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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.
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.
Page 88 text:
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,
Oi'B,-yan, Peggy Corte, Pat Nelson, Susan Ivankovich. Fourth row: Linda
Smupl G,-eg Sfefqnik, Penny Stack, Kathy Dane, Margaret Ford, Andrea Szymarlskif
Page 90 text:
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.
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.
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