Franklin High School - Almanack Yearbook (Livonia, MI)

 - Class of 1969

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K , - -np , --.,-to OOO I . sunny moments . .X at N In i 0 n a Ll Returning Franklinites Bill Joyner, Kathy Stock, Linda Beamish, and Pat Madigan took advantage of the Alumni Day Tea to discuss recent' ventures. Homecoming Queen Bonita Dollinls tried to holcl back tears of joy and relief., ' As Seniors marched into the future, their thoughts were of memorcablei moments, challenging prospects. Mary Gauthier came, ,- saw, conquered the Language Awordifrom Mr. Visser. v mf fr' Trib Fi ,gy ff, . w 1 Q is L V ff' , 'S 44 ik, , ... . 4-4 4- 2, . '1' W nr an xr , 1 5 of if. iii' 1 ' 7' st' 1' 11' y Q r 5 K: X' Q? as 5 2 r.,i .ii ,Y 5 1 r . . . ecstasy in success . . . vi " I-1 is ef 'sid-31 i""-1 4.-tl 5' if, gms! ' I -V t f H' V ' :f i I Q g , , A is y Patriot malorettes Barb Davrsson, Jeanette Jobin, Fritzi Hyde, and ' 9'-' . fir . . . . , 3359- Evelyn Urbanskr did a tire baton routine at the Homecoming bonfire. r'iL-Q - . . ' . . , . , 5?-',-:tgstggek - Hopes and passions ran high among Frankllnltes during '68's primary '- ""' '35l,:-L f' . f . . . V L electron, were saddened by the assasmatron of Robert Kennedy, revived - -, again in November when the school's straw vote preferred Humphrey 3-'I over Republican land eventual Presidentj Nixon. Agony in adversity society pursues pertect balance ry, ",', jgffifjjif ssgglsgiie Ar,'k igff' Maxi hair, mini skirts and the like stirred if V'i" tAy'A Q Q -", y, Q j up a year-long controversy labeled "dress -yyy k.-, i V.Vk 1- 1 K V L and grooming coder,- jgkk z-:k V,VL-r kai. E Lk-,r U K ,Z ,V K 1 sgklkgmi 'ii fi' 'i" iii' ii't, A iyiys f R L all 'I if l iitff. ,ii'i' li'-3-fix-ifiii K iiri' -"-- 1 e .-1 K p e f K ' ffl I yrte g 1 1 1 With no school time provided For a sponsor, Amos, our creative arts magazine, was forced to hibernate instead of producing Volume Five. Minority Group Relations, a new course designed by vitally concerned students, brought a breath of current world in traditional corridors. J. Pierpont Finch CBili Donahuej and Rosemary CKathy Grahcxmj created cz small explosion of their own in the ali- school musical. Cheerleader Jerry Sabo had a ringside seat for the Senior-Faculty Game. Mike Lindstrom and Mitch Mont- viile didn't pay much attention to nan- fraternization rules. Y mf fe K l ' Q ' ' 5'-'55 no x - Sr grief V 5- 43 X V .,. f r '25 QW 'T' is ' way f w a 'ff'7'i , A , fl "' , Y l - 's 3 ...N i f -Q-- i 7 . . , , : K g K h K R: K N.. K. H -kkr i gy 7, Mil. S c rl 1 a A Are the varsity basketball players,ready for Radio City? With enough practice, they just might make it. Perpetual practice helped golfer Mitch Montville to perfect his swing. Jeff Kind fbelowlstrained to reach the winning 'niarlc' his specialty event, the running long iump. ' 1, gy J .VNV "Rocket"eer Don Gruber lobbed the ball over the net to his opponent during warm-ups. Patriot power . . . . . . spontaneous spirit . . . spark successful sportsters Haig: qv., " 'R ? '7C,'QfQ ' if fff-,Ep ,Cv - egg! Q. .'.'1.s. ' :.! pg'-1 if-L-H. '-Q? - Tiff-S' fi' 15 , V , A-is. fs .I 'A i - t 11 :--.530 , 1 ff' L -' - - ,f- '- P if Y. 1 5 " . i 'ta - T A . Qi: ,P . . 3- 1, .'v -1 :iz ' ii wif' Injured hdlfbock Archie Lelb received '-tgzgffz j g medical attention from Dr. Howard R. , 'iq 5 Weissman, Contempioting Patriot victory, 'Qi' , Mcturo Taorminct was optimistic. Franklin Student Council President John Towlerton frighti discussed inter-council activities with Churchill representatives Jim Cavanaugh and Nancy Carr at Churcl1ill's birthday party. Unity and cooperation were evident in both administration this year. Principals Amerman and Shultz consulted with their secretaries, Mrs.ACalandra and Mrs. Bates. V l Frcmklinite Kathy Ragan selected Churchill student Stacey Swiatowski as her date for the iointly- sponsored Sadie Hawkins Dance. Over-crowded conditions necessitated the use o'F McKinley Elemen- tary School For many classes. Franklin, Churchill yearbook staffs shared space, equipment, ideas. Churchill's Editor Leigh Walsh and Business Manager Tina Kariniemi lsittingj discussed lay-out with Gary Medland and Corinne Smereka, -5 'iitxiifl Churchill, Franklin . . . . . . sharing facilities . . . Forming friendships ew. ,Lv Us Exif- VL: ' , " 1. T aw- -'hair' H' ' L+ , 1' .-ik' -f 1 f ,. -t- g1.'.'r2 'J--'- , ,,. ,J 4, H. .. 1 6. ..?:ji1a -,.1,.r:1F-.1'- ' 5: -1- - 'i,:.',',Eff:T"' ri: 31-4 A' ' -' '5' -"5'f:r, 4 - ,., 1-:i,:3,rfL f - '-www ,. A :f-r:+.- 1. sa- '7 .5",L, A 'i ,ff fffi'-31 5' 3. :' s 1,.:: , ,v 1, was fl?-17. 4 if 54 ',-'f.,zy2 , 1. is .tiff f: X' 'lf , , ' 4-1:1!,,gi, tie- . i', '., ' "1-E ii ' liw,e P' 1':Iz ' 'f"5?zl'..f" . . .ifii ,g filihc 'JIT : .. 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V2 2.51239 Lv . c c EQ ,S ws- ' fri' .9 " liigg -w .5-.-s sgiflei 1 ..5.'1 ,4, I 'Q' 1- - '-1,5-1:,f,mf - e Calcuius students Denise Michael, Deb Biflesingf Doug Gress, Dole Chisholm, and Harold Comp awaited Mr. Cc1rey's comment as he unrolled o poster for the math oftice. What was Mrs. CompbelI's comment? Senior Deb Thompson was too embcurrosed to soy. tudents, Faculty fuse . . . -. E. . I. ,gli - ' - 'wife 1 C ,.f kg ,, ' . Era.:- -ee.. -in -f f: 213 . filirgiffz 'fy-. .ly gi 5 . " ',-:,'5Z'5f? E. ' 'li' 4 A 'f:"'ifff5? . . . achieve booming success . . . pilot explosive enthusiasm . , . Following in her 'Father's footsteps, Laura Jean Ballard lfar leftl, performed for Bel Canto Choir members. Mr. Balogh assisted Linda Sinclair with her Poster and Display proiect, a Homecoming show- case. "I pledge cullegience to the united study of geometry, with binomials and quadrants for all," said Mrs. Fran Smith. Senior Jim Peace emphatically argued a firm Inter- national Relations viewp classmate Don Sizemore absorbed, considered the evidence. Explosion of minds rouses academic exploration Newest Board member, Donald H. Murch, ioined Mrs. Geraldine W. Joyner for a chat about agenda items before a regular meeting began. Audrey M. Becker Instructional Materials ' ZII " " J. Kenneth Bourgon Instructional Specialist f -'1' Q Walter L. Cosens . Athletic Director f fi' as Lorena R. Ehinger 35,5 ' 'W Distributive Education .Q X s. . 'KY '2"i'gi-.r -. . , L N E Ida Falik . ' L 7 Co-op Coordinator ' y 45 3 in is John D. Graves s X: B- Ws Student Activities K .B ii ,.. 24 , :', 1 L' I f . so.. Roderick W. Place ' K - A H ' b After-School Supervisor W K - V Robert L. Rice Al Trade-lndustry Coordinator A is ii i n i i A 5 Richard L. Stiver Helping Teacher - SAR Armand G. Vigna Director of Research . .e veg? " K 'K ,.. . A M i pm- 1 Churchill's Principal, John Schulz, got plenty of first-hand advice and comfort from his Franklin counterpart, David D. Amerman labovei, as Churchill Sophomores, teachers, administrators were housed in Franklin their first year. Before each Board meeting began, Superintendent Benton Yates made final agenda preparations. Secretary Mrs. Dolores Hoheisel, Mr. Murch, and Dr. Whisler Qback to camera, were occupied with individual pre-meeting concerns, BOARD OF EDUCATION President: Dr. A. Edward Katz Vice-President: William H, Craft Secretary: Mrs. Geraldine W. Joyner Trustees: ' Lonnieytl. Brashear Erwin S., Brown Donald H. Murch Dominick A. Taddonio Superintendent of Schools: Benign Yah, POPUW Superintendent: Rolland Upton Assistant Superintendents: V' Plant Planning, Sites, Research: Cecil H. Alford Instruction: Dr. Paul E. Johnson P Personnel: Dr. Norman L. Whisler David W. Amerman Principal George A. Aune Scheduling John F. Scott Business John D. Wright Attendance 'Best education' problems motivate determined Administration To provide curricula and facilities that would give the com- munity's students their best possible chance of keeping in step with mankind's constantly expanding knowledge about his uni- verse, Livonia's hard-working, dedicated, seven-member Board met at least four times each month, for many hours each time. Early in the year Superintendent Benton Yates announced his retirement following the 1969-70 school year. The Board named Rolland H. Upton as his successor, and elevated Mr. Upton from Assistant to Deputy Superintendent so that he could work closely with Mr. Yates before assuming the superintendency. Old familiar faces comprised Franklin's local administra- tion during this school year, new faces in the building were those Churchill High School personnel, who shared Franklin facilities until their new building is ready next year. Audrey M. Becker Direcfor IMC Norma Kumbier Chairman, Library Jeanne Bageris Klair H. Kissel .ludiih Scanlon Virginia Ruelle Jean Cassidy Ethe I Exharos Clarice linderman Pat Scavo .W-q ii- 'rr' ...-e ,uw Q , ., .., . yr- . 1 M, are Faculty and students alike enioyed ihe aimosphere of the Non-Book Room. Mr. Ernst ltop of pagel pored over record ofiferings. Senior Pom Prifula fdirectly abovel preferred ihe news seciion. Sfudenfs could sfudy individually in cx carrel or fogeflwer af fables in deparfmeni- affiliolied areas such as ihe Social Siudies Cenfer lbelowl. Marian Segasser Jean Slack expand facilities, services Individualized resource centers for English, Social Studies, and Mathematics provided one dream-come-true 'For the imagin- ative Instructional Materials personnel in i968-69. Department officers were located handily near their own study areas. Back in its original role as general library was the round brick room at the iunction of the four main corridors. The Communications Lab served language students and all other classes that frequently use tapes and records. lt housed both the permanent tape library and daily lecture tapes. Congeniality characterized the Non-Book Room, relocated in room 124 next to the East Lobby. One of its features was a Tuesday after-school movie, free both of charge and popcorn. i me E .I l i i i g , fn!! Stacks of the round library provided the right environment for Junior Kathy Casey ileftl. Mrs. Slack presided over the Communications Lab, operating the tape deck as her assistant, Sophomore Tom O'Malley, monitored. . , ii. .1 IMC ASSISTANTS. Front row: Teddie Anderson, Dave Cary, Tom O'Malley, Paul Damminga, Bob Joyner, William E. Schliclc, Harold B. Wright, George D. Blair, Kathy Panicci. Back row: John Sutherland, James Petres, Michael Scofield, David Smith, Paul Ericson, Greg Maloney, Bill Michels, Steve Watkins, Steve Burk. Absent: Dan Zedan. Kurt Phelps. Q ,V ' V ' ' Z . .f1,' i I ,, V, . ... . 57 S Counseling rejects olerking, regains personal touch With some of the huos successfully bombed out of the 'machine-scheduling process, counselors were able to spend less time on the clerical repair of scheduling errors and more on counseling than they have been able to do since IBM student programs macle the local scene two years ago. lt was welcome relief for them to get to know and to help their students on a personal basis. Furthermore, reorganization of student assignments to counselors on an alphabetical rather than grade-level basis helped counselors to become acquainted with stu- dents of various ages and stages of educational de- velopment. lt was no longer the "1'7th, llth, or l0th grade oFFice, but rather l"A-G, H-O, or P-Z'f To Seniors Wendy Wallace and Linda Bourne, the choice of colleges was a tough one. Mrs. Shield helped them with information. . 5 5 2 si 5 5 s Y, . -g,s f For the Counseling Department, peck seasons fell during the beginning of each semester. Pom Bishop consulted Mr. Genn about a scheduling problem. Mrs, Mummery and Russ Larabelle triecl to work out a class change. 5: .3 E E ei -'Q ...KX x ' rg. -.- ' , lx , is -C U .' 54-' . 3" 5. I Q--. tif" 4 I S1165-,y .-J N: ima .mt L. -s .,,, 5,-Q . M fig Mr. Ort and Mrs. Schilk faced the ever-present paperwork. John J. Ort Chairman Counseling Kenneth D. Barnhill Oliver S. Genn Marjorie L. Kniivila Winifred A. Mummery Joann M. Oxender Wilma Schilk Jane! A. Shield George Stefanou mt. ,.., -. 'mia ,I W .,,, , ., W, W ,, ,ssmffmw -fm - ,,,s,,1,Wmm.. ,,.,,.,.,m-... W., ,,,M,,w,s,,,,,,,, ,.M,:s:Wg,,,,, f"'g ,i," L 2 A f 1, is df f as W , . , , M, 4, A ,, , ., 1 ' 5 9 'E N' " an v Q "' -4 ' u ,, 9 Q -Q '5 iw Q, A ff'-,L, rv V Q U o . H u 3 .,,-QQQQ J. atv V7Y"' all J .35'!'4l,"i ' e'frQf""' " 1 sew A if A 4 -J I U V .. X W r ' an ' -2 J ' iw - W is B M J 3 U 0 an W 9 Q 0 9 'W 0 3 3 i 'Q -- ii? J. W if f f ,fi if f C v - . ' ik 5 hi' A . Q 1 8 tg . i A r v - , - , ' 1 Q Q ., My My N W C 1 t . J ,x A gr -1 , V H, ., T it 9 ,A T 1 wr N . , ' , I , T3 Best of Symphonic and Varsity Bands combined to produce this year's Marching Band. Students devoted offer school hours for work on routines and music. The results more than iustified the effort, and "Up, Up, and Away" was just one of the popular pieces receiving enthusiastic approval. ENSEMBLE. Front row: Mary Lou Conrow, Dan Vigliarolo, Kathy Panicci, Bill Elsey, Teddie Anderson, Carol Linn, Judy Little, Debbie Ashby, Karl Hultquist, Jane Baumgarten, Chris Little, Joan Malkiewicz, Calvin Draughn, Mary Martz. Back row: Joe Gomez, Pat Stock, Archie Leib, Carol Opland, Curt Steinhauer, Judy Vogt, Doug Sutton, Cathy Mac, Dan Zedan, Laurie Revell, Tim Copeland, Andrea Szyman- ski, Mike Mehney, Sue Cairo, Bob Hellstein. ,no 443' fa, e if gpg Robert L. Ballard Chairman ' Y -, Music Department rv-f ns if is r ff in Penny Duprey it 1 Roy E. Ernst 4r::'v'i Hi? 951 Jack H. Trudgeon Billy Cairo's grin was indicative of the enioyment that was both given and received by the Marching Band in their participation during half-time festivities. Drum maior Robin Spencer demonstrated rigid form and precision while assuming his performance stance. Music performers pursue perfection, cop honors Franklin's Music Department realifirmed the fact that there is no limitlto what time and talent and effort can do toward producing musical excellence. Not satis- fied with iust their award-winning mechanical skills, instrumental and vocal groups added creativity and in- spiration to come up with . . . more honors! Manning the helm in the sea of sound was Mr. Ballard, assisted by Mr. Trudgeon, Mrs. Duprey, and Mr. Ernst. Working together, they transformed vaguely concerned components into a closely knit but fiercely- competitive association of fledgling musicians. in ' Building words built better vocabularies for Judy Dommer, Norman Noomie. Broadening horizons escalate English imaginations English teachers found themselves in practical need of their own product, effective communication, this year as they began a two-year curriculum revision program. Starting from scratch, the Department will design a completely new program based on the skill and enrich- ment needs that correspond to Franklin students abilities. in preparation this year for the first time was the English Resource Center, presided over by Mrs. Linder- man. Specialized reference materials were handy for student use as they worked at tables or in carrels. vit' X -pad X X sail? ,Q ,lil i s English Ac. Il demanded intense concen- tration from both teacher Mr. Waskin and student Terri Mclntosh, Poet-guest Dudley Randall explained some of the finer points of poetry to observers Stu Klaus, Cathy Muntz, Roy Rondy, Mrs. Kumbier, Mr. Hill. Robert J. Wesolowski Chairman English Department Bonnie Archbold Harold Banta Juanita Bilinsky Christina Brynski Willard Ehn Ellwood R. Erickson Judith Hassett Ed Hill Mary Lou Hoffman Dorothy Ann Jeffrey Doris E. Kangas Zina Kangelaris George Manuel Gladys l. Masuch Geraldine Przeslawski Bernard J. Rowan Gordon M. Sauls Julia A. Smith Gerry Lynne Stetter Judy K. Stockmeyer Hal Waller Stephen L. Waskin T Sculpior Lynda Peiroif mixed clay for ci sculpting proiecf. Better-safe-than-sorry Graphics sfudeni Bill Desjardin mode ca final check before rolling presses. 'X W, s .mpimmm .,A.,..ei,. fi 1. Art award recipients, Mary Pachol, Lesley Rusch and Annette Villad discussed their entries. Linda Domagala put finishing touches on her ink scratchboard. Nw-. bf,,,ii-.X44 :IWW-. 5 ' as , Liz ,. , .,..,.s , A f-F - fx 'xx' X " . . w -ff'fLx'L- -'fi-7 i , t ss, " . Anthony M. Balogh bi h Chairman 1 3 Art Department 'wji Harold L. Butalucco Robert F, Kauffman A in iii t'r.'i Arthur L. Sipes j H wsmsf ...Sh- i outhiul artists produce original posters, drawings, designs From paint-pot to printing press, dozens of doubters discovered that they had lots more art talent than they had thought, while the ones who already knew it went on messing around in new mediums, textures, and color tones. Both groups were inspired by the winning entries of four '69ers in the Scholastic Art Con- test. All classes were back on traditional sched- ules, after flirting with flex briefly. School show- cases were kept attractive and up-to-date, class time was devoted to design and construction of sets tor school plays. Sandy Gierman waited while Mr. Sipes brushed off a drawing assignment. Math employs language skills to master computers Local mathematicians have been getting into the language business as technology makes the computer more and more essential to everyday life. Like an ani- mal, the computer must be fed, and each type must be 'Fed its own particular menu, which is the specialized language that people who feed computers must use. Of course, the Mathematics Department remem- bered its duty to the non-computer students, too, and included in its schedule the usual array of algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, refresher math, and iust plain basic math - even multiplication tables. The department was jubilant when ten of its stu- dents qualified as semi-finalists in the Michigan State Prize Mathematics Competition. Winners were Senior Lesley Bassett, Harold Camp, Dale Chisholm, Mary Gau- thier, Sally Gribble, Bob Joyner, Dorothy Pumo, Chuck Rasmussen, Don Sizemore, and Soph Jerry Thompson. Father Carey's chickens were Fran Smith, Mary Buda, Marilyn Capelli, and Virginia Waymire - first time Math had so many lady teachers. 'ups Feeding time for the computer found Senior Pat Nelson looking over the keyboard on which she would prepare the necessary ingredients. I mysteries, half time whistling at gym classes, ff' Math's split personality, Jim Ford, served half time unraveling algebraic Self-satisfied for having mastered the linear representations of trlg Jim Peace and Gretchen Goehmann shared the wealth 1.:f1ff5:e1sgeaifgi1w ---- ---- i -ig . :,, ,V I y he . A E ff t f ,,. a O . . Z - - is 'Ur' if. . Q U .4 , ., ff ei A L - R- ffi R A Q. i .. 1 V y ... Q intbx . L A A My .. .,,r 'Q A 3 A , .. F 'I . V 'A e m y Q Q N . James A. Carey Chairman Mathematics Mary Buda Marilyn Capelli James E. Ford Jan R. Hale Kenneth B. Knipschild Eugene Krzeminski W. Barton Moore James Probelski Robert H. Selke Kent A. Shoemaker Frances Smith Virginia K. Waymire A variety of projects occupied Ken Knight, Mr, William Lively, John Kopy, and Matthew Tung during an Electronics lab session. If 5 fi s ENSM. :QW www, www Mr. Rotrock's Physics course included a unit on distance measurement, Charlie Wiggins checked out his findings. Cindy Quinn and Marilyn Miller ignited chemical interests. cience Department accents better learning methods Modern trends extended to the Science Department with the introduction of more beneficial methods of independent study, more effective use of lab time. Biology led the way as it took over the hall show- case exhibiting displays to entice a curious mind. A kynograph, recording response of a turtle heart sub- iected to different stimuli, caught the attention of many an inquiring student. Also new in the Biology depart- ment was a unit accompanied by films to explain the eFFects and dangers of hallucinatory drugs. Chemistry and Electronics renovated their depart- ments and made major improvements. Students were able to choose not only their lab modules, but also their areas of exploration. Physics added to its department a leniency allowing high achievers to experiment with proiects keyed to their individual interests. he--' QF If 2. g . ,k Q , ,. .Vkfzar fs Mr. Peterson explained a biological concept. William E. lively Chairman Science Department David Danes loren Farrell James Mayer Mary A. Murray .lerry A. Peterson Donald M. Rotrock Glynn W. Scanlan Daniel J. Tighe lno picturej Douglas A. Warren xi: Livonia city officials greeted Seniors from all community high schools labovel as they arrived to take over city omces for the day. Mr. Hellier fbelowl found class attention diverted to WXYZ cameramen setting up their equipment to cover the schooI's primary election. James l. English Chairman Social Studies Harry Avagian Gerald Cullin Ronald Hellier Norman Lane Hotchkiss Michael G. Hughes Peter Kokenakes Sylvia Morningstar of i ,J we Mr. McFarrand eased Linda Maynard's worries over grades Iabovej. Wallace banners decorated one booth during the spring-time primary elections. Mr. Pode fbelow rightj helped students figure out confusing schedules. 0065 Current crises challenge, ocial tudies acts "Current Events" had a fresh connotation in Social Studies this year, as staff and students directed common attention to the national elec- tion and other vital events of the hour. For example, two new classes got under way second semester, both organized with student help. Minority Group Relations used current media, individual consciences and ethics as learning devices. Community Services gave credit for serving in such community proiects as recreation, medical aid, tutoring. The old stand-bys - American and world his- tory, government, geography, economics, socio- logy, psychology - also remained available. .4svv Donald R. Nicholson Dominick Paris Ronald Pode Mary Ann Pollock Allan Treppa Home Eo explodes with activity, initiates boys' cooking class Guys in the kitchen? Why not? One of Franklin's newest classes enabled all prospective male cooks, who had been in hiding, to come out from under cover and prove their abilities in the Franklin kitchens. In Commercial Foods the guys learned to cook meals on a large scale, such as for a hotel or for a restau- rant. The head cook, alias Mr. Anthony Zizzo, did a great iolo at keeping our guys out of the "soup". Family Life Education included other classes such as Home Furnishings, Entertaining and Foods, and The Child. The most 'Fascinating feature of this department was the Franklin Play- school where the children of the 'Faculty came and during both semesters, child-care students watched them in the "quiet" solitude of the playroom where they worked and played. Laura Mclnteer asked her Fashion and Fabrics teacher, Mrs. Jiskra, a question while Kathy Plant and Laura Gaikowski decided not to let the guys show them up. l l 1 l 1 I i l l 4 l l l i Four year old Molly Cahill rested between activities while Commercial Foods students, Jim Martini, Bob Brighfaupt, Gary Sic Coates showed their assorted cooking skills. 4 s lx 0 and Steve grew. E e s w H. -1 ,Pi 'vw , ' , Vwvfs ,- Justine Jiskra Janet Dersey Evelyn Shuput Anthony Zizzo Robert Visser 5 ' M : '- Chairman i g Y- . - , Q Foreign Language . 5 i 2 r x -f Mme. T. Bunch M T ' . ' nk we ... sr.. 'T X K 3 x W 5 Frederick E. Hebel ,TE Shirley A. Perryman 'R' 1 45: Bonnie J. Walter . Linguists' hunt For learning leads to cultural reward Hopefully climaxing a year containing field trips to a Spanish ballet and a French restaurant, will be the voyage some students to France under the super- vision of Mrs. Walter. The six-week iourney will consist of morning classes and afternoon sightseeing. The trips are part of a continual effort to stimulate a greater in- terest among foreign language students. Year after year the effort continues. The library has books on the various countries represented by the French, German, Latin and Spanish languages, and the language classrooms display maps, magazines, and flags. For the student with an extra interest, as well as extra time, the Communications Laboratory is always open with a variety of interesting educational material. Jordanian students Gulialt and George Haddad talked with Mrs. Walter about the possibility of taking French. 3 RQ S,-,ft ill -. tsl .K -s tiff? f E sm-'N' ,,,,., weeeww' K ww' WWW N i -.. 4 During the election, Spanish students Gary Allan, Mary Ellen Kolodziei, Isabelle Campbell, Don Yerks, cmd Cathy Roth displayed posters of their presi- dential preferences, Marilyn Miller listened while Mr. Hebel explained some of the finer points of German. Q if NX - 1 A SQ-v' Bob Jerden, Linda Dyke, and linda McKerracher tried to master the French intonation by listening to a playback of themselves. Awed by the size of the Roman Empire were Latin Bob Fixler, Ev Urbanski, Ron Zang, Gilda Polselli. Chicken tights were apt to begin when swim instruction halted. Mr. Holmes lalaovel bundled up against October's chill, as he kept an eye on activities of both boys' and girls' outdoor gym sessions. Mrs. Good sent her Sophomores on a soccer romp for skill, warmth. sessions net indoor, outdoor skills Those moans and groans issuing from the gym early last 'Fall originated with summer-lazied Sophomores more used to relaxed recreation than to the regimented exer- cises and games stressed in Physical Education. This one required year included, as usual, a gen- erous sample of many activities: badminton, volleyball, basketball, calisthenics, isometrics, modern dance. A twelve-week swimming course was required of all Sophomores, who also worked on first aid and basic health concepts when they were not scheduled to gym or pool. Classes for both boys and girls took place out- side whenever good weather permitted. 4,5 R 81 'GIF g.:...Li...-.. A M l t hu.. ,-A Q' Fw 4-'A-.Q Q ss 714. it k. W ie, if-Q5 l Sorry about that, but a pylon isn't a megaphone: Debbie Marsh labovel seemed to have found another use 'For the Held marker as she cheered her team. Ken Collins Cleft, demonstrated the phenomenon of balancing in mid-air. James E. Ford Waller Cosens Kathleen Good Delores Hepler Robert L. Holmes Robert Visser Nancy Wares 5. Concentrohon was the key to good typmg for Laura Bockle man fnbovel Dufo Processmg recudled siudenis like Pof Segos ser Qbelowj for fuiure labs In business machmes so Perry J. Graham Chairman Business Education Laura M. Bosh Margaret M. Casey Lorena Ehinger Charles Elser A. G. Hakala Virginia A. Myers Sue Waldfogel Jack J. Young Hap Youngs Business Ed classes explore as flaring enthusiasm builds lt might be said that the Business Education Department is hiding behind a false front. That's literally true with Ben's Corner, where boys from Wood and Allied Materials pooled their talents last spring constructing a wooden store front. This is the store by Franklin business students and their adviser- teachers to order, display, and sell school supplies. Changes in the curriculum have made the old Bus. Ed. image another false front. It isn't typing-bookkeeping-shorthand any- more, although all of these subjects are taught. Now it's Com- puter Programming and Data Processing, where students have to learn a whole new language. Then they have to learn how to feed the machines. The new image also includes some busy hours in retailing and advertising, poster, showcases. Three or four dozen students who have done well in Busi- ness Ed. Classes are accepted each year for the Co-op Program: supervised work experience with both grade and pay. Ben's Corner specials attracted many eager customs-rs. such as Larry Harper iopposite pagei who admired the heavy iackets. Kathy Pegg ilefti industriously bent over a tricky shorthand assignment. bmi Leon Martin Chairman Industrial Educaiion Dennis Dupuie David N. Gilles Donald Jennings George lovich V, 0. Napoleone Roberi F. Zang i , Q fa 'ii' .3 ii: agxs.-ki Q2 - 3 , Qi' El-if f' A 9 Enveloped in his task, Dom Gayk infused diligence with his arc- welding techniques. Bent on completion of his proiect, Dave Martinez smoothed the grain in Woods and Allied Materials. drafts skill in auto, wood, metal shop Longhairs infiltrated the Industrial Education De- partment this year, and we don't mean stylish boys. Several girls answered roll call in Drafting classes every day. What's more, they proved that they could hold their own very well with their male classmates in pursu- ing complicated assembly and detain drawings. Other classes in the department remained exclu- sively masculine, developing skills that could be applied directly to iobs after high schoolg or to practical matters such as the repair of automobiles, small engines, and appliancesp or to hobbies involving delicate and beauti- ful woodworking, metals, and plastic crafts. Metals boys pooled their skills to build a snowmobile. A new teacher, Mr. Dupuie, took over auto tech- nology classes in place of Mr. William Jennings, who transferred to the new Churchill High School as Industrial Education chairman. Mr. Jennings had been with Frank- lin since it opened, and at Bentley before that. ttice crews, aides relieve teachers' odd-job hang-ups There's more to a school than classrooms, students, and teachers. Behind those scenes are scores of people equally busy and equally important to daily routine. Secretaries, clerks, a bookkeeper keep the machines running and the records straight: from attendance to college transcripts. They dispense poster-board and band-aids, they collect money, they type, ditto, mimeo- graph, staple. They greet the public with courtesy. Aides became an integral part of this society in 1968-69, as they took over lunch-room, hall, and su- pervision, freeing teachers tor more student contact. Scheduling Office did many things. Secretary Mrs. Boyd helped check in students who arrived late. Mr. Aune held his breath while Mrs. Arnold cleared report-card printing schedule with IBM at semester's end. sl if Co-op Senior Kay Mitchell learned on-the-iob, working in the Attendance Office with Data Processing Secretary Mrs. Bonnie Rae Hadley. 1, is eii .. 3 . if -is 5 fri E 2 l ..-as Mrs, Jeannie Allen Cleft, pulled attendance cards from the day's homeroom packages in Student Accounting Office. The cheerful voice of Secretary Mrs. Patricia Grinnell greeted various Business Office callers. v id' M' 5 . maj? I A .N ,,,..e ,,,Q,., , 2 JE f ig .KX R I' ' -, A v . U J' 4' if vi? .QW we 2 gif , .A ' fra' 2 , . OFFICE PERSONNEL Ruth E. Arnold Toni Boyd Lois Calandra Dorothy Dluski Rose Fisher Patricia A. Grinnell Bonnie Rae HadleY Louise Hobich Grace lube Connie Petrucci Josephine L. Zirblis Nancy Bloodworth M. J. Buritz Janet Campbell Dorothy Came Evelyn Dutton Barbara Rappley Agile custodians, kitchen crews provide palatable environment Keeping the whole setting in smooth operation is a round- the-clock iob for the people ranking custodial, cafeteria status: Three thousand students, a 'Few of them thoughtless and careless about litter and with little respect for property, made the building look messier than usual this year. Custodians fought a losing battle repairing broken tables, desks, lights, pencil sharpeners, sweeping tioors, washing lockers and walls. Lunch preparations began before daylight, reached a cli- max in a mad two-hour serving period, ended with clean-up of the kitchen late in the afternoon. And part of the kitchen had to be cleared by 1:30 daily for use of Cgmmercigl Foods, "Hamburger Line" remained one of the 'Favorite gourmet spots for Hungry Franklinites at noon. Mrs. leCureux and Mrs. Elliott served, collected respectively. "This is the way we stir the soup, stir the soup, stir the soup . . . ." Mrs. Starkey probably wasn't saying those words exactly, but she was hard at work in the soup pot on cz normal day in our cafeteria kitchen. CAFETERIA STAFF irightl. Cafeteria Manager Lila Elliott, Con- nie Petrucci, Margaret Jones, Nora Steinkamp, Julie Beamish, June Christensen, Kay LeCureux, Henrietta Ventura, Marilyn Conrad, and Mary Starkey. ., iss --.., C ,.fe W bs, " 'W 'fe'13sf,Pf.f -f ' .Q Dir - Tiff-i'f'i25?'-. '::'f51:3. is - ..,:-. . Q .,,, N., .. . K, I , .,,. t '- ' -1:5 r s wlf-" L "sf: -1 ji 12.5 k i . if X ss aaea I . ' CCC'C fssfzff .. 5 E Clock-watchers? Not particularly. But John Ahrens and Pete Koch, night custodians, were glad to see the hands nearing seven, which meant to breakfast tor them. DAY CUSTODlANS. Seated: Head Custodian Hoy McDonald, Bob Harris, Joe Shelby, Tom Binder, Andy Kish, Charles Sanders, Standing: Pete Phillips, Joe Grech, Louis Gulin, Blynn Turner, Howard Gott, Paul DuFfy, Marie Diamond. Missing: Tom Brown, Al Ruclcstahl. Clubs, plays, dances, ignite creativity Overcome by sclwool spiril, Bill Dormiwue cmd Bolo Hcllsfeim loelwd out their rendition of 'Grand Old Ivy' in tlwis yr-c1r's cxll-sclwcol musical proclucfion, How To Succeed In Business Wiihout Really Trying. 'sw STUDENT COUNCIL. Front row: Mr. John Graves, Elaine Nagano, Diane DeSanto Sandy Gierman Gerri Pow ll Ch' C I , , e , ris oe, Anna Decina, Arlene Newton. Second row: Jill Welch, Lin Sanford, Julie Stanley, Isabelle Campbell, Joanne Dommer, Diane Lang, Sue Phillips, Sue Grant. Third row: Deby Cheaney, Archie Leib, Brian Bates, Judy Jay, Shirley Kosis Linda Larson CSec.j, Pat Lissandrello, Judy Cross, Pete MacLean. Fourth row: Bob Rogalski CV. Pres.J, John Towlerton CPres.J, Jeff Kind Bill Donahue, Andy Kovalchik, Rob Hollandsworth, Wayne Florida, 'Brad Lyons, Pat Buckman. Active Council student involvement Posed with the problem of a new dress and groom- ing code, Franklin's Student Council joined forces with the other Livonia high schools in the form of LINC. Proposing vast changes, the all-city council sent several variations ot the new code to be confirmed by the Ad- ministration and the students. Led by officers John Tow- lerton, Bob Rogalski, Mike Hall, and Linda Larson, Coun- cil worked on instilling school spirit in Sophomores, as well as continuing the surge in upperclassmen. New tradition was set at Homecoming with the announcement of the Queen at the halt-time activities. events spark Traditional events sponsored by the Student Council remained as favorites: The March of Dimes peanuts sale collected money and weight, the Presidential crowned spring royalty. As a service to old and new students, the operation of the Used Book Store continued. Mr. John Graves, Student Activities Director, proved to be an exhuberant and qualified leader. 54' 753' is mv" Mr. John Graves, Student Activities Director, read over finalized plans of the new Dress and Grooming code proposed this year. Viola virtuoso Bill Donahue performed in the all-school Talent Show, rin aw sited annual event, sponsored by Student Council. ml' from hu .fsH1'J'35n ,,1sos!i,,,f:,.. M ,d , In Secretary Linda Larson and Sue Phillips concentrated on Council duties, while Scott Leggat and Kathy Graham attended an open meeting. Dick McAdam lupper leftj tried to interest fellow Juniors Bill Kumbier and Dove Olson in March of Dimes' peanuts for dessert. Diane Lang escorted ninth-grade students on a sightseeing tour of their next year's home. Both the peanut sale and the school tour are activities sponsored and supervised by Student Council members. Wind-whipped but loyal Franklin alumni and present stu- dents filled the Homecoming bleachers to watch as Patriot grid- ders routed Oak Park 35-0. This sweeping victory typified the constant drive and enthusiastic support that lasted throughout Franklin's football season. Juniors "Shocked It To 'Em" in half-time float competition by depicting the full figure of Ben Franklin with a fist full of lightning bolts. Queen Bunnie Dollins and her Homecoming court were introduced. During the evening they presided over the dance, "Reflections of Autumn." 'i s 5? 'R it W 'r J . 3. Full of sentimental memories, Franklin alumni Pat Giovanni and Dave Sanford attended the Homecoming dance. Pausing during the half-time festivities were Bunnie and her court Patt Dun- ham, Sue Phillips, Rhonda Phillips, Diane De Santo and Elaine Nagano. Sideline teammates displayed their unending spirit as Soph Bob Hollingsworth took his place on the field. Prize-winning Junior class float, "Shock It To 'E'm" fleftl deserved that extra victory lap around the cinder track. Happiness could only have been ex- pressed with tears as "Queen" Bunnie Dollins accepted the traditional rose bouquet from Mr. John Graves. Holly Borcleau may have been looking for an elusive male, or maybe checking on styles. The males were few. Styles worn were numerous, styles danced monotonous "soul" line. Casual 'Tliose Were the Days' ripples Sophomore calendar "Those Were the Days" the signs posted around the halls said, in announcing the annual Sophomore Dance. And maybe they were. But to the casual observer it looked like any other hour dance after a game: no decorations, casual clothes instead of dressy ones. The 'Fabric of modern memories was fashioned into bermudas with knee socks, or new bell bottoms. The Solo Society provided soul music, with a heavy beat and plenty of volume, for dancing in the North Cafeteria 8-ll. In the end, it was a memorable February 8 happening. vlibqm ll"' , V X i 2 5 4 E 3 That's where the boys were! Listening to soul music by The Solo Society. Music was iust what the dancers needed for their casual olfair. But the volume was iust 'foo much for the sensitive ears of Mark Slis, the photographer's son. Q. ' ig. M ' s:X,.- J M'4'2v-f Knees fashionably bent in Cl new twist, Dawn Mueller, Danna Jones, and Kathy Thompson soled their way across the floor lleftl snapping their fingers to make sure no beat was missed. Following some interesting speculation, Dogpatchers determined the identity of a fellow rustic. Was it Poncho Villa? Frito Bandito? The girls weren't telling. Proud of his winning corsage, Doug Sutton displayed nonchalance despite the admiration of Bonnie Buckingham, Chris Estland, Gayle Greenwald. Donning dotty Dogpatch duds, casual kids convene Take two parts jean, patches Cot a variety of colorsj, burlap, straw hats, and army boots, and add to it an assortment of vegetables and fruits. Use your own discretion. With a rhythmic motion, blend ingre- dients with music performed by Sue Kern and her band. Finally, fold in some 800 Franklin and Churchill students, perferably those slightly ripe after two months of school. Place mixture in a well-decorated gym. And the result? A wildly successful Sadie Hawkins! The traditional recipe was given some interesting variations by the Junior Class, sponsor ot the dance. Rhinestone rings replaced pipe cleaners to seal the knots made by Marryin' Sams Wayne Florida, Jim Kosteva, and Dave Faulkner. Another deviation from the norm occurred when two couples iSheila Stearns and Scott Fobbe, and Jim Kosteva and Carol Foleyl were chosen as the yegr's Best Costume winners. Gayle Greenwald and Fritzi Hyde were Daisy Maes, Jeff Kind Lil' Abner. .sit ZW' Q. 5 ' 0 3 - 4 of 'ew Q Sa insecurity was a squash filled with 'Fruit ' to this anonymous resident. He needn't have worried: no one tattled. Taking refuge from the throngs. crowding the gym floor, Juniors Bob Yuhasz and Jef? Kind compared fashions and corsages while Daisy Mae lGayIe Greenwaldl waited for her catch. Enioying a more active diversion, Brad Lyons and Chris Lang 'did their own thing'. Orient transforms cafeteria tor hangri-La Prom Cherry blossoms and paper lanterns helped set the scene for the mid-winter Junior Prom, as the class of '70 looked to the Orient for inspiration cmd romance for the dance they had been planning for nearly two years. Somewhat out of keeping with the theme, but in Hne dance harmony, was music furnished by the Sub- urban Knights Five. Otficers and their dates greeted guests in the traditional receiving line at the opening of the evening. The punch and cookie table was a favorite resting place between dances or after a slow promenade to show off the colorful semi-formal fashions common to the event. Focal point of the Oriental decorations throughout the cafeteria was a small pond with ceiling-high streamers above it. Visitors included Bill Holwig, Terri Wollens, Dave Mulkiten, and Terri Mclntash. Receiving line at the Prom consisted of class officers and their dates. Included were Bill Donahue with Kathy Graham, Gary Allan and Debbie Frecka, Scott Leggat, Carol Foley, April Burns, and Forrest Ault, who greeted the evening's guests, such as Bob Rogalski and Susan Kroggl, In keeping with the Shangri-La theme, fortune cookies ioined green punch at the refreshment table. Partaking of them were Marsha Agee and her date, Linda Domagala, and Tom Eber- sole, who were served by Janet Davies lbelowl. Holding a private teteva-tete between dances, behind a program, were Mike Plotkowski, Jeanette Jobin lrightj. 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Though boys will always be boys, the girls iDeb Swain, Pat Buckman, and Sue Giermanl made it plain that "A Secretary is Not a Toy." They weren't giving up without a chase. .3 my x. elf? Despite the fast approaching curtain time, Debi Ottman iHecly Laruel slowly and carefully put finishing touches on her eyes. Her role as a sexy, 12-words-a-minute typist required heavy, flamboyant make-up, taking as much as an hour and a halt to complete. Executive secretaries Kathy Graham, Pat Buckman, and Sue Veto lamented their purchases of identical dresses in the "Paris Original" number. "How to Succeed" company invests assets: dividends How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying, the recently successful Broadway musical satirizing Wall Street finance, also created a high in the local all-school dramatic market. Cooperative efforts on the part of Mr. Hal Waller and Mr. Roy Ernst in this venture resulted in an exchange that profited both house and company. Tickets for the Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy took the form of IBM cards as industrious crews and committees handled technical details. J. Pierrepont Finch, portrayed by Bill Donahue, is a young man with ambition who rises from window washer to Chairman of the Board. With the aid of a book, appropriately entitled How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying, he meets and conquers such ob- stacles as J. B. Biggley, the big boss CBob Hellsteinl, Bud Frump, his obnoxious nephew CDan Vigliarolol, Hedy Larue, Mr. Biggley's very personal secretary, and then Rosemary, a very marriageable young lady fKathy Gra- hami. Once again, the drama department has succeeded. Blackbeard . . . uh, Mr. Waller . . . supervised Franklin Players, along with co-sponsor Mrs. Perryman, making up Carol Rader irightl. Making-up fbelowl were Dan Bivins, Don Murray, Judy Jay, club prexy Pa? Nedeau, Bob Hell- siein, Dan Vigliarolo, and Mike Murray. Y . ft ff Hard-working Vice-President of the Franklin Players was Bill Kumbier, who, among other things, served as the dedicated stage manager for the fall all-school musical, How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying. I :kgs FRANKLIN PLAYERS. Front row: Mr. Waller lSponsorD, Denise Michael, Debby Stone, Dan Vigliarolo, Margie Decker, Connie Campbell. Second row: Kathy Gientke, Carol Roberts, Marcia McMurtrey, Elaine Stanley, Bonnie Hart, Mary Martz. Third row: Bob Hellstein, Curt Steinhauer, Bill Donahue, Terri Mclntosh, Don Murray, Bob Joyner. Mrs. Perryman, President Pat Nedeau, and Vice President Bill Kumbier are all missing from the picture. Franklin Players pursue dramag Debaters argue service For all Entranced with the nature of human behavior as revealed in drama, as much as with the bright lights of a waiting stage and the applause of a pleased audience, Franklin Players con- tinued the theatrical traditions they have established. In October they sponsored the fourth annual day-long bus trip to Stratford, Ontario, where the travellers saw the famous Shakespearean company perform "A Midsummer Night's Dream." Spring plans leaned toward a slight revision in the One- Act-Play program. The group hoped to combine music and art achievements with drama for a Performing Arts Festival. Debaters had their ups and downs, as well as pros and cons this year. Under the direction of a new spon- sor, Miss Hassett, they mastered the thesis: "Resolved: that the United States should establish a system of com- pulsory service for all citizens." And then, on several occasions when they were to compete against other schools, the bus never arrived to take them to the meet. cock, Dennis Dolecki, Richard Pupard, Andy Cooper. DEBATE. Seated: Beverly Manko, Roxanna Maddox, Janet Goodykoontz, Margie Decker, Miss Hassett CSponsorJ. Standing: Don Yerks, Mike Pea- Franklin audiences entered the world of the mentally ill and came away with a greater feeling of understanding as the Senior Class presented The Curious Savage. Directed by Mrs. Shirley Perryman, the traditional event, in the form of a comedy, fully lived up to the expectations of the students. Mrs. Ethel P. Savage CElaine Stanleyj, after her husband's death, is continually hounded by her step-children until finally they arrange to have her put- away in "The Cloisters", a home for the mentally ill. While there, Mrs. Savage learns not only about herself, but also about the world in which she will resume life. Matters reach a climax when her children, all wealthy, corrupt successes in life, learn that their "crazy" step-mother has wisely taken the Savage fortune out of their hands and taken it with her to the home. Of course, "all's well that ends well," and the play is brought to a conclusion with all three designing Sav- ages being without money, despite their respect for wealth. Faced with an uncertain future, scheming children, and a broken career, Mrs. Savage, portrayed by Elaine Stanley, stood alone in a pensive mood. On many occasions it's much easier to remain uninvolved, and Lee Kierdorf, Bob Fixler, and Carol Beaudette did iust that, assuming the famous see-no-evil, hear-no-evil, speak-no- evil pose in an effort to shut out the commotion. 3' 144 ' 4, "The Cloisfers" provided refuge from on hosiile world 'For Mrs. Paddy lMaribelh Gientkel. Clufching Mrs, Sc:vage's feddy bear, she isolated herself in a wall of silence. Hosfilify developed between Lilly Belle Nicki Halioml and Senator Savage CChris Burgessl, hosfilify derived from greed over Mrs. SGVCIQEIS money. u favs One of the cumbersome events of the evening was the pinning of the boutonniere. Steve Kuhlman fabovei assisted Debbie Wilson with her honor. Maybe not President of the United States, but close enough for him, Bob Rogalski Ueftj and First Lady Diane DeSanto reigned during the evening. Quenching their thirst with punch and their appetites with cookies were some of the guests at the 1969 Presidential Ball. President, First Lady reign at seventh annual ball It was "red roses for a first lady" as the Student Council sponsored its seventh annual Presidential Ball. Acting as master of ceremonies, Mr. Graves presented the traditional plaque and roses to President Bob Ro- galski and his First Lady, Diane DeSanto. Other mem- bers ot the court included Sophomores Rob Hollings- worth, Mark Lehto, Juniors Cathy Roth, Jeff Kind, Jim Kosteva, and Seniors Bunnie Dollins, Carol Opland, Archie Leib. Music for the dance was provided by The Enter- tainers. The versatile five-piece band played slow music as well as a "little bit of soul" to liven things up. Red, white, and blue decorations accented a patriotic theme. Even crutches couldn't stop Tom Martin from enioying himself with his "first lady" Joanne LaBelle, and friends Chuck Ritter, Pat Bennett. Ni I A ,J ,pilli Packet survives ti crises, . . . " continues printing news Early this year there was a serious question about the future of the Packet, our school newspaper. Ad- vanced Graphics, which normally prints the paper, was dropped because of budget. No printer. A mad sub- scription campaign resulted in funds to pay a printer. Printed once each month, the regular Packet com- bined with a mimeographed weekly Penny Packet iworkshop paper of Journalism I studentsl to keep the student body informed of local school activities, and to train students in iournalistic tradition, writing layout. 3 ' . f . 9- .s -- Q.-'F . ,.... . .srr we I PACKET STAFF ifirst semestert. Sitting: Marc Maurus, Bev Gaabo, Pat Nelson, Vicki Rodde, Brian Lively. Standing: Mrs. Stetter, Penny Penning- ton, Chuck Murphy, Dianne Ellward, Tom Ward, Lyle Dechert, Lee Huntley, Charlene Hartman, and Lynn Dodds. PACKET STAFF isecond semesterl. Front row: Kathy Lloyd, Sue Chopp, Darlene Vitale, Linda Nowlin, Chris Hench, Janice Barr, Candy Jen- nings, Terry Belle Ormiston. Second row: Gloria Vernon, Nancy Leist, Lin Sanford, Sue Ryan, Janis Gibson, Debi Ottman, Isabelle Campbell, Gerry VanTassel, Carole DePetro, Shaun Westphall. Back row: Mrs. Stetter, Mike Taylor, Frank Rekieta, Mark Richardson, Dave Smith, Steve Mitchell, Don Murray, Gary Varty, Randy Roush. . f' ii?f"5X L- . ' Q A is W N w w t IE 1 2 Now hear this! Mrs. Stetter and Editor Bev Gumbo Kleftl gave Packet staff instructions. One day the stat? said thank you to Mrs. Sietter with c rose. Staff artist Tom Ward Kbelawj sketched mod posters for sales. Jig? ...L ,f ff, 2 ALMANACK STAFF: Sally Gribble, Mrs. Julia A. Smith, Nancy Briggs, Jeanine Harper, Pat Nedeau, Ann Marie Saplis, Bob Campbell, Bob Joyner, Pam Lyons, Gary Medland, Corinne Smereka, Maryellen Darrah. mmww.-N.-..,. News A 1969 ALMANACK STAFF Editor ......,.......... Sally Gribble Assistant Editor .,.... Mary Ellen Darrah Senior Stat? ...... ..........., N ancy Briggs, Bob Campbell, Jeanine Harper, Ann Marie Saplis, Maura Taormina, Jill Welch Junior Editors .. Gary Medland Pat Nedeau Junior Staff ..,.... ..... J anice Gibson, Roxanna Maddox, linda Paradowicz, Corrinne Smereka Sophomore Staff .,..... .... A nn Cassidy, Dorothy Day, Janet Goodykoontz, Marsha Lomond, Wendy Winters Business Manager ....... ..,......,............,....... B ob Joyner Advertising Sales ..,.,..............,.... Nancy Barr, Bob Campbell, Mary Lou Conrow, Cheryl Davis, Pat Nedeau, Pat Nelson, Deborah Nierniec, Colleen O'Bryan, Kathy Rosinski, Maura Taormina, Joan Zevchak Photographer ..,.. ,...,.. Bob Joyner Faculty Adviser ..... ,,,,, J ulig A, Smifh Trying to "make it fit," Sally Gribble fleft abovel typed up a headline for another page in the Almanack. In the traditional yearbook day posi- tion, Donna Felice and John LaFrance Cwho graduated last yearj sat on the floor and signed their names in each others' books. Checking names on the homeroom lists of the people who bought year- books, Jeanine Harper and Nancy Briggs labovei made sure they had everyone. Ann Marie Saplis concentrated on some copy she had written. Trying to choose the best pictures for the track and field page, Janis Gibson and Gary Medland lleftl studied each one. Bob Joyner and Mary Ellen Darrah counted and put away boxes of candy that the yearbook staff sold to raise money for the Almanack. Cutlines, headlines, deadlines add up to Almanack With bright new ideas and some stale old ones the Franklin Almanack rated high in national competition. Winning first place recognition from the National School Yearbook Association, Colombia Scholastic Press Association, and the National Scholastic Press Associa- tion, the 1968 Almanack held up a tradition that the yearbook started and has kept up since 1963. Hope- fully, the T969 Almanack will carry on the tradition. This year the Almanack staff sold booster buttons as usual and sold candy and bagels for the first time to raise money. The bagels, which were sold at the home football games, were the biggest hit of the three. R Q, Q63 'sw .., EH . X www X N ks Q mf! - - .. X' ??'5g' . 5 Xsf1 . ' N L ,L.., . K . A P .. A LS Mi, A X gi. A --.ww f ..,. i Q ng W ,. QQ if K' X -' . ' -Sr - SS QQP 'f 3 I in - Q International Club sponsor Mrs. Kangelaris and club member Dan Vigliarolo discussed the success of the International Club Tea. The annual function altorded students an opportunity to acquaint themselves with foreign students from other schools. Lucia Ku and an unidentified visitor sampled various cookies and cakes, primarily of the domestic variety, which constituted refreshments at the tea. Another activity of the club was the decoration of a car for home- coming. Jan Staal and Ruby Almeda occupied the open convertible, their warm smiles overcoming traditional cold, windy weather. INTERNATIONAL CLUB. Front row: Mrs. Kangelaris iAdviserl, Arlene Newton, Corrine Smereka, Denise Braun, Karen Montgomery, Linda Clark, Sheila Spencer, Kathy Paradowicz, Kathy Wallace, Connie Camp- bell, Sharlene Newton. Second row: Darlene Vitale, Judy Birnhart, Can- dee Jennings, Janet Goodykoontz, Dan Vigliarolo, Debbie Wilson, Linda Paradowicz, Roxanne Maddox, Terry Makinen, Margaret Zedan, Denise Michael, Beverly Manko. Third row: Paula Lilligren, Cyndie Van Tuyl, Jennie Broome, Judy Jay, Marcia McMurtrey, Diane Lewan, Suzi Pasler, Shirley Rae, Elaine Stanley CVice-Presidentj, Debbie Sands, Jackie Fraser, Judy Carlson. Fourth row: Janet Alden, Cathy Munz, George Haddad, Nancy Briggs, Jan Staal, Maureen Regan, Curt Steinhauer, Maureen Wesley, Paul Damminga, Ellen Pitt, Debbie Blaesing, Sharon Koehn KPresidentJ, Craig Schuman. sw WX . . Wm? ii?fli Congenial families host Bonds of international 'Friendship grew stronger as the International Club again welcomed new foreign exchange students. Jan Staal from the Netherlands and Ruby Almeda from the Phillipines were taken under the protective wing of the club's president and members. One of the major accomplishments of the club was encouraging peaceful, meaningful relationships among the countries of the world. Although not pictured on this page, Franklin also welcomed several foreign stu- dents mid-term: three boys from Brazil-Claudio Carp- inelli, Paulo Correa, and Luis Croce, as well as Beatriz Tomalino from Uruguay, and Ana Undurraga from Chili. FRENCH CLUB. Front row: Mrs. Walter fAdvisorD, Kathy Rosinski CVice-Presidentl, Roxanna Maddox lTreasurerQ, Paula Lilligren, Joanne Kiselewski, Denise Michael, Janet Goody- koontz, Kathy Paradowicz. Second row: Linda Paradowicz lSecretaryJ, Debbie Kuehn, Joan Jay, Diane Lewan, Mary Lou Rosinski, Debbie Burgess, Carolyn Seriguchi, Glenna Taylor. Madame Battah was missing from the group. French, German Language Clubs pursue associated cultural arts It was a lean year 'for Franlclin's language clubs during 1968-69. Neither Spanish nor Latin groups were active at all, as they had been in past years. French and German students, interested in continuing beyond classroom study activities asso- ciated with a language and its country, did get Organized. French students attended a movie done completely with spoken French and were able to go out to dinner a couple of times to a French restaurant. German devotees also managed to satisfy their appetites with Fatherland fare. Both groups hoped that students from the other two language areas would join them to continue the International Dinner tradition. GERMAN CLUB. Front row: Herr Hebel CTeacherJ, Pat Stevens, Kathy Rosko fVice-Presidentl, Deb Jahnke, Karen Farkas, Kathy Smith, Teddie Anderson, Gretchen Goehmann fPresidentJ, Marilyn Miller. Second row: Candee Jennings, Sue Ryan, Denise Michael, Chris Folsom, Nancy Eaton lsecretaryl, Sharan Kassir, Marilyn Globke, Judy Birnhart, Cyndie Van- Tuyl, Cyndie Grade. Third row: Debbie Niemiec, Lynne Eaton, Gayle ShaFfer, Linda Doran, Forrest Dahl, John Kitzmiller, Jerry Thompson, Jim Frusti, Deby Ward, Shaun Westphall, and Pat Secord. Chess enthusiasts sharpen wits, practice patience with pawns Chess provided both relaxation and challenge for several Franklin boys this year, under the guidance of Mr. Danes. Chuck Rasmussen and Wayne Stearns ileftj concentrated a deux. Mike Stone kibbitzed ibelow Ieftl as John Craig and Tony Shemke competed. You could almost taste the goodies to come as Future Nurses Chris Kalenik, Maureen Westley, Carol Frantz, and Kerry DeLong ibelowj prepared .s ' is .un FUTURE NURSES CLUB. Seated: Darlene Vitale, Sheril P vant, Debbie Bailey, Ruth Cooley. Standing: Dianne Czegledi, Mrs. Janet Campbell CSponsorD, Maureen Regang several members missing. posters for their bake sale. Future Nurses Cluh studies full careers oi service Hope springs eternal in the Franklin Future Nurses. Once again the club focused its public attention on the activities of Proiect Hope, bringing the movie sponsored by that world-wide service organization to the school for all Franklinites to see. What they saw was the medical attention being furnished by American doctors, nurses, medical facilities Ctinanced by donations of American moneyl in needy areas of the world. An April auction sale helped raise money 'For Hope. Members of the club hope to become nurses them- selves some day. With that in mind they visited Madonna College, where they learned about Madonna's nursing program. A bake sale helped raise operating expenses, STUDENTS 'For POLITICAL INVOLVEMENT. Firsi row: Mr. Ron Pode fadviserb, Beverly Manko CVice-Presidentl, Diana Frost, Cyndie Grode. Second row: Candee Jennings, Barb Pehrson, Bev LeBlanc, Deby Cheaney fPresiden1D, Gerrie VanTassel, Lynn Sayofovich, Pat Williamson Csecrefaryl. Third row: Shawnee Denison, Maribeth Gienfke CRecording Secrefaryl, Fred Gnadf, Bill Chaldekas, Lyle Dechert, Linda Sabdo, Cyndie Vanfuyl. fn uni' tial H ffl Y 1 19 , J, X ,.,. , , may y HUMAN RELATIONS. First row: Mr. Lane Hifchkiss Cadviserl, Gayle Greenwald, Chris Hench, Mary Gauthier, Nancy Kushigian, Nancy Capps. Second row: Shawnee Denison, Bob Fixler, Bob Gomon, Dennis Kusza, Debbie Blaesing, Maryellen Darrah. --...N Students for Political Involvement invited speakers for candidates to preside at forum-type meetings open to all stu- dents. Presidential candidate George Wal- lace was represented, as well as Sen. Eugene McCarthy. Denise Theisen, Jan Klos, Wendy Wallace, and Anna Decina met with Mrs. Pollock to make executive decisions concerning the Psychology Club. ocial tudies clubs create outlet for ambitions Interest in Social Studies expanded this year as two new organizations got under way to ioin the traditional Psychology Club. Human Relations broadened minority relations with Students for Political Involvement encour- aged participation in forms of government. Under the direction of supervisor Mr. Hotchkiss, the Human Relations Club planned the addition of this, year's new Social Studies elective, Minority Group Re- lations. Working cooperatively with Bentley's and Steven- son's Human Relations groups, interested students were afforded the opportunity of selecting valuable texts, ar- ticles, and instructional materials to be used for the semester course oftered at several high schools. Despite his busy schedule fMinority Group Relations and Sociologyj Mr. Hotchkiss was available for consultation for the members of the Human Relations Club concerning' their diverse activities. return to relate post-high-school experiences Many Alumni took time out during Christmas to attend the annual Alumni Tea sponsored by the Senior Class. Whether they came from ci service base, school, or from work, each person attendingenjoyed spending the afternoon with old friends, relating new experiences. October's Homecoming offered the chance for Alum- ni to return in a more formal atmosphere. A football victory in the afternoon, coupled with fine dancing in the evening, added another memory of high school. Co-op work, Ben's Corner both get the business Every day of the week there's a working relation- ship between Franklin and the business world that serves a mutual benefit. Franklin students, mostly Seniors, who were enrolled on the Co-op program, spent part of their time in regular school classes, another part of their time receiving on-the-job training in retailing, office work, or industrial employment, both for credit and pay. Supervising their work, attendance, and progress were both employers and school teacher-coordinators. Within Franklin is Ben's Corner, the school store in which students received retailing experience by order- ing, displaying, and selling supplies needed for school. BEN'S CORNER. Front row: Patrice Coseo, Linda Sailor, Mary Provenzola, Leslie Hartmann. Second row: Steve Watkins, Steve Burk, Vince Grunas, Jeff Geppert, Mike Clopper. Mr. Young was absent. Pocket-book corner was one of the best supplled and mos' POPUIUV spots for "window shopping" and purchasing in Ben's Corner store. CO-OP. Front row: Mrs. Falik CCoordinatorJ, Linda Brincat, Joyce Dial, Pdf WC1llI'19, Donna Jacobs. Second row: Lori Kachigian, Debbie Lhamon, Linda Minielly, Hope Lee Gay Appie, Vicki Rodde. Third row: Cheryl Davis, Diane Oliverio, Jett Malzahn, Colleen Oi'B,-yan, Peggy Corte, Pat Nelson, Susan Ivankovich. Fourth row: Linda Smupl G,-eg Sfefqnik, Penny Stack, Kathy Dane, Margaret Ford, Andrea Szymarlskif Margaret Younge. .. ., :L, o o l ff :MQ . ,f.5 W, IA, . A 5, '53 K ff. - .wm- Trade and Industry Coordinator Mr. Rice had Frequent conferences about on-the-job problems with his Co-op students, such as with George Rogers ilefti. CO-OP. Front row: Jean Juntunen Benny White, Bill Joslin, Marsha Rappley, Debbie Dominick. Second row: Mr. Rice fCoordinatorJ, George Rogers, John Hopper, Kelly Warren, Colleen O'Bryan. Third row: Steve VanTuyl, Ralph Zewicke, Bob Boren, Ed Vanecek, Glen Hysell, Nancy Crowe, Mary Appicelli. 191i 4? -of CO'-OP. Front row: Tim Schoenheide, Holly Nicholas, Kathi Holman, Karen Prentice, Arlene Schneider, Mary Cauchi, Sue Watt, Linda Larson. Second row: Mike Maher, Steve Barnes, Laurie Widak, Mary Provenzola, Mary Turcotte, Mrs. Ehinger iCa- ordinatorj, Scott Fobbe, John Hochstadt. Third row: Mike Gray, Steve Watkins, Tom Wclowiak, Paul DeShano, Joseph Taylor, Roger Paison, Chuck Murphy, Frank Hinzman, Rick Summerlee. j Grand staff conducts noted students, orchestral symphony resounds Franklin's instrumentalists in Symphonic Band managed to remain a beat ahead of all rivals again this year. At the close of competition, they were sure to have taken as many awards as 1968's members, whose achievements included ten superior and two excellent ratings at State Solo and Ensemble Festival. Junior Kathy Graham and Senior Bill Donahue were presented music scholarships, and in addition were selected from over two thousand entries in the festival to participate in a special all-state honors band and orchestra. Ignoring the formidable talent displayed, there were two major reasons for the unchallengeable success of instrumental music. The first, Mr. Roy Ernst, has been an influential factor for some time. Half sabbatical leave in no way impaired his virtuosity, and Symphonic and Varsity Band flourished under his care. The second was gifted Mr. Jack Trudgeon. Attaining his services as Orchestra instructor must be added to this year's impressive list of accomplishments. iv W 'ir ...Q Concentration mirrored in their faces, Vicki Haltom and Nancy Kushigian mastered a difficult passage of music. SYMPHONIC BAND. Flutes: Josette Ballert, Mary Lou Barr, Janet Bolenbaugh, Alison Buchanan, Cindy DeFiore, Nancy Erickson, Linda Fox, Beth Shirley, Barb Snyder, Jan Wagner, Karen Wollens. Clarinets: Marsha Agee, Dan Chepeska, Barb Davisson, Patt Dunham, Randall Fotui, Joe Girardin, Gail Hillier, Kay Hustead, Dave LeDuke, Mike Mehney, John A. Towlerton, Sue Veto, Jill Welch, Bob Yuhasz, Ron Zang. Bass Clarinetsz Merle Ann Caldwell, Barb Garbutt, Mark Jones, Susan Krogol, Oboe: Mary Beth Gientke, Jim Glutting, Pat Tughan. Basson: Sue Hau- shalter, Robin Spencer. Saxes: Evie Bedford, George Dallas, Lynn Dodds, Jeff Malzahn, Tony Shempke. Trumpets: James Craig, Tim Delaney, David Falkner, Dan Geiger, William Kandah, Paul Smith. Trombones: Steven Fetterman, Keith Goodwin, Michael Hall, Frank McTaggart, Don Opland. Barilones: Dan Caldwell, Jim Mulder, John Richardson, Nancy Tobias. French Horns: Dan Bivins, Chris Burgess, Kathy Graham, Jon Trennepohl, John Zimmerly. Basses: Mark Maloziec, John Seaburg, Mark Terry. Contra-Alto Clarinet: Kathy McMurtrey. Percussion: Bill Cairo, Karl Hultquist, Barry Nesbitt, Bill Schlick, Carl Schuman. 5 .CA M, , an vi X ik. A - hi , +. ORCHESTRA. Violins: Vicki Haltom, Nancy Kushigian, Maura Taormina, Donna Hill, Dawn Rottermond, Janet Gooclykoontz, Virginia Stcelt, Diane Lenart, Anthony Wisniewski, Raenette Stanchina, Ann Razgunas, Sue Taormina, Diane Lewan, Mike Hansen, David Ransom. Violas: William Donahue, Kathy Ragan, Diane Geiger, Margaret Zedan, Freiclcu Cor- letto. Celli: Lindy Last, Mark Silver. Basses: Clark Suttle, Mike Newman, Pat Nael, Charles Harris, Richard Penn. Trumpets: Paul Smith, Dan Geiger, Dave Falkner. Flutes: Beth Shirley, Karen Wollens. Oboe: Mary Beth Gientke. Clorinets: Ron Zang, Jill Welch, Dan Chepeska. Contra- Alto Clairnet: Kathy McMurtrey. Trombones: Frank McTaggart, Mike Hall. French Horn: Kathy Graham, Dan Bivins, John Zimmerly. Percussion: Karl Hultquist, William Cario, Besson: Sue Haushalter. Singing proved to be both a pleasurable and profitable experience 'For chair members Carol Hymes, Joanne Thorne, and Pat Stock, The addition ot equipment such as electric guitars, drums, and amplifier was re- quired to capture the mood indicated by one of the tall concert's numbers. Diversity was characteristic of the fine qualities displayed by all vocal groups under the capable direction of Mr. Ballard and Mrs. Penny Duprey. MALE CHORALE. First row: Phil Anderson, Charles Duncan, Mike White, Dave Collins, Curt Steinhauer, Jim Palmer, Marc Rosenthal, Richard Stoutenberg, Mike Moriarty, Brian Richards, Paul Barrett, Charles Phillips, Bill Heaton, Col Draughn, Bill Gonterman, Al Zsenyuk, Raul Flores, Rod Kuhn, Charles White, Mike Trottier, Benny White, Dan Vigliarolo, Mark Velikov. Second row: Joe Monge, Gary Smith, Dave Zimmerman, Bernie Smith, Jerry Caudill, Russ Demars, Vahneeg Marderosian, Brian Russell, Dan Muzichuk, Steward Klaus, Frank Higgins, Tom Martin, Tim Sope- land, Rick Taylor, Bill Cairo, Ken Elstone, Bob Selix, Mark Bonello, Bill Ferguson, Gary Huntley, Paul Giordano. Third row: Jim Scane, Gary Pierce, John Maloney, Bob Feskorn, Bill Elsey, Mike Wolverton, Bruce Jonasz, Karl Hultquist, Rick Rynicki, Floyd, Charles Guyut, Jet? Watkins, Paul Arnold, Chris Little, Kevin Dolin, Bill Phelps, Tim Schoenheide, Jim Scussel, Charles Brooks, Lee Huntley, Jim Kosteva, Jerry' Orzechowski, Bob Hellstein, Greig Huggard, George Blair, Fred Pushies, Archie Leib, Larry Tocco. Fourth row: Jeff Kind, Charles Champe, Frank Prince, Mike Daigneau, Brian Davidson, Mike Game, Doug Sutton, Ken Kind, Dale Logan, Dan Wilson, Alan Jones, Tony Mac, Tim Borovich, Dennis Kusza, Charles Mahoian, Leonard West, Rob Peters, Walt Korona, Mike Mehney, Dick McAdam, Don Van- Dusen, Greg Maloney, Mark Murray, Greg Newman, Rick Cardwell, John Floyd, Dave Mey, Steve Thompson, Dan Bethuy, John Kendra, Jack Cardwell, Lionel LaMay, Ron Kent, Dan Zedan, Bob Evenden, Mike Sarazin, Dave Martinez. VARSITY BAND. Clarinets: Helen Alcorn, James Andrews, Randy Bonnell, Ron Bonnell, Aileen Briggs, Daryl Carlson, Dennis Corte, Tim Dippert, Pat Foggarty, Ginny Gribble, Cyndie Grode, Don Hill, Phil Hogan, Marsha Jackson, Donna Jones, Don Kilpela, Debbie Kuehn, Carol Lescoe, Mary Maloziec, Janice Martin, Robert Nixon, Rebecca Nutter, Cynthia Peters, Patty Richards, Craig Sieferd, Lynne Sobeck, Carol Tresik, Dennis Volcholt, Arlene Ward, Terry Wollens, Linda Zachman. Drums: Robert Golota, Darlene Holmes, Tom Keene, John Kitzmiller, Daniel Michel- son, Steven Polcyn, Garry Rotter, Dan Wilson, David Wright. Cornets: Brad Black- well, Don Dodds, Michael Fugate, Ralph Geiger, Rick Glaspie, Mike Gooding, Gary Green, John Ivans, Stephen Knight, Scott Lobb, Diane Marsh, Tim Martin, Donny Moore, Scott Siegfried, Alice Tughan, Ron York, Flute: Robin Baigrie, Ann Cassidy, Denise Coburn, Linda Doran, Sharon Garbutt, Judy Jay, Linda Mc- Kerracher, Debbie Palmarchuk, Ellen Pitt, Patricia Secord, Karen Tenniswood. Oboesz Farrel Briggs, Amy Schmitz, Leslie Townsend. Saxophones: William Adams, Jett Carter, Ann Debien, Paul Erickson, Paul Hahn, Craig Schuman. French Horns: Janet Brown, Randy Clark, Bob Evenden, Debbie Marsh, Barbara Reynolds. Bass Clarinets: Diane Powell, Marie Tute. Baritones. Stephen Brzys, Dan Caldwell, Jim Frusti, Steve Fulton. Tuba: Dale Campbell, Dave Cary, Jim Krueger. Trombones: Ed Byrnes, Craig Cosgrove, Tom Waring. Bells: Louanne Hopkins. Chords, comets oo-mingle, harmonious beat goes on GIRL'S CHORUS. Front row: Debbie Smith, Debbie Frank, Laura Holm- berg, Susan Olszewski, Julie Pop, Margaret Smith, Rosalyn Jaffe, Gerry Curran, Sue Kaiser, Gloria Gonzalez, Amy Gross, Carol Beaudette, Debbie Funderburg, Doycann Vernon, Leslie Hartmann, Linda Schebel. Second row: Lori Dougherty, Carol Frantz, Debbie VanRiper, Susan Corte, Janet Watkins, Karry DeLong, Deb Thomas, Diane Tesnow, Dawn Law, Maureen Hopkins, Judy Dommer, Sue Wilson, Denise Braun, Nancy Capps. Third row: Linda Nelson, Maureen Cosgrove, Ann Bruny, Chris Pelchat, Maurene Taylor, Kathy Norrie, Pam Frye, Sandy Kobiata, Candy Jennings, Gloria Bruno, Helen Mitchell, Pat Williamson, Kathy Lloyd, Barb Davis, Pam Crawford, Pat Holman, Linda Redilla, Barb Leslie, Linda lsler, Sue Sova, Karen Bukoski. Fourth row: Betty Szatwicz, Linda Eidt, Sue Burns, Debbie Stone, Ann Pringle, Chris Folsom, Debra Calzadillas, Betteann Petrat, Donna Felice, Joan Jay, Gail Natoli, Cathy Hughes, Joanne Madigan, Michele Martyniak, Kathy Klyberg, Cathy O'Connor, Debbie Irving, Sue Gassel, Bev LeBlanc, Ruth Cooley, Judy Carlson, Kate Hermesmeyer, Gabe Haider, Sue Roberts, Ann Mimnaugh, Bonnie Katalenic. Fifth row: Chris Sobeck, Julie Stanley, Gail Cheney, Bonnie Hart, Marlene Horak, Linda Wendt, Linda Fernandez, Cindy Miller, Pat Coseo, Carolyn Scarlett, Kathy Hooper, Sue Battaglia, Lynne Erxleben, Barbara Donehue, Julie Jonassen, Sue Rosinski, Cathy Munz, Sally Koepfle, Chris Kalenik, Sue Bauer, Dianne Sellers, Maureen Parent, Debbie Jones, Linda Currie, Connie Olson, Nancy Crowe, Debbie Lin- ville, Mary Bullion, Kathy Schmoker, Deborah Day, Kathy Nisun, Sharon Bunning. L..J, BEL CANTO CHOIR. Front row: Calvin Draughn, Joan Malkiewicz, Mike Trottier, Pat Mueller, Dave Collins, Bunnie Dollis, Archie Leib, Ann Fugazzi, Debbie Ashby, Stephanie Gordon, Debbie Hunter, Pat Marsh, Debbie Burgin, Greig Huggard, Denise Story, Joe Gomez, Lucia KU, Dan Vigliarolo, MoryLou Conrow, Marc Rosenthal. Second row: Gary Smith, Wendy Wolf, Fred Pushies, Judy Little, Phil Anderson, Kathy Panicci, Al Zsenyuk, Peggy Hoyna, Chris Little, Carol Oplond, Carol Linn, Charles Duncan, Jane Baumgarten, Brian Russell, Sue Cairo, Bob Rogal- ski, Pat Stock, George Blair, Teddie Anderson, Bill Elsey. Third row: Chip Hult- Russ Demars, Linda Miller, Ken Elstone, Sharon Koehn, quist, Sharyl Thiesmeyer, Jerry Orzechowski, Mary Martz, Tim Shoen- Unquestionable cues quadruple ratings Hard work and perserverance paid oft for Frank- lin's vocal music department. Individual competitors won superior ratings at Solo and Ensemble Festival, Girls' Chorale, Male Chorale, and Bel Canto Choir each re- ceived a total of four number one ratings, an almost unheard of record of excellence in state competition. Records and competition scores mean nothing unless concerts are scheduled to benefit each Franklin students, his parents, andthe neighboring community. Several concerts throughout the year combined all vocal groups. Their sounds resonating throughout the building brought autumn, Christmas, Easter, and Graduation ioy into the hearts of all who attended. Vocalizing with the Male Chorale could prove to be exhausting and even those with formidable strength were easily overcome. Jerry Cau- dill discretely covered his mouth, but yawnecl iust the same. X ..,,. s.. ..:. .,.. ,..: , R . f. 1- W ,. DVEQE'-3 ii f-fiR'AsNJS?fi'i5' P s, V F. i.is L.. . .SL ... Y Hesse W - . Qld' K - -X X : .QS.:'k52".vMi-'Q .. C. .,., CM ,... sa, .. L. . ,.. we 5,63 heide, Paula Klenk, Nancy Wilson, Mike Wolverton, Pat Harris, Lee Huntley, Cindy Jonasz, Dennis Kusza, Terri Wright, Andy Hyland, Sue Head, Tony Mac. Fourth row: Rick Rynicki, Sharon Kassir, Mike Sarazin, Sally Davis, JeFf Kind, Cindy Cardinal, Lionel Lamay, Mary Hill, Kevin Dolin, Joanne Thorne, Liz Hibsky, Rick Cardwell, Cindy Quinn, Bob Hellstein, Pat Mulawka, Dale Logan, Andrea Syzmanski, Tim Cope- land, Judy Vogt, Rob Peters. Fifth row: Pat Buckman, Frank Prince, Carol Rader, Curt Steinhauer, Laurie Revell, Dan Zedan, Cathy Mac, Loraine Zwicker, Doug Sutton, Carol Hymes, Steve Thompson, Debbie Blaesing, Mike Mehney, Karen Spehar. Unique this year was the quartet formation which improved tone quality and pitch,total sound. Sf 4 A g TV A .A hik X X , Ig . . U' Though Senior Peggy Kilgore didn't look terribly alert, her furry friend appeared to be enjoying the strengthening vocal exercises. GIRL'S CHORALE. First row: Arlene Newton, Sharlene Newton, Cheryl Pass, Connie Campbell, Pat Taylor, Sharon Guarardo, Chris Jonasz, Judy Yankovich, Sue lvankovich, Lynnie Eclcout, Leighanne Whiteman, Lynda Curtis, Audrey Glinski, Deb Allore. Second row: Sue Chopp, Gayle Greenwald, Cherie Fisher, Bonnie Bauman, Michele Miquelon, Debbie Wilson, Nancy Oliver, Nancy Eaton, Karen Fernihough, Kathy' Wallace, Janice Oliver, Marilyn Miller, Linda Lahti, Jane Bowers, Gretchen Weier, Kathy Ponchart. Third row: Laurie Tudor, Linda Domagala, Fran Pokryfki, Debbie Mitchell, Kathy Pegg, Jennie Broome, Penny Pennington, Peggy Kilgore, LaSelIe LePla, Debbie Gravelle, Cindy Carlson, Barb Dettar, Deb Bowers, Laurie Rosati, Pat Blackney, Linda Paulson, Margaret Ericson, Pat Slowey. Back row: Jama Smith, Linda Sailor, Charlene Mclean, MaryLou Rosinski, Shawnee Denison, Nancy Leist, Debbie Swain, Kathy Mimnaugh, Pam Coley, Linda Wand, Sandy Nickatook, Vonda Rogers, Lynn Wagner, Robin LePla, Terri Mclntosh, Pat Nedeau, Debbie King, Barb Kane, Nancy Buckner. Zgss...-s Kathy Ragan's deckwork highlighted her Hawaiian number. Darrell Burton practiced her precision stroking during a dress rehearsal. . . V if - - . .f . H 1:-w H ' fs ffj 3-, , iw - - M Q s . -, , ,:, . s, as . 1 f. i .. n V - , C W ' . . . r ' .- L in 1968 Aqualite talents perform synchronized reflections "Reflections" was the theme of the l968 Aqualite swim show. Club members wrote, directed, and per- formed original routines depicting memories of the past. Narrator Crys Premo, in the guise of an elderly woman, reflected on her childhood, college life, and the swinging done to the music of "The Impossible Dream" climaxed the show. Charleston Era. A candlelit finale An extra touch was the addition of modern dancing to fill between-number gaps. The Modern Dance Club, under the supervision of Mrs. Fran Smith, performed two numbers and was a definite hit with the audience. Churchill's gain was the Aqualites' loss as Miss Carolyn Benninger transferred to the new high school. "Miss B", who had sponsored the club since its origin, was replaced for the '69 season by Miss Nancy Wares. N Opening nighf proved successful for one group, who performed a Vaudevillian roufine. Cheryl Davis worked out las?-minute lighting details. 1968 AQUALITES. Front row: Linda Crosby, Deb Chaney, Pat Harris, Linda Curtis, Calhy Eckhouf, Kif Torok, Chris Roberis, Judy Cross, Lynn Kremer. Middle row: Craig Anderson, Sally Gribble, Paula Klenk, Lenny Eckhouf, Judy Hulfquisf, Darrell Burion, Barb Snyder, Aileen Briggs, Anneife Bordeau, Penny Pennington, Sandy Graham. Back row: Miss Benninger, Pat Buckman, Kathy Ragan, Cindy Cardinal, Deb Cheaney, Stephanie Olson, Sally Davis, Carol Foley, Terri Maclnfosh, Margie Decker. Paula Klenk flefil iried out ideas for an original show number. Peppers, Timers, Twirlers perform service roles Bridesmaids to other school activities were the serv- ices performed by Pep Club, Maiorettes, and Timers. Pep Clubbers provided the loud voice of the sports pro- gram. Early in the fall they organized to plan an excit- ing year in support of the school's sports teams. Assem- blies in the Lecture Theater provided poster and vocal competition for the three classes, the one- cheering loud- est receiving a trophy "drum" for the week. Maiorettes performed their artistic and musical leadership before the Marching Band during football season. Stopwatches in hand, Timers clocked in their swimmers during the many dual meets of the winter. Pep Club sponsor Mr. Martin advised sign painters Denise Theisen, Andrea Gordon and Jan Klos labovej. With Jan in the background, Jan Koski, Dave Martinez, Bunnie Dollins and Dan Zedan prepared signs Qrightl to decorate the Lecture Theater for a big rallv. PEP CLUB. Front row: Patti Fuhrman, Elaine Nagano, Sue Kaiser, Lori Richards, Lynda Hendricks, Maura Taormina, Margaret Zedan, Kathie Kroll, Gwen Smith, Maureen Cosgrove, Michele Miquelon, Cheryl Bussart, Jan Pehrson, Diane DeSanto, Gayle Greenwald, Marcie Grameno fSec- retaryi, Arlene Newton. Second row: Bunnie Dollins CPresidentD, Judie Morqvich, Paula Winkler, Jill Welch, Linda DiPiazza, Joanne Dommer, Gerrie VanTassel, Sue Taormina, Denise Michael, Lynn Sayotovich, Diane Lang fAdvertising Mgr.J, Christine Cova, Linda Maynard, Andrea Gordon, Denise Theisen, Sharlene Newton. Third row: Ann Pringle, Debbie Wilson, Sandy Kobiata, Donna Felice, Karen Allender, Kathy Pegg, Kathy Frost, Sue Battaglia, Diane Wasilewski, Lynn Atkinson, Barb Pehrson Nice- Presidenti, Bev LeBlanc, Fran Pokryfki, Mary Martz, Jon Davies, Kathie Thompson, Linda Mitchell. Fourth row: Carol Tresik, Marsha Lamond, Ruth Cooley, Carole Davis, Sue Baver, Pom Pennington, Sue Kacin, Sue Bristow, Bob Joyner QTreasurerJ, Dave Martinez, Denise Slavin, Pat Lissandrelio, Linda J. Larson, Kathy Graf, Bonnie Hart, Carol Fixler, Glenna Taylor. Right behind the cheerleaders, at the front of the Homecoming parade, was the V-W victory bus sponsored by the Pep Club. "Patriots the Greatest" and similar proud expressions were typical of the enthusiasm generated all year long by Pep Club in support of athletics. TWIRLERS. Maiorettes: Bunnie Dollins, Evelyn Urbanski, Barb Davlsson Fritzi Hyde, Jeanette Jobin. Drum Maior: Robin Spencer These high-steppers led the Marching Band. Lynn Kremer's steady finger was ready to stop the watch when her swimmer touched. Watching were Ann Billing, Daryl Carlson, Diane Balio, Nancy Barr, Kathy Gientke, Lynne Eaton, Gretchen Weier, Sally Gribble, and Karrell Archer. TIMERS CLUB. Front row: Kathy Gientke, Carol Roberts, Diane Balio, Cathy O'Connor, Jim Kcsteva CAnnouncerl, Sally Gribble, Gayle Greenwald, Carol Foley, Kathie Thompson. Second row: Daryl Carlson, Denise Michael, Carol Archer, Nancy Barr, Lynne Eaton, Ann Billing, Pat Buckman, Lynn Kremer, Cindy Cardinal, Judy Cross, Kathy Ragan, Joanne Madigan. ,..-of Ski Club listened for last minute instructions from iheir sponsor, Mr. Gillis lrighil. Jim Craig '7'l per formed buck-breaking exercises Wi Sllrr David Dobson and Chuck Daugherty were faithful members of the Intramural Bowling Team. Ski Club members gathered together equip- ment for their after-school trip to Pine Knob Ski Resort. 5 ki Club, Intramurals provide diversified activities A variety of intramural sports was present at Frank- lin this year, appealing to the interest of a diverse stu- dent body. To some, Tuesday afternoons at Livonia Lanes was the place to be when the bowling teams, sponsored by Mr. Avagian and Mrs. Morningstar, performed. For those boys concerned with physical fitness, there was weight-lifting every Monday and Wednesday afternoon. Both ping-pong and pool were added. Although weather conditions weren't too coopera tive, Franklin's Ski Club successfully completed five trips and kept casualties to a minimum. Officers Patt Dunham, Walt Dondzila, Jeanette Joloin, ancl Joanne Dommer, to- gether with club sponsor, Mr. Gillis, organized a dry land ski school for all interested novices. i , N6 98 Being bombarded during the bombard- ment game, Denise Theisen, Pat Richards, Donna Hanlon, and Maribeth Gientke ducked to get out of the way of a ball. battle students rebound victoriously Battling right down to the final buzzer, the Senior boys again defeated the male Franklin 'Faculty 5l-47. The game was hard fought and excitement ran high. The Senior girls got in the act by having a Bombardment Game before the big basketball contest started. Again the "Cheerleaders", Senior boys dressed up as girls, led the cheers and created most of the 'Fun for the crowd. Proceeds from the game went to the Senior class to help pay 'For the Prom and other activities. Archie Leib brought the ball down the court and set up an offensive play for the Seniors. Clieering on the Senior team to victory "Cheer- leaders" Jerry Sabo, Dwayne Bau, Don Saelzer, Bob Joyner, and Dave Collins yelled it up and brought down an earful of cheers. X '31 w W' w . :,. .,. I.. Ti " Z 1. iff L.LA ' 3' Y' . .. - .,-". b 'sg - . EL' 5 fx I is 'kkk X Li ' Ai' gf kg f I 'S 1' I I S X Wx , MQ .15 'X , .L , Swv Ai, '30 5 2 Q KS J S T X x X K -wx K.,Kk,.. X. , S NL-A 4LQ553g?5Re,-5 X, 5. N 41+ Q w. 'A , ,. . Q 1 Franklin students who spent the summer of 1968 as students abroad were Patricia Buckman, Dorothy Pumo, Elaine Stanley, and Vicki Haltom, all Seniors of 1969. National Merit Semitinalist Dale Chisholm chatted with Mr. Ort, Chairman ot the Counselors lopposite pagei, as Letter of Commendation winners listened in. The latter included Seniors Dorothy Pumo, Keith Garvey, and Sue Stout. Semifinalists in the Michigan State Mathematics Prize Com- petition Cbelowi included Lesley Bassett, Mary Gauthier, Sally Gribble, Dorothy Pumo, Bob Joyner, Charles Rasmussen, Dale Chisholm, Hal Camp, Don Sizemore, all Seniors: and Sopho- more Jerry Thompson, Knot showni, who moved to Stevenson. Mrs. Kumbier presented Library Service awards to Diane Oli- verio llefti and Frances Finkel- stine Cbelowi at '68 Honors Convocation. l . X -sf? .fl V -ca., , .. Artistically versatile Debra Darden experimented with many different media in the art field during her three years at Franklin. As a Senior she won three certificates tor iewelry entries in the National Scholastic Art Competition. enior achievements lead parade ot distinguished annual honors Most positive ot "explosions" in this, or any school year, are the ones masterminded by talented students who use their time to master knowledge in one area or another. They are the winners who bring honor to themselves and to everyone asso- ciated with them: classmates, family, the historical school. There are the scholars whose academic achievement and discipline make them outstanding. Senior scholastic positions are revealed too late in the year for yearbook printing, however, except for those competition -winners pictured on these pages. It is during Honors Convocation that personal names become publicly attached to accomplishments. Among the prized awards are those given by each department to its outstanding students. All-school activity awards provide a diFFerent type ot honor. i Attending Wolverine Boys State during the summer of 1968 were tive i Franklin Juniors: Bob Joyner, Bob Campbell, Chris Lang, Dan Zedan, and Brad Lyons. All received diplomas with the class of 1969. Ever-energetic, multi-talented, sportsters activate explosive Patriot power .2 - --ae i NL. , . is S Y 9- z..""". -Q. '. Q, 2 . Q i"'Ka-5 'PETE' 1 W:f""" I-:.-sv :,-5 ' QTTW .. ,. -" ""' iI'E N,,,,,, A - - spur .. t K5 rust.-f sf: - -:ff f - - "s'1 . " s Q w s g mia s s Franklin catcher Mike Lindstrom took infield practice during pre-game warm-ups. Bats, hunts, hase runners blend to capture championship The Patriot baseball team concluded its 1967- 68 season by capturing Franklin's fourth league championship. Graduating seniors Denny Hop- kins, Mike LeBlanc, Dave Paden, and Bill Hell- stein were named to the NWSAA All League team and Dennis Fisher received an honorable mention. After accumulating a 10-6 overall record, the Franklin fielders were eliminated in the second round of the Les Anders' tournament, losing to Northville in the 14th inning. Returning lettermen, supplemented by new recruits, formed a promising team for the 1968 season. The new coach, Mr. Ron Hellier, succeed- ing Mr. Ford, officiated at daily fielding and batting practices. With the renovation of the Franklin diamond, home games becarne a real- ity. Construction crews leveled fields, built up the mound, and repaired baselines. secs. Warming up in the bullpen, relief pitcher Gary Miner prepared to enter the game, A high fastball brushed third baseman Dennis Fisher back from the plate. .J ,kg ef me an EK A, at xi J BASEBALL. Front row: Mike Moore, Denny Hopkins, Dave Paden, Dave Tovey, Archie Leib, Mike LeBlanc, Bill Hellstein, Russ Scott, Mike Lindstrom. Back row: Mr. Ford, Stew Goetz, Doug Sutton, Brad Lyons, Jim Davies, Charlie Wiggins, Dennis Fisher, Gary Miner. :,,,f- -y r:-.f' ,Q . W we ,LLL y L T e . Q - Eiiff Q, , qt - S X I ,flu MQ. 2 -1 4. if j- TE 1 so if 1 2, Q I wiv S23 f 2 - -1' ff - iff sifif 5?- 32.5 s' sf -J af-2 - k 2 , i z E ow A 6 6 ff J . ' - f ffiizigj ' if ci A"i f? Q. S' K lm M ' if' . 'Y -ia. fi t , . - in LLL, L 2 A ., .. :QW A A K Q ,K A f J v ' T S P ,4,f!',-fi , g y 4 ' A QQ .1 Q ?l'?3'N"3 ' 5, s i . A . .'. -' ' - fi ss f 1 ' , - ' - : . . ' ' WJ-sn-,gf me J f' I , I L K . ' L 1 ' wil' " " " 1 t f ' " - M -5 .i-.ka M- ' .5 ,V ,L i 'Y I 56, w - g ,gf of A ,fm of , - 3 f J . - ' .1 5+ F rw, 1 .. gg K, x,,,W 5- H ff A N , . , AVAA f1.f,5 s. , ' ., o f - ' giis-,W'1:q:fea,gf . 'f N ,i i W Q- 1 ,. - K , -A H ,L ,.,, ., y .,, or V . . I . ,L . SPRlNG 1968 BASEBALL RESULTS Franklin Opponent 12 4 0 0 'IO 0 0 6 3 8 9 10 6 2 4 3 1 Bentley Redford Union John Glenn Garden City East Thurston North Farmington Oak Park Vllayne John Glenn Dearborn Groves Thurston North Farmington Groves Oak Park Garden City East Northville With reconstruction under way cmd with new coaching leadership, the varsity basketball team toted up '10-8, 5-5 records 'For successful results in general and league competition. With one varsity season already under their belts, most of the first-string players were ready for this year's demanding schedule. Charlie W'iggins averaged nearly 20 points per game for the season, as he set a new individual game scoring 'record with 36 points against John Glenn. The rebounding skill of Chris Lang, Doug Sutton, Jim Salter, and general ball-handling of Brad Lyons completed the experienced Senior quintet. Bench strength consisted of Juniors who had considerable experience on the floor as well in prelude to their final court season. Sneaking up behind his man, Gary Allan lupper rightj tried to knock the ball away from him. Gary was one of the bright spots on the bench most of the year. Turn- ing on the proverbial dime, Charlie Wiggins lbelowj broke down the baseline and drove in for a two-point play. Brad Lyons 120, rightj laid the ball up on the back- board as Charlie Wiggins followed in for a possible rebound. M 1969 VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD Franklin Opponent 65 Wayne 50 58 Romulus 60 78 John Glenn 72 75 Edsel Ford 55 61 Birmingham Groves 67 69 Plymouth 50 52 Bentley 54 70 Thurston 73 56 North Farmington 65 66 Redford Union 77 83 Oak Park 71 77 John Glenn 63 61 Birmingham Groves 59 85 Thurston 71 70 Fordson 92 61 North Farmington 75 68 Oak Park 73 57 District Tournament: Bentley 58 VARSITY BASKETBALL. Front row: Frank Kasparek, JeFf Kind, Jim Salter, Brad Lyons, Charlie Wiggins, Gary Allan. Second row: Coach Visser, Wayne Florida, Dave Mulkiten, Jim Porter, Doug Sutton, Chris Lang, Doug McAdam. Battling for a rebound, Chris Lang flefti fought for a ball that helped the team defeat Oak Park. TSI!! if "PN Clearing the boards, Dan Ryskamp labovel got in front of his man to grab oft another rebound. Bill Holwig lupper rightl wins the iumping contest at the be- ginning ot the game and tips the ball to a teammate. Bob Hollandsworth and Ken Kasparek raced down the court to cut oft their opponent at the baseline, Experience in league play helps Reserve courtmen in Future Not being in the position of gaining a trophy, the reserve basketball loop is used to groom players for the Varsity teams. Such was the case for this year's Franklin reserve team. Although they were not fighting for a spot in the League standings, seven ot their games ended up with three points or less separating the scores fFranklin won 4 ot the 7 gamesj. With the team made up of Sophomores for the most part, along with the playing experience they gained, both the varsity and Reserve squads can look forward to a bright l97O season. if' RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM. Front row: Roger Lang Ken Kasparek Rick Smithers, Dave Buckman, Tim Dippert, Mark Lehto Jlm Grntiin Second row: Mike Jinnett, Pan Ryskamp, Jim Craig Tony Kasella Bill Holwrg Rob Hollandsworth, Mike Hall, Coach Jim Ford RESERVE BASKETBALL RECORD Franklin Opponent 42 Wayne 44 Romulus 45 John olenni 46 Edsel Ford 36 Groves 44 Plymouth 31 Bentley 49 Thurston 56 North Farmington 35 Redford Union 51 Oak Park 55 John Glenn 39 Groves 44 A Thurston 62 Fordson 40 North Farmington 55 Oak Park 1968 CROSS COUNTRY RECORD W., 4, 5,7 A, ,, iw, ' s X rf? Franklin Opponent C 3rd Redford Union-Farmington 24 Monroe 36 Dearborn 23 John Glenn 5th Schoolcratt Invitational 18 Thurston 3rd Redford Union Invitational 30 North Farmington 2nd Wayne invitational 29 Groves 15 Willow Run 18 Oak Park 19 Stevenson 3rd League 3rd Regional Dave Collins C222 wound up in a photo finish with host Raymond Torres at the Wayne Invitational cross country meet last season. Steve Zentz frighfi might not have been praying, but he was relieved to finish the two-mile run. is 1968 CROSS COUNTRY. Front row: Gene Hughes, Bruce Jonaz, Dave Collins, Curt Steinhauer, Jack Clark, John Pelliter, Kurt Miller, Jim Kosteva, Bob Yuhasz, Bob Marzewski, John Richardson, Charles Harris. Back row: Coach Robert Holmes, Bill Moran, Adolph Cwik, Tom O'Leary, Mark Richardson, Tom Carlson, Keith Goodwin, Ken Collins, Jim Lefler, Jim McDonald, Clit? VanTuyl, Jason Kroes, Stuart Casey, Louis Lee, .lim Cutright, Steve Zentz, Dave Newcomb, Dave Buckman, Dave Zimmerman, George Vidusic. John Pelliter "stripped down" and started to prepare himself mentally for an important race as Coach Holmes gave him some moral support. hound hills, earn 3rd place league Finish Cross Country ran to a third-place tinish in 1968 Northwest Suburban League competition, but their sus- tained enthusiasm deserved a solid gold trophy. Led by Dave Collins, Jack Clark and Jim Kosteva, the team started the year slowly, deliberately, but could not make up the lost ground by the end of the season. This situation was the only tarnish on Coach Holmes' mutually satisfactory debut in Cross Country. Although Franklin will lose as much talent by grad- uation as will league leaders Groves and North Farm- ington, a crop of novice runners are moving up to chal- lenge for varsity spots as Patriot harriers. VARSITY FOOTBALL. Front Row: Dennis Lang, Dan Thorpe, Chris Little, Frank Rekieta, Rick Wight, Charles Wiggins, Bob Rogalski, Tom Olst, Mike Goldman, Harlen Ziegenhagen, Dan Ryskamp. Second Row: Bob Martzloft, Mike Slavin, Dave Yoshikawa, Gary Sica, Dave Cizmas, Jim Bernard, Jan Stool, Bill Thomas, Mark Beltchenko, Bob Santilli, Archie Leib, Pete Maclean, Charles Brooks, Frank Kasperak, Jim Hall. Third Row: Coach Walter Cosens, Bob Dietz, Doug Sutton, Pat Neal, Ken Vitali, Dick McAdam, Mike Lindstrom, Chris Lang, Coach James Ford, Jef? Kind, Jerry Sabo, Chet Waailewski, Dave Smith, Bob Hollandswort, Terry Harris, Wayne Florida, Paul Cervenan, Paul Pitt, Coach George Lovich, Eluding Bentley players, Dan Thorpe wove his way through the opposition, bringing the Franklin Patriots ever closer to a victory. 1968 VARSITY FOOTBALL RECORD Franklin opponem 36 Romulus 6 19 Redford Union 13 31 John Glenn 0 25 Groves 0 17 Thurston 13 6 North Farmington 27 35 - Oak Park 0 T4 Bentley 13 1968 RESERVE FOOTBALL RECORD Franklin opponenf 25 Redford Union 13 7 John Glenn 6 2 Groves 0 33 Thurston 6 13 North Farmington 39 7 Oak Park 26 13 Bentley 25 RESERVE FOOTBALL. Front Row: Dan Mager, Mark Lehto, Mark Higdorg, Clyde Croslen, Bob Donat, Verne Williams, Joe Tiano, Tim Dippert, Steve Floyd, Ron Genrich, Mike Kobiata, Don Opland. Second Row: Frank Ancona, Jim Griltin, Mike Jinnett, Bill Gibson, Scott Louis, Stu Klaus, Ken Kind, Terry Moss, Dennis Volchoff, Mike Font, Tim Hansz, Al Prendergast, Randy Whalen. Third Row: Coach Armand Vigna, Coach Gerry Cullin, Rick Smithers, Dave Epskamp, Jerry Hoetger, John Nemazi, Andy Kovalchik, Gary Stearns, Jim Craig, Roger Lang, John Rich, Ken Kasperak, Tim Ferry, Coach Edward Hill, Ray Rondy. Facial expressions helped relate the story about a football game. Archie Leib ileftl looks on disbelieving after a long gain by the opposition. But in a brighter moment Coach Cosens and Chris Lung labovel showed that they approved to the action that was taking place on the field at the time. Franklin gridclers explode to title, league champions again Leading the league again the Franklin Patriots football team copped the Northwest Suburban Athletic Association crown. With a 8 win and l loss overall and 4 and 1 in league. Led by Charlie Wiggins and Chris Lang, the oFFensive team exploded for a total of T83 points while the defensive team, led by Mark Beltchenko and Pat Neal, held opposing teams to only 72 points which helped the gridders reach the title. Every game was important to the players and team sup- porters but the biggest victories were the Homecoming win over Oak Park 135-OJ and the come from behind triumph, 14 to 13, over crosstown rivals Bentley. With the reinstatement of Saturday afternoon contests and the addition of maiorettes to the marching band and the im- prOVem9I'1i of the playing helped increase team support. 1 s Versatility, power-punch help topple gridiron records Versatility was the key worcl for both the Varsity and Reserve football teams. With many players going both ways, on offense as well as defense, the teams were well stocked with ambitious talent. Another key factor last season was the team spirit that Coach Lovich, Coach Cosens, and Coach Ford helped instill in the varsity players, having them receive blue stocking caps which they wore during the year. The whole varsity was also treated to a spaghetti dinner at Bob Santilli's house after the Homecoming game. Getting the future stars of the varsity ready to take the places of the leaving Seniors, the Reserve team posted a 4-win against l-loss league record. With this talent, the varsity looks forward to a winning team. Giving their encouragement to their teammates on the field, Bolo Santilli, Dennis Lang, and Chet Wasilewski cheered Vlctol'Y- Coach Lovich iabovei discussed an out-of-bounds play that the official had lust called on Franklin, After hauling in another pass from Quarter- back Charlie Wiggins, end Chris Lang iupper leftl struggled forward with a Bentley defender hanging on his back. Just getting of? a "Bomb" before he was hit was Charlie Wiggins lupper rightj, whose throwing and field leadership guided the Patriots to the league title. Twisting away from a would-be tackler, Pete MacLean ran for extra yardage. Coming through the line "Iike gangbusters" Pat Nael and Bob Hollandsworthfbelowj combined their efforts to knock off another Bentley running back. Scooting around the left end of the line, Gary Sica frightj scored another one of the more than twenty Franklin touchdowns the gridders posted last year. l Senior Bruce Cawetzka, FrankIin's lead diver, displayed skiII and grace in executing a back dive in the familiar lay-out position. SWIMMING. Front row: Bob Ashley, Don Thomas, Mike Skender, Tom Herbert, Brian Bates CCc-Captainl, Mike Burk, Bill Glenn, Jim Hanson, Don Dodds, Dave Kramer. Second row: Mike Mr:CoIIoch IManagerJ, Harry Pook, Keith Goodwin, Dave Nichols, Rick Sanders, Steve Ormond, Tom Brynn, Paul Pitt CManagerJ. Third royv: Mr. Teahan fCoachJ, Greg Hui- zenga, Chuck Champe, Bob Spendal, Mike Kotlarz, Rick Merrow, Sandy Graham, Dan Zedan, Jim Pearce, Bruce Cawetzka ICO-Captainl, Mr. Zang IAssistant Coachl. Franklin 447 55 6'I 38 51 39 32 56 58 31 37 50 57 3rd VARSITY SWIMMING RECORD Opponent Wayne 58 Garden City West 50 Garden City East 44 Thurston 67 Stevenson I 54 Edsel Ford 66 Bentley 69 Roosevelt 49 John Glenn 46 Groves 74 Plymouth 68 Redford Union 55 Garden City West 48 League Meet .Xe ,. Jim Peace and Sandy Graham pooled their efforts, hoping to sweep the field in the 400-yard freestyle. Team co-captain Brian Bates con- sistently led the field in the 'IOO-yard breast-stroke event. Daily warm-ups and practice sessions helped Sophomore tanker Mike Skender to better his time in the 100-yard butterfly event. f' U1 if S, , QA s A " Patient Swimmers keep cool in community-property pool When the swimming team finally got into the pool it made good use of the opportunity, came up for the season with head above water, a 5-7 third in League. But Franklin's varsity swimmers had to share school facilities with Churchill classes, which ran till 6 P.M., and with girls' competitive swimming and Aqualites, the synchronized swimming group which contributed its bank balance toward an electric scoreboard for the pool. lt was new-coach year, too. Larry Teahan, a Livonia native, took over head coaching duties from Mr. Tavi- dian, who moved to Churchill. Mr. Zang replaced Mr. Girard as assistant. ln their first year the new coaches accompanied Senior co-captains Brian Bates and Bruce Cawetzka to Lansing for the State Swim Finals. 1968 GOLF RECORD Franklin C Opponent - 171 Garden City East 188 377 Garden City West 369 171 Thurston--North Farmington 168-172 231 Redford Union y 209 169 edde f Edgy Fora 7 194 160 Wayne 183 1165 'iNortl:1LFarmington-Oak Park 1721-170 166 John Glenn 183 N 178 ff. Dearborn -11 N 161 171 Oak Park--Groves 161-160 , 178 Nqrjthvilleyg 1 161 1 John Glenn 159 169 ,bi hurston--Groves 166-163 Franklin M o an m o o- o 3 o Q 0 0 1968 TENNIS RECORD John Glenn Groves Romulus Thurston North Farmington Oak Pork John Glenn 1 Bentley Groves C Thvfskm C North Farmington Oak Park Opponent 6 7M 4 6 . 7b 7M 7M . 4 - 75 7M 7M 712 TENNIS. Back row: Don Gruber, Dan Michelson, Bruce Hoerste, Ray Lenze, Rick Miller, Don Hollinger, Randy Foliu, Tom Yonish, Mr. Graves. Front row: Bob Schilling, Ken P n Eric Barr, Bob Frendewey, Ted Said, Gary Crandall, Tim Keating, Fred Pushies fmunagerl. GOLF. Front row: Mitch Montville, Joe Gomez, Ron Crisp, Mike Goldman, Mike Quinn. Back row: Mr. Visser, John Miltz, Tom Cash, Wally Wolfe, Tom Olst, Jim Peach. His "Spaulding Special" poised, Senior golfer Ron Crisp wound up to drive down the fairway. Ted Said leaped high to return his opponent's smash, hoping to gain another point toward victory. Golf drives into greens, Tennis set swings into spring Warm weather of spring brought tennis players and golfers out of hibernation and onto their respective courts and greens. Swings were practiced until perfected, and finally put into use on the proving grounds where one swing could make or break a match. Golfers were anything but green, scores dropped as quickly as the temperature rose. A 5-5 dual meet record along with Chris Roy being named All Conference topped the season. Finishing fourth in league competition added incentive to returning lettermen for the 1969 season. Tennis proved not to be such a profitable sport in the win-loss column. There is not much to glamorize about a 0-ll season, but the team did have fond mem- ories of coming close to beating crosstown rival Bentley. Cindermen race to record: best in schools history Best track season ever! That's what the 'I968 team vaulted to, finishing second to Groves in competition within the Northwest Suburban Activities League. New school records were set by Rob Kelsey fwho has since movecll in the two-mile run, Bruce DeBaldo, pole vault, Bob Rogalski, long iump, Andy Charniga, shot put. The mile relay team tied the school record. Almost intact, the mile-relay team may set a new record in T969. Bob Rogalski will be back, along with three dozen or so other track and field talents. 'I968 TRACK TEAM. Front row: Dave Newcombe, Bob Cenzer, Kurt Miller, Jim McDonald, Russ O'Sullivan, John Appicelli, Buddy Hallet, Ron Troia, Paul Lucas, Bruce DeBaldo, Andy Charniga, Bob Rogalski, Manager Bob Yuhasz. Second row: Mark Beltchenko, Mark Bonello, Blair Wick- man, Steve Zentz, Dave Collins, Bruce Cawetzko, Pete Maclean, Mark Richardson, John Pelliter, Jim Ridley, Curt Steinhauer, Rob Kelsey, Wayne Florida, Manager Paul Pitt. Third row: Coach Robert Holmes, Mike Varani, Paul Wienczak, Dave Richardson, Jim Kosteva, Ken Abel, Pat Nael, Bob Deitz, Chris Lang, Ken Vitale, Tom Ebersole, Jeff Kind, Mike Lissandrello, Gary Medland, Charlie Brooks, Bob Feskorn, John Richard- son, Mike Mclntyre, Ed Muscat, Tom O'Leary, Coach Dave Junke, 12' ie 'BK . it si Tom O'Leary "got on it" in the half-mile run, showing the determina tion and drive that made him an outstanding reserve prospect. s-c , . 5 x x 1 - 1 into the home stretch, Ken Abel closed the gap between himself and John Pelliter, no opponent could mar their 'I-2 finish in the mile. Straining every muscle, .lunior Bob Rogalski reached forward to gain every inch that he could get. His determination and great effort helped him reach a new school record in the long lump last year. Bob Dietz, with his continually improving style, lofted himself over the crossbar, His consistency lifted him to a third place NWSAA finish in 1968. Bob looks like the one to beat this year, too, 'ibaa timer iiiiscoziiiti .. , ' 3rd Redford Union-Edsel Ford 3r ' ' ' Romulus ' dig ,,,, ,Farmington-Qardesn'V City,West 53s r, , , s,s, s b,,, , N565 , 42 Groves 76 csrl 82 l John Glenn p36 l 67 y Thurston i ,.5'l 61 80 North Farmington , 38 m 'I Oth .hsys ,Schafer ,Invitational l y,,, 4, 5 lGarden City East 48 Oak Park 31 wh it Regional 2nd League Meet if sv 1Sies,.e ,wgr-lun M .,...,.w ,W . ...f 3, , V, rv N . ' sn ff y 5 lr" gy., H N an r-'ff' 5' ,M 4, A, , us 5: a"k,a. if x s Q 1 ' ' AOL' Q? RMP r H Q Qs Sophomore Bruce Geier got behind mat-mate and helped to defeat him. Bruce grappled his way to league, regional, state honors. VARSITY WRESTLING. Front row: Forrest Ault, Doug Lockey, Sam Epley, Steve Henderson, Bruce Geier, Patrick Miller. Second row: Dennis Lang, Joe Pennebaker, Dave Cizmas, Coach Kokenakes, Frank Relcieta, Chuck Brincat, Gary Stearns. WRESTLING RECORD Varsity Reserve VUYSWY Resewe 'I6 15 Wayne 34 35 'I4 'I4 Dearborn 35 34 12th East Invitational 62 Northville 66 'I9 8 Garden City East 26 6 26 28 Thurston 24 11 'lst Quadrangular Meet-Stevenson 27 3 Farmington 23 28 7th West I Invitational 33 42 Oak Park 20 15 'I5 T3 .lohn Glenn 25 29 28 30 Southfield 21 21 38 21 Groves 3 26 14 ll Redford Union 30 35 2nd League RESERVE WRESTLING. Front row: Rob Roukolainen, Tim Keating, Craig Schuman, Larry Lee, Rob Leggat. Second row: Richard Haddell, Steven Watt, Paul Wright, Coach Hellier, Phil Peters, Paul Zabawa, Clyde Crosslin. lX"f?7""iws-... omni econd place in league crowns persistent Wrestlers Highlighting the wrestling season was Sophomore Bruce Geier's fourth place finish in the State Meet in 95 pound weight class. Such a record for a Sophomore is phenomenal, two more years of fine wrestling are promised. Senior Frank Rekieta also qualified for State. One of the happier moments came when Franklin grapplers proved city superiority by defeating Stevenson and Bentley in a quadrangular meet with Waterford. Franklin promises to be a Northwest-Suburban power- house for years to come as many lettermen return. This year's second place League finish offered a goal, Victorious again, Forrest Ault was congratulated by Steve Watt and Robb Leggat as he walked oft the mat. Varsity wrestlers watched as one of their number battled it out with his opponent. The whole team did an about-face this year and took second place in League. Larry Lee labovej rolled back on his foe in hopes of pinning him. Reach! ing through to grab a leg, Doug Lackey tbelowj outmatched his North Farmington rival. Coach Kokenakes talked to Varsity wrestlers Frank Rekieta, a State Meet competitor forftwo years. Frank was one of the outstanding wrestlers in the area as well as in League. His quality, plus that of the other varsity wrestlers, helped the team have one of the best seasons in the history of Franklin competition. , fi -i .... 1 RESERVE CHEERLEADERS. QFront to backj. Left: Linda Hendricks, Sue Taormina, Joanne Dommer. Center: Diane DeSanto, Cheryl Bussart. Right: Elaine Nagano, Kathy Rogan, Ann Pringle. Cathy Roth ileftj expressed Junior Patriot power. Cheerleaders cry for 'Victory' that Follows them everywhere! Jogging anyone? Early morning summer practices tound eight drowsy but enthusiastic girls running laps, stretching limbs, and pulling muscles in the chilly August morning dark- ness. All this was iust in order to be in shape when the football season started a few weeks later. During brief rest periods they wondered anxiously about the arrival of their new sponsor. Summer ended, cheers perfected, muscles healed, squad and sponsor Mrs. Dolores Hepler became readily acquainted. Mrs. Hepler inspired innovative pep assemblies in the lecture theater, locker signs, run-throughs, new yells, and use of a mini-tramp. This was combined with Franklin tradition to pro- duce more demanding cheerleader commitment. Efforts were rewarded with student enthusiasm and faculty support. While Barb Pehrson, Varsity alternate, demonstrated traditional cheering style, Captain Mary Lou Conrow irightl practiced a different method of crowd appeal, Caroi Opland fopposife pagel had no need for a megaphone when assisted by Maura Taormina, Cathy Roih, Barb Pehr- son, Pat Marsh, Kathy Pegg, Mary lou Conrow, and Jill Welch, Hours of prac- ticed precision Cbeiowl vanished when anoiher fouchdown demanded a spon- taneous rendiiion of the fight song. in 1' x . R 1 5' I A i 45 in Q X are 4-A-Q W -81113 . 3' K. X ewan'-""' S' ' ME.. A. ..,,,.+- " usfsi ,g-ip' Q. GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL. Front row: Linda Crosby, Barb Mead, Janine Micallef CCaptainJ, Sue Gierman, Diane Geiger. Second row: Miss Hood lAssisfant coachD, Liz Hibsky, Linda Harper, Karen Blackney, Pat Hackett. ws GIRLS RESERVE BASKETBALL. Front row: Marianne Feister, Elaine Nagano, Lisa Denison lCaptainJ, Cathy Hughes, Brenna Manuel, lCo-Captainl, Margaret Zedan. Second row: Miss Hood CAssistant coachb, Linda Doran, Judy Jay, Denise Slavin, Carol Tresik, Kathy Gientke, Mary Maloziec. Defensive tactics of Cathy Hughes and Margaret Zedan didn't prove successful as Sue Gierman scored a field goal for her team. Daily practice work-outs kept swimmers in shape for weekly meets. Pat Tughan displayed control and prowess in diving grace as she did a back .. ,. layout that was hard to beat in competition. , llkn I l , els M pk ,r., 1, GIRLS SWIMMING. Front row: Kathy Ragan, Sally Gribble, Pat Tughan Leslie Townsend, Diane Balio, Jan Watkins, Linda Crosby, Nancy Barr, Diane DeSanta, Sharon Garbutt. Second row: Daryl Carlson, Carol Tresik, Audrey Glinski, Lenny Echout, Cathy Hughes, Rhonda Phillips, Dawn Mueller, Cheryl McGill, Sandy Gierman, Lynne Eaton. Third row: Mrs. Go Archer, J od Cadviserb, Leslie Rusch, Pam Gorman, Linda Curtis, Karrell oanne Madigan, Judy Mishier, Marianne Feister, Debbie Gordon, Jan Davies, Annette Bordeau, Sue Phillips. Fourth row: Nancy Eaton, Debbie Day, Karen Spehar, Maribeth Gientke, Ann Billing, Pat Buckman, cindy c ardinal, Judy Cross, Lynn Kremer. WWW Sf? I I ' . I I Girls' competitive sports splash dribble to exciting season For the second year, girls invaded the formerly masculine world of varsity sports. Letter-winning swim- mers and basketball players shared limited facilities with Churchill gym classes as well as Franklin athletes. 'lfhe girls' swimming team, under the capable super- vision of Mrs. Good, splashed through another successful season. An over-all record of 10-3 was compiled entirely at away meets. In a post-season intra-squad meet, Sen- iors narrowly defeated their underclass rivals. Less fortunate than their swimming counterparts, the basketball team was unable to chalk up a win. Coach Miss Wares has hopes for a more successful 1970 season. I Junior Prom night saw Bill Holwig ond Sophomores Terri Wollens, Kathy Furlong chatting with their gracious hosts. A x f in gs fy? wr' Sophomores, Juniors create explosive underclass combination oph leadership stirs up tantalizing first-year Row One: JeFf Adams, Randy Adams, Rick Adams, Steve Alger, Brian Allport, Frank Ancona, Joan Anderson. Row Two: Lorne Anderson, Vicki Anderson, Mark An- drews, Gary Antrobius, Karrell Archer, Bill Armstrong, Gloria Arnett, Row Three: Geoffrey Arnold, Paul Arnold, Bob Ashley, Lynn Atkinson, Robin Baigrie, Debbie Baker, Debbie Barretta. Row Four: Jett Barsamian, Carol Barton, Debbie Bassett, Sue Battaglia, Sue Bauer, Bob Baum, John Beale. Row Five: Tom Beard, Chuck Beaumont, Cathy Becker, Evie Bedford, Louis Bedient, Yvonne Belanger, Laurie Benedict. Row Six: Diane Berry, Susan Bess, Dan Bethuy, Ann Billing, Keith Bingham, John Birch, Judy Birnhart, Row Seven: Brad Blackwell, John Blackwell, John Blaies, Bill Blank, Laura Bockelman, Dave Bodine, Debbie Bogart. Row Eight: Holly Bordeau, Kim Borregard, Kathy Boss, Gill Boulet, Denise Braun, Sue Bristow, Janice Brown. SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL. Front row: Paula Winkler, Debbie Irving, Joanne Madigan, Carol Tresik, Judy Dommer, Suzie Gierman, Lori Dougherty. Second row: Linda DiPiazza, Mary Kay McGreevy, Kathy Davisson, Lynne Eaton, Jeff Wright, Marianne Feister fTreasurerD, Sandy Gierman CPresidentJ. Third row: Karen Kopeikin, Denise Slavin fSecretaryl, Dave Gauthier CVice Pres.J, Ann Billing, Kathy Boss, Carol Roberts, Jan Yfleilll Davie.. .Q ,. L i' . 1 L --v,. -5 fs: P if if s ., ws. is it 'S I s X s s K . .. re ,va a, -e is Gif A JF 'Riff ra if . -eg, gs, 5 i Y s ug as J P , ,.. , X -5 .,.. --,, i, Q9 ss haw . Qu as ut is E ,::.. , gi V 'fe ,. ' 3 A . .. - .13 g ,. sa My i Q f A ,. sm . ig s rl J A is r 'B .. 3 . S it : E W- 5 r .xy 'f" 5 i L," . .5 ,f I -ft? 5. . fs -5 If 0 ii" f .- -...: E 345: "'- - 4 .f f Row One: Linda Brown, Peggie Brown, Bob Bruner, Ann Bruny, Steve Brzys, Patty Buck, Dave Buckman. Row Two: Jack Bumgardner, Sharon Bunning, Mike Burk, Don Burniac, Jim Bushaw, Cheryl Bussart, Bart Byrd. Row Three: Gary Byrd, Don Byrnes, Ed Byrnes, Val Cadeau, Bill Cairo, Dan Caldwell, Tom Caldwell. s J M l ,,, ti f K- 'W 1 -J W ' ' we gr ,KA S I . ir - r .. ' r W'-'L in 5 . K fi ii l S . ieee j' :' QQ 'Q . im, " 7 .s . .fsgm f we " V '1.:-iff , by B ,sg ,,., , , r..,. . ri s , 1 X la, M an .33 -v in .3 -,,, . :-,, ' , ,q .,si-., . . ,X ,:. J J eq . A 1 Row One: Doug Courtney, Verna Cowan, John Cox, Sheryl Cox, Jim Craig, Ernest Crain, Dale Crandell. Row Two: Linda Crites, Clyde Crosslin, Bob Crumb, Jeff Cullen, Geraldine Curran, Linda Currie, Jim Cutright. Row Three: Adolph Cwik, Thomas Czarny, Dianne Czeg- ledi, Forrest Dahl, Michael Daigneau, Paul Damminga, Dina Dattilio. fs, 3 B iii T T43 ii C Qs" X 'v A f A gf M. k ,, ,V - X is - my "Q 'X ' . 'Tiff' . K' " ,Ii ' -x, .. f 3 2 .H ee xy Q ai ,V , l - -t -, gi of S Y V - I L as il, J ,ya F . , ' S 1 I hiwgjg! L-Q22 I , It J, QR: 1. ,f on .k Q. . 'Ke pf? Row One: Debra Calzadillas, Dale Campbell, Greg Carey, Daryl Carlson, Thomas Carlson, Mark Carucci, Dave Cary. Row Two: Stuart Casey, David Cassar, Ann Cassidy, Pennie Cawetzka, Susan Cervenan, Beth Chaldekas, Jacke Chapin. Row Three: Eugene Cheatham, Gail Cheney, Debra Chin, Barb Clark, Linda Clark, Mike Clark, Jim Clisch. Row Four: Steve Coates, Denise Coburn, Chris Cole, Ken Collins, Mark Comerford, Rick Confer, Ralph Congdon. Row Five: Nancy Connelly, Pat Cooke, Ruth Cooley, Gary Cooper, Freida Corletto, Dennis Corte, Maureen Cosgrove. - Eg lsti Q , : as e B s ,s ..,:. l S . s T I Qgn I H ,V E , T ' - 5 -.ig .T . ' Row One: Linda Daves, Janet Davies, Carole Davis, N 5.5, ' .. .. R .A Kathy Davisson, Emilie Dawe, Debbie Dawson, Deb- meh Day. tri? ft . ,.,. A , . r . X, N L N K A s. .. A Row Two: Dorothy Day, Michael Day, Chris DeGrazla, . r .Q kk Y Kerry DeLong, Ann Debien, Barb Deecller, Joy Deedler. ix i f g,y iS, ii'i T- f :"' .J 1 I .r - Row Three: Steven Delaguard, Peggy Delaney, Judy s I - -E' 'i f ., ,4 4 K Q - Demers, Lisa Denison, Lora DiDomenico, Linda Di- Q A :Qi Piazza, John Diel. it . 'L - 'Q -. sf r A Row Four: Ray Dinser, Tim Dippert, David Dobson, Don- K Q , , -j' old Dodds, Judy Dommer, Bob Donat, Barbara Done- ' W an f ag: y . hue F. ...,, CXX F , .I wiv ig- ' 5 4 ' : Q ' 1 "fri -,I --'ff ' - t X- . sir"-f"'rg:,:1,-N15 1. fift., Ls-, I f 2: -1 fn ..r.:fs,:Qk:s'.f.: t Row Five: Kathy Donovan, Michael Donovan, Linda N s A J Doran, Gerald Dortenzio, Lori Dougherty, Robert W' ' T' if an Dougherty, James Drury. g ift: K t J' K f l ' .4 49? K A i f: I f. - Row One: Debra Dubovik, Donald Dudenhoefer, Linda I .gi g '-l"3gf:i.3 i n Dyke, Lynne Eaton, Terri Edelmayer, Michael Eilber, ii . . A wc. .tes 5: , .I , I Diane Emmicki J fu ' b ., n in Qu Row Two: David Epskamp, Paul Ericson, Debra Evaskus, , it is K A Robert Evenden, Bruce Faber, John Farrow, Gary ,::- f ,QE it I . -ill it Fedosky, ,,. f,,,,. f, U . Raw One: Mariann Feister, Mark Felice, Marjorie Fen- :Q :f. "::,sfE: 1 J' f vH':"'lf 'YN' - . - I , - 5 r -- ' som, Pat Ferguson, William Ferguson, Linda Fernan- 'J 'Y' V J ' dez, Janine Ferris. ' L if Li EQ it -"- W : . - 41 f"Q,k.lg kk Row Two: Timothy Ferry, David Fielder, Marshal Finkel- 132 , ' T' it Mi l -' stine, Ann Fisk, Debbie Fite, Carol Fixler, Bob Fleming, fg d fi '1"i , - 5 ' ,QW . Row Three: Mark Flora, Steven Floyd, Pat Fogarty, 5. A Christine Folsom, Mike Font, Jr., Diane Forest, Chris- - -frm : . . I JDWJ . ... 'ine MH- 1.s.s? . :fs of 2 f Ni X 5 f f J ' is ,gg -, .. me 2, x AN I J H- E . Greg Forystek, Cathie Fot Row Four: James Fortune, ' C l Frantz, Dan Frantz, Jackie Fraser Debbie Frank, aro iu W fi , xajjf ' sv. A W a Hg rf H, ' .44 '4': ar r f- X , si F. :lm 1, r was all - ai My 'yi' , Q, I 'nw ' :V A 1'- ty aa , J x I x ,.,,,:L 3, ' , ' K s, 4 .-IGS. a -. :,,, nf R. .W 'J y wi r --SI fm as , 0 X ,ix , -5 01:5 k l i A f all g. . 1' iixgw ik arg N we 'Q fi ,. cs jf- .if 'X 1 QT 5? V ssss na 4 ' h 537' Y' Y . fix ,, , 1. In - fee ,IX .gcgvji x :Y f ffl? ' Q' QA.. j - I as - z 'X f 'ut . , ADW, -1 H fees? 5, F ft D: rw' an -3 .1 fa 2? we 4. V, X7 E 'rr . we 3, fe .: .. .Tw ,sg 'nr' . rirs 3 f J f K Row One: Don Frayer, Marc Freuchtel, Frederic Fritz, Mary Fron, James Frusti, Mark Fry, Pam Frye. Row Two: Linda Fuller, Debbie Funderburk, Kathy Fur- long, Ellen Fusik, Richard Gafford, Richard Gage, Lorraine Gaikowski. Row Three: Mary Gallagher, Bonnie Galoch, Dennis GUNUUQG, Sharon Garbutt, Evelyn Gardella, Sally Gardella, Vilene Garr. Row Four: Glenn Gartz, David Gauthier, Roger Geeting, Bruce Geier, Sharleen Geranen, Bob Gibki, Kathy Gientke. Row Five: Sandra Gierman, Susan Gierman, Karen Gil- bert, Paul Giordano, James Giovanni, Dennis Girar- din, Richard Glaspie. Row Six: William Glenn, Debbie Glise, James Glutting, Frederic Gnadt, Bob Golota, Olen Good, Theresa Goodall. Row Seven: Janet Goodykoontz, Debra Gordon, Kathy Gordon, Sandra Gorecki, Pam Gorman, Kathleen Graf, Susan Grant. Row Eight: Patricia Greenwood, Cathy Gress, Lynn Grey, Ginny Gribble, James Griftin, Randy Griffith, John Grills. l ophomores enter Franklin, make change smoothly Looking ahead, Sophomores Deborah Kuehn and Gabriel Haider foresaw three eventful years waiting at their new home, Franklin High. Row One: Kenneth Gronczewski, America Gross, Terri Gund ' ' erson, Patricia Gunn, Janet Gunter, Gail Guy, Nancy Gwizdala. Row Two: Gabriel Haider, Jim Haley, Debbie Hall, Stephen Halvar , M k H d Hanson. y ar an zlik, Mike Hansen, James Row Three: Jerel Hanson, Tim Hansz, Janice Hanzek, Charles Harris, Ralph Harrison, Bonnie Hart, Colette Hart. Row Four: Norman Hatfield, Sandra Hawks, Sandra Hawkins, Suzanne H ' Heaton, Steve Hench. ayes, Claudia Haynes, William 'i"' f gli ,:l- RQSJEE i-:si ,I ' , r 'V -'-f iisii: ll .Q bidi ' . ,, J i s t 3,15 H Q J U ,r.7 J ,, K W g ,. S' ,si it J sksgf Row One: Gregory Huizenga, Andrea Humphries, Susan Hunt, Gary Huntley, Dan Hutchinson, Jerry Hutton, John Huzar. Row Two: Tom Hymes, James Hynes, Debbie Irving, Linda lsler, John Ivans, Diane Jacques, Sam JatTe. Row Three: Deb Jahnke, Pam James, Judy Jay, Bill Jerden, Mike Jinnett, Tony Jiskra, Debbie Johnson, Row Four: Jeff Johnson, Kurt Johnston, Julie Jonassen, Bruce Jonasz, Donna Jones, Jeff Jones, Denise Jordan, -45: X X' ve.. - se 'ie i'-i ' . . V 'J figs! my 2, R A ,K B A A ew if me . ' : : t : 1- we M ,i . fig, - if QQ , - :iz n fs ear .. . a s ,V K- - Y xkkk K ' K V: f l , fi ' , nge i, 'Q 4. A ,,9,, ,51 , 1 W :A ' ,ffl . c. ss: s ' . , : . i? s . - - gf 5 as f fr- s if s c rs- H ,eggs 1 .... J i Q. -A sf ,aww K--ey? :Y , Q-wie Q, Q - 1 . If " . : rf fbias: . M: ig: : ,,., ,ce ,- Q-, s we g it E5 , :.,:: , if t ,, " M ,F Qi' : f : . , 5 V ' MF .- 1, 'JK gs- I . il f .S v r' in , vii I' sv " Wi s -2 - J i lf f .. ., y 9 X 'zu' ss W ' f f . mv, .,,. N .. X , 5 be 15 . . 1 's ,E xx Q K e fit "':- 2 of 'X is 'Ce Row One: Linda Hendricks, John Hermann, Kate Hermes m . . eyer, Archie Hewett, Mark Hlgdon, Frank Higgins Ken Hilving. Row Two: Lonnie Hitchcock, Kathl H F , een o er, Diane Hoff Robert Hollandsworth, Patricia Holman, Laura Holm- berg, Kathy Hooper. Row Three: Maureen Hopkins, Janette Hopp Willia , rn House, Scott Houston, David Howell, Cathy Hughes, Eugene Hughes. Q A i-i - in .. :,: . J , 7 e J 'A will X 12" i' . .WXY . K x ,srs " : ,fr t f meh . . , , K W aee. 1 . K X Q Nj N . :V : if X ii i : ' s y 1 i K ,.,A t seg ,z ee iff:eXQ Rx 3 f-:.k r i'l 'Q K 2 - as We t or to Q l lm of -A is L, K T N5 H is 3. we F 1 fb! ah s- W.. 5 ,,s , .Jn 'rr' P S' sv I .f . t HB , Ci fri , M., Ms Q? 3' Q f 1 4 - 1 f .. ,ff 4 my ' 2 ft L I, ' 1 ste m K 'K rrr. T is 1" , mm qq b Q N 1 g V ia' K Q 0 . as "' L' :fi 3 4 1,9 3 H ce? e it "' it s A- , ' sg 2 0 'Q Q in . sit Q . ,Ja 'E ,W .44 U ti,-4' S, 'nfs J . 31 4 1 J 2 -." , J 6 r X' . .gil 'iff Qfvsiis s fy f' , '? W l ex L Li A A X M 1 Y S i K ' I Q 'S N: . H .1 Ajit fur. it 5 4 ,. - . 1 57.232 6 ' sf, BAL Eliza l ai ..-,Vx 'N opliomores donate services, exemplify Patriot spirit Volunteering her tree time to work in the Attendance Office, Soph Gail Cheney did clerical tasks while she earned honor points. :S Is XX , .te s Ji 4. jfff if 1 x 9 51:32 .. --it R. SEN? is , .-if 'L i fn 'Wi ,Aj ...gt E. V V 'B fi? ff N, , Row One: Karen Juengel, Joyce Juntunen, Tony Kaseta, Jackie Kaske, Ken Kasparek, Bonnie Katalenic, Roxana Kay. Row Two: Fran Kean, Dennis Keene, Karen Kelm, Sue Keough, Janie Kerwin, Debbie Keywortl-i, Debbie Kiefer. Row Three: Don Kilpela, John Kimpton, Ken Kind, John King, Sally Kinyon, Terri Kirlanoff, John Kitzmiller. Row Four: Steward Klaus, Karen Kleban, Kathy Klyberg, Vicki Knieia, Barbara Knight, Steve Knight, Karen Knudsen, Row Five: Keith Kolodziei, Karen Kopeikin, John Kopy, Sid Korvun, Diane Kotlarz, Ken Kovala, Andy Kovalf chik. Row Six: Dave Kramer, Jason Kroes, Kathy Kroll, Karen Krueger, Debbie Kuehn, Judy Kuzmitz, Rick LaClair. Row Seven: Marsha Lamond, Greg LaVier, Lois Lane, Roger Lang, Lyndal Last, Dawn Law, Signe Lawson. Row Eight: Kent Lecureux, Barb Lee, Barry Lee, Cheryl Lee, Larry Lee, Jim Lefler, Joe Lefier. 'X .7 1- iw- 3" s ,sm . tw' ,:-. 7 L . ' ,., 3 . ,, ,A s Ya NW Q T7 -7 , ,K 5 Q i 1' 5 sg -fi? -. . s " " . 3 .X , ii ji? in . A . sg - .L me .. X ,.. ..' .,. .1 5. .f : I . , .r X 'Y ophs devote time to studies, use tree mods wisely Working on an Electronics I proiect, Sophomores Jim Johnson, Dave Buck- man John Herman, and Greg Forystek received helpful advice from instructor Mr Lively, who was usually available at the lab. FX, .. X H wi. ifiwfn -af nk. 'A SPP 3 J J.: c .. 9 il M, as K 'W . M. la. 1 ' y ,a- rc : ...vs 11 fecyk. 4 . si' :if I l , J ... Row One: Robb Leggat, Mark Lehto, Anne Lenze, Carol Lescoe, Barb Leslie, Diane Lewan, Debby Lewis. Row Two: Susan Lewis, Cheryl Liddell, Paula Lilligren, Debbie Linville, David Livesay, William Lloyd, Carol Locke. Row Three: William Logan, Craig Loruss, Scott Louis, Kenneth Luch, Dennis Lundsten, Larry Lusk, Terry Maas. Row Four: Kenneth Mac, lain MacDonald, Tom MacTag- gart, Susan Maclei, Joanne Madigan, Dan Mager, Larry Mahar. Row Five: Patrick Maher, Jim Mainprize, Pam Maitland, Rick Maitland, Terry Makinen, Paula Makowski, Coin- nie Malaniak. Row Six: Lorri Malaniak, Tula Mallos, Greg Maloney, Mary Maloziec, Ron Manning, Brenna Manuel, Debby Marcum. Row Seven: Vahneeg Marderosian, Denise Marley, Diane Marsh, Debby Marsh, Thomas Marshall, Chris Martin, Janice Martin. Row Eight: Leonard Martin, Richard Martin, Michele Martyniak, Roy Marvel, Victor Mashni, Sherry Mason, Geralyn Mattina. Row One: Sharon Matweychek, Beverly Maurus, Linda Maynard, Beverly Mayo, Vincent Mazuro, Bea Mc- Carthy, Sue McCormick. Row Two: Debbie McCoy, Gary McDonald, Dennis Mc- D-X 3. -J' 5: X- F' 1 Fadclen, Cheryl McGill, Marianne McGowan, Mary Kay McGreevy, Laura Mclnteer, Row Three: Linda McKerracher, Micky McKinney, Bob McNeilly, Rick Medlen, Monica Mehney, Marcia Mel- nik, Michael Meloche. n X .I 4 L?- 'f" z: .5 J l if 'F f e ,. Ak . . ,Y l X 1 J H .- 19 X if 'iff H, 42, f? L 1' ' it V. -em X t J P ' t f- es i . C su' . " A -f.,'1sQ1 -.1 lf ty: tif.. S A , M a ' X X f H ,E ' fe 5' -.' 1 f I leur. -dw ' 'I , Ii. " J V, L .. I j, ef' 1, gf Row One: Bill O'Connell, Eileen O'Connor, Steve O'Grady, Tom O'Malley, Skip O'Reilly, Dale Oker- bolm, Susan Oleson. Row Two: Bernard Oleszkowicz, Sue Olszewski, Pat Oliverio, Don Opland, Jim Osters, Jeanette Page, Bill Palmer. Row Three: Jim Palmer, Joanne Palombo, Tom Pannuto, Kathy Paradowicz, Al Parkinson, Ann Parkinson, Kim Parzuchowski. M52 4 5 gf :QP .3 1 X up ff f' ' "T : Wits? -1 -'F vs 16,5 my '5 iff, 7' F ig. f'f.'3fl3i'2?'1 Q .. L 1 2. Q. .1 ,A sie. ,Y 542: 'Fl k f 2 K F A: .Qc ' 'S 1 iz wi? V :-ff .. ,ff- V' N H , P qzbb S, l , V' S1 is f s : J i l se-nu i 1 Row One: Drew Mill, Bill Miller, Lynn Miller, Patrick Miller, Roger Miller, Ann Mimnaugh, Judy Mishler. Row Two: Gary Missale, Cathy Mitchell, linda Mitchell, Joe Monge, Marilou Monks, Darreld Moore, David Moore. Row Three: Pat Moore, Connie Moorhead, Bill Moran, Sue Morosky, Barb Morterud, Dorothy Mosier, Dawn Mueller. Row Four: Jill Mulcrone, Cathy Munz, Mike Murphy, Elaine Nagano, Linda Nelson, Rod Nelson, Lois New. Row Five: Cathy Newman, Jim Newton, Norma Nicholls, Ronald Nisun, Bob Nixon, Norm Noomie, Dennis Novak. -f-1. ' c+ '.:. :f: , N. 'ceo Mi J " ' J fi . ' it T 5':f22ii f , . K K ...- - 52.55 ei? be :'f' N 1 K , - K Ai! I ophomores make up, mask, actors gain new identity Cathy Shaughnessy used her cosmetic knowehow to make up Chris Burgess for his part in the musical, How to Succeed in Business. is was 'A -4 Q t x 5 ... H IHA 4 . .. P L if S Z if P 3-A Li K L ?,' "Q , : 'i"' " X iii: H ' 'W ' 'Clif -xi 1 '31 m,g:lEf -- -Lfffifli - isss - A R J W K 'rx F 3 l : A 1 ll sf' 'M km QFYN- , K ..,i Q R silica ii 3+ ff: . , in i 9 .- . , S , i i 41 ' s- k AM 4 L . t L I, ,.,: , P K j ' i"Vs, 3 9 'qv .- is Q S A ics S , so J A E ik in ' A' ai -- V f-PQ' f rs . , gf! Mizz, -,'i'. ' If l 3 'Qt- f5sf.'i -- Row one: R071 P9GfC9, Debby Pearse, Chris Pelchaf Dennis Pemmitt, Rick Penn, Joe Pennebaker, Pam Pennington. Row Two: Steve Pepple, Betteann Petrat, Jackie Phillips, Dave Pieknik, Paulette Pieknik, Ellen Pitt, Kathy Plant. Row Three: Roger Plue, Jerry Pokryfki, Steve Polcyn, Harry Poole, Julie Pop, Barb Powell, Gerry Powell. Row Four: AI Prendergast, Terry Prince, Ann Pringle, Barb Purol, Denise Racicot, Steve RadionoFF, Mike Rae. Row Five: Shirley Rae, David Ransom, Tim Rapp, Mark Rappley, Mike Raschke, Thomas Ray, Ann Razgunos. Row Six: Mike Redovtey, Linda Redilla, Mike Reeber, Arnold Remer, John Rich, Brian Richards, Linda Rick- ard. Row Seven: Jim Riehl, Carol Roberts, Bob Rodriguez, Mary Ellen Rogacki, Roxanne Rogers, Sharon Rogers, Ray Rondy. Row Eight: Nancy Roney, Kathy Rooke, Robert Rose, Susan Rosinski, Lucy Ross, Robert Ross, Gary Rotter. 1 1 1 'S Ly ,mr , tx f G. . m3 . 51, I i ' - I -": ,Exif 5 32 inf' , 1 1 Q I V, , .ff if a . Row One: Linda Schebel, Barb Scheerer, lrene Schiller, Cynthia Schoch, Fred Schram, Randy Scrace, Pat Secord, Row Two: Greg Seguin, Donna Seigneurie, Bob Selix, Carole Selke, Cathy Shaughnessy, Dave Shaw, Lynn Shekell. Row Three: Anita Shiplett, Scott Siegfried, Joe Sikes, Mark Silver, Mollie Simmons, Ken Sinclair, Mike Skender. Row Four: Jeanne Slate, Denise Slavin, Al Sledz, Dave Smith, Debbie Smith, Dennis Smith, Gwen Smith. Row Five: Marguette Smith, Mike Smith, Molly Smith, Phil Smith, Rick Smither, Lynne Sobeck, Armas Soorus. Row Six: Paul Sopsich, Sue Sova, Sue Spanich, Sheila Spencer, Barb Spendal, Roger St. Onge, Dennis St. Pierre. fe ....-. -fe? Vyez L :Q . . U 00- :lik A ' V I r i'Wi:f ff l J ffffl' W , E' . -'ss , 1 if "'f"' 4 1 Row Seven: Dave Stackpoole, Ray Staley, Raenetta Stan- china, Julie Stanley, Dave Stave, Gary Stearns, Pat f J D Mlgify Stevens. - ' Xie f ' PV- 2 5' 'i fi Y .L 1 f :Ji 'Sf if L Q 1.2.2 , J I ' 1 f l y X .sr ' fi 1 - 1,42 l lg' it fi, Ig i--i f - . ,. j K' eff " new S :jf 'J . if 1 f :fy , J ' H ' Row One: Russeau, Saelzer. Row Two: Valerie Saplis. -R M, si ,ns '4 nga? x . JET 1 ,wary Dawn Rottermond, Barbara Rozanski, Rick Sue Ryan, Sharon Sabat, Pam Sabdo, Mary Brian Salin, Jamie Salisbury, Ray Sammons, Sandell, Debbie Sands, l.in Sanford, Mary ng lr'-' 3 1 1: sf-Y 1 M i, . iii er. ,. I iwyif . Y x , if f f 1' f Q M Q. . il . if v.. A sf 6 a l ..t'..'in if ...JK . 'Y S,-Q r + , ZEY f i'i' . A 555.-'ig - f .- . A Q . -- we f kg 1 s 1 'wr er' 4 . .Tia e,,. wr. o 2 wx I , A-g"1,i1 1 V-1 ,A -, f.. Q.. f : ' rf 2 A p , til: , 'Qi 1..- .. "' -Skies z I 1 . f 1 .X 151 fn 4 .3 , Y. if " Q " psi 5 A rerr . sf- i'.'5"fl???f , ' Q . . ,J , J' im "A tiff J Row One: Heather Stewner, Charlie Stiehl, Alan Stocker, Janice Stork, Duane Stott, Mark Stubbs, John Suther- land. Row Two: Clark Suttle, Mark Swain, Mike Sweeny, Bob Swift, Betty Szctwicz, Brenda Tacketf, Sue Taormina. A a is L ff .ex -, - Row One: Frank Targanski, Debby Tate, Dale Taylor, Q-9' gb f ' i A in , Glenna Taylor, Maurene Taylor, Sandi Taylor, Diana ' is-it - ,X J f Tesnow. A E ii , ,i sw E Q g if Row Three: Wendy Winters, Terri Wollens, Mary Wood- Af JD N' 'X' i X ard, Dave Wright, Harold Wright, Jeff Wright, Laurie Q- J if K t 4 , .gi ,. .L ., . 4 ':'5'f'f A fr E ' i .. Row Three: Terri Toole, Bill Toplnicki, Leslie Townsend, J - i f Karen Trafidlo, Diane Trapiss, Darol Tresik, Barb J Vyig fi' 'L-T E H Tucker. .. -aft ii -"- 1 I ' L. ,. gl .. 1 , I2 ' i - . - + ' 3' ' ':" 1: f Qfln-fi: ,e t- MH, , ,:, EV is z , s Row Four: Alice Tughun, Paul Turke, Joanne Turner, ,,.s ,jjl Janet Urbanski, Kim Van Duine, Don Van Dusen, ' WS Kathy Vanderlinden. , xiii' ' i f .0 1 1 i -ufifffff, - I : 4' Q F or e,,,e - f l' s my -f . -- 's i n 5. . .. Row One: Debbie Van Riper, Cliff Van Tuyl, Donna ' 'f i - U, Varani, Mark Veljkov, Doycann Vernon, Tom Vestrand, A J - ii ' "' EQ . Q B ' ,- Dennis Volchoff. 'tif ' 'lf' ' . Q"A:1""' ' A - A 2 .hc...,...., - . is ss:-xiii? i,, is .. X W i " ' Z if "PIP Q' K K J. an we .f wma' - WN ki, K KJ, -. ,. . N. Q. -Q-A-f.-15, , 5 , W, , e,r 3 3 me it ,, .meek-K S 31 S X ig , Q1 ,.hV' 5 I K I e - Q ri: ..E' ff i if mr. . ii. 3, . --F N, - .- high gt ,..,,,,l w IQ, -:.-f-- 1 F K .- wigs It S ff Row One: Diane Werton, Charlene West, Bill Westwood, Mike White, Paula Wickman, Don Williams, Harold Williams. Row Two: Vernon Williams, Ann Wilson, Dave Wilson, Debbie Wilson, Eugene Wilson, Marybeth Winkka, Paula Winkler. Row Two: Larry Theut, Don Thomas, Kathie Thompson, Roblyn Thorne, Joseph Tiano, Debbie Tison, Craig Tolles. Row Four: Sue Wright, Rick Wyant, Dorothy Young, Jane Yuha, Joan Yuha, Linda Zachmann, Bob Ziegenhagen. will . . ig .nl . if f : ' L ' 5, L Jw X s s .,, pf M, .fe 1 ,, if 4 we 'f :if N 4.-, N 2 .5 .K Row Two: Charlene Wagner, Brian Walborn, Brian Walker, Bruce Wallman, Mike Wallner, John Ward, Bill Ward. Row Three: Tom Waring, Diane Wasilewski, Janice Wat- kins, Jeff Watkins, Valerie Watt, Roy Weed, Barb Welch. i- Q i . 'f 1 5, Q - .512 - - A , . , 5 .-ffl ' x S -15 5,54 5 , ., ' it V : i . A - go il gif . ' 5 if L. -ii p MERESSS' it FK , -fl 7' -fi Ss iw f-fliiit ,, A'-wi -e as -- N321 -..'- ., - 'ix A rm: -Q as if ...Qs -. , - - ..': . . 1 f ' J L r ve , 'f -F -QQ? K' ' f, 'F K ., ., - - if v-is 11' 1 ,E . 7 i , , ol-.. K V Zrenchik Mike Zubritsky. J Q X R 'QL' N M ,i is " N i i X ' 'N r K ,f it - fy 'rs f X Y-' - L . . yn Zi' Y sf ig Row One: David E. Zimmerman, Karen Zolner, Joe Qi . - ' s t -- . . . 1 W T A f L 5 YARN ' VK 3 aw lx!-E l ffm? r X pews " wg s get s,be 'sXi 5 v.r"f 45 M Class of '7'l's spirit of cooperation was evident to everyone who watched their skit during the Bonfire-Pep Rally Homecoming Eve. Excited ophomores experience First Homecoming Members of the Homecoming Court, Rhonda Phillips and Elaine Nagano were selected as representatives by and for the Sophomore Class, With a theme ot "Eat 'Em Up," the Sophomore float passed in review before alumni, present students, parents at the half-time parade. Sophomores not pictured Helen Alcorn, Peggy Ales, Robert Allen, Pamela Anderson, Deborah Bailey, Michele Bondy, Thomas Brynn, Ron Buda, Kenneth Canavan, Richard Cencer, Charles Champe, Jeff Clohosey, Ronald Coburn, Melodie Cochrane, Richard Crocket, Eric Danes, Barbara Davis, Bruce Deleo, Wynne Dechert, Joy Deedler, Keith Degrandchamp, Noel Demers, Ray- mond Deyo, James DiGiovanni, Larry Duarard, William Duke, Diane Dunn, Joanne Dupuis, Basim Farhat, Donna Foster, Judy Green, Laura Grobnagger, Lawrence Hawman, Craig Haynes, Richard Hayter, Christine Hobson, Gerald Hoetger Thomas Hudie, Robert Hurt, James Johnson, Roy Jones, Ted Jurkiewicz, Gary Kelly, Ricardo Ketterer, Donald Komos, Barbara Kostiuk, Kendall Kovala, Lou Ann Krause, Karen Kreski, Kerry Kukhahn, Paul Le Blanc, John Lewis, Larry Lindroth, Colleen Martin, Robert McComb, Donna McCormick, Marilyn McMullen, Pat Micciche, Cynthia Miller, Karen Montgomery, Jeffrey Morris, Maureen Murphy, Mark Murray, Albert Nalian, Janice Noakes, Judith Noakes, John Ollis, Linda Ostrander, Kevin Park, Mike Peacock, Marie Pellerito, Bill Phelps, Rhonda Phillips, Alice Pierce, Charles Pollard, Charles Powell, Robert Prentiss, David Quinnell, Kathleen Robinson, Norman Rollins, Kathleen Santilli, Gwen Schellhous, Michell Schneller, Abraham Shadah, Susan Shandilis, Linda Sicard, John Sivalski, Diane Slovick, Charles Stanford, Bryan Stanley, Patti Stigall, Pamela Stoll, Richard Taylor, Gary Thibodeau, Ronald Tithot, Rosemarie Trask, Stephen Trotter, Darlene Tyler, Dannie Vaught, Russell Vogel, Janice Vrba, Charles Wallace, Deborah White, Mike Williams, Dennis Wilson, David Wolski, Robert Wood, Robin Wright. Class Council leads Juniors through mid-term trials Row One: Dave Aborizk, Bill Adams, Marsha Agee, Russ Alatalo, Janet Alden, Gary Allan, Karen Al- lender. Row Two: Deb Allore, Ruby Almeda, Linda Ambler, Forrest Ault, Linda Avripas, Donna Aytes, Janet Baldwin. Row Three: Diane Balio, Tim Bar, Tony Barbee, Janice Barr, Mary Barr, Rick Barsy, Joe Basiaga. Row Four: Maureen Bateman, Donna Baumeister, Mary Behr, Patricia Bennett, Denise Berry, Cheri Bess, Barry Beutner. Row Five: Mike Bevan, Pam Bielaczyc, Pam Bishop, Earl Blackney, Karen Blackney, Cheryl Blaesing, George Blair. Row Six: Joyce Blanchard, Jim Blazaitis, Ken Bleim, Pam Block, Rick Blomquist, Mary Boase, Josi Boldar- ini. Row Seven: Mark Bonello, Bob Boren, Tim Borovich, Sue Bouffard, Jim Bramham, Aileen Briggs, Chuck Brincat. Row Eight: Charlie Brooks, Judy Brooks, Jennie Broome, Janice Brown, Pam Brown, Pat Bryant, Alison Bu- chanan. es! JUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL. Front row: Kathy Casey, Carol Foley lSecre- taryl, Gary Allan lVice Presidenfl, Kathy Graham fPresidentJ, Arlene Ward. Second row: Linda Harper, Gayle Greenwald, Diane Geiger Audrey Glinski, Alison Buchanan, Lynda Curtis. Third row: Terri Mclnfosh, Gary Medlancl, John Reeber. Missing were Class Treasurer April Burns, and Faculty Adviser Mrs. Marilyn Capelli. 1 , iiii i ii' V' 4 ii- A i 'Gigi Q13 ,ff .. , .... ,,1., i Q -1 s r , . ' -1 . A , e , 6 an ,el Rad, , r Q K. ii sf" ' ry, of .Q r" i ' ' if , ,Qi 'iii , li L L I 2 . Ar w A 9 . m g i 125 ya . -5 ill. Q i -A l' " .1 , A , - A .,.. , i.. , .. f . s all g . I f . , WF' 'fag K 'x . . , ,' i i ii ' .,.. K is .Q -,i?f'Bs W ff A "T imgfifif , s z as I n o , ses .s.. S 1 ., , :, ' it K. . " B ...'...... . 1 -is s A 'WF ... ...... s . .1 as " ' , "'i 'lj .21 H Vi J ,- my E lil? ,xr '55 ,gi as rr ,, Jf g Q I I , I . . . . it Jn w k k M J ' J 'ii f . -'..i 1 ' ' A .1 ii f . , ,. .y . . . . 1 +.4w ,-.- 3 l ' X f fi l. J mg gg-, K QWA 1 l lm' w 1 g 52" Y 2 ef' . l'1h,y!3f.l 'ire , wk... J. ., : ' 'Q L. 'gf f f-1-my fe- ...-f 55, .,- ., - V XV1 A w f , J . .A ' V 'P ,QQL fi' ff. . f 'J l g ia. B sae' .eetfe' :.efe:21f5:ehf:w ir 4 , C f B 1' F I Row One: Diane Carroll, Kathy Casey, Chris Cenler, Dennis Chumbo, Sue Cielinski. Row Two: Mike Clapper, DiAnn Clemens, Don Coleman, Jim Collins, Andrew Cooper. Row Three: Tim Copeland, Sue Corte, Jerry Caudill, Chopp, John .5 George Clisch, Qi Cooper, Don Q ..., Patrice Cosseo, ' Craig Cosgrove, Linda Couillard, Chris Cova, John H Craig. Row Four: Cheryl Cratty, Pam Crawford, Debbie Crossett, Neal Culver, Pat Cum Cunningham. Jan Creighan, ' ming s, Sherrie Daughtery, Brian Davidson, Barb Davisson, Jeff Day. Row Five: Lynda Curtis, Kathy Dane, Denise Darcy, Del f ii 9 7 ws ' ,": A 1' fl' .- 4 .sw :ez I u X 3 .A . " 1 . gi., ... Ame' V 1, K -,K 5' ' M l 7 . Mb- " if 3 ,K - X if t f XT 1 J B as f fi Q. ls. ve: s X " .1 f -L -...Q J P X f 1 1 me wb X Q 'X kts L My. .ie of 5 . if .., in .aw ww? Q. X r s Row One: Bonnie Buckingham, Karen Bukoski, Mick Burbank, Debbie Burgess, Steve Burk, Dave Burke, Mike Burke. Row Two: April Burns, Rick Burns, Kathy Byle, Beth Byrd, Mark Byrne, Greg Cadwallader, Merle Cald- well. Row Three: Candi Campau, Connie Campbell, Isabell Campbell, Jack Cardwell, Cindy Carlson, Mike Carne, A M H4 p -. - 'V , I' xo! .. 3 " in ' . ' J ' X A ef.: 'Z 'V rg, ,lk J J Q I. if P . . y K fm! K QS gp :Ss 'A' :L . Q . QE LE? Q? ,??. M h M. 2 i 1? s 2 Row One: Randy De Peel, Carole DePetro, Diane De- Santo, Lee Debien, Sharon Demanski, Russ Demars Steve Demeter. 1 Row Two: Joann Dempsey, Debbie Deniger, Gloria Det- amble, Chuck Dettlinger, Pat DiDomenico, Al Dick Maureen Dietz. 1 Row Three: Fred Dinser, Dennis Dolecki, Keven Dolin, Linda Domagala, Deb Domimick, Joanne Dommer, Kathy Dost. Row One: Lynn Dougherty, Cal Draughn, Mike Drury, Bill Dunbar, Cliff Durfee, Thom Ebersole, Lynnie Eckhout. . SK ,sl . . W 'E -vi .,,. Row Two: Linda Eidt, Ken Elstone, Terry Emery, Becky .K , Epley, Chuck Erickson, Lynne Erxleben, Jim Evanoff. Row Three: Jon Evenson, Cheryl Faber, Dave Falkner flwg Mike Felix, Jim Fensom, Debra Ferensic, George gffgzg g Ferkovich. '--, vi 9 : fa ei X ,.,::: ' .. Q' W K - . W , W B -F F 1 f ye.. .,:: Q i li it ,.r, f. ' X -1 'ffwf ri - X ' '1 Q.. .- -r i lil B N " L Row One: David Gnacke, Rex Gomoll, William Gonter- man, Debbie Gonzalez, Gloria Gonzalez, Keith Good- win, Bob Gotts. in Gayle Greenwald Cyndie Grade Don Gruber in- cent Grunas. we Row Two: Kathy Graham, Marcie Grameno, Mike Gray, 1 , , V man, Jett Gysel, Patricia Hackett, Tim Hackett, .lim Q? li 1 : ii-:Q f,,, wi l Le: .sri , Q : Q! - t f -K N Q1 .Q-alia P7 "ALF, ls l l " my Q K . it c ,, 1: X. ee , Eelifi iii W 'f Q "" ' in Q-hw, . ,.kh , Q. ' lr ' Y i' e " A . ' if! Row One: Karen Fernyhough, Bob Feskorn, Steve Fet- terman, Pat Feys, Cheryl Fisher, Maureen Fitzgerald, Raul Flores. 4 Row Two: Wayne Florida, Carol Foley, Doug Fraser, Bob Frasier, Debbie Frecka, Carol French, Bob Frende- wey. Row Three: Gary Fritz, Steve Fritz, Diana Frost, Donna Frost, Kathy Frost, Mary Furlong, Mike Gaida. Row Four: Mike Game, Wendell Garr, Tim Garvey, Jon Gates, Diane Geiger, Ron Genrich, Cathy George. Row Five: Pam Geppert, Bill Gibson, Janis Gibson, Bill Gillies, Ken Gleason, Audrey Glinski, Marilyn Globke. ,. ,Q n 5 K 135. av 5 A 5 f z . e l if . "" , kenaf? .. , f ': I - + .... - ,, ug, . .: ' . ,Q . 1 .. 'lf xp w igs: -r' .+V-'FT ' 19 . ' .. v I if F 2 i1?Jfl.r"T' jf 1 i ee- 5 " .- -le "' 'ef 2-5: Row Three: Robert Gunter, Charles Guyot, Arturo Guz- ik, aegis! 2 .5 .- 'V 5 " 'F' wi i C - " is ie E F F 1 Hall. 3 .. Q. 1 1 i ' W. - 'TY . ' "' A -'fm :REI i .-, 4 at :::: X 'WT' Al' Early Juniors lead Patriots in race against time School started at seven-thirty, yet seemingly unaware of the early hour Juniors Pat Mallos, Sue Pare, and Joanne LaBelle displayed the initiative, leadership qualities found throughout the Class of "70", by beginning the school day well in advance of everyone else. I ' tr B., ' Q Row One: Marvin Hall, Mike Hall, 'Sondra Hamrick, f i i ,,. 5 :iharles Harden, Linda Harper, Terry Harris, Leslie rkkir . . I " t 7 Y , artmann. 'life - -5 2 vs 5:5 ii r 2, ,, ' i K :fs :it -3 i ri Row Two: Peter Hatkow, Sue Haushalter, Pat Hebbard, , if Bob Hellstein, Bill Hemmings, Chris Hench, Steven if s 5 i E r , Q J Henderson. sr sr 4 5 s v Wi J 5 ka ,fm A X 3 6 ax VM FF l fi, t ,I k 92237 sg , li X - :iff ..t. 1 if ,r ' ' ' :., Row Three: Mike Higgins, Terry Higgins, Don Hill, Donna J Xe X eff? X . ' gm! f' 4 ,rx Hill, Gail Hillier, Gordon Hoeft, Phil Hogan, -' P . " l .efqii 1 is ' V i v .. V ,. Q.. is fr xi. if ,J -c " ii if-4' il . . . My -K ,inns V- 1, k-kr Row Four: Carol Holby, Bill Holwlg, John Hopper, Nancy K7 r ,f 1? Horste, Gary Hoss, Peggy Hoyna, Greig Huggard. i , at Q: 1:97 3 7 geek,-' I 51,5 Row Five: Barb Hughes, Ralph Hunt, Fritzi Hyde, Carol mmf' Xa 9 X' V wig, Mesa , Hymes, Mike lvankovich, Marvel Jackson, Donna . Y' 7 1 Jacobs. , ar Q i ' ,rw , 4 X W Q I. Ji if ,A ' aj, If i i Row Six: Rosalyn Jaffe, Jeannine Jenkins, Candee Jen- ' I In -' fjis ,YV. I 5 ,lg iii? nings, Jeanette Jobin, Darrell Johnson, Gay Ann My F t 2? V J z Johnson, Mike Johnston. " 5 rr 5, Qi, ex .H yy ,fi r is . a Ly :ri KV v,.sg.,,ig . J D r . Row Seven: Chris Jonasz, Alan Jones, Debby Jones, r W ' X Janet Juengel, Susan Kocin, Lynn Kaiser, Sue Kaiser. it A K ,hp 1 ay' ' , C ,ig F 4 i S5 , is i ,ca . -, f- 1'ff'i M".iJ J V "l if Row Eight- Christine Kalenik Bill Kandah Barb r ' .ii - W? , of VH! ' ,U af' Kane, Ray Karas, Frank Kasparek, Debbie Kastelic, ' I 44 X L ' 3 f Tim Keating 1 Row One: Gabe Kekhoua, Debbie Kemp, Kelly Keough, .Q Y T. as J Victor Khoury, Jeffery Kind, Debbie King, Nancy ,il Kingsbury. N . 1.44 till .f Row Two: Ron Kiwak, Paula Klenk, Tom Kmel, Ken l Knight, Mike Kobiata, Sharon Koehn, Sally Koepfle. I- : X- , 't ':"" 1 X f 1 . Row Three: Mary Ellen Kolodziei, Diana Kopchia, Walter Nr I 'Q it Korona, Sherry Kortes, Shirley Kosis, James Kosteva, uf? Q Mike Kotlarz. i,,i W A Qs , Q' will 4 nv ,. .., 'J sg 1' 1 Row Four: Susan Krogol, James Krueger, Lucia Ku, ll Linda Kucab, Rod Kuhn, Nancy Kuiath, Bill Kumbier. bv ' Row Five: Bruce K " ' ' ers if S UNI, Phllrp Kupras, Diane Kutz, Keith 1 my 5: sm: S' LaPointe, Joanne LaBelle, Diane LaCharite, Dave La- -,,, gli: Duke- .em 1 , Q Row Six: Linda Lahti, Kevin Lanchester, Denny Long, Jig, 'P is W' 3 , Diane Lang, Russell Larubell, John Lawrence, Les gf, -, Lawrence. ef' J- jf, s ff' '1-3 f f' i i t - 5 f at Row Seven: Hope Lee, Dennis Leedom, Nancy Leist, 6-'H h 32,1 . Diane Lenort, Loretta Lentini, Gary Lindroth, Kathy iii, H:i'f-3 8 l-l0Y0l- 1-'Wi A M iil it i X, Row Eight: Catherine Mac, Carol Mackolski, Jan Mad- A fs. Q ng den, Roxanna Maddox, Jan Malaniak, Joan Malkies 3, wicz, Pat Mallos. Z' is 2 Juniors master second year as study erodes hours Although the Class of "70" is known as the "Jolly Juniors", joviality rated second with Debbie Allore when it came to using unassigned time for studying. Dick McAdam spent his study time watching companions in a real or apparent search for a greater knowledge of facts. .45 " 9. s ff K xc- r l 1' ' . .X xi! if ig , . ,K - I J, H, I ..k! Q x 1.87 r f A ,eg J Sl 2' 5 r . w g, Row One: Jim Miller, Kurt Miller, Valli Miller, Debbie Miner, Kathy Mimnaugh, Helen Mitchell, Jackie Mit- chell. Row Two: Steve Mitchell, John Monk, Ken Mondiewicz, larry Moore, Patricia Moore, Bill Moorey, Mike Mori- arty, Row Three: Bill Morris, Pat Mulawka, Jim Mulcrone, Dove Mulkiten, James Mulvihill, Don Murray, Ed Muscat. 1.1 .C N lf .' 5 4:1 V TEX!! I . l 1 , w P K . .- . V- ,,, wi, K J, 1 , .V , 1 l fag , f. :ff N. .,.,, , Q if , ii-I ' T 'gf if iii , 1. ...fl l ' I C , 1 S QE : I ,. . r -,A .3 If x ff L A ie Q '-4' il, L 'S X' t .rss mai J xi Q J 12 f 5 C .fa 'Ns I ' C.- suffer? :js fi ,, l... Ss i 'Ei l.gifQ.5 ' .C yyyi ,xx . N ,, JILA35' 'K' Q J ji J Ku! - L . , 2' 5' x .af K ' 'ek 1-11 -H- it MU .5 K fi f :ii fs. ' .ffi Row One: Mark Moloziec, Karen Martin, Dave Martinez, Jim Martini, Bob Marzewski, Denise Masferson, Carol Matfin. Row Two: Linda May, Mike Mayotte, Jenny Mazrella, Dick McAdam, Ed McCarthy, Mike McColloch, Roberta McGuire. Row Three: Terri Mclntosh, Kathie McKeon, Michael McLaren, Sandy McLaren, Marcia McMurtrey, Chris McNeece, Cheryl McNeilly. Row Four: Barb Mead, Gary Medland, Mike Mehney, Theresa Meloche, Cheryl Merwin, Dan Michelson, Raellyn Mill. ., . K 'Zi K3 '-Pisa J, ki J -e.. 5 Z A A , .E 1 , K ,f,:7'A- FR i l is ::- E l A 'lj-is fl :. " it :J J :-' :,..' 1 'i Row One: Karen Nalepa, Gail Natoli, Pat Nedeau, John Nemazi, Ken Newman, Arlene Newton, Sharlene Newton. Row Two: Linda Nolan, Kathy Norrie, Wendy Norton, Jim Nowak, Mike O'Connell, Tom O'Leary, Deidre Olafson. Row Three: Nancy Oliver, Jim Olli, Connie Olson, Dave Olson, Terry Ormiston, Steve Ormond, Margie Pachol. Row Four: Pearl Paliwoclo, Linda Paradowicz, Sue Pare, Maureen Parent, Bruce Parkinson, Timothy Parks, Cheryl Pass. 7 Row One: Linda Paulson, Craig Pawlisch, Vivian Pearce, kkkh A fi ei 2 ii Jan Pehrson Armando Peinado P . ,- - ,- . - 4 i 'J , , at Pelchat, Darlene ' I 5 We Pelz. f fi Row Two: Tom Pengell K 1 A 1' s .ei . ,, - sc . .ls 5 Leg. wi, ,k.W- . ki N , I f . JT. " 355- ff L , ij' YT ..-S ,fi .. WH -hs A HW , 4 if j W .X - si- .. l it Q i J 2. X , . . ...gs R " 'C ss ef: . mc f- "' y, en Penn, Paul Perzyk, Dale Peters, Phil Peters, James Petres, Kurt Phelps. fi r M ia. -r C .. m ' f re 1" ' J .sg 5 'ii - S Jil l - '-H 11' or 'J' -f'r . .g -, 1 , 1 T of - s 5 f " ,, al 1 1 " S K Q :E V I I :V 1 K E.: K A Q! m - Q A fi-'iii 3 . S E ii Q QQ ig X V, 1 my - K of ' 4 .. XT 5 vs? -P i ' -'5 51 - . '- 'J i 'L . eff C 1: P fl? r e 5 X X. I HB. ff ' '55 l I 1 if . N Lrkk' Y' I , t - 9 J me W f . R . J If . rr s r ,:,,- , r rl . a. r ,, N ' . .' ' ',", g if ' fri' I 4 '. Kg . xL,L s x. f ara 148 .J V X. qi Row One: Chuck Phillips, Jim Piech Linda Pie C , rce, hris Pierson, Paul Pitt, Jocelyn Pitts, Mike Plotkowski. Row Two: Fran Pokryfki, Gilda Polselli, Kathy Ponchart, Jim Porter, Clay Posler, Suzi Posler, Mike Potts. Row T , , a y Pringle, Maud Purcell, Fred Pushies, Cindy Quinn, Mike Quinn. hree: Mike Price Tim Prince K th Row Four: Marie Rachoza Kennis Radtk K , e, athy Rogan, Charles Raque a P p w, at Raschke, Joyce Redwood, John Reeber. Row Five: Bob Reese, Maure en Regan, Janet Reilly, Maureen Rein, Laurie Revell, John Reynolds, Mark Reyst. Row Six: Lorraine Richards Patty Rich d , ar s, David Rich- ardson, John Richard son, Sharon Rickard, Jim Ridley, Liz Riley. Row Seven: Sue meyer, Debbie Dennis Roos. Roberts, Rita Robinson, Mark Rode- Roe, Mark Roewer, Mary Rohatynski, Row One: Mary Lou Rosinski, Mark Rosko, Walter Ros- ' fl -at 'ff :ijiisf f.Q 5 X . If nosky, Cathy Roth, Randy Roush, Jan Rozema, Rob Q' if -- yy A I" Ruokolainen. ' K ' fs V K K we is gi., , fa J s , ix, Z., i . ,,, fri . Row Two: Brian Russell, Rich Russell, Nancy Ryan, Carol 1 v b ktqi Mg , Rybak, Linda Rygiewicz, Dan Ryskamp, James Said. :SET ai' V W X Q if 1 -is -an L ,,- -- Juniors break work routine: lunch, laugh, yell, party Hungry Franklin Juniors Debbie Burgess, Sherrie Cunningham, Linda Domagala, and Linda Wand enioyed a few modules free from class pressures exchanging personal comments, as well as eating lunch, in the cordial, aromatic atmosphere of the crowded South Cafeteria. 1 .. f i A 'Xi' r ff Row One: Liz Salvaggio, Rick Sanders, Joyce Santo, rE::'i' ' whiff? Mike Sarazin, Jim Scane, Carolyn Scarlett, Sharon 'I s l 1 . W Schemanske. ig M KY 3 Al i Y- fs? ,L Row Two: Sue Schilling, Bill Schlick, Sandy Schou, Linda i ,fi Schultz, Carl Schuman, Craig Schuman, Mike Scow- ' X, J I ii den. ri V : Q3 J Row Three: John Seaberg, Emily Sears, Sarah Secret, r K . Pat Segasser, Gary Selva, Carol Seriguchi, Gary c Q fe Shaffer. 'tru el Row Four: Gayle Shaffer, Chris Shandilis, John Shan- '-J , -. Y Wig? dilis, Barry Shaw, Barbara Shekell, Tony Shemke, fr K V Dave Shirshun. :Xa l . .fri ' T Row Five: Rick Srcard, Mark Simo, Debbie Simpkins, X , , W Linda Sinclair, Joanne Slate, Corinne Smereka, Dan ,ZJ smirh. s I : n a fr f ff S' ii' , Row sax: David smith, Gary smith, Kathy smirh, Jam :M x by-egg!! sfX1'f,! Smith, Margaret Smith, Paul Smith, Todd Smith, S so :tv s "M'i"fl:-J ofa fc J, E v i Row Seven: Bruce Smyser, Barb Snyder, Chris Sobeck, K 1-gag' J 4 J Robin Spencer, Robert Spendal, Linda Spica, Debra is f S Spivey- i , 2 4:6-.2:i3:-5 :rr ies, : s fi s fa ,fi J 'sz 5, N . - ,f .rf sw.. Row Eight: Tim Stanley, Glenis Starin, Wayne Stearns, Curt Steinhauer, Stewart Stetson, Tom Stevens, Vir- ginia Stoelt. X S 'err fi , W ff "3 4 li' Ill' A Row Two: Neil Supplee, Maureen Sutton, Debbie Swain, 3, -f 3' ,i,:-' . i i i,ii i S ii :V Row One: Debby Stone, Doug Stone, Mike Stone, Elaine Stout, Rick Stautenburg, Nancy Strand, Rick Strick. Q ii iii Q sf: J S oin at 1 T . 41 " J P: ,f W ' 5 ,qt ig.: J- ' . '54 ii - ,--. M.. , H sf 11 45. ,- S -.,. ,M .zz we es.. . t ,Q 5, ., .. : 7 ge, ,,, 1, . V'--I-' use ,, ,,, ,.,,,, :H 'F fe W, Y :X W me , . li, x of f as 1 SX, of Eff G I X A X I Mike Swift, George Symanns, Pat Syrylo, Cheryl Szatwicz. Row Three: Charlene Szura, Janet Tabor, Mike Taylor, James Teefey, Alan Teetzel, James Thill, James Thomas. Row Four: Bob Thornton, Dan Thorpe, Tom Tilley, Ken Timoszyk, Nancy Tobias, larry Tocco, Kathie Tovey. Row One: Thurston Trask, Donna Traub, Tom Traub, I tis 7 3, 'cu , Jon Trennepohl, Michael Trottier, Pete Tsonakas, J ,. ' lv H Laurie Tudor f fi flf , V: f ' ji if : '-'ISN ra 22' K Lf Q ' Row Two: Patt Tughan, Carolyn Tunnel, Valerie Van figs Ski 'DTT- ig I. Heusden, Rick Van Strien, Cindy Van Tuyl, Tom . 7. 1 Vartanian, Sue Vella. 'it SW , as - 5' gt? 'fa f Q . it Q -. ,,-" i 11 Row Three: Sue Vernier, Karen Vernon, Susan Veto, Q this - .K Judy Vickstrom, George Vidusic, Dan Vigliarola, Jim : 5 J Q Viland. 51 .1 we ' ,, :W 3 M cy 1 I rl ev tif' we - .Qs " -' - - - AFM. rw ,i 1,3 - . , af , , A .Q X , K , I if 6 Nl Q W' E: t U ...J r :,, V: . .- sr Q S- --we I: X Wet' :::: f Q S L 'Q k..L A . I Q fa K Q-fee ctts f e S ' S Row One: Darlene Vitale, Judy Vogt, Becky Volchotll, Philip Volk, Jef? Vrba, Joe Waddell, Dan Waddups. Row Two: Cheryl Wagner, Ron Wagner, Nancy Wainn, Guy Walsh, Linda Wand, Arlene Ward, Fred Wark. Row Three: Steven Watt, John Watterson, Sherrie Weber, Tom Welch, Maureen Wesley, Shaun Westphall, Randy Whalen. Row Four: Mary Wharton, Bruce Wheelock, Woody Whitehead, Blair Wickman, Ron Wienczak, Paul Wienczak, Paul Wilcox. 'cs K N -W?-ge . M S k dw K in - , 'V G "" W' -g'iii,11 1 5 if Row One: Chuck Williams, Wendall Williams, Theresa Q- it ,. "Me QL Z " V fy, ' Williamson, Dan Wilson, Debbie Wilson, Joe Wit- ty A ri fig K' is I kowske, Galen Wolfe. W, Q, ,-:., .,,. 4 ,. Q Am Y J KWKY ' " 'T QQ! Row Two: Michael Wolverton, John Wood, Kimberly QQ. , 'U 5 17- igfff fin Wright, Paul Wri ht, Theresa Wright, Colleen Yakel, H, . t .-. A 9 QW is af? - -Q I Donald Yerks. X ':- . P40 , . K ,ll , ig ,, fi' pg Q J: MJ J rx , Q 'MA kirk El, fx, nf ,,' I U Row Three: Ron York, Bill Young, Denny Young, Bob 'Airs A, g i Yuhasz, Paul Zabawa, Vicky Zarb, Margaret Zedan. ,J ,. seal is J J 5 L9 Y eil! V kvy f Row Four: Loraine Zwicker, Dave Zielke, Bruce Zik- :fi r mund. When the first-place prize-winning Junior Class float, "Big Ben" flower U U rightl rounded the corner of the cinder track with his hand raised in a salutation to the Homecoming crowd, members of the Class of "70" could not help but show their pride and enthusiasm of the day. among Homecoming paraders Excitement tingled in the brisk October air as Franklin held its annual Homecoming game. Radiant, Junior Homecoming Princesses Marcie Gram- K fi Q3 eno and Diane DeSanto greeted the large crowd with smiles reflecting the spirit brought forth by the reunion occasion. Row One: Jan Adcox, Bruce Allmond, Sue Anderson, George Augustaitis, Mike Boza, Robert Bricker, Jim Carrick. ,U -sa ff' , mia Row Two: Rick Charniga, Don Clark, Tim Cook, Albert Crosby, Chuck Curtis, Mark DeWulf, Pat Dixon. -i V sri Row Three: Donna Donaldson, Nancy Erickson, Dolly 13 ' Esch, Al Fanos, Karen Farkas, Diane Fortin, Vickie wr , f' , , - is 534' ire, 5 eg .-SQ! fa: J- --if 'm - we . - sg Q- 7 :-- 3: , Q. - Q -f - 'J -- Mi f as A AVA. I k f ,, 1. . l s fi ty 1-'tw - , , le .S a It n, .:.,. , .s S i Q :LLI QQ . lg 'F " S I . ..: E --es fee. QQQ . QQ Q ? s Q N 9 -Ania i , sr. - ' s ,. . , . L, .ap K af -W " 1 Qc ,Q s. ' Ag, 4' I , " Q, ,. Q it ', 2?"' Q IPS' L 1 . it if c is si 3 'E .. f vs t 95 . his W 5 . snr- s :if f ' I XM na l of if a9non Q QQQQ ,,, K QQ Q Q Q FW Q Row Four: Dennis Golan, Gary Garlacz, Joe Golonka, Vw? ffl s i ww is .S as fe 'J A il Kathy Gronczewski, Dennis Guenzel, Don Gurka, ' Q' Q li- lg, Qp Mary Hart. .Q Q Qi. ,I -i Nl :A "" . si' R l ' A - s :E .s , . sf 'i in. Row Five: Jeff Havlena, Marta Hoetger, Marlene Horak, 'A i it -,M swf X 'f John Hulsken Diane Jocquemonm Jack Janet Bob WQQQQQ, ::.,QQQ Q gi ,Q Koisep-Q QQ QQ-3,5 ' i Q is ag-Q Q QQ , ' ' ' .S 1 as ' " - ll , bil ,L g : ,iii,, i I f Row Six: Denise Knight, Rick Kroll, Rick Kroske, Rick A, Q ' Wg " Laerzio, Lionel LaMay, LoSelle LePla, Gary Lishinski. ' V iii 1 r it' of s 'Q " ' H i f a s S S .,. ,sg Q , Q i 9. 3 'CQQQQ Row Seven: Ed Livesay, Dan Madar, Ron Mangham, r ' in .Q ' "W F- x Iii Ny' ' Dennis Manteuffel, Dave McFarland, John Mclnteer, 'ff' Q 'ii F if, Penny McKinneyQ Q ...v Q Q Q . S ' . it I j as ' a. 'T 'X ME Row Eight: Dave Mey, Charles Meyers, Donna Miller, h i 51' : -1:sZ..s5f chock Miskolcs, ram Nichol, Pei om, Debi onman. L t -iff' if A -as ' X A J a ri se? so or 5 - Junior school spirit encourages class participation As Homecoming festivities approached, ambitious Junior Class Council members Joanne Dommer, Diane Lang, and Debbie Frecka made prepara- tions in the music room for transforming the gym into the Homecoming ballroom, Cheers, and banners emblazoned in the large crowd loppositel, revealed the vibrant school spirit typical of the Class o'F "70". Juniors not pictured John Antrobius, Gary Babik, Patrick Bolte, Steve Boyer, Gary Brown, Gloria Bruno, Steve Busch, Sheryl Bryant, Gary Burnette, James Chase, Pam Coley, Richard Craig, Debby Daniels, Margie Decker, Joseph Demko, Bill Elsey, Dominic Gayk, Mitchel Golofit, Glenn Goy, Reginald Green, Dennis Gronczewski, Jim Hawk, Ed Herdon, Jay Hollister, Janice Hum- phries, Brad Hutchinson, Clara James, Lynn Kaiser, Kevin Kelly, Ron Kelly, Ron Kent, Bernard Kost, Paula Kotyk, Ed Kreski, Bob Krueger, Neil Kurth, Denise LaChance, Guy LaVigne, Steve Lawson, Randy Lee, Doug Leggat, Lillian Lillibridge, Charles Lopez, Joanne Mac, Larry Marcum, John Marino, Mike Morocco, Pam Martell, Jim Mazurek, Ricky Merrow, Jackie Metelsky, Danny Muzichuk, Cheryl Neidy, Greg Newman, Dan Oliphant, John O'Neill, Pam Ormsby, Bill Ramsay, Bruce Rich, Neil Rogers, Michael Ryan, Raymond Scarlett, Deborah Scharf, Gary Schart, Daniel Schneider, Nicolas Scourtes, Richard Shriner, Janice Sledz, Joey Stallings, Stephanie Scott, Jack Stowe, Richard Sumerlee, William Thorpe, Norman Traskos, Archie Tutor, Larry Urbanski, Michael Varani, Gary Varty, Michael Wallace, David Wallner, Margie Williams, Lynn Willis, Paul Warner, Robert Zomenski, Lotis Zarb, Patricia Zupon. .x y .ew-fs-'Q 5 fl K ww Kg- E3 R sf f N .- x x ,X X - 1 1 . 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M-H.: . - 'w -'arf--2--ff Qs: --, . 5345: ,hp 'J' 'fltvii' --:'."- 1:51.11 "-'.- fic Irv! ' ' . -1 ' 1 9 .- ' ' V' .,' A ', .v-'f " II-:-'1 ,.I '91, - - '1: f5rg'q.' 5.5. 221.14-f 5 f" -'xwrg-rf.: .+- :, -4-4 ,342-' i L -' 97- -g,::,Q ,-..fp,' I- : - , -- -:,. ,- fig 7':"' l - "' ...wil :bn D W ...I .ILIPI gt, Officers, Council cheer eniors through turbulent, spirited year After three years of hitting the books, worrying about grades, fulfilling requirements for college and other after- high-school plans, the officers could be forgiven for acting a little giddy the first time they tried on the cap-and-gown trappings of graduation. Graduation! The magic, wonderful word! And this year we even got to keep our mortar boards. Senior year culminated three years of other busy hours, too. Each one was led by a set of active officers and several dedicated class council members. This year's Council supervised the construction of a "Smokey Bear" Homecoming float, and then turned its attention to another welcome for returning alumni, the annual Open House on the day before Christmas vacation. After the holiday breaks, and exams, Senior boys licked the faculty in the annual basketball contest. Then they turned eyes eagerly toward the spring fling. February brought orders for caps and gowns, graduation announcements. Suddenly it was spring vacation, then Honors Convocation, then our own fand the school's firstj yearbook distribution night, then the PROM! Commencement should have been anti-climactic. But it wasn't. As always, it was the highlight of three high school years. BRIAN BATES: Presideni DANIEL ZEDAN: Vice Presideni' JANET KOSKI: Secretary MARY LOU CONROW: Treasurer ROBERT CAMPBELL CYNTHIA CARDINAL MARYELLEN DARRAH BONIDA DOLLINS PATRICIA DUNHAM DONNA Fence ANDREA GORDON , -14 , SUZANNE GREELEY IQ 5 I lv. -' . ELIZABETH HIBSKY 3' CYNTHIA JONASZ mgwg :Qbq X ROBERT JOYNER ,I Lok: KACHIGIAN N JANICE mos b SANDRA KOBIATA X ,L ,fi Q g 5 si Q Q ,.., in , Q M T f is Y f .W ,f LYNN KREMER I BEVERLY MANKO -. Q MARY MARTZ 1 I I Ist! E V? if f-" ' JUDY MORAVICH ' ' f I KATHY PEGG 'U DENISE THEISEN My KEN ABEL PAT ADAM MIKE ADAMS CATHLEEN ALLPORT JOHN ALMOS fs- I- .f fsefiiff-if JM X dig W si X 'Si' DENNY ANAS WfAA A A -1 PHIL ANDERSON W Q 2+ ':s..s r- ' . TEDDIE ANDERSON KATHLEEN ANKELEIN Sf MARY APPICELLI ' GAY APPIE Jovcs ARcHurowsKi W DEBORAH Asi-IBY iii R PAT AYTES JOAN BALDWIN JOSETTE BALLERT GAYLE BARNES STEVE BARNES NANCY BARR PAUL BARRETT Prestige stamps ixty-niners in first-year pattern For nearly 800 of us, spring day in '66, when we iunior highs to visit. At that Emerson, Whitman, Whittier. Franklin High began one arrived from our respective point we were still thinking But soon enough after Sep- tember we were unified in true Franklin tradition. Our first act of togetherness was the election of class olticers. Jerry Sabo was chosen president. Assisting him were Carol Opland, vice president, Nanci Buckner, secretary, and Mary Lou Conrow, treasurer. Mrs. Arm- itage served as our sponsor, and led us through the selection of Mary Lou Conrow and Wendy Wolfe as our Homecoming princesses. For the first time we had to adjust our study habits to modular scheduling, with its large groups and seminar sessions. First semester grades came as a bit of a iolt to many of us Sophs. Undaunted, we exerted our inde- pendence and imagination by converting the traditional Valentine's Dance to a multi-colored Psychedelic theme. i 1 5 we Y is 'ns S O f 2 s., Nt gi s ..... A A sgsmm gl? ,klk Q: Ami s 3' we git f i 8 W-'if Q s s.wQx 3i-5 "" ,alex ae 'E 'S-1""rv -qu I 2 at Rik L W-gi' I K . i 35. I ii x xx Nw, my-Kfsqzm - f -W 5-:aa 5 'f ity 'If is B' , 1 , - 1 , ' .. .LQ.q.: ., an . Q -hi z-5. E. KAREN BARTELL LESLEY BASSETT BONNIE BAUMAN JANE BAUMGARTEN CAROLYN BEAUDETTE MARK BELTCHENKO COLLEEN BENNETT PETER BENNICK JAMES BERNARD TIM BIELACZYC MARIE BIEN NANCY BILLING DOUG BINGHAM M. DANIEL BIVINS PATRICIA BLACKNEY DEBBIE BLAESING ROBERT BLANK PAM BLANKENSHIP ANNETTE BORDEAU DELORES BORUFF LINDA BOURNE DEBBIE BOWERS JANE BOWERS PAT BOZE JANIS BRANNAN RON BRENDAHL ALISON BRIGGS NANCY BRIGGS LINDA BRINCAT DIANE BRODOSKI DONNA BROUGHMAN PAT BUCKMAN NANCY BUCKNER LINDA BUDIZS MARY BULLION WAYNE BURDETTE CHRIS BURGESS DEBBIE BURGIN SUE BURNS GORDON CADREAU SUE CAIRO MOLLY CALLAHAN JOHN CALZADILLAS HAROLD CAMP JULIE CAMPBELL NANCY CAPPS RICK CARDWELL DON CARLSON DUSTEE CARSON TOM CASH MARY CAUCHI BRUCE CAWETZKA DEBRA CELSKI PAUL CERVENAN BILL CHALDEKAS HERB CHAMBERLAIN BRENDA CHAMBLEE KENT CHASE DEBY CHEANEY DAN CHEPESKA DALE CHISHOLM DAVE CIZMAS JACK CLARK SUE COCHRAN MARK COLE DONNA COLEMAN RON COLEMAN BRIAN COLES DAVE COLLINS JUDY CORLETTO MARK CORMACK PEGGY CORTE KATHY CRAWFORD RON CRISP LINDA CROSBY JUDY CROSS NANCY CROWE KAREN CZAJA MICHELE CZAJKOWSKI LYNN DAIHL GEORGE DALLAS LINDA DANIC DEBRA DARDEN SUSAN DATTILIO JIM DAVIES CHERYL DAVIS SALLY DAVIS MIKE DE BOE DEBBIE DE CORMIER PAUL DE SHANO peeds, speech, April throne crown eniors' initial go Even as Sophs we distinguished ourselves. The tleet feet of Jack Clark and Dave Collins made impres- sions in Cross Country and Track. Carol Opland reigned as First Lady ofthe Presidential. Carol, Mary Lou Conrow and Jill Welch began cheerleading careers as reserves. Music honors at Solo and Ensemble Festival were won by Randy Fotiu, Nancy Kushigian, Frank McTaggart, Beth Shirley, Maura Taormina, Ron Zang, and Bill Donahue. Bill also made State Honors Band and Orchestra. Marsha Rappley scored in forensics, Nancy Kushigian and Chuck Murphy won recognition in debate, Nancy semi-finalled the Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition. Judy Cross and Chris Lang received Physical Education Department awards, Dorothy Pumo was honored for Latin excellence. For Carol Opland, Sophomore year brought o special honor: she is the only Sophomore to have been elected First Lady of the April Presidential. Carol did a victory dance with her President, Don Mooradian. an ws "'-T40 s ri' . .PN ,R E sl, T Ns-'S ... sis fi sem x X x ti' ,..,.s..s.s .s,...s, ., . . - , . F is . A L teh JOHN DEBIEN ANNA DECINA NICALENE DE GRAZIA TlM DELANEY NAOMI DEMERS JOE DEMKO SHAWNEE DENISON F 'Ne- 9 B s is if-arse. sei X s QQ- W-. fi ix N, sue DesJARDiNs -' X 'fb BARBARA DETTAR , JOYCE DIEL BOB DIETZ KATHY DINSER IRENE DITTO rs ss . .-f ' --v DAN DIXON JOHN DOMKA BILL DONAHUE WALT DONDZILA X A' ' ts. tm, 'fr' 4 E CAROL DORAN NANCY DORST MIKE DROST mingle amusement, sport with complexities Our magic middle-year began with Linda Larson as the exotic genie rising from our Homecoming float of "Aladdin's Lamp." Olticers elected the previous spring included Peter Mac- Lean, president, Brian Bates, vice-president, Charles Murphy, secretary, Cynthia Cardinal, treasurer. Carol Opland and Pat Lissandrello represented our class on the Homecoming Court. Andrea Gordon and Bob Santilli reigned as Daisy Mae and L'il Abner at Sadie Hawkins. Dave Collins and Jack Clark con- tinued to burn up the Cross Country trails, with Jack voted "most valuable" on the team. Frank Rekieta received a similar honor in wrestling and made the All-League team. Carol Opland, Mary Lou Conrow and Jill Welch moved up to varsity cheer- leading, ioined by Maura Taormina. Pat Marsh, Kathy Pegg, Barb Pehrson, and Bonida Dollins were reserves. Getting class rings added iust the right touch to our Christmas memories. Bill Donahue, ragged and freckled, ioined in the spirit and fun of the annual Sadie Hawkins dance, which was one of our successful Junior-year proiects. Rx than slfii l xr, .. CHARLES DUNCAN CHERRI DUTTON STEVE DYGERT NANCY EATON LOIS EDFORD DIANNA ELLWARD PAUL ELSEY SAM EPLEY JIM ERICKSON MARGARET ERICSON FRED ESKEW CHRIS ESTLUND MIKE ETUE DOREEN EVASKUS SHAUNA EVERINGHAM EDWARD FAIRFIELD ROBERT FARROW JEFF FEDORSKY ELLEN FERENSIC GAYLE FERGUSON MARLENE FERKOVICH FRANCES FINKELSTINE DENNIS FISHER BOB FIXLER KATHY FLANNIGAN JOHN FLOYD SCOTT FOBBE CHARLES FOLEY MARGARET FORD RANDY FOTIU SALLY FOX LARRY FRAZIER GLORIA FROST COLETTE FRY ANN FUGAZZI PAT FUHRMAN LAURA FULLER GEORGE FUNK BEVERLY GAABO DENISE GANNAGE BARBARA GARBUTT KEITH GARVEY SUZANNE GASSEL MARY GAUTHIER JAMES GAZAREK DANIEL GEIGER MARY BETH GIENTKE CHARLES GIES JOE GIRARDIN LINDA GIRARDIN ERNEST GODLEWSKI GRETCHEN GOEHMANN STEWART GOETZ MIKE GOLDMAN JOE GOMEZ STEPHANIE GORDON BEVERLY GORNALL THOMAS GRAHAM DEBRA GRAVELLE JACQUELINE GREENE DOUGLAS GRESS SALLY GRIBBLE RALPH GRIFFIN RANDY GRIMES LESLIE GRODE SUE HAACK KATHY HACKETT GEORGE HADDAD JULIE HADDAD KAREN HALL ik ff' -'TL"' si ,AQ I 'N -W h' X3-am? v:is1m:.1w- --A- :f:r,:wP:,I-fvw-- I . -I NQK, E ih: ffv - Wi .-,-I q i A I I A f " A Q IIEE ir ,ii Q 4. Us ... S QI Q, W. .fi ,A -V' :5ffs5:x5?f:?5555Zs ' -1- J 1'?'--Slgiikiziwws. .. I ,., , 535 1: 1: -wk Xfsfgm:eg1:QfIEinIA35f2s2I:2msm-wk Q N 'U' A , Mig 'x Qi F 1 ie x YN M N 'J . I ".. E. if Ie U I Ii wi S I K 4 awe :ing -M -NASE Em, ,J .K FI IB I Q Q 3 5 . - F 'Q -'uf We Class officers Peter MacLean, Mary Lou Conrow, Brian Bates, with Carol Opland, greeted guests at our Junior Prom, Soir d'Amor. The round library was iust the right spot tor this January event. VICKIE HALTOM DONNA HANLON ALLYN HARPER JEANINE HARPER MICHELE HARRINGTON Douc HARRIS N i PAT HARRIS gg DOUGLAS HARRISON Q.. TIM HARTGE CHARLENE HARTMANN ELAINE HARTSELL MARK HAVLENA PATRICIA HAWKS CONNIE HAYMAKER CAROL HAYNES Dancing toes, dressy clothes lighten enior-bound burdens Social highlight of our Junior year came at the end of January, with the mid-semester Prom, Soir d'Amor. True to romance, we gauzed and flowered the walls. Awards were plentiful, too. Repeating music, honors at Instrumental Solo and Ensemble Festival were Bill Donahue, Nancy Kushigian, Frank McTaggart, Beth Shirley, Ron Zang. New winners were Dan Chepeska, Patt Dunham, Jill Welch, John Zimmerly. Carol Oplancl received a scholarship to National Music Camp. Beth Shirley summered with Musical Youth International. '- sue HEAD PETER HEIKKINEN GARY HELISEK GLORIA HIDDINGS 'v em -1 iw- Rf ' viisi .J Ee as is :IQ , 0-U ' il H3-as gi? ? I 5 1: CRAIG HILL eniors stage annual drama in solid gold production Just before Easter of our Junior Year we had our first chance at a purely class play. With Mr. Waller directing we presented The Solid Gold Cadillac. Cast members and committees enioyed this spoof of corpora- tion efficiency as much as the two-night audiences. Nancy Kushigian was semi-finalist for the second time in Michigan State Mathematics Prize competition. Harold Camp attended Summer Mathematics Institute. Leslie Rusch, Mary Pachol, Diane Thill, Annette Villad and Bill Thomas were honored in Scholastic Art competition. KAREN HILVING FRANK HINZMAN JOHN HOCHSTADT JANIS HOFF KATHRYN HOLMAN DONALD HOLZINGER JANET HORGAN DEBRA HORTON LARRY HOSKINS ROBERTA HOUSE - --.ws-EfsEas,f,k - Always the perfect secretary, Marsha Rappley catered to every whim of her boss, Dan Zedan, as her role in The Solid Gold Cadillac de- manded. This was our Junior year play, presented in early spring. 'JSE' CHARLES HOWARD Q .L Y q:,, S, JOHN HOWELL SXSW jk, K so A ' X GREGORY HRBAL W fr' ., " ' 12. DAVE HUDYMA s y ii . A GREGORY HUEGEL Qixis tri ' ..., ill iw .-sill .2 I ja ,ff i I I , , if 6 J A I x , 1 ,H KARL HULTQUIST DEBBIE HUNTER JAY HUSTEAD KAY HUSTEAD ANDREW HYLAND l . it i.s A' CL. U QS 'Sf' Q I 2 x. W" A X X rs .C ff HSS: X 552 K, X V .E .fryik - is X A G . 4 4, . I , ,-" A K ' I iseifw J'-sm s 'ixs 1 qv' 1,12 .1 . .I I A ig 'f I ff Saafiisl 'L'- If SA sl 5 gf Q ii E X i I J si Y.2'3V' JOSEPH HYMES GLEN HYSELL SUSAN IVANKOVICH JOAN JAY DIANE JENKINS DIANE JONES MARK JONES SCOTT JONES WILLIAM JOSLIN DENNIS JUDGE JEAN JUNTUNEN DANNY KANDAH PAM KANIEWSKI SHARAN KASSIR KIM KENDALL LEE KIERDORF PEGGY KILGORE DARIA KILLINGER LINDA K1MMncK Juoma KmwAN JOANNE Knsuewskl cARoLvN KNIGHT nm KNQLL cn-mls KNunseN cn-mls Kopv MARC KOWALCZYK JOAN KOWALEWSKI PATRICIA KRESKI NANCY KUSHIGIAN DENNISLKUSZA CHRISTOPHER LANG DIANE LANTTO PATRICE LA PYRNE CHARLES LARABELL MARTHA LARKIN THOMAS LARSEN LINDA LARSON ANDREA LAVIN MICHELE LAW BEVERLY LE BLANC ROBIN LE PLA RICHARD LEE ARCHIE LEIB DEBORAH LHAMON RICKY LINDSAY MICHAEL LINDSTROM CAROL LINN IRENE LIRETTE MICHAEL LISSANDRELLO PATRICIA LISSANDRELLO DALE LISTON PAUL LITTKE CHRIS LITTLE JUDY LITTLE BRIAN LIVELY DOUGLAS LO-CKEY HAROLD LOFTON DALE LOGAN MARY LOGAN DONNA LORD GARTH LEWIS LINDA LOWRY MARSHA LUCAS BRADFORD LYONS PAM LYONS ANTHONY MAC PETER MczcLEAN WILLIAM MACKENROTH MIKE MAHAR JOHN MALONEY JEFFREY MALZAHN PATRICIA MARQUETTE PATRICIA MARSH ROBERT MARTZOLFF JOSEPH MASHNI CHRISTOPHER MASLAK MARK MASLAK CHERI MAYLE SANDRA MCCAFFREY SUSAN MCCAFFREY GARY MCFARLAND WILLIAM McGHEE DAVID MCINTOSH MICHAEL MCINTYRE MICHAEL MCKEION CHARLENE McLEAN DENNIS McLEAN JAMES MCMULLEN KATHRYN MCMURTREY FRANK MCTAGGART I J .. . 2 f -si. , y are A s g I g ay 1" I fy I- y wilt Bouquets of spring honors mark arrival of enior-hood As our Junior year rounded into spring, interest turned to elections. Brian Bates, Dan Zedan, Jan Koski, and Mary Lou won offices for our cIass's Senior year. Named to head Student Council for 1968-69 were John Towlerton, president, Bob Rogalski, vice-president, Linda Larson, secretary and Mike Hall, treasurer. Mary Gauthier received the Latin award, Frances Finkelstine and Diane Oliverio were Library Science winners. Twenty of us received All-School Activity pins. Exchange students included Patricia Buckman, Vicki Haltom, Dorothy Pumo, Elaine Stanley. At Boys' State were Robert Campbell, Robert Joyner, Chris Lang, Brad Lyons, Bob Rogalski, and Dan Zedan. Winners take the roses! John Towlerton was the winner - of the spring- time elections for Student Council president for Senior year, The roses he's holding were for Bunnie Dollins, Homecoming Queen. enior year begins with fun, Homecoming 1968 brought its special memories. Queen Bunnie Doliins was introduced of half-time of the Football game, flanked ileftl by Port Dunham and Sue Phillips. Our Senior float, "Smokey Bear", re- quired some Iusf-minute haf odiustmenfs from the school roof. Homecoming preparations CHARLES MEIER JANINE MICALLEF DENISE MICHAEL WILLIAM MICHELS EDWARD MIKA LINDA MILLER MARILYN MILLER RICHARD MILLER ROBERT MILLER WILLIAM MILLER GARY MINER LINDA MINIELLY MICHELE MIQUELON DAVID MITCHELL DAVID S. MITCHELL DEBORAH MITCHELL KAY MITCHELL GUY MONTFORD MITCHEL MONTVILLE ROBERT MOORADIAN Q., X rx xo? :I -WQN ix is mi Wei was X wwf-sw-xml-X 5- I I sw. il MARGARET MOORE MICHAEL T. MOORE NANCY MORGAN TIMOTHY MORRIS MARIANNE MOSS KAREN MOYLAN PATRICIA MUELLER TERRY MUELLER JAMES MULDER CHARLES MURPHY EDWARD MURZIN LORAINE MYERS PATRICK NAEL PATRICIA NELSON GREG NEVILLE DAVID NEWCOMBE MICHAEL NEWMAN HOLLY NICHOLAS DAVID NICHOLS SANDRA NICKATOOK KATHY JOYCE NOUHAN A COLLEEN OVBRYAN CATHERINE O'CONNOR MICHAEL O'NEIL MICHAEL O'SULI.IVAN .IANICE OLIVER DIANE OLIVERIO THOMAS OLST CLIFFORD OPALEWSKI CAROL OPLAND DIANE ORMSBY MARY PACHOL ROGER PAISON Seniors celebrate successes with good taste, high spirit ln spite of our distaste of national politics during the summer, our dislike for the Viet Nam war, we man- aged to be high-school-happy in an old-fashioned way whenever a proper occasion presented itself: such as the November Saturday when our Patriots defeated cross- town rival Bentley at football. Great day for Patriots! Another kind of patriotism was proven by our eager interest in the national elections. Although our votes didn't count, we did have an election in school on No- vember 5, with Mr. Humphrey defeating Mr. Nixon, who in reality was elected President of the United States. And we instituted SPI lStudents for Political Involvementj to keep up with current political development. KATHY PANICCI GARY PARSONS WILLIAM PARSONS MARTIN PATYNA ALAN PAUL JIM PEACE BARB PEHRSON TOM PELLERITO JOHN PELLETIER BONITA LOUISE PENNINGTON ROB PETERS ANN PETERSON LINDA PETRAIT ROBERT PETRIE SUE PHILLIPS BRENDA PIERCE GARY PIERCE DANIEL POTTER : Z cz rf 'U O 2 I'Y1 I' I- I . I Tiff I 5 'lb s 'N S .', L ' ,Q --Q ss X E' ' -"' LL::: r t , 3 .1 CHRIS PRENDERGAST Spaghetti and trimmings waited for the whole football team after their Homecoming victory over Oak Park. The meal was prepared and served by the mother of Bob Santilli, one of the players. ,,, ,.g:, ,.: s s :Wai , SZ' fa x +2 is is it is it KAREN PRENTICE SUSAN PRIEST DAVID PRIMEAU FRANK PRINCE PAM PRITULA MARY PROVENZOLA DOROTHY PUMO RICHARD PUPARD JIM PUROL CAROL RADER BILL RAMSEY MARSHA RAPPLEY CHUCK RASMUSSEN RICHARD REDOUTEY ROBERT REDOUTEY LARRY REED BONNIE REETER FRANK REKIETA JIM REPKA PAT RICHARDS MARK RICHARDSON STEVE RICHARD DEL RILEY CHARLES RITTER RUTH ROBERTS DAVID ROBERTSON THERESA ROBINSON VICTORIA RODDE BOB ROGALSKI GEORGE ROGERS NEIL ROGERS GERALD ROGERS VONDA ROGERS LAURA ROSATI JAN ROSENBERG II S7- T' 2- , 'X fp I-I-.1 , . qv-- .RC I M ip. 2 ' :II .uf ..f. i Ig ' .f 'TF' V S5119 :v5'l'fi5?'f II Q Q A 'P' I . TX ? II II h A YM' . : . sip I gd -' 'I73 MARK ROSENTHAL KATHRYN ROSINSKI KATHY ROSKO SUSAN ROSS JAY RUBENS LESLIE RUSCH RICK RYNICKI LINDA SABDO GERALD SABO LINDA SAILOR JIM SALTER RON SANBORN RENEE SANDELL BOB SANDERS BOB SANTILLI ANN MARIE SAPLIS DEBORAH SAWICKI GARY SAYN LYNN SAYOTOVICH RONALD SCHEBEL MARION SCHECK DON SCHEI THOMAS SCHICK CAROL SCHILLER TERRY SCHMALTZ CRAIG SCHMEISSER KATHLEEN SCHMOKER ARLENE SCHNEIDER TIM SCHOENHEIDE MICHAEL SCHWEIM MICHAEL SCOFIELD JOY SCOTT JIM SCUSSEL DIANE SEARS CHUCK SELKE fs X 'L - P5 IQ I - If 7: Q 43 'Wm V1 Q J s . Talents took many shapes. With Chris Burgess, music was always a favorite. He played trumpet and French horn in band. Mike Mclntyre employed puppeteering in his skit for German class. Classroom actions harmonize in Full enior calendar DIANNE SELLERS KATHY SHANKS BILL SHARP MARGE SHAUGHNESSY BLAINE SHELDON BETH SHIRLEY KAT-HY SHOEBRIDGE GAIL SHUELL MICHAEL SIBEL DIANA SILVA DON SIZEMORE CATHY SLATE MIKE SLAVIN I SANDRA SLOCUM TRISHA SLOWEY ,ivfmllx I 4 1 At BERNARD SMITH DAVID SMITH DEBORAH SMITH PEGGY SMITH ROBERT SMITH JOANNE sMuK S9 i t V R R DOUG SNOWDEN GARY soGGs , ' LARRY SOUTHERN E CAROL SOWA CAROL SOWDERS KAREN SPEHAR SANDRA SPENCER JENNETTE SPICA VICKI SPRADER Gs -33 5 l Q . .1 , E RICK SPRINGER "J PENNY STACK gi Y A if JAN STAAL .Q Z DOUGLAS STANLEY 2 - LX C ELAINE STANLEY 1 LINDA STAUP i t SHELIA STEARNS R f ry S GREG STEFANIK 'ff-A JANICE STEVENS A:'L L A JACK STEWART l eniors humble teacher team 76 in annual court meeting Dressing up and dressing down are both traditional parts of the Senior- Faculty games. Cheerleaders for the event included Sandy Kobiata, Wendy Wallace, Jeanine Micollef, Donna Hanlon, Linda Larson, Kathy Pegg, Pat Boze, Mary Martz, Pat Buckman, Bob Joyner, Lesley Bassett, Annette Bordeau, Monica Wehby, and Linda Bourne, KATHLEEN STEWART PATRICIA STOCK DANIEL STOLARCZK DENISE STORY SUE STOUT GREGORY STUBBS DOUG SUTTON JOHN SVEC BOB SYMONS ANDREA SYZMANSKI TRACIE TAGAMI DEBBI TANNEHILL MAURA TAORMINA JOSEPH TAYLOR PAT TAYLOR MARK TERRY SHARYL THIESMEYER DIANE THILL KRIS THOMAS BILL THOMAS DEBORAH THOMPSON JOHN THOMPSON LAYNE THOMPSON STEPHEN THOMPSON JOANNE THORNE BARBARA THORNE ALICE TITHOF DENNIS TOCHMAN TANICE TONDA JOHN TOWLERTON JIM TRO-SIN DONALD TUJAKA MATTHEW TUNG MARY TURCOTTE BETTY TURNER ,. . , , . ., . ,MES .B XT I 'I ' 7 ' . :Swv . -.-' :-Vi.-. , , .,,., ...Ch , -S x g- iff : :-- 5, . 13 'S - .: Qi 5 I X A 3 ZTIT wx A gf i 1 I I 4 5' 2' XX af X I ' , 'Q ' ." , ' VERNON TURNER EVELYN URBANSKI KATHY VAN POPERIN WENDY VAN RHEE CHARLES VAN RIPER GARY VANDENBERG EDWARD VANECEK GERRIE VANTASSEL STEVE VANTUYL ROBERT VAUGHN CAROL VELLA JACK VERNIER GLORIA VERNON ANNETTE VILLAD KENNETH VITALE JAN WAGNER LYNN WAGNER PAT WALING KATHY WALLACE WENDY WALLACE DEBRA WARD THOMAS WARD SUZANNE WARING CHET WASILEWSKI JANET WATKINS STEVE WATKINS CLIFFORD WATSON DENNIS WATSON SUSAN WATT TOM WDOWIAK LYNN WEBBER MONICA WEHBY GRETCHEN WEIR CHERYL WELCH JILL WELCH I sz' . 5, N 7 Y s X is ' if A ii LINDA WENDT LARRY WENGLE LENNY WEST BENNY WHITE CHARLES WHITE DANIEL WHITE KAREN WHITE LEIGH WHITEMAN LAURIE WIDAK TERRY WIECZOREK CHARLES WIGGINS RICHARD WIGHT as iw? was MICHELE WILDER SUE WILKINSON GINETTE WILLIAMS sh. Qs LINDA WILLIAMS PAT WILLIAMSON CHRIS WILSON Honors Convocation is one of the dignified year-end events for Seniors Cond for other classes, tooi. Senior Class President Brian Bates was honored by Assistant Principal J. D. Wright. NANCY WILSON PAT WILSON With graduation approaching eniors count blessings When the score cards have all been toted up this spring of 1969, our Senior class will show an impressive record. National Merit Semitinalits Dale Chisholm was co-honored with three winners of the Latter of Commen- dation: Keith Garvey, Dorothy Pumo, and Sue Stout. Nine of our class were semifinalists in Michigan State Mathe- matics Prize Competition: Lesley Bassett, Harold Camp, Dale Chisholm, Mary Gauthier, Sally Gribble, Robert Joyner, Dorothy Pumo, C Rasmussen, Don Sizemore. During second semester five new exchange students came to Franklin: Claudio Carpinelli, Paulo Correa, Luis Croce, Beatrice Tomalino, and Ana Undurraga. February I3 and I4 were the dates of our class play, The Curious Savage., directed by Mrs. Perryman. Early in the fall we had elected Bunnie Dollins, Patt Dunham and Sue Phillips to the Homecoming Court. Bunnie was later selected by all-school vote as Queen. SUE WILSON TOM WILSON TAMMY WINTERS PAT WITULSKI DARLENE WOHLBERG WENDY WOLF KAREN WOLLENS JUDY YANKOVICH RUTH ANN YARD DEBBIE YEAGER DAVID YOSHIKAWA LOUIS YOUNG MARGARET YOUNGE LARRY YOUNT RON ZANG CATHY ZINI STEVEN ZENTZ JOAN ZEVCHAK RALPH ZEWICKE HARLEN ZIEGENHAGEN JEANETTE ZIEGLER JOHN ZIMMERLY ALAN ZSENYUK I ILLSEE IJSLTS ' - ,., H - 'V 'I' ' A!7ESiEi59l5T k ' i ' if f , ,-A W - " ' 5 I I is-A 5 wg? 2 f, ' A.,-43's Itz . in ,,,... fSeniors not picfured:J JAMES ALEXANDER HENRY ALUBOWICZ DUANE BAU DAVID BLASSINGAME WARREN BROWNE TERRENCE CAMPION CLAUDIO CARPINELLI DEBRA CENZER CHARLES COLLINS JOHN COOK KEVIN COSEO LUIS CROCE CHARLES DAUGHERTY LYLE DECHERT WILLIAM DES JARDINS JACK DOBSON LYNN DODDS JOANNE DIPLOCK DAVID DUDENHOFER RICHARD' DUMONT BONNIE FALLOIW LINDA GADSBY KENNETH GARDNER JEFF GEPPERT ROBERT GOMON PATRICK BROBNAGGER SHARON GUAJARDO JAMES GYSEL RICHARD HADDELL LAWRENCE HARPER SAMUEL HADDAD MARY HILL LEE HUNTLEY GARY INGBER JOHN KENDRA JAMES LAMBDIN CHRIS LAMPARD GARRY LORUSS JAMES Mc1cDONALD CHARLES MAHOIAN PAUL MALPASS THOMAS MARTIN DEBORAH MATEJCIK MARC MAURUS JULIA MAZURO EVELYN MILLS MARY ELLEN NOAKES JERRY ORZECHOWSKI RICK PADGETT JOHN PARE DEAN PAWLAK GARY PENNYBAKER JOHN PESANT JUDY POAG RICHARD PORTEUS JAMES POWELL RICHARD PRINGLE THOMAS PURCELL LANCE RICHARDS CHRIS ROY JOHN RUDNICKI LEO RYBA RONALD SAELZER MICHAEL SCHAWINSKY ROBERT SCHILLING JAMES SCYPHERS CRAIG SHERWOOD BRUCE SHOTT GARY SICA PATRICIA SICARD PAMELA SOBIESKI BONNIE THOMAS BEATRIZ TOMALINO TOM TUCKER ANA UNDERRAGA GARY WALLMAN LOWELL WARREN JIM WHITTON SHIRLEY WOODS DAN ZAWLOCKI Graduaies of 1969 were just as excifed about Commencement I as all of the classes that preceded ihem had been Decorated 0 cars In ihe parking lof and arms raised In a Halleluluh , l vintage 1969 were typncal June scenes mingle on Commencement night Franklinites pledge patronage, spark explosion of community interests -1' ,N . ,. f. I WL f I ""'Q' : 1. W A bf I ' Q aw v Q X fkfwzggf . I wifi 5 ' ' I I I 1 wiki-xgit-xg-4'L-h.f N . A , x I .Z .4 ,l f I ,Q ,, '-l -gf I e X 4. , .. I ' YY W: NT ,IA f .af Seniors Archie Leib, Dove Yoshikawcl and Bob San tiIIi checked out fhe new Iine of 1969 cars in a occ: cxuo ec: ers s owroom. I I 1 d I ' I'1 Enjoying the delicious delicacies offered by Daly Drive-In were Cindy Joncsz and Garth Louis. Daly Drive-In 3l500 Plymouth Road Livonia, Michigan 427-4474 "Get the Daly Habit" H R Terryberry Co. Grand Rapids Michigan h g s be 'P med to be ihe quesiion in the m of Sopho P J es and Freida Corletfo, Li1'1'le Caesar's Pizza Treai' 8992 Merriman Road Westland, Michigan Eat pizza at Franklin's Piz . . 2 ' Aul1"s Mobil Service 31301 Plymouth Road 421-9773 Buy Mobil and be sure. . was ., X is i fs sas E to is K s, if oioo Kooo s An expression of anticipation filled Anna Decinq's face Q5 Many Curiosities can be found at French's Flowers and Gifts: Chris she thoughtfully chose a dress for her "big night." JOVTGSZ enl0Yed its Uniqueness While browsing- Ge-Ge's Bridal-Millinery Shop French's Flowers and Gifts 33191 Plymouth Road 422-2100 33641 W. Five Mile Road 427-7820 Bulten Smith Office Supplies 33115 Plymouth Roold 425-3480 School supplies for the ready-mode scholar, Gary Medlcfnd, were found of Bulten Smith Office Supplies at Sheldon. who said we need graduates at MBT . who ever it was... is fight. I We need lots of them all over the state. Because they're very important persons at Michigan Bell. And handle a lot of respon- sible jobs . . . like Telephone Operators, Typists, Keypunch Operators, Service Representatives, and many more. We're sure you've got the special talents these jobs require. So if you want to be involved in the exciting field of telephone communications, now's the time to take advantage of a good opportunity. Be sure to stop by and see us soon. M Michigan Bell ff- ' ' H cpe' S gl S ' Part ofthe Nationwide Bell System An Equal Opportunity Employer 28370 Joy Road 427-2130 SQ 4 , 1-1 4.,:,A Stop at BURGER KING g Home of the wHoPPeR 131 FrankIin's own restaurant For GRADUATING CLASS OF JUNE 1969 Address FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL GOOD LUCK 60155 GOODWILL 60Cc SUCCESS 6055 WORK qs Gd 240cc Sig: Take one tectspoonful cts needed during your lifetime. suv-me mzuos 28350 Joy Rd. Refill ANY Times Mai Theater Phone 421-2090 Livonia, Mach. Date NOW 33330 Plymouth Mood KE. 4-6400 Pharmacists: Len and Jim Dr. HAPPINESS Chester G. Moore The home sales tour is an extra you get with Harrison - Moore. This tour enables every mem- ber of the sales staff to physically inspect every property that comes into the office. After actually seeing the property they .7Ae Jlarridon- oore gory... is one that typifies our American Heritage. lts formation not only merged two established Detroit families of long standing but also combined their many years of experience and know how in the real estate and mortgage field. They are recognized today as one of the leading realtors in the Wayne County, Oakland County area. Even from the begin- ning their success was rapid and their growth was steady. They now operate three offices. Harrison-Moore's newest building pictured be- low is considered to be a model of the real estate office of the future. This building was made possible by the confidence placed in the Harrison-Moore Company by the people in the communities they serve. The Home Sales Tour HRM: . . , V - ' M35-J . H t V- , - DREW' . .... . 1w4mtJrn.wmmMW,,meiW,,'.s,.:...s.... . f , f fha Dan B. Harrison are able to speak more intelligently and to quote facts more authoritative- ly to prospective pur- chasers. This enables every Harrison - Moore salesperson to select a home fully suited to the buyers individual needs. A Well Trained Active Sales Force When you have found the home you have been searching for, you will be amazed at the ease with which your purchase is completed, from the time of your initial deposit until you are handed the keys. We pride ourserves at Harrison-Moore in giving you the feeling that "We Care" The growth and success the Harrison-Moore Realty has experienced and enjoyed over these years can rightfully be shared by its many home owners and associates . . . for without their loyalty . . . without their criticism . . . and most assuredly-without their praise the Harrison- Moore Story could not be told. agraaling more lzouded locally than any other firm 7, HARRISDN-MDORE REALTY 0 THREE MODERN, WELL LOCATED OFFICES T0 SERVE You y i z Detroit Dearborn Livonia R CHQHPRS g 19640 Grand River 23908 Van Born Road 27790 Plymouth Rd. bo? Just West of Outer Drive Near Telegraph Just West of lnkster Road 19 Detroit, Michigan 48223 Dearborn Heights, Mich. Livonia, Michigan 255-0900 LO 3-1320 GA 7-9030 KE 2-0404 Livonia Nahonal Bank 421 -82-82 if For speedy prescriptions Dunn-Pharmacy Rexall Drug Store can fulfill your needs promptly, 9 A.M. to 10:30 P.M. Free prescriptions delivery in Livonia only. Dunn Pharmacy 32139 Plymouth Road GA 1-7680 W I 3 Seniors Dave Yoshikawa and Archie Leib examined some of ihe line qualities offered by the Ford Mustang Cobra Jet. Bill Brown Ford 32222 Plymouth Road 421-7000 :Q ' sw' In W- M f H John's Drive-ln Cleaners .lay Real Estate 29175 Plymouth Rooud 427-4880 27850 Plymouth Road 425-1500 H '1,. 7' Q T 1 159 of XX 'L . 5, -f f: f'4,f-S,,- .... I, -: - ,gt - - . JN K X M - 5 - '- - f , 5 as 1 1 535 "': oaoa, g . ,,,ii ..k, b'N:b" , X EARIN ,Hows F Simca 2612630 aug 'Vox WW 291'263lllllB Framed by flowers as pretty as herselF,Diune Lenort thought- fully prepared Q beautiful arrangement in her mind. Audivox of Wonderland Merri-Craft Florist 29837 Plymouth Rocld 261-2630 13955 Merriman 427-1410 does your future fit with our future? bookkeeper stenographer typist file clerk business machine operator receptionist accountant auditor financial analyst teller customer relations representative branch manager computer technician programmer engineer tour guide security guard loan interviewer investment specialist credit analyst lawyer personnel inter- telephone operator librarian department manager executive administrator purchasing agent trust specialist pension expert traveling bank representative marketing manager systems analyst market researcher Ioan adjustor trust adminis- trator credit investigator trust analyst mortgage advisor property appraiser. It takes people with all of these talents-and many more-to operate NBD largest bank in Michigan. When you ve finished your schooling and are ready for employment come in and find out if your future fits with our future. Apply in person Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Employment Division Main Floor Woodward at Fort. NATIONAL BANK OF DETROIT l l l Y l I viewer, training instructor, teletype operator, l ! 1 5 I Y ! l i y j 't'i g l We 1 tw Q. .t .,,,,, by 1 4 Lf at is mia J . ' ,..' "T f -Q tf-rf- rsz.' 1 '.r-'--"f '1"" .P . . ....i5. ...tt 4. DlNlNG ROOM 1 ?oc6af5'2wf6iIl1tf Moelke Realty Insurance Big Boy Drive-In Restaurant 32112 Plymouth Roocl 425-1600 KE. 5-8800 33427 Plymouth Rodd 421-4349 u . . , . . .- .9- 1? .,,Zf5',-,Z - - Lm.L Q .,,. .. f , .....,,.-1f ..--My -- 5 'svn - ...........a- wlzffwgl lily? wi Tiff N.'1af55 . ""x Fine service was offered by Franklin alumna Lauren Kowolchuk as she handed Judy Cross her finished porfraiis, ready for iroding. H. A. Powell Sfuclios 28855 Plymouth Road 427-0640 i LIVUHIH BHHHUH MWGAN DEPARTMENT OF STATE .lerry Raymond 31707 Plymouth Road B.J Plymouth's Road Runner was out to win over Senior Sandy Kobiata, Mary Ellen Martz, and Donna Felice. . Radigan Chrysler, Plymouth 30777 Plymouth 425-5800 1 .ii GA 2-6074 Ben's Corner employees, Steve Burke and Vince Grunas, gained experi- ence in retailing by aiding students in their school purchases. Ben's Corner Franklin High School . ,,. 'sf ,Q ig: - 1 .. 2 "':, 'i . " ' E 'l il 5 1 E 3 S3 gg 5 5 3.5 gf? is Q it E YE 51553 S5 ! gi Q gif-,EE ,, ZQQQQQEQQ ggiggigigi gggixf-l gil gi Q a n wa ' fi X ,S 515, ig wa , ,gg 2. gi. it 0 1 r ee .... 2 we - -. 1: K Q -b 3 I I L 9 :gf If , gi , S Ji - 212 1 F I 7: X -if x is A ' . fi , fat : ti-5 Q. fi M1 l l- Sigigigitliieiiiiegg 525535 55 ii lege, 'mi m i E55 gliftiig avi ESP 5 Qifiifii Ss? s5gg,!,f ,s? gK?ei i? E? 331 5525 ltiigizigrr E Q Q5l ' gE. 5f?f'3?3gE'1g S22 " EE ilisi giiigfi f F Ms li EZ Z all i 325' ,gif ifx'2'f?'l a 5fiF2- isi giiiifpf, 52552 E 'tif 2' 7 V 2 sig? S g i :Si l t 253353 E551 if Szlsiiiig g giyiig iiig g gig sisg gg sg?Eig25 f55g5'E. 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X 3 R if wik i :55R?ii?"9i e'fSES'fsf5-fM?av3:Si5 r if 3' 9 f ' Z ' .-is Q 4f:TQ'?5is?f? w -,igiz ieciw f ez? 34110 Plymo Service with a smile was up the ff Wm lm .KXTUE bill for one of h --1.x Burger Chef uth Road 425-4140 olTered by Ken Abel as he totaled is favorite Burger Chef customers. . 1 IIRXXLE RW: fs" X S S Hal's Super Shell "Lube Experts - Member Allstat Shell Products" e Motor Club U-HAUL TRUCKS 29424 Ann Arbor Trail AND TRAILERS Westland, Michigan 421 -9098 421-9898 f Camelot Coiffures 8037 Middlebelt Road 425-9430 B. 81 B. DRUGS 28287 Plymouth Road 421-4070 LIL' DUTCH PANTRY 29076 Plymouth Road 427-7790 GUERNSEY FARMS DAIRY 8276 Merriman Road 261-7430 GORDON'S BARBER SHOP 27544 Plymouth Road 261-4444 CHUCK'S BARBER SHOP 11445 Arden Livonia, Michigan GLEAM AUTO WASH CORP. 29067 Plymouth Road 427-5453 GELL'S SPORTING GOODS 29215 Plymouth Road 427-0750 CARDWELL FLORIST 27788 Plymouth Road 421-3567 PHILLIPPI SERVICE 28651 Plymouth Road 421-9625 BUCKINGHAM MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR 27476 Schoolcraft 425-2860 BEN FRANKLIN VARIETY STORE 31505 Joy Road 422-6020 WONDERLAND BARBER SHOP 29853 Plymouth Road 261-6616 WONDERLAND CENTER BEAUTY SALON 29847 Plymouth Road 427-0850 WONDERLAND LANES 28455 Plymouth Road 427-1060 Michigan Prize A Abel, Ken . . . 12O,121,158,195 German Club 2, Earth Science Club 2, Psychology Club 3, Intramural Basket- ball 2,3: Cross Country 2,3: Swimming 1, Track 1,2,3 Adam, Patricia . . . 158 Adams, Mike . . , 158 Alexander, James . . , not pictured Allport, Cathleen . . . 158 Almos, John . . . 158 Alubowicz, Henry . . . not pictured Anas, Dennis . . . 158 Psychology Club 3, SPI 3: Swimming Instructor for Blind Children 2 Anderson, Phil . . . 88,90,15B Ottice Assistant 3: Ski Club 1, All- School Play 2,3, Class Play 2,3, Talent Show Lighting 2,3, Franklin Players 2, Camera Club 1, Psychology Club 3, Wrestling 1, Maaie Honors l,2,:i Anderson, Teddie . . . 23,26,78,90,158 Audio-Visual Aide 2.3: Ottice Assistant 2: All-School Play 3, Senior Play: Ger- man Club 3, Bel Canto 1,2,3, Music Honors 1,2,3, Activities Award 3, Mc- Kinley Proiect 2 Ankelein, Kathleen . . . 158 Appicelli, Mary . . . 85,158 Student Council 2,3, Class Council 1, Co-op 3, Girls' Chorale 2,3, Music Honors 2 Apple, Gay . . . 84,158 International Club 1,2: All-School Play 1, Junior Play, Spanish Club 1 Archer, Tim . . . not pictured Archutowski, Joyce . . . 158 Ashby, Deborah . . . 26,90,158 Aytes, Patricia . . . isa Otfice Assistant 2,3, Future Nurses Club 1,2: French Club 2 B Baldwin, Joan . . . 158 Gym Assistant 2: Ottice Assistant 2,35 Girls' Chorale 2: GAA 1, Intramurals: Badminton, Volleyball 1, Competitive swimming l,2 Ballert, Josette . . . B6,15S Class Council 1, Ski Club 1, Band 1,2 Barnes, Gayle . . . isa Class Council 2, International Club 1, Ski Club 1,2, Spanish Club 1 Barnes, Steven . . . 85,158 Audio-Visual Aide 2,3: Co-op 3 Barr, Nancy , . . 95,127,158 Spanish Club 2, Aqualites 1,3, GAA 1, Competitive Swimming 1,2,3 Ski Club 2,3: All-School Play 3: Junior Play, Band 1,2,3, Marching Bond 1,2,3, Orchestra 1,2,3, Activities Award 3 Blackney, Patricia . . . 89,159 Blaesing, Deborah . . . 8,16,77,80,90,159 Blank, Robert . . . 159 Ski Club 2,3 Blankenship, Pam . . . 159 Blassingame, Dave . . . not pictured Bordeau, Annette . . . 93,127,159,176 Borutt, Delores . . . 159 Bourne, Linda , . . 24,159,176 International Club 1,2, Ski Club 1,2, GAA 1: Intramural Volleyball 1 Bowers, Deborah , . . 46,B9,159 Bowers, Jane . . . 89,159 Boze, Patricia . . . 159,176 Brannon, Janis . . . 159 Brendahl, Ronald , . . 159 Briggs, Alison , . . 159 Briggs, Nancy . . . 72,73,77,159 Class Council 1, Office Assistant 3, Student Librarian 1, International Club 3: All-School PIOY 3: Yearbook 2,3: Psychology Club 3: Competitive Field Hockey 1,2, Intramural Volleyball 1,2 Brincat, Linda . . . B4,159 Brodoski, Diane . . . 169 Broughman, Donna . . . 159 Browne, Warren . . . not pictured Buckman, Patricia . . . 54,65,90,93,95, 101,127,159,176 Student Council 3, Class Council 2, International Club 1,2,3, Exchange Stu- dent to Holland 2: All-School Play 3, French Club 1,2,3, Bel Canto 1,2,3, Psychology Club 3, Aqualites 1,2,3 CSecretarY17 Competitive Swimming 2,3 fCo-Captaint, Timers' Club 1,2 iPresi- dent1, 3 iPresident1, Activities Award 2 Buckner, Nanci . . 89,159 Budzis, Linda . . 159 Bullion, Mary . . 91,159 Burdette, Wayne . . 160 Burgess, Chris . . . 65,66,B6,138,160,175 Burgin, Debra . . . 90,160 Burns, Susan . . . 91,160 C Cadreau, Gordon . Cairo, Susan . . . Ottice Assistant Canto 3, Girls' , . 160 26,90,160 1, Newspaper 2, Bel Chorale 1,2, Ensemble 3: Psychology Club 3 Callahan, Molly . . . 160 Calzadillas, John . . 56,160 Camp, Harold . . , 17,101,160 Mathematics Competi- Cheaney, Debby . . . 54,80,93,160 Chepeska, Dan . . . 86,B7,160 Chisholm, Dale . . . 100,101,160 Michigan Prize Mathematics Competi- tion 3, National Merit Semitinalist 3 Cizmas, Dave . . . 112,123,160 Clark, Jack . . . 103,111,160 Cochran, Susan . . . 160 Cole, Mark . . . 160 Gym Assistant 2, Wrestling 1,2 Coleman, Donna . , . 160 Coleman, Ronald . . . 160 Coles, Brian . . . 160 Collins, Charles . , , not pictured Collins, David . , . 8B,90,99,103,110,111, 120,160 Latin Club 1, Bel Canto 1, Male Chorale 2 Nice-Presidentl, 3, Psychology Club 3, SPI 3, Track 1,2,3, Cross Country 1,2 lCaptainl, 3 lCaptoinJ, All Conference: Track 1, Cross Country 2,3. Most Valu- able Player: Cross Country 3 Conrow, Mary Lou . . . 26,90,124,125, 155,157,165 Cook, John . . . not pictured Corletto, Judy . . . 160 Cormack, Mark . . . 161 Correa, Paulo . . . 197 International Club 3, Exchange Student from Brazil fSecond Semesterl Corte, Peggy . . . 84,161 Student Librarian 1,2, Co-op 3, Typing Award 1, GAA 1,2, Intramural Volley- ball 1,2: Badminton 1 Coseo, Kevin , . . not pictured Crawford, Kathleen . . . 161 Crisp, Ronald . . , 118,119,161 Croce, Luiz . . . 197 International Club 3: Exchange Student from Brazil 3 lSecond Semestert, Swim- ming 3 Crosby, Linda . , . 93,126,127,161 Gym Assistant 2,3, Future Nurses Club 2, Psychology Club 3: Aqualites 2,35 GAA 1: Competitive Sports: Basketball 2,3, Field Hockey 2, Swimming 3, lima- mural Badminton 1 Cross, Judy . . . 54,93,95,127,161,193 Student Council 3, Girls' Chorale 1, Aqualites 1,2 iVice Presidentj 3 tPresi- dentj, GAA 1, Competitive Swimming 1,2,3 Crowe, Nancy . . . 85,91,161 Czaikowski, Michele . . . 161 Czaia, Karen . . . 161 D Daihl, Lynn . . . 161 Dallas, Geal-ge . . . 161 Band 1,2,3, Marching Band 1,2,3: Psy- chology Club 3 Danic, Linda . . . 161 Darden, Debra . , . 101,161 Darrah, Mary Ellen . . . 72,73,80,157 Class Council 3, Yearbook 1,2,3 CAs- sistant Editorl, French Club 2: Human Relations 3 Dattilio, Susan . . . 161 Daugherty, Charles . . . 97 Davies, James . . . 105,161 Davis, Cheryl . . , 84,93,161 International Club 1,3, Ski Club 1,2, Co-op 3, Ushers' Club 2, Yearbook 21 French Club 1,2: GAA 1,2 Davis, Sally . . . 90,93,161 International Club 1,2: Ski Club 1,2,3, Senior Play, Homemaking Club 3: Band 2, Marching Band 2, Bel Canto 1,2,3, Aqualites 2 Debien, John . . . 162 Marching Band 1: Psychology Club 3 DeBoe, Michael . , . 161 Dechert, Lyle . . . 74,80 Ski Club 2, Newspaper 2,31 Human Relations 3, SPI 3 Decino, Anna , . , 54,81,162,186 Student Council 3: Work Experience 3: All-School Play 2, Psychology Club 3 CPresidentt DeCormier, Debbie . . . 161 Chorus 1, Girls' Chorale 2 DeGralia, Nicolene . . . 162 Delaney, Timothy . . . 86,162 Demers, Naamie . . , 162 Demko, Joseph . . . 162 Denison, Shawnee . . . 80,89,162 Student Council 1, Otitice Assistant 3, International Club 1,2,3, Ski Club 3, Senior Play, Chorus 2, Girls' Chorale 3i Human Relations 2,3, SPI 3 DeShano, Paul . . . 85,161 DesJarclins, Susanne . . . 162 DesJardirls, William . . . 30 Dettar, Barbara . . . 89,162 Diel, Joyce . . . 84,162 Co-op 3 Dietz, Robert . . . 112,120,121,162 Dinser, Kathy . . . 162 Five new foreign exchange students came to Franklin from South America Barrett, Paul . . . 88,158 Male Chorale 3: Psychology Club 3, Cross Country 1: Track 1 Bartell, Karen . . . 159 Bassett, Lesley . . . 101,159,176 Class Council 1, International Club 1, Pep Club 1,2, Michigan Prize Mathe- matics Competition 3 lsares, Brian . , . 54,l16,l17,155,157,165, 179 Student Council 3, Class Council 1,2 CVice-Presidentl, 3 iPresident1, Swim- ming l,2,3 iCaptain1 Bau, Duane . . . 99 Audio-Visual Aide 3, Psychology Club 3, Senior-Faculty Game 3 Bauman, Bonnie . . . 89,159 Baumgarten, Jane . . . 26,90,159 Co-op 3, Orchestra 1,2, Bel Canto 1,2,3 Beaudette, Carol . . . 69,91,159 All-School Play 1,2,3: Senior Play, For- ensics 1: French Club 2, Girls' Chorale 3 Beltchenko, Mark , . . 112,113,120,159 Baseball 1, Football 1,2,3, Track 2,3 Bennett, Colleen . . . 159 Bennick, Peter . . . 159 Bernard, James . . . 112,159 Bielaczyc, Timothy . . . 159 Bien, Marie . . . 159 Billing, Nancy . . . 159 Bingham, Douglas . . . 159 Bivins, M. Daniel . . . 65,66,86,87,159 tion 3 Campbell, Julie . . . 160 Campbell, Robert . . . 72,101,157 Class Council 1,2,3, Yearbook 2,3, Psy- chology Club 3, Boys' State 2 Campion, Terrence . . . not pictured Capps, Nancy . . . 80,91,160 Ottice Assistant 2,3: All-School Play 3: Senior Play, German Club 1, Chorus 2, Human Relations 3, Psychology Club 3 Cardinal, Cynthia . . . 90,93,95,127,157 Cardwell, Richard . . . 88,90,160 Carlson, Donald . . . 98,160 International Club 2, Forensics 1, Span- ish Club 2, Intramural Basketball 3 Carson, Dustee . . . 160 Cash, Tam . . . 118,160 Carpinelli, Claudio . . . 197 International Club 3, Exchange Student from Brazil 3 tSecond Semesterl Couchi, Anna . . . not pictured Couchi, Mary . . . 85,160 Ottice Assistant 1, Ben's Corner 3, Co- op 3 Cawetzka, Bruce . . . 116,120,160 Celski, Debra . . . 160 Cenzer, Robert . . . 120 Cervenan, Paul . , . 112,160 Chaldekas, William . . . 80,160 Chamberlain, Herb , . . 160 Chamblee, Brenda . . . 160 Chose, Kent . . . 160 second semester. They received orientation assistance and friendship from International Club adviser Mrs. Kangelaris, as well as from Jan Staal and Ruby Almeda, who had also spent first semester here. New faces Cleft to rightl: Claudio Carpinelli, Luiz Croce, Ana Undurragcl, Uan, Ruby, Mrs. Kangelarisl, Beatriz Tomalino, Paul Correa. Y Diplock, Joanne . . . not pictured Ditto, Irene . . . 162 Dixon, Danny , . . 162 Dobson, Jack . . . not pictured Dodds, Lynn . . . 74,56 Dollins, Banida . . . 6,56,57,90,94,95,157, 169,170,185,200 Class Council 3, Gym Assistant 2, Of- fice Assistant 1, Ski Club 2,3, Pep Club 3 fPresidentJ, Work Experience 3, Ma- iorette 3, Bel Canto 3, Chorus 1, Girls' Chorale 2, Psychology Club 3, Cheer- leading 2, Homecoming Queen 3 Domka, John . . . 162 Donahue, Bill . , . 53,54,55,62,65,67,87, 162 Student Council 3, Music Assistant 3, All-School Play 1,2,3, Franklin Players 1,2,3, Amos 2, Marching Band 2,3, Orchestra 1,2,3, Psychology Club 3, Scholastic Art Award 2,3, Music Honors 1,2,3, National Music Camp 1,2,3. First chair viola, Eastern Michigan University summer orchestra, First chair viola, Schoolcraft summer music program, Pep Club 3, Talent Show 2 Dondzila, Walter . . . 162 Doran, Carol . . . 162 International Club 2, Ski Club 2, Co-op 3, Franklin Players 2, Ushers' Club 2, German Club 2 Dorst, Nancy . . , 162 Drost, Mike . . . 162 Duclenhoefer, David . . . not pictured Dumont, Richard . . . not pictured Duncan, Charles . . . 88,570,163 Dunham, Patricia . . . 57,86,157,170 Student Council 1, Class Council 2,3, Oftice Assistant 2, Ski Club 1,2 tTreos- urerl, 3 lPresidentJ, All-School Play 3, Junior Play, Band 1,2,3: Marching Band 1,2,3, Pep Club 1,2, Homecoming Court 3: Activities Award 2 Dutton, Cherri . . . 163 Dygert, Steve . . . 163 E Eaton, Nancy . . . 78,B9,127,l63 Edford, Lois . . . 163 Oftice Assistant 1,2,3, Junior Play Ellward, Dianna . . . 74,163 ElseY, Paul . . . 163 Epley, Sam . . . 123,163 Erickson, James . . . 163 Ericson, Margaret . . . 89,163 Eskew, Fred . . , 163 Estlund, Chris . . . 60,163 Lab Assistant 1,2, International Club 3, Ski Club 1,2,3, Camera Club 1,2, Psy- chology Club 3 Etue, Mike . . . 163 Evaskus, Doreen . . . 163 Everingham, Shauna . . . 163 F Fairfield, Edward . . . 163 Fallow, Bonnie . . . not pictured Farrow, Robert . . . 163 Fedosky, Jettrey . . . 163 Felice, Danna . . . 72,91,94,157,194 Class Council 1,2,3, Ski Club 2, Talent Show 2, Ushers' Club 2, Pep Club 2,3, Chorus 3, Girls' Chorale 3 Ferensic, Ellen , . . 163 Ottice Assistant 1,2,3 Ferguson, Gayle . . . 163 Ferkovich, Marlene . . . 163 Finkelstine, Frances , . . 101,163 Library Award 2 Fisher, Dennis . . . 104,105,163 Gym Assistant 2, Intramurals 3, Base- ball 2,3 Fixler, Robert . . . 41,69,ao,163 Class Play 2,3, Human Relations 3 Flannigan, Kathy . . . 163 Floyd, John . . . 88,163 Fobbe, Scott . . . 85,163 Foley, Charles . . . 163 Ford, Margaret , . . 84,163 rand, Randall . , . 36,118,163 Fox, Sally . . .'163 Frazier, Larry , . . 163 Frost, Gloria . . . 163 Office Assistant 2,3 Fry, Colette . . . 163 Fugazzi, Ann . . . 90,163 Ottice Assistant 3, International Club 1,2, Bel Canto 3, Girls' Chorale 1,2 Clibrarianl, Psychology Club 3 Fuhrman, Patti . . . 94,164 Jon Koski made her request for a resolution to the Senior Class Homecoming float feud. Fuller, Laura . . . 164 Ski Club 2, Spanish Club 2, Psychology Club 3 Funk, George . . . 164 G Gaabo, Bev . . . 74,75,164 International Club 1, Ushers' Club 1, Guideline 1, French Club 1, Ski Club 2, Junior Play, Newspaper 2,3 CEditor1, Co-op 3 Gadsby, Linda . . . not pictured Gannage, Denise . . . 164 Garbutt, Barb . . . 86,164 All-School Play 3, Class Play 2,3, Band 1,2,3, Marching Band 1,2,3, Competie tive Tennis 3, Outstanding Citizenship 1,2 Gardner, Kenneth . . . not pictured Garvey, Keith . . . 100,164 Gassel, Sue . . . 91,164 Chorus 3 Gauthier, Mary . . . 7,850,101,164 Office Assistant 1, Talent Show 1,2: Amos 2, Human Relations 2 f1'reasurerJ, 3 lPresident,, Latin Award 2, Activities Award 2, Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition 3 Gazarek, James . . . 164 Geiger, Daniel . . . B6,87,164 Geppert, Jef? . . . 84 Gientke, Maribeth . . . 69,80,87,99,127, 164 Gym Assistant 2, Oftice Assistant 1,2, International Club 1, All-School Play 3, Class Play 2,3, Latin Club I tPresidentJ, Band 2,3, Marching Band 3, Orchestra 2,3, SPI 3, GAA 1,2, Competitive Ten- nis 3, Competitive Swimming 1,2,3, Vol- ley Ball 1,2, Timers' Club 1,2, Activities Award 2 Gies, Charles . . . 164 Girardin, Joe . . . 86,164 Band 1,2,3, Marching Band 3 Girardin, Linda , . . 164 Gadlewski, Ernest . . . 164 Goehmann, Gretchen . . . 33,78,164 International Club 1,2: Ski Club 2,31 All-School Play I, Class Play 2, Frank- lin Players 1,2, Ushers' Club 1, German Club 1,3 CPresidentJ, Human Relations 2 Goetz, Stewart . , , 105,164 Goldman, Mike . , , 112,119,164 Student Council 2, LINC, Class Council 1, Oftice Assistant 2, Golf 1,2,3, Foot- ball 2,3, Wrestling 1 Gomez, Joe . . . 26,8B,90,118,164 Ski Club 2,3, Bel Canto 1,2,3, Golf 2 Gordon, Andrea . . . 94,157 Class Council 1,2,3, SPI 3, Daisy Mae 2 Gordon, Stephanie . . , 90,164 All-Schogl Play 2,3, Bel Canto 1,2,3, Psychology Club 3 Garnall, Beverly . . . 164 Graham, Tom . , . 93,110,117,164 Aqualites 1,2,3, Swimming 1,2,3 Gravelle, Debra . . . 89,164 Greeley, Sue . . . 157 Student Council 2, Class Council I,3, Ski Club 2, Psychology Club 3, Com- petitive Basketball 1, Intramural Volley- ball I Greene, Jacqueline . , . 164 Gress, Doug . . . 17,164 Laboratory Assistant 1, Office Assistant 2, Ski Club 3, Electronics Club 1 Gribble, Sally . , . 72,93,95,101,l27,164 Yearbook 1,2,3 lEditorl, French Club 2, Aqualites 1,2,3, GAA 1, Timers' Club 1,2,3: Competitive Swimming 1,2,3, Michigan Mathematics Prize Competi- tion 3: Activities Award 3 Grittin, Ralph . . . 164 Grimes, Randy . . . 164 Grobnagger, Patrick , , , not pictured Grode, Leslie . . . 164 Guaiardo, Sharon . . . 89 Gysel, James . . . not pictured H Haack, Suzanne . . . 164 Hackett, Kathy . . , 164 Pep Club I, Ski Club 1,2 Haddad, George . . . 40,77,164 Haddad, Guliatte , . . 40,164 Haddad, Samuel . . . not pictured Hall, Karen . . , 164 Haltom, Victoria . . . 69,87,101,165 Office Assistant 2,3, International Club 2,3, Exchange Student to Uruguay 2, All-School Play 2,3, Senior Play, Frank- lin Players 2, French Club 2, Marching Band 2,3, Optimist Citizen 2 Hanlon, Danna . . . 99,164,176 Amos 1, Psychology Club 3 Harper, Allyn . . . 165 Harper, Jeanine . . . 72,73,165 Yearbook 2,3 Harper, Lawrence . . . 44 Harrington, Michele . . . 165 Spanish Club 1,2 Harris, Douglas . . . 165 Harris, Patty . . , 90,93,165 Harrison, Douglas . . . 165 Hartge, Timothy . . . 165 Hartmann, Charlene . . . 74,165 Hartsell, Elaine . . . 165 Havlena, Mark , . . 165 Hawks, Patricia . . . 165 Haymaker, Connie . . . 165 Haynes, Carol . . . 165 Head, Suzanne . . . 90,165 Bel Canto 3 lSecretaryl: Chorus I, Girls' Chorale 2 l5ecretaryJ: Competitive Field Hockey 1,2 Heikkinen, Peter . . . 165 Bel Canto 1,2,3, Male Chorale 1,2,3, Ensemble 3 Heliskek, Gary . . . 165 Hibsky, Elizabeth . . . 90,126,157 Class Council 3, Gym Assistant 3, ln. ternational Club 3, Class Play 2,3, French Club 3 KPresidentb, Bel Canto 1, 2,3, Psychology Club 3, Competitive Field Hockey 2, Basketball 2,3, Intra- mural Volleyball 2 Haddinas, Gloria . . . 165 Hill, Craig , . . 165 1-lill, Mary . . . 90 Hilving, Karen . . . 166 Hinzman, Frank , , . 85,166 1-laalmadr, John . . . 55,166 Hott, Janis . . , 166 Holman, Kathryn . . . 85,166 Ben's Corner 2, Co-op 3 Hollinger, Donald . . . 118,166 Horgan, Janet . . . 166 Horton, Debra . . . 166 Hoskins, Larry . . . 166 House, Roberta . . . 166 Howard, Charles . . . 166 Howell, John . . . 166 Hrbal, Gregory . . . 166 Hudyma, Dave . . . 166 Huegel, Gregory . , . 166 Hultquist, Karl , . . 26,86,B7,8B,90,166 Office Assistant 1, Ski Club 1,2,3, All- School Play 1,2,3, Junior Play, Franklin Players 2,3, Amos 2, Band 1,2,3, Or- chestra I,2,3, Bel Canto 2,3, Ensemble 3, Psychology Club 3, Activities Award 2,3 Hunter, Debbie . . . 90,166 Huntley, Lee . . . 74,88,90 Hustead, Jay . . . 166 Male Chorale 2, Wrestling I Hustead, Kay , . , 86,166 Ben's Corner 2, Band 1,2,3, Marching Band 1,2,3 Hyland, Andrew . . , 90,166 Bel Canto 2,3, Male Chorale 1, Psychol- ogy Club 3 Hymes, Joseph . , . 167 Hysell, Glen . . . 85,167 I lngber, Gary . . . not pictured lvankovich, Susan . . . 84,89,167 J Jay, Jaan . . . 7S,91,167 Jenkins, Diane . . . 167 Ottice Assistant 1, Chorus 2,3 Jonasz, Cynthia . . , 90,157 Class Council 1, Ski Club 1,2, Co-op 3, Class Play 2, Bel Canto 3, Chorus 2, Girls' Chorale I, GAA 1, Activity Award 3 Jones, Diana . . , 167 Jones, Mark . . . 86,167 Jones, Scott . . . 167 Joslin, William . . . 85,167 Joyner, Robert . , . 23,67,72,73,94,99, 101,157,176 Class Council 3, Audio-Visual Aide 3, Lab Assistant 3, Ski Club 3, Pep Club 3 tTreasurerJ, All-School Play 2,3, Class Play 2: Franklin Players 1,2,3, Ushers' Club 1,2, Forensics 1,2, Yearbook 1,2,3 itlusiness Managerj, Spanish Club 1, Swimming I, Senior Faculty Game 3, Boys State 2, All-School Activities Award 2,3, Michigan Mathematics Prize Competition 3 Judge, Dennis . . . 167 Juntunen, Jean . . , 85,167 K Kachigian, Lori . . . 34,157 Class Council 1,2,3, Office Assistant 1, International I, Ski Club 1,2, Co-op 3, French Club 2 fSecretaryJ Kandah, Danny . . . 167 Koniewski, Pam . . . 167 Kassir, Sharon . , . 7S,90,167 Franklin Players 3, German Club 1,2,3, Bel Canto 1,2,3, SPI 3 Kendall, Kim . . , 167 Kendra, John . . . 88 Kierdorf, Lee . . . 69,167 Kilgore, Peggy . . . 89,171,167 Killinger, Daria . . . 167 Kimmick, Linda , . . 167 Kirwan, Judith . . . 167 Kiselewski, Joanne . . . 78,167 Klos, Janice . . . 81,94,157 Class Council 2,3, Ski Club 3, All-School Play 3, Class Play 2, Ushers' Club 2, French Club 1, Psychology 3 Nice-Pres.J, Pep Club 2,3, SPI 3, Talent Show 2, Timers' Club 1,2, Reserve Cheerleading lCo-Captain, 2, Intramural Volleyball, Badminton 1 Kinght, Carolyn . . . 167 Knoll, Bill . , . 167 Knudsen, Chris . . , 167 Kobiato, Sandra . . . 91,94,157,176,194 Class Council 1,2,3, Pep Club 2,3, Tol- ent Show 2, Chorus 3 Kopy, Chris . . . 167 Koski, Janet . , . 94,155,157,198 Kowalczyk, Marc . , , 167 Kowalewski, Joan . . . 167 Kremer, Lynn . , . 93,95,127,I57 Class Council 3, Girls' Chorale 1, Aqua- lites 1,2,3, Competitive Swimming 1,2, 3, Timers' Club 1,2,3 Kreski, Patricia . . . 167 Kushigian, Nancy . . . 8,80,B7,167 Kusza, Dennis . . . 80,88,90,167 L Lambdin, James . . . not pictured Lampard, Chris , . . not pictured Lang, Chris . . . 6I,101,107,112,113,1I4, 120,167 Lantto, Diane , . . 167 Gym Assistant 3, Psychology Club 3, Competitive Swimming 2,3, French Club 2 Laryfna, Pafnca . . . 167 Ottice Assistant 3, Future Nurses Club 1: Ski Club 1, Co-op 3, Girls' Chorale 2 Larabell, Charles . . . 167 Co-op 3 Larkin, Martha , , , 167 Amos 2 Larsen, Thomas , . . 168 Larson, Linda . . . 54,55,85,94,168,176 Student Council 1,2,3 fSecretaryl: Inter- national Club 1,2, Ski Club 2, Pep Club Potter, Daniel . . . 172 2,35 Ben's Corner 25 Talent Show 1,25 Co-op 35 Class Play 25 Ushers' Club 25 Psychology Club 35 Activities Award 2 Lovin, Andrea . . . 168 Law, Michele . . . 169 NWSAA Council 35 Ca-op 35 French Club 1,25 Girls' Chorale 2,35 Aqualites 1 LeBlanc, Beverly . , . 80,91,94,168 OB1ce Assistant 2,35 Chorus 35 SPI 35 Pep Club 3 Lee, Richard . . . 168 Big Ben 3 Leib, Arthur James , . , 26,54,8B,90,99, 105,112,113,168,1B3,190 Student Council 1,2,35 Class Council 15 Bel Canto 1,2,35 Male Chorale 1,2,35 Psychology Club 35 Baseball 1,2,3: Basketball 1,25 Football 1,2,35 All- League Football 3 LePla, Robin , . . 89,168 Lhaman, Deborah . . . 84,168 Ottice Assistant 2,3: Co-op 2,35 French Club 15 Psychology Club 35 Intramural Badminton 1 Lindsay, Ricky . . . 168 Lindstrom, Michael . . . 104,105,l12,168 Linn, Carol . , . 26,90,168 Liretta, Irene , . . 168 Lissandrello, Michael . . . 120,168 Ski Club 2,35 Intramural Basketball 35 Track 2 Lissandrella, Patricia . . . 54,911,168 Student Council 35 Pep Club 2 CVice Presidentj, 35 Ski Club 25 Class Play 25 Ushers' Club 25 Homecoming Court 25 Optimist Citizenship 3 Listan, Dole . , , 168 Littke, Paul . . . 168 Little, Chris . . . 26,88,90,112,l68 All-School Play 1,2,35 Class Play 2,35 Bel Canto 1,2,3 lPresident15 Male Chor- ale 1,2,35 Ensemble 1,2,35 Psychology Club 35 Football 1,2,35 Wrestling 1 Little, Judy .' . , 26,90,168 Lively, Brian , . , 34,7-4,168 Newspaper 1,2,35 Earth Science Club 35 SPI 35 Community Service 35 Intramural Basketball 1,2,3 Lackey, Douglas . . . 63,123,168 Lotton, Harold . . . 168 Ski Club 25 Ben's Corner 25 Co-op 3 Lagah, Dale . . . as,9o,1aa Lab Assistant 35 Ski Club 25 Bel Canto 1,2,35 Male Chorale 1,2,35 Electronics Club 15 Psychology Club 35 Music Hon- ors 1,2,3 Logan, Mary . . . 168 Amos 25 Psychology 3 Lord, Donna . . . 168 Loruss, Garry . . . not pictured Louis, Garth . . . 168,184 Lowry, Lirida . . . iss Lucas, Marsha . . . 168 Lyaris, Bradford . . . 5'4,61,98,101,105, 106,107,168 Student Council 2,35 Ottice Assistant 2, 35 Baseball 1,2,35 Basketball 1,2,3 fCap- tain55 Boys' State 2 Lyons, Pamela . . . 72,168 M Mac, Anthony . . . 88,90,168 MacDonald, James . . , 111,120 MacLean, Peter . . . 54,112,l15,12O,165, 168 Mackenroth, William . . . 168 Maher, Mike . . . 85,168 Mahoian, Charles . . . 88 Maloney, John . . . 88,168 Malpass, Paul . . . not pictured Mallahn, Jeffery . . . 84,86,169 Manko, Beverly , . . 67,77,8O,157 Class Council 1,35 Office Assistant 35 International Club 1,35 Ski Club 1,2,35 Pep Club 15 All-School Play 2,35 Class Play 2,35 Debate 35 Forensics 1,3: Year- book 1,25 French Club 25 Band 15 Cam- era Club 1,2 lSecretdry15 Human Relo- tions 25 Psychology Club 35 SPI 3 CVice PresidentJ5 Timers' Club 1,25 Activity Award 2 Marquette, Patricia . . . 169 Marsh, Patricia . . . 4,90,125,169 Martin, Thomas . . . 71,88 Martz, Mary . . . 26,67,90,94,157,l76,194 Class Council 2,35 Ski Club 1,2,35 Pep Club 35 All-School Play 35 Junior Play: Franklin Players 35 Bel Canto 35 Girls' Chorale 1,25 Activity Award 3 Martzoltt, Robert . . . 112,169 Mashni, Joseph . . . 169 Maslak, Chris , . . 169 Maslak, Mark . , . 169 Mateicik, Deborah . . . not pictured Maurus, Marc . . . 74 Mayle, Cheri . . . 169 Maxuro, Julia . . . not pictured McCaffrey, Sandra . . . 169 McCatTrey, Sue . . . 169 McFarland, Gary . . . 169 McGhee . . . 169 Mclntosh, David . Mclntyre, Michael . . 169 . . . 120,169,175 McKeon, Michael . . . 169 McLean, Charlene . . . 89,169 Mclean, Dennis . . . 169 McMullen, James . . . 169 McMurtrey, Kathryn . . . 86,87,169 tramural Badminton 15 Volleyball 1 O'Bryan, Colleen . . . 84,85,171 Ski Club 25 Ca-op 35 Latin Club 2 O'Connor, Catherine . . . 91,95,171 O'Neil, Michael . . , 171 O'SulIivan, Michael . . . 171 Oliver, Janice . . . 89,171 Oliverio, Diane . . . 84,101,171 All-School Play 35 Band 1,2,3 lLibrar- ianJ5 Marching Band 1,2,35 Orchestra 2, 3 Mc1'aggart, Frank . . . 86,87,169 Meier, Charlie . . . 170 Micallet, Janine . . 126,170,1-76 Michael, Denise . . . 16,67,77,78,94,95, 170 International Club 1,2,35 Ski Club 1,2,35 All-School Play 25 Franklin Players 2,35 French Club 2,35 German Club 25 Psy- chology Club 3 Michels, William . . . 23,170 Mika, Edward . . . 170 Lab Assistant 35 Spanish Club 1 Millef, Linda . . . 90,170 Miller, Marilyn . . . 35,41,78,89,17O Ski Club 25 Senior Play: German Club L . 15 Bel Canto 35 Chorus 35 atm Club 1,25 Girls' Chorale 35 Intramural Volley- ball 1,2 Miller, Richard . . . 118,170 Miller, Robert . . . 170 Miller, William . . . 170 Mills, Evelyn . . . Miner, Gary . . . not pictured 104,105,170 Minielly, Linda . . . 84,170 Oftice Assistant 1,2,35 Co-op 3 Miquelon, Michele . . . 89,94,170 Mitchell, David M. . . . 170 Mitchell, David S. Mitchell, Deborah . . . 170 . . . 89,170 Mitchell, Kay . . . 48,170 Ottice Assi sta nt 1 25 Co-ap 35 French Club Montford, Guy . , . 170 Montville, Mitchel Mooradian, Rober Moore, Margaret . . . 9,1O,118,170 t. . . 170 . . . 171 Ben's Corner 25 Co-op 3 Moore, Michael . . . 105,171 Baseball 1,2,35 Football 1 Moravich, Judy . . . 94,157 Morris, Timothy . Moss, Marianne . ..171 .,171 Moylan, Karen . . . 171 Mueller, Patricia . . . 90,171 Mueller, Terry . , . 171 Mulder, James . , . 86,171 Murphy, Charles . . . 74,85,171 Class Council 2 CSecretaryJ5 Lab Assist- ant 25 Co-op 35 Class Play 25 Debate 15 Forensics 1,2,35 Newspaper 2,3 lBusiness Managerl: Bond 15 Marching Band 15 Activity Award 3 Murzin, Ed . . . 171 Senior Play Myers, Loraine . . . 171 N Nael, Patrick . . . 87,112,113,115,120,l71 Nelson, Patricia . . . 32,74,B4,17l Ottice Assistant 15 International Club 15 Co-op 2,35 Newspaper 2,3 lNews Editor15 Psychology Club 3 Neville, area . . . 171 Newcombe, David . . . 111,120,171 All-School Play 1,2,35 Class Play 2,3: Cross Country 35 Track 2,3 Newman, Michael . . . 37,171 Nicholas, Holly . . . 85,171 Nichols, David . . . 116,171 Nickatook, Sandra . . , 89,171 Niemiec, Deborah . . . 78,171 Nisun, Kathy . . . 91,171 Noakes, Ellen . . not pictured Nouhan, Joyce . . . 171 O O'Brien, Denise . . . not pictured Gym Assistant 25 Lab Assistant 15 ln- Student Librarian 1,25 Co-op 35 Inter- national Club 15 Library Science Depart- ment Award 2 Olst, Thomas . . . 112,118,171 Opalewski, Clitford . . . 171 Opland, Carol . . . 26,90,124,16l,165,171 Student Council 2,3 lCorresponding Sec- retaryli Class Council 1 lVice-President15 All-School Play 35 Bel Canto 2,35 Girls' Chorale 15 Cheerleading 1,2,35 Home- coming Court 25 First Lady 15 National Music Camp 25 Activity Award 25 Op- timist Citizenship 35 Community Service Project 3 Ormsby, Diane . . . 171 Orzechowski, Jerry . . . 88,90 P Pachol, Mary . . . 31,171 Padgett, Rick . . . not pictures Poison, Roger , . . 85,171 Pariirri, Kathleen . . .'23,26,9O,172 Audio-Visual Aide 35 Ottice Assistant 35 All-School Play 35 Bel Canto 35 Girls' Chorale 25 GAA 1,2 Pore, John , . . not pictured Parsons, Gary . . . 172 Parsons, 1NiIliam . . . 172 Patyna, Martin . . . 172 Paul, Alan . . . 172 Pawlak, Dean . . . not pictured Peace, James . . . 19,33,l16,117,118,172 Pegg' Kathy . . . 44,a9,94,i25,157,176 Pehrsan, Barbara . . . 80,94,124,125,172 Class Council 2,35 Gym Assistant 25 All- School Play 2,35 Junior Play 25 Ushers' Club 25 SPI 35 Cheerleading 2,35 Pep Club 2,3 lVice-PresidentJ5 All-School Ac- tivity Award 3 Pellerito, Tom . . . 172 Pelletier, John . . . 111,120,121,172 Cross Country 1,2,35 Track 2 Pennebaker, Gary . . . not pictured Pennington, Bonita Louise . . . 74,89,93, 172 Office Assistant 35 All-School Play 15 Amos 1,25 Newspaper 2,35 German Club 1,25 Chorus 25 Girls' Chorale 35 Aqua- lites 1,25 GAA 1,25 Competitive Basket- ball 1,25 Swimming 1,2 Pesant, John . , . nat pictured Peters, Robert . . . 8B,90,172 Peterson, Ann . . . 172 Ski Club 25 All-School Play 25 Ushers' Club 25 French Club 1,22 GAA 1,2 Petrait, Linda . . . 30,172 Petrie, Robert . . . 172 Phillips, Susan . . . 54,55,57,127,170,172 Pierce, Brenda . . . 172 Pierce, Gary . . . 88,172 Poag, Judy . . . not pictured Porteous, Richard . . , not pictured Powell, James . . . not pictured Powell, Linda . . . 172 Prendergast, Christine . . . 172 Office Assistant 2,35 Co-op 3 Prentice, Karen . . . 85,173 Priest, Susan . . . 173 Office Assistant 25 Co-op 35 All-School Play 15 Spanish Club 1 Primeau, David . , . 173 Prince, Frank . . . 88,90,l73 Pringle, Richard . . . not pictured Pritula, Pam . . . 22,173 ski Club 15 ca-ap 3, spahish Club 2, GAA 1,25 Competitive Basketball 1,25 Field Hockey 25 Spanish Award 2 Pravenrola, Mary . . . s4,a5,173 Puma, Dorothy . . . 100,101,173 Lab Assistant 25 Exchange Student to Germany 25 German Club 35 Latin Club 15 Spanish Club 1,2 lPresidentJ5 Human Relations 2,35 Latin Award 15 Michigan Math Prize Competition 35 National Merit Letter of Commendation 3 Pupard, Richard . . . 67,173 Audio-Visual Aide 15 Chess Club 15 All- School Play 1,35 Senior Play 35 Debate 35 Spanish Club5 SPI 3 Purcell, Thomas . . . not pictured Purol, Jim . . . 172 R Rader, Carol . . . 65,66,90,173 International Club 15 All-School Play 35 Franklin Players 25 Spanish Club 25 Bel Canto 35 GAA 2 Ramsay, William . . . 56,173 Rappley, Marsha . . . 155,166,173 Rasmussen, Charles . . . 79,101,173 Chess Club 1,2,35 Ski Club 2,3, Michi- gan Math Prize Competition 35 Elec- tronics Competition Award 2 Redoutey, Richard . . . 173 Redoutey, Robert . . . 173 Reed, Larry . . , 173 Reeter, Bonnie . . . 173 Rekieta, Frank . . . 56,74,l12,l23,173,207 Class Council 25 Pep Club 1,2,35 News- paper 35 Varsity Club 1,2,35 Football 1,2,35 Track 1,25 Wrestling 1,2 lCop- taini, 3 lCaptainJ5 Most Valuable Wrestler 2 Repka, Jim . . . 173 Richards, Lance . . . not pictured Richards, Patricia . , . 173 Richardson, Mark . . . 74,111,120,173 Rickerd, Steve . . . 173 Riley, Delbert . . . 173 Ritter, Charles . . . 71,173 Roberts, Ruth , , . 173 Robertson, David . . . 173 Robinson, Theresa . . . 173 Rodde, Victoria , . . 74,84,173 Student Librarian 25 International Club 15 Ski Club 25 Ushers' Club 25 News- paper 1,2 lFeature canary, Spanish Club 1 CSecretary1 Rogalski, Robert . . . 54,62,70,88,90,112, 120,121,173 Rogers, George . . . 85,173 Ski Club 25 Co-op 3 Rogers, Gerald . . . 173 Rogers, Neil . . . 173 Rogers, Vonda . , . 89,173 Ski Club 15 Ben's Corner 25 Co-op 35 Chorus 15 Girls' Chorale 2,35 Psychology Club 3 Rosati, Laura . , . 89,173 All-School Play 15 Class Play 2,35 Ush- ers' Club 25 Bel Canto 35 Girls' Chorale 1,2 Rosenberg, Janice . . . 173 Rosenthal, Marc . . . 88,90,174 Ski Club 2,35 Bel Canto 1,2,3 Rasinski, Kathryn . . . 78,174 Junior Ploy5 Franklin Players 25 French Club 2,3 Rosko, Katherine . . . 78,174 International Club 1,25 Ski Club 25 All- School Play I5 Franklin Players 1,25 German Club 1,35 Human Relations Club 2 Ross, Susan . . . 174 Roy, Chris . . . not pictured Rubens, Jay . . . 174 Class Play 2,35 Football 15 Wrestling 1 Rudnicki, John . . . not pictured Rusch, Leslie . . . 31,127,174 Competitive Swimming 1,2,35 Scholastic Art Award 2 Ryba, leo . . . not pictured Rynicki, Richard . . , 88,911,174 Ski Club 35 Bel Canto 35 Psychology Club 3 S Sobdo, Linda . . . 80,174 SPI 3 Sabo, Gerald . , . 99,112,174 Student Council 15 Class Council 1 CPresidentJ5 Male Chorale 2,35 Football 1,2,3: Track 1,3 Saelzler, Donald . . . not pictured Sailor, Linda . . , 84,89,174 Salter, Jim , . . 107,174 Basketball 2,3 Sanborn, Ronald . . . 174 Sandell, Rene . . . 63,174 Sanders, Robert . . . 174 Class Council 15 Football 2 Santilli, Robert . . . 112,114,174,183 Baseball 35 Football 1,2,3 Saplis, Annmarie . . . 72,711,174 Future Nurses Club 25 Yearbook 35 Psychology Club 3 Sawicki, Deborah . . . 174 Psychology Club 3 Sayn, Gary . . . 174 International Club 1,25 All-School Play 25 Franklin Players 25 Spanish Club 15 Swimming 1,2 Springer, Rick . . . 176 g 1 ef'-'f . ., .,-,. , - ' 7 ' 'Q 1' ,W r Taylor, Joseph . . . 85,177 Welch, Cheryl . . . 178 L Us . , -I 4' Lvl' ' v V -.Q gT:Ls3Corner 1,2, Co-op 1,3, Psychology Wgfhg Jill .C. . 54,8g,87g4,125g78 -I 2 'H , ' k r u en ouncl , ass ounct , 1 r. Q' A Taylor, Pat . . . 89,177 Office Assistant 2,3, All-School Play 3, V A Terry, Mark . . . 86,177 Class Play 2, Band 1,2,3, Marching L' i '15 Band 1,2,3, Marching Band 1,2,3 Band 1, Orchestra 2,3, Cheerleading -,542 Theisen, Denise . . . 81,94,99,157 1,2,3, Activity Award 2, Music Honors R ,, N.:, Class Council 2,3, Gym Assistant 2, 1,2,3 sg, VLl,iEbk,.i X, K 5 Ski Club 1,2,3, All-School Play Com- Wendt, Lindalee . . . 91,179 'M '-i Z, ,'kt W , , fu -4 mittee 1, Talent Show 2, Psychology Ottice Assistant 3, French Club 3, Chorus , A ' , 1 1 Club as SPI 3 z,a, Girls' Chorale 3 ' Ir' 1, ' ,, Thiemeyer, Sharyl . , . 90,177 Wengle, Larry . . . 179 . X 1 Ari Assistant 3, Bel Canto 3, Chorus 1, West, Leonard . . . 88,179 ' Girls' Chorale 2, Psychology Club 3 Male Chorale 3, Psychology Club 3 jfs rhill, Diane . . . 177 White, Ben . . . 85,179 an 'l':i" K P35515 Vi Thomas, Bonnie . . , not pictured Student Librarian 2, Bel Canto 3, Male .'7, I r r- 3 L Thomas, Deb . . . 91 Chorale 3, Track 2, Wrestling 1 1, Thomas, Kristine . . , 177 White, Charles . . . sa,179 ,gags ,rr f 1 cherasa White, Dan . . . 46,179 V ' ' N A ' Y--at Thomas, William . , . 112,177 Audio-Visual Aide 2,3, Wrestling 2 .:.. ,ss s1. kk "F"WW?W":1"4 'IM' Ssweegivfweforrrwse-we-oeersgefgeeoasew Football 2,3 White, Karen . . . 179 ' Was it a talent show act? A new twirling routine? No, just the maiorettes clowning for the camera. Marching band maiorettes for 1968 were Jeanette Jobin, Fritzi Hyde, Barb Davisson, Evelyn Urbanski, Bunnie Dollins. Sayotovich, Lynn . . . 80,94,174 Gym Assistant 2: Pep Club 3, SPI 3, GAA 2 Schawinsky, Michael . . . not pictured Schebel, Ronald . . . 174 Scheck, Marion . . . 174 Schei, Don . . . 174 Schick, Thomas . . . 174 Schiller, Carol . . . 174 Language Assistant 2,3, Co-op 3, Ush- ers' Club 1, German Club 3, Spanish Club 1,2 Schilling, Robert . . . 118 Schmaltl, Terry . . . 174 Ottice Assistant 3: Tennis 3 Schmeisser, Craig . . , 174 Schmoker, Kathleen . . . 91,174 Schneider, Arlene . . . 85,174 Office Assistant 2, Ski Club 2, Co-op 3, Competitive Swimming 2 Schoenheide, Tim . . . 85,88,174 Ben's Corner 2 fAssistant Manogerl, Co-op 3, Bel Canto 2,3: Male Chorale 1: Psychology Club 3 Schweim, Michael . . . 174 Scofield, Michael . . . 23,174 Audio-Visual Aide 2,3, Electronics Club 1,2 Scott, Jay . . . 174 Scussel, James . . . 88,174 Scyphers, James . . . not pictured Sears, Diane . . . 174 Ski Club 1,2 Selke, Charles . . . 174 Sellers, Dianne . . . 91,175 Shanks, Kathleen . . . 175 Sharp, William . . . 175 Ski Club 2, Bel Canto 3: Male Chorale 2,3 Shaughnessy, Margaret . . . 175 Sheldon, Blaine . . . 175 Senior Play, Spanish Club 2, Bel Canto 2.3: Male Chorale 1,2,3 Sherwood, Craig . . . not pictured Shirley, Beth . . . 86,86,175 Music Assistant 2, All-School Play 1,3, Spanish Club 1 Ureasurerj, Band 1,2,3, Marching Band 1,2,3, Orchestra 2,3, State Music Honors 1,2,3, Musical Youth International 2: Livonia Youth Sym- phony Scholarship 1, All-School Activity Award 2 Shoebridge, Kathy . . . 175 Oitice Assistant 1: Co-op 3, All-School Play 1,3, Franklin Players 3, Psychology Club 3 Shoenheide, Tim . , . 90 Shuell, Gail . .' . 175 Sibel, Michael . . . 175 Sica, Gary . . . 39,112,115 Silva, Diana . . . 175 Sizemore, Donald , . . 19,101,175 Slate, Catherine . . . 175 Slavin, Michael . , . 112,175 Slocum, Sandra . . . 175 Slowey, Patricia . . . 89,175 Smith, Bernard . . . 88,175 Smith, David . . . 23,112,175 Smith, Deborah . . . 175 Smith, Peggy . . . 175 Smith, Robert . . . 175 Smuk, Joanne . . . 176 Snowden, Georges . . . 176 Soggs, Gary . . . 176 Southern, Lawrence . , . 176 Sowu, Carol . . . 176 Sowders, Carol . . . 176 Ben's Corner 2 Spehar, Karen . , . 90,127,176 Gym Assistant 2, Senior Play 3, Bel Canto 3: Girls' Chorale 2, Competitive Swimming 3 Spencer, Sandra . . . 176 Spica, Jeanette . . . 176 Sprader, Vicki , . . 106 Stool, Jan . . . 77,112,176,197 Student Council 3, International Club 3, Exchange Student from Holland 3, Football 3 Stack, Penelope . . , 84,176 Ca-op 3 Stanley, Douglas . . . 176 Stanley, Elaine , . . 67,68,77,101,176 Ottice Assistant 3, International Club 1,2,3 IVice-Presidentl, Exchange Stu- dent to Sweden 2: All School Play 1,3, Class Play 2,3, Franklin Players 1,2,3, French Club 1,2,3, Bel Canto 1 Staup, Linda . . . 84,176 Co-op 3 Stearns, Sheila . . . 176 Stefanik, Greg . . . 84,176 Stevens, Janice . , . 176,207 Stewart, Jack . . . 176 Stewart, Kathleen . . . 177 Stock, Patricia , . . 26,89,90,177 Stolorczyk, Daniel . . . 177 All-School Play 2, Psychology Club 3 Story, Denise , . . 90,177 Ben's Corner 2, Bel Canto 3, Girls' Chorale 1,2, Psychology Club 3 Stout, Suzanne , . . 100,177 French Club 1, Competitive Basketball 1: National Merit Letter of Commendaf tion 3 Stubbs, Gregory . . . 177 Ben's Corner 3, Co-op 3, Tennis 1 Sutton, Douglas . . . 26,60,88,90,105,107, 112,177 Bel Canto 1,2,3, Male Chorale 1,2,3, Baseball 1,2,3, Basketball 1,2,3 Svec, John . . . 177 Symons, Bob . . . 177 Slyrnanski, Andrea . , . 26,84,90,177 Co-op 3: Ushers' Club 2: Spanish Club 2, Bel Canto 1,2,3, Ensemble 1,2,3, GAA 1 T Tagomi, Tracie . . . 177 Tannehill, Debra . . . 177 Taormina, Maura , . . 11,87,94,125,177 All-School Play 1,3, Junior Play, Year- book 1, Spanish Club 2, Orchestra 1,2 3: Cheerleading 2,3 Thompson, Deborah . . . 16,177 Thompson, John . . . 177 Thompson, Layne . . . 177 Baseball 1: Basketball 2,3 Thompson, Stephen , , , 8B,90,177 Bel Canto 3, Male Chorale 2 Thorne, Joanne . . . 89,90,177 Student Librarian 2, International Club 1, AllrSchool Play 1, Junior Play 2: Franklin Players 1, Ushers' Club 2, Sanish Club 2, Bel Canto 1,2,3 Thornton, Barbara . . . 177 Tithot, Alice . . . 177 Tochmon, Dennis . . . 177 Tamalina, Beatriz . . . 197 Tanda, Tanice . . . 177 Towlerton, John . . . 12,54,86,169,177 Student Council 1,2,3 iPresident1, NW SAA Council 2, Class Council 1: Ottice Assistant 2,3, Junior Play 2, Band 1,2,3, Marching Band 2,3, Psychology Club 3, SPI 3, All-School Activity Award 2 Trosin, James . . . Tucker, Thomas . . Tuiaka, Donald . . Tung, Matthew . . Turcotte, Mary . . Turner, Betty . . . Turner, Vernon . . 177 , not pictured . 177 . 34,177 . 85,177 177 . 178 U Undurrogo, Ana . . . 197 Urbanski, Evelyn . . . 8,41,95,178,200 Maiorette 3 V Vandenberg, Gary . . . 178 Vanecek, Edward . . . 85,178 VanPoperin, Kathy . . . 178 VanRhee, Wendy . . . 178 VanRiper, Charles . . . 178 VanTassel, Gerrie . . . 74,8O,94,178 VanTuyl, Steve . . . 46,B5,178 Vaughn, Robert . . . 178 Vello, Carol . . . 178 Vernier, John . . . 178 Vernon, Gloria . . . 74,178 Villad, Annette . . . 31,178 Vitale, Kenneth W Wagner, Janice . . . 86,178 Ski Club 2, Class Play 2, Band 1,2,3, Marching Band 1,2,3, Earth Science Club 1 Wagner, Lynn . , . 89,178 Future Nurses Club 1, Ca-op 1,2,3, Chorus 1,2,3, Psychology Club 3 9 Waling, Patricia . . . 84,178 Wallace, Kathy . . . 77,89,178 Wallace, Wendy . , , 24,81,176,17B Wallman, Gary . . . not pictured Ward, Debra . . , 78,178 Ottice Assistant 2, International Club 1, Ski Club 2, All-School Play 1, Class Play 2,3, German Club 3 Ward, Thomas . . . 74,75,178 Waring, Suzanne . . . 158,178 Warren, Lowell . . . 85 Wasilewski, Chester . . . 112,114,178 Watkins, Janet . . . 91,127,178 Watkins, Stephen . , . 23,84,B5,178 Watson, Clifford . . . 178 Watson, Dennis . . . 178 Watt, Susan . . . 85,178 waawlalr, Thomas . . . 85,178 Webber, Lyhrr . . . 1713 Wehby, Monica . . . 176,178 Weier, Gretchen . . . 89,95,178 Whiteman, Leighanne . . . 89,179 Chorus 1, Girls' Chorale 2,3 Whitton, Jim . . . not pictured Widak, Laurie . . . 85,179 Wieczorek, Terry . . . 179 Wiggins, Charles . . . 35,105,106,107, 112,113,111-1,115,179 Wight, Richard . . . 112,179 Wilder, Michele . . . 179 International Club 3: All-School Play 3, Junior Play, Franklin Players 2, Spanish Club 2, Bel Canto 3, Swim Show 2 Wilkinson, Susan . . . 179 Williams, Ginette . . . 179 Art Assistant 2,3, International Club 1, 2, All-School Play 1,2, Class Play 1,2, Franklin Players 1,2 Williams, Linda . . . 179 Williamson, Patricia . . . 80,31,179 Wilson, Chris . . . 179 Wilson, Nancy . . . 90,179 Class Council 1, Gym Assistant 2, Ski Club 1,2, Franklin Players 1, German Club 1,2, Bel Canto 1,2,3 iTreasurer, Vice-Presidentl, Psychology Club 3, Aquolites 1,2, Intramural Basketball 1 Wilson, Patricia . . . 179 Wilson, Susan . . . 91,180 Wilson, Tom . . . 180 Winters,Tamaro . . , 180 Witulski, Patricia . . . 180 Wohlberg, Darlene . . . 180 Wolf, Wendy . , . 90,180 Oltice Assistant 1, Co-op 2,3, Bel Canto 3: Girls' Chorale 2, Homecoming Court 1 Wollens, Karen . . . 86,87,180 Office Assistant 1,2: International Club 1, Pep Club 3, Franklin Players 2, Band 1,2,3, Marching Band 1,2,3, Or- chestra 3, lntramural Volleyball 1 Woods, Shirley . . . not pictured Y Yankovich, Judy . . . 89,180 Yard, Ruth Ann . . . 180 Yeager, Debbie . . . 180 Yoshikawa, David . . . 112,180,1B3,190 Young, Louie . . . 180 Yaunge, Margaret . . . 84,180 Yount, Larry . , . 180 Z Zang, Ronald . . . 41,86,B7,180 Lab Assistant 3, All-School Play 1,3, Band 1,2,3, Marching Band 1,2,3, Or- chestra 1,2,3: Psychology Club 3: Music Honors 1,2,3 Zawlocki, Dan . . , not pictured Zedan, Daniel . . . 26,88,90,94,101,116, 155,157,166 - Class Council 3 fVice Presidentl, Lal: Assistant 2, Student Librarian 3, Junior Play, German Club 1, Bel Canto 2,3: Football 1: Swimming 1,2,3, Boys' State 2 zerri, Cathy . , . iso Zentl, Steven . . . 110,111,120,180 Zevchak, Joan . . . 180 zewiske, Ralph . . . 85,180 Ziegenhagen, Harlen . . , 112,180 Ziegler, Jeanette . . . 180 Lab Assistant 2,3, German Club 2,3, Spanish Club 1 iPresidentl, 2, Intra- mural Volleyball 1,2, Soccer 1,2 Zimmerly, John . . . 86,87,180 Zivkovich, Brad . . . not pictured Zsenyuk, Alan . . . 88,90,18O Cole, Christine . , . 54,131 Junior Sophomore Directory u 0 I A David . . . 142 effrey . . . 130 Adams, Randall Adams, Richard Adams, William Adcax, Janet , . . 152 Aborizk, Adams, J Agee, Marsha . Alatalo, Russell ...130 ...130 ...142 . . 63,86,142 ..,142 Alcorn, Helen . . , B9 Alden, Janet . . . 77,142 Alger, Steven . . . 130 Allan, Gary . . . 41,62,106,107 Allender, Karen . . , 94,142 Allmond, Bruce . . . 152 Allore, Deborah Allport, Brian . Almeda, Ruby . Ambler, Linda . Ancona, Frank . Anderson, Joan . . . 89,142,146 ..130 . . 77,142,197 . . 142 . . 113,130 ...130 Anderson, Lorne . . . 130 Anderson, Susan , . . 152 Anderson, Vicki . . . 130 Andrews, Mark . . . 130 ...130 Antrobius, Gary Archer, Karrell . . . 95,127,130 Armstrong, William . . . 130 Blalaitis, James . . . 142 Bleim, Kenneth . , . 142 Block, Pamela . . . 142 Blomquist, Richard . . . 46,142 Boase, Mary . . . 142 Bockelman, Laura . , . 45,130 Bodine, David . . . 130 Bogart, Deborah . . . 130 Boldarini, Josephine . . . 142 Bondy, Michele . . . 14 Bonello, Mark , . . 88,120,142 Bordeau, Hollis . . . 58,130 Boren, Robert . . . 85,142 Borovich, Timothy . . . 88,142 Borregard, Kim . . , 130 Boss, Kathryn . . . 130 Bouffard, Susan . . . 142 Boulet, Gilles . . . 130 Boza, Michael . . , 152 Bramhom, James . . . 142 Braun, Denise . . . 77,91,130 Bricker, Robert . . . 152 Briggs, Aileen , . . 89,93,142 Brincat, Charles . . . 123,142 Bristow, Susan . . . 94,130 Brooks, Charles . . . 88,112,120,142 Brooks, Judith . . . 142 Broome, Jennifer . . . 77,89,142 Arnett, Gloria . . . 130 Arnold, Geoffrey . . . 130 Arnold, Paul . . . 130 Ashley, Robert . . . 116,130 Atkinson, Lynn . . . 94,130 Augustaitis, George . . . 152 Ault, Forrest . . . 62,123,142 Avripas, Lynda . . . 142 Aytes, Donna . . . 142 B Baigrie, Robin . . . 89,130 Bailey, Deborah . . . 89 Baker, Deborah . . . 130 Baldwin, Janet . . . 142 Balio, Diane . . . 95,127,142 Bar, Timothy . . . 142 Barbee, Anthony . . . 142 Barr, Janice , , . 74,142 Barr, Mary . . . 86,142 Barretta, Deborah . . . 130 Barsamian, Jeffrey , . . 130 Borsy, Richard . . . 142 Barton, Carol . . . 130 Basiaga, Joe . . . 46,142 Bassett, Debbie . . . 130 Bateman, Maureen , . , 142 Battaglia, Sue . . . 91,941,130 Bauer, Sue . . . 91,94,130 Baum, Robert . . . 130 Baumeister, Donna . . . 142 Beale, John . . . 130 Beard, Thomas . . . 130 Beaumont, Charles . . . 130 Becker, Cathy . . . 130 Bedford, Evelyn . . . 86,130 Bedient, Louis , . . 130 Behr, Mary . . . 142 Belanger, Yvonne . . . 130 Benedict, Laurie . . . 130 Bennett, Patricia . . . 71,142 Berry, Denise . . . 142 Berry, Diane . . . 130 Bess, Cheryl . . . 142 Bess, Susan , . . 130 Bethuy, Daniel . . . 88,130 Beutner, Barry . . . 142 Bevan, Michael . . . 142 Bie1aczyc,Parn , . . 142 Billing, Ann . . , 95,127,130 Bingham, Keith . . . 1:10 Brown, Janice . . Brown, Janice . . . 130 . 142 Brown, Linda . . . 131 Brown, Margaret . . . 131 Brown, Pamela . . . 142 Bruner, Robert . . 131 Bruno, Gloria . . . 91 Bruny, Ann , , . 91,131 Bryant, Patricia . . . 142 Bryant, Sheril . . . S9 Casey, Stuart . . . 111,131 Cassar, David . . . 131 Cassidy, Ann . . . 89,131 Caudill, Jerry . . . 88,90,143 Cawetzka, Pennie . . . 131 Cenzer, Christopher . . . 143 Cervenan, Susan . . , 131 Chaldekas, Beth . . . 131 Chambo, Dennis . . . 143 chanrae, Charles . . . 88,116 Chapin, Jacke . . . 131 charniga, Richard . . . 152 Cheatham, Eugene . . . 131 Cheney, Gail , . . 91,131,135 Chin, Debra . . , 131 Chopp, Susan . . . 74,B9,143 Cielinski, John . . . 143 cl.-rpper, Michael . . . 84,143 Clark, Barbara . . . 131 Clark, Donald . . . 152 Clark, Linda , . . 77,131 Clark, Michael . . . 131 Clemens, Dianne . . . 143 Clisch, George . . . 143 Clisch, James . . . 131 Coates, Steven . . . 131 Coburn, Denise . . . 89,130 Coleman, Donald . . . 143 Caley, Pamela . . . 89 Collins, James . . . 143 Collins, Kenneth . . . 43,111,131 Comerford, Mark . . , 131 Confer, Richard . . . 131 Congdan, Ralph . . . 131 Connelly, Nancy . . . 131 Cooke, Patricia . . . 131 Cook, rirnarny . . . 152 Davis, Barbara . . . 91 Davis, Carole . . . 94,132 Davissan, Barbara . . . B,86,95,143,200 Davissan, Kathryn . . . 130,132 Dawe, Emilie . . . 132 Dawson, Debbie . . . 132 Day, Deborah . . . 91,127,132 Day, Dorothy . . . 132 Day, Jeffrey . . . 143 Day, Michael . . . 132 De Grazia, Christine . . . 132 De Long, Kerry . . . 79,91,132 De Paal, Randy . . . 143 De Petro, Carole . . . 74,143 De Santo, Diana . , . 54,57,70,94,124, 127,143,151,207 De Wulf, Mark . . . 152 Debien, Ann . . . 89,132 Debien, Leon . . . 143 Decker, Mariorie . . . 67,93 Deedler, Barbara , . . 132 Deedler, Joy . . . 132 Delaguara, Steven . . . 131 Delaney, Peggy . . . 131 Demonski, Sharon . . . 143 Demars, Russell . . . 88,570,143 Demers, Judith . . . 132 Demeter, Stephen . . . 63,143 Brynn, Thomas . . . 116 Brzys, Stephen . . . 89,131 Buchanan, Alison . . . 86,142 Buck, Patricia . . . 131 Buckingham, Bannia . . . 60,143 Buckrnan, David . . . 109,1'l1,131,136 Bukoski, Karen . . . 91,143 Bumgardner, Walter . . . 131 Bunning, Sharon . . . 91,131 Burbank, Mickey , . . 143 Burgess, Deborah . . . 78,143,149 Burk, Michael . . . 116,131 Burk, Steven . . . 23,84,143,194 Burke, David . . . 143 Burke, Michael . . . 143 Burniac, Donald . . . 131 Burns, April . . . 62,142,143 Burns, Rick . . . 143 Bushaw, James . . . 131 Bussart, Cheryl . . . 94,124,131 Byla, Kathleen . , . 143 Byrd, Barton , . . 131 Byrd, Beth . , . 14:1 Byrd, Gary . . . 131 Byrne, Mark . . . 143 Byrnes, Donald , . . 131 Byrnes, Edward . . . 89,131 C Cadeau, Valerie . . . 131 Cadwallader, Greg . . . 143 Cairo, William . . . 27,86,17,88,130 Caldwell, Denny . . . 86,89,131 Caldwell, Merle . . . 86,143 Caldwell, Thomas . . . 131 Calladillas, Debra . . . 91,131 Campau, Candice . . , 143 Campbell, Constance . . . 67,77,88,143 Campbell, Dale . . . 89,131 Campbell, Isabelle . . . 41,54,74,143 Canavan, Kenneth Cooley, Ruth . . Cooper, Andrew 89,91 ,94,1 31 . . . 67,143 Cooper, Donald . . . 143 Cooper, Gary . . . 131 Copeland, Timothy . . . 26,B8,90,143 Corletta, Freida . . . 87,131,185 Corte, Dennis , . . 56,B9,131 Corte, Susan . . . 91,143 Coseo, Patrice , . . 84,91,143 Cosgrove, Craig . . . 46,B9,143 Cosgrove, Maureen . . . 91,94,131 Cauillard, Linda ...143 Courtney, Douglas . . . 131 Cova, Christine . , . 94,143 Cowan, Verna . ,.131 Cox, John . . . 131 Cox, Sheryl . . . 131 Craig, James . . . 86,96,109,113,131 Craig, John . . . 79,143 Craig, Ernest . . Crandell, Dale . . 131 . . 131 crany, Cheryl . . . 143 Crawford, Pamela . . . 91,143 Creighan, Janet . . . 143 Crites, Linda . , Crosby, Albert . . 131 . . 152 Crossett, Debra . . . 143 Crasslin, Clyde . . . 113,123,131 Crumb, Robert , . . 131 Cullen, Jeffrey . . . 131 Culver, Neal . . . 143 Cummings, Patricia . . . 143 Cunningham, Sherrie . . , 143,149 Curran, Geraldine . . . 91,131 Currie, Linda . . . 91,131 Curtis, Charles . ..152 Curtis, Lynda . . . 89,93,127,142,143 Cutright, James . . . 111,131 cwilr, Adolph . . , 111,131 Czarny, rhnnras . . . 131 cragladi, Dianne . . 89,131 Dempsey, Joanne . . . 143 Deniger, Debra . . Denison, Lisa . . . . 143 126,131 Detamble, Gloria . . . 143 Dettlinger, Charles ...143 DiDomenico, Lora . . . 132 DiDomenico, Patricia . . . 143 Di Piazza, Linda . . . 94,130,132 Dick, Allen . . . 143 Diel, John . . . 132 Dietz, Maureen . . . 143 Dinser, Frederick . . . 143 Dinser, Raymond . . . 132 niapari, Timothy . . . s9,1o9,113,1:12 Dixon, Patricia . . , 152 Dabson, David . . . 97,132 Dodds, Donald . . . 89,116,132 Dolecki, Dennis . . . 67,143 Dolin, Kevin . , . 8B,90,143 Domagala, linda . . . 31,63,89,143,149 Dominick, Deborah , . . 85,143 Dammer, Joanne . Dammer, Judith . . Donaldson, Donna . . 54,94,124,143,152 . 28,91,130,132 . . . 152 Donat, Robert , . . 113,132 Danehue, Barbara ... 91,132 Donovan, Kathleen . . . 132 Donovan, Michael ...132 Doran, linda , . . 78,89,126,132 Dortenzio, Gerald Dost, Kathleen . . ...132 .143 Dougherty, Lori . . , 91,130,132 Dougherty, Lynn , . . 144 Dougherty, Robert . . . 132 Draughn, Calvin . . . 26,88,90,144 Drury, James . . , 132 Drury, Michael . , . 144 Dubovik, Debra , . . 132 Dudenhoefer, Donald . . , 132 Dunbar, William . ..144 nrrrfrra, Clittord . , . 144 Dyke, Linda . . . 41,132 E Eaton, Lynne . . . 7B,95,127,130,132 Ebersole, Thomas . . . 63,120,144 Eckhout, Lyn . . . 89,93,127,144 Edelmayer, Terri . ..132 Eidt, Linda . , . 91,144 Eilber, Michael , . . 132 Elsey, William . . . 26,8B,90 Birch, John . , , Birnhart, Judy . 130 . . 77,78,130 Bishop, Pamela . . . 25,142 Cardwell, John . . . 88,143 Ca rey, Gregory . ..131 Carlson, Cynthia . . . 89,143 Blackney, Earl . , . 142 Blackney, Karen . . . 126,142 Blackwell, Bradley . . . 89,130 Blackwell, John , . . 130 Blaesing, Cheryl . . . 142 Blaies, John . . . 130 Blair, George . . . 23,as,9o,142 Blanchard, Joyce . . . 142 Blank, William . . . 130 Carlson, Daryl . . . B9,95,127,131 Carlson, Judith . . . 15,77,91 Carlson, Tom . . . 111,131 Carne, Michael . . . 143 Carrick, James . . . 152 Carroll, Diane . . . 143 Carucci, Mark . . . 131 Cary, David , . . 23,89,131 Casey, Katherine . . . 23,142,143 D Dahl, Forrest . . . 78,131 Daigneau, Michael . . , 88,131 Damminga, Paul . . . 23,77,131 Dane, Kathy . . . 84,143 Darcy, Denise . . . 143 Danilio, Dina . . . 131 Daughtery, Delphia . . . 143 Daves, Linda . . . 132 Davidson, Brian . . . 88,143 Davies, Janet . . , 63,94,127,130,132 Elstone, Kenneth . . . 88,90,144 Emery, Terry . . . 144 Errrmick, Diane . . . 132 Epley, Rebecca . . . 144 Epskamp, David . . . 113,132 Erickson, Charles . . . 144 Erickson, Nancy . . , 86,152 Ericson, Paul . . . 23,89,132 Erxleben, Lynne . . . 91,144 Esch, Dolores , . . 152 Evanotf, James . . . 144 Evaskus, Debra . , . 132 Evenden, Robert . . . 88,239,132 Evenson, Jon . . . 144 F Faber, Bruce . . . 132 Faber, Cheryl . . . 144 Falkner, David . . . 86,87,144 Fanos, Alex . . . 152 Farkas, Karen . . . 78,152 Hanzek, Janice . . . 134 Farrow, John . . . Fedosky, Gary , . . Feister, Marianne . 132 132 . . 126,127,13O,132 Felice, Mark . . . 132 Felix, Michael . . . 144 Fensom, James . . . 144 Fensom, Mariorie . . . 132 Ferensic, Debra . . . 144 Ferguson, Patriica , . . 132 Ferguson, William . . . 88,132 Ferkovich, George . . . 144 Fernandez, Linda . . . 91,132 Fernyhough, Karen . . . 89,144 Ferris, Janine . . . 132 rermrimoihy . . . 88,113,132 Feskorn, Robert . . . 88,120,144 Fetterman, Steven . . . 86,144 Feys, Patrick . , . 144 Hench, Helen . . . Gress, Cathy . . 94,145 Fielder, David . . . 132 Finkelstine, Marshal . . . 132 Fisher, Cheryl , . . 89,144 Fisk, Elizabeth . . . 132 Fite, Debbie . , . 132 Fitzgerald, Maureen . . , 144 Fixler, Carol . . , 94,132 Fleming, Robert . . . 132 Flora, Mark , . . 132 Flores, Raul . . . 144 Florida, Wayne . . . 54,107,112,120,144 Floyd, Steven . . . 88,113,132 Fogarty, Patricia . . . 89,132 Foley, Carol , . . 62,93,95,142,144,202 Folsom, Christine . . . 78,91,132 Font, Michael . . . 113,132 Forest, Diane . , . 132 Fortin, Christine . . . 132 Fortin, Diana . . . 152 Fortune, James . . . 132 Forystok, Gregory . . . 132,136 Fotiu, Cathy . . . 132 Frank, Deborah . , . 91,132 Hoetger, Marta . . . 152 Frontz, Carol . . . 79,132 Frantz, Dan . . . 91,132 Fraser, Douglas . . . 144 Fraser, Jacqueline . . . 77,132 Frasier, Robert . . . 144 Frayer, Daniel . , . Frecka, Deborah . . French, Carolyn . . 133 . 62,144,152 . 144 Frendewey, Robert . . . 118,144 Freuchtel, Marc , . . 133 Fritz, Frederick , . . 133 Fritz, Gary . . . 144 Fritz, Stephen . . . 144 Fron, Mary . . . 133 Frost, Diana . . . 80,144 Frost, Donna . . . 144 Frost, Kathleen . . . 94,144 Frusti, James . . . 78,89,133 Geiger, Diane , . , 87,126,142,144 Genrich, Ronald . . . 113,144 George, Cathy . 144 Geppert, Pamela . 144 Geranen, Sharleen . . . 133 Gibki, Robert . . . 133 Gibson, Janis , . . 73,74,144 Gibson, William . , . 113,144 Gientke, Kathy . . . 67,95,126,133 Gierman, Sandra . . . 3O,54,127,130,133 Gierman, Susan , . . 65,126,130,133 Gilbert, Karen . . . 133 Gillies, Bill . . . 144 Giordano, Paul . 88,133 Giovanni, James . 133 Girardin, Dennis . . . 133 Glaspie, Richard . . . 89,133 Gleason, Kenneth . 144 Glenn, William . 116,133 Glinski, Audrey . Glise, Deborah . 89,127,142,144 133 Globke, Marilyn . . . 78,144 Gluttirig, James . 86,133 Gnacke, David . 144 Gnadt, Frederick . 80,133 Golonka, Joseph . 152 Golota, Robert . 89,133 Gomoll, Rex . , . 144 Gonterman, William . . . 144 Gonzalez, Deborah . . . 144 Gonzalez, Gloria . . . 91,144 Good, Olen . . . Goodall, Theresa 133 . 133 Goodwin, Keith . . . 86,111,116,144 Goodykoontz, Janet . . . 67,74,78,87,133 Gordon, Debra , . . 127,133 Gordon, Kathy . 133 Gorecki, Sandra . . . 133 Gorman, Pamela . . . 127,133 Gotts, Robert . , . 144 Graf, Kathleen . . . 94,133 Graham, Kathy . . . 9,55,62,65,86,87, 142,144 Gramena, Marcelline . . , 56,94,144,151 Grant, Susan , . . 54,133 Gray, Michael . . . 85,144 Greenwald, Gayle . . . 60,61,8O,89,94, 95,142,144 Grey, Lynn . . . .,.133 Greenwood, Patricia . 133 Gribble, Virginia . . . 89,133 Griffin, James . . . 109,113,133 Griffith, Randall . . . 133 Grills, John . . . 133 Grode, Cynthia . . . 78,80,89,144 Gronczewski, Kathleen . . . 152 Gronclewski, Kenneth , . . 134 Gross, America . 91,134 Gruber, Donald . 118,144 Grunas, Vincent . . . 84,144,194 Guenzel, Dennis . . . Gunderson, Terri 152 . 134 imitating Grant Wood's 'Famous Fry, Mark . . . 133 Frye, Pamela . . . 91,133 Fuller, Linda , . . 133 American Gothic, Carol Foley and Jim Kostevo took best cos- tume at Sadie Hawkins dance. Funderburg, Debra . . , 91,133 Furlong, Kathleen , . , 128,133 Furlong, Mary . , , 144 Fusik, Ellen . . . 133 G GaHord, Richard . . . 133 Gage, Richard . . . 133 Gagnon, Vickie . . . 152 Gaikowsfki, Lori . , . 133 Guida, Michael . . . 144 Golan, Dennis . , . 152 Gallagher, Mary . . . 133 Galoch, Bonnie . . . 133 Game, Michael . , . 88,144 Gannage, Dennis . . . 133 Garbutt, Sharon . . . 89,127,133 Gardella, Evelyn , . . 133 Gardella, Sally . . . 133 Gorlacz, Gary . , . 152 Garr, Vilene . . . 133 Garr, Wendell , . . 144 Gartl, Glenn . . . 133 Garvey, Timothy . . , 144 Gates, John . , . 144 Gauthier, David . . . 130,133 Gayk, Dominic . . . 47 Geeting, Roger . . . 133 Geier, Bruce . , . 123,133 Gunn, Patricia . . . 133 Gunter, Janet . . . 134 Gunter, Robert , . . 144 Gurka, Donald . . . 88,152 Guy, Gail . . . 134 Guyot, Charles . , , 88,144 Guzman, Arturo . . . 144 Gwizdala, Nancy Gysel, Jeitrey , . H Hackett, Patricia . ...134 . 144 . . 126,144 Hackett, Timothy . . , 144 Haider, Gabriel . Haley, Jimmy . . Hall, Deborah . . . . 133,134 . 134 . 134 Hall, James . . . 112,144 Hall, Marvin . , . Hall, Michael , . . Halvary, Steven . 145 15,86,87,109,145 . . 134 Hamrick, Sandra . , . 145 Handzlik, Mark . Hansen, Michael . Hanson, James . . Hanson, Jerel . . Hansz, Timothy . . . 134 . . 134 . 116,134 . 34 . . 113,134 Harden, Charles . . . 145 Harper, Linda . . . 142,145 Harris, Charles . . . 87,111,134 Harris, Terry . . . 112,145 Harrison, Ralph . ..134 Hart, Bonnie . . . 67,91,94,134 Hart, Colette . . . 134 Hart, Mary . , . 152 Hartmann, Leslie . . . 84,91,145 Hatfield, Norman Hatkow, Peter , . ...134 .145 Haushalter, Susan . . . 86,87,145 Havlena, Jeffrey . . . 152 Hawks, Sandra , Hawkins, Sandra Hayes, Suzanne . ..134 ...134 ..134 Haynes, Claudia . . . 134 Heaton, William . Hebbard, Patricia ..134 ...145 Hellstein, Robert . . . 26,53,65,66,67,88, 90,145 Hemmings, William , , . 145 Hench, Stephen , Henderson, Steven Hendricks, Linda . 74,80,145 . . 134 . . . 123,145 . . 94,124,134 Hermann, John . . . 134,136 Hermesmeyer, Kate . . . 91,134 Hewett, Archie . . , 134 Higdan, Mark . . Higgins, Francis . . 113,134 . . 88,134 Higgins, Michael . . , 145 Higgins, Terry . . . 145 Hill, Donald . . . 89,145 Hill, Donna , . . 87,145 Hillier, Gail . . . 86,145 Hilving, Ken . . . 134 Hitchcock, Lonnie , . . 134 Hoeft, Gordon . , . 145 Haetger, Gerald . . . 113 Hofer, Kathleen . ..134 Hott, Diane . . . 134 Hogan, Robert . . Hoiby, Carol . , . Hollandsworth, Ro 109,112,115,134 Holman, Patricia . Holmberg, Laura . Holwig, William , Hooper, Kathleen Hopkins, Maureen Hopp, Janette . . Horak, Marlene . Horste, Nancy . . Hoss, Gary . . . 1 . 89,145 145 bert . . . 54,57,lO8, . . 91,134 , . 91,134 . . 62,108,109,128,145 . . 91,134 . . . 91,134 . 134 . . 91,152 . 145 45 House, William . , . 134 Houston, Scott . . Howell, David , . . 134 . 134 Hoyna, Margaret . . . 90,145 Huggard, Greig . . . 88,90,145 Hughes, Barbara . . . 145 Hughes, Cathy . . Hughes, Eugene . . 91,126,127,134 . . 111,134 Huizenga, Gregory . , . 116,134 Hulsker, John . , . 152 Humph ies Andrea . . . 134 I' r Hunt, Ralph . . . Hunt, Susan . . . Huntley, Gary , . Hutchinson, Bradle Hutchinson, Dan . 145 134 . 88,134 y...sa ..134 Hutton, Jerry . . . 134 Huzar, John . . . 134 Hyde, Gloria . . . 95,145,200 Hymes, Carol . . . 89,90,145 Hymes, Thomas . . . 134 Hynes, James . . . 134 Irving, Deborah . . . 91,130,134 lsler, Linda , . . 91,134 lvankovich, Michael . . . 145 lvans, John . . . 89,134 J Jackson, Marvel . . . 145 Jacobs, Donna , . . 84,145 Jacquemotte, Diane . . , 152 Jacques, Diane , . . 134 Jatfe, Rosalyn . . . 91,145 JatYe,lSam . . . 134 Jahnke, Deborah . . . 78,134 James, Pamela . . . 134,185 Jay, Judy , . . 54,66,77,89,126,134 Jenkins, Jeannine . . . 145 Jennings, Candace . . . 74,77,78,80,145 Jerden, William . . . 134 Jinnett, Michael . . . 109,113,134 Jiskra, Tony , . . 134 Jobin, Jeanette . . . 63,95,145,2O0 Johnson, Darrell . , . 145 Johnson, Debbie . . . 134 Johnson, Gay . . . 145 Johnson, James . . . 136 Johnson, Jettrey . . . 134 Johnston, Kurt . . . 134 Johnston, Michael . . . 145 Jonasz, Bruce . . . 88,111,134 Jonasz, Christine . . . 89,145,184,186 Jonassen, Julie . . . 91,134 Jones, Alan . . . 88,145 Jones, Deborah . . . 91,145 Jones, Donna . . . 59,89,134 Jones, Jock , . . 152 Jones, Jeffrey . . . 134 Jordan, Denise . . . 134 Juengel, Janet . . . 145 Juengel, Karen . Juntunen, Joyce . K Kacin, Susan . , . ..135 ..135 Kaiser, Lynn , . . 145 Kaiser, Robert . . . 152 Kaiser, Susan . . . 91,94,145 Kalenik, Christine . . . 79,91,145 Kondah, Bill . . . 86,145 Kane, Barbara . . . 89,145 Karas, Raymond . . . 145 Kaseta, Anthony . . . 109,135 Kaske, Jacqueline . . . 135 Kasparek, Frank . . . 107,112,145 Kasparek, Kenneth . . , 108,109,113,135 Kastelic, Deborah . . . 145 Katalenic, Bonnie . . . 91,135 Kay, Roxana . . . 135 Kean, Francine . , . 135 Keating, Timothy . . . 118,123,145 Keene, Dennis , . . 135 Kekhoua, Gabriel . . . 146 Kelm, Karen , . . 135 Kemp, Deborah . . . 146 Kent, Ronald . . . S8 Keaugh, Kelly . . . 146 Keough, Suzanne . . . 135 Kerwin, Janie . . , 135 Keyworth, Deborah . . . 135 Khoury, Victor . . . 146 Kiefer, Debbie , . . 135 Kilpelci, Don . . , 89,135 Kimpton, John . . , 135 Kind, Jeffrey . . , 10,54,61,88,107,112, 120,146 Kind, Ken . . . 88,113,135 King, Deborah . . . 89,146 King, John . . . 135 Kingsbury, Nancy . . . 63,146 Kihyoh, Sarah . . . 135 Kirlanoif, Terri . . . 135 Kitlmiller, John . . . 78,239,135 Kiwak, Ronald . . . 146 Klaus, Steward , . . 29,88,113,135 Kleban, Karen . . . 135 Klenk, Paulo . . , 90,93,146 Klyberg, Kathry Kmet, Thomas . Knieia, Vicki . . . 135 n , . . 91,135 ..146 Knight, Barbara . . . 135 Knight, Denise . . . 152 Knight, Kenneth . . . 34,146 Knight, Stephen . . . 89,135 Knudsen, Karen . . . 135 McKeon, Kathleen . Kobiata, Michael Koehn, Sharon . Koepfle, Sally . . . . . 113,146 . . 77,90,146 . 91,146 Kolodziei, Keith . , . 135 Kolodxiei, Mary . . . 41,146 Kopchia, Diana . ,.146 Kopeikin, Karen . . . 130,135 Kopy, John . . . Korona, Walter . 34,135 . . 88,146 Kortes, Sherry . . . 146 Korvun, Sidney . Kosis, Shirley . . Kosteva, James . 146,202 Kotlarz, Diane . Kotlarz, Michael . . 135 . 54,146 . . 88,95,103,111,120, . . 135 ...116 Kovala, Kendall . . . 135 Kovalchik, Andrew . . . 54,113,135 Kramer, David . Kroes, Jason . . Krogol, Susan . . Krall, Kathleen , Krall, Richard . . Kroske, Richard . Krueger, James . Krueger, Karen . . . 116,135 . 111,135 . 5,62,86,146 . . 94,135 , 152 . . 152 . . 89,146 . . 135 Ku, Lucia . . . 77,90,146 Kucab, Linda . , Kuehn, Deborah . 146 . . . 78,89,133,135 Kuhn, Rodney . . . 88,146 Kuiath, Nancy . Kumbier, William ..146 . . . 55,67,146 Kunu, Bruce . . . 146 Kupras, Philip . . . 146 Kutz, Diane . . . 146 Kuzmitl, Judith . . . 135 L Labelle, Joanne . . . 75,145,146 LaCharite, Diane . . . 146 LaCIair, Richard . . . 135 LaDuke, David . . . 86,146 LaPointe, Keith . . . 146 LaVier, Greg , . . 135 Laerzio, Rick . . 152 Lahti, Linda . . . 89,146 LaMay, Lionel . . . 88,90,152 Lomond, Marsha . . . 94,135 Lanchester, Kevin . . . 146 Lane, Lois . . . 135 Lang, Dennis . . . 112,114,123,146 Lang, Diane . . . 54,55,94,146,152 Lang, Roger . . . 108,113,135 Larabell, Russell . . . 25,146 Leer, Lynddl , . . 87,135 Law, Dawn . . . 91,135 Lawrence, John . Lawrence, Les . . Lawson, Signe . Lecureux, Kent . Lee, Barbara . . ..146 .146 . . 135 . . 135 . 135 Lee, Barry . . . 135 Lee, Cheryl . . . 135 Lee, Hope . , . 84,146 Lee, Lawrence . . . 111,123,135 Leedom, Dennis . . . 146 Letler, James . . Letler, Joseph . . Leggat, Robert . Leggat, Scott . . . 111,135 . 135 . . 123,136 . 55,62 Lehto, Mark . . . 109,113,136 Leist, Nancy . , . Lenart, Diane f . Lentini, Loretta . Lenze, Anne . . . Lepla, Loselle . . Lescae, Carol . . Leslie, Barbara . Lewan, Diane . . Lewis, Deborah . Lewis, Susan , . Liddell, Cheryl . Lilligren, Paula . Lindroth, Gary . Linville, Debra . Lishinski, Gary . Livesey, Edward Liveeey, David , Lloyd, Kathy . , Lloyd, William . Locke, Carol . . . Logan, William . Loruss, Craig . . 74,139,146 . 87,146,191 . . 146 136 . 89,152 . 89,136 . . 91,136 . 77,7B,87,136 , . 136 . 136 . 136 . . 77,78,136 . . 146 . . 91,136 . . 152 . . . 152 . . 136 . 74,91,146 . . 136 136 . . 136 . 136 Louis, Scott , . . 113,136 Luch, Kenneth . . . 136 Lundsten, Dennis Lusk, Larry . . . M Maas, Terry . . . ...136 136 136 Mac, Catherine . . Mac, Kenneth . , . . 26,90,146 136 MocTaggart, Thomas . . . 136 MacDonald, lain . . . 136 Mackalski, Carol . . . 146 Madden, Janis . . , Madar, Daniel . . , 146 152 Maddox, Roxanna . . . 67,77,78,146 Madei, Susan . . . 136 Madigan, Joanne . , . 91,95,127,130,136 Mager, Daniel . . , Mahar, Larry . . . 113,136 136 Maher, Patrick . . . 136 Mainprize, James . . . 136 Maitland, Pamela . . , 136 Maitland, Richard . . . 136 Makinen, Terry . . Makowski, Paula . . 77,136 . . 136 Malaniak, Connie . . . 136 Malaniak, Jan . . , 146 Malaniak, Lorri . . . 136 Malkiewicz, Joan . . . 26,9O,146 Mallos, Patricia . . . 145,146 Mallos, Tula . . . 136 Maloney, Gregory . . . 23,8B,136 Maloliec, Mark . . . 86,126,147 Malaziec, Mary . . . 136 Manning, Ronald . . . 136 Manteuftel, Dennis . , . 152 Manuel, Brenna . . . 126,136 Marcum, Deborah . . . 136 Marderosian, Vahneeg . . . 88,136 Marley, Denise . . . 136 Marsh, Debra . . . 43,89,136 Marsh, Diane . . . 89,136 Marshall, Thomas . . . 136 Martin, Chris . . . 136 Martin, Janice . . . 89,136 Martin, Karen . . . 147 Martin, Leonard . . . 136 Martin, Richard . . . 136 Martinez, David . . . 47,88,94,147 Martini, James . . . 39,147 Mortyniak, Michele . . . 91,136 Marvel, Roy . , . 136 Marzewski, Robert . . . 111,147 Mashni, Victor . . . Mason, Sherry . . . 136 136 Masterson, Denise . . . 147 Matfih, Carol . . , 147 Mattina, Geralyn . . . 136 Matweychek, Sharon . . . 137 Maurus, Beverly . . . 137 Mey, Linda . . . 147 Maynard, Linda . . Mayo, Beverly . , . Mayotte, Michael . . 37,94,137 137 . . 147 Mazuro, Vincent . . . 137 Mazzella, Jenny . . . 147 McAdam, Richard . . . 55,88,107,146,147 McCarthy, Beatrice , . . 137 McCarthy, Edward . . . 147 McCollach, Michael . . . 116,147 McCormick, Sue . . . 137 McCoy, Debra . . . 137 McDonald, Gary . . , 137 McFarland, David . McGill, Cheryl . . . McGowan, Mariann . . 152 127,137 e . . . 137 McGreevy, Mary . . . iao,i37 McGuire, Roberta . ..147 Mclnteer, John . . . 152 Mclnteer, Laura . . , 38,137 Mclntosh, Terri . . . 28,63,67,89,142,147 ..147 McKerracher, Linda . . . 41,89,137 McKinney, Mickey . . . 137 McKinney, Penelope . . . 152 McLaren, Michael . . . 147 McLaren, Sandra . . . 147 McMurtrey, Marcia . . . 67,77,147 McNeece, Christine . . . 147 McNeilly, Bob . . . 137 McNeilly, Cheryl . . . 147 Mead, Barbara . . . 126,147 Medland, Gary . . . 13,72,73,120,142, 147,187 Medlen, Ricky . . , 137 Mehney, Michael . . . 26,65,86,88,90,147 Mehney, Monica . . . 137 Melnik, Marcia . . . 137 Meloche, Michael . . . 137 Meloche, Therese . . . 147 Merrow, Rickey . . . 116 Merwin, Cheryl . . . 147 Mey, David . . . 88,152 Meyers, Charles . . . 152 Michelson, Daniel . . . 89,118,147 Mill, Drew . . . 137 Mill, Raellyn . . . 147 Miller, Cynthia . . . 91 Miller, Donna . . . 152 Miller, James . . . 147 Miller, Kurt . . . 111,120,147 Miller, Lynn . . . 137 Miller, Patrick . . . 123,137 Miller, Roger . . . 137 Miller, Valli . . . 147 Miller, William . . . 137 Mimnaugh, Annmarie . . . 89,91,137 Mimnaugh, Kathleen . . . 147 Miner, Debra . . . 147 Mishler, Judyth . . . 127,137 Miskolci, Charles . . . 152 Missale, Gary . . . 137 Mitchell, Catherine . . . 137 Mitchell, Helen . . . 91,147 Mitchell, Jackie . . . 147 Mitchell, Linda . . , Mitchell, Stephen . . Monge, Joseph . . . 94,137 . 74,147 88,137 Monk, John . . . 147 Monkiewicz, Ken . . . 147 Monks, Marilou . . . 137 Montgomery, Karen . . . 77 Moore, Darreld . . . 137 Moore, David . . . 137 Moore, Larry . . . 147 Moore, Patricia . . . 14,147 Moore, Patricia . , , 137 Moorey, William . . . 147 Moorhead, Constance . . . 137 Moran, William . . . 111,137 Moriarty, Michael . . . 88,147 Morosky, Susan . . . 137 Morris, William . . . 147 Morterud, Barbara . . . 137 Mosier, Dorothy . . , 137 Moss, Terry . . . 113 Mueller, Dawn . . Mulawka, Patricia Mulcrone, James . 59,127,137 . . . 90,147 . . 147 Mulcrone, Julianne . . . 137 Mulkiten, David . Mulvihill, James . Munz, Catherine . Murphy, Michael . Murray, Donald . . . 63,107,147 . . 147 . , 29,77,91,137 . , 137 . . 66,67,74,147 Murray, Mark . . . 66,88 Muscat, Edwin . . . 120,147 Muzichuk, Danny . . . 88 N Nagano, Elaine , . . 54,56,57,94,124,126, 137,141 Nalepa, Karen . . , 147 Natoli, Gail . . . 91,147 Nedeau, Patricia . . . 66,72,89,147 Nelson, Linda . , . 91,137 Nelson, Roderick . . . 137 Nemazi, John . . . New, Lois . , . 137 113,147 Newman, Catherine . . . 137 Newman, Gregory . . . 88 Newman, Ken . . . 147 Newton, Arlene . . . 54,77,89,94,147 Newton, James . . . 137 Newton, Sha rlene . . . 77,89,94,147 Nichol, Timothy . . .'152 Nicholls, Norma , Nisun, Ronald . . . . 137 . 137 Nixon, Robert . . . 89,137 Nolan, Linda . . . 74,147 Noomie, Norman . . . 28,137 Norrie, Kathleen . . . 91,147 Norton, Wendy , . . 147 Novak, Dennis . . Nowak, James . . O 137 . 147 O'Connell, Michael . . , 147 O'Connell, William O'Conner, Eileen . O'Grady, Steven . O'Leary, Thomas . O'Malley, Thomas . . . 138 , . 137 . . 137 . . 111,120,147 . . . 23,137 Okerblom, Dale . . . 137 Olafson, Deidre . , . 147 Oleson, Susan . . . 137 Oleszkowicz, Bernard . . . 137 Oliver, Nancy . . . 89,147 Oliverio, Patricia . . . 137 Olli, James . . . 147 Olson, Connie . . . 91,147 Olson, David . . . Olst, Patrick . . . 147 152 Olszewski, Susan , . . 91,137 Oplond, Donald . . . 86,113,137 Ormiston, Terry . . . 74,147 Ormond, Stephen . . , 116,147 Osters, James . i . 137 Ottman, Deborah . . . 65,74,152 P Fachol, Margaret . . . 147 Page, Jeanette . . . 137 Paliwoda, Pearl . . . 147 Palmarchuk, Debra . . . 89 Palmer, James . . . 88,137 Palmer, Bill . . . 137 Palombo, Joanne . . . 137 Pannuto,Thomos . . . 137 Paradowicz, Kathleen . . . 77,78,137 Paradowic1,Linda . . . 77,78,147 Pore, Suzanne . . . 145,147 Parent, Maureen . . . 91,147 Parkinson, Allen . . . 137 Parkinson, Ann . . . 137 Parkinson, Bruce , . , 147 ParkS, Tim . . . 147 Parzuchowski, Kim . . . 137 Pass, Cheryl . . . 89,147 Paulson, Linda . . . 148 Pawlisch, Craig . . . 148 Peacock, Michael , . . 67 Pearce, Ronald . . . 138 Pearce, Vivian . . . 148 Pearse, Deborah . . . 138 Pehrson, Janice . . , 94,148 Peinado, Armando . . . 148 Pelchat, Christine . . . 91,138 Pelchat, Patricia . . . 148 Pelz, Darlene . . . 148 Pemmitt, Dennis . . . 138 Pengelly, Tom . . . 148 Penn, Kenneth . . . 118,148 Penn, Richard . . . 87,138 Pennebaker, Joseph . . . 123,138 Pennington, Pamela . . . 94,138 Pepple, Steven . . . 138 Perzyk, Paul . . . 148 Peters, Cynthia . . . 89 Peters, Dale . . . 148 Peters, Philip . . . 123,148 Petrot, Betteann . . . 91,138 Petres, James . . . 23,148 Phelps, Kurt . . . 148 Phelps, William . . . 88 Philips, Charles . . . 338,148 Phillips, Jacqueline . . . 138 Phillips, Rhonda . . . 57,127,141 Pieknik, David . . . 138 Pieknik, Paulette . . . 138 Pierce, Linda . . . 148 Pierson, Christopher . . . 148 Pitt, Ellen . . . 77,89,138 Pitt, Paul . . . 112,116,120,148 Pitts, Jocelyn . . . 148 Plant, Kathleen . . . 38,138 Plotkowski, Michael . . . 63,148 Plue, Roger . . . 138 Pokryfki, Frances . . . 89,94,148 Pokryfki, Gerard . . . 138 Polcyn, Steven . . . 89,138 Polselli, Gilda . . . 41,148 Ponchart, Kathleen . . . 89,148 Poole, Harry . . . 138 Pop, Juliana . . . 91,138 Porter, James . . . 107,148 Posler, Clay . . . 148 Posler, Suzanne . . . 77,148 Potts, Michael . . . 148 Powell, Barbara . . . 138 Powell, Charles . , . 138 Powell, Geraldine . . . 54 Prendergast, Allan . . , 113,138 Price, Michael . . . 148 Prince, Theresa . . Prince, Timothy . . . 138 . 148 Pringle, Ann . . . 91,94,124,138 Pringle, Kathy . . , 148 Purcell, Maude . . . 148 Purel, Barbara . . . iss Pushies, Fred . . . 88,90,118,148 Q Quinn, Cynthia , . . 35,90,148 Quinn, Michael . . , 118,148 R Rachola, Marie . . . 148 Racicot, Denise . . . 138 Radionoff, Stephen . . . iss Radtke, Dennis . . . 148 Rae, Michael . . . 138 Rae, Shirley . . . 77,138 Rogan, Kathy . . . 5,13,87,92,95,124,127 148 Ransom, David . . . 87,138 Rapp, Timothy . . . 138 l Roppley, Mark . , . 138 Raquepaw, Charles . . , 148 Raschke, Michael . . . 138 Raschke, Patricia . . . 148 Ray, Thomas . , . 138 Razgunas, Ann . . . 87,138 Redilla, Linda . . . 91,138 Redoutey, Michael . . . 138 Redwood, Joyce . . . 148 Reeber, John . . . 142,148 Reeber, Michael . . . 138 Reese, Robert . . . 148 Regan, Maureen . . . 77,89,148 Reilly, Janet . . . 148 Rein, Maureen . . . 148 Remer, Arnold . . , 138 Revell, Laurie . . . 26,90,148 Reynolds, John . . . 148 Reyst, Mark . . . 148 Rich, John . . . 113,138 Richards, Brion . . . 88,138 Richards, Lorraine . . . 94,148 Richards, Patricia . . . 89,99,148 Richardson, David . . . 120,148 Richardson, John . . . 86,111,120,148 Rickard, Lindo . . . 138 Rickard, Sharon , . . 148 Ridley, James . . . 120,148 Riehl, James , . . 138 Riley, Elizabeth . . . 148 Roberts, Carol . . . 67,95,130,138 Roberts, Sue . . . 91,148 Robinson, Rita . . . 148 Rodemeyer, Mark . . . 148 Rodriguez, Robert . . . 138 Roe, Debbie . . . 148 Roewer, Mark . . . 148 Rogacki, Mary Ellen . . . 138 Rogers, Roxanne . . . 138 Rogers, Sharon , . , 138 Rohatynski, Mary . . . 148 Randy, Raymond . , . 29,113,138 Roney, Nancy . . . 138 Rooke, Kathleen . . . 138 Roos, Dennis . , . 148 Rose, Robert . . . 138 Rosinski, Marylou . . . 78,89,148 Rosinski, Suzanne . . . 91,138 Rosko, Michael . . . 148 Rosnosky, Walter . . . 148 Ross, Lucy . . . 138 Ross, Robert . . . 138 Rath, Cathy . , . 41,124,125,148 Rotter, Gary . . . 89,138 Rottermond, Dawn . . , 87,139 Roush, Randall . , . 74,148 Rozanski, Barbara . . . 139 Rozema, Janet . . , 148 Ruokolainen, Robert . . . 128,148 Russeou, Richard . . . 139 Russell, Brian . . . 88,90,148 Russell, Richard . , . 148 Ryan, Nancy . . . 148 Ryan, Susan . . . 74,78,139 Rybak, Carol . . . 148 Rykiewicz, Linda . . . 148 Ryskomp, Daniel . . . 108,109,112,148 S Sobot, Sharon . . . 139 Sabdo, Pamela . . . 139 Saelzler, Mary . . . 139 Said, James . . , 148 Said, Ted . . . 118,119 Salin, Brian . . . 139 Salisbury, Jamie , . . 139 Salvaggio, Elizabeth . . . 149 Sammons, Raymond . . . 139 Sandell, Valerie , . . 139 Sanders, Richard . . . 116,149 Sands, Deborah . , . 77,139 Sanford, Lindsay . . . 54,74,139 Santa, Joyce . . . 149 Saplis, Mary . . . 139 Sorazin, Michael . . . 88,149 Scane, James . . . 88,149 Scarlett, Carolyn . . . 91,149 Schebel, Linda . . . 91,139 Scheerer, Barbara , . . 139 Schemanske, Sharon . . . 149 Schiller, Irene . . . 139 Schilling, Suzanne . . . 149 Schlick, William . , , 23,86,149 Schoch, Cynthia . . . 139 Schou, Sandra . . . 149 Schram, Fredrick . . . 139 Schultz, Linda . . . 149 Schuman, Carl , . . 86,149 Schuman, Craig . . . 77,89,123,149 Scowden, Michael . . . 149 Scrace, Randall . . . 139 Seaberg, John . . . 86,149 Sears, Emily . . . 149 Secord, Patricia . . . 78,89,139 Secret, Sarah . . . 149 Segasser, Patricia . . . 45,149 Seguin, Greg . . . 139 Seigneurie, Donna . . . 139 Selix, Robert . . . 88,139 Selke, Carol . . . -139 Selva, Gary . . , 149 Seriguchi, Carolyn . . . 78,149 Shaffer, Gary . . . 149 Shatter, Gayle . . . 78,149 Shandilis, Christine . . . 149 Shondilis, John . , . 149 Shaughnessy, Catherine . . . 138,139 Shaw, Barry . . . 149 Shaw, David . . , 139 Shekell, Barbara . . . 149 Shekell, Lynn . , . 139 Shemke, Anthony . . . 79,86,149 Shiplett, Anita . , . 139 Shirshun, David . . . 149 Sicard, Richard . . . 149 Siegfried, Scott . . . 89,139 Supplee, Neil . . Sutherland, John . 150 . . . 23,139 Suttle, Clark . . . 87,139 Sutton, Maureen . . . 150 Swain, Debra . . . 65,89,150 Swain, Mark . . . 139 Sweeney, Michael . . . 139 Swift, Michael . . . 150 Swift, Robert . , 139 Symanns, George , . . 150 Syrylo, Patrick . . . 150 Szatwicz, Betty . . , 91,139 Szatwiecz, Cheryl . . . 150 Szuro, Charlene . . . 150 T Tabor, Janet . . . 150 Tackett, Brenda . . . 139 Taormina, Susan . . . 87,94,124,139 Targanski, Frank . . 140 Tate, Debra . . . 140 Taylor, Dole . . . 140 Taylor, Glenna . . , 78,94,140 Taylor, Maurene . , . 91,140 Vrba,JefF . . . 150 W Waddell, Joel . . . 150 Waddups, Daniel . . . 150 Wagner, Charlene . , . 140 Wagner, Cheryl . . . 150 Wagner, Ronald . . , 150 Wainn, Nancy . . . 150 Walborn, Brion . . . 140 Walker, Brian . . . 140 Wallman, Bruce . ..140 Wallner, Michael . . . 14-0 Walsh, city . . , 150 Wand, Linda . . . Ward, Arlene . . . 89,149,150 89,142,150 Ward, John . . . 140 Ward, William . . .140 Waring Thomas . . . 89,140 Work, Frederick . . . 150 Wasilewski, Diane . . . 94,140 Watkins, Janice . . . 140 Watkins, Jettrey . Watt, Steven . . . . . 88,140 123,150 Sikes, Joe . . . 139 Silver, Mark . . . 87,139 Simmons, Mollie . . . 139 Simo, Michael . . . 149 Simpkins, Debra . . . 149 Sinclair, Kenneth . . . 139 Sinclair, Linda . . . 17,149 Skender, Michael . . . 116,117,139 Slate, Jeanne . . , 139 Slate, Joanne . . . 149 Slavin, Denise , . . 9-4,126,130,139 Sledz, Alan . . . 139 Smereko, Corinne . . . 13,72,77,149 Smith, Daniel . . . 149 Smith, David . . . 74,149 Smith, David . . . 139 Smith, Deborah . . . 91,139 Smith, Dennis . . . 139 Smith, amy . . . aa,9o,149 Smith, Gwen . . 94,139 Smith, Jama . . . 89,149 Smith, Kathy . , 78,149 Smith, Margaret . . . 91,149 Smith, Marquette . . . 139 Smith, Michael . ..139 smith, Molly . . . 139 Smith, Paul . . . 86,87,149 Smith, Philip . . . 1:19 Smith, Todd . . . 149 Smither, Richard . . . 109,113,139 Smyser, Bruce . . . 149 Snyder, Barbara Sobeck, Christine Sobeck, Lynne . . . . . 86,921,149 . . . 91,149 .f89,139 Soorus, Armas . . . 139 Sopsich, Paul . . 139 Sova, Susan . . . 91,139 Spanich, Susan . . . 139 Spencer, Rabin . . . 27,86,95,149 Spencer, Sheila . . . 77,139 Spendol, Barbara . . . 139 Spendal, Robert . . . 116,149 Spica, Linda . . . 149 Spivey, Debra . . . 149 St. Onge, Roger . . . 139 St. Pierre, Dennis . . . 139 Stackpoole, David . . . 139 Staley, Raymond . . , 139 Stanchina, Raenetto . . . 87,139 Stanley, Julie . . . 54,91,139 Sta n ley, Timothy ...149 Storin, Glenis . . . 149 Stove, David . . . 139 Stearns, Gary . . . 113,123,139 Stearns, Wayne . , . 79,149 Steinhauer, Curtis . . . 26,67,77,88,90, 111,120,149 Stetson, Stewart . . . 149 Stevens, Patricia . , . 78,139 Stevens, Thomas Stewner, Heather Stiehl, Charles . . ...149 ...139 ,139 Stocker, Alan . . . 139 Stoelt, Virginia . Stoll, Pamela . . . 87,149 14 Stone, Deborah . . . 67,91,150 Stone, Douglas . . 150 Stone, Michael . . . 79,150 Stork, Janice . . 139 Stott, Duane . . . 139 Stout, Elaine . . . 150 Stoutenburg, Richard . . . 88,150 Strand, Nancy . . . 150 Strick, Richard . . . 150 Stubbs, Mark . . . 139 Summerlee, Richard . . . 85 Taylor, Michael . . . 74,150 Taylor, Richard . . . 88 Taylor, Sandra . , , 140 Teefey, James . . . 150 Teetzel, Alan . . . 150 Tesnow, Diana . . . 91,140 Theur, Larry . . . 140 Thill, James . . . 150 Thomas, Donald . . . 116,140 Thomas, James . . . 150 Thompson, Gerald . . . 78 Thompson, Kathleen . . . 59,94,95,140 Thorne, Roblyn . . . 140 Thornton, William . . . 150 Thorpe, Daniel . . . 112,150 Tiano, Joseph . . . 113,140 Tilley, Thomas , . . 150 Timoszyk, Kenneth . . . 150 Tison, Deborah . . , 140 Tobias, Nancy . . . 86,150 Tocco, Larry . . . 88,150 Tolles, Craig . . . 140 Toole, Terri . . . 140 Topolnick,VVilliam . . . 140 Tovey, Kathie . . . 150 Townsend, Leslie . . , 89,127,140 Tralidlo, Karen . . . 140 Trapiss, Dianne . . . 140 Trask, Thurston . . . 150 Traub, Donna . . . 150 Traub, Thomas . . . 150 Trennepohl, Jon , . . 86,150 Tresik, Carol . . . 89,94,126,127,13O,140 Trottier, Michael . . . 88,90,150 Tsonakas, Pete . . . 150 Tucker, Barbara . . . 140 Tudor, Lauri . . . 89,150 Tughan, Alice . . . 89,140 Tughan, Patricia . . . 86,127,150 Tunnell, Carolyn . . . 150 Turke, Paul . , . 140 Turner, Joanne . . 140 U Urbonski, Janet . , . 140 V Vanderlinden, Kathleen . , . 140 VanDuine, Kimberly . . . 140 VanDusen, Donald . . . 88,140 VonHeusden, Valerie . . . 150 vuhizipei, Debra . . . 91,140 VanStrien, Richard . . . 150 VanTuyl, Clittord . . , 111,140 VanTuyl, Cynthia . . . 77,78,80,150 Varani, Donna . . . 140 Varani, Michael . . . 120 Vartanian, Thomas . . . 150 Velikov, Mark . . . 88,140 Vella, Suzanne . . . 150 Vernier, Susan . . . 150 Vernon, Doycann . . . 91,140 Vernon, Karen . . . 150 Vestrand, Thomas , . . 140 Vetn, Susan . . . 63,65,86,150 Vickstrom, Judy . . . 150 Vidusic, George . . . 111,150 Vigliorolo, Daniel . , . 26,66,67,77,88,90 150 Viland, James . . . 150 Vitale, Darlene . , . 74,77,89,150 vsgt, Judy , . . 2a,9o,15o Volchatt, Dennis , . . 89,113,140 Volchoff, Rebecca . . , 150 Volk, Philip , . . 150 Vrba, Janice . . . 28 Watt, Valerie . . . 140 Watterson, John . . , 150 Weber, Sherrie . . . 150 weed, Roy . . , 140 Welch, Barbara . . . 140 Welch, Thomas . . . 150 Werton, Diane . . . 140 Wesley, Maureen . . . 77,79,150 West, Charlene .. , 140 Westpholl, Shaun . . . 74,78,150 Westwood, William . . . 140 Whalen, Randall . . . 113,150 Wharton, Mary . . . 150 Wheelock, Bruce . , . 150 White, Michael . . . 88,140 Whitehead, Lynnwood . . . 150 Wickman, Blair . . . 120,150 VWckman, Paula . . . 140 Wienczak, Paul . . . 120,150 Wienczak, Ronald . . . 150 Wilcox, Paul . . , 150 VWlliams, Charles . . . 151 Williams, Donald . . . 140 Williams, Harold . . . 140 Williams, Vernon , . . 113,140 Williams, Wendell . . . 151 Williamson, Theresa . , . 151 WYlson, Ann . . . 140 Wilson, Daniel . . . 88,89,151 Wilson, David . . . 140 Wilson, Deborah . . . 71,77,94,151 Wilson, Deborah . . . 89,140 Wilson, Eugene . , . 140 Winkka, Marybeth . . . 140 Winkler, Paula . . . 94,130,140 Winters, Wendy . . . 140 watkowski, Joseph . . . 151 Wolfe, Galen . . . 151 Wallens, Terri . . . 62,89,128,140 Wolverton, Michael . . . B8,90,151 Wood, John . . . 151 Woodard, Mary . . . 140 Wright, David . . . 89,140 Wright, Harold . . . 23,140 Wright, Jeffrey . . . 130,140 Wright, Kemberly . . . 151 Wright, Laurie . . . 140 wright, Paul . . . 123,151 Wright, Susan . . . 140 Wright, Theresa . . . 90,151 Wyont, Richard . . . 140 Y Yokel, Colleen . . . 151 Yerks, Donald . . . 41,67,151 York, Ronald . . . 89,151 Young, Dennis . . . 151 Young, Dorothy . . . 140 Young, William . . . 151 Yuha, Jane . . . 140 Yuha, Joan . . . 140 Yuhasz, Robert . . . 61,86,111,120, Z Zabawa, Foul . . . 123,151 Zachmann, Lindo . . . 89,140 Zarb, vichy . . . 151 151 Zedan, Margaret . . . 77,87,94,126,151 Ziegenhagen, Robert . . . 140 Zielke, David . . . 151 Zikmund, Bruce . , . 151 Zimmerman, David . . . 88,111,141 Zolner, Karen . . . 141 Zrenchik, Joseph . . . 141 Zubritsky, Michael . . . 141 Zwicker, Loraine . . . 90,151 Personnel Directory tail: Alumni, I I I Anrens, John . , . 51 Custodian Alexander, Pam . . . 82 Alford, Cecil H. Assistant Superintendent, Plant Plan- ning, Sites, Research Allen, Jeannie . . . 49 Attendance Secretary Amerman, David D ,.., 5,12,20,21,82 Principal Anderson, Craig . . . 93 Appicelli, John . . . 120 Archbold, Bonnie . . . 29 B.A. Teacher: English 10: English Read- ing and Composition I Arnold, Ruth E .... 48,49 Data Processing Secretary Aune, George A .... 21,48 Assistant Principal, Scheduling Avagian, Harry . . . 36 B.S. Teacher: U. S, History, Assistant Sponsor, Student Council: Director Boys' Intramurals Bageris, Jeanne . . . 22 B.S. Librarian Ballard, Laura Jean , . . 17 Ballard, Robert L .... 17,27,88 B.S., M.A, Teacher: Vocal Music, Bel Canto, Male Chorale, Girls' Chorus. Chairman: Music Department. Balogh, Anthony M ..., 17,31 B.S., M.A, Teacher: Commercial Art, Fundamentals of Art. Chairman: Art Department Banta, Harald . , . 29 B.S., M.A. Teacher: Speech I, Il, IV: Mass Communication Barnhill, Kenneth D ,... 25 B.S., M.A. Counselor Barr, Eric , . . 11B Bassett, Vivian Teachers' Aide Batalucco, Harold L .... 31 B,S., M,A. Teacher: Exploratory Graph- ics, Graphics I Bates, Jennie . . . 12 Battah, Mme. Therese . . . 40 B.A. Teacher: French I, IIC, IVC. C0- Sponsor French Club: Remembrance Committee Beamish, Julie . . . 51 Cafeteria Staff Beamish, Linda . . . 6 Becker, Audrey M .... 20,22 B.A., M.A.T, Director of Instructional Materials Benninger, Carolyn . . . 93 salihsl-y,Jtiahita , . , 29 B.A., M.A. Teacher: Humanities, English Literature Binder, Tom . . . 51 Custodian Bloodworth, Nancy . . . 49 Study Hall Supervisor Bolenbaugh, Jahet . . . as Bosh, Laura M ,... 45 13.5. Teacher: Typing I: Shorthand I, II Bourgon, J. Kenneth . . . 20 B,A., M.A, Instructional Specialist. Direc- tor Franklin Alumni Association Boyd, Toni . , . 48,49 Secretary to Mr. Aune, Scheduling Brashear, Lonnie H .... 205 Trustee: Board of Education Brighthaupt, Bob . . . 39 Brodowski, Jan . . . 82 Brown, Erwin S. Trustee: Board of Education sfyaski, Christina , . . 29 B.A. Teacher: English 10, English Reocl- ing ancl Composition II Buda, Mary . . . 32,33 B.A. Teacher: Basic Algebra II, Plane Geometry Buritz, M. J .,.. 49 Study Hall Supervisor Burns, David . . , B2 Burns, Mary . , . 14 Burton, Darrell . . . 92,93 Cahill, Molly , . . 39 Colandra, Lois . . . 12,49 Secretary to Mr. Amerman Campbell, Janet . . . 16,49 R,N. Study Hall Supervisor Capelli, Marilyn . . . 32,33 B.A. Teacher: Advanced Math I, Alge- bra II. Sponsor Junior Class Carey, James A ..., 17,33 B.S., M.A, Q21 Teacher: Advanced Place- ment Mathematics III: Refresher Mathe- matics. Chairman Math Department Carne, Dorothy E. Lunch Period Supervisor Casey, Margaret M ..., 45 B.A,, M.Ed, Teacher: Typing Cassidy, Jean N .... 22 B.S. Instructional Aide, Non-Book Room, Instructional Materials Cavanaugh, Jim . . . 12 Chaney, Deb . . , 93 Charniga, Andy . . . 120 Christensen, June . . . 51 Cafeteria Staff Christian, Barbara B.S. Teacher: French I, II, Ill, IIIC. As- sistant Adviser French Club Cole, William G. B.S., M.S. Teacher: Metals Conrad, Marilyn . . . 51 Cafeteria Staff Cosens, Walter . . . 20,43,I12,113,207 B.S., M,A. Teacher: Physical Education. Assistant Coach Varsity Football. Ath- letic Director Craft, William H. Vice-President: Board of Education Crandall, Gary . . . 118 Cullin, Gerald . . . 36,113 B.S., M.A. Teacher: Special Education. Assistant Coach Football Danes, David . . . 35,79,98 B,S., M.A, Teacher: Basic Biology, Chem- istry. Sponsor Chess Club DeBaldo, Bruce . , . 120 DeFiore, Cindy , . . 86 Dersey, Janet . . , 39 B.S. Teacher: Food and Family, The Child. Remembrance Committee Diamond, Marie . . . 51 Matron Diggs, Kathleen R,N. Instructor: Nurse Aide Training Program Dluski, Dorothy Secretary, Counseling Olilice Duffy, Paul , . . 51 Custodian Duprey, Penny . . . 27,88 B.A., M,A. Teacher: Vocal Music. Girls' Chorus, Girls' Chorale Dupuie, Dennis . , . 46 B.S. Teacher: Automotive Power Me- chanics, Automotive Tech. I Dutton, Evelyn . . . 49 Study Hall Supervisor Eckhout, Cathy . . , 93 Ehinger, Lorena . . . 20,45,85 B.S. Teacher: Advertising, Retailing. Co- op Coordinator Ehn, Willard . . . 29 B.A. Teacher: English 10,12 Elliott, Lilo . . . 50,51 Manager Cafeteria Elser, Charles . . . 45 B.S., M,A. Teacher: Bookkeeping, Data Processing English, James L .... 36 B.S., M.A. Teacher: U. S. History AB, American Government AB. Chairman Social Studies Department Erickson, Ellwood R .... 29 B.A,, M.Ed. Teacher: English 12, Hu- manities Ernst, Roy E ,... 22,27 B,S., M.S. Teacher: Instrumental Music. Symphonic Band, Varsity Band. Musi- cal Director All-School Musical. iHaIf- time sabbaticalb Guests Falik, Ida . . . 20,84 s.s., M.EcI. Teacher: Personal Typihg, Typing Lab. Co-op Coordinator Farrell, Loren . . . 35 B.S., M,A. Teacher: Chemistry Ficano, Lena Secretary to Mr, Wright, Attendance Fisher, Rose . , . 49 Secretary, Counseling Ford, James . . . 33,43,l05,l09 B.A,, M.A. Teacher: Physical Education: Algebra I. Coach: Baseball, Reserve Basketball Fox, Linda , . . 86 Genn, Oliver S .... 25 B.S., M.S. Counselor Gilles, David . . , 46,96 B,S., M.Ed. Teacher: Drafting I. lHalf- day at Emerson Junior Highj. Sponsor Ski Club Giovanni, Pat . , . 56 Good, Kathleen . . . 42,413,127 B.S., M.A. Teacher: Physical Education. GAA Sponsor. Coach of Girls' Com- petitive Swimming, Girls' Tennis, Girls' Volleyball Gott, Howard , . . 51 Custodian Graham, Chuck . , . 82 Graham, Perry J .... 45 B.S., M.A., B.C,S. Teacher: Shorthand, Business Organization, Business Law. Chairman Business Education Depart- ment Graves, John D ,... 20,54,57,98,118 B.A., M,A. Director Student Activities Gray, Sara Instructional Aide Grech, Joe . . . 51 Custodian ' Grinnell, Patricia A .,.. 49 Secretary to Mr. Scott, Business Gulin, Louis . . . 51 Custodian Habich, Louise . . . 49 Bookkeeper Hadley, Bonnie Rae . . . 48,49 Secretary, Data Processing Hokola, A, G .,.. 45 B.S., M.A. Teacher: Typing I, ll: Per- sonal Typing Hale, Jan R .... 33 B.S. Teacher: Applied Mathematics, Ad' vanced Placement Math. II: Plane Geo- metry: Modern Topics in Mathematics Hallett, Buddy . . . V20 Harris, Bob . . . 51 Custodian Hassett, Judith . . . 29,67 B.A. Teacher: English 121 English Read- ing and Composition I. Debate Coach: Forensics Hawkins, Jackie . . . 82 Hebel, Frederick . . , 40,41,7B B.A. Teacher: German I, II, Ill. Sponsor German Club: Gymnastics Hellier, Ronald . . . 36,123 B.A,, M.S. Teacher: Psychology, U. S. History. Coach Baseball: Assistant Coach Wrestling Hellstein, Bill . . . 105 Hepler, Delores . . . 43 B.S. Teacher: Physical Education. Coach Cheerleading Heyniger, Laurel B.S., M.A. Teacher: Business Machines, Typing Ill iSecond Semester Onlyj Hill, Ed . . . 29 B.A. Teacher: English 10 Horste, Bruce . . . 118 Hoffman, Mary Lou . . . 29 B.A. Teacher: English Reading and cath- position II, English 12 Hoheisel, Dolores J .... 20 Holmes, Robert L ..., 42,43,11.1,120 B.S., M.A. Teacher: Physical Education. Coach Cross Country, Track Hopkins, Denny . , , 105 Hotchkiss, Norman Lane . . , 8,36,B0,BI B.S. Teacher: Sociology, Minority Group Relations Hughes, Michael . . . 36 B.S., M.Ed. Teacher: U, S. History, World History Jettery, Dorothy Ann . . . 29 B.A, Teacher: English Reading and Com- position, English II Jennings, Donald W ..., 46 B.S. Teacher: Industrial Education Jiskra, Justine . . . 38,39 B,S., M.A. Teacher: Clothing and the Family, Food and the Family. Chairman Family Life Education Department Johnson, Dr. Paul E. Assistant Superintendent, Instruction Jones, Margaret , . . 51 Cafeteria'Staft Joyner, Geraldine W .... 20 Secretary, Board of Education Joyner, William . . . 6 Juhnke, David . . . 120 Kangas, Doris E. . . ,. 29 B.A., M,A. Teacher: English io, ti, Rhe- toric. Remembrance Committee Kangelaris, Zina , . . 29,77,197 B.A. Teacher: English 11 CFrankIinJ, Ger- mah I rchufahallt. Sponsor ihiamariahal Club Kariniemi, Tina . . . I3 Katz, Dr. A. Edward President, Board of Education Kauttman, Robert F .... 31 B.Ed., M.F.A. Teacher: Crafts, Funda- mentals of Art Kelsey, Bob . . . 120 Kissel, Klair H .... 22 B.S., M.A. Librarian. Remembrance Com- mittee: Chairman Honors Convocation Kish, Andy . . . 51 Custodian Kniivila, Mariorie L .... 25 B.S., M.A. Counselor Knipschild, Kenneth B .... 33 B.S., M,A. Teacher: Algebra II. Half- time: Time Computer, Math Specialist As summer days drew near, Mr. Rowan relaxed in his "U of M" rocking chair, a gift from graduating AP English students of 1968. Koch, Peter . . . 51 Custodian Kokenakes, Peter . , .'36,123 B.A., M.A. reaelrer: American Govern- ment, International Relations. Coach Varsity Wrestling Kowalchuk, Lauren . . . 193 Krzeminski, Eugene : . . 33 B:A., M.A. Teacher: Plane Geometry, Senior Mathematics. Sponsor Sopho- more Class. Financial Assistant All- School Musical, Junior Play, Senior Play Kuhlman, Steve . , . 71 Kumbier, Norma . . . 22,2S,29,101 I B.S. Librarian. Teacher: Library Science LaFrance, John . . : 72 Lambert, Kevin . . . 63 Lectka, Charles - B.A., Ed. Spec. Teacher: Spanish iFrank- lin and Churchillj LeBlanc, Mike : . , 105 I.eCureux, Kay . . . 50,51 Cafeteria Stott Lenze, Ray . . . 118 Linderman, Clarice . . . 22,29 Instructional Aide, English Resource Center Lively, William E .... 35,136 B.A., M.A. Teacher: Electricity I, ll: Electronics I, Ili Electron Science. Chair: man Science Department Lovich, George . : . 46,112,114,207 B.S., M.A. Teacher: General Materia Wood l, Il. Head Coach Varsity Foot- ball lube, Grace . . , 49 Secretory, Main Ottice Lucas, Paul . . . 120 Madigan, Patricia . , . 6 Manuel, George , . . 29 B.A., Med. Reading Consultant qrranlr- lin and Churchilll Martin, Lean . . . 46,5694 B.S., M.A. Teaenerr Metals l, Il: intra- duction to Metals. Chairman Industrial Education Department. Sponsor Pep Club Martin, Jim . . . 56 Mosuch, Gladys L .... 29 B:A., M.A. Teacher: English 11: Acceler- ated English ll. Cheerleading Mayer, James . . . 35 B.A. Teacher: Electricity, Electronics McDonald, Hay . . . 51 ' Head Custodian McFadden, Dennis . . . 137 McFerran, John A .... 37 Miltz, John . . . 118 Mooradian, Don . . . 161 Moore, W. Barton , . . 33 B.A. Teacher: Plane Geometry, Senior Mathematics Morningstar, Sylvia . , . 36 B.A, Teacher: SocioI09Y, Psychology Mummery, Winifred A .... 25 B.S., M.Ed. Counselor. AFS Coordinator: Livonia Adult Evening School Counselor Murch, Donald H .... 20 Trustee, Board of Education Murray, Mary A .... 35 B.S. Teacher: Applied Chemistry, Chem- istry Myers, Virginia M .... 45 B.S. Teacher: Business Machines, Typing IV Napoleoner V. O .... 46 B.S., M.Ed. Teacher: Drafting Nesbitt, Barry . . . B6 Nicholson, Donald . . . 37 B.A., M.A: Teacher: American Govern- ment, U: S. History Nutter, Helen B.S. Teacher: Fabrics and Construction, Fashion and Fabrics O'Connor, James B.S., M.S. Counselor iSecond Semesterl Olson, Stephanie . . . 82,93 Ort, John J .... 25,100 B.S., M.A. Counselor: Chairman Coun- seling Department O'SuIIivan, Russ . . . 120 Oxender, Joann M .... 25 B,A. Counselor Paden, Dave . , . 105 Paris, Dominic P .... 37 B.A., M.Ed. Teacher: U. S. History Perryman, Shirley A .... 40,66 B.S. Teacher: Spanish I, Il, Ill, IIIC: Director Senior Play: Co-Sponsor Frank- lin Players Peterson, Jerry A .... 35 B.S., M.S., M,A. Teacher: Biology Petrucci, Connie . . . 49,51 Cashier Phillips, Pete . . . 51 Custodian Place, Roderick W .... 20 B.S., M.A. Afternoon and Evening Super- visor. Timers' Club Sponsor Pode, Ronald . . . 37,30 B.A., M.A. Teacher: American Govern- ment, Economics. Intramurals. Sponsor Students for Political Involvement Pollock, Mary Ann . . . 37,81 B.A. Teacher: American History, Psy- chology: Sponsor Psychology Club Pringle, Lynn . . . 82 Probelski, James . . . 33 B.S., M.S. Teacher: Computer Mathe- matics, Trigonometry Przeslawski, Geraldine . . . 29 B.A, Teacher: English 11, Rhetoric Randall, Dudley . . . 29 Rappley, Barbara . . . 49 Cafeteria Supervisor Raquepaw, Sue . . . 82 Rice, Robert L .... 20,85 B.S., M.A. Trade and lndustry Co-ordin- otor. Assistant Coach Baseball: Flying Club Roberts, Chris . . . 83,93 Ratrock, Donald M .... 35 B.S., M.A. Teacher: Physics, Advanced Placement Physics Rowan, Bernard J .... 29,206 B.A., M.A. Teacher: Advanced Place- ment English 12: English Literature Reelle, Virginia . . . 22 Secretary, Instructional Materials Sanders, Charles . . . 51 Custodian Sanford, David . . . 56,83 Sauls, Gordon M .,,. 29 B.A., M:A. Teacher: English Reading and Composition Ill, English 12 Scanlan, Glynn W ...: 35 B.S. Teacher: Applied Science, Earth Science Scanlan, Judith . . . 22 B.S., M.A. Librarian Scovo, Pat . . . 22 Instructional Aide, Library Schilk, Wilma . . , 25 B.A., M.A. Counselor Schulz, John . . . 12,20 Principal: Churchill High School Scott, John F .... 21,98 B.S., M.A. Assistant Principal, Business Ottice Scott, Russ . , . 105 Segasser, Marian . . . 22 Secretary, Audio-Visual Materials Selke, Robert H .... 33 B.S., M.A. Teacher: Basic Algebra II, Pre-Technical Mathematics Shelby, Jae . : . 51 Custodian Shield, Janet A .... 24,25 B.S., M.A. Counselor Shoemaker, Kent A ...: 33 B.S., M:A. Teacher: Basic Algebra I, Refresher Mathematics, Trigonometry Shuput, Evelyn . , . 39 B.S., M.A: Teacher: Home and Furnish- ings, The Pre-School Child. Co-Sponsor Home Arts Club: Remembrance Com- mittee Sipes, Arthur L :... 30,31 B.A., M.A. Teacher: Drawing and Paint- ing, Fundamentals of Art, Sculpture. Scenery and Stagecroft Slack, Jean , . . 22,23 Instructional Aide: Communications Lab- oratory Slis, Mark . . . 59 Smith, Frances . . . 17,32,33 B.A., M.Ed: Teacher: Geometry. Modern Dance Sponsor Smith, Julio A: . : . 29,72 B.A., M.A. Teacher: Accelerated English I, English Literature. Yearbook Starkey, Mary . . . 50,51 Cafeteria Stal? Stefanou, George . . . 25 B.A., M.Ed. Counselor Steinkamp, Nora . . . 51 Cafeteria Stal? Stetter, Gerry Lynne . . . 29,74,75 B,A, Teacher: English 10: Journalism I, II, III, IV. Newspaper Adviser Stiver, Richard . . . 20 8.5: Helping Teacher, Special Ed. Stock, Kathy . . . 6 Stockmeyer, Judy K .... 29 B.A., Teacher: Reading and Composition I, English 11 Swiakowski, Stacey . . . 12 Taddonio, Dominick A. Trustee: Board of Education Teahan, Larry . , . 116 B.S. Teacher: Current Geography, U. S. History: Coach Swimming Tighe, Daniel J. B.S. Teacher: Basic, General Biology Tolles, Cindy . . . 82 Torok, Kit . , . 93 Tovey, Dave . . . 105 Treppa, Allan R .... 37 B.A., M.A. Teacher: American History Troia, Ron . . . 120 Trudgeon, Jack H ..,. 27 B.S., M.A. Teacher: Instrumental Music. Orchestra. iChurchiII and Franklinl Turner, Blynn . : . 51 Custodian Upton, Rolland H. Deputy Superintendent of Schools Ventura, Henrietta . . . 51 Cafeteria Staff Vigna, Armand . . . 20,113 B.S., M.A., EcI.Sp: Director of Research. Coach Junior Varsity Football Visser, Robert . : . 7,40,43,107,118 B.A., M.A. Teacher: Latin l, II: Physical Education. Chairman Language Deport- ment. Coach Varsity Basketball, Golf Waldfogel, Sue , . . 45 B,S. Teacher: Bookkeeping, Typing. Re- membrance Committee Waller, Hal : : . 29,66,67 B.A. Teacher: Speech I, llli English 10: Director All-School Musical, Forensics. Co-Sponsor Franklin Players walen, Leigh , , . is Vilalter, Bonnie . . . 40,78 B.A. Teacher: French I, II, III, IIIC, Sponsor rrenen Club. qriret serneetery Wares, Nancy L .:.. 43 B.S. Teacher: Physical Education. Coach Girls' Basketball: Sponsor GAA, Aqua- Iites Warren, Douglas A ..,, 35 B,S. Teacher: Applied Science, Earth Science. Sponsor Weight Training Waskin, Stephen L .... 28,29 B.A., M.A. Teacher: English 10, 11: AC- celerated English II. Yearbook Photog- raphy Waymire, Virginia K .... 32,33 B.S., M.S. Teacher: Algebra II, Basic Algebra II. Remembrance Committee Weissman, Dr. Howard R .... 11 Wesolowski, Robert J .... 29 B.A., M.A. Teacher: English 117 Accel- ated English I. Chairman English De- partment Whisler, Dr. Norman L :... 20 Assistant Superintendent: Personnel Wolfe, Wally . . . 118 Wright, John D .... 21,56 Assistant Principal: Attendance Wright, Mark . . . 56 Yates, Benton . . . 20 Superintendent of Schools Yonish, Tom . . . 118 Young, Jack J .... 45 B.S., M.S. Teacher: Bookkeeping I: Busi- ness Organization: Introduction to Dis- tribution Youngs, Hap . . . 45 B.B.A. Teacher: Advertising, Distribution, Retailing Zang, Robert F .... 46,116 B.S., M:A. Teacher: Drafting ll, Ill. Chairman Tenure Committee. Assistant Coach Swimming Zirblis, Josephine L ..,. 49 Secretary, Counseling. Remembrance Committee Zizzo, Anthony . . . 39 Associate Degree of Science. Teacher: Commercial Foods Actlvltles Directory Advertising . . . 182-190 Aides . , . 48,49 All-srnaal Play . . . 9,52,53,64,64,67,13B Almanack . . . 72,73,2oa Alumni , . . 6,122,133 Amos . , . s Aqualites . , . 92,93 Art Department . . . 17,30,31,101 Baseball . , , 104,105 Basketball , . . 10,106,107,lOB,109 Bel Canto Choir . . . 90,91 Ben's Corner . , . 84,85 Board of Education . . , 20,21 Boys' State . . . 101 Business Education Department . . . 44,45 Cafeteria Staff . , . 50,51 Cheerleading . . . 4,11,124,125 Chess Club . . . 79 Churchill High School . . , 12,1120 Counseling Department . . . 24,25 Co-op . . . 84,85 Crass Country . . , 102,103,110,111 Custodians . . , 50,51 Debate , . . 67 Driver Education . . . 15 Elections . . . 8,36,37 Electronics . . . 136 English Department . . . 28,29 Family Life Education Department . . 14,118,119 Football , . . 11,57,112,113,114,115 Foreign Language Department , . . 40, 41,175 Franklin Players . . . 66,67 French Club . . . 78 Future Nurses Club . . . 79 Girls' Chorale . . . 89 Girls' Chorus . . , 91 Girls' carnpstiriya spans , . . 126,127 Golf...10,118,119 Homecoming . . . 6,56,57,141,152,169, 170,185 Honors Convocation . . . 7,100,101,179 Industrial Education Department . . . 46, 47 Instructional Materials . . . 22,23,146 International Club , . . 76,77,101,193,197 Intramurals . . , 96,97 Junior Class . . . 57,142-153 Junior Prom . . . 62,63,128,129 Library . . . 22,213,146 Liyania tCity an , . . 36,37 Maiaranas , . . 8,95 Male Chorale . . . 85 Marching Band . . . 27 Mathematics Department . . , 16,32,33, 101 McKinley School . . . 13 Music Department . . , 15,17,26,27,86, 87,88,89,90,91,175 National Merit . . . 100 Newspaper . . . 74,75 Ottice Personnel . , . 48,49 Orchestra . . . 86,87 Packet . . . 74,75 Pep Club . . . 2,3,94,95,208 Physical Education Department . . , 42, 43 Presidential . . . 70,71 Sade Hawkins . . , 13,60,61 Science Department . , . 34,35 Secretaries . . . 48,49 Seniors . . . 7,155-181 Senior-Faculty Game . . . 9,98,99,176 Senior Play . . . 68,69 Ski Club . . . 96,97 Social Studies Department . . . 8,19,36, 37,80,81 Sophomore Class . . . 58,58,13O-141 Student Commons . , . 16 Student Council . . . 12,54,55 Swimming , . . 116,117 Symphonic Bond . . . 86,87 Talent Show . . . 55 Tennis . . . 11,118 Timers' Club . . . 95 Track , . . 10,119,120 Varsity Bond . . . 89 Wrestling . . , 122,123 Yearbook . . . 13r72,73,208 Advertising Directory Audivox of Wonderland . . , 191 Ault's Mobile . . . 186 11. at ls. Drugs . . . 195 Bell Telephone . . , 187 Ben Franklin Variety Store . . . 196 Ben's Corner . . . 195 Big Boy Drivesln . . . 192 Bill Brown Ford . . . 190 B. J. Ratigan Chrysler, Plymouth . . . 194 Buckingham Men's and Bay's Wear . , . 196 Bulten-Smith Ottice Supplies . . . 187 Burger Chef , . , 195 Burger King , . , 188 Buy-Rite Drugs . . . 188 Camelot Cailtures , . . 195 Cardwell Florist . . . 196 Chuck's Barber Shop . . , 195 Daly Drive-ln . , . 184 Dunn Pharmacy . . . 190 mooanu vennaoox aaa., French's Flowers and Gifts . . . 186 Ge-Ge's Bridal Salon . , . 186 Gell's Sporting Goods . , , 196 Gleam Auto Wash Corp .,.. 196 Gordon's Barber Shop . . . 195 Guernsey rarrns Dairy . , . 195 Hal's Super Shell . . . 195 Harrison-Moore Realty , . , 189 Hope's Fish s. Chips . . . 187 H. R. Terrylsarry Co ,... iss Jay Real Estate . . , 191 John's Drive ln Cleaners . . . 191 KLA Labs , . . 194 Lil' Dutch Pantry . , . 195 Little Caesor's Pizza . . . 185 Livonia Branch Mich. Dept of State . . 194 Livonia Florist . . . 185 Livonia National Bank . . . 190 BEE Senioritis struck earlier than ever this year, as many upperclassmen couldr1't resist the snowballing urge. However, football season was over by the time snow fell. Games had been well attended, not only because of good play, but because of season tickets. Presiding over sales, Mr. Cosens and Mr. Lovich were assisted by Jan Stevens, Diane DeSanto and Frank Rekieto were company, for each other at leclst. l ss gSOl1 ii 9632 ,,, ,, , ,,, 9 , w Mgr-,"ii ' W " V sz' ' ' M si Mai Kai Theater . . . 188 Merri-Craft Florist . . . 191 Moelke Realty . . . 192 National Bank of Detroit . . . 192 Phillippi Service . . 196 Powell sniaias . . . 193 Wonderland Barber Shop . . , 196 Wonderland Center Beauty Salon . . 196 Wonderland Lanes . . 196 lt was Friday afternoon and Judy Corletto couldn't wait to begin week-end activities. ,W ,Y , l 20 7 Q' P 1969 .... The explosive year, with Moon missions, Martyrs, ABM's, lBM's, and controversial Franklin issues. Universal demand for student rights found a core of sympathy among concerned Patriots. A year's geyser-like activities peaked, when in flashing orange, bold yellow, the Almanack charged, shattering every tradition of color repetition, appropriately brilliant to relate explosive happenings. We acknowledge: Mac and Lorraine for tolerating our pokey but persistent efforts to create, Lin Lewis for photographic aid, but especially Mrs. Smith and ever-vocal chords. for inspiring, imaginative, wr-we 4 ii


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