Editor --- ---- Hong Nguyen Assistant Editor ------------------ .Juecina Perez Photographers Eayani De Guzman, Dominioo Kim, Gary Lam, .James Gjeoa, Erio Roeder, Lana Wong Staff Nlembers: Fioaemary Amiani, lvlaria Baroeiona, Diana WI. Cnuy, Bayani De Guzman, Seidy Godlnez, George Gutierrez, Gominioo Kim, Soo Kirn, Betty Lam, Gary Lam, Bok-Soon Lee, Gertie Ivleza, Derrick Ng, Hong Nguyen. .Juebina Perez, .John Flivera, Eric Floecier, Ana Quiz, Yoianda Serrano, Each Yen Ta, Tnavrin Tnao, Kim Ling, Ivlarita Vergel De Dios, Hann VU, Lana Wong, Linda Wong, Wan Wong, Yearbook 203 l if it xy, 1+ If if? 204 Cfosing , ,,..-.gun-xrlinnnu 'X -wfff1w,,f.ff ..,,,,. , , , i ,ky ,,f, M ,M AW -'4' af? L JVLIVSQ: Zaiiyit - -f 'iikfife '-MLQEEYE i h .V . ,,,, T X We As Starlight Fades ranklin Panthers survived the grueling year, by aim- ing high and shooting their way beyond the stars. Many achievements are to be noted. Despite the overcrowding, students found themselves joining clubs and sport teams, propelling the school to- ward many victories. These moments made the student body proud. Such momentous events like keeping the Wilson bell, winning the 3-A football championship game and winning the 13th consecutive wrestling champion- ship will long be remembered. The faculty of Franklin has given students goals and set high expectations. These expectations were challenging, but attainable. Seniors showed their appreciation and ambition by going on to college. 7011 ofthe Palladians will be attending an institution of higher learning. Throughout the year, frequent activities both on and off' campus were planned to keep the student spirit soaring. Pizza Night, a Balloon Popping Contest, the "Newlywed Camcf, and Homecoming kept Franklin spirited. A spe- cial thanks is extended to the band and spirit groups' for working so hard to keep Panther pride alive. Panthers are high achievers. They know what they are capable of doing. With dedication and devotion. Panthers will continue .shooting for the stars. 1. Say "cheese.', Franklin quad sittcrs capture a yearbook photographer as the yearbook photographer captures the quad sitters. 2. Hopping cute. Pam Adachi shares her animal mag- natism with a small friend. 3. Senior Advisor, Mr. john Spencer, tries to convince seniors tojump on a plane to llawaii. Tentative plans fora post-graduation trip to Ilawaii are being discussed by Senior Cabinet. 4. Donna Woo and Lim Sue Szeto concentrate on a tennis match. 5. Sal Hernandez competes in the Tonnny Burger Eating Contest, trying hard to win. For 51.00, Sal and others supported this school activity. Cforing 205 x 1. All washed up. jose Bulcloiiuclo and janet Flllillllillll prepare for their first customer at the Key Club our wa 2. Pucker up and hlow. Auron Brown ussists with the mighty task ofhlowing up the spirit hulloon forthe Hoinccoi 206 Cfosing festivities. 3. Working on the run. Always one to use her tiinc wisely, Ms. Kathy Hughurt types in the quad during lun 4. Cute as a button. Aruccli Rivals uclinires and protects a small kitten. 5. Vote here. Orlando Villaiiiievu curchilly checks midi stutlentls name and issues a hallot. 6. Hector Sanchez and Miguel Chuman are ucuiiglit' studying for il test. Cfasing 207 l. A kid at heart. Dressing like Ll I-'untlicr at llanllowc-1-ii is Ms. My-rylu Ilirotsu. 2. Standing in the quad, Aiidrv Cockivll cats his icc CTCLIIII with cntlillsizisui and watch:-s flu- pc-p rally. 3. Word power. David hlllllfill looks up words to illc-rczlsc his Y!Jl'ilblll1lI'y and L-oinplvtc' ll class ussigilinviit. 206, Cfoxing 1. With a twinkle in his eye. Santa and his helpers - iiilllfll liurrivntos, Mr. Cuiiip- hell,Christiua Rauda - take time for ll picture ht-fore going on the-ir rollnds. 2. Frank Alvarez uses a spotting technique on u picture- in his humunitic-s L-lass, 3. She does windows! Joyce Vvilllg, il Key Cillil llll'Il'lill'l', c-leans il our Window ut the eau' Wash. Cfosing 209 1. Natural disaster strikes farmers. A drought spread throughout the Southeast during 1986. It was the worst dry spell on reeord. liven alter some rain, many fariners in the- Carolinas, Ceorgia,'Tiinessee and Virginia were on the brink of ruin. 2. Lady Liberty. The city of New York gave the Statue of Liberty a big bash - a Fourth ofjuly festival of song, celebrities and fireworks honoring the ladyls first 100 years. 3. To spy or not to spy. Cennediy Zakharov, a Soviet U .N. employee was arrested on a subway platform in New York City and charged with spying. A week later, American journalist Nicholas Danilotllwas arrested on the streets ol'Moscow and accused ollspying on the Soviet Union. 210 Current Events + i I xg, . X t -X xl ' x ,.,, R 3 . e M Q X R mae 5 ' KX 1 t , 3. ,rf X ' A' xii N , S 1 K 'a -5 . K E 0 . in it sax' xx ' -..qw r xt ' K, as X ' lx :ffm was 2 xx E . L W r X X p A ,Q a ,N , 7 I as 3 .N f , tl s ' . ff' - r M, ffl- .., c 5 . -..F ,. sf, f ima , , e ,f Q , ,Y 1. 4. Raza Qi p y J is 5 wi 4 ,, . 4, .i -Q-mul 'll gr 3 an K - , . . K ' f, - A - i .4 1'f s '-KLM 0 H. xi 0 O Qss 4' rrser f . . wt ., it-, YWT' If f' " az? ,J f --fum., -- s .W ,A . M, X 4? 'wa D ne ast Loo k The People, Places and Events That Shaped the Year he year seemed marked by national and international extremes. The U.S. completed the multi-million dollar renovation of the Statue of Liberty and celebrated her centennial. A privately built plane called Voyager set world records lor llying around the world without stop- pingorrelileling. In February l987, Dennis Connors and the crew ol' Stars and Stripes dell-ated the Australian team and returned the Americas cup to the U.S., the highest award in yachting. On a sober note, the lran-contra scandal burst on the scene in November. Congress and the press began in- vestigating the presidl-nt's secret arms deal with Iran in an ellort to secure the release olhostages, and the diver- sion ol- money to fund Nicaragua-s contra rebels. In New York and Georgia, racial tensions erupted between blacks Other countries of the world experienced their own disasters. The Soviet Union was the site ofthe world's worst nuclear disaster at Chernobyl. Terrorism plagued France and the Middle liast. ln lstanbnl, Turla-y, forex- ample, Arab terrorists stormed a jewish synogogue in September and killed 20 worshippers. From below Lalie Nios in Cameroon, a bubble ofscalding gas surlaeed. The gas, carried by winds, killed V700 people and lelt plants and animals similarly devastated. Closer to home, voters in Calilornia re-elected Cov- ernor George Denkmejian. llis rival, Mayor Tom Bradley, returned to Los Angeles where he continued to 'far xx ' Q Nazi xx, . 1 -s. , . Q 1 '. 1 'I' in Q T T .T 9 T VV. 1 d whitcs Tw , T " A , s an .- 1 st. . N S . , 5, 'X 2 s K N - . - n ' L I K, . - "' at v . 'ii 1 ay, 551 .X at W at TY. Xi if N2 Y, , .4 X 'm x. X U' . it V' "1 , '35 T , .W "x KK . 'lan O 5 T bf I C I . . . ' s T - 4' fr ' v 'k,.. ' laea tall g , V Lffflliiiaivl - sf' -f "', f" ., - 1 Q g Jay' F vga A .1 . O 1 'O he the iirst mayor ever elected to tour consecutive terms. In l"ebruary 1987, Assemhlywoman Gloria Molina became the lirst Latina to serve on the City Council. She represented the newly created lst District. Issues that concerned Angelinos included the safety ol' the city busses, the location ol' a new jail, the proposed Metro Hail, the ever increasing homeless population, and the spread of AIDS. At the beginning ofthe school year, Franldiifs student enrolhnent was uCAPed," meaning enrollment was limit- ed. Students enrolling later were sent to other school sites. New bungalows were added to deal with the hous- ing crunch, and plans were discussed to add to the physi- cal plant hy buying adjacent property. The lire-damaged bleachers were repaired. Program Outreach was es- tablished on campus by state law to help students stay in school. Many teachers at Franklin and other city schools staged a one-day boycott attempting to get higher wages. A variety of new clubs were created - French, Latino, Spanish, Korean, Calculus, FHA-HERO - as student in- terests diversified. ln summary, it was an emotion-packed and thought- provoking year for the Franklin community. The follow- ing pages contain some ofthe major news events from jan- uary ISJ86 to january l987. The photos were taken by Associated Press and were supplied, along with captions, by Wide World Photos. ' apxxxr' X ' A Current Events 2 I I :M rp.:- 41 l. No thaw in Cold War. Prcsixlcut Roualcl Reagan and Sovict Party I,4-atler Mikhail florlwacllcv mct in llcykjavili. lcclamcl. lor a two-clay summit in Octolrcr to cliscuss arms control. Tho two lcaclcrs rm-aclu-cl an impassc on tc-sting ol' thc U.S. strategic mln-ll-usc iuitiativc luStar NVars"J wcapoury. 2. A show of force. U.S. Air Force- and Navy jcts attackccl livc targcts iusillc l,il1ya umlvr cow-r 0l.ll2ll'lillt'SS in April l986, clclivcring a response' to what Prcsimlcut Rm-agau callccl the "monstrous brutality" ol' I,ilmyau-lrackcrl tcrro- rism. Onc ofthc targets was tha- Liliyau Naval Acaclcmy. picturczl to thc right, locate-cl outsimlc Tripoli. 212 Currenf E venfs Wo 9-is 'S -s Q- ,. ',.4f-QI' - S ga, R A xg Tv, ,iH.Q:,rf ' vu-cfs, 5 .',,'59Q'1,ia 6 . Q -X540 4 ' 'Y .M v I -tu L ri 'vfvt ,,,..,,, Q in .f . .lb ff vw. -'ff y.. cw ci 5,95 'Sf' . ' r . I Lg ,sf tg cF Artful," 'i gf 8. a al! gage 'Pvc lx rtx, If AN-f 'hi 1. Camelot remembered. Caroline Kennedy, who cap- tured America's heart as a little girl romping though the White House, married Edwin Schlossberg, a New York businessman and artist in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts on July 19, 1986. 2. Bipartisan effort pays off. The president signed into law in October 1986 the broadest tax overhaul in gener- ations. The bill is expected to cut taxes for most workers while paring some prized deductions and boosting the tax burden on corporations. Rep. Dan Rostenkowski flll.-DJ headed the House delegation on tax overhaul and Sen. Bob Packwood f0re,-RD headed the delegation from the Senate. Q. S1aQijsf - -- X s -,-. ., A viz , so . 1. 13, ' 'T ,,,. K . ,gg 1 ' 'Q-gh'-'-:YS : 212152 ' A F? . '7' sf .. all 1 , 1 Q ' 184 t. ' Currenf E vents 213 1. Stars to rememher. Among the eelehrities who cliecl in 1986 were singer Kate Smith, famous tor her renclition ol Mflotl Bless Alll0l'lC1l,n on june I7 at the age ol'7tJg Benny Goodman, the King oi' Swing, clietl june lflg james Cagney, one ot' Ilollywoocl's liunous toughguys, clietl on March 30 at the age ot'8fig antl Teil Knight. he-st known lor his role in the TV. series The Mary Tyler Moon' Slmuz, cliecl on August 26 at the age of 62. 2. The Giants victory. New York Giants eoaeh Hill Parcells is earriecl otl' the tielnl alter the Giants cleleatecl the Denver Broncos - 39-20 - in Super Howl XXI in Pasadena, Calitornia on Sunclay, january 25, HI87. 3. The growing crisis. In NOVl'Illlll'I' I986, the American press tliscoverecl that secret negotiations took place hetwecn lran anal the U.S. Apparently, weapons were exchanged for the release othostages helcl in the Mirltlle East. The tull ramifications ol' this seanclal are yet un- known, 4. Fit for a king. liritainls Prince Antlrew lll2ll'l'll'tl Sarah Ferguson ful3'c'r5.iie"J in july at XfVl'StlIllllSlt'I' Ahhey in a spectacle that lllllSf0I'l'il the pomp and glory ol' llritainls 920-year monarchy. Anclrew is the queenls seeoncl son and tourth in line to the throne. r 214 Current E venfs Q wh 2 gs, F 4 ss . O H X 3, W . in "' 'ef I L if figfpfigic, it 'Eg ie 1, It it iam 1. Changing of the guard. After 20 years ofruling without serious challenge, Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos was forced from office amid charges of corruption and scandal. The new president, Corazon Aquino, faced political and economic turmoil. ln February 1987, the citizens of the Philippines voted overwhelming to re- affirm support for the Aquino government and the leader affectionately knovsm as "Cory" 2. Winners of the World Series. New York Mets Gary Carter is lifted in the air by fellow player jesse Orosco following the Mets 8-5 victory over the Boston Red Sox in the seventh game ofthe World Series at New York's Shea Stadium in October 1986. 3. Terror of the streets. Some call it "crack," others "rock " Whatever its name, this refined, smokable form of cocaine may be the most addictive narcotic ever sold on the streets of America. Current Events 215 Expressions Creative Talents .Wamm The word went out in early january. Send us your drawings, your paintings, your poems yearning to be published. Students and teachers submitted some of the best creative work of the year showing, once again, how rich and talented a group we have. 1. Drawing by Tran Khang. Grade 12 Mr. Schwartz 2, Album cover by Diana Chuy. Grade 12 Ms. Wong 3. Drawing by Francisco Munoz. Grade 10 Mr. Schwartz 4. Photo by Ingrid Yerkes. Grade 11 1 Q-......... 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Guzman. Guzman. Guzman, Guzman, Guzman, Carlos 123 Dinah 118,123 Kim 37 Manuel 71 Norma 123 Mr. Richard 55,56,163,187 Ad: 63- Index 227 Godinez, Blanca 70 2 2? .t.. A 1 oott 'K ,' 'Q Congratulations Class of 1987 from Angelus Chevrolet 5100 N. FIGUEFKOA ST. LOS ANGELES, CA 90042 HIGHLAND PARK 12131 256-4161 228 Ad: 63- Index lVlCGIBBON'S 2, W.. N X FF Y lu X S 1 5 I? AUTO BODY 5251 York Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90042 12131 254-1033 Halcon, Carlos 37 Hall, Steven 71 Hall, Yvette 71,111 Halloween Costume Contest 13 Hang, Anh 71 Hansen, Mr. Richard 56 Hansen, Peter 68,71 ,176,178,179 Harada, Ms. Elaine 56,86,9O,120, 1, U.S. ARMY RECRUITING STATION 5916 N. FIGUEROA ST. LOS ANGELES, CA 90042 12131 258-8131 220 Hardig, Mr, Jerry 62 Hau, Van 71,83,88 Hawkins, William 71,197,200 Hayes, Ms. Mary 56,92 Heister, Mr. Robert 56 I-lem, Thida 71,94 Hengstler, Ms. Genie 63 Henriquez, Milton 38 Hepner, Mr. Don 22,563,148 Heramis, Cherry 71 Heredia, Joseph 38,109,161 Heredia, Richard 123,186,187 Hermosillo, Michele 38 Hernandez, Alfred 123 Hernandez, Alfredo 38 Hernandez, Anna Maria 71 Hernandez, Arnaldo 71,169,171 Hernandez, Arturo 38 Hernandez, Candelario 38 Hernandez, Carlos 38,931,123 Hernandez, Daisy 71 Hernandez, Denise 123 Hernandez, Edgar 123 Hernandez, Ernesto 38,123 Hernandez, Francisco 71,169 Hernandez, Freddy 152 I'lEl'f'18l'1d6Z, Gabriel 14,91 ,12O,123, Hurtado, Soledad 38 Huynh, Loi 38 Huynh, Thu 38 Huynh, Gia 72 Hwang, Jisook 38 Hyett, Mr. Earl 57,96 lbarra, Jesus 72 lbarra, Silvia 38 lem, Hoa 72 lmming, Mr. Tom 238 Industrial Arts Dept. 61, 154 lnfranca, Chad 153,154,169,171, 172 lniguez, Michelle 38 lniguez, Rosario 38,90 International Club 87 Iwahashi, Mr. Wayne 57 Jabido, Teresa 38,90,97 Jackson, David 38,167,168 Jackson, Whitney 38 Jacobo, Lorraine 125 Jaimes, Carlos 38,169,171 Jamzaneres, Elena 38 Jaramillo, Fernando 38 Jaramillo, Nancy 125 Jauregui, Elena 125 Jauregui, Pablo 72 Jauregui, Mr. Robert 55,57,168,169, 178 167,168 Hernandez, Gustavo 91,123 Hernandez, Hector 71 Hernandez, Hernan 38 Hernandez, Hugo 38 Hernandez, Ignacio 71 Hernandez, James 38 Hernandez, Jesus 123,167,171 Hernandez, Jose 71 Hernandez, Johnny 92 Hernandez, Laura 25,123 Hernandez, Luis 71,167,176,178, 192,194 Hernandez, Maria 38,109 Hernandez, Maricela 71 Hernandez, Nancy 38,107 Hernandez, Nuria 38 Hernandez, Oscar 38,197 Hernandez, Rachel 123 Hernandez, Rafael 123 Hernandez, Ralph 167 Hernandez, Robert 124 Hernandez, Rocio 71,109 Hernandez, Salvador 124,147,204 Hernandez, Sandra 38 Hernandez, Silvia 38 Hernandez, Steven 90 Hernandez, Veronica 71 Herrejon, Antonio 71 Herrejon, Carlos 124 Jeter, Ms. Hope 55,57,125,129 Jimenez, Jimenez, Jimenez, 181 Jimenez, Jimenez, Jimenez, Jimenez, Jimenez. Jimenez, Jimenez, Jimenez, Araceli 38 Evelyn 125,129 Gabriela 125,156,157,180 Guillermina 38,180,181 Jennifer 72,157,180 Jose 72 Juan 129 Lourdes 125 Mario 72 Patricia 72,86 Teresa 125 Jiron, Alsira S. 72 Jiron, Oneyda 38 Johns, Tammy 102 Johnson Electric 233 Johnston, Mark 38,88 Jongjaroenmarn, Piya 90,102 Joya, Maria 38,186 Juarez, Celena 38 Juarez, Maria De L. A. 38,90 JuIio's Pizza 235 Jundanian, Ms. Susan 57 Juniors 64-79 Juster, Ms. Marion 57,83 Herrera. Arlene 71 Herrera, Laura 100 Herrera, Mayra 38,98 Herrera, Morena 124 Herrera, Patricia 38 Herrera, Roma 124 Herrera, Rudy 38 Heyer, Chris 124,125 Hicks, Kenneth 38 OFFICE SUPPLIES 81 1 HOUR PHOTO SERVICE 2801 N. FIGUEROA ST. LOS ANGELES, CA 90065 12131 225-3131 12131 225-3133 Highland Federal Savings 81 Loan 224 Highland Insurance Associates 221 Highland Park Animal Hopital 236 Highland Park Glass 234 Highland Park Realty 222 Highland Plastics 222 Hill, Marjorie 124 Hinojosa, Mike 38 Hirotsu, Ms, Meryle 56,97,208 Hirujo, Felipe 38,169,171 Hizo, Loanne 4,71,107,111,18O Ho , Chi 90,124 Ho, Hue 124 Ho, Jennifer 124 Ho, Khanh 71 Ho, Kimberly 38 Ho, Leonard 83,87,88,90,96,102, 103,124,185 Ho, Phuong 38,B7,90,98 Hoang, Hanh 71,190 Hoang, Ouyen 71 Hoffman, Dr. Abraham 15,56,125, 129 Holguin, Georgina 71 Home Savings of America 221 Homecoming Court 14,72,120 Honor Students 124 Horan, Brian 124 Horn, Beverly 38,191 Hornbeck, Mr. William 56 Hosaflook, Charlotte 72 Hosharian, Ms, Catherine 56 Howard A. 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Tornero, Emma 77 Toro del, Gloria 111,149 Torres, Alvin 77,161 Torres, Darlene 18,101,140 Torres, Elizbel 140 Torres, Florencio 14,91 ,140 Torres, Grisel 78 Torres, Javier 120,152,220 Torres, Jose 140 Torres, Odon 140,176,178 Torres, Valentin 78,159 Toscano, Armando 140,167,178 Touchet, Dr, Gene 60 Toy Soldiers 232 Trac, Minh 78 Trac, Tri 78,83,87,90,193 Track and Field 186-189 Tran, Tran , Tran , Tran, Tran, Tran, Tran , Tran, Tran, Tran, Tran , Tran , Tran, Tran, Tran, Gia 78 l-lien 125,140,220 Hoa 87,140 Hung 140 Huong 87 Khoa 78 Khoa Truong 140 Kien 78 Linh 78,87 Minh 83,96,185 Nga 87,140 Norman 78 Phuong 140 Thi 78,83,87,161,185 Tran, Thu-Ha 88,90,102,141 Tran, Tung 141 Tran, Van 78.191 Tran, Zdung 83,90,102,103,124, 141,161 Trang, Yen 141 UCLA Partnership Program 83 Ulate, Larry 92,93 Umana, Edwin 78 Ung, Kim 18,27,85,87,88,90,94,95, 100,141,203 Ung, Nai 141 Universal Toyota 221 Upward Bound 45,100 Urbina, Miriam 141 Urena, Sergio 107,141 Uribe, Maria 78 Uribe, Xochitl 90,91 U.S Recruiting Station 229 Utsunomiya, Mr. Jon 60,160,161, 167,192,193 Uy, Chamroeun 141 Vaca, Rene 88 Vado, Roberto 78,176,178 Valdes, Luis 94 Valdez, Maria 141 Valdez, Mr. Roger 61 Valdivia, Maria 88,94,95,183 Valdivia, Marlene 102,103,141 Valdovinos, Miguel 142 Valencia, Alma 142 Valencia, Rita 111,149 Valentin, Carmina 24,92,97,116,142 Valenzuela, Jorge 176,178 Valenzuela, Oscar 78 Valenzuela, Paul 200 Valladares, Cesar 142 Valle, Ivan 98,142 Valle, Jesus 87 Valle, Juan 78 Vallin, Francisco 78 Van Den Berghe, Anna 130,142 Varas, Susan 142,220 Vardavarian, Mr. Armenak 61,90 Varela, Pastor 142 Vargas, Maria 78 Vargas, Nancy 78 Vasconcelos, Malka 94,98 Vasquez, Armando 142 Vasquez, Florentino 142 Vasquez, George 142,164,165,166. 167,168,197,200 Vasquez, Lesvia 78 Vazquez, Louie 78 Vazquez, Miguel 142 Vazquez, Roselia 78 Vazquez, Sonya 88 Vega, Bessie 142 Vega, Carolina 78 Vega, Cecilia 90,91 ,142 Vega, Ernesto 98 Vega, Lorena 78,88 Vega, Maria 111 Vega, Marianne 24,78,97,180 Velasco, Abdias 98 Velasco, Ernestina 91 Velasco, Jordan 78,169,171 Velasco, Xochitl 78 Velez, Estela 142 Venegas, Frances 78 Venegas, Maria 142 Venegas, Phillip 98 Vergel De Dios, Marita 87,96,116,130, 143,145,203 Vidal, Gabriela 111 Video Street 233 Vidrio, Alben 78 Villa, Jaime 176,178 Villa, Martha 143 Villa, Oswaldo 143,176,178,179 Villagomez, Claudia 78 Villanueva, Benson 83 Villanueva, Blesila 90 Villanueva, Hilda 143 Villanueva, Karen 26,27,97 Villanueva, Orlando 87,90,94,109, 206 Villapudua, Guadalupe 143 Villard, Michelle 102,143 Vlllareal, Arturo 169,171 Vlllareal, Lizett 109,143,180 Villareal, Maria 143 Villaroman, Emma 94,95 Wilson, Cynthia 71 ,78,85 Wong, Allan 78,B5,90,102,124,143 Wong Allen 82,83,87,96,185 Wong, Andrew 79 Wong, Andy 83 Wong, Betty 79 Wong, David 83,87,88,90,96,185 Wong, Henry 79 Wong, Jane 79,83,88 Wong, Ms. Jean 61 Wong, Joyce 79,82,83,87,90,96,209 Wong, Kenny 87 Wong, Lana 79,87,88,90,96,97,203 Wong, Larry 87,538.96 Wong, Linda 143,183,202,203 Wong, Mei 143 Wong, Richard 90 Wong, Steve 87,88,96,185 Wong, Susan 79,83,88,90,96 Wong, Victoria 79,90,91,100,107 Wong, Vieng 83,88,90,96,102,143 Wong, Wah 79,83,87,90,203 Woo, David 79,83 Woo, Donna 23,116,143,145,182, 183,185,204 Woo, June 79,87,90,96 Woo, Raymond 96 Woodring, Stephen 143,167,168 Work Experience 18-19,56 Wortham, Stacie 100 Wrestling 196-201 Wright, Mr. Jack 61,79,142,220 Vlgun, Richard 83,102,103,143,149, 1 5 Yamada, Daniel 87,96,158 Yan, Gordon 37,83,90 Yan, Yee 144 Ybarra, Ms. Cheryll 63 Yearbook 202,203 Yee, Mr. Frank 61 Yen, Ivan 71 ,78,83,89,90,185 Yerena, Rudy 79 Yerkes, Alexander 79 Yerkes, Ingrid 79 Yescas, Rigoberto 79 Yescas, Sergio 79,153,154 Yi, Tina 79 Yip, Eddie 83 Yip, Wai 144 Yoder, Jimmy 144 Yoo, Han 78,79,92 York, Eric 79,167,168 York Liquor 232 Young, Jannis 79 Youth Community Service 92 Yu, Angela 79,83,91,96 Yu, Yue-Fang 79 Yung, Anna 79,190,194 Yung, Yuet 79,87,92 Zadian, Michelle 144 Zaldana, Clara 111 Zamani, Kourosh 144 Zamani, Mojdeh 18,86,91,94,103, 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