Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR)

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+635 I V5UQ'WJf'vJj, Qfyfff, M 55565 ,, V X ' WMWJM Wy W M5520 wif? fxMsWg'N ff gg Aifywq Wffl "Follow your calling, for, however various your talents may be, you can have but one calling capable of leading you to eminence and renownp follow resolutely the one straight path before you." These words were spoken over 100 years ago by a man who understood the principles of progress. The pioneers who settled Oregon used this same idea of advancement to a- chieve the goals to which they had aspired. The pioneers who struggled and fought to maintainthe landthey had developed were the same undaunted ones who shaped the path to the rapidly rising future . To this concept of progress we owe our gratitude. Ou r praise to the past men of Oregon can never be too high, for it is they who bestowed upon uslall that we have today. Mindfulof the past, we dedicate this Almanac to the youth of today,who follow the path of progress toward the "Frontier of the Future ." Quotations from George B0rr0W 11803-18811, Oregon Centennial Seal, 1959 THE 1959 ALMANAC BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HXGH SCHOOL PORTLAND, OREGON Published by, AGENCY LITHOGRAPH CO. Gladys Gilbert Studios, Photography Louise Dennis, Editor Charles Conklin 8 Son, Inc., Dedication Mrs. Miriam W. Puckett, Advisor Dave Soderberg, Staff Photographer TA ADMINISTRATION STUDENT BODY I BLE of CONTEN andFACULTY STUDENT BODY OFFICERS SENIORS .IUNIORS SOPHOMORES ERESHMEN ACTIVI IES ' G ' FALL ACTIVITIES BQ M FALL SPORTS W ' WINTER ACTIVITIES R 'T I : WINTER SPORTS S 0 QE U 3 7 SPRING ACTIVITIES I 3 III W QI XR QR SPRING SPORTS I A I XXII I CLASS ROOMACTIVITIES X CLUBS and STAFFS ADVERTISEMENTS HONORARY CLUBS INTEREST CLUBS SOCIAL CLUBS STAFFS Q 5 9'5- '5 5, 0,315 Eff! 9 if X xl . arf ,, 5 A 'Qs 'A ffrq, 53,8 5 1 'ln w N 'Li X ' 4 ag 'VI X wi 11' X ww L ' A V : , Facult ,M-A '?If hav13 hutwne lkilmp by feet are guinea W "'. Q ., Y, Y "" "lf" ' -PATRICK HENRY ranklilfs istin uished principal During Dr. Ericlcson's years at Franklin, his friendliness and sincere desire to aid the students has created an atmosphere conducive to cooperation and learning . His consistant example of diligence and study has been appreciated in educational circles throughout the nation as symbolized by his appointment to study in Europe under a Fulbright fellowship. To our devoted principal, we the students of Frank- lin, wish to express our warmest congratulations and our humblest gratitude. 4 .......s.- .,-....,.....We-+V-W...,-,.,.f,.. ,, V I - VV W,-K Y V Franklinis ice- rincipals The counseling of Miss Grant has proved again this year to be beyond reproach . The girls of Frank- lin are deeply gratified for the time and patience Miss Grant has devoted to their problems and ques- tions. Miss Grant is never too busy to aid any stu- dentin matters ofimportance . She has won the trust of all students of Franklin . Mr. Campbell's casual air and wise judgment has proved an asset to all at Franklin this year. His sup- erior sense of humor and understanding qualities have been exemplified through many contacts with prob- lems of the school. Mr. Campbell's excellent per- formance in a rewarding but difficult iob is greatly appreciated by the students of Franklin . s Mrs. Shank's effervescent personality and wise understanding ofschool affairs has made her the best I of curriculum counselors . Her excellent cooperation in school situations has brought great acclaim from all studen'rsofFranklin . The school could never run smoothly ifit were not for the aid and knowledge of Mrs . Shank . . seem- srrs, ,T , T5 T or Mrs. Bertha Barnhart Business Education Mr. Herman Becker Combined Classes Oklahoma State University Reed College Mr. Leroy Beghtol Industrial Arts University of Iowa Mrs. Barbara Bergeron Combined Classes University of Oregon Mr. Lido Botti English University of Portland Mrs. Clytis Belloit Combined Classes Portland State Mr. Stanley Blair Mathematics Lewis G Clark Mrs. Martha Bruckner English fliffective Reading, Washington State ranklin " 'Good teaching has always been personal teaching' is the keynote of our instructional program . Portland encourages teachers to be creative and imaginative within the framework of the overall plan. There are many opportunities for developing new procedures, for using a wide variety of materials, for approaching problems from different points of view, and For chall- enging pupils to explore new areas of interest." This Mr. Paul Bennet Mathematics Willamette University JS Miss Helen Boelts Art University of Nebraska Mrs. Delores.Ca1-penter Physical Education Idaho State 6 Mr. Martin Bergan A Physical Education, Science Linfield College I 1 Miss Anne Bohlen Science University of Nebraska Miss Thelma Collins Social Studies University of Utah acult quotation is taken from the Teachers Handbook pub - lished by the Portland Public Schools, and is partic- ularly applicableto the faculty at Franklin High School where we are fortunate to have a very capable and well qualified staff. Many teachers, in addition to teaching more than one subject, have numerous other activities, such as counseling, heading departments, and advising clubs. Mr. Britt Davis English, Combined Classes Linfield Mr. Lewis Douglas Business Education University of Oregon Mr. Gilbert Erlandson Social Studies Oregon State College Mr. Charles Dawson Business Education, Mathematics University of Oregon Miss Mary E. Driscoll Art Chicag o Univ ersity Mrs. Charlene Eurick Rideout Business Education, Social Studies Lewis S Clark Mrs. Roberta Cordon English Willamette Mr. Laurance Devlin Social Studies Pacific University Miss Dorothy Dundore Physical Education University of Oregon Mrs. Janet Finley English University of Oregon Miss Faye Cornutt English Willamette Mr. James Doerter Art Indiana State University Miss Helen Erickson Homemaking ,Brigham Young University Miss Dorothy Frazer Science Lewis S Clark Mrs. Marjorie Hadley Foreign Languages George Fox College Mr. Arthur johnson English Colorado University Mr. Carl Kurath English Lewis G Clark Mr. James Manning Social Studies University of Oregon Mr. Paul Hansen Mathematics Reed College Mr. George Kalman English Notre Dame Mrs. Thelma Landes English University of Washington Mrs. Mary Martin Homemaking, English Oregon State ' Mr. Neal Horr Mathematics University of North Dakota Mr. Melvin Kawasoe Physical Education, Health College of Idaho Miss Olive Lehman ' Business Education Oregon State Mrs. Marcell Maynard Combined Classes University of Southern California Mr. Gary Jackson Physical Education G Health Lewis S Clark Mr. Donald Kearns English, Foreign Language Lewis 8 Clark Mr. Lee Mahoney Mathematics Reed College Mr. Willard McClure Combined Classes University of Washington Mr. james McKee Social Studies University of Washington Mr. Hugh Mullen Science Kansas State Mrs. Sharon Norton English University of Washington Mr. John Peery Music Idaho University Miss Cecil McKercher Foreign Languages, English University of Oregon vIiT2:f:rfilgEig , - , ' "" . 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Mr. Francis Murray English University of Oregon Mr. Earl Osborne Combined Classes Pacific University Mr. Don Peterson Physical Education Oregon State College Mr. Harold Medici Mathematics University of Portland Mr. John Noehl Science University of Wisconsin Mr. Albert Ouchi Social Studies Whitman College Mrs. Evelyn Perkins Homemaking Oregon State Mrs. Emma Moore Combined Classes William Smith College Mrs. Elenor Norlin English, flibrarianj Reed College Mr. George Pancheau Music Western States College, Gunnison, Colorado Mr. Roy Pierce English Whitman College Mrs. Miriam Puckett English Cascade College Mr. Fred Richardson Mathematics Willamette University Mr. Francis Savage Industrial Arts Oregon State Mr. Charles Pulliam English, Social Studies Oregon State Mr. Carlton Richter Science, Business Education Oregon State Mr. Leonard Scheele Science Hastings College Mr. James Shaffer English University of Oregon Mr. Dario Raschio Science Oregon State Mr. Mike Rumpakis Science, Combined Classes University of Portland Miss Ruth Scherfenberg Remedial Reading University of Minnesota Mr. Vinson Sly English, Social Studies University of Oregon Miss Janice Ray Business Education Oregon State Mr. Joel Sappenfield Social Studies fSocial Directorj Stanford University Miss Corine Senn Business Education Stanford University Miss Dana Small Mathematics Reed College Miss Margaret Smutz Foreign Languages University of Colorado Mr. Joe Taylor Science University of Washington Mrs. Jo Anne Veatch Music University of Oregon Mrs. Lillie Wyss English, Foreign Languages University of Oregon Mr. Richard Sonnen Mr. Elton Stewart English, Science, English fSpeech Correctionl Sgcial Studies Lewis G Clark OregonbCollege of Education Miss Elizabeth Thomas Mr. Robert Taylor I Business Education English Lewis S Clark Linfield couege ...,, ' .. If 15 1 W e WM, g . ,.,. i ....Z ,, .,V,., ..4: , -' " ' ' gi: sg.- -'ree-f' 5 , ..., H :I::5Z3E':I5i:3.-, Is? IE?j5:gl5fig,g 31 J ' :g s .... ::-:I- P 25'fff':""' 5- 51:11 E1 T? iff? if .... Mr. Art Verment Social Studies Linfield College Mr. Leroy Wallis Science Oregon State M155 Amie O- Y011119 Miss Isobel Zimmerman Social Studies Science University of Washington University of Oregon l I I Mr. Mike Stipac Mathematics, Science University of Oregon Miss Mary Townsend Foreign Languages University of Oregon Miss Joanne Woodward Physical Education, Health Alabama College Secretaries Miss Anderson Mrs. Blair Mrs. Christiansen Mrs. Copeland Mrs. Jose Office Secretary Counseling Room Libr:-n-ian's Assistant Office Secretary Bookroom Mrs. Miller Mrs. Shirley Mrs. Walker Mrs. W11li2mS Student Store Librarian's Assistant Office Secfeta-'Y Office Secfetmv Added to the Franklin Faculty in January were three new teachers. They are, from left to right, Miss Brockbank, Miss Hutchinson, and Mr . Miracle . CURRICULUM COUNCIL Standing: Mr. Pierce, Mr. Mahoney, Mr. Stipac, Mr. Horr. Seated: Mrs. Cash, Mrs. Mosher, MissBe11o1t, Miss Bohlen, Mrs. Shank, Miss-McKercher, Mr.. McKee. 12 tudent Body n the splrlts of great events stride on before events. And in today already walks tomorrow? fAet V, Scfene I, b49f-Ilia all Student ed resident v l really cannot say how much the opportunity of being your Student Body President has meant to me. lt is different from anything else I have ever known. I would like to thank all of those who helpedme while l was in office. The cooperation which I received from the cabinet, stu- dent body, and the faculty was greatly appreciated. In leaving Franklin, I would like to leave you with this one important thought: lt is your ideas that count around Franklin. lf you have an idea or suggestion that should be acted upon, give it to the Executive Cabinet or any mem- ber of the Student Council. I am confident that it will be acted upon. Being your Student Body President has been one of the most worthwile activities of my life. j I4 all Student ouncil Row 1: Sue Hoelzer, Jackie Gan-lck, Diane Bloomfield, Carolyn Caudi11,Kathy Hill, Joe Donna Hornback, Gerry Rettlng er. Row 2: Kathy Linda Graham, Stacey Dixon, Susan Vale, Bonnie Gilstrap, Karen F aubion, Judy Griffin, Sharon Beccar1ca,Cathie Eaton, Sandy Western, Pat Laraine lee, Pat Nancy Wahl, Hutton. Row 3: Gloria Cordi, Lovey Rask, Dennis Battles, Dan Adams, Tom Warren, Richard Saito, Marilyn Soljaga, Barbara Neal, Donna Balcom, Geri Ellen Phillips, Marleena Dexter, Don Black. Row 4:Ann Mclilligotrt, June Brask, Joyce McCord, Lindt Bacon, Beverly Biggar, Linda Helntzelman, Donna Berglund, Jackie Brasesco, Keith Kreug er Larry Ford, Dave Dumas, Dave Spire, Jeff Chang , Dave Wlgg, Dianne Zellner. Row 5: Gordon La.Belle, Gail Urbanl, Barbara Qualley, Steve Ca-no, Greg Payne, Joyce Nicholson, Mert White, John Lahti, Ann Reese, Vicki Whitley, Pat Wahlstrom, Martha Hoyt, Linda Goedeck, Charlotte Walsh, Kim Lee, Mike McCormick, Row 6: Sue Even, Jim Collier, Ron More, Frank Martell, Pat Brock, Larry Brlsbee, Dave Johnson, Ron Marchington, Roy Sampsel, Gordon Boozer, Dick Kauf- man, Dave Gill, Jim M1chaelson,J1m Fisher, Roland Boyce. Student government and participation play a very important role at Franklin High School. Under the excellent leadership of Joe McCray, the Fall Student Council representatives were able to get Franklin on its way this fall . They took on many important proiects, some be- ing: approving that all-important budget, Stu- KATHY HILL S dent Council Workshop, and the very successful 5fUClel1f Council Secretary "lmprove Franklin Week ll l JOE McCRAY Student Council President Student Body Vice President Kathy Hill had an enonnous amount of re- sponsibility and through her efficiencyshe helped make the many proiectsa huge success. l5 A prominent figure in school affairs during much of her high school career, JUDY CASCIATO fell perfectly into the place of Student Body Treasurer and ful- filled her duties as head of the election board and balancing the Student Body Budget. ' An outstanding asset to the Student Body as an officer, our Secretary, KATSY BEEMAN, is admired and respected for her vigorousefforts in her secretarial duties and as the general chair- man of our annual Candyland Dance . Holding an office new to our student body,JERRY SCHMUNK has skillfully shown us the values of Publicity Chairman and its worthiness to our school by or- ganizingaPublicity Staff'to in- form the students of important activities. As A.G.S. President, JOANN MARTINSEN gained the respect and admiration of not only the girls, but the entire student body and faculty. While A.F.M. President, .llM DARBY ably represented the boys of Franklin in the many school affairs. Fall Executive ahinet DON KILLIAN TOM THOMPSON Senior Class President Freshman Class President h Under the able guidance of Mr. Donald Kearns, the fall Q Executive Cabinet completed a half year of truly excell- ent service to the student body of Franklin . Dick Fausett, Fall Cabinet President, led the membersfwell through the first half of our school year. AL BRIDGES KANDY MILLER Junior Class President 17 Sophomore Class President Larry Brisbee proved to be a hard worker, and with the Spring Student Council behind him, he successfully planned and carried out Say Day. His Student Council also drafted and approved rules of order for their meetings. Sprin Student ouncil Row 1 Jackie Garrlck, Diane Williams, Patty Langan, Linda Graham, Claudia Blackhurst, Doris Alexander, Larry Brisbee, Rita Robertson, Ann Armstrong,Christy Creekpanm, Sharon Leverett, Kathy Harris, Chris McClennan. Row 2 Pamela Lewis, Unidentified, Carol Hlllesland, Nancy Johnson, Colleen Anderson, Gloria Corti, Howard Cru-tis, Tim O'Conner, Georgene Winlstorfer, Marilyn Soljaga, Mary Tosi, Sandy Nees, Rosalie Anderson, Jessie Daniels. Row 3: Marilyn Herg ert, Ron Chang, Tom Warren, Douglas Palasld, Robbin Hendrickson, Roger Park, Kathy Hill, Barbara Qualley, Carol Mitchell, Joanne Skonnard, Andrea Berglund, Joyce Christensen, Joyce Nicholson, Sally Hangland, Helen Cornell. Row 4 Gr Pa e Una Sowle Gall Urb Gordon La.Belle 5 es Yn 1 51 3-ni: r Bill Kubler, Lynn F awcett, Doug Leonettl, Barbara Bilyen, Mary Beth Eaton, Bernice Kimball, Sonja Riddle, Francis Canrthers, Laurie Harris, Joyce Adams, Charlotte Day, Ann Skelton. Row 5: Diane Gault, Delorme, Katia loannidou, Sue Norg ard, Joy Anderson, Evelyn Hunter, Marilyn Plopper, Dick Kaufman, Clifton Sawyer, Norman Andreson, Allen Andesron, Ted I-Iartzell, Norm Swanson, Howard Hamilton, Mike Moe, Dave Dumas, Jack Shields, Jeff Chang. Row 6: Pat Brock, Gary Balogh, Jim Smith, Bob Salvatore, Fred Sm'- baugh, Mike Azorr, Joe Malo, Jerry Schmunk, Dave John- son, Dick Faucett, Lee Barnett, Dwight Cash, R'Dea.n Smith, John Weinken, Bill Hansen, Dave Gill, Jim Mich- aelson, Jim Fisher. LARRY BRISBEE Student Council President Student Body Vice-President DORIS ALEXANDER Student Council Secretary Doris Alexanders' efficiency and sense of re- sponsibility made her an important asset to the Student Council . I9 ...J L r r r i 1 L KIM LEE'S experience and ef- ficiency in previous positions of this nature prepared her to carry out the duties of Student Body Treasurer as excellently as she promised. lmmaculate and orderly in her work, BARBARA KIBE performed to the best of her ability the du- ties of Student Body Secretary including the planning of the an- nual May Fete Dance. The only iunior to win a Student Body office this spring was JANICE JENSON. We saw her strenuous efforts displayed in her successful attempts to revive the Quaker Highlights . MARY ANN TAYLOR'S vitality and friendly spirit have won her many friends and admirers among the Franklin students and faculty while A.G .S . President. 20 LARRY SKlDMORE'S undying loyaltyand desire to work for his fellow men has proven him an ex- cellent A.F.M. President. S 'l Sprin Executive ahinet S S JEAN TAYLOR Senior Class President ,Freshman Class President The Spring Executive Cabinet, led by Roy Sampsel, workv ed hard to make the last half of our year one to remember, with the successful Clean-up Campaign, May Fete, and the Quaker Highlights. JIM PANTHER JIM TOWNE Junior Class President 21 Sophomore Class President MISS ERICKSON Advisor MARY ANN TAYLOR Vice-Pr esidem: Associated Girl Students is an organ- ization to which all girls at Franklin be- long. Some of their fall activities were: the big and little sis- ter program, and the January Jamboree planned iointly with A. F. M. BARBARA KIBE Secretary ssociated JOANN MARTINSEN President SUSIE DEMPSTER Treasurer FALL REPRESENTATIVES MOLLY MILLIORN Senior Year Representative BONNIE RHOADS Sophomore Year Representative i s r g ., parks lr A KAREN TOSI Historian Row 1: M. Msllliorn, M. Losll, M. Taylor, J. Martinsen, S. Dempster, I. Whitely. Row 2: S. Bowen, S. Schrock, D. Williams, P. Langan, I. Brockmann, V. Doht, L. Korneev. Row 3: L. Caudill, L. Arena, L. Harris, B. Royce, A. Jensen I. Griffith L. Ziegler J. Sherman J. Stuck. Row 4: J. Skates, J. Taylor, M. Wallace, P. Fuller, c. Adamg, B. Richulls, D. Albrecht, 1. Perefson, M. rvutchen, c. Mccmm. Row 5: K. Murphy, s. Monk, L. Beck, B. Olson, G. Lucke, A. Ellingson, S. Norgard, K. Doran, M. Goughnour, J. Jenson, M. Gritzka, Row 6: C. Black- s u hurst, L. Gehrke, P. McNeil, L. Dennis, P. Wahl, J. Cambis, C. Azorr, J. Stroup, N. Flelschmann, S. anoi e, - 2 K. Tomlinson, S. Kachel Q . zi- E nnii A , 15 :"' ' ,. ff, ,-,, """""'i"' T' The mam prolect of MARILEE LOSLI th . I . h . Junior Yea, e glr s In t e spring Representative was Tw: rp Week, which was based on a Centen- nial fheme. The money gained was used to pro- vide scholarships. JILL WI-IITELY MARY ANN TAYLOR MRS . PERKINS F Shm Y . . Rrfmesxatffi Pres: dent Adv: sor zu .- 1: -. H . 62,5 TSM X 5553? ZTSEQW' s . 2-...gif 51253, 'ke - sf... iw-. s f 34' SX X 'K i'., "', M J . MARE GOUGHNOUR KATHY HYLAND KAREN TOSI MARTHA HOYT Historian Treasurer Secretary Vice-President SPR PNG REPRESENTATIVES Row 1: M. Milliorn, K. Tosi, M. Taylor, Mrs. Perkins, M. Gouglmour, K. Hyland. Row 2: C. Wethern, J. Dernbach, Janice Olson, Judy Olson, S. Snider, l. Gomez, N. Harrison, S. Snodgrass. Row 3: J. Thomson, P. Freeman, J. Griffin, D. Barmun, L. Halter, J. Martinsen, J. Rehberg, M. Strong, M. J2m2S, J. Florea, I C. Pesmecker, Row 4: T. Kehret, J. Goodwin, K. Werschkul, M. Gray, J. Brockmann, P. Peterson, M. Abra- ham, J., Winters, G. MacDanie1s, S. Thomas, L. Pliska, JS. Stockbridge, M. Smith, M. Powers. Row 5: M. Elliott, B. Walker, J. Brask, M. Rasmussen, J. Brasesco, S. Mankin, R. Weller, E . Zielsdorf, B. Gilstrap, K. Richert, C. Swearingen, E. Mohler, P. Johnson, K. Sorensen. J . Affiliated The members of Affiliated Franklin Men are all the boys in Franklin High School. Jim Darby, their fall president, led them in planning their maior proiect, A.F.M. Week. lt was highlighted by an assembly presenting Monte Ballou, and by a dance called "The Macl Hatters' Ball." The proceeds from the projects provide scholarships for de- serving senior boys. The boys also worked iointly with A.G .S . in presenting a new pro- iect called the January Jamboree, in which the money gained was divided between the two groups and the student body General Fund. JIM DARBY President V t y --:-l ' . -513 , ..:, 4 s T ' rrr' A ' rs --rs A T as ::,V G -,,r: EXE.. W K 1 lvlg . i g in ,.:,i i '.., Q y ..:: V .,.: JIM BE-111-5 IRA WQNG RON JOHNSON JACK ALLEN Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Historian FALL REPRESENTATIVES Row 1: Rod Grimm, John Lahti, Ira Wong, Denny Wellin, Gary Cornilles. Row 2: Gary Hag an, Dick Schlosser, Jeff Chang, Dave Spire, B111 Sundin, Joe Dietz, Dennis McCormick. Row 3: Ron Chang, Jim Richardson, James,,Ford, Tom Uttley, jonCo1e, Larry Skidmore, Duane Thompson, Charles Stronach, jake Shields, Kirk Gustafson. 24 A Franklin Men Larry Skidmore, who has always worked diligently for A.F.M., led the boys well through a favorable spring term. The boys planned all the bowl activities at the May Fete, and it was through their efforts that the student body had an enjoyable time . LARRY SKIDMQRE ITAR. SAPPENFIELD Presi den-I' Advisor iiii' C r r ' hee xg, .,.. W' "'ii- f ' RON BROWN ROD GRIMM RON JOHNSON CHUCK STRONACH Pnstorian Treasurer Secretary Vice-President SPRING REPRESENTATIVES Row 1: Chuck Suonach, Larry Skidmore, Ron Johnson, Ira Wong. Row 2: A1 Bridges, Paul Jackson, Bill Sundin, B111 Hoa.:-d, Gary Cornilles, Bob McIntosh, Dave Spire, Charles Brown. Row 3: Dick Wiley, John Attebery, Bob Palmer, Ken Kolb, Louie Kaech, Harve Shiffer, Tom Uttley, Dale Johnson, Denny Wellin. Row 4: Ross LeBrun, Richard Saigo, Bob ,Schestak, Don Weaver, Howard Garrison, Gordon Boozer, Ron Hakenson, Forrest Hawkins, Dick Hopkins, Ray Fujii. Row 5: Lloyd Wright, Wes Osborne, joe Dietz, Randy Radamsker, Vince Lyon, Garey Heiss, Ernest Lindahl, Mike Boling, jim Webb, Steven 25 Crosby. as FALL OFFICERS Seated, left: Judy Olson, Karen Stelzenmueller, Jeannie Mrs. MOOTG llClS been with the ClC1SS of gglgdgji-Q1IggYF1e1SCmmm' Jean Cotta? '59 all through our high school career. Standing: Iue1Evans, Historian, Gi1Mi11er, Vice- We shall always be grateful to her for Presidenti Don Killian Presidenti julie - - Sump, same 5 R09 Sampsel, Treasurer. her dedicated work, helping us with our Seated, right: ech 0 Lahti Dem Wallin forecasts, careers, colleges and any prob- lems we might have . lt's very encourag- ing to know that a counselor who has l5O girls to supervise cares enough For each one to call her by name. Louie Ka , I hn , y , Dean Lamox-ie3 Sgts. -at-arms. The main activities ofthe fall cabinet were a successful Freshie Frolic and a senior party. Mr. Kurath, who has been with the class of '59 for the past two years, has ably assisted the boys with the problems that have arisen during the iunior and senior years. He has devoted much of his time helping to make the activities ofthe class of '59 more successful . 27 Seated, left: Dick Diario, Roberta Weiler, Karlene Newtorgi Sgts. -at-arms. Standing: Lola Andrews, Historians Pat Wahlstrom, Vice-Presidenti Mike Azorr, Presidentg Karen Stelzenmueller, Secretary, Bob Salvatore, Treasurer. Seated, right: Glenn Stose, Ron Hval, Clifton Sawyer, Sgts. -at-arms. The spring cabinet spent most of its time planning the Senior Prom, Baccalaureate, and Commencement, the long-awaited events leading to graduation. asissszsrsmzyz-Q fx' 2 1 :za an ,:.. Hi:-:i::: . . ',ff',:.izs.s ..,..... . 55.3 .ZBA . ,. . ,, get M 5239 A ,Q nh E .. 5.11 Mi. . 1 57iaif-QYZ-f .. 1 vw ,. fair..-1 - QM . ,. r.gQ215:,S as 1. . 131522. was as - K ,V . 315' ..,...,. 4 gii ixgiplsgh 'L L.. A ,.fw ,0M,,, s ALBRECHT, JERRY EDWARD Atkinson--Prefect attendence '56 '57 '58, AIM rep. '56-59, Student Council '57, Career Conference rep. '56, chairmen '57'58'59, Catalyst Treas., Vice-president. College ALEXANDER, DORIS JEAN Marysville--Honor Roll '56'57'58, Perfect attendence'56'57'58, Student Council rep. '56'57'58'59, secretary, AGS rep. '56'59, Career Conference rep. '56, Centhalis,Chaplain, Historian, Mas- que 8 Gavel,Chaplain, Vice-Pres., IRL, N. H. S., Historian,Plays, Committees, Assemblies and Scholastic Art awards. Lewis and Clark College. ALLEN, BARBARA Arleta--AGS rep. '57, Student Council rep. , '56, "B" Choir. W0rk ALLEN, GARY ANDERSON, JOY ANN Richmond--Perfect attendence'56, Class Treas. '57, AGS rep. '57, Student Council rep. '56-'59, Fire squadrep. Lieutenant 5 Career Conference rep. , Hi Ki Ki, Sec. , Vice-Pres., J. V. Rally '56'57, Varsity Rally '57'58'59, Vice-Pres. 5 Meier S Frank rep., Girl of the Month, Committees. Portland State College. ANDRESEN, NORMAN Creston- -Student Council alt. , Career Conference rep. , chair- men, College Conference chairmen, Catalyst. University of California. ' ANDREWS, LOLA M. Joseph Lane-- Perfect attendence 'SZ Freshman Sgt. -at-arms, Junior Treas. , Senior Historian, AGS rep. '56'57'58'59, Car- eer Conference '57'58, Pentathlon, Assemblies, Committees. University of Oregon. ARCHIE, ARTHUR WAYNE Joseph Lane-- Army. ARENA, JOHN Richmond--AF M rep. , Fire squad, Illuminati Historian, Fresh- ie Court King. College. ARMSTRONG, DOLORES Kellogg--AGS rep. '56'57, Career Conference rep, S Chairmen, Student Council '56'57, D. E. , Girls Glee, Girls Choir, Girls Ensamble. "A" Choir. Portland State College. ATKINSON, JUDY P. Woodmere--Student Council rep. '56, Career Conference guide '56. Work. ATTEBERY JOHN E. Madison--AFM rep., Swimming team, Boy's Glee, Undecided. AZORR, MICHAEL ALBERT Kellogg--Honor Roll '56'58'59, Perfect attendence'56, Class Pres. '56'59, AFM rep. '56'58, Fire squad'58, Student Council rep. '57, Career Conference Chairman'57,rep. '59, Boys'-State, Excutive Cabinet'56'59, ICC, Vice-Pres., N. H. S. , Pres. Sannz, Chaplain, Friars, Catalyst, Sweetheart Swirl Court '59, Science Fair Award. University of Oregon. BACON, RONALD MERRIEL Woodstock--Air Force. BAIL, GARY GENE Joseph Lane--Fire squad'59, Knightz, Treas. , Sec. 5 D. E. , Historian, Football mgr. '56, Commercial art staff'57'58'59, Gold Key Art winner'58. Portland State College. BAKKEN, CRAIG ARNOLD Richmond--Class Sgt. -at-arms, AFM rep., Studext Council rep. , Sannz, Sgt. -at-arms, Pres. , outstanding member, Lettermen. Football '56, '57, '58, '59, Track "56, '57, '58, Basketball '56, '57, Twirp Dance Court, Football Foldup Court. College. BALDWIN, FRANCIS BARNES, TERRY DENNIS Central Catholic--Student Council rep. , Baseball, Commercial art staff. Portland State College. A 28 , 54? ' . 1 h1 :5.,:z:,s'- J . f -f.fwzs.gMw1,gfgr3.,gg I - r 'S 1 P W1-ii pr ig - ' ESQ .5 .. ,355 J 4 Q. ...., . ,.... ,u.:. , ,,,, , L. BARNETT, JERRY 9 BARTEAUX, MERVIN BEEMAN, KATHLEEN EMMA Creston--Honor Roll '56, '57, S. B. Sec. , ,Class sgt.-at-arms '56, Class Historian '58, AGS rep. , Student Council rep. , Career ' Conference chairman, guide, Centhalis, Pres., Historian, Sgt- at-arms, N. H. S. , Sgt. -at-arms, Pleiades, Swimming '56, Intra- murals, Girls Choir, Girls Ensemble, "A" Choir '58, '59, Foot- ball F oldup Court, Post's outstanding senior girl, committees. University of Oregon. BELL, CHRIS ARTHUR Atkinson--Tennis team'56'57. Whitworth College. BELL, JACQUELYN BERNICE Arleta--Class Sgt. -at-arms, Fire squad rep. , Kappa Kappa, Sgt. - f at-arms, Junior Red Cross, Y. F. C. , Intramulas, 'B" Choir, Girls i Glee, committees. Lewis G Clark College. 1 BERGSTROM, JERRY LLOYD Clinton Kelly--AFM rep. , Student Council rep., Fire squad rep. , Illuminati, Basketball'56'57'58'59, Baseball'58'59, "B" Choir. Undecided. BERRETI-I, PATRICIA GENE , Kellogg--Honor Roll'56'57, AGS rep. '56'57'58, Career Confer- 3 ence guide, chairmen, Phi Delta Chi, Vice-Pres. , Sec. , Histor- ian, ALMANAC staff, Gold Key Art Award, Sweetheart's :J Swirl Court, Committees. Northwestern School of Commerce. .5 BETTS, JAMES WESLEY ' ' 1 fi Richmond--Class Sgt. -at-arms, AFM rep. , Vice-Pres. ,Fire V . Z' squad rep. , Lieutenant, Sannz, Club Reporter,Lettermen ,J.V, Football'56'57, Varsity Football'58'59, Track'56-'59, Wrest- ling'56, "B" Choir, "A" Choir, Boys Glee, Football Foldujijir.--La Court, Royal Knight for May F ete Queen. Portland State. 1. BIGELOW, JOY S Glover Park-- Y. F. C. , D, E. , S. B. Store clerk'58. College. BIGONI, TERRY WAYNE - Central Catholic--Student Council rep., AFM rep., Fire squad . rep. , D. E. , J. V. Football'56, J. V. Baseball'56'57, Basketball. Service. - BIGGERS, CAROL ANN Oregon City High--Lambda Gamma, Chaplain, "A"Choir. College. ' BLAKE, WILLIAM ALBERT JR. , AFM rep. , Student Council rep. , Fire squad rep. , Illuminati, Baseball'56'57'58'S9, Football'56'57'59, "A" Choir, Football F oldup Court. Undecided. 1 BOHANNON, MARYLOU I BONAR, ELLEN MARIE Glencoe--AGS rep. , Student Council rep. , D. E., Girls ensern-b ble, Girls Choir, "B" Choir, Student secretary. Medical School. f BOOTH, DIANE LEE l Artela--AGS rep. , Phi Delta Chi, Secretary, Sgt. -at-arms. Undecided. BOOZER, GORDON LEROY , Glencoe--Honor Roll'57'58'59, Student Council rep. , AFM rep., ' Career Conference chai.rmen'57'58'59, Catalyst, Treas. , Cross sq Country. College. BOWERS, DIANA BRISBEE, LARRY ALLEN I Richmond-- Honor Roll'56, Perfect attendence'56, Baseball'56 5 '57'58'59,Class Sgt. -at-arms'57, Student Council rep. , AFM rep. Fire squad rep. , Captain, S. B. Vice-Pres. , Pres. of Student Co- uncil, Sannz Sec. , Friars, Lettermen, King of Sweetheart's Swirl. College. ' 3 BROCK, PAT Gresham--Student Council rep. BROKENSHIRE CHARLES Atkinson--Photography, Sec. , Trainer-Football, Knighted in BROWN, PEGGY BUZZELL, EDWARD EUGENE Arleta--AFM rep. , Fire squad BURDICK, JOY LOVANN Pow ellhurst--Honor Roll'58 '59 rep., Emalayo, Sgt. -at-arms, staff, Orchestra'56'57. Portlan BURNHOME, DOUGLAS CAPPS, DONALD LEE Kellogg --AFM rep. '56'57'59, '59, Baseb:-1l1'S6, Track'57, F State Colleg e. CARREON, PRISCILLA ANN Marysville--P erfect attendenc Sec. , Vice-Pres. , Student Sec. CARTWRIGHT, KENNETH LE Marysville--Perfect attendenc rep. , Career Conference rep. Knightz, Football'56, "B" Cho joseph Lane--Honor Ro1l'59, AGS rep Suxdent Council re guide, Gulick, Ir S Sr Coun member, Pleiades, Golf'56-'5 Undecided. Wrestl1ng'56-'59, First Aid May Fete. Navy. rep. Undecided. , AGS rep. , Career Conference Vice-Pres. , Quill G Scroll,Post d State College. 1 Sannz, Lettermen, Footba.1l'57'58 ootball Foldup Court. Portland e'57, Fire squad rep. , Y. F. C. , College. E e'57, AFM rep. , Student Council , chairmen, Khlisti, sgt. -at-arms, ir'57'58. Portland State College. S. B. Treas. , Class Historian'S7, p. , Career Conference chairmen, cil rep., Sec. , Pres., Outstanding 9, ICC, Executive cabinet, Jr. A c:Ascm'ro, IUDITH MARY th Prom Court, Girl of the Mon , Sweethe:-1rt's Swirl Court. College CASS,MERVIN A. Marysvil1e-- AFM rep. '56'57, Footba.ll'56'57. Portland State College. CASTILE, LOIS MAE Woodstock--Y. F. C. , D. E. , CHAPIN, NANCY JOAN Atkinson--AGS rep. , D. E. , S Portland State College. CHAPMAN, LORNA E. Arleta--IRL, Chaplain, Sigm "A" Choir, All state Choir'59 CHATTERTON, GARY "B" Choir, Glee Clubs. Undecided. tudent Sec. , committees. a Phi Alpha, Girls Cholr'57'58, , committees. College. Richmond--Illuminati. Work. Cl-IRISTIANSEN, CHARLES CLEMNHZNS, SHIRLEY COIGNY, GERRY ANN Richmond--Girls Choir "B" , C of Art. hoir, Art staff' 57 ' 58 ' 59.Mus cum asf? .. ,-... X .,,. ,. . ,,,,. 25 5' E522-:ff::l:'f-21'"Z -' ' ., , ' Q S U X , I H rs ,ly 1 'yiiyiv' i rfgsi ,, .... ,.,. --1... ,...... : .f..r-.- -.fc .:... ,nn u.s.. .Imam COOK RUSSELL O. Woodstock--Honor Roll'S6'57, Sigma Phi Alpha, parliamentar- ian, Kings Men, Sec. , Football'56, Wrestling, Band, Orchestra. Oregon State College. CORNILLES, GARY MICHEAL Kellogg--AFM rep. '57'58, Student Council rep. '57'58,Career Conference rep. '57'S8, Knightz, Sec., Vice-Pres., Football '56, Golf team, Sweetheart's Swirl Court. Undecided. COSGROVE, ROSEMARIE ANN Immaculata Academy--"B" Choir. Work. COTTER, GAWANA JEAN Joseph Lane--Perfect attendence'56, Class Sgt. -at-arms, Sitz- mark, Swimming team'56, Girls Glee, Mixed Chours, "B" Choir. Work. COX, CAROL LYNN Powellhurst--Swimming'56, Mixed chours, Girls Glee. Undecid- ed. CRANDALL, GLORIA DIANE Creston--D. E. ,Jr. Achievement. Marriage. CRANDALL, JOYCE DIANE Kellogg--Class Sgt. -at-arms, AGS rep. , Fire squad rep. , Career Conferencerep., chairmen, guide, Centhalis, Historian, Parlia- mentarian, Pres., ICC, "A" Girls Ensemble, Girls Choir,'Student Sec., Sweetheart's Swirl Court, committees. Work. CROSBY, JOAN ELIZABETH Artleta--Honor R0ll'56'57'58'59, AGS rep. , Student Council rep. '56'57'58 '59, Career Conference chairmen'57'S8,Gulick, Historian. Parliamentarian, Pres. gl. R. L. ,Sgt. -at-armsgPleiades, Treasq N. H. S., ICC, Sec., Committees, "Voice of Democracy winner. College. CUMMINGS, KENNETH RICHARD Lane--AFM rep. '56'57, Future Businessmen, Art staff'56'57'58 '59, committees. Art School. DANCE, DALE ALLEN Richmond--Perfect attendence'56, Photography, Boys Glee. Undecided. - DANIELSON, PATRICIA JEAN Arleta--Neich-Ko, Vice-Pres., Pres. Work. DARBY, JIM , Kellogg --AFM rep. , Pres. 5 -Class Vice-Pres. '57, Career Conf- erence Chairman, Student Council rep. , Committees, Illuminf ati, Sgt. -at-arms, Vice-Pres., Football'56'S7'58, Basketball '56-'59, Track'56'57'58'59, "B" Choir, "A" Choir, Jr. Prom Court. Portland State College. DAVIDSON, PAUL Creston--Sannz, Basketball. Undecided. DAVIS, SANDRA LEE Atkinson--AGS rep. Lewis 8 Clark College. DECIOUS, KARL Kellogg--AFM rep., Fire squad rep. , Career Conference rep., chairmen. Work. DENNIS, JUDY EILEEN Creston--Career Conference chairment, guide. Work. DENNIS, LOUISE MARIE Richmcnd--Honor Rol1'56'57'58'59, Class Sgt.-at-arms'57, Class committees, AGS rep.. , Career Conference Chairman, guide, Centhalis, Sgt. -at-arms, Sec. , N. H. S. , Chaplain, Vice-Pres. , Intramluals, ALMANAC Editor, Western High School Press Institute, S. B. committees, assemblies. Lewis 8 Clark College. N L rf iw 5ss2.s,.::s:::::r:s:':-r---2-A f- 1.1 15 .-5E5':5--l-l"I""I:I:IFI"I'.1I'I5.5.Er'E- . - .... W ,IEEE-E::E:-gggiiglfii 1 ,A , 523335235554 k :..::-- 'iiifififf'-5 giglmlkfli. ..a.:5gs55g as 55 inf S 3' F as I 221,552 5'EI:.If'55vQ3"":'1-'ft-i,ff'f p- 'Fl DEVEITEO, CAROL ANN Jefferson--AGS rep. '59, I. R. L. . Marriage. DIERICKX, STEVE ALBERT Abernathy--.Khlisti'., Treas. , Sec., Sgt. -at-arms, ICC.Unde- cided. DIORIO, RICHARD DENNIS Glencoe--Class Sgt. -at-arms'59, AFM rep. , Student Council rep. Fire squad rep. , Career Conference rep. , chairmen,Sitzrnark, Vic Pres., President, ICC, "A" Choir, Boys Glee, J.V. Rally '56 '57 University of Oregon. DITTLER, SUZANNE joseph Lane--AGS rep. . College. DOHT, GARY WILLIAM Atkinson--AFM rep. , Fire squad rep. , Career Conference chair- man'56'57'58'59, Illuminati, Lettermen, Sgt. -at-arms, Pres., Football'56'57, Wrest1ing'56'57'58'59, placed in city, Mixed Choir. West Point. DORAN KATHLEEN LORRAINE . A Arleta--Perfect attendence'56, AGS rep. , Hi Ki Ki Club reporter Sgt. -at-arms, Sec. University of Oregon. EATON, MARY BETH Richmond--Centhalis, Sgt. -at-arms, Vice-Pres. ,Student Store Clerk. Work. I r.K1.oF, THEODORE ELLEDGE, NORMA JEAN Creston--Class Sgt. -at-arms'59, AGS rep. '56'59, Career Conf- erence rep. '57'58, chairman'58'59, Swimming'56'57, Girls'Choir, "B" Choir, "A" Choir, Student Sec. , Committees. WOTR- ELLINGSON, ALICE MARIE Richmond--Honor Roll'58'59, Perfect attendence'56'57, Class Pres. '58, Vice-Pres. '565Student Council rep. , AGS rep. ,Career Conference chairman, guide, Hi Ki Ki, Sitzmark, Clubreporter, Historian, Y. F. C., Vice-Pres. , ICC rep. g Quill 8 Scroll, N. H. S, Pleiades, Pres. glntramurals, Post staff, Jr. Prom Queen, Football Homecoming Court, D. A. R. "Good Citizen" award, committees. College. ENGELHORN, BILL Richmond- -P erfe ct attendence ' 5 6' 57 '58 , Band. Coll eg e. ERICKSON, DAVID L. ' Creston--Masque S Gavel, Historian, "B" Choir, "A" Choir, Stage mgr. Portland State College. ERICKSON, DENNIS EVANG, ARLEEN H. - Creston--Honor Rol1'56, AGS rep. , Student Council rep. , Career Conference rep. , Sigma Phi Alpha, Sgt.-at-arms, "A"Choir'57'58'59, Madrigal'57'58'59, Northwest Choir, Quatasia'57, assemblies, cornmitties. College. EVANS, JUEL joseph Lane--Class Sgt. -at-arms'58, Historian'59, Xys-Ki, Sgt. - at-arms, Chaplain, Vice-Pres. , Pres. 5 D. E. Sec . Work. EVELAND, CHARLENE MARIE Joseph Lane--AGS rep. , Career Conference rep. , chairman, Girls Choir, "A" Choir, Girls Ensemble, Cafe. staff. Work. FARRIS, VERN FAUSETT, RICHARD LEE Kellogg--Honor Roll'58'59, S. B. Pres. , Class Sgt. -at-arms, Treas. 5 Student Council rep. , Fire squad, Career Conference rep. , chairman, Optimist, Parliamentarian, Lettermen, Track - '56-'59, Cross Country'56-'59, Post columnist, Delegate to the National Association of Student Councils, Executive Cabinet, S. B. , Class committees. 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FAWCETT, JACK JAMES Arleta--AFM rep. , Student Council rep. , Fire squad rep. , ' Career Conference chairmen, Illuminati, Pres. , Sec. , ICC, Sgt. -at-arms, Lettermen, Sgt. -at-arms, Football'57'58'59, Basketball'57'S8'59, Track'S9,Jr. Prom Court, Football Fo- ldup Court, AGS Twirp Dance Court, Sweetheart's Swirl Court, Delegate to Beaver Boys State. College. FAUCETT, LYNN EDWARD Atkinson--Class Sgt. -at-arms, Student Council rep, Fire squad rep. l, Career Conference rep. , chairman,Sannz, Treasurer, Wrest- ' 1 ling S6 57. Portland State Coll eg e. FEIGERT, DAVID JACOB Kellogg--AFM rep., Career Conference rep. , chairman, Letter- men, Sgt. -at-arms, Football'57, Swimming '56 '59, Band, Pep Band Science Fair award. College. FENTON, GEORGE FISHER, JIM I Woodmere--AFM rep. '57 '58, Fire squad rep. , Career Confer- ence rep. , Knighiz, Chaplain, Historian, College. FLEISCHMANN, NANCY MAY Atkinson--Perfect attendence'56'57, Class Sgt. -at-arms'59, AGS rep. , Student Council rep. , Career Conference rep. , chairman, guide, F. N. A. , Y. F. C. , Sec. , Vice-Pres. , Pres. 5 "A" Choir, Student Store Clerk, Y. F. C,Sweetheart Court , committees. Work. FLEMING, LINDA MARLENE Vestal--Fire squad rep., Career Conference chairman,Centhalis, Treas. Business School. FLEMING, NOREEN ELIZABETH Green Oaks, California--AGS rep. , Career Conference rep. , College Conference rep. , chairman, Swimming team. College. FLOREA, JOANNE MARIEA Creston--AGS rep. , Lambda Gamma, Sgt. -at-arms, Intramur- a1s'56, Student Sec. Nurses Training. FORD, CAROL LEE St. Mary's Academy--AGS rep. , Student Council rep. , Gulick Sec. ,Sitzmark, Spelling Bee Champion'58, committees. Univer- sity of Oregon. FORD, JAMES RUSSELL Woodmere--AFM rep. , Catalyst, Band, Pep Band, Dance Band, Portland State College. FORD, NANCY FORGEY, KATHLEEN JOAN Marysville--Honor ROll'56'57'58'59, Perfect attendence'57'5S, J. V. Rally'57, Varsity Rally'58'59, Pres. , Sec. , Treas. ,Historiang AGS rep. , Student Council rep. , Fire squad rep. , Career Conf- erence chairman, Pentathlon, Club Reporter, Chaplain,N. H. S. , Pleiades, Vice-Pres., Orchestra, Student Secretary, Freshman Class Court, Girl of the Month, Dad's Club show, Advisor for the Pep Club, committees, assemblies. Pacific Lutheran College. FOSS, HARLAND NLELS Glencoe--Oregon College of Education. FULLER, JOHN PAUL Richmond--Future Business Men Club. College. GALLUCCI, JAMES DAMENU Woodstock--Perfect attendence'56, AFM rep. , Student Council rep. ,Football'57. Portland State College. GALLUCCI, JAN LOUISE St. Ignatius--Honor Roll'57, AGS rep. , Emalayo, Sgt. -at-arms, Treas. ,Sigma Phi Alpha, Sgt-at-arms, Inu-amurals, Girls Ensem- ble, "B" Choir, "A" Choir, Madrigal, Cafeteria staff'57'58'59, Drama crews. Work. GANGUIN, CAROLE CHRISTINE Atkinson--"B" Choir. Undecided. , q as , M 5 5 5 -' :- 5:35323 525 Z- ya SWS ...,.. , .9 Kaz i f is ak .APR '5 ':.2:i2:. : : ' V- - dim We -' . 5 I -'-' - Z .fir - 25 :52 1 z Z7 E3g:4Ei'2EiI:' ' f I swswn, -1 W -' swear.-W. 5 . E . 5 GARRISON, HOWARD RAYMOND Kellogg--AFM rep. , Student Council rep. , Fire squad 1-ep, Cu- eer Conference rep. , chairman, Undecided. GASPERSON, CHARLES . Benson--D. F. Club, Sweethearts' Swirl Court. Work. GATTUCIO, GARY y Kellogg--AFM rep. '56'57'58, Optimist, Sgt. -at-arms,Baseball '56'57, Wrestling'56'57, Football'56'57. Service. GILL, DAVID Arleta--Student Council rep. College GIMBOL, LINDA JOYCE Kellogg--AGS rep. , Student Council rep. , Career Conference rep. , committees. Beauty College. GOEDECK, LINDA LEE Woodmere--Perfect attendence'56'57'58'59, Class Sgt. -at-arms, Student Council rep. , Career Conference rep. , chairman, guide, Lecoha, Sec. , Pres. ,Student Sec. , ICC, Sgt. -at-arms. IBM School. GOLDADER, RONALD GOMEZ, IRENE Central High, California--Gulick, Lambda Gamma. Undecided. -GOODWIN, SY LVIA F AY Kellogg--AGS rep. , Career Conference rep. , guide, chairman, Pentathlon, Corresponding Sec., Swimming'56, Freshie Frolic Court. Portland State College. GRAUE, JEAN THEO Woodmere--Fire squad rep. , Xys-Ki, Chaplain. College. GREER, DOUGLAS Atkinson--Honor Roll'56'57, Perfect attendence'56, AFM rep. , Student Council rep. , Career Conference rep. , chairman, De- legate-Portland High Safety Council, Optimist, Sec. , Vice-Pres. , Pres. ,Friars, Wrestling '56'57, Jr. Prom Court, Sweetheart's Swirl Court, Art awards. University of Oregon. ' GRIMM, ROD Queen Anne--Honor Roll, Career Conference rep. , chairman, Knightz, Club Reporter, Masque 8 Gavel, Quill 8 Scroll, Sgt. at-arms, I. R. L. , Varsity Swimming '56, Post staff, Sweetheart? Swirl Court. University of Oregon. I-IADLEY, IANICE KAY Woodstock--Honor Roll, Girls' Glee '56, Girls' Choi1"57'58, "A" Choir '59, ALMANAC staff. Business College. , HAGAN, DENNIS MONROE Benson--AFM rep. '59, Sannz, Footba1l'56, Basketba.lI'56, Track '57-'59, Boys Glee Club. Army. HAGG, KARIN LOUISE Creston--Career Conference chairman, Lecoha, Sgt. -at-arms, Chaplain, Girls Choir, "A" Choir. Marriage. HALEY, BARBARA JO . Arleta--Ernalayo, Sgt. -at-arms, Girls Glee. College. HALL ROY F. Woodmere-Undecided. HAMILTON, STEPHEN FRANKLIN Benson--Y. F. C. , Pres, Sigma Phi Alpha, Historian, Chaplain, Orchestra, "A" Choir. All-NorthwestOrchest1'a of'57, All-State Orchestra, All-City Orchestra. Service. 34.. HANSEN, LAURIE ' Richmond--Honor Roll'58, Class Sgt. -at-arms'S7, AGS rep. , Student Cotmcil rep. , Fire squad rep. , Career Conference rep. '57'58, chairman, College Conference rep. , chairman, Pentathlon, Club Reporter, Sgt. -at-arms, Vice-Pres. , Pres., Outstanding MembergICC. University of Oregon. HARRINGTON, KAYRL E. Atkin.son-- Career Conference chairman, Lambda Gamma, Vice- Pres., "B" Choir, Girls Choir, Girls Ensemble, Cafeteria staff '57'58'59. College. HARRIS, RALPH THOMAS Woodstock--AFM rep. Army. HASMANN, MELVIA ANN Grout--AGS rep. , Student Council rep. , Career Conference rep. , chair-man5Lambda Gamma, Chaplain, Treas. 5 Girls Choir, Girls Ensemble. College. HAYNER, GARY HEINTZ, IDA MAE Creston--Fire squad rep. , Pentathlon, Sgt. -at-arms. University of Oregon. HHLER, DAVID R, Richmond--Fire squad rep. , Knightz, Footba1l'56, Track'57 '58 '59, Boys Glee, "B" choir. Service. HENDRICKS, LYNN JOYCE Grout- -Work. H.E.NNlNG, KAREN LEAH Kellogg--Perfect attendence'57 '58, Emalayo, Chaplain, Histor- ian, "A" Choir, Band,Treas. College. HERRELL, CHARLES ' HERRMANN, KARL LESLIE Kellogg --Perfect attendence'S8. Portland State College. HEWITT, LYNN ROGER Richmond--AF M rep. , Student Council rep. , Fire squad rep. , Career Conference Parking chairman, Illuminati, Pres. ,Treas. , Sgt. -at-arms, Outstanding Member3Lettermen, Vice-Pres. , Sgt. - at-arms5Football'56'57'58'59, All-City S All-State, Wrestling '56'57'58'59, All-City 8 State, Track'56'57'58'59, Football Foldup King. University of Washington. ' HICKMAN, BLANCI-IE EDYTH Woodstock- -Work. HILL, KATHLEEN A. Creston--Student Council rep. , Sec. , Career Conference rep. , guide, chairman, Pentatblon, Historian, Sgt. -at-arms, Sec. , Vice-Pres. , Outstand1ng,Member , Girls Choir, Football Foldup Court. University of Oregon. HIMES, JOHN DEE. Atkinson--Brigham Young University. HOARD, BILL Benson--Student Council rep. , AFM rep. , Illumlnatti, Football'58, assemblies. Portland State College. HOFSTETTER, MARYANN IDA Lincoln Knight schoolj--Business College. 1-1oLcoMB, NANCY LEE Glencoe--Honor Roll '55, class sgt. -at-arms, '56, Student Council, Career Conference Guide, Chairman, Xys-Ki, Club reporter, sgt. -at-arms, sec., Vice-President, oumtanding mem- ber, Sitrmark, Girls Choir, Girls ensemble, Student secretary, Committees. University of Oregon. P . :5 Y ' Es Ali' 'E ,.., A U -,, ..,. g :.::,-1' gfifff f -f--A- 1'h3:.gg.3 ',1 , 'lzfiia 2. i'il'5Z3Zi3'2 as si:-'fe :. .- its .:f:.... .-,. as .-.-. ..e:.:. . -aaa3:-:- .ss ,. - - '-'-' 4 '-'-'-"- sa-- -...............a.+..,,. mmfsw2s'sara.N'w..: s 22 . .,.. , .A--www W...ssr , :..,. sm... ,, Q,wv, ,,. , ....,..,.,. , - ra.-.::.:-: zz-1 . 5 512: my grsglfsggg '1::T3.3?QZ.:S?gc '- ' , . 4 Bla? - :eww . ' 51:2 2525 ' A fe A Siiyggstigse his 5 , 2 ' ,as m .?ggg3zgg'2:3337' .. -A . ' I 2. I -1-1 aria: - :sm :sim fwiafsriiiikir 'Em i' Q sf'2YWf'i?"'iE' ietiisgwi fi L , 53" Z 555:22 5' 1 K , 2? Q ff.. ei:f'3EE'f .iffE2?sEf ' VT- yM,7i5Yf'531'iZ'Qf:fZ. ,, A w essxffslifw Wea A 1 give' f ?w,'3?'f,,2'3wga'Cg?gi'.:.'-'51,-,i, ' 151 as riefiwffarmiszrszi., Misses?-fa rf? .I s v I' 'Q' I ...,,. sm .:: .:: - g:":' -' ' 3:5 51:1 33233323 ..,.......... ..v.., . . Hs.. F5512 ' bg. . , wif-ft tak , Q .us ,ff ...airs We as ' 5' " 5.-. HOOVER, JEANNIE HOPKINS, JOANNE I-IOSS, GEORGE NELSON Atkinson--AFM rep. , '56, '57, '58, Student Council rep. , '56 '57, '58, '59, Career Conference Chairman, '56, '57, '58, Fire ' Squad Capt., '58, Police Chief, '59, Illuminati, Club reporter, Treasurer, Friars, Football, '56, '57, '58, Basketball, '56, '57 '58, '59, Baseball, '56, '57, '58, '59, Post staff. College. HOYT, MARTHA ROEAN Atkinson--Honor Roll, '56, '57, '58, '59, Perfect attendence, '57, Class Vice-President, '58, AGS rep. , Vice Pres. , Student Council rep. , Career Conference rep. , Chairman, guide, HiKiKi, Pres- ident, Sgt. -at-arms, Pleiades, Historian, NHS, Club reporter, Intramurals, Girls' ensemble, Girls' Choir, Post staff, City speech winner, Delegate to U. N. "Pilgrimage for Youth", JV Rally, Pres., sec., Varsity Rally, sec. , treas. , Corresponding sec., Nords1rom's rep, committees. College. HUGHES, PAT ELAIN Our Lady of Sorrows--Perfect Attendence '56, '57, Mixed Chorus. Burroughs Business College. HULTS, BETTY LOU Kellogg --Kappa Kappa, Chaplain, Cafeteria staff. Undecided. HUNTER, EVELYN Honor Roll, '57'58'59, Perfect attendence '56'57, AGS rep. , Student Council rep. , Career Conference rep. , Chairman, NHS, Vice-Pres. , Sec. , Post staff, cafeteria staff, Outstanding girl in the Foreign Language Department. Seattle Pacific College. HUNTER, MARION DALE Woodmere--Honor Roll, '58, Student Council rep. , Career Con- ference Chairmen, Plays, Cafeteria Staff. Seattle Pacific College. HVAL, RONALD L. Woodmere--Class sgt.-at-arms, Knightz, D.E.Club, Golf'56, 'B' Choir. Work. IOANNIDOU, KATIA . Kouais fPrivate high school in Greecej--NHS, IRI, Kle Koe, Cafeteria staff, AF S exchange student from Greece. University of Athens. IRA, CECIL CARL Woodmere--AFM rep., Optimist, Lettermen, Baseball '57, '58, '59, Swimming '58, B'Choir, All-City Baseball '58, Clark Junior College. - IRWIN, JUDY JACKSON, JACQUELINE Arleta--Mixed Choir, Cafeteria staff, Make-up staff, '57, '58, '59, Stage crew, '57, '58, '59, Art staff. Work. JACOB, CAROLYN LOUISE Atkinson--Honor Roll '56, '57, '58, '59, Class sgt-at-arms, treas. , Committees, Jr. Prom Chairman, AGS rep. , Student council rep. , Career Conference rep. , chairman, Kle Koe, sgt-at-arms, His- torian, treas. , Pres., outstanding member, Sitzmark, corresponding sec., IRL, NHS, Intramurals, Outstanding girl science student, AFS finalist, Sweetheart's Swirl Court, Science Fair Winner. Stanford. JAMES, MELVA KAY Richmond--Honor roll, class sgt. -at-arms, AGS rep. , Career Conference rep. , chairman, Election board, Kappa Kappa, Club reporter, President, Parliamentarian, YFC, Assemblies, Committes College. JOHNSON BRUCE Benson--Optimist. Undecided. JOHNSON, DAVID C. Richmond--Class Sgt. -at-arms, AFM rep. '56-'59, Student Council rep. , '56-'59, Career Conference rep. , Chairman, Optimist, Sgt. -at-arms, Sitzmark, D. E., Pres. , Football'56, Golf, '56-'59, "A" Choir, Vice-Pres. Portland State, JOHNSON, MARY ELLA . ...A , . . ,W . h ,,. ,. .. -vt, JJ: 551, 4 ,R . 5 P R311 1 3 V 6 +L, , are 'L mf fn' . 4 if If V Q. Ww- , . .,., ..,.. ..., . - Q ' f .rr its r 1 S ,W Q . 1 A, 3 W , 5' weft Ovuae-495145 ...V , .g fy: Y 'N ,i f, ,s JOHNSTON, KATHLEEN JONES, BERNIE ELAINE Clinton Kelly--Xys-Ki, Corresponding Sec., Historian, Treas. Work. JUSTICE, MARY E. St. Stephens--Career Conference rep, Student Council alt. , Girls Choir '56, '57, '58. Airline Hostess Training. KAECH, LOUIE JACOB Kellogg--Perfect attendence'57, AFM rep. , sec. , class sgt. - at- arms, Student Council rep. , Optimist, Vice-Pres. , Sigma Phi Alpha, Treas. , Baseba1l'57, Band, Orchestra, Pres. Portland State. KAUFMAN, KENNETH LYLE , South Powellhurst--AFM'rep. , Good Citizenship award. College. KAUFMAN, DICK Woodstock--AFM rep. , Student Council rep. , Career Conference Chairman. College. KELM, PATRICIA ANN Richmond--AGS rep., FNA, Treas. , Chaplain, Librarian, DE. Club. Work. KIBF, BARBARA Kellogg--Student Body Secretary, AGS rep. , Sec. , Student Council rep. , Football Foldup Court, Twirp Dance Court, Committees. College. KIDWILER, JACQUELYN MAE . l , Atkinson--AGS rep. , Student Council rep, Delta Beta Phi, Girls Choir, '56, '57, '58, Work. KILLLAN, DON HAROLD V Richmond--Honor Roll'55, '57, '58, '59, Class Pres. Sgt.-at-arms, '55, '56, AFM rep, Student Council rep, Fire Squad rep., Career Conference rep., chairman, Catalyst, NHS, treas. , IRL, Friars, "1 4 i 3 1 J I 5 i 1 3 3 Exchange Student to Sweden, Franklin safe driving award, Assem- . blies, committees. Harvard University. KIMBALL, BERNICE RAE Atkinson--Student Council Alternate, Career Conference Chair- man, Emalayo, Sgt. -at-arms, Treas., Pres., Parliarnentarian, Girls' Golf, "B" Choir "A" Choir'58, '59, Pacific Lutheran KIMBALI, LEONARD KLINE, MYREEN KOLB, KENNETH JAMES Ascension--AFM rep. , Student Council rep. , Fire squad rep. , Career Conference rep., Illiminati, Historian, Baseball, '56, '57, '58, '59, Basketbal1'56, "B" Choir, Junior Prom Court, Comm- ittees. Portland University. KORNEEV, LUDMILLA Richmond--Honor roll, '58, Perfect Attendence, '57, AGS rep. , Career Conference guide, NHS, Historian, Phi Delta Chi. , treas, IRL, Art awards, committees. College. KREILING, SUZANNE MAE Atkinson--AGS. rep., Career Conference rep., chairman, Delta Beta Phi, Band'56, '57, '58, Committees. Work. KRIGBAUM, NORMA LEE Arleta--Honor roll'58, '59, Student Body Store Clerk. Work. KUBLER, WILLIAM I v E 1 I 4 ! A i i J .. , . , ,:::, ..- ... 557225 f5'ff .,r,. 5 . -522:1 3 A . f if s I .. ..a. " 52, .gi 1,2153 1 -ailhllm 2 wills N Q , as a X -'f-"'- MFW -:- - ---. . '-I-:-:ras-f.sa,.:..s-.:af-I . we Tfgfffi' 12. ' 15152 , eng. 3522, l a 5 sf? i - 'ia 4 5? ssl'-31 ll 75-5 5 .. , ff S Q sir 38 KUEHNE, CARL TED Clinton Kelly--Career Conference rep. , Fire squad rep. , Golf '56, '57, '58, '59, "B" Choir, "A" Choir. Work. LAHTI, JOHN MARVIN Kellogg--Class sgt. -at-arms, AFM rep. , Student Council rep. Optimist, historian, sec. , treas. , Vice-Pres., Football'55, iTrack'58, '59, Cross Country'58, ALMANAC staff, jr. Prom King. College. LAMORIE, DEAN B. Libby, Montana--Class Sgt. -at-arms'58, AFM rep. , Student Council rep., D. E. club, Wrest1ing'56, "A" Choir, Boys Glee "B" Choir, Cafeteria staff. Clark College. LEE, KIM Richmond--Honor Roll'56'57'58, Perfect attendence'56'58, S. B. Treas. , Class Treas. '56, Student Council rep. '56'57'58 '59, Career Conference chairman, guide, Emalayo, Treas. , N. H. S. , Y. F. C. , Student Clerk. University of Oregon. LEMNITZER, FRED Louis Creston--Class Sgt. -at-arms, AFM rep. , Optimist, Treas. , D. E. , Treas., Tennis '58'59. College. LEONETTI, DOUGLAS Creston--Honor Roll'56'57'58'59, Rally, King,AFM, rep. , Treas. Student Council rep. '57'58'59, Career Conference Chairman, Fire squad rep. , Sannz, Club Reporter, Treas. 5N. H. S. , Parlia- mentarian, Lettermen, B. F, F. , Pres. 3 Sitzmark, Football'56'57 '58, Basketball'56, Footbal1Foldup Court, Boy's State Governor, Delegate to Boys' Nation'58, Post's Outstanding Boy'58, FHS Science Fair Honors. Colleg e. MACKENZIE, IAN 1 S Kellogg--Student Council rep. , Career Conference rep. , Chair- mang Kappa Kappa, Sgt. -at-arms, Chaplain, Vice-Pres. , Pres. 5 Masque S Gavel, Sec. 5 Y. F. C. , Chaplain,Cafeteria sta.ff'57-'59, Sweetheai-t's Swirl Court, Plays. Work. MACKEY, DAVID W. Joseph Lane--Honor Roll'57'58, AFM rep. , Career Conference chairman, Sigma Phi Alpha, I-Iistorian,Masque G Gavel, Club Re porter,"A" Choir, "B" Choir, Plays, Assemblies, All-StateChoir. Portland State Colleg e. MADDEN, KAREN ANN Kellogg--AGS rep. , D. E. club. University of Oregon. MAFFEI, FRED Lents--Illuminattl, Football, Track, Freshie Frolic Court. Undecided. MAGEE, RON ALAN Glencoe--Perfect attendence '58, Class sgt. -at-arms, AFM rep. , Student Council rep. , Zealots, Chaplain, Historian, Football, Track, Football Foldup Court, Portland Junior Achievement President. Oregon State College. MAIO, JOE Atkinson--Class sgt. -at-arms, Student Council rep. , AFM rep. Sannz, sgt. -at-arms, Vice-Pres., Pres., outstanding member, ICC, sgt-at-arms, Freshie Frolic Court. College. ' MARCHINGTON, RONALD GARY Creston--Perfect attendence'57, Class Sgt. -at-arms'56'58, AFM rep. , Student Council rep. , Class committees, Sannz, C1ubRe- porter, Vice-Pres, I-'ootball'57'58, Track'56, Band, I. V. Rally, Varsity Rally, King,Freshie Frolic Court. Lewis S Clark College. MARLING, BEVERLY KAY Woodmere--Class Sgt. -at-arms'56, Class Sec. '59, AGS rep. , Lecoha, Chaplain, Sec. ,Pres. 5 Pleiades, Portland State College. MARTINSEN, JOANN MII.DRED Arleta--AGS rep., Year rep. , Pres. ,Class Sec. '56, Student Council rep. , Career Conference rep. ,Hi Ki Ki, Chaplain, Treas. ,Sitzmark, Chaplain, Sec. 5 Pleiades, Committees, Post's Outstanding Gh-l'58, jr. Prom Court, Rep. to O. G. E. Port- land State College. MARTSOLF, BARBARA Richmond--Marriag e. MARSHALL, WARREN LEO Richmond--Perfect Attendence'55, Knightz, Football 'S5'56, Wres'tling'55'56, Track '56'57. Marines. MATSON, JOHN WALTER U E Richmond--Kings Men,Pres. Portland State College. it 2' wif Q.-.V :Qt 4 - R f H3 1 J' 2351.5 " si If-E 59655 5 -5 5 t'?. .'f:E'E5i:51E:'E3'f" it Wo-, , , l I l ,..,,,,1 MCCONE, JANFLL ANN Ogallala, Neb. --Pep Club'56'57, Girls Chorus'56'57. Undecided. MCCORMICK, KEITH ALLAN Creston--Honor Roll'58, Career Conference chairman. Portland State. MCCORMICK, MICHEL CAROLYN , Kellogg--AGS rep. , Student Council rep. , Career Conference rep. , chairman, Pentathlon, Chaplain, Treas. College. MCCRAY, JOE ROSS Richmond--Honor Roll'58, S. B. Vice-Pres. , Class Vice-Pres. , Career Conference Chairman'57, Student Council rep. '56'57'58 '59, Illuminati, Letterrnen, Masque G Gavel, Friars, Sec. ,Foot- ball'56'57'58, Track '56'57'58'59, Wrestling'56, Band'56'57, Dance Band'S6'57, Ir. Prom Court, Rep. to Beaver Boy'sState, Freshie Frolic Court, Vice-Pres. of Region III Student Councils, Post's Outstanding Boy'57, Plays, Assemblies, S. B. 8 Class co- mmittees. College. MCCRUM CAROL Woodmere-- Honor Roll'S9, Class Sgt. -at-arms, AGS rep. , Student Council rep. , Career Conference rep. , Kle Koe, Corresponding Sec., I. V. Rally'56, Student Sec. Business College. MCCRUM, SARA SUE "Hosford--AGS 8 Class committees, FNA, Historian, Treas. , Sec. , Vice-Pres. 5 Lambda Gamma, "B" Choir. Nursing School. McKEE, BARBARA ANN joseph Lane--Perfect attendence'56'57, Class committees, Girls Glee, Girls Choir, "A" Choir, Student Sec. . Clark jr. College. MCSHATKO, s'rr.VE MICHAELSON, mms LARRY Atklnson-- Student Council rep. , Career Conference rep, chair- i man, Knightz, Club Reporter, Lettermen, Treas. 9 Swimming. College. MILLER, GILBERT NEAL Atkinson-- Honor Roll'57 '58'59, Perfect attendence'57, Class Sgt. -at-arms, Vice President, Class Committees, AFM rep. , Student Council rep. , Career Conference Chairman, Sigma Phi Alpha, Chaplain, Lettermen, Chaplain, N. H. S. , Optimist, Y. F. C. , Pres. 5 Track'57'58'59, Cross Country'57'58, Orchestra, Qu:-1tasia'57. College. MILLER, PEGGY ANNE Washington High--Orchestra, Cafeteria staff. College. MILLIORN, MOLLY ANN Creston--Class Committees, AGS rep. ,Year rep.3, Career Conf- erence guide, chairman'56'57'58, Delta Beta Phi, Historian, Vice-Pres. , Outstanding Member, Intermurals, Swimming team, Girls Glee, Girls Choir, Almanac Staff, Student Sec. Work. MITCHELL, ROSE MARIE ' Georg e--Work. MONROE, PAT MAE Kellogg--Undecided. MORE, IUDITH ANN Kellogg--Band, Art committees. Work. MOREFIELD, LaVAUGHN Woodmere--Gold key art award. Work. MORRIS, ALBERTA RUTH - Arleta--Emalayo, Sgt. -at-arms, Portland State College. MORTON, GARY ALBERT Kellogg--AFM rep. '56-'59, Career Conference chairman'57 '58, Fire squad rep. , Cap. '58'59, Sannz, Knightz,J. V. Base- ball'57, J. V. Basketball,'Varsity Basketball'58'59, Varsity Basebal1'58'59, Post staff, Committees. University of Oregon. W V HM .,,, Y , ,.,.,,,-.-, , , ,. W E !.2:sl:gEgf.s:Z -ey 525 iw NESS? MOSHIBERGER, KAREN LEE Creston--AGS rep. Student Council rep. Career Conference rep. , chairman, Class committee, D. E. Club, "B"Choir. Work. MULEBACK, FRANCES MUNSON, JUDY MURPHY, PATRICIA ANN Atkinson--Honor Rol1'56'57, AGS rep. , Career Conference rep. , Chairman, Emalayo, Corresponding Sec. , Sec. , First Vice-Pres., Student Clerk, Student Sec. Undecided. MURRAY, JUDITH MARIE Kellogg--AGS rep, Year rep. , Career Conference rep. , Chair- man,Student Council rep. , Fire squad rep. , Gulick, Service Chairman, Sgt. -at-arms, Assemblies, AFM Court. Work. MURRAY, IUDY MAUREEN Omak Ir. High. NANCE, JEANNE MARIAN ' Burbank High--F. N. A., Swimming'57, Girls Glee, "A"Choir, Student Sec. Nursing. NEAL, KAREN Atkinson--Gulick, Vice-Pres., jr. Rep. ,Sr.. Rep., Class Committees. Undecided. NELSON, CHESTER THOMAS Gering -- AFM rep., Career Conference chairman. Service NELSON, LENDAMAI Richmond--Honor Rol1'56, AGS rep. '56'59, Career Conference chairman, F. N. A., Sgt. -at-arms, Sec. , Vice-Pres. , Pres. 5 "B" Choir, Girls Ensemble, Student Sec. Nursing. NELSON, LEN E. Richmond--AFM rep. , Knightz, Sgt. -at-arms, Masque 5Gavel, Wrestling'56-'58, Track'56-'59, Footba.ll'56, "A"Choi.r, Mad- igral'56-'59. Air Force Vocational School. NELSON, RAY Benson--Optimist, Masque G Gavel, Sigma Phi Alpha, Track, "A"Choi.r, Pres., Madrigal, Sweetheart's Swirl Court, Assemblie Plays. College. NEWTON, KARLEEN ALICE joseph Lane--Class Sgt. -at-arms'59, AGS rep. , Student Coun- cil rep. , Class committee, Student Sec. Work. NORGARD, SUE DIANE Creston--AGS rep. , Student Council rep, Hi Ki Ki, Pentathlon, D. E. Club, Intramurals, Girls Glee, Girls Choir, "A"Choir. Marriage. NUGENT, SHARON GAY - Kellogg--Honor Roll'56'57'58'59, AGS rep. , Career Confer- ence rep. ,guideg Phi Delta Chi, Pres. , Treas.g Pleiades, Sec. ,' I. R. L. , Vice-Pres, N. H. S. , Club Reporter, Intrarnmals, Post Editor-in-Chief, News Editor. College. OBERLE, JOYCE ANN Kellogg--AGS rep. Work. ,oLsoN, JANICE LOUISE Kellogg--AGS rep. , Career Conference rep. , Centhalis, Sec. , Vice-P1-es.g Student Sec. College. OLSON, JUDY ANN Nestucca Union High--Class sgr. -at-umwss, Acs rep's7'5s'59, l Career Conference rep. '57, chairman' 57, Emalayo, Club Report- er,N. H. S. , Sec. 5 F. N.A. , Historian, Intramurals, Science . Award. Nursing., ISS-5 H ,. 5? r .4 J L3 MR' sr? K 2 5' Q, . s ,ggi 4 2 .sa . my M, J .5 . . .W ,, ,, a my 2 ,wg Q 5. 5 SK . wk ' ravi EBV , fe A a ,mlm S . - ' W Wi lfifggb.. .7 A-ff igfffisii s -.1 ns .N kg ,, . S. .Par is 14 X' . , gg 3.-. gg W . rising, Viilg, , , . ,, wk,,, 4 . ,, - - --'- I ff' V,.. ,:.:: , . . ,, 221 , F 4 . 55, . " M 515, W ut S 31 E R Z ri g yf I ' 'f,'f 2fs::w5.:. f ft V '5 :f :Q.:.-fir! -X Ma 2 , W-'ww 3 .. ,,,,. 1.7 , -. ..... , ,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,:,.,.,,,U .. .,-. . .a .v.. - 531 jg, 'S ei" EJ' -s 8 P . tr 3, :EES ,g . . ws' 555555555124 .,,, W, W s X fa mzgggg "Wi:-Y' ti 'rf ORNELAS, ROBERT LEWIS Collings View--National Guard. PALMER, ROBERT NEIL Kellogg--Class Vice-Pres. , Sgt. -at-arms, AFM rep. '56-'59, Fire squad rep. , Sannz, Treas. , "A" Choir. Bank College Pro- gram. PAMER, MARILYN EILEEN Kellogg --Honor Roll, Career Conference chairman, "A" Choir, Betty Crocker Scholarship. Nursing. PARMAN, JUDITH KAY Creston--Perfect attendence'56, Class Committees, Emalayo. Lambda Gamma, Band, Orchestra, Jr. Symphony, All-City8 State. Portland State College. PEDERSEN, SYLVIA JANE Woodstock--AGS rep. , Student Council rep. , Career Conference rep. , Xys-Ki, Sgt. -at-arms, Cafeteria staff, Student Sec. Work. PEPPER, JUDY ANNE Columbia High, Mississippi, -- Perfect attendence'57 '58'59, AGS rep. , Emalayo, Historian, Vice-Pres., Football Foldup Court, Colleg eg PETERSON, JOAN CAROL Richmond--Honor Roll'56'57'58, AGS rep. , Commitxees, Career Conference rep. , guide, Delta Beta Phi, Historian, Vice-Pres. , Girls' Choir, Girls' Ensemble, "A" Choir,ALMANAC staff, Sweet- heart's Swirl Court. Business School. PETROVICH., JOHN WILLIAMS Cottage Grove High--Student Council rep. , Knightz, Historian Vice-Pres. , Pres. 3 Band. Portland State College PLOPPER, MARH.YN JEAN Kellogg--Honor Roll'58'59, ICC, Class Committees, AGS rep. , Student Council rep. , Career Conference chairman, Phi Delta Chi, Chaplain, Vice-Pres. , Outstanding Member, Intramurals, Orchestra'58'59, All-State, Assemblies. College. POLLARD, JUDITH ELAINE . Sunnyside--Lambda Gamma, Pres. 5 Student Sec. , Sweethearts' Swirl Court. Oregon State College. PosT, ELVIN DALE PRATT, DIANA PATRICIA Woodstock--Orchestra'56-'59, All-City G State, Quatasia'57. Colleg e. FROST, STEVE C. Woodmere--AFM rep. Work RAFFERTY, JUDY MARIE Woodstock--Swimming '56, Student Sec. Work. RANKIN, STEVEN C. Creston--AFM rep., Knightz, Basketball'56-'59, Baseba11'56- '59, Oregon College of Education. RASMUSSEN, JOHN LEONARD Richmond--Class Sgt. -at-arms, Committees, AFM rep. , Fire squad rep. College. RAY, DELORES ANNETTE Glencoe--AGS Publicity staff, rep. , Committees, Class sec. , Student Council rep'56-'59, Career Conference rep. , Chair- man, guide, College Conference Chairman, rep. , Kle Koe Treas. , Pentathlon, Sitzmark, Intramurals, Almanac staff, Football Fold up Court, Drama Crews, Student Sec. , S. B. Committees, Assemblies. Portland State College. REAGOR, BEVERLY REESI5, ANN BARBARA Atkinson--Student Council rep. , AGS rep. , Pentathlon, Sec. , Historian, Sweetheart's Swirl Court, Freshie Frolic Court. Work REITHI, BOB JAMES Woodmere--AFM rep. , Knlghtz, Wrestling. Portland State College. RICHARDSON, JAMES Richmond--"A" Choir. Work. ROAN, PENNY Lents--Student Council rep. , Hi Ki Ki, Chaplain, Historian, Girls Glee, Girls Choir, jr. Prom Cou.u't, Class Committees. College. ROBBINS, MIKE Castro Valley High, California--Perfect attendence'56, Exe- cutive Cabinet, Student Council rep. , Youth Council, Foot- ball'56'57, Basketba.1l'56'57, "A"Choir. College. ROBERTS, CARYL LYNN Richmond--Y. F. C. College. ROBINSON, PAT ELIZABETH Richmond--Pentathlon, Queen of Class dance. Portland State College. ROWLEY, DON RUREY, SHARON JANE Rose City Park-- Lecoha, Chaplain, Vice-Pres. ,Girls Glee, "B" Choir, Sweethearts' Swirl Court. Work. SALVATORE, BOB WILLIAM Richmond--Class Treas. , AFM rep. , Student Coimcil rep. , Publicity staff, Optimist, Catalyst, L R. L. , Committees. Colleg e. SAMPSEL, ROY HUNTER Joseph Lane--Perfect attendence'56, S. B. Vice-Pres. , Pres. g Class Sgt. -at-arms, Treas. , Student Council rep. '56-'59, Career Conference rep'56-'59, Chairman'57-'59, Optimist, Sgt. -at-arms. College. SAUTNER, JERRY SAWYER, CLIFTON BORAH - Kellogg--Perfect attendenct'57 '58, Class Sgt. -at-arms, Car- eer Conference Chairrnan, Student Council rep. , Catalyst, Sgt. :at-arms. College. SAXTON, FRED NEIL Sunnyside-- Mixed Choir. Undecided. SCHMID, ALVIN CARY Washington High--AF M rep. Work. X SCHMUNK, JERALD WII.LIAM Creston--Honor Roll'58 '59, Perfect attendence'58, St B. Pub- licity Chairman, Committees, Student Coimcil rep. , Career Conference rep. , Chairman, Frlars, Quill G Scroll, Post staff, Boys State Delegate, Sweet hearts' Swirl Court. College. SCHULTZ, SHERRI ZOE Woodstock--I. R. I.. Portland State College. S ..,-. , . , - f' Z . as W new 2' W sfo " . , :,.., ,, . ...air fn' l 4 - We f . n .sv -A"- f f " lgiiflfflflfgi we lli?E4:53:5s:: e .:.Ez2?e"1fiffiSi5E ' i '.i Q '5fT::?l'?5? S' ,s ' H L fl 3 5 ' 5555 WS? 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Club, SHAW, IUDITH LEANNE Atkinson--Class Sec. , AGS rep. , Student Council rep. , Fire squad rep. , Career Conference rep. , Delta Beta Phi, Sgt. -at- arms, Pres. 5 Student Sec. , Freshle Frolic Court, ICC, Historian. Work. SCHOCKEY, SHARON LEE Lincoln--AGS rep. , Career Conference rep. , Chairman, Emalayo Treas. , Parliamentarian, Corresponding Sec. , Student Sec. Work. SIPP, GENTRIA LEE Richmond--Class Sgt. -at-arms'58, AGS rep. , Student Coun- cil rep. , Career Conference Chairman, Committees, Student Sec. Lewis S Clark College. SKELTON, ANN COLLEEN Joseph Lane--Student Council rep. , Career Conference rep. , Chairman, "B" Choir, Mixed Chorus, Student Sec. , Spelling "BEE" Contestant. Oregon College of Education. SKELTOISL MARALYN JO Clinton Kelly-- Class Committees, Emalayo, Sigma Phi Alpha, Club Reporter, Historian, Pres., Orchestra'57 '58, All-State, Portland State College. SKIDMORE, LAWRENCE MARVIN Creston--AFM Pres. , rep. , Student Council rep. , Fire squad rep. '58'59, Catalyst, Pres. , Club-Reporter, Veritas Hi-Y, ICC, Football'56, Deleg ate to Beaver Boys State. Reed College. SKIPTON, RAY MARSHALL Kellogg--AFM rep. , Knight, Vice-Pres., Football'56-'59, Baseball'56, Band, Orchestra, Pep Band, Football Foldup Court. College. SMITH, ERWIN SMITH, JAMES MERRITI' J- Joseph Lane--Honor Roll'56'57'58, Perfect attendencej57 '58, AF M rep. , Student Council rep. , Career Conference Chairman, Sigma Phi Alpha, Pres. , Treas. , Sgt. -at-arms, Parliamentaian, ' Track, Orchestra, All-State, Band. College. . SMITH, LYNNE MARIE I , Richmond--Student Counc1l'56, Delta Beta Phi, Sgt. -a14arms, Treus. , Pres. 5 D. E club, Swimming '56, Intramurals, Band'56, '57'58, Comm1ttees.Work. sM1'rH, PERRY SNIDER, SANDRA JANE Arleta--Honor Roll'58'59, AGS rep. , Student Council rep. , Career Conference rep. , chairman, guide, Committees, Phi Delta Chi, Pres. , Chaplain, Club Reporter, Sigma Phi Alpha, Pleiades, N. H. S. , Treas. 3 Band, Orchestra, All-State, Dance Band, Delegate to Girls State. Brigham Young University. SOLBERG, KAREN Woodmere--AGS rep. , Student Council rep. , Fire squad rep. , '57'58, Career Conference rep. , DE Club, "B"Choir. Work. SOLBERG, RICHARD Woodmere--Wrestling, Knightz, Service. SOLES, BARBARA RAE Hosford--Career Conference Chairman, Phi Delta Chi, Sgt.-at-rms. Nursing. SOMMERS, RUTH Woodmere--Emalayo, Sigma Phi Alpha, Sec. , Vice-Pres. 5 Band, Orchestra, All-State, Quastasia, Spelling "Bee" '56, Portland State College. 5.45, ,J ,,.3!,,,,n,,,,,, ,. .,,,,, ,,, 'E i 5 5 I 1 1 N 5 X 1 x Q' 1 ' Su , , . 'ss-wwf . f P'E..5J-Zi.EZ':I' .E , m V. ., , K Q . H 'sm . . his we YS gi 8 'L L 4 'K ,R .. W . Ex ag, bf rw: W .,:5: .,- f L ss., Sass .: V .Q 32532 2 ras f zliiiiwe 42 r . w fs.. :'li5i' "" :E2fI'.1'. ,,,, ,. .::-:--:- Q .::. ' .::, , ":,.,,.' ..,.. : Kg: "S33l5:v.?,, 2 3 K' 251 4- 9 .r Qi . 2. 'r :Tf'Q1,2 Liviwgpis K 1'?3fs2gii. o 'bn ng? 1 . ig? . .R . . .., H bXMbw,', 41' z5S.15LgwQw , .gift 1 r . :i ff -I f -1 , " ' V' 41:2 I I SOUSLEY, WILLIS LEE Kellogg--Class Sgt. -at-arms, AFM rep. , Student Council rep. , Khlisti, Pres. ,Vice-Pres. Treas. 5 Football '56, Track'56, "B" Choir. Work. , ' SPIDAL, SANDRAJEANNE Atkinson-- Career Conference guide, chairman, Kappa Kappa, F. N. A. Vice-Pres. , Pres. 3 Sweethearts' Swirl Court. Nursing. SPINA, NORMA JEAN Woodstock--Lecoha, Club Reporter, President. Work. STANLEY, JUNE ROSE MARY Gresham High--Work. STELZENMULLER, KAREN LEE Joseph Lane--Class Sgt. -at-arms, Sec. g Committees, AGS rep. , Career Conference rep. , guidegEmalayo, Sgt. -at-arms, Plays, Sweethearts' Swirl Court. College. STELZENMUELLER, SANDRA MARIE Roseburg High--Committees, AGS rep. , Career Conference chairman, Emalayo, Chaplain, Second Vice-Pres.3 "A"Choir, ICC. Work. STENHOUSF, JULIA GRACE Marysville--Y. F. C. , "B" Choir. College. STILES, GENE STOCKMAN, CAROL JEAN Richmond--Honor Roll'56, Perfect attendence'56, Class Sgt. at-arms, Historian, AGS rep. , '56-'59, Phi Delta Chi, Sgt. - at-arms, Vice-Pres.g Intramurals, Sweetheart Swirl Court. Marriage STOSE, GLENN R. Woodmere-- Class Sgt. -at-arms. Work. STOUTENBURG, DAVID LeROY Arleta--Perfect attendence'56, D. E, club. Work. STRADER, ARLENE DEE H Clinton Kelly--Class Sgt. -at-arms, Committees, Student Council rep. , Delta Beta Phi, Club Reporter, Sec. , Treas. 3 Student Sec. Undecided. STRAKA, SHARON LEE Northeast Jr. High--Perfect attendence'56'57'58, F. N. A. ,Chap- lain, Sec. , Treas. 5 Lambda Gamma. Nursing. STREJC, JUDY ANN Creston--Career Conference Chairman'59, Phi Delta Chi, Chap- lain. Work. STOBER, SHARON STRONACH, CHARLES GREGORY Lane--Honor Ro1l'56'57 '58, AFM rep. , Treas. , Vice-Pres. 5 Student Council rep. , Optimist, Sgt. -at-arms, Sec. 5 Letter- men Sec., N. H., S. , Baseball'56'57'58'59, All-City'58g Band '56'57. College. A I-A as ' H - . 2. .. rw as 'ft We rag, wilrfi, . Q . l E:i'Ss' . :swf p, zzb n ,V 'fm ff" 4 fix vi My . .. ' , A 5 fmi seein: - V 'tiff W 22522 4 g Q f if 2: U X Eilwf MP' -:- ::,:i:5 2 QQ. iff, ,Z , . :,-1' 415329 W'-bagel ' .2 5,555 A ' iff gig - f rizigzmwgi . . ... . '- -A225335 :i.. L-1:2123 -"' ' ' - ' 551275- - I'I'IYQEI:HS-r!E?Ef2fI,fIiQI,iEQ25.5.vE:'g,,jIfIQ, ZZZSQSQEQS11 ' if "" . ..., .,,,. '1 V," W, ."'wS:. .sisfr ,V .g,,,,g. ' Q ' ggiflff :EZ A 4.31 y n ""' 3223.352 F - . ' ' QEEZEE EQZ I 1 .,,, ,W .H+ y . 23 W ' ti ? We ' ai' 123225 rw... 7, T111 gEf?'3i' U ' 'Kali ,. ..A: .:V Q 5 . STRONG, MIKE STROUP, JULIA LUANA Richmond--Class Sec. '59, AGS rep. , Smdent Council rep. , Delta Beta Phl, Sgt. -at-arms, Chaplain, Sec., Cafeteria staff. Service. STUCK, JOYCE ANN Hosford--AGS rep. , Career Conference Chairmen, Phi Delta Chi, Sgt. -at-arms, Treas. , Girls Glee, Mixed Choir, "B"Choir. Nursing. sur, SHIRLEY SURBAUGH, FRED Hosford--Honor Rol1'57 '58 '59, Class Pres. , Ex. Cabinet, Car- eer Conference rep. , chairman'56'57 '58, Student Council rep. , AFM rep. , Illuminati, Vice-Pres. , Sgt. -at-arms, Letterman, Vice-Pres. 5 N. H. S. , Pres. , Sgt. -at-arms, Frairs, Treas. , Cat- lyst, Delegate to Beaver Boys' State, Freshie F rolic Court, Foot- lealf1'56'57'58, Basketba1l'56, Track'56'57'58'59, ICC, Pres. o e e. TAYEOR, MADELINE BERNICE Creston--Honor Ro1l'56'57'58, Perfect attendence'56'58, AGS rep. , Lecoha, Sec. , Girls Choir, Class Committees. University of Oregon. TAYLOR, MARY ANNA Richmond--Honor Roll'57'58, Perfect attendence'56'57, AGS rep. , Historian, Sec. , Vice-Pres. , Pres. 5 EX. Cabinet, Class Histo1'ian'56, Student Cotmcil rep. , Career Conference rep. , guide, chairman, Pentathlon, Pres. , Treas. , Corresponding Sec. 5 ICC, Treas. 5 N. H. S. , Plelades, I. V. Rally, Post staff, jr. Prom Court, Twirp Dance Court, Football F oldup Court- Queen, Girl of the Month, Committees. University of Oregon. TENERELLI, BEVERLEY Richmond--Gulick, Vice-Pres. , Sec. , Ir. Counselor, Senior Counselor, AGS rep. , Career Conference Chairman,rep. 3 Class S S. B. Committees. Portland State College. THOMPSON, DALE GAYLORD Marysville--AF M rep. , Knlghtz, "B" Choir, Mixed Choir. Work. THOMPSON, FRED WILLIAM Benson--Work. THOMPSON, PEGGY JOANN Richmond--Class Sgt. -at-arms'S8, AGS rep. , Career Confer- ence rep. , chairman, Masque S Gavel, Pres. , Sec. , Club Re- porter, ICC, I. R. L. , Intramurals, Plays. Portland State College. THORNBER, KARVEL KUHN Atkinson--Honor Roll'56-'59, Perfect attendence'59, Student Council rep. , Fire squad rep. , Career Conference rep. , Chair- man, Catalyst, Pres. , Treas. 3 Relatives, Vice-Pres. 3 N. H. S. , Basketball'56, I. V. Swimming, Post staff, '58, Amer. Chem. Society Award, Science Fair Awards, Third in City Mathematics ConteSt'58. College. TI-IORPE, CRAIG URKF, KAREN FRANCES Joseph Lane--AGS rep. , Career Conference, College rep. , Chairman, Committees. College. VALE MELL Marysville--Knlghiz, Historian. College. VALIAN, BURNIS Hosford--AGS rep. , Career Conference guide, chairman, Kle- Koe, Chaplain, Pentathlon, Sgt.-at-arms, Girls' Choir, "A" Choir, Student Secretary, committees, assemblies. Portland State College. VANDER MARTIN, ALICE MAE Lents--Honor Ro1l'56-'59, Perfect attendence'56'58. AGS rep. . Career Conference guide, Emalayo, Club Reporter, Correspond- ing Sec. , Pres. , Outstanding Member, ICC, N. H. S., Sgt. - at-arms, Lambda Gamma, Treas. , Vice-Pres., Quill 8 Scroll, Post staff, Co-Champion in Spelling "BEE", Undecided. VANEK, MARY ANN Arleta--Student Council rep. , Neich-ko, Treas. , Pres. , Out- standing Member, Student Sec. , Cafeteria staff, I. B. M. School. I . 55.33 We 'Wi' PM U 2 is 451. .,,,., . gf, . ,. : 2'ZQ1irr iw:g-fs. . assi VINCENT, NANCY VOLLMER, JUDITH LYNETTE Creston--F. N. A. , Librarian. Work. WAHI., JOY DARLENE Kellogg--AGS rep. , Orchestra, Student Store Clerk. Work. WAHLSTROM, PAT Richmond--Honor Roll'56-'59, Perfect attendence'57, Class Sgt. -at-arms, Vice-Pres. , Sec. 5 Career Conference chairman, ' guide, Student Council rep. , N. H. S. , Quill S Scroll, Hi Ki Ki, Historian, Sgt. -at-arms, Vice-Pres., Intramurals, Post staff, J. V. Rally, Sec. 5 Varsity Rally, Sec.,Pres. ,jx-. Prom Court, Sweet- hearts' Swirl Comt, Southwood Fashion Board, Post'sOutstanding Class Leader, Committees. College. WALDEN, MARLENE Grant--Centhalls, Treas. , Parliamentariang Orchestra, "B"Choir. Committees. WALSH, CHARLOTTE ANNE Atkinson--Student Council rep. , Career Conference chairman, N. H. S. , Sigma Phi Alpha, Chaplain, Orchestra, Sec. , Vice- Pres. 5 All-City S State Orchestra College. WARNER, BARRY WASHBURN, CLINTON CHARLES Kellogg--Football'58. University of Portland. WEILER, ROBERTA FRANCES Joseph Lane--Class Sgt. -at-arms, AGS rep. , Sigma Phi Alpha, Orchestra'56-'59, Quatasla. Portland State College. WELLIN, DENNY WILLIAMS Arleta--Class Sgt. -at-arms, AFM rep. , Student Council rep. , Fire squad rep. , Career Conference chairman, Knightz, Sgt. - at arms, Treas. , Pres., Outstanding Member, ICC, Sitnnark, Basketba1l'56, J. V. Basketball, "B" Choir, "A"Choir, Post staff. College. ' WHITELEY, VICKI LEE Atkinson--Class Sgt. -at-arms'58, Committees, Student Council rep. '56-'59, AGS rep. ,Career Conference rep. , Chairman, guide, Xys-Ki, Pres. , Treas. , Chap. , Sgt.-at-armsgICC, l. R. L. , D. F. , Vice-Pres., "A"Choir, Student Sec. , State Pres. of Oregon D. E. clubs. Work. WHITE, MERTON WIEBF, ALISABETH ALYN Woodstock--Class Sgt. -at-arms, Committees, Fire squad rep. , Intramurals. Undecided. WIEDEMAN, CARLA IO Woodstock--Undecided. WIGHTMAN, ROBERT ALAN Clinton Kelly--AFM rep. , Kings Men, Football'56, Cafeteria staff'56. Portland State College. WILEY, RICHARD Lincoln--Perfect attendence '58, AFM rep. , Band, Orchestra, Dance Band, All-State Band'57. Work. :ITSG 12 Ziiiasifieisi fr ui t xr.. . W. . ..,, . 1 :.:.1.. . . 1... . . . . at ' 'S' .2-I If -EnfI" ' K is ? M ml lf H ,fs + , ,Q . S K E W 2:51 Q sg? 5 f Q ff? Q ' +P skit G Q , 1. WILLIAMS, PAT WILLIAMS, DICK EARL . Ioseph Lane--Honor Ro1l'57, Class Pres. '57, AFM rep. , Student Council rep. , Career Conference cha1rman'56-'58, Optimist, Club Reporter, Historian, Lettermen, Future Businessmen, Par- liamentarian, ICC, Cross Country'57'58, Track'58'59, Base- bal1'56'57'58, Footba1l'56, Committees. College. WILLIAMS, ROGER LLOYD Q 'Creston--Honor Roll'56'57'58'59, Committees, AFM rep. , Student Council rep. ,Career Conference Chairman'57'58, Optimist, Sgt. - at-arms, Pres. , Basketbal1'56'57'58'59, Varsity Tennls'58, Runn- A er-up for National English award. College. WILSON, RUTH MARIE Richmond--Honor R011'57'58, Student Clerk. Work. WISEMAN, JUDY WONG, IRA GENE , Richmond--Honor Ro1l'58'S9, AFM rep. , '56'59, Sec. , Publicity ' staff, Class Sgt. -at-arms, Committees, Student Council rep. , 1 Delegate to Boys' State, Friars, N, H. S. , Sgt. -at-arms, Otptimist, Catalyst, Club Reporter, I. R. L. , Treas. , ALMANAC staf , Out- E standing Senior in Post, Science Fair Awards.University of Oregon. 3 i 4 i woo, MARGIE Marysville--Perfect attendence '56'57'58, AGS rep. , Fire squad 2 rep. Portland State College. I wooD, LYNDA LOUISE 2 K Creston--Perfect attendence'56, Gold Key art award. Work. 1 1 WORTHINGTON, PEGGY ANN 1 Grants Pass High--Lambda Gamma, IRL, NHS, Girls Glee, "A" Choir. College. I WRIGHT, HARRIET YANN, RONALD HOWARD Atkinson--AFM rep. , Tennis'57'58. College . YODER, JANEL DIANE Clinton Kelly--AGS rep. , Kle-Koe, Sec. , Pres. , ICC, Siizmark, 5 D. E. , Student Sec. Business College. 1 3 5 ZENGER, DICK WILLIAM 3 Woodstock--Photography, Vice-Pres. Portland State College I 2 3 BLK, RONDA CAROL i Woodstock--Perfect attendence'56'57, AGS rep. , Career Conf- E er-ence chairman'57, Committees, Hi Ki Ki, Club Reporter, 3 Treas., Pres., "A" Choir, Girls Choir, Plays. Undecided. I zUu.o, AL Q 1 3 2 Richmond--Band, Orchestra. Coast Guard. 3 1 4 1 Q E i 47 KATIA IOANNIDOU American Field Service Exchange Student from Greece Katia Ioannidou comes from Iraklion, Crete, a Greek island in the Mediterranean Sea, just off the coast of Greece. She graduated from a coed private school in her city, where she had won a scholarship for that school. Many of Katia's friends had come to America with the American Field Service, and she had always. longed to do the same. Her dream came true on August 15, at 3:00 a.m. , when she arrived at the Portland Alr- port. Since that time she has proven to be an interesting addition to the student body as well as a wonderful representa- tive of her country, and everywhere she goes, new friends are made. Katla's philosophy and attitude toward the United States, world affairs, and life in general make her a very unique ex- change student. Katia has adapted well to student life at Franklin. Her fa- vorlte activities have included watching football and basket- ball games, talking to classes and individuals, and just "gab- blng". She is very interested in our school system since Greek schools have no social life. Each year students take twelve classes, attending each one several times a week. Here in America, Katia makes her home with Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Jacob, and their daughter, Carolyn, who is also a senior at Franklin. The students of Franklin will never forget Katia. We wish her all the luck possible in her future career as a psychologist, and we hope she will return one day. Even in America dishes have to be washed! Watching television is a favorite pastime. KLQKRSM' ""'S2E' Katia finds pleasure in talk- ing to her new friends. Pausing in front of her American home, Katia says goodbye to her friends. 48 ........ 253-ff 5.-4f.JL..f Jerry Bergstrom Ann rneese MOST BASHFU1. Seniw' files? N! -,..4l-1' Arleen Evang Joe Maio Judy Most FRIENDLY Lola Andrews WITTY ,A, Lynn Hewitt gf . R Roy Sampsel Alice Ellingson BEST LEADER Doug Leonettl Martha Hoyt MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Alice Vande:-Martin Kzrvel Thornber MOST S'I'UDIOUS 50944 E31-. Mee A9 A A v Seated: Nancy Thorsen, Secretaryg Georgia Smith, Treasurerg Paul Ann Whitman, Vice President- Gayle Lucke Historian Don McConnell Laurie Harris Ann McE11igott Sergeant at arms Standing: Mark Flarah, Frank Bi-own, Gary: Doht, Susan Wolff Steve Como, Sue Even., 1 1 9 ' " - The class of i960 proved themselves to be very outstanding in class competition this year. They were the first class to hold a talent assembly for the entire student body. This maior event was based on the "This is Your Life" program, featuring Mr. Manning'slife. The fall cabinet,under the direction of Alan Bridges, also planned the "Cornstalk Calypso," astag dance for all juniors. A hula hoop contest was held and prizes were given to the winners. ln the student body elections, the junior class supported Franklin by having the highest number ofvoters in the election . This was indeed a credit to the class of '60, During the spring, almost all iuniors were concerned with college plans and scholarships. Mr. Manning, vocational counselor, played an important role in many of the students' lives during the iunior year. Now, we are looking Forward to our senior year., We only hope it is as profit- s able and outstanding as the Iunior year. ' 5i wi! .za Eilzaif , , - - ig? W V55 sr 'if W ' V Aiwa' a r S a , , 3 V- if 45 . 'i-Qgf - 2 , f , 75? 55 A mv ,Iv i W ' S1441 if . .,.. ' r Sgwiiil 9? emi ff' I A 5-f Bjerkman, Per Biggar, Bev Bilyer, Barbara Q13-jli,.C:3.I91 no are Blackhurst. 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W dw: A 4 W, A Sowles, Una mms' -W xx A dm ' I W W V' Spina, ,Mary jf WW' 4 W ff' 'Nfl ,Za Vinson, I-Yfm Q' We ' mf ' Weiser, Gm - V Willis, Larry 'F-:Q sl 'chan ' 58 Sfep right up, folks Kondy entertains Come on team---BEAT JEFF!! Sour pusses As I was saying ...... Smile' QMS 59 Seated: Marilyn Soljag a, Treasurerg Sylvia Simmons, Secretaryg Kandy Miller, Tkesidentg Standing: Jennie Brockbank, Dave Dumas, Nancy Wahl, Jim Towne, Bonnie Rhoads, Dave Zurnwalt. Judy Peterson, Sergeant-at-arms. HC Hillbury, Vice-Presidentg Mary Tosi, Historian. Mrs. Charlene Rideout Mi, Georgg Kalman Girls' Counselor Boys' Counselor The sophomore class, under the guidance of Mrs . Barbara Bergeron and Mr . George Kalman, soared to new heights claiming the title of "Franklin's Proudest . " ln Jan- uary, Mrs. Charlene Rideout replaced Mrs. Bergeron and undertook the many dutiesofthe girls' counselor. The sopho- mares are very lucky to have such under- standing and capable counselors to lead them through their Future years at Frank- lin . L y so Seated- Chris Kristianson Secretary- Jack Graham Treasurer- jim Towne President' Ed Standmg judyL011ey D1ckSch1osser Ger1Ph1111ps Ted Hartzell P111 onar 11m Mar shall, Joann Butterfleld, Judy Gmffm, gel-geanpaf-arms, ' 1 7 V' 7 9 3 D Taylor, Vice-Presidentg Dave Zumwalt, Historian. . : , . , . . . , J J. B , . - The class of '61 had a most successful year as sophomores . Beginning the year with the very first real class competition, they defeated the juniors in a class card-selling contest and welcomed any class to challenge their title of "Franklin's Proudest." Two dances were held during the year, the first being a ioint dance with the frosh. The theme was "Ozark Halloween." A movie was held before the second dance of the year. This was something which had not been tried before by other classes. Afterwards a dance was held entitled "Egyptian Valentines Day." Near the middle of the year, the "Sophomore Blues Review" was presented to the student body. Based upon the blues in a New Orleans night club, the talented acts proved entertaining to the audience. The sophomores proved to be a scholarly group . Moreustudents were on the honor roll Cfrom the sophomore class than from any other class. Of this they are iustly prou . 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N 'T may 5, 2 . fa W ,Es bt Q "" 2 Winters, Janet . ,,,, V , A .,. , TT 1 Y-ff' ' 'T ff nga. 2?-f , 1.fg,a, , Wood' George X, W or rg ,ace Wood' D'm'Y I f 4 Wright, Bob , 'gf' V, Yarrow, shn-on ,.,,., Young, Phillip ,V Zellner, Donna A ,J he W ' Ziegler, Linda . ,VVfWf3V, W Q ' mr fs., WGN fa fl, 32 VVV Zumwalt, Dave 1 , , t ,VVV V SC1111111, Shiflev ., . , v, ,A f ,,, ,,,. , ,,:,.: , . 69 -dl Seated: Richard Saito, Treasurerg Jean Taylor Secretaryg Tom Thompson, Presidentg Ron Kurilo, Vice-Presidentg Lani MCG:-mn, I-1151501-ian Standing: Bob Schestak, Millie Mathews, Janet Day, Judy Allegretto, Wanda Smith, Allen Brown, S erg eant-at- anris. M1-3, Mu-can Maynard Mr. Don Peterson Girls' Counselor Boys' Counselor Mrs . Marcell Maynard, class of '62 girls counselor and Mr. Don Peterson , boys counselor, have undertaken cf great deal in helping the youngest class at Franklin get off to a good start. Besides teaching their daily classes, they devote much of their time in helping the freshmen with the every day problems that confront them . The counselors will direct their class through their next three years, help- ing them to forcast correctly so that they will bea successful class when they grad- uate in l962. Seated: Patty Langan, Secretaryg Sharon Ashpole, Treasurerg jean Taylor, Presidentg Tom Birch Vice-President Linda Graham Historian Scales E ik Schlegal Wayne Pence Sergeant at arms WB standing: Donna Crandall, Sally scmdck, Darlene Kasner, PatB1oomfie1d, Howard Entrickin B111 . r , , ' 3- - . The class of '62 began their first year at Franklin by choosing a King and Queen to reign over the "Freshie Frolic." Keeping right on the move, they then elected theirfirst class officers for the fall tenn of '58, Building up the class funds was their main goal. Having taken part in the class competition with the January Jamboree, they proved they were an up and coming class by coming in near the top . Next came elections of spring term officers and their first class party held on February 14, en- titled "Cupid's Sockhop" which was a success. Setting up class policies was their next goal to be carried out through their remaining years here at Franklin . Their talent being the "Hi Fi's" who proved themselves worthy of this title by singing for various student body affairs and always being a hit. The class officers undertook the proiect of encouraging participation and promoting enthusiasm . 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Wood, Mike Woodhouse, John Woodward, Gary Wright, Lloyd Wyzard, Jom Wyzard, Jim Yeomans, Dennis Zielsdorf, Elsa Znpunsld, Nick Bemis, Lorraine Daniels, Linda Ghould, Judie Holmes, Julie Ann Kinney, Margaret ' L :Ho g n ,, , 3 TW ini? 1 JW W2 J M , .,., , egw: 5' 453- A .M ly ,Nw igghb M D :-, Q K' E5 ,Eg t 3 Y A Y Q 1 5 :ff ,Q 5 E M. Q of . 5 "J'e M " -J f .,'.Q , ,": X Y IPJIVI L J J J, f' fxwaf fly ,-fn 'Jak rs., If 1 A, ff' 'ggrw - ,rw .5 new 0,4 J A 5 fig :age 'Q ggfgf'-5,:?g: mg , .1 ea 1 fw 1 Y , -P wg Wg S Gy Fl ln memoriam... Diane Eby, a graduate of Joseph Lane and a fif- teen yearold sophomore at Franklin, died October 22, 1958, ofa fatal accident. She was a very shy girl, but had a pleasing smile for everyone. We know that she will be remembered by her close friends for her sin- cerity and accomplishments. Larry Amason was a member of the class of 1962 and a graduate of Kellogg grade school. Even though he was only a Freshman, he had already proved himself a loyal Quaker. Larry was very interested in scouting and it was on a Boy Scout trip in December that he was fatally iniured. Francisco Siapno, 16, was a graduate of Joseph Lane and a Iunior at Franklin. Although Cisco, as he was called by his friends, was very quiet, he possessed an inner quality that attracted peOple to him . He met with his Fatal accidentin Washington on October 24, 1958. 80 Actlvltles 'Each honest calling, each walk of life has its own elite, its own aristocracy based on excellence vfpee Qiesef as , W JAMES B. CIDNANT New and ld uakers Rouse Benjie from ummer Slumber Confused? Ron Kurilo, as all freshmen, was a bit confused cmd be- wildered by the newness of high school life and all its problems. filifiil W lil 5 rr r 'Guilt i 2. Abitcluttered at first with the equipment of the painters and builders, the halls of FHS soon were cleared and school began once again . ll Q x 3 Familiar scene: familiar faces. 82 nee aril ules ver ir t omecomin Frankl in's first homecoming game was preceeded by a dance the night before . At the dance the homecoming court , consisting of a princess from each class, was presented. Voting for the queen followed and then Marilyn Soliaga, sophomore princess, was announced as the Queen of Frank- lin's first homecoming, The Little Rose Bowl. Radiant Queen lyn Sollaga and her escort, Eldon Rose. Versatile Alice Ellingson, Senior Princess, and Don Killian, her escort. Gail Urbani, vivacious Junior Princess and her ' iffy l "" l l escort, Al Bridges . l 5 - l5riiQff,lg'3fsYgk,fs:,f 'Wi , 'M v'7"YfC4'ff5f: Z Dmrxfii 'fm f . Y ' f:ff,.1'S,f,fww 1: 1 . YQ - H, " Q3 Ch , M P Franklin's homecoming game s 336 45, M51 if i-"." lie, armln a we . . 6 fi -'V- ' f i l F I gp , ry od gf' agamstWashlngtonwasheld.at , ri 3 res'man rl ces s -A V- - Q is . " n 5' an In the Pre-Qdme Cefemfmles 5 ,r--- in l Muller, her escort. h h ' A ,',,-- l e omecommg CO'-U"l'5 ffom ...,i,..,,,. .1 .,,,' 1 .,,.,.. i ,.ri Q ,zz ,ww LL. 'Q ,.." .- , W both courts were presented. 83 WEEK Monte Ballou, popular Iazz artist, entertain- ed the student body with his rendition of "Green River" and other numbers. Dave Fiegert won first prize for the "Maddest Hat.' Monte Ballou and the "Madhatter's Ball" were the highlights of the AFM Week, sponsored by the Affili- ated Franklin Men. Under the leadership of Jim Darby and his cabinet, the annual AFMWeek was a true succ- ess and a credit to the men of Franklin . Dick Novak, guest disc iockey at the "Madhatter's Ball" receivesa request from Rhonda Zilk and Jim Darby, AFM Pres- ident. hats, rockin' music - A GOOD TIME . Edhh Green one of Uregorvs re - One of the highlights of the Almanac Assembly was resenmnves flanice Jensen and lic the witty and most humorous speech given by Roy ' . ' Sampsel concerning the merits and qualifications of Wong discuss politics following an open l.R.L. meeting, at which Mrs. Green was guest speaker. Dr. Erickson, a candidate for SB President. Edith Green land the Almanac ssembl Come in ctoher The annual Almanac assembly was held to publicize Almanac Month, and to acquaint the freshmen with the principles of the yearbook . The hilarious assembly was based upon the theme "This is your life, Franklin High School" and depicted dances, games, and other activ- ities which occur 'during the school year. 85 Carol McCrum and Benny Langston demonstrating the virtues of Safety Week . Q 1 l l I l l l l l I 1 l 1 4 i l i 1 l l i T i 1 i i i z l 1 l -A QQ estern oviesw ll m of Freshie Frolic Row 1: Queen Faulette Reagor and King Tom Birch Row 2: Carol Jones, Rex Nichols, Jackie Duncan, Tom Warren, Linda Graham, Dave McMi11ian Margaret Patterson, Bud Seaman, Dennis Battles, Janet Day, Mary Powers, Tom Thompson. Queen Faulette and King Tom Partners, Ray Nelson and Dick Judy Shaw and Judy Mun-ay Williams, entertainedthe seni- ors and Freshies with their an- tics and songs. 86 ask "How You Gonna Keep 'um Down on the Farm After They've Seen Paris. " Karen Herrmann, assisted by mem- bers of the band, - demonstrated how to make a perfect star. One of the most memorable assemblies of the year was provided for Franklin by the United States Marine Corps Band. The purpose of the assembly wasnot only to en- tertain, but also to acquaint the students with formalities and a brief history of our flag . The student body rose to their feet as the Honor Guard arrived arines and at uakerville Patriotic, popular, and classical music played by the band thrilled the listeners. The music plus the information and demonstration about our flag made the Marine Band Assembly a long rememberedqkgne A Franklin's annual Spelling Bee. Here th 'k ir 'k it 'lr it -'k 'k 9: ' c G THIS I5 61112 LIFE was the theme of the Junior Class Assembly . Mark Farah, M .C . , introduced Mr . Manning as the subject and presented to him many of his old talented friends and rel- atives . "And here comes your decrepit, old Aunt Lulu ." Our sponsor and his product l SPELLING BEE WINNERS Ti Mr. Manning and his friends. FOOTBALL ROYALTY Alice VanderMartin and Madeline Tay lor, seniors, were declared the winners o e display the trophy that they won for the outstanding ability to spell The annual Football Fold-up, sponsore by Hl Ki Ki and Optimist , was the final rl se c I of the football season at Franklin . Ma Ann Taylor and Lynn Hewitt were cho Queen Sidelines and King Football from court consistingvof the senior members the football team and several girls w supported the Franklin team throughout tl b I . foo' G I season Mary Ann Taylor and Lynn Hewitt V V QQ m 'zzz' Wi nom Service CAST Gordon Miller . . . .... . . . Joe McCray Faker Englund . . . . . . Ray Nelson Harry Benyon . . . . . Bob Wick Leo Davis ...... . . . Mark Farah Christine Marlowe . . . . . . Lorie Dose Hilda Manning . . . . .Sandra Nees Director ...... . . . Mr. James Schaffer nl can "SUNY talk Assistant Director . . . . . Karen Herrmann 'to you . " "But , he's escaped from the asylum ." 'Portlandls No. l director and cast. i --.-.--, ---e .D D 89 ...4 VAR ITY F00'l'B LL MR. RICHARDSON Assistant Coach F 0 R I3 A 6 N 6 K 26 v.s L I4 I 6 N I2 6 Washington Grant Madison Lincoln . Benson Cleveland Jefferson Roosevelt Wilson MR. VERMENT Assistant Coach I8 0 20 27 20 34 48 31 I9 SF H ,, it 8 gfgssx If if sas:f,f.. ,..,V . .. in saiiffig, .. -. www I Aish aff Y X I, xx If . MR TH Assistant Coach SINGLE WING FORMATION '12- DUTCH KAWAS COE Head Coach f MR. BERGAN Assistant Coach PIL Standing I . Jefferson 2 . Roosevelt 3 . Cleveland 4. Madison 5. Lincoln 6. Wilson 7. Washington 8. FRANKLIN 9. Grant IO. Benson Row 1: Row 2: Row 3: Row 4: Dennis Allen, Tom Black, Coach Marty Bergan, Head Coach Dutch Kawascoe, Steve Como, jack Fawcett, Coach Carl Kurath, Coach Art Verment, Managers Ron Rhoads and Ron Brown. Mac Smith, Pat Dyer, Mert White, Bob McIntosh, Jack Graham, Craig Bakken, Arlus Bacon, Managers jon Cole and Gary lson. Lynn Hewitt, Dave Spire, Howard Hamilton, Bill Blake, Don Capps, Doug Leonettl, Don Price. 4 Wayne O'Brian, Ron Magee, Jim Betts, Bob Watt, Per BJ erkman, Ray Skipton, Dick Zielsdorf, Bill Hoard, Frank Brown, fQregnPayne. 90 CRAIG BAKKEN JIM BETTS Blocking Back, Sr. End, Sr. The Quakers this year instead of applying the traditional "T" formation are applying the single wing under the guidance of the new mentor Dutch Kawasoe . Sparkling play by Steve Como on off- ense and Bull Blake on defense could not keep back the surging Colonials as they scored a I8-0 victory . ' Grant: An unidentified Quaker along with the assistance of Steve Corno bringing down a General for a 3 yard loss. Madison's strong defense set up two first quar- ter scores and contributed to others. The lone Quaker touchdown was set up by Craig Bakken on a 45 yard kickoff return to the Senatori30. Three plays later Jack Fawcett threw I5 yards to Lynn Hewitt for a touchdown . Madison sco- red twice in both the first and second quarter andthen didn'tpenetrate inside the 20 yard line . The final score was 20-6. JACK FAWCETT LYNN HEWITT Tailback, Sr. End, Sr. , BILL BLAKE DON CAPPS Tackle, SF. Guggd, Sr, Three unidentified Quakers are trying to pick up much needed yardage. Tailback Jack Fawcett and Steve Corno led Frank- linto its shutoutover Grant. Both TDs came on pass- es from Fawcett, l5 yards to Lynn Hewitt and three yards to Mert White. Corno returned a kick 25 yards and ran the reverse for gains ofJ30, 25, and 'l5 during the game . Fawcett had a good passing night with a better than .500 average . Madison: Following the blocking Gordon LaBe11e, Steve Corno romps for much nedded yardag e. BILL HOARD DOUG LEONETTI Guard, Sf- Guard, Sr. 91 RCN MAGEE - RAY SKIPTON End. Sr- Tackle, Sr. jack Fawcett tries to find running room as two Lincoln defenders move in. An interception by Lynn Hewitt enabled Franklin to gain a 26-20 victory over the Techmen . The interception came with 20seconds left in the final quarter with the score tied 20-20. Benson was ahead 20-6 with less than eight minutes left to play. Gordon LaBelle scored twice on two and one yard plunges while earlier Como had a forty yard run for the other score . Cleveland: An unidentified Quaker ball carrier is being tackled while Gordon LaBelle looks on. FRANK BROWN TOM BLACK Blocking Back, Jr. Tackle, Jr. 1-T-jg 92 MERT WHITE DENNIS ALLEN Tanback, sr. Center, Soph- Lincoln scored a decisive 27-6 victory on a big l9 point second quarter. Tom Black scored the lone 6 points for Franklin on a 2 yard buck. Benson: Finding a hole opened by the Quaker line Steve Como breaks into the open. A quick surprise caught Cleveland and most of the fans off quard as Gordon LaBelle raced 68 yards on the second play ofthe game to score . Norm Patera ran for 5 touchdowns for Cleveland as they racked a 34-l4 victory. The other Qua- ker touchdown was a one yard plunge by Steve Corno. DON PRICE Guard , Jr. Franklin scoring: TD PAT Lynn Hewitt 5 l Gordon LaBelle 4 0 Steve Como 3 l Merton White l l0 Tom Black l 0 Dave Spire 0 2 Jack Fawcett 0 l s'rEvL CORNO HOWARD HAMILTON ' coRDoN LA BELLE MAC SMITH Wingback, Jr. End, Jr. ' Jefferson The number one team in the state showing all theirability, thoroughly out classed the Quakers 48-6. The only real offensive feat was a 75 yard run by Steve Corno for the only Quaker score. lt was a matter of too much speed in the Jeff. backs and a powerful line which opened up the holes. Roosevelt: Bill Blake is about to pounce on a poor Roosevelt ball carrier. The Quakers wound up the season on the los- ing end of the string . Wilson's sophomore John Burton scored twice to lead them to a I9-6 vic- tory. Lynn Hewitt intercepted a pass in the end zone and ran it out to the 38yard line . Gordon LaBelle capped a T.D . drive with a 30 yard run, JACK GRAHAM Blocking Back, Soph. STATISTICS Fuuback, Jr. Center, 5'- Jefferson: Dave Spire is momentarily in the clear but is stopped .for a short gain. Fumbles and pass interceptions led to a 3l-l2 shellacking by a tough Roosevelt squad. The Quakers turned to the air more than usual and had two critical passes intercepted for touch- downs. FumblesalsohelpedtheTeddies. A com- bination of Steve Como passing to Lynn Hewitt accounted for the Quaker points. The passes covered 42 and 25 yards respectively. Roy Krueg er, Craig Bakken, and Ron Magee bring down a Wilson ball carrier. DAVE SPIRES BOB WATT End, soph. Tackle, Jr- Points for - 89 Points against - 223 Won 2 Lost 7 Tie 2 T 'WisW i1'W-'42U'L""U't'i"'Q'i"'Y'm""t'W-1'5'i ZOQ '32 37 Q' 'ff 5 - - -W b . .- . A - a- ,. , .. . . 3 555 7 2 Q 0 J in .M K' il ,. .. W ii 2'-if w M A - VARSITY CRUSS C UNTRY TE T KES 4th N STATE The Cross Country team, composed of 4 seniors and 3 iuniors ended the season by taking fifth place in city and fourth in state. The Quakers were led by Dick Fawcett, Phil Mc- Mahon, and Ray Bunnell, but due to lack of depth we were unable to capital- ize during the city and state meets. One reason forthe improvement of this year's team was the pa- tience and determination of the new coach, Mr. Scheele . JV CR From the left: Mgr. Bill Sumn, Bill Donnelly, Joel Rogers, Vern Howell, Dave Sanville, Leland Lee, Bob Harris, and Mr. Scheele. From the left: Mr. Scheele, Dick Faucett, Dick Williams, Gil Miller, John Lahti, Phil McMahon, Ray Bunnel, Bill Holmes, and Mgr. Charles Cooper. Y TEAM After a comparatively Successful year the JV Cross Country took a sixth place in the city meet. The team led by Phil McMahon who took first in the city meet handicaped due to lack of boys that participated . Tak- ing in consideration of the teams handicap, the season was a sucess. ,q,,,.,.... ...,,, , . , BUYS' W MM NG TEAM Row 1: Cap Preble, Mat Westcott, Dave F eigert, Jim McGarry, Ronald Krettler, Roger Clark, Nick Owens, Dave Dumas. Row 2: Rod Grimm, jim Michaelson, Ed McDonald, Paul Ponkhan, Forest Hawkins, Bob Campbell, john Attebery, Insert Mr. Medici. IRLS9 S MMI G - SWIMMING RESULTS - GIRLS F 57 Madison 45 R 66 Jefferson 23 A 42 Wilson 63 N 2 1 Grant 8 3 , K 52 Cl ev el and 4 6 L 52 Washington 5 1 I 40 Lincoln 60 N won Roos ev elt This year under the guidance of Mrs. Carpenter, the girls' swimming team surpassed all accomplishments that, have been' attained in ,previous years. The team led by Joyce Nlcklison, the captain, re- ceived' a fourth place in the Portland lnterscholastic League while, by herself, Joyce won Franklin an eighth place in the state meet. The high spirit- ed team met three times a week before school. Over, all the girls' swimming team did very well. The boys' swimming team, after taking a successful third place in the Portland interscholastic League, went to the state meet to defeat all other Portland team: and to recieve fourthp l a c el After six wins and three losses, Nonnan Swanson led Franklin with two first place wins U00 yd. free style and l60 yd. in- dividual medleyfl at city and a first and second in the State meet. The medley relay team, John Atterbury, JimMichaelson, Dave Feigert and Cap Preable took second in city and third in state. The team did very well under the guidance of Mr. Medici . TE 1 Row 1: Karen Tomlinson, Peggy Heintzelman, Pam Forbes, Elaine Johnson, Yvonne Row 2: Carol Joe I-Iocrnuth, Lynn Meanace, Sally Lockyear, Virginia Terhune, Honor Sabah, Noreen Flemming, Sally Marlow, Bonnie Olson, Mrs. Carpenter. Row 3: Sandra Stonelake, Celia Pallett, Hannah Lee Hawkins, Gail McDaniels, Terrill Westburg, Nancy Drais, Sandy Wade, Margaret Rust. QQ 99 hanks he to God Dr. Hideo Hashimoto, the guest speaker at our Thanksgiving Assembly, delivereda very inspira- tional message that gave the assembly meaning andan enduring impress- ion . for an understanding faculty ...... . .. .. ..for a friendly and versatile student body :fr ,, ......for a building of which we can be justly proud Varsit rag "The pause that refreshes!" The Annual ICC Dance, the Varsity Drag, brought back to Franklin the "Roaring '2Os." Barney Keep, pop- ular disc iockey, not only spun records, but fudge the sack contest. Among the friends Barney Keep made at the dance were Mary Ann Vanek, Judy Shaw, and A 2 ,f . Doris Alexander. .ng ' QI N " .NV -. . 333'-4. ' ' ,- . az" 51- 'A 'til' 'ily'-if T55 'V .Elk I Q 'QQ s Thi, x X C ff., X., , QL' 2. is ,Q ts ,'fx5.I,r . AT f iq- . ,v r 1 . " Lf? tt L , 5 :TJ-L A 2 I l" 'x 1: 1 ,fi Q Ne' I..-4-'. . Come on fellas , who has the best sack? Q,-arm B:-fi -. The dance is the other way, girls lv W' Xe- 'ir ' Q ll a ll 'YN 'v la' Z M s MR, MANNINQ, MR. DEDUGLAS areer e onference Career Conference wasa day set aside for professional people from 94vocations to discuss with FHS pupils their careerplans. For the first time, the freshmen were able to -attend conferences that would aid them in planning their vocations. Career Conference day was exiting, memorable, and truly an education in the more practical things of school life Mr. James Manning and Mr. Lewis Doug- las, co-chairmen of Career Conference day, put much time, effort, and hard work into making this year's Career Con- ference a true success. Mr . Harvard Arnett, P .G .E . Vice-President, was the fea- tured speaker in the preparatory Career Conference assem- bly. ln his speech he paved the way for proper consideration of vocations during the meetings which each student attend- ed . l Solid subjects were stressed as a key-point for a good background. Pefsonality and good appearance are essential in the 99 business world. ' CHRI TMAS The voices of "A" Choir blended together to produce inspirational music forthe Christmas assembly. Roy Sampsel protrayed Gabriel guardian of the"Litt1est Angle. Doris Alexander and Dick Will- iams are caught by the camera- man between scen es. s cf'A-'F -If 92? qi PLQQ' lqilnj JI wall! wi X A , if Q5 1 Q ti 'f ,I 3 A mmf' s, " Ov I me Can?-vi Bax- Freshies doing their part in the Christmas program. at FRA KLI The Candyland Dance was the finale of the Christmas season. Always a popular activity the dance saw many Franklinites enjoying the festivities. Q5 4-'gg-B kJ J , C Vfgs fx Aix? -4N,1QLl C Q 7' 4-:Rau ERN' The talented Hi Fis provided the entertainm ent. Al Bridges and jean Taylor are being .welfomed bv Tom Thomp- son and Bruce Oishi. W Www pp lOl U.. ...l....,.,.., V . 1- ,,,, , .. HA99 hair Franklin's "A" Choir, an outstanding choir in the city of Portland, and their director, Mr. John Peery, have completed the year l958-59 with many outstanding activities. They have entertained both the Franklin student body and the general public . J K C l Row 1: Jan Gallucci, Rita Robertson, Ann Featherston, Mary Gritzka, Lorna Chapman, Norm McCreight, Les Hartley, Carl Roos, Larry Doyle, Tom Vanek, Carl Kuehne, Marilyn Murray, Nancy Fleischmann, Judy Hoelzer, Jonetha Christopher. Row 2: Joan Peterson, Arlene Evang, Bev Biggar, Delores Armstrong , Sue Norgard, Ruben Lowell, Mac Smith, Mike Strong, Jerry Robertson, Chilton, Ruble, Jim Richardson, Claudia Walker, Marilyn Parner, Sandy Stelzenmueller. Row 3: Carol Biggars, Bev Anderson, Bm-nis Valian, Bernice Kimball, Jack Klink, Dave Johnson, John Wiencken, Stuart McNie1, Chuck Taylor, Ray Nelson, Marie Goughnour, Jeanne Elledg e, Joyce Crandall, Katsy Beeman. Row 4: Sharon Campbell, Yvonne Stevenson, Bev Blanchard, Jean Murray, Dick Diario, Dave Mackey, Merrill Steckler, Bill Blake, Bob Palmer, Bill Sunden, Wayne Monroe, John Seifert, Kay Mulligan, Barbara Qualley, VickiWhite1ey,Mari1ee Losli, Marian Rasmussen. Row 5: Charlene Eveland, Kathy Walsh, Katie Rossell, Janice Hadley, Jeanne Hoover, Len Nelson, Steve Hamilton, Gary Allen, Jim Darby, B111 Bonar, Dennis Skidmore, Bob Wick, Jim Betts, Sharon Brown, Ronda Zllk, Joyce Nicholson, Peggy Worthington, Carol Black. RAY NELSON-Fall President JIM DARBY-Spring President SPRING OFFICERS President-JIM DARBY FALL OFFICERS President-RAY NELSON gfice-p1'eSidentElEIiTAXgE,i?qI-INSON Vice-president-LEN NELSON ecfeta-1'Y-ARL G - Secret -SANDY STELZENMUEILER T1-easu,-el--JOYCE CRANDALL MR . JOHN PEERY"Dll'eCT0l' Treayuag-STEVE HAMILTON l 02 nsemhle and Madrigal .fri -1 . .. 'qis gr-2 eg ' ' Row 1: Ensemble, Rita Robertson, Sherry Monk, Sharon Leverett, Pat Peterson, Sharon Brown, Drew Barnum, Sharon Gei5eY, KH-T611 Nyberg, Judy Parman. Row 2: Madrigal Group, Jan Gallucci, Arlene Evang, Peggy Worthington, Kathy Walsh, Marie Goughnour, Lorna Chapman. Row 3: Larry Doyle, Jerry Robertson, john Wiencken, Ray Nelson, Dave Mackey, Les Hartley. Girls, hair Row 1: Jerry Hyland, Diane Cartwright, lean Tyson, Kathy Harris, Bev Hines, Sandra Falk, Gail Urbani, janet Scates, Carol Smith, Charlotte Day. Row 2: Sandra Kinyou, Dianne Hauxhurst, Diane Tucker, Myrtle Bagley, Dianna Briggs, Carol Mc Cray, Carole Ann O'B1-len, Joyce Hensley, Karen Nyberg, Judy Lolley, Gail Schaabel, Barbara Neal, Phyllis Miller. Row 3: Penny Dyer, janet Cantrell, Diana Wheeler, Shirlee Roth, Sharon Leverett, Sharon Barnard, JoAnne Skonard, Sue Roberts, Eloise Weissert, Karen Dahl, Carolyn Hanson, Marilyn Soljaga, Sharon Yarrow, Linda Halter. Row 4: Jackie Sayre, Gall Pallant, Comella Nelson, Pat Peterson, Phyllis Fuller, Joy Brockman, Drue Barnum, Sharon Geisey, Judy Stockbridge, Barbara Willis. PatHarr1s, Mary J'ust1ce,, Sue Belleque, Marily Andrus, Mrs. Veatch, director. 103 , rchestra I Row 1: Christy Creekpaum, Paulette Wellman, Diana Pratt, Janet Brurnbaugh, Carol Twedt, Carolyn Rouse Row 2 Martha Mosee, i Stephen Hamilton, Juanetta Wahl, Marlene Walden, Roberta Weller, Karen Ritthaler, Linda Lewis, Faith Utg ard, Ruth Sommers, , Charlotte Walsh. Row 3: Celia Pallett, Sally Craun, Kay Alderson, Sheri Thompson, Norman McCreight,Al Zullo, Ray Skipton , Ron Beg an, Russell Cook, R'Dean Smith, James Smith, Don Weaver, Dick Wiley, Louie Kaech, Linda Edwards Row 4 Judy Parman ' Marilyn Plopper, Margaret Rust, Shari Marsh, Mr. G. E. Pancheau, Director, Bob McClure, Ronald Rhoads Joy Wahl And Charles r Hudson are not pictured. JIM SMITH-Presi dent OFFICERS President-JIM SMITH Vice-president-CHARLOTTE WALSH Secretary- RUTH SOMMERS Treasurer-IANITA WAHI. l. , The FHS Orchestra displayed their ex- traordinary talent in the Christmas, East- er, and Thanksgiving Assemblies. Their outstanding ability with music has given to the students an appreciation for the better side of the present day music . T04 MR. GEORGE PANCHEAU Orchestra and Band Director and Franklin's band upheld the trad- ition of being one of the brightest and entertaining in Portland. They were key Figures in the pep assemb- lies, at home Football and basket- ball games, at the state toumament, and again entertaining the student body in their annual concert. The difficulttask of teaching and directing Franklin's impressive band and orchestra has been in the cap- able hands of Mr. George Pan- cheau . By the outstanding perfor- mances shown by both musical groups, Mr . Pancheau proved to be an outstanding director his first year at Franklin . JOHN PETROVICH-President OFFICERS President-JOHN PETROVICH Vice-president-DICK WILEY S ecretary-JOYCE McCORD Treasurer-KAREN HENNING . , Row 1: Judy Elsenbach, majorette, Tanja Jenness, Robert Ronald, Barbara Dobbie, Morris Elsen, Jane Sherman, Linda Lewis, Faith Utgard, Lynn Lukens, Ruth Sommers, Joyce Mc Cord, majorette. Row 2: Dave Graham, Shim-1eeRot.h, Carolyn, Caudill, Marilyn Creamer, Mike Richmond, Roger Powell, Daye Smith, Bruce Thompson, John Petrovich. Ron Marchington, Dick Wiley, Bob Oliverio. Row 3: Gloria Cordi, Linda Edwards, May Abraham, Larry Gore, Bill Engelhorn, Mike Strong, George Swanson, Tom Taylor, Don Thompson, Virgil Caramella, Carole Tonnesen, Danny Crawford. Row 4: Jim Van Arsdall, Bob Mc Clure, Pete Boucher, James Ford, Jerry Sautner, Judie More, Stan Deakin, Bob Passarge, Roger Parman, Richard Rydman, Bob Hagen, John Reichlein, Ray Skipton, Prosper Walker, Ron Beg an, Norman Mc Creight, Monty Funk, Mr. G. E. 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Second Round F 51 Cleveland 58 R 39 Gr ant 47 A 62 Jefferson S3 49 M d' o 48 N a 1S n K 56 Washington 28 L 76 Roosevelt 58 I 65 Lincoln 50 N 62 Benson 49 62 Wilson 46 Howard Hamilton, Junior Forward 6'1" An overtime victory by Lincoln gave the Cardinals a split with the Quakers. Tied at 36 all at the game's ends. the Quakers could only get two points in the three minute overtimes. Lincoln picked up 9 to win45-38. Jerry Berg- strom and Gary Morton were high with l0 points. George Hoss also had 8 points. The second game was also very high scoring as compared to the First one. Gary Morton and Jerry Bergstrom alone tied Lincoln's 50 point output. Morton had 20 and Bergstrom had 30. The final score was 65-50. Forward 6'3" Jerry Bergstrom captured the city scoring lead and hit the league high when he pumped in 39 points against Benson . This output and a high of 22 points during the first game gave the.Quakers two victories. Frank- lin had very good shooting percent- age of .4-4l and .464. They hit 30 out of 68, and 26 out of 56. During the first game, Williams and Fawcett helped in the scor- ing with each gettlng l5 points. The Quakers won by 60-50 and 62-49. Not only dld the Engin- eers have trouble stopping Berg- strom, but they also had trouble scoring points for their own team . Three players hit double figures in scoring as Franklin beat Wilson 55-50. Williams had l0, Bergstrom l2, and Fawcett was high with l7 . Rankin and Jones added 8 and 7 points. Bergstrom high with l6, Williams l3, Jones' ll, and Rank- in's 8 gave Franklin another 62-46 win . Both games were close. The last game was split open in the last quarter when Franklin hit 6 shots in a row before Wilson could score. BASKETB LL TEAM The JVs, under the lead- ership of Mr . Verment, tied Grant for first place in city. The Quakers register- ed many narrow victories on their march to a 12-6 record. Paul Linn and Bob Mclntosh provided outside shooting while Dave Spire, Larry Godeck, Tom Birch, and Lonnie Hays rebound- ed. Tom Birch and Lonnie Hays, both freshmen, were brought up to JV during the middle of the season . Tom Birch, along with Larry Godeck, were dangerous inside shooters. Birch and Linn usually set the scoring pace after getting 15 or more points. Row 1: Mr. Verment and Norm Mc Creight Row 2: Sheldon Baker, Bob Mclntosh, Paul Linn, Dale Fuller, Vern Emra, Tom Black, Don McConnell, B111 Evans, Dave Spire, Bob Bowmen, Steve Perrin, Larry Goecleck, Ed Taylor RUSII BASKETB LL TEAM Row 1: Bruce Oishi, Milt Brown, Gary DeVala, Coach Gary jackson, Ron Chang, Jim Brisbee, Ron Kurilo Row 2: Bill Scales, Tom Thomson, Gary Linn, Dennis Battles, Lonnie Hays, Tom Birch, Tom Taylor, Craig Skipton,G1-eg South, jim Weisert, john Woodhouse I 12 Under the capable lead- ership of Mr. Jackson, the Baby Quakers finished the season tied with Jefferson for second place. Both teams possessing a 6-3 vic- tory, Although the frosh lost Tom Birch and Lonie Hayes to the JVs, they still had a successful sea- son . W FOREST HAWKINS 2nd Place in City Wrestling Tournament ,uvulvl ,'1,i:. J ,rv ,5:.-IZ5"'51F1- - v. .Id ..x'E5ii-2."f5!""" ' 4'-v.2::fg5eF-5 .1 ' S TEVE DO RN lst Place in City Wrestling Tournament NOR M S W AN S ON lst Place in City 100 yd. Free-style lst Place in City 200 yd. Individual Medley lst Place in State 100 d. Free- le S TE VE C OR NO 2nd String All-City Football Team ,Y SW 2nd Place in State 200yd. Individual Medley R O N JOHN S ON 1st Place in City Wrestling Tournament lst Place in State Wrestling Tournament stag is "42h,P, Ywnzpi ,ii ,.- " 5-5, 522- f.s,.5:1?:ff- ' fir: 5.1, .wt -azgaggghggfz ROGER WILLIAMS 2nd String All-City Basketball Team LL TAP JERRY BERGSTROM lst String All-City Basketball Team League Leading Scorer - 342 points 2nd String All-State Basketball Team A11 Tournament Team I I3 JOYCE NICHOLSON 1st Place in City 50 yd. Backstroke 3rd Place in City 100 yd. Bac km-oke 2nd Place in City Individual Medley lst Place in State 50 yd. Backstroke' - LY N N H E W I T T lst String All-City Football Team 2nd Place in State Wrestling Tournament lst Place in City Wrestling Tournament JAC K F AW C E T T I Honorable Mention All -City Basketball Team I-and Gary Doht Ron Johnson senior Junior 1 Weight Class-12.9 Weight Class-129 Bruce Johnson Senior Weigh: Class-135 WRESTLING Steve Suader Sophomore Weight Class-140 Charles Bl'0keIl5hil'e Row 1: George Hibbs, Steve Dorn, Charles Brokenshire, Norm Solurn, Steve Strader, Forest Hawkins, xgsgljt-122 Row 2: Charles Brown, Jim Warren, Dick Weber, Gary Heiss, jim Ridounour, Howard Ent1'iCki1'1 Row 3: Ron Rhoads, Manager, Duane Thompson, Bob Velander, Ray Bunnel, Wayne O'Brien, Lynn Hewitt Steve Dorn Ge01'9 e H1555 Sophomore Freshman Weight Class-105 Weight -97 L ,,,, The Franklin Quakers placed ninth in the class A1 wrestling division February 20-21, at O .S .C. in Corvallis. The main attrac- tions forthe Quakers were Ron Johnson, who placed First in the 123 lb. division, and Lynn Hewitt who placed second in the 178 lb. division . Along with Johnson and Hew- itt, the Quakers also sent George Hibbs, 98 lb. class, Steve Dorn, 106 lb. class, and Forrest Hawkins, 141 lb. class to bat- tle in Gill Coliseum. Forest Hawkins Dave Sanville Ray Bunnel Junior Junior Junior weight Class-140 Weight Class-12 Weight C1aSS'147 TEAM Paul Jackson junior Weight Class-156 Ron Johnson, Dave sanviile, Bruce Johnson, Gary Doht, Bud Foughfs, Bob Slayton glass? fgfien Allan Brown, Gene Vollmer, Bob Batterman, Vern Howell, unidentified, Dave McMi11ia.n yr?51ghx:C1a5s-167 Don Price, Paul jackson, Mac Smith, Stan Deacon All five boys won their city matches by pins . Franklin had 75 points as a team, only9 points behind Jefferson . Franklin also sent more boys to state than any other team . Hewitt made the maxium number ofpoints. By taking second in city, and ninth in state, the Quaker matmen have shown definite improvement throughout the season . , unidentified, Marty Bergan,,Coach. Q 1 Don Price Captain Lynn Hewitt ' Juniof SED101' ' weight Class-193 weight Class-178 l I5 iv ' 1 Y Y--v-.. ...v .--.H -u vauuvu We Larry makes the crucial A viral period of each day decision . Another song from The Hi Fis Play the role. . . 116 DAQQ Hi therel Vicki Whitely and Fred Lemnitzer chatting with Howard Appling, Secretary of State . lf your picture does not appear in this book PLACE it HERE We're sittin' . . .iust waitin' . . . At mid season the rally donned Quaker outfits it 552 Y 69191 wg. ,fkgiqgu -I fl 1' 11 . 1: 1, '-'ffi' 'rf 1 vegan S u e w ode o ovas ein Y 4 5 4 4 1 4 . . fu 9 .- tu 1 QQLEH :,.x-V Z.. ,neg X3--19:5-A . 1 ' NVBRU' f-,Ax .Vw , IH. 965.0 'V x J -IWW 1 . g,, vw' 'I1 . ,- .,,g..-v.x.,, ,- 'I1-.' --J my JA X 'SN 41-51. ., -. .-xx:-353-53,-.5 nf ., 1 x-vi.?:a,w 0' 'D ZX- :EW iff Q' , 5 ,Q '.k11'Q, -ski 'a ag- 1 ii" 'MV' 6 -+ . f X G B 'ibn' 425 lvkugvifk xx ' . - - , f NJWAU.-X " ' 1. ,xv 1 1 3,6 xg .. . uw Prizes, Prizes and more Prizes were taken home from the January Jamboree co-sponsored by ab A. G. S. and A. F. M. The prizes were being won from the individual booths sponsored by QW' Aeiilogsu 31,65 the classes in competition. Few went home empty handed. The CakeWa1k drew many hungry people who were willing to try their luck. A .. . - N. . 41-166 I1 EV in 9 elite,-tajhs i U r P v cm X 3, , V' " A, ?7 ,, .4 , 51755517 f 1 fr' , w :nf 'ff-'.-. 5-AHA v 114' e, -:,-Af ,mpg ., A, f-,','.- ,0.,.w ...., yfl'..5-4 1, " V1 ':': Piihlb? If f., czgign.. K 113 '-,'!g,'1f .' ::XK.A, !i::,, QM-.." 1 -' - : ."-1. ,.v-s.-.',,- fx .5 .1 5' - 3348 f,--Q-1 . .nz Mm ,A 91053: , -gy' . a,r,', ., . ,4 A dance vvas -the final Eveht of PI. Gi S. and F. M.1's january Jamboree. A11 proceeds ffomw - Cal, the very successful event were turned over to the student body fund or used to promote a more llza B1- successful May F ete. O-I by Ia 011far And here they are! H968 abd wj B tb tbeiflb Wick Song abpfgwde C1 QV 'er QM 1 Caniuq 'Bau- To wish the basketball team good luck and success in the coming season was the purpose of the Basketball Bounce, sponsored by the Rally Squad. The dance featured the team and was decor- ated with all the symbols of luck. Barbara Qualley and Gary Morton 7 ,W CQ ij! -J Ronda Zilk and -I Jim Darby askethall ounce gl All Sue Baird, Pat Wahlstrom, Barbara Qualley, Joy Anderson, Lynne Conger, Kathy Forgey and ' Paul Davidson xi-'V ,, .fr ,WW ,D Q71 'iff : ,. 11-15255, ik g A53-E Y - 1 iw ,U In 55?-:?f?elf-xvfvxf' qi, - f ,359 1.0.1, A I.. -, W it .1349 2 ' , Sr.-E" 'Ju 'l ' ua. 4 Wai Nxf' ' "1"-' " MW 'o 's ""f" N 1' ' v,,.,,,,- -pp ,pf 5',.,, ,.,,f""' W, -1 1 Fai!-'fp,gr-q3!,1q,-q7?',-531,'AL1l'm", , :.g,,3gf:.u9E5"',,:v,"'u ,Lil K I rl- "' 'H"ig?:iie:::a ' -...,,,:w.':.,z2f . MQ., A f . . . I. . .' .... I ni '3ifga..1.-2.11221 "' ., f - - 4 45 K! C 173 Pat Wahlstrom and Roger Williams X x '1 Judy Casciato lf and George I-loss IT, S ooo os, otos, oturns "I promise to represent You. . . . " d6C1HI'6S Janice Jenson. The semi-annual student body e- lection gave every member of the student body an opportunity to Hwho did you ygte for, Rqyew practice one of their common priv- ledges--voting . The campaigning and speeches by the candidates and voting by the students were followed by the big day when the names of the new spring officers were announced. Judy Casciato, Fall Treasurer, is just about to announce her successor. Sophomore alont ssomhl The Sophomore talent show, which had a variety of talented acts, proved once a- gain that the class of '61 isa productive as well as origional group. The talent dis- played by members of the various acts was entertaining as well as worth the time . The Velvetones honored the Franklinites by en- ee e -- tertaining with their charming voices at the Soph- omore class talent assembly. Left: Roland Boyce gave his hilarious and unforget- table telephone monologue . Right: Margaret Rust and a "real gone" combo pro- vided the music . T21 Each visiting exchange student gave a brief speech concerning their impression of America . IRL DAY IRL Day, annually sponsored by the Franklin Chapter of International Re- lations League, brings to FHS several exchange students from neighboring schools in the vicinity to relate to us their national customs and differen- ces in school systems. Katia loannidou, our exchange student from Crete, is seen surrounded by the visiting exchange students . Senior l5oug Leonetti, portraying the "younger set" "We've been going to Franklin watchesintently as a com- High Sch'-'Ol iweniy l0n99l0n9 bo'swings out. years . . . " complain Alice and 122 Martha . Nikhat change Bokari , ex- student from Pakistan, stole the show with her native dance . 3 l"'k IICW IUICFII Oil Tile l"l'GnKlln STUQC was Bob Widing who entranced the "Rock 'n Roll" fans in the audience. lt s a town like an other town . " Stage Manager ... . Dri llllbl Mrs. Gibbs . . . Mrs. Webb ..... George Gibbs .. Rebecca Gibbs ... Wally Webb .... Emily Webb .. .... Professor Willard Mr! IUUUUCQ Simon Stimson .... Mrs. Soames......... CAST lfllbllllli ICIIG 'GOOD GIGS Joe McCray Ray Nelson Sharon Leverett Doris Alexander Bob Wick Karen Keman Roland Boyce Jan MacKenzie Mark Farah Clinton Washbum Dave Mackey Lynn Lukens "Why, Julia, everybody knows he drinks. 'K l "Gee, the moon's terrible tonight." UUR TUW V il.-div -za --JET' l ' A Z1 5 x VH 1 ,"- "L . g' . EL- 'mst' " T' 'nf' - --23: -A VT. H 'ffl E '.1'1, i "Our Town" was one of the most unique and thought-provoking plays Franklin stu- dents have ever witnessed. The simplicity of the props, and the symbolistic message of the presentation, heldthe Franklin aud- ience until the end. 4 Y' "Now Ladies, once again . . . ." i23 4 A I 5 -. f' 3 ' Snark Swegtflwlfi as ' I fa Delta Beta Phi, social-service club, sponsors the annual "Sweetheart's Swirl, " from which the proceeds go th the Muscular Dystrophy Fund 'The highlight of the evening was the presentation of the king and CD19911 selected from a court consisting of representatives from each club nklin at Fra . "Oh, no, not me!" was the reaction from Joyce Crandall after being selected queen.. Larry Brisbee, standing directly behind Joyce, was later announced king Pat Robinson and Don Capps look like they 're enjoying themselves. Joa.n Peterson and her escort dance to the mu- sic of the Continentals. -ESQY1: P. wamsrmm, J. MacKenzie, P. Berreth, J. Pomfd, V Whiteley, K. Stelzenmueller, L. Brisbee, J. Crandall, J. Casciato, H. Meek, C. Jacob, S. Rurey, J. Peterson, A. Reese. Row 2: C. Gasperson, D. Skidmore, R. Nelson, G. Cornilles, D. Greer, R. Grimm, G. Hoss, 124 D. Diorio, F. Surbaugh, A. Johnston, J. Fawcett, L. Hewitt. KARVEL TI-IRONBER'S project, a demonstration of quantitative relations between physical pro- perties of falling drop of water and the resultant "splash", won him top honors in the physics division. I , 12325: 3, 2 . .:5:::,?5g:E:E M : I g U ' W s ' + im s fs ND" , ' i A' 1 O MJ' - 'f N ,A-, "J me t k i ,WwW,' wfk awf A series of mazes to deter- mine if rats are sensitive to color, a notebook of findings, and a set of graphs completed ELOISE SMRKOVOSKY'S pro- ject which took top honors in the biology division. JIM FOUSHEE was selected run- ner-up in the biological enteries with his project that demonstrated digestion by gastric juices. ff! 3 First place in physics for junior division was awarded to ROGER CLARK. who displayed the ex- pansion of water at various temperatures. The Science Fair, an annual event at Franklin, displayed the scientific ability of the students and gave us good rea- son not to doubt the scientific future of Amaica. More than 100 students entered projects in two main divisions- physics and biology-with six receiving awards for their outstanding projects. 125 Determinationoi gravity by four simple means was IRA WONG'S project which won him the se- cond highest award in physics. 5 RONALD ROBERTS, freshman won first place in the junior biology division for his detailed study of the reactions of spiro- somum amibiguum, a common water protozoan, to several types of stimuli. C NT NNIA There were many persons seen throughout Quakerville sporting beards to Fmnklink AGS. prexy Mary Ann Taylor commemorate the Oregon Centennial and to enter A.F.M.'s beard contest. in her Cemennial Coshfme ' Those pictured are: Jim Betts, Denms Doht, Harry Thompson, Karvel Thornber, ' Bob Wightman, Landon Dodson. Winner of the contest was Jim Betts. All dressed up in Centennial finery are these Quakers who pose for the photographer. What time is the stage coach coming? ELK! RMI Ai - Centennial Royalty: Dave Dumas, Chrissy Mclennan, Queen laraine lee, Richard Saito, JoAnne Martinson, King Jim Darby, Nancy Thomas, Arlus Bacon. , , Franklin 5 mayor, Roy Queen Laraine and King Jim dance in front of the Centennial birthday cake. A lain hnnnv-tvne crowd attended the A.G.Se Twiro Dance, ton, Bob Peterson, Klamath Falls. ALL - TOURNEY TEAM: B111 Mauer, North Salemg JERRY BERGSTROM, FRANKLIN 5 Mel Counts, Marshfield, Steve Pauly,Beaver- points fall through. Williams drives for layup. Bergstrom and Jones watch two Williams and Bergstrom try vainly to stop Counts. ' Carla Peterson-honorary rally member. I-'ran.k11n's rally, pep band, and enthusiastic crowd. 128 F rank1in's rally displays the tournament bracket board. Captain Jack Fawcett with a beaming smile and a hearty handshake accepts the Champ- ionship Trophy. Four happy Quakers: Jack Fawcett, Mr. Peterson, Jerry Bergstrom, Paul Davidson. Remaining clam throughout the season despite the heart- breaking losses and thrilling wins, Don Peterson's disciplinary and inspirational coaching carried the Quakers through a rocky season. He often showed his knowledge of basketball by the strategy he used during the season and whjletat state. A state tournamentberth and a championship showed his determination and willingness to work through the season. This concluded another successful season for a great coach. 129 OUR STATE CHAMPIONS! ! ! ---posing happily with the trophy. Kneeling: Ron Brown, Roger Williams, Jack Fawcett, Steve Rankin, George Fenton. Standing: Gary Morton, Steve Jones, George Hoss, Jerry Bergstrom, Paul Davidson, Jim Darby, Howard Hamilton, Mr. Don Peterson. V 1 'Y use wi RB 1: 15 .19 V X Q Vis x QiLf1ii ' QPR ""':u.A 2-Tv Ek 3 Mjgfv 51 if fb ig ,L .g?3ggg gagsggi r ,gif ' af' if Q Him E 2 5,? ,i,. , X .QT Q Q 5? Q wvwg elcome Back, Dr. Erickson! On behalfofthe student body, Roy presented Dr. Erickson with his official back to work medal. BEFORE .......................... After a two month trip to Europe, our principal, Dr. Kenneth Erickson, re- turned to find the entire Student Body and a crew cut to greet him . Before Dr. Erickson left for Europe, he pro- mised to get a crew cut if Franklin made agood showing at the State Tournament. Because the Quaker team succeeded in capturing the Championship , Dr. Erickson was escorted by the team to a neighbor- hood barbershop where he again be- came our crew cut principall 'V TWO GREAT GUYSI--Mr. Peter- son, Quaker basketball coach,wel- comed Dr. Erickson with news of the State Tournament. 132 AFTER Qalmostj. no ouuaauaasuqo TRIKE 3! C A r H -5- Ku l x fl .V l 'nu C ix f?N i X I flfx AQ Q. by Q N, 1 , .Mix r fe r we l, ..llflEjlx Q X ffj UL fl!! M? A fi' 2' . -5,440 fl X L 9 U l K sm ,- I' J Ss? rs 2' fgx Ex --,,1Av,a 'xxR To start the baseball season in a grand style and promote interest in our team, Executive Cabinet sponsored Strike Three, a dance honoring the senior members of the base- ball team . An added attraction to the evening's events wasaminiature refreshment stand where such goodies as popcom, licorice, and pop were available to the hungry participants . l Row 1: S. Hulse, K. Modun, 1. Anderson, K. Beeman, C. Stronach, M. Soljaga, S. Stonelake, C. Azorr. Row 2: M. White, K. Kolb, L. Brisbee, B. Blake, C. Ira, . orton. G M l Beaming smiles added to the cornation attraction as Chuck Stronach was crown- ed "King Baseball" by Roy Sampsel . King Baseball, Chuck Stronach, and date, Katsy Beeman, lead off the first dance after coronation while the court looks on . 133 VA SITY ASEE LI. This year's baseball team has compi - P I L Standings at date of publication led a 6-3 record and are tied for se- cond place . The downfall ofthe team Jefferson Yi gg? is has been poor fielding. Errors have i .... 2 3 223 S directly resulted in the loss of two Wilson ....... .... . 6 3 667 2 T games. The hittershave provided en- 3 gg 51,21 Qugh power to win and pitchers have Benson ....... ..... 3 5 .375 4112 been stable but too many errors have Z 2 resultedinan average season. Cecil Roosevelt. .... ..... 0 9 .000 8 Ira has carried the pitching load, win- ning five games while losing onlyone . Chuck Stronach is currently lead- ing the PIL hitters with a phenominal batting average of around .500. ln- iuries have plagued Bill Blake, veteran catcher . His hitting and ability to handle pitchers handicapped the team during his absence A pleasent sur- prise hasbeen the hitting of sophomore, John Summers. Coach Jackson during his first year at the helm has kept Quaker hopes alive for a city Mr . Gary Jackson championship ' Varsity Baseball Coach Row 1: Row 2: Row 3: T 4 Mgr. Ron Rhoads, Ron Johnson, Cul Roose, Ken Kolb, Paul Jackson, Bob McIntosh, Cecil Ira, Leo I-Ival, Mgr. Ron Brown Gerry Morris, Mert White, Larry Brisbee, Prosper Walker, Steve Como, Charles Stronach, Ron More, jack Shields, Gary Ball, Coach Mr. Jackson Bill Blake, John Summers, George Hoss, Steve jones, Dave Spire, Gary Morton, Roger Hart, Steve Rankin, Mgr. George Fenton I 34 T Larry Brisbee Steve Como Second Baseman, Sr. Center Fielder, Il'- Bill Blake Chuck Stronach George Hoss Catcher, Sr. Shortstop, Sr. First Baseman, Sr Ken Kolb Mert White Third Baseman, Sr. 'I 3 5 Right Fielder, Sr. PITCHING STAFF From L. to R. : Leo Hval, Sophomore, Bob Mclntosh, Junior, Jack Shields, Sophomore, Roger Hart, Sophomore, Steve Ranldn, Senior, Gary Morton, Senior, Gary Ball, junior, Cecil Irs., Senior. Dave Spire Left Fielder, Soph. J V BASEBALL TE Row 1: Mgr. Ron Binan, Ron Ball Tom Birch, Jim Van Arsdall, john Wilson, Mgr. Don Donelly Row 2: Ron Chang, Jim Emerick, Jack Graham, Dwight Daniels, john Woodhouse, Bruce Oishi, Ron K1ll'i1O, Clair Price Row 3: Gary Lind, Roger Newell, Greg South, Craig Skipton, Clinton Fitzhugh, Jim Odorns, Tim O'Conner, Mr. Peterson Coach 136 TENN S TE MS Front row: Mr. Richardson, Allan Hulse, jim Wheeler, Mike Downing, Pat Brock. Back row: Roger Williams, Rex Nichols, Ted Hartsell, jon Cole, Bill Boltin, Gil Carney, Fred Lemnitzer. GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM After winning two matches from Cleveland and Roosevelt without anylosses, the girl's tennis team is optimistic about their future. With still seven teams to play at the time of pub- Iication, their position in PIL is not known . Laura Pliska and Carol May are two outstanding individuals on the team who show promise of bringing success to the team . Miss Frazer, coach, believes that the Qua- kers will have a stronger team due to the mainstay of juniors next year. BOYS' TENNIS TEAM Showing good spirit and form, the boys' tennis team won the first three matches against Roosevelt, Cleveland, and Benson . With still six matches left to go in the season, the team shows great promise. The team, led by Fred Lemnitzer and Roger Williams, did a ter- rific iob. Dave Wigg and Denny Greer are two outstand- ing juniors returning next year. Front Row: Elaine Johnson, Karen Tomlison, Karel May, Laura Pliska., Back Row: Pat Smith, Jan I 37 Rutherford, Sally Hanglan., Bonnie Ferguson, Bev Rasmussen, Miss. Mrazer. S Q qi., . :'- " V. W5 . f" -TK ,W Qzfi W ggi -Q: zur g N Q A h ' H, 5 Q Q 'A f ' . QQLKIJ, 1 4 .V vi ,. , f ,.,Q Y 4 1 J 7 . A, W H . sw, ,1. A Wm K 0 , KI. , QW HY ' IA 3 Mx bs I X' M r i fmffff 2 WWW ' qfuklf WU , ' .:.A .:': Q .. .- ,..,..,.:i .., ,Q ' A V lzlblqq bllbbk Q H I b ' Q Y J f i , A I J by E I XX, 5 X yi j I V? X ln, K .S A 1 1 ' K k A X it a i w S 'EQ Lf iv H . - R i 'A ' 'X QL! 1 iz A,.A 'H g f- - f 2 12" fi 1 . . 3 F K H if ' fx A hx Drqlyfv gb W. 1 -4 - an wx gcf , ,. A. A, '- XJ' ,, A R A , In L? MN, 1 A fm. -7 X kk 4, 4 . 4 x 4 5 f, LY, Y 1 , , . , , .- A. ' , 1 , - szw 4, A ,4- . . John Lahti sso, sr. Lynn Hewitt Broad jump, Sr. Dick Fausett Mile, Sr. S Jim Darby High Hurdles, Sr. Joe McCray Low Hurdles, Sr. Ron Magee Sprinter, Sr. fggffng Lee B111 Homes ' ' 139 440' 1'- R9-Y 311111191 Pole Vault, 'Sr. Charles Bxokenshire Mue, Jr. aso, sr. 4 Howard Hamilton High Jump, Ir. Bernal Mills - Gordon La.Be11e Dick Zielsdorf I 021111, JT- 140 Low Hurdles, Jr. Discus, Jr. RHF 5 -Q33 541 i s i f M' xggggf K V' x "2m'3f 1, J. ' EM? llliifef Judy Casclato, Karen Neal, Lee Ann Beck, Carolyn Rouse, Bernice Kimball BOYS' GOLF TEAM The boys golfteam hada relat- ively rough year . The team was comparatively good but lacked the depth necessary. The team lead by Carl Kuehne and Thorn Clement, was willing to do a good iob under the guidance of Mr Medici. Since the main stay ofthe club is underclass - men ,Franklin will have a strong - er golf team next year built on experience and practice . T42 GlRLS'GOLF TEAM Under the guidance of the physical education teacher Miss Dundore, the girls golf team played a comparatively good season. The main stay ofthe team was the five retuming girls from last year and the addition of a promising freshmen. Judy Casciato, who golfed all four years of school and the number two girl,Lee Ann Beck, led the team in their victories. GIILF TE MS Row 1: Dave Jones, Mike Richmond, Ken Casciato. Row 2: Ron Began, Tom Taylor, Harry Benjamin, Thorn Clements. T RAM S CHAMPION BOWLING TEAM QPENTATHLONI Kneeling: Kathy Hill and Barbara Qualley. Stand- ing: Laurie Hansen, Lynne Con- ger, and Arlene Hager. PING PONG DOUBLE CHAMPIONS: Carolyn TOP THREE TENNIS PLAYERS: Sandra Stonelake, Rouse and Lee Ann Beck Laura Pliska, Alice Ellingson I Q -'-- ' I My Q e ee A I :V'- 3, M I ee ' I I1 a e ae a - .... f. if mf me H , uf I any It mv if ,, wad n 1 an Z N 6 25943 K 'E an 3' fi -56" H5 an in Wm '35, it al 3, 'H ,, aiu. ,,,45g, YIM 8' " " - dl' , famkx. 'wk W' 9 xxx ,,, an 9 1: W un. fl Q Ji' ia ff df If I 1 M wr W j E Q.. nv N J' 1 e uw an W Q fr 1 A V I e ak 4 an 4 A 1' 4 1 4 f Q' bv W 'S if I 'H in X " U f I ,K sq iv K'Vw-'W Y- V. r 4 S W Tl 8 Q 5 W I Us A Q, ,Q 1 i , 1 . - 4: ,Q A 4:1 it ,L aff . .:' ' I 2 , a H - E .. K' Q :X xi 11 I '- in Eff, " A Wx'-f JV is , at 11 aura W 'X ' 4 W, ,ae 5' may :Sv Jw, K it N s 4: r. :F W 5 ,Q I-Ju!! 11 e xr . gg TI, wr, ' . X ., .-.. :22 E. .:,,::.. V 3, A I t , V , 0555 is K az wg 1 9 ,Q J 1 M .. 91' Q Q if 4 'I at S sg! ,fy N, 4 'as ,ix - Q ig.: 1 'W 1 ' gg 9 2, 'ff ,Q n A ix i " y gf 5 1 rr fa M" 5'?'Wfff,a., 'fwfr fa 21, an f 6 , Ii ' Z :lr .rf . 2 gy, ., 315' INDIVIDUAL PING-PONG CHAMPION: Darlene Hint: INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONS HI KI KI Front Row: Sue Baird, Jacky Brasesco, Marcia Mitchell, Carol Mitchell, Barbara Walker, Ida Mae Rabick, Penny Sabin Kathy Doran. Back Row: Martha Hoyt, Donna Berglund, Nancy Wahl, Cherie Magee, Jeanne Gregory, Chris Kristensen, Alice Illlingson, INDIVIDUAL BOWLING Sandra Stonelgkg s2.!1d!'3. Sf0'l1e13.kE 143 -A ' 1 , , I L. s 1 o Pi .i 1 1 Y 1 1 4 ft! FX I I 'Y v i e x we A 'Simi ,, ,ffl ROSE FESTIVAL COURT Row l: Sylvia Goodwin, Alice Ellingson, Martha Hoyt. Row 2: Doris Alexander, Arlene Strader, Carol Sfockman. 147 iris iff wzff faqs W 4250 X04 get LOVEY RASK N eatn ess One of the most popular activities of A.G.S. is choosing Girl ofthe Month. These girls are chosen by the members of A.G.S. and are given a bracelet with their names and titles on it which they wear for one month. As the year closes, a Girl of the Year is chosen. She is presented with the bracelet, and it becomes her pennanent possession . QQ' gf 4 fit 50 ,q 9942 329,95 JOANN MARTINSEN Courtest' 148 MARTHA S Ch0131-3gI1gYT pw TPXLAY- MSS' of ,miie no fhl' ZLEI1, 0460 Mani' IO -S' eade J 2253312 s LYNN HEWIT1' Athl ete JACK 77-15 YER STEVE CORNOA Neamess 1 903136 of asovtu 149 CP-'VY SACK ad-on C9' Each year the members of A.F.M. choose six Men of the Month, and a Man of the Year. All of them are presented with a certificate of merit. . lllll Junior English students and their teacher, Mr. Murray . Are we all 1istening??? NOWHEAR THlSll Tommorrow's assignment is. . . Q H The thlnldng men and women of Franklin. 1 'O- O-I Ss 2 H10 23:32 .,.,,.,:,,-,,-,,-:- gig iii.. , -mvmgw 'lu fjgQ3,g, A' ii'tt Q Kei? A - to if f 5 11 . V. gl wa 'xiii 4 ,, ,mite . , ,ifgg Q' ,grim , "'. : - ,g 7 if , xiii , .. Q . 4 . gg I . li .. W M t , Q-'ies t,, , Q2 rmffig, :lj ts- Q 3 - S R - 'S' ,". 1 . 'IW W' if F93 , f,v . 'A I 4 at 1 .,.. , ":' 9' W 1 W ' ' 'ir'- II .4 if . .W , M 3 A we W t 45 5 ... ..' , t . ,c:E.!' A ":' .Z,.l. '.".. 5 , ITTi -' 'Q , ' " we .. in . K N , , in , ,,.-- ,.,:.--,.- H ,A f - E .. ' P "" ,T QM 4 ' , ' ' ' A '1-, 22. 1 i -- r a efzsify .-,:n . :A.-, -::::- sri fi - , - f . " K Mr. Rumpakis and his Freshman Educational Enrichment Social Studies class display their fine study on the coun- try of Greece . 'Luf- .,,1 I 3 i l50 The fik fox run over tha famce. Tha fox ran ober tha femce. The fox ran over the fence. Workin' on the ALMANAC ALMANAC lp ALMANAC. all the TIMEII ' -npcpo o U S P00492 - -lwpno 0:95 f 6 , I , lndusfrious, scholarly? Don Killian. Arfisfically inclined Quakers. QI, black Conversing at the blackboard ' What have wehere? A crwow maniiuwomv. ... .1 .. .. . ,Hmmm rvsmnmwm 5 I KGJXENZA Girl's P.E . class display fheif fihe fumbling abilify. Russian breakfast in room 248 Y 's I Manx Working hard- hummmm ...... "JUST U Hffle bn-H And tl1ey're off .......... To another class that is. SVT N 1 Staffs 'Hera vu lu g fm' M , iist0PS aj:-y-Mzanwf , meeting xr J UNE TAYLUR h s Fa F Inter-club Counal' Row 1: Me1vaJa.mes, Judy Wolfe, Nancy Holcomb, Judith Pollard, Sandy Stellzenmueller, Martha Hoyt, Mary Lou Gillen. Row 2 MI. Sappenfield, Lynne Hewitt, Judy Shaw, Mary Ann Taylor, Joan Crosby, Doug Greer, Mike Azzor. Row 3: Joyce Crandall, Denny Wallin, Mary Ann Vanek, Jerry Albrecht, Steve Dierickx, Craig Thorpe, Dick Williams, Jim Smith, Gary Doht, Carolyn Jacob, Linda Hines, Sandra Spidal, Mary Gritzka, Norma Spina. FALL OFFICERS President-MIKE AZORR Vice-Pres. -DOUG GREER Secretary-JOAN CROSBY Historian-JUDY SHAW Treasurer-MARY ANN TAYLOR Sgt. -At-Arms-LYNN HEW ITT 154 Inter-Club Council is composed of all school chartered club pres- idents or representatives. Each day they meet with Mr. Sappen - field to leam correct parliament- ary proceedure and to discuss club rules. Spring infer- cfuh COLHWCJ Row 1: Lynne Smith, Peggy Thompson, Janel Yoder, Alice VanderMag-tin, Dee Newby Row 2: Fred Surbaugh, Craig Bakken, Katsv Beeman. iudv Casciato, Ronda Zilk, Liinda Goedeck, Jack Fawcett Row 3: Pattv Danielson. Carolyn Miller, Gordon Smith, Dick Diario, Don Black, John Petrovich, Don Weaver, John Venner Dick Zielsdorf, Roger Williams, Marilyn Plopper, Laurie Hansen This year Inter- Club Council sponsoreda very successful dance, "The Varsity Drag ." Through their planning and co-operation our an- nual Satety Week was another pop- ular event ofthe year. Under the guidance of Mr. Sappenfield, our new social director, Inter - Club Council has done its part to uphold the high standards of Franklin High School . Spring President-FRED SURBAUGH SPRING OFFICERS President-FRED SURBAUGH Vice-Pres. -CRAIG BAKKEN Secretary-KATSY BEEMAN Historian-JUDY CASCIATO Treasurer-RONDA ZILK Sgt. -At-Arms-LINDA GOEDECK K JACK FAWCETI' 155 V'aar.-3gARyooleLUfog.l . . r r i L 1 F I z i i ! P fClockwise: Fred Surbaugh, Joe Maio, Doug Greer, Jerry ?Schmun.k, Don Killian, Doug Leonetti, George Hoss, ELarry Brlsbee, Mike Azorr, Ira Wong, Joe McCray l V V v 1 A f r R 5 President-DOUG LEONETTI I f Bmyamm Franmn iF1GVS ACTIVITIES Baccalaureate Party Field Trips Speakers Parents Tea Valentines Party Popcorn Sale Collecting Bottles Christmas Reunion 156 Dr. Erickson Advisor Mrs. Hoyt Advisor Mr. Sappenfield Advisor OFFICERS President-DOUG LEONETTI Secretarv-JOE McCRAY Tr easurer-FRED SURBAUGH FALL OFFICERS President-JUDITH POLLARD Vice-Pres. -KARYL HARRINGTON s ecretary-DEE NEWBY Treasurer-VAL DRIEZUS Historian- YVONNE STEVENSON Chaplain-MELVA HASMANN Sgt. -At-Arms-YVONNE HUBBARD A TERRILL WESTBERG ACTIVITIES Food S ale I-'reshie Tea Window Display Christmas Party Dinner Banquets SPRING OFFICERS President-DEE NEWBY Vice-Pres. -ALICE VANDERMARTIN Secr etary-ZH.DA NATION Treasurer-MELVIA I-IASMANN Historian-GERI PHILLIPS Chaplain-CAROL BIGGERS Sgt. -At-Arms-DIANNA GUINN VAL DRESIZUS Row 1 Zelda Nauon, Judy Pollard, Miss Townsend, Dee Newby, Alice Vander Martin Row 2 Diana Guinn, Eloise Smrkovsky Melvia Hasmann, Val Dreiszus Row3 Carol Biggers, Donna Hornbeck, joice Christensen, Vickie Heine, Jeanne Underwood, Sandra Dav1s, Anne Armstrong, Nancy Drais Row 4: Geri Phillips, Kathy Evans, Carol Sayre, Donna Romeike, Irene Gomez, 157 Row 1: Evelyn Hunter, Mike Azorr, Mr. Pierce, Fred Surbaugh, Louise Dennis Row 2: Kathy Forgey, Bev Biggar, Ludmilla Korneev, Iudv Olson, Sharon Nugent, Paulann Whitman, Joan Crosby, Alice Ellingson, Nancy Tompkins, Pat Wahlstrom Row 3: Janice Jen- S d Snider Alice VanderMartin Carol Black Gil Miller Marie Goughnour, MarionRa,xmussen, Marian Elliott, Karen Tom- son, an y , linson, Kim Lee, Row 4: Kathy Hyland: Gary Lemoine, Don Weaver, Trudy Kehret, Carolyn jacob, Dee Newby, Susan Dempster, L i D Chuck Stron- Kaye Cisco Martha Hoyt, Ira Wong, Doug Leonetti, Row 5: Karen Tosi, Jan Adams, Mary Ann Taylor, or e ose, ach, Gordon Boozer, Don McConnell, Don Killian, Harry Benjanun, Judy Wolfe, Doris jean Alexander, Katsy Beeman Fall President-MIKE AZORR Ncmonaf J-form sway FALL OFFICERS President-MIKE AZORR Vice-Pres. -EVELYN HUNTER Secretary-JUDY OLSON Treasurer-DON KILLIAN Historian-DORIS ALEXANDER Chaplain-LOUISE DENNIS Sgt. -At-Arms-KATSY BEEMAN FRED SURBAUGH Club Reporter-SHARON NUGENT Parliamentarian-DOUG LEONE'l"I'I ACTIVITIES Car Wash Alumni Tea Speaker Popcorn Sale Faculty Tea SPRING OFFICERS President-FRED SURBAUGH Vice-Pres. -LOUISE DENNIS Secretary-EVELYN HUNTER Treasurer-SANDRA SNIDER Historian-LUDMILLA KORNEEV Chaplain-MIKE AZORR Sgt. -At-Arms-IRA WONG ALICE VANDERMARTIN 158, NATION OK 7 N ff NX 5.41 156 Spring President-FRED SURBAUGH AC TIVIT IES Tour of T. V. Studio Tour of Medical School Tour of Journal Building Pot-luck Dinner Served at Faculty Tea Presldem-ALICE ELLINGSON Slmkefs Mindes M155 GW-nt ,-Wd M Advisor ' . .,., ' V-V'- 3 ' S Mr. Shaffer Advisor OFFICERS President-ALICE ELLINGSON Vice-Pres. -KATHY FORGEY Secretary-SHARON NUGENT Treasurer-JOAN CROSBY Historian-MARTHA HOYT Row 1: Alice Ellingson, Kathy Forg ey Row 2: Katlaloannidou , Joanne Martinson, Sandy Snider, Martha Hoyt, Katsy Beeman Row 3: Judy Casciato, Mary Ann Taylor, Joan Crosby, Sharon Nugent 159 Row 1: Ruth Sommers, james Smith, Mrs. Landis, Maralyn Skelton, Don Weaver Row 2: Jonetha Christopher, Jan Gallucci, Bev Blggar, Carol Twedt, Lorna. Chapman, Charlotte Walsh Row 3: Lynn Lukens. Morris Elsen, Mac Smith, John Siefer, john Reichlein, Norman McC1-eight, Tanya jenness Row 4: judy Parman, Ron Beg an, Dave Mackey, Dennis Skidmore, R'Dea.n Smith, Wayne Monroe, Leslie Hartley, Roberta Weller President-JIM SMITH Vice-Pres. -RUTH SOMMERS S ecretary-CAROL TWEDT Treasurer-DON WEAVER FALL OFFICERS Historian- MARALYN SKFLETON ACTIVITIES Portland Symphony Concerts Popcorn Sale Program Sale Joint Meetings Alumni Party Car Wash Fall president-JIM SMITH I X SPRING OFFICERS President-MARALYN SKELTON 1 Q 1 Vice-Pres. -DON WEAVER Secretary-RUTH SOMMERS Treasurer-CAROL TWEDT Historian-DAVE MACKEY Chaplain-JOI-IN REICHLEIN sgf. -Ar-Arms-JANICE GALLUCCI DENNIS SKIDMORE A 160 Spring President-MARALYN SKEL nvrnmsr CLUBS. .. . . I Fall President-KARVEL THORNBER X! ff-'QTL' FALL OFFICERS President-KARVEL THORNBER Vice-Pres. -GARY LEMOINE Secretary-LAURA PLISKA C mm MV Treasurer-JERRY ALLBRECHT Sgt. -At-Arms-VANCE GUFFEY ACTIVITIES Science Fair Popcorn Sal es Speakers Service at O. M. S. I. SPRING OFFICERS President-GARY LEMOINE Vice-Pres. -JERRY ALBRECHT Secretary-ROSEMARY STANLEY Treasurer-GORDON BOOZER Sgt. -At-Arms-RANDALL SMITH HARRY BENJAMIN Spring President-GARY LEMOINE Row 1: Karvel Thornber, Gary Lemoine, Jerry Albrecht Row 2: Karen Tomlinson, Norm Andresen, Bob Salvatore, Rosemary Stanley, Ira Wong, Jim McGarry, Laura Pliska Row 3: Jim Foushee, Collin Orme, Harry Benjamin, Allan Anderson, Gcxdon Boozer, Don Killian, Clifton Sawyer, john Morris, Fred Surbaugh 1.6.1 Row 1: Vicki Whitely, Charles Gaspex-son, Mr. Douglas, Dave 'Johnsom Row 2: Nancy Chapin, Lynn Smith, Sue A Norgard, Ja.ne1 Yoder, Pat Robinson Row 3: Karen Moshberg er, 'Karen Solburg, Karen Madden, Judy Lyon, Ellen Bonar, Lynn Fawcett, Merv Barteaux Row 4: Fred Lemintzer, Carol Decious, Craig Thorpe, Terry Barnes, Charles Herrell, Ga.ryBai1, RonjHva1 David Stoutenburg. ACTIVI'.l'I.ES Host no the Annual Conference of the Destributkve Education Clubs of Oregon Popcorn Sale Dommt Sale President -DAVID JOHNSON uturef Busfnessmm of Amerie Q'D1St'rf5u1'fvef Ecfucarlon C0155 of 162 ' :L -A Lfqsx. . 29' - , Q9 . it OFFICERS President-DAVE JOHNSON Vice-Pres. -VICKI WHITLEY Secretary-,FUEL EVANS Treasurer-FRED L Fall President -SANDRA SPIDAI. FALL OFFICERS President-SANDRA SPIDAL Vice-Pres. -LENDAMAI NELSON Secretary-SHARON STRAKA Treasurer-SARA MCCRUM Historian-JUDY OLSON Chaplain-SANDRA GRAHAM Future N urses qi 'Ca Sgt. -At-Arms-BARBARA ROSS ACTIVITIES Popcorn Sal es Alumni Tea Speakers Field Trips Faculty Tea SPRING OFFICER S President-LENDAMAI NELSON Vice-Pres. -SARA MCCRUM Secretary-SANDRA GRAHAM Treasurer-SI-LARON STRAKA Historian-BARBARA ROSS 'Chaplain-JEAN NANCE Sgt. -At-Arms-MARY ANN OLSON Spring President- LENDAMAI NELSON Rom? 1: Sandra Spidal, Miss Frazer, Lendamai Nelson Row 2: Ionetta Christopher, Beverly Garland, Marilyn Clark, Sandra Graham, Louella. Carter Row 3: Carolyn Miller, Jeanne Nance, Nancy Dx-als, Sara McCrum, Sharon Straka, Lyla Mueu, Pat Hutton, Barbara Ross L63 Row 1: John Reichlein, Dick Zielsdorf, Mr. Paulin, Mr. Davis, Gary Lemoine, Dennis McCormick Row 2: jack Allen, Dick Menord, Forrest Hawkins, Roger Guffey, Mac Smith, Vern Howell, Gordon Kondo Row 3: Ronald Satter, Larry Dodtel, Bob Day, William Kubler Larry Skidmore, Virgil Caramella, Jim Ridenour, Paul Priest, Bob Velander ACTIVITIES Open House Senior Party YMCA May Fete YMCA World Service Drive YMCA Corination Ball May Fete Election Banquet Fall President-DICK ZIELSDORF QT11' 1- President-DICK ZIELSDORF Vice-Pres. -JOHN REICH1-EIN Secretary-GARY LEMOINE Treasurer-DENNIS MCCORMICK Historian-MAC SMITH Sgt. -At-Arms-GORDON KONDO JIM JOHNSON PM Im'Z1'll6lflbY1l1f President-JUDY WOLFE Vice-Pres. -SHARON NUGENT Secretary-SANDY BRUST Treasurer-JANICE JENSON Historian-TRUDY KEHRET Chaplain-LORNA CHAPMAN Sgt. -At-Arms-SUSAN WOLFF JOAN CROSBY Parliamentarian-NANCY TOMPKINS Club Reporter-LINDA TI-IAIN Spring President-SANDY BRUST ACTIVITIES Edith Green Speaks I. R. L. Day I. R. L. Conference Christmas Party Money Making Projects Fan President-JUDY woufs Than.kS9iVin9 Basket Popcorn Sale Services Car Wash SPRING OFFICERS President-SANDY BRUST Vice-Pres. -ALAN ANDERSON Secretary-JANICE JENSON Treasurer-IRA WONG Chaplain-BARBARA ROYCE - Historian-LINDA LEWIS Sgt. -At-Arms-GERI PHILLIPS NANCY TOMPKINS Row 1: Sharon Nugent, Judy Wolfe, Mr. Johnson, Sandy Brust, Allan Anderson Row 2: Susan Wolff, Rita Robertson, Sharon Smart, Janice Jenson, Irene Daschel, Linda Lewis, Katia Ioannidou, Ludmilla Korneev, Valerie McCoy, Gail Schllabel Gwen Jacoby, Kendall Brown Row 3: Louise Taylor Geri Phillips, Peg Thompson, Rhoda Knox, Helen Cornell, Barbara Royce, Nancy Tompkins, Jean Dernbach, Ann Mcflligott, Arlene Jensen, Linda Ziegler, Anne Armstrong, Judy Bresnahan Row 4: Judi Goodwin, Joan Crosby, Sherri Schultz, Trudy Kehret, Carol Lenington, Kaye Cisco, Gerri Lyman, Joice Christen- son, Carolyn Denker, Janet Boone, Marian Elliott, Marag ene Meyer Row 5: Carolyn Jacob, Carol Jo I-Iochmuth, Barbara Bilyeu. Rod Grimm, Ira Wong, Leland Lee, Don Killian, Edward Grellert, Harry Benj arnin, Bob Salvatore, Kathy Evans, Susan Demp- ster, Linda Hines 'I 65 1 Row 1: Jack Graham, Jack Fawcett, Lynn Hewitt, Gary Doht, Steve Corno, Ron Johnson, Charles Stronach, Don Price Row 2: George Hibbs, Gary Ison, Bruce johnson, Frank Brown, Philip McMahon, Forrest Hawkins, Mac Smith, Joe McCray, Bernal Mills, Dave Dumas, Rod Grimm, Merl Hilsenteg er, Row 3: Ronald Rhoads, Doug Leonetti, Mert White, Dick Zielsdorf, Norman Swanson Ron Magee, Dave Johnson, Arlus Bacon, Craig Bakken, Dick Fausett, Paul Jackson, Steve Dorn Row 4: Dave Feig ert, Dennis Allen, ii51'1Nl3ceDtt3L3gb Watt, jim Michealson, ,Ion Cole, Roger Williams, Tom Black, Per Bjerkrnan, Ray Skipton, Larry Brisbee, G11 Miller Fall President-GARY DOHT FAl.L OFFICERS President-GARY DOHT Vice-Pres. -LYNN HEWITT S ecretary-CHUCK STRONACH Treasurer-DON PRICE Sgt. -At-Arms-JACK F AWCETT STEVE CORNO ACTIVITIES Service Projects Career Conference Parking Coke Sale Date Deal Helped at Basketball Games SPRING OFFICERS President-STEVE CORNO Vice-Pres. -RON JOHNSON Siecretary-DON PRICE Treasurer-WAYNE O'BRI.AN Sgt. -At-Arms-LYNN HEWITT JACK GRAHAM Historian BOB WATT 166 qg0Ell . Spring President-STEVE CORNO President-BOB WICK Vice-Pres. -MARK FARAH Secretary-PEGGY THOMPSON Treasurer-ALLEN NEPPER A 'Masque Spring President-PEGGY THOMPSON ACTIVITIES C andy S al e Christmas Party Car Wash Fall President-BOB WICK Meetings SPRING OFFICERS H , , President-PEG THOMPSON, QA - 45 Vice-Pres. -DORIS ALEXANDER Q Secretary-JAN MCKENZIE 1 gg Treasurer-HANNAH LEE 1-1AwK1Ns ,AEA Historian-STEVE MCSHATKO gill! II Chaplain-SHARON LEVERETT sgr. -At-Arms-SHARON MANKHAI MARK FARAH Row 1: Bob Wick, Peg Thompson, Doris Alexander Row 2: Joyce Quinlin, Linda Heintzelrnan, Maryllis Sorenson, Diane I Reichlein, Karen Hermann, Sharon Leverett, Hannah Lee Hawkins, Sandie Nees Row 3: Ian MacKenzie, Rod Grimm, Bob ' Harris, RayNe1son, Lorie Dose, Joyce McCord, Dave Mackey, David Erickson, Steve McShatto, Sharron Mankin 1 67 Row 1: Mary Gritzka, Mr. Richardson, , ichard Diorio, Nancy Tompkins Row 2: Gail Urbani, janel Yoder, Alice Ellingson, Jean Cotter, Fran Muleback Row 3: Kathy Hylan , arian Elliot, Linda Goedeck, Sandra Hulse, Dave Lewis, Marilyn Plopper, Gayle Lucke, Bev Blanchard, Georgia Smith Row 4: Joann Skonnard, Carolyn Jacob, Joyce Christensen, Paulann Whit- man, Roger Parodi, Howard Curtis, Roger Lance, Gordon La Belle, Ma.rgaret'Rust, Bo nie Ferg on, Nancy Holcomb, jan B611 ,A WJ MAN, , Z My I " IJ rj! Lf Q70 fl f M, 5 C . FALLOFFICERS ' Q D0 A I 1 E . , President MARY GRITZKA ,UM ly Vice-Pres. DICK DIORIO Treasurer-GAYLE LUCKE ' M if Historian-PAULANN WHIT Chaplain-KATHY HYLAND Sgt. -At-Arms-CALVIN BOWE -V L , DAVID LEWIS Mp - - L L, zu, A pf secretary-NANCY TOMPKIN ff W W I 7 lf ,, r Fall President-MARY GRITZKA Sitgmcari J, ACTIVITIES Ski Trips Money Making Projects Date Deals Pot-luck Dinner Ski Movies Swim Party SPRING OFFICERS President-RICHARD DIORIO Vice-Pres. -NANCY TOMPKINS Secretary-MARION ELLIOT Treasurer-DAVID LEWIS Historian-ROGER LANCE Chaplain-PAULANN WHITMAN Sgt. -At-Arms-GORDON LABEILE SANDRA HULSE 168 W . spring President-RICHARD Dromo f iil 14ourl3 for Christ' ACTIVITIES Weekly T. V. Show Quiz Team Joint Meetings Tony Fontane Assembly Spring Retreat Northwest Regionals Car Wash President -NANCY FLEISCI-LMANN Aftel--Game Sgcial Rallies OFFICERS President-NANCY FLEISCHMANN ln. Vice-Pres. -ALICE ELLINGSON 2nd vice Pres. -PRISCILLA CARREON Quiz Captain-MARY LOU GILLEN Row 1: Nancy Fleischmann, Mrs. Hadley, Alice E1lingsonRow 2: Marilyn Clark, jacki Bell, Julie Stroup, Karen Tomlinson, Nancy Gillen, Mary Lou Gillen Row 3: Kathy Mouser, Linda Daniels, Sharon Leverett, Wayne Brown, Marion Hunter, Dave Smith, Priscilla Carreon, Jan Adams, Juanetta Wahl Row 4: Judy Discasey, Nancy Laughlin, joy Big elow, Evelyn Hunter, Lynn Lulcens, R'Dean Smith, jan MacKenzie, Carol Lenington, Julie Stenhouse, Judy MacKenzie SOCIAL-SERVICE CLUBS. . . . . I Row 1: Linda Flemming, Joyce Crandall, Miss Cornntt, Katsy Beeman, Janice Olson Row 2: Fran Langston, Joyce Qulnlin, Kathy Stose, Susan Wolff, Jackie Winters Row 3: Georgia Saito, Nancy Thorsen, Marlene Walden, Bev Rief Marie Goughnour, Patricia Hammond, Juanetta Wahl, Mary Schroeder, Jean Dernbach, Margaret Hahn Row 4: Karen Tosl, Max-ag ene Meyer, Trudy Kehret, Louise Dennis, Sharon Brown., Jan Odoms, Doris Jean Alexander, Marilee Losll FALL OFFICERS President-JOYCE CRANDALL Vice-Pres. -MARY BETH EATON Secretary-JANICE OLSON Treasurer-LINDA FLEMING Historian-DORIS ALEXANDER Chaplain-KAREN TOSI Sgt. -At-Arms-KATSY BEEMAN LOUISE DENNIS Club Reporter-MARIE GOUGHNOUR Parliamentarian-MARLENE WALDEN ACTIVITIES Ushered for Commencement Almanac Party Picklecicle Sale Joint Meetings After Game Dance Faculty Tea Date Deals Fall President-JOYCE CRANDALL Alumni Tea Parents Pot-luck SPRING OFFICERS President-KATSY BEEMAN Vice-Pres. -JANICE o1.soN Secretary-LOUISE DENNIS Treasurer-MARLENE WALDEN Chaplain-DORIS ALEXANDER Historian-MARILEE Losu f Club Reporter-JEAN DERNBACH Sgr. -A:-Arms-NANCY THORSEN Parliarnentarian-JOYCE CRANDAJJ., 4 af , FRAN LANcs'roN 170 al me v axe Spring President-KATSY BEEMAN President-JUDY SHAW Vice-Pres. -MOLLY MILLIRON S ecretary-ARLENE STRADER Treasurer-LYNNE SMITH Historian-JOAN PETERSON Chaplain-JULIE STROUP Sgt. -At-Arms-SANDRA BRUST JANICE JENSEN M Defra Bam ACTIVITIES Sweethearts Swirl Rummage Sale 3-Way Date Deal Joint Meetings Op en House Car Wash Alumni Tea SPRING OFFICERS President-LYNNE SMITH Vice-Pres. -JOAN PETERSON Secretary-JULIE STROUP Treasurer-ARLENE STRADER Chaplain-MARION RASSMUSSEN Historian-BEV BIGGAR Sgt. -At-Arms-JUDY ELSENBACH MARY SPINA in Club Reporter-BEV ANDERSON Row 1 Arlene Strader, Judy Shaw, Mrs. Finley, Lynne Smith, Joan Peterson Row 2: Sharlene Boad, Linda Lewis, Irene Daschel, Louise Taylor, Judy Lolley, Karen Schmidt, Phyllis Miller, Sharron Monk, Mary Spina Row 3 Rita Robertson, Julia Stroup, Bev Biggar, Jane Sherman, Yvonne Stevenson, Arlene Jensen, Shirlee Roth, Sandie Nees, Janice Jenson, Cathy Wolf Row 4 Judy Griffin, Bev Anderson, Marion Rasmussen, Judy Elsenbach, Judy Wolfe, Nancy Murie, Sandy Brust, Sharon Leverett, Linda 171 Row 1: Joy Burdick, Bernice Kimball, Mrs. Martin, Alice VanderMartin, Pat Murphy Row 2: Karen Henning, Sherri Trueb, Vera. Grenz, Jan Trizil, Carol Binam, Eloise Smrkovsky, Charlene Hostetter, Kim Lee, Bonnie Martell Row 3: Jan Gallucci, Sandy Stelzenrnueller, SonjaR1ddle, Sharon Jenkins, Karen Urke, Mary Ann Arnold, Karen Stehenmueller, Sharon Shockey, Alberta Morris, Judy Hoelzer Row 4: Karen Dahl, Ann Watldnds, Linda Tonseth, Carolyn Rouse, Ruth Sommers, Leanne Beck, Kathy Peterson, Judy Boggard, Maralyn Skelton, Judy Olson Fall President-BERNICE KIMBALL Emafayo FALL OFFICERS President-BERNICE KIMBALL lst. Vice-Pres. -JUDY PEPPER Zcd. Vice-Pres. -JOY BURDICK S ecretary-PAT MURPHY Treasurer-KIM LEE Historian-KAREN HENNING Chaplain-SANDY STELZENMUELLER Sgt. -At-Arms-ALBERTA MORRIS KAREN STELZENMUELLER ACTIVITIES Date Deal Rummage Sale Joint Meetings Washed Elk Party at Albertina Kerr Baby Home Sold Caramelled Apples SPRING OFFICERS President-ALICE VANDERMARTIN lst. Vice-Pres. -PAT MURPHY Zcd. Vice-Pres. -SANDY STELLZENMUELLER Secretary-SONJA RIDDLE Treasurer-JAN GALLUCI Historian-ANN WATKINDS Chaplain-JUDY I-IOELZER Sgt. -At-Arms-JAN TRIZIL MARY LOU BOHANNAN Club Reporter-MARY ANN ARNOLD Parliamentarian-BERNICE KIMBEL 172 Spring President-ALICE VANDERNIARTIN FALL OFFICERS Vice-Pres. -BEVERLY TENERELLI Sr. Council Rep. -KAREN NEAL Jr. Council Rep. -JOANNE SKONNARD S ecretary-CAROL FORD Treasurer-PAULANN WHITMAN Historian-KATHY HYLAND Sgt. -At-Arms-KATHY MCBRIDE ORAJEAN JOHNSON Chaplain-SALLY HANGLAND Service Chairman-BEV BLANCHARD Entertainment Chairman-CATHIE NELSON President-JOAN CROSBY I I ACTIVITIES Spring President-JUDY CASCLATO Progressive Dinner Chuck Wagon Spag et-tog ether Joint Meetings Ushered for School Play Date Deal Bought Student Body President Pin Fall President-JOAN cnosm' Iffffldilflfn House P Intramural Sports SPRING OFFICERS President-JUDY cAsc1A'ro vice-Pres. -KAREN NEAL 5 Q s ecretary-BEV TENERELL1 5 A Treasurer-FRAN MULEBACK I Q chaplain-sA1.LY HANGLAND ' - Historian-PAULANN WHITMAN Sgr. -At-Arms-CATHY NELSON MARLEEN FREEMAN Row 1: Joan Crosby, Judy Casciato Qnot pictured-Mrs. Barn.hartJ Row2: Carla Tenny, Cathie Nelson, Judi Goodwin, Peggy Plowman, Chrissy McLennan, Kathy McBride, Fran Muleback, Susan Vincent, Sharron Marconi Row 3: Dianna Briggs, Bev Blanchard, Sally Hangland, Joanne Skonnard, Jan Bell, Marleen Freeman, Dianne Zellner, Kathy Hyland, Mary Gritzka. Beverlv Tenerelli Row A: Sandra Spence, Carol Ford, Paulann Whitman, Bonnie Ferguson, Joyce Nicholson, Judy Murray, Orajean Johnson, Joy Brockmann, Pam McLane Janice Dalbey, Irene Gomez 173 Row 1: Pat Wahlstrom, Martha Hoyt, Miss Woodward, Ronda Zllk, Joy Anderson Row 2: Susan Baird, Carol Mitchell, Kathy Modum, Cherie Magee, Diane Hamilton, Joanne Butterfield, JoAnn Martinsen, Jackie Brasesco, Jennie Brockbank, Peggy I-Ieimzelman Row 3: Penny Roan, Alice Ellingson, Judy Cheeseman, Kandy Miller, Donna Berglund, Janet Soles, Marilyn Soljaga, Sylvia Simmons, Carol Wlrtz, Sue Norgard, Jeanne Gregory Row 4: Carol Crook, Chris Kristensen, Barbara Walker, Sandra Sabin, Kathy Doran, Phyllis Fuller, Ida May Rabick, Sandra Stone1a.ke, Joan Brockman FALL OFFICERS President-MARTHA HOYT Vice-Pres. -PAT WAHLSTROM Secretary-JOY ANDERSON Treasurer-RONDA ZILK Historian-PENNY ROAN Chaplain-KATHY MODUM Sgt. -At-Arms-IOXTHY DORAN CAROL WIRTZ ACTIVITIES Football Foldup Rummxnag e Sale Anniversary Sale Service Hours Joint Meetings Christmas Card Sales Slumber Parties Alumni Tea Pau President-MART1-1A HOYT Friendship SPRING OFFICERS President-RONDA ZILK Vice-Pres. -JOY ANDERSON Secretary-KATHY DORAN Treasurer-JO ANN MARTINSON Chaplain-CAROL CROOK Historian-DIANE HAMILTON Sgt. -At-Arms-DONNA BERGLUND CHRIS PETERSON M341 ' r 1449 I AIC' I4 lg OWN' spring President-RONDA ZILK FALL OFFICERS President-LYNN HEWITT lflllmincm Vice-Pres. -FRED SURBAUGH Secretary-JACK FAWCETT Treasurer-GEORGE HOSS Historian-KEN KOLB ACTIVITIES Hula Luau Alumni Drive After Game Dance Money Making Projects Paper Drive Swimming Parties Stag Parties Fall President-LYNN HEWIT1' SPRING OFFICERS President-JACK FAWCETF Vice-Pres. -JIM DARBY Secretary-FRANK ITAMI Treasurer-GEORGE. HOSS Historian-JOHN ARENA Sgt. -At-Arms-HOWARD HAMILTON DON PRICE Spring President-JACK FAWCETI' Row 1: Fred Surbaugh, Lynn Hewitt, Mr. Paulin, Jack Fawcett, Jim Darby Row 2: Mike Moe, Gary Chatterton, Richard Gordon, Clair Price, Larry Goedeck, Ed Taylor, Ken Kolb, Gary Doht Row 3: Norm Forg ey, John Arena, Dennis Crook, Mert White, Jim Towne, Jack Graham, Jack Shields, Joe McCray Row 4: Frank Itami, Don Price, Duane Stogldill, Fred Maffei, Tom Black Jerry Bergstrom, gGeorge Hoss, Steve Rankin, Dave Spire Bill Blake, Howard Hamiton Insert: Mr. Mahoney gg I75 gg ..i:- ' V,-.. H Row 1: Melva James, Mrs. Stockbridge, Jan MacKenzie Row 2: Donna Fischer, Lani Gorowski, Mary Gray, Sandra Kinyon, Sondra Laing, Anita Willis Row 3: Shari Hitchman, Pat Hutton, Carol McMillan, Roberta Westlake, Joanne F lox-ea, Vernisa Sharp, Judy Stockbridge Row 4: Judy MacKenzie, Judy Rehberg, Terri Westberg, Betty Hults, Laures Williams, Rosemary Stanley, Kaye Cisco, Darlene Chamberlain V FALL OFFICERS President-MELVA JANIES Vice-Pres. -JAN MCKENZIE Secretary-DARLENE CHAMBERLAIN Treasurer-ILAYE CISCO Corresponding Sec. -LANI GAROWSKI Prograrn Chairman-JUDY STOCKBRIDGE Historian-'I'ERRl1.L WESTBERG chaplain-BETTY HULTS Club Reporter-MARY GRAY Sgt. -At-Arms-MARILYN CLIFFORD ACTIVITIES Faculty Tea Alumni Tea Joint Meetings Date Deal Rummage Sale Annual Progressive Mothers Party After Game Dance Dinner Fall President-MELVA JAMES SPRING OFFICERS Q Q President-JAN MCKENZIE - . - ERL Vice Pres DARLENE CHAMB Secretary-LANI GOROWSKI Treasurer-ROSEMARY STANLEY Historian-MARY GRAY Chaplain-BETTY HULTS Sgt. -At-Arms-SANDRA KINYON ' 176 AIN Spring President-JAN McKENZIE President-CAROLYN JACOB Vice-Pr es. -LINDA BACON S ecr etary-JANEL YODER Treasur er-JOYCE MCCORD Historian-HELEN CORNELL Sgt. -At-Arms-BEVERLY JOLLY Chapl ain-PAT HARRIS Club Reporter-LORIE DOSE JC Z K e Spring President-JANEL YODER ACTIVITIES Money Making Projects I Services Joint Meetings Slumber Parties ' Senior Party Pot-luck Dinner Fall President-CAROLYN JACOB . Eifggilguties Anniversary Dinner SPRING OFFICERS President-JANEL YODER Vice-Pres. -JOYCE MCCORD Secretary-PAT HARRIS v Treasurer-LORIE DOSE 1 Chaplain-SHARON DOLSON -i s Historian-KAREN HERRMANN Sgt. -At-Arms-LINDA TASH CAROLYN JACOB . , G, 1 e S seis ki ss X Row 1: Joyce McCord, Janel Yoder, Mrs. Veatch, Carolyn Jacob, Linda Bacon Row 2: Sharon Isaacs, Katia Ioannidou, Marilyn Andrus, Angel Schreiber, Janet Winter, Linda Tash Row 3: Sharon Cornell, Helen Cornell, Sharon Goetz, Pat Harris, Liz Cyrus, Shirley Pal- mer, Mary Ann Scislo Row 4: Sharon Dolson,Ka.ren Herrmann, Christine Wethern, Lorie Dose, Roberta Mark, Debbie Albrecht 177 Row 1: Gary Cornilles, Mr. Cornllles, john Petrovich, Gary Bail Qnot pi?tL1red-Denny Wellln-Fall Pres. Q Row 2: Rod Grimm, Dua. Hirsch, Stan Deakin, Warren Marshall, Ben Langston, Jim Fisher, Ted Hartzell, Dave Heller, Gene Vollmer Row 3: Steven Crosby, Leo Hval, Joel McCloud, Jack Khink, Gary Balogh, Ron Hval, Glen Stose, Len Nelson, Dick Solberg, Bob Wick Row 4: Dale Oishi, jack Palmer, Roger Hart, Doug Fletcher, Jeff Bray, Bob Reiter, john Summers, James Michaelson, Mell Vale, Pete Briedwel, jim Panther FALL OFFICERS President-DENNY WBLLIN Vice-Pr es. -JOHN PETROVICH Secretary-GARY CORNILLES Treasurer-GARY BAU- Historian-MEL VALE Chaplain-JIM FISHER Sgr. -Af-Arms-GARY BALOUGH LENDON NELSON ACTIVITIES joint Meetings Rummage Sale I. C. C. Sports After Game Dance Car Washes Date Deal Stag Parties Fall President-D1-m1N1s WELLIN 5 ewices SPRING OFFICER President -101-IN PETROVICH Vice-Pres. -GARY CORNILLES Secretary-JIM MICHALSON Historian- JIM FISHER ' Chaplain-STAN DEAKIN I sgr. -Ar-Arms4DENNY WELLIN U ,lf tz LEO HVAJ. 178 V Spring President-JOHN PETROVICH FALL OFFICERS President-NORMA SPINA Vice-Pres. -ALICE MARTINSON Secretary-LINDA GOEDECK Treasurer-BARBARA ROYCE Corresponding Sec. -CLAUDIA WALKER Historian-VALERI MCCOY Chaplain-SHARON RUREY Club Reporter-SHARON MCCLELLEN Sgt. -At-Arms-BEVERLEE BROOKS KARIN HAGG Spring President-LINDA GOEDECK ACTIVITIES Christmas Basket Alumni Tea Joint Meetings Rummage Sale Car Wash Date Deal Fall President-NORMA SPINA SPRING OFFICERS President-LINDA GOEDECK Vice-Pres. -SHARON RUREY 4 . Secretary-MADELINE TAYLOR :I Treasurer-ALICE MARTINSON 6 Chaplain-KARIN HAGG B Historian-SHARON McCLELLEN f Club Reporter-BEVERLEE. BROOKS 5 Sgt. -At-Arms-CAROL SMITH ' CAROLYN SMITH -, 4, Y . ,,,,, , , M. .,,, ,,,,, ..,5,.,,, 's Row 1: Alice Martinson, Norma Spina, Mrs. Perkins, Linda Goedeck, Sharon Rurey Row 2: Judy Leischner, Valerie McCoy, Beatrice McCormick, Sandra Brown, Kathy Johnston, Dolores DeFrancisco, Beverlee Brooks Row 3: Claudia Walker, Marcia Miller, Barbara Bilyeu, Bonnie Jensen, Kathy Evans, Madeline Taylor, Barbara Royce 179 Row 1: Mary Ann Vanek, Miss Ray, Patty Danielson, Lynne Vinson Row 2: Judie Edenburn, Ella Pratt, Audrey Muller, Jerilynn Stelzner, Nancy Bohannon, Patty Richards, Marina Furrer Row 3: Marilyn Creamer, Frances Kane, Nancy Joy, Donna Farber, Erica Turner, Kathy Richert, Lynne Gehrke, Judy Burke, Sandra Davis, Marie Bocain FALL OFFICERS President-MARY ANN VANEK Vice-Pres, -PATTY DANIELSON Secretary-LYNN VINSON Treasurer-IERILYN STELZNER Historian-AUDREY MULLER Chaplain-MARIE BOCAIN Sgt. -At-Arms-KATHY RICHERT ACTIVITIES Bake Sale Joint Meetings Progressive Dinner Candy Sale Fall President-MARY ANN VANH SPRING OFFICERS President-PATTY DANIELSON Vice-Pres. -LYNNE VINSON Secretary-AUDREY MULLER Treasur er-NANCY BOHANNAN 1 Historian-KATHY RICHERT Chaplain-LYNNE GEHRKE Sgt. -At-Arms-DONNA FARBER MARILYN CREAMER 180 Spring President-PATTY DANIELSON President-DOUG GREER Vice-Pres. -JOHN LAI-ITI Secretary-CHUCK STRONACI-I Treasurer-GARY BALL Historian-RAY NELSON Chaplain-STEVE JONES Sgt. -At-Arms-ROY SAMSEL ROGER WILLIAMS Parliam entarian-RON JOHNSON Opmmsr Spring President-ROGER WILLIAMS ACTIVITIES Date Deals joint Meetings Helped Goodwill Caroling Party Ushering Fall President-DOUG OREER gjfftlffflfscidup Football G am es SPRING OFFICERS laolilllx, qv X130 President-ROGER WILLIAMS 0 v. Vice-Pres. -LOUIS KAEOH I, D pf Secretary-JOHN LAHTI 0 si Treasurer-FRED LEMNITZER 5,3 'V 'Chaplain-ROLAND BOYCE lq.1,pnf Historian-DICK WILLIAMS Sgt. -At-Arms-DAVE JOHNSON RAY NELSON Row 1: John Lahti, Doug Greer, Mr. McKee, Roger Williams, Louie Kaech Row 2: Sheldon Baker, Dave Jones, Steve Strader, Paul Jackson, Ron Johnson, Al Bridges, IDick Schlosser, Dennis Greer, Dick Fausett. Ron Brown Row 3: Bruce johnson, Roland Boyce, Jeff Chang, Dave Wigg, Wayne O'Brien, Charles Stronach, G11 Miller, Dick Williams, Gary Ball, Bob Salvatore, Ira Wong Row 4: Arlus Bacon, Ray Nelson, Per Bjerkman, Roy Sampsel, Steve Jones, Don McConnell, Jim. Wright, Fred Lemnluer, Howard Curtis, Steve Perrin, Ron More 181 Row 1: Mary Ann Taylor, Mrs. Norlin, Laurie Hansen, Kathy Hill Row 2: Loretta Caudill, Barbara Como, Janet Scates, Chris Miller, Diane Benton, Rose Ann Kowalchuk, Sondra Peterson, Gail Urbani, Bev Banford, Ann Reese, Judy Peterson, Kathy F org ey, Bonnie Rhoads, Judy Wetteland, Sylvia Goodwin, Sue Roberts, Lola Andrews, Mary Tosi, Val Doht, Nancy Palmer, Georgene Winistorfer, Eileen Davis, Linda Halter, Nancy Piro, Ida Mae Heintz, Lynne Cong er Row 4: Gayle Lucke, Arlene Hag er, Comella Nelson, Dee Ray, Michaele Norton, Andrea Berglund, Margaret Rust, Drue Bamum, Susan Dempster, Judy Burgard, Barbara Qualley, Bumjs Val- ian, Mike McCormick, Shirley Kachel FALL OFFICERS President-MARY ANN TAYLOR Vice-Pres. -LAURIE I-IANSEN Secretary-KATHY HILL Treasurer-MIKE MCCORMICK Historian-ANN REESE Chaplain-KATHY F ORGEY Corresponding Sec. -SYLVIA GOODWIN Club Reporter-SHIRLEY KACI-IEI. Sgt. -At-Arms -JUDY WETTELAND IDA MAE I-IEINTZ ACTIVITIES Date Deals Joint Meetings Annual Tathy Pot-luck 3-Way Date Deal S e1-vices Car Washes Slumber Parties Fall President-MARY ANN TAYLOR SPRING OFFICERS President-LAURIE HANSEN Vice-Pres. -KATHY HILL Secretary-ANN REESE Treasurer-SONDRA PETERSON Chaplain-SUE DEMPSTER Historian-SHIRLEY' KACHEL Sgt. -At-Arms-BURNIS VALIAN ROSE ANN KOWALCHUK Corresponding Sec. -LORETTA CAUDILL Club Reporter-BARBARA CORNO mtafbalbn Spring President-LAURIE HANSEN Fall President-SANDRA sN1D1-:R J N FALL OFFICERS Pres1dent SANDRA SNYDER Secretary DIANE BOOTH Treasurer-JOYCE STUCK Historian-ANN MCELLIGOTT Chaplain-MARILYN PLOPPER Sgt. -At-Arms-CAROL JO HOCHMUTH CAROL BROLLIAR viCg-Pr.e-PATBERRETH V D C61 Club Reporter-LINDA ARENA Parliamentarian-SUE EVEN ACTIVITIES Rummag e Sale Car Wash Date Deal Joint Meetings Bake Sale Sold Programs Thanksgiving Basket Faculty Tea SPRING OFFICERS President-SHARON NUGENT Vice-Pres. -MARILYN PLOPPER Secretary-PAT BERRETH Treasurer-LUDMILLA KORNEEV Chaplain-JUNE BRASK Historian-LINDA I-IINES Sgt. -At-Arms-BARBARA SOLES LINDA ARENA Spring President-SHARON NU GEN T Row 1: Pat Berreth, Sandy Snider, Miss Boelts, Sharon Nugent, Marilyn Plopper Row 2: Dianne Dole, Barbie Gaspro, Carol Brolliar, Karen Nyberg, Ludmilla Korneev, Diane Booth, Marlene Wallace Row 3: Dorothy McFarlane, Linda Arena, Sherry Gayton5 Ann McE11igotl:, Joyce Stuck, Hannah Lee Hawkins Row 4: Sue Even, June Brask, Caro Jo Hochmuth, Sharon Delorme, Barbara Soles, Linda Hines 183 Row 1: Paul Davidson, joe Maio, Mr. Johnson, Craig Bakken, Ron Marchington Row2: Mark Farah, Dave Dumas, Ken Shipley, Doug Leonettl, Bill Hanson, Barry Warner, Denny I-lag an, Dave Whitsell, Steve Papasadero, Dick Thorp Row 3: Frank Brown, Mike Azorr, Thorn Clement, Steve Corno, Jim Betts, Bob Palmer, Gary Morton, Mike Adams, Larry Brisbee, Byron Reglin, jim Kidwiler, Gordon La.Belle Fall President-JOE MAIO FALL OFFICERS President-JOE MAIO Vice-Pres. -PAUL DAVIDSON Secretary-LARRY BRISBEE Treasurer-LYNN FAWCETT Sgt. -At-Arms-CRAIG BAKKEN Chaplain-MIKE AZORR Historian-RON MARCHINGTON Club Reporter-BARRY WARNER ACTIVITIES Rummage Sale Progressive Dinner joint Meetings Date Deals Car Washes After Game Dance I. C. C. Sports Faculty Tea SPRING OFFICERS President-CRAIG BAKKEN Vice-Pres. -RON MARC!-IINGTON Secretary-STEVE CORNO Treasurer-BOB PALMER Chaplain-MARK FARAH Historian-CORDON LABELLE Sgt. -At-Arms-JOE MAIO 184 ibn, 4 6 13 Vs Spring President-CRAIG BAKKEN FALL OFFICERS f President-VICKI WHITELY S Vice-Pres. -JUEL EVANS Secretary-NANCY HOLCOMB ' Treasurer-BERNICE JONES Historian-JEANNIE ELLEDGE Chaplain-JEAN GRAUE Sgt. -At-Arms-DIANE JOHNSON GAII. PALLANT Club Reporter-MELBA KECK Parliamentarian-LAURIE HARRIL Corresponding Sec. -NANCY CROMWELL Spring President-IUEL EVANS ACTIVITIES Annual Han 'n Tater Dinner Car Wash Date Deal Friendship Services Fall President-VICKI WHITELY Money Making Projects SPRING OFFICERS President-IUEL EVANS Vice-Pres. -NANCY HOLCOMB Secretary-MELBA KECK Treasurer-NANCY CROMWELL Chaplain-LAURIE HARRIS Historian-DIANA JOHNSON Sgt. -At-Arms-GAIL SCHNOBLE LAUNIE WADDLE Row 1: Nancy Holcomb, Vicki Whiteley, Mrs. Rideout, Juel Evans, Nancy Cromwell Row 2: May Abraham, Diane Reichlein, Gail Schnabel, Charlotte Day, Jean Grave, Bernie Jones Row 3: Pat Peterson, Diana Johnson, Bonnie Henkel, Jeanne Underwood, Carol Twedt, Joyce Adams, Donna Romeike Row 4: Gerri Lyman, Gail Pallant, Carol Black, Laurie Harris, Nancy Hopkins, Launie Waddle, Sharon Beccaria, Barbara Willis 'LQ.F Row 1: Mr. Pierce, Mr. Noehl, Mr. Mahoney Row 2: James Scovil, Walter Maison Row 3: Russell Cook, Bob Battermann, Gorson Smith, Row 4: Wayne Brown, Pete Boucher, Bob Wightman, Richard Wightman Presid ent-JOHN VENNER W n,b M h ol-'Flcms President-JOHN VENNER Vice-Pres. -BOB HARRIS Secretary-MARTIN LINDLEY Treasurer-TOM PEPER Historian-JIM GREENFIELD Chaplain-LARRY WALTER Sgt. -At-Arms-BILL MORCUM 'Mies Row 1: Bob Harms, Mr Scheele, john Venner Row 2 B111 I-I1er1, Tom Pepper Row 3 jerry Cornehus, joe Detz, B111 Morcum Quiff ri Scroff OFFICERS - ' President-MARIAN ELLIOT Vice-Pres. -NANCY THORSEN Secretary-Treasurev MARIE GOUGHNOUR Sgt. -At-Arms-ROD GRIMM JOEL MCCLOUD President-MARION ELLIOTT Row 1: Nancy Thorsen, Mr. Botti, Marion Elliott Row 2: Alice VanderMartin, Marie Goughnom, Alice Ellingson, Pat Wahlsu-om, Rod Grimm, joy Burdick, Joel McCloud, Sharon Nugent, Steve Raise C515 Afiium , 5 , ,,, ' xt: if STE 2 X? Eat hearty, boys. Buttons G new member of They seem to be having a good time! DELTA BETA PHI??? What as thls?'? clil 6 Bclrnccle Bill KCIGCIW Scl1losser's Pool Hall Beaching of LECOHA'S beach 'rrip i88 Congratulations, Penny! IHI KI KI, kind of mixed-up, girls? Alhum The men of SANNZ seem to be enjoying their ioint meeting . For CENTHALIS'S pledges, "lt's only the beginning ." Working hard? GULICK members congratulating their new sisters . What do we have here? LOUISE DENNIS Editing the Almanac for the year l958-59 was senior Louise Dennis. Through her efforts and hard work, the staff has produced another pub- lication for you, the stu- dents of Franklin . MRS. PUCKETT Mrs. Puckett, advisor for the Almanac staff, has worked diligently. for the yearbook, giving up much of her time to help the staff produce a book wor- thy of the tradition of our school. THE LMANAC STAFF Row One L to R.5J. Jenson, J. Hoelzer, B. Ross, D. Ray. Row Two: B. Brooks, L. Dennis j Hadley K C1sco I Peterson M M1111OTH, J. Dernbach, Berreth, A. Berglund. Row Three: j. Shields, Mrs. Puckett advlsor t - l - - 190 S Clarke D Owens D Bauer J Lahtl Staffs: Joyce Shields, Editor, Judy Hoelzer. Clubs: Bev Brooks, Jean Dernbach, Andy Berglund. -5 Sports: Ira Wong, Editor, John Lahti, Dick Bauer. Seniors and Faculty: Joan Peterson, Editor, Delores Ray, Molly Milliorn. Classes: Janice Jenson, Editor, Barbara Ross. Business: Janice Hadley, Editor, Kaye Cisco, Stan Clarke. Copy' Danny Owens Editor Layout: Molly Milliorn, Editor, - , , P B th Dave Soderberg. Jean Dernbach, Delores at erre , Ray, Louise Dennis. , mlm., 191 MR. LIDO BOTTI Advisor SHARON NUGENT MARIE GOUGHNOUR Editor Editor THE P0 T FF Row One: L. to R. 5 J. Burdick, A. Vander Martin, S. Nugent, N. Thorsen, B. Bigger, A. Ellingson, P. Wahlstrorn. Row Two: Mr. Botti, advisor, M. Elliott, S. Roise, M. Taylor, M. Goughnour, M. Hoyt, E. Hunter. Row Three: G. Morton, R. Grim, G. Hoss, J. McCloud, J. Schmunk. Franklin's weekly publication, the -limi, has completed another successful year in the field of ioumalism. Sharon Nugent, fall -If-ost editor, was the city of Portland's iournalistic representa- tive to the national Teenage Conference, sponsored by Ford Motor Company and held in Deer-- bom, Michigan . The 'Post has constant lst. class ratings and has had several of its members writing for a local paperiw- 192 , 59 Photographer: Steve Roise. Assistant Page Editors: Marian Page Editors: Sharon Nugent, Elliot, Pat Wahlstwm, Marie Alice Mander Mmm, Allice Goughnour, Joel McCloud. Ellingson, Jerry Sphmunk. Wfitefsi NZUCY Thofsenr Bev Sports: Jerry Schmunk, editor, Business: Martha Hoyt, Evelyn 3199313 Mary Ann TaY10l':. Joel McCloud, Gary Morton, Hunter, Rod Grim. Joy Burdick, exchange ed1tor. George H0350 l93 rt Staff Row One: L. to R., P. Whitman, L. Andrews, G. Coigny, J. Jackson, D. Thompson. Row Two: J.. Gotell, V. Farriss, B. Warner, J. Michaelson, T. Barnes, G. Bail, K. Cummings, Mr. Doerter. L. to R.. A. Archie, B. crane, L. Hoddeirk, J. Seaffert, J. McGray. Dave Erickson, stage manag er, was busily engaged in Christmas settings and is therefore not pictured. Stage Crew L. to R., I. Hoover, I. Murray, P. Sept, J. jackson, S. Mc Shatko, M. Vanek, Mr. Shaffer, advisor. 194 uhlieit Staff Row One: L. to R., I. Wong, B. Salvatore, D. Ray, J. Schmunk, fall chairman, J. Jenson, spring chairman, M. Rasmussen, R. Boyce, M. Goughnour, K. Austin. uaker Shakers Row One: L. to R.: D. Dole, S. Schrock, B. Beckman, I. Griffith. Row Two: S. Tillman, P. Johnson, L. Mc Jann, M. Sorenson, C. Brolliar. Row Three: D. Soderburg, I. Underwood, B. Willis, M. Goughnoux, Mrs. Norton, advisor. ain ffiee Secretaries . ttendanee Secretaries J. Evans, L. Fleming, B. Martsolf. Row Two: K. Doody, C. Crook, E. Hunter, A. Strader, P. Carreon. Row Three: E. Noyes O. johnson I. Shaw P. Murphey N. crbmweu, s. shockey. ' , 195 ROW One: L- to R-: R. Turner, M. Losli, J. Mcxenzie B. Blanchard, D. Romeike, L. Nelson. 7 Student Clerk Row One: L. to R., Nlrs. Miller, advisor, E.. Leverett, S. jenkins, J. McKenzie, D. l-lornbeck, C. Eaton, D. Mc Farlane, I. Brask, L. Koenig, I. Tyson, L. Ziegler. Row Two: L. Arena, J. Wahl, P. Murphy, K. Lee, R. Wilson, M. Milliorn, N. Fleischmann, R. Mark, N. Wahl, S. Frustaci. Row Three: N. Krigbaum, B.C.A. Secretaries Row One: L. to R.: M. Clifford, M. Bocain, B. Mc Kee, B. Banford, C. McCloud. Row Two: N. Joy, B. Brooks M. Vanlck, J. Crandall, J. Nance, S. Mc Clellen, A. Skeltm. Row Three: Mrs. Blair, advisor, C. Peterson, A. Watkinds, M. Jones, D. Chamberlain, J. Florien. Row Four: R. Miller, E. Noyes, S. Dempster, K. Cisco, I. Rutherford, D. Farber, G. Smith. ' 196 ire Squad ,, Taylor, assistant chiet, L Fawcett, captain, Mr, Bennett, advisor. Row Two: D. Gault, W. Smith, D. Stronach, S Roberts, S Kachel, J Anderson, I Bell, A. MeE1ligott, P. Plowman, M. Lynd, K. Harris. Row Three: I Brockxnan, D Kasner, L Crockett, C. Purdey, T. Warren, W. Cheney, D. Blanco, D. Hayner, B. Slayton, D Donnelby, L Doyle, M Boling, K. Herrman, M. jones, I. McKenzie, S. Christy. Row Four: D. Leonetti. R jolly G Tyler, W Kiebler H Garrison, R. johnson, S. Crosby, F. Itami. D. Stogsclill, G. LaBel1e, B. Schestka, M Rooch, T Vanek, B Braeback, D. Wigg, D. Schlosser. Row Five: I. Reichlein, B. Huribug, D. Hewes, B. Palmer, I. Barrett, B. Watt, L. Hewett, G. Hoss, L. Skidmore, R. Sampsel, B. Blake, J. Betts, Row One: L. to R., Brisbee, colonel, M. White, lst. captain, B. McIntosh, captain, S. Como, chief, E. B. Sundic, D. Allen, C. Taylor, D. Zurnwalt, S. R:-mdol. P ojeetionists Row One: L. to R., L. Kelly, I. Molzan, R. Rossi. Row Two: Mr. Rurnpakis, advisor, C. Cattardi, R. Scotter, T. Bentley, L. Willis, W. Cheney, G. Fumen. Row Three: P. Krueger, B. Le Rea. Row Four: K. Halvorson, R. Guengerich, M. Gosen, D. Hewes, B. Estes, G. Schultz, H. Thompson, P. Mitts, A. Casebere. . 'B - I97 i P.'l'. . Row Qne: L. to R., Mrs. Brask, Mrs. W. I. Gilstrap, Mrs. R. Harrington, Mrs. B. Watt, Mrs. F.,,Mil1er. Mrs. R. C. Mmmce, MIS- H- Degermark, Mrs. Shirley, Mrs. H. Colfelt. Row Two: Mrs. W. Cash. Mrs. ,T. L. Gritzka. Mrs. G. Blanchard, Mrs. H. Bell, Mrs. R.O. Kerman, Mrs. S. Roice, Mrs. Fitshough, Mrs. j. Dicker, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Wheeler, Wheeler, Mrs. Sawyer, Mrs. T. Ray, Mrs. Williams. Row Three: Mr. Mahonev. Auditor, Mr. R. Taylor, teacher Vice-President, Dr. D. Stotler, Supervisor of Science, Portland Public Schools, Mrs. F. Weiler, President, Miss Grant, Parliamentarian, Mrs. R. H. Marchington, Historain, Mrs. C. Sandoz, Secretary, Mrs. R. Wigg, 1stVice-President, Mrs. A. E. Odoms, 2nd Vice-President. a S' lub ea Ek. E Fiirii UNLV Row One: L. to R., Mr. H. Stelzenrnueller, Mr. T. Sauer, Mr. W. Winlin, Mr. G. Williams, i Mr. F. Mc Elligott, Mr. E. Zielsdorf, Mr. J. Dyer, Mr. A. Hoss. Row Two: M.r.'Romeike, Mr. Riechlien, president, Mr. Morton, Mr. E. Oscarson, Mr. Peterson, Mr. Verment. l98 areer onferenee Row One: L. to R., G. Urbani, L. I-leintzelman, P. Tanger. Row Two: J. McAllister, J. Pliska, R. Robertson, M. Lynd, L. Vinson, D. Craig, D. Leonettl, P. Berreth, M. Milliorn, S. Rigdon, C. Creekpaum, D. Donnelly, M. Taylor. K. Mouser. I. Chapman. S. McClellan, S. Stelzenmueller. Row Three: R. Binam, C. Kilgore, E. Taylor, K. Miller, D. Zellner, J. Stiles, G. jordan, L. Goedeck, S. Neels, J. Neclrow, M. Moe. Row Four: D. Nielsen, C. Jacob, L. Tonseth, S. Thomas, G. Phillips, D. Hornbach, N. Wahl, M. Soljaga, M. Creamer, P. Hutton, R. Clark, C. Stronach, H. Garrison, M. Azorr, A. Armstrong, B. Qualley, J. Skonnard, J. Burgard, M. Elliott, L. Arena, B. Gilstrop, M. Lindsley, K. Gustafson. Row Five: C. Orme, P. Whitman, R. Mark, P. Peterson, I. Broclcmann, S. Spidal, K. Evans, R. johnson, D. Williams, E. Grellert, I. Towne, M. Grant, R. Michals, T. Mc Gann, Z. Billings, L. Dose, P. Lewis, B. Russell, M. Hoyt, K. Beeman, J.. Smith. Career onference epresentatlves Career Confernece Representatives: L. to R., Row One, J. Ishida, N. Dempster, R. Robertson, S. Dixon, L. Tonseth, J. Skonnard, E. Hunter, I. Crandall, A. McE1liqott. D. Stelzenmueller, M. Lynd, Row Two, K. Dahl, N. Spina, M. Tosi, D. Balcom, J. Chapman, D. Armstrong, L. Goedeck, J. Flledge, S. Kachel, E. Davis, D. Zellner, S. Neels. Row Three: L. Conger, M. Elliot, D. Ray, B. Wilson, S. Beccaria, P. Peterson, B. Bilyeu, K. Evans, L. Dose, M. Taylor, B. Gilstrap, J. Anderson. Row Four: D. Donnelly, N. Anderson, R. Clark, L. Marler, D. Thompson, J. Girtein, B. Campbell, F. Surbah, B. Seaman. 99 Mr. Art Rust Sr., Franl-4lin's head cus- todian, has servedthe Quakers for a period ofthirteenyears. Prior to this he did janatorial work atKel1ogg grade school and at the Ad- ministrationbuilding. Now that Mr. Rust is retireing, he looks for- ward to a long va- cation, after which time he will begin work in the Real Es- tate business. Custodial Staff Row One: L. to R., G. johnson, A. Rust, Sr. , V. Holtsford. Row Two: J. Beatty, L. Lofton, V. Williams, D. Sylvester, I. Bootsman, D. Craig. afeteria Staff The custodial staff, under Mr. Art Rust, head custodian, has done an excellent job in the maintenance of Franklin High School. The students ofFrank1in wishto ex- press their deepest con- gratulations to the custodial staff for their superb work. Row One: L. to R., R. Barrett, S. Bryans, S. Hlegel, M. Mc Donald, V. Wilson, E. Carlson, H. Gottsch, I. Hautala, B. Wlnther. Row Two: S. Fruszacl, N. Peterson, B. Bartlett, D. Wardell, K. Ioannldou, M Olson, K. May, I. Tyson, M. Shanks, D. Mowery, M. Wallace. Row Three: L. Vincent, J. Hopkins, J. Highfield, A. Muller, M. Riley, M. Vanek, Z. Nation, J. Gallucci, L. Gross, R. Goldardes. Row Four: C. Pallett, I. Burkes, J. McKenzie, K. Harrington, C. Trevs, L. Yancey. H. Hawkins, K. Nyberg, C. Peterson, C. Purdy. Row Five: J. Breshears, E. Noyes, J. Mc Kenzie, K. Evans, C. Crites, L. Lukens, D. Peterson, D. Keogh. Row Six: R. Cramer, W. Walmer, C. Hudson, R. Wardell, J. Willard, I. Fretta, K. Anderson. mwsuh - ,f J ff 3 sf Ng 2 XM nf, 'Wi QA Wmwwgwxg ' . N ix 1 Rm A gm ? . MV flim- Q'This world along its path advances." -Tll0MAS MO0RE Beckwith Cycle Shop 45th and Woodstock Schwinn Bicycles Complete Parts and Accessories Hobby and Model Supplies BRENTWOOD AUTO SERVICE 72nd andFlavel AlNess man er PR4 3092 D"'e IIIILMANS' U An UVB on 92nd PRospect 4 8886 5716 S E 92nd One block north of Foster Open Mon and Frm Tull 9 PM Convenient Parking NORTHWESTS' LARGEST COMMERCIAL FURNISHERS FOR MOTELS, HOTELS, APARTMENT HOUSES, SCHOOLS, ETC THRESA'S BEAUTY SHOP 8325 S E Division St. Pr 1 9677 Specialize In tlnts S permanents We '42, 5 fear, Gown: twt coaiwnz Jawa 0602. 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Foster Road PR 4-9015 Franklin Market 54th and Powell Portland 6 Oregon Best Deal in Town See BOB STANLEY 82nd and Division STUDENT -A- Abraham, May 23, 62, 105 Abrahamson, Allen 72 Abrahamson, Daniel 72 Adams, Allan 62 Adams, Betty 52 Adams, Bruce 62 Adams, Carol 22, 62 Adams, Dan 15, 72 Adams, Janet 52, 158, 169 Adams, Ioyce 62 Adams, Mike 62 Albrecht, Debbie 22, 62 177 Albrecht, Jerry 28, 154 161 Alderson, Kay 104 Alexander, Doris 28, 154, 167, 158, 180 Allegretbo, Judith 70, 72 Allen, Barbara 28 Allen, Dennis 62, 90, 92, 166 Allen., Gary 28, 102 Allen, Jack 24, 52, 164 Allen, Loren 72 Allgaier, Leslie 62 Allgaier, Margaret 52 Allison, James 62 Allison, Theodore 62 Allport, Lucille 62 Allport, Norma 62 Amundson, Larry 72 Anderson, Allan 161, 165 Anderson Barbara 72 Anderson, Bev 50, 52, 102 171 Anderson, Carol 52 Anderson, Colleen 72 Anderson, Dean 62 Anderson, Joy 28, 106, IZJ, 133, 148, 174, 197, 199 Anderson, Kathleen 15, 72 Anderson, Ken 72, 200 Anderson, Rosalie 62 Axfgesen, Norman 28, 161, Andrews, Lola. 27, 28, 49, 182, 194 Andrus, Marilyn 62, 103, 177 Annas, Walter 62 Applegate, Lon 72 Arbuckle, Karen 62 Archer, Al 194 Archie, Arthur 28 Archie, Steve 52 Arena, John 28, 175 Arena, Linda 22, 50, 52, 183, 196, 199 Armstrong, Anne 62, 157, 165, 199 Armstr Delores 28 10 Arnett,o1Dgdve 72 , 2' Arnold, Mary 52, 172 Ardln, Sharon 62 Ashley, Judy 62 Ashpole, Sharon 71, 72 Atkinson, Judy 28 Atterbery, john 25, 28 Auborn, Richard 62 Austin, Karen 72, 195 Azorr, Cheryl 22, 72, 133 Azorr, Mike 21, 27, 28, 154, 156, 158, 199 ..B.. Babb, Mel 72 Backstrom, Donna 52 Bacon, Arlus 52, 53, 90, 127, 181 Bacon, David 72 Bacon, Linda 15, 52, 177 Bacon, Reo 72 Bacon, Ronald 28 Bagley, Myrtle 62, 103 Bail, Gary 28, 162, 178, 194 Bailey, Curtis 72 Bailey, Dan 72 Baird, John 72 Baird, Susan 52, 106, 120, 143, 174 Baker, Karen 72 Baker, Sheldon 62, 112, 181 Bakken, Craig 28, 90, 91, 93, 155, 166 Balcom, Donna 15, 62, 197 Baldwin, Frances 28 Baldwin, Jim 62 Ball, Ernest 62 Ball, Gary 52, 181 Ball, Ronald 72 Balmforth, Kenneth 62 Balogh, Gary 52, 178 Balsam, Pamela 62 Baltzell, Roberta 52 Banaka, Marlene 62 Bancroft, Shirley 62 Banford, Beverly 52, 182, 196 Barkhurst, Lynda 62 Barnard, Sharon 62, 103 Barnes, Terry 28, 162, 192 Barnett, jerry B, 197 Barnum, Drue 62, 103, 182 Barbur, John 72 Barteaux, Mervin B, 162 Bartholomeu, Karen 52 Bartlett, Beth 62, 200 Bateman, Crawl 52 Battermann, Robert 62 Battles, Dennis 15, 86, 112 Bauer, Richard 52, 87, 190- 191 Beals, Marv 72 Briggarla, Sharon 15, 62, Beck, George 52 Beck, Leanne 62, 172, Beck, Louise 22, 72 Beck, Robert 72 Beckman, Barbara 72, 195 Bee, Sharllyn 62 Beeman, Kathleen 16, 17, 8, 102, 133, 155, 158, 158, 170, 199 Beerbower, Mike 52 Began, Ron so, sz, 104, 105, 168 Bell, Angelle sz -"'-5' MT SCOTT FUEL C0 Q INDEX Chriss 28 Janice 62, 168, 197 Jacquelyn 2, 169 Wayne 52, 166, 173 Bellany, David 72 Belles, Robert 52 Belleque, Susan 52, 103 Bemis, Judy 62 Benhan, Martin 62 Benjamin, Harry 161, 165 Bennett, Beverly 62 Benson, Janice 62 Bentley, Marylou 72 Bentley, Thomas 197 Benton, Diane 52, 182 Berglund, Andrea 50, 52, 82 182, 190 191, 199 Berglund, Donna 15, 1 Berglund, Danny 72 Bergstrom, Beverly 52 Bergsrorn, Jerry B,49, 108 109, 113, 126, 127, 128, 129 Bell, Bell, Bell, Bell, Berreth, Allen 62 Berreth, Pat B, 124, 183, 191 Betts, James 24, B 90 102 127, 166, 197 Bigelow, Joy E, 169 Biggar, Bev 15, 50, 52, 102, 158, 160, 171, 192, 193 Biggers, Carol 29, 102, 157 B1gon.i, Ten'y 29 Blllings, Zora 199 Bilyeu, Barbara 52, 165, 170, Binarn, Carol 172 Binam, Ronald 72 Binning, Michael 72 B1I'Cl'1, Tomas 71,72 86, 94, Bjerkman, Per 52,90,166, 1 Black Carol 52, 102 Black, Thomas 90,92, 112, 166, 175 Blacklmrst, Claudia 22,72 Blackhurst, Kathleen 52 Blake, Nancy 62 Blake, Bill E, 90,91, 93, 102, 110, 133, 135, 175, 197 Blanchard, Beverly 52, 102, 168, 195 Blanchard, Sharon 72 Blanco Don 52, 197 Blaumer, Barbara 52 Block, Samuel 72 Bloomfield, Patricia 15 71, 72 Blount, Harry 72 Blum, Sharon 72 Boan, Sharlene 62 Bocain, Marie 52, 180, Bogaard, Judy 62, 172 Bogart, Pauline 52 Bohannon, Nancy 52, Bohannon, Marylou 172 Boling, Michael 25, , Bolton, William 62 Bonar, Bill 62, 102 Bonar, Ellen B, 162 Bookshlnns, Donna 72 Boone, Janet 62, 157, Booth, Diane B, 183 Boozer, Gordon 15, 25, E, 158 Bothwell, Shirley 62 Boucher, Peter 62, 105 Bowen, Judy 72 Bowen, Sylvia 22, 72 107 Bowen, Walt 52,94 Bower, Judith 62 Bowers, Diana, 8 Bowman, Robert 62, 94 Boyce, Roland 15, 62, 107 181, 195 Boyd, Ronald 52 Boyer, Norman 52 Boylan, Mary 62 Bradley, Deanna 72 Braeback, William 52,941,138 Bray, Jeff 178 Brasesco, Jackie 15, 23, 52, 143, 174 B1-ask, June 15, 23, 52, 183, 196 Brauchmlller, Larry 72 Brauchmjller, Sandra 52 Brautlacht, Vickie 72 Breshears, Judy 52 Breshahan, Judith 62, 165 Bridges, Alan 17, 25, 50, , Briedwell, Peter 62, 178 Briggs, Dianna 62, 103, Brisbee, Jim 72 ,94, 112 Brisbee, Laa Hlsbee, Larry 15, B, 124, 1 166, 197 Brock, Pat 15,30 Brockbank, Jennie 62, 174 Brockman, Carol 22 Brockman, Joan 62, 174, 197 Brockman, Joy 23, 62, 103, 1 Brolliar, Carole 52, 119, 83, Brooks, Bev 52, 179, 190, 191, Brooks, William 52 Brossear, Daniel 62 Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, 1 B, 1 8 Alyn 72, 80 Allyn 94 Carol 72 Charles 25, 94 Frank 50,52, 90, 2, George 62 Gerald 62 Kendall 62, 107, Peggy 30 Ron 25, 52, 90, 1 Brown, Sandra 62 Brown, Sharon 63, 102, 103, 170, 179 BI'0W'n, Wayne 63, 1 Congrotulotlons Seniors 6301 S E Flavel Street ROBERTIS GROCERY Mimeographing SOUTHEAST LETTER SHOP ADDRESSING RUBBER STAMPS 4529 S E 67th Pr 5 4357 Zi?-HNCJ5 23.303 ,fbuvff kjfZ6lfZ+LbLQ, XQMAQIV xl,-151 6441 'M we rllrfl X?-fceffzfelwtaxfngwff 0913 192 241617 7707 dz Jfllfh 271 1139 AC 3 7511 39 2 S E Belmont 'il-if HEATING OIL DRY WOOD BRIQUETS Pkospect 4-3241 3 " PRUIIUCTS PRESTO LOGS CUAL CHARCOAL 6904S E F at Ro d P tland6 Ooq n Foster Car Sales P I 6009 S E Foster Rd While shopping on Hawthorne Blvd pay all of your ut:l1ties Telephone, Gas, Light, and Water HAWTHORNE PHARMACY 3538 s 12 Hawthorne ' ne stop pays them a " 165 161 A I ,112 ' f f - ,120 74 JY f I , f 175 . . 197 . 199 I 7 7 . 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Harriso Elodia 74 Harvey 74 James 54 Janis 64 Lorretta 54 Laurel 22, 51 Pat 54, 103, 177 Ralph 35 Greenfield, James 64 Greer, Dennis 54, 106, 1 Greer, Douglas 134, 156, 181 Gregg, Linda 64 Gregory, Jeanne 64, , 174 Grellert, Edward 64, Grendahl, Joyce Grenz, Vera 172 Griffin, Judy 23 64, Griffith, Judy 22,74 Grill, B111 34, 194 Grimes, Robert 74 Grim, Rod 24, 25, 34, 165, 166,167, 178, 187, 192, 193 Gritzka, Mary 22, 54, 102 154, 173 Gross, Mike 54 Gvengerich, Ray 64 Guffey, Vance 54, 161 Guffey, John 64 Guinn, Diana 64, Gustafson, Kirk 24, 74, 199 Gutschow, Bob 74 Haas, Andrea 74 Hadley, Janice 34, 102 190 191 Hagan, Dennis 34 Hagan, Gary 24 Hagen, Robert 74, 10 Hagen, Sary 74 Hager, Arlene 54 Hagg, Karin 34 Hahn, Margaret 64 Haley, Barbara 34 Hall, John 74 Hall, Larry 54 Hall, Roy 34 Hallock D 74 Halter, Linda 23 103 182 Halverson, Ken 34, 197 Hamllton, Diane 54, 174 Hamilton, Howard 54, 90, 93, 110, 111, 18, 138, 143, 182 140, 175 Hamilton, Jerri 74 Hamilton, Stephen 34, 102, 104 n, Coy 64 Harrison, Norma 23, 74, Hart, Roger 65 178 Hartley, Leshe 65, 102, 03, Hartzell, Ted 65, 178 Hasmann, Melva 35, Havskms, Janet 65 Hauxhurt, Dlanne 54 Hawluns, Forrest 25 54, 113, 115, 164, 166 Hawkins, Hanna 65, 96 167, 183, 200 Hawkins, Shannon 54 I-layer, Dennis 54, 197 Hayner, Gary 35 Hays, Lonnie 74, 94, 11 Hays, Sharon 74 Hazeltine, Janet 74 Hearsun, Jerry 65 Heine, Vickie 54, 157 Heinl, Bill 65 Heinl, Jack 74 Heinl, Jim 54 Heintz, Ida 35, 182 Heintzelman, Peggy 65, 96 Heintzellman, Linda 1 54, 167, 199 Heiss, Garey 25, 54 Heller, David 35, 178 Hempe, Deanna 74, 107 Henderson, Lester 94 Henderson, Norman 65 Henderson, Robin 74 Hendricks, Lynn 35 Henkel, Bonnie Henkle, William 65 Henning, Karen 35, 172 Hensley, Joyce 65, 103 Herget, David 94, 104 Herget, Marilyn 74 Herman, Michael 74 Herrell, Charles 35, 162 Herrel, Marilyn 74 Herrmann, Karen 54, 87, 167 177 197 Herrmann, Karl 35 Herrmann Linda 74 Hewes, Real 54, 197 THRIFTY CLEANERS PR I 3734 582l S E Powell PR I l682 6304 S E Foster Free Pick Up and Delivery I THIRTY NINTH and POWELL I REXALL PHARMACY A The Bus St BE2 4952 MATHISEN DEMOREST CO Insurance 63rd Foster Realtors Mt Tabor Food Market 4904 s E HAWTHORNE BLVD KLEAR TONE RADIO S TV 5638 S E Woodstock PR 4 0226 FRANKLIN HIGH POST Volce of the Student Body BEST STUDENT NEWSPAPER IN OREGON Foster Road Pharmacy The Drug Store as Near as Your Telephone Free Delwery Servlce Pedlatrlc Specialists S E Foster Road at 56th PR I 44 PIZZARIA Pizza HOT or COLD Plzza and other dellclous Itallan Food 6219 S E Foster Call PR 4 460I feed cu, wa CCM -fZ6llPl65f'i W ,dafzfwe JIZMQM WMM 6607 QE Wwvdfpee 26,5 29074614105 5, 0,,?,,,,, f X 6ff,Jfb01'I! ne wav? 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Jackson, Jacqueline 36, 194 Jackson, Paul 54, 115, 166,, 181 Jacklfr Jacob, 177, Jacob, Jacoby, James, Iames, .I 3PPe1 Jarvie, Javier, Daryl 65 Carolyn 36, 154, 199 Donald 75 Gwen 65, 165 Mary 75 Melva 36, Richard 65 Charles 75 Steve 75 I 154, 176 Jenmns, sharon 65, 172, 196 Jenness, Tanya 105, 1 60 Jensen, Arlene 54, 165, 17 Jensen, Bonnie 54, 179 Jensen, Don 75 Jenson, Janice 20, 21, 22, 85, 158, 165, 171, 190, 191, 195 Jensen, John 65,195 Jewell, Keno 65 Johnson, 18 1 Johnson, Johnson, Jolmson, 1 6 2, 1 66 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Jolmson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson., Johnson, 94, 1 1 3, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Bruce 36, 114, 166 Dale 25, 54 Danny 75 David 15, 36, 102, Diana 55 Elaine 75,96, 107 Jim 55, 138 Karl 75 Loren 55 Mary 36 Nancy 75 Orajean 55, 195 Patricia 23,75 Ronald 24, 25, 55, 114, 166, 181, 197 Ruby 75 Stevan 75 Steve 55 Terry 75 ohnston, Gary 75 Johnston, Kathleen 37, 179 Jouy, Ronald 65,197 1 54 I -fx. . it Yi . gf 4 dl dead sPOT'f'fdJ:f 4:3 jmgeof Eg fi Qui-vig J1Qafmw it jwifu ifmf mmf ZH' .q1't131-150 .l7oftmi44 456 JQIAQA 516011 KM64 jifgdffjl we 10 eaten fiat -1l4ff14fAfL' Cffilfe eqcfrfmnbw 4:1 -fmfmaiili ff' 11 3 1 t xv, 'Nun nl ,QT-.5 1 X -1' 'J Jwtzys 17112231 5121010 12" 1 705 d,'l4Zc4l1m1umf C4 5-012-1 211 'Y jf Limited Price Variety Sto e Sprouse-Reltz Co., lnc 3920 S. 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QL 105 , 166 , ,78 218 TO ..T- Tabino, Myrna 78 Takach Tang e, , Don 69 Patty 68, 199 Tash, Linda 68, 107, 177 Tate, Roberta 78 Tasman, Diane 78 Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, TaylOr, 23, 45, 19 2 19 Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Taylor, Barbara 78 Clmck 69, 102, 197 Ed 68, 112, 175, 197 Jean 21, 22, 78, 101 John 78 Louise 57, 165,171 Madeline 45, 179, 199 Margaret 78 MaryAnn 20, 21, 22, 88, 126, 154, 158, 159, 3, 199 Myrna 78 Patricia 68 P2997 78 Raymond 78 Robert 78 Rosemary 57 Tom 78,94 105 112 I 7 Tenerelli. Beverly 45, 173 Tenney, Carla 69,173 Terhune, Virginia 78,96 Teschner, Tonya 69 Tesler, Thain, Jean 78 Linda 57 Thogerson, Marilyn 57 Thomas, John 57 Thomas, Marilyn 78, 107 Thomas, Nancy 78 Thomas, Susan 23, 69, 199 Thompson, Bruce 78, 105 Thompson, Dale 45 Thompson, David 57, 194, 199 Thom son Don 105 P 9 Thompson, Duane 24, 57,94 Thompson, Fred 45 Thompson, Gary 69 Thompson, Harry 69,126, 197 Thompson, Peggy 45, 155, 165, 167 Sheri 78 104 P Us 1 homsen, Joyce 23,69 omson, Tom 17,78,86, 101, 112 Thom so IH Thornber, Karvel 45, 126, 128, 161 horpe, orpe, Craig 45, 154, 162 Norman 69 Orsen, Nancy 57, 127, 170, 187, 19 2, 193 asher, Sandra 69 ice, Richard 78 ilden, Mark 69 illrnan, Sandra 78, 175 omlin, Sandy 57 omlinson, Karen 22,57,96, 158, 16 1, 169 empmm, Nancy 57, 158, 165, i - I In ornmenson, Carole 78,105 onseth, Linda 69, 172, 199 orchla, Marianne 69 Michael 78 Karen zz, za, 57, 158, Mary 23, 69, 182, 199 Sandra 78 Jim 21, 138, 175 1 Dona 78 Trebs, Carol 69, 200 Trlbukait, George 78 True, Jan 69 Trueb, Marcella 69 Trueb, Sharon 57, 172 Trdl, Jan 69, 172 Tucker, Diane 69, 103 Tungate, Victoria 78 Turchan, Harvey 69 Turcol, Tom 78 Turner, Erica 57, 180, Turner, Jim 69 Twedt, Carol 57, 104, Tyler, Galen 78,197 Tyler, Terry 57 Jean, Tyson 69, 103 Tyrrell, William 78 -U- 195 160 egebnoni 5-7474? Underwood, Jean 69, 157, 195 103 Urbani, Gail 15, 50, 57, 168, 182, 195, 199 Urke, Karen 45, 172 ss, Urgnd, Faith 69, 104, 105 Uttley, Tom 24, 25, 57 -V- Vale, Mele 45, 178 Vale, Susan 15,78 3620 Ye? ffm ,Whey 937,799 HOLIDAY LAUNDRY I437S.E. 39th BE 4-6330 owner -- Donald L. Cooley Dry Cleaning S Shirt Service Best wishes For your future success, Valian, Burnis 45, 102, 182 Valle, Judy 78 Van Arsdall, Jim 69, 105 Van Bauel, Joan 58 Van Blokland 78, VanderMart1n, Alice 45, 49, 88, 155, 157, 158, 172, 187, 192 193N Vanek, Mary 45, 89, 102, 154, CLASS OF '59 from the girls of PHI DELTA CHI 194, 196, 200 Vanek, Tom 58,197 Vanpelt, Bob 78 Vasile, Connie 78 Velander, Robert 58, 164 Venner, John 69, 155 Vincent, Nancy 46 Vincent, Susan 69, 173 Vinson, Lynne ss,1so, 190, zoo Vollmer, Gene 69, 178 Vollmer, Judith 46 Vou-seth, Marilyn 78 Voyce, Alan 78 Voyles, Verna 69- ..W.. 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