Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR)

 - Class of 1965

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W f Wg? ,Y V by! f A W7 YU ff NL ii X The I964-I965 STQFT CommemoroTes The Fiftieth Anniversary T iifggpif, KA HV T cl QQ Q of Fifonklin High School SQA M q9QWwisw Xi ZW' W ff? lx we 9,8 QQ. ' SX WQTNMWNMQQX A gy Lhirix' ll , vll Sl N 125W www 9 E Ml 9 09 T W QVQXDLS . MQ Z 0 fe ' f f 'ff VX ' lub 5-gl if UQ 5 -QM f-3jk3fxxXX X ' B ROCX S X O Published by The ALMANAC STUFF CKNG X UC , Q1 ogg 6 ij lg I g 3 bk' wgcrfhg YXQ 7 Q Franklin High School KU J Xjlf' VX AXOOXQQI M X?-J PorTlc1ncl, Oregon .asf - xiii' W Y -gm Q W ..ma...r, f M-Q-J , ww- mf w 'I ' 1"-Qc' I ww Q 2 1 ff W. X L W 5 1' -Q 4 .L 'Sn w ' E my f f J , V rt mfg ' W F! I fix ff' Q 'L I -W - 4 W if I wwf Q ,H 1 U , 'Jxx jg? gs wi K is fi ' pq M f H 2 M 1' 9 fiif js X J . Lv ' H W1 -: 38 X ,, 5' 1 -Q 3 wh Q W, fc: TABLE lnHoducHon , AdminBHaHon. . Acadenncs. .. Seniors. . . AcHviHes .. Clubs . . Sporh . . . . .. Sfuclenf Government Groups EL Sfaffs . . Unclerclassmen . . Juniom . . Sophomores . . Freshmen . . Index .. UF CONTENTS , , Page . . Page . . Page . . Page . . Page . . Page . . Page Page . . Page . . Page . . Page . . Page . . Page . . Page 3 ? 01 'At - 0 A ,gk X tg W YQ' Q gil all Qwe I X Fifty years bring many changes--to individ- uals, to structures, and to ideas. And fifty years have brought changes to Franklin--to its faculty and students, to its campus, and to its philosophy. The students of i965 have a more cosmopolitan outlook than did those of i9i5. The seniors of T915 entered an era when the United States was first emerging from its shell ot isolationism, and a major portion of twe world was engaged in war. Today, the seniors emerge as citizens of a nation which is considerably involved in the problems of. theworld, and as citizens of a world still engaged in strife. . . 1 ,, XL., it A Tv' , N l cf' fs, i " J f i M1- X R 1 I ,rw R X x x 5 J 'X -QXJ 4 of -T 0 X m x 5 " 0 77,5 t il M x'6L,isxQit,f,,,,:w,! 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V li l L X 1 g f gg gi ,- eh, Q- ,Ml lg X., 'lt in in in gf iz Xa ig gl NZ if X1 v W V N1 V 'I V -1' V J 6' J G' Q 6' -it it iq ,nz ,ms go ,9, il. 9: im ,Z 44, ,Z is 3 awk QM: AMA: Alb 1' A Z - . . .Compared to new, modern schools, Franklin's building mayappear quaint and old-fashioned . ln- spired by lndependence Hall in Philadelphia, the structure centers abouta colonial clock tower, the traditional symbol ofFranlclin High School, while new high schools have sleek, uncluttered de- sign. . . 5 V4 N .l vi, mtg glilo h V x 0 S2 J, M Q-00 Of QM? I M H 04 sw 01 ls m X 5 X X X 1 K f 1 X 1 X 1 1 W 1 W 1 N fl 1 1 1 1 -1 .0 .' It mg' all tb' 'll H? ' 'W HE' Ala 0 . 0 Q. 0 . 0 5. to lv to if fa N1 a if 4 V Qt -4 N.. V T1 -4 lv V4 is if i ts ti 'i .ii 2. .65 995 .oi wk- 'mf 'mb 'im-5 Qin: 1 i r llir? Qi V- tu.. . . .Necessarily, the curriculum has expanded to meet a technological society, demanding a more thorough education from eacln of its members. Specialized courses have replaced programs of general study. . . 6 ...ln its first year, Franklin had an enrollment of338 students, with a faculty numbering l8. ln its golden anniversary year, the enrollment is 2,35O, corresponding to a Faculty totaling lO2 teachers. . . 7 XM 01 XM N. S W KW5' 7 7 .Q 0, ,. 1 Q4 To 50 V Y V ' ol? li 596, Arif 5 N 1 Q Pr , xu ,Q xl y , . X r' V X ' F , 7 H fd i I: for .f -, ff x Q no V 1 Q 0, vb x-nn SL 4? GL' 1' Z9 f 06' 7 Q' 5 .51 J X. i L it U: X ' O1 G 3 L M: l N 5450, X . . . During tbe interim, renovation and construction have altered tbe appearance oftbe campus., Under the RooseveltAdministration, unemployed laborers excavated a bowl fortootbal l and track, and erec- ted a statue of Benjamin Franklin on tbe grounds overlooking ito With a surging enrollment creat- inga problem ot sutticient space, a new wing and a gymnasium were added in l955n . . 8 X ' so X 1 K1 X ,Z x I f 1 V 1 -5 Q5 mill sg' glib Ogg all 5 9. Qtr ' , 'Q 5? Q0 5,31 4 ,k wp r 'ff s5 C7 S5 0: 9 ly sf E M X ! Sf S, X , X 1 '---i f 'Mc ' av' so 2 f Tw , N A f N N . 0 .Each year, the new stuclents brought peculiar customs and styles. Franklin has seen girls in styles ranging from tight-curled hairdoes and bloomers, to ratted bouttants and checkered knee-length stock- ings, ithas seen boys in outfits ranging from knic- kers ancl golf caps to contoured slacks and crew cuts. The floors have experienced the Turkey Trot, the Charleston, the Conga, the Jitterhug, and the Work-out. . . t 'g ' ' 9,9 5 any . i l is 50, s 501 g s X 50 X T5 x 'R x '- 1 X Qt' 'X Qi' 3 W H f 99" Y-- . 9" ' 4, f X J .: 'gg Ho' A X , x , ,N T , A 7 9 I , if 9 T60 E is 95 i v- , if I qi X ,.' qi r if S' if K-9 X' sc' , . , . X 1 0' if i' Y M X ' v' X 5 Y , Q E W Q., . Q, X h, ...Changing attitudes in curriculum have per- haps affected Franklin more than any other change. The curriculum has expanded from an offering of only the basic courses to a program of broad and varied subjects. Such specialized courses as photography, drama, interiorzdecorating, Russian history, and art understanding, now being offered, provide enough diversity to satisfy the manifold interests of more than two thousand students. With these changes complete and more occurring each day, Franklin High School concludes its first half century. . . 10 X . 9 K 0 9 9 gf ,E X m ii, Q1 QV gi? i . . .Throughout Franklin's history, athletics have occupied the spare time of many students. On most Friday evenings during the tall and winter, nearly haltthe studentbody can be found cheering for the football and basketball teams. Within the last ten years, they have been able to root for the basketball team at Five state championships, and see the team take this title twice. During the week, Franklinites may be seen at choir and play rehearsals, at committee meetings for dances and assemblies. 11 f 25. Q, 2, Q J, Q1 H, QQ, 25.5 .V VU.: W ,A Vps Qu' 64, .M 5 3 4 4 50 jg 1 Q W1 V , 1 , . . vig l A vi 4 vi, l o Q o Q Q, if if W ef ev Q. Q sl x N1 xl ll x ll x i V if mf if Y i' Q' lg m m i m 'M nl: fi. 2. 0? l , 2. ii' EM: 1 , ' : .0 : ite' w N N Mr., Arthur L. Westcott Principal University of Portland, Reed Collegeg M. A. Since 1960, Mr. Arthurl.. Westcotthas supervised the administration of Frank- lin, dividing his time between helping the faculty and student body, and taking care of organizational problems. An active man, Mr. Westcott does not con- fine his energies to school functions, but devotes many hours to outside ac- tivities. Especially interested in youth, he serves as a trustee of Cascade Col- lege in Portland and as a member of the board of the John R. Leach branch Of the Y. M. C. A. near Franklin, for seventeen years he taught Sunday school classes to young adults at his church. Also prominent in outside ed- ucational efforts, he is vice-president of the Oregon Schools Athletic Asso- ciation and spokesman for Portland school administrators in salary nego- tiations. For titty years Franklin High School has provided an opportunity for you and other young citizensot this community to develop and to im- prove academically, socially, cmd physically. Through the titty years of Franklin's existence, many wonderful, dedicated teachers have workeddiligentlyto guide young lives toward becoming the kinds of persons our society needs. Many hundreds of graduates are a living testimony to the opportunity that has existed here for those who sin- cerelydedicated themselves to acquiring an education. Fortunately, the opportunity for improvement has expanded until today there are almost limitless chances tor success in a variety ot areas that were almost unknown tive, ten, or twenty years ago. And now, just as in the past, the keys to success and opportunity are held by you, the student. Parents, teachers, and counselors can suggest, direct, and help, but, in the Final analysis, you must decide by your attitudes, haloits, and discipline what lite holds For you. We at Franklin wish you well in a complex world. Prepare yourseltwell and lite will return your investments multiplied. JZJLAJ Bulletins from the Administration Building are the first order of business on a typical day. Mr. Westcott checks over his letters of correspondence with his C31-1 Courtnier, Mark Clark, Rick Snyder, and John DeVieto secretary, Mrs. Miller. have a chat between periods with the Principal. 13 Mr. I-L Max Murray Curriculum Vice-Principal University of Oregong, M. Ed. Planning the curriculum and coordi- nating faculty functions, Mr. Max Mur- ray serves as one of Franklin's three vice-principals, Working closely with the teachers and maintenance staffs, he takes care of ordering new textbooks, and custodial supplies. Miss Carrie P.. Grant Administrative Vice-Principal University of Oregon, Stanford Uni- versity, Colorado College of Educ- tiong M. Ed. As vice-principal in charge of girls, Miss Carrie Grant attempts to iron out any difficulties which the girls of Franklin may encounter. In addition to this duty, she isthe advisor to Pleia- des, the senior-girls honorary club and plans several assemblies throughout the year, including the Rose Festival as- sembly. Mr. lack A. King Administrative Vice-Principal Pacific University, Oregon State University, University of Oregon, M. Ed. New to Franklin this year, Mr. jack King transferred from jefferson High Where he held the position of vice- principal incharge of boys. His duties include disciplining and counselling Franklin males. Mr. King also has charge ofthe dispersal of all club funds, on deposit in the student store. 14 , . 5 :P 6 X 'P-was V . ' "'1-W--.aw , .. ,....f"' Mr. Murray checks his class schedule board while making his agenda for one of his regularly scheduled counselor meetings. Miss Grant checks her May Fete and Rose Festival schedule. Mr, King signs 9, requisition for 9, Club dangeo 15 SECRETARIES Essential to the efficient administration of the school's business are the various secretaries and clerks of Franklin. Most ofthese womenwork in the main office helping the principal and vice-princi- pals. Working closely with Mr. West- cott, M.rs. Lorraine Miller, head sec- retary, helps him complete his official business. Mrs. June Peden, attendance secretary, keeps track of student absen- ces and excuses. Mrs. Ruth White, vice-principals' secretary, Works with Miss Grant, Mr. King, and Mr. Mur- rayto assist them with correspondence andrecords. lnthe counsellingoffices, Mrs. Rose McKnight aids the counsel- lors, typing their many forms and ap- plications, and keeping records straight. Two very important functions are per- formed by Mrs. Psyche Miller, book- keeper, and Mrs. Barbara Galbraith, book clerk. Mrs. Miller records and disperses all student body and club funds. She also runs the student store. Mrs. Galbraith arranges the distribu- tion of classroom textbooks and checks each book for broken bindings and torn pages. In addition, two other secre- taries assist in the main office. Each of the secretaries and clerks contributes her effortsto a necessary job at Frank- lin. fBelow leftj: MissBohlen's green orchid was one of the many floral arrange- ments that daily enhanced the main of- fice counters. fBelowrightj: M.rs. Mil- ler adjusts the carbons on one of the many letters she types each day for Mr. Westcott. Mrs. Lorraine Miller Head Secretary Mrs. Barbara Galbraith Bookclerk Mrs. Barbara I-Iorvath Assistant Secretary Mrs. Rose McKnight Counseling Secretary Mrs. Psyche Miller Bookkeeper Mrs. June Peden Attendance Secretary Mrs. Carol Rokstad Assistant Secretary Mrs. Ruth White Vice-Principals' Secretary Mr. Pierce, Mr. Pancheau, and Mr. Hansenlisten as Mr. Richter gives his views on seventh period study halls. GROUP DISCUSSES CURRICULUM Mrs. Norlin, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Becker, and the mothers in the council listen as Mr. Murray, curriculum vice-principal, opens a typical meeting. Mrs. Greer, Mrs. Temple, Mrs. Schrader, Mr. Murray, and Mr. Johnson enjoy the "snack break" during a weekly council meeting. Each Tuesday afternoon a thirteen- member committee of administrators, faculty, and parents discuss curricular problems and innovations in the school and district. The parents serve three- year terms with one person retiring each year, While the teachers' tenures are based on experience and availability of time. Each department is repre- sented on the council. Problems discussed in the committee include those relating to student disci- pline, course offerings and school re- lations in the systems and community. Minutes of the meetings are distributed to faculty members and anyrecommen- dations are forwarded to the persons in- volved. Franklin was one of the first high schools in the nation to have a regularly convening curriculum coun- cil of teachers and parents. As a re- sult, our school has been on the fore- front of curricular experimentation with nationally known programs in science and mathematics. 1 4 1 it Lf 5 MZ 4, F Q44 W Liga 1 if NMR nigga? 5, if , is ,. 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XI aw A , Ax" uf A . ,,,,, ,wk 3331 gig 1 f , W 1 XX Miss Helen Boelts Art, Department Chairman University of Nebraskag B., F. A. Mr. Jerry R. Bosco Art Portland State Collegeg B. S. N Miss Mary Ellen Driscoll Art Art Institute of Chicago University of Oregong B. F. A, lvlr. Yoshinobu Terada Art Metal Univ Qegon5 M., S., Edd Nylander, Mary Day, Linda Stradley, juelette Fadness, Eileen Grellert work with soap caricatures. Mr. Bosco discusses silk screening with Clair Ryan and Nancy Morgan. 20 Penny Tyler, Evon McKinnon, and Mike McCoy experiment in still life painting. ART Patty Stang and Miss Boelts use looms as Well as study fabrics in weaving class. 21 Informing abasic understanding in the field of art, students become acquaint- edwiththe principles of color and de- sign through the development of their skills in drawing and painting. For the interested student, there is enjoyment and satisfaction in acquiring these basic skills to prepare for a possible career inthe field of art. The wide selection of courses includes a variety of craft Works inmetal, ceramics, textiles, and interior design. Open to persons with no previous art experience is an art understanding class., This course helps the student to understand art and appreciate its value in a modern society. Today we are surrounded by art in many new shapes and forms. The art depart- ment satisfies and develops an appreci- ation of the beauty and color not only in creative design, but also in the nat- ural world. Practical skills for a business career or educational aids for schoolwork can be obtainedthrough the courses inthe bus- iness department. Students who are interested in receiving training for sec- retarial and office jobs, enroll in the advanced courses of shorthand and typ- ing aswell as the office practice cours- es which teach them the operation of several office machines. Students hop- ing to improve the quality of their school work take the courses in begin- ning typing and possibly briefhand. As apart of the business education de- partment, girls are given the chance to work in the school offices during their studyhalls. Inthis way, they learn the courtesy and responsibility required of them in actual employment. The school also maintains a cooperative program with Girls' Poly, in which Franklin girls may receive more tech- nical training in fields such as dental hygiene and medical filing. First bookkeeping students exercise their new-found knowledge of record ke eping., BUSINESS EDUCATION "Oh, no! Not another mistake!" cries Rick Snyder as Bob Gallucci concentrates 22 Nlrs. Janice Schlaadt Business Education Department Chairman Oregon State Universityg M. Ed. Mr. Gerald Eurich Business Education Oregon State Universityg M. Ed. Mrs. Enid F. Hall Business Education University of Nebraskag B. S. Nlr. Donald Iohnson Business Education Mankato State Collegeg B. S, Mrs. Katherine Jubb Business Education University of Washingtong B. S. .fb any 6, S 1 Mr. Joseph Maloney , I Business Education University of Portland, nive ' y of Oregong M. Ed. Z ' Mrs. Mary Nyland Business Education University of Oregong M. Ed. Miss Corrine Senn Business Education Stanford Universityg M. A. Miss Ioan Zimpelman Business Education Portland State College, University of Oregong Oregon State Universityg M. Ed. 23 Karen Pancheau adds by machine . li ' , x s t MW if W WW Janet Brockway answers study que stions. Mr. Mike K. J. ,Rumpakis Combined Classes, Department Chairman, Counselor University of Portland, University of Oregong M. Ed. Mr. H. Britt Davis Combined Classes, Audio Visual Linfield College, Lewis and Clark Collegeg M. Ed. Mrs. Janet Faurot Combined Classes Monmouth College, University of Colorado, Portland State Collegeg B. A, Miss Jean B. Foster Combined Classes University of Michigan, University of California at Los Angelesg M. A. Dr. Lucille Hill Combined Classes University of Oregon, Temple University, New York Universityg P. H. D. Mrs., Betty M. Langford Combined English and Social Studies Portland State College, University of Oregon, B. S, Mrs. Marcell Maynard English, Counselor University of Southern California, B. S. Mr. Earl Osborn Combined Classes Pacific Universityg M. A. Mr. Charles Pulliam Combined Classes Oregon College of Education, Oregon State Universityg M. Ed. Mr. Vinson Sly Special Education Department Chairman University of Oregon, M, Ed, Mrs. Helen E. Weed Combined Classes, Counselor Eastern Oregon College of Educationg M. Ed. 24 -- as L we ' M. , Y gs r ifliifsfsfges i:i::"I'i ' z limews r. ,r., yr . 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COMBINED CLASSES Witha colorful chalk mural as hackground, freshman read about African geography. 25 Through a survey of world cultures, the freshman combined classes supply a groundwork for an in-depth study of American history and contemporary society in the junior and senior years. In its present position as a major world leader, the United States must gain a knowledge of the emerging nations. The combined classes stress the study of these nations, from those of South- eastAsia to those of Africa. Freshmen gain a familiarity with the geography of these regions, especially in its re- lation to world politics. They also acquire an understanding of the reli- gions, customs, and attitudes of these remote lands. In addition to this survey of world social studies, the combined classes provide the freshmen with an introduction to high school English. The study of gram- mar is extended from grade school, and two Works of literature are read. The Odyssey and Huckleberry Finn furnish the freshmen with their first major attempts at analyzing literature. Furthermore, the combined classes serve as the formal orientation grounds for the freshmen in their first year of high school. john Edeline delivers an oral report on the dialects of the United States. Miss Faye Cornutt English Department Chairman Willamette University, B. A. Mrs. Doris Avshalomov English Reed Collegeg B. A. , M, A. T. Mr. Clifford Ferry English Portland State College, B. S, Mr. Arthur Johnson English Central Michigan College, Colorado State Universityg M. A. Mrs. Thelma Landes English University of Oregon, Oregon State University, Mills College, University of Washingtong M. A. Mrs. Emma Moore English, Counselor William Smith College, University of Oregon, M, Ed. Mr. Roy Pierce English Whitman College, University of Washingtong M. A. Miss LaRhette Swann English Washington State University, Central Washington State, B. A. Miss E. Thomas English Linfield College, Reed Collegeg M. A. Mr. Ehrick Wheeler English Oregon State College, Reed Collegeg M. A. T., Mrs. Gayle Withnell English Lewis and Clark, Linfield College, B.. A. 26 5' Jeff.. :- . li if 5 sf, ,iaeigffsisag .. . ag -.. .- W Hs: HWS?" ...T iii. Q is sn. Q M , , eye, 5' .- -. , W ,ig AE?- , PX : me Y : f w iplfiasfwfir-Q my 1 .sa . L. l if ' ' f gsifevfifi ,, ,afwfsrmirfe f ,555 , iwggsz14s::f9s ' 'i 5's5i,'f2f3?i5isi in ?,,se,q,1 1 :les 5215 .... ., t s Q if A Q 1 l ts gs 5 - ws ffsi s W, .,.. I .... als, wg ..,- f m 13 Miss Thomas and students listen attentively to an oral report. I I, if X, if UX4 'r ENGLISH Marguerite Kristenson and Sharon Ullman enact a scene from Macbeth. 27 Attempting to expand the student's knowledge of his own language and to give him a basic familiarity with lit- erature, the English department forms the core of the school curriculum. As a sophomore and as a senior, he studies the evolution of his language from Indo-European, through the age of Chaucer, to the present. As a junior, he studies regional dialects of the Un- ited States. As a senior, he again re- ceives information on the history of English, in connection with his study of Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales and of the plays of Shakespeare. The major portion of time, however, is devoted to the study of literature. Sophomores read Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities various essays, collected shortstories, and selectedpoetry. Jun- iors read a wide variety of works from American literature, including E Scarlet Letter and Ethan Frome.. Sen- iors use works of English literature, from the epic poem, Beowulf to Of Human Bondage. Each year, the student reads one or more works of Shakespeare, be- ginning with ulius Caesar in the soph- omore year, and advancing to Macbeth and Hamlet in the junior and senior years, respectively. As these examples indicate, the English program in high school is designed only as a brief but representative introduction to the world of literature. An important part of the English depart- ment are the courses of a more special- ized nature, emphasizing a smaller part of this general area. Students interested in the performing arts, develop the tal- ents of speech and drama in these cour- ses. Mr. Holt, in charge of forensics, and Mr. Shaffer, in charge of drama, teach these arts to any student wishing to enroll. From the advanced classes come the members of Franlclin's com- petitive speech teams and the leads for our dramatic productions. Students who have an interest in publications may become members of either the POST or ALMANAC staffs. POST members must have taken a beginning journal- ism course, while ALMANAC mem- bers need only the approval of Mrs. Puckett, the staff advisor. Offered for the first time as a course for credit this year, classes in effective reading pro- vide students to improve their reading skill. These special English courses add great variety to the curriculum at Franklin. Mr. Shaffer Works with a class of advanced drama students. ENGLISH 1 Mr. Holt explains to his class the value of speech in our changing world 28 Mr. Donald Holt English, Speech and Forensics University of Oregon, M. Ed. Mr. Paul I. Killorin English University of Portlandg M. Ed. , M. A. MIS. Miriam W. Puckett English Cascade College, University of , Oregong M. Ed. lvlr. James Shaffer English, Drama University of Oregon, M. S. Miss Anne Sinclair English Reed Collegeg A. B. 2 Mr. Timothy Wheeler English Amherst College, A. B. Mrs. Gwyndolyn Young Effective Reading San Diego State College, Chapman College, University of Southern Cal- iforniag M. Ed. K QRightj: Barbara Murdock operates a projection machine in her effective reading class. QBelowQ: Judy Wirrick, Nanette Nonne, and Dave Olson Work with scales, glue, and layout sheets to meet their ALMANAC deadline, only hours away. 29 fTop lefty: Sue Sommers, Judy Cro- teau, and Nora MacDonald act out a post War French play. QBottom leftj: Sue Scammers, Linda Hamilton, Diane Burcar, Leslie Wil- liams, and Nora MacDonald participate in the play's closing scene. Miss Dorothy E. Grant Foreign Language Department Chairman Montana State Universityg M. A., Miss Kathryn Horvath Foreign Language Marylhurst College, Portland State College, University of Oregong B. Miss Cecil McKercher Foreign Language University of Oregong M. Ed. Mr. Lyle M. Tucker Foreign Language Willamette Universityg B. A. Mr. Denzil Walton Foreign Language Brigham Young Universityg B. A. 30 Stacey Berube, Ken Ford, Willy Middlehoven, Candy Jewell, Bob Tolan, and joe Schneider listen to taped conversation of Germans to improve their pronunciation. FOREIGN LANGUAGE Rosemary Webb tries to explain what she wants to buy in "France, " 31 An opportunity to study the language and culture of four modern foreign na- tions and one ancient people is present- ed to Franklin students inthe Foreign Language curriculum. In the four mod- ernlanguages, French, German, Span- ish, and Russian, the department offers four years of instructiong in Latin, the school can offer only two. The begin- ning years of study emphasize compre- hension of the spoken language, and a basic understanding of the history, art, architecture, and people of the nation. Films, tapes, and records supplement the teacher's efforts. In the advanced classes, reading and writing become the major objectives. The students use short stories, plays, newspapers, novels, poems, and magazine articles to de- velop these skills. Not only do these courses help a stu- dent to acquire proficiency in speak- ing, reading, and writing a foreign language, but also they attempt to lead the student to a better understanding of his own language. It will increase their understanding of the customs of the modern world, provide an excellent basis for the study of world literature, and prepare them for the expansive col- lege curriculum. Knowledge of a foreign language opens up many interesting job opportunities including work in the foreign service, in the U. N. , and in business firms. M1-5, Ruby Sewright Home Economics Department Chairman Oregon State University, Ari2Ona State Universityg M. Ed. Nirs. jo E. Reimer M Home Economics Oklahoma State Universityg B. S. Miss Gladys Rizner Home Economics Seattle Pacific Collegeg B. 5. HOME ECONOMICS Miss Rizner shows Karen Nelson how to cook a roast Cheryl Brown and Winnie Richardson learn to serve cake 32 Sandy Gallino uses her cooking knowledge to prepare a macoroni cassorole. Karen Westerfield experiments in the world of plastic wrap and food storage. Sharon Payne and Karen Pierce practice the basic skills of sewing. 33 Most of Franklin's young ladies some- day will become wives and mothers. Home economics is designed to help the individual student to recognize her future responsibilities in a rapidly changing society., Home economic's teachers strive to help these young peo- ple realize the importance of accepting changes in solving problems related to the home and family. Instructional materials include current homemaking magazines, educational films and slides, and books in areas of family life, psychology for living, per- sonal adjustment, child development, preparation for marriage, financial management, foods and nutrition, home care of the sick and injured, and mother and baby care. In addition, the girls enrolled in home economics courses receive personal instruction in the various homemaking arts, such as cooking and sewing. Designed to give background and train- ing in manual endeavors, the industrial arts department provides an exploratory experience in careers. Instruction in industrial skills constitutes the major portion of courses., Classes include drafting, woodshop, metalshop, elec- tronics, and various other subjects of a manual nature. Many of these courses give a student technical training neces- sary for beginning an apprenticeship immediately after high school, while others prepare him for college work in engineering and other related fields. However, the most important ability developed in the industrial arts depart- ment is the creative know-how bene- ficial to any man. Here, the student learns to build furniture for his home, to make repairs around the house, or possibly he learns an interesting hobby to occupy his spare time. ln addition, a photography lab is maintained to train students the process of taking, develop- ing, and enlarging pictures. From this class come the photographers for the ALMANAC the POST and the senior movie. S 7 The industrial arts department, thus offers more than just occupational training--it also offers a program of interest and benefit to all students who will somedayhave their own home and family. Mr. lrgens and lim Cainer test an electrical circuit with a volt-ohm meter INDUSTRIAL ARTS fi- , Bruce Tarver practices his drafting by drawing circles with a compass. 34 Mr. Williams lrgens Industrial Arts Department Chairman Oregon State Universityg M. Ed. Mr. Merl Mitchel Social Studies, Industrial Arts Activity Director Kansas State Teachers College, Oregon State Universityg M. Ed. Nlr. T. A. Parr Industrial Arts Montana State Collegeg B. S. Mr. Wayne Purtzer Industrial Arts Colorado State Collegeg M. A. Mr. Francis Savage Industrial Arts Oregon State Universityg B. S, QBottom rightj: A goggled student practices the delicate art of brazing. KBottomj: A skilled pair of hands solder a wire onto a amplifier in Mr. Irgen's class 35 Gordon Hillesland ponders proof. Miss Dana Small Mathematics Department Chairman Reed Collegeg M. A. Mrs. Roberta Ferrero Mathematics University of lllinoisg B. S. Mr. Justin Allen Hagglund Mathematics Oregon State University, Pacific Uni- versity, University of Oregong M. Ed. Mr. Dan Hanby Mathematics Chicago Musical College, North- western University, Portland State Collegeg B. S. Mr. Paul Hansen Mathematics Reed Collegeg M. A. T. Mr. Robert Jacobsen Mathematics Lewis and Clarkg B. S, Mr. Edward Johns Mathematics Samuel Huston College, Prairie View A S Mg B., S. Mr. Henry Lind Mathematics Eastern Oregon College, Oregon State Universityg M. S. Mr. Richard Mabry Mathematics Portland State Collegeg B. S, Mr. Roger Price Mathematics University of Oregong M., A. 36 Bruce Hofer is challenged by a problem in mathematical integration. Nl A T H E M AT I C S Patti McCoy, Bonnie Allen, Bob Lovlein, Jim Coons, Dave Olson, Tim I-Ieitz and Doug Thompson contemplate the concept of functions and relations in algebra. 37 Whether preparing for a career as an engineer or a mechanic, an actuary or a salesman, a chemist or a house- wife, the high school student will need a solid background in mathematics. I-Ie may choose to meet the require- ment of one year of mathematics by taking a course either in general math- ematics, which extends his study of arithmetic and offers an introduction to elementary algebra, or in first-year algebra. From this point, he may ad- vance to courses in advanced algebra, plane and coordinate geometry, trig- onometry, and senior mathematics, which offer instruction on functions, limits, and progressions. lf, through the scores on standardized tests given during the junior year, the teachers believe a student does not have a great enough familiarity with lower mathe- matics, he will be required to take the course in consumer mathematics, a re- fresher course, as a senior. Through two special programs, ele- mentary school students in the eighth grade may take a standard course in freshman algebra. One of the programs, sponsored by the Portland Public Schools, presents the traditional high school program beginning with algebra and advancing through geometry, trig- onomeuy, and senior mathematics re- spectively. The other program, spon- sored by the University of Illinois Com- mittee on School Mathematics QU. L C. S. M. J, presents a four year in- tegrated schedule where plane and ana- lytic geometry are inserted between first and second year algebra, and the fourth year comprises progressions, summations, logarithms, and expo- nentials. For students enrolled in either of these programs, a fi.fth year offering more advanced work is avail- able. Both programs give college- bound students a more thorough prep- aration for the study of higher mathe- matics. Mr. lohn 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. Ed. Mr. George E. Pancheau Music Western State College, University of Colorado, M. Mu. Ed. Linda Riddle, Sylvia Hillesland, Nita Riddle, David Hall, W and Vicki Adams Complemeht the clarinet SGCUOH- The Franklin Orchesn-a performs at the Winter Concert. 38 Mr. Pancheau directs the Music Department, both vocal and instrumental units, at the annual Franklin Christmas Assembly. MUSIC Steve Morris reads as the "A" Choir sings for a Sunday morning KGW-TVbroadcast. 39 As an entertaining pasttime or a dis- ciplined skill, music offers profitable enjoyment for all students. Franklin's music department Offers a wide pro- gram of music designed to include as many students as possible. Able stu- dents may become members of the many instrumental and vocal, groups at Franklin. Students interested in learn- ing about musical form and the style of great composers may enroll in the half-year music understanding course. Involving a large number of students, the vocal and instrumental groups con- stitute the majority of courses in the music department. Instrumental groups include Band, Orchestra, and beginning instrumental music. Vocal groups in- clude "A"Choir, Girls' Choir, Madri- gal, Boys' and Girls' Glee, and several girls' ensembles.. Throughoutthe year, these groups perform before the school and the community. During the school's production of The Sound of Music, the orchestra performedthe en- tire score of the Broadway production, accompanying the singers and dancers. Last june, the Portland Rose Festival Association chose Franklin's "A" Choir over ninety others to perform at the Memorial Colliseum., Always in great demand for public appearances the mu- sical organizations at Franklin have made this department one of the best known in the city. Dick Jewell and Ron Bergstrom use teamwork in volleyball. Mrs. Josephine Ehm Health, Physical Education Department Chairman Alabama College, Peabody Collegeg M. A. Mr. Walt Buckiewicz Physical Education University of the Pacificg B. S M.r. Charles Dawson Business Education, Mathematics University of Oregong B. S. Miss Dorothy Dundore Health, Counselor University of Oregong M. Ed. Mr. Mel Fox Physical Education Linfield Collegeg B. S. Mr. Lynn Hewitt P. E. , Health University of Washingtong B. Mrs. Joanne Mead Health, Physical Education Bridgewater State Teachers Collegeg B. S. Mr. Donald G. Nelson Physical Education Counselor Linfield Collegeg M. A. Ed. Miss Beryl Piper Physical Education Lewis and Clark Collegeg B. 40 Freshman girls practice basic volleyball skills While Mrs. Mead Watches their progress. PHYSICAL EDUCATIO N Ron Earnest and an unidentifiable boy spot for high jumping Doug Bradford. 41 Education of the mind occupies most of Franklin's curriculum,but development of the body is not neglected. Freshmen and sophomores must complete courses in physical education, and sophomores receive instruction in health education. Gym courses include from ten to fif- teen minutes of calisthenics each day followedby organized activities. Boys play touch football, softball, basket- ball, volleyball, and soccer, and learn the basics of gymnastics and wrestling. Girls play volleyball, tennis, speeda- Way, and have instruction in tumbling and on the gymnastic apparatus. For four weeks, the girls' and boys' classes combine for a unit of social dancing. For one half of the sophomore year, stu.- dents take a health course, designed to stimulate good hygiene and safety practices. Health classes use many filmstrips and testing machines to fa- cilitate the driving and hygiene units. In addition to this, units on smoking and alcoholism are required. Inthe latter, a speaker for the State Liquor Control Commission lectures and an- swers questions. Two years ago, Franklin instituted a program to allow a limited number of juniors and seniors to continue physical education classes. The major purpose ofthis program is to give further train- ing to students interested in careers as coaches and recreational directors. Armed with the fundamentals of meas- urement, inquiry and proof, the science student enters our challenging world where many puzzling questions now go unanswered. His instructors will at- tempt to teach him the importance of curiosity and accuracy, but they will never teach him to be a scientist. They will provide basic facts and methods necessary to scientific inquiry and ob- servation, but they will not lead him through the course. All of the courses- -biology, chemistry, physics, and gen- eral science--demand that a student explore and experiment on his own, whether he is observing the actions of planaria under light, or watching col- lisions of two bodies in motion. Each student must meet the require- ment of one science credit, but many choose to receive more. Most of those who take only one science class enroll in general science. Those who con- tinue usually follow with biology, chemistry, and physics in that order. Advanced courses in biology, physi- ology, physics, and chemistry are of- fered to adventurous students who are college capable and who show interest and ability in the basic courses. No matter which courses a student takes in this department, he will learn by do- ingg he will discover the importance of experimentation, and he will learn to develop his own conclusions from data. Sharon Davis and Cheri Querubin write down their conclusions from experimental data Dan Green and Steve Kurkinen prepare slides for microscopic observation. 42 Miss Anne Bohlen Science, Department Chairman University of Nebraska, University of Michigang M. A. Mr. John Fletcher Science Oregon State Universityg B. S. Mr. Leonard Gehrke Science Washington State Universityg B. A, Mr. John S. Neeley Science University of Oregon, Reed College, Oregon State Universityg M., S. Nlr. Dario Raschio Science Oregon State University, Reed Collegeg M. A. Mr. Carlton E. Richter Science Oregon State Universityg M. Ed. Mr. Leonard W. Scheele Science Hastings College, Oregon State Uni- versity, Ohio State Universityg M. S, Mr. Joseph Sklenicka Science Omaha University, Oregon State Universityg M. S. John Kincaid delves into the tiny world of microscopic organisms. 43 Mr. Scheele instructs his class in the proper use of the Periodic Table. Social Studies teachers and courses have an important role in helping the individual develop into a well balanced member of our society, economically, historically, and politically oriented. The teachers try to develop an appre- ciation for our American way of life and the tools necessary for the operation of a democratic society. Duringthe freshman, junior, and sen- ior years, students are introduced to peoples culture, American history, political science, sociology, eco- nomics, and international relations. No social studies courses are required during the sophomore year, but a course in world history is offered. Advanced courses in contemporary problems, his- tory, and geography are offered at the senior level. Newspapers, magazines, radio, tele- vision, and movies are used to tie to- gether the past and the present. SOCIAI. STUDIES 44 Mr. James McKee Social Studies Washington Universityg M. A. Mr. Herman Becker Social Studies Reed College, University of Oregong M. Ed. Mrs. Clytis Belloit Social Studies Reed College, Portland State Collegeg B. S. Mr. lack Burri Social Studies Oregon State University, University of Oregong M. Ed. Miss Thelma A, Collins Social Studies University of Utahg B. A. Nlr. M X' C'tes fig J Sogial Sltlfdiiis H NJ IB ' Reed Collegeg M. A. T. M C Mr. Gale Davis Social Studies Oregon College of Education University of Oregong M. Ed. Mr. Gilbert Erlandson Social Studies University of Oregong M. S. Nlr. Marvin Flitcroft Social Studies Athletic Director Linfield Collegeg M. Ed. Mr. Gary E. lackson Social Studies Lewis and Clark College, University of Oregong M. E. D. QLeft page topl: Guest speaker gives students information on social work. fLeft page centerj: American history students study the "Industrial Revolu- tion. fLeft page bottonij: A panel leads a Mr. McKee emphasizes a point with a class discussion in economlcs. gggtu-pg and 3 nod. 45 Mrs. Marcell Maynard Senior Girls' Counselor Mr. Mike K., I. Rumpakis Senior Boys' Counselor Mrs. Emma Moore Junior Girls' Counselor Nlr. Donald G. Nelson Iunior Boys' Counselor Nlrsn Helen Weed Sophomore Girls' Counselor Mr. Robert Jacobsen Freshman Boys' Counselor Miss Dorothy Dundore Freshman Girls' Counselor lvlr. Donald Kearns Counselor Department Chairman Lewis and Clark College University of Cregong M. Ed. Mr Kearns 'ldvlses a group of sophomores on forecasting for next year 46 Mr. Rumpakis discusses a college application with senior, Don Cordi. COUNSELORS When any student has a problem with his schoolwork or getting along with teachers and other students, the coun- selling staff will attempt to eliminate the difficulties in private conferences with the student. Each of the four clas- ses has two counselors, one for the boys and one for the girls. Assuming the positions of counsellors when a class enters Franklin, the two teachers re- main with that class throughout its four yearshere. They devote from three to four periods each day to these duties, often remaining long after school is out. In addition to the time spent in their capacity as counsellors, they must con- duct their regular classes, often having to correct papers and plan their sched- ules at home each night. In addition the senior class counsellors are respon- sible for writing recommendations for each of their students who apply for college admittance or scholarships. Mr. Nelson examines the records of Mrs. Maynard fills out a recommendation for a senior girl's college application. several junior boys. 47 With 100 periodicals, nine thousand pamphlets, numerous filmstrips and records for use byteachers in the class- room, the library functions as a val- uable tool for teachers and students alike. Students may use the library during their study halls, or before and after school. They have over 17, OOO books from which to choose. These books may supplement class assignments and furnish much leisu.re time reading. Everyone is welcome to explore the possibilities the library has to offer. Mrs. Eleanor Norlin Head Librarian Reed College University of Washingtong M. A. Mrs. Marjorie Christensen Assistant Librarian Mrs. Ruth Lemery Assistant Librarian LIBRARY Students scan the shelves containing Chris Anspach, Bob Gallucci, Steve Ullman, and Sallie Taylor find the library a con volumes of biography and fiction., venient place to socialize, as well as to study. 48 Miss Dorothy Lee Morris English Language Development University of Oregon, Columbia University, M. A, Miss Ruth Scherfenburg Remedial Reading St. Cloud State College, University of Minnesotag M. A. SPECIAL EDUCATION Miss Scherfenburg checks her students progress during a vocabulary reading drill. Mrs. Austin supervises LeRoy Smith's progress with a braille typewriter. 49 Miss Ruth Scherfenberg's classes in re- medial reading provide students who have not developed their reading skills satisfactorily for high school courses. These classes are voluntary, open to any student who is concerned over his inability to read well., Each class is small, ranging from three to six pupils in order to give Miss Scherfenberg the time to work individually with her stu- dents. To keep the student constantly interested in the course, a variety of books, pamphlets, film strips, films, and word games are provided. With a desire to learn, a student may advance his reading level up to five years greater than when he entered the course. Miss Dorothy Morris's English language develo ment class one of onl two in Portlanlii, allows ,students wlilo have moved hom foreign countries the op- portunity to further their knowledge of English. Each student remains with Miss Morris until they are ready to be on their owninregular classes. When they first enroll inregular courses, they are on a modified schedule, staying in the de- velopment class for from one to four periods each day. Students in the class come from many foreign nations, in- cluding Cuba, Korea, the Netherlands, and Egypt. Machines, games, and books give the students not only a knowledge ofEnglish grammar but also the ability to react spontaneously in English., DAWSON RETIRES Yes, lwill retire at the encl of this year, and as l hunt and Fish around the world l'm sure that my heart will be left here at Franklin High. May you continue to have one of the Finest high schools in the worlal. Jc44V,,,,,,,,, lnFranklin's Golden Anniversary ye ar, Mr. Charles Dawson ended his teaching career, a career that has spanned over fortyyears. Mr. Dawson began his ca- reer in 1921 as a boxing coach at the University of Oregon. ln 1923 he trans- ferred to Wallowa High School, where he served as coach and as principal. From 1929 to 1941 he taught at Com- merce High School in Portland, coach- ing baseball, football, and basketball and teaching in the business depart- ment., Two of his baseball teams won the city championship., During World War II, Mr. Dawson served at Sabin High in Portland, coaching and instructing gym classes., In 1944, he transferred to Franklin Where he de- voted his entire time to the business department. During the past two years, he has again taught athletics, having two boys' gym classes.. Boys in freshman gym class learn how to handle ball., Mr. lames Manning Vocational Counselor: Cordinator of College, Scholarships, and lnfor- mation University of Oregon, University of California at Berkleyg M. S. MANNING AIDS STUDENTS Seemingly always working, Mr. Man- ning serves as the Vocational counselor and College and Scholarship Counselor of Franklin. Every student who grad- uates has occasion to venture into Mr. Manning's crowded and bustling office at least once duringhis high school ca- reer, whether it be to fill out a job application to complete a scholarship folder, or to sign up for college board tests. His patience and hurried signiture are fundamental to a day that often be- gins at 7:30 in the morning and con- tinues until 6:OO at night. During this period he might possibly introduce a fewjuniors tothe involved processes of college admission, encourage some capable but lethargic members of the Student Body to take National Merit or College Board tests, congratulate a sen- ior on his receipt of a scholarship, in- form someone of a wa iting summer job, or many other such activities. The large number of college admissions, scholarships, and successfully employed Franklin graduates and students attest to the capabilities and perseverence of this valuable member of the faculty. Dean Pfeander and Mr. Pierce listen intently to the first "Franklin Forum." THE FRANKLIN FORUM! Only in its second year, the Franklin Forum provides selected students with an opporttmity to attend lecttues by prominent local educators. Headed by Mr. Pierce, the Forum Steering Com- mittee obtains five speakers to talk on interesting and provocative subjects from a field of five general topics. The five general subj ect areas are art, music, science, literature, and social studies. The steering committee con- sists ofa group Qf ten teachers and stu- dents. One teacher from each of the areas of the forum topics are chosen, and the students are selected by a fa- culty committee. Hopefully, these lectures will give the student members abroaderknowledge, atthe same time stimulating them to critically respond to the speakers' ideas. With this goal in mind, the Franklin Foruin, an Ex- periment in Ideas will continue next year. "AN EXPERIMENT IN IDEAS" Dr. Maure Goldschmidt opens the "Forum" with a talk on political philosophy. 52 To open the second year of the Frank- lin Forum, Dr. Maure Goldschmidt from Reed College analyzed "The Log- ic of a Two Party System. " Speaking to the forum members before the na- tional elections, Dr. Goldschmidt placed particular emphasis upon the current Candidates for President, Barry Goldwater and Lyndon Johnson. Dr. Goldschmidt held an informal discus- sion after school for students interested in continuing this topic. Ji MI ii K hi k .1454 ,.,a. .ya I 3 ,All :Iii ' QflA4 A - wiv sX 1 4 .sf , f 'r'-2 f"5 f W? f ep, , xx gr A' ,M ,Q ' ,Tw MM I ', g. X 1 if ' 7' A if I1 Q iw V YN, Q' iv, ,X,: xzkv' 'Vs , rj K? .A Aa ,MW M.. Ji-.Lrg 3 ,F ,N w "Zig, we ' f' , - .. ' it -32 A N V 'Z - , - - A V V g ,W K Vg ,- .V . ,,, V, ga .. , V,,3.:,, M,-x.,.,.. ,k,q4VsV,,,5,,w,V-fVV,,i,e, AQ. V, ,VV , Q V w K ,awww - A -' WM - - " ! W wi V VW 415, " K -- - . 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M, ..,,,, , ,, . ,V K 5 - 'V--2-.:f'472:, ,, 'f,J,3Hf-2.5 ' ' g - K H Mfg we -A -V ' gf-" 2 Q 1 ,....-W" SB mf For some five hundred and seventy five Franklin students, the month of Sep- tember meant more than just the start of another school year. The class of 1965 was beginning its last year of high school. After this year, many would continue their educations at college, many would go directly to work or into the armed services. But no matter what their ultimate goal, their immediate aim was to enjoy to the fullest their senior year. There seemed to be no limit to the amount of activities and duties for them. On the Wednesday before school began, several seniors were invited back to orient the incom- ing freshmen to Franklin, the tradition- al responsibility of the graduating class. After school had commenced, they found that the class cabinet, led by President Harold Thompson, had ar- ranged a full schedule of events for them: Almost immediately, the cab- inet appointed a committee to plan the senior prom and one to plan the talent Seniors had a special thrill when their princess onthe Little Rose Bowl Court, Mary Velander, was chosen as queen. And they had a special sadness when they watched their last football game at Franklin., But the schedule provided no time for dwelling on memories. The senior class talent show was the first one of the year and hadto be prepared soon. Two and three times a week, college conferences were held around Portland to give interested students information about distant colleges and universities. College entrance examinations were coming up, and financial statements were due. Even some college dead- lines were approaching. And before long, term papers would be due and semester examinations at hand. But a break was coming up--Christmas va- cation. Of course before this period ofrest, the seniorshadto fill out wishes for the Post and make plans for attend- ing the annual Candyland Dance. Fi- nally, vacation came bringing the new year with it and a new semester. TALENT SHOW HIGHLIGHTS Harold Thompson F A L L T E R M QFront Rowlr l11dV Smith, Historian, Rick Snyder, Vice Pres., Carol Bergstrom, Sec., Luana Falaschetti Treasurer QBack Rowj: Bob Earnest, Carlene Hoelzer, Shirley Stariha, Shelley Hill, Sgts.-at-Arms. , S6 Rick Snyder Busily preparing for graduation, Frank- lin seniors found the spring term occu- piedby manytraditional activities and tasks. Before spring vacation had even come, seniors had ordered their caps and gowns for graduation. Shortly after this, they put intheir requests for grad- uation announcements and name cards. While these preparations were being made, twenty five senior boys trained and plotted forrevenge on their teach- ers in the annual senior--faculty bas- ketball game. Twelve other class members formed a rally squad devising spirited yells with which to humiliate the faculty at the game. To take even more time from the seniors' schedules, the class cabinet, lead by President Rick Snyder, began appointing com- mittees for baccalaureate and com- mencement exercises and continued work on the senior prom. Late in April, die schedule became more hectic than ever. Preparations for the selection of this year's May Fete Queen began with nominations in sen- ior social studies' classes. Thena class meeting was held to narrow the list of candidates to seven finalists. Before May Fete Festivities had begun, senior girls again competed for a coveted title --that of Franklin's princess for the an- nual Portland Rose Festival. Finally the two selections had been made, but no slacking of pace occurred. Term papers were due as were college noti- fication forms. Job interviews were being held for permanent employment after graduation. And the senior prom had arrived. Seniors enjoyed their last high school dance, gathering at the Masonic Temple which was decorated to fit the theme of "Emerald Isle, "' followed the next afternoon by the beautiful baccalaureate service. Soon after, commencementcame, displac- ing seniors from their positions as mem- bers ofthe Franklin High School student body. SENIORS SWING INTO SPRING Front Rowj jean Surbaugh, Pub. Chairmang Dean Howell, Vice Pres.5 Sonia Sommers, Treas.g Linda Lu Aurand, Sec.5 fBack Row, Marilyn Darby, Shari Kay Tinner, Kathy Hook, Bob Earnest, Sgts. -at-Arms. 57 Gene Albrecht Diane Bilquist Harold Black Pat Blake Don Cordi Sherman Coventry Marilyn Darby 4 Dave Decker Chris Duddington Twyla Edwards Janet Equall Luana Falaschetti Dennis Farber Steve Gilbert Dan Green i P 5 E We v x 4' -1 95--" , ,. if f r,.i if E l-.,l. . X QW' . 92 ri,, K We , E ',i'r 1 , '-" A' SENIOR MEMBERS OF "AN INVESTMENT IN KNOWLEDGE Glenda Gunderson Steve Jesl-ce Sharon Lee FALL PRESIDENT john McCloud .41 'I X f .Iii-I 3 I ' , f,.? y ITrrrr l i i Q Q riil NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ALWAYS PAYS THE BEST INTEREST." QBENJAMIN FRANKLIN I Carol McCafferty Kathy McCann Kathy McNerney Mike Michigami Sue Mitchell jan Monti June Pement Patti Prusak Joanne Randol Sue Richard Marga Sarriugarte Chuck Schrader Judy Smith Shirley Stariha Sallie Taylor SPRING PRESIDENT Steve Morris Marsha Terao Mary Velander Dian Wahl I ..f.. mf.--,-.l.,... qsgmgai ,,gyi,f,s,g!,s,gm?e5,15fw,qZ,3,g,.AWf 295-1' 1592? Q XY -- ,. f wcfzefewflerg g, geg55,igEE5a,fef 3 . ,:.55,:-' l2fs?74e2g1f2?i53?1egf lirxfiggilgslsszemif' -. , 1-1: ls: 52'-?e.9511:'f9f . , Y 11,,,:lw:1 ,,,,:,,f.,gi, k ,, ,k,.f 5 ., . , . , If f -ffk QE i E55 3 L- ' ' ' M ?g,,5f,- we ff ,em ff, ,, ,M , 2 151 V fp, .. - - ra 4 B yr - . ,, , XJ . ,. f- N ei.. 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' ' Y Barnes, Neil BGFHSTTI PUmelC' Bouder, Doug Bciusclw, Carole Beor, Cheryl Beigln, Henry Bell, David Bell, Doug Bermeff, Charles Bennington, Tim Bergstrom, Carol Bergsfrom, Ron Beruloef STUCY N i 6 1 Bilquist, Diane Blevins, Andrew Bradshaw, Lynne Briedwell, David Bifz, Sleve Blaclc, Harold Blake, Pal Blanton, Bolger, Karen Bonney, Suzanne Borschowa, Peter Bowen, Brafforw, LOf1l'll9 Braukmiller, Thelma Brenner, C,-Gig Brewer, Brokenshire, Diane Bf00kS, CUYOI Brooks, Jin 62 Sandrarae Kathy Joyce Brofherfon, Florence ,.-wi www ml Y 5512 lu , fm Wg 1 sw fi R3 skim in W, is K fp Fifi X f Nf'al'lwm .M N Z ZZ-fl' W Vffffvifi Sb iz F if .. All K no . 17 , l,".':fi5?S?3-:Egg ' will 5' imp gfammw 'f fi., - .,-15, Qz, A- z l , . I X , f Brown, Buelah Brown, Carolyn Brown, Kathleen Brown, Michael Brown, Robert Brown, Roberto Brown, Wolloce Buechler, Connie Buffon, Jerry L' Bufron, Sondra Bunnell, Eileen Bunting, Ethel Burlcenbine, Lynn Campbell, Sherry Carlson, Connie NW .5 M' ..,I1, 3,- : ,,., 1 .uw , X -2,13 -- C l2QiEfz'kl5l ' I EW 11. - ' ' as g l Q . Tfi iflii-" ' " ',1itx:,.?5: l ift ' ' 1, - 12,555 1 1, ug - , 55, 7 K :al- 64 Carlson, Judy Carroll, Susan Cary, Cheryl Cascicnlo, Lin Castellano, Anna Cavin , Edward Chamberlin, Walfer Cheney, Cliff Chenoweth, Tom Chilson, Theodore Cisco, Bob Clark, Mark Clow, Brian Coles, Darlene Combs, Susan Compton, Bev Conlee, Mclrcic Conyne, Greg Cook, John Cooney, Frank COOVUSS1 JUdY Cooper, Phyllis Corcli, Don Cosronzo, Diane Courrnier, Carl CLASS OF i965 Covenffy, 5l19VmC1I'1 Craven, Mary Crosby, Nancy "l'lo-Hum another one of Mr. Burri's lecfures, ycwns Glenda Gunderson. Currin, Jerry Daniels, Ken Darby, Marilyn 65 1' David, Dolores Davies, Terry Day, Mary Deary, Ron Decker, Dave DeDonafo, Nancy Deems, Debra Dempster, Margaref Dennis, Kathy DePue, Yvonne Dezeil, Karen DeVei'reo, John Dignan, Diane Dirks, Dennis Dodson, Cliff 1 l Dolan, Don Drenner, Judy Druck, Cdrolin Duddingron, Chris Dumas, Joanne Duncan, Sovcmcx Durr, Carol Earnest, Bob Ecslmon, Cindy Ecleline, Bob Edgar, Donna Edwards, Clwclrleen Edwards, Twylo Ellingson, Terry Ellis, Alonnci Emro, Jerry Engel, Tvmmy Equall, Janet Estes, Marry Evans, Sandro l i 67 Evans, Shirley Falaschetfi, Luana Fanfz, ROQGY Farber, Dennis Faris, Elias Faris, Norman Faulhaher, Judy Federici, -lcmel Foeller, Susan Fontana, Louis CLASS OF l965 Forbes, Claudia Ford, Kenneth Foster, Naomi Gene Albrecht, Ken Fuglee, and Mike Michi Fuglee, Kenneth Fuhrman, Rosemary Furfh, Sally gcml lloregroundl lgnole all cllslmcllons' M Q- -' Q j F aj..,,:v i .,. 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Hlmesf Rundle l-llromurof Ron Hlrscll' Pllyllls Hitclwman, Susan Hoelzer, Carlene Hogelfmd, Marlo Holmes, Rodney Hook, KQH-W Hopkins, Nancy Hopkins, Pam Hovey, Roy Howard, Mary Howell, Dean Hudson, Sheila Hultgren, Gibb Hunt, Dave 73 l l Iscxcxcs, Penny lsciclore, Gloria Jqcherfql Mary Jarvis, John Jeppeson, Jean Jeslce, Sieve Jewell, Candy Jirschele, Connie -lOl1nS0f1, GSOVQG JOhnSOn, Leuren CLASS OF i955 Johnson, Leon Johnson, Michael Johnson, Vecinne Jones, Mark Jones, MoryAnne Jones, Norma Jones, Richilrd Jones, Virginia Jordon, Wendo Kaech, Carol l o 4 l 74 Kohn, Diana Kuspcrek, Diane Kclsprowicz, George Kennedy, Patricia Kephcxrf, Catherine Kerr, Jeff Kidwiier, Doug Killhcxm, Curtis Kincaid, John King, Lowell Knapp, Corlene Koenig, More Kroley, Lindo Kreiling, Karen Kreftier, Jim Krigbcxum, Sandra Krumcmn, Diane Krupp, Judy Kurlcinen, Steve LcuBc:rre, Bill Lulwn, .lonef Lallie, Susan Lomberf, Bill Long, Kathie Larson, Terry Lciskey, Murcia Lauer, Eileen LeBrun, Ron Lee, Diana Lee, Garry Lee, Sharon Lewis, Clark Lindsey, Dona Long, Linda Leifheiser, Kathie Lenningfon, Sue Lenny, Pam Leslie, Marcia Lewis, Paul Lewis, Phyllis Leyfham, Toni 1-flake, Virgil Livesay, Bonne I-OmbCH'Ci, .lim "Speck or Veclders?" ponders Herman Schaffen Longvenis, Patricia Lorenzini, Yvonne bUr9' 77 EF '1- :,' Q v i 2295455 E .W :mgsfi -S W if ,Qi fa 'rffsxfffmvfw Nwgfifwggiai f5,A.W ,L ?512Q?sPi?Q2m mifffgs ww MQW ,M ,. 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Schroclc, Marjorie Schroeder, Mary Ann Schulman, Chris CLASS OF l965 Schwartz, Kathy Scott, Larry Seffonl Barbara Seliner, Don Setterberg, Gary Sewell, Randy Sharkey, Kathy Shea, Tom Sherman, JoAnn Shick, Marl ,uw S5 l Short, Randa Smith, Alison Smith, Bill Soo, Carl i Q ' 1 5 awwew ,,- 5-X, ifriii W, fi i,:.i . ..... ,,,-W., .W rtrez - 5-s4?Ji,,5:'s?'iEz1 1rw'EE??ff2:--Qlfswfgigs'Mgj?m:,j'ft:5,'E5E1'21sQ'2if!'??'7r-fs f giwt,, ..,M,, Qiigiwmmwtfw get M, M- . 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T I , A ' lagk q WL. .1m 7igi?iV1a1?SZi 'i 5, 91 York, Vickie Yowell, Kenneth Zellner, Doug Zimmermgnl Algm Zinzer , Eugene Scholarships Awarded To I964 Graduates JOYCE ANDERSON-FHS Faculty Sclwol. SHERRIDAN ATKINSON-FHS Lille Sclwmidlii Scl'1ol.g Honors Award at OSU. SUSAN AUBORN-Pac. NW Bell Worlc-Col- lege Plang PSC Lambert Fund Scl1ol.gMarcl1of Dimes Healtb Career Award in Nursing. DIANA BAUCOM-FHS Dad' s Club Sclwol. PHYLLIS BOLDER-Ellc's Leaderslti Award State Scbol. Comm. Sclolol. NANCY BOYD-Districtand County Sclwol, to PSC. KAREN CHARLES-OSU Sclwol.g Honors Pro- gram. cHERvLcRoFr-Am. Leg. Aux. unit tilts Scbol.g County and District Scbol. BEVERLY CROWTHER-PSC Sclwol.g Pac. NW Bell Work-College Plan. GARY DEEMS-Cornell Nat. Sclwal., to Cor- nell. MIKE DRAIS-Yale Univ. Scnol. LOUISE DUNLOP-Univ. ot Oregon SCIWOI- CLAUDETTE EBI-Willamette Univ.g Honor Scbol. and Honors at Entrance. PATRICIA ELDER-PSC Scliol . KATHY FLOYD-FHS Faculty SCl'1ol.g FHS Nat. Honor Society Sclwol. LARRY GIRVAN-PSC Scl'iol.g Am. Leg. Aux. Unit I Sclwol. STEPHEN GRAHAM-State of Oregon Voca- tional Rehabilitation Sclwol. CAROLYN GREEN-Oregon Congress ot Par- ents and Teacl1er's Scbol. P -- lst. in City for Girlsp FHS Dad's Club SCl1OI.j ALAN GRIFFIN-PSC Sclwol. NIKKI GRISANTI-PSC Scltol. JORJA GUTHRIE-Board ot Trustees Scbol. to Stanford Univ. MARYDITH HOOKER-Portland Rose Festival Princess Scbol. DOUGLAS HOWARD-Harvey Mudd College Sclftol. ARLENE .IERNBERG-Seattle Pac. MusicScbol PAMELA JONES-PSC Scbol. MARY LOU KESER-PSCScl1ol.g Pac. NW Bell Work-College PlangCarnation Co. , Elbridge A. Stuart. STEVEN KOLB-FHS Dad' s Club Sclfiol. NANCY LEE-Lee on Dong Benevolent Assn. Sclwal. CAROL MOORE-Pac. NW Bell WorR-Col- lege Plang FHS Faculty Sclwol. CONNIE MUMPER-Linfield College Sclnol. TOM NAKATA-Harvard College Re Scldol 9- -I Soromptomist Citizenslwip Award-lst. in Dis- trict and Reg.g Valeda Scl1ol.g JACL Nat. Sclool. JEAN O'BRIEN-FranklinAssociated Girl Stu- dents Scldol. DEL OLENSLAGER-Univ. ol: Penn. Gen. Univ. Sclwol. ALLYN ORME-NW Univ. Scbol. ROBERT PARKER-PSC Scbol. RICHARD PAYNE-FHS Parent Teaclwers Assn. Scliol.g lst Centennial Sclwol. to Univ. of Denver. KEN PIERCE-FHS Sclwol. ROBERT PLISKA-OSU Sclwol. Comm. to Univ. ot Oregon. CAROL ROBERTSON-FHS Faculty Sclwol. 92 KAREN SARRIGUARTE-OSU Scltol. SANDRA SCOTT-Western Timber Ind. Scltol. to Pac. Business College. ANN SHIRLEY-Univ. of Puget Sound Scl'1ol. and Honors at Entrance. BEN SKONNARD-PSU Sclnol. ARTHUR STOUTENBURG-US Nat. Banl4Worl4 -College Program. PATRICIA SULLIVAN-Univ. of Portland Han- ors at Entrance. VAL THOMPSON-PSC Scbol. GARY WEBB-FHS Dad's Club Scltol. LES WILLIAMS-FHS Dad' s Club Scliol. DAN WOLFORD-FHS Parent Teacl1er's Assn Sclwal. KEY TO SENIOR ACTIVITIES Pres. President V-Pres. Vice President Sec. Secretary Treas. Treasurer Clb. Rbtr. Club Reporter Parli. Par-Iiamentarian Hist. Historian IRL International Relations League AFM Affiliated Franklin Men AGS Associated Girl Students NHS National Honor Society RSP- Representative SB Student Body SC Student Council CC Career Conference YFC Youtb for Clwrist SENIOR ACTIVITIES A SUZAN AKERS Richmond--AGS Rep. 1, 2. Work. GENE HARRISON ALBRECHT Atkin- son--Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 Forum 45 CC Rep. 15 Letterman's Clubg Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. College. EMMABELLE ALEXANDER St. lgma- tius--AGS Rep. 5 Sorelle. College. LINDA RUTH ALFSEN Kellogg--Acs Rep. 25 CC Rep. 25 Pep Club 1. Col- lege. CONNIE JEAN ALLEN Girls Poly-- Work. RONALD AMEY Benson--Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 35 Baseball 25 Mg-r, 3, 45 "A" Choir 3, 4. College. DONNA MARIE ANDERSON Joseph Lane--Honor Roll 25 Perfect Atten- dance 2,35 SC Rep. College. JANE ELISABETH ANDERSON Arleta Honor Roll 35 AGS Rep. 3,45 CC Rep. 15 Phi Nu Alpha Pres5 Phi Delta chi, Chaplin, "A" choir 45 cms' choir 3. College. LAURIE ANDERSON St. Ignatius-- Honor Roll 2, 35 Perfect Attendance 35 AGS Rep. 1, 25 CC Rep. 15 Forum 45 IRL5 Tennis 3, 4. College. SANDY ANDERSON Kellogg--AGS Rep. 25 CC Rep. 1. College. CHRISTY ANSPACH Arleta--AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 35 Pep Club5 Make- up Crew. College. JEAN ANSTINE Arleta--Swimming 1, 2, 35 Undecided. Sl-IERI ARRUDA Taft High School-- Girls' Choir. Work. LINDA LU AURAND Richmond-- Frosh Sgt. at Arms5 Sr. Class Treas.5 AGS Rep. 15 SC Rep. 2, 35 Varsity Rally Pres. 3, 45 I. V. Rally V-Pres. 2. College. MICHAEL WAYNE AVERY Richmond --AFM Tres., Sgt. at Arms 15 SC Rep.5 AFM Rep, 15 AFM Sen. 2,35 Football 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. College. B GARY BABICOFF Cottage Grove High --Basketball 15 Band5 Orchestra. Col- lege. NLELINDA VAYONNE BACON Wood- stock--Honor Roll 25 AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 35 CC Rep. College. CINDY ELLEN BALLARD Atkinson-- AGS Rep. 1,35 SC Rep. 1,45 CC Rep. 15 Pep Club. College. NEIL J. BARNES Atkinson--SC Rep. 45 CC Rep. 35 Key Club5 LettermenVs5 Cross Country 35 Tennis 1, 2, 3. Col- lege. NADINE CHARLENE BARTEAX Kel- logg--Work. PAMELA J. BARNETT Arleta--Phi Delta Chi5 "A" Choir 3,45 Madrigal 45 Plays 4. College. DOUGLAS BAUDER Atkinson- -Armed Services CAROLE A. BAUSCH Atkinson--Hon- or Roll 25 CC Rep. 15 Sigma Phi Al- pha5 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 4. College. PATRICLA ANN BEAKE Hudson's Bay High, Vancouver, Washington--Hon- of Roll 4, NHS 4, AGS Rep. 45 "A" Choir 1. College. CHERYL BEAR Work. DAVID CHARLES BELL Joseph Lane- Work. DOUGLAS BELL Atkinson--AFM Rep. ALMANAC 3. College. CHARLES E. BENNETT Milwaukie-- Work. TIMM BENNINGTON Benson--CC Rep.5 Tennis 3, 4. College. CAROL BERGSTROM Woodstock-- Senior Class Sec.5 SC Rep. 35 IRL5 Varsity Rally Sec. , Hist., V-Pres. 3, 45 Pep Club. Work. RON BERGSTROM Nampa Christian High--Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track 45 Baseball 1, 25 "A" Choir. College. DIANE MERIE BILQUIST Atkinson-- Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS Tres. 3, 45 SB Pub. Chm5 Soph. Class Pub Chm5 AGS Rep. 1, 35 SC Rep 25 Jr. Prom Queen5 Pleiades, Sec.5 Sigma Phi Alpha Chap.5 Pep Club, "A" Choir 2, 3,45 Plays. College. STEVE BITZ Honor Roll--AFM Rep. 5 Wrestling. College. HAROLD McKEE BLACK JR. Kellogg --Honor Roll 1, 35 NHS 3, 45 Forum 45 AFM Sen. 35 Catalyst Sgt. at Arms5 Kappa Ohmega Lambda5 Track 1, 25 Cross Country 25 "A" Choir 2, 3, 45 Plays 3, 4. College. QUAKERETTE AND QUAKER: Kathy McNerney and Gordon Henderson. 93 SANDRARAE BLANTON Tumon High Agana, Guam--Work. KAREN NALANI BOLGER Kalani High, Honolulu, Hawaii--College. SUZANNE BONNEY Our Lady of Sor- rows--AGS Pres. , V-Pres. 45 AGS Rep, 25 SC Rep. 15 CC Rep. 35 Ten- nis 1, 2, 3, 4. College. PETE BORSCHOWA Joseph Lane--- College. KATHLEEN MARIE BOWEN Kellogg- Girls' Choir5 College. LYNNE BRADSHAW Cleveland High- Perfect Attendance 1, 3, 45 Bowling 2, 3,4. College. LONNIE BRATTON South Eugene High--College. CRAIG BRENNER Benson--AFM Rep. 5 CC Rep.5 Track 45 Wrestling 3, 4. Armed Services. JOY CE BREWER ATZKIIISOII- - Gl.Yl.S' Choir. Work. DIANE MARGARET BROKENSHIRE Atkinson-- College. SENIOR MOST ARTISTIC: Edd Nylander, FLORENCE BROTHERTON Wood- stock--Perfect Attendance 35 Col- lege. CAROLYN BROWN Atkinson--Honor Roll 35 AGS Rep. 2,45 Sigma Phi Alpha5 "A" Choir 3,45 Girls' Choir 25 Hi-Tones 1, 2, 3, 45 Plays 45 Make- up Crew 4. Work. DENNIS BROWN Woodstock--AFM Rep. 1, 2, 35 CC Rep. 1, 25 Key Pres5 Letterman's5 Fianchetto5 Bowl- ing Club5 Cross Country 1. College. KATHLEEN SUE BROWN Joseph Lane --Phi Delta Chi5 College. ROBERT LADD BROWN Atkinson-- Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 35 Track 1. College. ROBERTA BROWN Arleta--Honor Roll 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3,45 AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 45 CC Rep. 15 "A" Choir5 Girls' Choir. College. WALLY BROWN Richmond--SC Rep. 1, 25 AFM Rep. 25 Football 15 Wrestling 3, 4. Armed Services. JERRY DONALD BUFTON Arleta-- SC Rep, 25 YFC5 Kappa Ohrnega Lambda V-Pres.5 "A" Choir. Col- lege. Larry Miller, and Kathy Woodcock. 94 SANDRA ANN BUFTON Milwaukie High, Milwaukie, Oregon--Forum 4. College. EILEENE BUNNELL WOOdStOCk--AGS Rep. 5 Phi Delta Chi Sec. College. C CONNIE CARLSON Richmond Per- fect Attendance 35 AGS Rep. 5 Sor- elle I-list. College. JUDY CARLSON Atkinson--Perfect Attendance 2, 35 AGS Rep. 45 "A" Choir 3,45 Girls' Choir 2. College. SUSAN CARROLL Kellogg--Honor Roll 3, 45 AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 15 CC Rep. 25 Phi Nu Alpha Tres.5 College. LIN M. CASCIATO Medford High, Medford, Oregon--Honor Roll 2,35 Perfect Attendance 1, 35 Forum 45 Twirp Crt. King 35 Football 15 Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. College. ANNA CASTELLANO St. Ignatius-- Perfect Attendance 25 AGS Rep. 15 SC Rep. 2. Work. EDDIE CAVIN Creston--AFM Rep. 5 Work. CHERYL LYNN CARY Joseph Lane-- Art Staff 4. College. WALTER NEAL CHAMBERLIN joseph Lane--Baseball5 "A" Choir. Work. CLIFFORD GARY CHENEY Arleta-- Perfect Attendance 15 SC Rep. 15 AFM Rep. 25 AFM Sen. 15 Art Staff5 Track 1, 25 Cross Country 1, 2. Arm- ed Services. TOM CHENOWETH jefferson--Work. MARK A. CLARK Atkinson--Per- fect Attendance 25 AFM Tres.5 Foot- ball 1, 2, 3,45 Wrestling 15 Baseball 1, 2. College. BRIAN DOUGLAS CLOW Creston-- Honor Roll5 Perfect Attendance 1, 35 Track 25 Cross Country 2, 3. College. DARLENE DIANE COLES Kellogg-- AGS Rep.5 CC Rep.5 Girls' Choir 2. College. SUSAN E. COMES Richmond--AGS Rep. 4. Work. Sl-LERRY COMPBELL Creston--Honor Roll 35 Forum 3, 4. College. BEVERLY ANN COMPTON Creston-- AGS Rep. 15 SC Rep. 1. College. GREG CONYNE Atkinson--CC Rep. 15 AFM Rep. 35 Forum 45 Letter1'nan's Club5 Wrestling 15 Tennis 1, 45 Band 15 Plays 4. College. JOHN COOK joseph Lane--Work. PHYLLIS DARLENE COOPER Pitts- burg Sr. High, Pittsburg, California-- Honor Roll. College. DIANNE LYN COSTANZO Richmond- Ir. Sgt. at Armsg AGS Rep. 15 Forum 35 Delta Beta Phi Sgt. at Armsg Pub- licity Committee. College. CARL COURTINER Arleta--Honor Roll 35 SC Rep. 25 CC Rep 35 AFM Rep. 1, 2, 35 Forum 45 POST Staff5 IV Rally 25 Football 3, 45 Basketball 1, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Plays 3. College. EILEEN CRAVEN David Douglas-- AGS Rep.S Girls' Choir. Work., SHERMAN COVENTRY Creston-- Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 45 Per- fect Attendance 35 Forum 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 35 NHS Treas. College. THOMAS J. CURRIN Fairfield Jr. High, Highland Springs, Virginia. Undecided. NANCY CROSBY Richmond--Per- fect Attendance5 AGS Rep. Work. D KENNY LAVERN DANIELS Cleve- land--Football 1. Work. MARILYNN E. DARBY Atkinson-- Honor Roll 1, 45 NHS 45 Perfect Attendance 45 Forum 45 AGS Rep. 45 CC Guide 15 IRL Sec.5 College. TERRY DAVIES Kellogg--Thespians5 "A" Choir 45 Girls' Choir 25 Hi-Tones 3, 45 Makeup Instr. 1, 2, 3, 4. College and Work. MARY DAY Madison--Art Staff. Work and College. DAVID WENDELL DECKER Glencoe- Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 45 Class Sgt. at Arms5 AFM Rep. 2, 3, 45 For- um 45 Catalystg Letterman's Clubg Football Mgr. 35 Swimming Mgr., 25 "A" Choir 45 Plays 2, 3, 4. College. DEBRA ANN DEEMS Arleta--Honor Roll 15 SC Rep. 15 CC Rep. 15 Per- fect Attendance 2, 35 Forum. Col- lege. MARGARET DEMPSTER Atkinson-- Work. KATHY DENNIS Creston--CC Guide 1. Work. YVONNE DEPUE Arleta--AGS Rep. 4. College. JOHN DEVEITEO Woodstock--Soph- Class Sgt. at Armss SC RSP 2: 55 CC Rep, 15 AFM Sen. 25 Football 25 Track 1, 25 Wrestling 1. College- KAREN LOUISE DEZELL Kellogg-- Acs Rap, 3, sc Rep. 1, 2, "A" Choir 35 Girls' Choir 25 Hi-Tones 1, 2, 3, 4. Work. DIANE DIGNAN Marycrest--Forum 4. College. CLIFFORD DODSON Richmond--SC Rep. 1. Work. DAN DOLAN Creston--CC Rep, 5 Perfect Attendance 35 Track 35 Baseball 3. College. DOLORES DAVID Atkinson--Honor Roll 45 CC Rep 15 Perfect Atten- dance 1. WOFB. JUDITH EILEEN DRENNER St. Stephens--College. CAROLINE DRUCK Seaside High School, Seaside, Oregon. Undecided. CHRISTINE DUDDINGTON joseph Lane--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 45 CC Rep. 35 Perfect Attendance 35 Forum 45 Lambda Gamma I-list. 5 IRL, College. JOANNE DUMAS Marycresr High-- Acs Rep. 3, sc Rep. 2, Posr staff. College. SUSIE I., DUNCAN Cleveland High- AGS Rep.5 SC Rep. Undecided. CAROL DURR Creston--CC Rep. 5 Sorelle. College. E BOB EARNEST Woodst0ck-- Sr. Sgt. at Arms5 AFM Rep 3, 45 POST Staffg Key Sec, Tres.g Rifle Club Publicity Chrm.5 Football 1. College. CINDY EASTMAN St. Stephens-- Makeup Crew 4. College. DONNA EDGAR Arleta-Soph. Class Sgt. at Arms5 AGS Rep.5 SC Rep.3 "A" Choir 3,45 Girls' Choir 2. Col- lege. TWYLA EDWARDS Creston--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,45 NHS 45 Soph. V-Pres., Frosli Sgt. at A.rms5 AGS Rep. 1, 25 SC Rep 1, 2, 35 CC Rep. 1, 25 Thes- piansg lambda Gammag Publicity 4. College. TERRY D. ELLINGSON Kellogg-- AFM Rep. 3 Football5 Basketball. Work. ALONNA ELLIS Atkinson--AGS Rep. 3. College. JERRY EMRA Arleta--Letterman's Club 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, SENIOR BEST LEADERS: Suzanne Bonney and Harold Thompson. 95 SENIOR MOST ATHLETIC: Ron Bergstrom and Janet Federici. 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 4. College. TAMMY ENGEL Atkinson--AGS Rep. 35 Sc Rep.5 Sorelle. Work. MARTY ESTES Richmond--SC Rep. 25 AFM Rep. 15 Football 1, 2. Work. JANET EQUALL Kellogg--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 45 Perfect Atten- dance 1, 2,45 CC Guide 15 CC Chrm. 35 ALMANAC 45 Pep Club 1, 25 Lamb da Gamma5 Tennis 3, 45 Plays 3. College. SANDRA BETH EVANS Joseph Lane- Girls' Choir. College and Work. SHIRLEY EVANS Atkinson--Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3. College. F LUANA FALASCHETTI Kellogg-- Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 45 Sr. Class Tres.5 AGS Rep. 15 SC Rep. 2, 35 CC Rep. 2, 35 Forum 45 Pep Club5 JV Rally 2. College. ROGER HENRY FANTZ Richmond-- Honor Roll 1, 2,45 Sr. Class Sgt. at Arms5 Forum 45 AFM Rep. 5 Key Club. College. DENNIS FARBER Atkinson--Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 NHS 45 Class Sgt. at Arms 45 SC Rep. 1, 2, 35 CC Rep. 35 Catalyst Sec.5 Kappa Omega Lambda Lettermen's Club5 Key5 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4. College. ELIAS NAYIF FARIS Cleveland-- College. NORMAN FA RIS Cleveland- - NFL. College. JUDY FAULI-IABER St. Ignatius-- SC Rep. Work. JANET ELAINE FEDERICI Our Lady of Sorrows--AGS Rep. 35 SC RSP- 1, 25 CC Guide 15 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 4. College. SUSAN FOELLER St. Stephens--AGS Rep. College. LOUIS FONTANA Kellogg--AFM Rep.5 Football 15 Basketball 4. Un- decided. CLAUDIA JO FORBES Arleta--SC Rep.5 Girls' Choir. College. KEN FORD Atkinson--Armed Ser- vices. NAOMI FOSTER Lincoln--Office 4. College, WOTR. 96 JOHN FOWLER Ashland Senior High, Ashland, Oregon--Forum 4. Col- lege. KENNETH FUGLEE Kellogg--Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 Perfect Attendance 25 SC Rep. 45 CC Rep. 35 Forum 45 Jr. Prom Crt.5 Sigma Phi Alpha5 IRL5 Friars5 NMSQT Letterg Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 1. College. SALLY FURTH North Eugene High, Eugene, Oregon--College. G DICK GAGE Creston--Perfect Atten- dance 15 AFM Rep. 45 Football 15 Basketball 15 Baseball 35 Tennis 1. College. JOAN GALLAHER Lane--Honor Roll 2, 35 Perfect Attendance 25 Class Sgt. at Arms5 AGS Rep. 5 CC Rep. 5 Forum 45 POST5 Pep Club. College. BONNIE GALLANT Creston--Class Sgt. at Arms. College or Work. DONNA I.. GARLAND Arleta--SC Rep. Work. JOE GATTO Our Lady of Sorrows-- Football5 Basketball5 Baseball. Col- lege. LOUANN G. GEMMA Kellogg--CC Rep., 15 Perfect Attendance 35 POST 45 Phi Nu Alpha Pres. 2, 3, 45 Pep C1ub5 Tennis 3, 45 Property Crew 3. College. MARY GEREN St. Ignatius--Perfect Attendance 2. College. RICHARD A. GEROLD Western View Jr. High, Corvallis, Oregon--Art Staff. Undecided. DENISE GIANNETTI Woodstock-- Honor Roll5 Forum 4. College. TERESA ANN GIANNONE St. Ig- natius--Perfect Attendance 2, 35 AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 15 Pep Club5 Make- up Crew 4. College. STEVEN CRAIG GILBERT Granite Jr. High, Salt Lake City, Utah--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 45 SC Rep. 15 CC Rep. 1, 35 Perfect Attendance 2, 35 Forum 45 Catalyst Pres.3 NHS Sgt. at Arms5 Lambda Gamma Tres. 5 Kap- pa Omega Lambda Sgt. at Arms5 Friars5 Wrestling 1. College. SYLVIA GJESTLAND Durban Girls' High, Durban, South Africa--Forum 4. College. DIANE ARLINE GLASBRENNER Kellogg--Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 NHS 3, 45 Jr. Sgt. at Arms5 AGS Rep. 15 CC Guide, Rep. , Chrm.5 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 35 Lambda Gamma Sgt. at Arms5 IRL. Undecided. SALLY GODDARD Wilson--Forum 45 College, Work. FLOYD GODSEY Lord High--F0019 ball 1, 2, 3, 4. Armed Services. JOHN GOFF Lincoln High-- Stage Cr e W. Work. KATHLEEN A. GOURLEY Kellogg-- Honor Rollg Perfect Attendance 2, 35 AGS V-Pres. 5 AGS Rep. 15 ALMANAC 3,45 Band. College. SUSAN GRAHAM Sunset, Beaverton, Oregon--Girls' Choir 4. Undecided. NANCY ELLEN GRAUER Atkinson-- Honor Roll 15 AGS Rep. 2, 35 SC Rep. 25 Forum 45 Sigma Phi Alpha Pres.3 Band5 Orchestra. College. DAN GREEN Arleta--Honor Roll 1, 2,35 NHS 3,45 SC Rep. 45 CCRep. 1, 35 AFM Rep. 45 Forum 45 Perfect Attendance 25 Catalyst5 Lettermen's Club5 Muskets5 Tennis 1, 25 "A" Choir 2, 3, 45 Plays 2, 3, 4. College. DON V. GREEN Kellogg--CC Rep.5 Football 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. College. MARGARET EMILY GREER Atkinson --CC Rep. 35 "A" Choir 3, 45 Girls' Choir 2. College. EILEEN A. GRELLERT Kellogg-- Honor Roll 15 Jr. Class Sgt. at Arms5 AGS Rep. 2, 35 SC Rep. 35 CC Chrm. 1, 35 Perfect Attendance 35 Pep Club Squad Sec.5 Forensics Squad 45 Pub. Chrm 3, 4. College. DAVID GRIGGS Joseph Lane-- Kappa Omega Lambda. Work. LELA ANN GRIMES Richmond--AGS Rep. 1,25 SC Rep. 3,45 CC Rep. 35 "B" Choir 3, 4. College. KENNETH E. GUINN Greensburg High, Greensburg, Kansas--College. ARLAN GULLIFORD Joseph Lane-- CC Rep.5 AFM Rep. 5 Wrestling 1, 25 Baseball 25 Swimming 1, 2, 3. Armed Services. GLENDA GUNDERSON Creston-- Honor Roll 1, 35 NHS 3, 45 AGS Rep. 45 CC Guide 15 Forum 45 IRL Sgt. at Arms, Chaplain5 Pep Club 1, 25 Ten- nis 3, 4. College. H DAVID LEE HALL Atkinson--Band 2, 3, 4. Armed Services. JIM HALL Kellogg--AFM Rep. 25 Basketball 25 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Col- lege. JANICE HAMILTON Woodstock--AGS Rep. 5 Sigma Phi Alpha V-Pres.5 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 4. College. LINDA HAMILTON Atkinson--Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 AGS Rep. 45 Perfect Attendance 35 Forum 45 IRL5 Sigma Phi Alpha5 Lambda Gamma5 Bowling Club5 YFC5 "A" Choir 3, 45 Girls' Choir 25 Madrigal 4. College. PAULA HALvoRsoN Kellogg--AGS Rep. 2, sc Rep. 1, cc Guide 1, IRL see. 3,45 Pep Club 2. College. ELLEN HARDING Arleta--Voca- tional Training. Sl-IAWNEE FRANCINE HARDY Lewis- cc Rep., Phi Delta,Chi Hurst.. "A" Choir, Girls' Choirg Madrigalg Plays. Work. TILZER WILLIAM HARGREAVES At- kinson--Honor Roll 15 Perfect Atten- dance 35 Baseball 15 "A" Choir 2, 3, 4. College. PHYLLIS NOVELLA HARRIS Joseph Lane--AGS-Sec., V-Pres., Pres.5 AGS Rep. 35 SC Rep. 25 CC Rep. 25 Twirp Crt. 35 IRL5 Playsg Pub. Chrm. College. RODNEY H. HATCH Creston--Honor Roll I5 CC Rep. 5.AFM Rep. 15 Band. College. PEGGY HATFIELD Arleta--Forum5 ALMANAC 45 IRL Pres., V-Pres. 5 Thespians5 Sigma Phi Alpha5 Bowling Club5 FTA5 "A" Choir 3,45 Girls' Choir 25 Plays 3, 45 Makeup Crew 3, 4. College. MASON C. I-IAUGHTON JR. Rich- mond--CC Rep. 35 AFM Rep. 45 Football 15 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 3, 4. College. DENNIS GORDON HAYS Kellogg-- AFM Rep. 35 Kappa Omega Lambda5 Cross Country 1, 2, 3. College. JUDITH DIANNA HAYS North Bend Jr. High, North Bend, Oregon--Pep Club 2. College. RON HAYES Atkinson--CC Rep. 43 Forum5 Bowling Club5 Baseball 1, 25 Golf 3, 4. College. JANET C. HEARSUM Creston--CC Rep. 25 Perfect Attendance 45 Col- lege. MARY HENARIE Creston--AGS Rep. 1, 25 AGS Sec. 45 Frosh Sgt. at Arms5 SC Rep. 1, 2, 35 CC Rep. 15 IRL5 Pep Club V-Pres. 5 FTA. College. GORDON DEE HENDERSON Wood- stock--SB Pres.5 Soph. Class Pres. 5 SC Rep. 2, 35 CC Rep. 35 AFM Rep. 15 AFM Sen. 25 AFM Sec.5 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 45 Forum 45 AL- MANAC 45 Jr. Prom King5 Home- coming Crt. 25 AFM Pres.5 Key Club Pres. 5 Varsity Rally 3, 45 Basketball 15 Baseball 1, 2. College. RICHARD I.. HEMPEL Richmond-- Honor Roll 35 CC Rep 35 Forum 4. Work. 97 LINDEEN HEPNER Glencoe--Work. GORDON HERZIG Creston--SC Rep. 1, 2, 35 CC Rep. 15 Wrestling 1, 2. College. DAVE HESSON Arleta--SC Rep. 25 3,45 AFM Rep. 35 AFM Sen. 35 Let- termen's Club5 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. College. CHARLES HICKMAN Woodstock-- Bank5 Orchestra. College. DARWIN A. HICKS Joseph Lane-- Football 1. Work, Armed Services. DONNA HILL Wilson High, Tacoma Washington--Swimming 15 Girls' Choir 1. Work. ROBERT LEWIS HILL Lane--Wrest- ling. College. SHELLY HILL Kellogg--Sgt. at Arms5 POST 45 Bowling Club 45 Phi Delta Chi Clb. Rptrg Pep Club 1. Work. TED HILLARD Llewellyn--Wrestling 2, 3, 4. College. GORDON KENNETH HILLESLAND Woodstock--Honor Roll 35 AFM Treas. 45 SC Rep.5 AFM Rep.5 AFM Sen.5 Forum 45 Jr. Prom Crt.5 Band--Drum Major 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 25 Plays 1, 2. College. BARBARA MARIE HILLMAN Joseph Lane--Honor Roll 15 AGS Rep. 35 Perfect Attendance 2, 3. College. BOB HILSENTEGER Atkinson--Honor Roll5 Perfect Attendance5 SC Rep. 5 CC Rep.5 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 1, 25 Track 1, 3,4. College. RONALD HIROMURA Arleta--AFM Rep. 5 Forum 45 Catalyst Sgt. at Arms5 Bowling Club5 "A" Choir5 Band. Col- lege. JEAN HIRSCH Atkinson--Work. SUSAN HITCHMAN Portland Union Academy--CC Rep. 3. Work. MARLO E. HOGELAND St. Stephens --AGS Rep. 25 CC Rep. 15 Perfect Attendance 35 Swimming 1, 2. Col- lege. ROD HOLMES Washington High-- College. KATHY MARIE HOOK Kellogg-- Honor Roll 25 AGS Rep. 45 SC Rep. 2, 35 CC Guide 15 Sorelle Pres., Cor. Sec. 3, 45 Makeup Crew 2, 3, 4. Work, NANCY HOPKINS Our Lady of Sor- rows--AGS Rep. 4. College. PAM HOPKINS Creston--Honor Roll 1, 25 CC Guide 15 CC Chrm. 35 Forum 45 "A" Choir 45 Hi-Tones 1, 2, 3,45 Plays 2. College.' ROY DEAN HOVEY Albany High, Albany, Oregon--CC Rep. 2. Col- lege. GILBERT C. HULTGREN Kellogg-- SENIOR MOST TALENTED IN MUSIC: Joanne Randol and Jerry Bufton. Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 35 AFM Rep. 2, 35 Forum 45 Football 1. College. MARY JO HOWARD Richmond--SC Rep. 35 Pep Club 1. College. DEAN HOWELL Atkinson--Honor Roll5 Sgt. at Arms5 Sr. V-Pres5 SC Rep.5 CC Rep.5 AFM Rep. 5 POST5 Lettermen's Club Pres., V-Pres.5 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1,25 "A" Choir V-Pres. College. SHEILA HUDsoN Kellogg--AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 35 Forum 4. College. I PENNY LEE ISAACS Kellogg--AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 3. College. GLORIA J. ISADORE Irvington-- Work. J MARY ANN JACHETTA St. Mary's Academy--SC Rep. College. JOHNNY GILBERT JARVIS Arleta-- AFM Rep. College. JEAN JEPPESON Joseph Lane--AGS Rep.5 SC Rep. College. CANDACE JEWELL Glencoe--Honor R011 15 Perfect Attendance 35 AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 2, 45 CC Rep. 1, 35 Forum 45 Sigma Phi Alpha Hist. 5 Swimming 1, 2, 35 Tennis 2, 3, 45 "A" Choir 45 Madrigal 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Plays 4. College. CONNIE JIRSCHELE Joseph Lane-- CC Rep. 1. College GEORGE I.. JOHNSON JR. Arleta-- Football 2, 3. College. BILL JOHNSON Creston- -Undecided. LAUREN MARTIN JOHNSON Rich- mond--Honor Roll 45 Frosh Sgt. at AHHS5 SC Rep. 45 AFM Rep. 25 AFM Sen. 25 Lettermen's Club Tres.5 Foot ball 1, 45 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 25 Tennis 3,4. College. MICHAEL G. JOHNSON Kellogg-- AFM Rep.5 AFM Sen. 5 Forum 45 Lettermen's Club5 Football 15 Basket- ball 1, 25 Track 1, 2, 35 Cross Country 2, 3. College. VeANNE JOHNSON Joseph Lane-- Soph. Hist.5 Jr. Tres.5 AGS RSP- 3. 98 45 SC Rep, 2,35 CC Rep. 25 Jr. Prom and Twirp Crt. College. DICK JONES Benson--SC Rep. 35 CC Rep. 35 Football 1, 2. Work. MARK V. JONES Joseph Lane--Un- decided. MARY ANNE JONES Glencoe--CC Rep. 35 Forum 4. College. NORMA JOYCE JONES William Clark --Undecided. PAUL JONES Art Staff 2. Work. VIRGINIA JONES Arleta--AGS Rep. 25 CC Rep. 35 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 45 Sigma Phi Alpha5 Swimming 1, 25 Orchestra 2, 3, 4. College. WENDA JORDAN Richmond- - Col- lege. K CAROL KAECH Kellogg--AGS Rep. 45 CC Guide 15 CC Chrm. 3, Work. DIANE ROSE KAHN Our Lady of Sor- rows--Girls' Choir 25 Makeup Crew 2. Work. DIANE SUSAN KASPAREK Atkinson-- Honor Roll 45 Frosh Sgt. at Arms5 Jr. Hist.5 AGS Rep. 1, 2, 35 SC Rep. 45 Publicity Staff5 Pep Club 1, 25 JV Ral- ly 2. College. GEORGE KASPROWICA Gresham High--Band 3, 45 Orchestra 4. Armed Services. PAT KENNEDY Marycrest High-- Class Sgt. at Arms5 Forum 45 Phi Nu Alpha Presg IRL5 Bowling Club5 College. CATHERINE CECELIA KEPHART St. Ignatius--Work. JEFF KERR Kellogg--Perfect Atten- dance 1, 3,45 CC Rep. 1. College. LAWRENCE JAMES KILLDUFF Wood- stock--Wrestling 2. College. CURTIS KILLI-IAM Marshall High-- Work. JOHN M. KINCAID Atkinson--Honor Roll 3, 45 AFM Rep. 25 Forum 45 Let- termen's Club Sec.5 Football 25 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Cross Coun- try 35 Plays 4. College. LOWELL H. KING Perfect Atten- dance 1, 35 Band 1, 2, 3. College. CARLENE KNAPP Marshall High-- Posr 3,45 Pep Club 25 work. MARC L KOENIG Atkinson--Perfect Attendance5 Football Mgr. 15 Basket- ball Mgr. 15 Cross Country, Tennis Mgr. 1. Armed Services. LINDA KRALEY Richmond--AGS Rep. 25 Sorelle5 Pep Club. College. KARIN KREILING Atkinson--Sorelle Hist.5 Hi-Tone Hist.5 "A" Choir 3, 45 Girls' Choir 2. College. JAMES WILLIAM KRETTLER Arleta- Jr. Sgt. at Arms5 Track 1, 25 Wrest- ling 25 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4. College. SANDRA LOUISE KRIGBAUM Arleta- AGS Rep. 35 YFC5 Thespians5 Girls' Choir 1, 25 Makeup Crew. College. DIANE KRUMANN Centennial High- College. ROBERT STEVEN KURKINEN Cres- ton--Perfect Attendance 2, 3. Col- lege. KATHY KYLE Lewis--AGS Rep.3 SC Rep.5 Sorelle. College. L BILL LaBARRE Richmond--SC Rep. 15 Perfect Attendance 15 AFM Sen. 35 Fianchettog Lambda Gamma Sgt. at Arms5 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Swimming 2,3545 Orchestra. College. JANET L.. LAHN Lewis--AGS Rep. 15 Phi Delta Chi Pres, , Sgt. at Arms. Work. BILL LAMBERT Richmond--Perfect Attendance 35 Frosh, Soph., Sr. Sgt. at Arms5 Football 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2. Armed Services. KATHIE MARIE LANG David Doug- las--Girls' choir 4. Work- TERRY ARTPHIR LARSON Arleta-- College. MARCIA JEAN LASKEY Atkinson-- AGS Rep. 15 CC Rep.5 "A" Choir 3, 45 Orchestra 1. College. EILEEN LAUER Our Lady of Sorrows-- Undecided. BARBARA LEBENZON South Salem High--AGS Rep. College. RON LeBRUN Arleta--Class Sgt. at Arms5 AFM Rep. 25 AFM Sen. 1, 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Track 1. College. DIANA JEAN LEE Atkinson--Honor Roll 1, 2,35 Aos Rep. 2, sc Rep. 35 CC Rep. 15 Forum 45 Bowling Club V-Pres.5 IRL. - College. GARRY RAY LEE Atkinson--AFM Rep. 35 POST 3, 45 Lettermen's Club5 Football 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Wrestling 1, 2. Work. SHARON JEAN LEE Kellogg--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 2, 35 AGS Rep. 1, 25 SC Rep. 1, 35 CC Rep 35 Sigma Phi Alpha, Sorelle, NHS 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Plays 25 Pub. Staff. College. KATI-II LEITHEISER Cleveland--AGS Rep. 2, 35 SC Rep. 35 Forum 4. Col- lege. PATRICIA ANN LENGVENIS Wood- stock--"B" Choir 3, 4. Work. SUE LENINGTON Glencoe--Perfect Attendance 1, 2. COllegS. PAMELA A. LENNY Creston--Honor Roll 1, 25 CC Guide 15 Phi Nu Alpha 2. College. PAUL LENARD LEWIS Kellogg--"A" Choir.. Work. PI-IYLLIS D. LEWIS Kellogg--Per- fect Attendance 25 Girls' Choir. Work. TONI EILEEN LEYTI-IAM Woodstock- SC Rep.5 CC Rep.5 NFL. College. DONA LINDSEY Forum 4. Marriage. VIRGIL E. LIBKE JR. CTESEOI1--HOD- or Roll 45 CC Rep.5 AFM Rep.5 F01-- um 45 Lambda Gamma5 Lettermen's Clubg Basketball 15 Golf 3,4. Col- lege. BONNE LIVESAY Sellwood--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 45 Jr. Sgt at Ar-ms5 AGS Rep. 35 CC Guide 15 For- um 45 Pep Club 1, 25 Pleiades Pres. 45 Fianchetto Pres. 3, 45 Catalyst Sec. 2, 3, 45 Kappa Omega Lambda5 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band5 College. SUSAN L LOLLI Woodstock--WOTI4. SENIOR MOST STUDIOUS: Jan Monti and J JIM LOMBARD Cleveland High-- AFM Rep.5 Football 1, 2, 45 Track 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 2. College. LINDA MARIE LONG Ar1.1n.0n--wO.1. and College. YVONNE LORENZINI Kellogg--Per- fect Attendance 35 Jr. Sgt, at Armgg AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 1, 2, 3, 45 CC Guide 15 Pep Squad Leader. College. LINDA RAE LORUSSO AGS Rep. 1, 2, 35 SC Rep. 2, 3. College. CAMIE LUCZAI Joseph Lane--AL- MANAC5 Thespians. College. TOM LUEB Washington High--SC Rep. 15 Football 1. College. JOAN MARION LUNDE Hillsboro Union High, Hillsboro, Oregon-- Sorelle Tres., 45 Girls' Choir 3. C01- lege. M JOHN LAURENCE MacDANlELS Glencoe--Forum 4. College. LORA D'AN'N MAHLER Jose h Lane - P - Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 Perfect Attendance 25 CC Rep. 2, 35 Forum 4. College. ohn Mc Cloud. 99 RALPH S. MARCONI Woodstock-- Soph. Class Pres.5 SC Rep. 45 CC Rep,5 AFM Rep. 35 Soph. Twirp Crt.5 Jr. Prom Crt.5 Lettermen's Club5 Football 1, 25 Basketball 15 Baseball 1, 3. College. DONNA MAY MARL Creston--Acs Rep.5 sc Rep. 3. College SI-IERRY LYNN MARLER Atkinson-- Perfect Attendance 1. Work. STEVE MARTELL Joseph Lane--Work. SUE MATTHES Creston--AGS Rep, 45 SC Rep. 15 "A" Choir 3, 4. Col- lege. VICKI MCANDREWS Joseph Lane-- AGS Rep. 15 SC Rep. 3. Undecided. FEE JAMES McBEE Atkinson--Col.. ege. CAROL MCCAFFERTY Arleta--Hon- or Roll 1, 25 CC Guide 15 Perfect Attendance 2, 35 Lambda Gamma P1'es.5 Sigma Phi Alpha5 "A" Choir 45 Girls' Choir 25 Hi-Tones 1, 2, 3, 4. College. MICHAEL JOSEPH Mc CAMMAN At- kinson--CC Chrm. 2, 45 Class Sgt. at Arms5 Perfect Attendance 2, 35 Forum 45 ALMANAC 45 IRL5 Bowling Club5 Cross Country 35 Plays 4. College. KATHLEEN M. MCCANN Woodstock- -Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 NI-IS 45 SC Rep.5 CC Guide5 Forum 45 Pleiades. Col- lege. PAM MCCARTHY Creston--I-Ionor Roll 25 SC Rep. 25 CC Rep., 15 Girls' Choir 2. College. DARLENE JOYCE MCCASKEY Round Lake, Dubuc, Saskatchewan, Canada --AGS Rep. 3. Work. MARVIN G. MCCLAIN Grout--Art Staff. College, Work. WILLIAM NORMAN MCCLENOHAN Richmond--SC Rep.5 AFM Rep. Col- lege. JOHN MCCLOUD Arleta--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS Pres.5 AFM Sec.5 SC Rep. 1, 35 Perfect Attendance 25 For- um 45 IRL Clb. Rptr.5 Friars Sec.5 NMSQT Finalist. College. ANITA M. MCCLUNG Joseph Lane-- AGS Rep.5 SC Rep. W'ork. KELLY MCCORMICK Creston--SC Rep. 35 AFM Rep. 25 Football 15 Bas- ketball 15 Baseball 1, 3, 4. College. MIKE MCCRAY Madison--CC Rep. College. JAMES THOMAS MCDERMOTT Ben- son--College. MARCIA McKAY LESLIE Bancroft Jr. High, San Leandro, California--SC Rep. 15 YFC5 Phi Nu Alpha V-Pres.5 Band 3, 4. College. BILL McKEE Woodstock--CC Rep. 3. College, Work. MARCIA McKEE St. Mary of the Valley, Beaverton, Oregon--POST. Work. ROBERT McLELLARN Sellwood-- Honor Roll 2, 35 SC Rep. 45 CC Rep. 35 AFM Rep. 2, 35 Track 1, 25 Cross Country 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 25 Swim- ming 3. College. KATHLEEN ANN MCNERNEY sf. Ig- nam..--Honor R011 1, 2, 3,45 NHS 3, 45 AGS Sec.5 Class V-Pres.5 AGS Rep. 45 SC Rep. 1, 25 Perfect Attendance 35 Forum 45 Jr. Prom Crt.5 Pleiades Treas.5 NHS Sgt. at Arms5 IRL Pres.5 Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4. College. RONALD GLEN MCPI-IEARSON Kel- logg--AFM V-Pres. , Rep. , Sen. 5 Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 25 Track 1, 2. College. LINDA JOY MCQUAW Kellogg--AGS Rep.5 SC Rep. College. TERRY L. MEALEY Creston--SC Rep. 1, 2, 35 I-Ii-Tones Pres.5 "A"Choir5 Girls' Choir5 Plays. Work. CLIFFORD LEROY MENZIES Benson-- CC Rep. 25 AFM Rep. 2, 45 Football 15 Basketball 15 Track 1, 25 Wrestling 2. College. RICK MEYER Arleta--AFM Rep. 3 Stage Crew. Undecided. MIKE MICHIGAMI Creston--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 45 SB V-Pres.5 AFM V-Pres, 5 Jr. Class Pres. 5 SC Rep. 15 Jr. Class Pres.5 Forum 45 Jr. Prom Crt. 5 Homecoming Crt. 45 Friars V- PFES., Sigma Phi Alpha Plmt.5 Key Club Sec. -Treas. 5 NMSQT Letter5 Track 25 Band 1, 2, 3. College. WILI-IELMINA J. MIDDLEHOVEN Thorbecke Lycedum, Arnhem, The Netherlands--AGS Rep. 3. College. T RUSSELL MILES Izzee High, Izzee, Oregon--Honor Rollg CC Rep.5 AFM Rep,5 AFM Sen.5 Lettermen's Club5 Football 15 Track 15 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 25 Plays. COlIege. LARRY MILLER Benson--Honor Roll 25 Perfect Attendance 2, 35 AFM Rep.5 Art Staff5 Football 25 Wrestling 1, 3,45 Tennis 1, 45 Pub. Committee. College. PAULA ANN MILLER AGS Rep. 35 SC Rep. 1, 25 CC Rep. College. SUSAN ELAINE MITCHELL Kellogg-- Honor Roll 35 NHS 45 AGS Rep, 1, 25 SC Rep. 2,45 CC Rep. 15 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 35 POST Editor. Col- lege. 100 PHILIP M. MOEN Lewis--Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 35 CC Rep. 1, 35 Track 15 Cross Country 2. College. ROGER MOEN Lewis--Perfect Atten- dance 1, 2, 3,45 AFM Sen., 35 Foot- ball 25 Track 15 Cross Country 1. Col- lege. JAN MONTI St. Ignatius--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 45 AGS Rep. 1, 25 SC Rep. 25 CC Rep. I, 2, 35 Per- fect Attendance 25 Forum 45 IRL5 NHS Chaplain. College. JOAN RAE MOORE Lake Oswego Jr. High, Lake Oswego, Oregon--AGS Rep. 2. College. MARY ELLEN MOORE Atkinson-- CC Rep. 25 Sorelle Sec.5 Thespians5 Pep Club 25 Plays5 Makeup Crew. Work. STEVE MORRIS Arleta--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 45 SC Rep. 1,35 AFM Rep. 25 Forum 45 NHS Pres. , V-Pres. 3, 45 IRL Plmt. 5 NMSOT Finalist5 Friars Treas. 5 Basketball 1, 25 Track 1, 2, 35 Cross Country 1, 25 Plays 2, 3, 4. Col- lege. JUDY ANN MOSHBERGER Creston-- AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 15 CC Guide 15 Pep Club Sec.5 IRL V-Pres. College. PAT MOWDY Our Lady of Sorrows-- CC Rep.5 AFM Rep.5 Basketball 15 Baseball 2. College, Work. DEAN EVERRETT MOXLEY Kellogg- -Perfect Attendance 25 AFM Rep. 2, 45 Football 15 Track 1, 25 Wrestling 25 "A" Choir Pres. 3,4. Cellege. DIANA LOUISE MULLEN Madison-- Perfect Attendance 1, 2. Work. GARY MULLENI-IOFF Benson-- Armed Services. BARBARA MUNSON Kellogg--Jr. Sgt, at Arms5 AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 25 "A" Choir 3, 45 Girls' Choir 25 Hi- Tones 1, 2, 3, 45 Plays. Work. BARBARA MURDOCK Kellogg--YFC. Work. N DAN NAIL Arleta--Football 15 Wrest- ling 1. Work. MIKE NEEL Benson--Football 2. Work, College. CONNIE JEAN NEELAND Arleta--Phi Delta Chi Sgt. at Arms. College. SYLVIA E. NELSON Arleta--Work. GEORGENE NEUMANN Creston-- AGS Rep. 45 CC Rep. 15 Perfect Attendance 1, 25 Forum 4. College. PATRICIA DLANNE NEWELL Joseph Lane--AGS Rep., SC Rep., Tennis 3. College. NANETTE NONNE Creston--AGS Rep. 2, 3, 4, sc Rep. 2, 3, 4, cc Rep. 1, 3, Forum 4. Beauty College. DONNA NOREN Kellogg--Honor Roll 1, Perfect Attendance 2, AGS Rep. 3, Forum 4, IRL, YFC Pres. College. EDD NYLANDER Kellogg- -HOHO1' Roll 1, 2, 3, SB V-Pres., Perfect Atten- dance 1, SC Rep. 2, 3, AFM Rep. 1, 3, 4, Forum 4, Friars. College. MARTIN MILO NYSETH Joseph Lane --SC Rep., Lettermen's Club, Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, Wrestling 1, 2, Tennis 3. College. O JIM OLENSLAGER Atkinson--Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4, Forum 4, Bowl- ing Club Sec., Catalyst Club. Col- lege. BRUCE O'NEILL Arleta--AFM Rep., Tennis, Plays. COHGSG-1 DAVID ORAZIO Central--AFM Rep. Work. JOAN LOUISE ORCUTT Woodstock-- CC Rep. 1. College. P KAREN PANCI-IEAU Woodstock-- Honor Roll, AGS Rep. 3 Sorelle V- Pres., Sigma Phi Alpha Hist., Band 1 2, 3, 4, "A" Choir 3, Orchestra 3, 4, Plays 2, 3. College. I DONALD PARKS Kellogg--YFC, Armed Services. ROY PATRICK Cleveland--Baseball. Armed Services. RUDIE PAUL Richmond--Perfect Attendance, AFM Rep. , Key, Wrest- ling 2, 3. College, Work. SPLARON PAYNE Arleta--AGS Rep., SC Rep., CC Rep. College. TONI PAYNE Pep Club 2. College. KAREN ELAINE PEARSON Richmond --AGS Rep., sc Rep., IRI.. College. MICI-LAEL B. PEARSON Entunclaw High, Enumclaw, Washington--Armed Services. SHARON S. PEEK Marysville--Sigma Phi Alpha Sec., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra 3, 4. College. FLORA ANN PELLUM Cleveland-- Acs Rep. 2, sc Rep. 2. College. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Diane Bilquist and Mike Michigami. JUNE ESTELLE PEMENT Atkinson-- GARY POLIARD Hudson's Rey High, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, CC Chrm. Vancouver, Washington--College. 1, Perfect Attendance 1, Forum 4, NHS Chaplain, Hist., Lambda Gamma V- Pres. College. THOMAS W. PERRIN Creston--Hon- or Roll 2, Perfect Attendance 3, AFM Rep., Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Track 2. College. DEAN A. PFAENDER Richmond-- Forum 4, Sigma Phi Alpha Sgt. of Arms, Track 1, 3, Wrestling 1, Cross Country 1, 2, Tennis 2, "A" Choir, Madrigal, Band, Orchestra, Plays. College. SUE PHILLIPS Joseph Lane--AGS Rep. 2, SC Rep., 1, CC Rep., Chrm. 3, Forum 4. College. KAREN PIERCE Woodstock--AGS Rep. 1, CC Rep. 3. College. JERRY PIRO Creston--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Jr. Sgt. at Arms, Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, Forum. College. ALBERT TIREY PITTS Woodstock-- College. JOANNE PLACZEK Jefferson--SC Rep. 1, Pep Club 2, 3. College, Work. 101 FRED AUSTIN POUJADE Kellogg-- Honor Roll 1, 2, Soph. Sgt. at Arms, cc Rep., 3, AFM Rep., ALMANAC, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Wrestling 1, 2. College. CARLA PRIER Richmond--AGS Rep. 1, SC Rep. 3, Plays, Makeup Crew, Publicity Committee. College. CHERYL PROFFITT St. Ignatius-- AGS Rep. 1. College. TERESA ANN PROFFITT Richmond-- Armed Services. PATTY JO PRUSAK Atkinson--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS V-Pres. 3, 4, AGS Rep. 1, 2, SC Rep. 1,2, CC Rep., Chrm. 1, Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, Forum 4, IRL, Pleiades. College. DENNIS JAMES PUETZ Kellogg--SC Rep. 3, Perfect Attendance 2, 3, Base- ball 1, Wrestling 1. College. Q BEVERLY D. QUAL Birmingham, Los Angeles, California--Art Staff. Work, College. R BOB RAMBO Arleta--SC Rep.5 Track 1. Undecided. JOANNE RANDOL Arleta--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS Sec. , Pub. Chrm. 45 AGS Hist. , SeC.5 AGS Rep. 2, 35 SC Rep. 25 CC Rep. 2, 35 Pub. Staff 45 Thespians5 Sigma Phi Alpha Clb. Rp11.5 Pleiades5 "A" Choir Sec., Treas. 5 Madrigal5 Harmonines Hist.5 Plays5 Pub. Committee. Work. WYLENE DELL REECE Richmond-- AGS Rep.5 SC Rep. 3. Work. SUSAN LEE RICHARD Good Counsel Chicago, Illinois--Honor Roll5 NHS Sec.5 AGS Rep. 5 Forum 4. College. LINDA DARLENE RIDDLE Amos Alonzo Stagg, Stockton, California-- Perfect Attendance 45 Sigma Phi Al- pha5 Band 3, 45 Orchestra 4. College. 3 DON RIEGELHUTH Woodstock--Foot- ball 1, 2. Work. SUSAN FRANCES ROBERTS Atkin- Son--AGS Rep.5 SC Rep. Work. FRANCES JANE ROBINETT Madison- College. PAMELA KAY ROBINSON Richmond- -AGS Rep. College. TOM ROCKS Atkinson--Wrestling 25 Baseball 1. College. JIM ROLEY Creston--Honor Roll 45 SC Rep. 35 Swimming 1, 25 "A" Choir 2, 3, 4. College. RALPH JAMES ROSSI Ar1eta--Per- fect Attendance 15 AFM Rep. 2, 35 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Baseball 4. College. MIKE ROUW Joseph Lane--Honor 1301145 Soph. Sgt. at Arms5 SC Rep. 2, cc Rep. 2, AFM Rep. 2, AFM sen, 35 Football 25 Football 25 Wrestling 1, 2,3545 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 "A" Choir 2, 3, 4. College. S BETH MARY SAHLI St. Mary's Aga- demy--Honor Roll 45 Forum 4. Col- lege. SHARON LEE SAPP Richmond--AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 2,35 CC Rep. 1. Work. MARGA SARRIUGARTE Joseph Lane --Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 NHS 45 SB Sec.5 Frosh Sec.5 Soph. Sec.3 Jr. Treas.3 AGS Rep. 1, 2, 3, 45 SC Rep. 2, 35 CC Rep. 1, 25 Forum 45 Jr. Prom Crt.5 Twirp Crt.5 IRL Sgt. at Arms5 Thes- pians5 Plays. College. SENIOR MOST SPIRITED: Rick Snyder and Carol Bergstrom. 102 HERMAN SCHATTENBERG Atkinson- -Honor Roll 35 Perfect Attendance 15 AFM Rep. 1, 2, 35 AFM Sen. 45 Let- termen's Club5 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball. College. BOB SCHNIORL Creston--SC Rep.5 AFM Rep.5 Basketball 15 Baseball 3, 45 "A" Choir. Work. JOSEPH SCHNEIDER Richmond-- Honor Roll 2, 35 Perfect Attendance 35 Forum 45 Key Club5 Basketball 25 C1-OSS Cguntry 2, College. NANCY JEAN SCHNEIDER Our Lady of Sorrows--College. CHARLES RAYMOND SCHRADER Creston--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS Sgt. at Arms 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 2, 45 SC Rep, 1, 3, 45 CC Rep. , Chrm. 1, 35 AFM Rep. 25 Forum 3, 45 ALMA- NAC Editor5 NMSQT Letter5 Sigma Phi Alpha Pres. 5 Key Club V-Pres. 5 Friars Hist. 5 Lambda Gamma Clb. Rpm, 5 Lettermen's Club5 IRL Treas. 5 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Plays 2, 4. College. MARGE SCI-IROCK Sierra Jr. High-- AGS Rep. 4. SC Rep. 4. CC Bern 35 505.6116 Sgt, at A1-mg, Undecided. CHRIS SCHULMAN Kellogg--Honor Roll 35 Jr. Class Pres.3 AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 45 CC Rep. 35 Forum 45 IRL. College. KATHY SCHWARTZ Arleta--Honor Roll 35 Soph. Sgt. at Arms5 AGS Rep. 1, 2, 45 SC Rep. 1, 35 Forum 45 Pep Club Squad Leader5 "A" Choirg GiI'1S' Choir. College. LARRY SCOTT Bomb High, Bois., Idaho--College, Work. RON S. SCOTT Wallowa High-- Work. BARBARA FRANCES SEFTON Creston --Honor Roll 2, 3,45 AGS Rep. 15 SC Rep. 25 Forum 45 Lambda Gamma Sec. College, Work. DON SELINER Creston--Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 4. College. GARY SETTERBERG Kellogg--Jr. Sgt. at Arms5 AFM Rep. 1, 25 Bas- ketball 2, 35 Track 45 Swimming 2. College. RANDALL SEWELL Cal Young Jr. High, Eugene, Oregon--Honor Roll 25 Perfect Attendance 1, 25 Track 1, 25 Cross Country 2. College. KATHY SI-LARKEY Saint Joachim's Madera, California. College, Work. TOM SHEA Joseph Lane--AFM Rep. 5 AFM Sen. 5 Catalyst Sgt. at Armsg Track 2. College. JO ANN SHERMAN Richmond--Jr. Class Sgt. at Arms5 AGS Rep. 1, 35 SC Rep. 2,45 IRL5 Pep Club 1, 2. College. MARYL SHICK Clover Park High, Tacoma Washington--Work. RANDA SHORT Joseph Lane--CC Rep. 35 Phi Delta Chi V-Pres. Col- lege. RONALD SIDIS Kellogg--CC Rep.5 Football 1, 25 Basketball 1, 3, 4. Col- lege. DLANE SIVERSON Richmond--Honor Roll 25 Sorelle Treas. College. ALICE SKELTON Joseph Lane--AGS Rep. 25 Perfect Attendance 2. Work. JULIE SMALL Kellogg--Soph. Sgt. at Arms5 AGS Rep. 45 Perfect Attendance 15 Forum 3,45 Pep Club Sec., Treas. College. BILL SMITH Arleta--Honor Roll 1, 3, 45 SC Rep.5 AFM Rep. 5 Forum 45 Football 15 Tennis 25 Golf 1. College. DIANE ELIZABETH SMITH Richmond --AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 25 Art Staff. Work. LeROY SMITH Arleta--Football 1. Work. MARSHA RUTH SMITH Richmond-- College. KATHLEEN SN.ODGRASS Our Lady of Sorrows--AGS Rep. 35 Perfect Atten- dance 2. College. JUDY SMITH Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 43 lr. Class Sec.5 Sr. Class Hist.5 AGS Rep. 5 SC Rep. 5 Perfect Atten- dance 1, 2, 3, 45 Forum 45 NHS Pub. Cl1I'1'1'1.j Pleiades Hist. College. RICK SNYDER Lewis--Sr. Class V- Pres. , Pres.5 AFM Rep. 15 AFM Sen. 25 Lettermen's Club5 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 2. College. BETTY ANN SOLIJAGA Richmond-- Honor Roll 25 Class Treas.5 AGS Rep. 1, 2, 35 SC Rep. 25 Perfect Attendance 25 Jr. Prom Crt. College. SONIA LEA SOMMERS Creston-- Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 SC Sec.5 Sr. Class Sec.5 Frosh Sgt. at Arms5 AGS Rep. 1, 25 SC Rep. 2, 45 CC Rep. 35 Forum 45 Pep Club Squad Leader5 IRL5 Sigma Phi Alpha5 "A" Choir5 Girls' Choir5 Plays. College. I.ANA L. SOUTH Work. VICKI ANNE SPRINGAY Richmond-- Perfect Attendance 15 Phi Nu Alpha V-Pres.5 "A" Choir 3,45 Girls' Choir 25 Hi-Tones 1, 2, 3, 45 Plays. College. SENIOR MOST TALENTED IN DRAMA: Candy Jewell and Steve Morris. SHIRLEY ANN STARIHA Kellogg-- Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 3,45 Sr. Class Sgt. at Arms5 AGS Rep. 45 Per- fect Attendance 35 Forum 45 Bowling Club 35 Pleiades. College. GERALD S TEWART Woodstock--For- um 4. College. GAY LEE STRYKER Creston--Honor Roll 35 AGS Rep. 35 SC Rep. 25 Per- fect Attendance 45 Forum 45 Thes- pians5 Sorelle5 Catalyst5 NFL5 Swim- Ming 1, 25 Band 1, 25 Plays 35 Pub. Chrm. 4. College. STARLA MAY STULLER Astoria High, Astoria, Oregon--CC Rep. 35 "A" Choir 3, 45 Madrigal 45 Plays 4. College, Work. NORM SULLENGER Catalina High, Tucson, Arizona--Work. TONI RAE SULLIVAN Atkinson-- Honor Roll 3, 45 Frosh Sgt. at Armsg AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 1, 2, 35 CC Chrrn 3- Perfect Attendance 35 For- um 3,45 'Pubnciw Staff5 Pep Club Squad Leader 25 Band 1. College. JOYCE ANNE SURAN Arleta--Col- lege. JEAN SURBAUGH Atkinson- -Frosh 103 Class Sec.5 Jr. Class Sec.5 Sr. Class Pub. Chrm.5 AGS Rep. 15 SC Rep.g CC Rep.5 Homecoming Crt. 35 IRL5 Pep Club5 JV Rally. College. T GARY E. TASH Kellogg--AFM Pres. 35 Frosh Class Pres.5 SC Rep. 15 AFM Rep. 15 AFM Sen. 2, 35 POST5 Jr. Prom Crt.5 Football 15 Basketball 15 Base- ball 2, 3, 4. College. IXAARY TAYLOR RiChmOnd--Foot- ball 15 Track 1, 2. College, Work. SALLIE JANE TAYLOR Kellogg-- Honor Roll 2, 35 NHS 45 AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 25 CC Guide 15 Forum 45 JV, Varsity Rally 2, 3, 45 "A" Choir 3,45 Girls' Choir 2. College. SANDIE TAYLOR Helen M. Stack Jr. High, Baker, Oregon--Phi Delta Chi. College. MARSHA YAYOHI TERAO Rich- mond--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 45 SB Treas. 45 Class Treas. 25 AGS Rep. 3, 45 SC Rep. 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3, 45 Forum 45 ALMANAC5 Jr. Prom Crt. 5 NHS Hist. 5 Pleiades V- Pres.5 IRL. College. SENIOR MOST FRIENDLY: Lin Casciato and Marga Sarriugarte. KEITH TERHUNE Atkinson--CCRep. 15 AFM Rep. 1, AFM Sen. 15 Perfect Attendance 25 Lettermen's Club, Foot- ball 25 Track 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1. Work. BEV THLELKE Kellogg--Perfect Attendance 3, 43 Phi Nu Alpha. Work. VICKIE LYNN THOMAS Lewis-- Work. CHARLENE THOMPSON Arleta-- Honor Roll, CC Rep. 5 Forum 43 Swim- ming. College. CONNIE JEAN THOMPSON Joseph Lane--Honor Roll 3, "A" Choir 45 Plays 4. College. HAROLD THOMPSON Troy High, Troy, Michigan--Sr. Class Pres., SB Pres. 3 Forum 4, POST, Key Club. Col- lege. JANET EILEEN THOMPSON Washing- ton High--Girls' Choir 3, 4. Work. JQANN THOMPSON Villa St. Rose-- College, Work. DONNIE RAE TIBBETS Arleta--CC Rep. 15 Phi Delta Chi, YFC5 Swim- ming 25 Makeup Crew 4. College. MICHAEL D. TIERNEY Atkinson-- AFM Sec., AFM Treas.g Lettermenls Club, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 35 Cross Country 2, 3. College. BRUCE TILTON Kellogg--Track 2. College. TERRY C. TINDALL Atkinson--Key Clubg Sigma Phi Alpha, Thespiansg IRI., FTA, Fianchettog "A" Choir 3, 45 Madrigal 45 Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 45 Plays. College. SHARON KATHLEEN TINNER Kel- logg--Honor Roll 1, SC Rep. 2, Pep Club 15 Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1. College. W. ROBERT TOLAN Kellogg--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 AFM Rep. 5 Perfect Attendance 2, 35 Forum 4, ALMANAC 45 Friars. College. DICK TOLIVER WoOdStOCk--AFIVI Rep, 5 Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3. Col- lege. JOHN TOOLE Joseph Lane--Work. PATTY JEAN TORCI-IIA Richmond-- Frosh V-Pres. 5 Jr. Class Sec.5 AGS Rep. 25 SC Rep. 2, 3, Homecoming Crt. 25 Twirp Crt. 2, Jr. Prom Crt.3 IRL, Lambda Gamma. College. 104 BARBARA TORELLE Our Lady of Sor- rows--Honor Roll 3, 4, POST. Col- lege. CANDACE TORMOEHIEN Washing- ton High--Sorelleg Swimming 4, Tennis 2, 3. College, Work. DENISE TOURVILLE Creston--AGS Treas., Hist. 3, 4, AGS Rep., SC Rep. 5 CC Rep. 5 Forum 45 Girls' Choir 25 Pub. Chrm. 3. College. PATRICIA H. TOURVILLE Creston-- AGS Rep., SC Rep. Beauty College. NANCY TRINCI St. Ignatius--Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, SB Sec. 4, Soph. Class Sgt. at Arms, AGS Rep. 2, 3, SC Rep. 1, 2, 35 CC Rep. 2, 35 Forum 43 IRL, Lambda Gamma, Pep Club 2. Col- lege. TRUDYANNETTE TROUT Creston-- Girls' Choir Sec. , Treas. , 2, 3, 4. Marriage. LYNN TUFFORD Atkinson--Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 AGS Rep. 25 CC Guide 1, Forum 45 Sorelle Sec. 5 "A" Choir- Hi Tones-Ensemble. College. 7 U STEVE ULLMAN Atkinson--Letter- men's Club, Football 1, 2, 35 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1. College. WILLIAM M. ULRICH Joseph Lane-- SC Rep. 2. College. WAYNE JOH USSELMAN Mount Ta- homa High, Tacoma, Washington-- Golf. College. V CHERI VAN ACKER Creston--AGS Rep, 5 SC Rep. Work. LEEANN VAN AUKEN Kellogg--Hon- or Roll 1, Perfect Attendance 35 AGS Rep. 35 Forum 45 IRL Hist., Bowling Club, Pep Club. College. DAVID A. VANDERVORT Madison-- Gregory Heights--"A" Choir, Madri- gal. College, Work. MICHAEL VAN DIVER Arleta--SC Rep. 15 Perfect Attendance 15 AFM Rep. 5 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 25 Track 1, 2, 4, "A" Choir 4. Un- decided. JEANNE VANVEEN St. Mary of the Valley, Beaverton, Oregon--College. MARY LOUISE VELANDER Richmond --Honor R011 2, 3, 4, NHS 45 Pub. Chrm. 3, SB Pub. Chrm. 4, SC Rep. 2, 33 Jr. Prom Crt., Homecoming Crt. Queen 4, IRL Hist. 3, 4, Pleiades. College. STEVE VON FELDT Our Lady of Sor- rows--Work. WV DIAN WAHL Atkinson--Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 45 Soph. V-Pres.g SB Treas.5 AGS Rep. 1, 2, 35 SC Rep. 1, CC Rep. 15 Forum 45 Jr. Prom Crt.3 NHS Sgt, at Arms5 IRL5 Pep Club Pres. 3 Orchestra 1. College. LINDA WALKER Washington-- Col- lege. BOB WALSH St. Paul's High School, Los Angeles, California--Letterman's Club5 Track 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 3, 4. College. MATT WALTERS Central Catholic-- AFM Rep. 2, 3, 45 AFM Sen. 35 Track 35 Wrestling 2, 45 Baseball 2. College. DAN L. WALTON Washington High-- AFM Rep. 25 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 2, 35 Stage Crew 3, 4. Un- decided. DAVID WALTON Washington--AFM Rep., Wrestling. Armed Services. SUE WARD Arleta--College. DAVID WATTS Creston--CC Rep.5 Forum 45 Cross Country 1. College. LYNDA GAYLE WEATI-IERLY Cres- ton--AGS Rep.5 SC Rep., College. CHRIS WEAVER Atkinson--College. LESLIE LINNE WEBB Atkinson- -AGS Rep,,5 SC Rep.5 CC Rep.5 Forum 45 POST5 IRI.. College. LINDA KAY WEBB Creston--AGS Rep.,5 SC Rep.5 Band 1, 2. College. MARCIA WEBERG Lewis--CC Rep. 35 Sorelle. College. DAVE WEBSTER Woodstock--"A" Choir 2, 3, 45 Plays. Armed Services. SHJQRYL KAY WEESNER Ari.-ra--Acs 1, 2, 3, 4, sc Rep., s,4., conege. SUSAN WHITEMAN David Douglas-- Stage Crew. Work. FAYE ANN WILDE Hosford Elemen- tary--Beauty College. JULIE ANNE WILLIAMS Cleveland-- Work. DONALD WILLIS joseph Lane--SC Rep. 45 Track 35 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 15 Band 2, 3, 4. Col- lege. DANNY WILSON Kellogg--College. BARBARA LYNN WINTERS Kellogg- -Perfect Attendance 2, 35 AGS Rep. 5 SC Rep. College. WILLIAM j, WIRTY Woodstock-- AFM Sen.5 Letterman's Club5 Foot- ball 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. College. MARY EALLEN WOOD Arleta--Work ROSALYN WOOD Gilbert--VVork KATHY WOODCOCK Atkinson-- Honor R011 1, 2, 3,45 AGS Rep. 1, 25 CC Rep. 15 Forum 45 Art Staff 3, 4. College. TERESA JOAN WOODWARD Arleta-- Honor Roll 35 AGS Rep. 35 SC Rep., 15 CC Guide 1, Work. TERRY ALLEN WRIGHT Kellogg-- Letterman's Club5 Swimming 2, 3. College. MARYLEE WUNDERLICH St. Igna- tius--Undecided. Y DENNIS V. YANDLE Kellogg--AFM Rep. 35 AFM Sen. 35 Key Club5 Foot- ball 15 Wrestling 3. College. ANNETTE MARIE YAZZOLINO St. Mary's Academy--College. KENNETH M. YOWELL Arleta-- Swimming 3, 4. Undecided., VICKY M. YORK Arleta--Unde- cided. SUSAN YOUNGE Atkinson--AGS Rep. 15 Pep Club. College. Z DOUG ZELLNER Kellogg--Perfect Attendance 15 SC Rep. 2, 35 AFM Rep, 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Cross Country 3. Work. ALAN ZIMMERIVIAN Kellogg--Jr. Sgt. at Arms5 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1 25 "A" Choir. College. GENE ZINZER Woodstock--W ork. 105 if ,V 4 if ..-LW . 2 3555 One of the welcomed events of the sen- ior ye ar is the annual "Get-Even-With- Your-Enemy-Night" alias the "Senior- Faculty Game. " ln preparing for this grudge battle the two opposing factions produced scandalous literature P reveal- ing slanderous slogans as: "lt's Great To Be A Senior" or, inrebuttle, "Twen- ty-Three Slcidoo The Seniors Are Through. " Distributed in the form of tags, these ornaments were displayed in a fiendish manner, causing a flunking attitude among the students. Both min- orities were guilty of partaking in wild rallies, dressing in gumulous garb to stimulate fierce and terrible tanurums. As a result of the mounting tension the two teams withdrew behind closed doors to prepare their strategem. Calling the plays for the almost suc- cessful seniorswere coaches Ruin-the- Faculty Snyder and Hit- 'Em-Hard Hen- derson. Calling the grades for the flunkers was Big Mel Outfoxed. It was a tough job, but the Fox was finally able tomold the faculty foggies into shape. High point man in the senior's victor- ious loss was Master of the Maples Mor- ris, while the faculty was speared by Rippin' RayWarren and Nimble-Knees Neely. Well stocked with "All-Americans, " the seniors overwhelmed the faculql in a 48-38 loss. The faculty put forth their best but were only able to place second to last to the second place seniors. Qpposite pageg fTop 1: The senior rally applauds the senior team as two pseudo- teachers lie in agony on the auditorium stage during the rally assembly. QMid- dle left and right J: During a break be- tween quarters, the senior rally goes through one of its routines. QBottomj: A fear-struck faculty watches in awe as the ''supercalifragilisticexpialido- cious" senior team parades onto the stage. This pageg QTop leftj: Joe Gatto and Jim Hall fight for a rebound as Mr. Nee- ly gapes at the action. KTop rightj: lvlr. Walton breaks through the senior defense only to miss one more easy lay- in. Qlvliddle J: During the half-time a group of Quaker seniors is shown socializing at a local drive-in restaur- ant. fBottom lefty: Student teacher Mr. Warren aids the fast-failing fa- culty cause with a beautiful jumper. QBottom rightl: The male members ofthe senior rally accost a member of the inferior faculty rally as the latter attempts to steal the senior's base drum. 1 Princess Diane Bilquist Princess Suzanne Bonney Princess Marga Sarriugarte KATHY MC NERNEY REIGNS OVER MAY FETE A ceremony backed by fifty years of tradition, honored the seven senior girls chosen by their classmates as most de- serving ofpraise. Each princess on the court represented the qualities of leadership and service to her school. To them and especially to the one se- lected as Queen of May Fete belonged the festivities and the pageant of the day. With the stage bedecked with cello- phane Ornaments and bouquets of flowers, each princess entered the world of"DewDrops on Roses, " and assumed her place surrounding the throne of the Queen. Then the entire student body stood to welcome the entrance of the 1965 Queen of May Fete, Kathy Mc- Nerney. After her coronation by senior class president, Rick Snyder, Queen Kathy received gifts from many of her sub- jects. She then bestowed knighthood on several students who had performed various services for Franklin., To con- clude the assembly, the Girls' Choir entertained Kathy and her court with songs about roses. Princess Marsha Terao Princess Mary Velander Princess Dian Wahl J 108 M607 I my Queen Kathy and her escort Chuck Schra- Preceding the Queen and her escort are crown bearer Michael Burri and flower girl der descend the aisle to the Stage, Carrie Walton escorted by Gordon Henderson. The 1965 May Fete Court and their escorts on stage during the assembly: Suzanne Bonney and Torn Perrin, Marsha Terao and Dean Howell, Diane Bilquist and Gary Tash, Queen Kathy McNerney and Chuck Schrader, Mary Velandcr and Sylvan Graham, Dian Wahl and Edd Nylander, and Marga Sarriugarte and Ron McPherson. 110 T Diane Bilquist Luana Falaschetti Mary Henarie VEANNE JOHNSON CHOSEN FOR COURT OF ROSARIA A bevy of pretty young senior girls in presented to the most critical judge of tains parted to reveal VeAnne Johnson their neatly pressed cotton dresses sig- all--the student body. Wearmgepale green formal, Aelmow- naled the beginning of the search fOr ledging her standing ovation, Princess the Franklin Rose Festival Princess. Then the grand moment was at hand, VeArme received 3 bouquet gf long- Finally the court was narrowed to sev- and 1964 Princess Marydith Hooker an- stemmed fed rggeg and Commented, en charming beauties by the critical nounced the name of Franlclin's addi- "You havg made me one of the harp- judging staff. These seven were then tion to the 1965 Rose Court. The cur- piest girls in the world. " Diane Kasparek Joanne Randol Sonia Sommers 112 1 Q s 1 5 WW Www zany GIRL OF THE YEAR KATHY MC NERNEY The traditional A. G. S. bracelet is awarded to one girl each month for seven months. Each recipient's name is engraved on it and at the end of the year, it is presented to the person chosen as girl-of-the-year. Candidates are nominated in reg. rooms and then seven girls with the most nominations are voted on to receive the award. Linda Lu Aurand Cooperation Sallie Taylor 9 ' Spirit Candy Jewell Courtesy Kathy McNerney Personality Mary Velander Neatness Phyllis Harris Leadership Jan Monti Scholarship K 114 The A. F. M. men of the month are chosen for the qualities of cooperation, spirit, leadership, scholarship, neat- ness, courtesy, and personality by the men of Franklin High, Each man-of- the-month receives a pin engraved with the topic for which he was chosen. At the end of the year, the men select a man-of-the-year who exemplifies all the individual qualities of each month- ly winner. Gordon Henderson Personality MAN OF THE YEAR GORDON HENDERSON 115 Lin Ca sciato Courtesy Mike Michigami Neatness Dean Howell Spirit Harold Thompson Lea dersh ip John McCloud Scholarship Rick Snyder Cooperation .1 55 1 .... P f f. M ' I XX... .... .. .. X Q .F X x - ,IE 7. 5334- U" " RX .J , .WK 'ly :'. ' .-X . X. Wffgfjiiiffz-f -. rag V ' 5 ' .- 5 1 'E E51 if ! ' Lf ffX 5: X ' ' X -X 17 .' X 15? 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OUR TGWN PRODUCED BY FACULTY, STUDENTS CAST Stage Manager Dr. Gibbs Joe Crowell Howie Newsome Mrs. Gibbs Mrs. Webb George Gibbs Rebecca Gibbs Wally Webb Emily Webb Prof. Willard Mr. Webb Lady in Audience Man in Audience Lady in Box Simon Stimson Constable Warren Si Crowell Baseball Player Baseball Player Sam Craig joe Stoddard Mrs. Soames M.r. Pierce Mr. Pancheau Carl Lauer Dan Haapala Mrs., Landes Mrs. Puckett Ron Windredtlf Patti Eaton Steve Morris Kris I-loss? Gary Burkedf Mr. Shaffer Mrs. Norlin Dan Graham Vicki Johnston Mr. Taylor Steve Savage Cliff Samuelson Dan Graham Doug Gorsline Mark Bell? Ben Skonnardi Marydith Hooker? 'lf Members of the class of 1964 118 Franklin's drama department ended its season last year with a production of Thornton Wilder's "Om Town. " To give this playamore realistic effect, Mr., Shaffer cast teachers in the lead adult roles. The play focuses on the everyday ac- tivities in Grovers Corners, a small town in New Hampshire. The central character is Emily Webb, a young girl who goes through life never realizing the beauty and joy surrounding her constantly. Only after she dies does she become aware of how much of this beauty she, and all other human be- ings, have missed. The unusual informality of this play caused the viewer to become a part of it. The use of cast members in the audience, the entrance of characters down the auditorium aisles, and the speeches made directly to the audi- ence by the stage manager sustained this feeling of participation by the au- dience, andhelped them better relate the theme to their own lives. Senior guide, Dennis Farber, explains campus regulations to incoming frosh. One week before the opening of school Franklin appeared to be already alive with enthusiastic students. On that day more than five hundred freshmen came to observe the annual Freshmen Orientation Day, in order to become acquainted with the school. Harold Thompson, president of the senior class, and Mr. Arthur Westcott, repre- senting the administration, informed the students of what would be expected of them and what they could expect during the next four years. Prominent seniors guided them on a tour of the school showing them the location of various rooms and instructing them about customs and regulations. After the tour, the freshmen were taken to the gymnasium Where they paid their registration fees. To help the new students familiarize themselves with the cafeteria, food was prepared and the students were allowed to eat in the cafeteria as though it were a regular day lunch period. 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' .-11,..,. ,. -Q '1111s1.Qi'f27ff2:2f- If SVQSV-129 R X .- by w iki ,1. - ,.,. ,.e111:,1 z. r, xl '4.- QV z:m1fwV.sV.w V, .. V, Y, .522 fwgiafiwggg e11r,fe,w-f,:'. isif ff - -asmw, Lwszif.-1-'v1:"'S1 "- " 1 N jf?gKfg's, sigzg isiigigzffgfisugqsgg .Q wi'-'VIS'VVIQV-fV1-V11 1i.,z'jaT:f1w-'V-1 V we WMM , K , ,r.,,.,. K. , ..fz.f72-V.-ir. -A.-,3,V2.w,.sv, g.:,,wei.1,,s2,rsa, Coming into the open stretch,Mr. Westcott and Gordie start to overtake Madison' s team. Every year the Little Rose Bowl, the traditional homecoming celebration at Franklin, opens the football season. Each class chooses a princess to repre- sent it at the homecoming dance and game. This year at the Friday night dance, titled "Athlete's Feat," the student body president announced sen- iorprincess, Mary Velander, as queen. After the Coronation, Mary reigned over the rest of the dance at which time Franklin students exhibited the new dances, such as the moneky, watusi, frug, hully gully, popeye, and swim. Onthe following day, Queen Mary and her princesses, joined by the home- coming court from Madison, occupied places of honor at the homecoming game. A unique event was held at half-time of the game--a tandem bi- cycle race between our principal, Mr. Westcott, riding with Student Body President Gordon Henderson, and Madison's principal riding with their vice-president. Franklin, again show- ing its superiority, was the victor of both the game and the bicycle race. The cou.rt and escourts applaud the announcement of the homecoming queen at the annual homecoming dance. 121 Gordon Henderson, Macbeth, watches as Marsha Terao, Marga Sarriugarte, and Phyllis Harris, portraying the weird sisters, Il chant, "Double double toilet trouble. CABINET HUMILIATED BY C.H.S. Highlighting the opening of school at Franklin was the traditional competi- tion With Cleveland in the annual stu- dent body card contest. The purpose of the contest is to determine which school has the most student support through the sale of student body cards. Cleveland won the contest selling 92M of its cards while Franklin sold 91. SM of its cards. Consequently, Franlclin's executive cabinet travelled to Cleveland to fulfill our obligation to the winner to stage an assembly consisting of one-half enter- tainment by our officers and one-half maltreatment by their officers. The entertainment half of the assembly was a presentation of a satire on Macbeth by our cabinet. The second part of the assembly treated our officers to cream pies ... in the face. A humiliated cabinet returned to Franklin, deter- mined to win next year. Other members of the cabinet await their pies as Mike Nakata and Gary Tash enjoy theirs. l22 TEACHERS INFORIVI PARENTS 123 On November 10, the parents of the Franklin students re1:Lu'ned to school for the annual parent-teachers' night. Mr. Westcott greeted them in the auditori- um Where they were treated to a short preview of the play, "The Sound of Music," and entertained by some of Franklin's music groups. Following the assembly, bewildered parents could be seen roaming the halls looking for their sons' and daughters' classrooms, re- minding the faculty of the first day of school and the flustered freshmen look- ing for their classes. When they found the rooms, they became pupils in the classes for fifteen minutes while the teachersbriefly explained the curricu- lum of each department. The teachers also discussed the progress of students and answered any questions the parents had. lnthis way, the faculty was able to promote better relations among par- ents and teachers and to give the par- entsabetter understanding of the aca- demic program at Franklin. Top: Mr. Burri explains his "weekly reader". Middle: A group of parents listen at- tentively. Bottom: Miss Thomas describes the English curriculum. A college representative from Linfield informs some senior students of the opportunities which his college offers NORTHWEST COLLEGES VISIT FRANKLIN Seniors of Franklin were privileged this fall to hear visiting representatives from the state supported colleges and universities of Oregon and from private schools throughout the Pacific North- west. The students chose the confer- ences they wished to attend, and class time was given over to the meetings. The conferences occupied several classrooms in addition to the library, auditorium, and social room. The rep- resentatives informed the students a- bout their school's courses, special op- portunities, and social life. These lec- tures also stressed the importance of higher education in a greatly mech- anized society, encouraging those un- decided students to consider the possi- bilities of college., ln addition, they discussed the financial aspects of col- lege, explaining possibilities for ob- taining scholarships, loans, and jobs. Particularly emphasized by each repre- sentativewasthe importance of learn- ing to budget your time in order to as- sure yourself of adequate time for study. Dian Wahl receives individual help from a college representative 124 fLeftj: Bob Cisco demonstrates his ex- temporaneous speaking ability. jerry Bufton speaks at a town meeting as Kathy McNerney, Gay Stryker, and Bill Smith await their turn. FORENSIC SQUAD PLACES SECOND IN CITY Franklin's speech department had a successful season in interschool com- petition. Inthe Portland lnterscholastic Forensics League, Franklin finished second in both forensics and debate, and was the first school in two and one- halfyears to defeat Grant High School in competitive speech. Franklin de- bators, competed in both Oxford Qtwo member teamj and Lincoln-Douglas Qindividualj debate. In forensics, Franklin entered contestants in every division--oratory, impromptu, ex- temporaneous, serious interpretation, humorous interpretation, radio, after dinner, and poetry. Several members of the Franklin team advanced to the state tournament after district elimina- tions, and one, Bob Cisco, wasthe only speech student in Portland to go to the National Forensics League District tournament in Montana. The speech teams had an outstanding year despite the fact that this is only the second ye ar of the competitive speech program at Franklin. fFront Rowj: Starla Stuller, Eileen Grellert, Judy Jackson, Jodi Iuul, Barbara Torelle, Terri Wolfe, Toni Leythem, Kathy McNerney5 fBack Rowj: Norm Faris, Jerry Bufton, Bill Smith, Art Andrews, Mike McCammon, Gary Tash, Don Gallucci. 125 Maria "My heart will be blessed with the sound of music . . . " Maria CAST Captain Von Trapp Mother Abbess Bertha Sophia Margaretta Franz Frau Schmidt Ursula Liesl Friederic Louisa Kurt Marta Brigitta Gretl Rolf Elsa Max 126 Candy Jewell Harold Black Shirley Dobbie Joann Randol Carolyn Moore Linda Nelson Dan Green Vicki Johnston Virginia Tyler Janet Dambach Steve Morris Sandy Snyder Steve Mark Diane Sesler Kathy Pearson Jeanne Bisenius Doug Tesdal Starla Stuller Dean Pfa ender "SOUND OF In a manner befitting our Golden An- niversary, the music and drama de- partments presented the most success- ful play in Fran.klin's history, The Sound of Music. For the two originally sched- uled performances, audiences filled the auditorium to capacity, prompting an unprecedentedthirdpresentation. Ini- tial investments for royalties, cos- tumes, scripts, and music were higher than for any previous play, but despite the many expenses the final profits ex- ceeded those of prior presentations. Awarm and cheerful story, The Sound of Music dramatized the events sur- rounding the formation of the Trapp Family Singers. The Sound of Music begins when Maria, a postulant unable to accept the austerity of the convent, leaves Nonnberg Abbey to become gov- erness to the seven children of widower Captain von Trapp. Undermining the strict, military routine of the house- hold with song and laughter, Maria's joyful exhuberance dumbfounds but en- chants the Captain. To the delight of the children, their father marries their governess. However, Germanyhas just occupied Austria, forcing the Captain to accept a commission in the German Navy. Unable to condone the Nazis's methods, Captain von Trapp, Maria, and the children flee to Switzerland afterhiding inthe garden of the Abbey from the German soldiers. The Sound of Music ends as the family ascends the mountain slope to find their dream of happiness and peace. Max sings, "One little girl in a pale pink coat heard, lay-dee-o-de-lay-dee-o-de loo, " as he plays blind man's bluff with the children. MUSIC" SHATTERS RECORDS Song returns to the Von Trapp household as the captain sings, "and I'1l sing once more, " from the title song 127 I Opposite page, QTopj: The children and Maria sing, "I simply remember my favorite things, and then I don't feel so bad, " on her final return from the Abbey. fBo1:tom leftj: Mother Abbess reminds Maria that the love of a husband and wife is holy also, as she charges her to, " . . . follow every rainbow, 'til you find your dream." fBottom rightj: Rolf reveals his crush on Liesl as he sings, "l am seventeen going on eighteen, l'll take care of youu ll This gage, QTopj: Max, Elsa, and the Captain discuss the Anschyluss and their political differences---"You're a fool if you worry over anything but little number one. " QBottom 1: Maria com- forts the children during a thunder storm with a song of the mountains---"Loud was the voice of the lonely goatherd, lay-dee-o-de-lay-dee-o-de-loo. " SENIORS BRING BACK CHILDHOOD MEMORIES "Remember Way Back When, "an an- thology of kiddie programs, was the theme of the senior class talent show. Mr. Moonfeatured an"Our Gang" car- toon. Then the seniors changed the station to "Uncle Nathan's Stars Of To- morrow, 'I which featured Ric Seaberg and Ed Nylander singing Ric's ori- ginal "Make Her Your Own. " Uncle Nathan then introduced two vocalists, Phyllis Cooper and Francine Hardy. Larry Kilduff and Jerry Bufton per- formed an instrumental and vocal ren- ane Bilquist and Joanne Randol sing "Ther-e's a Hole in the Bucket. " 130 dition of "What'd I Say?" and Sharon Lee danced a hula. Uncle Nathan closed his show with two numbers by the Hi- Tones. Next the channel was changed in order to watch "Wunda Wun- da" who recited two popular nursery rhymes "Little Miss Muffet"and "Pussy- cat, Pussycat. " Sixteenhigh-stepping senior chorus girls closed the show with "When You're Smiling, " as the audi- ence left their memories of childhood behind them. Ric Seaberg and Edd Nylander sing Ric'sorigina1 compositon, "Make Her Your Own. " IRL FEATURES ENGLISH DEVELOPMENT CLASS Harold Thompson and Mr. Rumpakis listen as Don Cordi re- Ioan Tentoea practices pronunciation on the Language Master machine in Miss Morris English development class. 131 I The International Relations League Chapter of Franklin presented its an- nual assembly to the students with a slightly different format than in pre- vious years. Highlighted in this year's presentation were Don Cordi, F. H. S. senior, who was an American Field Service exchange student during the summer, and the special English lan- guage development class for immi- grant students inthe area. The Ameri- can Field Service helps sponsor ex- change students from foreign nations, and from America. Unfortunately, Franklin was unable to have an ex- change student this year. ' During the first part of l. R. L 's special assembly, Don Cordi shared some of his experiences with the student body. I-le narrated slides which he took while in Germany, where he stayed for three months inthe home of a German fam- ily. He compared typical American and German households and customs. Inconcluding his speech, Don told the underclassmenthat being an exchange student was an experience worth work- ing for, and encouraged more partici- pation in the area of an exchange stu- dent for Franklin. In the second part of the assembly, the English development class was brought to the attention of the Franklin students by Miss Morris, instructor of the class. This class is set up to help students who have just arrived from foreign countries to learn more about the language and customs of their new country. Miss Morris introduced her class, who in turn greeted the student body in their native tongue. Using amusing anecodtes, Miss Morris told everyone about the purpose of the class and about the hardships connected with coming to a new and very different country. JUNIORS GO BEATNIK A satire on beatniks provided the back- ground for the Junior Class Talent Show. The setting forthe show was a fictitious coffee house, "The Fat Black Pussy Cat. " Black garbed patrons, "hate" banners, and special spotlighting ef- fects created an atmosphere of gloom and intellectualism. Throughout the assembly, "modern" artists worked on an "expressionist" painting, while the other customers watched the acts, lis- tenedtopoetry, andmeditated. Dres- sed in traditional beatnik garb, Chris- tine Kirigin and Pam Parker danced to the rolling strains of "Night Train". On a platform to the left of the stage, a small hairy ape Watched the proceed- ings perplexing the audience with his presence. This mystery was solved when junior Rollyn Brown, in a take- off on beatnik poetry, recited his un- usual poem, "The Ape", accom- panied by the monkey's antics. As the jazz group played "Goodnight Ladies". the lights faded to a rhythmic chorus of fingersnapping girls. I Maureen Peloquin, Marion Sandoz, and Sarah Lorusso portray folk singers Peter, Paul and Mary. Three nameless sacks introduce the show. Ric Seaberg and Edd Nylander entertain the students. 132 1 s Don Galluci introduces the 'Goodtimes' at the A. F. M. assembly. AFM LETS "THE 'GOODTIMES' ROLL" A. F. M. slave, Gordon Henderson, struggles beneath the books of the girls who purchased him. 133 OnMonday, November 31, AFM week officially began with the sale of AFM cards. By Wednesday, the Affiliated Franklin Men had sold all their cards, agoal never before reached in the his- tory of AFM. Approximately 1500 stu- dents purchased the privilege to attend the many AFM activities of the Week, including an assembly which featured Franklin's own Don Gallucci and his group "Don and the Goodtimesu. They presentedawell received assembly for the card-holders, including their na- tion-wide hit, "The Turn On Song". On Thursday morning, members of AFM were auctioned offto the holders of the cards. The highest bidders received a slave for one full day, to carry their books, etc. On Friday, the festivities ended with the annual AFM dance, highlighted by the sounds of the"Tikis and Fabulons". An added bonus with this year's cards was a coupon which entitled the owner to purchase two Mc- Donald's "All-American's" for the price of one. Mr. Peery directs the "A" Choir in serious songs of the season. ORCHESTRA, CHOIRS RENDER TRADITIONAL YULETIDE MUSIC To celebrate the Christmas season, Franklin's music department presented a special assembly for all students be- fore the start of vacation. Beginning the progam, the orchestra played tra- ditional Yuletide music. The com- bined choruses, occupying nearly one- third of the auditorium, then performed light songs ofthe season such as "Jingle Bells" and "Up on the Roof Top. " Stressing the serious side of Christmas, "A" Choir sang spiritual carols, ranging from "Alleluia Amen" to the more fa- miliar "O Holy Night. " Practice choirs, known as "B" Choir and "Boys Choir, " joined the performing choirs for the mass renditions in honor of Christmas. Filling the balcony, these groups were directed by Mr. Peery from his vantage point in the center section onthe mainfloor. The audience, thus surrounded by melody, was caught up in the joyous mood of the season. Mr. Rumpakis serves chicken-ala-king to other faculty members 134 Dorothy Grant serves tea to Miss Senn and Mrs., Pedem A delightful change from the usual schedule of Monday faculty meetings came at the holiday time when the administrators entertained faculty members at the annual Christmas tea. Several retired teachers returned to visittheirformer co-workers. Mr., and Mrs. Westcott, Mr. and Mrs. Murray, Miss Grant, and Mr., and Mrs. King exchanged seasons greetings and felici- ties with all the Franklin staff. Choral groups and orchestra combine for finale of the Christmas assembly. 135 ARMED FORCES DAY OnWednesday, March 3, five service- men came to Franklin for the annual armed forces assembly. The service- men informed Franklin junior and sen- ior boys of their military obligation. Represented in the assembly Were the Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marine Corps. Colonel John Nielson, Deputy State Director of the Oregon Selective Service, served aschairman. The stu- dents were informed of both physical and mental qualifications. They were also told where and when to report to the Selective Service.. The assembly explained that it is the moral and le- gal obligation of every able American male to serve his country in the armed forces. Sergeant lrv Stein of the United States Air Force discusses vocational training offered in the Air Force. CITIZENSHIP DUTIES STRESSED IN ASSEMBLIES BILL OF RIGHTS DAY OnDecember 15, 1964 Franklin cele- brated the 173rd. anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights. ln honor of this historical occassion, Mr. McKee, chairman of the social studies department, invited three attorneys- at-law from the Portland area, Barnes Ellis, Tom Levak, and Bob DeChaine, to speak at Franklin. They read aloud the first ten amendments to the Con- stitution, relating them to the chang- ing attitudes of the Courts. In con- nection with this, the speakers exam- ined recent Supreme Court Decisions on such topics as civil liberties legisla- tion, and the individual's right to due process of law. Through these special lectures, the social studies department was able to give the students a clearer understanding of the Bill of Rights and its implications today. Mr. Levak and Mr. DeChaine discuss die Bill of Rights for a group of students in the auditorium. 136 Twyla Edwards and Barbara Sefton dance to the strains of "La Tuna, " a Spanish love song. FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSES STAGE ASSEMBLY Students forecasting for a foreign lan- guage were entertained by the foreign Q language department in a special as- sembly. Students representing each foreign language class sang a well known song in their foreign language or presented a skit. The combined Ger- man classes sang a popular party song, "lm Munchener Steht ein Hofbrau- hausg "the French classes sang "La Mar- seillaise, " France's national anthemg Latin classes entertained the audience with a rousing spiritual, Hlngredicti- bus, " which was sung to the tune of "The Saints Go Marching On. " To add variety, the Spanish classes sang "La Tuna, "an idler's love song. Some of the students, dressed in beautiful cos- tumes, danced to the music while the others accompanied them. Russian classes evokedlaughter from the audi- ence with their comic skit, "The Three Bears. " This assembly, the first of its type in many years at Franklin, gave a different insight into the for- eign language curriculum. 5 QRightJ: Sue Phillips hands out cookies called Piroshky to be sold by the Rus- , sian students as Marsha Terao and Mr. Rumpakis look on. cB61OW,I Miss Horvath's massed German classes sing "ln Munchener Steht ein Hofbfauhaus, " a popular party song. " AND AWAY WE GO" Sophomore boys portray dancing girls on "Hullabaloo, " a popular television program. Utilizing the format of Jackie Gleason's television program, " The American Scene Magazine, "the sophomore class presented its annual talent show., Con- nie Harris and Georgene Craven showed modern teenage dances to a classical ballet class, and thenthe audience was transported to Cracatoa, an island para- dise, where Teresa Namba performed an exotic dance, closely scrutinized by island chief Dick Louie., Back on the mainland, Yvonne Casciato enter- tained the audience with her rendition of "Moon River. " To add variety to the show, sophomore boys satirized the fe- male dancers on "Hullabaloo, " Spot- lighting the modern generation, Penny Tyler, Peggy Prusak, and Phyllis Ny- lander sang "Love Potion49, " and Lor- raine Smith snag "Paper Tiger. " A folk song group then sang some popular songs ofthe last century, and the show closed with the Melodines, Franklin's sophomore ensemble, singing "5O0 Miles" and "Hey, Look Me Over. " Georgene Craven and Connie Harris instruct classical ballet class on modern dancing. l38 This year the journalism department f - initiated the Franklin Communications Forum with a theme of "Living in an Age of Improved Communications." Atteinptingto stimulate greater inter- est in school publications and the field of communications. Five businessmen connected with the communications industry lectured on topics related to this field. Speakers and their topics were: Mr. Robert D. Webb, "Page Make-upg" Mr. Jerry Penk, "Magazine Writingg" Mr. Paul Hauser, "Business Journalismgu Mr. William Moore, "Printing Processesg" Mr. Edward O'Meara, "Historical Background of Oregon Newspapering. This year the Northwest Music Educa- tors Conference was held in Portland. On "host night, " the opening night of the convention, the Portland Public Schools presented "I am an American. " The pageant featured choral and dra- Mr. Paul Hauser illustrates a point about business journalism. matic ST01-IPS f1'0m the Portland Public Schools. Franklin presented an episode about Abraham Lincol featurin a dramatic choral readingalof "Loneso?ne S T U D E N P A R C IP IN Train. " Franklin drama students also enacted the raising of the American flagonlwolima- CONFERENCES Steve Savage, Bruce O'Neill, jonn Goff, Gerard Brosnan, Steve Morris, and Cliff Samuelson await their cue for the pageant., l39 "THE MIRACLE WORKER" STAGED AT FRANKLIN A moving story of a young blind and deaf girl and her dedicated teacher was Franklin's second dramatic production this year. The Miracle Worker, a dramatization of the education of Helen Keller, blind and deaf from an early childhood illness, played to large au- diences in early March., Unable to con- trol Helen, her parents hired a young Irish girl from the Perkins Institute in Boston, Annie Sullivan, to teach the child. Annie, who had herself been blind for rnanyyears, attempts to bring the world of Words to Helen through a manual alphabet., lmpeded by the child's lack of discipline, Miss Sullivan has to physically battle with Helen in order to begin teaching. The action climaxes as Helen finally learns that the letters Annie has taught her form words, words which stand for objects and ideas., fRightJ: Aftertwoweeks in the garden house Annie repeats once again, "W-A- T-E-R, Helen, it has a name. " fBeloWj: After a ten minute melee Helen's mother exclairns, "My Helen . 0 . folded her napkin! " Doctor Kate Keller Captain Keller Helen Martha Percy Aunt Ev James Annie Sullivan Anagnos Viney Blind Girls CAST Cliff Samuelson Vicki Johnston Steve Kanas Gayle Stucki Sandy Snider Steve Mark Janice Bishop Steve Morris Candy Jewell Kathy Hicks Janet Dambach Judy Torelle Patty Eaton Elain Seaberg Marilyn Mazote Lynn Jewell A1 : 7?'?':: V-Z -ar.. -k .W .MM . A' 'idk M W' 3 ,H r rw - ,z 'Wie , 2 -1-M, K Vs" Hawk. 3:1 mg1:gffk 'A . '- NM.. , : 3. W V1 I 'gy . ,N R A. - fr .iii A'--1-'zz X. .. wtf W :f : f y ,X .4 vi if 3-2-gg it ,Mn 1, - . V' 'M'-3"'4Q,g' f S ff ' .. ,. A X Q, W, N 7 W. 1.2: , V, ,. A x m, .wxfk if fl ,Q A f. 4' S .VN A,,A .. .... ...--sv sw ex i .- sei .gp-nw.-.. MQ My 9 v-wwww Curious Franklin students watch as Officer Sutter checks to see that the headlights of the car are working. A safety check for students' cars by members ofthe Portland Bureau of Po- lice began the activities of the 1965 SafetyWeek. lf a car was found to be operating effeciently, a sticker was givento the driver to place on his car. On Tuesday, the safe-driving compe- tition began for any student with a driver'slicense who wished to partici- pate. The competition consisted of a written examination on automotive courtesy and a behind-the-wheel driv- ing test administered by the Portland Bureau of Police. Checks were given for every mistake on the written exam- ination and for every error the driver committed while operating his vehi- cle. The top three winners Ed Cavin, Phillip Moen and Jim Hall, were pre- sented with seat belts by the student body at an assembly on the following Thursday. A total of twenty nine stu- dents participated in this years com- petition. SAFETY IS FIRST, FOR A WEEK Steve jeske is instructed on the rules of the driving test. 142 SUN SHINES BRIGHT ON BENJIE Franklin girls enjoy the sunshine while eating their lunch out of doors., Three weeks of beautiful sunny wea- ther brought spring and Cotton and Cord Day to Franklin. The warmest March in years made the weather perfect for bringing out spring and summer clothes early. Brightly colored cotton dresses filled the halls with the blues, green s, pinks, whites, and yellows of spring. Not only did the students put away their heavy woolens, but most students also put away their winter shoes and donned sandals and the toe-less footwear. The latest spring fashions and colors for high school girls could be seen on the cam- pus lawns- scooped necks, flared skirts, and ruffles decorated the soft graceful lines of the new modes of dress. Sailor outfits along with the traditional skirts and blouses could also be seen. The legs were emphasized by patterned ny- lons. A. G. S. sponsored Cotton and Cord Daywas given a big head start by the lovely March weather. The actual event was scheduled for late in April., Five days of "Monkey Business, "the theme for the A. G. S. "Twirp Week, " began with voodoo doll and lollipop sales. Replacing the usual paper tags, the voodoo dolls entitled the holders to admission to a slave sale and "Twirp" assembly. Held late in the week, the assembly featured the Kangaroo Court which punished violators of "Twirp Week" rules. Punishment consisted of onion bobbing and peanut rolling. Also featured at the assembly was the "KEX Caravan of Stars, " a company of local folk-singing groups. A giant tiger'shead filled the doorway ofthe gym, and entrance to the dance was gained walking through its gaping mouth. Green streamers and an array ofjungle animal cut-outs enhanced the theme. Students who attended the dance enjoyed the music of a live combo, "The Challengers." 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X' f f X X fEront Rowj: Charles Schrader, Mike Michigami, Bob Gallucci, Presidentg John McCloud, Steve Morrisg QSecond Rowjr Ken Fuglee, Bob Tolan, Steve jeske, Sherman Coventry, Gene Albrecht, Steve Gilbert, Edd Nylander, Dave Decker. Friars aims to stimulate intellectual ability throughoutthe school. A major activity this year was attendance at a Civic Theater production of "Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Marna's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feelin' So Sad. " Other activities included a car wash, a paper drive, an after-game dance, an apple sale, apizzaparty, a picnic and a bas- ketball game with the girls of Pleiades. FRIARS PRESIDENT VICE PRES., SECRETARY TREASURER HIS TORIAN Bob Gallucci Mike Michigami John McCloud Steve Morris Chuck Schrader 148 Members of Friars and Pleiacles pose out- side the Civic Theater during a joint activity. QFFOHE Rowj: John McCloud, Fall President, Miss Bohlen, Advisor, Steve Morris, Spring President, fSecond Rowja Sallie Tay- lor, Luana Falaschetti, Sharon Lee, Carol McCafferty, June Pement, Diane Glasbrenner, Marilynn Darby, Pat Blake, Marsha Terao, Kathy McNerney5 fThird ROWJ: Shirley Stariha, Bonne Livesay, Sue Mitchell, Janet Equall, Patty Prusak, Glenda Gunderson, Judy Smith, Marga Sarriugarte, Mary Velanderg fFou.rth Rowjz Kathy McCann, Sue Richard, Chris Duddington, Twyla Edwards, Joanne Randol, Diane Bilquist, Diane Wahl, Jan Montig fBack Rowjz Dave Decker, Ken Fuglee, Dennis Far- ber, Steve Jeske, Sherman Coventry, Steve Gilbert, Gene Albrecht, Charles Schrader, Mike Michigami. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The purpose of National Honor Society is to advance the qualities of scholar- ship, leadership and cooperation. N. - H. S. sponsored an after-game dance with Pleiades and Friars entitled, "Ln- FALL OFFICERS PRESIDENT John McCloud VICE PRES., Steve Morris SECRETARY Joanne Randol TREASURER Diane Bilquist PUB. CHAIRMAN Judy Smith HISTORIAN Marsha Terao CFLAPLAIN June Pernent SGT, AT ARMS Kathy McNerney Steve Gilb ert tellectual Insanity, " held a car wash and sold game tags to raise funds for a scholarship, On Parents' Night, mem- bers of N. H. S. acted as guides for visiting parents. SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT Steve Morris VICE PRES., Patti Prusak SECRETARY Sue Richard TREASURER Sherman Coventry PUB., CHAIRMAN Joanne Randol HISTORIAN June Pem ent CHAPLAIN Jan Monti Dian Wahl Chuck Schrader SGT, AT ARMS 149 Steve Morris, John lvlcCloud, Dave Decker andDiane Glasbrenncr rest af- ter the N, H. S., car wash. The purpose of Pleiades is to encourage and promote general spirit and partici- pation in activities of our school and community. Throughout the year, Pleiades has engaged in several service as well as social activities. They checked coats at the senior prom, went to plays with Friars, had an apple sale, went to see movies of Greece at the li- brary. In addition they prepared a Thanksgiving basket of food, planned an alumni party, and had an hilarious game of basketball with "th.ree-leg- ged" Friars members. Something of un- usual nature also took place when Edd Nylander was installed as the official Pleiades mascot at a Friars-Pleiades joint. fFront Rowjr Kathy McNerney, Diane Bilquist, Mr. Shaffer, Advisor, Bonnie Livesay, President, Marsha Terao, Judy Smith, fBack ROWJ: Kathy McCann, Shirley Stariha, Twyla Edwards, Patty Prusak, Joanne Randol, Mary Velander. PLEIADES PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER HIS TORIAN Bonne Livesay Marsha Terao Diane Bilquist Kathy McNerney Judy Smith 150 Edd Nylander takes the oath from Kathy Mc Nerney as their official mascot. Promoting the interest in and under- standing of music is the purpose of Sig- ma Phi Alpha. During the year they had paper drives, an alumni caroling party on Christmas, a car wash, a doughnut sale, a slumber party, a candy cane sale during Christmas and gave a donationto the Red Cross. The members tried to attend at least one music activity a month. SIGMA PHI ALPHA FALL OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER HIS TORIAN CLUB REPORTER CHAPLAIN PARL. SGT. AT ARMS Nancy Grauer Janice Hamilton Sharon Peek Dick Roth Karen Pancheau Linda Hamilton Candy Jewell Chuck Schrader Mickey Miller Ron Peters SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER HIS TORIAN CLUB REPORTER CHAPLAIN PARI.. SGT. AT ARMS Candy Jewell Peggy Hatfield Mickey Miller Janice Hamilton Dan Graham Diane Bilquist Margaret Rueck Nancy Grauer Shirley Dobie Dick Roth QFront ROWJ: Nancy Grauer, Fall President, Mr. Pancheau, Advisor, Candy Jewell, Spring President, QSecond Rowj: Sharon Peek, Carole Bausch, Nita Riddle, Shari Tinner, Mickey Miller, Karen Pancheau, Judy Carlson, Alana Eckert, Virginia Jones, QThird Rowj: Linda Riddle, Sharon Lee, Margaret Rueck, Linda Hamilton, Peggy Hatfield, Shirley Debbie, Janice Hamilton, Meredith Oxford, Carolyn Brown, QBack Rowj: Mike Michigami, Art Lushenko, Chuck Schrader, Sonia Sommers, Diane Bilquist, Joanne Randol, Phyllis Mclntosh, Harriet Carlson, Dick Roth, Dean Pfaender, Don Delaney.. QFront Rowjz Dennis Brown, Fall President, Ken Fuglee, Spring Presidentg QSecond Rowl: Richard Candland, Dennis Farber, Charles Schrader, Mike Michigami, Mike Johnson, QBack Rowl: Dennis Yandel, Rick Nagle, Roger Fantz, Terrell Orme, joe Schneider, Gordon Henderson. The objects ofthe Key Club are to de- velop leaders, prepare its members for citizenship and to serve the school and community. Key's activities included acting as ushers at school plays and on Parents' Night, selling game tags, spon- soring an after-game dance with Sor- elle and giving a donation to the Red Cross. KEY CLUB FALL OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER Dennis Brown Chuck Schrader Bob Ernest SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER Ken F ugle e Roger Fantz Mike Johnson fFront Rowj: Kathy Hook, Fall Pres.5 Mrs. Avshalomov, Adviser, Mary Moore, Spring Pres.3 fSecond Rowj: Sandy Taylor, Sally Thompson, Marci Weberg, Kathy Kyle, Chris Bacon, Gay Stryker, Karen Pancheau, Marjore Schrock, Linda Kraley, QThird Rowj: Leslie Williams, Emmabelle Alexander, Sharon Lee, Marilyn Darby, Merridith Oxford, Joan Tunde, Diane Siversong fBack Rowj: Karin Kreiling, Connie Carlson, Lynn Tufford, Ann Hopple, Eileene Bunnell, Joyce Suran, Carol Durr. SORELLE The purpose of Sorelle is to serve Frank- lin and the P. T. A. Their activities this year included acting as ushers at all of the school plays and serving the guests on Parents' Night. They also heldcarwashes, tag sales, after-school sales, joints with other clubs, and an after-game dance. FAU- OFFICERS SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT Kathy Hook PRESIDENT Mary Moore VICE PRES. Karen Pancheau VICE PRES. Joan Lunde SECRETARY Mary Moore SECRETARY Connie Carlson TREASURER Ioan Lunde TREASURER Linda Kraley COR. SEC. Karen Kreiling COR. SEC. Ann Hopple HISTORIAN Connie Carlson HISTORIAN Karen Pancheau CHAPLAIN Diane Siverson CHAPLAIN Judy Jackson PARL- Lynn Tufford PARL Kathy Hook Kathy Hook, Joan Lunde, Sandy Van SGTQ AT ARMS Lynn Kraley SGT. AT ARMS Candy Torrnoehlen Alexander, Chi-15 Bacon and friend Marge Schrock Emmabelle Alexander serve for Parents' Night. 153 The Bowling Club promotes bowling and good sportsmanship among the Franklin students. Their practices and meets all took place at the "Town and Country Lanes." They had several meets with other schools throughout the year. A car wash and doughnut sale were the main money-m aking proj ects. BOWLING CLUB FALL OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER HIS TORIAN Robert Frohwerk Ross Yamasaki jim Olenslager Steve Jeske Lee Ann Van Auken SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER l-IISTORLAN Jim Olenslager Pat Kennedy Lee Ann Van Auken Robert Frohwerk Ross Yamasaki fFront Rowjr Bob Frohwerk, Fall Presidentglim Olenslager, Spring President, fSecond Rowl: Ross Yamasaki, Arthur Frohwerk Leanne Van Aul-zen, Diane Dignan, Pat Kennedy, Ron Hiromura, Frank Frustacig QBack Rowj: Charles Bennett, Tom Shea, Bruce Pfaender, Steve Ieske, Nick Hendrickson, Steve Jensen, Craig Bennett. 154 fFront ROWQ: Steve Gilbert, Fall Presidentg Mr. Sklenika, Advisory Steve jeske, Spring Presidentg fBack. Rowj: Ron Hiromura, jim Olenslager, Tom Shea, Bonne Livesay, Dennis Farber, Hank Tomlinson, Gary Grisanti. DLu'ing the year the members of Cata- lyst try to carry out the program of the Science Clubs of America., Their ma- jor function this year was preparing their annual science week. After school FALL OFFICERS CATALYST the members sold doughnuts as a means of enlarging their treasury. They en- courage each member to develop a vi- tal interest in Science projects and hob- bieso SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT Stephen Gilbert VICE PRES. Stephen Jeske SECRETARY Dennis Farber TREASURER David Decker HISTORIAN Bonne Livesay CHAPLAIN Harold Black SGT. AT ARMS Ron Hiromura Gary Grisanti PRESIDENT Stephen jesl-ze VICE PRES. Bonne Livesay SECRETARY Tom Shea TREASURER Harold Black HIS TORIAN lim Olenslager CHAPLAIN Ron Hiromura PARL Stephen Gilbert SGT. AT ARMS Gary Grisanti Dan Green jim Olenslager, Ron Hiromura, Bonne Livesay, Tom Shea and Harold Black raise a toast at the fall banquet. QFront Rowjz Dave Garvin, Fall President, Mr. Tucker, Advisor, Ron Hoover, Spring President, QBack Rowj: Terry Hiller, Steve jeske, Kirk Temple, Art Andrews, Charles DeFi.r, Bruce Hofer, Bill LaBarre. Fianchetto attempts to develop the mind through competition in chess of their members and to spread enthusiasm for this game throughout the school. This year their inter-school chess meets included meets with Centennial, Lake Oswego, and Central Catholic. FIANCHETTO FALL OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESq SECRETARY TREASURER I-IISTORIAN Ron Hoover None Bonne Livesay Terry Hiller SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER HIS TORIAN David Garvin Brian Davis Bill LeBarre Terry Hiller QFront Rowjr Kathy McNerney, Fall President, Mr. Walton, Advisor, Peggy Hatfield, Spring President, QSecond Rowj: Lee- Ann Van Auken, Sandra Comella, Barbara Jensen, Marji DeBuse, Diane Glasbrenner, Marilyn Darby, Carol Bergstrom, Judy Moshberger, Sue Mitchell, Patty Torchia, Marsha Terao, Jo Ann Sherman, Gloria Goetz, Maryanne Beltzg fThird Rowj: Carol Cochran, Leslie Williams, Kay Stanley, Carol Byer, Sandy Darby, Sandi Darvis, Jean Surbaugh, Paula Halvorson, Marga Sarriugarte, Mary Velander, Mary Kishner, Chris Walsh, Debbie Vasile, Sharon Lee, QFourth Rowjz Caroline Moore, Megan Clark, Sharon Sullivan, Linda Elliott, Carol Bradshaw, Beth Jensen, Rosemary Webb. Velva Thompson, Laurie Anderson, Marcia Conlee, Shelly Williams, Susie Benson, Donna Noren, Pat Kennedy, IFifth Rowjr Ann Hopple, Sue Sommers, Vicki Johnston, Janice Bishop, Glenda Gunderson, Patti Prusak, Dian Wahl, Sonia Sommers, Mary Henarie, Janice Wahl, Jackie Hines, Pat David, Peggy Prusak, Marian Sandoz, Steve Morris, Al Woolfolkg IBack Rowj: Linda Hamilton, Julie Small, Nancy Trinci, Jan Monti, Hank Tomlinson, Gordon Henderson, Rick Nagle, Rollyn Brown, Charles Schrader, Steve Jeske, Mike INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS LEAGUE International Relations League is a FALL OFFICERS SPRING OFFICERS world Wide organization to further un- derstanding among the countries and peoples of the World. With thiS goal PRESIDENT Kathy McNerney PRESIDENT Peggy Hatfield in mind, the members of I. R. L at- tended two conferences 'CO diseuss the VICE PRES. Peggy Hatfield VICE PRES. Judy Moshberger Sino-Soviet rift. The club sponsored an assembly which featured the EI1g1iSh SECRETARY Marilyn Darby SECRETARY Paula Halvorson Language Development class.. An af- ter-seme denee Wesheld to false funds TREASURER chuck Schrader TREASURER caronne Moore for the American Field Service. I. R. L. held e Potluck dinner fe Create interest His TORIAN Mary Velander His ToR1AN LeeAnn van Awaken in finding a house for a foreign ex- change student for next Year- CHAPLAIN Don Cordi CHAPLAIN Glenda Gunderson PARL Steve Morris PARL Chuck Schrader CLUB REPORTER SGT. AT ARMS John McCloud Glenda Gunderson Gordon Henderson 157 CLUB REPORTER SGT AT ARMS Patsy Shinn Carol Byer Steve Morris fFront ROWJ: Carol McCafferty, Fall Presidentg Mr. Tucker, Advisorg June Pement, Spring Presidentg fSecond Rowj: Marcia Conlee, Diane Glasbrenner, Linda Hamilton, Judy Wirrick, Micky Millerg fBack Rowj: Barb Sefton, Nancy Trinci, Bill La- Barre, Steve Gilbert, Charles Schrader, Chris Duddington, Twyla Edwards. Lambda Gamma is directed towards the advancement of Foreign Languages. Theyhad banquets, sold doughnuts and had car washes to augment the funds in their treasury. June Pement is installed as President by Carol McCafferty. LAMBDA GAMMA PRESIDENT Carol McCafferty VICE PRES. June Pement SECRETARY Barbara Sefton TREASURER Steve Gilbert HISTORIAN Christine Duddington CI-IAPLAIN Judy Wirrick SGT. AT ARMS Diane Glasbrenner Marcia Conlee 158 SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER HISTORIAN CHAPLAIN SGT. AT ARMS June Pement Barbara Sefton Diane Glasbrenner Nancy Trinci Judy Wirrick Christine Duddington Chuck Schrader Twyla Edwards The Lettermen provide recognition for participants in athletics. To enlarge their treasury, the Lettermen sold coke, popcorn and hamburgers during all the home basketball games. In addition, they sponsored a coaches' basketball game between Cleveland and Franklin. The boyshelped sell tickets to the Ore- gon State, Portland State wrestling match with all the proceeds going to the Dad's Club Scholarship, and most of the money raised during the year is returnedtothe coaches' fund, the ath- letic film fund, or various worthy causes such as the Olympic fund. FLu'ther- more Letterm en help direct parking, or participate in similar service projects when requested. LETTERMEN FALL OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER SGT. AT ARMS Dean Howell Bob Gallucci Tom Perrin Mike Avery Dean Moxley Clark Lewis SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT Lauren Johnson VICE PRES. Lin Casciato SECRETARY Art Lushenko TREASURER Herm Schattenberg SGT. AT ARMS Mike Gabner Bob Hilsenteger fFront Rowj: Dean Howell, Fall President, Lauren Johnson, Spring President' QSecond Rowjz Ru M'l R' k , ss 1 es, ic Godsey, Dave I-iessen, Charles Schrader, Rick Snyder, Dennis Brown, Neil Barnes, Carl Courtnier, Fred Poujade, Bob Gallucci, fThird Rowj: S . . . . . teve Lewis, Sam Hanna, Art Lushenko, Alan Zimmerman, Lin Casciato, David Garvin, Art Andrews, Dennis Farber, Bill La- Barreg fFourth Rowj: Bruce Hofer, Dean Moxley, Kelly McCormick, Mac Haughton, Gerard Brosnan Terry Hiller Mike Har- vey, Ron Ameyg fBack Rowj: Wayne Anderson, Tom Shea, Darrell Bowen, Steve Hawthorne, Hank Tomlinson, ,Mike Avery, Jim Woodhouse, Joe Goodale, Tom Perrin. QFront Rowj' Pat Kennedy, Fall President, Miss Reizner, Advisor, Marcia Leslie, Spring President, QSecond Rowjz Pam Bigoni, G1 Gail Sesler,.Dannette Schroeder, Vicki Springgay, Jane Anderson, Louann Gemma, fBack Rowjc Kathy Stofiel, Susan over, Joyce Gage, Marlo Newby, Mary Bowe, Carole Chamberlin. The purpose of Phi Nu Alpha is to try to interest other students in the study of nursing and to further their own knowledge of nursing. Their activities included such events as a sucker sale, fudge sale, bake sale, Halloween par- ty, caroling party, tour of Good Sa- maritan and Emanuel, cupcake sale, penny project, paper drive, riding horses car Wash anda rummage sale. s FALL OFFICERS PRESIDENT Pat Kennedy VICE PRES. Vicki Springgay SECRETARY Dannett Schroeder TREASURER Jane Anderson HISTORIAN CHAPLAIN Kathy Stofiel SGT. AT ARMS Marlo Newby PHI NU SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER HIS TORIAN CHA PLA IN SGT. AT ARMS ALPHA Marcia Leslie Kathy Stofiel Carol Chamberlain Louann Gemma Pam Bigoni Dannett Schroeder 160 Joanne Dumas takes Kathy Stoflel, Louann Gemma, Dannette Schroeder, Carole Chamberlin and Joyce Gage on atour of the Emanuel and Good Sam- aritan School of Nursing. P Ch 1 Varnell Glenda QFront Rowj: Steve Kanas, Presidentg Mickey Miller, Vice Presidentg fSecond Rowj: Diane oppino, ery , Gunderson Merridith Oxford, Bill Armes, Mary Henarie, Bonne Livesay, Marga Sarriugarte, Donnie Tibbettsg fBack Rowj Randy Copenhaver, Bob Henarie, Roland Brown, Larry McDaniels, Gary Scheverrnan, Rick Dawes. RED SQUARES The purpose of Red Squares is to de- velop in its members an interest in the language and customs of the Russian people., They attended Russian par- ties sponsored by other Russian groups where they engaged in Russian folk songs and dances, conversation and games. During the Foreign Language assembly, they put on "The Three Bears" in Russian. In addition, they wentto a Russian movie "Dimka" and sold Russian cookies after schools OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER HIS TORIAN SGT. AT ARMS Steve Kanas Mickey Miller Sue Phillips Rollyn Brown Morley Gustafson Dan Dolan 161 john McCloud enjoys CL Russian cookie called "Piroshky" which was sold by the Russian class. The Quaker Muskets strive to promote the safe and proper handling of firearms and develop the quality of good sports- manship among its members through competitive shooting. Formed only lastyear, the Quaker Muskets compete with similar clubs all over Portland. PRESIDENT Gary Grisanti VICE PRES. Doug Lauzon SECRETARY TREASURER Linda McBroom EXECUTIVE OFFICER David Alband SGT. AT ARMS Joe Jones QUAKER MUSKETS Team captain, Chuck Hickman, is firing an off hand position during practice at the Tri-County Gun Club. fFront Rowj: Mr. Lauzon, Advisorg Gary Grisanti, Presidentg Mr., Jones, Advisorg fSecond Rowj: Charles Hickman, Captain- Joe Jones, Diane Dignan, Doug Lauzon, Floyd Jonesg fBack Rowl: Ken Webb, LeeAn.n Bladose, Rea Wheeler, David Alband, Dick Simonsen. 162 i K QFront Rowjz Barbara Belland, Fall President, Mr. Shaffer, Advisor, Rollyn Brown, Spring President, fSecond Rowj: Suzanne Bunker, Teresa Namba, Sandy Snider, Candy Jewell, Gay Stryker, Lora Mahlar, Peggy Hatfield, Pam Parker, fThird ROWJ: Karen Geraci, Karen Rauch, Joanne Randol, Twyla Edwards, Vicki Johnston, Rosemary Webb, Marga Sarriugarte, Sandra Krigbaumg fBack Rowjr Steve Morris, Steve Savage, Steve Kanas, Don Delaney. TH ESPIANS The purpose of Thespians is to estab- lish an appreciation of the dramatic arts. They helped with plays, pub- licized "The Miracle Worker," and put on plays for the children's hospital entitled "The Stolen Prince." There were also trips to the Civic Theatre and Reed College. FALL OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRESS, SECRETARY TREASURER CHAPLAIN SGT. AT ARMS SCRIBE Barbara Belland Steve Savage Joanne Randol Twyla Edwards Steve Kanas Rollyn Brown Cliff Samuelson Gay Stryker SPRING OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES SECRETARY TREASURER CHAPLAIN SGT. AT ARMS SCRIBE Rollyn Brown Joanne Randol Sandy Snyder Steve Savage Gay Stryker Steve Kanas Laura Mohler Barbara Belland QFront Rowj: Donna Noren, President, Jan Stewart, Vice President, QSecond Row Cherrie Blackman, Delores Wolford, Marcia Leslie, Fran Rohinett, Bea Brown, Nancy Owings, Ian Wellington, Virginia Brown, Carol Chamberlin QBack Rowj jim Wirick, Roy I-Iovey, Merridith Oxford, Margaret Rueck, Caroline Moore, Jackie Douglas, john Winquist, Ken Rueck The purpose of a YFC club is to pro- mote the cause of Christ on the cam- pus and provide Christian fellowship for the students at Franklin. They have had avery successful year and their mem- bers have thoroughly enjoyed them- selves. Doughnut sales, candy sales, and car washes have enabled them to raise the needed funds for their club. Their meetings are held weekly on either Wednesdayafter school or Tues- day evening. These meetings have of- fered a variety of activities such as films, panel discussions, speakers, and skits, all of which are interesting and helpful for the Christian life. YOUTH FOR CHRIST OFFICERS PRESIDENT I VICE PRES. II VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER I-IISTORLAN 164 Donna Noren Jan Stewart Margaret Rueck Bea Brown Caroline Moore QFront ROWJ: Shirley Cain, Sgt. at Armsg Beth Jensen, Publicity Chairman, Chris Walsh, Treasurer, Marji Debuse, Vice Presidentg Marian Sandoz, President, Peggy Prusak, Sgt. at Armsg Becky Atkinson, Janice Wahlg fSecond Rowjz Linda Lar- son, Terry Bullis, Shelly Williams, Jackie Hines, Vicki Marconi, Diana Edgar, Barbara Jensen, Mary Kushner, Linda Niel song fBack Rowjz Unidentified, Attending the Franklin basketball games, the Pep Club aids the Rally squad to raise the spirit at the games. This year, the members made their own outfits to enable more girls to join. They sold bus tickets to Franklin bas- ketball games at other schools and had amegaphone sale. A doughnut sale to raise funds was also held. PEP CLUB OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE PRES. SECRETARY TREASURER PUB. CHAIRMAN SGT. AT ARMS 165 Marian Sandoz Marji DeBuse Donna Ross Chris Walsh Beth Jensen Peggy Prusak Shirley Cain SQUAD LEADERS Becky Atkinson Janice Wahl Linda Larson Terry Bullis Shelly Williams Jackie Hines Vicki Marconi Diane Edgar Barbara Jensen Mary Kushner Linda Nielson Evelyn Repp Lora Morgan Susan McShatko i wlflg E 'Y 1. PIIRT -5- ,,, f I vs.,- 5 a . . N. fin! Y -Ijigf 5' CI: 'Mn vii 3, ,wgwx W ,Q QJYQHY f iiaizgfibff A f-.- wg, W.w-.H YH-xi Sn.. ,Xa'wf+'f'1?fA""' . 9 ,,..,..xi'-KM A r x .Mm wwe? Wfyid' Q rw' '-xI"41'4,-Q M N42 M. 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A x fig W X , 2 33 f 1' 3 A 'T W V 1 a Q2 N , ? 4,5 ig l ,553 if f 3 . '+V A J gf ' 2 3, rs? 3 X 1355 ff' f if n -.,, zQ1i,2s.x 4 W,-. -MW.: li 4 ugh: .2 N ' 5 ' of 5 :v mmwa ' -. - ff Mm ,f-,,-gd.. ,mf ,..,.-on fi., ,NA 4 .lx 9-Wag W 'M vw .fi-5, F--vim., 1-3 h i -fin E X ,,-,gsgf.QawffZ..w.. X' V if Eg .- 1-.gzsfiifv-, . 21583. wt fin - -,, 2-' L Q 3:-1' -M 14, , . X., , 2' .- argl-P .. QQMJY: 59 11' ,1 , K . . L .g 'Z QFY av"-V ,v .X-,x 35' 3515: -jyff if , gl 7-5,g:'.-rig. 54: 25 " . -vfiffl' 9 " J 'I -'. " I' 'Ihf w x " ' 15 -, V- . -' f ' S' fs.--,, 4 i 1 Y , I 1 s Q 1 Ni 4 Mr. Marvin Flitcroft Director of Athletics For two years, Mr., Marvin Flitcroft has held the position of athletic director at Franklin., As athletic director, he has the responsibility for the successful operation of the athletic department. The entire coaching staff of Franklin relies upon Mr, Flitcroft to answer ques- tions regarding school and administra- tion policy towards athletics. He also has the duty of purchasing new sports equipment, determining methods of maintenance of the football field and baseball diamonds, and for the protec- tion ofthe basketball courts during and between games. In addition to these duties, he keeps order at all sports events, making certain that all unruly spectators or participants are con- trolled. Maintaining a full schedule of classes, Mr. Flitcroft performs his duties as athletic director after school each night. COACHES Mr, Gale Davis Mr., jack Burri Mr. Walt Buckiewicz Mr. Mel Fox Varsity Football Varsity Wrestling Frosh Football Varsity Football Frosh Football Frosh Football F1'0Sh T1'21Ck si. 5 .g eggzgff' ,Q ,, 1- ,MV Mr, Donald Holt Mr. Lynn Hewitt Mr. Leonard Scheele Mr. Yoshinobu Terada J. V. Football J. V., Football Cross Country Boy's Swimming Frosh Basketball J. V. Track Track Golf Mrs. Joanne Mead Mr. Donald Nelson Girl's Swimming Varsity Basketball Miss Beryl Piper Girl's Track Frosh, J. V. Baseball Gir1's Tennis Mr. Gary Jackson Mr. Richard Mabry Varsity Baseball Boy's Tennis 1, V. Basketball fFront Rowj: Ron Bergstrom, Bob Gallucci, Bob Hilsenteger, Lauren Johnson, Doug Kidwiler, Mike Gabner, I-lerm Schatten- berg, Dean Howell, Rick Snyder, jim Lombard, Fred Poujadeg fSecond Rowj: Dean Moxley, Mark Clark, Gary Volz, Randy Jones, Art Lushenko, Carl Courtnier, Tom Perrin, Ron Lebrun, Sylvan Graham, Rick Godsey, Ken Guinng QThird Rowj: Bruce Hofer, Terry Hiller, Skip Barnes, Bob Lovlien, lim Woodhouse, joe Lever, Hank Tomlinson, Clark Griffin, John Acton, Randy jones, Erik Utterstrom, joe Goodale, Elmer Davis, Larry Nudelman, Lane Brown, fBack Rowj: Coach Davis, Larry Lee, Antone Cotton, Earl Curtis, Greg Drais, Darrel Bowen, Tim Heitz, Sam Hanna, Steve Lewis, Steve Hawthorne, Bruce Miller, Coach Fox. WINNING STREAK TOPS GRID SEASON G The Quaker grid machine rolled over its first four opponents to compile one of the better seasons seen at Franklin in many years. The first victim was an undermanned Madison team, which succumbed by a narrow margin of 7-O, a shutout for the outstanding maroon and grey's de- fense. The next week trouble devel- oped and the Quakers trailedjust before half-time 20-0. But methodically the Foxmenran andpassed to a 21-20 vic- tory, thought by many to be the most exciting game ever staged in the Frank- lin bowl. Roosevelt was churned un- derby Franklin's cleats, with all-state halfback Ron Bergstrom leading the at- tack to a 28-7victory. It was the de- fense that won the Benson game as Fran- klin prevailed 7-0. Wilson was the first blot onthe seasonrecord as the Quakers lost 19-14 in a game that seemed to have many turning points. Franklin tied traditional rival Cleveland 20-20. The Indians also stopped the Quaker team's consecutive conversion string at 13--all scored by fullback Bob Ga- llucci. Against formidable Grant, the Quakers were i.n the game all the Way, except for one devastating run by Jun- ior Johnson. The defending state co- champions racked up a 14-7 victory in a thrilling contest. Their momentum stopped, the Quakers finished out the grid campaign with a 26-0 loss to Jef- ferson. Rated among the top ten teams in the state, the Franklin football squad placed in the poll for the first part of the season. The team was rated by the Journal weekly coaches' poll dur- ing the second, third, and fourth weeks, placing eighth, ninth, and tenth re- spectively. This was the first time a Franklin team has been rated since the polls conception in 1948. 170 FINAL PIL STANDIN S W L T Pct. PF PA Grant 8 O 1 . 944 193 45 Wilson 6 1 1 . 813 178 53 jefferson 6 1 2 . 778 155 44 Marshall 5 3 0 . 625 166 115 FRANKLIN 4 3 1 . 563 104 106 Madison 4 4 O . 500 135 68 Roosevelt 3 5 0 . 375 110 182 Benson 3 5 0 . 375 79 126 Lincoln 2 6 0 . 250 72 108 Cleveland 1 6 1 . 188 99 172 Washington 0 8 O .000 37 308 fRight topj: Coach Fox gives final en- couragement tothe team in the locker room. fRight bottom Q: The squad enters the field in preparation for the second half through the traditional files of enthusi- astic students. 31, , kj. E, ,wi Am,M.Q,wE. M. 1-1 Q-fwzimgg EW, ,,fef2.,,: -fff 4 fs 483 -as LE X., . My f, S. fm! a s - 9. ,I ,, A X 3 1+ f 1: my , K - " ' f 3 K - Q ai Q s k. ,w 5 . gf I -. nf- 1, A eff' 41.5 1 5. -5, . ww A ,, . , .Lab 52, 5 .. vm fl :ami whiff' 'NT . V 25. 1 ik , ,A 4 W i s1Q, S sk 1 'nj' V ,qi W Sf ..., .. "iw rf- FH 15324 mga kip, .wfsggg -, , W f -AMW. .,,g,Sv,, , wg as S -4 152 fm . S .QA Q1 S WE Opposite pageg fTopleft,1 Bob Gallucci scores one of his many conversions, fBottomleftl: Mike Gabner and Elmer Davis bring a Trojan to a bone-crush- ing halt.. QTop1-ightj: Bob Lovlien falls on a loose ball as two Cardinals prepare to smother him. fCenter right J: Eric Utterstrom flips the ball to Mike Gab- ner on the opening nlav of the Lincoln game, as Art Lushenko and Rick Snyder lead the interference. QBottom rightj: Joe Goodale goes for daylight as a Car- dinal sets out in Vain pursuit. This ageg fTopleftl1 Ron Bergstrom takes off around left end for a sizeable gain. fTop rightj: Coach Fox, his face showing the strain of the contest, plans his strategy for the next play. fCenter J: Bob Gallucci goes over guard for yard- age the hard Way. QLoWerj: Ron Berg- strom kicks on one of the few punting situations ofthe Madison game.. QBot- itomj: The ball is snapped, and the Quaker's fine offensive team heads for the contact. TEAM STATISTICS Opponent Franklin Yards Rushing 1445 1190 Yards lost rushing 149 239 Net yards rushing 1296 951 Yards gained passing 329 782 Total offensive yards 1625 1733 51 First downs rushing 69 First downs passing 16 29 First downs penalties 4 4 Total first downs 89 84 Fumbles 16 18 Fumbles lost 7 9 Passes 31-81 61-117 Passes had intercepted 5 9 Punts 29-33. O 24-32. 7 Penalties 39-382 24-235 Offensive passes 81 117 Offensive rushes 351 285 Total offensive plays 432 402 VARSITY RECORD FRANKLIN 7 Madison O FRANKLIN 21 Lincoln 20 FRANKLIN 28 Roosevelt 7 FRANKLIN 7 Benson O FRANKLIN 14 Wilson 19 FRANKLIN 20 Cleveland 20 FRANKLIN 7 Grant 14 FRANKLIN O Jefferson 26 QFront Rowj: Scott Shankland, Jim Carnes, Ron Corno, Gary Papasadero, Don Burgard, Harold Poujade, Ed Giannetti, Doug Beltz, Steve Adams, Terry Jacobson, Rick Parrish, QSecond Rowj: Mike Gallucci, Ray Bristow, Ernie Cook, Mike Else, Dave Lindemuth, Don Papasadero, Rick McNerney, Mike Mosee, Bob I-Ienerie, Ed Croft, fBack Rowjz Glen Harding, Jake Thomas, Dan Evans, Brodie Birch, Doug Lindley, Kevin Roark, Chuck Nyehart, Ron Alexander, Andy Luschenko, Cal Louie, Ken Sny- der. J.V. RECORD EQUALS VARSITY The gridiron campaign for J. V. scrap- pers was not spectacular on the popular scale of games won and games lost, but it was a hard fought and interesting sea- son. With the leadership of head coach Holt and the assistant coach Hewitt, the Quakers tallied 4 wins, 3 losses, and one tie., Elmer Davis eludes pursuers for a touch- down against an undermanned Roose- velt squad. JV FOOTBALL RECORD FRANKLIN 24 Madison 12 FRANKLIN 6 Lincoln 6 FRANKLIN 33 Roosevelt 20 FRANKLIN 26 Benson 12 FRANKLIN O Wilson 6 FRANKLIN 19 Cleveland O FRANKLIN 12 Grant 26 FRANKLIN O Jefferson 27 174 QFront Rowj: Steve Estes, Steve Nelson, Mike Evans, Bob Gross, Larry Foster, Dennis Monner, Dale South, Garry Wilson, jim Harrington, Nat Flathers, Mike McDow, Dave Rutan, Gordon Weisenberg, Mark Neuharth, Mark Halvorson, Joe De- laney, Terry Carr, Carl Morrison, Mark Behrkeg fSecond Rowj: Robert Itami, Jim MacDaniels, Rudy Casciato, Steve Lieb, Dale Webb, Anthony I-Iuie, Phil Carroll, Don Watts, John Medina, Tom Stewart, John Marino, Glen Caniparoli, Bryan Schmitz, Mark Swain, Tom Welch, Jay Hopkins, Mike Pond, john Cavagnag QBac.k Rowj: John Struble, john Savory, Ken Bolder, Mike Kenny, Curtis Gustafson, Marshall Short, Chuck Vanderburg, Larry Nelson, Don Jones, Mark Mills, Gary Gorowski, Chuck Byer, Ron Roberts, John Soles, Don Velander, John Gallucci, Roger Kruse. FRESHIVIEN PLACE SECOND IN CITY Franlclin's freshmen football squad amassed a magnificent record of four wins, one loss, and one tie. Only one opponent was able to score against them the entire season, two touchdowns by Wilson produced a one point loss for Franklin. The powerful defense held every other team scoreless, while the offense tallied a total of fifty-eight points. Extremely strenuous practice sessions developed tremendous spirit and drive inthe young team. These efforts paid off by giving the baby Quakers second place in the city standings. FROSH FOOTBALL RECORD FRANKLIN O Roosevelt O FRANKLIN 13 36115011 0 FRANKLIN 13 Wilson 14 FRANKLIN 12 Cleveland O ' 'M FRANKLIN 6 Grant O Roosevelt line stops Quaker runner in gruelling game. FRANKLIN 14 jefferson O 175 QFront Rowj: Gerard Brosnan, Bob Hay, Bill Coila, Mason Haughtong fBack Row, Marc Koeing, Bob Carnes, Art Andrews, Dick Beswick, John Kincaid, Tom Berry. QFront Rowj: Larry Mole, Alan Howell, Kirk Temple, jim Coons, Mike johnson. fFront Rowjz Dan Lanning, Jeff Furnish, Steve Renish, Norman Brokenshire, Mike Mueller, fBack Rowj: Rick Hmnphries, Paul Isbell, Ed Gallucci, Steve Massie. 176 The cross-country squad runs one of Coach Scheele's gruelling Swedish "Fartlek" fspeed playj programs in preparation for the annual city meet at Wilson. CROSS CGUNTRY ENDURES BUILDING SEASON This year's cross-country team, guid- ed by Mr. Scheele, was lead by sen- iors Mason Haughton, Dennis Farber and Bob Walsh. Mr. Scheele com- mented that "the team was very in- experienced, with only two previous lettermen, but the team worked hard and showed tremendous desire exem- plifying the tradition of the Quaker run- ners. " The thinclads improved stead- ily throughout the season, as practice became more grueling. Cross-country shows great promise for next year with 20 returning competitors. fI.eftlr Dennis Farber runs over-distance in preparation for the city meet. QCenterj: Bob Walsh warms up before a strenuous daily practice. fl-lightj: Exhibiting his superior form, Mace Houghton paces a quarter mile. QFront Rowj: John Lesina, Larry Miller, Pat Purdy, Ken Yowell, Robert Hubbard, Al Alexander, Bill LSBHITSQ fSecond Rowj: Tom Krettler, Bob Frohwerlc, Willis Keeney, Jim Krettler, Ken Rueck, Reese Hamar, George Hill, Jerry Barello. NEW COACHES GUIDE SWIMMING TEAMS IFront Rowjz Darlene Little, Nancy I-Iodson, Morley Gustafson, Carolyn Pemone, Kathy McNerney,Tina Weaver, Sheryl Bar- telg fBack Rowj: Suzanne Bunker, Melanie Barnett, Karen Westerfield, Marcia Lamb, Linda Draper, DeliaBacon, Rhonda Wood, Lindy Langdon. 178 Two members of the girls' swimming squad begin an event against Washington at Buckman pool. Frank1in's boys' swim team exhibits fine form as they begin a race against Madison. l l 179 Franl-:lin'sboys' swim team, under the supervision of Mr. Terada, their new coach, compiled a 3 win - 7 loss rec- ord in PIL competition. Practice ses- sions before schoolpaid off as the Qua- ker squad qualified four swimmers for the state meet. Earning berths in the ZOO yard team medley relay were Bob Hubbard, Gary Super, Jim Krettler and KenYowell. Ken also qualified in the 200 yard individual freestyle event. Guided by Mrs. Mead, the girl swim- mers completed their schedule with a 2 win - 8 lossrecord. Thisyear'steam shows great promise for the future with all but one member able to return next year. Leading the team were Sheryl Bartel, who swam freestyle, and Kathy Mc- Nerney, who swam the butterfly. Los- ing only once, Kathy amassed a total of fourteen wins . fFront Rowl: Dan Roisom, Sam Hanna, Rick Seaburg, Bob Carnes, Rick Putnam, Herm Schattenberg, Ron Bergstromg fBack Rowj: Dick Henry, Carl Conrtnier, Dick Beswick, Joe Goodale, Erik Utterstrom, Ken Holstrom, Jim Heiman. VARSITY REAPS EXPERIENCE Finding experiences lacking and the competition tough, the Quakers suf- fered through sixteen losses, but fought back for six victories through the hoop season. In pre-season play the Frank- lin five were dwarfed by the tall Sun- set Apollo's. This proved fatal as the Quakers fell to the state play-off bound squad 97-56. The following game saw the maroon and grey battle Newberg ina nip and tuck struggle, finally go- ing down to defeat 46-42. It seemed that the pre-season play on the maples had set the mood for the Franklin varsity as they lost their first four league games to Washington, Cleveland, Roosevelt and Benson., However victory was still in sight as the Quakers upset tall and talented third place Wilson 58-56. Jefferson again sealed the hoop for the Quakers with their tremendous speed and jumping ability 82-52. Lincoln and Grant fol- lowed suit handing the home forces two more losses, however Lincoln's vic- tory was a squeaker 56-54 while Grant's thriller win came off of a 68-57 score. Journeying to Madison the Quakers pulled off a 66-54 win, and then fin- ished outthe first halfwith a 66-58 dip- ping by Marshall. The second half of league play looked as though it would repeat the first as Washington again rolled over the ma- roon and grey by a large margin, this time 78-47. But the Quakers were de- termined to improve their league standing and did so at the expense of Cleveland, 67-61. Roosevelt faced the Quakers next, pulling the game off of the boards by the threads of their tennis shoes 50-49. The Benson Tech- men engineered their way through the Franklin defense to a 52-47, but the "jolly green giants" of Wilson were cut downto size and canned for the second time, this time by a 73-61 margin, by the Franklin harvestors. The Jefferson Democrats thought they could filibuster the finish of the game with the third quarter score at 64-33, but found a quick vote had to be taken to down the Quakers 76-64. Lincoln shuffled anoth- er card, even dealing 58-52 for another Franklin loss. Grant, commanding all their Generals in an overwhelming bat- tle, defeated the Quakers 84-52, The Madison Senators found their term had expired and the Marshall Minutemen noticed their clocks ticking off hours as they both fell to the hands of the Quaker casaba-men, 59-56 and 65-56 respectively. Franklin placed two members on the all-city squads and one received all- state mention. Schattenberg scored 349 points placing fourth in league scoring with a 17. 3 points per game average, made first team all-city and honorable mention for the state squad. Goodale gained all-city honorable mention. 180 PIL Standings fFinal, First Halfl Grant 10 jefferson 8 Washington 7 Lincoln 6 Wilson 5 Benson 5 Cleveland 4 Madison 4 Roosevelt 2 Marshall 2 FRANKLIN 2 PIL fFinal, Grant 10 jefferson 9 Washington 6 Madison 6 Wilson 5 FRANKLIN 4 Lincoln 4 Cleveland 3 Roosevelt 3 Benson 3 Marshall 2 0 1.000 - 689 532 2 .800 2 635 496 3 .700 3 539 481 4 .600 4 468 485 5 .500 5 572 534 5 .500 5 520 565 6 .400 6 561 610 6 .400 6 516 536 8 .200 8 453 562 8 .200 8 491 571 8 .200 8 572 654 Standings Second Halfj 01.000 - 21 1 955 1 .9001 18 4 818 4 .600415 7.682 4 .600 411 11 500 5 500 5 11 11 500 6 .400 6 616 273 6 .400 6 11 11 500 7 .300 7 715 318 7 .300 7 6 16 273 7 .3007 913.409 8 ,200 8 418 182 Bob Lovlein goes high for two points against Madison. The L V. basketball team broke even this seasonwith elevenwins and eleven losses., Splittingtheirpre-seasongames with a win and loss, they then proceeded toa six win, four loss mark in first half competition, reversing thisrecord dur- ing the second half. The I., V. team, beinga training ground for future var- sity competitors, showed its potential by turning in consecutive wins against Washington, Cleveland and Roosevelt in its first three league tilts. TEAM S CORES FRANKLIN Suns et FRANKLIN Newberg FRANKLIN Washington FRANKLIN Cleveland FRANKLIN Roosevelt FRANKLIN Benson FRANKLIN Wilson FRANKLIN Jefferson FRANKLIN Lincoln FRANKLIN Gr ant FRANKLIN Madison FRANKLIN Marshall FRANKLIN Washington FRANKLIN Cleveland FRANKLIN Roosevelt FRANKLIN Benson FRANKLIN Wilson FRANKLIN Jefferson FRANKLIN Lincoln F RANK LIN Gr ant FRANK LIN Madison FRANKLIN Marshall J.V.'S SPLIT SEASON fFront Rowl: Vance Putnam, Don Burgard, Ron Stefani, Ray Bristow, Steve Gimbol, Scott Shankland, Larry Moore, Don I-licksg fBaCk Rowj: Brodie Birch, Ed Croft, Bob Lovlien, Dan Evans, Stan Heath, Harold Poujade, Keith Hansen, Rick Par rish, Doug Lindley, Dick Henry, Rick Soderberg. X wx R sg , Q 3 we S3553 E. QHQ1? Q .ima .sw LM Q-pposite pageg fTop lefty: Franklin all- city guard Herm Schattenberg makes the fast break pay off as he scores another two points. fBottom leftj: Dick Beswick lends support as Schattenberg fights for a Franklin tip-in, as we see the action from a tonsil'spoint of view. QTop rightl: Rick Putnam uses his ef- fective outside jump shot as Ken Hol- strom waits under the net. fBottom rightj: Bob Carnes goes up for a fade- away field goal under the net against Cleveland. This pageg QTQP lefty: A pre-game chalk talk by Coach Nelson prepares the team for the Grant game. QBottom leftj: Joe Goodale scores on a fast- break lay-in against Cleveland as Schattenberg, Beswick, and Putnam follow. TEAM SCOPES FRANKLIN Sunset 97 FRANKLIN Newberg FRANKLIN Washington FRANKLIN Cleveland FRANKLIN Roosevelt FRANKLIN Benson FRANKLIN Wilson FRANKLIN Jefferson FRANKLIN Lincoln FRANKLIN Grant FRANKLIN Madison FRANKLIN Marshall FRANKLIN Washington FRANKLIN Cleveland FRANKLIN Roosevelt FRANKLIN Benson FRANKLIN Wilson FRANKLIN Jefferson FRANKLIN Lincoln FRANKLIN Grant FRANKLIN Madison FRANKLIN Marshall 183 A successful season was the reward for the toddlinghoopers as they pulled the diapers over the eyes of nine of their opponents. The first game of the sea- son was a disheartening defeat, as the Quakers were colonized by the Coloni- als 50-49. Tying their tenny runners a tad tighter, the frosh met their next nine opponents, dunking them in order. The Franklin freshmen completed this triumphant season with nine wins and one loss averaging 56. 6 points per game. TEAM SCORES FRANKLIN 49 Washington 50 FRANKLIN 46 Benson 36 FRANKLIN 54 Jefferson 47 FRANKLIN 37 Grant 29 FRANKLIN 68 Marshall 57 FRANKLIN 69 Cleveland 46 FRANKLIN 63 Roosevelt 50 FRANKLIN 59 Wilson 51 FRANKLIN 59 Lincoln 33 X FRANKLIN 62 Madison 32 Bill Todd takes a short jump shot in the 62 to 32 victory over Madison., TODDLERS DOMINATE BABY LEAGUE QFront Rowj: Chuck Byer, John S11'uble, Dan Trinci, Rudy Casciato, Mark Swain, Gordon Weisenberg, Mike McDow, Bob Yoder, Terry Malseyg fSecond Rowl: Perry Hines, Roger Kruse, Mike Kenny, Gary Gorowski, Ron Robert, lim Harrington, Byron Lindholm, Larry Nelson, QBack Rowj: Bill Todd, Dan Velander, Marshall Short, Rick Robinson, John Gallucci, Ger- ald jarboe, Clayton Corbett, Steve Boock. 184 fFr0nt ROW? Andy Blevins, Bob Hill, Doug Thompson, Lin Casciato, Glen Harding, Mark Jones, Eric Moffittg fBack Rowjz Coach Burri, Steve Savage, Lauren Johnson, Clark Lewis, Dean Moxley, Mike Rouw, Bruce Miller, Wayne Anderson. MATMEN REPRESENT FRANKLIN IN CITY AND STATE FINALS The Quaker wrestling squad turned in an impressive twelve wins and four losses record this year. Individual Wres- tlers and their accomplishments high- lighted this mat season with the state meet as the ultimate aim of the grap- plers. Two wrestlers attained this goal and earned the right to represent Frank- lin at the state tournament in Corvallis. Lauren Johnson, at 136 pounds, and Dean Moxley, at 178 pounds, placed second in the city wrestling tournament and were therefore qualified for the state meet--the following weekend. Moxley, who was undefeated during the regular season, fell ill the week before the state meet and had to be scratched from competition. Johnson also com- pleted an undefeated season, losing on- ly one match in the final for the city championship. Similarly at the state meet he placed second, losing three to two in the finals. At the city tournament other Franklin wrestlers distinguished themselves by placing in the finals: Matt Walters, at115pounds, placed fourth in the an- nual competition while Lin Casciato, at 123 pounds, placed third. Greg Drais, at 148 pounds, achieved fourth place and Clark Lewis, at 168 pounds, added third place to the Quakers credit. TEAM SCORES F RANKLIN Washington 5 FRANKLIN Lincoln 8 FRANKLIN jefferson 18 FRANKLIN Grant 29 FRANKLIN Madison 24 FRANKLIN Marshall 31 FRANKLIN Cleveland 27 FRANKLIN Roosevelt 8 F RANKLIN Benson 20 FRANKLIN W'ils0n 26 PIL Wrestling Standings Marshall Grant Wilson Cleveland Madison FRANKLIN Benson Lincoln Roosevelt Washington Jefferson PF 369 347 323 305 323 297 225 158 167 109 166 PG 121 164 149 181 182 196 301 355 359 416 342 QFront Rowj: Harold Stromberg, Ron Hoover, Ron Thompson, Larry Miller, Al Jones, Greg Drais, Richard Candland, Art Lushenkog fSecond Rowjz Jim Hyland, Gary Doyle, Craig Brenner, Roger Shioshi, John Gray, Ron Doyle, Bill LaBarre, Dal Larson, Mel McKinnon, QBack Rowj: Wally Brown, Al Bufton, john Yoder, Mike Bush, Doug Tesdal, Dave Marsh. J.V.'S BACK VARSITY The junior Varsity wrestling squad serves as back up to the varsity. Any member of this squad may challenge the varsity member in his weight class for the starting role at the next meet. Competition is keen and every wres- tler who attains varsity must work con- stantly to keep it. In this Way the best wrestlers are kept on varsity and it serves toboost team spirit and morale. This year the L V. team established an excellentrecord of seven wins and two defeats., Many members of this squad were sophomores and juniors and will foster an experienced varsity team next year., TEAM S CO RES FRANKLIN Washington 1 8 FRANKLIN Lincoln 1 1 FRANKLIN Jefferson 10 FRANKLIN Grant 18 FRANKLIN Madison 37 FRANKLIN Marshall 26 FRANKLIN Cleveland 21 FRANKLIN Roosevelt 13 -- FRANKLIN Benson 16 Larry Miller moves in for a takedown against his Roosevelt opponent. 186 6 Fran.klin's first year wrestling squad performed above many speculations this season. Duplicating the hard work and determination of the varsity, the Quakers compiled a season's record of six wins and one defeat. Also the team tied, in the league standings, for second place. Individuals who achieved ex- cellence in the annual freshmen invi- tational city meet held at Grant were: George Andyke, at 95 pounds, who placed first, and Dave Rutan at 115 pounds who placed second in the com- petition. In addition, the frosh lost Ken Bolder to the varsity as he gained first string status, and a win at the city meet. TEAM SCORES FRANKLIN 49 jefferson 12 FRANKLIN 38 Benson 12 FRANKLIN 46 Washington 20 FRANKLIN 34 Wilson 23 FRANKLIN 28 Grant 27 FRANKLIN 25 Cleveland 41 FRANKLIN 56 Roosevelt 3 Dennis Monner gains riding position in a match with Grant. BABY GRAPPLERS TAKE SECO ND QFront Rowj: Gary johnson, Anthony Hue, Jim MacDaniels, Ron Wilson, Steve Lieb, Larry Jackson, George Andyke, Mike Woolfolk, Wally Gage, Robbie Eaton, Mitch Kline, Mark Smith, fSecond Rowj: John Savory, Dean Basinger, Jeff Furnish, john Marino, Robert Itami, Larry Foster, Don Watts, Dave Rutan, Lee Davis, Carl Morrison, QBack Rowj: Sam Hess, Mike Pond, Dennis Monner, Mark Mills, Ken Bolder, Joe Delaney, Ron Kirkpatrick, Phil Carroll, Ray Mirenda, Pete Borschowa. 187 55 new ,TQ fn ,im fi? 'S gg A 3 55 ,E QEEOSVCG 23395 fTop leftj: State run- ner-up Lauren Johnson executes a far ankle-rightbreakdown to force his op- ponent to the mat. QMidd1e leftj: Mark jones drives for a pin off of an arm lev- er maneuver.. QBottom lefty: Matt Walters uses a near-leg-left to thwart a reversal attempt by his Roosevelt op- ponent. QTop rightj: Ron Hoover ex- ecutesa stand-up maneuver for a one- point escape. QBottom rightj: Bob Hill shows his tremendous strength as he gets a single-leg takedown. This page-, fTop J: Lin Casciato moves in for an excellent double-leg take- down against a Roosevelt opponent. QMiddlej: Lin Casciato goes for a near pin witha far arm ride. QBottom lefty: Doug Thompson gets a takedown with a back heel trip. QBottom rightj: The strain of the Madison meet shows in the faces of Coaches Burri and Davis, and the team. QFrOnt Rowj: Dennis Treibel, Ken Daniels, Gordon Hendersong lBack Rowj: Linda Stucki, Diane Weisenberg, Carol Berg Strom, Sallie Taylor, Sarah Lorusso, Linda Lu Aurand. RALLY ROWDIES ROUSE ROOTERS fFront Rowj: Gloria Goetz, Gayle Stuckig fBack Rowj: Susy Benson, Debbie Vasile, Vicki Ellenwood, Barbara Webb. 190 I I fFront Rowj: Bob Hay, Neil Barnes, John Kincaid, Chuck Schrader, Ken Fuglee, Mason Haughton, Mike Gabner, Dean Howell, Dean Moxley, Dennis Farber, QSecond Rowj: Dale Johnson, Steve Jensen, Rick Nagle, Gerard Brosnan, Ves Fitz hugh, Elmer Davis, Dick Jewell, Greg Drais, Jim Poole, Dale Monroe, Mike Petrarcag QLast Rowj: Dick Beswick, Jim- Heiman, Ivan Wong, Art Lushenko, Bruce Miller, Antoine Cotton, Art Andrews, Charles DeFir, Larry Mole, Coach Scheele. SENIORS DOMINATE VARSITY TRACK SQUAD Coach Len Scheele led his Franklin actively competed in all events man- spikes through an unsuccessful earl aging to pull a few upsets in the pro- V season, climaxed by an unfortunate eighth place finish at the city relays. This year's squad, dominated by seniors but lacking effective depth, did have some outstanding performers and per- formances however. Mike Gabner, Mike Avery, and Dean Moxley turned in impressive early season perform- ances: Gabner inthe hurdles and broad jump, Avery in the high jump, and Moxley in the discus. At the annual city relays, the Quakers competed without Gabner and Moxley and missed a fifth place finish only by the untime- ly scratch of a fine shuttle hurdles team. In dual meet action, the Quakers were beaten first by Wilson and Marshall in a triangular meet, and Madison and Benson in subsequent weeks. Although short in the scoring end of these con- tests the maroon and grey thinclads cess. The eventual outcome of the season will rely on Coach Scheele's optimism and his fervent battle cry: "I don't care if you win one dual meet all season, as long as you Win at city. " EARLY SEASON MEET RESULTS FRANKLIN 36, Wilson 55, Marshall 70 FRANKLIN 57 213, Madison 73 113 City Relays: Eighth Place, 14 213 points FRANKLIN 55 213, Benson 75 113 Frosh Dan Lanning runs a Varsity mile 192 J. V. TRACKNIEN OUTDISTANCE OPPONENTS Colin MacKenzie, Pat Elliot, fSecond Row, Kirk Temple, exander, jim Coons, Don Papasadero, Andy Lushenkog QBa Sweeney, Doug Lindley, Rick Parrish, Rainier Anacker, M QFront Rowj: Alan Howell, Bruce Bauder, Rick McNerney, n I C The Junior Varsity track team coached by Mr. Hewitt, made an impressive showing at the beginning of the season. Perhaps the most representative meet atthe time the book Went to press was the annual cityrelays in which the J. V. cindermen placed fourth. A united team effort was prevalent, with the Quakers gaining fourth places in the broad jump, high jump, and shot put relays, and a sixth place finish in the 440 yard relay. as 5 Bob Lovlein, Mike Gallucci, Roger Shioshi, Richard Frantila, Ed Croft, Ron Earnest, Dave Lindemuth, Bob Carlson, Ron Al- k Rowj: Coach Hewitt, Mike Speciale, Harold Poujade, Bob arty Christenson, Pat Purdy. The freshmanuack squad, coached by Mr. Buchiewicz, turnedin magnificent performances to highlight Quaker track in the early season. At the city relays, the baby cindermen tied for second place with 44 points, grabbing first place finishes inthe mile, shuttle hur- dles, and broad jump relays, a tie for second place in the high jump relay, second and fourth place finishes in the pole vault, and fifth and sixth in the 440 and 880 yard relays respectively. FROSH TAKE SECOND IN CITY RELAYS 'iw QFront Rowj: jeff Oreste, Steve Estes, Dan Wright, Dan Lanning, Mike McDow, jim Davis, Dale Webb, Jay Hopkins, John Struble, john Cavagna, Paula Taylor, Greg Nelson, Tom Stewart, fBack Rowj: Coach Buckiewicz, Anthony Huie, Jeff Fur- nish, Ron Roberti, Steve Massie, Terry Malsey, Mark Neuhart, Ken Bolder, Mike Rankin, Marshall Short, John Gallucci, joe Delaney, Richard Humphries, Edward SheetS. MW ,... Q-pposite pageg QTop leftj: Ken Fuglee begins his tuck as he attempts 11 feet in the pole vault. fTop rightj: Bruce Miller exhibits near-perfect form inthe shot-pug as he breaks 49 feet. fBottom leftj: The camera catches Mike Gab- ner on his Way to a first-place broad jump against Wilson and Marshall. fBottom rightj: John Kincaid comes home in an easy victory in the 880 against Benson. This pageg fTopj: Mace Haughton exe- cutes a fair start in the 100 yard dash, but John Brown of Benson jumps the gun. fMiddlej: Dean Moxley shows good form in the discus as he begins his spin on the way to an unofficial school record. fBottoml: Mike Gab- ner clears the last hurdle in the 120 yard high hurdle event against Benson to post a 15. 1 effort, the best in the city at that time. fFront Rowj: Alan Zimmerman, Jerry Emra, Ralph Rossi, Dick Gage, Dave Hesson, Lin Casciato, Steve Schmeer, Ron Stefani, Larry Nudelman, Mark Carter, Darrel Bowen, fBack Rowj: Coach jackson, Gary Volz, Bill Wirtz, joe Goodale, Sam Hanna, Jim Hall, Ralph Reisbeck, Bob Carnes, Kelly McCormick, Wayne Carlson, Steve Ullman. VARSITY NINE FACES KEEN COMPETITION Beginning the 1965 baseball season, the Quakers greeted eight returning lettermen. Although this experience was plentiful on the field, the pitching battery was deficient in number. Dave I-lesson and Ron Stefany made up for a major part of their shortage, shutting- out several opponents. Losses come with every season, but two were quite significant, qualifying the old cliche "the game isn't over until the last out." The first opponent to prove this statement true was Benson. Leading in the bottom of the seventh 3-O the Quakers were astonishingly de- feated 4-3 by the pile driving Tech- man. Second to add testimony to this fact was Washington. Confident of vic- tory, the Quaker diamond men lead 5-1 in the seventh inning. After an erroron- eous half inning in favor of the Colon- ials, Franklin fell 7-5. EARLY SEASON GAME SCORES FRANKLIN 2, Benson 6 FRANKLIN 1, RooseveltO FRANKLIN 3, Benson 4 FRANKLIN 5, Washington 7 ,,, .ii Lin Casciato rounds third off jerry Emi-a's double to score the winning run of the Roosevelt game in the seventh inning. 196 FIELDING KEYNOTES J.V. SUCCESS fFront Rowj: Glen Harding, Terry Jacobsen, David Evony, John Payne, Don Hicks, Mike Else, Mike Nakata, Doug Brad- ford, Kurt Gustafson, QBack Rowj: Mike Bush, John Yoder, Rick Soderberg, Don Velnder, Rick Robinson, Mike DeAngelo, Randy Lewis, Scott Shankland. An early seasonwalloping of the Madi- son Senators highlighted the year for the Franklin junior Varsity baseball team. However, alack of good pitch- ing allowed their next two opponents, Cleveland and Benson to post identical victories of 8-5 over the Quaker squad. Coach Don Nelson developed his team's strong defense to lead the Way to several other wins before the season ended. For the first time in the Portland I.nter- scholastic League, competition was held among freshman baseball teams. Coachedby Mr. Don Nelson, the fresh- men's initial season included only five games, each of whom found the Frank- lin squad a worthy opponent. At press time, the Frosh had won their first two games, defeating Cleveland 6-1 and Jefferson 12-3. FRANKLIN ORGANIZES FROSH BASEBALL TEAM QFI-ont Rowj: Robert ltami, Dale South, Gary Walker, Dan Trinci, Mike Pond, Bob Yoder, Bob Gross, George AnDyke5 fBack Rowj: Terry Carr, Curtis Gustafson, Danny Velander, Rick Robinson, Ray Hoyt, Mark Geimer, Rudy Casciato. Q-pposite pageg Q'l'op lefty: Joe Goodale raps a base hit as the Franklin squad looks on from the dugout. QTop rightj: Jerry Emra steals third base as the catchers peg falls short. fCenter leftj: Jim Hall sets for the bunt. QCenter rightj: Homeward bound Ron Stefani scores for Franklin by-passing a hap- less Washington catcher. QBottom leftj: School administrators, Mr. Westcott, Mr. King, and Mr. Murray View the progress of a baseball contest. QBottom rightj: Kelly McCormick streaks safely to first base despite the vain attempt of the first baseman. This a eg QTopj: The team watches ch Jackson contemplates the next move While Joe Goodale prepares to enter the warm -up circle. QBottom J: Ajubilant jim Hall rounds third on his Way to pay dirt with a passing glance at a waiting diird baseman. QFront Rowj: Greg Conyne, Hank Tomlinson, Lauren Johnson, Ken Guinn, Mil-ze Guinng fBack Rowj: Ron Bronleewe Dave Marsh, Jim Lau, Ron Hoover, Doug Thompson. LETTERMEN STRENGTHEN BOYS' TENNIS TEAM Backed by a core of returning letter- men, the Franklin boys' tennis team netted several victories in league com- petition. Losing their first matches to Cleveland, one of the city's top teams and Winning the second from Roosevelt by the large margin of 5-O, the squad improved as the season matured. With the first and second position singles players unable to compete, each mem- ber was forced to move up two positions to tougher competition. However, the boys' were able to better last season's record. With the help of Mr. Mabry, the boys' tennis coach, each member was able to improve his game by the end of the year in order to compete at the city tournament. Lauren Johnson returns an opponent's serve in a home match 200 ,f i .,'. lr .:,.,E , Jwwqte. fFront Rowjz Laurie Anderson, Janet Equall, Louann Gemma, Glenda Gunderson, Suzanne Bonney, janet Federici, Morley Gustafson. GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM DOIVIINATES LEAGUE Janet Federici returns volley in winning match. The only thing that was able to stop this year's girls' tennis team was wet Weather. For the fourth year in a row, the girls posted one of the top records inthe Portland Interscholastic League. Losing only one member from last year's squad, they found themselves one ofthe best inthe city. Defeating their first two opponents by scores of 5-O, the girls continued to dominate the leage. Coached by Miss Piper, only one member was Without previous var- sity experience. All others had been on the 1964 team which itself placed fifth in league competition. By the end of this season, several members were well prepared to capture places in the citytournament and continue on for state championships. EARLY WINS PACE GOLF TEAM 4- ilk. Gilbert Hargreaves, Ron Hayes, Earl Curtis, Brian Belt, Gary Booth, Virgil Libke, Ken Weberg, Dave Olson, Ross Yamasaki. This year's golf squad has the potential to be one of the best ever at Franklin. Bettering last year's record in the first matches ofthe season, the Quaker iron- menhave a chance to finish in the up- per ranl-cs of the P. I. L golf standings. The team consists of six players who play in their respective positions ac- cording to their ability. Each person gets a chance to improve his position by bettering his score. GIRLS TRACK This is the second year for a girls' track squad at Franklin. Under the direction of Mrs. Mead, the girls learn the basic skills of female track and field com- petition., The girls' event schedule dif- fers slightly from the traditional track and field program in that the running events are shorter, the hurdles lower, and the only field events other than the highjump and broad jump are the bas- ketball and softball throw. TEAM LEARNS FUNDAMENTALS V QFron1: Rowl: Anne Wolfe, Ann Smith, Sylvia Hillesland, Virginia Brown, Evon McKinnon, Laura Morgan, Marsha Smithers, Donna Normoule, Ann Gniewosz, Rea Andrew, Mrs. Mead, Coach, QBack Rowj: Nancy Davis, Susan Head, Rhonda Wood, Minda Bales, Chris Gniewosz, Darlene Little, Kathy Ross, Beverly Singletary. fd YW ' ' fffwrwffg, , ,Lg, ,gggwf ,,Ww,5f5s,it,,s5aEg 2 . . new asefsezar-if: af-asifiisarsff--1 3 R ww Vf-- , 1Q,,,,:,gff. -I-r-,f f .fmgzrf.s,f .s,,sas,,yr ,,,2R,Ss1W,f?,,35 lr 45.6, wer 1 W - f, awe 2wr,,1:r1f+' .. .. 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First they selected a theme, "The Spirit of Christmas Past, " and then they planned decorations to fit this theme., Each cabinet member was on a com- mittee for the dance. At each home football game, our cab- inetheldajoint meeting with the cab- inet from our opposition's school. These meetings offered a chance for each cabinet to get new ideas and to share theirs with other schools. The fall cabinet also prepared two amend- ments to the school constitution. Both amendments, one concerning voting, were defeated. The fall cabinet turned over their positions to their successors at an assembly in early spring. l FALL STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT Gordon Henderson To have represented Franklin High School is an honor I find hard to repay. lt has given me the opportunity to travel from coast to coast, to dis- cuss with other student leaders the responsibilities that the youth now hold and soon will inherit. It isour responsibility to set our goals high, then aim higher. ltwe should miss, our position will be above that attained had we set our goals too low. J. M. Barrie related this Factwhen he stated, "The lite of every man is a diary in which he means to write one story and writes another, and his humblest hour is when he compares the volume as it is with what he vowed to make it." By entrusting to me your reputation as a school you have given me an irreplaceable honor, one that I will value all my life. X 206 Gordon Henderson and Mr. Westcott peddle hard for a Franklin victory in the tan- dem bicycle race at the half-time activities of the first football game. FALL. CABINET ORGANIZES FALL EXECUTIVE CABINET S. B. President S. B. Vice Pres. S, B. Secretary S. B, Treasurer S. B. Pub. Chrm. A. G, S. Pres. A. F. M. Pres. Sr. Class Pres. Jr. Class Pres. Soph. Class Pres. Fresh. Class Pres. Gordon Henderson Mike Michigami Marga Sarriugarte Marsha Terao Diane Bilquist Phyllis Harris Gary Tash Harold Thompson Steve Kanas Mike Nakata john Cavagna ACTIVITIES QFront Rowj: Marsha Terao, Marga Sarriugarte, Gordon Henderson, Mike Michigamig IBack Rowj: Diane Bilquist, Phyllis Harris, Harold Thompson, Mike Nakata, Alan Woolfolk. 207 4 sm FALL STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES Linda AnDyke, Chris Anspach, Delores Ball, Leanne Beard, Susie Benson, Carol Bradshaw, Linda Brady, jerry Brown, Rollyn Brown, Margaret Bruner, Chuck Byer, Terry Carr, Iohn Cavagna, Ron Corno, Carolyn Crockett, Ed Croft, Marji DeBuse, Pat Elliott, Dennis Farber, Sue Fitzgerald, Ken Fuglee, Don Gallucci, Mike Gallucci, Steve Gimbol, Gai Granato, Dan Green, Eileen Grellert, Lela Grimes, Connie Harris, Valerie Holmes, Debbie Hopkins, Dean Howell, Terry Jacobsen, jean leppeson, Candy Jewell, Lael Jones, Steve Kanas, Diane Kasparek, Ann Keister, Kathy Kelly, Mike Kenny, Steve Lewis, Rosannd Lupo, David Marsh, Robert McLellarn, Ron McClenahan, Linda Mirenda, Sue Mitchell, Marilyn Mizote, Derek Monroe, Teresa Namba, Steve Norton, Terrell Orme, O'Ann Parrent, Maureen Peloquin, Carla Prier, Lynn Proffitt, Wylene Reece, Ken Rose, Morris Sarriugarte, Steve Savage, Bob Schmorl, Chris Schulman, Rick Schulman, JoAnn Sherman, Sonia Sommers, Kathy Staino, Jean Surbagh, Ianey Taylor, Sharin Ullman, Gary Walker, Chris Walgh, Shelly Williams. COUNCILS DISCUSS SCHOOL PROBLEMS lien Fuglee, President Pro-Tempore, Sonia Sommers, Secretary, Mike Michigami, esident. Student Council provides a means of communication between the adminis- tration and the students. Representa- tives are elected twice a year in fresh- man, junior, and senior social studies classes and in sophomore English clas- ses. These students attend the student council meetings and participate in discussions to decide issues pertaining to all of the students. They also work on committees such as the good neigh- bor, and clean-up committees. Representatives are often asked to get opinions on issues from their classmates and then relay these opinions to the other representatives. This helps the administration and executive cabinet make decisions on such issues as con- stitutional revisions and instituting clean-up campaigns. Everyone has the opportunity, directly or indirectly to participate in student government s through this organization. is 208 Gordon Herzig, President Pro-Temporeg Patty Torchia, Secretary, Ed Nylander, President. SPRING STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES Ron Alexander, George AnDyl-ce, CraigBennett, Jeanne Bisxnuie, Harold Black, Carol Byer, Karen Cameron, Richard Cheg- widden, Mary Christenson, John Clements, Greg Conyne, jim Coons, Ron Corno, Nancy Cox, Jim Croft, Stepheny Davis, Ron Deary, Ron Earnest, Donna Edgar, jack Edwards, Brenda Finnerty, Diane Foeller, Louis Fontanat, Linda Firth, Steve Gilbert, Linda Hamilton, Paula Halvorsen, Susan Harding, Gilbert Harris, Ann Heim, Nick Hendrickson, Sylvia Hillesland, Bob Hilsenteger, Valerie Holmes, Kathy Kanas, Kevin Kolb, Linda Larson, Mary Io Howard, Ron Lewis, Terry Malseay, Kathy McNerney, Mickey Miller, Marilyn Mizoto, Dean Moxley, Nannette Nonne, Patty Nessling, Dave Olson, Rick Par- rish, Ruth Payne, Steve Price, Marvin Rambo, Maria Robinett, Ric Robinson, Clair Ryan, George Scheidel, Katherine Schiltrium, Charles Schrader, Dave Smith, Steve Smith, Carl Soo, Ted Sorenson, Patty Stang, Bruce Tarver, Mark Taylor, Marsha Terao, Doug Thompson, Sally Thompson, Dee Tilch, Patty Tourville, Debbie Vassile, Patty Vice, Judy Vinson, Dave VVatts, Julie Williams, John Winquist, Ivan Wong, Dave Yamosaki, Chris Zimmerman. 209 S. B. President S. B. Vice Pres. Secretary S, Treasurer S. B. B. S.B. Pub. Chrm. A. G. S. Pres. A. F. M. Pres. Sr. Class Pres. Ir. Class Pres. Soph. Class Pres. Fresh. Class Pres. Harold Thompson Edd Nylander Nancy Trinci Dian Wahl Mary Velander Suzanne Bonney Sylvan Graham Rick Snyder John Acton Mike Gallucci John Cavagna Candidates for spring student body offices listen to Gordon Henderson re ad Dan Green's topic for his impromptu speech. SPRING CABINET SPONSORS MAY FETE SPRING EXECUTIVE CABINET QFront Rowj: Dian Wahl, Nancy Trinci, Harold Thompson, Ed Nylander, Mary Velanderg QBack Rowj: Sylvan Graham,Mike Gallucci, Rick Snyder, Suzanne Bonney, john Acton, John Cavagna 210 SPRING STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT Harold Thompson I think back on my term with extreme pleasure. The fine participation in our annual Safety Week, and the high scores on the examinations of the week showed great sincerety among the competitors. The pride in our school is well merited since this year marked Franklin's Fiftieth Anniversary as an institution oflearning. lt again has established it- self as a leader in all of its activities. One newactivityat Franklin this term was the ex- change that our cabinet had with Grant High School. This exchange was very beneficial for both cabinets. ln conclusion lwould like to express my most sin- cere gratitude to the student body at Franklin for the grand opportunity that it has extended to me to be their Student Body President. 211 Spring Executive Cabinet had the duty of planning and executing the annual May Fete activities. Involved in this effortwere the arranging of the selec- tion of candidates for queen., prepara- tion for the dance and organization of the special assembly. At the same time, theyplannedfor the selection of Fran.klin's 1965 Rose Festival Princess. Working for new ideas, the spring cab- inet initiated an exchange program with the executive officers of other area schools. Under this program, our cabinet visited other high schools, tour- ing the building, attending classes, and sitting in on specialmeetings. Our of- ficers visited Grant and David Douglas High Schools, and entertained officers hom these schools in return., Franklin also hosted two representatives from Centennial High School. These ex- changes were designed to give each school a chance to discover new ideas for student government. Other projects of the spring executive cabinet were the annual safety week andrevision of our school constitution. The members ended their terms with a banquet in early June. E 1 I s FALL AGS CABINET B V-President, Phyllis Harris, Presidentg Joanne Randol, I-Iistoriang Suzanne onney, Denise Tourville, Treasurerg Mary Velander, Secretary. To promote spirit and a continuing friendship among the girls is the pur- pose of the Associated Girls Studentss The organization observes many tra- ditions such as selecting seven-girls- of-the-month and having a bi-annual father daughterbanquet. Each girl-of- the-month is chosen as the best rep- resentative of one of seven qualities. The father-daughter banquet is de- signed to promote better father and daughter relations, giving the girls a chance to have an evening out with their dads. A. G. S., also sponsors, Twirp Week, inwhich the "man is king, " In early spring, they also designate "Cot- ton and Cord Day, " which ushers in the wearing of spring clothes., Each reg. room selects a representative to attend the A. G. S. meetings and keep them informed of the current ac- tivities. Each representative serves for One semester. AGS YEAR REPS Vicki Smith, Sophomore, Elaine Soljaga, Freshman, Jodi Juul, junior, julie Small, Senior., SPRING AGS CABINET QFront Rowj: Suzanne Bonney, President, JoAnn Randol, Secretary, fBack Rowj: Carol Smurthwaite, Treasurer, Kitty Gourly, V-Presidentg Diana Edgar, Historian. 212 Franklin girls converse before the start of a meeting during activity period., A.G.S. FOLLOWS PAST TRADITIONS SPRING REPRESENTATIVES Lori Anderson, Janice Bachman, Jo Bardabanea, Carol Brooks, Nancy Burkenbine, Shirley Cain, Debbie Capparelli, Mar- celline Crisanaz, Judy Croteau, Susan Deems, Debbie Elliott, Marsha Ellsworth, Sandy Engstrom, Luana Falaschetti, Janet Federici, Kathy Gillen, Chris Greer, Kathy Hagstrom, Barbara High, Pat Hiromura, Kathy Hook, Ann Hopple, Barbara Jen- sen, BethJensen, SusanJewell, Linda Johnson, LoisJohnson, JodiJu11l, Kathy Kanas, Karen Kreiling, Lydia Martinson, Anita McClung, PattyMcCoy, Willie Middlehoven, Paula Miller, Linda Mirenda, JanMonti, MaryMcore, Teresa Namba, Crayton Naylor, Linda Nielson, Kathy Pearson, Lynette Peterson, Barb Pierce, Patty Prusak, Susan Richard, Vicki Rigotti, Susan Sal- laday, Sandy Seder, Diana Sergeant, Patsy Shinn, Janice Smith, Lorraine Smith, Betty Soljaga, Sonia Sommers, Diane Spiel- man, Kari Stanely, Linda Stucki, Sallie Taylor, Vicki Thomas, Charlene Thompson, Connie Thomson, Donna Turner, Sharin Ullman, Barbara Webb, Leslie Webb, Candy Webber, Teresa Wolfe. 213 Elected representatives converse about current problems before the start of an A. F. M. meeting during activity period. A.F.Nl. HONORS FRANKLIN GRADUATES E SPRING REPRESENTATIVES Paul Bellamy, Doug Beltz, Gary Booth, Ray Bristow, Rick Brown, Glen Caniparoli, Mark Clark, Elmer Davis, Mike Else, Dale Fossati, Steve Gimbol, Rick Godsey, Perry Hines, Dennis Howarth, Gibb Hultgren, Dick Jewell, joe Jones, Mike Ken ny, Bill Lambert, Tyler Hargreaves, Bruce Miller, Rick Nagel, Mike Nakata, Dave Preisler, Ron Roberti, Brian Schmitz, Gary Setterberg, Doug Smith, John Strubb, Mike Tierney, Terry Trazolow, jim Wirick, Al Woolfolk. 214 A new tradition and a successful A,F. M, 1 Week highlighted the year for the Af- filiated Franklin Men. A project to honor former graduates of Franklin who have succeeded in their fields of en- deavor was conceived during Gary Tash's term as fall president and carried out during Sylvan Graham's term as spring president. Each year, A. F, M. will select a recipient of this award whom they will honor with a plaque. A large plaque will also be placed in the main hall with the names of all recipients on it. The annual A. F. M. Week was the most Successful event in terms of profit and participation, All A. F. M. cards were sold, for the first time in the history of this organization bringing much money to the nearly de- pleated treasury. Utilizing the theme of "Letthe 'Goodtimes' Roll, " A. F. M. sponsored a slave sale, an assembly, and a dance, playing at the assembly were the popular combo, "Don and the Goodtimes. " A. RM. also continued the tradition of selecting seven men-of-the-month and a man-of-the-year. The organi- zation used the funds from its treasury to help Franklin with its May Fete, to supply the athletics department with film, and to furnish next year's fall cabinet with sufficient funds to plan another A. F. M. Week. 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MARCHING BAND QLeft Columnj: Dave Lindemuth, Ron Abbott, Dick Henry, Bill Gander, Jerry Emra, Don Larkin, Karen Pancheau, Nancy Graver Terry Tindall, Dean Pfaender, Dennis Dirksg fSecond Columnjr Harold Poujade, Greg Sievers, Bob Gainer, Melvin ' ' ' ' ' ld' L ll Ki - QThird McKinhon, Dan Graham, Julie Auborn, Meredith Oxford, Sharon Peek, David Hall, Philip Ba 1no, owe ng, Columnjz Bill Seims, Vance Putnam, Randall Weitzel, Tom Bernard, Mike Teeny, Lois Johnson, Susan Schmeer, Judy Parker, Steve Willis, Vicki Adams, Sandra Glover, lFourth Columnjz Jim Gainer, Robert Wilson, Shirley Dobbie, Pat Elliott, Jack Ellis, Sharon Tinner, Sylvia Hillesland, Dick Roth, Charles Schrader, Sally Warner, Doug Lauzong fFifth Columnjt Karl Krueger, Rod Hatch, Steve Baer, Mickey Miller, Margaret Rueck, Gary Babikoff, Marcia Leslie, Susan ltami, Nita Riddle, Bob Yoder, Roy Bennett, QSixth Columnjz Larry Lee, Dave Stone, Mike Rankin, Larry Oxman, Doug Bradford, George Kas- prowicz, Marilyn Prosch, Carole Bausch, Mary Johnson, Chris Dickson, Larry Moore, QRight Columnjz Doon Heerlein, Dan ' ' ' ' ' H 'lton Linda Riddle Stan Heath Don Dehaney, Jim Haapala, Ron Peters, Judy Walker, Don Willis, Bill Poppino, Janice ami , , , C arne s. The instrumental music department is headed by Mr. Pancheau. This year was filled with many activities for the band and orchestra. The orchestra played for the winter and spring music festivals, the annual Christmas assem- bly. ln addition to playing all kinds of music for many occasions, the or- chestra members receive continued in- struction in music theory and style. For Franklixfsproductionof "The Sound of Music, " the orches1ra practiced for two months in order to provide the musi- cal accompaniment throughout the play., Evaluating this year's group, Mr. Pancheau, said, "This orchestra is the finest in Franklin's history. Supplying extra spirit, the band played for all ofthe home football and basket- ball games. Members also participated inthe annual Fairy Tale Parade and the Grand Floral Parade of Portland's Rose Festival. A winter and spring music festival were also a part of the regular schedule. These many events provided the band and orchestra members with many opportunities to improve and de- velop their skills. Mr. Pancheau directs the Concert Band while the Dixieland Band plays "Original Dixieland Concerto" during the annual band assembly. 218 MAJORETTES AND DRUM MAJOR Carol Fuglee, Carolyn Crockett, Sandy Carmella, Gordon Hillesland. ORCHESTRA fFront Rowj: Janet Federici, Art Lushenko, Bill LaBarre, Alana Eckert, Virginia jones, Harriett Carlson, Bonne Livesay, Charles Palmer, Dave Garvin, Candy Jewell, fSecond Rowj: Sharon Lee, Phyllis Mclntosh, Ardelle Jacobson, Mary Zahnter, Terry Tindall, Don Delaney, Nancy Grauer, Mickey Miller, Linda Riddle, Stan Heath, Margaret Rueck, Charles Schrader, Janice Hamilton, Karen Pancheau, ,lim Wirick, Virginia Murphyg QThird Rowj: Charlotte Gilbert, Diane DesBrisay, Delores Thompson, Ruth Payne, Gail Simmons, Ray Hoyt, Carolyn Crockett, Bill Gander, Robert Wilson, Daxe Stone, Dick Roth, Dan Haapala, Charles Hickman, jerry Emra, Lynn Swan, QBack ROWJ: Byron Lindholrn, Craig Parker, George Kasprowicz, Gary Babikoff, Bill Poppino, Mr. Pancheau, Jim Day, Dave Lindemuth, Don Heerlein. 219 "A " CHOIR fFront Rowjz Starla Stuller, Barbara Munson, Connie Thompson, Kathy Bacon, Peggy Hatfield, Kathy Shephard, Candy Jewell, Jill Burgett, Janet Dobry, Judy McDow, Diane Burcar, Lynne Millspaugh, Nancy DeDonato, fSecond Rowj: Sharon Sullivan, Judy Carlson, Terry Mealey, Lynn Tufford, Carol McCafferty, Vicki Springgay, Martha Weiler, Sally Taylor, Carolyn Brown, Sheryl Bartel, Jane Anderson, Linda Nelson, Pam Hopkins, Karen Kreiling, Pat Rouw, Deanna Lytle, Bonnie Westerbergg fThird Rowjz Margaret Greer, Linda Hamilton, Jeannette Popp, Shirley Dobbie, Jody Hatch, Carol Huck, Diane Bilquist, Sonia Sommers, Donna Edgar, Roberta Brown, Joanne Randol, Dolores Ball, Linda Kidwiler, Pam Barnett, Caroline Moore, Robbi Green, fFourth Rowjz Larry Grimes, Dean Howell, Bert Walker, Jerry Bufton, Ric Schulman, Don Delaney, George Scheidel, Jim Roley, Dean Pfaender, Dan Green, Rick Brown, Ron Harp, Dave Decker, Dale Johnson, Paul Lewis Jerry Brown, Doug Tesdal, Andy Lushenko, Ed Gillespie, Dave Webster, fBack Rowjz Dean Moxley, Mike Rouw, Ron Berg- strom, John Payne, Dale Monroe, Terry Tindall, Mike Jennings, Neal Chamberlin, David Vandervort, Ron Amey, Rob Bar- ber, Gib Hargraves, Bill Crown, Harold Black, Tilzer Hargraves, Ric Soderberg, Gary Super, Mike Gabner, Alan Zimmerman, Bob Schmorl, Mr., John Peery. The vocal music department, under the direction of Mr. Peery and Mr. Brewer have experienced a busy year. Mr. Peery directs "A" Choir, Madrigal, Mixed chorus and Freshmen Boys' Glee. Mr. Brewer instructs the three ensemble groups, Hi Tones, Carillons, and Melo- deens, aswell as Girls' Choir and Fresh- man Girls' Choir. All these groups par- ticipate in many choral activities throughout the year. "A" Choir and Girls' Choir appear in the annual fall music festival along with the Hi Tones and Carillons. In The Sound of MLLSQS, Franklin's most successful play this year, many of the cast were from Mr. Peery's and hir, Brewer's classes. The highlight of each ye ar is the Spring Fine Arts Festival. The music and art departments combine their talents to present an enjoyable evening for all who attend. MADRIGAL QFront Rowj: Starla Stuller, Linda Hamilton, Francine Harding, fSecond Rowj: Candy Jewell, Pam Barnett, Joanne Randolg fThi.rd RowJ: Dean Pfaender, David Vandervort, Terry Tindall fBack Rowj: Don Delaney, Dale Johnson, Paul Pruirtt. 220 5 HI' TONES fFront Rowj: Lynn Tuffordg fSecond Rowj: Barbara Munson, Terry Mealey, Carolyn Brown, Carol McCafferty, Vicki Spring gay, Pam Hopkins, Karen Dezell.. GIRLS CHGIR QFront Rowj: Linda Luin, Lani Wilson, Linda McBroom, Euerice Brolliar, Carolyn Petrone, Judy Torelle, Janet Dambach, Lydia Anderson, Pam Bigoni, Maryann Rohler, janet Thompson, Susan Glover, Barbara Koegel, Ladine Pence, Robin Austin, Barbara Webb, Pat Halvorseng fSecond Rowj: Dyann Dyer, Diane Sergeant, Cherri Crosby, Sharon Thomason, Mary Bowe, Lynn Fisk, Linda Nesrnith, Lael Jones, Sherry Arruda, Karen Geraci, Vicki Ellenwood, Pam Tyler, Susan Ball, Barbara Han- sen, Mary McDonnell, Linda Snider, Kathy Burke, Lucille Hardy, Diane Rasrnusseng fBack Rowj: Shirley Gulliford, Barbara Wells, Wanda Fowler, Louise Fields, Yvonne Casciato, April Whitley, Kathy Oster, Sherry Rovito, Georgene Craven, Sharon Kreuger, Sharon Wells, Sherry Streuser, Teresa Namba, Susan Graham, Sue Lehman, Linda Bales, Sheryl Charles, Susan Jewell, LoRayne Grandy, Sharon Mouner, Elaine Elliott. 22.1 , l A ,WM 5 CARILLONS fFront Rowj: Diane Burcar, Wanda Fowler, Linda Nelson, Shirley Dobbie, Linda Kidweiler, Jody Hatch, Robbi Green, Jackie Strauss, Jill Burgett. MELODEENS KFI'Ont ROWJY Mary Ann Rohlerg QSecond Rowj: Susan Ball, Barbara Spurlock, Lani Wilson, Pat David, Cherri Crosby, Pam Tyler, Susan Jewell, QBack Rowj: Janet Darnbach, Vicki Ellenwood, Carolyn Petrone. 222 I 1 I I PROJECTIONIS TS fFront Rowj: Ernie McKinnis, Dean Brown, Randy Soles, Wayne Anderson, Rod Thrasher, Curtis Cruikshankg fSecond Rowj: Bob Cooper, Dave Webster, Ken Brotherton, Keith Borschowa, Don Parks, James jones, Mr. Britt Davis, QThird Rowj: Gary Mullenhoff, Joe Cran, Terry Nickerson, Mike Rasmussen, Alan Penningg QBack Rowj: john Lessina, Ken Bufton, Ray Martel, Don Burke, Pat Mowdy, Larry Whallon, Ion Forbes, jim Clarks COUNSELING QFront Rowj: Luana Falaschetti, Diane Brokenshire, Judy Carlson, Bea Browng fSecond Rowj: Georgene Neuman, Joanne Du- mas, Diane Dignan, Sandy Anderson, Mary Ann Schroeder, fBack Rowjz Patti Prusak, Marcia McKee, Sherry Marler, Melinda Bacon, Eileen Bunnell, Fran Robinett. Manyteachersuse movies or filmsirips ing their study halls. In addition to The girls of the counseling office staff to supplement their teaching. The stu- this, one period a day is devoted to a assist the counselors by delivering coun- dent prcjectionists are responsible for projectionists class, where they learn selor's slips to students and typing and delivering and showing these films dur- the mechanics of their machines. filing records. 223 Among the duties of the girls in the main office are answering the phone, running the mimeograph machine, and assembling and sorting attendance ma- terial. Under the supervision of Mrs. Lorraine Miller, they assist the regular office staff during the day in place of taking a study hall. Students who se- lectthis activity for a second year re- ceive a credit. The girls of the student store learn all the aspects of business. They wait on customers, stock shelves, and make displays. During sixth period, they sort and bundle the money, and add up re- ceipts. Then during seventh period, they count the money and get it ready for deposit. Some of the girls devote extra time during their lunch period and before and after school. Sopho- mores and juniors take this as a study hall, but seniors receive a credit. Under the watchful eyes of the locker guards, the freshmen and sophomore girls mayleave their possessions in the locker room with assurance. With the assistance of the locker guards, the physical education insimuctors have more time to devote to their classes. The girls take shower check and in- ventory. All of these duties are per- formed during the girls' study hall. The students who workin the book room mend books, check them in and out, and take care of lost and found books. They process mail and new books for the school, aswell as deliver books to tea- chers. Various kinds of lights and curtains must be used during assemblies and class meetings. The members of the stage crew operate the controls for those special effects. Under Mr. Shaffer's direction, they also build scenery for plays and change the scenery during performances. Working on the crew gives these boys an opporninity to gain valuable experience in manual work. Prerequisites include learning the fun- damentals of operating projectors in grade school. The girls of the library staff learn the techniques of being a librarian. They send out the study hall slips and take care of all phases of checking books out. They must complete a course of study for which they receive a credit. MAIN OFFICE fFront Rowjr- Judy Reed, Beverly Thielke, Sharon Sapp, Linda Kraley, Pam Robinson. LOCKER GUARDS QFront Rowjz Linda Lu Aurand, Patty Torcia, Louann Gemma, Phyllis Harris, Lora Mahler, fSecond Rowjz Gretchen Wegner, Diane Glasbrenner, June Pement, Leanne Beard, Carolyn Crockett, fBack Rowlz Diane Wahl, Evon McKinnon, Sheila Oester- reicher, Glenda Gunderson. STAGE CREW QFirst Rowl: Mike Blake, Dan Walton, Lane Cunningham, jerry Knudseng KB-ack Rowj: Tom Shumway, Larry Cran, john Goff, Dee Rodgers, Rick Meyers, John Lesina, Jerry Coons. 224 S TUDENT STORE QFront ROWJ: Jeannette Popp, Barbara Guinta, Chris Jensen, Sharon Krueger, Susan Jewell, Melanie Barnett, Kathy Woodcocl-cg fBack Rowjz Janice Bishop, Geanne Jacobson, Linda Furth, Linda I-Iouser, Carol Tyler, Pat Rouw. BOOK ROOM QFront ROWJ: Duane Bigoni, Nancy Benton, Susan Ritter, Nancy Schneider, Karen Pierce, fBack ROWJ: Janet Dambach, Sheryl Weesner, Connie Tipton, Barb Pierce, Eileen Lauer, Mrs. Galbrath. LIBRARY fFront ROWJ: Susan Neeland, Kathy Hook, Anna Castellano, Cindy Eastman, fBack Rowjz Sherry Rovito, Joyce Gage, Sandy Darby, Connie Allen, Carol Dodson. 225 During the year, members of the sen- ior movie staff plan and film the var- ious senior class activities, and then edit the many reels into a continuous story. In addition to this, the staff writes a running documentary to be read during the film. The movie is shown at the senior assembly near the end of the school year. Usingthirty boxes of tissue and fifteen pounds of cold cream a year, the make- up crew prepares student actors for their character parts in Franklin plays. The crew is taught how to apply make-up by practicing on each other. Allowing for error, the crew can put on each player's make-up in twenty minutes. This year the chairman of the crew is Kathy Hook, under the supervision of Mr. Shaffer. Franklin's publicity committee assists the publicity staff in advertising the school's many activities. The mem- bers prepare posters and banners for other schools in the area to solicit their patronage at the plays. They are also responsible for full publicity for all school events. The committee is made up of representatives of the major groups in school that have activities throughout the year. Members of the cafeteria staff assist the adult cafeteria workers in prepar- ing and serving food during the three lunch periods. Other members of the staffmake the necessary change for the students. The girls receive payments according to the length of time they work each lunch period, or if they prefer, they receive a free lunch. Upon request, the art staff designs, con- structs, and paints banners and posters to publicize Franklin's various activi- ties such as plays and athletic events. They also make the covers of the pro- grams for school plays. Frequently, they are assigned to decorate display cases inthe main hall. The staff's ma- jor project this year is a large canvas banner to be placed in the gym to wel- come visitors to our game. The girls of the attendance office col- lect absentee slips from teachers and compile alist of all absentees. Then, they deliver copies of the list to each teacher. At the end of the day the girls collect admittance slips and re- turn them to the office for filing.. SENIOR MOVIE fFront Rowj: Karen Pancheau, Denise Tourville, Patty Torchia, Sue' Mitchell, Kathy Woodcockg fBack Rowjz Gordon Hillesland, Ed Nylander, Chuck Schrader, Doug Bell, Steve Morris. PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Eileen Grellert, Vicki Johnston, and Sandy Snyder publicize school plays, ART fFront Rowj: Beth Jensen, Bev Qual, Kathy Woodcock, Nancy Morgan, fBack Rowj: Clair Ryan, Larry Miller, Clif Cheney, Mr. Bosco, Dick Gerold, Mark jones, Mar- vin McClain. 226 MAKE-UP CREW fFrOnt Rowj: Chris Anpaugh, Teresa Gianone, Carlene Knapp, Sharon Nudleman, Carol Cochran, Peggy Hatfield, fBack Rowj: Kathy Hook, Sandy Howell, Jackie Strauss, Deloras Wolford, Jane Anderson, Robert Brown, Curtis Killham. S TUDENT CA FETE RIA QFront Rowj: Sally Howell, Pam Bigoni, Sharon Willirnont, Ellen Borschowa, Virginia Wolford, Cathy Brostg QBack Rowj: Larry Bridenhagen, Tim Babcock, Doug Nab, Mike Thompson, Wayne Anderson, Richard George, Larry Mullen., ATTENDANCE OFFICE fFront Rowj: Norma Farah, Mary Howard, Patti McCoy, Katherine Schilthius, Chris Weaver, Shirley Starihag fBack Rowj Jane Anderson, Janet Hearsum, Cathleen Baucom, Kari Stanley, Marsha Ream, Ianet Schechtel. 227 ADULT CAFETERIA STAFF QFront Rowjz Donna Krzmarzick, Rene's Knutson, Ardice Larson, Joyce Lowry, Pearl Jordan, Bea Lundquist, Florine Baylieg QBack Rowj: Lucille Van Horn, Wilma Sanderson, Gladys Olsen, Helen Gottsch, Amanda Huntley, Mary Zielsdorf, Betty Kregar, Glays Dunn. Someone once said, "We may live without friends, we may live without books, but civilized man cannot live without cooks. " This is certainly true about Franklin students, who never seem to tire of eating. To meet this want, Mrs. Gottsch and her cafeteria staff begin preparing food for lunches each day before school begins. After lunch, theyhave the monumental duty of cleaningthe kitchen, the dishes and tables. "Operation clean up" takes the remainder of the school day. The head custodian, Mr. Drais, is in charge of a staff of eight custodians who work two shifts a day. There are also about seven student helpers who clean rooms everyday after school. They all work to keep the school functioning. 228 Corey Belleque, affectionately called "The White Tornado, "works diligently everyday to help keep Franklin spot- less. Students often see her dusting the lockers, and cleaning the already clear trophy case windows. The code of the PTA is "We believe in supporting our school administration, faculty and students in their academic projects, to bring into closer relation the school, home and community. " They frequently have guest speakers andavariety of programs for regularly scheduled meetings. The members of the Dads! Club have regular meetings the first Monday of each month and help sponsor athletic banquets and patrol the grounds during sports events. They provide a scholar- ship at the end of the year for a worthy student. PTA OFFICERS QFront Rowj: Mrs. Frank Taylor, First V-Presidentg Mrs. Norma Beltz, Presidentg Mrs Irving Wheeler, Secretary DADVS CLUB OFFICERS QFront Rowj: Mr. Hill Holstrom, Mr. Robert Bingham, Mr. Dave Zinger, Mr Robert Seaberg 229 ALM ANAC The main objectives in producing a yearbook are to present a picture of the events of the school year to the students and community., There are many pha- ses in obtaining these objectives. Each student is on one of seven staffs. These staff members are required to Write copy and paste down layouts. There is a business manager, typist, photo- grapher, and copy editor. Many de- cisions have to be made before a suc- cessful yearbook canbe produced. The theme is decided first. Then the cover, introduction, school life and special features are centered around this theme. This year the book will be longer and have color pictures. The quality of the yearbook depends upon a capable staff andthe cooperation of the studentbody. Each year our aim is to produce an award winning book and one pleasing to the students. As our school has grown through the years, our AL- MANAC has progressed. It is our goal that the 1965 ALMANAC, celebrating OU1' Fiftieth Anniversary be the best. EDITOR ADVISOR Charles Schrader Mrs. Miriam Puckett FEATURES FIFTIETH YEAR Chuck Schrader assistsCaro1ineMoore in handing out Chris Andersonls picture packet. 230 Janet Equall Typist Ann I-Iopple Classes Doug Gorsline Photographer Vicki Johnston Artist k kik . it Q 11 -Q-1- , . sf , r fsv,Ls'f,j14gq i,,,'?u'!f1il.zfjg5 ,V QQQEEES?-fi,.s:1.Qz, ,.., 5 K ,kh, Y-'WW , ,fygizfzi , wwe . . , h as :-1 . . . . Q . . .1, ' xzsr 6 ' ei flixtuizi' f sv., V -. ::,' - f aff .wwe-fair' H'f'ff'.'!,5' e I its-L:-'vI'5W M, I, ' L. " 1-0: ziggtzwggssggf . s-wr gary: 54--3.5! ' :iff 1'- A 115ii:,:?tili:f1t5V'f5E-fi:Wi?-S 4:37 ff' ff few. -em-555. .22.22ims.fsisz255Li5lf?Ef'! Y 'isxist' f '7" 'Affe- W 1 if X , ,S Q Y W Q if K 6 ,M 3 ' as J Q ,Q -- -W gf' MJ? t it x 1' F' a s '25 ge at S X . W Ny.-73.1 Sharon Monner Seniors Marsha Terao Business Manager Carolyn Moore Classes Bob Tolani Activities . 1' i , 5 Kitty Gourley Classes Editor Camixe Luczai Seniors . ,, - we z - K " "f.f:': ,s-fivfwiii. 5- .. 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Nfiaisiiggif Hz i,.ivNz,'ff1ji ,. :wil :vi V, . ,, 59521 231 Gordon Henderson Sports john Mc Cloud Copy Editor Barbara Herget Activities Editor Kathy McNerney Seniors Editor Meredith Oxford Staffs Fay Currin Staffs Fred Poujade Sports Editor Charles Schrader Introduction 1 - .fra--. . e'W .1gg +512-4 Q- ' - ., K-Zifffi? f,f1iw11s:gjfg5:qY ' 5 2.. tie, ,rrfns'fz,1, if if 1 .rsgifisfeiiiigip iffxs5?Q92ggisffeg4ws.lay ,g:g,gr5l,r5faa V . ff 4 ,. , wg fm- ,, r ' ,' 'A 'Er' wi Y L X " X 4 I .L , '7 2 King? :mf 1 L vig .,., g1Qi..,.g5.,L.,,,. .I If I X ms 29 Q X is A Slexslw xiii ,ge 1 its K' 3 ? .J 1, . 2 skits 9 EX a ' QM ae' if - QQ ' 5 5 -aa .r--sw-fvf-- - Wa ,,,. H , 1 , 1 ' 5:1xfg'i,l'TpifE:::1':?55 L'f'f.f ' W I ' S55 R . . , g is a md M r Y 'SML ,I Y'-x.i,f i,4 , M .fi g is2,12,.5ezsgs J , 3, we 5 i I r Q, if 7 T3 if K Ji: a at 215 ir L Ewa 4, X5 K , Ska lg? A H m W 95 ru X Q K Q S ft as , f ,Q 2 fm Egfr N - X Hg, ,Gs fig rs S H X S. s W am K Er 37, X K Ka we as q S X x SHN 5. S 'a sia . 3 E 1 E V, , Q , , r . f 2 l Fred Poujade, Judy Wirrick, Janet Equall, Nanette Norme, Janet Equall painstakingly justifies one of the many pieces and Dave Olson work frantically on layouts to meet a deadline., of copy in the book, on the new electric typewriter. Kathy McNerney diligently pastes down senior pictures. Chuck Schrader assists Gordon Henderson in writing copy. in Kitty Gourley, Caroline Moore, and Ann Hopple paste down the postage-stamp-size underclassrnens' pictures. 232 Sue Mitchell and Mr., Killorin help Gary Tash and Dean Howell work to make the already completed copy and pictures fit on Eileen Grellert with a layout page. a dummy layout sheet as a deadline approaches., Sue Mitchell instructs Teresa Gianone about typing copy for an issue., Leslie Webb plans a layout on the board.. 233 Pam Brown Typist Louann Gemma Business Manager Carl Courtnier Asst. Ed. 4th Page Asst. Ed. Adver. Manager Teresa Giannone lst Page Asst. Ed. Typist Barbara Lebenzon Asst. 3rd Page Barbara Torelle Asst. 2nd Page Sue Mitchell Asst. 3rd Page Leslie Webb 3rd Page Co-Editor Bob Ernest 2nd Page Ass. Ed. Shelly Hill Co-Editor 3rd Page lst Page Ass. Ed. Brian Davis lst Page Ed. Eileen Grellert Gary Tash Harold Thompson 4th Page Co-Editor Asst lst Page Gretchen Wegner Martha Weiler 2nd Page Ed. Typist 234 Louise Fields lst Page Ed. Joan Gallaher Asst. Ed. Asst. 3rd Page Ed. Dean Howell Carlene Knapp 4th P3.gE CO-EdltOI' Asst. 21-ld Page ADVISOR FALL EDITOR SPRING EDITOR Mr. Paul Killorin Sue Mitchell Brian Davis NEWS, FEATURES, AND SPECIAL ISSUES PUBLISHED BY POST Brian Davislielps Louise Fields paste down copy on a page layout 235 Published bi-weekly for all students that have a student body card, the POST reports the activities and events of Franklin. The members of the staff meet every day seventh period and have their study halls in Mr. Killorin's room. An average issue of the POST costs about 3198. 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Unique as a class activity fit is usually reserved for clubsj was the rummage sale. Items were collected for two months, as class members badgered friends and relatives for discards and white elephants. The Rummage Cen- ter was the site for the event. The goal in mind for all the fund-rais- ing was the annual junior prom. Held late in the spring in the school gymna- sium, this formal dance was the cul- minating social event of the junior year. As the yearbook went to press, the details of the prom were unre- vealed. Activities of interest to other students included atalent show presented to the student body, entitled "The Fat Black Pussy Cat. " SPRING OFFICERS: Diane Weisenburg, Treasurer, Janice Bishop, Vice Presidentg Beth Jensen, Historian, John Acton, President, Sarah Lorusso, Secretary. 238 , rw .. -5 Ashenbrenner, Vounel Austin, Steve Azorr, Janice Bachman, Janice Bacon, Kathy Bacon, C hristy Baer, Steve Bailey, Kathy Bakke, David Ball, Dolores Barber, Marie Barnes, Randy Barnes, William Barr, Diane Barroetabena, Ja Behnke , Elwyn Bell, Marsha Bella, Steve Bellamy, Paul Belland, Barbara Beltz, Maryanne Beniamin, Ron Bennett, Janice Berry, Tom Beswick, Richard Aalberg, Bill Acton, John Adams, Vicki Alband, Linda Albano, Theresa Alexander, Alfred Alfsen, Kris Allen, Bonnie Allen, Geraldine Allen, Kathy Allenbrand, Jim Alsman, Julie Anderson, Barbara Anderson, Kristen Anderson, Wayne Andrew, Johanna Andrews, Art Arasmith, Chance 9 JUNIORS JUNIORS Beyer, Sally Biggs, Diana Bigoni, Duane Bishop, Janice Blackman, Chyrl Bodeman, Steve Bookshnis, Karen Borgmann, Dale Bowe, Mary Bradshaw, Carol Bray, Greg Brehm, Linda Brenner, Terri Brockway, Charle Bronleewe, Ron Brosnan, Gerald Brorherron, Ken S Brown, Pam W 'wifeefw' ig? ,. ,,,,. 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'V jg' -V Lesina, John Lever, Joe Lewis, Paula Lewis, Richard Lewis, Steve Lieb, Susan Lindquist, Diane Loque, James Long, Sandra Lorusso, Sarah l Z Louie, Lanan Louis, Carol Lushenko, Art Lytle, Deanne McBraom, Linda McCoy, Patti McDonald, Nora McDonnell, Mary McDow, Judy McFall, Tom McFarland, Alice McGihbon, Norm McKee, Ralph MCQUGW, Larry McQuaw, Pat Knutson, .lim Koch, Marcia Koegel, Barbara Kolb, Kevin Kolb, Larry Konetsky, Chris Koslcela, Eric Kristensen, Marguerite Krueger, Karl Kuhn, Jerry Kushmaul, Sandi Lake, Kenneth Lavalla, Connie Leach, Jim Lee, Larry Lehr, Sharon Lemeley, Alana Lenington, Laura fr V it Y 1 WV 245 JUNIORS JUNIORS Mahoney, Mike Marconi, Vicki Markwart, Gary Marlin, Carol Martell, Ray Marvin, Diana Matson, Ernie Melby, Mike Mendivil, Edna Meucci, Sharon Miller, Bruce Miller, Lynda Miller, Mickey Millspaugh, Lynne Mitchell, Marilyn Moftitt, Robert Mogus, Marilyn Mogus, Marlene H ww,:1e,,.f, ,::,,, www we -f- , .. -me --,., V M.- get .,..,,, ,..a,, ..,, . , ,, ., , 2 8 T P 'res 8. 2 fVus,.,5,3Wvf2w -f W we? - 5 wage :ig ,. 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' 'Q o"'P7f'wQ " 'lt 3 Wnifgi - s g, Penning, Alan Peters, Mary Poppino, William Priester, Harvey Putnam, Rick Peters, Ron Petrarca, Mike Querubin, Cheryl Ragnone, Toni Rambo, Karen Pettengill, Marsha Pierce, Janet Rasmussen, Diane Rasmussen, Mike Rauch, Karen Pimentel, Joanne Pixley, Carol Ray, Tom Raymond, Lynne Ream, Marcia Poole, James Po pp, Jeannette Reinel, Carol Reisbeck, Ralph Ritter, Susan Nyseth, Mary Lou Oesterreicher, Sheila Oliver, Cathey Olson, Dan Olson, Dave Oscar, Carol Oxford, Meredith Oxman, Larry Paige, Tom Paladie, Roberta Paque, Greg Parker, Pam Parrent, D'Ann Patterson, Barbara Payne, John Pearce, Diane Peery, Marie Peloquin, Maureen 247 JUNIORS JUNIORS Roberts, Patsy Rodgers, Dee Romine, Judy Rose, Ken Ross, Donna Roth, Dick Ryan, Clair Sabah, Terry Sahli, Linda Salladay, Mike Samuelson, Cliff Sandoz, Marian Santangelo, Pam Sarriugarte, Morris Sauer, Bob Savage, Steve Scctes, Joanne Schacher, Dennis 'i?7f51Hfa1iE'9S3f5i'3i 5? :ifi S Vai? ,QV , .ze mg , ,rw 5 5 : 'V 5 9 gamgsgs " K, Aw., wfffs' . 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"Bet ya can't eat one, " challenges Barbara Wells. "I'm one of the Metrecal for lunch bunch, " mumbles Ro Green. 251 bb1 FALL OFFICERS: Mike Nakata, Presidentg Christine Walsh, Historian, Jackie Hines, Secretary, Vicki Ellenwood, Treasurer, Steve Gimbol, Vice President. SALES, TALENT SHOW, PROVE SOPHOMORE SPIRIT Sophomores sponsored various activi- ties among which were four after school candy sales, a game tag sale, a car Wash anda dance with the theme "The Fast Break with the 'Fugitives' ! " This year, the sophomores sold over fifty percent of their class cards, and with the money from these projects built up a substantial reserve in their treas- ury. Evaluating the year's activities, fall president, Mike Nakata stated: "The main objective of our cabinet wasto get all sophomores aware of the Class of'67 and to create a strong class spirit that will continue through the rest of their years at Franklin. We Want the sophomores to be enthused about the meaning behind the Doctor Erick- son Trophy. 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J ,,.. .s 5, ,.,,,- Q ,,... f gfgi-,r iser 'fringe ru Yiirnffi, 'sh e 1-:sg Jwigfg 9 - gf ry - iggrii g-1,31 r K , ,M ,A we I ,. ,A --,Mila-T M msifei . rf - gagissggs S f 5, 9' 11 5 ,f 23 W I ar s " Wahl, Janice Walker, Robert Walsh, Christine Waltman, John Webb, Barbara Webb, Ken Webber, Candace Webber, Ellen Weese, Donna Weitzel, Randall Wellin, Perry Wellington, Jan Wells, Betty Wells, Sharon Westerfield, Karen Whipple, Janice Whitley, April Williams, Shelly Williams, Sheryl Wilson, Leilani Wilson, Linda Wilson, Lyle Wing, Terry Wise, Charles Wodtli, Steven Wolford, Delores Woodword, Y Tom Wright, Y Sue andle, Claudia oakun, Richard Yowell, Barbara Zahnter, Mary 262 NEW FRESHIVIEN ENTHUSIASTIC FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Roger Kruse, Treasurer, Gayle Stucki, Publicity Chairman, john Cavagna, President, Lindy Johnston, Secretary, John Gallucci, Vi ln their first year at Franklin, the fresh- man class concentrated on raising funds to build up their treasury for future years. The freshmen conducted four after school sales, the most held by any class this year. They sold candy canes during the Christmas season and game tags for one football game. They also held a doughnut sale and a lollipop sale., ce President.. lnearly October, the freshmen elected their first class officers. After his elec- tion as president, John Cavagna and his cabinet arranged for the printing and sale of class cards. The cabinet also arranged the last after-game dance of the year, held after the Franklin-Mad- ison basketball game. They hired a popular combo, "The Turks, "to pro- 263 vide the music. Hoping to win the Dr. Erickson Trophy for the outstanding class, the freshmen attained a voting percentage of 64. 296 in spring student body elections. They also had 19M of the class on the honor roll. FRESHMEN Abel, Ronald Achison, Timothy Adams, Anita Adams, Rebecca Addis, Jeanne Alderson, Geraldine Allaert, Marianne Allen, David Allenbrand, Robert Anderson, Clifford Anderson, Donna Anderson, Scott Andrew, Rea An Dyke, George Askay, Shirley Atkinson, Dorothy Babcock, Timothy Bacon, Delia Baldino, Philip Bales, Minda Banta, Nancy Barello, Jerry Barnes, James Barnes, Robert Bassett, Rose Baxter, Susan Beckel, Richard Becker, Gail Behnke, Mark Bell, Darrel Beltz, Kathy Bennette, Royal Benson, Sandra Berry, Jenny Berry, Yvonne Biggs, Ronna Bisenius, Jeanne Blackburn, Kenneth Blaine, Harry Blake, Claudia Blake, Robert Blumenschein, Ronald Bolder, Kenneth Broock, Steve Borgmann, Darrell Bowen, Vickie Brady, Linda Brakstad, Karen Bray, William Bridehagen, Larry Brockway, Janet Brokenshire, Norman Brophy, Ralph Brown, Cindy Brown, Janet Brown, Rick Brown, Virginia Brundtland, Rune Bruner, Margaret Bullard, Diana Bunnell, Nadine Byer, Charles Cameron, Karen rr H " t ,aan ft Y rerY',,.Q fit it FRESHMEN Camp, Randy Canfield, Ronald Caniparoli, Glen Capparelli, Deborah Carlton, Kay Carman, David Carnemolla, Lori Carpenter, Linda Carr, Terry Carroll, Diana Carroll, Phil Carter, Roger Casciato, Rudy Cavagna, John Cave, Christine Chilson, Russell Christman, Carol Clark, Jacqueline Coates, Patricia Coburn, Carol Coburn, Mildred Coles, Michael Colvin, Diane Comstock, Janice Comstock, Linda Cook, Kerry Cook, Michael Corbett, Clayton Cox, Ronald Crase, Clarence Crayhe, David Crewse, lucincla Crisanaz, Marcelline Crowell, Linda Daniels, Gerald Davis, Jim Davis, Karen Davis, Lee Davis, Stepheny Deems, Susan Delaney, Joe DeLuca, Kristine Desbrisay, Diane DesGeorges, Claude Dickson, Christine Dixon, Sheryl Doty, Stana Draper, Linda Dumais, Vicki Durgan, Kathleen Eaton, David Eaton, Robert Edwards, Richard Ellis, John Ellis, Mike Ellsworth, Marsha Emmons, Charles Estes, Kathleen Estes, Steven Evans, Joe Evans, Mike Faulkner, Gayle Feammelli, Josie FRESHME N Felton, Dean Ferguson, Sheryle Ferrell, Ann Fillman, Linda Finnerty, Brenda Finzel, Robert Fisher, Hayden Flathers, Nathaniel Flecter, Ricky Foeller, Daniel Foeller, Diane Foster, Lawrence Freidrick, Carol Frohwerk, Arthur Fuglee, Carol Furnish, Jeffrey Gage, Wallace Gainer, Robert Gallagher, Richard Gallucci, Eddy Gallucci, John Gander, Dorothy Geimer, Mark Getchell, Gerald Giese, Sandra Gorowski, Gary Gray, Kathryn Grenawalt, Carl Griffiths, Annette Grisso, William Gross, Bob Grove, Stephen Gustafson, Curtis Guy, Diane Hagstrom, Martha Hall, Martha Halvorson, Marc Hamar, Albert Hamblin, William Harding, Susan Harmon, Gary Harrell, Suzy Harri Harri ngton, James ngton, Viela Harrison, Glenda Hart, Margo Hartzell, Jan Hawes, Nancy Hawkins, Barbara et Hayes, Steven Haynes, Steve Hayzlett, Chris Head, Susan Hedges, Paul Heim, Ann Heinricks, Paula Heisler, Charlotte Hensley, Steven Hersha, Delbert Hess, Simon Hesson, Donna High, Barbara Hildebran, Sheila .emi r. ff ..,,:," xt Zi. was Lff P if YA - - , , Ms, is Q, A - 'ewes' ferj . 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Ms- 267 Hill, George Hillard, Diane Hillesland, Sylvia Hines, Perry Hitchcock, Linda Hodson, Nancy Hoffman, Lloyd Holdiman, Daniel Holland, Irene Hollway, Barbara Holmes, Valerie Holstine, Vicky Hopkins, Debby Hopkins, James Hoppe, Leslie Hornbeck, Patricia Horwedel, Gale Howard, Linda Howard, Marilyn Howard, Sam Howarth, Dennis Howe, lvy Howell, Sally Hoyt, Harold Hudson, Deryl Hughes, Dennis Hue, Anthony Humphries, Richard Ikeda, Marleen Isbell, Paul Itami, Robert ltami, Susan Jackson, Larry Jacobson, Ardelle Jameson, Gloria Jarboe, Gerald Johnson, Cherri Johnson, Elaine Johnson, Gary Johnson, Linda Johnson, Stephen Johnston, Lindy Jones, Donald Jones, Joe Kanas, Kathleen Kaski, Diane Kenney, Willis Keller, James Kelly, John Kenny, Mike Kirpatrick, Ronald Kline, William Knoll, Karin Kocher, Judith Kolibaba, Janice Kraley, Florence Kruse, Roger Kyle, Gary LaHue, JoAnn Lake, Robert Lalli, Kathleen Lamb, Marcia Lambert, Douglas FRESHMEN FRESHMEN Landers, Doris Lang, Susan Langdon, Yolinda Lanning, Daniel Larson, Harold Lau, James Laundreau, Billie ln Sook Lee, Lewis, April Lewis, Ronald Lieb, Steve Lindholm, Byron Linton, Pamlela Little, Darlene Lomax, Arthur Lunk, Roxanne Lupo, Rosanna Lushenko, Evelyn Mac:Daniels, James Maihor, Patricia Malsey, Terry Marino, John Mark, Stephen Martinson, Lydia Massie, Steve Mather, John McAloney, Kenneth McClenahan, Ronnie McCreaclie, Colleen McDougal, Mary McDow, Michael McFarland, Larry McKethen, Kathleen Medina, John Melby, Rebecca Menzies, Valerie Metteer, Janice Mier, Richard Miller, Shirley Mills, Patricia Mirenda, Raymond Mizote, Marilyn Monner, Dennis Monroe, Derek Monti, Carol Moore, Gail Moore, Larry Morehouse, Ross Morrison, Carl Moxley, David Mueller, Michael Mullen, Larry Mulvaney, Wanda Murphy, Virginia Murphy, Vincent Naylor, Craylon Nease, Michael Nelson, Elaine Nelson, Gregory Nelson, Larry Nelson, Steve Neuharth, Mark Nihart, Jane FRESHMEN Niiranen, Linda Normoyle, Donna Nuclelman, Sharon Oelschlager, Ronald Olsen, Turid Olson, Lynn O'Neill, Peggy Opoka, David Orazio, Michael Oreste, Jeff Ott, Mary Owens, Jim Paci, Monica Paladie, Michael Parker, Craig Parks, Nancy Patterson, Lauri Payne, Ruth Pearson, Kathleen Peck, Susan Peloquin, Ray Perez, Carlos Peters, Frederick Peters, Kriss Pettengill, Melissa Pieretti, Janis Pond, Michael Poore, Dale Poppino, Diane Ports, Barbara Ports, Josephine Potter, Susan Price, Carolyn Proffitt, Lynn Pai Har Wong, Helen Quentin, Sandra Rankin, Michael Rasmussen, Glenn Rasmussen, Terry Reid, Debbie Reinel, William Reisbeck, Judith Remme, Stephen Renish, Steve Rimestad, John Roadruck, Randy Roberti, Ronald Rolninett, Maria Robinson, Ricky Ross, Carolyn Ross, Kathleen Rouw, Karen Roylance, Diane Ruddell, Bob Ruddell, Larry Rueck, Kenneth Rush, Patty Rutan, David Saban, Judy Sadring, El Raie Salladay, Susan Saloum, Edna Santangelo, Kristine FRESHMEN Sauer, Linda Savory, John Schechtel, Jeanne Scheneman, LeRoy Schirel, Elaine Schmitz, Bryan Schneider, Robert Schott, Dennis Schreiber, Leslie Scofield, Jessica Seder, Sandra Sekarich, Susan Sesler, Lois Setterberg, Sue Sharinghousen, Vernon Sharkey, Julie Sheets, Edward Short, Marshall Siegner, David Sielatf, Beverly Simmons, Larry Simonsen, Dick Singletary, Beverly Skaggs, Leslie Skinner, Jim Skriiko, Kerry Smith Ilene Smith, James Smith, James Smith, Kathy Smith, Linda Smith, Mark Smith, Rosalie Smithers, Lisa Smithers, Marsha Snearley, Rosalie Snider, Michael Soles, John Soliaga, Elaine South, Dale Sowles, Karen Stai, Sharon Staino, Kathleen Stewart, Diane Stewart, Janet Stewart, Thomas Sticles, Donna Stiner, Stanley Stofiel, Joan Stoltenberg, Jon Stowe, Roger Stradley, Garnet Stricklan, Deborah Strochecker, Sheri Struble, John Stucki, Gayle Stultz, Donna Swain, Mark Swan, Lynn Swanson, Marie Tatman, Clyde Taylor, Paul Teeny, George esilezrf ,r - W e ' i if W ii My ,. R Q WW., ..:fw:Ls'z s4f VA2' 5 94 fi 2 35 3 2 P Hwixxg if X fy Q , L., e lg H Y 4 1' N , , ..,,...., 41 rggggzswsr Sxsrzzwizzggre,gg,-1 Wei ' . 2, -' ft il! Q - J is Q, 115 t- tfisili if: , wsffsxe :af , fggj K ,-i: zi .,i-'7 ,. 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David Yoder, Robert Younger, Susan Zadan, Anna Zimmerman, Daniel Zink, Dana Zoom, Jerry STUDENT INDEX Aalberg, Aalberg, A Bill 239 Jim 253 Abbott, Ron 218, 253 Abel, Ron 16, 264 Ach ison, Tim 264 Acton, John 170, 210, 239 Adarns, Anita 264 Adams, Becky 264 Adams, Jacqueline Adams, Steve 174, 253 Adams, Vicl-ci 38, 218, 239 Addis, Jeanne 264 Akers, Suzan 60 Alband, David 162, 253 Alband, Linda 239 Albnno, Cathy 253 Albano, Teresa Albrecht, Gene 58, 60, 148, 149 Alcorn, Barbara 253 Alcorn, Harold Alderson, Geraldine 264 Alexander, Alfred 178, 239 Alexander, Elnmabelle 60, 153 Alexander, Ron 174, 193, 209, 253 Alfsen, Kris 239 Alfsen, Linda 60 Allaert, Marcelle 253 Allaert Marianne 264 Allbaugh, ltloward 253 Allen, Bonnie 37, 239 Allen, Connie 60, 225 Allen, David 1,258 Allen, Gerri 239 Allen, Kathy 239 Allen, Patricia Allenbrand, Jim 239 Allenbrand, Robert 1, 258 Alsman, Julie 239 Arney, Ronald 60, 159, 220 Amos, Pat Anacker, Rainier 193, 253 Andersenf Clifford 264 Anderson, Barbara 239 Anderson, Donna 1, 25, 264 Anderson, Donna 60 Anderson, Jane 60, 160, 220, 227 Anderson, Kris 239 Anderson, Laurie 60, 157, 213 Anderson, Lydia 221, 253 Anderson, Margaret 253 Anderson, Sandy 60, 223 Anderson, Scott 264 Anderson, Wayne 159, 185, 223, 227, 239 Andrew, Johnna 239 Andrew, Rea 202, 264 Andrews, Arr 128, 156, 159, 177, 192, 239 Androschut, Shirley 253 AnDyke, George 187, 209, 264 AnDyke, Linda 208 Anspach, Christy 48, 66, 208, 227 Anstine, Jean 60 Arasmith, Chance 239 Arrnes, Wilnnrn 161, 253 Aronson, Robert 253 Arruda, Sherry 66, 221 Arruda, Steve 253 Ashenbrc-nner, li. 239 Askay, Shirley' 264 Adcinson, A tkinson, Becky 165, 253 Dorothy 264 Auborn, Julia 218, 253 Anrnnrl, Linda 57, 60, 114, 224 Austin, Robin 221, 253 Austin, Steven 239 Avery, Mike 60, 159, 203, 215 Azorr, Janice 239 Bab cock, Babikoff, Babikoff, Bachman, Bachman, B Tim 227, 264 Gary 61, 218 Ron 253 Janice 239 Linda 213, 253 Bacon, Delia 178, 264 Bacon, Kathleen 220, 239 Bacon, Mary 153, 239 Bacon, Melinda 61, 223 Bacon, Stephen 253 Baer, Steven 218, 239 Bailey, Kathy 239, 236 Baisin, Dean Baker, Ralph 253 Bakke, David 239 Baldino, Phil 218, 264 Baldwin, Victor 61 Bales, Linda 221, 253 Bales, Minda 202, 264 Ball, Dolores 208, 220, 239 Ball, Kenneth 253 Ball, Susan 221, 222 Ballard, Cindy 61 Banta, Nancy 264 Barbar, Marie 239 Barber, Ron 220, 253 190, 191, Barrllo, lnnfy 178, 264 Barnard, Toni Barnes, Jim 264 Barnes, Neil 61, 159, 192 Barnes, Pam 258 Barnes, Ranrly Barnes, Robert 264 Barnes, William 170, 239 Barnett, Bernice 253 Barnett, Melanie 178, 225, 253 Barnett, Pamela 60, 220 Barr, Diane 239 Barrett, Lon 253 Barroetabena, Jo 213, 239 Barteaux, Nadine 61 Bnrrrl, Slrnryl 178, 220, 253 Bassett, Rose 264 Batchelor, Dennis 150 Bateman, Carmen 253 Batlen, Vifilliam 253 Baty, Janet 253 Baucoin, Cathleen 227, 253 Bauder, Bruce 193, 253 Bauder, Douglas 61 Bausch, Carole 61, 151, 218 Baxter, Steven 253 Baxter, Susie 264 Bear, Cheryl 61 Beard, Leanne 208, 224, 253 Beaver, Larry Beckel, Richard 264 Becker, Gail 264 Behnke, Elwyn 239 Behnke, Mark 175, 264 Beigle, George 61 Beigh, Henry 61 Bell, Danel 264 Bell, David 61 Bell, Doug 61, 226 Bell, lviarsha 239 Bella, Stene 239 Bellamy, Paul 214, 239 Belland, Barbara 163, 239 Belt, Brian 202, 253 Beltz, Doug 174, 214, 253 Beltz, Kathy 264 Beltz, Maryamie 157, 239 Benjamin, Ron 239 Bennett, Charles 154, 253 Bennett, Craig 154, 209, 253 Bennett, Janice 239 Bennetts, Royal 218, 264 Bennington, Timm 61 Benson, John Benson, Sandra 264 Benson, snrnn 157, 190, 208, 253 Benton, Nancy 225, 253 Bcrgquist, Marsha Boone, Barbara 254 Booth, Gary 202, 214, 254 Borgmann, Dale 240 Borgman, Darrell 264 Borschowa, Ellen 227, 254 Borschowa, Peter 62, 187, 223 Bottler, Irene 254 Bown, Mary 160, 221, 240 Bowen, Darrell 159, 170, 196 Bowen, Kathy 62 Bowen, Vickie 264 Bowley, Christopher Bowler, Christopher 254 Boyd, Donna 254 Bradford, Douglas 41, 218, 254 Bradshaw, Carol 157, 208, 240 Bradshaw, Lynne 62 Brady, Linda 208, 264 Brakstad, Karen 264 Brasesco, Margie 254 Bratton, Lonnie 62 Brauckmiller, Diana 254 Brauckmiller, Thelnla 62 Bray, Greg 240 Bray, willirnn 264 Brehm, Linda 240 Brenner, Craig 62, 186 Brenner, Terri 240 Brewer, Joyce 62 Bridenhagen 227 Briedwell, Dave 62 Bristow, Ray 174, 1 Britt, Rose Mary 254 Britzius, Daryl 254 Brockway, Charles 240 Brockway, Janet 24 Brokenshire, Diane 62, 223 Brokensllire, Norma 176 Brolliar, live-rice 221, 254 Bronlecwe, Ron 2-10 Brooks, Carol 62, 213 Brooks, Jim 62 Brophy, Dennis 264 81, 214, 254 Brosnan, Gerard 139, 159, 177, 192, 240 Brost, Catherine 227, 254 Brotherton, Florence 62 Brotherton, Ken 223, 240 Brown, Bea 63, 164, 223 Bergsuom, Carol 56, 61, 102, 157, 190, 191 Bergstrom, Ron 40, 61, 96, 170 172, 180, 203, 220 Bernard, Tom 218, 253 Bcrnunzio, Ann 253 Berquist, Dianne 61 Berry, Jenny 253, 264 Berry, Susan 253 Berry, Tom 177, 239 Berry, Yvonne 264 Berube, Dana 253 Berube, Stacy 31, 61 Beswick, Dick 177, 180, 183, 192, 239 Beyer, Sally 240 Biggs, Diana 240 Biggs, Ronna 264 Bigoni, Duane 225, 240 Bigoni, P 160 221 227 253 am I ! I Bilqnisr, Diane 58, 62, 101, 110, 112, 113, 130, 145, 149, 111, 150, 151, 207, 220 Bingham, Chris 253 Birolr, Brodie 174, 181, 253 Bisenius, Jeanne 209, 264 Bishop, Janice 157, 225, 240 Bite Steve 62 Bjelland, Gloria 253 Blnolr, Harold 58, 62, 127, 129, 209, 220 Blackburn, Ken 264 Blackman, Cheryl 164, 240 Bladose, LeeAnn 162 Blaine, Harvy 264 Blake, Bob 264 Blake, Claudia 264 Blake, Mike 224 Blake, Pauicia 59, 62, 149 Blanton, Sandra Rae 62 Bledsoe, Lee 253 Blevins, Andrew 62, 185 Blunlenschein, Ronald 264 Bockus, Dan 253 Bodeman, Steve 240 Bolrlrr, Ken 175, 187, 193, 264 Bolgczr, Karen 62 Bolgcr, Ken Bollinger, Terri Lee 253 Bondy, Gerald 254 Bonney, Suzanne 62, 95, 110, 11 145, 210, 212 Boock, Steve 184, 264 Bookshnis, Karen 240 In Brown, Carolyn 63, 151, 220, 221 Brown, Cheryl 32, 254 Brown, Cindy 264 Brown, Dean 223, 254 Brown, Dennis 159 Brown, Janet 264 Brom 1, Brown, rrrry 208, .220, 254 Kathleen 63 Brown, Michael 63, 152 Brown, Pamela 234, 240 Brown, Rick 214, 264 Brown, Rick 220, 240 Brown, Robert 63, 227 Brown, Robert Brown, Roberta 63, 220 Brown, Rollyn 157, 161, 163, 20 240 Brown, Virginia 164, 202, 264 Brown, Wallace 63 Brown, Walter 186, 254 Brundtland, Rune 264 Bruner, Margaret 208, 264 Brluler, Marilyn 254 Bruno, Kathy 240 Bud., Sheryl 254 Buckley, Coleen 254 Buechler, Connie 63 Bufton, Alan 186, 240 Bufton, Donna 240 Bufton, Jerry 63, 98, 125, 220 Bufton, Ken 223, 254 Bufton, Sandra 63 Bu.kcr, Gordon 254 Bullard, Diana 264 Bullis, Terrie 165, 254 Bunard, Tom 254 Bunkard, Torn 254 Bunker, Suzanne 163, 178, 254 Bunnell, Fileene 63, 153, 223 Bunncll, Nadine Bunting, Lthel 63 Burcar, Diane 30, 220, 222, 240 Burgard, Donald 174, 181, 254 Burgard, Paul 254 Burgett, Jill 220, 222, 240 Burke, Don 223, 240 N BLu'ke, Kathy 221, 254 Burkenbine, Carole 63 Burkenbine, Nancy 213, 240 Bush, Patricia Bush, Stephen 186, 254 Busto, Jose 240 Byor, Carol 157, 209, 240 Byer, clnrok 175, 184, 208, 264 C Cain, Shirl 165, 213, 240 Calvert, Brenda 254 Callin, Al Callino, larry Cameron, Karen 209, 264 Camp, Randy 265 Campbell, Linda 254 Doug Zellner "hams it up" on The donce floor, at the closing of Twlrp Week 272 Crisanaz, Marcelline 213, 265 Carroll, Elmore, Donna 255 Campbell, Robert 63 Campbell, Sherry 63 Candiliere, Pamela carrdlarrd, Richard 152, 186, 240 Canfield, Barbara 254 Canfield, Ronald 265 Caniparoli, Glen 175, Capparelli, Debby 213, 265 Carlough, Dick 254 214, 265 Carlson, Carl 193 Carlson, Connie 63, 153 Carlson, Harriet 151, 219, 254 Carlson, Judy 64, 151, 220, 223 Carlson, Wayne 196, 240 Carlton, Kay 265 Carman, David 265 Carmella, Sandy 219 Carmen, Sandra 254 Carneniolla, Linda 240 Carnemolla, Lori 265 Carnes, Bob 177, 180, 183, 196, 240 Carnes, Jim 174, 218, 254 Carpenter, Linda 265 Carpenter, Ted Carr, James 254 Carr, Terry 175, 208, 265 Diana 265 Phil 175, 187, 265 Carroll, Carroll, Carter, Carter, Carter, Susan 64 Herbert 240 Janiece 254 Mark 196, 239 Roger 265 Carter, Cary, Cheryl 64 Casciato, Angela 240 caaoiafo, Lin 64, 104, 115, 159,196 185, 203 Casciato, Rudy 175, 184, 265 Casciato, Yvonne 221, 254 Castellano, Anna 64, 225 Caton, Pat 254 Catt, Steve 240 Cavagna, John 145, 210, 262, 265 Cave, Christine 265 cavirr, Eddie 64 Cavin, Melvin 240 Centers, Sarah 254 Chamberlin, Carole 160, 164, 254 Chamberlain, David Cllarrlberlain, Linda 254 Chamberlin 64, 220 Chambers, Donna 240 Chambers, George 254 Charles, Sheryl 221, 254 Chegwidden, Richard 209, 240 Cheney, Clifford 64, 226 Chenoweth, Torn 64 Chilson, Russell 265 Chilson, Ted 64 Chinn, Butch 64 Chinn, Pam 254 Christianson, Karen 240 Christenson, Martin 193, 254 Christenson, Mary 209 Christman, Carol 265 Christman, Rita 240 175, 193, 208, Cisco, Robert 64, 126 Clark, Franki 241 Clark, Jackie 265 clark, Jim 223 Clark, Mark 64, 170, 214 Clark, Clark, Clark, Megan 157, 254 Pat 240 Sam 254 Clements, John 209, 241 Clifton, Kenneth Cline, Donna 254 Clow, Brian 64 Clyde, Rick 241 Coates, Patrica 265 Coburn, Carol 265 Coburn, Mildred 265 Cochran, Carol 157, 241 Coila, William 177, 241 Coles, Darlene 64 Coles, Micheal 265 25 Collier, Cathleen Collier, Kathleen Collins, Jim 265 Collins, Mary 241 Collins, Vern 254 Colvin, Diane 265 Combs, Susan 64 4 Comella, Sandra 157 Compton, Beverly 65 Compton, Marlene 241 Comstock, Janice 265 Comstock, Linda 265 Conlee, Marcia 65, 157, 158 Connell, Diane 241 Constantin, Richard 254 Conyne, Greg 65, 145, 209 Cook, Ernie 174, 255 Cook, John 65 Cook, Kerry 265 Cook, Mike 265 Cooney, Frank 65 Coons, James 37, 176, 193, 209, 255 Coons, Jerry 224 Coonse, Judith 65 Cooper, Phyllis 65 1 Cooper, Robert 223, 241 Copenhaver, Randy 161, 255 Corbett, Clayton 184, 265 cordi, Dori 47, 58, 65, 131 Corno, Ron 174, 208, 209, 241 Costanzo, Dianne 65 Cotton, Antoine 170, 192, 241 Coupe, Suzanne 255 Courtnier, Carl 65, 159, 170, 180, 234 Cousins, Georgene 241 Couture, Paul 255 Coventry, Sherman 58, 65, 148, 149 Cox, Nancy 209, 241 Cox, Rodney 255 Cox, Ronald 265 Cozad, Rick Cozad, Sherry 255 Cran, Joe 223 Cran, Larry 224 Crase, Clarence 265 Craven, Georgene 138, 221, 255 Craven, Eileen 65 Crayne, David 265 Crewse, Lucinda 265 Crites, Carol 241 Crocker, Cheryl 241 Crockett, Carolyn 208, 219, 224, 241 Croft, Eddie 174, 181, 193, 208, 255 Croft, James 209, 255 Crosby, Cherri 221, 222, 255 Crosby, Nancy 65 Crosby, Richard Croteau, Judy 30, 213, 241 Crowell, Linda 265 Crown, Bill 220, 243 Cruikshank, Curt 223, 241 Cruikshank, Deniece 241 Cubic, Keith 241 Cunningham, Lane 224, 255 Currin, Fay'Dene 231, 241 Cu.rri.n, Thomas 65 Corrie, Earl 170, 202, 241 D Dahlberg, Sue 241 Dalrymple, Linda 241 Dambach, Janet 127, 221, 222, 225 255 Daniels, Jerry 265 Daniels, Ken 190, 191 Darby, Marilyn 57, 58, 65, 149, 153 157 Darby, Sandra 157, 225, 255 Darling, Susan 241 David, Dolores 66 David, Pat 157, 222, 255 Davidson, William 241 . S . Davie, Terri 66 Davis, Brian 234, 235, 241 Davis, Elmer 170, 173, 192, 214, 241 Davis, George 255 Davis, Jim 193, 265 Davis, Karen 265 Davis, Lee 187, 265 Davis, Michael 355 Davis, Michael 255 Davis, Nancy 202, 255 Davis, Robert Davis, Sandra 157, 241 Davis, Sandra 241 Davis, Sharron Davis, Sharon 42, 241 Davis, Dawes, Stepheny 209, 265 Richard 161, 255 1 Day, James 241 Day, Jim 241 Day, Mary 20, 66 Dayton, larry 241 DeAngelo, Mike 241 Dearing, Donna 241 Deary, Ron 66, 209 DeBuse, Marji 157, 165, 208, Decker, David 58, 66, 148, 149, 220 Dedrnore, Terry DeDonato, Nancy 66, 220 Deems, Debra 66 Deerns, Susan 213, 265 DeFi.r, Charles 192, 255 Deitn Pam Delaney, Donald 151, 163, 218, 220, 255 Delaney, Joe 175, 187, 193, 265 DeLuca, Kristine 265 Dempster, Margaret 66 Dennis, Kathy 66 Depue Yvonne 66 DesBrisay, Diane 265 DesGeorges, Claude 265 Deuchar, Ed 241 DeVeiteo, John 66, 215 Dezell, Karen 66, 221 Dickson, Christine 218, 265 Dickson, Margie Didier, Pat Dietz, Kathleen 241 Dignan, Diane 66, 154, 162, 223 Disks, Dennis 66, 218 241 1 Discasey, John 241 Dixon, Dean 242 Dixon, Sheryl 265 Dixon, Margie 255 Djordjeirc, Duson 255 Dobbie, Shirley 151, 218, 242 DobfYr lanet 220, 242 Dockstader, Michelle 255 Dodson, Carol 225 Dodson, Cliff 66 Dolan, Danny 67 Dollowitch, Robert 255 Dopkins, Jerry Dorv, Melviri Doty, Stana 265 Dorr, Bill 255 Douglas, Jackie 154, 255 Dowler, Sue 255 Doyle, Gary 186, 255 Doyle, Ron 186, 242 Drais, Greg 170, 186, 192, 203, 24 Drake, Jan Draper, Linda 178, 265 Drazio, lv1i.ke 265 Drenner, Judy 67 Druck, Carolin 67 Duke, Vicki Duddington, Christine 58, 67, 149, 158 Duddington, Sonia Duggins, Linda 242 Duke, Vicki 242 Dumas, Dorothy 242 Dtusnas, Joanne 67, 223 Dumas, Vicki 2 Duncan, Savana 67 Dunk, Linda 255 Durgan, Kathy 265 Durland, Sue 242 Durr, Bill Durr, Carol 67, 153 E Eakin, Diana 255 Earnest, Bob 41, 56, Earnest, Ron 193, 209, 255 Easter, James 242 Eastman, Cindy 67, 225 Eaton, David 265 Eaton, Patti 242 Eaton, Robert 187, 265 Eckert, Alana 151, 219, 242 Edeline, Bob 67 57, 67, 234 220, 222, 2 Edeline, John 27, 242 Edgar, Diana 165, 212, 242 Edgar, Donna 67, 209, 220 Edge, Samuel Edgerton, Becky 242 Edwards, Cathleen 67 Edwards, Jack 242 Edwards, Richard 209, 265 Edwards, Robert Edwards, Twyla 58, 61, 67, 137, 14 150, 158, 163 Eide, Barbara 242 Eisenach, Calvin 255 Eliot, Pam 222, 252 Eillenwood 145, 190, 221, 255 Elliot, Elliott Elliott, Elliott Ellingson, Terry 67 Debby 213, 255 , Donna 255 Elaine 221, 255 , Linda 157, 242 Elliorf, Patrick 193, 208, 218, 255 Ellis, Alonna 67 Ellis, Jack 218, 265 Ellis, Miro 265 Ellis, Sparky 255 Ellsworth, Marsha 213, 265 Else, N1ike 174, 214, 255 Emmons, Charles 265 Emray, Jerry 67, 196, 218 Engel, Tammy 67 Engstrom, Sandy 213, 242 Equall, 23 2 Erickson, Janet 58, 67, 149, Gary Estes, Kathleen 265 Estes, Estes, Estes, Marty 67 Milae 242 Steven 175, 193, 265 Evans, Dave 174, 242 Evans, Dan 181, 255 Evans, Joe 265 Evans, Mike 175 Evans, Sandy 67 Evans, Shirley 68 Ewers, Jim 242 Ewers, Susan 255 F Fa dne Fala sch ss, Juelette 20, 255 Fadner, Patricia 242 112 R Fantg , 113, 149, 213, 223 oger 68, 152 9 1 201, 231, emi, Ldaria 56, 58, 68, 111, "l just washed my hair, ond lCClI'1'1dO CI Thing with if! " 273 Hawkins, Barbara Foster, Naomi 68 Geren, Mary 69 Gex-old, D Getchell, Getchell, Gliranini, Ghramm, Ghranirn, Giannetti, Giannetti ick 69, 226 Dave Jerry 266 Judith 69 Steve Vicki 243 Denise 69 Edward 174 256 Hamilton, Janice 71, 151, 218 Hamilton, Linda 30, 71, 151, 157, 158, 209, 220 Hamilton, Ron 256 Haney, Del 256 Hanna Sam, ,159, 170, 180, 196, 243 Hansen, Carolym 256 Hansen, Diane 256 1 Giannone, Teresa 69, ,227, 233, 23 4 Hansen, Charles 181 Hanson, Barbara 221, 243 The evening offer the morning before Farah, Norma 255 Farber, Dennis 58, 68, 149, 152, 155 159, 177, 192, 208 Faris, Elias 68 Faris, Norman 68, 125 Faulhaber, Judy 68 Faulhaber, Mike 242 Faulhaber, Ron 255 Faulkner, Gayle 265 Fazzolari, Samual 255 Fearnrnelli, Josie 265 Federici Alan 255 Fedderidi, Janet 68, 96, 213, 219 Feeback, Linda 255 Felton, Dean 266 Ferguson, Sheryle 266 Ferrell, Ann 266 Ferretti, Donald 255 Fields, Louise 221, 234, 242 Fillman, Linda 266 Fillman, Sandra 242 Finnell, Jim 255 Finnerty, Brenda 209, 265 Finzel, Bob Fisher, Hayden 266 Fisher, Ruth 242 Fisk,.l.ynn 221, 255 Fitzgerald, Dan 242 Fitzgerald, Donna 242 Fitzgerald, Pat 242 Fitzgerald, Sharon 68 Fitzgerald, Sue 208, 242 Fitzhugh, Ves 192 Flathers, Nat 175, 266 Fleming, Wendell 242 Fletcher, Rick 266 Foeller, Dan 266 Foeller, Diane 209, 266 Foeller, Susan 68 Fontana, Jent 255 Fontana, Louis 68, 209 Forbes, Claudia 68 Forbes, Jon 223 Ford, Kenneth 31, 68 Forrest, Stanley 242 Foss, My-ron 255 Fossati, Dale 214, 256 Foster Gloria 256 Foster: Larry 175, 187, 266 locker check. Freeman, Walter 266 French, Kathy 256 Frie, Sue Friederick, Carol 266 Frison, Joan 256 Frohwerk, Arthur 154, 266 Frohwerk, Robert 178, 154, Frustaci, Frank 154, 242 Fry, Susan 256 Fuglee, Carol 219, 266 242 Fuglee, Kenneth 6 68 148, 149, 152, 192, 208 ' ' Fu.man, Carol 256 Fuhrman, Rosemary 68 Fuhrrnan, Betty 256 Furnish, Jeffrey 176, 187, 1 Furth, Linda 209, 225, 256 Fnrih, Sally 68 G 93, 266 Gabner, Mike 69, 170, 172, 192, 203, 228 Gage, Dick 69, 196 Gage, Joyce 160, 225, 242 Gage, Wallace 187, 266 Gagnier Caroll 256 Gainer, James 242 Gainer, B66 218, 266 Gallagher, Richard 266 Gallaher, Joan 69, 234 Gallant, Bonnie 69 Gallant, Terry 242 Gallino, Larry 242 Gallino, Sand 33, 256 Gibson, Rick 256 Giese, Sandra 266 Gilbert, Charlotte 243 Gilbert, Steve 30, 58, 69, 148, 149 155, 158, 209 Gill, Donny Gillen, Kathy 213, 243 Gillespie, Ed 70, 220 Giinhol, Steve 181, 208, 214, 252, 256 Girvan, Thomas 256 Giunta, Barbara 256 Gjcstland, Sylvia 70 Glasbrenner, Diane 70, 149, 157, 158, 224 Glenn, Vlfilliam 243 Glover, Sandra 218, 256 Glover, Susan 160, 221, 256 Godsey, Christina 256 coascy, Floyd 70, 159, 170, 214 Goddard, Sally 70 Goetz, Gloria 157, 190, 256 Goff, John 70, 139, 224 Goldsby, Gail 256 Goodale, Joe 159, 170, 172, 180, 183 196, 203, 243 Goodwin, Debbie 256 Gorowski, Gary 175, 184, 266 Gorsline, Doug 70, 231 Goss, Jerry 256 Gourley, Kicfy 70, 212, 231, 7232 Grabner, Linda 243 Grace, Willie 256 Hanson, Roland 256 Harding, Ellen 71 Harding, Glenn 174, 185, 256 Harding, Susan 209, 266 Hardy, cille 221, 243 256 Hardy, Vifilliarn Hargreaves, Tilzer 71, 220 Hargreaves, Gilbert 202 220 256 1 Harmon, Donna 256 , Harmon, Gary 266 Harp, Judith 71 Harp, Ron 220, 256 Harrell, Suzy 266 Hardy, Francine 71 Harriman, Steve 257 Harrington, James 175, 184, 266 Harrington, Viella 266 Harris, Connie 138, 208, 257 Harris, Gilbert 209, 257 Harris, Judy 257 Harris, Phyllis 71, 114, 122, 207, 212, 224 Harrison, Clifton Harrison, Glenda 266 Harrison, Ralph 257 Harshman, Evern 257 Hart, Margo 266 Hartung, Warren 257 Hartzell, Janet 266 Harvey, Mike 159 Hatch, Joellen 220, 222, 243 Hatch, Rod 71, 218 Hatfield, Peggy 71, 151, 157, 163 Graham, Dan 218, 243 Graham, Susan 70, 221 Graham, Sylvan 70, 170, 215, 218 Granato, Gai 208, 243 Grandy, LoRayne 221, 243 Grauer, Nancy 70, 151, 218 Gray, John l86, 256 Gray, Kathy 266 Gray, Rodney 256 Green, Karen 256 Green, Robbianne 220, 222, 243, 251 Green, Dan 42, 70, 158, 208, 220 Green, Don 70 Greenlee, Marilyn 243 Greenough, Darlene 256 Greer, Christine 213, 256 Greer, Margaret 70, 220 Grellert, Eileen 20, 70, 125, 208, 226, 233, 234 Grenawalt, Don 70 Griffin, Clark 170, 243 Griffiths, Annette 266 Griggs, Vicki 256 Griggs, David 71 Grill, Theresia 256 Grimes, Larry 220, 256 Grimer, Lila 70, 208 Grimsrud, Roger 243 Grisanti, Gary 155, 162, 243 Grisso, William 266 Gross, Bob 175, 266 Grossnickle, Walter 243 Grove, Steve 266 Gruener, Don 256 Gruener, Mary 71 Guinn, Kenneth 71, 170 Guinn, Maria 256 Guinn Michael 256 Guinta, Barbara 225 Gulliford, Arlan 71 Gulliford, Shirley 221, 256 Gunderson, Glenda 58, 65, 71, 149, 157, 161, 224 Gustafson, Curtis 175, 266 Gustafsson, Morley 178, 243 Guy, Connie 256 Guy, Diane 266 220, 227, 231 Hawe s, Nancy 266 Haughton, Mason 192 Hawthorne, Steve Hay, Robert 177, 71, 159, 176, 177, 266 159, 170, 243 192, 243 Hayes, Ronald 36, 71, 202 Hayes, Steve 266 Hays, Cheryl 243 Hays, Dennis 71 Hayzlett, Kathy 2 57 Gallucci Y Bob 22, 48, 69, 85, 122, i 148, 159, 170, 173 Gallucci, Don 69, 132, 208 Gallucci, Eddy 176, 266 Gallucci, John 175, 184, 193, 263, 266 08, 210, H Haapala, Dan 218, 243 Hagen, Martin 243 Hagstrom, Kathryn 243, 213 Hagsuom, Martha 266 Haines, Harold 256 F ostern-1 Fosterm Fowler, Fowler, an, Bill 68 an, Roberta 256 John 68 Wanda 221, 222, 242 Frainey, Gloria 256 Frantila , Richard 193, 2 56 Gallucci, Mike 174, 193, 2 252, 256 Gander, Bill 218, 242 Gander, Dorothy 266 Garland, Donna 69 Garner, Carolyn 242 Ganett, Ron Garvin, David 156,159, 243 Gatto, Joe 69 Geimer Mark 266 Gemma, Louann 69, 160, 224, 234 George, Richard 227, 243 Geraci, Karen 163, 221, 256 Geren, John 243 Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Halva Halvo Halv David 38, 71, 218 Di.Ann 256 Doug 243 Jim 71, 107, 196 Larry 256 Marilyn 243 Martha 266 Ron 256 rson, Marc 175, 266 rson, Pat 221, 256 orson, Paula 71, 157, 209 Han-lar, Albert 178, 266 Hamb 274 lin, Bill 266 Hayzlett, Christine 266 Head, Susan 202, 266 Hearsum, Janet 71, 227 Heath, Stan 181, 218, 257 Hedges, Paul 266 Heerlein, Don 218, 219, 243 Hcim, Ann 209, 266 Heiman, Jim 180, 192, 243 Heine, Danell 257 Heinriclis, Paula 266 Heisler, Charlotte 266 Heitn Tiin 37, 170, 243 Heller, Richard 257 Hempel, Richard 72 Henarie, Many 72, 112, 113, 157 161 Henarie, Robert 161, 174, 257 Henderson, Gordon 72, 93, 115, 120, 122, 132, 145, 152, 157, 190, 191, 206, 207, 231, 232 l-lcncliickson, Nick 154, 209, 243 Heney, Del 257 Henriksen, Marla 243 Henry, Gail 257 Henry, Richard 180, 181, 218, 243 Hensley, Steve 266 Herget, Barbara 72, 231 Hermesmaa, Jerry 243 Hcrsha, Delbert 266 Herzig, Gordon 72 Hess, Simon 187, 266 Hessen, Dave 72, 159, 196 Hesson, Donna 266 Hickerson, Fred 257 Hieliman, Charles 72, 162 Hicks, Darwin 72 Hicks, Don 181, 257 Hicks, Kathie 243 Higgins, Kathy 243 Higgins, Stan High, Barbara 213, 266 High, Barbara 266 High, Terry Hilclebran, Sheila 266 Hill, Dean 257 Hill, Donna 72 Hill, Franklin 257 Hill, George 178, 267 Hill, Linda 257 Hill, Robert 72, 185 Hill, Robert 72 Hill, Shelly 56, 72, 234 Hillard, Diane 267 Hillard, Ted 72 Hiller, Terry 156, 159, 170, 243 Hillesland, Gordon 72, 215, 219, 226 Hiiiesiana, Sylxia 38, 202, 209, 267 Hillman, Barbara 72 Hilsenteger, Bob 79, 170, 209 fumes, Ranzlie rs Hin1mel.right, Karyn 73 218, Hines, Jackie 157, 165, 242, 257 Hines, Perry 184, 214, 267 Hiromura, Pat 213, 243 Hiromura, Ronald 73, 154, 155 Hirsch, Phyllis 73 Hitchcock, Daniel Hitchcock, Linda 267 Hitchman, Susan 73 Hodson, Nancy 178, 267 Hoeffelfinger, Arbuthnat 267 Hoelzer, Carlene 56, 73 Johnson, Micha el 74 J Horwedel, Gale 267 Hofer, Bruce 37, 156, 159, 170, Hoffman, Lloyd Hogeland, Marlo 73 Holdin-ian, Daniel 267 Holland, Irene 267 Hollway, Barbara 267 Holmes, Rod 73 Holmes, Valerie 208, 209, 267 Holstine, Vicki 267 Hoisewm, Ken 180, 183, 244 Hook, Kathy 73, 153, 213, 225, Hoover, R66 156, 186, 200, 244 Hopkins, Chuck 244 Hopkins, Debby 208, 267 Hopkins, James 175, 193, 267 Hopkins, Nancy 73 Hopkins, Pamela 73, 220, 221 Hoppe, Leslie 267 Hopple, Ann 153, 157, 213, 231 232, 244 Hornbeck, Pat 267 Horton, Tim 244 Horwedel, Rex Hoskin, Gene 244 Houser, Linda 225, 257 Hovey, Roy 73, 164 Howard, Allen 257 Howard, Bob 244 Howard, Linda 267 Howard, Marilyn 267 Howard, Mary 73, 209, 227 1 Howard, Perry 244 Howard, Leslie 267 Howarth, Dennis 214, 267 Howe, Ivy 267 Howell, Alan 176, 193, 257 244 227 Howell, Dean 57, 73, 115, 159,17O, 192, 203, 208, 220, 233, 234 Howell, Sally 227, 267 Hoyt, Harold 267 Jensen, Steve 154, 192, 244 Jeppeson, Jean 74, 208 Kirkpatrick, Ron 187, 267 Kletzel, Jack 244 Hubbard, Robert 30, 178, 244 Huck, Carol 220, 244 Huddleston, Alice 257 Hudson, Deryl 267 Hudson, Sheila 73 Hughes, Chuck Hughes, Dennis 267 Hughes, Gary 257 Hughes, Ron Huie, Anthony 175, 18 7, 193, 267 Huie, Beverly 257 Hultgren, Gibb 73, 214 Humble, Judy 244 Hummel, Eric 257 Humphries, Richard 176, 193, 267 Jeske, Steven 154, 155, Jewell, Canda 129, 140, 220 Jewell, Dick Jewell, Susan 257 Jinings Mike 58, 74, 142, 148,149, 156, 157 ce 74, 103, 114, 126, 141, 151, 163, 208, 40, 192, 214, 244 213, 221, 222, 225, 257 Jirschele, Carman 257 Jirschele, Connie 74 Johnson, Cherri 267 Johnson, Dale 192, 2 20, 244 Johnson, Duwa na Hunt, Dave 73 Hurd, Dave 257 1-luss, Bruce 244 Hyde, June 257 Hyland, Jim 186, 257 Johnson, Elaine 267 Johnson, Gary 187, 267 Johnson, George 74 Johnson, Gordon 244 Johnson, Hugh 257 Johnson, Jennifer 257 I Ide, Barbara Lkeda, Marleen 267 Imeeld, Isaacs, Heidi 257 Penny 74 Johnson, Kathy 244 Johnson, Laure 200, 203 n 74, 159, 170, 185, Johnson, Leon 74 Johnson, Linda 213, 267 Johnson, Lois 213, 218, 257 Johnson, Mary 218, 244 Isadore, Gloria 74 Isbell, George 244 Isbell, Paul 176, 267 Itami, Gary 218, 244 Itami, Robert 175, 187, 267 Itami, Susan 267 Jachetta, Mary 74 Jackson, Judy 125, 244 Jackson, Larry 187, 267 Jackson, Shelly 257 Jacobson, Ardelle 267 Jacobson, Geanne 225, 244 Jacobsen, Terry 174, 208, 257 Jameson, Gloria 267 Jarboe, Gerald 184, 267 Jarrett, Ronald 257 Jarvis, Johnny 74 Jennings, Mike 220 Jensen, Barbara 157, 165, 213, 244 Jensen, Beth 157, 164, 165, 213, 226, 244 Jensen, Chris 225, 257 Johnson, Michael 152, 176, 257 Johnson, Rita 257 Johnson, Ron 257 Johnson, Stephen 267 "Well, that about cleons it out," says Mike Nokofo. Johnson, VeAnne 74, 112, 113 Johnston, Guy 257 Johnston, Lindy 263, 267 Johnston, Richard 244 Johnston, Shannon 257 Johnston, Vicki 140, 141, 157, 163, 225, 231, 244 Joli, Winnifred 244 Jones, Allen 170, 186, 244 Jones, Diane 244 Jones, Dick Jones, Don 175, 267 Jones, Floyd 162, 257 16665, Jim 223, 244 Jones, Janet 257 Jones, Joe 162, 214, 267 Jones, Lael 208, 221, 244 Jones, Lana 209, 97 Jones, Larry 66, 111 Jones, Laura 234, 289, 222 Jones, Lee 69, 235, 226 Jones, Leon 9, 25, 77 Jones, Linda 88, 55, 33 Jones, Louis 56, 45, 34 Jones, Mark 74, 185, 226 Jones, Mary Anne 74 Jones, Norma 74 Jones, Paul 74 Jones, Randy 170, 244 Jones, Richard 74 Jons, Vi.rginia 74, 151, 219 Jones, William Jordan, Wenda 74 Jung, Shirley 257 Juul, Jodi 213, 213, 244 K Kaech, Carol 74 Kahn, Diana 75 Kanas, Kathleen 209, 213, 267 Kanas, Steve 141, 145, 157, 161, 163, 208, 244 Kangiser, Sandra 257 Karr, Sandie Kashuba, Ed 75 Kashuba, Pete Kaski, Diane 267 Kasparek, Diane 75, 112, 113, 208 Kasprowicz, George 75, 218 Keeney, Willis 178, 267 Kehret, Bonnie 257 Keister, Ann 208, 257 Keller, Bill 75 Keller, James 267 Kelly, John 267 Kelly, Kathy 208, 244 Kelly, Sharon 244 Keltner, Virginia 257 Kennedy, Pat 75, 157, 160 Kennedy, Stephanie 244 Kenny, Mike 175, 184, 208, 214, 267 Kephart, Cathy 75 Kephart, Phil 257 Kerr, Jeff 75 Kibe, Gary 75 Kibe, Susan 257 Kidd, Bonnie 244 Kiowiler, Doug 75, 170, 222 Kidwiler, Linda 220, 244 Killduff, Larry Killhan-1, Curtis 75, 227 Kincaid, John 43, 75, 177, 192 King, Lowell 75, 218 Kingsey, Donna 257 Kirigin, Chris 244 275 Kline, Kathy 244 Kline, Mitch 287 Kline, wnnam 267 Knapp, Carlene 75, 227, 234 Knight, Mija 258 Knoll, Karin 267 Knox, Raymond Know, Leanna Knudsen, Gerald 224, 258 Knutson, Jim 245 Koch, Marcia 245 Kocher, Judith 267 Koegel, Barbara 221, 245 Koenig, Marc 75, 177 Koistinen, Leon Kolb, Kevin 209, 245 Kolb, larry 245 Kolibaba, Janice 267 Konetsky, Chris 245 Koskela, Eric 245 Koslowski, Raymond 258 Kraley, Florence 75, 267 Kraley, Linda 75, 153 224 Kfeinng, Karin 75, 153, 213, 220 Krettler, Jim 75, 178 Krettler, Thomas 178, 258 Krieger, Clarence Krigbaum, Sandra 76, 163 Kristensen, Marguerite 28, 245 Krueger, Karl 218, 245 Krueger, Sharon 221, 225, 258 Kruger, Cliff Krumann, Diane 76 Krupp, Judy 76 Kruse, Roger 175, 184, 267 Kuhn, Jerry 245 Kurkinen, Robert 42, 76 Kushmaul, Sandi 245 Kushner, Mary 157, 165, 258 Kyle, Gary 267 Kyle, Kathryn 76, 153 L LaBarre, Bill 76, 156, 158, 159, 178, 186, 219 Lahn, Janet 76 Lahue, Joann 267 Lake, Kenneth 245 Lake, Robert 267 Lalli, Kathleen 267 Lalli, Susan 76 Lamb, Judy 258 Lamb, Marcia 178, 267 Lambert, Bill 76, 85, 214 Lambert, Douglas 267 Landers, Doris 268 Landrarn, Penney lang, Kathie 76 Lang, Susan 267 Langan, Bob 258 Iangdon, Yolinda 178, 268 Langroeins, Pan-icia Langstaff, Janet 258 Langstaff, Susan Lanning, Dan 176, 193, 268 Larger, Moraima 258 Larkins, Don 218, 258 Larson, Dale 186, 258 Larson, Harold 268 Larson, Linda 165, 209, 258 Larson, Terry 76 Laskey, Marcia 76 Lau, James 200, 268 Lauer, Eileen 76, 225 Laundreau, Billie 268 Lauzon, Doug 162, 218, 258 LaValla, Connie 245 Lawrie, Barbara Leach, Roy 245 LeBenzon, Barbera 76, 234 LcBru.n, R66 76, 170 Lee, Diana 76 Lee, Larry 170, 218, 245 Lee, Larry 76, 145, 218 Lee, InSook 268 Lee, Louis Lee, Sharon 58 77 149 151 153 1 1 1 1 J 157 Lehmann, John Lehmann, Sue 221, 258 Lehr, Sharon 245 Leith, Eiser 77 Lemley, Alana 245 Lenington, Laura 245 Lenington, Sue Lenny, Pamela 77 Lesina, John 178, 223, 224, 245 Leslie Marcia 77 160 164 218 1 Lever, Joe 170, 245 ' ' Levisee, Jerry 77 Lewis, April 268 Lewis, Clark 77, 170, 185, 203 Lewis, Jean 258 Lewis, Myrna 258 Lewis, Patricia Lewis, Paul 77, 220 Lewis, Paula 245 Lewis, Phyllis 77 Lewis, Randy Lewis, Richard 245 lewis, Ronald 209, 268 Lewis, Steve 159, 205, 208, 245 Leythern, Toni 77 Leyva, Roy 258 Libke, Lieb, Lieb, Virgil 77, 202 Steve 175, 187, 268 Sue 245 Lindholm, Byron 184, 268 Lindemuth, Dave 174, 193, 194, 218, 258 Lindley, Douglas 174, 181, 193, 258 Lindquist, Diane 245 Lindsey, Dona 77 Linenko, Laurie 258 Linfoot, Gaelynne 258 Lings, Robert 258 Linn, Linda 258 Linton, Pamela 268 Little, Darlene 178, 202, 268 Livesay, Bonne 77, 149, 150, 155, 156, 161 Lomax, Art 268 Meyers, Peggy Meyer, Rick 79, 224 Meyer, Marjorie 258 Mienigarni, fvlike 6, 59, 30, 101, 115, 148, 149, 151, 152, 157, 207, 208 Middelhoven, Wlilly 31, 30, 213 Miderrnott, Jim Mier, Rick 268 Miles, Russ 80, 159 Miller, Anthony 258 Miller, Arthur 258 Miller, Bruce 170, 185, 192, 215, 246 Miller, Jane 259 Miller, Lawrence 80, 186 Miller, Larry 94, 178, 226, 259 Miller, Lynda 246 Miner, Mickey 151, 153, 161, 209, 213, 246 Miner, Paula 30, 213 Miller, Shirley 268 Mills, Charles 259 Mills, Mark 175, 187 Lombard, Jim 77, 170 Long, D ebbie 258 Long, Linda 77 Lon Sandra 245 8: Lo ng, Walter 258 Longvenis, Patricia 77 Loomis, Richard 258 Loque, Jim 245 Lorelle, Judy 258 lorenzen, Margaret 78 Lorenzini, Jeanette Lorenzini, Yvonne 77 Lorusso, Linda 78 Lorusso, Sarah 132, 190, 191,245 Louie, Calbin 174, 258 Louie, Dick 258 Louie, Iana 245 Louis, Carol 245 Lovlien, Robert 37, 170, 171, 172, 181, 193, 258 Lowell, Clarence Lubecle, Terry Luczai, Camie 78, 234 Lueb, Tom 78 Luin, Linda 221 Lunde, Joan 78, 153 Lunk, Roxane 268 Lupo, Roxanna 208, 268 Lnahenife, Andy 174, 193, 220, 253 Luaxrenko, Arr 151, 159, 170, 172, 186, 192, 219, 245 Lushenko, Evelyn 268 Lutje, Danny 258 Lyon, Linda Lytle, Deanna 220, 245 M MacDaniels, James 175, 187, 268 MacDaniels, John MacKenzie, Colin 193, 258 Mahler, Lora 79, 163, 224 Mahoney, Gerald Mahoney, Michael 246 Majhor, Patty 268 Malsey, Terry 184, 193, 209, 268 Mandy, Duane Marconi, Ralph 79 Marconi, Vicki 165, 246 Margreaves, Tyler 214, 266 Marino, John 175, 187, 268 Mark, Steve 268 Mills, Patricia 268 Millspaugh, Lynne 220, 246 Mirenda, Linda 208, 213, 259 Mirenda, Ray 187, 268 Mitchell, Marilyn 246 Mirenen, Sue 59, 30, 149, 157, 203 226, 233, 234, 235 Mime, Marilyn 203, 209, 263 Moats, John Moen, Bob Moen, Philip 80 Moen, Roger 80 Moffatt, Bob 259 Moffitt, Eric 185, 259 Moffitt, Robert 246 Mogus, Marlene 246 Mogus, Marilym 246 Mole, Larry 176, 192, 259 Monner, Dennis 175, 187, 268 Monner, Sharon 221, 231, 246 Monroe, Dale 192, 220 Monroe, Derek 208, 268 Monti, Carol 268 Monti, Janice 30, 59, 99, 114, 149, 157, 213 Moore, carenne 157, 164, 220, 231, 232, 246 Moore, Gail 268 Moore, Gerold Moore, Joan 80 Moore, Larry 259, 268 Moore, Moore, Larry 181, 218 Mary 80 213 7 Morgan, Laura 202, 252, 259 Morgan, Nancy 20, 226, 246 Morehous, Marcia 259, 268 Morehouse, Ross Morris, Steve 9, 39, 80, 103, 127 148, 149, 157, 163, 226 Morrison, Carl 175, 187, 268 Morrison, Linda Mosee, Mike 174, 259 Moshberger, Judy 80, 157 Moudy, Jackie Mowdy, Pat 80, 223 1 Mowry, Moxley, Moxley, 1 92, Mueller, Mueller, Mullen, Mullen, Mullen, Mullen, Dan 80 David 268 Dean 80, 159, 170, 185, 203, 209, 220 Mark 246 Mike 176, 263 Bonnie 246 Diana 81 Clinton 246 Larry 227, 263 Mullenhoff, Gary 81, 223 McCann, Kathy 59, 78, 149, 150 Markwart, Gary 246 Mari, Donna 79 Marler, Marlin, Sherry 79, 225 Carol 246 Marsh, David 186, 200, 208, 258 Marsh, Larry Marshall Martell, Martell, Martin, Martin, , Mike 253 Ray 246, 223 Steve 79 Janice Linda 258 Martinson, Lydia 213, 268 Marvin, Mather, Ma ssie, Matson, Matthe s, Matthes Matthew Mayea, Diana 246 John 268 Steve 176, 193, 263 Ernie 246 Gail 258 Sue 79 s, Dave Richard Mayfield, Gary Mead, Ramona 258 Mealey, Medina, Terry 79, 220, 221 John 175, 268 Melby, Becky 268 Melby, Mike 246 Mendivil, Edna 246 Menzies, Menzies, Cathy 258 Cliff 79 Menzies, Valerie 268 Metter, Janice 268 Meucci, Sharon 213, 246 Mulvaney, Wanda Munson, Barbara 81, 220, 221 Munson, Gary 81 Munson, Richard 259 Murdock, Ernest 259 Murdock, Barbara 29, 81 Murdock, Lorene Larry 81 MuIPhV: Murphy, Paul 259 Murphy, Vince Murphy, Virginia Murray, Merlene 246 Mc McAdani, Kathy 258 McAloney, Kenneth 268 McAndrews, Vicki 78 McBee, Lee 78 McBride, Moira McBroQm, Linda 221, 245 McCafferty, Carol 59, 78, 149, 158, 220, 221 McCallister, Gary 78 McCamman, John 258 McCamrnon, Michael 78, 125, 157, 231 McCarthy, Pam 78 McCaskey, Darlene 78 McClain, Marvin 78, 226 McClenahan, Ron 78, 208, 268 McClcnahan, William McCloud, John 73, 99, 115, 148,149, 215, 231 McClung, Anita 79, 213 McCormick, Kelly 79, 159, 196 McCoy, Mike lV1cC0y, ram 37, 213, 227, 245 McCray, Mike 21, 79 McCreadie, Coleen McCreadie, Sharon 258 McCulloch, Mike 258 McDermott, James. 79 McDermott, Kathleen 258 McDonald, Nora 30, 245 McDonald, Scott 258 McDonnell, Mary 221, 245 McDougal, Mary 268 Meuew, Judy 220, 245 McDow, Mike 175, 134, 193, 263 McFall, Lee 245 McFarland, Alice 245 McFarland, David 258 McFarland, Larry 268 McGibbon, Norm 245 McGowan, Margaret Mclntosh, Phylis 151, 258 McKay, Marcia 79 McKee, Bill 79 McKee, Marcia 73, 79, 223 McKee, Ralph 245 McKenney, Mark McKethen, Kathy 268 McKinnis, George 223 McKinnon, Evon 21, 120, 121, 202, 224, 258 McKinnon, Melvin 186, 218, 258 McLellarn, Robert 79, 208 McNerney, Kathy 59, 79, 93, 110, 111, 114, 125, 149, 150, 157, 178, 209, 231, 232 McNerney, Rick 174, 193, 258 McPherson, Ron 79, 212 McQuaw, Jennie McQuaw, Larry 245 McQuaw, Linda 79 McQuaw, Pat 245 McShatko, Susie 258 N Nab, Doug 227, 259 Nagie, Rick 152, 157, 192, 214, 246 Nail, Dan 81 Nalsata, Mike 122, 207, 214, 252, 259 Narnba, Teresa 163, 213, 221, 259 Nance, Lcnard 259 Naylor, Craylon 213, 268 Neal, Cathy 259 Ncase, Mike 268 Neasc, Pat 259 Neel, Mike 81 Necland, Connie 81 Neeland, Susan 225, 259 Nees, Robert 259 Neighbours, Vince Nelson, Barb 246 Nelson, David Nelson, Elaine 268 Nelson, Fred 259 Nelson, Greg 268 Nelson, lody 246 Nelson, Karen 32, 246 Ne-iaen, Larry 175, 184 Nelson, Linda 220,222, 246 Nelson, Steve 175 Nelson, Sylvia 81 Neingas, Marcia 259 Nesniith, Linda 221, 259 Nessling, Patty 209, 259 Neumann, Georgene 81, 223 Neuharth, Mark 175, 193, 195, 268 Newherg, Carole 259 Newby, Marlo 160, 246 Newell, jim Newell, Patricia 81 Newton, Pat 246 Nichols, Christine Nickerson, Terry 246, Nicola, Mike 81 Nielsen, Linda 165, 213, 259 Nieman, Rick 259 Nrnarr, Steve 263 Niiranen, Linda 269 Nornie, Norman 259 Nonne, Nanettc 29, 81, 209, 231, 232 Noren, Donna 81, 157, 164 Norrnoyle, Dennis 246' Norrnoyle, Donna 202, 269 North, Tom 259 Norton, Steve 208, 246 Novak, Gordon 259 Nudelrnan, Larry 196, 246 Nudelman, Sharon 227, 269 Nye, Carol 246 Nyehart, Chuck 174, 259 Nylander, Edward 20, 81, 130, 132 143, 210, 226 Nylander, Phyllis 259 Art students take odvclntclge of o lovely spring day. 276 Salladay, Odgers, Marie 259 Si Hin' on the corner wofchin' . Nyseth, Martin 81 Nyseth, Mary Lou 247 O Oelschlager, Ron 269 Oesterreicher, Sheila 224, 247 Olenslager, Jim 81, 154, 155 Oliver, Cathey 247 Oliverio, Lynn 259 Olsen, Turid 120, 121, 269 Olson, Dan 247 Olson, Dave 29, 37, 202, 209, 232 247 Olson, Lynn 269 Olson, Sandra 259 O'Neill, Bruce 82, 139 O'Neill, Peggy 269 Opoka, David 269 Orazio, David 82 Orazio, Mike 269 Orcutt, Joan 82 Oreste, Jeff 193, 269 Orme, Terrell 152, 208, 259 Oscar, Carol 247 Oster, Kathryn 221, 259 Ott, Mary 269 Otteson, Jean 259 Owens, Jim 269 Owings, Nancy 164, 259 Oxford, Meredith 151, 153, 161, 164,218, 231, 247 Oxman, Larry 218, 247 P Paei, Monica 269 Paige, Tom 247 Paladie, Michael 269 Paladie, Roberta 247 Palmer, Charles 259 Pancheau, Karen 23, 82, 151, 153, 218, 226 Papasadero, Don 174 193 259 Papasadero, Gary 17 Paque, Gregory 247 Parker, Craig 219 Parker, Judy 218 Parker, Pam 163, 247 Parker, Richard 82 Parks, Donald 82, 223 Parks, Nancy 269 Parrent, D'Ann 247, 208 Parrish, Elmita 82 Parrish, Rick 174, 181, 193, 209, 1 1 4 259 Parshall Patrick, Patterso Patterso Patterso Paul, R Payne, Payne, Payne, Payne, Payne, Pearce, , Ralph Ray 82 n, Barbara 247 n, Jimmy 259 n, Lauri 269 udie 82 John 220, 247 Patricia 259 Ruth 209, 269 Sharon 33, 82 Toni 82 Diane 247 Pearson, Kathleen 127, 213, 269 Pearson, Karen 82 Pearson, Michael 82, 30 Peck, S Peek, S usan 269 haron 82, 151, 218 Perry, Marie 247 Pellum, Flora 82 Peloquin, Maureen 132, 208, 247 Peloquin, Roy 269 Pement, June 59, 82, 149, 158, 224 Pence Ladine 221 259 Pennifig, Alan 223: 247 Peres, Carlos 269 Perkins, Perrin, Paul 259 Thomas 83, 159, 170 Perronne, Judy 259, 269 Perry, Howard Peters, Barbara 259 Peters, Frederick 269 Peters, Kriss 269 Peters, Mary 247 Peters Ronald 218 247 Petersbn, Diane 259 Peterson, Lynette 213, 259 Petxarca, Mike 192, 247 Petr-one, Carolyn 178, 221, 222,259 Pettengill, Marsha 247 Pettengill, Melissa 269 Pfaender, Bruce 154, 259 Pfaeddei, Dedii 83, 151, 127, 218, 220 s, Sue 83 Barbara 213, 225, 259 Janet 247 Karen 33, 83, 225 Mike 260 , Janis 269 l, Joanne 247 Phillip Pierce, Pierce, Pierce, Pierce , Pieretti Pimente Piro, Jerry 83 Pitts, Albert 83 Pixley, Placzeh Carol 247 , Joanne 83 Pollard, Gary 83 150, 151, 163, 212, 220 Rankin, Mike 193, 218, 269 Rask, George 260 Rasmussen, Diane 221, 247 Rasmussen, Glenn 269 Rasmussen, Mike 223, 247 Rasmussen, Terry Rauch, Karen 247 Ray, Toni 247 Raymond, Lynne 247 Ream, Marcia 227, 247 Reece, Wylene 83, 208 Reed, Judy 83, 224 Reid, Debbie 269 Reinel, Carol 247 Reidei, Bill 269 Reinel, William 269 Re-isbeck, Judy 269 Reisbeck, Ralph 196, 247 Remme, Steve 269 Renish, Dennis Renish, Steven 176, 269 Rennie, Kathy 260 Rapp, Evelyn 260 Repp, Richard 269 Richard, Susan 59, 83, 149, 213 Richardson, Carl 269 Richardson, Winifred 32, 260 Rickard, Nelhieann 260 Riddle, Linda 38, 83, 151, 218 Riddle, Nita 38, 151, 218, 260 Riegelhuth, Don 84 Riehl, Michael 260 Riesenman, Karen 260 Rigotti, Vicki 213, 260 Rimestad, John 269 Rioseco, Edmuudo 260 Ritter, Susan 225, 247 Rivera, Roger 260 Roadruck, Randy 269 Roark, Kevin 174, 260 Roberti, Ronald 175, 184, 193, 214, 269 Roberts, Patsy 248 Roberts, Susan 84 Robinett, Frances 84, 164, 223 Robinett, Maria 209, 269 Robinett, Rosalie 260 Robinson, Pam 84, 224 Robinson, Rick 184, 209, 269 Rocks, Tom 84 Rodgers, Dee 224, 248 Roe, Jon 84 Rohler, Mary Ann 221, 222, 260 Rohlfs, Terri 260 Roisiun, Dan 180 Roley, Alton 84, 220 Pond, Mike 175, 187, 269 Poole, James 192, 247 Poore, Dale 269 Popp, Jeannette 220, 225, 247 Poppino, Bill 218, 247 Poppino, Dianne 161, 269 Poppino, Marilyn 260 Ports, Barbara 269 Ports, Joanna 269 Ports, Karen 83 Postlewaite, Doug 260 Potter, Susan 269 Poujade, Fred 83, 159, 170, 231, 232 Poujade, Harold 181, 174, 193, 218, 260 Preisler, Dave 214, 260 Prewitt, Paul 260 Price, Bob Price, Carolyn 269 Price, Steve 209, 260 Price, Steve 260 Prier, Carla 83, 208 Priester, Harvey 247 Proffitt, Cheryl 83 Proffitt, Lynn 208, 269 Proffitt, Teresa 83 Prosch, Marilyn 218, 260 Prusak, Patti 59, 83, 149, 150, 157, 223 Prusak, Peggy 157, 165, 213, 252, 260 Puetz, Dennis 83 Puetz, Richard 260 Puitlar, Helen 269 Pulido, Christina 260 Purdum, Bill 269 Purdy, Patrick 178, 193, 260 Putnam, Rick 180, 183, 247' Putnam, Vance 181, 218, 260 Q Qual, Bev 83, 226 Quentin, Sandy 269 Querubin, Cheri 42, 247 R Ragnone, Toni 247 Rall, Louis 260 Ralphs, Willa 260 Rambo, Karen 247 Rambo, Marvin 200, 209, 260 Randol, Joanne 59, 83, 98, 130, 149, 277 Rom ine, Judy 248 Rose, en 208 K Ross, Carolyn 269 Ross, Donna 248 Ross, Kddiieen 202, 269 Rossi, Ralph 84 196 Roch, Ross, Kevan 260 Dick 151,, 218, 248 Rouw, Karen 269 Rouw, Mike 84, 185, 220 Rouw, Pat 220, 225 Rovito, Sherry 221, 225, 260 Roylance, Diane 269 Ruchford, Arline 269 Ruchford, Bruce Ruddell, Bob 269 Ruddell, Larry 269 Rude, Linde 260 Riieek, Ken 164, 178 Riieek, Margaret 151, 164, 218,260 Russ, Everett 260 Russell, Dan 84 Russell, Linda 260 Rutan, Dave 175, 187, 269 Rutan, Joanne 84 Ryan, Clair 20, 209, 226, 248 S Sabas, Terri 248 Saban, Judy 269 Sadring, ElRae 269 Sahli, Beth 84 Sahli, Kay 260 Sahli, Linda 248 Mike 248 Salladay, Susan 213, 269 Saloum, Edna 269 Samuelson, Cliff 139, 248 Sandoz, Marian 165 Santangelo, Kris 269 Santangelo, Pam 248 Sapp, Sharon 84, 224 Sarriugarte, Marga 59, 84, 104, 110 111, 122, 149, 157, 161, 163, 207, 208 Sarriugarte, Morris 248 Sauer, Bob 248 Sauer, Linda 276 Savage, Steve 139, 163, 185, 208, 248 Savely, Mark Savory, John 175, 187, 276 Scates, Joanne 145, 248 Sehacher, Dennis 248 Schafer, Sam 260 Schattenberg, Herman 77, 84, 170, 180, 183, 203 Schechtel, Janet 227, 248 Schechtel, Jeanne 270 Scheidel, George 209, 220, 248 Scheneman, LeRoy 270 Scheverman, Gary 161, 260 Schibel, Elaine 270 Schiele, Ralph Schilthuis, Katherine 209, 227, 248 Schlaman, Mike 248 Schmeer, Steve 196 Schmeer, Susan 218, 260 Schmitg Bryan 175, 214, 270 Schmorl, Bob 85, 208, 220 Schneider, Joseph 3, 84, 152 Schneider, Nancy 85, 225 Schneider, Robbie 270 Schott, Dennis 216 Schrader, Carole 260 Schrader? Charles 59, 85, 89, 149, 148, 151, 152, 157, 158, 159, 177, 192, 209, 218, 230, 231, 232, 226, 280 Schrader, Jim Schreiber, Leslie 270 Schrock, Marjorie 85, 153, 283 Schroeder, Dannette 160, 248 Schroeder, MaryAnn 85, 223 Schulman, Chris 85, 208 sehdimeii, Rick 208, 220, 248 Schwartz, Kathy 85 Scofield, Scorcio, Je ssica Christine 260 Scott, Bryan 260 Scott, Larry 85 Scott, Ross 85 Scott, Sharron 260 Scott, Wanda 260 Scovie, Pauline 260 Seaberg, Ric 130, 132, 180, 248 Seawell, Dean 248 Sedar, Sandy 213, 270 Sefton, Barbara 85, 137, 158 Seim, Bill 218, 260 Sedarich, Susan 270 Seliner, Donald 85 Sell, Carl 260 Sergeant, Diana 213, 221, 260 Sesler, Virginia 160, 248 Sesler, Lois 127, 270 Setterberg, Gary 85, 214 Setterberg, Sue 270 Severson, Barbara 260 Sewell, Randall 85, 223 sheiiiklaiiel, sean 174, 181, 260 Stowe, Sharinghousen, Vernon 270 Sharkey, Julie 270 Sharkey, Kathy 85 Shea, Tom 85, 154, 155, 159 Sheets, Edward 193, 270 Shephard, Kathy 220, 248 Sherman, JoAnn 85, 157, 208 Shick, Carl 260 Shick, Maryl 85 Shill, Chris 260 Shinn, Lorelee 248 Shinn, Patsy 213, 248 Shioshi, Roger 186, 193, 215,261 Short, Marshall 175, 184, 193, 270 Short, Randa 86 Shrake, Vivian 261 Shumway, Tom 224, 261 Sidis, Ron 86 Siegner, Dave 270 Sielaff, Beverly 270 Siemssen, Ricky 261 Sievers, Greg 218, 261 Simmons, Don Simmons, Gail 261 Simmons, Larry 270 Simonsen, Dick 162, 270 Singletary, Beverly 202, 270 Sirianni, Jacqueline 248 Siverson, Diane 86 Skaggs, Leslie 270 Skelton, Alice 86 Skinner, Jim 270 Slcriiko, Kerry 270 Small, Julie 86, 157, 212 Stickles, Donna 270 Stiner, Stanley 270 Stinnette, Tom 261 Stofie l, Joan Stofiel Stofiel, Stone, Stone, Stone, 1 Kathy 160, 270 Randy 261 Dave 218 Irene Sandra 261 Stottenberg, Jon 270 Stoutenburg, Tim 261 Linda Wa lton, David 90 Smeraglio, Marilyn 261 srnifh, Alan 248 Smith, Alison 86 Smith, Arthur 86 Smith, Carol 261 Smith, Charlotte 248 Smith, David 209, 261 Smith, Diane 86 Smith, Doug 214, 261 sniifh, llene 270 Smith, James 270 Smith, Janice 213, 261 smith, Jim 270 smith, Judy 56, 59, 86, 149, 150 srnith, Kathy 270 Smith, Kenny 248 srnirh, Linda 270 Smith, LeRoy 49 Smith, Lorraine 261 sniirh, Mark 187, 270 Smith, Marsha 86 smith, Nicolette 212, 261 n Stowe, Roger 270 Stradley, Garnet 270 Stradley, Linda 20, 261 Strauss, Jackie 222, 227 Streuser, Sherry 221, 261 Stricklan, Deborah 270 Strickland, Linda 261 Strickland, Wendy S11-ohecker, Sheri 270 Stromberg, Harold 186 Smibla, John 175, 184, 193, 214, 270 Stryker, Gay 61, 87, 153, 163 smart, Cliff snack, Dennis 261 Stuckert, Gary Swcki, Gayle 140, 141, 190, 263, 270 Stucki, Linda 190, 191, 213 Struller, Starla 87, 220 Stultg Donna 270 sfnle, William Sullenger, Norman 87 Sullivan, Sharon 157, 220 Sullivan, Toni 87 Summers, Dan 261 Sunseri, Ron Super, Gary 220 Suran, Joyce 87, 153 Surbaugh, Jean 57, 87, 157, 208 Swain, Mark 175, 184, 270 Swan, Lynn 270 Swanson, June 261 Swanson, Marie 270 Sweeney, Robert 193, 261 T Tambling, Clyde Tambling, Donna Tarver, Bruce 209, 261 Taskakos, Gary 261 Tash, Gary 87, 122, 215, 233, 234 Tatman, Clyde 270 Tindall, Terry 88, 218, 220 Tinner, Shari-Kay 57, 88, 151, 218 Tipton, Connie 225 Tipton, Sherry 271 Tobin, Mary Todd, Bill 184, 271 Todd, Randy Tolan, Wlarren 31, 88, 148, 231 Toliver, Dick 88 Tolonen, Dan 261 Tomlinson, Hank 155, 157, 159, 170, 200 Taala, John as Toothman, Chuck Torelle, Barbara ss, 125, 234 Torelle, Judy 221 Tormoehlen, Mary 89 Tourville, Denise 89, 206, 212 Tourville, Don 261 Tourville, Nancy 261 Tourville, Patty 89, 209 Traver, Carla 276 Treibel, Dennis 190, 191 Trigo, Gorge 271 Trinci, Danny 184, 271 Trinci, Nancy 89, 157, 158, 210 Tripp, Kathy 261 Trout, Trudy 89 V Vallee, Michael 262 Tucker, Cathy Tufford, Tana 89, 153, 220, 221 Tufford, Neil 220 Tupper, Kathy Turley, Myra 261 Turley, Steve 271 VanACl-cer, Cheri 89 Vanlirsdall, Aimee 271 VanArsdall, Clinton 250 VanAu,ken, Jim 250 VanAu.ken, LeeAnn 89, 154, 157 VanCleave, Sandy 250 Vandcnburg, Chuck 175, 271 Vandervort, David 89, 220 Van de Wiele, Gail 271 VanDusen, Penny 262 VanVeen, Danny 262 VanVeen, Jeanne 89 VanVeen, Stephanie 250 Varnell, Cheryl 161, 262 Vasile, Debbie 190, 157, 209, 262 Velander, Danny 175, 184, 271 Velander, Mary 59, 89, 110, 111, 114, 120, 121, 149, 150, 157, 210, 212 Ventrella, JoAnn 250 Vhelchel, David 262 Vice, Laura 209, 262 Vinson, Judy 209, 250 Volz, Gary 170, 196, 250 VonDerGaLhen, Karen 250 V0nDcrGathen, Linda 271 Vonfeldt, Gary 271 Vonfeldt, James 262 Vonfeldf, Steve 89 Vulgaris, Miclmlr 271 Ta ylor, snairh, Pattie 261 Smith, Rosalie 270 Smith, Steve 209, 252, 261 Smith, Susan 261 Smith, William 86 Smithers, Lisa 270 Smithers, Marsha 202, 270 Smurthwaite, Carol 212, 248 Snearley, Rosalie 270 Snider, Linda 221, 261 Snider, Michael 270 Snider, Sandra 127, 163, 226, 248 Snodgrass, Kathleen 86 Snyder, Eileen 248 Snyder, Rick' 22, 56, 56, 102, 159, 170, 172, 203, 210 Snyder, Ken 174, 261 Snyder, Yvonne Soderberg, Richard 181, 220, 261 Soles, John 175, 270 Soljaga, Betty 86, 213 . Soljaga, Elaine 145, 212, 270 Solovic, Pauline 261 Sommerfelg Evelyn 248 Sommers, Sonia 57, 86, 113, 151, 157, 213, 220 Sommers, Sue 30, 157, 208, 248 Soo, Carl 86, 209 Sorensen., Thomas 209, 248 South, Dale 175, 270 South, Inna 86 Sowles, Karen 270 Sowles, Sherry 248 Sparks, Barbara 261 Speciale, Mike 193, 261 Spielman, Diane 213, 248 Spring, Robin 86 Springgay, Vicki 86, 160, 220,221 Spurlock, Barbara 222, 241 Stafford, Bill 261 Stai, Sharon 270 Stai, Gary Staino, Kathleen 208, 270 Stang, Gene Stang, Patty 21, Stanley, Kari 213, 227, 261 Stanley, Kay 157 209, 261 Taylor, Chuck Taylor, Janey 208 Taylor, Kathy Taylor, Mark 87, 209 Taylor, Paul 193, 270 Taylor, Sallie 87, 114, 149, 191, 190, 213, 220 Sandra 87, 153 Turner, Donna 213, 271 Turner, Joseph 271 Tutwiler, Bernie 271 Tutwiler, Jim Tyler, Carol 225, 262 Tyler, David Tyler, Pam 221, 222, 262 Tyler, Lenny 21, 262 Tyler, Virginia 271 U Ullman, Sharin 28, 208, 213, 250 Ullman, Steve 89, 196 Underwood, Donna 250 Ulrich, Bill 89 Urich, Carol 262 Usselman, Wayne 89 Utterstrom, Erik 170, 172, 180, 203 250 Utz, Marilyn 271 W Wag er, Steve 89 Wahl, Dian 59, 89, 110, 111, 149, 157, 210, 224 Wahl, Janice 157, 165, 262 Waits, Roberta Walker, Bert 220, 250 Walker, Bah 262 Walker, Gary 208 Walker, John 271 Walker, Judy 215 Walkel', Linda 90 Walsh ob 90 177 1 B I Walsh, Chris 157, Vfalsh, Kathy 250 Walters, Matt 90, 165, 208, 252, 2 203 Walters, Sandy 250 Waltman, John 262 Walton, Dan 90, 224 Vilzlrd, Sue 90 62 Tebeck, Richard Teeny, George 270 Teeny, Mike 218 Temple, Kirk 156, 176 Tentoea, Ann 31 Tentoea, Donni Tentoea, Joan 87, 131 , 195, 261 Terao, Marsha 59, 87, 110, 111, 122, 2 149, 150, 157, 207, 09, 231 Terhune, Robert 87 Tesdal, Doug 186, 220 Tester, Linda Tevet, Sarah Thielke, Bev 87, 224 Thomas, George Thomas, Jake 174, 261 Thomas, Vicke 87, 213 Thomas, Vonnie Thomason, Bob 88 Thomason, Th om ason, Roger 271 Sharon 221, 261 Thomason, Connie 213, 220 Thompson, Charlene 88, 213 Thompason, Chrys 271 Thompson, David 271 Thompson, Delores 261 Thompson, Douglas 37, 185, 200, 209 Thompson, Harold 88, 115, 131, 207, 210, 211, 234 Thompson, Janet 88, 221 Thompson, JoAnn 88 Thompson, Judy 261 Thompson, Linda Thompson, Mike 227 Thompson, Ron 186 Thompson, Sally 153, 209 Thompson, Velva 157 Thom son, Connie 88 Stariha, Shirley 56, 59, 86, 149, 150, 227 Stark, Sheryl 261 Stefani, Ron 181, 196, 261 Stewart, Diane 270 Stewart, Gerald 86 Stewart, Jan 164 Stewart, Janet Stewart, Tom 175, 193 Thorpe, Douglas Thrasher, Kenneth 261 Thrasher, Ron 223, 261 Tibbets, Donnie 88, 161 Tibbets, Melinda 271 Tierney, Mike 88, 214 Tilch, Dee 209, 261 Tillrnan, Darla Tilton, Bruce 88 r Where's "Monopoly"? He's holding buck everything! 278 Warner, Linda 271 Waltman, John Warner, Sally 218, 271 Watkins, Sharon 271 Watson, lessie 90 Watts, Watts, W e athe David 90, 209 Don 175, 187, 271 rly, Linda 90 Weaver, Chris 90, 227 Weaver, Tina 178, 250 Vifebb, Barbara 190, 213, 221, 262 Webb, Dale 175, 193, 271 Webb, Harold 271 Webb, Ken 162, 262 Webb, Leslie 90, 213, 233, 234 Webb, Linda 90 irVebb, Rosemary 31, 157, 163, 250 Webber, Candy 213, 262 Webber, Ellen 262 Weberg, Ken 202 Weberg, Marci 89, 90, 153 Webster, Dave 90, 220, 223 Weese, Donna 262 Weesner, Sheryl 90, 225 Wegner, Gretchen 224, 234, 250 Weiler, Martha 220, 234, 250 Weisenberg, Diane 190, 191 Weisenberg, Gordy 25, 175, 184, 271 Yifeitzel, Randy 218, 262 Welch, Dixie Welch, Tom 175, 271 Wellin, Perry 262 Wellington, lan 164, 262 W'ells, Barbara 221, 251 VVellS, Betty 262 Wells, lune 271 Wells, Sharon 221, 262 West, Barbara 271 West, Virginia Westberg, Thure iVoolfolk, Mike 187, 271 Wrigbr, Danny 193, 271 Wright, Sue 262 Wright, Terry 91 Wimderlich, Marylee 91 Wye, Carol Wymer, Cladyce 271 Wynn, Sharon 91 Y Yabuki, Ainy Yamasaki, David 209, 271 Yamasaki, Ross l54, 202, 231 Yanclle, Claudia 262 Yandle, Dennis 91, 152 Yazzolino, Annette 91 Yoal-turn, Richard 262 Yoder, Bob 184, 218, 271 Yoder, lohn 186 Yonge, Susan 91 York, Vicky 92 Younger, Susan 25, 271 Yowell, Barbara 262 Yowell, Kenneth 92, 178 Z Zadan, Anna 271 Zanter, Mary 262 Zellner, Doug 92, 145 Zimmerman, Alan 92, 159, 196, Zimmerman, Daniel 271 Zimmerman, Kris 209 Zinlx, Dana 271 Zinzer, Gene 92 Zoom, Jerry 271 Zupunski, Kathy FACULTY INDEX Bohlen, Westberg, Bonnie 220 Wesierfield, Karen 33, 178, 262 Whallon, Larry 223 Whallon, Shirley 271 Wheeler, Rea 162, 271 Vifhelcllel, David Whipple, lan 262 White, Sherry 271 Whitley, April 221, 262 Vifhiteman, Susan 91 Whitlock, Steve 270 Whittington, Karen 271 A Austin, Mrs. Avshalornov, Mrs. Doris 27, 153 B Becker, Mr. Herman 17, 45 Belloit, Mrs. Clytis 45 Boelts, Miss llelen' 20 Miss .Anne 43, 149 Wicks, lolln Wilde, Faye 91 Wilkinson, loan 271 Wilkins, Ralph 91 Vwlilliams, Bill ifvilliams, Daniel 91 Williams, lulie 91, 209 Williams, lien Williams, Leslie 30, 153, 157 Willian is, Sandra 271 Willinins, Shelley 157, 165, 208, 252, 262 Williams, Sheryl 262 Williment, Sharon 227, 271 Willing barn, Cyndi Willis, Don 91, 218 Willis, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Vfilson, Wilson, Steve 218 Carl Claudia 91 Danny 91 Gary 175, 271 Leilani 221, 222, 262 Linda 262 Lyle 262 Robert 218 Wilson, Ron 187, 271 Wilson, Terry 271 Winegarden, Alan 271 Wing, Terry 262 Wilson, Ron 187, 271 Wilson, Terry 271 Winegarden, Alan 271 Wing, Terry 262 Winquist, lblin 164, 209 Winters, Barbara 91 Winters, Craig 271 Wirick, Iames 164, 214, 271 Wirrick, ,ludy 29, 158, 231, 232 Wirtz, Bill 91, 196 Wise, Chuck 262 Witty, Owen Wodtli, Steve 262 Wolfe, Anne 202, 271 Wolfe, Gerald 91 Wolfe, Teresa 125, 213 Wolfer, lerry 271 Wolford, Delores 164, 227, 262 Wolford, Virginia 227 Vfong, ivan 192, 209 Wong, Steven 271 Wood, Mary 91 Wood, Robert 271 Wood, Rhonda 178, 202, 271 Wood, Rosalyn 91 Woodcock, ,lim 271 Woodcock, Kenny 91, 94, 225, 226 Woodhouse, lim 159, 170 Woodward, Teresa 91 Woodw ard, Tom 262 Woolfcilk, Alan 157, 207, 214 Bosco, MI. lerry 20, 226 Brewer, lvir. lohn 38 Buckiewicz, Mr. Walt 40, 168, 1 Burri, Mr. leelr 45, 168, 185 C Christensen, Mrs. Marjorie 48 Collins, Miss Thelma 45 Cornutt, Miss Faye 27 Crites, Mrs. Maxine 45 D Davis, Mr. Gale 45 Davis, Mr. H. Britt 24 Dawson, Mr. Charles 40, 168 Driscoll, Miss Mary E. 20 Dundore, Miss Dorothy 40, 46 E Ehm, Mrs. losephine 40 Erlandson, Mr. Gilbert 45, 134 Eurich, Mr. Gerald 23 F Faurot, Mrs. lanet 24 Ferrero, Mrs. Roberta 36 Ferry, MI. Clifford 27 Fletcher, Mr. lohn 43 Flitcrofg Mr. Marvin 45, 168 Foster, Miss lean 24 Fox, Mr. Mel 40, 168 G Gehrke, Mr. Leonard 43 Grant, Miss Dorothy 30, 35 lrl Hagglund, Mr. justin 36 Hall, Mrs. Enid 23 Hanby, Mr. Dan 36 Hansen, Mr. Paul 17, 36 Hewitt, Mr. Lynn 40, 168 Hill, Dr. Lucille 24 Holt, Mr. Donald 28, 29, 168 Horvath, Miss Kathryn 30 I lrgens, Mr. William 35 ,l jackson, Mr. Gary 45, 169 lacobsen, M.r. Robert 134, 364 Iohns, Mr. Edward 36 0 johnson, Mr. Art 27 lollnson, Mr. Donald 17, 23 jubb, Mrs. Katherine 23 K Kearns, Mr. Donald 46 Killorin, M.r. Paul 29, 232, 234 L Landes, Mrs. Thelma 27 Langford, Mrs. Betty 24 Lemery, Mrs. Ruth 48 Lind, Mr. Henry 36 M Mabry, M.r. Richard 36, 169 Maloney, Mr. joseph 23 Manning, Mr. James Maynard, Mrs.. Marcell 24, 46, 47 McKee, Mr. lames 45 Mcliercher, Miss Cecil 30 Mead, Mrs. Joanne 40, 41, 169, 202 Mitchel, lv1r. Merl 134 Moore, Mrs, Emma 27 Morris, Miss Dorothy 49 lviurray, Mr. Max 17 N Nceley, Mr. john 43 Nelson, Mr. Donald 40, 46, 47, 169, 183 Norlin, Mrs. Eleanor 48 Nyland, Mrs. Mary l. 23 O Osborn, Mr. Earl 24 P Pancheau, Mr. George 17, 38, 39, 134, 151 Parr, Mr. Thomas 35 Peden, Mrs. june 135 Peery, Mr. lohn 38, 220 Pierce, Mr. Roy 17, 27 Piper, Miss Beryl 40, 169 Price, Mr. Roger 36 Puckett, Mrs. Miriam 230 Pulliam, Mr. Charles 24 Purtzer, Mr. Wayne 35 R Raschio, Mr. Dario 43 Reimer, Mrs. lo 32 Richter, Mr. Carlton 17, 43 Rimer, Miss Gladys 32 Rugrnpakis, Mr. Mike 24, 46, 134 S Savage, Mr. Francis 35 Scheele, Mr. Leonard 43, 168, 192 Schlaadt, Mrs. lanice 23 Scherfenberg, Miss Ruth 49 Senn, Miss Corrine 23, 135 Sewright, Mrs. Ruby 32 Shaffer, Mr. lames 29, 150, 163 Sinclair, Miss Anne 28, 29 Sklenieka, Mr. joseph 43, 155 Sly, Mr. Vinson 24 Small, Miss Dana 36 Swann, Miss Ialihette 27 T Terada, Mr. Yosllinobu 20, 168 Thomas, Miss Elizabeth 27 Tucker, Mr. Lyle 30 W Vfalton, Mr. Denzil 30, 157 VVeed, Mrs. Helen 24, 46 Wheeler, Mr. Ehrick 27 Wheeler, Mr. Timothy 29 Withnell, Mrs. Gayle 27 Y-Z Young, Mrs. Gwyndolyn 29 Zimpelman, Miss joan 23 GROUPS INDEX A-Choir 134, 135, 220 AFM Reps. 'and Officers 214, 215 AGS Reps. and Officers 212, 213 Almanac Staff 29, 230, 231, 232 Band 10, 38, 218 Bowling Club 154 Carillons 222 - Catalyst 155 Curriculum Council 17 Executive Cabinet 206, 207, 210, 211 Pianchetto 156 Freshman Class Officers 263 Friars 148 Girls Choir 221 Hi-Tones 221 Homecoming Court 120, 121 l.R.L 157 lunior Class Officers 238 Key Club 152 Lambda Gamma 158 Lettermen 159 Madrigal 220 May Fefe Court 108, 110, 111 Melodeens 222 National Honor Society 58, 59, 156 Orchestra 135, 219 Pep Club 165 Phi Nu Alpha 157 Pleiades 150 Post Staff 233, 234, 235 Quaker Muskets 162 Rally 168, 190, 191 Red Squares 136, 161 Rose Festival Candidates 109, 112, 113 Secretaries 16 Senior Class Officers 56, 57 Sigma Phi Alpha 151 Sorelle 153 Sophomore Class Officers 252 Student Council 208, 209 Thespians 163 Youth For Christ 164 This scene greeted Mr. "April's Fool" Burri on April l. 279 When a summer silence once again settles on room l69, it will sig- nal the end of a productive year for the ALMANAC staff., ln years to come nostalgic staff members will return to smell the "Krylon," and get a little glue under their fingernails. "A yearbook of con- siderable importance was produced here," they will say, and they will be right. For in the senior year of the class of i965 twenty- three people labored and toiled in expectation of a great fiftieth- anniversary book. Then the copy was finished, the photographs were taken and printed, the artwork was completed, the captions were composed and typed, and the layout sheets were in the hands of the printer, the book was finished. But was it? The ALMANAC is not for the staff, and it is not for the critics, the yearbook is for you, thestudentsand parents and friends who read it in the years to come when you will reflect back nostalgically on "the finest four years of your life." As with any student publication certain acknowledgements are in order. Foremost among these must go to Mrs. Puckett, adviser and tireless prodder in the face of deadlines, and Mr. Irgens and his photography classes who effectively produced most of the photographs for the book. Following closely on this list are Mr. Wong and his excellent photographic service for the Seniors,clubs,and large groups, and Mr. Running of Foto-Graphic Inc. who produced the underclass pictures. In addition, Mr. Al len, commercial artist, who helped us in the planning of layouts and picture content, and last, but certainly not least, Mr. Beard of Agency Lithograph Co. who made numerous trips to Franklin to work out details in printing and cover styles. To these people, and our many other supporters in the faculty and ad- ministration, the i965 ALMANAC owes a great deal. WJQLAA4 H f x QL, '00 if 'f x 1 m 1 Q 0' Q M 9 9, 2, X 50 X w 1 li x, . , - 5 1 x X 0 X o .J , -1 up X V i Q'-kg" ni V ti if 6 .X ,Q Q i ' 0 gin. si ri 0 X I 5 . .e ,s at :M nk mi if ' 9 l ll, 00 x 1, v sq. iv' x si s t 0 ,X F Q . , L ul l: KA ,f , 4 , V f - +I 1 , , f f-.1 ,f f f f ' fjvj X' ' L V' Jig! V 'XO X 'JL , " L1 I fl! , fry., ' V li! X si-' 'f W, Vvffuf Q, ' V 1, , , ' ' ' ,LJ L A f, 5 . 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