Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR)

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INDEX . . . 3 my ss Nw? WM X Ry by STQQ wi? The 1964 Franklin High School AIMA- NAC devotes itself to the exploration of the intellectual and philosophical aspects of school life and man's com- mon denominator, his desire to know. When one speaks of philosophy the av- erage person retracts because of the formidable sound of the word and the feeling that the depth of this subject lies beyond his power of comprehen- sion. Yet, philosophers are just think- ing men who intensively consider those questions prevalent among all men. Man wonders and stands in awe of the grandeur of the universe, the earth, and the concept of life. He reflects upon the ideas of birth, death, infin- ity, andwhy man is here. Man is not usually content with perceiving how to do something or how it worksg he must delve further and know why. He mar- vels at other civilizations and feels compelled to tinker with the alarm clock that he knows nothing about. Man desires to know, and it is this in- satiable thirst for knowledge which the ALMANAC commends. The following six pages depict but one of the many intellectually stimulating activities which occur at Franklin. This year's newly instigated Franklin Forum probed the place of humanities in this technological age. This en- deavor, well received bythe members of the Forum, their parents, the fac- ulty, and the community, occupies a place of honor in this year's book. Mr. Francis Murray Allyn Orme Miss Cecil McKercher Mr. Marvin Flitcroft Miss Mary Jane Terry Mr. Herbert Mohn Virgil Libke Marga San-iugarte Tom Nal-:ata Jorja Guthrie The Franklin Forurn, "An Experiment in Ideas, " was initiated inthe 1963-64 school year. The Forum was an en- deavor to create an intellectual at- mosphere among the students. This was accomplished by a series of lec- tures given by men, each of whom is outstanding in his individual field. A committee comprised of five fac- ulty members and five students chose the topics and contacted the various speakers. The students participating in the Forum were selected by their teachers and each member received a card which admitted him to all the lectures. The main benefit of these lectures was perhaps not the actual content, but rather the intellectual stimulus they provided the students. FRANKLIN FORUM STEERING COMMITTEE 6 s -l -' t""'N at "WHAT IS SCIENCE DOING TO REALITY?" The first in a series of five lectures sponsored by the Franklin Forum was given by Marvin Levich, Professor of Philosophy at Reed College, on No- vember l, 1963. Dr. Levich's topic was: "Willarapidly increasing scien- tific world reduce all reality to meas- urable quantities thus rejecting evi- dence furnished by intellectual per- ception--philosophical perception?" Dr. Levich said that what frequently happens when we ask this question is that we have in mind certain kinds of things or realities which we consider to be very important. By reality then, we mean certain things in the world that we consider of ultimate impor- tance. People sometimes use reality in this moral sense. The real things are the things that are worthwhile, the thingsthat we want. So the ques- tion, "What is science doing to re- alty?"becomes the question, "ls sci- ence going to establish that the things I think are ultimately worthwhile are really worthless?" or, "Is science going to establish that all the things Ire- gard to be important in the universe are either unimportant or, in fact, meaningless?" Dr. Levich went on to say that there was no fear of this ever happening. The reason for this is that science and philosophy approach the subjects of reality and the universe in two dif- ferent methods, and the ideas in one area cannotbe used to disprove things in the other. Dr. Levich said this in effect when he said: "There is nothing which science can ever establish which would show that any of our claims are incorrect, but I want to say the opposite, too. . . l'm only saying that science is not the in- strument in terms of which these are to be affirmed or denied. ll 7 Dr. Marvin Levich The Franklin Forum was fortunate to obtain as its first speaker Dr. Marvin Levich, Professor of Philosophy at Reed College. Dr. Levich, outstanding in field of philosophy, adequately chal- lenged the intellectual capabilties of the members of the Forum. He has been at Reed for eleven years. Before this he attended Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa, and completed his graduate work at Columbia Uni- versity. He has written a book, due to be released by Random House, titled Studies in the Philosophy of Criticism. David Foster, assistant Professor of Art at the University of Oregon., was the speaker at the second Franklin Forum on November 22. Mr., Foster's topic was: "Contemporary art, a reflection of philosophy?" In answering this question, Mr. Foster pointed out that the largest gain from a Work of art is received by the artist who created it, and not by the viewers. I-Ie also wanted to emphasize the process. It is not that the product isn't important, but we sometimes examine the result to check the process. Art differs from literature because a painting, for in- stnce, prou-ays life in a simultaneous manner, whereas, a novel portrays it in asequential form. ln this respect, ideas can be transferred quicker through art. Again placing emphasis on the process, Mr. Foster said to remember, "The way to something probably is as important as, or more important than, the place. " SCIENCE VS. PHILOSOPHY K. Ellsworth Payne, a science teacher at Portland State College, was the speaker at the third Franklin Forum. His topic was: "The scientist in the world of philosophy. " Dr. Payne noted that at the time ofAristotle, there was no difference between a scientist and a philosopher. Gradually they have moved apart, and today there is a large contrast. With Francis Bacon came the cleavage, he taught that science couldbe put to a practical use and thus transform society. Dr. Payne expressed the feeling that science pro- duces practical results, while philos- ophy is merely aesthetic in nature. He said that scientists apply their ideas and theories, while "philosophers sit on their rocks with their chin on their hands. " Dr. K. Ellsworth Payne Dr. Payne studied and did his under- graduate work at Brigham Young Uni- versity, and did his graduate Work at Oregon State. Presently he holds the position of assistant to the chairman of the Division of Science and is an Associate Professor of General Science at Portland State College., W s "POETRY, . . " Dr. Stafford, with an emphasis on interaction between himself and the Forum, spoke on the Poet in a Tech- nological World. By frequent allusions to contemporary poets and poetry, Dr. Stafford made his point emphat- ically. Perhaps the most memorable ofhis references was to a poem by e. e. cummings called "How Town. " This is the story of a town whose mem- bers know how to do all things, but not why they do them. The point here was, that the scientist can tell us how to do things, but we need poets and other philosophers to tell us why we do them. The poet is an integral part of a technological world. The members of the Forum were hon- ored when Dr. Stafford recited one of his recently published works for them. Thispoem "The Poets' Annual Indigence Report" expresses his views onthe topic of this Forum, and is re- printedhere, in part, by permission of Dr. Stafford and Harper and Row, Publishers. Dr. William Stafford Dr. William Stafford went to college in his home state at the University of Kansas. He earned his Bachelor of I-Itunanities degree there, and later earned his Ph, D. at the State Uni- versity of Ohio. He has been teach- ing the Humanities, creative writing, and nineteenth and twentieth century English literature at Lewis and Clark College for twelve years. For his lit- erary works he has been honored with the Shelley Memorial Award and a National Book Award. He has author- ed the following books: Down in My Heart, West ofYou.r City, and Travel- ing Through the Dark. The Poets' Annual Indigence Report Tonight beyond the determined moon, aloft with nothing left that is voluntary for delight, everything uttering hydrogen, your thinkers are mincing along through a hail of contingencies, While we all--floating though we are, lonesome though we are, lost in hydrogen--we live by seems things: when things just are, then something else will be doing the living. Doing is not enough, being is not enough, knowing is far from enough. So we clump around, putting feet on the dazzle floor, awaiting the real schedule by celebrating the dazzle schedule. . . . Our shadows ride over the grss, your shadows, ours:-- Rich men, wise men, be our contemporaries. "From TRAVELIN G THROUGH TI-IE DARK by William Stafford. fl-Iarper 8 Row, Publishers, Incorporated, 1962j" 10 Mr. Jacob Avshalomov This year's Forum had as its final speaker Mr. Jacob Avshalomov. He was born and reared in China, and completed all of his British and Amer- ican secondary schooling before he was fifteen, He came to America in 1937 and throughout the years has proven time and again his talents as a composer and director. Mr. Avsh- alomov has studied at Reed College, the Eastman School of Music under Bernard Rogers, andhas taught at Co- lumbia University, Reed College, and the University of Washington. He has been director of the Portland Junior Symphony since 1954. Among his many honors have been an Alice M. Ditson Fellowship in composition, a Guggenheim Fellowship, the New York Critics' Circle award in 1953 for his "Tom O'Bedlam, "andthe Naum- berg Recording Award for 1956. "MUSIC . . . " The last forum dealt with "Music in a Technological World" and featured actual excerpts from recent works in "synthetic music." M.r. Avshalomov outlined the history of this modern, technological, technique, and em- phasized the fact that much of the standard music theory which has per- sisted for ages is now being discarded to the puff of a freight train, and the whine of a transistorized tube. Mr. Avshalomov also emphasized that music today, in our technological age, is being heard and noticed more than ever before. As we step into an elevator, or a bus, or a public build- ing we hear "piped" music. Ameri- cans are becoming more music con- scious and more critical of what they hear. One of the highlights of this hour was aselectionrecordedby a Mr. Hodeir, a Frenchman, entitled "Jazz on Jazz " This isa catchy number performed by this man's jazz combo. First they played a number and taped it, and then played it back at some varying multiples of its original speed, and improvised against it--an interesting and entertaining example of music in a technological world. ACADEMICS Only the educated are free. EPICTETUS U,-,...i..,..... Mr. Arthur L. Westcott Principal University of Portland, Reed College, M. A. Ed. ADMINISTRATION The administrative department of Franklin High School is the backbone of die academic, athletic, and acti- vityprograms. However, the admini- strators prefer to advise fnot to tellj, and to assist Knot to leadl, the student government of Franklin. Without the diligent, effective Work put out by the Administration, Franklin would simply be another name in the PIL standings, not the School of Champions. Since Mr. Arthur Westcott's assump- tion ofthe duties of Principal four years ago at Franklin, the student body has been favorably impressed by his warm friendliness, readyhumor, and liberal student governmentviews. Mr. West- cott has continually shown himself to be a wise and versatile man. We are fortunate to have him as our Principal. Mr. Max Murray is the current Curri- culum Vice Principal. His work with the arrangement of classes, sched- uling, ordering of books and other supplies, and comprehensive evalu- ation of faculty members is seldom eulogized, but his work is appreciated and needed. Miss Carrie Grant and Mr. Michael Stipac are the Vice-Principals of Girls and Boys, respectively. Their ready help and concern are available to all members of the student body. In ad- dition to the general responsibilities whose execution contribute to the suc- cess of Franklin's activities Miss Grant serves as head counselor while Mr. Stipac is responsible for the arrange- ments for the building. Mr. H. Max Murray Curriculum Vice-Principal University of Oregong M. Ed, Miss Carrie P. Grant Vice-Principal University of Oregon, Stanford Uni versity, Colorado College of Educa tiong M. Ed. Mr. Mike Stipac Vice-Principal University of Oregong M. Ed. 15 INDUSTRIAL ARTS The Industrial Arts department offers one of the most well rounded pro- grams at Franklin on a departmental basis. Various exploratory classes are offered --metalwork, Woodworking, drafting and architecture, and elec- tronics. The electronic's classes offer basic theory, advanced theory, me- chanical principles, the chance to build a radio, and to the advanced students a chance to build a project oftheir choice. In drafting, the prin- ciples of mechanical drawing and creative layout are offered. The Woodworking shop offers insuuction in such areas as machinist training and welding, and offers special and elec- tive projects such as lamps, tables, mini-bikes, and go-karts. Also connected with the Industrial Arts department is the photography section of Franklin. A spacious, Well-equip- ped, modern dark room is the center of this course offering, and boys study the basic techniques of picture taking, camera operation, and developing and printing of film. Mr. Francis Savage Industrial Arts Department Chairman Oregon State Universityg B. S. Mr. William Irgens ' Industrial Arts QM Oregon State Universityg M. Ed. Mr. T. A. Pan- Industrial Arm Montana State Collegeg B. S. Mr. Wayne Purtzer Industrial Arts Colorado State Collegeg M. A. 1 w 17 PHYSICAL EDUCATION The recent governmental emphasis on physical fitness has stepped up the physical education program in the schools. There are other strengths that must be gained from high school in addition to scholarly strength.Young adolescents cannot live by the books alone. The Physical Education de- partment offers diversity to school life. The PE instructors are also coaches for the varsity athletic pro- gram and continually offer students better health and better moral stan- dards through an active year, stres- sing knowledgable play and sports- manlike attitudes. ln the class, teams are formed and the basic fundamentals of volleyball, basketball, wrestling, touch football, horseshoes, softball, rhythms, tennis, apparatus, and badminton are taught. In addition to this all sophomores take one semester of health. 18 Diane Bm-car reads a report on alcoholism. X ' 1 fr m 5- I W 4 'Xi iiii ' 'i s . r X . I ' A Mrs. Josephine Ehm fl: Physical Education Department Chairman Alabama College, Peabody College- ' r 1 x w 'xxx K - x X I I s L I ' 1 1 1 K x P X an 'N ' Y if X r l ' xi Q I Uk, N fv lv U17 CV! 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', '1i,2'iri i Qiflifi ,y ' ' I ' I ffif? Z ' a ss1's wir:fi , K : :fa fr -aim -as -.-- -2" 'f I-5" t1Qy4?,3ggg7i5 ,K A -+V-'S '- af , if z fif.-:iw K ' f 9 il HOME ECONOMICS For the career minded or domestic minded girl, there are a multitude of subjects that are available for study in the home economics program. Here the student learns skills that have a direct bearing on her daily life. The home economics rooms some- times abound with the pleasant odors of well prepared meals. At other times they are filled with sounds: the snip of scissors, the whir of sewing ma- chines, the gasp of distress as a mistake is discovered, and the sigh of relief and exclamation of pride as a garment is finished. Also emitted are the strains of distress and appeals for help as the girls struggle to balance a budget. In addition to these standard courses of learning to plan a tasty meal with good nutrition, learning to construct a va- riety of garments while acquiring good basic skills, and learning how to han- dle finances successfully, the opportu- nity for education in the areas of child care and home nursing is provided. With this knowledge a girl is prepared for her duties as a housewife, or to fur- ther her education along these lines and make a career as a teacher, dieti- tian, demonstration agent, or adult education instructor. Elfirtgkf Kwssfiegxgegwwk , ,. . V.,-mqzf..- . f-2 , wvwffv ,.MAf?sL we - I1s.aaiE1ziE if",ffG2w -"4"'Z'-f2fsz1:ff?1f1 54 '5W if?l324f'sf2E 3Ha1e?sf,W A ' ' - ' i':fi2EEE1.2:2' .H::fi.- -xxwflw 'W-wsxfv - . 4-S f-f imip, Lai, -Nb, :WK -npr ,-fr, I ' '.1f1,i,1i5i51?yQ6Zli QM-ffQz " , ., - .5 Y . 4, K N N 'mai , ,a . X I A If . , i 5 lfjiii Mrs. Donna Stafford Home Economics Linfield College, Oregon State Universityg B. S. Mrs. Millie Mosbaugh Home Economics University of Washingtong B. S. 21 My--NWN -w J Kathy Schwartz. . . Twyla Edwards and Roycella Bateman improve their typing BUSINESS EDUCATION In the business wing the thundering sound of fingers hitting keys and keys hitting paper and platen is known by all. By the evenness of the sound and the speed of it, it is easy to discern who is beginning and who has already gained command of his machine. From another area comes the sound of pens scratching on paper as students desperately try to keep up with the teacher's dictating, as they put into practice the fundamentals of shorthand which they have been learning. With the scratch of his head and a cry of exasperation, a student looks up, wondering why in the world his prob- lem in bookkeeping didn't balance. Then in another room students try to remain calm as they work to master the use of diverse business machines. These courses of typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, business machines, and briefhand, a simplified method of notetaking, are offered by the business department so that the student may adequately prepare himself for college work or learn those skills which will aid him when he enters the world of com- petition after graduation. 22 4 Sherry Martien adds on a calculator. Mrs. Janice Schlaadt Business Education Department Chairman Oregon State Universityg B. S. Mrs. Coleen Babcock Business Education Home Economics Ball State Teachers Collegeg B. S. Mr. Charles Dawson Business Education University of Oregong B. S. Mr. Gerald Eurich Business Education Oregon State Universityg M. Ed. Mrs. Katherine Jubb Business Education University of Washingtong B. A. Mr., Donald Johnson Business Education Mankato State Collegeg B. S. Mrs. Mary Nyland Business Education University of Oregong M. Ed. Miss Corrine Senn Business Education Stanford Universityg M. A. Mrs. Ardis Sheridan Business Education Social Studies Northern State TeachersCo11egegB. S., Miss Ioan E. Zimpelman Business Education Portland State College, Oregon State University, University of Oregong B. S, 23 'g !'Ic,i,iQE.f3i'lf'5i957i W-I , . , e- fav'-1 S lf' 1 ' 'ff T-E-li ffm 0 K' v S' ya.. 5 wa, m e .mf-:':I:'S: , ' ' A ' - W- 1-L ue. gy gsygg jggyb-so - if f 31 ni4z2Q5fQ "S..w. f'1f.,.2 1 'ls' 7' T" -'flyff ,C.fiQ22'?fi .sglyzilkic , 91 mv, n M Sfaeffgwwksrs .,.,,. ,. , .s...,,W..K,:2z..gg5i.g3jf5gWl "as m 6312721-g.:' aim, - -- ff--fmg.131 Q ..,. , .L ., ..,, S., , . : ?3f3x'f3ifi?i'5?'Q7ffyj qtglgg sst1xxz.iiYSi9ls9E z.s,X,.aa...,s, ,.,,.- 5. 55255223-f. - .41 -Q. -me fr 1- . ,, rm.. - , .. T , 'f-N. , ' if Y 1? . R Q. , rm ,..f.,...m me .. Q21 if'5z1f fawfvew141:!2 iz - - 5:ff5afEwwQwmff,.g9? wr . 3 Msw, M. ,V an - . fIZ3s:.w2z.f2,.r.SM.W 4- - f 2 s3:,,?' 1: 5 . '19 . if L - ., kgiszfw. . 1. .. gi bs w :2rf" 2 g J . Q.. S, Q , . . 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' iii' -7 ?Sf:Yil4SEgl'sf-T 11-1'.-ig. if 141-iffi ' N, s - . .:"'-'Y' f:f'El??E!5?3 Jeff Starr practices oral interpretation for advanced speech. ENGLISH The English Department of Franklin seeks to develop in each student the ability to think for himself and to ex- press his ideas both in writing and orally. This goal is achieved through the carefully planned course of study. The students delve into the meaning of the works theyread, then write papers and have discussions in class, thereby gaining an insight into the aspects of man's philosophy as expressed in the books. This waythe students have the opporttuiityto voice their opinion, to gain experience in defending it with evidence from the text, and to become familiar with the thoughts of others. During the freshman year the students investigate the properties of la Odys- QXL in connection with their study of ancient civilizations. lnthis way they become acquainted with the thinking and literary style of the Greeks. Throughout the sophomore year a di- Versity of literature, from AEE: Q ly-o Cities to The Human Comedy, is studied. This broad background helps prepare the students for their next two ye ars. Inthe junior year, emphasis is placed on the works of American authors. While studying the development- of literature, the students have the chance to observe the growth of philos- ophy. The reading of such books as Ethan lfrgme, The ,Scarlet Letter, and The Qld-Man Egg ka provides the has-is for Hlividual study, paper writ- ing, and class discussion. The senior year parallels the preceding year except that it is now a study of English Literature and the English Lan- guage. To carry out this study the older authors, Chaucer and Shake- speare, are read along with more con- tomporary writers, such as Somerset Maugham and Graham Greene. Miss Faye Cornutt English Department Chairman Willamette Universityg B. A. Mrs. Doris Avsnalomov English Reed College, M, A. T. Mr. Clifford Ferry English Portland State Collegeg B. S, Mr. Arthur Johnson English Central Michigan College, Colorado State University, M. A, Top Row Mr. Donald Kearns English Counselor Lewis and Clark College, University of Oregong M. Ed. Miss Thelma Landes English University of Oregon, Oregon State University, University of Washington, Mills Collegeg M. A. Mr. Joseph Maloney English Business Education University of Portland, University of Oregon, M. Ed. Mrs. Emma Moore English Counselor William Smith Collegeg M. Ed. A l :iil is igifggfs A .I Q wie., Bottom Row Mr. Francis Murray English University of Portlandg M, A. Mr. Roy D. Pierce English Whitman Collegeg M. A. Miss E. Thomas English ,J fr lv Linfield College Reed C legeg 9 , 5 X M.A. , L Mrs. Mary Yeomans if English . 'L . . . . I A r j' ffW,ff, J Pacific T.?n1vers1ty,,fB iff? l v rl WL 1 W cal 1 SZ,fifgifiiffffif7?f5J73?i'sxfQfEj"W 15,21 ,gm f mlm., .,, rs x ui si -' Q ' .tryosa 'li M, , as L q 3 W M .5 25 QP There are numerous special elective courses in the English schedule of classes. These include speech, de- bate team, drama, journalism, and for selected students the ALMANAC and POST staffs, A11 of these courses enable the student to develop his spe- cial talents either through oral expres- sion or written communication. ln addition, there is the effective reading course which is especially beneficial to the college bound student because it provides him the opportu- nity to increase both his reading rate and comprehension. Mr. Al Hansen Special Education Western Washington State Collegeg B. A. Mr., Donald Holt English, Speech and Forensics University of Oregong M. Ed. Mr, Paul J. Killorin English University of Portlandg M. Ed., M. A, Mrs. Miriam W. Puckett English Cascade College, University of Oregon, M. Ed. Mr. James Shaffer English, Drama University of Oregong M. S. Miss Ruth Scherfenburg Remedial Reading St. Cloud State College, Universi YY of Minnesotag MJ Educ. Psy. Mr. Vinson Sly Special Education Department Chairman University of Oregong M. Ed. Mrs. Gwyndolyn Young Effective Reading San Diego State College, Chapman College, University of Southern Californiag M. D, 27 Mrs. Eleanor Norlin Head Librarian Reed College, University of Wash- ingtong M. A, Mrs. Marjorie Christensen Assistant Librarian Mrs. Ruth Lernery Assistant Librarian 28 LIBRARY An integral part of the average stu- dent's life at Franklin High School is the library. Various materials are provided to supplement classroom work, to aid in the completion of as- signments, and to enhance hobbies and free reading. The library maintains an average of about 14, OOO volumes which are continually supplemented with the latest editions, ln addition to the reference books and novels, over 1OO periodicals of current and past issue with hundreds of pamphlets are available to the enterprising student. Furthermore, a collection of filmstrips and records is available to teachers who wish to borrow them to enhance their classroom programs. The library is maintained to serve all of the students and faculty at Franklin. Mrs. Norlin, head librar- ian, and her two capable assistants, Mrs. Christensen and Mrs. Lemery are always available and willing to help the students at any time. few-S 5, ' is 1, aaa, 7 ,,.,,,-,f , , Y ., . .. .. its Miss Smutz reads Germans . . 30 FOREIGN LANGUAGE Essential to our expanding culture is a knowledge of the languages and cus- toms of people in other lands. The foreign language department at Franklin realizes this and centers its study around conversation, literature, and the culture of foreign nations. Four languages are offered for a full four-year sequence--French, Spanish, German, and Russian. Latin is also offeredfor twoyears. Besides the ex- cellent caliber of teachers at Frank- lin, the enterprising student has such resources as tape recordings and re- cords of the language, modern texts, and a substantial background library for his use. If faraway places excite you, or if you are thinking about en- gineering, science, teaching, inter- preting, or any other of a number of diverse vocations and interests, the field of foreign language is essential to your endeavor and opens up an un- limited number of opportunities and new interests. me as ,f , 5, 'T fl :nt fl :Wifi L'LL f 'ia 1 -5 Miss Dorothy Grant Foreign Language Montana State Universityg M. A. Miss Cecil McKercher Foreign Language University of Oregong M. Ed. Miss Margaret Smutz Foreign Language University of Coloradog B. A. Mr. Lyle M. Tucker Foreign Language Willamette Universityg B. A. Mr. Denzil Walton Foreign Language Brigham Young Universityg B. A 3 . . . Bob Nees listens. 31 MATHEMATICS With the screech of chalk on the board, a math student endeavors to demon- strate an involved geometrical proof for his classmates. Amid the hushed silence, soft mutterings and the rub of eraser on paper can be he ard as students hasten to complete their test before the bellrings. Elsewhere, pupils gaze quizically at the board as their teacher explains the definition of a limit to them. The above mentioned methods of teaching, among others, are employ- edby the mathematics department in order to provide each student with the best possible background., These techniques give the pupil the opportu- nity of comprehending the material by putting it to use in tests and by explain- ing itto his fellow classmates. In ad- dition, these ways give the teacher a comprehensive view of the capabili- ties, effort, and understanding of each of his students. ln order to see that each pupil works to his fullest potential in a situation that is challenging but not so difficult as to be discouraging, the math department offersavariety of courses.. There are both the conventional lines of thought and the new way of teaching math. There are refresher courses and also advanced courses for the exceptional student, culminated inthe senior year by studying college level subjects and strengthening his general mathemati- cal background in preparation for college. 32 Miss Dana Small Mathematics Department Chairman Reed Collegeg M. A, Mrs. Ellen Bernstein Mathematics Science Indiana Universityg A. B., Mr. Stanley Blair Mathematics Counselor Lewis and Clarkg M. Ed. Mr. Pa11l Hansen Mathematics Reed Collegeg M. A. T. Mr. Neal Horr Mathematics University of North Dako Mr. Robert Jacobsen Mathematics Lewis and Clark College Mr. Edward johns Mathematics Samuel Huston College, A 8 M5 B. S. Mr. Henry Lind Mathematics Eastern Oregon College, State Universityg M. S, Mr. Richard Mabry Mathematics QB-S tag B. A. Prairie View Oregon Portland State Collegeg B. S. 33 ART With the soft swish of brush across paper an artstudent finishes his tableau. In another room a prospective artist ma- nipulates hands and clay in an effort to fashion a vase. The muted sound of mallet striking metal is emitted from another area of the art wing. The courses depicted above and many others are open to the student who wishes to express himself creatively through the use of his hands. ln addi- tion to general art courses for those who desire a broad backgound and begin- ning art experience, whether or not they have exceptional ability, there are advanced courses where the more talented student can concentrate more closely on the area inwhich he is most interested and gain expanded training. 'Through the world of commercial art the student comes to recognize how his talents may be used to earn a living not only for himself but also for the others for whom he is designing the advertise- ment and those who publish it. Also there isa special art course where the students use their acquired skills in making posters to publize school events. There is a place for each student interested in some art form and who hasthe desire to work, no matter how extensive his ability. Miss Mary Jane Terry Art Department Chairman University of Oregon, Reed College, Portland State Collegeg B. A. Miss len Boel Art g-J ,ZDKA Z 744, University of Nebraskag B. F. IW ,. f Z XLZ.. Miss Mary Driscoll Art Art Institute of Chicago, University of Oregong B. F. A, Mrs. Marilyn Holsinger Art University of Oregong B. A. Mr. Kenneth Wilson Art Colorado State College, Adam State Collegeg B. A. Ron Barber and Pam Brown learn to use water colors. 35 COMBINED CLASSES One ofthe freshman's biggest troubles upon entering Franklin is the adjust- ment to the new system of classes. The combined classes program is de- signed to help the incoming freshman by "bridging this gap." Each fresh- man has the same teacher for two periods during the day and the teacher divides the class time among orienta- tion, social studies, and English ac- cording to each class' needs. The subject matter of the course is molded around study helps, ancient history, and a basic foundation of English grammar. The most extensive study is done in relation to Homer's Odyssey and its personification of an- life. Emphasis is also placed on num- erous film strips, vocabulary lists, map work, and extra projects of the students' choice. Basically, the com- bined class system is designed to give the incoming freshman a firm foun- dation for life and help remove some of the bewilderment encountered in specializedclass fields in high school. 36 Mr. B. Davis stresses the importance of ancient culture and its relation to modern philosophy. Mr. Mike K. J. Rumpakis Combined Classes, Department Chairman, Counselor University of Portland, University of Oregong M.. Ed. Mr., Herman Becker Combined Classes Reed College, University of Oregon M.Ed. Miss Rose Marie Bicandi Combined Classes English University of ldahog B. A. Mrs. Clytis Belloit I Social Studies Combined Classes Reed College, Portland State Collegeg B. S. Mr. H., Britt Davis Combined Classes Linfield College, Lewis and Clark M, Ed. Mrs. Janet Fam-ot Combined Classes Monmouth College, University of Colorado, Portland State Collegeg B. A. Dr. Lucille Hill Combined Classes University of Oregon., Temple glzhxlgversity, New York University, Mrs. Marcell Maynard English Counselor University of Southern California, B. S. Mr. Earl Osborn Combined Classes Pacific University, M, A, Mrs. Helen Weed Combined Classes Counselor Eastern Oregon College of Education, M. Ed. 37 SOCIAL STUDIES Confronted as we are with the space age and the Cold War, we must all become more aware of our place and duty in the world. The social studies classes at Franklin are designed with this purpose in mind. The able teach- ing and democratic methods employ- ed, coupledwith the fact that the so- cial studies class is the center of stu- dent activities inthe sophomore, jun- ior, and senioryears, makes itbasic to the upper classman's schedule. Sophomore social studies, an elec- tive course, covers European history continuing from where the combined classes stopped. Juniors explore American history and seniors discuss economics, international relations, andworld problems. The second per- iod leadership class, commonly known as Executive Cabinet, is also consid- ered a social studies class. Here the leaders of the student body, AFM, AGS, and the classes learnhow to bet- ter serve their electors and carry out their programs. if ,iw gifwwg ,,,..l Hi - fm -sw 1 AE I F i 4 -1. i i Y - fa-if 224552152 . yii z Q f 3- isa Mr. Lawrence Devlin Social Studies Department Chairman Pacific University, University of Oregon, M. Ed. Mr. lack Burri Social Studies Oregon State University, University of Oregon, M. ED., Miss Thelma A., Collins Social Studies University of Utah, B. A. Top Row Mrs. Maxine Crites Social Studies Reed College, B. A. Mr. Gale Davis Social Studies Oregon College of Education, University of Oregon, M. Ed. Mr. Gilbert Erlandson Social Studies University of Oregong M. S. Mr. Marvin Flitcroft Social Studies Athletic Director Linfield College, M. Ed. Bottom Row Mr. Gary E. Jackson Social Studies Lewis and Clarkg B. S. Mr. James Manning Social Studies Vocational Counselor: Coordinator of College, Scholarships, and Infor- mation University of Oregon, University of California at Berkley, M. S. Ivir. James McKee Social Studies Washington Universityg M. A. Nlr. Merl Mitchel Social Studies Mathematics Activity Director Kansas State Teachers College, Ore gon State Universityg M. Ed. 39 ..-ov- ..-.-- -.- ---..-..- ..-.. ..-...- ...-- ........ ...-..v-, V.. ..-b..... SCIENCE Amid the gasps of wonder as a student observes the fascinating world of the microscopic for the first time lies the realization of the limitation of man's se,nses. Here through a course in bio- logy the student acquires a new view of what life is, begins to comprehend the relationship between all life from the one-celled amoeba to the most complex of vertebrates and plants, and becomes cognizant of the fact that nothing living is really simple. From across the hall comes the clatter of glassware as the chemistry students prepare to perform an experiment which will enhance their understand- ing of the elements and the materials which they compose. Through this course the student delves into the inan- timate World and learns a little of the Why and the how of it. A different approach to the physical world, the mathematical interpreta- tion of data, is presented in the phys- ics class. Here the rattle of springs scraped on floors and the joy of playing inthe water of the ripple tank provide the student with the opportunity to see how things work by doing, interpreting data, and forming conclusions on his own. For the person who is not desirous of a detailed exploration into the physical and biological world around him, there is the general science course. 40 Here the pupils also conduct experi- ments but they do so in order to gain a broad background of all the sciences, which is useful in awakening an inter- est and insight in their environment, but not so extensive as to discotu-age those with only a cursory interest. On the other side of the scale, there are advanced courses for those with the interest and ability to further their knowledge beyond that generally ac- quired in high school. Miss Anne Bohlen Science Department Chairman University of Nebraska, University of Michigang M. A, Mrs. Jessie Cox Science Portland State Collegeg B. S. Mr. John Fletcher Science Oregon State Universityg B. S, Mr. Leonard Gehrke Science Washington State Universityg B.. A. Mr., Herbert Mohn Science Mathematics Oregon State Universityg B. S. Mr. Dario Raschio Science Oregon State University, Reed Col- legeg M. A. Mr. Carlton E, Richter Science Oregon State Universityg M. Ed., 41 M .v 50981, lid' X4 av' swf: I gp QW 3. fe R X , 91 xs xx Q? M SQ w'Wv22we'n-1L:- - 'wr f, Q Siiksizsiisssz ' VLSHJ fi--2 'fffiffi '17 V .. :1-pie. - ' M34 22 ' 'fl' 515: 1 U ifiwsiii-1-' A Q ,-ffl HV i ' A .faijf 4'-' f 77 JRR-2 fxafgf-L 4, - g',,,..53, 1 .if ,g.,,,,, ,Q 2? i V-y,fff,, ' Mis sa., A-5 : 1 Gary Field directs pep band during a game. 42 MUSIC Franlc1in's fine music department is recognized as one of the best in the Portland area, and anyone hearing the euphony pealing forth from the three music rooms, at various times during the day, Will certainly agree to this. The band, orchestra, "A" Choir, Girls' Choir, and the small ensembles continually distinguish themselves on a school-wide, and community-Wide basis. The highlights of the musical year in the Portland schools are the annual music festivals held at the Public Auditorium and Madison High School. At these city-wide events, each musical group performs for ap- proximately ten minutes, one or a number of extremely difficult pieces. These works are often practiced half ofthe year in preparation for this one night. An eminent musician, often from out of the state, objectively criticizes each performance. The orchestra, marching and concert bands, and beginning instrumental groups are under the direction of Mr. Pancheau while Mr. Peery and Mr. Brewer teach the "A" Choir, Girls' Choir, small ensembles, boys' chorus, and mixed chorus. y - if "h W Mr. John Peery Music Department Chairman College of Idaho, University of Idahog M. S. Mr. John Brewer Music Lewis and Clark College, Western Washington College of Education, M., Edf. Mr. G. E. Pancheau Music Western State University, University of Coloradog M. Mu. Ed. 'A" Choir sings a folk song for the Fall Music Festival. 43 t -:1,.,,,, ,,. - :-- is Afiwl 11 Eeinwiasxagszgglvzpi wmtifa " is ti up as-ff P 2 gms! E ff- n 5 fs X s 5322355 lv EQ la as rl ' 35?-ii? ': f4??i99?5ll?lL5?Xi ww ,,' -:", f 11,1-, U,,:-,,:: -ssvwezglgfff-1-if ' sw - , sz.swq-1fi.:-:.-ffaikiif E1s2g?5M,y ,,-ff,:'. 1- f k,., , .,,,.,,,.' ,sfgiggggal fflsfrr ,L ,z K wage ,,, 'LL' f K T -Wfa,1l.t.l.n,.lfnfrflf-iw - .2-gag. ms1x.rszlf ,ls zls.p,1L5y-15-if -V V 7 7 lx,-HS-1 ru' l gg r ftx srlsesleyzf nf :--V1-wxffms?5?siT4es??435'l54e 221155315 ,,.. V ,...,. V ,,..,,... 2 ,L 9125-i5t1If?i1'liY H . . 1Qs2XIiE52gi9E155iE QfV3g5ii:Ffsi':, " - , , izziizziirinfiii f.Qf:iffzgif11i,r'1 if 5:11 72tffgsgjfi7jf'1,. fuililgiin Wzvifg-iiiis-' 1 221 125 iii- 3, Q i J rilfzgg i i f ff s' ' ' Eiimsasi-1 .. f ' Y - , W 'Z K di W f ' ,155 'ff Tiff 1",-1f'??',g5U?ijj7 . - z,1 L,,,1i,g,Q'- 1' ,,,, 'i",.1W,.. t .L,, . i COUNSE LORS The counselors render invaluable service to those students who wish to avail themselves of their resources. Through the employment of personal conferences, wherever possible, the counselors endeavor to alleviate the academic and social problems of the students for whom they are responsi- ble. Besides assisting students with their present problems, the counselors attempt to guide them in the selec- tion of a vocation and the subsequent choice of high school subjects so that they may achieve their goals in life. In addition to their counseling posi- tions the cotmselors teach and fulfill other duties. Among these are: Mr. Taylor, Director of Testingg Mr. Rumpakis, advisor to projectionists and Combined Classes Department Chairmang and Mr. Blair, Track Coach. Miss Dorothy Dundore Senior Girls' Counselor Mr. Robert Taylor Senior Boys' Counselor Mrs. Marcell Maynard Junior Girls' Counselor Mr. Mike K. J. Rtunpakis Junior Boys' Counselor Mrs. Emma Moore Sophomore Girls' Counselor Mr. Stanley Blair Sophomore Boys' Counselor Mrs. Helen Weed Freshman Girls' Counselor Mr. Donald Kearns Freshman Boys' Counselor 44 L,.,,aS'W"""-Q .nw ,, 3-vi"Qs-iv' G' 1p,g9M"!'i SE CRETARIES The smiling, courteous, secretarial staffis ever ready to help the faculty, the students, and visitors of Franklin High School. Their main activity is maintaining accurate records on each student who enrolls at Franklin, and in all phases of school activity. Their service extends to the book room, the student store, the main office, the at- tendance office and counseling office. Mrs. Delphia Eller Assistant Secretary Mrs. Barbara Galbraith Bookclerk Mrs. Barbara Horvath Assistant Secretary Mrs.- Rose McKnight Counseling Secretary Mrs. Lorraine Miller Head Secretary Mrs. Psyche Miller Bookkeeper Mrs. June Peden Attendance Secretary Mrs. Anita Trachsel Assistant Secretary Mrs. Ruth White Assistant Secretary 46 RETIRING TEACHERS Miss Smutz, who has instructed stu- dents for the past forty-one years, mainly i.n the field of foreign lan- guage, is retiring at the end of this school year. Prior to acquiring her position at Franklin thirty-six years ago, she taught for five years in Colo- rado, Wyoming, and Arizona. Al- though Miss Smutz has no definite plans subsequent to her retirement she would like to do part-time teaching. Mr. Neal I-Iorr is retiring this year after forty-two years of teaching. Al- though his college major was mathe- matics, which he taught for fifteen years, he also instructed students in the field of industrial arts for twenty- seven years. After retirement he plans to travel and spend more time on his hobbies. Mr. Laurance Devlin, who first came to Franklin as the athletic coach, in- tends toretire this year from his posi- tions as chairman of the Social Studies Department and social studies teach- er. In addition to his teaching care er, which extends over nearly three dec- ades, Mr. Devlin has engaged i.n many activities ranging from a successful military career to the organizer of Oregon'sfirstBeaverBoys' State. Ac- cording to Mr. Devlin, retirement will provide an opportunity to do more reading, hunting, fishing, and travel- ling. Included in his plans is a trip to Hawaii where he and his wife hope to establish a permanent home. 47 ACTIVITIES Activity and duty are not to be found by the roadside. One must await them on the threshold, ready to bid them enter at the moment of passing, and they pass every day. MAURIC1-3 MAETERLINCK SPORTS To set the cause above renown, To love the game beyond the prize, To honor, while you strike him down, The foe that comes with fearless eyes. SIR HENRY NEWBOLT Julie Auborn, Nikki Smith and Leanne Beard purchase their first student body cards. FROSH ME ET FRANKILIN Over five hundred members of the new freshman class were welcomed to Franklin by the senior class on Ori- entation Day. The freshmen attended their first assembly at which they se- lected their princess, Lalani Wilson, to represent them on the Homecoming Court. Guided by members of the senior class, the new students toured the halls of Franklin, learning about the location of the office, cafeteria and various departments in the school. Their guidance counselors, Mrs. Weed andMr., Kearns, were introduced and familiarized the class with several of Fran.klin's traditions and rules. Fol- lowing the assembly, the freshmen paid their fees for their first Franklin student body card and officially en- tered Franklin as the class of 1967. Freshmen are toured through the halls by seniors Allyn Orme and Ioyce Anderson. HOMECOMING EVENTS WE LC OME QUAKE RS With their return to school, students began their extra-ciuricular activities with the homecoming dance and foot- ball game. The Rose Bowl Court was chosen, according to tradition, to reign at the week-end events. The court included Lorrie Shioshi, Jean Surbaugh, Sherry Sowles, and Leilani Wilson. Senior Lorrie Shioshi was re- vealed at the dance as Queen, and she with her court were in places of honor at the game with Grant the following day. These, the first events of the new school year, renewed the geat tradition of spirit and eagerness so prominent at Franklin High. 51 SURFIN' SIRS STAGE "S IR F U N " The men of Franklin again sponsored a well-planned and highly successful AFM week. The busy week of "Sirfun" started with a card sale, was high- lighted with the slave sale and assembly and concluded with the after- game dance of the Franklin- Washington game. Calculating Jeff Graham is shown on the opposite page, left, conducting the slave sale. Slave Gary Deems is shown at left. Johnny Frank Qrightj and George Baker fopposite page, far rightj, two profes- sional performers, were the attraction of the assembly. Johnny Frank did unusual imitations of various instru- ments, including violin, trumpet, saxophone and troniaone. George Baker, banjo master, played such selections as "Tiger Rag" and "Twelfth Street Rag" and climaxed his performance when he produced the sounds of three banjos from one. With the victorious football team wiping out Washington, and with Addie Bobkins and his dog, Feather, spinning the top discs at the dance, the week of " Si.rfun" was brought to an impressive close. 52 53 n 2 F Roy Lindsey enacts the Haitian Voodoo ceremony. Samuel Reynolds plays "SuInmertjmen H 54 FOLK MUSIC ASSEMBLY "SWlNGS" The National Assembly Association brought two talented musicians to Franklin fora Folk Music assembly on Friday, November 8. The vocalist was Roy Lindsey, with Samuel Rey- nolds at the keyboard., Mr. Lindsey has been active in the musical world since he wassixteen. He was in "Fin- ian's Rainbow" and has made several recordings. Accompanied by New York pianist Samuel Reynolds, he sang: "It's a Good Day, " "Legend of John Henry," "Ugly Woman," and "Old Man River. " In solo arrange- ments, Mr. Reynolds presented"Sum- mertime" and "Somewhere Over the Rainbow. " To conclude the educa- tional assembly, Mr. Lindsey enacted a Haitian Voodoo Ceremony and sang "God Bless Americas " PARENTS ENTER STUDENTS' WORLD Parents of Franklin High students had their chance to return to school on PTA's Open House night. Before going to the classes, the parents attended an introductory program in the audi- torium. This included insuuctions from Mr. Westcott and a performance by the "A" Choir. Through the course of the evening the parents visited the students' classes for shortened periods of about twelve minutes. Each teacher outlined his program of study, the goals he expects to attain and his methods of reaching them. He explained classroom aids, such as texts, films, labs, or special equipment that may be used through- out the year. During study hall periods the parents were free to visit the main office, counseling office, or library. Re- freshments were served in the cafe- teria during lunch periods. m..,is 4,1 Q P . Pictured above are parents visiting the various classes of their children. 55 zzsn xgr :gs ...WMM A startled Bill Bm-nham watches as Charlotte Fowler attempts to outrun a psychiatric attendant. Top: The latest styles in rally outfits are modeled by jeff Graham, Mike Drais, and jim Anstine. Above: Dave Solie and Grant Swanson discuss the old days at Franklin High School. SONG AND SLAPSTICK HIGHLIGHT "REUNION" With the theme "The 1989 Reunion of die Class of 1964, " the senior class produced a talent show full of song and humor. The curtains opened on successful graduate Bob Pliska, now a grey-haired janitor, who, with his French bread, viewed from a corner the reunion of his more successful fellow classmates. Between several displays of vocal tal- ent were the lightening bits of slapstick humor given by Dave Solie and Grant Swanson, shrieking Charlotte Fowler and the senior boys' rally routine. Songs included Dana Sm ith's rendition of "Summertime, " Marilyn Kirigin with "A Taste of Honey," and Bill Burnham and "lf Ever I Could Leave 56 You. " lhe Harmonines and the Mad- rigal group also performed. Finally, the janitor was discovered. After encouragement he joined the group and all sang the timeless "Auld Lang Sy'ne" as the curtains closed. AGS INTROD UCES NEW ACTIVITY Foregoing the usual Dad and Daughter Banquet, AGS decided to present a Mother and Daughter Tea. The evening of entertairnnent, introduced by Lorrie Shioshi, featured the Har- monines and the EED1-ama Class. The Harrnonines included "Lullaby of Birdland" in their repertoire of songs. Mr. Sha.ffer's drama class staged "Everybody'sSecret," with Caroll-Iahn, Carolyn McNerney and Joyce Ander- son taking the leads. After the entertainment, cake, ice cream, punch and coffee were served. The evening gave mothers and daugh- ters a chance to get together and talk with friends and neighbors. It is hoped by the AGS Cabinet that this event will be alternated with the Dad and Daugh- ter Banquet, thus giving Franklin girls a chance to bring each parent to such an activity during their high school days. Top: Diane Bilquist and Mrs. Bilquist purchase tickets from Donna Lyseng as Lorrie Shioshi looks on. Above: Mrs. Wahl, Dian Wahl, and Kathy McNerney enjoy the program presented by the Harmonines. S7 Left: Gloriana, Mountj oy, and Benter ponder the financial foible of Fenwick. Below: The President of the United States confers with the Secretary of State about the consequences of the discovery of the Q-bomb. Right: Gloriana and Tully plan Fen- wick's invasion of the United States. "MOUSE THAT ROARED" SATIRIZES FOREIGN AID Franklin's first play, The Mouse That Roared, wasapungent satire based on the "exorbitant" foreign aid policy of the United States. A small nation, the Duchy of Grand Fenwick, declares war on the United States, expecting to lose and be rehabilitated, because at present they are approaching the state of bankruptcy. Their army of five invades New York during an air raid and unexpectedly captures a brilliant physicist and the ultimate weapon. So, by a ridiculous fluke, they win the war and the United States is forced to sue for peace. Characterization was good all around, and the play was very well received. The leads were, Marilyn Kirigin as Gloriana, Steve Graham as Mountjoy, Ron Windred as Benter, and Steve Morris as Tully. Assisting in the production were Mr. Shaffer, direction, Mrs. Holsinger and the third period commercial art class, program cover, Mrs. Horvath and Carolyn Green, programs, and Mr. Wilson and the commercial art class, publicity. Tully Mountj oy Benter Beston Kokintz President General Snippet Tatum Tom Mulligan Announcer Soldiers Gloriana Norm a Helen Page Marv Jane Fran Pam Ann Steve Morris Stephen Graham Ron Windred Jay Solomon Don Cordi Gary Burke Bill Burnham Russ Miles Mark Bell Dan Graham Mike McCammon Dennis Lewis Steve Savage Ron Deary Marilyn Kirigin Joanne Randol Joyce Anderson Toni Payne Kris Hoss Carolyn McNerney Kathy Kelly MaryLou Nyseth Nancy Eaton 59 Miss Johnson Miss Wilkins Mrs. Reiner jill Debbie Mrs. Bascom Students Trumpeteers Voice s Pam Holbrook Marga Sarriugarte Carol Robertson Gay Stryker Susan Beltz Evelyn Windust Mickey Miller Janet Equall Diane Stone Karen Pancheau Richard Elmore Dick Henry Dan Haapala Doug Ashpole Ion Hall Mr. Flitcroft -- Athletic Director "Mr, Flitcroft is perhaps the best Athletic Director Franklin has ever had. He is enthusiastic and we are very fortunate to have him on. our staff, "said Mr. Mike Stipac, dean of boys. The many duties included in the AthleticDirecto1"s responsibilities are: To order, receive and check all ath- letic equipment, to act as a liaison betweenthe school coaching staff and the administration, to act as an inter- preter ofthe rules for the coaches, and to work to achieve good public rela- tions between school and community. Mr. Flitcroft accomplishes these goals, and is among the best liked of the faculty members. COACHES "If you did your best, you won. " Mr. Mel Fox Varsity Football Mr. Gale Davis Varsity Football, Frosh Wrestling Mr. Eugene Buckner J. V. Football, Frosh Track Mr. Donald Holt J. V. Football, Frosh Basketball l. V. Baseball Mr, Nlartjn Be!-gan NIT. P2111 Hanson Frosh Football BOYS, Girls Swimmme Mr. Jack Burri MI'-2 HGUTY Lind Varsity Wrestling, Frosh Football Cross COUDUY 60 Miss Beryl Piper Girls Tennis Mr. Leonard Gehrke Varsity Basketabll Mr. Gary Jackson J. V. Basketball, Varsity Baseball Mr. Stanley Blair Varsity Track Mr. Richard Mabry Boys Tennis 61 Front Row: D. Decker, H. Schattenberg, K. Stanley, R. Delaney, J. Graham, Row: Mr. G. Davis, S. Ullman, B. Black, I. Goodale, G. Lee, M. Nyseth, G. Kramer, M. Gabner, M. Clark, D. Howell, R. McPherson, R. Bergstrom, VARSITY TEAM SHOWS EARLY PROMISE PIL S TANDINGS Final Standings WLTPct. 9001 Grant , 000 Benson 7 1 1 . 842 Lincoln 6 2 2 , 773 Cleveland 5 4 0 . 556 Marshall 5 4 0 , 555 Wilson 5 4 0 , 555 FRANKLIN 4 5 O .444 Jefferson 3 5 1 , 389 Roosevelt 2 7 O . 222 Madison 1 7 1 .167 Washington O 8 1 . O56 during crucial part gam e. 62 PF 175 188 141 92 107 121 75 120 97 94 68 M.r. Fox confers with Marty Nyseth of the Madison At the Awards Banquet, Athletic Dir- ector, Mr. Flitcroft stated, "This year's football team is the most amaz- ing that Ihave ever seen at Franklin. " This statement was certainly borne out as the "tough little Quakers" down- ed Jefferson and held the state co- champion Grant to a scoreless second half. But the team was proven upset- prone and lost to Roosevelt, Wilson and Marshall on their way down, at the end of the season. Considering the fact that the team was out-weighed in practically every game, the Qua- kers nevertheless finished the season with their fighting spirit intact. J. Anstine, K. Price, V. Thompson, S. Atkinson, L. Williams, K. Stucki, M. Drais, J. Johnson, R. Thompson. Second B. Gallucci, D. Kidwiler, T., Perrin, A, Griffin, R., Snyder, B. Lyman, C. Lewis, Mr. M. Fox. Third Row R. LeBrun, C, Lauer, F, Poujade, L. Elder, P., Moen, R. Chamnis, Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Albany 13 Grant 14 Lincoln 7 Cleveland 7 jefferson 6 Madison 14 Washington 13 Roosevelt 14 Wilson 13 Marshall 19 Crashing through hoop, Val Thompson starts the second half 63 Varsity rally promotes spirit during assembly. Frank1in's defense lines up. Tom Perrin 1721, Alan Zimmerman QSZQ, Bob Gallucci Q64j, and Art Lushenko 1331, run back on the field, after half time instructions, through traditional line. Keith Price 1241 has got him. Rally girls show high spirits. During the final seconds of the second quarter, Val Thompson Q91 flips Joe Goodale 162, a lateral, good for an exceptionally long run against strong Grant defense. 65 Ron Bergstrom U81 leads interference for Bob Gallucci f64j. Front Row:G. Volz, L. McFall, M. Larson, A. Jones, C. Mullen, K. Holstrom, E. Utterstrom, R. Cozad, D. Bowen, B. Miller. Second Row: S. Savage, R. Nagle, H. Tomlinson, A. Cotton, R. Corno, R. Seaberg, J. Lever, D. Olson, R. Jones, S. Lewis, B. Alberg. Third Row:L. Lee, B. Sauer, C. Hopkins, T. Hertz, J. Koontz, C. Griffin, D. Tesdal, G. Drais, C. Samulson. Fourth Row: S. Austin, I. Woodhouse, D. Morgan, R.Thon'1pson, G. Brosnan, A. Lushenko, S. Hawthorn, L. Kolb, D. Thompson. JUNIOR VARSITY HAS TRYING SEASON I The J. V. football team, coached by Mr. Buckner, turned in a record of two wins and six defeats. The team tried hard, but at timesa few unlucky breaks stood between a win and a de- feat. These players will be an asset to the varsity next year. 66 Front Row: Mr. Burri, B. Lovlien, D. Beltr, S. Shanl-cland, R, Steani, S. Gimbol, T. Iacobsen, E., Giannetti, B. Belt, J. Carnes, B. Birch, H. Poujade. Second Row: R. Earnest, G. Harding, B. Dul-arkoop, R. Shioshi, G, Lupo, D. Lindemuth, F. Cook, H. Hainer, R. Harip, R, Parrish, R. Barber, L, Moore. Third Row: S, Hyland, D. Fossati, A, Lushenlco, G. Papasadero, D. Burgard, F. Croft, D. Hicks, D. Larson, R. Soderberg, B. Henarie, S., Adams, T. Orme. Fourth Row:L, Miller, B. Nees, R. Dawes, B. Carlson, M. Bush, D. Papasadero, B. Pfander, G. Siervers, C. Nyehart. Fifth Row! I. Grav, B. Kephart, B. Cejaho, I.. Mole,K.Welberg, F. Sweeny, M. Mosee, J. Brown, Sixth Rowr R. Mc- Nerney, G. Moore, B, Aronson,D. Guans, R.Bristow,G. Davis, D. Hurd, D. Koowtz, C., Louis, P. Purdy, D. Lindley, V., Putnam. FRESHMEN SHOW PGTENTIAL Winning four games and losing only two, the freshman football team tied for athird place birth in the city. Mr. Burri stated that, "the boys on the team were real fine to work with throughout the season and it was the team spirit, contributed by each boy, that won many games. " 67 Front Row: M. Haughton, J. Iohnson,D. Farber, C. Schrader, D. Walton. Second Row! M. Koenig, N. Barnes, A. Bunnel, B. Clow, Mr. Lind. VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY PLACES IN CITY Varsity Cross Country, coached by Mr. Lind, snowed its potential by placing eighth in city competition. Mr. Lind, taking over for Mr. Scheele stated that, "The competition has in- creased during the years Ididn't coach. These runners did their best and de- serve Franklin's admiration for doing so. " A1 Bunnell, Cross Countm-y's top run- ner, streaks toward home during the Marshall meet. 68 J. Allenbrand, R. Reisbeck, B. Coila, B. Bond, M, Petraca, T. Berry. JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY DEVELOPS SKILLS FRESHMAN CROSS COUNTRY WORKS HARD Front ROW: J, C001-5, M, Nakata, M., Johnson, S. Smith, D. Bradford. Second Row: R. R Palmer, K. Temple, R. Niema, A. Howells. 69 Front Row! H. Beigh,L. Oxman, B. LaBarre, T. Krettler, C. MacKenzie. M.. Else. Second Row: R, Frohwerk, T. Wright, G. Super, A, Roley, A. Gulliford, F. Cooney, J. Krettler. BOYS' SWIM TEAM COMPETES Rick Wright executes a fast turn in a swim meet at Buckman. 70 GIRLS' SWIM TEAM SHOWS INITIATIVE Kathy McNerney races toward a victorious finish in the 100 yard butterfly. Front Row: K, Westerfield, C. McNerney, M. Barnett, C. Fuman, K. McNerney, C. Iewell. Second ROWS I. Anstine, M. Gustafson, M. Newby, S. Jewell, S. Benson, C. Oscar. Christian Stiglitz, Satoshi Suzuki, Mirupama Kapal and Geoffry Rush await introductions by Nohad Khazoom FRANKLIN WE LCOMES EXCHANGE STUDENTS As the guests of the Franklin chapter of the International Relations League, four foreign exchange students visited the school on IRL day. These students all attended schools in the Portland area. The students included Christian Stiglitz from Austria, Satoshi Suzuki from Japan, Geoffry Rush from Argen- tina, and Mirupama Kapal from India. The main feature of IRL day was a double assembly in which each student gave a shorttalk about various aspects of his country, and compared these with similar things in America. No- had Khazoom, Franlclin's foreign ex- change student, acted as mistress of ceremonies and also performed a na- tive Iranian dance. During the day, the guests toured the school with IRL members, and visited various classes, A tea was held after school in honor of the visitors. SPIRIT WEEK ACTIVITIES VARY Anew idea came out of Student Coun- cil andbecame Franklin's first "Spirit Week. " The purpose of this week was to promote spirit and co-operation a- mong the students before the Senior- Faculty Game. Each day of the week had a different theme:Monday, "Smi1e Day", created a hiendly atmosphereg Tuesday, "Red and Gray Day", stu- dents wore school colorsg the pre- viously popular "Hush Day" was held Wednesdayg Thursday was "Sock Day", and weird and original socks were part of students' apparelg Friday was "Ap- ple For the Teacher Day"g however, there were a few variations in the type of fruit given. The week ended with the uproarious Senior-Faculty Game and an after game dance. Susie Robinson buys Hush Tag from Nancy Creager The latest styles in socks were modeled on Sock Da and Sheila Pederson. V. 73 Gene Kysar on drums, and Mickey Miller on chimes provide the background for "O Holy Night. " CHRISTMAS SPIRIT ILLUMINATES FRANKLIN Christmas, a time of song and good- will, was celebrated in the double assembly presented by the music and drama departments. Narrated by Russ Miles, the entire music department, covering nearly one-half of the audi- torium, began with the mass number of "Christ.mastide. " The orchestra highlighted with a score from "Toy- land, " and the program moved quickly to the Russian carol of "Ko1yada. " The drama department presented an interpetive reading of "A Christmas Without Santa Claus" in first assembly and in the second, the vocal ensembles performed. Truly "living" stereo was demonstrated in the closing number, "O Holy Night," as all choirs, with orchestra, united in a dramatic finale. R -iffy 1 f, 'z 4' 'Q Top: Before the play, Mr. Shaffer gives his traditional good luck handshake to each member of the production. Here he talks with Steve Morris. Bottom: Caligula, Diana and Tiberius await Marcellus' decision on whether or not to accept Christ. SHAFFER DIRECTS RELIGIOUS DRAMA "The Robe, " a moving religious drama, was presented in February by the Franklin drama department under the direction of Mr. James Shaffer., Based onthe novel by Lloyd C. Doug- las, it is the story ofthe young Roman, Marcellus, who is ordered to conduct the crucifixion of Christ, and then wins His Robe by casting dice. Real- izinghe has crucified an innocent man, Marcellusregards the Robe as a sym- bol of his shame, but through his slave, Demetrius, he draws comfort from it, and finally accepts Christianity. To augment the dramatic impact of play, unusual lighting and sound ef- fects were used. Music from the motion picture production contributed to the emotional feeling prevalent throughout the play. Lead roles in "The Robe" are taken by Mark Bell, Marcellus, and Judy Weinandt, Diana. CAST Stephanos Sarah Melas Demetrius Marcellus Gallio Centurion Paulus Pontius Pilate Captain Fulvius Lucia Gallio Diana Callus Helen Cornelia Gallio Senator Gallio Phoebe Eupolis Theodesia Eupolis Quintus Lucian Rhoada Simon Peter Tiberius Steve Morris Susan Beltz Russ Miles Dan Haapala Mark Bell Jay Solomon Don Cordi Harold Black Carol Hahn Judy Weinandt Nancy Tice Evelyn Windust Gary Burke Joanne Randol Dana Smith Bill Burnham Kathy Kelly Dan Green Ron Windred 77 Caligula Sarpedon Salome Singer Director Asst. Director Stage Manager Timpani Jay Johnson Steve Graham Carla Prier Carol Robertson James F. Shaffer Jody Hatch Jerry Singletary Gene Kysar "Together we'11 rule Rome! " "I see Him! My Lord Jesus--take me' " 78 Right: Senator Gallic, Lucia, and Cornelia attempt to comfort the bad- ly wounded Demeirius. The bewiggedjudge, Rollyn Brown, and Christine Kirigin, courtroom stenographer, listen to the useless pleas of "not guilty. " Lorelee Shinn presents a refreshing commercial about Lester-Crud Shampoo. SOPHOMORES STAGE COURTROOM DRAMA An episode of Arrest and Trial became the theme of the Sophomore Talent Show. The stage was displayed in the typical courtroom set, complete with a bewigged judge, a twelve man rhymingjury, couriroom reporter, and stenographer. The first case brought before the court was Phyllis Snyder, who was accused of disturbing the peace by her singing, followed by the case of seven can-can girls charged with being improperly clad, and a three man combo accused of playing with defective instruments. All tried to prove their innocence by demon- strating their talent. The final case was the Franklin Beatles consisting of Mr. Blair, Mr. Flitcroft, Mr. Jackson, and Mr. Johnson, accused of imitating the less popular Beatles from England. SO l ir COTTONS AND CORDS GREET SPRING Although Spring officially opened a month earlier, the announcement of the traditional Cotton and Cord Day ushered in students' spring wardrobes of cotton clothes. Gay cotton dresses were worn in spite of the dreary weath- er and every student was reminded that the school yearwas drawing to a close and summer vacation approaching. Spring outfits, such as these worn by Joanne Dumas and Kitty Gourley, welcomed the season., Front Row: D. Green, R. Bergstrom, Second Row: B. Seibold, D. Naught, FRANKLIN 45 FRANKLIN 63 FRANKLIN 62 FRANKLIN 60 FRANKLIN 36 FRANKLIN 50 FRANKLIN 55 FRANKLIN 61 FRANKLIN 62 FRANKLIN 60 FRANKLIN 57 FRANKLIN 52 FRANKLIN 51 FRANKLIN 60 FRANKLIN 60 FRANKLIN 53 FRANKLIN 53 FRANKLIN 58 FRANKLIN 40 FRANKLIN 43 Marshall 70 Madison 56 Roosevelt 36 Cleveland 52 Washington 65 jefferson 69 Benson 58 Wilson 67 Lincoln 53 Grant 66 Marshall 45 Madison 46 Roosevelt 40 Cleveland 35 Washington 58 jefferson 54 Benson 56 Wil son 6 8 Lincoln 55 Grant 68 I S, Atkinson, T. Simuble, H. Schattenberg, J. Graham, V. 'l'l1ompson,B, Wirtz. L Avery, I. fWard, S. Ullman, R. Romeike, R. Delaney. BASKETBALL TEAM STAGES UPSETS Pct. GB PF PA PIL Standings PIL Standings QFina1, First Half Q fFi.nal Second Half 1 W L Pct., GB PF PA W L Washington 9 1 .900 771 536 Lincoln 9 l .900 Grant V 9 l . 900 695 569 Washington 8 2 . S00 Wilson 8 2 ., 800 734 641 Jefferson 7 3 , 700 Jefferson I 6 4 . 600 661 605 Marshall 6 4 . 600 Lincoln 6 4 . 600 560 560 Grant 5 5 . 500 Marshall 5 5 . 500 553 569 Benson 5 5 . 500 FRANKLIN 4 6 . 400 554 592 FRANKLIN 5 5 . 500 Cleveland 3 7 . 300 632 641 Wilson 5 5 . 500 Benson I 3 7 . 300 559 583 Cleveland 4 6 .400 Madison 2 S . 200 514 631 Roosevelt l 9 . 100 Roosevelt? 0 10. 000 373 629 Madison O IO. OOO Franklin'i basketball team, under the guidance of Mr. Gehrke, had a difficult season this year due to the team'slack of experience. Through- outthe first half they had a slow sea- son, buti as the second half com- menced, the strengthening of deter- minationj drive, and spirit enabled the team to defeat its next five oppo- nents, irrcluding a surprise win over the state-bound Washington team. Following this, the team fell into a slump and was unable to recover. This wasi Mr. Gehrke's last season as head coach of the basketball team. During his past two years as coach, the team compiled a record of twenty- four wins and sixteen losses. Mr. Gehrke's Franklin coaching career was climaxedbylast year's trip to the state tournament, K 586 509 663 475 674 606 647 574 624 575 577 598 527 525 668 682 575 665 485 690 493 620 TEAM EFFORT SPARKS WINS FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN FRANKLIN: 48 Centenial 40 44 Beverton 44 45 Marshall 26 38 Madison 50 53 Roosevelt 24 37 Cleveland 36 52 Washington4l 45 Jefferson 54 52 Benson 51 55 Wilson 34 55 Lincoln 51 46 Grant 48 47 Marshall 49 64 Madison 73 50 Roosevelt 34 36 Cleveland 34 48 Washington44 50 Jefferson 52 47 Benson 43 46 Wilson 56 52 Lincoln 29 47 Grant 64 14 wins, 8 losses Front Row: S. Schmeer, H. Tomlinson, S. Hawthorne, S. Hanna, B. Carnes, F. Davis, D. Stone, Second Row: J. Woodhouse, C. Griffen, R. Putnam, D. Roisom, M. Larson, R. Seaburg, S. Lewis, K. Holsirom. Third Row: J. Heiman, J. Goodale, IL Utterstrom, A. Andrews, D. Henry, K. Kolb. 86 Front Row: Ed Croft, R. Stefani, S. Shanl-cland, M. Nakata, L. Moore, S Snuth, L Bmstow, B I-hcks, R. Burgard, V. Putnam, D. Evans. Second Row: K. Hansen, D. Lmdley, H. Poujade, R. Pa.rr1sh, B Lovhen, B Henarle, S Gimbol, G, Papasadero, S. Heath, B. Birch, D. Galluccl FIGHTING FRESHMEN BOW TO DEFEAT FRANKLIN 55 FRANKLIN 45 FRANKLIN 55 FRANKLIN 43 FRANKLIN 40 FRANKLIN 45 FRANKLIN 34 FRANKLIN 50 FRANKLIN 63 FRANKLIN 71 Madison 60 Cleveland 50 Benson 51 Lincoln 56 Marshall 38 Roosevelt 47 Washington 56 jefferson 47 Wilson 70 Grant 62 FRANKLIN: 4 wins, 6 losses juv-' gg- PIL WRESTLING STANDINGS W L Q- - ,L,f,,f. W. Pct. 'PF PA M31-Shall 10 O 000 376 129 Wilson 8 2 800 306 176 Grant 8 2 800 286 229 Madison 7 3 700 262 225 Benson 6 4 600 288 193 Cleveland 6 4 600 255 209 FRANKLIN 4 6 400 234 253 Lincoln 3 7 300 243 231 Roosevelt 2 8 200 140 335 Jefferson 1 9 .100 164 367 Washington 0 10 . O00 167 372 WRE ST LERS QUA LIFY After a good season of four wins and six defeats, the varsity wrestling squad made an impressive performance dur- ing the annual city meet at Grant. Mike Drais topped all honors this year by taking the city championship in the heavyweight division. Pete Prim- iano, senior, at 115 pounds, took fourth place along with Russ Miles at 123 pounds. Capturing a third place honor was Loren Johnson weighing in at 130 pounds. Atthe annual city meet for freshmen, fourwrestlersplacedfirstz Glen Hard- ing at 105 lbs., Paul Perkins at 141 lbs. , Hal Haines at 148 lbs. , and Fred Kimball at Heavyweight. Front Row: G., Mier, L, Williams, A. Jones, C. Lewis, D. Moxley, M, Drais. Second Row: D, Larson, L. Casciato, P, Primiano, L. Johnson, A. Bunnell. Front Row: M. Jones, D. Wolford, R. Candland, G. Drais, B. Aalberg, M. Patracka, T. Hillard, D. Tompson, G. VO17., B. Miller. I.. Miller. Second Row:T. Gallant, L. Dayton, R. Reisbeck, R. Thompson, R. Doyle, R. Hoover, S. Bodeman, K. Rose, D- MOI'- gan, C. Brenner, A. Bufton. B. Hill, S. Austin. Front Row:B, Commers, D. Marsch, A, Lushenko, R. Shioshi, J. Hyland, R. Siemssen, J. Lehmann, E. Moffit, D. Ferretti, Second Row:S, Willis, J. Brown. G, Harding. D. Smith. R. McNernev. B. Walker. T. Girvan. T. Krettler. G. Dovle. M. Else. Third Row: A, Anderson, E. Murdock, R. Earnest, P. Perkins, F. Kimball, D. Heller, C. Nyehart, C. Palmer, H. Haines, K. Ross, T. Gray, 89 SERVICEMEN INFORM QUAKER BOYS Thursday, March 12, brought six ser- vicemen to Franklin for an Armed Forces assembly. This assembly was to inform Franklin junior and senior boys of their military obligations. The AirForce, Army, Coast Guard, Mar- ines, and Navy were all represented. The sixth man served as chairman. The students were informed of both physical qualifications, such as eye- sight fin the Air Forcej, and height, and mental qualifications. They were also told where and when to report to the Draft Board. The assembly was important in that it is the moral, and legal, obligation of every able Amer- ican boy to serve his country in this respect. COMBO ACCENTS ROCK 'N' ROLL AFM concluded its year of activities witha special assembly for boys. Jay Johnson, AFM President, and the AFM senate voted to book the Hollywood Accents, apopular rock and roll com- bo. Among the numbers they did were "Twist and Shout, " "Louie, Louie, " "Shout, " and the ominously titled "Seaside Party, " the combo's original creation. It was unfortunate that the assembly was not open to the girls, as the reception by the boys was some- what indifferent. Above: "Louie, Louie" was the most popular number performed by the Tempests during the Twirp Week assembly. Left: Among the slaves sold during the slave sale were Cheri Anderson and Ruth Ellingson. Holding their prize ducklings are junior Twirp King Kangaroo Court sentenced Ron Corno to be fed by Lin Casciato and Senior Twirp Queen Judy Larson. Betty Solj aga. THE .W-OMAN LS BEQUESTED TO QAY Class competition inthe sale of Twirp Tags opened the week of AGS activ- ities. The tags admitted students to the Twirp Assembly, Thursday, fea- turingthe popular combo, The Tem- pests, and the slave sale held Friday morning before school. At the dance held Saturday night, students voted for Twirp King and Queen. The court consisted of Seniors, Judy Larson and jeff Grahamg Juniors, Marga Sarrui- garte and Lin Casciatog Sophomores, Diane Weisenberg and Steve Cornog Freshmen, Gloria Goesch and Steve Smith. The "Needle in the Haystackn was found at the AGS sponsored Twirp Dance which closed the annual Twirp Week. Satu.rday's dance, "Needle inthe Hay stack," was well attended and fea tured a variety of music. 93 Manpower supplements horsepower as six boys help Linda Adams get her car into the street. 94 EXECUTIVE CABINET ENCOURAGES SAFETY Once a year safety week is held to stress traffic safety among high school stu- dents. Planned by executive cabinet, this year's week carried the theme of "Buckle Up for Safety. " The week's activities included a car safety check, awritten safetytest, a driving test, an assembly, dance, and reliability run. The safety check, conducted with the aid of the police department, awarded stickers to those whose cars met the Oregonsafetyrequirements. Featured at the assemblies were two movies, "Sergeant Hallibrand" and "Signal 30. " During the assemblies the win- ners of the safety competition were announced. They were Sheridan At- kinson, Bob Kelley, and Ron Delaney, who were awarded seatbelts. The re- liability run, sponsored by Epsilon, consisted of a twenty-three minute plannedcourse. Placinghighest inthe standings were Clark Arasmith, Jeff Graham, and Bill Stroup. 5k!3?23iE?i5El?si' jeff Graham and Gary Webb check safety requirements of a car entered in the safety check. 95 QUEEN CLAUDETTE EBI MAY FETE HONORS SERVICE Annually the May Fete ceremony is held to give recognition to those senior girls who have made outstanding con- tributions to Franklin, Each of the seven candidates had held positions of responsibility and had given her time and effort for the benefit of the student body. To repeated strains of "Pomp and Cir- cumstance" the I964 May Fete Court promanaded down the aisle through an auditorium filled with excited Qua- kers to assume the ir positions surround- ing the throne in the gay "Masque of May" setting. Master of Ceremonies Gary Webb an- nounced each princess and her escort to the students. Claudette Ebi, car- rying her royal roses and escorted by Val Thompson, entered as the 1964 Queen of May Fete. Prime Minister Jeff Graham placed the shining tiara on her auburn hair. Deserving and usually unrecognized students were titled Knights of May Fete and presented with long-stemmed red roses. Then for the entertainment of Her Majesty and court, the Franklin Music Department presented a varied program. "Knights of May Fete Jay Anderson Sheryl Bartel Marjorie DeBuse Lois Dunlop Louise Dunlop Steve Equall Gary Field Carolyn Green Jorja Guthrie Doug Howard Pamela jones Bob Lipscomb Norma Luster Sue Mitchell Caroline Moore Tom Nakata Allyn Orme Jeannette Popp JoAnn Randol Larry Reece Mary Ann Rohler Donna Ross Karen Sarriugarte Sandra Scott Jerry Singletary jon Skaggs Ben Skonnard Jeff Starr Dave Walton Judy Yann Princess Phyllis Bolder Princess Judy Larson Princess Nancy Boyd Princess Lorrie Shioshi 97 Princess Ruth Ellingson Princess Susan Smurthwaite Nancy Boyd Claudette Ebi Marilyn Kirigin Deanna Peters . Dana Smith Judy Weinandt 98 ROSE FESTIVAL COURT SHOWS BEAUTY, POISE As Student Body President Gary Webb stepped out on the dimly lit stage, all wasahush, With little signs of emo- tion he introduced Franklin's Rose Fes- tival Princess--Gail Weyand. After the initial shock, Princess Gail pro- ceeded to congratulate the student body on their accomplishments of the past year. After what seemed lil-ce an eternity, Gail announced the name of our new Princess, Marydith Hooker. Princess Marydith, inher regal dress of pink satin, emerged from the magni- ficent stage setting, highlighted by a revolving backdrop, to the spontan- eous cheers ofthe members of the stu- dent body. After receiving the crown andredroses, she saluted her admirers with emotion filled words expressing her heartfelt thanks. PRINCESS MARYD ITH HOOKER F1-ont Row: D. Elmore, A. Bunnell, K Stanley, M. Drais, L, Williams A Griffin, G Brosman L Hendricks, M. Haughton. Second Row: M. Tierney, D Moxley, I Kincaid, M Walsh, D Walton, B. Walsh, G Lee D Farber C Schrader, S., Morris. Third Row: M., johnson, M. Avery, L. Avery C. Lauer VARSITY TRACK HAS LOSING SEASON Inexperience and youth typified this year-'strack squad under the direction of Mr. Stanley Blair, temporary re- placement for FranQklin's regular track mentor, Mr. Leonard Scheele. Only eight seniors turned out, placing a burden upon the inexperienced under- classmen who were competing on the varsity level for the first time. The lack of depthresulted in some greatly disappointing losses, but they never broke the team's spirit The team was greatly disappointed about their showing in the PIL Relays, held early in the season, and consequently put in a great effort in the rest of their meets. Some outstanding individual performances and a fine team effort highlighted the track season. The in- valuable experience gained by the underclassmen made the season more than worthwhile for the whole squad. Front Row: D. Dolan, D. Sewell, C. Griffin, N. Hendrickson, M. Petrarca, D. Jewell, R. Nagle, N. McGibbon, D. Morgan. Second Row: A. Lushenko, A. Miller, B. Coita, 1. Poole, B. Beswick, G. Drais, L Wong, V. Fitzhugh, B. Hay, K. Turhune, Third Row: S. Lewis, A. Andres, J. Woodhouse, D. Duhrkoop, T. Berry. J. V. CINDERMEN FLUCTUATE FRESHMAN THINCLADS SHOW PROMISE Front Row: E. Murdock, M. Johnson, C. Louie, F. Grase, A. Federici, M. McKin.uen, D. Smith, I. Brown, B. Draze. Second Row: K. Hansen, K. Temple, R. Rivera, F. Nelson, R. Alexander, R.. Shoishi, A. Lushenko, F. Croft, S. Gim bol, D. Hurd, H. Gaines, P. Perkins, D. Papasadero. Third Row: F. Sweeny, M. Gallucci, G. Davis, R. Barber, R. Earnest, D. Lindley, D., Postlewaite, R. Parrish, C, Nyhart, R., Anacker, G. Papasadero, J. Koons, M. Davis. ln AVNW. L - Sa. .l 1Ol 102 , . - . A I Q y Ad , ' ' " 1 Q T 12' .ifvhfiws fi --e , ,Z 4 wg -A-.5 . gf, ,i K - 'V A-1 w V misfgliw- .2,,,g ' V. .5 , ,, Z 1 fi: , 4, . ' 1 ' Q 3 - 1-Q 1 .y H L. .ks ,ni 3 3 , fv- 5 ,ff V gwgi, .. " ' Q.. 8 ' J Qrak. - 3 , 9 .. 9 if f 12 22227 if 1 'T' ' nf N - az.. V' ' E V K :i.f'?'T "'7'jf: :' Sa,a - Nag, ff ' -1.51 ws. I - ' "" ,. - ' , ' Mi . if s . . . W . " ,, - ' 11. .. my . ff f eilif' -- liffiffiffff if., ff . . ' ' , ' he , ' I -, We .xx 1: A A L' . A' L K ' - 'T .. 'fr W dwg Q fe . -vimv 2 V' A' ami K f. ""' '21 A. ay ' K J K . 59 . , . . Qgigg I gg, 1, Hu ,gi V. 145, gli, ' N W . 1 , -f N .J .4 fm few.. s' , --VV A , S he ' , W no . ' 2 I S 2 E L xi 521, , T fx? , n . fe M A , ffl, mfg rm ' A -2e.2i ,,. , ' 52,-: L T ' ' 7 flu 'I , 51' Ti if f T . . . yi?'if'L ? W ap . i , .. S 'Fw A -Y T , ' A fi ,IQ Q V' . . . A f I M .f f fff,.. '-.. g r W ' .:' -K K :Q rfw.fff, k fra: ' iv ,f-fi' af K '-5 -:ffl ' ,. ,ga 1 , :Vg : qgra -f , , 'fi 5- p w a f f, X I Ja:-F5 , 5' - , -, I " f -, ' . I Si Front Row: R. Thompson, G. Conyne, B. O'Nei1, N. Barnes, L.. Johnson, D. Thompson, Second Row: S, Norton, T. B911 ington, j, Suran, R. Henry, G. Albricht. TENNIS TEAMS NET SCORES Front Row: S. Bonney, C. Jewell, J. Federici. Second Rowr C. Florea, G. Gunderson, M. Thompson, L Anderson. 103 Front Row: L. Casciato, R.Marconi, M.Mirich, J. Graham, S. Atkinson, D. Hesson, B. Black, 1. Jossy, Second Row: J. Emra, V., Thompson, B. Wirtz, S. Hawthorne, R. Putnam, K. McCormick,l. Goodale, D. Kidweiler, J. Starr, B. Schmorl, J. Gatto, M. Rouw. VARSITY BASEBALL HAS SLOW FIRST HALF 104 ' 1 'f 17155 HT ' ' ff.: i.?irS1f.s- m :..fzzs'J"' ' , . 1 Fran.k1in's baseball team, under the direction of Mr. Gary jackson, made a fair showing this year. Made up of an equal number of juniors and sen- iors, next years team should prove succesful due to the experience gained this year. The Junior Varsity baseball team has also made an average win- loss record for themselves even though they displayed fine form and sports- manship due to tl1e fine coaching by Mr. Donald Holt. 5 ' M ,. T, ,. n e175'yg3 I Tig 7' ' F57 '.1f',i5 y E, E ,, , . JW , N, Mi -' f, f ' A M 7, 5 S V. v V ' E v K Q, 5' . f ,A , . K ,z Y X11 19 r g. , , ,xr -W W .2 Nbw5'9J+ ' ,'SgKE'29 . 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Weberg, G. Booth, G, Deems. Second Row: K. Pierce, V. Libke, R. Delaney. GOLFERS PLAY ROSE CITY COURSE 106 ALL STARS TOPS IN CITY 'l 3 2 51 L f 1' ffl - Qfj ' I .-fix-17' .. , W ' . .' -' r L A A T if ' ,, . Q K 1 , - . gg 12 K 1 2' ' - , - f' ' :fri A . f Luther Avery-City All Stars, Track, Placed 2nd inl963 and Sth in states competition. New School High jump record at 6 feet. Highest Individual Jump of 6 feet at 1964 Metro-PIL Relays. Jim Ward-CityAll Stars, Basketball, 2nd Team. Mike Drais-CityAll Stars Football 2nd Team Defenseg Placed lst City Wrest- ling Tournament at Heavyweight, Scholar Athlete award, PIL Nominated for National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame. Jeff Graham- CityAll Stars, Football lst Team Offense Val Thompson-CityAl1 Stars, Football lst Team Offense Lauren Johnson- CityAll Stars. Placed 3rd City Wrestling Tournament at 130 pounds. Russ Miles-CityA1l Stars. Placed 4th City Wrestling Tournament at 124 lbs. Pete Primiano-CityA1l Stars. Placed 4-th City Wrestling Tournament at 115 polmds. ST UDE NT ORGANIZATIONS The smallest effort is not lost, Each wavelet on the ocean tost Aids in the ebb-tide or the flowg Each rain- drop makes some floweret blow: Each struggle lessens human woe. CHARLES MACKAY STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT Tom Nakata Officiating at all of the meetings of Executive Cabinet, and coordinating student government and student acti- vities were two major jobs of fall Stu- dent Body President, Tom Nakata. His leadership abilities made it pos- sible for him to guide his cabinet to the successful planning of student af- fairs, such as homecoming and school elections. STUDENT BODY VICE-PRESIDENT Ga.ryWebb Presiding over the student council was the chief duty of fall Student Body Vice-President, Gary Webb. In con- nection with this responsibility, he was a delegate to the Greater Portland Inter High School Safety Council. His ser- vice on this council benefitted the stu- dent body's attitude concerning traffic safety by making the students aware of traffic dangers, 110 CABINET SPONSORS HOME COMING Executive Cabinet consists of the sev- en student body officers and the four class presidents. The cabinet pro- motes citizenship by providing a Con- tact between the students and student government. Representatives from the cabinet are delegated to attend Region III conferences which provide an opportunity for an exchange of ideas among the schools. Each year, the members of Executive Cabinet formulate a budget for funds collected from the sale of student body cards. The budget includes money for the publication of the school newspaper, for May Fete, and various dances. Executive Cabinet also out- lines a list of activities to be printed on a calendar of events, giving dates for such activities as athletic events, faculty meetings, and special pro- grams. Fall Executive Cab inet sponsors various activities, including, this year, first all school activity, homecoming, and the Candyland Dance. The highlight of the homecoming was an after game dance. In December, the cabinet held the annual Candyland Dance, the theme of which was "WinterParadise. " S. B. SECRETARY Marydith Hooker S. B. TREASURER Dave Solie S. B. PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN Phyllis Bolder A. G. S. PRESIDENT Lorrie Shioshi A. F. M. PRESIDENT Gordon Henderson SENIOR CLASS PRESIDEN T Bob Pliska JUNIOR CLASS PRESIDENT Mike Michigami SOPHOMORE CLASS PRESIDENT Steve Lewis FRESHMAN CLASS PRESIDENT Steve Smith In ix - I XXf--Eau Xcqx K kg . CSR R-ffl' Qs' X P, Fl' Q, fx A ' A io Exe- capxls.-Lg, SE, it . XE To SC 5 Q 311- 1. SS -1 'Ti A?--' . 'T 1? if-1.-of , QR Bi? We -A QE? I xg fb F? " ' ""h V'7'955i"iii57- 555' s f 2, A Y !i.i'ffT?fv I ' ::.g,,i1: I Wg , . I ff1'i.'m .mfg uf A .125 ' - 1 11- if , -' . -11 , . -E Sf - :K - ,, ' H-257 , 1 ,1-1 ' n 'r I I .2 f735555if:i mgwmewgxf - f ,N I iklgxflkf We, S2 Y .,.,W2,. M .WW fi.. 1. ifigiiifisil W ,N ,mi , I 5 Y Jag X! S 1z,ef'rs21fs,x 332 gif-9,355.83 21 wg 1f1,.w1,:v ,M .,,.. ...,,A.,, JQ.w4:Qg1? :fi 5i5zQ?'5 357 Vlmtwsti :E 'Lif lf5fff55if5zI527g:f: '?Eli5Egi3Vi?iiS7i5ffs1 ykwggamgf ,,,,..HwAa . ,,L.,S,.s,W, L f. f7f5:?f55f5iTf?5if Efx Q,a55wf? 'Q ki, ns, . 1 .-:..,:A Jai El., . .. ,lv ,W A 3 ., , Rem? My L..,-1 ,1,.f1,11Z, . 35Z':'lE'l', I'- 4iasaa..M 'Uiiiix :muff '53:5?z' ,ifs?f- 5' - g, .Q i Q SPRING CABINET PRESENTS SAFETY WEEK Safety week, an annual event at Fran- klin, was the first responsibility of the spring Executive Cabinet.. For the first time, this activity was held in conjunction with the newly formed Greater Portland Inter High School Safety Council. The Work of Exe cutive Cabinet reached its peak as the year drew to an end. The members organized the annual celebration of May Fete, beginning with the selection of twenty-five candidates for queen and climaxing with the May Fete Dance. At the same time, the cabinet was mal-ring preparations for the selection and an- nouncement ofthe Rose Festival prin- cess. Before either of these events had been completed, Executive Cabinet made arrangements for the election of next fall's student body and class officers. After the installation, a luncheon was held to honor both the outgoing and the incoming officers. Despite the hard work and patience which their duties had demanded of them, each officer turned over his position to his successor only with reluctance. STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT Gary Webb With experience as Student Body Vice- President during the fall term of his year, and service as Vice-Chairman of the Greater Portland Inter High School Safety Council, Gary Webb was well qualified to assume the duties of Student Body President. Last summer, Gary attendedthe Boy's State Conven- tion, held annually at Oregon State University for outstanding high school le aders. Mr. Westcott leads the newly elected spring Executive Cabinet in the oath of office. 113 STUDENT BODY VICE-PRESIDENT Allyn Orme Allyn Orme, springStudent Body Vice- President, was well acquainted with student government at Franklin., He had served as an AFM senator, a stu- dent council representative, and a career conference representative. An honor student, Allyn was selected as a delegate to the Boy's State Con- vention and as chairman of the Fran- klin Forum student committee. PROBLEMS FACE COUNCIL Problems of daily life at Franklin faced the fall Student Council. Under the leadership of Student Body Vice-Pres- ident, Gary Webb, the council offered some possible solutions. Of major concern was the attitude of many area residents towards Franklin students. Complaints had been received about littering of yards by the students during lunch periods. A "word-of-mouth" campaign was initiated to improve this situation., Another problem was the similar condition in the school cafe- teria., A committee was delegated to ask the members of Lettermen to form clean-up patrols during lunch periods. Questions of school spirit and Q pride were also presented before the council. The council merits com- FALL OFFICERS - Judy Larson Secretary' mendation for their interest in school Gary Deems, President pro-telnporeg , affairs. Gary Webb, President. FALL REPRESENTATIVES - Front Row: Cv. Field, G. Burke, J. McCloud D. Cordi, D. Farber, G, Webb,J.Larson, J, Brown, S. Gimbol, P. Halvorson, L. Aurand, L., AnDyke, S., Sapp. Second ROW! S. Wells, R. Austin, C. Baucom, C. Crosby, C. Moore, L. Dunlop, B. Durkoop, N. Nonne, P. Tourville, D. Tourville, K. MCCann, T. Mealey, M.Jacketta. Third Row: S. Morgan, C. Harrell, L. Swan, R. Bateman, C. Beigh, G. Cettina, D. Peters, J. Gleim, P. Isaacs, S. Hudson, T. Sullivan, T. Edwards, S., Engstrom, N. Lee, C. Robertson, G. Isadore. Fourth Row: N. Boyd, N. Creager, J. Hoddevik, L. Adams, G. Rask, D. Bradford, R. Shioshi, M. Sarriugarte, L. Annas, S. Lorusso, K. Walsh, S. Smith, M. Howard, K. Hook, l-L Kercher. Fifth Row: S. Alf, T. Bergstrom, K., Kolb, R. Corno, S. Hanna, B. Gallucci, G. Horzig, T. Kenny, M. Cavin, R. Sorensen, P. Schofding, M. Peloquin, S. Walters. Sixth Row: D. Ross, M. Debuse, I. Juul, C. Byer, D. Chambers, 1. Hines, P. Prusak, L. Larson, V. Ellenwood. 114 SPRING REPRESENTATIVES Row l: B., Burch, C., Bradshaw, B. Jensen, J. Hiunble, L. Annas, J. O'Brien, A, Orme, B. Lipscomb, S. Beltz, C. Croft, P. I-Ialvorson, A. Smith, D. Tillman, Row 2: B, Oesteneicher, C., Hahn, 1. Hoddevik, N. Creager, S. Sowles, K. Walsh, S. Lorusso, J. Alsman, M., Kieser, P. Herzig, L. Thum, T. Sabah, M. Mitchell, K. Kelly, S. VanCleave. Row 3: E. Windust, P. Isaacs, J. Krupp, L., Falaschetti, S. Scfmmers, M., Terao, S, Sommers, l., Webb, D. Lee, M. Conlee, S, Lee, J. Faulhaber, L Grimes, D. Jones, M., Mills. Row 4: C. Smurthwaite, Ss Robinson, B. Hay, A. Andrews, G. Henderson, S. Graham, S. Morris, M. Nakata, L. Beard, L, Morgan, F. Repp, C. Walsh, B. Webb, S. Jewell. Row 5: S. Equall, I-L Peter, D. Green, R. Payne, P. Primiano, L, Johnson, D. Puetz, E. Nylander, D. Carlough, J., Clements, S. Kibe, S. Williams, J. Torelle, I. Auborn, S. Benson, L, Nielsen. Row 6: B. Aronson, J. Anstine, K., Stucki, V. Thompson, W., Grace, A. Lusheul-co, S. Annas, B. Henarie, R., Deary, H. Tom- linson, J. Knutson, J., Edwards, W. Rall. SPRING OFFICERS-jean O'Brien, Secretary, Allyn Orme, President, Bob Lipscomb President pro-tempore. SPRING COUNCIL BOOSTS SCHOOL SPIRIT "Hush Day," "Red and Gray Day, " "Apple for the Teacher Day," and "Smile Day" were four of the various daily themes of the Spring Student Council's spirit week., Held just be- fore spring vacation, several activities were planned to boost school spirit and pride. Later inthe spring, the Student Council members incorporated their efforts in an anti-litter clean-up week. Class competition was held, with each class assigned to keep the school neat one day. Atthe end of the week, an award was presented to the class which had done the bestjob. The finale of this series of activities was an evening dance, to which members of the winning class were admitted free. 115 FALL OFFICERS - Front Row: Lorrie Shioshi, Presidentg SPRING OFFICERS-Front Row: Sue Smurthwaite, President, Sue Smurthwaite, Vice President. Second Row: Phyllis Phyllis Harris, Vice President. Second Row: Kathy Mc- Harris, Secretary, Suzanne Bonney, I-Iistoriang Bonnie Birch, Nerney, Secretary, Suzanne Bonney, Treasurer. Not pictured Treasurer. is Denise Tourville, Historian. YEAR REPS-Doreen jackson, Senior, ,lean Surbaugh, junior, Connie Harris, Fresh- man. Not pictured: Diane Weisenberg, Sophomore. 116 A. G. S. ALTERS TRADITION The Associated Girl Students of Fran- klin altered tradition this year with the innovation of a mother and daugh- ter tea. Other customs, such as the se- lection of six girls - of - the -month, remained unchanged as the organi- zation suove to promote spirit and continuing friendship among the girls. The fall cabinet, under the leadership of Lorrie Shioshi, sponsored one of the first after-game dances, "Backfield in Motion, " The Big and Little Sister program, designed to help new girl students become acquainted with other girls and life at Franklin, was con- tinued. In October, A. G. S. pins Went on sale to raise funds for their many activities. Tradition was broken with the establishment cf a bi-annual mother and daughter tea, to alternate with the father and daughter banquet. The theme of this year's affair was "Sip Along With Mom. " When girls defy convention and court the boys, fun and frolic are sure to abound. Withthis inmind, the spring cabinet of AGS produced its annual Twirp Week. Centering on the theme of"Hayloft Hootenanny, "work on the project began in late winter. The girls formed committees to plan such activities as a slave-sale, an assem- bly, and a Saturday night dance, the "Needle in a Haystack. " ln accor- dance with the theme, AGS repre- sentatives and officers sold cowboy hats, instead of the usual twirp tags. The hats admitted all purchasers to the assembly and the dance, and en- titled the boys to gallant "chivalry" from the girls. FALL REPRESENTATIVES-Front Row: M. Beltz, D. Weisenberg, I. Andrew, J. Scates, J. Hoddevilc, U. Olsen, L. Shioshi, S. Smurthwaite, D. Jackson, J. Chalker, G. Holmes. Second Row! J. Bishop, L, Sahli, S. Ullman, I. Alsman, L, Elliot, D. Wahl, M. Terao, D. Kasparek, T. Sullivan, I. Surbaugh, W. Middlehoven, R., Wiatt. Third Row: K. VonDerGathen, M. Nyseth, G. Granato, S. Sowles, D. Lyseng, S. Robinsen, S. Young, I, Federici, D, Noren, N. Khazoom, C. McNer- HGY, S, McAdam, P. Hylander. Fourth Row: S. Bartel, P. Vice, C, Guy, I. Smith, C. Warren, C. Allin, L. Koskela, H. lmfield, N. Smith, S. Benson, C. Harris, S. Krueger, D. Vasile, M., Kushner. SPRING REPRESENTATIVES-Front Row: M. Darby, S, Bartel, A. Ellis, I. Surbaugh, D. Jackson, 5- Sm!!-i'11l1W21i'fe, Po Hal-1-ig, K, MCNQTHQY, S, Bonney, D, Weisenberg, Second Row: B. Hamlin, A. Iernberg, P. Miller, 5. Weesner, F- Soljaga, M. Sarriugarte, D. Bilquist, D. Wahl, N. Trillci, R. Bateman, NL, Sandoz, B. Kidd. Thu-d Row: .M. Mlller K. Haverkamp. L, Wilson, J. Coffey, J. Azorr, C. Huck, S. Loruso, I. luul, K. 5Cl1i1f11l1iS, C. BYCF, Pu Shllm, N- Eaton. Fourth Row: B. Mclntosh, D. Shields, M. Kennedy, N. Remme, M. MorehOuS, N. Shatko, Ho WUSOH, Ku Wolf, M. Gustafson, G. Geltz, I. Hines. 117 FALL OFFICERS Front Row Gordon Henderson, President. SPRING OFFICERS - Front Row: Mike Michigami, Vice Presi- Second Row Jeff Graham, Vice President, BobLipscomb. dentgjay Johnson, President, Mike Tierney, Secretary. Second Third Row Mike T1erney, Treasurer, Gary Tash, Historian. Row: Mark Clark, Treasurer, Steve Lewis, Historian. A, F. M. PRESENTS "SIRFUN" Again this year, the Affiliated Franklin Men contributed to raising the school spiritthrough various activities. The organization was instrumental in get- ting the boys toback school functions. Lnthe fall, A. F., M. , led by President Gordon Henderson, sponsored a suc- cessful week of activities. lncluded were the sale ofA. F. M. cards, a slave sale, and assembly, and an after game dance, entitled"Sirfun. " Each month the men of Franklin selected a man- of- the-month from among the out- standing students., The spring cabinet of AFM went to work immediately after their election. Before the first meeting had been held, the new president, Jay johnson, 118 had made the final arrangements for the graveling of the path from Division Street to the school, a project pro- posed during the fall term. During the rainy, winter months, the muddy footpath had been a cause of dismay to the many students using it, These students greatly appreciated AFM's efforis to improve the bothersome con- ditions on the way to school. The athletic department of Franklin profited from the benevolence of our boys' league. One-hundred and fifty dollars were donated by AFM for the purchase of film for taking pictures of athletic events, The coaches reviewed the films with their teams in order to point out the we ak points and mistakes of previous games. Gordon Henderson distributes ice- cream to AFM reps at the last AFM meeting of the fall term. FALL SENATORS - Front Row: Roger Moeng Bob Kelley. Second Row: Mike Draisg Marvin Mir-ich. Third Row: Mike Johnsong Jay Johnson. SPRING SENATORS-Front Row: S. Graham, J. Goodale, D. Bowen, D. I-lesson, R. McPherson. Second Row: M. Rouw, D. Wolford, G. Hillesland. Third Row: F. Gaspro, I. Coons, R. Payne, R. Moore. Fourth Row: I. Wong, M. Johnson, S. Fassatti, S. Berube, D. Yandle, L. Lewis. Jay Johnson consults Mr. Fiitcroft, AFM advisor after first spring meeting. 119 GIRLS AND MEN OF Tl-IE MONTH - Bottom Rowgj. Guthrie, Scholarship, L. Shioshi, Cooperation, I. Larson, Friendship., Second Row: J, Weinan- dt, Neatnessg P. Bolder, Leadership, C. Ebi, Spitit. Third Row: D. Ho- ward, Scholarshipg M. Drais, Courtesy, G, Henderson, Leadership, G, Webb, Neatness. Fourth Row: T. Nakata, Cooperation3B, Lipscomb, Courtesy. Not Pictured: M. Hooker, Personalityg K. Stucki, Spirit. AOS, AFM HONOR TOP STUDENTS At various times throughout the year, fourteen Franklin students become re- cipients of monthly awards presented by AGS and AFM. Seven boys and seven girls obtain this honor, which is given for high ability or for special service to the school. The girl-of- the-month receives the privilege of wearing the AGS bracelet until the selection of her successor. The AFM pin, inscribed with the topic of the month, is given to each man-of-the- month. In late spring, the student body chooses a girl-of-the-year and aman-of-the-yearfrom among Fran- klin's top students. ln recognition of their achievements, these two indi- viduals are awarded gifts. The girl receives permanent possession of the AGS bracelet and the boy receives a plaque. M211 Of The Y99-1' Girl of the Year Tom Nakata Phyllis Bolder 120 SCHOOL GROUPS We live in deeds, not years. BAILEY Majorettes: Lois Dunlop, Karen Hakkinen, Nancy McShatko, Louise Dunlop. Drum Major: Gary Field. BAND AND ORCHESTRA STIMULATE MUSICAL INTEREST Front Row: L. Riddle, S, Warren, D. Pfeander, N. Gruer, K, Witt, C. Schrader. NL Rueck, M, Leslie, S, Tinner, J. Auborn, L. Johnson, J. Drake. Second Row: S, Coventry, S. Dobbie, C. Bausch, 5. Peek, D. Hall, V, Adams, I. Hawkins, D, Bradford, D, Willis, I. Starr, M. Teeny, I. Hoenie. Third Row: T. Tindall, A, Oliverio, J. Riddle, M. Johnson, D. Yoakum, S. Heath, D. Delaney, L Parker, C. Chamberlin, I. Walker, B. Gander, R. Rees. Fourth Row: 1. Cainer, H. Poujade, L lee, D, Lindemuth, B. Miller, C. Krueger, D. Heerlein, I. Day, K. Fuglee, G. Hillesland, C, Crockett, Fifth Row: G. Howell, D. Farmer, L. King, Mr. George Pancheau, G. Field, S, Baer. 122 Front Row: J, Federici, A. Lushenko, B. LaBarre, R. Payne, N. Tice, B. Livesay, H. Carlson, V. Gilbert, C. Jewell, D. Garvin, C., Palmer. Second Row: S. Lee, C. Samuelson, S. Gilbert, V. Jones, P. Mclntosh, A. Eckert, M. Zahnter, C. Schrader, K. Pancheau, J. Hamilton, C. Warren, J. Emra. Third Row: T. Tindall, D. Delaney, C. Bausch, S. Peek, L Oxman, D. Haapala, D. Henry, S. Wager, C. Crockett, G. Field, B. Gander, N. Grauer, K. Witt. Fourth Row: M. Laskey, J. Day, T. Ellis, D. Lindemuth, S. Graham, B. Poppino, G. Babikoff, Mr. Pancheau. Front ROW: M- PFOSCIW: I. Hamilton, K. Pancheau, P, Elliott, R. Peters, M, McKinnon. second Row: D. Graham, J. Emra, I. Oxman, D. Roth, D. Stone, M. Millex-,I Third Row: G. Babikoff, G, Kasprowicz, C. Hickman, C- CafaVitYp G. Sievers, B. White. Fourth Row: B. Poppino, S. Graham, D. Haapala, D. Henry, R. Elmore. Fifth Row: G, Erickson, T. Ellis, M. Michigami, G. Volg. 123 Front Row: R. Himes, B. Munson, J. Carlson, D. Wilson, K. Pancheau, J. Durant, N. McShatko, B. Crowther, D. Hansen, D. Shields, D. Morgan, D. Webster, I. Nyberg, I.. Hendricks, J. Bufton, R. Hiromura. Second Row: C. Hockett, K. Dezell, L. Swan, P. Hatfield, D. Foltz, S. Taylor, L. Hamilton, S. Blalock, D. Tesdal, G. Super, J. Payne, B. DeGear, H. Peter, B. Walker, A. Peter. Third Row: C. Brown, R. Ellingson, C. Mumper, L. Tufford, T. Mealey, K. Kreiling, B. Hanlin, P. Crewse, C. Hahn, S. Matthes, S. Barrett, D. Johnson, R. Lockyer, M. Bufton, D. Howell, K. Price, R. Brown, D. Moxley, I. Roley. Fourth Row: D. Smith, M. Greer, P. Sullivan, K. Floyd, C. Carres, I. Randol, S. Scott, K. Schwartz, M. Hooker, K. Tupper, K. Tlustos, D. Pfaender, B. Burnharn, I. Starr, B. Schmorl, T. Hargreaves, T. Tindall, D. Green, H. Black. Fifth Row: C. Robertson, F. Hardy, S. Beltz, C. Kline, P. Barnett, M. Laskey, V. Gilbert, D. Edgar, D. Bilquist, J. Anderson, R. Brown, A,Zimmerman, A. Bunnell, D. Vandervort, R. Harrison, G. Burke, J. Anstine, P. Neighbours, M. Rouw, D. Monroe, J. Suran, R. Amey. " A " CHOIR AND GIRLS' CHOIR PRESENT ANNUAL MUSIC FESTIVALS Front ROWS B. Belland, L, Sahli, V. Duke, N. Luster, T. Trout, L. Jones, J. Anderson, C. Hook, D. Ball, D. Dyer S. Cain, L. Stucki, D. Edgar, P. Lewis, I. Burgett, M. McDonald, B. Hansen. Second Row: S. Ullman, G. Stewart, B. Younger, P. Landram, B. Wells, W. Fowler, D. Bear, P. Springstead, L. Kidwiler, S. Sullivan, P. Lewis, D. Bur- car, J. Lunde, L. Nelson, J. Wirrick, Third Row: M. Weiler, J. Dobry, B. Westerburg, P. Rouw, I. Strauss, L. Fields, K. Bacon, D. Lytle, J. Hatch, L. Grandy, N. Dedonato, I. McDowell, E. Craven, D. Chambers. D. Rasmuss B. Koegel, R. Green, I. Hardy, Fourth Row: L Carnernolla, J. Popp, A. Williamson, S. VanCleave, M. Pettingill S. Mormer, T. Thompson, S. Snider. 124 C 7 MADRIGALS. First Row: C. Robertson. Second Row: H, B. Hanlin. Third Row: A. Peter, S. Blalock. Fourth Row: G Burke, D. Vandervort, S. Beltg K. Tupper, SINGING GROUPS ENTERTAIN IN ASSEMBLIES CARILLONS. D. Burcar, L. Nelson, B. Younger, S. Dobbie, L. Kidwiler, J. Hatch, R. Green, I. Burgett, I.Wir1-ick. HARMONINES. C. Robertson, C. Muxnper, D. Smith, I. Randol, M. Hooker, S. Beltl, I. Anderson, C. Carres, C. Hockett, N. McShatko. HI-TONES. B. Munson, T. Mealey, C. Brown, K.Krei1ing, I. Tufford, C. McCafferty, V. Springgay, P. Hopkins, D Dezell, T. Davies. J. V. AND VARSITY RALLY SPIRITS J. V. RALLY-Front Row: Sarah Lorusso, Debbie Vasile. Second Row: Shirley Cain, Clair Ryan, Diana Edgar, Jeanette Lorenzini, Dennis Treibel, Linda Stucki. 126 VARSITY RALLY: Donna Wilson, Sallie Taylor, Carol Bergstrom, Gordon Henderson, Karry DeBuse, Jeanne I-Ioddevik, Linda Lu Aurand, Claudette Ebi. 127 IRANIAN STUDENT COMES TO FRANKLIN To the students of Franklin: 1963-64 has been the most wonderful year in my life. I am glad that I got to come to the U. S. and live with an American family, especially mine, whom I enjoyed living with. Going to Franklin High School has been an- other pleasure for me, because all of you have been so friendly to me. I know that everyone tried very hard so that Iwill always be happy, and I think all of you know that I enjoyed being with you very much. I hope you en- joyed having me too. It is something Inever thought about that I will grad- uate from Franklin. I would also like to add that I appreciated all the help of my teachers, and Mr. Westcott and Miss Grant. Iwill never forget Frank- lin and all my friends and everyone I met. Thank you for your very nice hospitality. Nohad Khazoom Nohad performs an Iranian dance during the IRL assembly. Nohad Khazoom American Field Service Exchange Student from Ahwaz, Iran Karen Charles Academics Don Cox-di Franldin Forum Activities ALMANAC STAFF UTILIZES THEME OF PHILOSOPHY EDITOR Doug Howard ADVISOR Mrs M1r1am Puckett ,, Q I 'W sm ,av QD' Je' X ef 'K f 2 P' WX? 2 F , 5-f' . , if , n -5 , x "fi 52ZfM71s'.'f?:77Qi f:'J:3 H735 I V , r 11- 2 ff ' - L ' 4 .gi . .- T , ,ii Q K ' . .i ff if if . v J 'Q we . "1 , . 4:13 gf fy' 'S it , 1 32,1 - 1' , "ef- vi hir, is , A? 4, 1 1 " 4' Kathy McNerney Fred Pouj ade Rita Radich Setsy Sadamoto Ben Skonnard Seniors Sports School Groups, Clubs Classes Photographer Carol Moore Diane Preiss Terry Rubley Chuck Schrader Gary Webb Classes Classes Student Body Franklin Forum Business Manager Academics Mr. Don MacGregor sketches examples of various page layouts while showing the staff techniques in the graphic art of page layout and design. Unknown to the majority of the stu- dent body is the diligent labor rendered by the ALMANAC Staff in its efforts to produce an outstanding yearbook. Care is taken to select a staff which exemplifies the qualities of ability, responsibility, and desire to work to their fullest in the production of the yearbook. The staff members select a theme which will unify the book, and then plan the entire volume with this theme in mind. Although the staff does most of the work, theyreceive instruction in lay- out design from MI. Don MacGregor, a graphic artist, from Agency Litho- graph Co. Deadlines and schedules are coordinated with Stacy Wong Por- trait Studio, the Photo Graphic, and Lincoln and Allen Bookbinders. When the yearbook is finished, it con- tains the efforts of the staff in a pre- sentation of the year's activities in layouts which please the eye, empha- size the best merits of the constituent material on the page, and which ex- emplify the theme. 131 ADVISOR- Mr. Paul Killorin The -lacy: staff has Worked diligently, producing a written record of the school year. Published twice a month, the paper informs students of activ- ities in the Franklin community. Stu- dents devote one class period, study halls, and often time after school, in getting ads, writing copy, planning pages, and doing paste-ups, all of which are needed to produce a good Post, Advising the staff is lvlr. Paul Killorin, who also te aches first year journalism, a course required for members of the staff. Articles by "cub reporters", first year students, often appear in the bit. In this Way, experience is gained by students before they become regular members of the staff. POST STAFF RECORDS SCHOOL NEWS Luther Avery Photographer Doreen Crockett Asst. Page Editor 957355'S51f:51ffT2!52? U - ,. K' ,,,.,.f . . . . . ,,,, ...,5,,,il,. b 1 K I :rg '- ff 4 'I f.-f.ff,iE:i-VQSSSQ ' ' TY' if if 1 ' i r 1, is r.,, fa Q -1" Q. 'ls' I ' rsffai - ,g w Bill De Gear Advertising Mgr. Joyce Drake Asst. Page Editor Joanne Dumas Chris Florea Carlene Knapp Typist Page Editor Page Editor Emilie Eldridge joan Gallaher Mike Knapp Business Manager Business Manager Asst, Page Editor Carl Lauer Page Editor Marcie McKee Typist iiii A 3 l,tr it 7 .r,: A tsiiir ' sti E K :iii IV ir: Ifsifiil ' .7 137' :wx Q x. MQ K S X we , .tv ,gag ,V X it ig 33 as Q is J 7 QM awk Xmas? 132 l grim, ku, r, ...,.,,,, I 1,H,,k:., im,,fm.wgv,s .7Sf!'lEiWLff il s:.f1,..,.J ' L W 5, 42 Q tp ask 5 ,G S X . w Q mx A Q S it Q gr sm 5 iff a 935 2 Q xx Q ,gf Q? ' 'V filffifliiaisitg H . L, .L ax, - ' ,I ' ' .R -we S ew sv ff S ssll anna ,, , ,. D U, 4, f, ,,,,.a,,.2 .W . .sawr 5-f my-'az :awww FALL EDITOR-Karen Sarriugarte SPRING EDITOR-Sue Mitchell Jeff Starr Mike Thompson Judy Weinandt Asst Page Editor Advertising Mgr. Page Editor Marcia Thompson Gary Tyler Evelyn Windust Page Editor Photographer Page Editor ' z R 5 ' 'll'-gi ' " - 1 ' 1 f f 1.-5 1.13 Q 5' ' 1, ' ' 'Jigik , 1 --an ,,-- gifslia 32-is I fx t ,...11, 1 L. ft. :,,, . .of if,- 133 PARENT ORGANIZATIONS ASSIST STUDENT BODY PTA Officers: Mrs. Pat Taylor, Mrs. Marge Wolford, Mrs. Madeline Temple, Mrs. Mary Sarriugarte, Mrs. Norma Beltz, Mrs. Dorothy Pfaender. Dads' Club Officers: Mr. Hank Jennings, Presidentg Mr. Bob Seaberg, Secretaryg Mr. Gilbert Nyberg, Treasurer. Not pictured: Steve Perrin, Vice-President. 134 ADULT STAFFS MAKE SCHOOL RUN SMOOTHLY V1-. ,rg Lk'f ng' ,,,. Q Ea EE ,. ., vn,- f 1, 1 . Q f 45 S ,r.:.f:: f - W- , iw. I - , . V 5 5 L , . HE , is Q, 5 'LI . - k. 3 95 f ' W . 3 ml 5 . 2 .. ug g., ,. -A M e 4 if ' r ,, we ,Sgr ' f -- as , A , , ,, Q g '33 EW' 1 , , K - 1 of - or at i , T 17. . - L IIE ,fe .g ,. . , ., ., E. . ,. I A ,, . .V ,M ,Ui ' ' Zio! 1? 5 3 ff' K 1 ,img , W Q A Q fi H 351 sm 1 ' my fs- 7--7 E, ' :if A 5 8 as E Hi, Rl , N , 1 S5 xl' xl X , 31,433 " :.: ,,, W. , Vi z .. M F if igwfsf K alki Pi 191 Elm rf fm gg .V kiw i- X ,X ,Mir ' m1'9, 2,329 as Q - - f' 1 L,,L, M was Y ,. .,,.. My J, QQ A Q 3 ,V ., 8 41 -A 51 T. P ,. Y' 5 ' 2 Q gm L S' W .- iw f . . f .. K .. ' - :. .. f. :fr ffww f., 55: 11,--.H-ff,5,w,f,5r,, ff-- r,,g,,.. ,isis ,, i -- ff.---:azggw f ew., ,E -'ya 3. g ifs?" ffr Hi::.r'i.1f,as1 ' wg. 2: . - . ' : Q?W1- ,nf M- x, I-23? W- -. . Wifi? , ' zz . f B B A .,, fa , 'E fi .-,nl gsyy ,VK 4, - ., 5 ,E . ,. '7 Q E 7. ' wil 'IWW' ' ' " , 'f ' :Q'?f,'7"k ' 4' ll. .. A X. 'N Er f f is Front Row: Mrs. Lucille Van Horne, Mrs. Ruth Barrett, Mrs. Mary Thompson, Mrs. Pearl Jordan, Mrs. Carolyn Keeney Mrs. Snow Tebeck, Mrs. Donna K1-zmarick. Second Row: Mrs. Joyce Lowry, Mrs. Ar-dice Larson, Mrs. Millie Huckins , Mrs. Helen Gottsch, Mrs. Gladys Dunn, Mrs. Bertha Lundquist. , Front Row: Mr. Bill Mauer, Mr. Don MacPike, Mr. Warren Curry. Second Row: Mr. Dick Rightsell, Mr. Wayne Potter, Mr. John Brown. Third Row: Mr. Bill Stephens, Mr. John Corbett, Mr. Jay A1-pin. Not pictured: Head Custodian, Mr. Ed Draisg Matson, Mrs. Corey Belleque. 135 136 The PUBLICITY COMMITTEE publicizes Franklin's dramatic presentations. At right? L. Shioshi, C. Green, I. Guthrie. STUDENT STORE STAFF Front Row: 1, Nelson, K, Wood- cock, D. Larson, P. Rouw, S, Som- mers, A. Skelton, K. McNerney. Second Row: J. Bishop, D. Ball, 1. Jacobson, G. Holmes. BOOK ROOM STAFF Row l: C. Tipton, J. Vinson, P. Herzig, J. Scheneman, S. Taylor. Row 2: K. Pierce, S. Evans, K. Nielson, J. Taylor, R. Matthews. LIBRARY STAFF Front Row2S.Engstrom, I. MCQuaw, P. Clark, C, Springstead, P. Spring- stead, B. Patterson, I. Williams. Second Row! W. Reece L. Hardy, G. Wegner, C. Arasmithi C. Neeland, W. Jordan, M. Collins. ART STAFF Front Row: NL Kennedy, L. Harris, A. Davis, K. Woodcock, Second Row: R. Christenson, R. Davis, D. Hill, R. Polivka, K. DeBuse, G. Stewart. NOON MOVIE PROJECTIONIS TS Mike Novk, jon Skaggs, and Steve Equall. 138 MAIN OFFICE ASSISTANTS Front Row:P, Kennedy, D. Bi1q11iSt, M. Rydman, S. Taylor, C. Engstrom, J. Anderson. Second Rowll. Schechtel, P. Mc Coy, K. Stanley. COUNSELING OFFICE ASSIS TANTS Front Row: N. Georges, I. Kimball, S, Martien, S. Beltz, D. Lyseng, P. Hovanic, C., Robertson. Second Row: I. Fields, L. Anderson, D. Lee, M. Conlee, M. Darby. LOCKER GUARDS S. Walters, M. Peloquin, S. Taylor. Second Row2P. Halvorson, M. Henarie, D. Wahl, D. Glasbrenner. Front Row: N. Crosby, L. Aurand, P. Torcia, G. Gunderson, S TA GE CREW Front Row: D. Walton, D. Chapman, J. Singletary, S. Davis, D. Parker. Second Row: R. Beigh, J. Cran, D. Walton, L Cuhn, L. Reece, L. Charleton, G. Dreith. X The stage crew works on the settings for "The Mouse That Roared. ' 139 SR. MOVIE STAFF-Front Row: J, Anderson, J. Weinandt, K. Hakkinen, N. Beltz, B. Pliska. Second Row: B, Skonnard, L, Harris, C. Ebi, P. Bolder, D, Snodgrass. PROQIECTIONISTS-Front Row: T. Nickerson, A. Jones, G. Tupper, S. Equz-111, R. Martell, G. Mullenhoff, J. Edeline, J. Skaggs, D. Burke, M. Novak, C. Cruilfshank, R. Mattews, R. Sewell, S. Harb, T. Paige, D, jolliffe. Second Row: M, Rasmussen, D. Orazio, G. Timbrook, G. Larson, J. Blackler, P. Mowdy, R. Evans. CAFETERIA STAFF-Front Row: W. Scott, V. Shrake, K, Hook. Second Row: E, Borschowa, N. Davis, T. Lenington, I.. Equall, C, Jarrett, P, Langvenis, P. Sheets, D., FOIU. Third Row: G, Moore, W. Anderson., D. Getczhell, T. Miller, M. Thompson, R. Sommer-felt, G. Brown, P. Borschowa, B. Seime, R. George. 140 60,0 CLUBS The highest of distinctions is service to others 141 KING GEORGE VI NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Front Row: M. Keser, Mr. Pierce, M. Drais. Second Row: B., Crowther, L, Dunlop, J. Guthrie, N. Boyd, C. Ebi, P Sullivan, P. Jones, L. Shioshi, K. Srriugarte, L., Walter., Third Row: A., Shirley, P. Bolder, N. Girsanti, C. Croft, K. Charles, S. Auborn, D. Snodgrass, A. Atkinson, A. Orme, R. Payne, B. Pliska, L. Williams, G. DeemSs The object of National Honor Society is to create enthusiasm for scholr- ship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leader- ship, and to encourage the develop- me-nt of character in pupils of Fran- klin High School. FALL OFFICERS PRESIDENT Mary Lou Keser VICE PRES. Nancy Boyd SECRETARY Lorrie Shioshi TREASURER Richard Payne I-IISTORIAN Cheryl Croft PUB. CHAIRMAN Susan Auborn CI-IAPLAIN Arlene Jernberg SGT. AT ARMS Daryle Snodgrass Bob Pliska 142 Iernberg, 1. Kalb, K, Floyd. Fourth Row: D. Howard, T. Nakata, M., Mirich S SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT Mike Drais VICE PRES. Pat Sullivan SECRETARY Cheryl Croft TREASURER Doug Howard I-IISTORIAN Susan Auborn PUB. CHAIRMAN Linda Walter CI-IAPLAIN Karen Charles SGT. AT ARMS Richard Payne Lorrie Shioshi Front Row: L. Williams, D., Wolford. Second Row: M. I-Iaughton, G. Super, G. Mier, P. Primiano, I. Starr, S, Atkin- gon, M, Drais, M.. Mirich, R. Romeike, R. Galluici. Third Row: N. Chamberlin, D.. Brown. C. Schrader, R., Hub- bard, F, Poujade, J., Kincaid, T., Perrin, T. Shea., Fourth Row: W. Anderson, M. Rouw, J. Goodale, R.. Wright, D. Farber, M. Tierney, K. Terhune, I. Johnson. Fifth Row: G. Deems, V. Lipscomb, L, H6nd1'iCkSQ LETTERMEN FALL OFFICERS SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT Les Williams PRESIDENT Dan Wolford VICE PRES. Val Thompson VICE PRES. Dean Howell SECRETARY Bob Lipscomb SECRETARY Tom Perrin TREASURER Ken Stucki TREASURER Ken Stucki scT. AT ARMS Jim Amina Clark Lewis SGT. AT ARMS jay johnson 143 Thompson, K.. Price, C. Lewis, J. Johnson, B. The purpose of this club will be to further and promote athletics in the school. To work with other organ- izations in promoting various school activities. To promote good fellow- ship, to foster good sportsmanship, and to encourage the development of proper school spirit among all the students of the school. PLEIADES Front Row: I. Guthrie, P. Bolder, C. Ebi, D., Snodgrass, L., Shioshi. Second Row: L, Dunlop, P Sullivan, M, Kegep N. Grisanti, K. Charles, C. Croft, K, Sarriugarte, L. Walter, A. Shirley, N. The purpose of Pleiades is to encour- age and promote general spirit and participation in activities of our school and community, and at the same time broadening our Own knowledge of the humanities. FALL AND SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER HISTORIAN Claudette Ebi Daryle Snodgrass Phyllis Bolder jorja Guthrie Lorrie Shioshi 144 Boyd. FRIARS Front Row D Howard, B Pliska, A Orme, T. Nakata, D. Wolford. Second Row: M. Mirich, R. Payne, M. Drais, FALL AND SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETA RY TREASURER HIS TORIAN Allyn Orme Bob Pliska Gary Deems Doug Howard Tom Nakata 145 The objectives of Friars are to promote intellectual stimulationj to aid in the development of the members' char- acterg and to offer services to the school and community. Front Row: V. Thompson, l. Williams. Second Row: M, Amos, G. Deems, K. DeBuse, G. Webb, T. Nakata, D. Wolford. Third Row: G. Field, Alan Griffin, A. Orme, M. Drais, S. Atkinson, B. Lipscomb. The purpose of Epsilon is to manifest the qualities of scholarship, sports- manship and leadership in the con- stituents as well as those they come in Contact with. EPSILON FALL OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER HISTORIAN CHAPLAIN SGT. AT ARMS Val Thompson Gary Deems Gary Webb Les Williams Tom Nakata Allen Orme Bob Pliska 146 SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT Les Williams VICE PRES. Bob Lipscomb SECRETARY Gary De ems TREASURER Sheridan Atkinson HISTORIAN Kerry DeBuse CHAPLAIN Alan Griffin SGT. AT ARMS Val Thompson CATALYST Front Row: D. Howard, I. Anderson. Second Row: D. Olenslager, P. Winkler, B. Livesay, J, Moen, j, Stevens, B, Fast, J. Olenslager, R.. Hiromura. Third Row: G. Grisanti, I-L Tomlinson, D., Farber, S. Jeske, S. Gilbert, B. Skon- nard, R. Payne, H. Black, T. Shea. FALL OFFICERS SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT Doug Howard PRESIDENT VICE PRES. Richard Payne VICE PRES. SECRETARY Jay Anderson SECRETARY TREASURER Janet Moen TREASURER CLUB REPORTER Dennis Farber CLUB REPORTER CHAPLAIN Bonne Livesay CHAPLAIN SGT. AT ARMS Steven Gilbert Harold Black SGT. AT ARMS PARL. Jay Anderson Steven Gilbert Bonne Livesay Steven Jeske Gary Grisanti Jackie Stevens Barbara Fast Tom Shea Doug Howard 147 The aims of the Catalyst Club are to carry out the program of the Science Clubs of America, increase the aware- ness of Science to people, to improve the individual through discovery in Science, give service to our school, community, and nation, and to en- courage each member to develop a vital interest in Science projects, hobbies, or Science understanding. FIANCHETTO Front Row: B., Livesay, A. Andrews. Second Row: P. Winkler, R. Hoover, T. Ellis, T. Tindall, G. Henderson, 1. johnson, B. LaBarre, T. Hiller. Third Row: B. Hofer, I. Anderson, B. Davis, B. Poppino, J. Solomon, D. Hown, D Defir. The purpose of Fianchetto is to devel- op the minds and the games of our members and to spread the knowledge of chess throughout the whole school. We do also hope to spread the pres- tige of Franklin through participation in inter-school matches. FALL OFFICERS PRES IDENT VICE PRES. SECRETA RY TREASURER HIS TO RIAN Art Andrews Ron Hoover Bonne Livesay Bonne Livesay David Garvin 148 SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER HISTORIAN SGT. AT ARMS Bonne Livesay Jay Soloman David Garvin David Garvin Terry Hiller Art Andrews Front Row: K. Floyd, Mr. Walton, E. Windust. Second Row: P. Prusak, C. Mumper, M. Mills, B. HanlinM. Ve- lander, J. Moshberger, C. Bergstrom, M. Beltz, Cf Bradshaw, M. DeBuse, G. Holmes, K. Sarriugarte, I. Shioshi, N. Khazoom, P. Hatfield. Third Row: M. Sarriugarte C. Green, B. Jensen, Moore, P. Shinn, S. Sullivan, C. Byer, G. Gunderson, L. Hamilton, K. Hoss, C. McNerney. Fourth Row: P. Sullivan, J. Guthrie, P. Jones, P. Crewse, S. Belty, N. Eaton, I. Yann, J. Anderson, D. Wahl, M. Henarie, J. Weinandt, D.'fGlasbrenner, M. Darby, S., Robinson, R. Ellingson. Fifth Row: S. Sadamoto, J. Solomon, M. Kennedy, C. Croft, R. Nagle, H. Tomlinson, J. McCloud, R. Elmore, J. Johnson, A. Orme, G. Henderson, M. Michigami, C. Schrader, S. Morris, V. Hawkins. INT ERNATIONA L RE LATIONS LE AGUE FALL OFFICERS SPRING OFFICERS The purpose of L R. I.. is to further in- PRESIDENT Kathy Floyd PRESIDENT VICE PRES. Carolyn McNerney VICE PRES. SECRETARY Jay Soloman SECRETARY TREASURER Evelyn Windust: TREASURER HISTORIAN Susie Robinson HISTORIAN CLUB REPORTER Kathy McNerney CLUB REPORTER CHAPLAIN Pam Jones CI-IAPLAIN PARL. Lorrie Shioshi PARI. SGT. AT ARMS Pat Sullivan Peggy Hatfield SGT. AT ARMS Evelyn Windust Susie Robinson Setsy Sadamoto Pat Sullivan Nohad Khazoom Chuck Schrader Ruth Ellingson Kathy Floyd Don Cordi Marga Sarriugarte 149 ternational relations among the people of the world and advance the know- ledge of international affairs to the members of the International Relations League of Franklin High School. YOUTH FOR CHRIST Front Row: Mr., B. Davis, S. Scott. Second Row: B. Murdock, J. Parker, D. Noren, P. Elder, G. Treisch, N. Moore, L Anderson, J. Durant. Third Row: L. Murdock, J. Stewart, M. Bowe, E. Petri, C. Moore. B. Brown, A. Iernberg, C. Anderson, Fourth Row: S, Glover, C. Chamberlin, L Hendricks, J. Johnson, R. Parker, R. Hovey, R.Parker,M.RueCk, P. SheetS. The purpose of the Franklin Youth for FALL AND SPRING OFFICERS Christ club is to present Christianity to students on our campus and to provide fellowship for Christianyoung people, PRESIDENT Sandra Scott VICE PRES. 41, Dom. Noren VICE PRES. gm Georgia Treisch SECRETARY Caroline Moore HIS TORIAN Jan Stewart CI-IAPLAIN Bob Parker 150 D Thorpe Third Row D Griggs, J Brooks, I-L Black, D. Duhrkoop, S. KAPPA OMEGA LAMBDA Front Row S Jeske, Mr Irgens. Second Row: D. Howard, J. Bufton, B., Livesay, J. Anderson, D. Farber, D. Hays, FALL AND SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT Steven Ieske VICE PRES. Jerry Bufton SECRETARY TREASURER Dave Duhrkoop SGT. AT ARMS jay Anderson 151 Gilbert, B. Skonnard, B. Howard, R. Barnes. The aims of Kappa Omega Lambda shall be to increase the awareness of electronics to people, improve the individual through discovery in elec- tronics, give service to our school, community, and nation, and encour- age each member to develop a vital interest in electronics projects, hob- bies, or understanding. LAMBDA GAMMA Front Row: L Dunlop, K. Witt. Second Row: I. Dunlop, D. Shields, B. Sefton, C., MCC.-afferty, C. Nance, J. Durant. Third Row: T. Edwards, M. Kennedy, B. I.aBarre, C. Schrader, R. Hubbard, V. Libke, S, Gilbert, J, Moen, J. Pement. The purpOSe of this Club Shall be tO FALL OFFICERS SPRING OFFICERS learn, use, spread, and enjoy the foreign languages we are taking or have taken. PRESIDENT Lois Dunlop PRESIDENT VICE PRES. Kathy Witt VICE PRES. SECRETARY janet Moen SECRETARY TREASURER Carol McCaffert'y TREASURER HISTORIAN Chris leser HISTORIAN CHAPLAIN Carol jo Nance Cl-IAPLAIN SGT. AT ARMS Barbara Sefton Louise Dunlop 152 SGT. AT ARMS Kathy Witt Carol Jo Nance Carol McCafferty Louise Dunlop Audrey Davis Barbara Sefton Marilyn Kirigin Bill LeBarre Front Row: N. Lee, Mr. Pancheau, C. Schrader. Second Row: B. Hanlin, N. McShatko, B. Crowther, K. Witt, K, Pancheau, C. Jewell, C. McCafferty, I.. Hamilton, G. Brown, M. Miller, Third Row: R., Ellingson, C. Mumper, S, Beltg P. Sullivapa C. Bausch, S. Peek, L. Riddle, ,N. Grauer, K. Kreiling, P. Hatfield. Fourth Row: V, Gilbert, D. Bilquist, J. Rando, C. Warren, T. Ellis, D. Roth, R. Peters, M. Michigami, D. Pfaender., SIGMA PHI ALPHA FALL OFFICERS SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT Nancy Lee PRESIDENT SECRETARY Ruth Ellingson VICE PRES. TREASURER Nancy Grauer SECRETARY HISTORIAN Diane Bilquist TREASURER CLUB REPORTER Joann Randol HISTORIAN Cl-IAPLAIN Chuck Schrader CLUB REPORTER PARL Mike Michigami CI-IAPLAIN SGT. AT ARMS Ken Fuglee PARL. Susan Beltz SGT. AT ARMS Chuck Schrader Pat Sullivan Nancy Grauer Bev Crowther Candy Jewell Kathy Witt Diane Bilquist Nancy Lee Dean Pfaender Karen Pancheau 153 The purpose of the music club shall be to promote interest in, and to have a better understanding of music. It shall alsobe the purpose of this organ- ization to promote better social under- standing. Front Row: J, Starr, Mr. Fletcher, D., Olenslager. Second Row: S. Comevlla, D. Dignan, L. VanAuken, M. Gustafson, N. Luster, C. Moore, N. Grisanti, L. Hamilton, S. Stariha, D. Lee, P. Hatfield, M. Conlee. Third Row: R, Weitzel T. McCamrnan, R. Yamasaki, M. McCammon, J. Olenslager, R. Hiromura, J., VanAu.ken, J. Allenbrand, I. Poole, ,S., Jensen. Fourth Row: T. Shea, S. Jeske, B. Frohwek, B. Skormard, M., Michigami, G. Henderson, D. Brown G, Har- greaves, A. Howard. , BOWLING CLUB The purpose of the bowling club is to FALL OFFICERS SPRING OFFICERS promote bowling and good sportsman- ship among Franklin students. PRESIDENT Jim Starr PRESIDENT Del Olenslager VICE PRES. Diana Lee VICE PRES. Nikki origami SECRETARY Del Olenslager SECRETARY Marcia Conlee TREASURER Carol Moore TREASURER Diana I-92 154 PHI NU ALPHA Front Row: N. Grisanti, I. Gemma. Second Row: V, Springgay, M. Bowe, I. Moen, E, Petri, M. Leslie, P. Lenny, Third Row: L. Alband, L, Murdock, K. Stofiel, M. Newby, P. Kennedy, R. Ruckles, J. Anderson., The purpose of Phi Nu Alpha is to fur- FALL OFFICERS SPRING OFFICERS ther our interest in nursing and to in- terest others in nursing. PRESIDENT Nikki Grisanti PRESIDENT VICE PRES. Marcia Leslie VICE PRES. SECRETARY Sue Carroll SECRETARY TREASURER Janet Moen TREASURER HISTORIAN- HISTORLAN- CI-IAPLAIN Pat Kennedy CI-IAPLAIN CLUB REPORTER Vicki Springgay CLUB REPORTER PARL. jane Anderson PARI. 155 Louann Gemma Pat Kennedy Vicki Springgay Sue Carroll Mary Bowe Kathy Stofiel Nikki Grisanti SORE LLE Front Row: B. Crowther, S. Beltz. Second Row: J. Cavagna, K., Hook, K. Pancheau, C. Durr, J. Lunde, D., Siverson, I. Karley, C. Robertson. Third Row: N., Lee, M. Schrock, K. Kreiling, P. Finney, C. Engel, L. Tufford, M. Moore. Fourth Row: R. Radich, C. Carlson, S, Marler, I., Yann, G., Treisch. The purpose of Sorelle is to be of ser- vice to Franklin High School and the P. T. A. FALL OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETA RY TREASURER HIS TORIAN CLUB REPORTER CHAPLAIN PARL SGT. AT ARMS Bev Crowther JoAnn Cavagna Susan Beltz Pam Herzig Rita Radich Rita Radich Janet Langan Nancy Lee Judy Yann 156 SPRING OFFICERS PRES IDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER HIS TORIAN CLUB REPORTER CI-IAPLAIN PARL SGT. AT ARMS Susan Beltz Pat Finney Judy Yann Diane Siverson Karin Kreiling Kathy Hook Karen Pancheau Bev Crowther Sherry Marler Front Row: G, Webb, G. Henderson. Second Row: T. Biggs, T. Ellis, M, Mich1gam1, R., Elmore, I Johnson, D Brown, N. Barnes. Third Row: B. Earnest, J, Solomon, C. Schrader, M. Bell, R. Fantz, C. Lauer J Schneeder KEY The objects of the Key Club is to de- SPRING OFFICERS velop leaders, prepare for useful citi- zenship, and to serve the school and community. PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETA RY TREASU RER HISTORIAN CLUB REPORTER CI-IAPLAIN PARL. SGT. AT ARMS Gordon Henderson Gary Webb Mike Michigami Bob Ernest Chuck Schrader Richard Elmore Jay Johnson Torn Ellis 157 Front Row: D., Shields, M., Kennedy. Second Row: C, Engstrom, J. Lahn, I. Scheneman, S. Snider, C.. Brooks, C. Moore, R. Shumway. Third Row: K. Brown, R. Short, D. Tibbets, C., Bauhaus, S. Sadamoto,B..McIntosh, P. Sheets, J. Durant. The purpose of Phi Delta Chi shall be to promote closer friendships among the members, promote Q-eater loyal- ty to Franklin High School, and to bring more community activities through services. PHI DE LTA CHI FALL OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY 'I'REASURER HISTORIAN CLUB REPORTER CHAPLAIN PARI.. SGTQ AT ARMS SPRING OFFICERS Diana Shields PRESIDENT Mary Kennedy Mary Kennedy VICE PRES. Bev Mclntosh Carol McCracken SECRETARY Carol Engstrom Carol Engstrom TREASURER Jan Scheneman Setsy Sadamoto HISTORIAN Rita Shumway Barbara Oesterreicher CI-IAPLAIN Rita Shumway PARI. Janice Scheneman SGT. AT ARMS Sherry Warren Bev Mclntosh 158 Patsy Sheets Diana Shields Janet Lahn Chris Bauhaus SENIORS Be steadfast as a tower that doth not bend its stately summit to the tempest's shock. DANTE 159 Front Row: K, Hakkinen, Secretaryg I. Larson, Vice President, B. Plisl-ca, President, Second Row: N. Beltz, Treasurerg I. Weinandt, Historiang L. Elder, Sgt at Arms. Third Rowr J. Stevens, S. Blalock, S. Alf, Sgt. at Arms. 160 "QUAKER POW WOW" SPONSORED BY FALL OFFICERS Guided by Fall President Bob Pliska and his cabinet, the senior class began its final year at Franklin by helping to orient the frosh class. Beginning preparations for the senior prom and the other festivities of graduation and organizing a senior movie staff were two accomplishments of the fall cab- inet. The class talent show, "Senior Class Reunion: 1989, " was a major activity of the class. Another was sponsoring "Quaker Pow-Wow, " an after game dance with Cleveland. COMMENCEMENT ENDS SPRING TERM OF '64 The long anticipated spring term got under way with the formation of var- ious committees to organize the fin- al functions of the senior class. With graduation only weeks away, Jeff Graham and the cabinet led the class in planning for the Senior-Faculty Game, Senior Prom, Baccalaureate, and Commencement. The game was an unfortunate defeat, but the remain- ing events of graduation week were a fitting climax to the high school yearS. "Soiree d' Amour" washeld in the Portland State ballroom, and the Bac- calaureate address was given the fol- lowing day. Clad in caps and gowns the seniors left the halls of Franklin at the close of the traditional Senior Assembly. Commencement cere- monies at the Public Auditorium Iune 9 concluded the events. Front Row: J. Graham, President, J, Anderson, Vice President, D, Snodgrass Secretary. Second Row: I. Adams, Historiang C. Ebi, Treasurer. Third Rdw: C. Bauhaus, B. Fast, Sgt. at Arms. 161 L Sheridan Atkinson Susan Auborn Mary Lou Keser Phyllis Bolder Nancy Boyd Karen Charles Cheryl Croft Bev Crowther Gary Deems Louise Dunlop Claudette Ebi Kathy Floyd Nikki Grisanti Jorja Guthrie Doug Howard Arlene Jernberg Pam Jones Fall President SENIOR MEMBERS OF NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY l 162 ,fmskqg W--..P,,,i Judy Kalb Mike Drais Marvin Mirich Spring President on Allyn Orme Richard Payne Bob Pliska Karen Sarriugarte Sandra Scott Lorrie Shioshi Ann Shirley Daryle Snodgrass Pat Sullivan Lynda Walter Les Williams Dan Wolford Tom Nakata Linda Adams Ronald Adams Steve Alf Ruth Ambrosius Mike Amos Cheri Anderson Christine Anderson Darlene Anderson Jay Anderson Joyce Anderson Jim Anstine Clark Arasniith CLASS of 1964 Laurie Arcouette Steve Aronson Laura Arpin Stan Ashenbrenner Doug Ashpole Sheridan Atkinson Susan Auborn Luther Avery Dean Baker Suzan Baker Cheri Ball Greg Barber sa M'5U!Effnnsnx -NYY s,fggrkgegfe11s!igf2iS2?V L riff... 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' .Iwi A- 'jffs . ffsii- . 1' Jii"f'i55?i'?i: ki :S 1 -fu --f- :ww , ' , L Chris Bauhaus Comme Belgn Janice Bernard Martha Bernunuo Robert Biggs Bonnie Birch Brian Black Sheryl Blalock Mike Blanchard Teri Blumenschein Phyllis Bolder Mikell Bolger Nancy Boyd Judy Brakstad Vickie Brassfield Judy Brauckmiller 165 lm Wm Ox x gg Bon Briones Kathy Brisack Lee Brosius Dale Brown Ruth Brown Lois Bufton Alvin Bunnell Cindy Burdick Gary Burke Bill Burnham john Caldwell Robert Campbell CLASS Ot 1964 Carroll Cantrell Carlan Caravity Yvonne Carpenter Donna Carr Carrie Carres jo Ann Cavagna Maureen Cave Gigi Cettina Ron Chamberlain Bob Chambers Yvonne Chambers Dick Chapman Q 166 Karen Charles Diane Christensen Ron Christenson George Churchill Lynn Cianni Keith Cole Dennis Coleman Mike Comeau Loretta Conley Virgil Coom es Jacques Cotton jo Ann Covault Jim Creager Nancy Creager Peg Crewse Gary Criswell Doreen Crockett Cheryl Croft Beverly Crowthcfr Larry Dahlgren lim Daniels Audrey Davis Gail Davis Glorla Davls 1 r we 55 I - 1 S ,r F' wma!! f si ':E::2'?5':5 , use 'wif , f' M Q. 5 fwfr-:dna f: . ,frm,fz,. - , . ,Q .,. R wma r rfiqgxi S lf 5. 3 s Q rfb all ,. ff? -"' , ,Q M: ,fu 2. H ,f- 7 Rick Davis Steve Davis Kerry DeBuse Gary Deems Bill Dc-Gear Ron Delaney Gaye Dillon Dianne Dinnocenzo Mary Dollowitch Mike Drais Joyce Drake Harrlet Dugan FF : B555 L .iwgiiww I 5 ,mmf W Lois Dunlop Louise Dunlop Lynda Dunn Joyce Durant Terry Durgan Nancy Eaton Claudette Ebi Larry Elder Pat Elder Emilie Eldredge Diana Ellenwood Carol Ellingson if DiCk 151111185011 Ruth Ellingsvn TOH1 HHS Riflh ard E1mO1'f2 Carol Engstrom Jackie Engstrom Steve Equall Barbara Fast Fred Faulhaber Sharon Fieger Gary Field Pat Finney CLASS of 1964 C1'1riS Florea Gary Florey Kathy Floyd Donna Foltz Ethel Ford Charlotte Fowler John FU-hrman Najela Georges Sherrill Gigliotti Virigina Gilbert Larry Girvan Janet Gleim ll' We 'SA "" as ' is S S 1 6 9 S ' 3 i , . Jzlzklaifzibai .21 :' . A - Prukfa .J rf 1 jim Godsey Della Goetsch Donna Goodale Mary Goska jeff Graham Steve Graham Carolyn Green Joe Greiner Lavon Grendahl Ed Gresham Alan Griffin Ray Grimes Nikki Grisanti Iorja Guthrie jim Haggerty Carol Hahn Ralph Haines Karen Hakkinen Donna Haney Barbara Hanlin Donnella Hansen Valerie Hanson Larry Harden Mary Hardy E93 gl-x - :iii-a,Wsg9g9i Sharon Harmon Connie Harrell Lisa Harris Kathy Haverkarnp leri Hawkins Joanne Hawkins Virginia Hawkins Bob Hayes Larry Hendricks Barbara Herbst Donna Herrmann Eric Herrmann CLASS of 1964 Pam Herzig Dan Hill Rick Hirsch Claudia Hockett Jeanne Hoddevik Norm Hoelzer Pam Holbrook Ginger Holmes Marydith Hooker Kris Hoss Pam Hovanic Doug Howard 171 I 5,W15, rggsxssszxsw . H, J 1. .V- sisewslf Egg .2 , ,rf , i- f - 2: f - J' W ,- ,,.-,,. . H of EE? JL Marge Howard Gordon Howell Dave Hunt Joe Hunter Art Hurley Carolyn Hyland Judy Jacob Larry Jacobsen Doreen Jackson N1ck James Carol Jarrett Rob Jenson Arlene Jernberg Gene Jlnlngs Jay Johnson Jon Johnson R1ck Johnson Pam Jones lim lossy Judy Kalb Ed Kashuba Clalre kelser Bob Kelley Mary Kennedy -- v:g,qegg:wf.ssnes1ssz1 S t3QS3."ft1iJ -' ' f- ' my r..,.. ,. . M -M '-ml ' -121535 ::' wmffffxff We ?5L5f7Sfz':5E' f-s5" "'?qg1: .. ,,.. . M . 1? iii! :ff ima, . -1Y5ls5.?i1?k5?ijf5f"Se4: 5' M iw YQ, 5 Y .liiliiw 5 ' ' I . c 'K'9Y455?52l5iSSf???5,iiii? V-:'l-3 'QM - . 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Qiwlf ,ri s Gary Larson Judy Larson Nancy Lee Brian Lemke Dennis Lewis Larry Lewis Larry Lindsey Bob Lipscomb Rick Lockyear Ron Loop Wes Lourwood Rosemary Lucas CLASS of 1964 Norma Luster jim Lutz Bill Lyman Donna Lyseng Sandra McAdam Carol McCracken Doug McGriff Beverly McIntosh Geraldine McKay Linda McKethen Joe McMahon Carolyn McNerney 174 Nancy McShat.ko ' Sherry Martien Jim Matson Joyce Matson Bobbi Matthews Dick Matthews Allan Mayea Diane Merriam Sharon Meyer Greg Mier Mike Miller Ron Minnice Marvin Mirich Janet Moen Carol Moore Nancy Moore Ron Moore Sharron Morgan Melvin Morrison Shirley Mullen jackie Mullins Connie Mumper Kathy Murphy Tom Nakata I I I 175 Carol Nance Dennls Naught Gary Neel Vu 1 lil Neel Joyce Nelson Kathy Newblll Kathy N1e1sen Theresa Nlezgod Kellre Norton Nhke Novak hm Nyberg Jean O'Br1en Barry Odgers Barbara Oesterrelcher Del Olenslager Allen Oliverio Unni Olsen Vince Orazio Gene Orcutt Ray Oreste Allyn Crm e Linda Orvis Phyllis Otteson Lyle Palmer Loren Parker Robert Parker Ron Parmer Bill Pavlicek Carlene Pavlicek Richard Payne Sheila Pederson Hans Peter Deanna Peters Edith Petri Ken Pierce Bob Pliska CLASS of 1964 Peg Polier Roger Polivka Ron Pomeroy Mary Pool Becky Porter Keith Price Pete Primiano Caralee Proctor Mary Pryor Rita Radich Linda Ramsby Gloria RaSmuSSSn 177 Gary Raze Bernice Reddon Roger Rees Nyle Remme Dave Richards Jim Richardson Carol Robertson Susan Robinson Pene Robson Fred Rogers Larry Roise Roger Rorneike Sharon Roper W1tt Jerry Roth Albert Rouse Mary ROV1tO Gary Russell Marc1a Rydman Paul Sabah Setsy Sadamoto Bea Sandoz Frank Santell Karen Sarriugarte Mrke Schaefer Jan Scheneman Carol Schimshok Dick Schlegel Sandra Scott Bob Seibold Tim Seifert Millicent Shankland Patsy Sheets Diana Shields Lorrie Shioshi Ann Shirley Rita Shurnway CLASS of 1964 Cheryl Sivesind jon Skaggs Ben Skonnard Lana Slayton Dana Smith Gloria Smith jackie Smith Janice Smith Sandra Smith Susan Smurthwaite Daryle Snodgrass Dave Solie 179 Jay Solomon Bob Spire Kim Stanley jeff Starr Jim Starr Jackie Stevens Glenda Stewart Rick Stoltenberg Diane Stone Randy Stone Arthur Stoutenburg Bill Stroup CLASS of 1964 Torn Struble Ken Stucki Pat Sullivan Ioanie Sundin jim Surn Linda Swan Grant Swanson Liz Sweeney Bill Sweetland Sharon Taylor Mark Teats Jack Thompson 180 Marcia Thompson Mike Thompson Sandra Thompson Val Thompson L1z Thum Nancy TICE Georgia Treisch Connie Tucker Kamen Tupper Bob Turner Don Turner Gary Tyler Sharon Vandenburg Laura Van Veen Frank Venneri Linda V011 Mike Walsh Lynda Walter Jim Ward Nancy Wardell Cheri Warren Kathy Wassemiller Gary Webb Judy Weinandt :gsg,f535iiNg..4,r. g, W 32W QW ?f,ffs15,f,MfQ,r M . .,W,is al -flffss' f f V1-f gw,zQz.5'f.'z'zrzw5 .s X. .GNN Q .,,, V mess? W gm xfefrfzggifsffergmzf exif H552 I ,p4,.s,, . . uxmsiiff , 3 ,R W K ,arf 51 A ' K F2 5 'Q gl 1491 :Mis 1 11 181 Bonnie Wemmer Connie Whiteman Sheilah Whitson Rhonda Wiatt Brent Williams Les Williams Donna Wilson Steve Wilson Evelyn Windust Philip Winkler Lynne Wise Kathy Witt CLASS of 1964 Dan Wolford Gordon Woodward Duane Wright jerry Wright Judy Yann Cindy Younger 182 ALL AROUND OUAKERETTE ALL AROUND QUAKER Iudy Larson Tom Nakata , -.,,,-i45i-s- if ' " il kr 5 ,," g-gr , i Lx,, .':' A . SENIOR CLASS SE LECTS A I 3 MW, A512 eixiiifi z '..' ' ':Q""::u ,, , K 1 OUTSTANDING MEMBERS eeoe-- ' SRLL S ' -y I' 351' yfffffif- if'N"fi'- ff??2q?Ii17 V " A " i Mb, 1 LLSLL SSS ASR A A is K 5 my is 3' wi ,,,w, 5 I if 3? 55 I fi . ,VIN , ,3m:,,-- .. 5 xx 3' 1 Ways? i K I y rf , gps as --,rm- , :L ',f'5-?57'9F:V' f If 'QE fff "E I-,jg , -wi Lf- I ,... . -mai-Q5 W- ls. is K A rig-Siilsxfirgei Mg -. .,..w3Q,w I , -Q ' . ,.,. mm - Q -fm . , I. - 11- f :g -gk 5 1-fag ' QF-' T2 ' gi' -- - ' gg f,i'5,1fzV .. I - ' V sim --we . MQST LIKELY TQ SUCCEEU MOST TALENTED IN DRAMA MOST TALENTED IN MUSIC Phyllis Bolder Allyn Orme Marilyn Kirigin Mark Bell Carol Robertson C'ry Field S 1 - ii 4 , ' 1 'a 1 , gif I J MOST TALENTED MOST STUDIOUS BEST LEADERS MOST FRIENDLY MOST SPIRITED MOST ATHLETIC IN ART Audrey Davis Iorja Guthrie Lorrie Shioshi Marydith Hooker Jeanne Hoddevik Carolyn McNerney Kerry DeBuse Richard Payne Gary Webb Bob Pliska Bob Lipscomb Val Thompson 183 Q s SENIOR ACTIVITIES A LINDA ADAMS Kellogg--Perfect Attendance 1, 35 Sr. Class Hist.5 AGS Rep. 2,35 SC Rep. 1,35 JV Rally 2. College. STEVE ALF Joseph Lane--Class Sgt. at Arms5 SC Rep.5 CC Rep. 5 AFM Rep. 5 Football 25 Track 15 Baseball 2. College. RUTH NAOMI AMBROSIUS Glencoe. Work. MICHAEL I.. AMOS Arleta--Honor Roll 15 Perfect Attendance 2, 35 AFM Treas. 35 Class Sgt. at Arms 35 SC Rep. 35 AFM Rep. l, 2, 35 AFM Sen. 25 Epsilon5 Football l, 25 Basket ball l5 Wrestling 35 Baseball 3. College. CI-IERI ANDERSON Kellogg--Class Sgt. at Arms5 AGS Rep. 5 SC Rep. 5 CC Rep.5 Forum 45 Thespians5 Pep Club5 Makeup Crew. College. CHRISTINE ANDERSON North Salem High--"A" Choir 4. Work. DARLENE ANDERSON Washington High. College. JAY PRESTON ANDERSON Creston- Forum 45 Catalyst Sec.5 Kappa Omega Lambda Sgt. at Arms5 Stage Crew 2, 3. College. JOYCE LINNETTE ANDERSON Atkinson--Sr. Class V-Pres5 Jr. Class Treas.5 AGS Rep. 35 SC Rep. 15 CC Rep. 25 Forum 45 Jr. Prom Court5 Thespians Hist.5 IRL5 Girls' Choir 25 "A" Choir 3, 45 Harmonines 2, 3, 45 Plays. College. STEVEN C. ARONSON Jefferson High--AFM Rep. 25 CC Rep. 25 Football 1. College. STAN ASI-IENBRENNER Work. SHERIDAN WILLIAM ATKINSON Kellogg--Honor Roll 1, 25 Perfect Attendance 1, 35 NHS 45 Jr. Class Sgt. at Arms5 SC Rep. 1, 25 CC Rep. 15 Letterman's Club5 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4. College. SUSAN AUBORN Atkinson--Honor Roll l, 2, 35 NHS 3, 45 AGS Rep. l, 25 SC Rep. 35 CC Rep. 1, 25 Forum 45 IRL5 Lambda Gamma. College. LUTHER T. AVERY Richmond-- AFM 35 AFM Sen.5 CC Rep.5 POST 45 Forunn 45 Football 15 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. College. B DEAN BAKER Woodstock--AFM Rep. 3. Armed Services. CHERI BALL Joesph Lane--College. KAREN BARRETT Richmond-- Perfect Attendance 1. Work. SANDRA BARRETT Richmond-- SC Rep. 15 CC Rep. 25 "A" Choir 1, 2, 35 Plays 3, 4. College. ROY CELLA BA TEMAN Woodstock- - AGS Rep.g SC Rep.5 CC Rep.5 Pep Club 2. College. DIANA BAUCOM Richmond--Hon- or Roll 1, 25 Perfect Attendance 2, 35 AGS Rep. 1, 45 CC Rep. l, 45 Forum 4. College. CHRISTINA LYNNE BAUHAUS Glencoe--Honor Roll 3, 45 Class Sgt., at Arms 45 ALMANAC 45 Phi Delta Chi Sgt. at Arms. College. CONNIE BEIGH Richmond--Class Sgt. at Arms5 AGS Rep. 35 SC Rep. 45 CC Rep. 35 Girls' Choir 2. College. LINDA BELLAND Our Lady of Sor- rows--Forum 45 Kappa Kappa5 Pep Club. College. NANCY LEE BELTZ Atkinson-- Sr. Class Treas.5 AGS Rep. 1, 25 SC Rep. 3. Work. SUSAN BELTZ Arleta--Soph. Sgt. at Arms5 Thespians Sec.5 Sorelle Pres. 5Sigma Phi Alpha Sgt. atArm55 "A" Choir 2, 35Gir1s' Choir5 Madri- gal 3, 45 Harmonines 2, 3, 45 Plays 3, 45 Swimming 1. College. QAN BERNARD Woodstock--Col- ege. MARTHA BERNUNZIO Marycrest High--Forum 45 Pep Club 1. College. ROBERT L. BIGGS Creston--AFM Rep. 3. Work. BRLAN BLACK South Dade High School, Homestead Florida--Foot- ball 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3,45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Swimming 3. College. PHYLLIS JEAN BOLDER Kellogg-- Honor Roll 1, 35 Perfect Attendance5 Nl-IS 3, 45 S. B. Pub. Chrm.5 Class Historian5 AGS Rep.5 CC Rep. 13 Forum 45 Jr. Prom Cou.rt5 IRL5 Plei- ades Sec. College. MIKELL BOLGER Kalani Honolulu, Hawaii., College. JBA NNE BOWEN Sunnyside -- Cvirls' Choir 2. Work. NANCY BOYD Richmond--Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 SB Pub. Chi-rn. 5 Vice Pres. 35AGS Rep. 1, 25SC Rep. 35 cc Rep. l, 25 Forum 45 Prom Court 35 NI-IS V-Pres. 5Pep Club5 Pleiades. College. JUDITH ANN BRAKSTAD St. Ig- natius--Perfect Attendance 15 IRI., College. 184 VICKIE N. BRASSFIELD Kellogg-- CC Rep. 1, 2. College. JUDY BRAUCKMILLER Arleta-- CC Rep. 1. College. RONALD BRIONES AFM Rep.5 SC Rep. 5 Football 15 Track 1. College. KATHLEENL. BRISACK Kellogg-- AGS Rep. 25 CC Rep. 1. Work. LEE BROSIUS Joseph Lane--Perfect Attendance5 SC Rep.5 AFM Rep. Armed Services. DALE BROWN Richmond--AFM Rep. 35 SC Rep. 15 Wrestling 1. College. RUTH ANN BROWN Ar1eta-- College. LOIS E. BUF TON Arleta--A GS Rep. 1. AL BUNNELL Creston--Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Coun- try 1, 2, 3, 45 "A" Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. College. CINDY EILEEN BURDICK St, Igna- tius--Perfect Attendance 1, 35 CC Rep. 1, 2. College. GARY BURKE SC Rep.5 CC Rep. 5 Fortun 45 Thespiansg "A" Choir 3,45 Track 1, 2, 35 Plays 3, 4. CO11ege. WILLIAM BURNI-IAM Madison High--Football 25 Track 3, 45 Wrest- ling 2,45 Swimming 3, 45 "A" Choirg Plays 1, 3, 4. College. C JOHN STANLEY CALDWELL Creston--SC Rep. 15 AFM Rep. 25 Track 1. Armed Services. ROBERTL CAMPBELL Kellogg-- CC Rep. 25 Football 15 Track 2, 35 Cross Country 2. College. CARROLL ROSS CANTRELL Creston. College. CARLAN A. CARAVITY Kellogg- SC Rep. 5 AFM Rep. 5 AFM Sen.5 Football 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra. College. YVONNE CARPENTER Atkinson. Work. DONNA ROCI-IELLE CARR Richmond. CARRIE ANN CARRES AGS Rep.3 SC Rep. 5 CC Rep. 5 Kappa Kappa V-Pres., Treas.5 Swimming 15 "A" ghpig 3, 45 Girls' Choir 25 Harmonines i I ' JOANN LOUISE CAVAGNA Our Lady of Sorrows--Perfect Attendance 15 AGS Rep. 35 SC Rep. 15 Sorelle V-Pres. Work. MAUREEN CAVE Creston--AGS Rep. 5 SC Rep. 5 CC Rep.5 Forum 4. College. GIGI CETTINA AGS Rep. 5 SC Rep.5 CC Rep. College. RONALD CHAIVIBERLAIN Creston-- SC Rep. 1, 35 CC Rep. 15 AFM Rep. 35 Football 1, 25 Basketball 15 Track 1. College. RICHARD CHAPMAN Central Catholic High. Work. KAREN LEE CHARLES Woodstock-- Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Perfect Attend- ance 1, 2, 35 NHS 3, 45 CC Rep. 25 ALMANAC 3, 45 Forum 45 Pleiades. College. RONALD B. CHRISTENSON Atkinson--Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 35 AFM Rep. 25 Art Staff 3, 45 ALMANAC 3, 4. College. GEORGE JOHN CHURCHILL Wood- stock--AFM Rep. College. MARY LYNN CIANNI McMinnville High, McMinnville,Oregon. College. KEITH ARTHUR COLE Marshall. College. DENNIS RICHARD COLEMAN Richmond--SC Rep. 5 AFM Rep. 5 Basketball 15 Wrestling 1. College. MICHEL JOI-INI-IENRY COMEAU Creston--AFM Rep. 5 AFM Sen. 5 Football 25 Wrestling 2. College. VIRGIL W. COOMES JR. Joseph Lane. Armed Services. JO ANN COVAULT Washington High. Work. JAMES CREAGER Atkinson--Foot- ball 1, 25 Basketball 1, 25 Track 15 Baseball 2. Armed Services. NANCY CREAGER Atkinson-- Historian 15 AGS Rep. 15 SC Rep, 4, CC 25 JV Rally 2. College. PEGGY LEE CREWSE Arleta-- Honor Roll 25 AGS Rep.5 SC Rep,5 CC Rep.5 Sigma Phi Alpha5 YFC5 "A" Choir 3, 45 Girls' Choir l. Work. GARY CRISWELL Creston. Armed Services. DOREEN RUTH CROCKETT Joseph Lane--POST 3, 45 Forum 45 Plays 3. College. CHERYL ANN CROFT Joseph Lane- Honor Roll l, 2, 35 Perfect Attendance 35 NHSg Sgt. at Arms 35 CC Rep.5 Forum 45 Sorelle Pres.5 Thespians5 Girls' Choir 25 Plays 3. College. BEVERLY ANN CROWTHER Joseph Lane--Honor Roll l, 25 NHS 45 AGS Rep. l5 CC Rep. l, 35 Sweetheart Swirl 35 Sorelle Pres.5 Sigma Phi Alpha5 "A" Choir 3, 45 Girls' Choir 2. College. Harmonines get a backstage view of the Christmas Assembly. D LARRY DAHLGREN Woodstock-- SC Rep. 35 AFM Rep.5 AFM Sen. 5 FS5 "A" Choir 25 Football 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Basketball 25 Tennis 45 Cross Country 1. College. JIM DANIELS Kellogg--Perfect Attendance 15 SC Rep. 25 AFM Sen. 35 Football 1. College. AUDREY DAVIS Creston--Perfect Attendance 15 AGS Rep. 1, 35 Art Staff 3, 45 Forum 4. College. GAIL ANN DAVIS Joseph Lane-- AGSRe . 3-SCRe .13 CCRe P 1 P 1 5 P' 45 Pep Club5 Girls' Choir 2. College. GLORIA J. DAVIS sc Rep. 2, Forum 4. Work. 185 RICK JOHN DAVIS Atkinson-- Honor Roll 1, 25 Frosh Class Pres.5 SC Rep. 15 AFM Rep. 1, 2, 35 'AFM sen, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2. College. STEVE DAVIS Arleta--AFM Rep. 5 Football5 Track5 Wrestling5 Stage Crew, College. KERRYL. DEBUSE Atkinson-- Honor Roll 25 SC Rep. 35 CC Rep. 35 AFM Rep. 35 AFM Sen. 15 Art Staff 2, 35 JV Rally 25 Varsity Rally 3, 4. College. GARY W. DEEMS Arleta--Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 35 NHS 45 Jr. Class Pres.5 AFM Rep. 1, 25 SC Rep. 1, 2, 35 CC Rep. 15 Jr. Prom Court5 Forum 45 Friars SeC.3 Epsilon V-Pres. 5 Lettermen's5 Foot- ball 1, 25 Baseball 45 Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. College. WILLIAM K. DEGEAR Richmond-- AFM Rep.5 SC Rep.5 Rally 35 "A" Choir 2, 3, 4. Armed Services. RON DELANEY Seaside, Oregon-- AFM Rep. 25 SC Rep. 2, 35 Forum 45 Lettermen's5 Football 45 Basket- ball l, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 35 Cross Coun- try 3. College. GAYE DILLON Lainelle High, Lain- elle, West Virginia--Honor Roll5 Girls' Choir l, 2, 35 Band l, 25 Plays 35 Work. DLANNE L DINNOCENZO Rich- mond--Perfect Attendance 15 Frosh C1333 Sec.5 AGS Rep. 255C Rep.5 CC Rep. 25 Pep Club V-Pres.5 Thespians, College. MARY DOLLOWITCH Ma1'yCr6St High. Work. MICHAEL EDWARD DRAIS Glencoe--Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 NHS5 SC Rep. 15 AFM Sen. 45 CC Rep. 25 Forum 45 Lettermen's5 Friarsg Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball. College. JOYCE MARIE DRAKE joseph Lane- Class Sgt. at Arms l, 25 AGS Rep. 5 sc Rep.5 cc Rep., Posr 3,4. coi- lege. HARRIET ANN DUGAN Kellogg-- CC Rep. College. LOIS DUNLOP Creston--SC Rep. 35 Lambda Gamma Pres.5 IRL5 Band 15 Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4. College. LOUISE DUNLOP Creston--Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 NHS 45 Forum 45 Lambda Gammag IRL5 Band 1, 25 Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4. College. JOYCE DURANT Molalla Union High, Molalla, Oregon--YFC5 Pep Club5 Girls' Choi.r5 "A" Choir. College. TERRY DURGAN Washington High School--Girls' Choir. Work. E NANCY CARLENE EATON Atkinson--Honor Roll 15 Soph. Class Sgt. at Arms5 AGS Rep. 35 Pep Club Sgt. at Armsg IRL5 Plays 4. College. CLAUDETTE EBI Creston--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 45 Sr. Class Treas.5 Soph. Class Sec. 5 AGS Rep. 1, 2, 35 SC Rep.5 CC Rep. 15 Forum 45 Homecoming Queen 25 Pleiades Pres. 45 IV Rally 25 Varsity Rally 3, 4. College. LARRY ALAN ELDER Kellogg-- Perfect Attendance 25 Sr. Class Sgt. at Armsg SC Rep. 5 Football 45 Track 15 Wrestling 2. College. EMILIE ELD RED GE Arleta - - POS T 4. College. DEANA LEE ELLENWOOD Central City, Nebraska--AGS Rep. 35 Girls' Choir 25 "A" Choir 3. Work. RICHARD ELLINGSON Our Lady of Sorrows--CC Rep.5 Cross Country' Wrestling. College. 7 RUTH ELLINGSON Richmond-- I-Ionor Roll5 SB Treas. 45 Frosh Class V-P1-es.5 AGS Rep.5 SC Rep.5 CC Rep. 15 Forum 45 Ir. Prom Cougrtg IRL Chap. 5 Sigma Phi Alpha Sec.5 Girls' Choi1'5 "A" Choir5 Plays Properties., College. THOMAS W. ELLIS JR. Yoncalla, Oregon--Fienchetto5 Band5 Orchestrag Football 1. College. RICHARD ELMORE Kellogg-- Perfect Attendance 1, 25 Class Sgt. at Armsg SC Rep. 5 CC Rep.5 IRI-3 Track 1, 2, 45 Cross Country 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchesu-a 2, 3. College. CAROL ,:oAN ENGS TRoM Kellogg- Perfect Attendance 35 Phi Delta Chi Treas. Work. JACQUELINE L.ENGSTROM Creston SC Rep.5 CC Rep. 15 Girls' Choir 1. College. STEVE A. EQUALL Kellogg-- Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 35 Football Mgr. 5 Basketball Mgr. College. Franklin men are amused during an AFM Assembly. ' 186 F BARB FAST Kirksville High, Kirks- ville, Missouri--Perfect Attendance 33 Sr. Class Sgt. at Arms3 Forum 43 Tennis 3. College. FRED FAULHABER St. Ignatius. Armed Services. SHARON FIEGER St, Ma.ry's Academy--SC Rep. 33 Forum 4. Work. GARY DONALD FIELD Kellogg-- SC Rep. 43 CC Rep. 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 33 Band Drum Major. College. PAT FINNEY Woodstock--AGS Rep.3 SC Rep.3 Sorelle Hist.3 Pep Club3 Girls' Choir 2. College. CHRIS DEE FLOREA Creston-- Honor Roll 1, 23 SC Rep. 23 CC Rep. 1, 23 POST 3, 43 Phi Delta Chi Clb. Rpuoi Tennis 33 Makeup Crew. College. GARY DENNIS FLOREY Woodstock- SC Rep, 3 AFM Rep. 3 Track 2. College. KATHLEEN C. FLOYD Creston-- Honor Roll 1, 33 NHS 3, 43 AGS Rep. 13 CC Rep. 1, 33 IRL PreS.3 Pep Club Treas.3 Girls' Choir 23 "A" Choir 3, 4. College. DONNA FOLTZ Creston--CC Rep. 13 YFC5 Band3 Girls' Choir3 "A" Choir. College. ETHEL FORD Atkinson--Soph. Class I-H51-.3 AGS Rep. 2, 33 SC Rep. 13 CC Rep. 1. College. CHARLOTTE ANN FOWLER Wood- stock--Perfect Attendance 23 AGS Rep. 43 SC Rep. 23 CC Rep. 13 Plays3 Makeup Crew. College. G SI-IERRILL D. GIGLIOTTI Arleta-- AGS Rep. 4. College. JANET LYNN GLEIM Arleta--AGS Rep. 33 SC Rep. 23 CC Rep. 1. College. DELLA MARIE GOETSCH Joseph Lane--Forum 4. College. DONNA KAY GOODALE Joseph Lane--Perfect Attendance 23 AGS Rep. 23 CC Rep. 23 Forum 4. Work. MARY F. GOSKA Richmond-- CC Rep. 1. Business College. JEFF C. GRAHAM Creston--Perfect Attendance 2, 33 Sr. Class Pres.5 Jr. Class PI'ES.Q AFM Rep. 1, 2, 33 AFM Sen. 2,33 Forum 43 Lettermen's3 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. College. STEPHEN C. GRAHAM Atkinson-- Honor Roll 23 AFM Rep. 2, 33 Sigma Phi Alpha3 Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 43 Plays 4. College. CAROLYN M. GREEN Woodstock-- Honor Roll 1, 2, 43 Perfect Attendance 1, 33 AGS Rep. 1, 23 SC Rep. 2, 33 CC Rep. 1, 2, 43 Forum 43 ALMANAC 3, 43 IRL3 Publicity Committee 3, 4. College. ED GRESHAM Lewis--AFM Rep. 5 SC Rep. I3 Football 23 Wrestling l. College. ALAN GRIFFIN Honor Roll l, 23 AFM Rep. 3 Forum 43 Football l, 2, 33 Basketball li Track I, 2, 3. CO11ege. NIKKI RENE' GRISANTI Atkinson-- Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Perfect Attend- ance 13 NHS 3,43 AGS Rep. 43 CC Rep. 33 ALNIANAC 3, 43 Forum 43 Phi Nu Alpha Pres.3 Bowling Clubg Plays 4. College. JORJA RUTH GUTHRIE Richmond- Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Perfect Attend- ance 1, 23 NHS 3, 43 AGS Rep. 33 SC Rep. 1, 23 CC Rep. 1, 2, 43 Forum 43 Girls' State Rep. 43 Pleiades Treas. 43 IRL3 Publicity Committee 3, 4. College. H JAMES HAGGERTY Our Lady of Sorrows--AFM Rep. 3 SC Rep. College. CAROL LYNN HAHN Arleta--Per- feet Attendance l, 33 AGS Rep. 13 SC Rep. 13 CC Rep. 33 Thespians3 "A" Choir 2, 3, 43 Girls' Choir 23 Plays 33 Makeup Crew 3. College. RALPH HAINES Dallas High, Dallas, Oregon--Perfect Attendance 13 Forum 4. College. KAREN DIANE HAKKINEN Atkinson- Honor Roll 13 Sr. Class Sec.5 AGS Rep., sc Rep. 33 cc Rep. 13 Twirp Court 33 Pep Club Sgt, at Arms3 Majorette 2, 3,4. College. BARBARA LYN HANLIN Culter Academy, Los Angeles, California-- Honor Roll 43 Sigma Phi Alpha3 "A" Choir 43 IRL3 Madrigal 4. College. DONNA c. I-IANEY Kellogg, won., DONNELLA IE-AN HANSEN Creston-- Honor Roll3 AGS Rep, 43 SC Rep, 1, CC Rep. 1,4s Forum 43 "A" Choir 2 3,43 Band 2, 33 orchestra 2, 3. Col-, lege. LARRY E. I-IARDEN Ganesha High, Pomona, California--AFM Rep, 3 CC Rep. College. SHARON HARMON Glencoe. College. 187 CONNIE HARRELL Creston. LISA HARRIS Kellogg--Class Sgt. at Arms3 AGS Rep.3 SC Rep.3 CC Rep. 3 Twirp Court 3. Work. KATHLEEN MARIE HAVERKAMP Kellogg--Jr. Sgt. at APITISQ AGS Rep. 33 Pep Sgt. at Arms. College. JOANNE LESLIE I-IAWKINS South Powellhurst--AGS Rep. lg SC Rep. 33 CC Rep. 23 Sigma Phi Alpha3 Bandg Orchestra. College. VIRGINIA I-LAWKINS Richmond-- SC Rep. 23 POST 2, 33 IRL. College. LARRY HENDRICKS Creston--Per- fect Attendance 33 CC Rep. 33 YFC3 Basketball 13 Track l, 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 2, 33 "A" Choir. College. DONNA DIANE HERRMANN Richmond., College. ERIC THOMAS I-IERRMANN Benson High--Perfect Attendance 33 AFM Rep. 43 Forum 4. College. DAN HILL St. Ignatius--Art Staff 43 Wrestling 1. Work. RICK HIRSCH Forum 4. College. CLAUDLA MARY HOCKETT Richmond--Girls' Choir 23 "A" Choir 3, 43 Harmonines 2, 3, 4. College. JEAN MARIE HODDEVIK Creston-- Perfect Attendance 13 Class Sec.3 AGS Rep.3 SC Repas CC Rep. 1, 23 Forum 43 Twirp Queen 33 JV Rally 23 Varsity Rally 3, 4. College. NORM HOELZER Ke11ogg-- Jr., ci... Sgt. at Armsg SC Rep. 33 CC Rep, 23 AFM Rep. 43 Forum 43 Wrestling 23 Cross Country 1. College. VIRGINIA KAY HOLMES Rose City Park--AGS Rep. 1,43 sc Rep, 2, Forum 43 IRL, College. MARYDITH DAWN HOOKER Muskogee, Oklahoma--SB Sec. 43 Jr. Class HiSt.3 AGS Sec.3 SC Rep. 13 AGS Rep. 35 Ir. Prom COUItj Home- coming Court 33 Girls' Choir 23 "A" Choir 3, 43 Harmonines 2, 3, 43 Plays 33 Thespians. College. KRIS TINE LAURIE HOSS Atkinson- Honor Roll 13 Soph. Class Sgt, at A.rms3 AGS Rep. 23 Pep Club Sgt, at Arms? IRL. Plays 4. College. PAMELA DELORES I-IOVANIC Atkinson--Perfect Attendance 3. College. DOUGLAS VERN HOWARD Atkinson--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 33 NHS Treas. 3, 43 AFM Rep. 3, 43 CC Rep. 1, 43 Forum 43 ALMANAC Editor 3, 43 Catalyst Pres.g Friars Treas. College. MARGUERITE HOWARD RiChInOnd- Pep Clubg Phi Delta Chi SEC- C01-lege' CAROLYN RUTH HYLAND Creston- I-Ionor Roll 15 Soph. Class Sec.5 Frosh Class Treas.5 SC RCP- 13 JV Rally 25 Forum 4. College- J JUDITH ELLEN JACOB Creston-- Phi NuAlpha Treas. 5 YFC. CO1-lege. LARRY V. JACOBSEN Kellogg. Work. DOREEN MARIE JACKSON Atkinson- AGS Rep. 1, 2, 3, 45 SC Rep. 1, 25 CC Rep. 1, 2, 45 IRL5 Pep Club. College. NICK JAMES Arleta--AFM Rep. 15 Football 15 Track 1, 2. Work. CAROL LYN JARRETT Glencoe-- CC Rep. 15 Phi Nu Alpha V-PreS.5 Pep Club. Work. ALLAN R. JENSON JR. cresron-- Jr. Class Sgt. at Arms5 SC Rep. 1, 3, College. ARLENE M JERNBERG Arleta-- Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS Chap. 3, 45 Catalyst SeC.5 Orchestra5 Harmonines 2. College. JAY JEFFREY JOHNSON Wasilla High, Wasilla, Alaska--AFM Pres. 45 SC Rep. 25 CC Rep. 35 AFM Rep. 35 AFM Sen. 3,45 IRL5 YFC5 Fian- chetto5 Lettermen's5 Cross Country 3, 45 Plays 4. College. JON CI-IAS. JOHNSON Woodstock-- SC Rep.5 CC Rep.5 AFM Rep.5 Football 1, 2,45 Wrestling 1. College. RICHARD A. JOHNSON Atkinson-- SC Rep. 15 AFM Rep.5 Forum 45 JV Rally 25 Va.rsity Rally 3, 45 Track 15 Plays. College. PAMELA ANNE JONES Richmond-- Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS 4, AGS Rep. 2,35 CC Rep. 25 Forum 45 IRL V- Pres. College. JIM JOSSY Richmond--AFM Rep. 25 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. College. K JUDY LEE KALB Richmond-- Honor Roll 2, 35 NHS 3, 45 SC Rep. 35 CC Rep. 1, 25 Forum 4. Armed Services. ROBERTL. KELLEY St. Stephen'S- Perfect Attendance 35 SC Rep. 35 AFM sen. 3,45 Forum 45 ALMANAC 45 Tennis 2, 3. College. MARY KENNEDY Marycrest High-- SC Rep. 35 Forum 45 Phi Delta Chi V-Pres. College. THOMAS J., KENNY Kellogg-- Soph. Class Sgt. at Arms5 SC Rep. 1, 2, AFM Rep. 4, AFM sen. 3, Twirp Court King 35 Football 1, 25 Basketball 1, 25 Track 15 Baseball 2. College. HOLLIE KERCHER Girls Poly High. Work. MARY LOU KESER Woodstock-- Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,45 NHS Pres. 3,45 Perfect Attendance 1, 25 CC Rep. 2, 45 Pleiades. College. KARON LYNN KEUP Arleta--AGS Rep. 15 CC Rep. 25 Sorelle Treas.5 Girls' Choir 25 "A" Choir 35 Mad- rigal 3. Work. LINDA KIDD Clover Park Tacoma, Washington. Work. , JEAN ELIZABETH KIMBALL Atkinson--Honor Roll 3,45 Perfect Attendance 35 Class Sgt, at Arms5 AGS Rep. 1, 45 SC Rep. 15 CC Rep. 15 ALMANAC 3, 45 Forum 4. College. SANDRA ANN KING Joseph Lane-.. Honor Roll 35 Forum 4. Work, MARILYN KIRIGIN Our Lady of Sorrows--Honor Roll 25 CC Rep, 25 Forum 45 Lambda Gamma5 Thes- piansg Plays 3, 4. College. CAROL LEE KLINE Creston--SC Rep. 25 Phi Delta Chig Girls' Choir 25 "A" choir 3, 4. work. MELVIN D. KNAPP Joseph Lane-- Perfect Attendance. Armed Services. MICHAEL WAYNE KNAPP Merri- whether Lewis--SC Rep. 5 AFM Rep. 3, 45 AFM Sen. 25 POST 4. College. STEVEN DENNIS KOLB Richmond- Honor Roll 15 CC Rep. 5 Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 15 Track 1, 2. College. GARY KOSENIENSKY Joseph Lane. Armed ServiceS. TERI KAARINA KOSKELA Sudbury High, Sudbury, Ont:-io, Canada-- AGS Rep. 3. College. RICK K. KRALL Joseph Lane-- YFC5 Football 15 Track 25 Baseball 1. College. GARY KRAMER Joseph Lane-- sc Rep. 2, AFM Rep, 45 Football 2, 45 Wrestling 2. C011f-Ige. NANCY MARIE KUHNI-IAUSEN Kellogg--Phi Delta Chi Clb. Rptr. College. 188 GENE KYSAR Arleta--Football 15 Track 15 Wrestling 15 Band5 Orchestra. L LEWIS LAKE Arleta. College. JANET ELAINE LANGAN Arleta-- AGS Rep. 35 Sorelle Chap, Work. BARBARA LANDSBERG Joseph Lane--AGS Rep. 15 CC Rep. 23 YFC. College. DONNA RAE LARSON Arleta-- Perfect Attendance 35 SC Rep. 25 IRL5 Girls' Choir 3. College. GARY A. LARSON Atkinson-- Perfect Attendance5 SC Rep. CC Rep, 5 AFM Rep. 5 Football 15Track 1. College. JUDY ANN LARSON Kellogg-- SB Sec. 45 Sr. Class V-PI'ES.5 Soph. Class V-Pres.5 AGS Rep. 15 SC Rep. 1, 2, 3, 45 CC Rep. 15 Jr. Prom Courtg Pep Club Pres. 5 IRL5 Girls' Choir Z College. NANCY JEAN LEE Centennial, Alpine, Texas--Honor Roll 15 Perfect Attendance 1, 25 Jr. Class Treas. 5 AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 2, 45 CC Rep. 25 Signa Phi Alpha Pres. 5 Sorelle Pres. College. DENNIS LEWIS Creston--Plays, Colle ge. ROBERT T. LIPSCOMB Atkinson-- Honor Roll 15 AFM Sec. 5 Jr. Class President5 Junior Prom Court, Col- lege. RICHARD LOCKYEAR Atkinson-- CC Rep. 5 AFM Rep. College. RONALD W. LOOP Marshall High School--SC Rep. 5 Football 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 2, 3. College. WESLEY DALE LOURWOOD Joseph Lane. Work. NORMA LILY LUSTER Kellogg-- Perfect Attendance 15 Girls' Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. Work. BILL LYMAN Kellogg--Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 35 SC Rep. 35 CC Rep. 25 AFM Rep. 25 Forum 45 Football 45 Track 15 Wrestling 1. College. DONNA JOANN LYSENG Kellogg-- Class Sgt. at Arms5 AGS Rep.5 SC Rep.5 CC Rep.5 Forum 45 Girls' Choir. College. M SANDRA DIANE MCADAM Ar1eta-- AGS Rep. 2, 35 CC Rep. 1, 25 Pep Club. Business College. CAROL JEANNINE MCCRACKEN Joseph Lane--Phi Delta Chi Sec. Work. DOUG MCGRIFF Marshfield High, Coos Bay, Oregon--AFM Rep. 25 Football 25 Wrestling 25 Baseball 25 Band. College. BEVERLY ANN MCINTOSI-I Richmond--Phi Delta Chi Hisf. College. LINDA DARLENE MCKETHEN Kellogg--CC Rep. 25 Forum 4. College. JOSEPH E. MCMAHON Washington- SC Rep. College. CAROLYN MCNERNEY St. Ignatius- Perfect Attendance 25 Soph. Class sg., at Arms5 Acs Rep. 45 cc Re p. 15 IRL V-Pres.5 Thespians5 Plays 2, 35 Makeup Crew 35 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4. College. May lhave this dance? NANCY I. McSI-IATKO Joseph Lane--SC Rep. 25 Girls' Choir 25 "A" Choir 3, 45 Band Majoretteg Harmonines 2, 3, 4. Work. SI-IERRY ANN MARTIEN Joseph Lane. Work. JAMES MICHAEL MATSON Rich- mond--Perfect Attendance 15 Forum 4. College. JOYCE MARIAN MATSON Richmond. College. RICHARD MATTHEWS Joseph Lane--Perfect Attendance 15 Foot- ball 1. couege. DLANE T. MERRIAN Western Sen- ior High, Anaheim, California. College. 189 GREGORY M. MIER Atkinson-- AFM Rep. 35 CC Rep. 5 Letter-men's5 Football 15 Track 35 Wrestling 1, 35 Swimming. College. MICHAEL MILLER Woodstock-- Forum 45 AFM Sen. 45 Basketball I5 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 1. College. RONALD MINNICE Richmond-- AFM Rep. 15 SC Rep. l, College. MARVIN MIRICH Oak Grove-- Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 45 Perfect Attend- ance 1, 2, 35 NHS 45 AFM Sen.5 CC Rep l, 25 Forum 45 Catalyst Club5 Lettermen's5 Friarsg Basketball 15 Baseball l, 2, 3. College. JANET ELIZABETH MOEN Lewis-- Honor Roll 15 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 35 CC Rep.5 Catalyst Treas.5 LambdaGamma Sec.5 Phi Nu Alpha. College. CAROL ANN MOORE Glencoe-- Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 SC Rep. 3, 45 ALMANAC 3, 45 Forum 45 Bowling Club Treas.5 Publicity 3. College. NANCY MooRE work. SHARRON MORGAN RiChm0I1d-- AGS Rep. 45 SC Rep. 45 Phi Delta Chi Pres. 5 IRI, Work. MIELVJN MORRISON Arleta. Work. JACQUEIINE MULLINS Shattuck-- Perfect Attendance 1, Work. CONNIE MUMPER Woodstock-- Honor Roll 1, 25 Perfect Attendance 25 AGS Rep. 15 SC Rep. 25 CC Rep. 1, 25 Forum 45 Sigma Phi Alpha5 "A" Choir 3,45 Girls' Choir 25 Harmo- nines 2, 3, 45 Plays 3. College. KATHLEEN JOYCE MURPHY Atkinson--AGS Rep. 35 SC Rep. 25 CC Rep. 3. College. N TOM NAKATA Kellogg--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 2, 35 NHS 3,45 SB Pres. 45 SB V-Pres. 35 Soph. Class Pres.5 SC Rep. 15 CC Rep, 25 AFM Rep. 15 AFM Sen. 25 Forum 45 Jr. Prom Court5 Friars Hist.5 Epsilon His1'.5 Catalyst5 Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 25 Cross Country 1. College. CAROL JO NANCE Washougal High, Washougal, Washington--Lamda Gamma Chap, College. DENNIS EARL NAUGHT Creston-- Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3. College. GARY GRANT NEEL Arleta. College. VIVIAN NEEL Arleta--Perfect Attendance 1. Work. JOYCE ELAYNE NELSON Atkinson-- IRL. College. Well, french fries aren't fattening! R. KATHLEEN NEWBILL Richmond- Forum 4. College. KATHI NIELSEN Woodstock-- Perfect Attendance 1. College. KELLIE KATHLEEN NORTON .Atkinson--AGS Rep. 15 SC Rep. 15 CC Rep. 2. College. MIKE NOVAK Joseph La.ne--Foot- ball 3. Work. O JEAN O'BRIEN Kellogg--Honor Roll 25 AGS Rep, 25 SC Rep. 2. College. BARBARA OESTERREICHER Wilson High--Honor Roll 35 Phi Delta Chi Clb. Rptr.g Thespians5 Plays. College. UNNI OLSEN Creston--Soph. Class Sec.5 AGS Rep.5 CC Rep. College. GENE ALLAN ORCUTT Woodstock- AFM Rep. 1. College. RAY ORESTE St, Ignatius--Soph. Class Sgt. at Arms5 SC Rep. 35 AFM Rep. 25 AFM Sen. 35 Football 15 Basketball 25 Wrestling 2, 35 Baseball 4, College. ALLYN JOHN ORIWE Joseph Lane-- Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 45 SB V-Pres. 45 SC Rep.5 CC Rep,5 AFM Rep,5 AFM Sen.5 Jr. Prom Court5 Forum 45 Friars Pres.5 Epsilon Chap.5 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 2. College. VINCENT S. ORAZIO Central Catholic. College. PHYLLIS oTTEsoN Kellogg-- CC Rep. 1. College. 190 P ROBERT S. PARKER Arleta-- Honor Roll 25 CC Rep. 15 YFC Chap.5 Band. College. RON PARMER Richland High, Richland, Washington--Forum 45 Track5 Baseball. College. CARLENE ANN PAVLICEK Molalla, Oregon--Perfect Attendance 25 Phi Nu Alpha5 Girls' Choir 1, 2. Work. RICHARD BYRON PAYNE Creston-- Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS Treas. 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 25 CC Rep. 25 Forum 45 Catalyst V-Pres. 5 Friars5 Orchestra. College. SHEILA DANE PEDERSON Wood- stock--Girls' Choir 2. Work. HANS PETER Arleta--Honor R011 15 Perfect Attendance 35 CC Rep. 15 AFM Rep. 35 Forum 45 Track 15 Wrestling 1, 35 "A" Choir 2, 3,45 Madrigal 3, 4. College. DEANNA LEE PETERS Woodstock-- AGS Rep. 15 SC Rep. 1, 35 CC Rep. 15 Homecoming Court 15 Twirp Court, College. BOB PLISKA Creston--Honor Roll 1, 25 NHS Sgt. at Arms 3, 45 SB Pub. Chrm. 35 Sr. Class Pres.5 SC Rep. 15 CC Rep.5 AFM Rep. 35 AFM Hisr. 25 Friars V-PreS.5 Epsilon Sgt. at Arms5 Track 15 Cross Country 1. College. KEN PIERCE Arleta--Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 35 SC Rep. 25 AFM Rep. 15 "A" Choir 2. College. PEGGY LEE POLIER Creston--AGS Rep. 3, 45 SC Rep. 1. Work. ROGER POLIVKA Arleta--Honor Roll 15 AFM Rep. 45 Art Staff 4. Armed SerViceS. RONALD KENT POMEROY Atkinson--Tennis 2, 3. College. MARY ANNE POOL Arleta-- Swimming 1, 2. Work, REBECCA JO PORTER Creston-- AGS Rep. 35 SC Rep. 2,35 CC Rep. 2, 35 Plays. Work. KEITH LARSEN PRICE Creston-- Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. College. PETER PRIMIANO JR. Atkinson-- Soph. Class Sgt, at Arms5 AFM Rep. 25 SC Rep.5 Football 25 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. CARALEE ANN PROCTER Joseph Lane--CC Rep. College. MARY PRYOR Girls Poly. Work. R RITA RADICI-I Our Lady of Sor- rows--AGS Rep. l5 SC Rep. 25 ALMANAC 3, 45 Sorelle Hisf. Work. LINDA RAMSBY Washington High. College. GLORIA RASMUSSEN Creston-- Swimming 1. Work. GARY RAZE Arleta. College. BERNICE KAY REDDON Arleta-- AGS Rep. 5 SC Rep. 5 Girls' Choir. LARRY REECE Richmond--Cross Country l5 Plays 45 Stage Crew 4. ROGER WAYNE REES Arleta-- Band 1, 2, 3, 4. College. NYLE REMME Creston--CCRep. 25 Phi Delta Chi. College. DAVID ALLEN RICHARDS Arleta. Work. JAMES ANTHONY RICHARDSON Richmond--Perfect Attendance 25 Forum 4. College. CAROL ROBERTSON Arleta--Hon- or R011 2, Acs Rep. 35 sc Rep. 4, Sorelle5 IRL5 "A" Choir 3, 45 Girls' Choir 25 Madrigal 45 Harmonines 2, 3, 45 Plays 3, 4. College. PENE LYNN ROBSON Mercer Island High, Mercer Island, Washington-- AGS Rep. 4. Work. LAWRENCE JOHN ROISE Glencoe. College. ROGER WILLIAM ROMEIKE Atkin- son--AFM Rep. l, 25 AFM Sen. 35 SC Rep. 25 Forum 45 Lettermen's5 Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Track 35 Baseball 2. College. SHARON KAY ROPER-WITT Arleta. Work. ALBERT ROUSE Marshall High-- Perfect Attendance 3. College. MARY ROVITO Arleta--AGS Rep. SC Rep. College. MARCIA RYDMAN Glencoe-- Perfect Attendance5 Class Sgt. at Arms5 AGS Rep.5 SC Rep.5 CC Rep. 15 Forum 4. College. S PAUL SABAH Arleta--Baseball 25 Swimming. College. SETSY SADAMOTO Kellogg-- Honor Roll 25 Perfect Attendance 35 ALMANAC 45 Forum 45 Phi Delta Chi V-Pres. 5 IRL Sec. College. BEATRICE LOUISE SANDOZ Atkin- son. KAREN LOUISE SARRIUGARTE Joseph Lane--Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 35 NHS 45 AGS Rep. 35 CC Rep. I5 POST 3,45 IRL5 Pleiades. College. JANICE SCHENEMAN Woodstock-- Phi Delta Chi Chap. SANDRA LUCILLE SCOTT Clack- amas High--Honor Roll l, 25 Forum 45 YFC Pres.5 "A" Choi.r5 Girls' Choir. Work. ROBERT B. SEIBOLD WoodstoC.k-- SC Rep. 25 AFM Rep. 3, 45 Football 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Armed Services. TIMOTHY A. SEIFERT AFM Rep.3 Basketball 35 Track 35 Baseball 3. College. MILLICENT SHANKLAND Glencoe- CC Rep. l. College. PATSY ANN SHEETS Richmond-- YFC. Work. DIANA LEE SHIELDS Phi Delta Chi Pres., Sec.5 Girls' Choir5 "A" Choir. College. LORETTA LORRIE SHIOSHI Richmond--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 2, 35 NHS Sec. 45 AGS Pres. 45 AGS Hist. 35 AGS Rep. 1, 25 SC Rep. 35 CC Rep. 25 Forum 45 Jr. Prom Court5 Home- coming Queen 45 IRL Pres. , Treas.3 Pleiades Hist. 5 Publicity Committee 3, 4. College. ANN SHIRLEY Glencoe--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 45 AGS Rep. 3, 45 SC Rep. 15 Forum 45 IRL. College. RITA JEAN SI-IUMWAY Joseph Lane--Jr. Class Sgt. at Arms5 Phi Delta Chi Clb. Rptr. , Chap. Work. CHERYL SIVESIND Arleta-- Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3. Undecided. JON MICHAEL SKAGGS Kellogg-- Swimming 1. College. BEN SKONNARD Woodstock-- CC Rep. 45 School Photographer 3, 45 Catalyst5 Kappa Omega Lambda5 Bowling Club. College. LANA SLAYTON Monroe Ir. High, Los Angles, California--AGS Rep.5 Bowling Club. Armed Services. DANA MARIE SMITH Joseph Lane--Honor Roll 15 CC Rep. 25 Thespiang Sec.5 Girls' Choir 25 "A" Choir 3, 45 Harmonines 2, 3, 45 Plays 3, 4. College. GLORIA SMITH Joseph Lane-- AGS Rep. Work. SUSAN SMURTHWAITE AGS Pres. 4, V-Pres. 35 CC Rep, 5 AGS Rep. 5 SC Rep. College. 191 DARYLE SNODGRASS St, Ignatius- Honor Roll 1, 2, 45 NHS Sgt. at A1-mg 3, 45 Sr. Class Sec. 5 SC Rep. 1, 2, 35 CC Rep. 35 Forum 45 Pleiades V- Pres. 5 Tennis 1, 2, 3. College. DAVID SOLIE Kellogg--Soph. Class Pres.5 SB Treas. 45 SC Rep.5 CC Rep. 5 AFM Rep. 5 AFM Sen. 5 Foot- ball5 Basketball. College. JAY DAVID SOLOMAN Arleta--SC Rep. 5 AFM Hist. 5 IRL Sec. , Chap. 5 Fianchettog Football 1, 2, 35 Track 25 Wrestling 25 Plays 4. College. BOB SPIRE Richmond--Football 15 Track 15 Wrestling 1. College. KIM STANLEY Atkinson--AFM Rep. 1, 45 Catalyst5 Lettermen's5 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. College. JIM STARR Joseph Lane--CC Rep. 25 AFM Rep. 35 Lettermen's5 Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 3, 45 "A" Choir 4. College. JACKIE STEVENS St. Ma.ry's Academy--Sr. Class Sgt. at Arms5 SC Rep. 35 Sorelle5 Catalyst5 Plays 4. College. GLENDA SUE STEWART Creston-- AGS Rep. 35 Art Staff5 Phi Delta Chi Pres. 5 Swimming 15 Girls' Choir 2, 3. Work. RANDY STONE Atkinson--SC Rep.5 Football 15 Basketball 1. COURSE. ARTHUR GEORGE STOUTENBURG Arleta--Honor Roll 1, 25 Forum 4. Work. BILLM. STROUP Richmond-- Class Sgt. at Arms 15 AFM Rep. 25 AFM Sen. 35 SC Rep. 15 Football 25 Basketball 25 Track 15 Wrestling 1. College. KEN STUCKI Arleta--AFM Rep.3 SC Rep.5 CC Rep.5 Lettermen's Treas.5 Track 15 Wrestling 1, 2, 3. College. PATRICIA SULLIVAN Atkinson-- Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,45 NHS 3, 45 AGS Rep. 25 Forum 45 IRL Sgt. at Arms5 Sigma Phi Alpha5 Lambda Gamma5 Pleiades5 "A" Choir 3, 45 Girls' Choir 2. College. JOANIE A. SUNDIN Woodstock-- AGS Rep. 2,45 SC Rep. 3, 45 CC Rep. 2, 3, 45 Makeup Crew 4. College. LINDA K. SWAN Kellogg--AGS Rep. 1,25 sc Rep. 2, "A" choir 4, Girls' Choir 3. Work. GRANT I. SWANSON Benson High- Forum 45 College. LIZ SWEENEY Kubasaki Jr. High, Naha, Okmawa. College. T SHARON TAYLOR Woodstock. College. MARK TEA TS Cre ston-- Honor Roll 35 Track 1. College. JACK THOMPSON Marshall High. Armed Services. MARCIA GAY THOMPSON Atkin- son--POST5 Forum 45 Lambda Gam- ma5 Bowling Club5 Tennis 25 Golf 45 Makeup Crew. College. MICHAELI.. THOMPSON Richmond- AFM Rep. 15 SC Rep. 25 CC Rep. 1, 25 POST 45 Wrestling 1. College. SANDRA JOYCE THOMPSON Marshall High, College. VAL THOMPSON Arleta--Honor Roll 2, 35 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 35 Class Sgt. at Arms 25 AFM Rep. 1, 2,35 SC Rep. 15 AFM Sen. 1, 2,45 CC Rep. 2, 35 Twirp Court5 Epsilon Pres. 5 Lettermen's V-Pres. 5 Foot- ba.1l5 Basketballg TraCk5 Baseballg Cross Country. College. LIZ TI-IUM Richmond--sc Rep.5 Phi Delta Chi V-Pres. 5 IRL College. NANCY ANNE TICE Richmond-- Honor Roll 15 AGS Rep. 15 SC Rep, 2, cc Rep. 1,25 orchestra 1, 2, 3,45 Makeup Crew 1, 2, 3, 4. College. GEORGIA TREISCH Joseph Lane-- Honor Roll l, 25 SC Rep. 1, 25 CC Rep. 2, 35 Sorelleg YFC V-Pres. Work. CONNIE BEA TUCKER Holy Angels Academy, Minneapolis, Minnesota-- AGS Rep. College. KAREN LEE TUPPER Richmond-- CC Rep. 3, 45 Art l, 25 "A" Choir 3, 45 Girls' Choir 25 Madrigal 3, 4. College. BOB TURNER Richmond--AFM Rep. 5 SC Rep. 5 CC Rep. 5 Track 2, 35 Cross Country 1, 2. College. DONALD KEITH TURNER Our Lady of Sorrows--AFM l, 2, 35 AFM Sen. 2, 35 SC Rep 2, 35 CC Rep. 35 Track 2, 3. College. GARY TYLER Creston--POST 3. College. V SHARON VANDENBURG Ar1eta-- SC Rep. 1, 3. Work- LAURA VAN VEEN St. Mary of the Valley, Beaverton, Oregon. College. FRANK E. VENNERI Shadle Park High, Spokane, Wash. --CC Rep. 5 Wrestling l. College- LINDA JOY VOLZ Arleta--CC Rep. 1 2- IRI. Colle e. , i 3 W MICHAEL THOMAS WALSH Kellogg--Soph. Class Sgt. at Armsg AFM Rep. 15 Track 25 Wrestling 1, 35 Cross Country 1. College. LYNDA SUSAN WALTER Richmond- Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 NHS 45 AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 15 CC Rep. 25 Forum 45 Lambda Gammag IRL College. JAMES B. WARD Arleta--AFM Rep. 1, 2, 45 Lettermen's5 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Armed Services. KATHY WASSEMILLER Kellogg-- SC Rep. 3, 4. Work. GARY LEE WEBB Kellogg--Honor R011 1, SB Pres. 45 SB V-Pres. 41 CC Rep. 25 ALMANAC 45 Forum 45 Jr. Prom Courtg Epsilon Sec.5 Base- ball 1, 25 Track 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3. College. JUDY MARIE WEIINANDT Atkinson--Honor Roll 35 Sr. Class Hisf. 45 SC Rep. 25 CC Rep. 15 POST 45 Forum 45 Thespians5 Pep Clubg Plays. College. BONNIE WEMMER Creston--AGS Rep. 3, Work. CONSTANCE HOPE WHITEMAN David Douglas High, Work. SHEILAH RENEE' WHITSON Richmond--AGS Rep. 5 SC Rep. 5 CC Rep. College. RHONDA WIATT Richmond-- AGS Rep. 45 SC Rep. 3. Work. BRENT WILLIAMS Cross Country. Armed Services. LES GEORGE WILLIAMS Richmond- Honor Roll 1, 25 Perfect Attendance 2, 35 NHS 45 AFM Rep. 25 AFM Sen. 35 Forum 45 Lettermen's Pres. 5 Epsilon Treas. 5 Friarsg Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. College. DONNA LEE WILSON Atkinson-- Perfect Attendance 25 Frosh Class Sgt. at Armsg AGS Rep. 35 SC Rep. 15 Forum 45 Thespians5 JV Rally 25 Varsity Rally 3, 45 Playsg Makeup Crew5 Stage Crew. Work. EVELYN WINDUST St. Ignatius-- Honor Roll 15 Perfect Attendance 35 SC Rep. 1, 2, 35 CC Rep. 5 POST 3, 45 Forum 45 IRL Pres. , Treas. 5 Lambda Gamma5 Plays 2, 4. College. PH1LIP W. WINKLER Washington- Lee High, Arlington County Virginia- Forum 45 Fianchetto. College. LYNNE WISE Glencoe--AGS Rep. 2, 3, 4- SC Rep. 35 CC Rep. 25 Forum 4. College. M. KATHY WITT Sacred Heart-- I-Ionor Roll 25 CC Rep. 25 Sigma Phi A1pha5 Lambda Gamma Pres. , V-Pres.5 Band5 Orchestra. 192 DAN l. WOLFORD Kellogg-- Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 NHS 45 SC Rep. 25 CC Rep. 45 AFM Rep. 35 AFM Sen. 45 Lettermen's5 F1-ia.rs5 Cross Country 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 2, 3. College. GORDON WOODWARD Salmon Arm Senior High, British Columbia, Canada--Basketball 25 Track 25 Golf 2. College. DUANE R. WRIGHT Kellogg-- Honor Roll 35 SC Rep. 35 CC Rep, 25 AFM Rep. 35 Lettermen's5 Track 25 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4. College. JERRY WRIGHT Marshall High College. Y JUDITH ANN YANN Atkinson-- Perfect Attendance 25 SC Rep. 15 CC Rep. 15 Sox-elle Sgt, at Arms5 IRL5 Bowling Club5 Golf 4. College. Unsuspecting students are captured by Luther Avery's candid camera. BONNIE ACHISON-Honors at Entrance Schol. to Lewis and Clark, Am. Leg. Aux. Unit -795185 Schol. 5 Beta Psi Chpt, of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Schol.g Ore. State Schol. Comm. CLARK ADAMS-Rempel Science Schol. : Honors Award to George Fox. SANDRA ADAMS-State Schol. to PSC. KEITH ANDREWS-Hyster Co. Tech. Training Program. SANDRA ARMES-State Schol. to P. S. C. BETTE BEGAN-FHS Dad's Club Schol. Pacific NW Bell Work-College Plan. ROBERT BENEFIELD-Achievement Award to the Col. of Idaho. JOANNE BRASK-Elem. Educ. Schol. to OCE. CATI-IY BRIEDWELL-FHS Dad's Club SchoL TIM CARR-FHS Lilli SchmidliScho1. State Schol. to OSU. CRAIG CLOW-State Schol. to PSC, Am, Leg, Aux. Unit 5185 Schol. JANE DECKER-U of Idaho Schol. STAN FELTON-Am. Leg. Aux. Unit F169 Schol., State Schol. to PSC. SI-IARYN FIFE-Ore. Congress of Par- ents and Teachers Schol. 3 Pan-Hel- lenic Schol. LINDA FRANZEN-Pacific NW Bell Work-College Plan. CHERYL FUGLE-Elk's Most Valuable Student Schol. Awardg Women's League Honor Award to Lewis and Clark, Ore. State Schol. Comm. Schol. BOB GALLUCCI-US Nat'l Bank Work- College Program. LARRY GAYTON-FHS SchOLg Ore. State Schol. Comm. Schol. DOUGLAS GILBERT-FHS Dad's Club SchoLg State Schol. to OSU. DENNIS GILLSON-Photog. Schol. to Linfield. KIM GLEASON-Int. Assn. of Machin- ists Schol. JIM GODFREY-Joe Fisher Ford Schol. OSU Schol. PATTY I-IATFIELD-First Place State of Ore. Am. Leg. Aux. Nat'l Presi- dent's Schol.g Elem. Educ. to OCF. LINDA HOPPER-Elk's Most Valuable Student, Leadership Awardg U of O Leadership Award, FHS AGS Schol. PAULETTE HOVVELL-FHS AGS Schol. JOHN KANAS-Elk's Most Valuable Student Schol. Award, First in City for Boys. THOMAS KRUEDER-Pac. University Schol. CARLA LESER-Schol. Deutsche Sommerschule am Pazifikg FHS Hi Ki Ki Schol. CAROLYN LINN-State Schol. to PSC. SONDRA LONG-FHS Xys-Ki Schol. JEAN MCCAFFERTY-State Schol. to OCE, SCOTT MILLER-State Schol. to PSC. DON MORGAN-Hyster Co, Tech. Training Program. GARY NEES-Spec. Achievement Award for Leadership to BYU, Second Place in City for Boys Elks Most Valuable Student Leadership. DIANE OTTESON-State Schol. to PSC. MARSI-LA PALMER-Schol. to BYU. BRUCE PARRENT-State Schol. to U of O, U of O Mot'her's Schol. Am. Leg. Aux. Unit 194104 Schol. MARIOL PECK-Lindield College Schol. DIAN PRICE-BYU Schol. SALLIE REPP-State Schol. to PSC, DIC ROVA..Dean's Schol. and Cor- nell U, Schol. JANET SANDBLAST-Pac. NW Bell Working-Schol. Plan. BRENDA SCHEUERMAN- San Jose Bible College Schol. 193 MR. MANNING SECURES SCHOLARSHIPS Working earnestly to secure scholar- ships for deserving students, Mr. James Manning has helped many seniors ob- tain financial aid which enabled them to go to college. He introduces the students to the involved process of competition for the financial stipends during their junior year. Mr. Manning encourages able students to take Col- lege Board and National Merit Tests, to write to colleges for information, and to show an interest in obtaining scholarships. The large nu.mber of such awards presented annually to Franklin seniors demonstrates the dedication of this man. MAX SPRENGER-Gen. Foods Schol. Ore. State Scholg Comm Schol. to OSU, MIKE SWINDLING-Gen. University Schol. to U of PA. JOHN TEMPLE-Union College Schol. Sl-IARON TORVIK-Portland Art Museum Schol. PAUL TRIMBLE-Honors at Entrance to Linfield College. GAIL WEYAND-Rose Festival Prin- cess, Schol5Pac. NW Bell Working- Schol. Plan. ALAN WOODYARD-Claremont Men's College Schol. CLASSES The foundation of every state is the education of its youth. D I OGENES as sri I rsh M ns? sirmf saw - .faisszg grass, ,Q- fiitisif ish Q -,,f:,, s me 155252421 'lllfidsfl user .sw MW me 21 as :wi ? .3 Row 1: I.. Wilson, Sec.g S. Smith, Pres.5 A. Federici, Vice Pres. Row 2: L Wilson, Treas.g L, Morgan, Hist.3 G. Matthes. ROW 32 P. Davis, J, Thompson, B, Webb. Row 42 D, Smltll, Chris Jenson, S. Gimbol. Row 1: J. Knutson, Vice Pres.g L Stucki, Sec.5 5. Lewis, Pres. Row 2: B. Jensen, K. Vorldergaiihell, C. Bradshaw, Hist.g S. Kanas. ROW 31 5- 5Chmeef, J. Clements, H. Tomli-HSOD. Row l: P. Torchia, Sec., M, Michigami, Pres., K. McNerney, Vice Pres, Row 2: B, Soljaga, Tre:-1S.5 V. Johnson, Hist.g Y. Lorenzini. Row 3: B. Munson, D. Glassbrenner, C. Thompson. Row 4: A. Zimmerman, R. LeBrun, B. Gallucci, M., McCammon. FALL CLASS OFFICERS FRESHMAN Franl-:lin's newest class, the class of 1967, elected a fine cabinet to lead them through their first year. President Steve Smith and his hard-working of- ficers spent much of the fall term planning class activities including the "After Game Huddle"g later in the school year the Freshman Class sold spirit tags for the Washington game. SOPHOMORE After their election, the first activity of the Fall Sophomore Class Cabinet was the successful promotion of the sale of their class cards. President Steve Lewis and his able cabinet sold spirit tags and sponsored an after-game dance during Fran.klin's football sea- son. JUNIOR Under the leadership of the Fall Jun- ior Class Cabinet, the class of 1965, began the school year with several successful activities. With the foot- ball season in full swing, the Junior Class sponsored a tag sale for the Cleveland game, they also presented "The Absolute End," an after-game dance. SPRING CLASS OFFICERS EXECUTIVE CABINET The Executive Cabinet, an organiza- tion vital to F1-anklin's form of stu- dent government, is representative of each group at Franklin. Under the leadership of Student Body President Gary Webb. the presidents of each class and major organizations meet with Mr. Mitchell to discuss the var- ious aspects of student government and plan the activities sponsored by Executive Cabinet. SOPHOMORE The Sophomore Class officers, Lmder the leadership of President Alan Wool- folk, led the Class of 1966 through a successful spring term, One of the cabinet's major activities was plan- ning and presenting the annual Soph- omore Talent Show. JUNIOR President Chris Schulman, the first girl elected to this office by the class of 1965, led the Junior Class through a successful spring term. The Junior Class Cabinet sponsored several spring activities, including "Moonlight and Roses, " the annual Junior Prom. B 1, if 2 The Executive Cabinet, under the leadership of Student Body President Gary Webb, works dili- gently to ,plan student government activities. Row 1: A, Woolfolk, Pres., S. Hanna, Vice Pres.3 M. Beltz, Sec. Row 2: K. Bacon, J. 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Linda Alband Kris Anderson Mary Bacon Diana Bear Diana Biggs Carol Bradshaw Theresea Alb ano Wayne Anderson Steven Baer Marsha Bell Duane Bigoni Judy Gay Alber Johanna Andrew Kathy Bailey Steve Bell Janice Bishop Gre g Brandenburg Bray CLASS of 1966 207 Al Alexander Art Andrews Dolores Ball Barbara Bellard Cheryl Blackman Linda Brehm Kris Alfsen Linda Annas Adrian Bamford Mary Ann Beltz Gre g Blalock Terri Bre nner Julie Alsman Chance Arasmith Marie Barber Ron Benj am in Steve Bodem an Ron Bronle ewe Geraldine Allen Linda Annas Skip Barnes Janice Bennett Byron Bond Gerold Brosnan Byron Brown Don Bunl-ce Bob Carne s Richard Che gwidden Mary Collins Carolyn Crockett Sandy Davis Connie Brown Diane Burcar Dan Carpente Cindy Childers Sandra Comella Dick Crosby Sharon Davis 3. Pam Rich Brown Brown Bobbie Sally Bn-Ch Burke Herbert Angel Carter Casciato Kare n Rita Chr istianson Christm an Marlene Diane Compton Connell Judy Bill Crote au Crown Virginia Roger Davis Davidson Rollyn Vicki Charles Brown Brown Brockway Jill Carol Shirley Burnett Byer Cain Steve Mel Donna Catt Cavin Chambers CLA S S of 1 966 Jim Par John Clark Clark Clements Ron Antoine Nancy Corno Cotton Cox Earl Bob Linda Curtis Dahlgren Dalrymple jim Larry Donna Day Dayton Dearing Kathy Alan Bruno Bufton Richard Wayne Candland Carlson Janice Eile en Chammess Charloe Ric k Carol Clyde Cochran joe Carol Cram Crites Susan Brian Darling Davis Marji Del DeBuse Dedmore 3 V ffasfalf ia? ' ii 1, wa ,im -H1-is iiiolia Donna Bufton Linda Carnemolla Loren Ch arlton Bill Coile Cheryl Crocker Elmer D avis Ed Deuchar fsl w-l s ri . , , 6 i i-5 Q in LZ 208 -:ga ,-Lf, , - . bs- Lm in. L .-,, :af-iz ' ' r 33 - - K at ,j , .asa .,,. 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'psy . we Jim Aalberg Margaret Anderson Ralph Baker Carmen Bateman Craig Bennett Brodie Birch Chris Bowley ,,.... ., vastly f 1 iff, ' Steve Adams Steve Annas Linda Bales Janet Baty Susie Benson Gloria Bjellard Donna Boyd , ' Xe 'if I in , S A. - nn is drr 1 X-i' ' I .., . f :V W 1 af eeee ' 1 -1 ' ' if i' . 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" .sswilgif i Zi A INDEX No endeavor is in vaing Its reward is in the doing, And the rapture of pursuing Is the prize the vanquished gain. I-L W. LONGFELLOW Aalberg, Bill 66, 89, 207 Aalberg, Jim 216 Acton, John 197, 207 Adams, Linda 114, 164 Adams, Ronald 164 Adams, Steve 67, 216 Adams, Vicki 122, 207 Akers, Suzan 198 Alband, David 216 Alband, Linda 155, 207 Albano, Cathy 216 Albano, Theresa 207 Alber, Gay 207 Albrecht, Gene 198 Alcorn, Barbara 216 Alcorn, Harold 198 Alderson, Laurie 198 Alexander, A1 207 Alexander, Emmabelle 198 Alexander, Ron 101, 216 Alf, Steve 144, 164 Alfsen, Kris 207 Alfsen, Linda 198 Allaert, Marcelle 216 Allbaugh, Howard 216 Allen, Connie 198 Allen, Geraldine 207 Allen, Kathy 207 Allenbrand, Jim 68, 154 Allin Cathie 117, 198 Allin, Victoria 198 Alsman, Julie 115, 207 Ambrosius, Ruth 164 Amey, Ronald 124, 198 Amos, Linda 207 Amos, Mike 146, 164 Amos, Patrick 216 Anacker, Rainer 216 Anderson, Barbara 207 Anderson, Cheri 164 Anderson, Christine 150, 164 Anderson, Darlene 164 Anderson, Donna 198 Anderson, Jane 124, 138,14O,155,198 Anderson, Jay 147, 148, 157, 164 Anderson, Joyce 50, 125, 140, 149, 164 Anderson, Kristen 207 Anderson, Laurie 138,150,198 Anderson, Lydia 216 Anderson, Margaret 216 Anderson, Sandy 198 Anderson, Wayne 140, 207 Atkinson, Sheridan 40, 63, 83,104, 142, l43,147,162,164 Auborn, Julie 50, 122, 216 Auborn, Susan 115, 142, 162,164 Aurand, Linda Lu 64, 114, 127, 138, 198 Austin, Robin 114, 216 Austin, Steven 66, 89, 207 Avery, Luther 17, 83, 100, 132,164, 192 Avery, Mike 198 Azorr, Janice 117, 207 Babikoff, Gary 123, 198 Babikoff, Ronnie 216 Bacon, Kathleen 124, 197, 207 Bacon, Mary 207 Bacon, Melinda 198 Bacon, Stephen 216 Baer, Steven 122, 207 Bailey, Kathy 207 Baker, Dean 164 Baker, Ralph 216 Baker, Suzan 164 Baldwin, Victor 198 Bales, Linda 216 Bales, Roberta Ball, Cheri 164 Ball, Dolores 124, 136, 207 Ball, Kenneth 216 Ball, Susan Ballard, Cindy 198 Bamford, Adrian 207 Barbar, Marie 207 Barbar, Ron 35, 67, 101, 164 Barnes, Barne s, Barne s, Barne s, Barnett, Barnett, Barnett, Christopher 207 Neil 68, 157, 198 Pam 216 Randy 151, 207 Bernice 216 Melanie 216 Pam 124, 198 Barr, Diane 124, 207 Barrett, Barrett, Barrett, Karen 165 Lon 216 Sandra 124, 165 Barroetabina, Jo 207 Barteaux, Nadina198 Bartel, Sheryl 117 Bateman, Carmen 216 Bateman, Roycella 22, 114, 1 Battin, Susie 198 17, 165 Andrew Johnna 117 207 Anal-ewi, Art 86, 101,, 115, 148, 207 Androschuk, Shirley 216 AnDyke, Linda 114, 198 Annas, Linda 114, 115 Annas, Steve 115, 216 Anspach, Chris 198 Anstine, James 63, 56, 115, 124, 164 Anstine, Jean 198 Arasmith, Chance 136, 207 Arasmith, Clark 164 Arcouette, Laure 164 Armes, William 216 Aronson, Robert 67, 115, 216 Aronson, Steve 164 Arpin, Laura 164 Arruda, Sherie 198 Arruda, Steve 216 Ashenbrenner, Stan 164 Ashenbrenner, Vounel 207 Ashpole, Doug 164 Atkinson, Becky 216 Baty, Janet 216 Baucom, Cathleen 114, 216 Baucom, Diana 165 Bauder, Douglas 198 Bauhaus, Chris 130, 158, 165 Bausch, Carole 122, 123, 153, 198 Baxter, Steve 216 Bear, Cheryl 198 Bear, Diana 207 Beard, Leanne 50, 115, 216 Beaver, Larry 216 Beeler, Brad Beigh, Connie 114, 165 Beigh, Henry 70, 198 Beigh, Ron 138, 198 Bell, Dave 198 Bell, Doug 130, 198 Bell, Mark 76, 77, 78, 157, 165, 183 Bell, Marsha 207 Bella, Steve 207 Belland, Barbara 124, 207 228 Belland, Linda 165 Belt, Brian 67, 216 BElt7, Doug 66, 216 Beltz, Maryanne 117, 149, 197,207 Beltz, Nancy 140, 165 Beltz, Susan 115, 124, 125, 138, 140, 149, 153, 156,165 Benjamin, Ron 207 Bennett, Charles Edward 198 Bennett, Charles 216 Bennett, Craig 216 Bennett, Janice 207 Benson, Susan 115, 117, 216 Benton, Nancy 216 Bergstrom, Carol 54, 127, 149,198 Bergsirom, Ron 62, 65, 83, 198 Bergstrom, Tom 114, 216 Bernard, Jan 165 Bernard, Tom 216 Bernunzio, Ann 216 Bernunzio, Martha 165 Berry, Susan 216 Berry, Tom 69, 101, 207 Berube, Dana 216 Berube, Stacy 119, 198 Beswick, Dick 101, 207 Beyer, Sally 207 Biggs, Diana 207 Biggs, Robert 165 Biggs, Trent 157, 198 . Bigoni, Duane 207 Bigoni, Pamela 216 Bilquist, Diane 57, 117,138,153,198 Bingham, Chris 216 Birch, Bonnie 165 Birch, Brodie 67, 87,116, 216 Bishop, Janice 117, 136, 207 Bitg Steve 198 Bjelland, Gloria 216 Black, Brian 62, 104, 165 Black,Haro1d 124, 147, 151, 198 Blackler, Jim 140, 198 Blackman, Chyrl 207 Blalock, Greg 207 Blalock, Sheryl 124,125,165 Blanchard, Mike 165 Blevins, Bill 216 Blevins, Jans198 Blumenschein, Teri 165 Bodeman, Steve 89, 207 Bolder, Phyllis 111, 140,142,144, 162, 165,183 Bolger, Karen 198 Bolger, Mikell 165 Bollinger, Terrie 216 Bond, Byron 207 Bondy, Eddie 216 Bonney, Suzanne 116,117, 198 Bookshnis, Karen 207 Boone, Barbara 216 Boone, Danelle 198 Booth, Gary 216 Border, James Borschowa, Ellen 140, 216 Borschowa, Pete 140, 198 Bottler, Irene 216 Bowe, Mary 150, 155, 207 Bowen, Darrell 66, 119, 207 Bowen, Kathy 198 Bowley, Christopher 216 Boyd, Donna 216 Boyd, Nancy 113, 114,l42,144,162, 165 Bradford, Doug 69,114,122,216 Bradshaw, Carol 115, 149, 196, 207 Bradshaw, Lynne 198 Brakstad, Judith 165 Brandenburg, Judy 207 Brasesco, Margie 216 Brassfield, Vickie 165 Brauckmiller, Diana 216 Brauckmiller, Judy 165 Brauckmiller, Thelma 198 Bray, Greg 207 Brehm, Linda 207 Brenner, Craig 89, 198 Kenner, Terese 207 Brewer, Joyce 198 Briedwell, Dave 198 Briones, Ron 166 Brisack, Kathy 166 Bristow, Ray 67, 87, 216 Britt, Rosemary 216 Britton, Paul 216 Britzius, Daryl 216 Brockway, Charles 207 Brokenshire, Diane 198 Brolliar, Everice 216 Bronleewe, Ron 207 Brooks, Carol 158,198 Brooks, Jim 151 Brosius, Darriel 166 Brosnan, Gerard 66, 100, 207 Brost, Catherine 217 Brotherton, Florence 198 Brotherton, Ken 207 Brown, Bea 150, 198 Brown, Carolyn 124, 125, 198 Brown, Cheryl 217 Burke, Gary 58, 79, 114, 124, 125 166 Burkenbine, Chris 199 Burkenbine, Lynn Burnham, Bill 56, 70, 124, 166 Bush, Mike 67, 105 Byer, Carol 114, 117, 149, 208 Cain, Shirley 124, 126, 208 Caldwell, John 166 Callin, Al 199 Calvert, Brenda 217 Campbell, Linda 217 Campbell, Robert 166 Campbell, Sherry 199 Candiliere, Phil 199 Candland, Richard 89, 208 Canfield, Barbara 217 Cantrell, Carroll 166 Caravity, Carlan 123, 166 Carlough, Dick 115, 217 Carlson, Bob 67, 217 Carlson, Connie 156, 199 Carlson, Harriet 123, 217 Carlson, Judy 124, 199 Carlson, Wayne 208 Carnemolla, Linda 124, 208 Carnes, Bob 86, 208 Carnes, Jim 67, 217 Carpenter, Charles 208 Carpenter, Yvonne 166 Carr, Donna 166 Carr, James 217 Carres, Carrie 124, 125, 166 Carroll, Susan 199 Brown, Connie 208 Brown, Dale 166 Brown, Dean 154, 217 Brown, Dennis 143, 148, 157 Brown, George 140, 153, 217 Brown, Gloria 198 Brown, J. 89, 101, 114 Brown, Kathleen 158, 198 Brown, Pam 55, 208 Brown, Ricky 208 Brown, Robert 198 Brown, Roberta 198 Brown, Rollyn 208 Brown, Ruth 166 Brown, Wallace 198 Brown, Walter 217 Bruner, Marilyn 217 Bruno, Kathy 208 Buckley, Coleen 217 Buechler, Connie 198 Bufton, Alan 89, 208 Bufton, Donna 208 Bufton, Jerry 124, 151, 199 Bufton., Kenny 217 Bufton, Lois 166 Bufton, Mike 124 Buker, Gordon 217 Bullis, Terrie 216 Carter, Herbert 208 Carter, Janiece 217 Carter, Mark 208 Cary, Cheryl 199 Casciato, Angela 197, 208 Casciato, Lin 89, 93,104,199 Casciato, Yvonne 217 Castellano, Anna 199 Catt, Steve 208 Cavagna, JoAnn 166, 156 Cave, Maureen 166 Cavin, Eddie 199 Cavin, Melvin 114, 208 Cejalvo, Ben 67, 217 Centers, Sarah 217 Cettina, Gigi 114, 166 Chalker, Jane 117, 199 Chamberlain, David 217 Chamberlain, Ron 166 Chamberlin, Carole 122,150,217 Chamerlin Neal 199 2 . Chambers, Donna 114, 124, 208 Chambers, Robert 166 Chambers, Yvonne 166 Chamness, Janice 208 Chamness, Ron 63, 199 Chapman, Richard 138, 166 Bunker, Suzanne 217 Bunnell, Al 68, 89, 100, 166 Btmnell, Eileene 199 Burcar, Diane 19, 124, 125, 208 Burch, Bobbie 115, 208 Burdick, Cindy 166 Burgard, Don 67, 87, 217 Burgard, Paul 217 Burgett, Jill 124, 125, 208 Burgy, Rodney 217 Burke, Don 140, 208 Charles, Karen 130, 142, 144, 162, 16 Charles, Sheryl 217 Charleton, L, 138 Chegwidden, Richard 208 Cheney, Clifford 199 Chenoweth, Tom 199 Childers, Cindy 208 Chinn, Herbert 199 Chinn, Pam 217 Chinn, Will 208 Christensen, Diane 167 229 7 Christensen, Marty 217 Christenson, Ron 130,136,167 Christianson, Karen 208 Christman, Rita 208 Churchill, George 167 Cianni, Lynn 167 Cisco, Robert 199 Clark, Jim 208 Clark, Keith 199 Clark, Mark 62, 199 Clark, Megan 217 Clark, Pat 136, 208 Clements, John 106, 115, 196, 208 Cline, Donna 217 Clow, Brian 68,199 Clyde, Rick 208 Cochran, Carol 208 Coffey, Janis 117, 217 Coila, William 69, 101, 208 Cole, Keith 167 Coleman, Dennis 167 Coles, Darlene 199 Collier, Kathleen Collins, Mary 136, 208 Collins, Vern 217 Combs, Susan 199 Comeau, Mike 167 Comella, Sandra 154, 208 Commers, Bill 89, 217 Commers, Dorthy 217 Compton, Bev 199 Compton, Marlene 208 Conlee, Marcia 115, 138,154,199 Conley, Loretta 167 Connell, Diane 208 Constantin, Richard 217 Conyne, Greg 199 Cook, Ernie 67, 217 Cook, John Coomes, Virgil 167 Cooney, Frank 70 Coons, James 119, 217 Coonse, Judith Copenhaver, Randy 217 Coppernoll, Laura 217 Cordi, Don 114, 130 Corno, Ron 66, 93, 114,208 Costanzo, Dianne 197 Cotton, Antoine 66, 208 Cotton, Jacques 167 Couture, Paul Covault, JoAnn 167 Coventry, Sherman 122 Cox, Nancy 208 Cozad, Rick 66, 208 Cozad, Sherry 217 Cran, Joe 138, 208 Craven, E. 124 Crawford, Kenneth 217 Crawford, Richard Creager, James 167 Creager, Nancy 73,114,167 Crewse, Peg 124, 149, 167 Criswell, Gary 167 Crites, Carol 208 Crockett, Carolyn 122,123,208 Crockett, Doreen 132,167 Croft, Cheryl 142, 144, 149, 162, 16 Croft, Eddie 67, 87, 101, 217 Croft, James 217 Crosby, Cherri 114, 217 Crosby, Dick 208 Crosby, Nancy 138 Croteau, Judy 208 7 crown, Bill 208 Crowther, Bev 124, 142, 153, 156, 162, 167 Cruikshank, Curt 140, 208 Cruikshank, Deniece 208 Cuhn, L, 138 Curtis, Earl 208 Dahlgren, Larry 167 Dahlgren, Robert 208 Dalrymple, Linda 208 Dambach, Janet 217 Daniels, Jim 167 Darby, Marilynn 117, 138, 149, 199 Darby, Sandra 217 Darling, Susan 208 David, Dolores 199 David, Pat 217 Davidson, William 208 Davies, Terri 199 Davis, Audrey 136, 167,183 Davis, Bob 199 Davis, Brian 148, 208 Davis, Elmer 86, 105, 208 Davis, Gail 167 Davis, George 67, 101, 217 Davis, Gloria 167 Davis, Mike 101, 217 Davis, Michael 217 Davis, Nancy 140, 196, 217 Davis, Richard 67, 217 Davis, Rick 136, 168 Davis, Sandy 208 Davis, Sharon 208 Davis, Steve 138, 168 Day, James 122, 123 Dearing, Donna 208 Deary, Ron 115. 199 DeBuse, Kerry 127, 136, 146, 168, DeBuse, Marji 114, 149, 208 Decker, David 62, 199 Dedmore, Delbert 208 DeDonato, Nancy 124, 199 Deems, Debbie 199 Deems, Gary 52, 106, 114, 142, 145 162 DeFir, Charles 218 Defir, D. 148 DeGear, Bill 124, 132, 168 DeLacy, William 199 Delaney, Don 122, 123, 218 Delaney, Ron 67, 87, 106, 168 Dempster, Margaret 199 Dennis, Kathy Depue, Yvonne 199 Deuchar, Ed 208 DeVeiteo, John 199 Dezell, Karen 124, 199 Dickson, Linda 218 Dickson, Margie 218 Didier, Pat 218 Dietz, Kathy 209 Dignan, Diane 154, 199 Dillon Arelia 168 i Dillon, Mike 199 Dinnocenzo, Dianne 168 Dirks, Dennis 199 Discasey, John 209 Dixon, Dean 209 Dobbie, Shirley 122, 125, Dobry, Janet 124, 209 Dockstader, Michelle 218 Dodson, Cliff 199 209 183 , 146 Dolan, Daniel 101, 199 Dollowitch, Mary 168 Dollowitch, Robert 218 Doty, Melvin 209 Douglas, Jackie 218 Dowler, Susan 218 Doyle, Gary 89, 218 Doyle, Ron 209 Drais, Greg 66, 89, 101, 209 Drais, Mike 40, 56, 63, 89,100,142, 143, 145, 146, 163, 168 Drake, Jan 218 Drake, Joyce 132, 168 Drake, Judy 122, 218 Draper, Bonnie 218 Dreith, Gary 138 Drenner, Judy 199 Druek, Carolin 199 Duddington, Chris 199 Duddington, Sonja 209 Dugan, Harriet 168 Duhrkoop, Bob 67, 105, 114, 218 Duhrkoop, Dave 101, 151, 199 Duke, Vicki 124, 209 Dumas, Dorothy 209 Dumas, Joanne 132, 199 Duncan, Susie 199 Dunk, Linda 218 Dunlop, Lois 122, 152, 168 Dunlop, Louise 114, 122, 142, 144, 152, 162, 168 Dunn, Lynda 168 Durant, Joyce 124, l50,152, 158,168 Durgan, Terry 168 Durland, Susan 209 Durr, Bill 218 Durr, Carol 156, 199 Duvall, Carrol 218 Dyer, Dyann 124, 209 Eakin, Diana 218 Earnest Bob 157, 199 Earnest, Ron 67, 89, 101, 218 Easter, Jim 218 Eastman, Cindy 200 Eaton, Nancy 73, 117, 149, 168 Eaton, Patti 209 Ebi, Claudette 64, 127, 140, 142, 144, 162, 168 Eby, Lamar 200 Eckert, Alana 123, 209 Edeline, John 140, 209 Edeline, Robert 200 Edgar, Diana 124, 126, 209 Edgar, Donna 200 Edwards, Charleen Edwards, Jack 115, 209 Edwards, Twyla 22, 114, 152, 200 Eichstadt, Nancy 200 Eide, Barbara 209 Elder, Larry 124, 167 Elder, Pat 63, 150, 168 Eldredge, Emilie 132, 168 Eliot, Pam 218 Ellis, Alona 117, 200 Ellis, Sparky 218 Ellis, Tom 123, 148,153,169 Elmore, Kay 218 Elmore, Richard 100, 123, 149, 157, 169 Else, Mike 70, 89, 218 Emra, Jerry 104, 123, 200 Enfield, Carolyn 200 Engel, Cheryl 156, 200 Engstrom, Carol 138, 158, 169 Engstrom, Jacqueline 169 Engstrom, Sandy 14 Equall, Janet 140, 200 Equall, Steve 13 7, 115, 140, 159 Erickson, Gary 123, 209 Estes, Marty 200 Estes, Mike 209 Eubanks, Len 200 Evans, Dan 87, 218 Evans, David Evans, Denis 105, 200 Evans, Ray 140 Evans, Sandy 136, 200 Evans, Shirley 200 Ewers, Jim 209 Ewers, Susan 218 Fadness, Juelette 218 Falaschetti, Luana 115, 200 Fantz, Roger 157 Farah, Norma 218 Farber, Dennis 68, 100, 114, 147, 151, 200 Faris, Elias 200 Faris, Norman 200 Farmer, Darral 122, 200 Farr, Linda 200 Fast, Barbara 147, 169 Faulhaber, Fred 169 Faulhaber, Judy 115, 200 Faulhaber, Michael 209 Faulhaber, Ron 218 Fazzolari, Samuel 218 Federici, Alan 101, 112, 196, 218 Federici, Janet 117, 123, 200 Feeback, Linda 218 Ferretti, Donald 89, 218 Fieger, Sharon 169 Field, Gary 42, 114, 122, 123, 146, 169, 183 Fields, Eleanor 124, 138, 209 Finnell, Jim 218 Finney, Fat 156, 169 Fish, Alice 209 Fish, Kathy 218 Fisk, Elizabeth 218 Fitzgerald, Dan 209 Fitzgerald, Pat 209 Fitzgerald, Sharon 200 Fitzgerald, Susan 209 Fitzhugh, Ves 209, 101 Fleming, Wendell 209 Florea, Chris 132, 169 Florey, Gary 169 Ellenwood, Vicki 114, 218 Ellingson, Terry 200 Ellingson, Carol 168 Ellingson, Richard 169 Ellingson, Ruth 113, 124, 149, 153, 169 Elliot, Debra 218 Euiorr, Donna 218 Elliott, Elaine 218 1-311i6f1, Linda 117, 209 E111611, Pat 123, 218 230 Floyd, Kathy 124, 142, 149, 162, 169 Fluharty, Jean 209 Foeller, Susan Foltz, Donna 124, 140, 169 Fontana, Janette' 218 Fontana, Louis 200 Forbes, Claudia 200 Forbes, Jon 209 200 Ford, Ethel 169 Ford, Ken 200 Forrest, Stanley Foss, Myron 218 Fossati, Dale 67, 218 Foster, Gloria 218 Foster, Naomi 200 Fosterman, Bill 200 Fosterman, Roberta 218 Fowler, Charlotte 56, 169 Fowler, John 200 Fowler, Wanda 124, 209 Frantila, Richard 218 Frie, Susan 218 Friesen, Marsha 209 Frison, Joan 218 Frohwerk, Robert 70, 154, 209 Frustaci, Frank 209 Fuglee, Ken 122, 200 Fuhrman, Betty 218 Fuhrman, John 169 Fuhrman, Rosemary 200 Fuman, Carol 218 Furth, Linda 218 Furth, Sally 200 Gabner, Mike 62, 200 Gage, Dick 200 Gage, Joyce 209 Gagnier, Caroll 218 Gainer, James 122, 209 Gallaher, Joan 132, 200 Gallant, Bonnie 200 Gallino, Larry 209 Gallino, Sandy 218 Gallucci Bob 63 64 65114143 196 197 ' ' ' ' 3 Gallucci, Don 200 Gallucci, Mike 87, 101, 218 Gander, Bill 122, 123, 209 Garland, Donna 200 Garner, Carol 209 Garvin, David 123, 209 Gatto, Joe 104, 200 Gehring, Janis 200 Gemma, Louann 155, 200 George, Diane 200 George, Duane 200 George, Richard 140, 209 Georges, Najela 138, 169 Geraci, Karen 218 Geren, John 209 Geren, Mary 200 Gerold, Iris 218 Gerold, Richard 200 Getchell, Dave 140, 209 Ghramm, Judy 200 Ghramm, Steve 218 Giannetti, Denise 200 Giannetti, Edward 67, 218 Giarmone, Teresa 200 Gibson, Rick 218 Gigliotti, Sherrill 169 Gilbert, Charlotte 209 Gilbert, Steve 123, 147, 151, 152, Gilbert, Virginia 123, 153, 169 Gillen, Kathy 209 Gilpin, Darlyne 218 Gimbol, Steve 67, 87, 101, 114, 196 Gipple, Jerry 209 Girvan, Larry 169 Girvan, Tom 89, 218 Giunta, Barbara 218 Glashrenner, Diane 138, 149, 196, 200 Gleim, Janet 114, 169 Glenn, William 200 Glover, Sandra 219 Glover, Susan 150, 200, 218 Godsey, Christina 218 Godsey, James 170 Goetsch, Della 170 Goetz, Gloria 218 Goldsby, Gail 218 Goodale, Joe 62, 65, 86, 104, V 119, 209 Goodwin, Debbie 218 Gorsline, Lloyd 200 Goska, Mary 170 Goss, Jerry 218 Gourley, Kitty 73, 130, 200 Grabner, Linda 209 Grace, Willie 101, 115, 219 Graham, Dan 123, 209 Graham, Jeff 53, 56,62, 83,l04, 113, 118, 170 Graham, Steve 58, 114, 170 Graham, Sylvan 119, 123, 200 Granato, Gai 117, 210 Grandy, LoRayne 124, 209 Grauer, Nancy 122,123,l53, 200 Gray, John 67, 89, 219 Gray, Rodney 219 Green, Carolyn 130, 137, 149, 170 Green, Dan 83, 115, 200, 124 Green, Karen 219 Green, Robbi 124, 125, 209 Greenlee, Marilyn 209 Greer, Chris 219 Greer, Margaret 124, 200 Greiner, Joe 170 Grellert, Eileen 197, 200 Grenawalt, Don 200 Grendahl, Laron 170 Gresham, Edward 170 Griffin, Alan 63, 100, 146, 170 Griffin, Clark 66, 86, 101, 209 Griggs, David 151, 200 Griggs, Vicki 219 Grill, Theresia 219 Grimes, Lela 115, 200 Grimes, Ray 170 Grisanti, Gary 147, 209 Grisanti, Nikki l30,142,144, 154, 155, 162, 170 Gross, Christine 210 Gulliford, Arlan 70, 200 Gulliford, Shirley 219 Gunderson, Glenda 138, 149, 200 Gustafson, Alona 200 Gustafson, Morley 154, 210 Guthrie, Jorja 6, 137, 142, 144, 149, 170,183 Guy, Connie 117, 219 Haapala, Dan 78, 79, 123, 210 Hagen, Martin 210 Haggerty, Jim 170 Hagstrom, Kathy 210 Hahn, Carol 79, 115, 124,170 Haines, Harold 67, 89, 101, 219 Haines, Ralph 170 Hakkinen, Karen 122, 140,170 Hall, A'nan.n 219 Hall, David 122, 200 Hall, Doug 210 231 Hall, Jim 200 Hall, Marilyn 210 Hall, Ron Hall, Wen Halvorson, Halvorson, Hamilton, Hamilton, 200 Hamilton, 219 dell 200 Pat Paula 114, 115, 200 Janice 125, 200 Linde 124, 149, 153, 154, Rod 219 Haney, Delbert 219 Haney, Donna 170 Hanlin Barbara 117, 124, 125, 149, 153,170 Hanna, Sam 86, 105, 114, 197, 210 Hansen, Diana 219 Hansen, Donnella 124, 170 Hansen, Keith 70, 87, 101, 219 Hanson, Barbara 124, 210 Hanson, Valerie 170 Harb, Sam 140, 210 Harden, Larry 170 Harding, Ellen 200 Harding, Glenn 67, 89, 105 Hardy, Francine 124, 201 Hardy, Lucille 124, 236, 210 Hardy, Mary 171 Hargreaves, Gilbert 154 Hargreaves, Tilzer 124, 201 Harmon, Donna 219 Harmon, Sharon 171, 219 Harp, Judy 201 Harrell, Connie 171 Harris, Connie 116, 117, 219 Harris, Gilbert 219 Harris, Jackie 219 Harris, Judy 219 Harris, Lisa 136, 140, 171 Harris, Phyllis 116, 117, 201 Harris, Sue 201 Harrison, Clifton 210 Harrison, Ralph 219 Harrison, Rex 124, 201 Hatch, Joellen 124, 125, 210 Hatch, Rod 201 Hatfield, Peggy 124, 149, 153, 154, Haughton, Mason 68, 100, 143, 201 Haverkamp, Kathi 117, 171 Hawkins, Geraldine 171 Hawkins, Joanne 122, 171 Hawkins, Virginia 149, 171 Hawthorne, Steve 66, 86,104,210 Hay, Robert 101, 115, 210 Hayes, Bob 171 Hayes, Ronald 201 Hays, Cheryl 210 Hays, Dennis 151, 201 Hayzlet, Kathy 219 Hearsum, Janet 201 Heath, Stan 87, 122, 219 Heerlein, Don 122, 210 Heiman, Jim 86, 210 Heine, Darrell 219 Heisler, Mary 201 Heitz, Tim 210 Hempel, Richard 201 Henarie, Bob 67, 87, 115, 219 Henarie, Mary 138, 149, 201 201 Henderson, Gordon 111, 115, 118, 127, 148, 149, 154, 157, 201 Hendricks, Larry 100, 124, 150, 171 Hendrickson, Nikey 101, 210 Henriksen, Marla 210 lsa dOr e, Henry, Dick 86, 123, 210 Henry, Gail 219 Herbst, Barbara 171 Herget, Barbara 130, 201 Herrmann, Donna 171 Herrmann, Eric 171 Herzig, Gordon 201 Herzig, Pam 115, 136, 171 Hesson, Dave 104. 119, 201 Hick, Darwin 201 Hickerson, Fred 219 Hickman, Charles 123, 201 Hicks, Don 67, 87, 105, 219 Hicks, Kathie 210 Higgins, Kathy 210 Higgins, Stan Hill, Bob 70, 89, 201 Hill, Dan 136, 171 Hill, Dean 136, 219 Hill, Franklin 219 Hill, Linda 219 Hill, Shelley 201 Hillard, Ted 89, 201 Hiller, Terry 148, 210 Hillesland, Gordon 119,12, 201 Hillman, Barbara 201 Hilsenteger, Bob 201 Himes, Randie 124, 201 Hines, Jackie 114, 219 Hiromura, Pat 210 Hiromura, Ron 124, 147, 154,201 Hirsch, Fredrick 171 Hirsch, Phyllis 21 Hockett, Claudia 124, 125, 171 Hoddevik, Jeanne 114, l15,117, 171, 64,127,183 Hoelzer, Carlene 201 Hoelzer, Norm 171 Hoenie, Jim 106, 122, 201 Hofer, Bruce 148, 210 Hoffinger, Rick 219 Hogeland, Marlo 201 Holbrook, JeanaLol1a Holbrook, Julie 201 Holbrook, Pam 171 Hollingsworth, Linda 219 Holmes, Ginger 1l'7, 136, 149, 171 Holstrom, Ken 66, 86, 210 Hook, Kathy 114, 140, 156, 201 Hooker, Marydith 111, 124, 125, 171, 183 Hoover, Ron 89, 148, 210 Hopkins, Charles 66, 210 Hopkins, Nancy 201 Hopkins, Pam 201 Hopple, Ann 210 Horton, Tim 210 Hoskin, Gene 210 Hoss, Kristine 149, 171 Houser, Linda 219 Hovanic, Pamela 138, 171 Hovey, Roy 150, 201 Howard, Allen 154, 219 Howard, Bob 151, 210 Howard, Doug 130, 145, 142, 147, 151, 162,171 Howard, Mary 114, 201 Howell, Alan 69, 219 Howell, Dean 62, 124, 201 Howell, Gordon 122, 172 Hubbard, Robert 70, 143, 152, 210 Huber, John 210 Huck, Carol 117, 210 Huddleston, Alice 219 Hudson, Sheila 114, 201 Hughes, Gary 219 Hughes, Mike 219 Huie, Beverly 219 Hultgren, Gibb 201 Humble, Judy 115, 210 Hummel, Eric 219 Hunt, David 172 Hunter, Joe 172 Hurd, Dave 67, 101, 219 Hurley, Art 172 Huss, Bruce 210 Hyland, Carolyn 1 72 lmfeld, Heidi 117, 219 Iredale, Alice 219 Isaacs, Penny 114, 115, 201 Itam i, Gloria 114, 201 Jones, Allen 66, 140, 210 Jones, Alton 89, 220 Jones, Diane 115, 210 Jones, Dick 201 Jones, Floyd 220 . Jones, Janet 220 Jones, Jim 210 Jones, Lael 124, 210 Jones, Norma 201 Jones, Mark 89, 201 Jones, Jone s, MaryAnne 201 Pam 142, 149, 162, 172 Jones, Randy 66, 210 Jones, Virginia 123, 201 Jones, William 220 Jordan Wenda 136 Jossy, Jim 104, 172 Gary 210 Iyiideuin, Edward 70, 201 Jachetta, MaryAnn 114, 201 Jackson, Doreen 116, 117, 172 Jackson, Judy Jackson, Shelly 219 Jacob, Judy 172 Jacobsen, Geanne 136, 210 Jacobsen, Larry 172 Jacobsen, Terry 67, 105, 220 James, John 172 James, Lura 201 Jarrett, Carol 140, 172 Jarrett, Ron 220 Jarvis, Johnny 201 Jensen, Barbara 115, 210 Jensen, Beth 149, 210 Jensen, Christine 196, 220 Jensen, Steve 196, 154, 210 Jenson, Allan 172 Jeppeson, Jean 201 Jernburg, Arlene 114, 142, 150, 162, 172 Jeske, Steven 147, 151, 154, 201 Jewell, Candace 123, 153, 201 Jewell, Dick 101, 210 Jewell, Susan 115, 220 Jinnings, Gene 172 Jirschele, Carman 220 Jirschele, Connie 201 Jung, Shirley 220 Juul, Jodi 114, 117, 210 Kaech, Carol 201 Kahn, Diana 202 Kalb, Judy 142, 163, 172 Kanas, Steve 196, 210 Karley, L. 156 Karr, Sandie 220 Kashuba, Ed 172 Kashuba, Pete 202 Kasparek, Diane 117, 197, 202 Kasprowicz, George 123, 202 Kehret, Bonnie 220 Keiser, Clair 172 Keister, Ann 220 Keller, Rick 210 Keller, William 202 Kelley, Bob 119, 130, 172 Kelly, Kathy 115, 210 Kelly, Sharon 210 Keltner, Virginia 220 Kennedy, Mary 117, 136, 149, 152, 158, 172 Kennedy, Pat 138, 155, 202 Kenny, Thomas 114, 173 Kenyon, Linda 210 Kephart, Bill 67, 220 Kephart, Cathy 202 Kercher, Hollie 114, 173 Kerr, Jeff 202 Johnson, Dale 210 Johnson, Don 124 Johnson, George 201 Johnson, Hugh 220 Johnson, Jay 68, 76, 78, l13,119, 149, 148 150, 157, 172 Johnson, Jennifer 220 Johnson, Jon 63, 172 Johnson, Kathleen 210 Johnson, Larada Johnson., Lauren 89, 115, 201 Johnson, Leon 201 Johnson, Linda 201 Johnson, Lois 122, 220 Johnson, Mary 122, 210 Johnson, Michael 69, 220, 101 Johnson, Mike 100, 201 Johnson, Mike 119, 201 Johnson, Rick 172 Johnson, Rick 210 Johnson, Rita 220 Johnson, VeAnne 201 Johnston, Guy 220 Johnston, Richard 210 Johnston, Vicki 196, 210 Jolliffe, David 140, 210 232 Keser, MaryLou 115, 142, 144, 162, Keup, Karon 115, 173 Khazoom, Nohad 72, 117, 128, 129, 149 173 Kibe, Gary 202 Kibe, suede 115, 220 Kidd, Bonnie 117, 210 Kidd, Linde 173 Kidwiler, Doug 63, 104, 202 Kidwiler, Linda 124, 125, 210 Killduff, Larry 202 Kimball, Jean 130, 138, 173 Kincaid, John 100, 143, 212 King, King, Lowell 122, 202 Sandra 173 Kinsey, Donna 220 Kirigin, Christine 210 Kirigin, Marilyn 58, 59,173,183 Kletzel, Jack 210 Kline, Carol 124, 173 Kline, Kathy 210 Knapp, Carlene 132, 202 Knapp, Mel 173 Knapp, Mike 132, 173 Knight, Mija 220 Knox, Leanna 220 Libk e, Knudsen, Gerald 220 Knutson, Jim 115, 196, 211 Koch, Marcia 211 Koegel, Barbara 124, 211 Koenig, Marc 68, 202 Kolb, Kevin 114, 211 Kolb. Larry 66, 86, 211 Kolb, Steve 173 Konetsky, Chris 211 Koontz, Jack 66, 202 Koseniensky, Gary Koskela, Eric 211 Koskela, Teri 117, 173 Koslowski, Raymond 220 Kraley, Linda 202 Krall, Richard 173 Kramer, Gary 62, 173 Kreiling, Karin 124, l25,153,1 202 Kreltler, James 70, 202 Krettler, Tom 70, 89, 220 Krigbaum, Sandra 202 Kristensen, John 173 Kristensen, Marguerite 211 Krueger, Karl 211 Krueger, Sharon 117, 220 Kruger, Cliff 122, 220 Krupp, Judy 202 Kuhnhousen, Nancy 173 Kurkinen, Steven 202 Kushner, Mary 117, 220 56, Leekine, Don 220 Lehmann, John 89, 220 Lehman, Ken Lehmann, Susan 220 Lehr, Sharon 211 Leitheiser, Kathi 202 Lemke, Brian 174 Lengvenis, Patricia 202 Lenington, Laura 211 Lenington, Sue 202 Lenington, T. 140 Lenny, Pamela 155, 202 Leser, Chris 202 Lesina, John 211 Leslie, Marcia 122, 155, Lever, Joe 66, 122, 211 Levington, Laura 211 Levisee, Jerry 202 Lewis, Clark 63, 89, 202 Lyman, Bill 63, 174 Lyon, Linda 211 Lyseng, Donna 57, 117, 138, 174 Lytle, Deanna 124, 211 MacDaniels, John 202 MacKenzie, Colin 70, 220 Mahler, Lora 202 Marconi, Ralph 104, 202 Marconi, Vicki 211 Margeta, Jerry 220 Markiw, Eva 211 Markwart, Gary 211 Marl, Donna 202 Marler, Sherry 156, 202 Marlin, Carol 211 Marrs, Mike 202 Marsh, David 89, 220 Marsh, Larry 202 Lewis, Dennis 174 Lewis, Larry 119, 174 Lewis, Myrna 220 Lewis, Patricia Jean 220 Lewis, Paul 202 Lewis, Paula 122,124,202 Lewis, Phyllis 202 Lewis, Randy 220 Lewis, Richard 122, 211 Lewis, Steven 66, 86, 101, 111, 1 211 Leyva, Roy 220 V1-gn 6, 152, 202 Marshall, Micha el 220 Martell, Martell, Martien, Martin, Martin, Marvin, Matson, Matson, Matson, Matthe s, Matthe s, Ray 140, 211 Steve 202 Sherry 23, 138, 175 Jan 202 Linda 220 Diana 211 Ernie 211 James 175 Joyce 175 Gail 196, 220 Sue 124, 202 Matthews, Bobbi 175 Lindsey, Dana 202 Kyle, Don 211 Kyle, Kathy 202 Kysar, Gene 74, 173 LaBarre. Bill 70. 122,148,152,202 Lahn, Janet 158, 202 Lake, Kenneth 211 Lake, Lewis 173 Lalli, Susan 202 Lamb, Judy 220 Lambert, Bill 202 Landram, Penney 124, 211 Landsberg, Barbara 173 Lang, Kathie 202 Langan, Bob 202 Langan, Janet 173 Langvenis, P. 140 Largan, Bob 220 Larkins, Don 202 Larson, Dale 67, 89, 220 Larson, Donna 138, 173 Larson, Gary 174 Larson, Gary 140, 211 Larson, Judy 93,113,114,12O,174, 183 Larson, Linda 114, 220 Larson, Mark 66, 86, 211 Larson, Terry 202 Laskey, Marcia 124, 123, 202 Lauer, Carl 63, 100, 132, 157, 202 Lauer, Eileen 202 Lauzon, Doug 220 LaVa11a, Connie 211 LaVal1a, Gary 202 Lawrie, Barbara 220 Leach,Jim 211 Lebenzon, Jann 220 LeBron, Ren 63, 196, 202 Lee, Diana 115, 138, 154 Lee, Garry 62,100,202 Lee, Larry 66,122, 211, 202 Lee, Louis 211 Lee, Nancy 1l4,153,156,174 Lee, Sharon 123,115,202 Lieb, Sue 122, 211 Lindemuth, Dave 66,122,123, 220 Lindley, Doug 67, 87, 101, 220 Lindsey, Larry 174 Linenke, Laurie 220 Linfoot, Gae 220 Linn, Linda 220 Matthews, Richard 136,140,175 Matthias, Sandra 202 Mayea, Allen 175 Mayea, Richard 211 Mealey, Terry 114,124, 125, 203 Lipscomb, Bob 115, 118, 120, 146 174 183 Livesay, lienne' 123, 147, 148, 151, 197, 202 Lockyear, Rich 124, 174 Lombard, Jirn 202 Long, Debbie 220 Long, Donald 220 Long, Doug 220 Loop, Ron 174 Lorenzen, Margaret 202 Lorenzini, Jeanette 126, Lorenzini, Yvonne 196, Lorusso, Linda 202 211 202 Lorusso, Sarah 114, 115, 117, 126, 211 Louie, Calvin 101, 220 Louie, Dick 220 Louie, Lanan 211 Louis, Carol 211 Lourwood, Wes 174 Lovlien, Bob 67, 87, 220 Lubeck, Terry 202 , Lucas, Rosemary 174 Luczai, Camie 202 Lueb, Tom 202 Lunde, Joan 124, 156, 202 Lupo, Gene 67, 220 Menzies, Cathy 221 Menzies, Clifford 203 Merriam, Diane 175 Meucci, Sharon 211 Meyer, Peggy 221 Meyer, Rick 203 Meyer, Sharon 175 Meyer, Thomas 221 Michigami, Mike 111, 154, 157, 197, 203 Middelhoven, Willy 117, 203 Mier, Greg 89, 142, 175, 211 Miles, Thomas 203 Miller, Arthur 101 Miller, Bruce 66, 89,122,211 Miller, Jean 221 Miller, Larry 89, 203 Miller, Larry 67, 221 Miller, Lynda 211 123, 149, 153, Lnsheniee, Art 64, 66, 101, 211 Lushenko, Andy 67,89,l15,123,101, 220 Luster, Norma 124, 154, 174 Lutje, Danny 220 Luiz, Jim 174 233 Miller, Mickey 74, 117, 123, 153, 211 Miller, Mike 175 Miller, Paula 117, 203 Miller, T. 140 Miller, Virginia 221 Mills, Mary 115, 149, 203 Minnice, Ron 175 Mirenda, Linda 221 Mirich, Marvin 104, 119, 142, 143, 145, 163,175 Mitchell, Marilyn 115, 211 Mitchell, Sue 132, 203 Moccardine, Larry 211 Moen, Bob 211 Moen, Janet 147, 155, 152,175 Moen, Philip 63, 203 Moen, Roger 119, 203 Moffitt, Moffitt, Mogus, Mog-us, Eric 221 Robert 211 Marilyn 212 Marlene 212 Mole, Larry 67, 221 Monner, Sharon 124, 212 Monroe, Dale 124, 212 Montandon, Victor 221 Monti, Jan 203 Moore, C301 114,131,149, 154, 158, 175 Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Caroline 150, 213 Gerald 67, 140, 221 Joan 203 Larry 67, 87, 221 Mary 156, 203 McCray, Mike 203 McCreadie, Sharon 221 McCul1ock, Mike 211 McDermott, Jim 203 McDermott, Kathy 221 McDonald, Cathy 221 McDonald, Scott 221 McDonnell, Mary 124, 211 McDow, Judy 124, 211 McFa11, Tom 66, 211 McGibbon, Norm 101 McGowan, Margaret 221 McGriff, Doug 174 Mclntosh, Beverly 117, 158, 174 Mclntosh, Phylis 123, 221 McKay, Geraldine 174 McKee Bill 203 Moore, Moore, Moore, Moore, Nancy 150, 175 Nancy 221 Ron 119, 175 Serena 203 Morehous, Marcia 117, 221 Morgan, Morgan, Morgan, Mor gan, Morgan, Doug 66, 89,10l,124, 213 Laural15, 196, 221 Nancy 213 Sandra 114, 221 Sharron 175 Moms, Steve 59, 76, 78,1oo,149, 203 Morrison, Linda 212 Morrison, Melvin 175 McKee? Marcia 132, 203 McKee, Ralph 211 Newell, Jim 221 Newell, Pat 203 Newton, Pat 213 Nichols, Christine 221 Nickerson, Terry 140, 213 Nicola, Michael 203 Nielsen, Kathleen 136, 176 Nielsen, Linda 115, 221 Nieman, Rick 69, 221 Niezgoda, Theresa 176 Nomie, Elias 203 Nomie, Norman 221 Nonne, Nanette 114, 203 Noren, Donna 117, 150, 203 North, Tom 221 Norton, Kellie 176 Norton, Steve 213 Novak, Gordon 221 Novak, Mike 137, 140, 176 Nyberg, James 124, 176 Nye, Carol 213 Nyehart, Chuck 67, 89,101,221 Nylander, Edward 115, 203 Nylander, Phyllis 117, 221 Nyseth, Martin 62, 203 Nyseth, MaryLou 117, 213 O'Brien, Jean 115, 176 Odgers, Barry 176 Mosee, Michael 67, 221 Moshberger, Judy 149, 203 Mowdy, Pat 140, 203 Mowry, Dan 203 Mowry, MaryE1len 213 Moxley, Dean 89, 100, 124, 203 Mueller, Mark 213 Mullen, Lonnie 213 Mullen, Clint 66,213 Mullen, Diana 203 Mullen, Shirley 175 Mullenhoff, Gary 140, 203 Mullins, Jackie 175 Mtunper, Connie l24,l25,149,l53, 175 Munkers, Clifford 203 Munson, Barbara 124, 125,196,203 Munson, Gary 203 Munson, Rich 221 Murdock, Barbara 150, 203 Murdock, Earnest 89, 101 Murdock, Lorene 150, 155 Murphy, Kathy 175 Murphy, Larry 203 MLu'ray, Merlene 213 McAdam, Cathi 220 McAdam, Sandra 114, 174 McAndrews, Vicki 203 McBee, Lee 203 McBroom, Linda 211 McCafferty, Carol 152, 153, 203 McCaffrey, Sharon McCal1ister, Garry 203 McCa1lister, Terry 203 McCamman, John 154, 203 McCamman, Michael 154,196,203 McCann, Kathy 114, 203 McCaskey, Darlene 203 McClain, Marvin 203 McCloud, John l14,130,l49, 203 McC11mg, Anita 203 McCormick, Kelly 104, 203 McCoy, Mike 211 McCoy, Patti 138, 211 McCracken, Carol 174 McKethen, Linda 174 McKin.nis, George 221 McKinnon, Evon 221 McKinnon, Melvin 101, 13, 221 McKown, Kathy 211 McLellarn, Robert 203 McMahon, Joe 174 McNerney, Rick 67, 89, 221 McNerney, Carolyn 117, 149, 174, 183 McNerney, Kathy 57, 116, 117, 131, 136 196 203 McPhersoh, Kon 62, 119, 203 Mcshauw, Nancy 122, 124, 125, 153, 174 McShat.ko, Susie 175, 221 McQuaW, Jennie 136, 211 McQuaw, Larry 211 McQuaw, Linda 203 McQuaw, Pat 211 Nab, Doug 221 Nagle, Rick 66, 101, 149, 213 Nail, Dan 203 Nakata, Mike 69, 87,105, 221 Nakata, Tom 6, 110, 120, 142, 145, 146, 163, 175, 183 Namba, Teresa 221 Nance, Carol 152, 176 Naught, Dennis 83, 176 Neal, Cathy 221 Nease, Pat 221 Neel, Gary 176 Neel, Mike 203 Neel, Vivian 176 Neeland, Connie 136, 203 Neeland, Kathryn 221 Nees, Bob 31, 67, 221 Oesterreicher, Barbara 115, 176 Oesterreicher, Sheila 213 Olenslager, Del 147, 154, 176 Olenslager, Jim 147, 154, 203 Oliver, Cathey 213 Oliverio, A1 122, 176 Oliverio, Lynn 221 Olsen, Unni 117, 176 Olson, Dan 66, 213 Olson, David 213 Olson, Sandra 221 O'Neil1, Opoka, Orazio, Orazio, Orcutt, Orcutt, Oreste, Bruce 203 Larry 203 David 140, 203 Vince 176 Gene 176 Joan 213 Ray 176 Orme, Allyn 6, 50, 113, 115, 142, 145 146, 149, 163, 176, 183 Orme, Terrell 67, 221 Orvis, Linda 176 Oscar, Carolyn 213 Oster, Kathryn 221 Otte son, Otteson, Owings, Oxford, Jean 221 Phyllis 176 Nancy 221 Meredith 213 Neighbours, Phil 124, 203 Neighbours, Vincent 221 Nelson, Barbara 213 Nelson, Fred 101, 221 Nelson, Jody 213 Nelson, Joyce 136 Nelson, Karen 213 Nelson, Linda 124, 125, 213 Nelson, Sharon 212 Nelson, Sylvia 203 Oxman, Larry 70, 123, 213 Paci, Richard 203 Paige, Tom 140, 213 Palmer, Chuck 69, 89, 123, 221 Palmer, Lyle 176 Pancheau, Karen 123, 124, 153, 156, 203 Papasadero, Don 67, 101, 221 Papasadero, JoAnn 204 Nemgar, Marcia 221 Nesmith, Linda 221 Nessling, Patty 21 Neumann, Georgene 203 Newberg, Carole 221 Newbill, Kathleen 176 Newby, Marlo 155, 213 234 Papasadero, Larry 87, 101, 222 Paque, Greg 213 Parker, Judy 150, 122, 222 Parker, Loren 177 Parker, Pam 213 Parker, Richard 138, 150, 204 Parker, Robert 150, 177 Parks, Donald 204 Parmer, Ron 177 Parrent, D'Ann 213 Parrent, Renee' 222 Parrish, Rick 67, 87, 101, 222 Parshall, Ralph 222 Patrick, Ray 204 Patterson, Barbara 136, 213 Patterson, Jimmy 222 Patterson, Larry 177 Paul, Rudie 204 Pavlicek, Bill 177 Pavlicek, Carlene 177 Payne, Diantha Payne, John 124, 213 Payne, Richard 115, 119, 123, 145, 147, 163, 177, 183 Payne, Sharon 204 Payne, Toni 204 Pearce, Tim Pearson, Karen Pederson, Larry 204 Pederson, Sheila 73, 177 1 Peek, sharon 122, 123, 153, 204 Peery, Marie 213 Pelleim, Flora Pellum, Flora Peloquin, Maureen 114, 138, 2 Pement, June 152, 204 Pence, Ladine 222 Perkins, Paul 89, 101, 222 Perrin, Tom 63, 64, 143, 204 Peter, Alfred 124, 125, 213 Peter, Hans 115, 124, 177 Peters, Barbara 222 Peters, Deanna 114, 177 Peters, Ron 123, 153, 213 Peterson, Diane 222 Peterson, Lynette 222 Peterson, Robert Petrarca, Mike 69, 101, 213 Petri, Edith, 150, 155, 177 Petrone, Carolyn 222 Pettengill, Marsha 124, 213 Pettichord, Nancy Pfaender, Bruce 67, 222 1 Pfaender, Dean 122, 124, 153, Phillips, Joyce 222 Phillips, Sue 204 Pierce, Barbara 222 Pierce, Janet 213 Pierce, Karen 136, 204 Pierce, Ken 106, 177 Pierce, Mike 222 Pimentel, Joanne 213 Piro Jerr 204 Y Ping, Albert 204 Pixley, Carol 213 Pliska, Bob 111, 140, 142, 145, 163, 177, 183 Polier, Peggy 177 Polimeni, Steve 222 Polivka, Roger 136, 177 Pollard, Gary 204 Pomeroy, Ron 177 Pool, Mary Anne 177 Poole, James 101, 154, 213 Popp, Jeannette 124, 213 Poppino, Bill 123, 148 Poppino, Marilyn 148 Porter, Becky 177 Ports, Cathy 204 Postlewaite, Doug 101, 222 Poujade, Fred 63,131,143, 204 3 2 42, Poujade, Harold 67, 87,122, 222 Preiss, Diane 131 Prewitt, Paul 222 Prewitt, Sheila 204 Price, Keith 63, 65,124,177 Price, Steve 222 Prier, Carla 204 Priester, Harvey 213 Primiano, Pete 89, 115, 143, 177 Procter, Caralee 177 Proffitt, Cheryl 204 Proffitt, Teresa 204 Prosch, Marilyn 123, 222 Pruett, Dave 222 Prusak, Patti 149, 204 Prusak, Peggy 114, 222 Pryor, Mary 177 Puetz, Dennis 115, 204 Puetz, Richard 222 Pulido, Christina 222 Purdy, Pat 67, 222 Putnam, Rick 86,104,213 Putnam, Vance 67, 87, 222 Querubin, Cheryl 213 Radich, Rita 131,156,177 Ragnone, Toni 213 Rall, Louis 222 Rall, Winston 115, 204 Ralphs, Willa 222 Ramb, Robert 204 Rambo, Karen 213 Rambo, Marvin 222 Ramsby, Linda 177 Randol, Joanne 124, 125, 153,204 Rask, George 114, 222 Rasmussen, Diane 124, 213 Rasmussen, Gloria 177 Rasmussen, Mike 140, 213 Raymond, Lynn 213 Raze, Gary 178 Ream, Marcia 213 Reddon, Bernice 178 Reddon, Dennis 204 Reddon, Judy 213 Reece, Larry 138 Reece, Wylene 136, 204 Reed, Judy 204 Rees, Roger 122, 178 Reisbeck, Ralph 69, 89, 105, 197, 21 Remme, Nyle 117, 178 Rennie, Kathy 222 Rennie, Rick 222 Repp, Evelyn 115, 222 Retinger, Roger 213 Reynold, Sandra 222 Richard, Susan 204 Richards, David 178 Richardson, James 178 Richardson, Winifred 222 Rickard, Pat 222 Riddle, Linda 122, 153, 204 Riddle, Nita 122, 222 Riegelhuth, Don 204 Rightsell, Juanita 213 Rigotti, Vickie 222 Risch, James 204 Ritter, Susan 213 Rivera, Roger 69, 101, 222 Roark, Kevin 222 Roberts, Patsy 213 Robertson, Cai-01114, l24,125, 138, 156,178,183 235 3 Robinett, Frances 204 Theodore 222 Pam 204 Robinett, Robinson, Robinson, Susie 115,149, 73,117,178 Robson, Pene 178 Rocks, Tom 204 Rodgers, Dee 213 Roe, John 204 Rogers, Fred 178 Rohler, MaryAnn 222 Rohlfs, Terri 222 Roise, Lawrence 178 Roisom, Dan 86, 213 Roley, Jim 70, 124, X14 Romeike, Roger 83, 143, 178 Roper-Witt, Sharon 178 Rose, Ken 89, 213 Ross, Donna 114 Ross, Kevan 89, 214, 222 Rossi, Ralph 204 Roth, Dick 123,153,214 Roth, Jerry 178 Roundtree, Shirley 222 Rouse, Albert 178 Rouw, Mike 104,1l9,124, 204 Rouw, Pat 124, 138 Rovito, Mary 178 Rovito, Sherry 222 Rubley, Terry 73, 131, 204 Ruckles, Rita 155, 214 Rude, Linda 222 Rueck, Margaret 122, 150, 222 Russ, Everett 222 Russell, David 204 Russell, Gary 178 Russell, Linda 222 Rutan, Joanne 204 Ryan, Clair 126, 214 Rydman, Marcia 138, 178 Sabah, Paul 178 Sabah, Teresa 115,214 Sadamoto, Stesy 131, 149, 158, 178 Sahli, Kay 222 Sahli, Linda 117, 124, 214 Salladay, Mike 214 Samuelson, Cliff 66, 123, 214 Sanborn, Francine 204 Sandoz, Bea 178 Sandor, Marian 117, 214 Sanford, Robert 214 Santell, Frank 178 Sarruigarte, Karen 119, 13 2, 142, 144, 163, 178 Sarriugarte, Marga 6,l17,149,197, 204 Sarriugarte, Morris 114 Sapp, Sharon 114, 204 Sauer, Bob 66 Savage, Steve 66, 214 Scates, Joanne 117, 214 Schaaf, Barbara 204 Schaaf, Vicki 222 Schacher, Dennis 214 Schaefer, Mike 178 Schafer, Sam 222 Schattenberg, Herman 62, 83, 204 Schechtel, Janet 138. 214 Scheidel, George 214 Schenemen, Jan 136, 158, 179 Scheuerman, Gary 222 Schiele, Ralph 222 Schilthuis, Katherine 117, 214 Schimschock, Carol 179 Schlaman, Mike 214 Schlegel, Dick 179 Schmeer, Steve 86, 105, 196, 214 Schmorl, Robert 104,124,204 Schneider, Joe 157, 204 Schneider, Nancy 204 Schofding, Penny 114, 214 Schrader, Jim 214 Schrader, Carole 222 Schrader, Chuck 42, 68, 100, 122, 123, 131, 143, 149, 152, 153, 157, 204 Schrock, Marjorie 156, 204 Schroeder, Dannette 214 Schroeder, MaryAnn 204 Schulman, Chris 112, 197, 204 Schwartz, Kathy 22, 124, 204 Scorcio, Chris 222 Scott, Bryan 222 Scott, Pam 204 Scott, Sandra 124, 150, 163, 179 Scott, Sharron 222 Scott, Wanda 140, 222 Seaberg, Ric 66, 86, 214 Seawell, Dean 214 Sefton, Barbara 152, 204 Seibold, Robert 83, 179 Seifert, Tim 179 Seim, Bill 140, 222 Seliner, Don 204 Sergeant, Diana 222 Sesler, Virginia 214 Setterberg, Gary 2 4 Severson, Barbara 222 Sewell, Randy 101, 140, 204 Shankland, Millicent 179 Shankland, Scott 66, 87, 105, 222 Shea, Tom 143, 147, 154 Sheets, Patsy 140, 150, 158, 179 Shermann, JoAnn 197 204 Shick, Carl 70, 222 Shick, Maryl 204 shields, Diana 117, 124, 152, 158,179 Shill, Chris 222 Shinn, Lorelee 214 Shinn, Patsy 117, 149, 214 Shioshi, Lorrie 51, 57,120,lll,116,l17, 137, 142, 144, 149, 163, 179, 183 Shioshi, Roger 67, 89, 101, 114, 222 Shirley, Ann 142, 144,163,179 Short, Randa 204 Short, Ray 158, 214 Shrake, Vivian 140, 223 Shreve, Pat 214 Shumway, Rita 158, 179 Sidis, Ron 204 Siemssen, Richard 89, 223 Sievers, Greg 67, 123, 223 Simmons, Don 223 Simmons, Gail 223 Singletary, Jerry 138, 204 Siverson, Diane 156, 204 Siverts, Carol Sivesind, Cheryl 179 Skaggs, Jon 137, 140, 179 Skelton, Alice 138, 205 skonnard, Ben 131, 140, 147, 151, 157, 179 Slayton, Lana 179 Small, Julie 205, 214 Smeraglio, Marilyn 223 Smith, Alan 214 Smith, Alison 115, 205 Smith, Arthur 205 Smith, Bill 205 Smith, Carol 223 Smith, Charlotte 214 Smith, Dana 124, 125, 179 Smith, David 89, 101, 223 smith, David 223 Smith, Diane 205 Smith, Doug 196, 223 Smith, Eileen 205 Smith, Gloria 179 Smith, Jackie 179 Smith, Janice 117, 179,223 Smith, Janice 178 Smith, Judy 205 Smith, Kenny 214 Smith, Lorraine 223 Smith, Marsha 205 Smith, Nicolette 50, 117, 223 Smith, Pattie 223 Smith, Randy 205 Smith, Sandra 124, 150, 163, 179 Smith, Steve 69, 87,111, 196, 223 Smith, Susan 114, 214 Smith, Susan 114, 223 Smurthwaite, Carol 115, 214 Smurthwaite, Susan 112, 116, 117,179 223 Snider, Linda Snider, Phyllis 214 Snider, Sunny 124,158, 205 Snodgrass, Daryle 140, 142, 144, 163, 1 79 Snodgrass, Dennis 140, 214 Snodgrass, Kathleen 205 Snyder, Eileen 214 Snyder, Kenny 223 Snyder, Rick 63, 205 Snyder, Yvonne 214 Solie, Dave 56, 111, 179 Soljaga, Betty 93, 117, 196, 205 Soloman, Jay 58,148, 149, 157, 180 Solovic, Pauline 223 Solum, Claudia .223 Sommerfilt, Ron 140, 205 Sommers, Sonia 115, 138, 205 Sommers, Sue 115, 214 Sorensen, Thomas 114, 214 South, Lana 205 Sowles, Sherry 51, 115, 117, 214 Speciale, Mike 223 Spielman, Diane 214 Spink, Sidney 205 Spire, Bob 180 Springgay, Vicki 155, 205 Springstead, Carol 114, 136 Springstead, Pat 124, 205, 136 Spurlock, Barbara 223 Stai, Gary 214 Stang, Gene 214 Stang, Patty 223 Stanley, Kari 223 Stanley, Kay 138, 214 Stanley, Kim 62, 100, 180 Stariha, Shirley 154, 205 Stark, Sheryl 223 Starr, Jeff 24, 133, 180 starr, Jim 104, 122, 124, 143, 154, 1 Stefani, Ron 66, 87, 105, 223 Steinbeck, Linda 214 Stephens, Bob 205 Stephens, Susan 204 Stevens, Jackie 147, 180 Stewart, Gerald 205 Stewart, Glenda 124, 136, 180 Stewart, Jan 150, 214 Stewart, Robert 223 236 80 Stinnette, Tom 223 Stofiel, Kathy 156 Stoltenberg, Rick 180 Stone, Stone, Stone, Stone, Stone, Dave 86, 123, 214 Diane 180 Irene 223 Randy 180 Sandy 223 Stoutenburg, Arthur 180 Stoutenburg, Tim 223 Stradley, Linda 223 Strauss, Jackie 124, 214 Sireuser, Sherry 223 Strickland, Linda 223 Strickland, Wendy Stroup, Bill 180 Struble, Tom 180, 83 Stryker, Gay 205 Stuart, Cliff Stuck, Dennis 223 Stucki, Ken 63, 120, 115, 280 Stucki, Linda 124, 126, 196 Stuller, Starla 205 Sullivan, Donna 205 Sullivan, Pat 124, 142, 144, 149, 153, 163,180 Sullivan, Sharon 124, 149 Sullivan, Toni 114, 117, 205 Sundin, Joan 180 Sunseri, Ron Sup er, Gary 70, 124, 142 Suran, Jim 180 Suran, Joyce 124, 205 Surbaugh, Jean 51, 116, 117, 197, 205 Swan, Linda 114,124,180 Swanson, Grant 56, 180 Sweeney, Liz 180 Sweeney, Robert 67, 101, 223 Sweetland, Bill 180 Tarver, Bruce 223 Tasakos, Gary 223 Tash Gary 118, 205 Taylbr, Janey 136 Taylor, Mark 205 Taylor, Sallie 63,124,l27,138, 205 Taylor, Sandra 205 Taylor, Sharon 136, 138 Teats, Mark 180 Teeny, Mike 122 Temple, Kirk 69, 101, 223 Terao, Marsha 115, 117, 205 Terhune, Keith 101, 205 Tesdal, Dwight 66, 124 Tevet, Sarah Thielke, Beverly 205 Thomas, Jim 205 Thomas, Vickie 205 Thomas, Vonnie Thomason, Robert 205 Thomason, Sharon 223 Thompson, Charlene 196, 205 Thompson, Delores 223 Thompson, Doug 66, 89 Thompson, Harold 205 Thompson, Jack 180 Thompson, Janet 124, 205 Thompson, Judy 196, 223 Thompson, Linda Thompson, Marcia 133, 181 Thompson, Mike 133, 140, 181 Thompson, Mike 66 Thompson, Ron 63, 89 Thompson, Russell 66 146, 181, 183 Thompson, Sally 205 Thompson, Sandra 181 Thompson, Val 63, 65, 104, 83, 115, Thompson, Velva Thomson, Connie 205 Thorpe, Doug 151 Thrasher, Ken 223 Thrasher, Rod 223 Thum, Liz 115, 181 Tibbets, Donnie 158, 205 Tice, Nancy 123, 181 Tierney, Mike 100, 118, 205 Tilch, Dee 223 Tillman, Darla 115, 197 Tilton, Bruce 205 Timbrock, Gary 140 T1ada11, Terry 122, 123, 124, 148 Tinner, Shari-Kay 122, 205 Tipton, Connie 136 Tlustos, Kurt 124 Todd, Randy Toliver, Richard 205 Tolonen, Diane 223 Tomlinson, Hank 66, 86, 115, 147, 149, 196 Torchia, Patty 138, 196, 205 Torelle, Barbara Torelle, Judy 115, 223 Tourville, Dan Tourville, Denise 114, 205 Tourville, Nancy 223 Tourville, Patty 115, 205 Trinci, Nancy 117, 205 Trout, Trudi 124, 204 Venneri, Frank 181 Ventrella, Josephine 215 Vice, Laura 117, 223 Vinson, Judy 136, 215 Vogl, Karen 215 Volz, Gary 66, 89,105, 123, 215 Volz, Linda 181 VonDerGathen, Karen 117, 196,215 Vonfeldt, James 223 Vonfeldt, Steve 206 Wager, Steve 123, 206 Wahl, Dian 57, 117, 138, 149, 206 Wahl, Janice 224 Waits, Roberta 224 Walker, Bert 89,124,215 Walker, Judy 122, 215 Walker, Patrick 215 Walker, Robert 224 Wallen, Eileen 22:4 Walsh, Bob 100, 206 hristine 115, 224 Walsh, C Walsh, Kathleen 114,115,215 Mike 181 Walsh, Walter, Jane 206 Walter, Lynda 142, 144, 163,181 Walter, Mollie 224 Walters, Matt 206 Walters, Sandy 114,138,215 John 224 Waltman, Walton, Dan 68, lOO,138, 206 Walton, David 138, 206 Ward, Jim 83, 181 Ward, SueAnn 206 Wardell, Nancy 181 Whipple, Janice 224 White, B. 123 Whiteman, Constance 182 Whiteman, Sue 206 Whitley, April 224 Whitman, Linda 224 Whitson, Sheilah 182 Wiatt, Rhonda 117, 182 Wieger, Cathy 206 Wilcox, Donna 215 Wilcox, Molly 224 Wilcox, Raymond 224 Wilde, Faye 206 Wilkins, Ralph 206 Williams, Bill 215 Williams, Brent 182 Williams, Julie 136, 206 Williams, 145, 146, 163, 182, 206 Williams, Leslie 215 Williams, Shelley 115, 224 Williams, Sheryl 224 Williamson, April 124, 206 Willingham, Cynthia 215 Willis, Don 122, 206 Willis, Steve 89, 224 Wilson, Claudia 206 Wilson, Danny 206 Wilson, Donna 64, 124, 127, 182 Wilson, Judy 215 Wilson, Leilani 51, 117, 196, 224 Wilson, Linda 196, 224 Wilson, Lyle 224 Wilson, Steve 182 Wilson, Wesley 224 Tucker, Cathy 215 Tucker, Connie 181 Tufford, Lynn 124, 156, 205 Tupper, Glenn 140, 205 Tupper, Karen 124, 181 Tupper, Kathy 125, 215 Turley, Myra 223 Turner, Bob 181 Turner, Don 181 Turner, Tom 205 Tyler, Carol 223 Tyler, David 215 Tyler, Gary 133, 181 Tyler, Pam 223 Tyler, Penny 223 Ullman, Sharin 117, 124, Ullman, Steve 62, 83, 205 Ulrich, Bill 205 Underwood, Donna 215 215 Warren, Sherry 117, 122, 123, 153, 181 Washam, Dennis 215 Wassemiller, Kathy 181 Watson, Jessie 206 Watts, David 206 Waymire, Dorothy 206 Weatherly, Lynda 206 Weaver, Christine 206 Weaver, Tina 215 Webb, Barbara 115,195, 224 Webb, Gary 110, 113, 114, 120, 131, 146, 157,181,183 Webb, Ken 224 Webb, Leslie 115, 206 Webb, Linda 206 Webb, Rosemary 215 Webber, Candy 224 Weberg, Ken 106, 224 Weberg, Marcia 206 Windred, Windust, Evelyn 79, 115, 133, 149, l Wing, Terry 224 Winkler, Philip 147, 148, 182 Winquist, John 215 Winters, Barbara 206 Winward, Susan 224 Wirrick, Judy 124, 125, 215 Wirtz, Bill 83, 104, 206 Wise, Chuck 223 Wise, Lynne 182 Witt, Mable l22,123,l52,153,182 Wodtli, Sharon 224 Wodtli, Steve 224 Wolfe, Teresa 215 Ron 53, 76 Les 89, 63, 100, 142, 143, 8 Wolford, Dan 89, 119, 143, 145, 146, 163,182 Wolford, Delores 224 Wolford, Virginia 216 Wong, lvan 101,119,216 Unsworth, Terry 105, 215 Utterstrom, Erik 66,86, 215 Vallee, Michael 223 VanAcker, Sharon 205 VanArsdal1, Clinton 215 VanAu.ken, Jim 154, 215 VanAuken, LeeAnn 154, 206 VanC1eave, Sandia 115, 124, 215 Vandenburg, Sharon 181 Vandervort, David 124, 125, 206 VanDusen, Penny 223 van Veen, Jim 223 VanVeen, Jeanne 206 VanVeen, Laura 181 VanVeen, Stephanie 215 Varnell, Cheryl 223 Vasile, Debbie 117, 126, 223 Velander, Mary 149,206 Webster, David 124, 206 Weese, Donna 224 Weesner, Sheryl 117, 206 Wegner, Gretchen 136, 215 Weiler, Martha 124, 215 Weinandt, Judy 76, 77, 78, 120, 133, 140,149,181 Weisenberg, Diane ll7, 197, 215 Weitzel, Randall 154, 224 Wellington, Jan 224 Wells, Barbara 124, 215 Wells, Betty 224 Wells, Sharon 114, 224 Wemmer, Bonni 182 West, Martha 224 Westberg, Thure 215 Westerberg, Bonnie 124, 215 Westerfield, Karen 224 Whelchel, David 224 237 Wood, Mary 206 Wood, Rosalyn 206 Woodcock, Kathy 136,206 WOOdhOuS6, Jim 56, 66, 101, 215 Woodward, Cordon 182 Woodward, Teresa 206 Woodward, Tom 224 Woolfolk, Alan 112, 216,197 Worrell, Fred 182 Worrell, Mick 206 Wright, Duane 70, 182 Wright, Janet 70, 216 Wright, Jerry 182 Wright, Johnnie 216 Wright, Sue 224 Wright, Terry 206 Wunderlich, Marylee 206 Wyzard, Vickie 224 Yabuki, Amy 216 Yamasaki, 154, 216 Yandle, Claudia 224 Yandle, Dennis 119, 206 Yann, Judy 149, 156, 182 Yazzolino, Annette 206 Yoakum, Richard 122,224 Yoder, John 105, 216 Yonge, Susan 117, 206 York, Vicky 206 Yost, Donald 224 Younger, B. 125 124, 216 Younger, Cindy 182 Yowell, Barbie 224 Yowell, Kenneth 70, 206 Zahnter, M. 123 Zellner, Doug 206 Zimmerman, Alan 64, 196,206 Zimmerman, Kristine Zink, Connie 206 Zinzer, Eugene 206 FACULTY INDEX Avshalomov, Mrs. Doris 25 Babcock, Mrs. Coleen 23 Becker, Mr. Herman 37 Belloit, Mrs. Clytis 37 Bergan, Mr. Marty 19, 60 Bernstein, Mrs. Ellen 33 Bicandi, Miss Rose Marie 37 Blair, Mr. Stanley 33, 45, 61 Boelts, Miss Helen 35 Bohlen, Miss Anne 41 Brewer, Mr. John 43 Buckner, Mr. Eugene 19, 60 Burri, Mr. Jack 39, 60 Christensen, Mrs. Marjorie 28 Collins, Miss Thelma A. 38, 39 Cornutt, Miss Faye 25 Cox, Mrs. Jessie 41 Crites, Mrs. Maxine 39 Davis, Mr. H. Britt 37, 150 Davis, Mir. Gale 39, 60 Dawson, Mr. Charles 23 Devlin, Mr. Laurance 39, 47 Driscoll, Miss Mary 35 Dundore, Miss Dorothy 19, 44 Ehm, Mrs. Josephine 18, 19 Eller, Mrs. Delphia 46 Erlandson, Mr. Gilbert 39 Eurich, Mr, Gerald 23 Faurot, M.rs. Janet 37 Ferry, Mr. Clifford 25, 26 Fletcher, Mr. John 41, 154 Flitcroft, Mr., Marvin 39, 60 Fox, Mr. Mel 19, 60 Galbraith, Mrs. Barbara 46 Gehrke, Mr. Leonard 40, 41, Grant, Miss Carrie P, 15 Grant, Miss Dorothy 31 61 Hansen, Mr. Al 27 Hansen, Mr. Paul 33, 60 Hill, Dr. Lucille 37 Holsinger, Mrs. Marilyn 35 Holt, Mr. Donald 27, 60 Horr, M.r. Neal 33, 47 Horvath, Mrs. Barbara 46 lrgens, Mr, William 17, 151 Jackson, Mr. GaryE. 39, 61 Jacobsen, Mr. Robert 33 Johns, Nlr, Edward 33 Johnson, Mr. Arthur 25 Johnson, Mr. Donald 25 Jubb, Mrs. Katherine 23 Kearns, Mr. Donald 25, 44 Killorin, Mr. Paul l.. 27, 1,33 Landes, Mrs. Thelma 25, 26 Lemery, Mrs. Ruth 28 Lind, Mr. Henry 33, 60 Mabry, Mr. Richard 33, 61 Maloney, Mr, Joseph 25 Manning, Mr. James 39, 193 Maynard, Mrs. Marcell 37, 44 McKee, Mr. James 39 McKercher, Miss Cecil 31 McKnight, Mrs. Rose 46 Mead, Mrs. Joanne 19 Miller, Mrs. Lorraine 46 Miller, Mrs. Psyche 46 Mitchel, Mr. Merl 39 Mohn, Mr. Herbert 41 Moore, Mrs. Emma 25, 44 Mosbaugh, Mrs. Millie 21 Mu.rray, Mr. Francis 25 Mu.rray, Mr. I-L Max 15 Norlin, Mrs. Eleanor 28 Nyland, Mrs. Mary 23 Osborn, Mr. Earl 37 Pancheau, Mr. G. E. 43, 122, Parr, Mr, T, A, 17 Peden, Mrs. June 46 Peery, Mr. John 43 Pierce, Mr. Roy D. 25, 142 Piper, Miss Beryl 19 123 Puckett, Mrs. Miriam W. 27, 130 Purtzer, Mr. Wayne 17 Raschio, Mr. Dario 41 Richter, Mr. Carlton E, 41 Rumpakis, MI. Mike K.J. 37, 44, 45 Savage, Nlr. Francis 17 Scherfenberg, Miss Ruth 27 Senn, Miss Corrine 23 Shaffer, Mr. James 27 Sheridan, Mrs. Ardis 23 Sly, Mr. Vinson 27 Small, Miss Dana 33 Smutz, Miss Margaret 30, 31, 4 Stafford, Mrs. Donna 21 Stipac, M.r. Mike 15 Taylor, Mr. Robert 44 Terry, Miss Mary Jane 35 Thomas, MissE. 25, 27 Trachsel, Mrs. Anita 46 238 7 Tucker, M.r. Lyle M. 31 Walton, Mr. Denzil 31, 149 Weed, Mrs. Helen 37, 44 Westcott, Mr. Arthur L. 14, 113 White, Mrs. Ruth 46 Wilson, Mr., Kenneth 35 Yeomans, Mrs. Mary 25 Young, Mrs. Gwyndolyn 27 Zimpelman, Miss Joan E. 23 PRESIDENT JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY 11917-19631 GENERAL DOUGLAS MacARTI-FUR Q 1880- 1964, "He died inharness, and we may well say inbattle harness, like his soldiers, sailors, and airmen who died side by side with ours and carrying out their tasks to the end all over the world. What an enviable death was his. " The above was said by Sir Winston Churchill in honor of President Fran- klin D. Roosevelt, but is applicable to both of the menhonoredhere. With- in a span of only five months, our country lost two of its greatest men. Twice, military funerals of the highest order were held, twice, a riderless horse was seen in a military procession, twice the flag dipped to half mast in sorrow, and twice this nation mourned. 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