Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR)
- Class of 1968
Page 1 of 280
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 280 of the 1968 volume:
www WM 5 MQ W M6141-46' K5
, , Q ,xp 52? 5346513
K3 ... 0' ,
V1 i, ,, W .x,1f' . Q , , , ogy X anffxj'
A Miqv-.qv G , u A J Kgczmq
Tuiwfnm 'K ko chff vjxj
, is Q .41 M -fMl5L 'g,
W Q my .uxjx I X. fy7r'V4fL""'f'
O M945 C 6'Lg..Lm mil?-4 Jlffunlp K
ll- 0 jv M41 QL WW
.19 Su' W EVN UUL ,AQ
N ,Ld v f " Q00 4vw4Q 702
.QV mx bmi vii 774 mah- Aj '
A , Cn,-Q
igw silk if W is
X . X P ' w bw
f xy Xp Alf L7jL A of L
xx QJMVSEQ fy 7
Q SS? FSM ff'
Qff+Qi4"'3Y - Q
gi YJQJQQDT' 'W ,f
ifygq, iw fffff
V of ff 5 N
QN - -5
w N3 qw- RQ-mm +G QQOG',GO3QmA
Hmjamin ironklin High School
V4 lmonoc '68
, 145, xi, 'di
m V A u
A , '...
m ' 7 'Q ' I
, , K v .T ks f Q
' Q K K hw iff!
L -vi" L gf.: ' 15
P .L ,f'flL,,'
f ' .f . . www iff-ap'-Ygw.-fm-' 1- .ft
' M f fn, 3 W 535.5
if f . x fffftf
L .4 ,I 4 Jr VJW, . 1, ,
'V f I i ' 1 ,Q Q
1 ' 1 Q f ' QI: Lxb. in
"look to this Day!
.?ar it is ,CW
Chr very Uk of ,C1fc.
.711 its brief fours: lie all lhc
Verifivs and kcalitics
Of your Erisfcnccf
U16 Bliss of Growth.
Che Glary af Arlian.
1 1. --" 7,iif1:2:. 2
. K- w -- X1
an 44 ' A ' A-
'1 "' " Q
, V V x 5- jlffxg'-,1:a:j,3:-ff-.5 L, L
VM ' A Q "1
C716 Splendor of Hcaufyf . .
' .. ' ' -:A :Ju - ' 3 I
.' -- -'sf 'G-fill-:,Q was 'fr 'F
E.. -aw -few , -lf.
J.-if !'f,f,'.: vf- wi
gag . Jga,1f. Aga , ia sgi,vf.
-n '15:wiL, fg"fSk -,Tw-.
gwf - rw- . . .2 ,
I ' . ff. -ff -"Q f
- 1 ,-'I .
,....,. :N -1
wx" k VJ
1 ' ,
f ,,,Q m
. , f
-,...,,1..--V ,.,,,, ,,x---
.' . P? .'-. '
+I' A if ' ' J Ani'-9 na:
Ir1'AV'k'm - A F K " ' .. 0
1' . 'X' i '
N' I ' .vi X K : . ' K A' A
.T 14.1. :Ag U t I - .
f .FEM g " A ,553 5'-?f ' X 4 Q4
,T f5 i L my ff. , . f J
This doiy, This yeoir, ond These
Tour yeors you spend oT Fronklin
ore ci very irnporTcinT porT of
your life. During These yeors
you experience oi vcirieTy of The T
reolliTies of life.
2. V Y
, .,.x T. I
Jia d TQHQTTQ4 T
ff QQiQa E
gtg 23226 if
- so-'QQC 2,
if Egfr 5
Qi Qs 1222
Todoly, os h-
men, e e' hcir1g everyThin
Tor The firsT Time. Todoy you
sTorT high school, go To your
TirsT ossembly ond TooTlooIl
gome, Toke your firsT English
TesT, cmd eIecT The TirsT clciss
On The sodder side of being
ci freshmolr1,Todoy you dropped
dll your books in The mdin holl
ond forgoT your locker combi-
P.. 'Z 56? ' QQQQ Qs?
Xara N F
1 3 X
Y ""I- I'
our f Q Q
You sophomores look To This
year as The Time when you may
siT wiTh The upper classmen,
laugh aT Those liTTle freshmen,
ancl when vviTh a whole year of
experience, you are alloweol To
ioin some clulos. The second
year in high school also means
a new varieTy of courses. You
can Take drama and business
classes, have a sTuoly hall, anol
Take a half year of healTh. This
year can also mean being on
Junior VarsiTy Rally or going To
a special game.
44 YW flv? n
YK.-fl LY 0,15-', V.
,nf - wa,
zgg,-1 , 'W .
. ki. I :A .
A f R.. fg 1
, u 1 " if in .4
. 'w-, v M Af Y.
Hg A in JQT-W.: W ' Q" , X
ff. 'Q ., 44 . V
,V , W . I 1, I , L.
vi: I1 A , V 334 1 .
, ll 1 jg, Q .ir L 1 41.4, H
3 Knut A',1g,f"
""Y'iW' .f"!- 1 ,q , 'f P-
1 in , .
4 vf lwvl 5 V- , A ,, A I . A s
j 'N yi: 'Mi N , ,-
' 'Wa 3 4
xt 'N I 'V' I 1
f ,L i
f . --- , 1, f 7 .
"' A 'e 1 -fi ' , gf .
, Q 1 jx S- J
I n I 1 Af, 5' . 2.39
' 'rzzz' .','. s, ' W
' qw- A. 1
mQ3zf fi i ri 91' .N
,I V: ' bf tri?
, , --
12 I at
Q . x
.ygiiy M If
f lxxx U 1
To you iuniors, this yeoir
rneons being upperclossmen.
You look forvvorol to being on
volrsity rollly, joining Noltionoil
Honor Society, being on the
Post or Almanac stoff, ond
working in the student store or
one of the offices. Moybe you
ore oble to drive cours to school,
ioin the Junior Symphony or
work os cn Coinoly Striper. All of
you juniors look forvvoircl to
oicquiring closs pins this yeoir,
oinol, of course, to olttenoling the
hhgm - 4
YT twyiwmrifiwilifiil -WWW' lx'
L. - mls.. my
. . . 301' llesterday is hu! 11 Dream,
As seniors, you have The besT
vievv of all. You see all Tour
years ThaT have rushed by so
quickly, remembering all The
plays, TooTball games, olances,
TesTs, homework assignmenTs
anol crowded assemblies. You
remember all The Tears and
laughfer, all The failures and
- .' 'l
S5 ,f'W"e'f- f
l-V111 ' T '5'f'3.'
1 ... -
-le e'f1f?'l:'iIe"l'l?24'l 'Q fe
'ivy Vi' 8 if-W '- 9
xt. 4 :Q 3, 5411 N 'V no is 1
T?'1f:51' 922' f r-'Tiff 5312 lnwafy V
F I 'J W -:Li suv SNP?
4' :f .3 A fx' '
FRANKLIN HICH SCHOOL i
You seniors olso look To The
fulure, onficipotihg business
Troihihg, college boorols, schol-
orships, eollege omol iolo oppli-
colfiohs, The Senior Prom, grolol-
, U: ,, f f
" " il 7 'U 'HJ ,V " I
-f Y 'n --Q .. KM. ,
. . . Hat Caddy Well lived makes every Ifeslerday a Dream af Happiness. . .
1" ,J it
F ' W' ':
- A Xfg
.,.4e!f"""" .L.,, 2 "- 1'
" . 195m
-fi AW , Af
,Cook Well llfercforc la tins Day. mm zxffsmkfff
I N D E X
Pham by David ialrancr
We W W
vi 6 M
lfoek ie this Day! .
4714 its brief eeurse lie all I
Verifies and Realities .
WhaT will happen To PIL aThIeTics This
year? VVhaT programs will have To be cuT
from The agenda This year? Will we lose
all exfracurricular acTiviTies complefely?
I-low much money will we have To use
for The school anol iTs acTiviTies? These
are iusT a few of The hundreds of ques-
Tions which raced Through The minds of
our principal, Nlr. ArThur L. WesTcoTT,
afTer The school levy failed for a second
Time. By mid-SepTember Mr, WescoTT
found ThaT The year was filled wiTh more
acTiviTies Than had been originally ex-
pecTed, and school was somewhaT nor-
mal. ln addiTion To being Franklin's
principal, he is head of The Teacher's
Conference CommiTTee and is also presi-
denT of The PorTIand High School Prin-
AnoTher of our adminisTraTors, Mr.
Donald I-lolT, assumed new and doubled
dufies This year as Vice-Principal in
charge of boys and girls. LasT year he
was responsible only for The boys, buf
due To Miss GranT's reTiremenT he has
become responsible for discipline and
aTTendance of all 2346 sTudenTs, STudenT
council, school finances, and The aThIeTic
program are under his supervision.
Mr. Jack King, curriculum Vice-Prin-
cipal, had ci cIifficuIT Time This year sche-
duling The Tremendous influx of fresh-
men. The limiTed amounT of space made
iT increasingly hard To schedule sTudenTs
an-d, in facT, some even had To be Turned
away To register ar neighboring schools.
MR. ARTHUR L. WESTCOTT, PRINCIPAL
Mr. WesTcoTT and Mr. Pulliam share joke aT coffee urn
Mr. Jock King
"Next," cclils Mr. Holt.
Mr. King checks enrollment in language classes.
Mr. Donald Holi
Art Department Stresses
Ranging from general art to interior
design, many different aspects of the
art field are offered to students at
ln art general, students experiment
with medias of oil paint, tempera, water
color, charcoal and pencil. Many differ-
ent fields are emphasized in art metal
and textile weaving classes. Interior de-
sign classes focus on one and two per-
spective room designs and furniture
periods. Commercial art classes stress
advertising layouts and production proc-
esses. Art staff gives students who have
the consent of their previous instructor
a chance to apply their knowledge by
creating posters, banners and signs for
the school. For the college-bound student
without previous art experience, an art
understanding course is offered. The stu-
dents study paintings by the masters,
sculptures, architecture and art in our
ry ,ibm rx
Miss Helen Boelts Mr. Jerry Bosco
Linda Hunter works on an art proiect.
lFirst Rowl: Mr. Bosco, Elaine
Schibel, Debbie Moffat, Jan
Speciale, Christy Ito. ISecond
Rowl: Gary Kyle, John Mather,
Mike Neuse, Diane Colvin,
Sheila Hildebran, Linda Fill-
man. lThird Rowl: Randy Road-
ruck, Alan Winegarden, Joe
Mike Neuse develops skill on The pottery wheel.
Gary Kyle puts finishing iouches on orf proiect.
Jon Speciale and Christy lto Work on Q p
Miss Mory Driscoll Miss Merilee Sommer Mr.Yosl1inolou Teroclo
Art Ari Ari
Business Eolucofion Enriches
Students Clerical Knowledge
k-.: Q t
W f i V. ,A s.
Aimee Von Arsdoll ond, Susie Dolrymple use typing workbook.
Q, "' 'Xv:f"""'
X..... ,V -'S
l '1f1fs--- -M' Joan Simmons races through typing speed test.
or ,,f-, f ---- :W
- J.-v" .
9 ,--- Ji' I
Judy Fozzolori demonstrates correct way to compute o tcx. Toni Molsey frowns ot ccxmero after using wrong row of keys.
Mr. Gerald Eurich Mr. Howard Grogan L 5 X T- it My
Business Business , , , b
' Gail Becker and Chris Cave practice calculating taxes.
Mrs. Enid Hall Mrs. Ellen Jenkins
For those students interested in a
usiness career, a Wide variety of
ourses is open.
Typing heads the list, with briefhand
close second for those preparing for
ollege. More advanced courses cover
ne to four years in sequence. Those
ubiects include bookkeeping, in which
e fundamentals of office machines are
ught. The general business series
arts with general business and first
ear typing and ranges to advanced
ping, shorthand and bookkeeping.
Students with a background in ad-
anced office practice may apply for a
urse called work experience, in which
udents are excused early to work in
cal business offices.
Still other students can gain valuable
perience by working in the various
ffices around the school.
Mrs. Mary Jean Nyland Miss Corrine Senn
Mrs. Ardis Sheridan Miss Krista Ulland
Mr. Manning Advises Students
On Selection Of Colleges
Mr. James Manning
College and Vocational
Mr. James Manning is a well-known
figure around Franklin High School. He
has been college and vocational coun-
selor for many years. This year, in
addition to his already numerous duties,
he teaches two classes, a junior social
studies and a vocational class. ln his
role of college counselor, his main iob
consists of acquainting students with
various colleges by making information
about each college available to them.
Mr. Manning compiles college folders
for promising stuplents. Included in these
folders are scores on various college
tests and recommendations from teach-
ers. Using this information and talking
to the student he is better able to ad-
vise them as to which college would be
best suited to their needs. Capable stu-
dents vvho need help may apply for
scholarships through Mr. Manning. Stu-
dents who desire employment may ap-
ply to him, and he attempts to place
them or send them to business estab-
lishments where they might be alole to
lUpperl Mr. Manning browses through new college
materials. lLowerl Representative from the University
of Oregon talks to assembled seniors.
lFront Rowli Kathy Lalli, Debbie Monaco, Rea Wheeler, Gayle Stucki. lSecond Rowl: Mr. Manning Gnd Donna Hessen discuss college brochure.
Kay Johnson, Florence Kraley.
AA . I B -
lFirst Rowl: Miss Bohlen, Chairman, Mrs. Ehm, Miss Boelts, Miss McKercher, Miss Thomas, Miss Morris, Mrs, Norlin. lSecond Rowl: Mr. King, Mrs. Weed
Mr. Laughlin, Mr. Hansen, Miss Rizner, Mrs. Lindley, Mrs. Tyler, Mrs. Nonne, Miss Senn, Mr. Brewer.
Curriculum Council Considers School Problems
stralian teacher, Sister Basil Cooney, visiting Portland to observe biology procedures, sits
on Curriculum Council meeting with Miss Bohlen.
Thirteen teachers representing almost
all of the different departments in the
school, plus three parents from the com-
munity, who have children in school,
comprise the Curriculum Council. Their
iob is to discuss problems in the school's
curriculum such as new courses to be
offered and ways that established
courses can be improved. Teachers, ad-
ministrators, and students through their
parents, may bring up problems about
the curriculum. Solutions are then pro-
posed at meetings which are held every
Tuesday after school. The teachers who
belong to this group are selected by
Mr. King from a list of volunteers and
serve for a three year period. This year
the chairman of Curriculum Council is
Mr. Herman Becker Mr. Britt Davis Mrs. Jane Faurot
Combined Classes Combined Classes Combined Classes
Two ot every treshman's required
courses are English and social studies.
The classes are taught by the same
teacher in consecutive periods and are
known as combined classes.
Freshmen study grammar in Roberts
Patterns of English. They also read and
analyze such literature as Homer's Odys-
sey, Six Centuries of Great Poetry, The
Yearling, and Mid Summer Night's
The first year of study in social studies
concentrates on the history ot Africa,
Southeast Asia and Europe from the Re- Miss 'lean Foster Dr' Luglle Hill Mr' Clyde Johnson
naissonce To The 1900-S. Special em- Combined Classes Combined Classes Combined Classes
phasis is placed on the maior religions
and cultures of the world.
xv' t -
Beneath mural depicting the iourneys of Ulysses, freshmen read of the heroes adventures.
Mr. Earl Osborn
Mr. David Poiier Mr. Charles Pulliam
Combined Classes Combined Classes
Dwight Dierking pauses while giving an oral report.
H psi -. A 5
Q iii: ffl
Freshman student locates area of discussion on map.
Mrs. Robin Ross Mr. 'Melvielle Sands Mrs. Betty Waid Mr. Phil Wax
Combined Classes Combined Classes Combined Classes Acfivifies Director
Miss Dorothy Dundore
Junior and Senior Girls
Mr. Robert Jacobsen
Mr. Donald Kearns
Mrs. Moore assists Leslie Skaggs in forecasting
Mr. Nelson explains procedure used in filling out application
Counselors Play Important
Role In Forecasting
A students counselor is one of the
most important and influential people
in his high school career. His counselor
is not only concerned with the courses
he will need to prepare for his future
vocation, lout with his character develop-
ment as well. The classes that are to
be taken during the next year are dis-
cussed by the student' and his counselor
during the process of forecasting. Stu-
dents schedule individual conferences
with their counselors to talk over various
subiects suited to their interests, prob-
lems, or vocational plans. Past per-
formance, known ability, and teachers'
recommendations are used as guides in
en in hand, Mr. Kearns checks forecasting schedule.
5135:-sg:-,B f .
Mrs. Emma Moore -
Sophomore Girls' ,
if ' ' T-
Mr. Donald Nelson 1
Mrs. Helen Weed
Freshmen and Junior
Mr. Hashberger and office assistant, Lynn Olson, look over test materials
Orval Roach, Vicki King, Bonnie Lang, and Terri Smith recognize famous Doug Duncan and Bob Oswalt act out a Shakespeare play.
author by participating in Zane Gray Day.
English Classes Study Great Authors
Mrs. Doris Avshalomov Miss Faye Cornutt
The English Department offers com-
prehensive courses for students during
their four years at Franklin. Since Eng'
lish is a required suloiect for everyone
different phases of English are coverecl
through the successive courses.
The department strives to help stu-
dents master their skills of self-exprese
sion. This comes through proper spellin
and grammatical sentence constructio
and the skillful analysis of literatur
helps the student improve his Englisa
continually, both orally and in writing
Furthermore, the student studies se
lected essays, short stories, and poetry
thus familiarizing the .student with im-
portant authors and styles and the ca'
pacity to recognize plot and theme
Many great and well known Britislf
authors of the l9th and early 20th cen
turies are studied.
Miss Trudy J0hnS0r1 Mr. Peter Lackaff Mrs. Thelma Landes Mrs. Marilyn Lindgren Mr. Joseph Maloney
En9ll5l'l English English English English
Glenda Connell, Michele Harvey, Bruce Heath, and Beverly Stahl acquaint themselves with Mr. Wheeler and Ann Wolfe demonstrate the
famous titles. Mlmlel-
Besides these types ot literature, sev-
ral great novels are considered over
he tour years ot English. Also included
in the English program at Franklin this
year was a course open only to seniors
-studying the works of Shakespeare. This
-course substitutes tor the senior A
Brown shoots-it-up in Zane Gray celebration. Michele Harvey and Glenda Connell examine Mrs. Norlin recommends author to Beverly
- 3, ' EX I?
1 , Q I. A g ,gfjfj jffiiffff- gg I
Miss Cecil Mcliergher Mrs. Miriam Puckett Miss LaRhette Swann Miss Elizabeth Thomas Mr. Ehrick Wheeler
English English English English English
One Act Plays Featured
By Franklin High Drama
Dramatics and forensics are among
the elective English courses available.
Beginning dramatics courses focus on
the basics of acting which include in-
struction in pantomime, voice and char-
acterization. Much of the learning is
from direct class acting to help the stu-
dent gain the greatest possible amount
of knowledge. More advanced theater
arts training is offered which concen-
Mr. Gary Clark Mr. Gary Kaiser
trates on historical development and
Forensics in the beginning courses,
works to improve the skills of the or-
ganization and expression of ideas. Be-
sides the first year speech course, above
average students can, during the sopho-
more year, take a pilot English class
which includes two days a week of
speech analysis. In the more advanced
classes of speech, the principles of de-
bate are taught and participation in
speaking contests is encouraged,
Audience views Pam Beck in one act plays.
Beth Graham slams suitcase lid . . .
waking witn a start Phyllis Weaver
Miss Dorothy Morris
f . '.':"- Qriifkfiifgffitfiw 'fitii?xifri5e1211i.ffl5.fi5g55.:sig
. - ,ig-,Q , -.,,--,.'ffg5ggy.s .-
V 1 1. Q
xl A F
'ta f' .
Mrs.Gwyndolyn Young Mrs. Eleanor Norlin Mrs, Mariorie
Effective Reading Head Librarian Christiansen
Library Offers Resources To Academic Quakers
Another elective offered by the English
is a semester course in ef-
reading. It is provided for those
who wish to expand their read-
comprehension and speed, especially
going onto college.
Franklin educates many foreign stu-
each year who have moved to
is country, but cannot speak or under-
3 the English in varying degrees.
ecause of their need to communicate,
n English 'Language Development
ourse is offered them.
The program also is designed to in-
clude familiarization to the students of
the American culture. Most of the em-
phasis is on developing the student's
ability to speak and understand English,
but structural knowledge is also taught.
For all interested sophomores, iuniors,
and seniors, a course in library training
is offered. Among the things taught for
the future librarians are shelving, index-
ing and work with periodicals. Often this
training, which also counts as one elec-
tive credit towards graduation, leads the
student to iobs in the branches of the
Bill Purdom uses library resources
lFront Rowl: LeNae Clark, Debbie Monaco, Wyla Tatrnan, Jana Stone, T, Osborn. lSecond Rowl: 'Barbara Keltner uses magazine ar-
Denise Laiimodiere, Kathy Draper, Kathryn Klenke, Janice Peters. lThird Rowl: Linda Niironen, Becky ticles for reference
Ewers, Linda Clark, Elena Sipp, Margaret McGowan.
I AVCA 'AtA1 . A A i
Mary Louise Ott, Editor, puzzles over
Out Of State
Franklin High School's yearbook The
Almanac is put out by a staff of 20 who
meet in room T69 seventh period, The
staff consists of select juniors and sen-
iors who are interested in publications.
This year instead of publishing the
book in town, the staff voted to send
the book to California to have it printed.
The staff members have to schedule
pictures, order prints, write copy and
plan page layouts. This year, however,
the staff members do not have to pre-
pare the pages for the lithographer,
this part being taken care of at the
publishers. The staff also votes on the
colors to be used on the book and a
design for the cover, hoping to please
the student body.
36 T x
arlene lkeda concentrates on typing. Dana Zink and Mary Ott celebrate.
Susie Deems and Judy Bigoni plan layouts.
Arlene Richford, center, helps Don Hildebrand and Terrea Bennett complete a page.
Dennis Blanchard uses dictionary to correct spelling error.
Steve Massie assists Kathie Ross in planning page layout.
Michele Vulgaris lcenterl, helps Jolene Schuett and Pat Nemgar with
Ron Lewis, Margaret McGowan and Ross Morehouse sort underclassmens
X . Y.
is l ,l
Dana Zink pauses for photographers. Susan Harding balances her account books. Barbara Ehrig identifies senior pictures,
As a prerequisite for taking a begin-
ning course in journalism, a student has
to have a good deal of interest in writ-
ing. It is offered as one of the special
elective English courses at Franklin. Bothl
beginning and advanced journalism
classes are provided frequent films, field
trips and guest speakers add variety to
the learning situation.
By completing a beginning iournalism
course successfully, a student is eligible
to work on the Post staff. Included on
the Post staff are the editor, a photog-
rapher, a cartoonist, reporters, a business
manager, and a typist.
Almost all aspects of newspaper pro-
duction are experienced by the members
of the Post staff, who work under the
instruction and guidance of -Mr. Geoff'
. .af g
Rust: Morrison Leanna Wood and Debbie Mundorff discuss headlines Sue Johnson decides on size of headline,
Pam Loprlnzi and Greg Wolleck discuss news story Cindy Schenkenberger and Linda Cochran check copy before typing.
Mr. Geoffrey Cole
. Q A
Q 5 . .
I N M... ,
. V I -.,
' ss."--..,N:-.f ,is
so " t Qi Egg, .X
, MW- 1:,'5L, ' r ' -harp,
, 9ll:n"T.e:gfE "':7"f 8 ' ' ,, ' -
,,,,,,,. over rival school's paper. lbelowl
Janelle Barnes puts finishing touches on story.
-ff, t 1 .QQW4
1 ., i A...-
Larry Smith receives help from Dan Keefer. labovel Nancy Stoutenberg and Sylvia Ullman look
s - . ' , 1 '
Mark Swain and Deryl Hudson, fall editor, debate length of headline. Jane Smith writes news story.
Sfudy Of Cusfoms And Culfures
Supplemenfs Foreign Language Courses
Jim Wirick, Josie Feammelli, and Kris Gniewosz celebrate successful play.
Ah, the privileges of Ath
Jeff Furnish and Perry Hines relax during French.
WiTh each new sTride in our modern,
advancing Technology, The naTions of The
world are drawn closer TogeTher, Com-
municafions have increased our need To
undersfanol The neighbors, noT only nexT
door louT around The world. Thus, it be-
comes essenTial for mosf of Today's
students To become proficient in more
Than one language.
Our own Foreign Language Deparf-
ment offers four-year sequences in Ger-
man, Russian, French, and Spanish, and
a Two-year sequence of Latin. IT is
equipped wiTh an efficienT language
Besides The language itself, The facul-
Ty recognizes ThaT knowledge of The
culTure and cusToms of ThaT country is
imporTanT, is helpful To The sTudenTs, and
makes The courses more beneficial and
Some members of The faculty have
Traveled extensively in The counfries
where The language which They Teach
Frank Demagalski concentrates in language lab.
'Nw Valerie 'Holmes, Josie Feammelli, Michele Vulgaris, Kris Gniewosz, Jim
Wirick attend 4th year French class.
I Miss Grant attempts to break Mexican pinata. Deryl Hudson misleads Spanish student teacher to pinota.
ol, 64f"f1'72f'.4cz2vl 5054"
JM 'A 2.444-
iss Katlwyrn Horvafh Miss Dorothy Grant Mr. Ruben Maier Mr. Denzil Walton Miss Susan Wohld
oreign Language Foreign Lgngugge Foreign Language Foreign Language Foreign Language
,JUN 5 N
K K Yigifgihg,
I S W
S 'W W vm
Claudia Blake exhibits sewing skills.
lTopl: Jane Loprinzi measures width of material.
Bottoml: Diane Guy handsiiicnes o hem.
iw,,' 2' A '
1 S. Rx
Debbie Hall removes basting from blouse
,, ,. ..,, . :qi X . mm ,,,
. ,R ini ni .
53' mans i 7' i
A h e Qii I L 9
, sQs.JA 3 slii- it
Home economics dass discusses reading material.
, , ., Miss Linda Stanwood
G .p lo t ig Home Economics
'fy K 'lf- . K i j ' , X- ,ff
'Ns .s . ' ,fig
I - 1. '
S ffx' lk 1
Vliss Gladys Rizner
Vlrs. Ruby Sewright
Pam Stady and Chris Carr practice good hygiene in home economics class.
epartmentChairman Home Economics Prepares Girls For The Future
Shelley Grimm and Norma Kubel learn fundamentals of dress making.
Home economics courses are ideal for
preparing a young lady for her future
as a home maker. She gains knowledge
in child care, management of finances,
decorating and designing, home dec-
oration, and a unit onmtood and nutri-
The basics ot cooking, clothing and
lite with a tamily are learned during
her freshman year. During the sopho-
more and iunior years these topics are
gone into more.deeply and each project
an increasing challenge. As
a senior student she studies home man-
marriage and subjects ot im-
to family life. This prepares
her tor the world that is waiting tor her
atter her graduation from high school.
Whether she becomes a dietician, dental
assistant, housewife, nurse, or a career
woman, each girl will find a home
economics course very rewarding.
Industrial Arts Projects Displayed At Fine Arts Festival
Art Frohwerk adiusts picture on closed circuit camera.
Shop facilities give Franklin students
an opportunity to gain up-to-date iob
skills. An increased demand for skilled
workers gives students with the right
Training and knowledge unique oppor-
tunities for immediate employment.
Drafting, electronics, vvoodshop, and
metal shop are the courses offered to
the freshmen. lf combined, these courses
can be put to good use paving the way
for future creative efforts.
The Almanac and Past staffs often
make use of pictures taken by students
in photography class. In this course stu-
dents learn the proper ways to handle
a camera, and how to develop and
Each year, Franklin has a Fine Arts
Festival in which many industrial arts
students display interesting items they
have made. Among these are go-karts,
tables, lamps, stereo sets, doodle-bug
frames, and cabinets.
Welding pieces of iewelry requires delicate skill and technical know-how. Wood shop student uses drill press on his proiect.
Mr. William Irgens Mr. Bruce Fleming
Industrial Arts Industrial Arts
Mr. Thomas Parr Mr. Francis Savage
Industrial Arts Industrial Arts
Frank Solari smoothes rough edges with grinder.
Soldering iron poised, Jim Eveland secures connection.
School Photographers lFirst rowl: Don McEnany, Jerryi Daniels, Ron Roherti, John
Savory. ISecond rowl: Cliff Nail, Dan Zimmerman, Steve Woodhouse.
Intermediate Algebra Added To List Of
Mathematics Courses Offered At Franklin
0, VEII . si
y , ..-5. E
tenses?--' 4 - -
as Ms.,,.. ' --
Mr. Hansen explains use of functions to 2nd year algebra
John Gallucci and John Cavagna show proofs to class.
The Mathematics Department offers
many varied courses to the students of
Franklin. One year of mathematics is
required by the state and can be easily
fulfilled during the freshman year
taking general mathematics. First
algebra, geometry, lfor those who l
had algebra in 8th gradel, and a
tively new course, MIA l-2 which is
sequence covering MA i-2 and MG l
in three years, instead of the no
two, are offered.
For the students who pursue hi
mathematics, courses are avail
which include trigonometry and mc
matical induction. In these more
plicated courses, the student learns
apply various principles of logic, and
taught to think from an abstract I
of view about the complicated as:
ments, tests, and class discuss
Through these techniques, they
understand and explain difficult F
lems which become applicable on
iob in today's highly advanced tec
Jay Thomas helps Leona Tinclay to complete
cult geometry proof.
Mr. Richard Mabry Justin Hagglund Mr. Paul Hansen
Sflfdems HQUVE Proof- Leona Tinclay rieviews important geometry theorems
Mr. Edward Johns Miss Kathryn Knotts Mr. Gorden McEwen Mr. Fred Willis
Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics
Quakers Sing Out
In Major Choirs and
Part of the Franklin music department
is devoted to the development of vocal
music. Franklin is proud of its choirs,
"A" Choir, "B" Choir, and Girls' Choir
which are under the direction of Mr.
Peery and Mr. Brewer.
Besides these, there are various other
small groups comprised of outstanding
members chosen by the directors. These
include Madrigals, Highlights, Starlight-
ers, and lntonations.
Freshmen may choose to participate
in freshman girls' glee clulo or the fresh-
man laoys' glee club. In their sophomore
Yeorf they may Conllnue with muslc Gnd MADRIGALS: lFront Rowl: Marji Henschel, Charlotte Rickard, Susan Brown,
they be plgced in "A" or "B" Choir Baker. lSecond Rowl: Delia Bacon, Kathy Gray, Donna Wolff, Karen Burrow.
bl Rowl: Lee Trautman, Leon Hawkins, Allen Grant. lFourth Rowl: Bill McClane,
or on ensem e' Moore, Jim Wirick, Jim Owen, Dave Gardner.
iFirst Rowl: Susan Brolliar, Jean Simmons, Judy Kocher, Joan Simmons, Mary Buker, Susan Itami, Linda Crowell, Diane Hillard, Jo Ellen Morgan,
Rickard, Susan Brown, Gina Baker. lSecond Rowlt Marii Henschel, Jennifer Nelson, Karen Bergeron, Nancy Lofstedt, Kathleen Pearson, Sandy Bacon,
Woodruff, Jean Spurlock, Karen Burrow, LesLee Adams, Linda Draper. lThird Rawls Lynn Jewell, Sylvia Hillesland, Margaret McGowan, Kathy Gray
Peck, Sally Warner, Elena Sipp, LeNae Glenn, Delia Bacon, Diane Willis, Donna Wolff, Trudy Walter.
. l J
2 Nav l
MV. JOl'1H-peefy lNTONATlONS: lBack Rowl: Martha Ueness, Sue Miller, Kay Crewse, Cathy Miller, Kati Warner, Kathy
MUSIC Jensen, Bonita Fredrickson. iSeatedl: Debbie Mealey, Toni Malsey, Melissa Dolyniok.
Mr. John Brewer
4 - L , A A 3
First Rowl1 Lonnie Kelley, Joy Wilson, Chris Hummel, Kathy Wilson, Gail Berry, Pam Braukmiller, Martha Ueuess, Carolyn Coppernoll, Linda l-lauskins.
econcl Rowl: Penny Wilson, Bobbie Draper, Elaine Seaberg, Kay Crewse, Sue Miller, Carol Brown, Sharolyn Bowman, Vicki Scales, Bonita Freclrickson,
athy Siegner. llhird Rowl: Melissa Dolyniuk, Lori Smith, Lynn Tesdal, Kathy Jensen, Cathy Miller, Bev Bonner, Kathy Schmorl, Lynn Smith, Kati Warner,
aomi Choate, Debbie Brown, Jurine Burgard, lFourth Rowl: Tina Eaton, Jane Smith, El Rae Sadring, Debbie Mealey, Lela Liermo, Connie Klatt, Patty
urgett, Manle Whelchel, Janis Pearson, Lynn Bruner, Toni Malsey, Linda Jordan. lFifth Rowl: Pat Lal-lae, Vicki Mailer, Jane Linclentath, Mrnda Bales,
laudia Fuller, Wendy Daniels, Patty Hamlin, Debbie Stricklan, Jayne Scott, Linda Bennett, Debbie Bishop, Pat Wolfe, Suzette Nonne, iSrxtlr Rowl: Bill
cClane, Greg Orivis, Greg Grandy, John Lukrotka, David Price, Steve Mark, Dave Gafdner, Larry Moore, Dave McFall, Dan Taylor, Neal Orson, Lee
rautman. lBack Rowl: Joy Thomas, Dennis Monner, Jim Poppino, Bill Piland, Mike Pond, Jim Owcns, Roger Moore, Dave Buell, Loran Hamer, Jerry
ingham, Don Lively, Ken Palmor.
Mr. George Pancheau
Franklin Music Department Music
Participates In Exchange ,135
Trip With Redmond High
School Music Department
fi i E li 'J
lFronr Rowl: Barbara Workman, Diana Des Brisay, Barbara Copko, Katy Warner, Marilyn Eide, Joane Lundgren, John Lundgren, Judy Johnson, Virginia
Murphy, and Mary Gorsling. lSecond Rowl: Ardelle Jacobson, Rebecca Mohr, Ray Hoyt, Kay Johnston, Lori Lindi, James Wirick, Linda Phillips, Ronda
Hunnel, Lynn Swann, Barbara Johnson, Debbie Donnell, Tom Gauche. lThird Rawls Jeanette Munger, Ruth Payne, Glenda Magel, Larry' Ruddell, Philip
Baldino, Susan ltami, Claudia Bradt, Sylvia Hillesland, Sally Warner, Margi Harrington, Dick Lytle, George Hill, John Ball, Mike McDow, Dean Taylor,
Marshall Short, Mark Wyatt. lBack Rowl: Mr. G. E Pancheu, Linda Bennett, Chieko Takagi, David Fast, Jack Ellis, Roy Bennett, Ken Hall.
Rebecca Mohr concentrates on her music, Ardele Jacobson and Kati Warner play a difficult piece on
Lee Troutman and Dave Gardner examine first bars ofa sang. Kathy Gray and Kathy Garrett sight read new piece of music.
Senior girls' ensemble practice their parts during after-school rehearsal.
su t 5 . c ' e
, 4 5-cz: -1:59 , if r
K Ji ,ii ,, J A , 4
'12 'K .. . '
' j r e e r an s
9 , i I ct,c i e i
." if , J 1
' ' r at 1
r. - r 'r f
r... ll P i - V c ' lf 'l
- A 'K .. nu' .e ,- A .
Kathy Pearson, Dana Zink, Sally Warner, Evelyn Lushenko, Janet Hartzell, Virginia Tyler, Donna Hesson, Leslie Schreiber, Sylvia Hillesland.
ul- nun xl
lSeatedl: Beth Graham, Peggy Seigle, Terry Coons. lSTandingJ: Lynn Jewell, Karen
Oxford, Suzie Brolliar,
Girls Ensembles Pracfice And Per
Larry Ruddell listens d-uring explanation of a new number,
Bergeron, Leslee Adams, Nancy Lofsfedf, Mariori Henschel,
Mary Gorsling adiusrs cello before orchestra
lFirst Rowl: Annette Walker, Diane Cote, Naomi Choate, Debbie Dunlop, Rhonda Hunnell, JoAnn Fouts, Dorcas Taylor, Ann Bennett, Scott Hill, Mr. Pancheau.
lSecond Rowl: Phil Baldino, Dorothy Roley, Sue ltami, Seve Miller. lThird Rowl: Cliff Lewis, Pam Roylance, Debbie Lohenes, Ann Larson, Karen Schreiner,
Tessie Meyers, Ina Weissenbuehler, Alan Anderson, Sylvia Hillesland, Sally Warner, lFourth Rowl: Chris Ball, Doug Gillies, Ed Roley, Kim Ralplis, Linda
Ruthruff, Norma Westerfield, LaVeta Laws, Rick Sauer. lFifth Rowl: Marshall Short, Dean Taylor, John Bell, Mark Wyett, Bev Bonner, Maigi Harrington,
Richard Schiele, George Hill, Frank Conner, lSixth Rowl: Ken Hall, Dick Garvin, Steve Hofer, David Dirnoff, Morris Funk, Dick Lytle, Dave Bell, Steve Jewell,
Dale Bowen, lSeventh Rowlf Don Taylor, Gordon St. Marie, Robyn Tinner, Emory Bonner, Mike Rankin, Mike McDow, Russ Shennon, Jack Ellis, Roy Ruddell,
Mike Parker, Steve Comella, Paul Vandehey, Lerrid Clow, Randy Oxford, Cliff Nail,
Wende Brown, Larry Rucldell and Susan Bennett posed by Benii.
ln the field of music anyone who has
' the desire to play an instrument in
QV ' V either the band or orchestra, will find
K if many opportunities for experience and
to training. lndividual help is available
for those who need it. Large numbers--
of students can participate in the instru-
mental department, In the orchestra, for
example, there is a 34-piece string sec-
tion, with a complement of brass and
woodwind instruments in addition.
Students who are interested and who
also enjoy attending Franklin's football
and basketball games may become
members of the school band. Beside
the games, the Rose Festival Parade, the
Fairy Tale Parade, and the All-City Band
Festival are among the other activities
in which the band takes part.
Girl's P.E. class learns fundamentals of guarding and shooting,
Mr. Walter Buckievvicz MVS- -l059Pl'lme Elm'
Physicgl Educoigor-, Physical Education I .
Department Chairman ln order to meet graduation require-
Mr Hmold Ellmers Mr. Gow Jockson ments, a year and a half ot physical ed-
physiml Education physical Educmion ucation must be taken and passed by
each student. A semester of health is
also required. Such subjects as smoking
and alcoholism and their dangers, me-
chanics of the human body, and a unit
on driver education, are covered in
Physical education classes tor fresh-
men and sophomores help these students
learn sports such as basketball, soccer,
baseball, and football, In the freshman
classes, boys and girls are combined and
taught dancing, from traditional square
dances to modern steps. During the
warmer season, track and baseball are
Linda Bennett dribbles past opposing guard.
Paul Herman watches as opponent shoots. lRightl1 Steve Roos demonstrates
used in calisthenics.
Doug Patterson prepares to pass as Greg Laws and Mike Shatter look on.
3. .s ,V-Ai K
K A, t.-,.,. V.
Miss Beryl Piper
Miss Joanne Marini
Miss Patricia Vaughn Mr. James Winters
Ernesto lnclan uses model of heart to explain functions
w. W, ,
Miss Ann Bohlen Mr. Ronald Calhoun
For New Frontiers
" ' SRA
Steve Grove and Bob Allenbrand setup ripple tank.
After using scales, Linda Clark completes cal-
Mr. Leonard Gehrke Mr. John Neeley Mr. Ddrio Rachio
Science Science Science
Steve Grove, John Cavagna, and Rudy Casciato observe wave patterns in ripple tank.
it Q 5 :.,,,,c
LX f X 1-.. l D
Mr. Carlton Richter Mrs. Myra Rose X 4
Science Science ,Q
Q lift . 5,
There are many different science
ourses offered at Franklin for both the
ollege-bound student and students de-
iring only a basic knowledge of science.
Each student must complete one year
f science for graduation requirements.
reshmen may take a general science
ourse. This is designed to give a basic
ackground. First year and second year
iology are offered for those students
ho desire a more extensive knowl-
dge. Chemistry and physics are avail-
ble to students who have a science and
ath background. A physical science is
ffered to those students who do not
ave a math background, but who ole-
re another science credit. Science
minar is offered to those students who
ave completed biology, physics, and
emistry by their senior year and who
esire another year of science.
s ,A 1 gi
0' , , 1
K s 5? ffff 'l it
Jim Ross and Lauri Boone prepare for chemistry experiment.
Q, .... .
I i ,
Mr. Leonard Scheele Mr. Joseph Sklenicka Mr. John Sweo
Science Science Science
USing the microscope, Doug Blair is better able
lAbovel: Roger Carter uses gram scale to weigh out small amount of chemical lBelowl Above Kevin Jones studies intently the patterns prc
Diane Oetinger and Marilyn Bowen do required experiment in plant block In a ripple tank lBelowl Mary Huffaker focuses micrc
Mr. Mike Miller
Gary Edwards prepares seed bed.
Horticulture Offered To Students
H.,.,.C.,.,.,,e Interested In Gardening
A greenhouse for a classroom? Yes,
for those 21 fortunate Franklin boys
who are enrolled in the unique horti-
culture class which is offered at Frank-
lin and other surrounding high schools.
The class holds lab and lecture sessions
in a greenhouse on S.E, 72nd Avenue.
The course is especially useful to
students vvho plan to go into nursery or
florist Work, or who are interested in
learning more about the cultivation of
plants. Due to small numbers of stu-
dents in the class, each student is better
able to obtain more individual assist-
ance. Some of the senior boys who are
enrolled in this class have already been
placed in iobs at a wholesale nursery,
a florist's or in landscape construction.
Junior boys stay at the greenhouse for
the full year's instruction, and those re-
turning to the class next year will be
placed in a iob.
Plants, bouquets, or arrangements
found from time to time in the office
or in classrooms are products of the
horticulture class. Students and faculty
enioy them for a time, care for them,
and then find them replaced.
.. I K
Harry Blane trims begonia plant. Don Watts works on machinery in horticulture class
Sfudenis Become Well Versed On
Currenf Affairs Through Social Sfudies
. A .1 ix' ,
Surprised by presence of camera, Jay Burkenbine
Through social sTudies, The sTudenT
learns abouT The culTural world around
him and becomes well-versed in hisTory.
STudenTs' are required To Take -Three
courses of social sTudies, but They may
elecT To Take more if They desire.
ln The freshman and iunior year The
emphasis of learning is on hisTory. This
includes a Wide range oT ancienT hisTory
up inTo Tairly recenT Times. The junior
year is devoTed especially To The sTudy
of American hisTory and sTudenTs make
an inTensive sTudy OT The ConsTiTuTion.
Some presenT problems of socieTy are
The senior year's sTudies are focused
on poliTical science, sociology, econom-
ics, and inTemaTional reIaTions.
From These sTudies, The sTudenT
emerges wifh a well rounded under-
sTanding of The world abouT him in
which he is preparing To become a
producTive citizen. Because of The Train-
ing received sTudying poliTics, econom-
ics, and hisTory, The sTudenT can speak
compeTenTly abouT and discuss inTel-
ligenTly The problems facing Today's
The elecTives open To sTudenTs are
geography, European hisTory, and his-
' .' 'ff V . r i Q lg,
M W in .
E " fi, '
pauses from studies.
Tory of The U.S.S,R. OuTsTanding sTu-
denTs may parTicipaTe in EE social sTudies
classes which place more emphasis on
.ludy Bigoni studies while Nancy Lutz and Kathy Moffitt participaTe in class discussion.
Mr. James McKee
Mr. Jack Burri
Miss Thelma Collins
Mrs. Maxine CriTes
Mr. Gilbert Erlandson
Mr. Marvin Flitcroft
Mr. Richard Laughlin
Mr. Marlin McComb
Q- 5 L
, L .1 ., X
George Teeny and Jay Greeg work together on American Problems
Judy Oliverio, John Struble, and Sharon Willirriont concentrate on different aspects of modern American
Paul Taylor and Bill Todd review recent material on racial strife.
Future Teachers Enjoyed Responsibilities
While Testing Goals
Grade school student listens as Terry Craylon Naylor assists grateful youngster with
Malsey explains solution. her scarf.
This is the first time that the Student
Assistants Program has ever been put
into action at Franklin High School. The
program had its beginning at South
Salem High School five years ago and
has been going on there ever since. In
this course, given at Franklin under the
supervision of Mrs. Maxine Crites, the
student assistants are seniors who have
expressed an interest in teaching and
have proved themselves capable in a
wide area of subjects. Before signing up,
they hold a conference with their coun-
selors, who, if they feel the students are
qualified make recommendations
them. One half of the year will be s
at the elementary level, and the other
half will be spent at the high school
The course begins with an orienta-
tion period in the classroom of the su-
pervising teacher for two to three weeks.
During this time the students are given
background knowledge in teaching
prepare them for work in the schools.
Speakers are invited to give talks, and
visits are made to schools for disad-
vantaged children, and to the Adminis-
tration Building. The students read and
have discussions on child growth and
When placed in the schools, the stu
dents will work a five day week begin-
ning each day at 2:15 P.M. Full credit is
received for this assistant work.
Mrs. Crites checks evaluations received from super- Craylon Naylor buttons coat on Richmond girl.
lFront Rowl: Patty Smith, Janice Guinta, Susan Roth, Marlene Fastelin, Kathy Hausch. lSecond Rowl: Pat Beck, Tina Eaton, Debbie Mealey,
Crisanaz, Diane Carlson, Jean Spurlock. IBack Rowl: Karen Lovlein, Mary Grauer, Donna Hopkins, Kathy Dockstader, Beth Grahame, Donna Stickles
Students Assist Mrs. Miller And Mrs. Peden
lFront Rowl: Mrs, Pedenf Claude Des Georges, Mike Giandomenico, John Lukrofka, Jim Hill, Charlie Seibold. lSecond Rowl: Judy Kocher, Terrea B
Karen Brown, Carol Manti, Trudy Walter, Lyn Washam, Gail Rehder, Tina Olson, Carol Tanory, Marilyn Eide. lBack Rowl: Brenda Finnerty, Kathy T
Susie Harding, Barbara Ports, Frances Camacho, Vicki Holstine, Anita Brauckmiller, Lynn Srnith.
Mrs. Lorraine Miller 'fs 14
Head Secretary Ti
Mrs. Christine Putnam
Assistant Secretary ""'7 2
Mrs. Rose McKnight
Counseling Secretary 1
,. A' . . .
MAIN OFFICE: Mrs. Miller, Susie Deems, Susan Salladay, Barbara Ehrig, Mary
Gerlicker, Sue Peck, Janet Kolb, Donna Cross.
Business Clerical Assistants Gain Office Experience
Juniors and seniors are given the
opportunity to help in the various
Mrs. Lorraine Miller and Mrs. Christine
Putnam, Franklin secretaries, supervise
student secretaries who assist in answer-
ing the phone and running errands each
period. These girls are very helpful to
the secretaries and from it they gain
the experience of working in an office.
Mrs. June Peden, the attendance sec-
retary, supervises clerks who assist in
checking studants in and out, while Mr.
Holt employs the services of a boy.
In the counseling office, the students
"' assist Mrs. Rose McKnight in delivering
V conference slips, taking messages, and
typing for the counselors.
Recommended sophomore, iunior, and
senior girls are given the opportunity to
Work in the student store. They aid Mrs.
Miller by selling school supplies and
student body cards, as well as assisting
in keeping the accounts straight and
STAFF: lFront Rowl: Brenda Metteer, Carol Niparoli, Jeanne Bisennius, Laurie
Lunn Olson. lSecond Rowlf Marilyn Utz, Debbie Capparelli, Terrie Smith, Susie Alf,
Jacobsen. lBack Rowl: Gail Van de Wiele, Mrs. McKnight, Leslie Skaggs, Ann Ferrell, STUCJSYITS Work ClUr'lDQ Tltelt' study hall
First year Business Clerical Assistance
and do not receive a credit. Second year
BCA Students take it as an elective and
receive one credit. 65
lFront Rowl: Sue Miller, Glenda Greer, Mary Mitchell. lBack Rowl: Corol lFront Rowl: Vickie Childers, Kathy Goska, Ann Heirn, Patty Cooper
Field, Linda Meyer, Lindy Johnston, Julie Conner. Charlotte Richard, Sandra Dee. lBack Rowlg Susie Lang, John Boland
Leona TenClay, Mrs. Greenfield.
Students Serve In Locker Room, Bookroom, And Cafeferi
lFront Rowif Jimmy Vest, Pamela Coutun. lSecond Rowl: Dean Baisinger, Sterling Stromberg, Lindo Sessler, Diane Miller, Marilyn Rettinger, Marcia
lThird Rowlf Doug Goss, Debbra Galentine, Carol Smith, Kathy Smith, Debbra Atkinson.
, , .
t Rowl: Rhoda Hallway, Viola Vandeberg, Harine Baylie, Helen Gattsch, Edith' Phitkat, Ann Nicholas, Snow Tebeck, Gladys Dunn. lBock Rowl:
'tie Stuck, Stephanie Buffington, Wilma Sanderson, Lucille Var1Horn, Amanda Huntley, Jean Schaenheinz, Daisy lsacson, Mary' Eaton, Joyce Lowry.
Good Food, Clean Halls, Provided By Adult Staffs
lAbovel: Mr. Ed Drias
lLeftl. Mrs. Cory Beleque
Two groups of people who are seldom
recognized for their service at Franklin
are the cafeteria staff and the custodial
The custodians, who are essential in
the operation of a school, have special
duties. Among their responsibilities are
cleaning the building and keeping all
the machinery in good working order.
The cafeteria staff is kept busy pre-
paring very large, inexpensive meals
every day for hungry students. Students
and teachers should take advantage of
the cafeteria df Franklin because it is
set up to serve them at the lowest cost
possible. At Franklin, there are seventeen
ladies employed in the adult cafeteria.
Students are also given the privilege of
assisting the adult staff by helping serve
during all three lunch periods. Other stu-
dents are trained to make proper change.
, .4- rf
a 2 Q34
. - ' ' - d Ji
F R : J ff O t , Mk M Iler, M ke Goodale, Everett Anderson, Wayne Hess, Tim Dole. lMiddIe Rowsl. Kys Taylor, Darrell Howar ,
lJifr?nl:al?kWlMilSe Lanilsei Rdne Bluhienscheih, Steve Claypool, Ken Brown, Richard Murvell, Randy Hiller, Neal Orsen, Terry R. Cranston, Mike Falck, Charles
White lrearl, John Clark, Frank Cosby, Mr. B. Davis,
Mr. Britt Davis, instructor, points out
that the proiectionist's class provides an
opportunity for sophomore, iunior, and
senior boys to learn the basic functions
behind running proiectors. They have the
advantage of working with different
electronic communication machines. The
equipment used includes: sound pro-
iectors, slide projectors, overhead pro-
iectors, tape recorders, transcription
players and many other different types
of valuable equipment. The skills they
acquire can be important after gradu-
The students enrolled in this class
earn their unit of credit by showing films
in classrooms during their study hall.
Stage Crew gives the student an op-
portunity to learn the techniques in-
volved in stage productions. The class,
headed by Mr, Kaiser, constructs stage
settings for plays and assemblies. They
also construct the settings used in the
May Fete and Rose Festival ceremonies.
Special effects, created by skillful light-
ing, are also under the direction of Mr.
Kaiser and the stage crew.
Projectionists And Stage Crew
Specialize In Service
To Teachers And School
lFront Rowl: Steve Gore, Neal Orsen, Jack Smith, Joe Barbur, Sterling Stromberg. lSecond
Rowl: Willis Keeney, Dennis Howarth, Terry L. Cranston, Keith Huke, Tom Cox, Roger Moore,
Les Hoppe, Carl Morrison, Dennis Knudsen, Dave Furth.
5' 1. 1
P.T.A, Officers: lFront Rowl: Mrs. Edgar Dole, 'lst Vice-President, Mrs. Irving Wheeler, President, Mrs. Clark Austen, 2nd Vice-President lSecond Rowl Mrs
William Odbert, Treasurer, Mrs. Willard Lindley, Historian, Mrs. Lowell Sheets, Secretary.
P. T. A. And Dads' Club Assist In PIL Drive
The main proiect of the Dads' Club
as to promote the PIL Fund Drive. They
orked throughout the summer helping
o raise the money for the athletics
An Italian spaghetti dinner prepared
y the dads was held in the cafeteria
efore the Cleveland football game.
The Dads' Club also plans to sponsor
n All-City Dance in the spring.
The P.T.A. promoted the PIL Drive,
too. Throughout the summer, they pre-
pared envelopes and helped organize
the door-to-door button sale.
During the football season, the P.T.A.
worked at the concession stands selling
cottee, hot chocolate and candy to the
The P.T.A. filled necessary positions to
further school work. They assisted in the
eye testing programs, the SCAT tests and
the career conferences.
Dads' Club Officers: Warren Green, Scretary, Al Kocher, President, Don Casciato, Vice-President, Harold Jones, Treasurer
Wim Q? Mwwyyyy
X Ov Q52 '
QNG8yw09FOf'B QWWWNKDU OS W Uv
QP A ' W ef ' w"m:2JX,e fl If
yew! . K' My ' s . j
Q LEQ L N 'k n .ww
R59 4 499201591 I ,O I Egfr!
.f Z' 0' gym! JBA! 'rf'
Q , LJ V 6 f ,A
ifigiy gffil if ' W N
6 l Q: Y 'df' W B
-Q1 VE 35956 .fy N V X
, 9 y y. 1 A K , 'xx 0503 XV N ' ,550
. U5 . fqgfigym b, S9 jwjgifjisf 5
, Q V x 1 D.
EW w I ' Q? .
ggi Qi Ogbjqyxw Q Q
Fifiiiilf Q 5
M yy 5 PM M
if VW 1
w wk 35 X
ws x'f3Qi25f W fp W W M
' WP W b QW
fjwxb JW Q5
FALL SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: lTop rowl Marshall Short, Vice President, Dan Trinci, President,
Rea Wheeler, Treasurer, Kathy Kanas, Publicity Chairman, Jeanne Bisenius, Secretary. Sgt,
at Arms, Susie Deems, Elaine Soliaga, Gail Van de Weilc, Donna l-lesson, Glen Caniparolip
The Senior Class Faced Their Final Challenge
This year's tall senior class cabinet
was active in planning tor commence-
ment on May Sl and baccalaureate to
be held on May 19. The Senior Prom
chairman, Marilyn Mizote, anol the co-
chairman, Gayle Stucki, began planning
tor the prom in September, involving
much of the cabinet and committee's
time. ,Senior Movie Committee chair-
man, Mark Swain, and his co-chairman,
Jerry Jarboe, began their year-long
proiect, creating the senior movie. This
tilm, showing highlights ot the seniors'
last year in Franklin, will be viewed
during the senior assembly at the end
ot the year.
The senior cabinet served as guides
for freshmen on Orientation Day and
aided the newest class with their
ln September, work was begun
Senior Spirit Week. Throughout the
week, September l8 to 22, class cards
were validated and "Senior's are Super"
tags were sold. Aromatic pepperoni
was ottered for sale to hungry Quakers
The week was brought to a close with
the Homecoming Dance. The following
week, game tags were solol tor the game
In November a bottle drive earned
money tor the class. December was
activated by a class meeting depicting
the Dating Game, in order to stimulate
class card sales.
The Senior class cabinet discusses plans tor the upcoming Senior Week.
As Spring Senior Class President, Steve
Grove led the class through its final
term. The first function of the new spring
abinet was the planning ot the annual
enior-Faculty game. This entailed choos-
ng Senior Rally Members andthe Senior
Seniors elected Senior Mosts to honor
'hose who had the most skill in a variety
Senior girls anticipated Rose Festival
nd May Fete selections. Tradition was
ltered this year with the 'May Fete Court
eigning over the Senior Prom, and the
ose Festival court being selected by
dults not connected with the school.
inally, Seniors looked forward to their
emaining class activities, Senior Prom,
accalaureate and commencement.
SPRING SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: lTop Rowl: Carol Monti, Publicity Chairman, Joanne Lat-lue
Evelyn Lushenko, Melissa Pettingill, Linda Niiranen, Ann Heim, Judy Kocher, Sgts. at Arms
lBottom Rowl: Carol Fuglee, Secretaryg Steve Grove, President, Ray Hoyt, Vice-President
Josie Feamrnelli, Treasurer.
Capable Leaders Made Their Senior Year A Success
Steve Grove, Senior Class President, conducts cabinet meeting.
Addis, Jeanne Alderson, Geraldine Allaerf, Marianne Allenbrand, Bob
Alver, Kenneth Andrew, Rea Andyke, George Aslfikar, Ted
Reflechng On Pasf High School Experiences .
Bacon, Delia Bailey, Gene Baisinger, Dean Baker, Gina
Bgldinol Phil Bales, Minola Banfa, Nancy Barnes, Jirn
Bgrnegl Roberf Basseif, Rose Baxfer, Susie Beck, Harold
Seniors Recall Many Fond Memories.
Becker, Gail Beltz, Kathy Bennett, Royal Berry, Christine
, 7 f casa,
,'-' ' "
b K -
: -. r 5 EQ, .. 1 ,
ff ' ' ,- 'Lexi' Wie
' I 2 -fi
Berry, Yvonne Bisenius, Jeanne Blake, Claudia Blanchard, Dennis
Blumenschein, Ronald Bolder, lien Bordner, Mike Bowen, Vickie
Academics, Government, Afhlelics, Music And Drama . .
Bray, William Brown, Jane-T Brown, Rick Bruner, Margaret
., . K .. .c., xl
Bunnell, Nadine Bush, Palricia Byer, Chuck Byerg, Lloyd
Cameron, Karen Camp, Randy Canfield, Ronald Cqmpgl-Olli, Glen
Are The Elemenfs Thai Make High School Enjoyable.
Capparelli, Debbie Carnemolla, Lori Carroll, Dianna CQ,-roll, Phil
,f - .Q V
Coscioro, Rudy Covc1gno,John
Chem, Doris Chilson, Russ
Drone Des Brzsoy cmd Phul Boldmo produce their duet
Cook, Mike Coppernoll, Eloine
Crewse, Lucinolo Crisonoz, Morcelline
nclici Hooker ond Dove Thompson practice their ports for the ploy
DesBrisay, Diane DesGeorge, Claude Diclcson,Cl1risTine Dierking, Fred
Dobson, Sharon Donkin, Clwrisiine Draper, Linda Dumais, Vicki
Seniors Execufed Their Priorify During Assemblies . .
Eaion, DGVS Eaton, Robert Edwards, Gary Ellis, Jack
x 1:-55' -nga.,
-sf - L . '
.25 . '-:Le .
NW mmf " if- -
I ' -
Ellis, Mike Ellsworth, Marsha ESTGS, K'ClTl1y Evans, Joe
Faulkner, Gayle Feammelli, Josie FEHOVW, D900 FSVQUSOH, 5lWGfYl9
Sifhng In The From' Rows Of The Audlforlum.
Ferrell, Ann Fillman, Linda Finnerty, Brenda Finzel, Bob
Fisher, Hayden Flathers, Naf Foehler, Dan Foehler, Diane
FOS1er, Lawrence Frohwerk, Ari' Fuglee, Carol Fuhrer, Cher:
Seniors Vie Wiih Other Classes . .
I Lfi:g,g:wF ,.f1iV.y ,.E,?llk,k K,
, ,pf W f -
Gallucci, Ed Gallucci, John
E . ., up-5119 Q-A
Gander, Dorothy Gorrett, Katherine Gorton, Roy Geimer, Mork
George, Ted Getchell, Jerry GIWFGWOSZ, CINS Gorovvski, Gary
For The Dr. Erickson Trophy
Grcly, Kathy Gregg, JOY Griffiths, Annette Grodosky, Lindo
Gross, Bob Grove, Steve Gustafson, Curtis Guy, Diane
HGH, Ken Hall, Martha Hamar, Reese Harding, Susan
Career Conferences And College Conferences . .
Harrell, Suzy Harrington, Vieila Harrison, Glenda Hartzell, JCUWGT
fx '7 3
,EW ...f...., . , . .,
i , vu!
Hawkins, Barbara Haynes, Steve Head, Susan Hedges, Paul
Helm, Ann Heisler, Charlolle Hensley, Sfeve Hesson, Donna
Helped Seniors Decide On Fufure Plans.
High, Barbara High, Terry Hilclebran, Sheila Hillard, Diane
K Kina A
Hines, Perry HOdSOn,N0r1cy
Holsline, Vicki Hooker, Cyndic
Borboro Ports ond Dione Roylonco boord "Rosie", To ofiend "The
Howard, Linda Howard, Marilyn
Howell, Sally Hoyf, ROY
McMurray and Dan Trinci carry Bob Helfont, Granfs Student
President, To hls doom,
Jackson, Diana Jackson, Larry Jacobson, Arclelle Jarboe, Jerry
Jaflbacher, Patty Johnson, Duwana Johnson, Gary Johnson, Linola
As Seniors Apply To Colleges .
JohnsTon, Lindy Jones, Don Jones, Joe Kahn, Michael
'J ,,s1 F' '?CZZl'1"'
Kanas, Kathleen Kaski, Diane Keefer, Dan Keeney, Willis
Keller, James Kirkpatrick, Ronald Knoll, Karin Kocher, Judith
Unclerclassmen Forecasf For Nexf Year.
Koisfinen, Leon Kolibaloa, Janice Kraley, Florence Kruse, Roger
Lal-lue, JoAnn Lalli,KaTl1le-en Lambert, Douglas Lang, Sue
Langdon, Yolinda Lanning, Dan Larson, Harold Lau, James
The May Fefe Courf Reigns Over . . .
Laundreau, Billie Lee, David Lewis, Ron Lieb, STeve
Lincllwolrn, Byron Linton, Pcirnelo Little, Dorlene Lomax, Art
Lukrotl4c1,.lol1n Lusltenko, Evelyn MocDc1niels, Jomes Moloney, Pot
A Formal Assembly And The Senior Prom.
Molsey, Terry Mcinoly, Duane Manning, Dennis Marino, John
Mark, Sfeve Marlow, James Marfim, Sherry Massie, STeve
Mafher, John McBride, Moira MCClar1e, Sandra McCIer1ahan, Rom
The Seniors Who Will Graduafe . .
McCreaclie, Coleen McDovv, Mike McGowan, Margaref McKeThen, Kafhy
McMurray, Mike Medina, Jonn MeTTeer, Janice Miller, Lorraine
Miller, Shirley Mills, Parricia Milner, Sandra Mirencla, Ray
Enjoy The Lasf Of Their Youfhful Pursuifs.
Mizofe, Marilyn Moles, Leona Monner, Dennis Monroe, Derek
A l jk..
Moxley David Mullen Larry
Murphy, Virginia Naylor, Craylon
Even after four years, Seniors Evelyn Lushenko and Julie Leppa
haven'T learned To keep lheir lockers clean.
Parker, Craig Parks, Nancy Pafferson, Lauri Payne, Ruin
Pearson, KaThy Peck, Sue Peters, Mark Peftengill, Melissa
Seniors Look Forward To Their
Final High School Acfivifies . .
Piretfi, Janis Poolony, Milaola Pond, Michael Poppino, Diane
4.5 T' --r 's'
'W RW' 'ar w 62'
Ports, Barbara Purdurn, Bill Rasmussen, Glenn Reisloeck, Judy
Renish, Sieve Richforol, Arlene Roadruck, Randy Roloerti, Ronald
Senior Prom, Baccalaureafe And Commencemenf.
Roberts, Kathie Robineff, Maria Roloinson, Rick Rose, Lowell
ff-11' A l
Ross, Corolyn Ross, Connie Ross, Kathy Roylonce, Dione
Rudclell, Bolo Ruolell, Lorry Rueck, Ken RuTc1n, Dove
Seniors Complefe Their Second .
Rutherford, Kelly Soolring, El Roe Sollc1dcuy,SUson Soloum, Eolno
"fa Q 9 fan v'
Sanders, Sharon Sanfangelo, Kristine Sauer, Linda Savory, John
Schaefer, Sharon Schechfel, Jeanne Schiloel, Elaine Schmitz, Brian
And For Some, Lasf Phase Of Their Educafion.
SchoTT, Dennis Schneider, Pinni Schrieber, Leslie SchulTz, Gary
Setterberg, Susie Sharkey, Julie
Short, Marshall Siegner, Dave
Judy Kocher assists Mrs. Peden in the attendance office.
'N X..- 533'
Sfickies, Donna Sfolrenberg, Jon Stricklan, Deborah Sfrohecker, Sheri
STruble,Johr1 Sfucki, Gayle Svolooda,Joar1 Swan, Lyn
The Fuiure Holds Many Dreams For Seniors . .
Swanson, Marie Tafman, Clyde Taylor, Daniel Taylor, Dean
Taylor, Paul Teeny, George Thompson Chrys
Tipfon, Sherry Tocla, Bill Trinci, Dan
Service, Marriage, Or Finally A Profession
Turner, Donna Turner, Joe Tyler, Virginia
xx ' ,
Ufz, Marilyn VanArsdall, Amy Van ale Wiele, Gail Velander, Daniel
Vonfelclf, Gary Vulgaris, Michele
Wagner, AI Walker, Gary
Seniors Prepare Their Way . .
Warner, Sally Watkins, Sharon
L 4 5 5, V ,y
Watts, Don Webb, Dale
Weeks, Stephen Weisenberg, Gordon Weiss, Vicki West, Borborci
Whollon, Shirley Wheeler, Reo White, Shoron White, Sherry
For The Future Years Of Adult Responsibility.
Wick, Judy Willimont, Sharon Wilson, Gory Winegorden, Allen
Wirick, Jim Wolfe, Anne Wong, Sfeven Wood, Mork
Woodcock, Jim Woodruff, Rormo Woolfoik, Mike Wrighf, Don
The Class Of 7968 .
Wymer, Gioolyce Yomosoki, Doviol Zodon, Anno Zink, Demo
Mr. Jacobsen pauses a moment from his work. Miss Dundore ponders over a forecast.
The Counselors Aid Seniors In College Forecasting
Senior counselors, Miss Dundore and
r, Jacobsen, aided Seniors during their
ur years at Franklin. They helped to
lve various forecasting and career
Mr. Mannig, college co-ordinator ad-
sed College Board tests and college
formation bulletins. He helped those
t going to college by recommending
rious iob opportunities, technical
hools, and business schools.
Mr, Manning grants interview during
Beck J09 BISEHIUS JSGVWWG Blanchard Dennis Brown, Rick Bunnell, Nadine
CUPPGVEH' Deblme COSCUGTO Rudy Cavagna John Chan, Doris Crisanaz, Marcelline
Sfudenfs Wifh High Academic Abili
Mather, John Monroe Derek Morehouse Ross Olsen Turid
Ott, Mary Louise Patterson Lauri Peck Susan Ports Barbara
re Honored As Members Of Nahonal Honor Sociefy
SENIOR MOSTS1 iTop Rowlz Marilyn Utz, Virginia Tyler, Elaine Schibel, Diane DesBrisay. lBoh'om Rowl: Rea Wheeler, Valerie Holmes, Susie l
Cindy Hooker, Gayle Sfucki.
Seniors Vofe On Those.
Mosf Likely To Succeed: Virginia Tyler
Mos? Talented in:
QUAKERETTE: Gayle Sfucki
SENIOR MOSTS: lTop Rowl: Roger Kruse, Ken Bolder, Art Frohwerk, Ed Sheets, Phil Baldino, John Mather, Jeff Furnish Phil Carroll Sieve Grove
Mosf In The Class
QUAKER: Ken Bolder
Most Likely To Succeed: Roger Kruse
Most Talenfed in:
ADDIS, JEANNE Richmond-FMS 4 Sec., Pep l,2,3,
Phi Nu Alpha 3, Club reporter, YFC. College.
ALDERSON, JERRIE KelloggADECA.
ALLAERT, MARIANNE St. Ignatius-Honor Roll I,
Forum 3, Sr. Announcement Comm., AGS Rep. 4,
SC Rep. 3, IRL. College.
ALLENBRAND, BOB Richmond-College.
ALVER, KENNETH Benson-Forum 4, Catalyst,
Chess Club, Football I, Tennis 2, Stage Crew 2.
ANDREW, REA Atkinson-Honor Roll l,3, Forum
2,4, College Cont. Rep., Track I, College.
ANDYKE, GEORGE Atkinson-AFM Rep. 2,4, SC
Rep. l,3, Ltmn. Club Sgt. at Arms, Baseball I,2,3,4,
Cross Country 3, Wrestling, I,2,3,4. College.
ASHKAR, THEODORE J. Central Catholic-Forum
3,4, SC Rep. 3, College Conf. Rep., "A" Choir 4.
BAILEY, THOMAS EUGENE Beaverton High School,
Beaverton, Oregon -Armed Services.
BAKER, GINA Fontana High, Fontana, Calif.-"A"
Choir 3,4, Madrigals 4. Work. K
BALDINO, PHILIP Kellogg-SC Rep. 4, Sigma Phi
Alpha, Band l,2,3,4, Ensembles 2,3,4, Orchestra
BALES, MINDA Kellogg4AGS Rep. 4, Career Conf.
Rep., Basketball 3, Tennis 3, Track I,2, Girl's Choir
BARNES, JIM Arleta-AFM Rep. 3, SC Rep. I, Track
2, Plays 3. College.
BARNES, ROBERT Creston-College Conf. Rep.,
POST Photographer. College.
BASSETT, ROSE Lone-Work.
BECK, JOE Albany High School, Albany, Ore-
gon-Honor Roll l,2,3, NHS 4, Forum 4, AFM Rep.
4, ART, Basketball l,2,3, Cross Country 2, Football
I, Track l,2,3,4. College.
BECKER, GAIL Richmond-SC Rep. 3, IRL, Lambda
Gamma, Pep I, Track 2, Girl's Choir 2,3. College.
BERRY, CHRISTINE LaneA-Pep. College.
BERRY, YVONNE A. Lewis-Work.
BISENIUS, JEANNE Richmond-Honor Roll I, NHS,
Forum 2,3,4, SB Pub. Chrmn, Jr. Prom Decorations
and Program Comm., Class Sec. 4, AGS Rep. 2,3,
SC Rep. I, IRL 2,3, Pep I, Girl's Choir 2, Plays I.
BLAKE, CLAUDIA-Class Sgt. at Arms 3, AGS Rep.
l,2,3, Career Conf. Rep. 2, Pep Sgt. at Arms.
BLANCHARD, DENNIS Benson High School- Ho-
nor Roll l,3,4, NHS 4, Forum 2,3,4, Career Cont.
Chrmn., SC Rep. 3, ALMANAC 3,4, IRL 3,4, Pres.
BLUMENSCHEIN, RONALD Woodstock4Honor
Roll I, Stage Crew I. Work.
BOLDER, KEN KelIogg4Honor Roll l, Forum I,2,
3,4, AFM Hist., Jr. Prom Court, Ltmn. Club Pres.,
Key Club, Football l,2,3,4, Track l,2,3,4, Wrestling
BRAY, WILLIAM Arleta-College.
BROWN, RICK Creston-Honor Roll I,2,4, NHS 3,4,
Forum 2,3,4, AFM Rep. 4. College.
BRUNER, MARGARET Creston-Honor Roll 3,
Forum 3,4, AGS Rep. 3, SC Rep. I,2. College.
BUNNELL, NADINE Woodstock-Honor Roll I,2,
NHS 4, Forum 2,4, Sr. Prom Pub. Comm., AGS Rep.
I, SC Rep. 2,3. College.
CAMERON, KAREN Atkinson-I-lonor Roll I, Forum
3,4, AGS Rep. I, SC Rep. I. College.
CANFIELD, RONALD Seaside High School, Seaside,
Oregon-Ltmn. Club, Football 3,4. Work.
CANIPAROLI, GLEN Kellogg-Forum 2,3,4, Class
Sgt. at Arms 4, AFM Rep. I, Career Conf. Rep. 2,
IRL, Sigma Phi Alpha V-Pres., Football l,2,3,4,
Track 3, "A" Choir 2,3,4, Plays. College.
CAPPARELLI, DEBBIE Lane-Honor Roll 2,3,4, NHS
4, Treas., Forum 4, Sr. Announcement Comm., AGS
Rep. I,2, Pep, Politicos, Girl's Choir, Drama, Pub-
CARROLL, DIANA Atkinson-College.
CARROLL, PHIL Creston-SB V.-Pres., SC Rep. I,2,
Career Conf. Rep. 4, Key Club, Nat'l Forensic
League, Football I,2,3,4, Wrestling l,2. College.
CASCIATO, RUDY St. lgnatius4Honor Roll l,2,3,
NHS 3,4, Forum 3,4, Class V.-Pres. 2, AFM Rep.
2,3, SC Rep. 3, Jr. Prom Court, Ltmn. Club V.-Pres.,
Friars Chap., Baseball i,2,3,4, Basketball 2, Foot-
ball I,2,3,4. College.
CAVAGNA, JOHN Our Lady of Sorrows-Honor
Roll i,2,3,4, NHS 3,4, Forum 2,3,4, Class Pres. I,
AFM Rep. 3, AFM Senator 4, College Cont. Rep., Jr.
Prom Court, Friars Sec, Baseball 2, Basketball I,2,
Football I,2, Track I. College.
CAVALLI, ERNIE Central Catholic-Sr. Prom
Comm., AFM Rep. 2, SC Rep. 2, Baseball l,2,3,4,
Football I,2, College.
CAVE CHRISTINE Creston-Work.
CHAN, DORIS New Method College, Hong
Kong!Honor Roll 3, NHS 4, Catalyst 4, Lambda
Gamma 4. College.
COLES, MICHAEL Kellogg-AFM Rep. College.
COOK, MICHAEL Arleta-Armed Services.
CRISANAZ, MARCELLINE Kellogg-Honor Roll l,
2,3,4, Forum 2,3, AGS Twirp Dec. Comm., AGS
Rep. l,2. Work.
DANNER, DEEDEE Chamberlin, Florida-College.
DAVIS, JIM Richmond-Honor Roll l,2,3, NHS 3,4,
Chap., Forum 2,3,4, Class V.-Pres. 3, YFC Pres.,
Catalyst Chap., Track I. College.
DEEMS, SUSAN Arleta-Honor Roll l,2,3, NHS 3,4,
Forum 4, Class Sgt. at Arms 4, AGS Rep, l,3, SC
Rep. I,2, IRL 2,3,4, Pep I, J.V. Rally 2, Pres., V.
Football-Wrestling Rally 3,4, Pres. College.
DELANEY, JOE Richmond-AFM Rep. 2, AFM
Senator 3, Football 3, Track 2, Wrestling 2.
DESBRISAY, DIANE Kellogg Honor Roll l,2,3,4,
NHS 3,4, Forum 2,3,4, High Q Rep. 4, Sigma Phi
Alpha Treas., Ensembles l,2,3, Orchestra l,2,3,4.
DICKSON, CHRISTINE Lewis-Sr. Prom Dec.
Comm., AGS Rep. 3, Sigma Phi Alpha, Band I,2,
CIERKING, D. FREDERICK Central Catholic- Honor
Roll 3, Forum 3,4, College Conf. Rep., Bowling
Club, Catalyst, Politicos. College.
DONKIN, CHRISTIE SUE Burley High School, Bur-
DRAPER, LINDA Atkinson-AGS Rep. I,2, DECA 4,
Swimming I, "A" Choir 3,4, Ensembles l,2,3,4.
EDWARDS, GARY Madison-Armed Services.
Eusworzti-i, MARSI-IA Kellogg-AGS Rep. i.
FEAMMELLI, JOSIE St. Stephens-Honor Roll l,3,
NHS 3,4, Sec., Forum 2,3,4, Sr. Prom Refreshment
Chrmn., Class Treas. 3, AGS Rep. l,2,3, Jr. Prom
Court, Lambda Gamma, Pleaides Hist. College.
Class Treas. 4.
FERGUSON, SHERYL Creston-YFC, Girl's Choir
FERRELL, ANN Gregory Heights-Honor Roll I,2,
Forum 2,4, FTA. College.
FILLMAN, LINDA Taft High School-Career Cont.
Rep. 2, ART 4, Track l,2. College.
FISHER, HAYDEN Lane-Forum 3,4, POST 4, Chess
Club. Armed Services.
PLAN-iEi2s, NAT Rachmondfplrm Rep. i,2,3, AFM
Senator 4, SC Rep. I,2, Ltmn. Club, Baseball 3,
Football l,2,3,4, Wrestling I. College.
FOELLER, DAN St. Stephens-Honor Roll I, Forum
2, Track. College.
FOELLER, DIANE J. St. Stephens-Honor Roll I,
Forum 2, Jr. Prom Court Comm., Class Sgt. at Arms
2, SC Rep. I,2, Pep Squad Leader, Rally 3,4.
FROHWERK, ARTHUR Creston4Honor Roll I,2,3,4,
NHS 3,4, Forum 2,3,4, Sr. Movie Photographer,
Editor, 3,4, AFM Rep. 4, SC Rep. l,3, Career Cont.
Rep. 2, Bowling Club I,2, Hist., Catalyst 2,3,4,
FUGLEE, CAROL Kellogg4Forum 3,4, Class Sgt. at
Arms 3, FTA 4, IRL 3, Golf 3, Rally 2,3,4, Band I,2,
Maiorette l,2. College. Class Sec. 4.
FURNISH, JEFF Atkinson4Honor Roll l,2,3,4, NHS
3,4, Pres., Forum 2,3,4, High Q Rep. 4, Interclub
Council Pres., Jr. Prom Band Chrmn., Class Pres. 3,
AFM Rep. 3, SC Rep. 4, Catalyst 2,3,4, Pres., Key
Club 3,4, Chap., Nat'l Forensic League 3,4, Sec.,
Cross Country I,2, Wrestling I.,CoIIege.
GAGE, WALLY Woodstock-Honor Roll 3, Forum
4, Ltmn. Club 3,4, Tennis 3,4, Wrestling l,2,3,4.
GALLUCCI, JOHN St. Ignatius-Honor Roll l,2,3,
NHS 3,4, Forum 2,3,4, Jr. Prom Dec. Comm., Class
V.-Pres. I, AFM Senator l,2,3,4, Key Club Pres.,
Ltmn. Club, Basketball I, Cross Country 3, Football
l,2,3,4, Track 2,4. College.
GARTON, RAYMOND Marshall-Work.
GEORGE, TED A. Woodburn, Oregon-College.
GETCHELL, JERRY Kellogg-DECA, Ltmn. Club,
Cross Country 2,3, Track 2,3. College.
GNIEWOSZ, KRIS Notre Dame, Ottawa, Cana-
da-Honor Roll l,2,3, NHS 3,4, Forum 2,3,4. Jr.
Prom Patron Comm., SC Rep. 3, Catalyst, Lambda
Gamma Pres., Swimming 2,3, Tennis 2, Track I.
GOROWSKI, GARY NELSON Atkinson-Forum 4,
AFM Rep. I, Career Cont. Rep. 4, Basketball I,
Football l,2. College
GRAY, KATHY Richmond-"A" Choir 4, Madrigals
GROVE, STEVE Kellogg-Forum 4, Faculty Rela-
tions Chrmn., AFM Rep. I,2, SC Rep. 3,4, Pres. Pro
Tempore, Twirp Court 3, Ltmn. Club, Football-
Wrestling Rally 4, V.-Pres., Wrestling I. College.
Class Pres. 4.
GUY, DIANE Atkinson-Work.
HALL, KENNETH Rawlins High School, Rawlins,
Wyoming-Cross Country 3, Track 2,3, Band I,2,
3,4, Orchestra 3,4. Armed Services.
HALL, MARTHA Kellogg-Honor Roll I, Forum 4,
Sr. Prom Dec. Comm., Class Sgt. at Arms 3, AGS
Rep. 3, SC Rep. I. College.
HAMER, ALBERT REESE Creston-AFM Rep. 4, Cross
Country 2,3, Swimming I,2, Track I,2, Armed
HARDING, SUSAN Creston-Forum 4, SC Rep. I,
ALMANAC 4, Bookkeeper. College.
HARRELL, SUZY Creston-DECA. Work.
HARRINGTON, NIARGI AtkinsonfSigma Phi Al-
pha, "A" Choir 3,4, Band 2,3,4, Girl's Choir 2,
Orchestra 2,3,4, Make-up Crew I. College.
HARRISON, GLENDA Kellogg-College,
HAWKINS, BARBARA CAROLYN Atkinson-AGS
Rep. 2, SC Rep. 3. College,
HAYNES, STEVE Lane4CoIIege.
HEAD, SUSAN St. Stephens-Honor Roll 'l,2,3,
NHS 3,4, Forum 2,4, AGS Rep. 4, FTA V.-Pres, IRL
HEIM, ANN Kellogg-AGS Rep. 2, SC Rep. I.
Work. Class Sgt. at Arms, 4.
HIGH, BARBARA Creston-AGS Rep. 2, SC Rep. I.
Choir 4, Girl's Choir 3. College.
HESSON, DONNA Arleta-Class Sgt. at Arms 2,4,
Career Conf. Rep. 4, IRL, Pep Treas., Sigma Phi
Alpha, "A" Choir 4, Ensembles l,2,3,4. Work.
HILDEBRAN, SHEILA L. Arleta-Forum 4, Jr. Prom
Advertising Comm., Class Sgt. at Arms 2, AGS Rep.
2, AGS Year Rep. 2, ART 3, IRL, Pep Hist. College.
HILL, GEORGE Lane-Career Conf. Rep., Sigma Phi
Alpha, Swimming I,2, Band 2,3,4. College.
HILLESLAND, SYLVIA Woodstock-Honor Roll I,2,
3, NHS 4, Chap., Forum 2,3,4, SC Rep. I, Career
Conf. Rep. 2, Sigma Phi Alpha Pres., Track I, "A"
Choir 4, Band l,2,3,4, Ensembles l,2,3,4, Orchestra
HINES, PERRY M. Woodstock-Honor Roll 2, Forum
2,3,4, Class Sgt at Arms I, AFM Rep. l,2,3,4, SC
Rep. 2,3, Career Conf. Rep. 2,4, College Conf. Rep.,
Basketball l,2,3, Track 3. College.
HOLLAND, IRENE Atkinson-Forum 4, Sr. Prom
Programs Chrmn., Class Sgt. at Arms 2, SC Rep. 3,
Career Conf. Rep. 4, IRL, Pep. College.
HOLLWAY, BARBARA Richmond-Honor Roll l,3,
NHS 3,4, Forum 2,4, SC Rep. 4, IRL, Pep. College.
HOLMES, VALERIE Atkinson-Forum 4, SB Sec.,
Christmas Dance Chrmn., Class Pub. Chrmn. 3,
AGS Rep. 2, SC Rep. I,2, ART 4, Jr. Prom Court,
Twirp Queen 3, Homecoming Queen 4. Work.
HOLSTINE, VICKI Henry Hill Jr. High School, Inde-
HOOKER, CYNDIA El Segundo High, El Segundo,
Calif.-Thespians, Make-up Crew 3, Plays 3,4.
HOPKINS, DEBBY Creston-Honor Roll 2, Fresh-
men Orientation Comm. 4, SC Rep. I, FTA Pub.
HOPKINS, JAY Lane-AFM Rep. 4, Ltmn. Club Sgt
at Arms, Football l,2,3,4, Track l,2, Wrestling
HOWARD, LINDA Lane--AGS Rep. 3, SC Rep. 2,
"A" Choir 4. Work.
HOWARD, MARILYN Richmond-AGS Rep. l,2,3.
HOYT, RAY Lane--AFM Rep. 2,3, SC Rep. 2,3,
Baseball l,2,3,4, Basketball l,2,3,4, Orchestra I,
2,3,4. College. Class V.-Pres. 4,
HUDSON, DERYL Richmond-Honor Roll 3, Forum
2,3,4, SC Rep. 4, POST Editor, Politicos. College.
HUIE, ANTHONY Kellogg-Ltmn. Club, Cross
Country 3, Football l,4, Tennis 3,4, Track l,2,
Wrestling l,2,3. College,
IKEDA, MARLEEN N. Woodstock-Honor Roll 3,
Forum 4, AGS Rep. 3,4, ALMANAC 4, Typist, FTA
2,3,4, Parliamentarian, Politicos 4, College.
ITAMI, ROBERT Arleta-AFM Rep. l,2,3, AFM
Senator 4, SC Rep. l,2, Ltmn. Club, Baseball T,
Football l,2,3,4, Wrestling l,2. College.
ITAMI, SUSAN Woodstock-AGS Rep. 3, Sigma Phi
Alpha V.-Pres., "A" Choir 4, Band l,2,3,4, Or-
chestra 4. College.
JACKSON, LAWRENCE Atkinson-SC Rep. I, Golf
2,3,4, Wrestling l, Perfect Attendance l,2,3.
JACOBSON, ARDELLE--Honor Roll I, NHS 4, Or,
chestra l,2,3,4. College.
JARBOE, GERALD Kellogg-Honor Roll l,3, Forum
2,3,4, NHS 4, SC Rep. 4, Basketball I. College.
JOHNSON DUWANA Atkinson-Honor Roll I, YFC
V.-Pres., Tennis 3. Work.
JOHNSON, GARY--Forum 4, Wrestling I.
JOHNSON, LINDA ANN Waldo Jr. High School-
Honor Roll l,2,3,4, Forum 2,3,4, AGS Rep. l,2, IRL.
JOHNSTON, LINDY Arleta-Forum 4, AGS Pres. 4,
Twirp Dec. Comm., Class Sec. I, AGS Rep. l,2,3,
Hist., SC Rep, 2,3, ART 4, Jr. Prom Court, IRL Pep
JONES, DONALD-Football I, Wrestling I.
JONES, JOE Arleta-AFM Rep. l, Rifle Team, Cross
Country 3,4, Track 2,3,4. College.
KANAS, KATHLEEN Atkinson-Honor Roll 2,
Forum 3,4, Class Pub. Chrmn. 4, AGS Rep. l,2, Pep
KASKI, DIANE Kellogg-YFC. Work.
KEENEY, WILLIS Lane-SC Rep. l,2, Swimming I,
Stage Crew 3,4. College.
KELLER, JIM Atkinson-Swimming 2,3,4, College.
KIRKPATRICK, RON Jim Bridger-Football 2,
Wrestling I. Work.
KOCHER, JUDITH Our Lady of Sorrows-Pep, Phi
Nu Alpha, "A" Choir 4, Girl's Choir 2,3. College.
Class Sgt. at Arms 4.
KOLIBABA, JANICE Our Lady of Sorrows-Honor
Roll l,2, Forum 3,4, Career Conf. Rep. 2, DECA
KRALEY, FLORENCE Richmond-FTA Treas., Col-
lege Conf. Rep. College.
KRUSE, ROGER Atkinson-Honor Roll l,2,3,4, NHS
3,4, Forum 2,3,4, SB Pres., Forum Comm., Class
Pres. 2, AFM Rep. 1,2,3, Career Conf. Rep. 2, Jr.
Prom King, Friars Pres., Key Club Pres., Basketball
l,2, Football I, Golf 3,4. College.
LAHUE, JOANN Richmond-Candyland Dance
Dec. Comm., Jr. Prom Dec. Comm., AGS Rep. l,
Pep, DECA Pres. Nat'l Forensic League, Track 2.
Work. Class Sgt. at Arms. 4.
LAMBERT, NELSON DOUGLAS Woodstock-Good
Neighbor Comm. SC Rep. 2,3,4, Career Conf. Rep.
4, Baseball 2,3,4, Basketball Rally 4, "A" Choir
LANG, SUSAN Our Lady of Sorrows-Honor Roll 4,
AGS Rep. l,2, AGS Year Rep. 4, SC Rep. 2.
LANGDON, YOLINDA Our Lady of Sorrows-Pep
I, Swimming I. College.
LANNING, DAN Whatcom Jr. High, Bellingham,
Washington-Honor Roll I, Forum 2,3,4, Class Sgt.
at Arms 2, AFM Rep. l,3, Career Conf. Rep. 2,
Ltmn. Club Treas., Cross Country l,2,3,4, Track l,4.
LAU, JAMES AtkinsonmHonor Roll I, Forum 2,
Ltmn Club, Catalyst, Cross Country I, Tennis l,2,3,
LEE, DAVID MIH Sao Paula, Brazil-Forum 4,
,EWIS, RON Richmond-Honor Roll l,2,3,4, NHS
3,4, Sgt. at Arms, Forum 2,3,4, AFM Rep. 4, SC
Rep. l,2, Career Cont. Rep. 4, ALMANAC 3,4,
Classes Editor, IRL, Sgt. at Arms, Politicos Treas.
LIEB, STEVE Creston-AFM Rep. 3, Football l,2,
Track I, Wrestling l,2,3,4. College.
LINTON, PAM Richmond-College.
LOMAX, ART Creston-DECA Treas., Wrestling 2.
LUSHENKO, EVELYN Richmond-Honor Roll l,
Forum 2,4, AGS Rep. 2,3, AGS Hist., FTA Sec., IRL,
Lambda Gamma, Sigma Phi Alpha Chap., "A"
Choir 3,4, Ensembles, Girl's Chair 2, Plays 3,
Publicity 3. College. Class Sgt at Arms. 4.
MACDANIELS, JIM Atkinson-AFM Rep. 2, Cat-
alyst, Football T, Wrestling l,2, College,
MALONEY, PAT Churchill High School, Eugene
Oregon-Forum 4. College.
MALSEY, TERRY RichmondiForum 4, Clean-up
Comm., SC Rep. I, Basketball I, Cross Country
'l,2,3, Track l,2,3. College.
MANDY, DUANE E. Richmond-AFM Rep. 2, DECA
Parliamentarian, Football I. College.
MARK, STEPHEN Atkinson-Forum l,2,3,4, "A"
Choir 2,3,4, Ensembles 2, Plays l,2,3. College.
MARLOW, JAMES David Douglas-Armed
MATHER, JOHN Richmond-Honor Roll 3, Forum
3,4, College Conf. Rep., ART 3,4. College.
MCBRIDE, MOIRA Holy Child Academy-Forum
2,4, Commencement Card Comm., AGS Rep. 2,
Career Conf, Rep. 4, Catalyst, Basketball 2,3,
Swimming 2,3,4, Track l,2,3. College.
MCCLENAHAN, RONNIE LEE Richmond-AFM Rep.
2,4, AFM Senator 4, SC Rep. I, Career Conf. Rep. 2,
DECA Publications, Sigma Phi Alpha Hist, "A"
Choir 2,3, Madrigals 3, Plays 3. Armed Services.
MCCREADIE, COLEEN Lane-Honor Roll 3, Forum
4, AGS Rep. 2, Home Ec. Club Pub. Chrmn.,
Basketball 2,3,4, Track I, Volleyball 3,4. College,
McDOW, MIKE Glencoe-Basketball I, Cross
Country 2,3,4, Football I, Track l,2,3,4, Band
2,3,4, Orchestra 3,4. College.
MCGOWAN, MARGARET Lent-Honor Roll 2,3,
Forum 3,4, ALMANAC 3,4, "A" Choir 4, GirI's
Choir 3. College.
MCKETHEN, KATHY Kellogg-SC Rep. l,2,3,4.
McMURRAY, MICHAEL Benson High School-
Forum 2,3,4, AFM Pres., Jr. Prom Comm., AFM
V.-Pres., SC Rep. 3, Career Conf. Rep. 2,3, Ltmn.
Club Pres., Key Club V.-Pres., Football l,2,3,4,
Track l,2,3,4, Wrestling l,2,3,4. College.
METTEER, JANICE Woodstock-Honor Roll l,2,3,,
Forum 2,3,4, Jr. Prom Dec. Comm., AGS Rep,
l,2,3,4, IRL 2,3, Pep I. Work.
MILLER, LORRAINE David Douglas--SC Rep. 3.
MILLER, SHIRLEY Lone--Forum 4, Pep T. Work.
MILLS, PATTY Clatskanie-AGS Rep. l,2,4, SC Rep.
2, Career Cont. Rep, 4. College.
MIRENDA, RAY Creston-AFM Rep. l,2,3, SC Rep.
2, DECA Sgt. at Arms, Football 2, Wrestling l,2,
MIZOTE, MARILYN JANE Atkinson-Honor Roll I,
Forum 2,4, SB Treas., Sr. Prom General Chrmn.,
Class Sec. 2, AGS Rep. 2,3, SC Rep. I, Career Conf.
Rep. 2,4, College Cont. Chrmn. 4, Pep, Rally 2,3,
Plays I. College.
MOLES LEONA R. Columbia Christian-DECA Par-
MONNER, DENNIS Arleta-Baseball 2, Football
l,2,3, Track 3, Wrestling, "A"Choir 2,3,4. College.
MONROE, DEREK Atkinson-Honor Roll 1,3,4, NHS
3,4, Forum 2,3,4, AFM Rep. l,2, SC Rep. l,2,
Career Conf. Rep. 4, Catalyst Comm. Chrmn.
MONTI, CAROL ANN St. Ignatius-Forum 4, Jr.
Prom Dec. Comm., Class Treas. 2, AGS Rep. 2, SC
Rep. 3, Career Conf. Rep. 4, IRL 2,3, Pep I, Girl's
Choir 2, Perfect Attendance 3. College. Class Pub.
MOORE, LARRY Creston-"A" Choir 4, Band l,2,
3,4. Armed Services.
MOREHOUSE, ROSS Atkinson-Honor Roll l,3,
NHS 3,4, Forum 2,3,4, Career Cont. Rep. 2,4,
ALMANAC 4, Classes. College.
MORRISON, CARL Arleta-AFM Senator, SC Rep.,
Cross Country I, Football -l, Wrestling I, Make-up
Crew, Stage Crew 3,4. Armed Services.
MOXLEY, DAVID Kellogg-Basketball 2, Cross
Country 2,3,4, Tennis 4, Track l,2,3,4, Wrestling
MURPHY, VIRGINA Buckman-Sigma Phi Alpha,
Orchestra l,2,3,4. College.
NAYLOR, CRAYLON Lewis-Honor Roll I, AGS
Rep. I, AGS Year Rep, I, POST 4, FTA. College.
NEASE, MICHAEL Lane-ART 4. College.
NELSON, ELAYNE Woodstock-AGS Rep. 2, SC
Rep. l. College.
NELSON, LARRY Atkinson-Basketball I, Football
NIIRANEN, LINDA Kellogg-Honor Roll 2, Forum
3,4, FTA, Lambda Gamma. College. Class Sgt at
OBEID, MUSTAFA Syria-College.
OLSEN, TURID CrestonAHonor Roll l,2,3,4, NHS
3,4, Forum 2,3,4, Class Sgt. at Arms 2, Homecom-
ing Court I, Pleiades V.-Pres. College.
OLSON, LYNN-Honor Roll l,2,3, NHS 3,4, Forum
ORAZIO, MICHAEL Woodstock-AFM Rep. 3.
ORESTE, JEFF Creston-Class Sgt at Arms, AFM
Rep., AFM Senator, Cross Country 2,3,4, Track
OTT, MARY LOUISE Kellogg-Honor Roll l,2,3,4,
NHS 3,4, V.-Pres., Forum 2,3,4, Rose Festival Se-
lection Comm. 3, AGS Rep. 3, Career Conf. Rep. 4,
ALMANAC 3,4, Editor, lnterclub Council, Thespi-
ans, Drama, Director 4, Makeup Crew 3,4, Plays
OWENS, JAMES Richmond-POST 4, "A" Choir
3.4, Madrigals 4. College.
PARKER, CRAIG Atkinson-Forum 4, Career Conf.
Rep. 4, Catalyst 4, Hist., Orchestra l,2. College.
PARKS, NANCY Creston-College.
PATTERSON, LAURI Kellogg4Honor Roll l,2,3,
NHS, Forum 2,3, Lambda Gamma. Work.
PAYNE, RUTH Creston-SC Rep. I, Sigma Phi
Alpha, Orchestra. College.
PEARSON, KATHLEEN Richmond-Forum 4, SB
Treas., Kangaroo Court Chrmn., Class Sec. 3, AGS
Rep. l,2, AGS Year Rep. 3, Jr, Prom Court, IRL 2,3,
Pep I, "A" Choir 4, Ensembles l,2,3,4, Plays I.
PECK, SUE Atkinson-Honor Roll l,2,3,4, NHS 3,4,
Sec., Forum 2,3,4, Jr. Prom Patrons Comm., Sr.
Prom Comm., AGS Rep. 2, FTA, "A" Choir 3,4,
Ensembles l,2, College.
PELOQUIN, RAY Kellogg-Cross Country.
PETERS, MARK F. Lane-College.
PETTENGILL, MELISSA Atkinson-Forum 3, AGS
Rep. 3, SC Rep. I, IRL, Pep 2,3, Hist, College. Class
Sgt at Arms 4.
PIERETTI, JANIS St. Ignatius-AGS Rep. 4, AGS
Year Rep. I, SC Rep. 3,4.-Work.
DODANY, MILADA MILARDINA SVVS
POND, MICHAEL Creston-Honor Roll l,3,4, AFM
Rep. I, Baseball l,2, Football l,2,3,4, Track 3,4,
Wrestling l,2,3,4. College.
POPPINO, DIANNE Arleta-Honor Roll I, Forum
2,3, Red Squares. College.
PORTS, JOSEPHINE Kellogg-Home Ec. Club.
REISBECK, JUDY Atkinson-Honor Roll I, Forum
2,3, Jr. Prom Patrons Comm. Work.
RICHFORD, ARLENE David Douglas-Honor Roll
I,2,3,4, NHS 3,4, Forum 2,3,4, ALMANAC 3,4,
Academics, IRL Sec., Perfect Attendance 2.
ROADRUCK, RANDY Creston-SC Rep. 2, ART 4.
ROBERTI, RONALD J. Our Lady of Sorrows-Forum
4, Good Neighbor Comm., AFM Rep. I,2,3, SC
Rep. 4, ALMANAC 4, Photographer, Basketball
I,4, Cross Country 2,3, Football I, Track i,2,3,
Wrestling 3. College.
ROBERTS, KATHIE Middletown Area High School,
Middletown Pa.-AGS Rep. 4, Lambda Gamma 4,
Basketball 3. College.
ROBINSON, RICK Arleta-Honor Roll I, AFM Rep.
i,2, SC Rep. i,2, Career Conf. Rep. I, Baseball
I,2,3,4, Basketball l,2,3,4. Cross Country I, Foot-
ball 3, Rifle Team 3. College.
ROSS, CAROLYN Kellogg-Forum 3,4, Class Sgt. at
Arms 3, Career Conf. Rep. 4, "A"Choir 3,4, Girl's
Choir 2. College.
ROSS, CONNIE Medford High, Medford, Ore-
gon-Sr. Prom Comm., Candyland Dance Comm,
FMS, Home-Ec Club, Band 2. College.
ROSS, KATHIE Richmond-Honor Rall I,2,3,4, NHS
3,4, Treas., Forum 2,4, SB Sec., Sr. Movie Comm.,
AGS Rep. 4, SC Rep. 3, Career Conf. Rep. 4,
ALMANAC 3,4, Sports, Catalyst Pres., Swimming
I,2,3,4, Track 2, Perfect Attendance I. College.
ROYLANCE, DIANE Kellogg4Honor Roll 2,3,4,
NHS 3,4, Hist, Forum 3, Pep, Baseball, "A" Choir,
Drama Director. College.
RUECK, KEN Lane-AFM Rep. 4, YFC, Football
2,3,4, Swimming I, Track 2. College.
RUTAN, DAVID Creston-Forum 4, AFM Rep. I,4,
SC Rep. 3, Cross Country 4, Football i,2, Track 4,
Wrestling l,2. Armed Services.
SALLADAY, SUSAN-Forum 3,4, AGS Rep. I,
Home-Ec Club Sec. College.
SALOUM, EDNA Arleta-College.
SANDERS, SHARON Binnsmend-AGS Rep. 4,
DECA, Pep, Girl's Choir I. College.
SANTANGELO, KRIS St. Ignatius-Twirp Dec.
Comm. 2, AGS Rep. 2, DECA V.-Pres. College.
SAVORY, JOHN Atkinson-Honor Roll l,2, Forum
2,4, AFM Rep. 2, AFM Senator I, SC Rep. 2,3,
ALMANAC 4, Photographer, Ltmn. Club, Politicos
Pres., Football I,2, Wrestling l,2,3,4. College.
SCHAEFFER, SHARON Lennox High School, Len-
nox, Calif.-Girl's Choir 4.
SCHECHTEL, JEANNE St. Ignatius-Honor Roll I,
NHS 4, Hist., Forum 2,4, Sr. Prom Dec. Chrmn., SC
Rep. 3, IRL 2, Pep I. College.
SCHIBEL, ELAINE Our Lady of Sorrows-Forum 2,
SB Pub. Chrmn., Jr. Prom Dec. Chrmn., Class Sec. 2,
AGS Rep. I,2, SC Rep. 3, ART, Homecoming Court
3, Jr. Twirp Queen. College.
SCHMIDT, DANIEL David Douglas4Armed
SCHNEIDER, PENNI Grant High School-College.
SCHNEIDER, ROB Richmond-Honor Roll I,2,3,4,
NHS 3,4, Forum 2,3,4, AFM Rep. I, SC Rep. 2,
Baseball 2, Basketball l,2,3, Track 3,4. College.
SCHOTT, DENNIS CrestonfFootball I. College.
SCHREIBER, LESLIE Lane-Honor Rall I,2,3, Forum
2,3,4, Sr. Prom Dec. Comm., AGS Rep. i,2, IRL Sgt
at Arms, Ensembles 2,3,4. Work.
SCOTT, SHEILA-Forum 4, Career Conf. Chrmn.,
Politicos 4. College.
SEKARICH, SUSAN Richmond-FTA, IRL, Lambda
Gamma, Phi Nu Alpha Treas. College.
SETTERBERG, SUE-Girl's Choir 3, Drama, Director
4, Make-up Crew 2,3,4, Publicity 3,4.
SHARKEY, JULIE Woodstock-Honor Roll I, Forum
4, AGS Rep. I, Career Conf. Rep. 4, IRL, Pep.
SHEETS, ED Richmond-Honor Roll I,2,3,4, NHS
Pres., Forum 2,3,4, SB Pres., SB Dance Comm.
Chrmn. 3,4, SB Budget Comm, 3,4, Class Pres. 3,
AFM Rep. 2, SC Rep. 3, Catalyst Hist, Friars Treas.,
Key Club V.-Pres., Golf 2,3,4, Track l. College.
SHIELDS, FRED Benson High School-College.
SHORT, MARSHALL Lane-Forum 2,3,4, Class
V.-Pres. 4, AFM Rep. l,3,4, SC Rep. 4, Career Conf.
Rep. 4, Ltmn. Club V.-Pres., Key Club, Basketball I,
Football I,2,3,4, Track i,2,3, Wrestling 2,3, Band
2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4, College.
SIEGNER, DAVE Atkinson-SC Rep. i,2, Cross
Country 2, Football I, Track I. College.
SIMMONS, JEAN Riverdale Sr. High, Port Byron,
Illinois-"A" Choir 4, Girls Choir 3. College.
SKAGGS, LESLIE Kellogg-Forum 3, Class Sgt. at
Arms 3, Career Conf. Rep. 2. College.
SOLJAGA, ELAINE M. Richmond-Forum 4, AGS
Sec., Sr. Movie Comm., Class Pub, Chrmn. 2, AGS
Rep. 4, SC Rep. 2, Jr. Prom Court, Twirp Court l,
Homecoming Court 2, Pep, Girl's Chair I. College.
SOUTH, DALE Richmond-Class Sgt at Arms I,
AFM Rep., SC Rep., Ltmn. Club, Baseball, Cross
Country, Football, Track, Wrestling I, V. Basket-
ball Rally 4. College.
SOWLES, KAREN Woodstock-SC Rep. 2, DECA.
STEWARD, JANET Atkinson-Work.
STICKLES, DONNA Richmond-Career Conf. Rep.
STRICKLAN, DEBORAH Atkinson-Bowling Club,
Pep, Volleyball, Girl's Choir 3,4, College.
STROHECKER, SHERIE St. Stephens-Pep 2, Work.
STRUBLE, JOHN QUINN Kellogg-Honor Roll i,2,
Forum I,2,3,4, Class V.-Pres. 3, AFM Rep. 4, SC
Rep. l,2,3, Ltmn. Club Sec., Key Club, Basketball
I,2,3, Football I,2,3,4, Track l,2,3,4. College.
STUCKI, GAYLE Arleta-Honor Roll l,2,3, NHS 3,4,
Pub. Chrmn., Forum 2,3,4, Jr. Prom General
Chrmn., Class Pres. 2, SC Rep l,2, Career Conf,
Rep. 4, Jr. Prom Queen, IRL Hist., Pleiades Treas.,
Thespians, Rally I,2,3,4, Drama, Director 3, Make-
up Crew 2,3,4, Plays i,2, Publicity 2. College.
SVOBODA, JOAN Wenatchee High,
SWAIN, MARK Atkinson-Sr. Movie Comm.
Chrmn., AFM Senator l,2,3, POST 3,4, DECA Par-
liamentarian, Basketball l,2,3, Football l,2.
TEMPLETON, STEVE Clackamas-Armed Services.
THOMASON, ROGER Woodstock-Work.
SWANSON, MARIE St. Stephen'svHonor Roll I,
Class Sgt at Arms 2, AGS Rep. 2. College.
TAYLOR, DANIEL IVAN West Linn High School-
Forum 2,3, Sigma Phi Alpha, YFC Pres., "A" Choir,
Band i,2, Plays. College.
TAYLOR, PAUL H. Richmond-Forum 2,3, AFM
Pres. 4, Class Sgt at Arms I, AFM Rep. 3, AFM
V.-Pres, Career Conf. Rep., Track I. College.
THOMPSON, DAVE LanegSigma Phi Alpha,
Thespians, "A" Choir 2,3,4, Plays 2,3,4, Stage
Crew l,2. College.
TRINCI, DAN-Honor Roll 2,3, Sr. Prom Band
Chrmn., Class Pres. 4, AFM Rep. 2,3, SC Rep. I,2,3,
Key Club, Baseball I,2,3,4, Basketball l,2,
TURLEY, STEVEN Glencoe-Honor Roll I, Forum
2,3,4, Catalyst V.-Pres. College.
TYLER, VIRGINIA Creston-Honor Roll I,2,3,4,
NHS 3,4 Sgt at Arms, Forum I,2,3,4, High Q Rep. 4,
SB V.-Pres. 4, Forum Chrmn., Class Sgt at Arms 3,
SC Rep. 2, FTA Sec., IRL, Nat'l Forensic League
Pres., Pleiades Sec., Politicos Sec., Sigma Phi Al-
pha, "A" Choir 3,4, Ensembles I,2,3,4, Girl's Chair
2. College. W
UTZ, MARILYN LaneAHonor Roll I,2,3,4, NHS 3,4,
Forum 2,3,4, SC Rep. 3, Pleiades Pres., Politicos
VAN ARSDALL, AIMEE Lane-College.
VAN DE WIELE, GAIL Creston-Honor Roll I,
Forum 3,4, Class Sgt at Arms 4. College.
VELANDER, DANIEL RichmondAAFM Rep. 4, SC
Rep. 3, Jr. Prom Court, Ltmn. Club, Baseball
I,2,3,4, Basketball I,2,3,4, Football l,2,3,4.
VULGARIS, MICHELE Our Lady of Sorrows-Honor
Roll I,2,3,4, NHS 3,4, Forum 2,3,4, High Q Rep. 4,
SC Rep. 2, ALMANAC 3,4, FTA 4, IRL 2, Lambda
Gamma 2,3,4, Politicos 3,4. College.
WAGONER, ALBERT Riddle High School, Riddle,
WALKER, GARY Arleta-Honor Roll 2, Class V.-
Pres. 2, AFM Rep. i,2, AFM Senator 3,4, Baseball
I, "A" Choir 2. College.
WATKINS, SHEREY Lane-College.
WEBB, DALE Kellogg-Basketball I, Cross Country
I, Football I, Track I,2,4, Wrestling I,2. Work.
WEEKS, STEPHEN Benson-College.
WEISENBERG, GORDY Lane-AFM Rep. 4, SC Rep
2,3, Basketball i,2, Football l,2,3,4. College.
WEST BARBARA J. Intermediate Kroemer, Placen-
WHEELER, REA Kellogg-Jr. Prom Refreshment
Comm., Class Treas. 4, AGS Rep. I,2,3,4, SC Rep.
I,2,3, V. Football-Wrestling Rally, Tennis Rifle
WINTERS, CRAIG Kellogg-Basketball I. Work.
WHITE, SHERRY Lane-Honor Roll I, Forum 2.
WICK, JUDY Marshall-Girl's Choir I. Work.
WILLIMONT, SHARON Richmond-Honor Roll I,
Forum 2,4, FTA Pres. College.
WIRICK, JAMES Kellogg-Honor Roll I,2,3,4, NHS
3,4, Forum 2,3,4, Freshmen Orientation Chrmn.,
AFM Rep. I, SC Rep. 4, ALMANAC 3, Sigma Phi
Alpha Sec., YFC Y.-Pres., Orchestra l,2,3,4.
WOLF, ANNE Atkinson-Forum 2,3,4, Career
Conf. Rep. 4, POST 4, FTA. College.
WONG, STEVEN Richmond-Forum 2,3,4, Career
Conf. Rep. 2. College.
WOOD, MARK Lord High School, Woodburn,
WOODCOCK, JIM Atkinson-Honor Roll I, Forum
4, AFM Rep. 4, Baseball l,2,3, Basketball I,2,3.
WOODRUFF, RONNA Richmond-Class Sgt at
Arms I, AGS Hist. 4, SC Rep. 3, "A"Choir 4, GirI's
Choir 2,3, Plays. College.
WOOLFOLK, MIKE Atkinson-AFM Rep. 4, SC Rep.
I, Golf 3, Wrestling I. College.
WRIGHT, DANIEL Richmond-Honor Roll I,2,3,4,
NHS 3,4, Forum 2,3,4, AFM Rep. I,2, Catalyst
Chap., Friars V.-Pres., Perfect Attendance 2,3.
WYMER, GLADYCE Richmond-AGS Rep. 2, SC
Rep. I, Career Conf. Rep. 2, Pep Club, V. Basket-
ball Rally 3. Work.
YAMASAKI, DAVE Richmond-Forum 4, AFM
Senator 2,3,4, SC Rep. 3. College.
ZIMMERMAN, DAN St. Ignatius-Armed Services.
ZINK, DANA Arleta-Forum 3,4, AGS Pres. 4, Jr.
Prom Refreshment Chrmn., Candyland Dance Re-
freshment Chrmn., Class Sgt at Arms 2, AGS Rep, I,
SC Rep 2,3, ALMANAC 3,4, Seniors, IRL Sec., Pep
Sec., Ensembles 3,4, GirI's Choir 2. College.
KEY TO SENIOR ACTIVITIES
Pub. Chrmn Publicity Chairman
Sgt at Arms Sergeant at Arms
IRL International Relations League
AFM Affiliated Franklin Men
AGS Associated Girl Students
NHS National Honor Society
YFC Youth for Christ
SB Student Body
SC Student Council
Y 4+ K7
KI LL,kkL 1slA,.s,Xxs.x.. W1QxNL,,s , Q X, X, lx SJ 1, is '.
Dana Zink, Rhodes, Gayle Slucki, Meier 84 Frank, Diane Foeller, Nordsirom - Besf's - Ungcrg Valerie Holmes, Lipman's, Carol Fuglee, Charles F, Berg
I I I
H1-Boorcl Members Presenf Spring Fashions
Hi-Board members and models line-up for a final look ot fashions.
Fall Class Officers: lSSaTedl: Nancy Stoutenburg, Publicity Chairman, Tina Olson, Secretary, John Riesenman, President, Pam Beck, Vice President, Bonnie
Lang, Treasurer. lStandingl Sergeants-at-Arms: Cindy Schenkenberger, Pam Loprinzi, Judv Fazzolari.
Fall Junior Class
ln order to fill The class Treasury, The
iuniors held activities Throughout The
summer. Among These were bake sales
and car washes. As school began, The
fall cabinet started making preparations
for Junior Week, one of The major events
of Their term in office. During This Time
several fund raising activities Took place,
The most important of which was valida-
Tion of class cards. Others included a Tag
sale promoting class spirit, candy and
bake sales, and a class sponsored after-
game dance. The money earned went
entirely Toward financing The Junior
Prom. Prom chairman and co-chairman
were Peggy Siegle and Barbara Ehrig.
It was finally determined that The Theme
of this year's Prom would be "Flower
Junior girls' counselors, Mrs. Weed and Miss Dundore, sift Through class schedules
3 mv. Q
Spring Class Officers: lSeatedl: Darlene Harris, Secretary, Cathie Loprinzi, President, Mike Casciato, Vice President. IStandingl: Sergeants at Arms: Katy
Holland Kathy Timblin, Pat Beck, Publicity Chairman, Chris Alm, Sergeant at Arms, Pam Loprinzi, Treasurer, Elizabeth Jelineo, Sergeant at Arms.
Mr. Kearns serves as iunior class counselor for 342 boys.
Spring Cabinet Plans
Next Year's Movie
The main concern of the spring class
cabinet was the successful presentation
ot the Junior Prom, which took place
April 19, 1968. In accordance with
tradition, the prom was held in the
school gym. The decoration committee,
headed by Linda McFarlane, carried out
the Oriental them with a turquoise, lime
green, hot pink, and gold color scheme.
Providing music tor the extravaganza
was Bruce Kelly and his Orchestra.
As usual, class cards were validated
to allow students to attend less expen-
sively. The expense of the prom greatly
depleted the class treasury, thus neces-
sitating such fund-raising activities as
pop bottle and paper drives and tag
It was also the iob of spring cabinet
to look into matters concerning the film-
ing of the senior movie. At the time of
this writing the chairman and co-chair-
man have not been chosen.
' I' .
txt' fl' ly K 2
A f. s N r s.
.. , . .
6 1' ,
,, H' A
gif? ff' f
5 A .. .Jw :fig Y
if -qv sw? , A
IL i '
N! A x
', K' s
.4 g U'
. 4 A' -
f .,, My
. , V
4 V I
-A . , i 9
7 'I x
5 r Q in
A if ' i A
'sf' f ,gi
, , Q
' NN ,'
I , E .
5, if if .
X -' fi ..:.
"' " i fi ' Y
. -X A ..
, we "
mm Mir f 1
Q 'Zi '
if Q Q 6 "'
, H t . 'f 5' '
I ,5 I k
5 , Y-
. .:i51::E it A , -wtf
..:::: ..... N, 3 0 K , .
I H 6 ...Fu
I . rl '-3 Q K M x i lui, K
iv, . --M i -0 r .Sf I i
f i n 1 lf
5 . i .. at Q i u- ,u
. x 2 J 4 lf
ur , , - X ,
Y'-7 -1 , 'W' L A ' -.I-f A IE
1, pf ' W 5' x , A
,W W! a 4 X vii N! x, l
x .H ,' i' ,S B I
Bennett, Bennett, Bergeron, Berglund, Berndt, Berrong, Bigoni,
Susan Terrea Karen Laurie Vickie Frank Judy
Bingham, Bishop, Blackman, Blair, Boland, Bonner, Boone,
Jerry Debra Cheryl Mike John Bev Lorilyn
Bowe, Bowen, Bowns, Bradshaw, Brady, Brauckmiller, Brauckrniller,
Richard Debbie Lucy Mary .lack Anita Kathy
' Bridges, Willard
.2 L V. l Brolliar, Susan
as V M b ' i Brooks, AI
ea- f -an
2 reer or fy. if
li ' l I 7 , i
., .r A 'Y K
l Brown, Carol
. Brown, Karen
A ., Brown, Ken
X 5 - ' A
' "-I 6 i r l Brown, Ken
- 4 X gi Buckley, Marilly
is typo' f
t fig '
. A will
Q 1 Lf hq 2
nw - , Mx Bs Buchanan, Mike
A Buell, Dave
' .4 Buker, Mary
4- V. - Bullard, Diana
' 5 "ls this a dagger which I see before me?" quotes Bill Piland
Sue Odberf stuffs stockings for Multiple Sclerosis Christmas
fl Q A
e K N
,A Qi, V
.,, , y
ff SK" w-f
4 i n ,i
4 - 5Zlfif153i'5
1- W 'Q'
gg.. ,,,,. ,,,,-aww
,W U ,ds 9,
1 , 4
F' r 14 1 as
A .1 , -15 if
,yr Nh. .. " -K
Q, N. - .
I, .6 in
.. JN, f
E31 I HHN
. ,wk b N
" Af' '
z fem 1,1 gif . "1
Chafterton, Childers, Ciri,
Lynn Vickie Ines
Cody, Coe, Cole,
Della Darrell Carol
Cooper, Cooper, Coppernoll,
John Patty Carolyn
5. ..,, N Q E
x ' i
-QQ' Sr rv
. 51,14 N, lg:
.iita tl 5 rw' ,
g' ,i Wi
4. HK if mi?
ii J '
C ,if , it
' f' sri, f
'AQ .. L N
ff J v
gat sf .Q 1
is nav J J' -,., 5
,,.. V A ,L-A--xg
1 ,.. If K
if .. X A ry J
affgf f it rc 4
of , 4 or
J :T C 'JP
Ja- .Sn he
Couture, Cramer, Cranston,
Gail Marsha Terry
Dalrymple, Darby, Darlow,
Suzy Richard Keith
Dickson, Diekmann, Dietderich,
Robert Jim Craig
At Finally Becoming
,F ,,,, 43
pt . .Q
-V f ' f l , ,
,, f Tk f
A g ya . LV Lv flu: :V
E' 'za i'iii
, J '-it , fi
., 52' E wg, If ,, ww 5 ,
' ii' ' 7 . . i if
3, V , ,,V,.:. V at
Locker check plagues Bryce Elliott and teacher, Mr. Johns.
, it 9
. Sac A
, it t,
-, X ,,
K - lui .- I le. '
wwlilhl fr '4 ,. I
Ho N yy C7 as I Qi,
l"Q 'Q 7' 'V
Af f , G4 o r
,ff --4' '
Q , 3 ' QV
-H' ' V - Q D- 5
,. sg lx" A L
it X y .LxL
.. ' Y r. fx
' vi 4' , . if
1 5, fr ,
K k"'hA all
Jlei K l xx 'I
I e . 2
4 - G 4 ,K .: r,
1 ffl .1 it V' -
l, " -,ff G 'fi x,79'-:F
gel 'gh' ,I G 'W'fj,l Vi K
L E lr 1-fwffg is X
V ' ax is, Q rs' ,G
, . H
,f is F
6 l 5 Ga
is ,Q A
cc G .
as - ev
Kia 1 '
Y J X
1 If l
1 ,r , 6,
WW f ' 'N L : W Q
V ilk: h z , ". t n w VK 1 .3 ,K
i I 1 K 4 if ' J
A 0 A g ft
Haussman, Hawkins, Haynes, Heidinger, Heiman Helmer,
Phillip Emma Rick Sue Lindo Kathleen
Hess, Herrick, Heuchert, Heumann, Hickerson, High,
Wayne Greg Joseph Donna Dedorah Ste-ve
Hille, Hofer, Hokenson, Holdiman Holland, Hollinger,
Randy Steve Don Leslie Katy Sharon
The Thrill Of Running
For A Student Body
'lf' ,Q fil
in , QW
ZA. 3' . I
J l 1.
P . 5
- '- 5' l'5 Z,
w ' J
,.- 'L X ' -fx 5,
XS., J , wx, - X
1' ' i - ,
a f 5-
w , 5. Q t gg "
. k ci r
'fr' K Q'
A . K ... rw. - fd
,. , Ja cj
Kleeman, Klenke, Kletzel,
Randy Kathryn Steve
Laiimodiere, Lang, Langdon,
Denise Bonnie Rick
Lewis, Leytham, Libke,
Terry Janice Debbie
nz? - . ,.
S , ieeie
ii ' i f
il K , , , .. .. X
Knapp, Koegel, Kolb,
Julie Dale Janet
Larson, Larson, Laws,
Pam Sandy LaVeta
Lind, Lindquist, Little,
Susan Brian Llovd
Trudy Walter ponders a scene from Macbeth
ig M-fp '
. l J
i ,.,,, ig.
, ef if
N... 3 1 .
-ft, X, ,V
J F ve M.
,iv f 1 ,.f' L
H , Ji f
1: ,fir l K
-. 1 .155-:W 55? ' , ,
Lunde, Trude If '
Lundgren, Jean im' V'
Luiz, Nancy A 'la' A '
. V '
' R 1?
, E AE
Lynn, Judy K ,
Lytle, Bob L
Madson, Cynihia -
Mallory, Vicci g A N ,S
Y . i if .gg
, -J e y
-. 6 ,K H, -:LS
g sm A , JV:
3 ,, , if i" u I 4 R
6 M K.
. , s e
X . 9
, fy Q
fc " .
Q xx . v
,. - 8
I 'J ,i
, M ir
Dave Rutan, Steve Jackson, and Jim Pinckard ham it up for
Art student, E
. URS ,
d Evans, sketches a cathedral.
, l flf
Q , tllli
t K ,QA '
' lk 'i t 't
l 'J' '
l l " X
. .. ,"N.'El 'llfl E- R .
... ,,., , prim ,fx Y A
Rauchenstein, Redfern, Reese,
Lowell Marilyn Craig
Ritter, Rivera, Roach,
Jim Rosie Orval
Ross, Roth, Rowley,
Terry Susan Randy
,xxx lr 4
I I X Y 7
1 , . .a I- -
. '. 'i ' , if-D' N I
Jig ' I ' 4 ,gr fl if T, ir
fgg , , 4 :
,7-H" f 'N '
lu 1, L '- M' .
J , h K
ltr. J "'
ive., r ll
2 1 it
Flower Drum Song
Chosen As Theme
Of .lunior Prom
. 5 ' - fx
' ,Q 'Nm
L f - up
.Mai A , 'T T-
Kathy Beaver paints an ashtray in crafts class.
A fi J a,
M. , R T
128 D '
,A A V. ... ,
P- '7 '
R so ua
1 J -1 .
. , . K
.. Q , 3,
B, -tx i
, li al .yI 'lf!Ln K "
Stark, Stewart, Stitch,
Greg Nancy Harold
Sunseri, Tciccogna, Tanory,
Jerry Steve Carol
Thomas, Thompson, Timblin,
Jay Nancy Kathy
,. ,A H
,. N. .. k t
t If l I 1
Q W 5
Awaited By Juniors
Fall Class Officers: Dave Hudson, President, Debbie Mealey, Vice President, Sharon Gallucci, Secretary, Bill Morgan, Treasurer, Matt Eaton, Publicity Chair
man. Sergeants-at-Arms, Betsy Stoutenburg, Beckie Lang, Kathie Fuglee, Janet Laprinizi, Patty Burgett, Mark Knutson.
To Levy Failure
The most important item on the agenda
of the fall sophomore class cabinet was
the success of Sophomore Week, Decem-
ber 4-8. The main event of this week
was the sale of class cards. Mr. Nelson,
the sophomore advisor, suggested a 25
cent donation be collected from each
card purchaser to bolster the treasury.
This became necessary when the school
levy failed and the administration was
forced to temporarily terminate the soph-
omore-class sponsored after-game dance
and a class sponsored assembly.
Sophomore girls' counselor, Mrs. Moore, checks student's completed questionnaire
Spring Class Officers: lSeafedl. J V P l
oann assar, ubicity Chairman, Kathy Fuglee, Secretary, Mark Knutson, President, Tyler Tsunemitsu, Vice-President
Sharon Gallucci, Treasurer. lStandingJ: Sergeants-at-Arms: Pam Francetich, Bonita Fredrickson, Don Wahl, Gary Turner, Shelley Fadness, Sue Miller.
Sophomore boys' counselor,'Mr. Nelson, checks Psychometric Laboratory for newest tests.
Succeeding President Dave Hudson,
Mark Knutson and the spring cabinet
of the sophomore class had two main
objectives. The first was to promote
school spirit among the growing number
of apathetic students. Next, the class
cabinet needed to raise more money.
Two highlights of the fund drive were
a rummage sale and a pop bottle drive.
To back next year's Junior Prom, the
cabinet planned a special assembly in
the auditorium. To cultivate more class
spirit, the officers promoted the final
home game of the basketball season.
Forward To Being
X if ,
- A r
1 ' Fig
iiflv- ' :E'i1t4
til P lil I lil
:F f A
rs, " .A
,. . 'W 'M
'f gf, ,
-3 I I B 'vw
: xslt ,
if it A, ' K A, ,,.. .jf Bacon, Doug Bisbee, Elaine v
in U M Bacon, Faye Blackford, Ron
Baker, Bill Blades, Larry -
Blair, Doug "" " I 4
' m y A , 1 ,C
arf' f W f 4 V
A 1- x r A 1
' 1? If 5 4
infant.-f,f .f...f-, Y, ml uv , 1
Boker, Michael Blonfcncrflrdb Del
B Id kv, h ens up, ave
BSN Lfzjchn O n Bliss, Marsha H ,
' Bokemeier, Scott , , .. 5,
-Q -3 tg. Q,"
in Y it 1' "
WW x if B' Y,
. ,tg 3 ,t
iz gk , -4 - Xa im..
XX, r, Af!
i ' 4
r F ,
l 1 f I
I Q' A
. r ' ill?
ve' at ,B 'e Q'
'-- I' ,iriq
'utfff f r,
f K K
Kris Horton and Sherry Hansen eagerly anticipate the devouring of gourmet
C mf '
X I B
rf .' 5516. ,,,,,, 4, .
W1 ' ' -
. - . .
L t - .. 1 ,sffr
I I I 'N
ggi . ..,.c ..:,,
,e .?'fz'f 2
I Q B
P vs- - , -
AS, ' ' Brown, Corrine Candiliere, Gail l
"H+,-4,i .wa Brown, Dorean Capps, Joe '
" ' Carman, Darlene '
V ,Q ,
2 l l' f f ' 'f'5l.f3' B
'.,.' Q X .4 '
. -1? h
'A gifs if if
s , -
. 1-4' 9
N l wall
L X 'll 2
V'--N .,,.4.v , ,
, Qi' V
,, N t
. ---if 5
iv , , ,wwf
:A tw Pb.. -
1 fi If
. -5 .
ll 'eh-1 .r
L2 'flew .
, Q, .
Sophomores, Michele Harvey and Glenda Connell, view current book display in
their Social Studies class.
'I V., ,Nl
S335 Q3 g
. ' ' 4
.v . ,
ef? Z .F ' ,-rf
, LISA.,-,I x.
'- 'iw K l 1 .
1-riilsaiwm 5 Down, Michael
1 Dugger, Randy
-in . Dumais, Leonard
ai ff J' ff
V Dunlop, Debby
53- Ig, H"
- gi - Cf
iw A is -
if E ,L
rf, E i
,- -, 1 ,Q W
, , f
N y . t X C
A 6, In in
I lam! Q km
'A 1 5 .W
.2 kk, -
l, . ,
Margaret Fisher and Diana Taylor, sophomores, sample prepared meal in their
home economics class.
1? k S
1' it f
U 'S 3
rt l F sft'
'Y -I l
iff F "
if 1 - so
it ' .4
3 1 v f,-i f
' as J
Nl 'V I l 2 l
N lia hz xxf W
fs , L
.nv c 4' I ,
A-A yi 5 'Q rr! l
x 5' f'f,:3'f i
. , , f
j A 1
, ' yds
Dr. Erickson Trophy
Eagerly Eyed By
Henick, Larry s
1 , i
. 1 .Ja
- V lb-
l l t . , V,
1' .. ,X
rf dp, rf
-- K 1: -.4
'X N -
Holder, Nancy ' l
.g V x
Hopkins, Marty I N ,
' ,ivrrhh . iv
A i M 'la V i
1 S W, V
Horton Kris K Q: 1 1 '
' r I ii
Howell, Janet -
. , no ea
lf, '33 " i
,,, K A-
v Y l
f 15125 l :.
Huke, Debi ., .
'll w ' ,. T' J
'l ..Qf1f'llii, 'E -'fi HH
, i e
w . 1:7 , uf
,F ,, I , ,
3 fs X, fi I
'I if A s
"' im s
l R ff
, W GX
, Ha l,
J 1 wg
Linda Bennett checks her book of short stories for a salient point in the intro
Activities Ancl Customs
Become More Familiar
During Sophomore Year
' Kraley, Donise
4 ,Q Kruger, Steve
.Lu 5' X L
K' EIL' ., B - i A fl -
1 s .
J . k -A
, I Y
' ' Landles, Michael
r - L Lindemuth, Jane
L 7 5 Y.. .Inv JN
H l I1
4'JbwGQ2 r rr, fl. J iii'
V Q ' Q
in , ' if
D 2 5
1 f Q
lQ'-'- :iw 4
ci nb. F, Y 4?
f,'l,Z'J - f
ll' ef I 4
. 14' 1 ,V
s W Martien, Vickie
' ' ' Martinolich, Bonnie
I xy QQ
: "'- 0 5
N ' Mather, Mary
. Miller, Penny
l - 4
.xx .fi lgx . 1- L ,
l 2 ft.
fl E urns
2 572555 'cyl'
Sophomores ISeatedl Aziz Faris, Richard Barhoum, Fresia Poblete, lStandingl
Faris Faris, and Jesus Wong learn to formulate English by playing Scrabble.
Osburn, T. M.
W- , Q . .
If , - .
Q 0 Q '
. X .. b
' l ff K' ' ' "
'Q - , i .' A
.gil il -.iii 75 r I
rf' wi, 7:-'5 lp-X' lm ' l ' "" ' ' V
tf' rmcnf. ., i 1 M l ' -- - ' ' J
Orme, Ron Payne, Bill G '
Ogbgrnl Nqncy Pearson, Janis
Osborn, William PSCl4, ViCki V
Peets, Alice "' ' W fu I 6 '
S -7, 5.3 4 NP
' ' i' wr,
1 - K I ' tis:
er V 'J
l., ,- .
' 2 s f
Y - .1 ,
J- l .5 6 5- K 4? i,5f, . as -
. ! , ix 1
Car Wash, Bake Sale
L' J. F
, .M 1
R xg ii
Ross, Steve X , ,
Rowley, Dorothy "
l "x 2 ,A
Roylance, Pam is 5
Ruddell, Roy ' M' "
Rundhaugh, Karen el 5
Germ Mike Baker sends the aliens out o
Coryell s lWestbrook Peglerl request,
V' , 0 f
' 2 ,cy
l S W
J A -.4
- M 1
,r xl A.
. it, f
. of K v
U.S.A. at correspondent Dean
St. Marie, Gordon
s tp: it
i I , Smurthwaite, Don
4 illiflfw Q
' Solari, Frank
T Speten, Cindy
.Q Q. W, 3
, Stofiel, Sandy
-bf, A Stokes, Mike
. -3 ' ,
11 , sf
ll is l an at li
Ready with the answer, Robyn Tinner flags the teacher's attention.
'll . L
- lv A ,,.. K 'D ,
me h uw' ht,
T ti I
,. ll S
x 76 A 'l
, S ,. , 525
" v55"'e,'1- ' lll A V' ll
.. Q. JJ
l n A
I . WA BN ' K
,, 6 " X 1' ,fx .
X l 161
1 -JW fn as
4 5 '
If flil fi? ,
. N R
il li S S
, 3 'sv
l , f it H
. 15 -i f A l l i
if r - i .4
Y , ri , S I
' 'i 1
. K ft, Q 5, 1
'ff J ,el
.:.A f ' if " f
P .. I 1 My
V , .K , Q . ww? V
. t ., . - ir: LR
, ,ff ' Pix
. f' f r
., ' -.Q:e':-1: f
H212-r'-vf"i .1 U "' '
W J M -. ffrrfvm
ijt -2 1'
if . if
, 1 G is
f - P- if, .wffnff
J ye , ut. ,K A' bl.. ,
', 57f:5" ' -s
Q 29 2. lftfiiiiif
Hr K X
Z 1 nr'
6 5 rmi
"Y Q- 1
K -A E K'
,X X ,
'3 C ' 3
. J - n
' i-ss ::..-PQ. ,Fr .f' 455'
' ,f5f3.'.- ' ' f, ' A
i ., ,, .,. , ,. ,
,, - , , M
1 - i l ,
lflffrei is. 3 ,,,,, 5.
2 ' gli
J A An
Q Q x
r so sift
- . il - -- A 0
Class Officers lSeatedl Joy Graham Treasurer Patty Ball Vice President Rick Schibel President, Terry Brock, Secretary, Sandy Harding, Publicity Chair
man lStandingl Sergeants at Arms Mike Ryan John Emra Debbie Stokes Jeanne Brown Barbara Hicks, Yoshiko Saheki.
Freshmen Learn Proper
The freshman class officers began their
term in office with one maior goal in
their sights. This was the drawing up of
a constitution which would serve as a
guideline for their class during their high
school years. The fledgling cabinet relied
heavily on Mr. Hashberger, their advisor,
to teach them the protocol necessary for
performing the duties of their offices. He
also aided them in thinking up such
money-making schemes as car washes
and bake sales.
,, tri .
A . 1
,y ' 4 1,
, .A A
l sp '
, gif 1
V,-Qs! ' A
. .L , 'f
if 'V .sly
"F sf ,,,, '
.A -all E N
l , x 2
neg. K La
s . ,,.,,. W4 L,
if s - it
Belott, Barbara - iff .,: : ' lgill' if
Benson, Margaret '
Berry, Urpha s, ,,, ' Q
W B B
-,LFS ,f B - 5.
I I fl,
Beswick, Bob H K
Bishop, Dan 5
B' Blackman, Janice f"
Blumenschein, Kathy M
fr Q 4- Nl,
Kathy McCauley snickers as Joann Hopper is photographed during English ' " 1 1 '5"'f'ti'E 'ffm
C , '- .. -VVA J 'Q'-A 4
.fn W 1 ,N , , V -1. -
AP' 'Q' P'
1' ff 'ii
x'-,,yi,l,s ir' t K
g,45if,,:5w . f f ' ' 1 "EE" r
, . .,
,.r,.'f r, Y, We-.. -
:IR at J
L' 4 VM E1 iw.
V, .ik V, . N5 A
. QL L 5 s q 'f ,y
F Ei ' '
- ' Nw' 'H
eb I J
sf- t ft
37" ff: ll? f
, lt 4 lti f
' 'Sf J ll tl ij
' f , r., 0
f M , 'Q Q 2' I ' 6- K
its my f
1 ' fri' ,
By First Year
C 0 0 ,A-Q
Callaghan, Camacho, Caravity, Carpenter,
Sue Dolores Torel Paul
Carr, Carr, Carroll, Cartee,
Cheryl Chris Lynn Nancy
Caton, Cavett, Cavin, Cavin,
Marily Orchid Patti Sheela
jfsligf s L, , J
if ax: ,f 1 .
1, s f
. . . W
if ! ' I
" ' -W Cole, Glen
. 1 ' 51 Cole, Scott
H 5 ' A E+ ' gl 35 Comstock, Terry
" is 3 ' ,Q ' Cook, Millie
' .1 l
D'Ambrosia, Mary Anne
De La Ossa, Margie
A a S ,Q
Craig, Ginger DeMartino, Bonnie " ' M '
., I K "" CrQ55,Bl-iqn DeVeiteo, Marcia i
1' ' , Cross, Steven Dierking, Dwight K 1" '
P ' ' " sw ' M Cubic, Eric Dietz, Kevin ' - . Q .- -
. , f 1 A .S .rw 1 . . k 1 1 I
wi V Y , f
t, 1Vf4 ?aa ,X if l
yi I 'Wistar , 0 .lf
5' Wg, Q t 1 . '
,, ,l rlffg Cunningham, Debra Dil-0fet0,Gref1 l
' 15lf'fi,1f"i 'r.'- Currin, Hope Dimotf, Dwvid
Cutler, Marty Dirks, Stan R I., ,.
, ' Dahlgren, Jerry D0eflV19,BfUC9 P , - ..
,gf ' ,Q C .,.. i i s - '
"" ' ,iv D. 13, ' A i
JY" V X 1 Ei gf E" i ,
, rift-5 ' f 1... 1
Doering, Falina '
l , Q ' , g Donaldson, Peggy
f x , . I Douglas, Debbie
'N 1 i Y
I ' 1'
' 3 D T' f
'III' 9 Ducham, Mike K
- Duggins, Lola Q 'L A
Duddington, Norm . i x
h , K Tx
' er , - tg -iffy
C ,2 Q'
Dunkljgnef .. .452- ff.. . f 1
Earnest, Dave , '
Eason, Ervin V, " 'E
. g ei
Y N l- .45
tx T ,gin
nf N l 'lit
Edgar, Beverly i '
Eheler, Barbara ' fi
Ehrig, Jim if 'f
ElI,.ludy '.,. .CKE
--Wea., f KA h s ' ,
A ' N X
awmwesmwv-was-vine ,.,. ,Q ,.C. ,,,, M , f jfljl,
Elliott, Gary ' gif ,i
Elliott, Jean We W
Ellison, Leatha K ' '
ttr, El t , J E L Q
, it ' -fx-Y
-":'9"x7'5. - 4. C. fiiifiiir.. Q J A - '
.1 -- :,,f:s-areas 1..C 15- . -W ' - ' 'f 2' ' . X A kg E ,
4 E it iii
Lollipop gives inspiration to first-year art' student Fred Faulkner as he "
works with Sherry Hansen to construct a pinch-pot.
l W Q ix
'v r , 5 bg
.4 , 1 .1 .-
x " 1' ' s
A-,A-. ' N., , 2
J ir' '51 - , is Q. xx' T
-1 J 5, t , f ,T :ffl
r-if K v A -I ml f ,, 'E ' .4
5' - 4. I I A l K
.1-4 K VV A "'
T, - - ,. :Q 3' W
A 'I , ,
f i 8 v s
,gg ' .A - 5 X
-:Z ,V fp
ing' J l l tw Us V
' i 1 cl.,
11 il fl-?SZfi'.
.,i A i " ' Vis,-gg
'lil ll i
D in F -o i.
:L J , gr
ee ! 4 ii i
, 1 fi if
J I " '
My I I X i ff b,,?g '
" I Ii : 3:22 '
-- . un
NA ,, 'V . 'll Q,
f Q i y ig ffl , 2
A s '. I' lf X AN 'i
' 1 of l ii
- A ag X F J
-1 fi ...
.. f A -Q
A ' ,.
1 A' qt
S ,J 0
f W f , ,
, .,:,,,-D .,
1 3, Q, ' U M:-4
X x g, - -
N -l ' .l + ,V
Emra, John Goodall, Rich " N
Eutsler, Bob Goody, Randy 'ell g
Evans, Joan Gordon, Janis fx, ,
Fein, Make could, Debbie , 7,1 ,.
"h' 5 1.3 i
Farley, Debbie Gould, Kim ! fe if
Farmer, Carol Graham, Joy .A J
Fast, Davidi Graig, Gene ': W-
Fastelin, Nancy Grays, Mike
Faulhaber, Susan Green, Richard . - '-
Federspiel, Debbie Greenlee, Mike ' .A - QL.. '
Filbeck, Linda Greenough, Bill ' ,ii
Finch, Robert Gross, Anita iv ji
V- sv r
x if '
Finch, Vivian Guffey, Patrick mf Q
Finnerty, Ron Gulliford, Phillip A ...
Finney, Steve Gunter, Dennis ' J
Finzel, Ron-nie Haapala, Jim 4. , y
g ,my uf T1
, A "Ml ff, I ' .
Ki". lj'Jf i - .. -'
Fish, Sharon- lil ' 1
Fitch, Joe A' 1 l
Flaming, Dale 4 5
Fontana, Patti 3, 2 'Q
Mary Anne D'Ambrosia and Lynn Vance eye the photographer as Glen
Cole concentrates on English assignment.
Orientation To High School
Occupies First Semester
4. l - '
, 'fl .
. 'j'-'. '- if
Y Us lr
1 el if' 4 1
, K, v
L., 4, 1
, ,E I
,I uv Q, : 'xg "
h' fu-i E: A . f sb
Jam. N ,
5 A ,lj
f-rh , 15, ,
,ts 2 '-f QL K .2
if H l , ll
, Huffman, Guy
Ingersoll, Roy Anna
J ,- f:
Q J- 'V
. . tl'
is f g
XXL- A .
egg 11 .C
S C '
F f it
--pg"l.'S' r, ffl
s JI: . ,
f f 1 l
,,,1 , eb
r -'tail' -
I 1 I" MQ! Lf'
. 1: o.,,v iff, j
.wif '.:TF?" 4 ' K
X 9 r ,
Que - - , '
"A-:iq 1' ..
flzlg L !
...U . ttyl
I I krf
f"'A5 -ws, '
' "Y .W-r, "'
ij, , , ' -
- - -. v Lg s s M ,
H 'A : r V' n
75' R i vm? r . . : A " I .L
if ' , L f ' 4 o'?'1g M755
N' f' 1'f"Q, , 'tw
.L . 'P' .W '
fi we 4' W
X no ,fox
L .N A ' -
,A , IV , V .Xt
. X V
-L J , roof,
Q fm 5f'4575,
'Qi L g et
r ,, if 'Ig Q
J . 1
f . y, .
R :fer f
Waiting to try out for J,V. Rally, Sue Miller and Sherrry Scorcio discuss their
chances for success.
Q g ,
wif' D Ji ,V
, , if
.. Q at
o 0 ,. Q
1 'lil 'V 'L
My i i "
L j 1 ti,
B. iii L
, ,, ,
' : .
'-H -f' s t
i .xl if M l
'al 21 , ff'
- Q! e .
Long, Lorenzini, Louie,
Paul Barbara Elaine
Lovel, Lovlien, Lund,
All Jean Cheryl
Lynn, Lyons, MacFarlane,
Bob Patricia Linda
, C R
,ii .4 2 if
I H4 . ' L, .
ff egg 1 3514 ,
ia- "L I
.X s X sl.
in I ' '
L ff' B..
le vm f
U .3 .
, fs I ..
BVS Q Q
Y' HW. 1
Q6 ' ..
,. f Q. '
R i ,, wr
A A k , '
8 XY, a
, , ai.. 2
, , .... i .,
fin, i -
. Effr - ,
i W, r
if-.4 "1'. '
., ' if f
Pak Man, Leong
Excitement Of Their
First Pep Assembly
e In , ,U if 1, 't .
i pp, -K ,
I ' " l
5 , V ,, , M mi
if Irv ,- fr. - 5.
" ' .' " ' fil-
. fi 29593 - - '
,ah .J w xt- ,
I P 0 mr
' 1 P .gy
4. 4' " A
,,f,, -.-u-.....,,... '73
fr .i g :-...vfgif if-Q
, ,Z ww
' " fe, T 9
o 1-W " W-.aw ---- - -f ,-
R if fel
5 , If in 9. 4:
'1 'i 'R -. '- ,f ' f
.- Q 2 - .if f iw' gf: -
,3 'r ...ge U ss-1' , - '. ff
ll J ' Alb.
Freshman fans watch with avid interest, wondering when their team will score
' Qual, Chris
I i' X
,1 , ., XA K.
x ,Ht l ts? ' ,
'X Ragnone, Roger
. g ti Raker, Lori
5 ,1225 . -
Rathkey, Ga ry
Q f ii
,, X V Y X., rf if
5 i l'
As Year Pro gresses
l , xr 'I V 1
if . if
X i' 'JO' ,V
,Q , K i
t w ' .
'mv ' ' '
, I nd ,
Q' inf f l 3 - ' 'Sm A fl
, f 3 7 , M,
.: ,. P ' 'e
I ' 'r
ln 2 1,
1 rn '
. I i
1, W or
Rick Brown focuses on roving photographer instead of South America.
N f '5 TRY 5
sw s t 1 1 1 I
i " ' ,
f' ' :ln
fn. l . o
. -14 ,o'
! 1321 ,Y-fl: - 'li
J eff if f i
si fi T r 'T '.
.ii J an 4 ,gf
if ' s
,474 'S .,
-,' 9 L J--
wt-c.... W Q
J h . 159
si A ggi? K Ml
Ed Sheets checks his box for mail.
Ed Sheets calls a meeting to order
Ed Sheets Heads P. I. L. Paper Drive
Ed Sheets, Student Body President,
best described his term in office as "The
Year of the New Tradition."
During the summer, Executive Cabinet
supported the "PIL" drive. They held a
paper drive which netted 351,200.00 for
the reinstatement of "PIL" athletics.
Two goals were set for the year. The
first, and certainly the most obvious,
was that Franklin should have as many
activities as allowed by the school board.
These activities included Homecoming
and the Candyland Dance. The tradi-
tional Candyland Dance experimented
on a new idea to encourage student
participation. It was suggested to make
the dance a dress-up dance instead of
semi-formal, The success of the innova-
tion will determine whether a new tra-
dition will be established.
The second goal was to urge students
to participate more in student govern-
ment. They more than accomplished this
from the first day ot school. Active dis-
cussions in all classes, led by student
council members, showed the interest
students had in activities around the
Marilyn Mizote, Mary Louise Ott, and Elaine Schibel discuss the 1967 Almanac
Senior Class President, Steve Grove, gives his
:f'f1,g-5: 'Egg-1, .pg
. f fx' -' N 5 " , TTT C ,lffi
iifsfvzcwff - so f if
Roger Kruse Elected Spring Student Body President
Roger Kruse informs the cabinet of plans for Safety Week.
Safety Week, March T8-22 was pro-
moted by the spring Executive cabinet.
The week began with a car check on
Monday, and continued with a written
test on Wednesday, the behind-the-
wheel driving test on Thursday, and
ended Friday with an assembly, and in
the evening a tree dance in the gym.
The cabinet plans to purchase a new
flag for the auditorium, paint the park-
ing lines, and organize a program for
playing music in the cafeteria at lunch,
during their term. They also plan to spon-
sor a Red Cross Drive in the spring.
Six student body officers from Centen-
nial High School were guests ot our
Executive Cabinet on March l. Their acl-
ministrators sent them here to observe
how our cabinet functioned. They are
planning some changes in their-cabinet.
Executive Cabinet Sponsors llBobes In Toyland"
Publicity Chairman, Elaine Schibelg Treasurer Mari-
Activities Director, Mr. Wox
Vice-President, Virginio Tyler, Secretary, Valerie Holmes.
AFM President, Mike McMurray: AGS President, Dana Zink
Class Presidents: Junior, John Riesenmong Senior, Dan Trincig Sophomore, Dave Hudson: Fresh
mon, Rick Schibel.
Safefy Week Promofed By Execufive Cabinef
Secretary, Kathie Ross, Vice-President, Phil Carroll.
Treasurer, Kathy' Pearson, Publicity Chairman, Jean-ne Bisenius.
AGS President, Lindy Johnston, AFM President, Paul Taylor.
A Je 1
Junior Class President, Cafhie Loprinzi, Senior Class
President, Steve Grove.
Freshman Class President, Rick Schibely Sophomore
Class Presiclenf, Mark Knufsen.
Student Council Haggles Over Dress Code
' The tall Student Council, led by Vir-
ginia Tyler, has considered a record
number of resolutions. With the help of
President Pro Tempore Steve Grove, Sec-
retary Janet Brown, and faculty advisor
Mr. Donald Holt, student council plunged
themselves into school problems.
The drawing up of a new dress
code received priority. Whenfthe T967-
l968 dress code, drawn up by the Exec-
utive Cabinet, was published in the
school paper, it brought criticisms and
complaints from many of the students. .
It was then voted on for acceptance in
Student Council, but was defeated. Vari-
ous resolutions pertaining to the dress
code, which include such proposals as
allowing bermudas and no socks for the
boys, and no set skirt length for the
girls, have been brought up for discus-
sion, but as yet a final decision has not
been reached. To enable the Student
Council to accomplish more, a sugges-
tion box has been set up in the main
hall. Meetings have been lengthened to
Fall Student Council President, Virginia - ' Fall Student Council Officers: Secretary.
Tyler allow for more discussion' Janet Brown, President Pro Tempore,
lFront Rowl: Jeff Furnish, Jerry Jarboe, Deryl Hudson, Jim Wirick, Jerry Bingham, Steve Grove, President Pro Tempore, Virginia Tyler, President, Janet
Brown, Secretary, Carol Anderson, Evonne VanCleave, Julie Rogers. iSecond Rowl: Ron Morgan, Terry Jones, Greg Grandy, Marshall Short, Phil Baldino,
James Vest, Jr,, Lucy Bowns, Mary Anne Ambrosia, Karen Neeland, Barbara Hollway, Janet Olayos. lThird Rowl: Nancy McElhaney, Judy Slane, Gary
Daniels, Robyn Tinner, Craig Whitley, Steve Harding, Al Weber, Joe Hankey, Rick Brown, Toni Malsey, Charmaine Kuch, Cynthia Welch, Bonnie Lang,
Judy Fazzolari, Karen Burrow. lFourth Rowl: Jeannie Lovier, Ron Hensley, Don Geven, Fred Johnson, T. Soxburn, Dale South, Susan Bennett, Rosanne
Van Veen, Sue Odbert, Cheryl Blackman, Donna Windquist, Karen Perkins, Sharon Gallucci. lFifth Rowl: Wayne Sharkey, Greg Wolleck, Leslie Cooper, Bill
Todd, John Struble, Mark Smith, Ron Roberti, Scott Anderson, Donny Wahl, Claudia Fuller, Jackie Miller, Linda Meller, Tina Eaton, Michele Harveyi. lSixth
Rowl: Mike Shaffer, Steve Nelson, Pat Guffey, Frank Demagolski, Lynn Swan, Doug Lambert, Steve Jackson, Brad Feammelli, Dan McElhaney, Roger Roisom,
Tom Taylor, Connie Hauskins, Judy Lee, Karen Lee, Marsha Coppernoll.
Dress Code Accepted By Spring Student Council
lFront Rowii Perry Hines, Dave Snyder, Mike Casciato, Not Identified, Dave Yamasaki, President Pro-tempore, Phil Carroll, President, Dana Zink, Secre-
tary, Patty Mills, Lorraine Miller, Janet Hartzell, Florence Randall, Jan Smith, Toni- Malsey. lSecond Rowl: Jim Woodcock, Bill Piland, Mark Smith, Dale
South, Rodney Hildebrand, Not Identified, Diana Newton, Diane Doig, Lucy Bowns, Pam Roylance, Not Identified, Not Identified, Margaret Benson, lThird
Rowlz John Gallucci, Gordy Weisenberg, Not Identified, David Moxley, Ted Ashkar, Harriet Sheets, Debbie Junker, Moira McBride, Not Identified, Lyn
Andrew, Not Identified, Tina Clark, Claudia Fuller. lFourth Rowl: Tom Taylor, Dan Keefer, Kelly Rutherford, Chuck Byer, Ron Orme, Not Identified,
Lynn Bruner, Kathy Timblin, JoAnn LaHue, Judy Johnson, Elena Sipp, Debbie Monaco, Jane Smith. lFifth Rowlr Harold Cook, Jim McDaniels, Not Iden-
tified, Don Hopkins, Mike Goodale, Not Identified, Not Identified, Not Identified, Not Identified, Judy Ell, Mary Wikander, Not Identified. lBack Rowl:
Brian Lindquist, Roger Moore, Alan- Giant, Kevin Jones, Lee Baggs, Not Identified, Not Identified, Jackie Miller, Sharon Gallucci, Linda Hopper, Joy
Graham, Christie Little, Not Identified, Curt Surf, Jai-mye Caruthers, Ny-Kee Monroe.
Spring Student Council President, Phil Carroll.
The Spring Student Council, led by Phil
Carrol, had an exciting year. Most of the
excitement was a follow-through on the
This code, after being revised by Stu-
dent Council, was passed by the Repre-
sentatives. lt allowed boys to wear ber-
mudas with long socks. Girls' skirts were
to be no more than three inches above
the knee. Girls could wear coulottes
with a flair.
This revision of the dress code received
criticism, not only from students but also
from teachers. Someday, maybe, there'll
be an agreement on what would be con-
sidered proper school attire.
The proposal to adopt an unfortunate
foreign child was passed. Next year the
Council is planning to begin this
Spring Student Council Officers: Dona
Secretary, Dave Yamosaki, President Pro
EPIX Featured AT AFM Assembly
AFM Fall Officers: President, Mike Mc-
Murray, Vice President, Paul Taylor.
Under The leadership of Mike McMur-
ray, fall AFM president, AFM Week
proved To be the most successful in
Franklin's history. During The week, they
earned a record of five hundred dollars
from The sale of AFM cards and slaves.
The slave sale alone earned seventy-
five dollars. The final event of AFM
Week was The special assembly featur-
ing The Epix. All who purchased AFM
cards were admiTTed to The assembly.
The men of AFM Took on several
proiects for The year. Among Them are
having a combo play during lunch hour
and having large Trees planted out front
along The parking lot on Woodward.
Last year, The men of AFM made
plans To buy a war memorial honoring
Franklin students who have died in mili-
Tary service. They are still interested in
The memorial and positioning iT by The
flag pole facing The school.
Another proiect is buying a new Amer-
ican flag and a new school flag for The
AFM Fall Officers: Secretary, Jon Rud-
dellg Treasurer, Nick Gattuccio, Historicn,
lFronT Rowir Norman Duddington, Dean Coryell, Mike Baker, Bill Ryan, Harvey Saloum, Gary Canfield, Jay Olney, Ralph Lorusso, Bill Otey, George An-
Dyke, Larry Smith, Mike Peck, Leslie Cooper, Jay Locke, Steve Soderquist, Dave Ellis. iSecond Rowl: John Jones, Jeff Oreste, Gary Turner, Dave Petrarca,
Dennis Harper, Richard Darby, Neal Orsen, Steve Bailey, Reese Hamer, Robert ltami, Dave Rutan, Jay Hopkins, Paul Rueck, Kelley Miller, Mike Woolfolk,
Tyler, Tsunemitsu. iThird Rowl: Mike McDonald, Gary Rathkey, Jan McLean, Bob Eutsler, Darrell Spacen, Dan VerMeer, John Andreotti, Steve Avenson,
Steve Beck, Jim Pinkard, John Cooper, Don Loomis, Rick Hallway, Frank Berrong, Rick Goldhammer, Bob Otey, Mike Casciato. lFourth Rowl: Paul Carpen-
ter, Rudolph Heuchert, Jim Pouiade, Lee Boroff, Keith Anderson, Wes Carson, Joe Beck, Roger Kruse, Gary Walker, Ron Lewis, Nat Flathers, Ron McCIena-
han. lFifth Rowl: David McFarlane, Rick Morton, Ken Rueck, Mike Dickson, Perry Hines, Dan Velarider, John Galliucci, David Austen, Gary Keller.
it 4' Q' 1 i
War Memorial Culminates AFM Projects
Spring AFM Vice-President, John.
Savory, President, Paul Taylor.
American Legion participates with
Drum and Bugle Corps, in the AFM dedication.
Spring AFM Histori-
an, Bob Marshall,
Treasurer, Nat Flath-
ers, Secretary, Dan
This spring term, AFM was led loy
Paul Taylor, President. His most impor-
tant goal was to promote interest in
AFM. One of the projects was the dedi-
cation of the War Memorial on March lst.
The War Memorial, consisting of a
marble plaque and four gumwood trees,
is in honor of former Franklin students
who have sacrificed their lives in the
services of our nation. Two ex-Franklin
boys have given their lives in the war
in Vietnam. Their parents attended the
services. The American Legion, AFM of-
ficers, executive cabinet officers, the ad-
ministration, and newsmen were present
for the ceremonies.
The last event of PauI's term ot office
will be the election of Man of the Year.
Fall AGS President, Dana Zink, Secretary,
Kathy Estes, Vice-President Kathy Pearson.
A.G.S. Publishes Paper
Small booklets explaining the purpose
and activities of AGS were made avail-
able to all girls ot Franklin tor The tirst
Time this year. Rules tor behavior and
a copy of The AGS song were included.
Each registration room elected a girl
to attend The AGS meetings and report
back to her room the plans tor upcom-
ing activities. Each Tall term one girl is
chosen to represent her class on The
cabinet Throughout the year. The Year
Reps for this year include freshman,
Pam McGuaw, sophomore, Jean Rivera,
Junior, Terrie Smith, and Senior, Susan
The AGS cabinet initiated a new idea
of publishing a small paper tor the girls.
This publication, entitled "Petticoat
Press," will give girls the opportunity to
submit stories or poems, as well as to
intorm them ot the upcoming activities
at Franklin and other schools.
The cabinet held ioint meetings with
the girls from other schools to exchange
ideas tor promoting interest and en-
thusiasm among the girls.
Fall AGS Treasurer, Brenda Metteer, His-
torian, Ronna Woodruff.
lFront Rowl: Janet Hartzell, Susie Baxter, Freshman Year Rep., Pam McQuaw, Sophomore Year Rep., Jean Rivera, Junior Year Rep., Terrie Smith, Senior
Year Rep., Susan Lang, Elaine Solliaga, Valerie Holmes. lSecond Rowl: Rei Sadamoto, Lynn Dixon, Vicky Peterson, Pam Roylance, Patty Mockenhaupt,
Gloria Wolford, Susan Stinnette, Sue Miller, Judy Oliverio, Linda McFarland, Joy Graham. lThird Rowl. Marlene Ikeda, Sue Head, Cathie Loprinzi, Glenda
Connell, Debbie Chapel, Debbie Junker, Pat Beck, Donna Heumann, Linda Heiman, Janet Kolb, Nancy Stewart. lFourth Rowl: Brenda Schmidt, Mary Skeen,
Patty Mills, Vicky Brown, Vicki Peck, Brenda Nielsen, Martha Vaness, Karen Lovlien, Billie Test, Filicia Gilliam. lFifth Rowl: Maureen McCamman, Barbara
Lorenzini, Mary Sirianni, Patty Ball, June Cochran, Jane Smith, Sandy Larson, Katy Holland, Cathie Moffitt, Kathy Andre, JoAnn Hopper. lSixth Rowl: Kathie
Ross, Marianne Allaert, Barbara Eheler, Sharon Fish, Cathy Ingham, Linda Johnson, Teresa Purpura, Hope Currin, Melissa Pettingill, Linda Sauer, Janice
Metteer, Rea Wheeler, Kathie Roberts, Sharon Sanders. -
AGS Hosts Hi Board Fashion Show
lFront Rowl: Miss Dundore, Advisor, Claudia Blake, Treasurer, Brenda Metteer, Secretary, Lindy Johnston, President, Janet Brown, Vice President, Susie
Deems, Historian, Susie Baxter, Sue Long, Senior Year Rep., Pam McQuaw, Freshman Year Rep., lSecond Rowl: Jonia Puppos, Toula Georges, Kathy
Kanas, Marilyn Mizote, Carol Monti, Deana Bullard, Pat Maloney, Evelyn Lushenko, Sherry Hansen, Sharon Willimont, Penni Schneider, Kaye Brown,
Kathy Holdi-man. lThird Rowl, Judy Hirsch, Linda Schectel, Joann Vassar, Vickki Wolff, Shela Ryan, Bonita Fredrickson, Patti Jeppeson, Nancy Noteboom,
Kathryn Warner, Kathy Goska, Dorothy Rowley, Anne Powell, Louanne Bowns, Mary Wikander, Nancy Kurkinen, Cheryl Jarboe. lFourth Rowl: Carol
Anderson, Elaine Robinson, Janice Giuntd, Shelley Fadness, Melissa Pettengill, Sheila Hildebran, Lonnie Kelley, Mary Mitchell, Donna Hopkins, Bonnie
Pearce, Pat Nemgar. Donna Heumann, Nancy Stoutenburg, Susan Odbert, Carole Nees. lFifth Rowl: Carol Curran, Pam Francetich, Gladyce Wymer, Darlene
Alfsen, Nancy' Taylor, Robin' Richardson, Lucy Lusk, Gayle Raymond, Delia Caldwell, Donna Cross, Marsha Ellsworth, Kathy Beltz, Barbara Copko, Lyn
Andrew, Karin Knoll, Lynn Smith. lBack Rowl, Gail Munkers, Kathy Baldino, Lori Trimm, Heather Beard, Carla Tweten, Peggy Donaldson, Judy Slane,
Susie Miller, Torel Caravity, Donna Lohmeyer, Denise Laiimodiene, Valerie Aboud, Vicky Taylor, Ealine Seaberg, Kathy Hausch, Donna Stickles.
Spring AGS President, Lindy Johnston,
Vice President, Janet Brown
Each year the major event of the
AGS is the Twirp Week. This week is
usually highlighted by the Friday night
Twirp Dance, to which the girls ask the
fellow, however, due to The levy failure
there will be no dance this year. Despite
this fact the enthusiastic spring cabinet
and representatives, led by President
Lindy Johnston, are planning new ac-
tivities for Twirp Week. The main money-
making project will be the Slave Sale at
which the men of A.F.M. bid for the
senior girls who are hidden behind the
curtain, showing only their feet. The
highest bidder has the girl for his slave
for the remainder of the day.
A.G.S. sponsored a Fashion Show put
on by the Hi-Board representatives on
March 8. The latest in spring fashions
were modeled by the A.G.S. reps. Door
prizes which included a charm bracelet
from Klein's Jewelers, a month member-
ship at Loprinzi's Gym, and a wiglet
from Wig World, were given away to
girls whose names were drawn at ran-
The cabinet is now in the process of
organizing the Big and Little Sister pro-
gram for next year's incoming freshmen.
Spring AGS Secretary, Brenda Metteer,
Treasurer, Claudia Blake, Historian, Susie
,Q ,M ,,
Dads' Club discusses support of Franklin clubs.
BOWLING CLUB: lFront Rowl: Dave Yamasaki, Sgt. at Arms, Dale South, President, Miss Knotts, Advisor, Rick Sauer, Treasurer. lSecond Rowl: Jeff McEwen,
Miles C. Anderson, Joy Wilson, Billie Test, Kay Crewse, Patti Hamlin, Lauri Wiatt, Lynn Tesdall, Rhea Goodwin, Sandy Thario, lSecond Rowle Alan
Anderson, Jerry McKeown, Ross Getchell, Dave Gardner, David Dimoff, Melvin Louie, Stan Dicks, Keith Todd, Gary Doering, Ken Palmer, Leroy'Sloan,
Bowling Club And Catalyst
CATALYST: lFront Rowl: Steve Turley, Fall Vice-President, Kathie Ross, Fall President, Mr. Sklenicka, Advisor, Derek Monroe, Spring President, Art
Frohwerk, Spring Vice-President. lSecorid Rowl: Mike Bell, Doris Chan, Chris Chummun, Harriet Sheets, Kris Gniewosz, Moira McBride, Claudia Bardt, Frea
Dierking. lThird Rowl: Jon Ruddell, Jim- Davis, Ed Sheets, Jim McDaniels, Jeff Furnish, Craig Parker, Jim Lau, Don Hildebrand. lFourth Rowlz Dave Slosher,
Den Alver, Ron Orm, Rick Sauer, Cleeve Parker, Gary Schlickeiser.
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION: lFront Rowl: JoAnn- LaHue, Fall President, Sharon Sanders, Fall Secretary, Sally Howell, Spring Secretary, Kathry Beltz, Spring
Vice-President, George Teeny, Spring President. lSecond Rowl: Mike Kingsley, Pat Hornbeck, Janice Kolibaba, Ivy Howel, Sharon- Nudelman, Margaret
Bruner, Suzy Harell, Karen Sowles, Ron Faulhaber. lThird Rowl: Mr. Grogan, Advisor, Rob Eaton, Kenneth McAloney, Jerry Getchell, Mike Cook, Roy
Mirenda, Tim Achison, Steve Lieb, Lewell Rose. lBack Rowl: Randy Camp, Dave Opoka, Bob Itami, Kelly Rutherfordil Paul Taylor, Jay Gregg, Rick Mier.
Disfributive Education And Friars
FRIARS: lFront Rowl: Roger Kruse, Fall President, Mr. Mabry, Advisor, Bob Schneider, Spring President. iBack Rowl: John Cavagno, Rudy Cosciato, Art
Frohwerk, John Gallucci, Ed Sheets, Derek Monroe, Dan Wright.
FUTURE MEDICAL STUDENTS: IFronf Rowlz Debbie Harmon, President, Miss Rizner, Advisor, Jeanne Addis, Vice-President, Donna Cross, Secretary. IBack
Rowl: Chris Schray, Janet Anderson, Allen Johnson, Tom Gay, Ron Orme, Steve Harmon, Janice Dolan,
Fulure Medical Sfudenfs And Fufure Teachers Of America
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA: IFronf Rowl: Sue Head, Fall Vice-Presidentp Sharon Willimonf, Fall President, Glen Caniparoli, Spring President, Marleen
Ikeda, Spring Secretary. ISecond Rowlz Calhie Moffitt, Craylon- Naylor, Valerie Aboud, Carol Fuglee, Sue Peck, Karen Lovlien, Linda Niiranen, Donna
Wolff, Joe Heucherf. IBack Rowl: Lynn Bruner, Elaine Sipp, Virginia Tyler, Michele Vulgaris, Lori Boone, Evelyn Lushenko, Gloria Rust, Florence Kraley.
KEY: lFront Rowl: Dan MacElhany, Fall Treasurer, John Gallucci, Fall President, Jerry Jarboe, Spring President, Gary Keller, Spring Treasurer. lSecond
Rowl: Jeff Furnish, Mike McMurray, John Cavagno, Rudy Ccisciato, Phil Carroll, Steve Grove, Rick Brown, Dan Wright. lBcck Rowlz Joni Ruddell, Jerry
Bingham, Nat Flathers, Roger Kruse, Perry Hines, John Savory, Bill Piland, Ed Sheets, Rob Schneider.
Key And Lambda Gamma
LAMBDA GAMMA: lFront Rowl: Linda Niiranen, Spring Vice-Presiden-tg Lori Boone, Spring President, Miss Wohlcl, Advisor, Kris Gniewosz, Fall President.
lSecond Rowl: Felecia Gniewosz, Doris Chan, Melody Conboy, Susan Price, Judy Patterson, Wynne Bergstrom, Nancy McQuaw, Linda Thamg lBack Rowl:
Kathie Roberts, Evelyn Lushenko, Lauri Patterson.
LETTERMEN: lFront Rowlz Carol Fuglee, Marilyn Mizote, Susie Deems, Gayle Stucki, Spring Secretary, Gordy Weisenberg, Spring Vice-President, Rudy
Casciato, Spring President, Dan Lanning, Spring Treasurer: Kathie Ross, Moira McBride, Mary Anne D'Ambrosia, Diane Foeller. lSecond Rowl: Judy
Fazzolari, Gerry Getchel, Gill Scott, Craig Smith, Glen Caniparoli, Dale South, Phil Carroll, Steve Grove, Anthony Huie, Dan Wright, Wally Gage, Claude
Des Georges, George Brown, Susan Brolliar. iThird Rowl: John Jenson, Mike McDow, Tom Stewart, Ernest lnclan, Dave Rutan, John Marino, Ron
Roberti, Da-rell Coe, Terry Carr, Mike McMurray. lFourth Rowl1 Jon Ruddell, Jim Lau, Kevin Jones, Dale Barnhart, Not Identified, Nat Flathers, Paul
Schwartz, Gary Hathaway, Roy Hoyt, Mike Varnell, Mike Pond, Art Wold. lFifth Rowl: Pete Moon-, Not Identified, Ron Canfield, Jim Woodcock, John
Gollucci, Bill Piland, Rick Robinson, Jim Keller, Not Identified, lBack Rowl: Dan McElhaney, Ric Long, Mike Casciato, Perry Hines, Gary Keller, Dave
Austin., Cleeve Parker, Ron Orme, Rob Schneider, John Savory, Dan Keefer.
Lefiermen And National Honor Society
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: lFront Rowl: Kathie Ross, Fall Treasurer, Sue Peck, Fall Secretary, Jeff Furnish, Fall President, Mr. Gehrke, Advisor, Ed
Sheets, Spring President, Mary Louise Ott, Spring Vice-President, Josie Feammelli, Secretary, Debbie Capperalli, Spring Treasurer. lSecond Rowi: Carol
Caniporali, Laurie Patterson, Sylvia Hillesland, Lynn Olson, Gayle Stucki, Susie Deems, Jeanne Bisenius, Doris Chan, Jeanne Schetel, Rick Brown, Dan
Wright, Bob Marshall. iThird Rowl: Ardelle Jacobsen, Jean Spurlock, Donna Winquist, Marilyn Utz, Jan Special, Michele Vulgaris, Jerry Jarboe, Rudy
Casciato, John Cavagna, John Jensoni, Kris Gn-iewosz, Dick Garvin. iFourth Rowlz Barbara Hollway, Cathie Loprinzi, Mary Gorsline, Marcelline Crisanaz,
Terry Coons, Donna Wolff, Dennis Blanchard, Jim Davis, Diane Royalnce, Barbara Ehrig, Joan Mammen. lFourth Rowlz Sue Head, Nadine Bunnell, Arlene
Richford, Sue Straight, Peggy Siegle, Virginia Tyler, Don Hildebrand, Bob Lytle, Turid Olsen, Sue Odbert, Lori Boone. lBack Rowl: Donna Cross, Sue
Heidinger, Jon Ruddell, Dave Austin, Ross Morehouse, Jim Wirick, John Gallucci, Roger Kruse, Rob Shneider, Derek Monroe, Joe Beck, Art Frohwerk.
PEP CLUB: lFront Rowl: Pam Francetich, Sgt. at Arms, Jerine Burgard, Treasurer, Mary Mitchell, Secretary, Miss Vaughnr, Advisor, Debbie Dodd, Presi-
dent, Shelley Fadness, Vice-President, Sherrie Primmer, Historian. lSecond Rowlz Karen Zaleski, An McBride, Judy' Lee, Nancy Kurkinen, Heather Beard,
Debbie Hinkle, Nancy Taylor, Susan Swain, Pam Stady, Donna Scopacasa, Donna McClure. lThird Rowl: Darcie Phillips, Rebecca Henderson, Marlene
Wright, Darlene Caldwell, Terrie Hicks, Nancy Hayzlatt, Kathy Baldino, Linda Vance, Chris Carr, Kathy Holdiman, Janet Anderson. lFourth Rowlr Colleen
Callaghan, Marilyn Barnhart, Judy Ell, Donna Baldwin-, Juanita Rivera, Karen Baisinger, Sibyl Christensen, Karen Barnett, Marilyn Catan, Margaret
Benson, Vickie Scales.
Pep Club And Pleiades
PLEIADES: lFronrt Rowl: Gayle Stucki, Treasurer, Turid Olsen, Vice-President, Marilyn Utz, Presidentgl Virginia Tyler, Secretary, Josie Feammelli, Historian.
lSecond Rowl: Sylvia4Hillesland, Michele Vulgaris, Kathy Kanas.
SIGMA PHI ALPHA: lFront Rowl: Sally Warner, Fall President, Mr. Pancheau, Advisor, Susan ltami, Spring President. lSecond Rowl: Kati Warner, Debbie
Darnell, Phil Baldino, Sylvia Hillesland, Claudia Bardt, Rhonda Hunnel, Susan Roth, Debby Dunlop. lThird Rowlf Virginia Murphy, Elaina Sipp, Charolotte
Rickard, Jolene Schuette, Donna Hesson, Evelyn- Lushenko, Margie Harrington, Scott Hill. lFourth Rowl: Glen- Caniparoli, George Hill, Dave Thompson,
Larry Ruddell, Jim Wirick, Jay Thomas, Cliff Lewis, Rick Sauer, Roy Bennett. lBack Rowl: Edt Rolin, Doug Gillis, Dave Austen, Bob Lytle.
Sigma Phi Alpha And Youth For Christ
YOUTH FOR CHRIST: lFront Rowl: Linda Johnson, Vice President, Jim Davis, President, Duwana Johnson, Secretary, Kathy Beltz, Treasurer, lSecond Rowl:
Jeanne Addis, Lorenene Hawkins, Carol Brown. lBack Rowl: Debbie Douglas, Karen Lindley, James Lua, Lela Leirmo, Diane Kaski.
iii W W
Che Glory af Action ,...
lFirst Rowi: Glenn Caniporoli, Cliff Nail, Bob Gross, Randy Kleeman, John Narino, Don Loomis, Kevin Jones, Mike Casciato, Ken French, Anthony Huie, Jay
Hopkins, Steve High, Ron Canfield, Rudy Casciatidj Gordon Weisenburg, Robert ltami. lSecond Rowl: Allen Grant, Pete Moun, Ken Rueck, Roger Roisom,
Dave Snider, Dan Keefer, Dick Garvin, Steve Hofer, Randy Miller, Terry Carr, Paul Schwartz, Randy McLean, Dave McFall, Mike McMurray, Art Wold, John
Struble, Phil Carroll. iThird Rowl: Chet McClure, Dan McElhaney, Rick Long, Bob Kickson, Terry Ross, Dave Austin, Ken Bolder, Dan Velander, Nat Flathers,
John Gallucci, Marshall Short, Dave McFarlane, Bill Piland, Gary Keller, Mike Pond.
Long Practices Produce Determined Team
Long pre-season practices combine
with good coaching by Coach Wal
Buckiewicz produced a determined an
spirited '68 Varsity Football team. Thi
year, because of the number of hig
schools in the city, the different teams
had to be divided into separate groups
with the winners of each division meet-
ing in a play-off game for the chami
pionship. Along with separate divisior'
competition, each team played a numbei
of pre-season games to balance thi:
schedule. Franklin's team started witl
two pre-season wins against Jeftersor
and Lincoln high schools. With these
wins under their belts, the Quakers wen
into the regular season games with higl'
hopes and determination. The team cul
minated the season with a 4 win, 4 los:
record, bringing to an end a tough sea
son with rough competition.
iBottom Leftl: Quarter back drops back to pass.
iTop Rightl: Franklin defenders overcome opponent.
iCen1er Rightl: Franklin offense finds a break in the
line. lBottom Rightl: End sweep gains valuable
i R' ,. 1-
' f Q Q
5 i E ' L' -4,1 Q ' X
'y .QL M
1 ,a 5
2 NF '+ M-fvqwf
- A -'.' .Sag x 5 Q, gg, .
L 4 "
. QV 5' '
' I, , aim' 'M X ff 'LLA
, . . ,,
uk b'M. 5
-wk . A X NTL, 4 mmm rf.. - SN' 'V
Q X aww,-f Q " '- K
Q,,D,.,g,f.pw-vm0lx.,' ,.4ww'- 'f ' "
all - , ' - . - .
' 5 f 'iq' Q , ' Q sf
' X ' 1 s gkw 1 pf 0 """ A
' r QQ 5 A -K ie: 9' X 5 ' ' . .
I ' l l 4 A , U N V .,. . ' .., .
x 5 Y. A
..,. K- '5-
, , .
' 'Tins H
- W. - .....,.-V V My
T I. Ahsl
lTop, from Lefr, both pagesl:
lBo'n'om Leftl: Player takes a
break offer muddy first quar-
lCenfer Rightlz Quaker caught
behind lines by opponents.
lBo1Tom Rightl: A break in the
line gets big yardage.
, .Q lk
Lead The Team Wifh Dedicolfion
lFirst Rowl. Coach Elmers, Ed Rally, Rick Hollway, Mike Goodale, Mark Wyatt, Tony Westom, Del Cullisom, Ernie Inclan, Kent Seymore, Don Hopkins, Tod
Halberg, Coach Nelson. lSecond Rowl: Jim Pinckard, Cliff Lewis, Paul Rueck, Don Gullitord, Greg Grandy, Mark Knutson, Joe Heuchert, Frank Granstrom
Ron Ducham, Tom Johnson, Ken Gunter, Kerry Beniamin. lThird Rowl: Terry Jones, Steve Peterson, Jan McLean, Tom Austin, Loren Hamar, Gary Turner, Ro
Naught, Gary McGuire, Pat McGarlane, Doug Gilies, Paul Pavlich, Larry Jones, Steve Smothers.
J. V. Compile Excellent Record
Jr 9 1
r ' ...,,. r.. ,
AWE, ff .. C'
, 6 9- ' .
. 27,4 . pt 4 . A
1 Q, xv , , .
, ", 1 ,
' Y ' l A ,V
1 f K h
-- ' 11.
A ' 'Q
F, Qi 4 8
i 1 9
ll i lit iri r .. Q
11" in H
P' ', .
fe 'V 4 '
1 L ml r C . .
. f ef mr ,.,, I , , -. w
7v5.3,,,,.,.., if ' fr,
5, ,, 1, .A H ff , .S if ,
..:... , no 1 I
it 'ir' f.'f.'fw.g1 'r". fr ' '
"M f 4' i
.. V, rf A f
9 . .. D ,V ,,, .
This year's J.V. Football team com
pleted a successful season under th
leadership ot Coach Hal Elmers. Strenu
ous practices combined with scrimmage
with the varsity team built a prepare
and determined J.V. team. The J.V
teams this year, like the Varsity, wer
divided into divisions because of th
number of schools. Upon taring well i
the pre-season games, a determined J.V.
team went into the regular season game
high spirited. The J.V. terminated an
excellent season with a 6 win, 2 loss
This page, lBottom Lettl: J.V. defenders stop of
fensive cold. Opposite page, lTop Rightl: J.V. pas
attempt stopped. lCenter Rightl: Quaker brough
down after large gain. lBottom Rightl: Quaker'
line holds strong.
iFront Rowl: Darwin Rasmussen, Paul Burkenbine, Jim Pouiade, Larry Hall, Mike Santangelo, Gary Rathkey Allan Weber Dan Hall Greg Parrish Elmer
Boroff, Greg Keller, Bob Eustler, Rick Schibel, Bob Zeilsdorf. iSecond Rowl: Jim Olsen, Dave Kidner Rick Brown Rick Baugher Jim Dunn Dennis Bodeman
Dan Bishop, Paul Lambert, Jim Brady, Chris Ball, Bob Lynn, Craig Mullen, Bill Bush, Jim Ehrig, Wayne Michigami iThird Rowl Jerry Dahlgren Douq Guinn
David Dimoff, Mike Schaffer, Rudy Heucherct, Mark Holifer, Dennis Stith, Steve Nelson, Brian Cross Jeff Hill Tracy Hawkins John Emra Aaron Koehler
Verncn Bacon, Alan Sweet, Felix Godoz, Chris Qual, Dave Olsen.
Frosh Complete Undefeafed Season
This year's 'freshman football team had an
exceptional season, Except for a tie with
Grant, the team was undefeated. These re-
sults surprised Coach Burri. When the season
began, the team was in poor shape, but
their intense enthusiasm and marvelous de-
sire 'to win rallied them to success. To make
a good team there must be real devotion
to the game. "The freshmen really have it,"
stated Coach Burri. This rang true as the
frosh racked up a total of lO4 points while
holding their opponents to 30.
The team strength sprang from their abil-
ity to score during any and every ganne..The
defense knew this so they held the other
teams from scoring,
The frosh elected their own team captains:
Jim Pouiacle, Greg Parrish, Greg Keller and
Bob Eustler. The two top scorers for the
season were Dan Hall and Greg Keller.
.arf 1' i. Q'
Q- Wi-tis -
Rifle Team Explodes
J ox Girls On Team
fTop Leftl: Quaker Muskets practice for upcoming meet. lTop Rightl: Rea Wheeler draws bead
on target during rifle practice. lBottomJ: Judy Jones and Jean Vincinguerra check the accuracy ,
of their practice shots. l
Judy Jones and David Ball practice at Marshall in-
door rifle range.
lFront Rowl: Gene Craig, Tom Geimer, David Ball, Bill Jones, Coach Davis, lSecond Rowlz Judy Jones, lna Essy, Jean Vinciguerra, Rea Wheeler, Joe Jones.
lThird Rowlf Keith Anderson, Jay Thomas, Dana Hill, Marshall Short, Mr. Floyd Jones.
Freshman Team, lFront Rowl: Dave Earnest, Dave Smith, Mike Priestly, Tom Herd, Bob Knutsen, Jim Brown, Mike Lockhart, lSecond Rowl: Pat Wood
Zilk, Billy Haynes, Dick Green, Jim Shields, Stan Gish, Doug Roylance, Craig Osbeck.
D. Green J- Zilk D. Smith P. Wood M. Lockhart
Frosh Ancl J. V. Runners Produce Successful Team
F- Frflncefich J. Jensen E. Casiaro K. Kibe G. Pussmore
Junior Varsity Team. lFirst Rowl: Keith Kibe, Jon Ball, Gary Passmore, Scott Hill, Allen Johnson, Jim McHenry, Floyd Francetich, Dan Wilson, Jerry
lSecond Rowl: George Brown, Jon Jensen, Stan Kadolph, Don Smurthwaite, Bill Green, Tom Gay, Dale Brosius, Dean Bassinger, Robert Wood.
, Dave Rutcm.
This year's cross country team started
successful season with a spirited team
nd grueling workouts. Coach Len
heele combined speed building drills
ith endurance building, long distance
ns in preparing the teams tor this
ar's competition. Hard work, tough
mpetition, and sound coaching by
oach Scheele were not in vain as the
rsity placed 7th in the city meet, the
nior varsity placed 6th inthe city meet,
nd the freshman team placed 5th,
Rowl: Jon Ruedell, Ed Casizto, Jett Oreste, Dan Lanning, Mike McDow, Tom Steward. lSeconcl Rowl: Coach Scheele Doxe Moxely Joe Jones Dale
lCenter Rightl: Dan Lanning. lBottom Leftl: Jon Ru-
dell. lBottom Centerl: Dale South. lBottom Rightl:
lFront Rowl: Roy Ruddell, Mike Ducham, Jim Keller, Gary Koch, Mike Davis, Bruce Heath, Sam Yaconetti, Jim Brown. lSecond Rowl: Bruce Harvey, Dale
Barnhart, Walter Kubli, Kevin Addis, Clark Wolf, Arthur Raphael, Craig Whitley.
lFront Rowl: Kathie Ross, Mary Anne D'Ambrosia, Roberta Henderson, Chris Reverman, Barbara Gniewosz, Torel Caravity. lSecond Rowl: Phyllis Weaver
Debbie Densem, Nancy Hodson, Moira McBride, Leslie Adams, Debbie Super.
Strenuous Practice Rallies '67 Swim Team
This year's varsity swimming team
has high hopes tor future competition.
The boys were much better swimmers
than in previous years. The team had
only one senior, and since the boys
always continue to improve their skills,
the prospect tor the coming years looks
even brighter. The same held true tor the
girls. Although their team was small in
number, they had a great deal ot poten-
tial, and, like the boys, improve with
strenuous practice. This year's team has
shown premature signs ot their success
for the future.
Chris Revermari and Craig Whitley swim breast-stroke in competition.
A f V ,,,y.
,.-'-.A,.:- . X.
- ,- ' s '-- x ,
. .Q X 5 X
, ' .,- fp ' '
t -'V' ln, .-W' ,5 Q., K 5.
. wait. -v:f,5,, . b ,i 5, L
' .. . -,
. t ' A
- s ' v
L 1 .
. - rm
r - -
4 , ,
59' . gps'
1-'41 QT." 5-1"-if..
M , ,I . .af
Q, , :A ,
?+.?A3Y yn .659 5L..3i.u., espn .
'Ng 1 f ' ' f -
, N an M 4
v 'QR 11,
-M , t
7, -..r."'ML 4'
.K ,-,,,-.-gf! -h-"
:3"' 'ffl - u-1, gr-
.Q fbi: .--.-0.1552 bv
K .-,., f -- -:Q ,,.,
..,,,, 1. v
, ff . ,f ,ef
5 x .r
6 , , 7.
'22, ' nf xrzxg. L.
sm. , ,-
S ,. , ,4 -.-
, As ,V - 'J
I js: ',"4,ig.
.' ,,Y?A,v.yX r
I ge' '
' .-.. '
1 ' y
.. ff, . . 4
- MLA N 'r ,.,, ,
k W pta, " ' I 5 I 1 Aff'-1
, K . x .IP
1- - Q . 1 '
if . A ii'
--,.-,A .5 -, .- .
P ' , 4 'f,,,i!0f:1:,
' 'ff ' ' 1, f'
, 3 4, -S, Y. MQ,
S3 Y gf .LJ-s J
LQ -. -'v '
, . ,. ' K ,A VE: ff -I
g, W -Q W wrvg, A, .wr
Q ' ,,---,, --Q "
,,,.,-i' 'V 5
- . s
Q? 3 Q
. i-idx' x -'f , si 5 g r A
f fx as 1
k U , Q56 ts:
' -1, Q ga
W, .4yuw.:,-..w-4w...,, ,MM ,.A,.x,...
.. -bmw-'fmgirlmx -L.. kk
V ' ' , ,. L
Q D 5i41.j"k ' A .
1 g '
b L ip If 9
lk' ' .
I 5' ,gf
' r 1 s w Q SJ
fx ' A . , . fi? , M
' .. . , 5, 2. 41 xx
'Q V 1. X, 5
' X. 'ex K A
l . Q, 5 V , -Y K
af' A ' 'K Y -.L
1 ' , ,. -X, . .
Kyiv, ' A , . . ..,8......m.- ........m ..
'K K ' ""'Ws'i4?,g!f5?5.'lYil5':i-x gig, I
' . . x
I5 I ' ' . 'ff'
. 5 -- Q - 7 7
. . I
Spirifed Rally Supporfs Defermined Team
Members of wrestling rally prepare To meet Sonia in skiT To iniroduce wrestling rally ouTTiTs.
An aTTer school assembly Took place
lasT spring Tor The purpose of announc-
ing, The New members of The TooTball-
wresTling rally Tor The Tall of The T967-
i968 school year. As soon as school
was ouT and-The summer vacaTion had
sTarTed, The girls sTarTed pracTicing Their
yells and dances. They pracTiced an
average of Three or Tour days a week.
ATTer The school levy was deTeaTed Tor
a second Time, in July, all The rallies in
The ciTy goT TogeTher To elecT one mem-
ber of each rally To represenT Them on a
commiTTee To organize The "Save The
P'lL" drive. Franklin's represenTaTive was
iunior Judy Fazzolari. The girls Took
Two or Three weeks off from pracTice To
help in The drive. They wenT Trorn door
To door solicifing Tunds, and worked on
an all-ciTy car wash and dance.
9251,-,N , .,..
,se ta Nm,
llineelingl: Judy Fazzolari, Steve Grove, Rea Wheeler. lSTanclingl: Diane Foeller, Gayle STucki, Sfeve Jackson, Lynn Chafterron, Susie Deems, Nancy Sfoutenburg
Varsity Basketball Team: lLeft to Rightl Del Cullison lManagerl, Ray Hoyt, Roger Roisum, Bob Shields, Dan McElhaney, Dan Velander Bill Todd Jim Shields
lManagerl, Jim Woodcock, Rick Long, Rob Schneider, Byron Lindholm, Mike Varnell, Jim Winters lCoachl.
Varsity Basketball Players Have Successful Season
This year's Varsity basketball Team
had an outstanding season. Although
their won-loss record vvas not as well
as it could have been, all The boys on
the Team agree that it was an invalu-
able season as far as experience was
concerned. Among the outstanding sen-
iors vvho contributed to the success of
the season were Dan Velander and
Byron Lindholm. Outstanding iuniors
were Rick Long and Dan McElhaney.
Coach Winters confers with boys at half-time
y Q SY, -f wi -43 !
Coach Hashberger Trains .l. V. Maplemen
MANAGERS: Rodney Hildebrand ond Rick McDonald. Team: Doug Burgurd, Cliff Lewis, Mark Knutson, Pot McFarland, Dove Buell, Steve Peterson, Steve
Smofhers, Curr Hansen, Doug Gillies, Paul Pcxvlick, Don VerMeer, Jon- McLean, Dove Smith.
l " ' ' f-- ' I ' - 4
1.10 1' ' "
gif ylffflfy 'X -:wv.'L L--
ffl' 3 ' - 4 . le tl'EQff cr- . .T .ffl 1'
'tim , 1 N' MF N '
1 wf.Jx1 'V' ' . '
vw ' T S2 A x 1
. X f- J '. 'X -x ff - s ,M 'Q-.Q f 'xl
Ms rf .Q 3 X s A K 5 A i A
, K r'f'fNi -"' L 1' X K '
lm., 3 5 .4 J N , i I K . I y L Al ,. L
hnui-nl Q1 'l
lFront Rowl: Steve Cross, Larry Whittkop, Grey Dioreto, Jim Dunn, Mike Santangelo, Jeff Holland, Rick Brown, Brian Kelly, Mark Holifer, Jim Schuette.
lSecond Rowl: Paul Carpenter, Jeff Hill, Stan Gish, Ken Rodd, Bob Beswick, Rick Schibel, J.im Shields, Dan Bishop, Steve Roos, Pete Moon. lThird Rowl: Bob
Zielsdorf, Allen lnahara, Tim Dremen, Paul Herrmann, Pat Wood, Jim Elston, Jeff Zilk, Bill Lewis, John Wakeman, Alvin Payne, Brian Cross.
Franklin freshman B-Ball player goes for jump ball.
This year's Freshman basketball team
had a successful season under the lead-
ership of Coach Willis. This year's Team
fought a hard season with continuous
preparation. The team's success in gain-
ing important skills and practice can be
attributed to the determination and spirit
of the Frosh team. This year's Frosh
B-Ball leaves great prospects for the
iFront Rowi: Dave Ellis, Jeff Moffit, George Andyke, Gary Hathaway, .lon Ruddel, Floyd Francetich, Jay Hopkins, Steve Lieb, K. C. Jones, Mike McMurray
Randy Kleeman, Cleve Parker, Ken Bolder. iSecond Rowl: Scott Hill, Don Hopkins, Keith Kibe, Jeff Burchell, Ernesto Inclan, Nick Gattuccio Paul Schwartz
Gary Ball, John Marino, Ken Brown, Mike Pond, Tom Austin, Dave Austin.
Varsity Wrestlers Take P.l.L.
This year's Varsity wrestling team
finished number one in the city. Under
the leadership of Coach Burri, and the
strong determination of the boys them-
selves, this season produced one of the
finest wrestling teams Franklin has seen
in years. This success was due mainly
to, hard work, much team spirit and
outstanding efforts by varsity wrestlers
Ken Bolder, Jay Hopkins, Mike McMur-
ray and George Andyke. However, the
season did not go without a mishap as
early in the season varsity wrestler
George Andyke suffered a dislocated
Franklin can be proud of every single
team member, for outstanding efforts
by all were required to make Franklin's
'68 wrestling team number one in Port-
lTopl1 Hopkins and Andyke practice wrestling tech-
niques. lCenterl1 Dave McFarlane prepares to pin
opponent. lBottom Lefttz Ken Bolder and opponent
square off for match. IBottom Rightlz Jay Hopkins
breaks loose from opponent.
Opposite pagep lCenter Leftl: Steve Lieb attempts to
maneuver opponent. fCenter Rightl: George Andyke
tries to offset his partner's balance. iBottoml: Randy
Kleeman turns his opponent for a pin.
Coach Burri shows John Marino how to successfully avoid getting pinned.
Japanese All-Stars Highlight Wrestling Season
lAbovel: Japanese All-Stars enter gym prior to match. lRight,
ToPl: Franklin wrestler breaks down Madison opponent.
lllight, Bottoml: Keith Kibe prepares for second round against
an 0' "
vw I V I
lFront Rowl: John Ball, Jerry lkeda, Ma-rk Wyatt, Gary Keller, Bruce Clow, Richard Niironen, Gary' Schneider. lSecond Rowl1 Mike Buchanan, Ed Roley
David Dexter, Brain Gattuccio, Thomas Taylor, Rick Holloway, Terry Jones, Gary Willet.
J. V. And Frosh Grapple With Fundamentals
lFront Rowl: Greg Parrish, Lee Boroff, Darwin Rasmussen, Greg Keller, Stacey Delazerada, Dennis Ward, Robert Lynn, Kenny Ward, Tim Wilson, Stuart
Yabuki, .John Robson. lSecond Rowli Allen Weber, Aaron Kochler, Mike Schaffer, Mike Ryan, Doug Guinn, Lee Beggs, Wayne Michigami, Jeff Schroth,
Allen Sweet, Ernie Hiday, Steve Soderquisf, David Ball, Miles Anderson, Tom Herd.
Season Early With
Of J.V. Rally
This year's varsiTy baskeTball rally
started The season by introducing Their
outfits in a ioint assembly with The
wrestling rally and J.V. basketball rally.
Preparation Tor The season began lasT
summer when The girls held Their prac-
Tices. They worked wiTh The other rallies
in The ciTy on The "Save The PIL" ciTy
wide car wash and fund drive. After
school began They organized The J.V.
rally eliminations and Try outs and
helped Them get sTarTed. As a geT ac-
quainted project, The Varsity Rally had
a banquet wiTh rallies from other
Rally girls Darlene Harris and Brenda Metteer rest between yells.
lGirlsl. Brenda Metteer, Carol Fuglee, Susan Bennett, Donna Faucett, Darlene Harris, Kathy Helmer. lBoysl1 Vince Murphy, Dale South, Doug Lambert
lTopl: Susan Bennett, Kathy Helmer and Donna
Fawcett do dance routine during game. lLeftl: Var-
sity rally performs "Give 'em the Axe" chant.
lBottom Lettlz Susan Bennett does the splits at ci
pep assembly. lBottom Rightlf Rally members re-
veal their new outfits in a skit.
. A I
L . A
After the eliminations, each finalist
trying out for .l.V, rally presented her
own routine to go with a yell from the
yell book. Each girl tried out separately,
then all twelve performed collectively.
The six winners were announced in an
after school assembly in the main hall.
The six girls who make up the rally are:
sophomores, Kathy Fuglee and Patty
Smith and freshmen Terry Brock, Patty
Ball, Carla Tweten, and Susie Miller. The
girls began their practices immediately
and drilled every night until the season
began in December.
The unveiling of their outfits came in
a ioint assembly with the varsity rallies.
Maroon iackets with white trim and
maroon and white box pleated skirts
composed the new uniforms.
Before each game the girls bought
each member of the team a treat.
Q , g r lvl!! A W f F, , g ' 4
wg., ..' I lf' , ,Wf" 3 T , , 5 if V
5 fm il V .fss W. ' - ' 'Q'
. ' . Q f ' g ' in gi:
'i , , '...f Y .gg f
., . - " 1 F 'G
it , 'Q' st ' H A
wi kg . U
if. X 5
Spirited rally whirl through active routine at J.V, basketball game
lLeft to Rightl: Kathy Fuglee, Susie Miller, Patty Ball, Terry Brock, Carla Tween, Patty Smith.
Gary Vigna, Jerry Ikeda, Mike McDonald, Ron Morgan, Dave Dexter, Dan Wright, Mr. Fleming, Roger Kruse. Ed Sheets, T. Osborn, Bob Brandt, Ted Maloney.
Early Selection Prepares Teams For Full Season
lFront Rowl: Mr. Laughl.in, Linda Schmidt, Teresa Walsh, Donna Pitzer, Mary Sirianni, Charlene Clark, Susie Miller, Judy Sling, Gloria Bennett, Urpha
Berry. lBack Rowl: Christy Little, Debbie Stokes, Gwenn Godsey, Carla Tweten, Robbin Shulton, Anita Brockmiller.
, 4 . . .:,-'zxiiifl . . .4 .1 - , A l
lFront Rowl: Mr. Mabry, Dan Gish, John Mather, Jim Lcii, Rick Sauer, Jim Dunn, Allan Sweet. lBack Rowl: Wally Gage, Roger Carter, Ron Urme,
Varsity Tennis And Baseball Teams Display Skills. . .
lFront Rowl: George AnDyke, Darrell Coe, Doug Lambert, Joe Ell, Ray Hoyt, Rudy Casciato, Fred Dierking. lSecond Rowl: Peter Moon, Doug Wolf,
Don Loomis, Dan Trinci, Bob Otey, Mike Casciato, Ddve Snyder, Gary Flaming, Bob Gross. lThird Rowl: Randy McCIean, Vince Murphy, Rick Robinson,
Dan Velander, Rick Long, Dan McEIhaney, Brian Schmidt.
mi ...an .lx,.....,o 1 H of i 'rl
lFront Rowl: Steve Jones, Jerry Nickila, Tyler Tsunemitsu, Doug Burgard, Ralph Tarrauso, Bob Edmunson, Leon Hawkins, Tod Halberg. lSecond Rowl:
Coach. Nelson, Ron Edwards, Bill Morgan, Steve O'Neil, Robert Stone, Mark Tawill, Doug Blair, Cliff Lewis, Mike Winchester, Dan Harding. lThird
Rowl: Pat McFarlane, Steve Taylor, Mike Evans, Don Whal, Steve Peterson, Mike Malet, Mike McDonough, Dan Venir, Keith Anderson.
Developed In Frosh And .l.V. Apprenticeships
. ,. .1 .-t.Al ' .
lFront Rowl: Gerry Garret, Ken Mills, Mike Santangelo, Jim Elston, Rick Schibel, Dennis Smith, Jeff Holland, Bill Otey, Rick Brown, Dennis Bodeman,
John Emra, Ricky Goodall. lSecond Rowl: Coach Hashberger, Alan lnahara, Vic Gilliam, Rick Baugher, Greg Rumbaugh, Warren Giandemenico, Craig
Mullen, Al Payne, Brian Kelly, Steve Wilson, Laird Clow, Dan Hall, Steve Miller, lBack Rowl: Brian Cross, Ken Rod, Mike Newcomer, Steve Roos, Alan
Webber, Stan Tamlly, Paul Cooper, Larry Potter, Mork Holifer, Chet Carlson, Rodney Hildenbrand.
. xi fly! X XJ! xf ,
,I x r
if I I
yf 1 1
Jim WR ful 1
Coach Buckiewicz, with ihe aid of pitching machine, teaches the players hitting fundemenfals.
must ha uhlained lrsm:
School lmrictf I
Ill lllalny Slml
r . S '
, . . .
x 1 I K I I f 1' f 1 I I 1 I I
. - . n 1 , 1 n A l 1 1 1 Y
Pemilluplay llllillBllll ' ' ' 1 K I ' ' ' ' ' ' '
. . , u
1 1 Vx
. I 1
. " 1 1
' I 1 I l , - -
. - J . ,' . 1 . .
i A 1 I
Al I I
.X . . .
, . . u
X In I
I K 1 - :fx m
1 1 ,ryN"' 1
Brian Schmidt works at perfecting bunting skills.
franklin Baseball Players
Dvercome Spring Fever
,n Nighfly Pracfice Sessions
Vursily players eye the ball apprehensively at batting practice.
Quaker Baseball Teams Look Ahead
To New Vicfory-Filled Season
Joe EII, Don Lumis, and Dan Velander watch team prepare for new year.
Roy Hoyt tags Doug Wolfe in split second ploy.
Mike Evans lobs bull to home plate.
Bob Gross leads off ,cs Dun Trinci owoits ball.
. f X:
- ' ,W-.
A, ff' -f A :ffm . L.
t ,FN Ax .4 1, ,A ,
Q g K , 4 . wr ,B
Player fakes his Turn of but os iecm-mcfe catches.
as Bob Gross otiempis to steal
Baseball feam members engage In throwing practice
,, , 3 .,
5- Q H Q - x -
Vi., , , K
3' fi A g . i
4 Q swirl. "'
- ,pp ...M Q4-was '-.nun -.nr - "lv ""'r"" ' ' "" M' ju
'J-, 'n-' -:-:I an --in in A , 'M' 'W' ""' ""
hh, 5 3-ML.: .xv r
A - 4, -.inf , ,
uw' 4 ' X' L
I swat' x ,s',1s,M. Ab M W., M A nw. he
-ui wk L
:tif K1--4 K '5-,ff '
if yy -1- -p -ir,
H' 555. ,k,Y,. ' ' X
36 ws"-. ' rp,-wha, '
9 z' .k.vlsd,h.s..1...i 3
Don Wright lines up putt while Anita Brouchmiller tees off.
Golf And Tennis Requires Concenfrcifion, Skill, And Precis
Y 'r ,wi :nz lx a -A h , - IW'
P H Wi K P 424
if e , in 'kr 'i '
, , ' -1 v -'O'
Q. . ins.. V " g.z:z'?'z xxx.: A .1 '
" QQ- .,, . N'
' ' vf++-. F., ,,.
Members of boys tennis Yeam improve swings during pradice.
, , , , . v
. b ' l ' A , n 1
0 1 '
1 I , 0 ' . v ' '
, v ' ' ' , ' ' , o
1 a '
, , - - ' V AQMM, A ,....,..-Q--.4.-W-V -- +--"M-P "
f ,- r 7+-A a.s.g--Yw,,v--.- ---U -'- ' 4.
. , . 4 ,
. . f
, , v ' v
, ' , , 4 o Q ' , f v ,
1 , o ' '
. - .
, , , , pu v ' ' ' ' , v '
' a 0 V
, . ' , , , 4 v ' ' ' , , v '
, . 1 , . V
, , . -fy' , , , , .. f
o ' o ' '
. ' 1
1 O , , v
' , Q r '
O 0 o -
' , f o
, . . - .-.ug
4 s v 0 '
v ' '
Q 1 '
' Q ..o
f ' ' , , v o
lTop1: Stan Gish wotches us Duwcmo Johnson returns ball to opponent. IBottomJ: Ron Orme returns opponenfs serve during practice.
mga all l My i l J
'Q X 'i
, . , ,
:Q V -- AX 1 g
Z 4 ' "J ,, R, is f . -I x, f ,
T C' 0i'L"f ' 'X "X ' Qiifo i
, i . s YN,
VARSITY: lFrcnt Rowlr Torn Hurd, Jeff Oreste, Jon Rudell, Ed Ccscioto, Don Lonning, Dole South, John Struble, George Brown, Floyd Frcncetich, Ron
Roberti, Jon Jensen. lSecond Rovvl: Dove Austen, Dove Ruton, Dove Moxley, Dick Gdrvin, Steve Hofer, Steve Gile, Randy Miller, Not Flathers, Loren
Homer, Art Wold. lThird Rowl: Dori Tdylor, Perry Hines, Bob Schneider, Ken Bolcler, John Gollucci, Dove McFc1rlone, Joe Beck, Gary Keller, Mike Pond.
Track Teams Dress Down For Early Spring Picfures
QALHXJ1, K sa'
S sas sk
Q , .
J.V. lFront Rowl: Ernie lnclon, Bruce Fossoti, Mark Smith, Jim McHenry, Mark Wyott, Scott Hill, John Boll, Bruce Clow. lSecond Rowl: Emery
Ed Roley, Greg Grundy, Dove Petrdrco, Tom Tciylor, Mork Knutson, Dole Brosius, Rossell Scofield. lThird Rowl: Cleve Parker, Tom Austen, Kerry
mon, Terry Jones, Sion Kodolf, Rod Ncught, Gory Turner, Bill Green.
S :ff ,
if Q Q. ' ,
1 f - ,. gf
-4 i--K 45- L ATLW Nr '
Rowl: Darwin Rascmussen, Pot Wood, Dennis Wand, Bob Beswick, Paul Herman, Jon Robson, Bob Lynn, Dave Boll, Dave Earnest, Mike Lockhart,
Smith. lBack Rowl: Lee Boroff, Jay Burkenbine, Nick Giannone, Bob Shumuay, Doug Guinn, Paul Carpenter, Jim Pouiade, Michigomi, Greg Killer
Bishop, Bob Zielsdor, Jeff Zilk, Dick Green.
Nat Flathers exerts potential as discuss
is Q7 If
.. . -
ur 1 .
Mike Ernest and teammate catch breather between Lee Baroff demonstrates excellent form in hurdles.
Cindermen Goin Experience Through Competition
Ward vie for lead in 10 yard dash.
Runners wait in anticipation of gun.
Dave McFarlene pauses before throwing shot put, John Strubie attains good height in first iump of meer
i i it r Y Ai U
ii ' ' i T
L , -. .. I
5 'X X iv
f A I 9 .4 Mgr- .J
Floyd Francetich prepares for race. Randy Miller leT's loose with winning.
Track Compefifion Sfiffens As
Stan Kadolf, George Brown, and Russell Scofield vie for first in long distance race
Mike Pond approches bar.
Stan Kodolf wins important first as officials clock times.
Jon Jensen clears bar with room to spore.
MQ SVG Ogk5QUw2gf5
Wf mfvfg U
. . . E715 Splendor af Kcauty
, , ff
P. I. L. Fund Drive Saves Sports
The Poitlond interscholastic League
eemed doomed until spirited Quakers,
long with many others, participated in
fund drive which raised more than
200,000 needed to save the PIL, The
ports program at Franklin and each of
he other Portland high schools was
hreatened because of a lack of funds
due to the school district levy failure.
Franklin students had a drive to haul
n 33 tons of paper. SAVE PIL buttons
-fvere sold door-to-door, at Beaver base-
nall games, and at two professional
ootball games. Various social service
:lubs gathered pop bottles and returned
hem to stores, giving the money to the
"lL. Student body officers served Coke
nd ice cream while selling PIL buttons
t an American Service Station. Franklin
aised S5l,200, the most raised by any
ingle Portland high school, and donated
his to the PIL fund.
1 I if
Rally members sell PIL pins to aid in sports.
I E :H s: :
.. W, L
sc., 1 E
Gayle Stucki, rally president, knocks on door of home in Franklin district. Gayle, Sue Deems, and Diane Foeller seek contribution for fund drive.
Bonnie Long and John Riesenman repre- Dove Hudson escorts sophomore, Lori Terry Brock represented freshman class
sent lunior closs Smith.
with Roger Kruse.
Valerie Holmes Chosen Homecoming Queen
Queen Valerie Holmes, was escorted by Dan Trinci.
The traditional homecoming at Frank-
lin was celebrated on the evening o
September 22. The tour candidates fo
homecoming queen entered trorn th
west end of the bowl for the eage
crowd to view, The T967 queen, senio
Valerie Holmes, was crowned during th
ceremonies, as her escort Dan Trinci
senior class president, looked on. Val
erie's court consisted of iunior Princes
Bonnie Lang, escorted by John Riesen
man, iunior class president, sophomor
Princess Lori Smith, escorted by Dav
Hudson, sophomore class president
freshman Princess Terry Brock, escorte
by Roger Kruse, Friars president.
Each princess was presented with
corsage of white roses, their escorts re
ceived boutonnieres of white carnations
The Queen was given a dozen red rose
by the 1966 Homecoming Queen, Chri
Q ? xx
z 4. , ,
Qi I 4' ' '
S Qlgg, ,. -
gi N-V ' A
, x v
if 'iii-. 'K Q
, IJ ff?
Q . Ns
. ' ' nam.
Q, A-f rw TW
For the first time in seven years, Grant
lost a student body card sale contest and
the Franklin Quakers had the honor of
being the victors, Although percentages
for both schools were lower than ex-
pected, Franklin was able to overcome
Grant by 2.4 percentage points.
As a result of the Quaker victory,
Grant's student body president, Bob
Heldfond, was required to come to
Franklin and participate in an assembly.
Dressed in painter's overalls, he painted
two garbage cans in "Grant blue." Bob
good-naturedly became the target of
eggs, tomatoes, whipped cream, syrup
and flour, all provided by Franklin's
executive cabinet. Wads of paper were
tossed at the visiting president by the
Then, adding insult to iniury, Bob was
placed in a stockade and forced to
watch a rally assembly in which spirit
was raised for the forthcoming football
game against Grant.
"Mickey" threatens Elaine and Dave
Franklin Overcomes Grant
Valerie and Dun yell with seniors as Mike looks on. Mike McMurray represents the football squad
F' ,mt .
Grants S.B. president humbly cracks iokes.
In S. B. Card Confesf
Bob mumbles, "Next time, you iosel" President excltaims over shampoo
llFor Spirit, Let's Hear lt"
Presentation ot the new football rally
outfits took place at our first rally as-
sembly, held on September 15. A skit
was enacted in which the rally members
represented fairytale characters. After
the skit the girls emerged doing the
traditional umbrella dance, thus unveil-
ing their new costumes. The girls and
boys outtits were of the customary ma-
roon and gray, with a new twist ot gray
hats tor the girls.
Franklin's second football assembly
was presented on Friday, October 13.
The members ot the rally performed a
skit, the theme of it being, "Lack of
Spirit." Each member ot the rally repre-
sented a typical student at a Franklin
game. The purpose of the skit was to
chide the students for spirit and partici-
pation at their Franklin games,
Rally promotes spirit during football assembly.
Nancy Stoutenburg and Judy Fazzolari discuss lack of spirit at Franklin games
Class Dance Proves 'lBetter Than Ever"
Couples wail to the music of the combo.
Groovy, Super, Tuff, Keen, Great, Neat,
Nice, Kind, Lovable, Splendid, Miracu-
lous, Intelligent, Humorous, Spirited, Am-
bitious, Good Looking, Mysterious, and
Better Than Ever...was the theme of
this year's Junior Class Spirit Tags. Dur-
ing the Junior Class Spirit Week the
Junior officers sold charm suckers, on
Monday, and spirit tags on Tuesday and
Wednesday. Also, on Tuesday, during
a class meeting, a skit was presented by
the class officers in the hope that this
would promote class card sales. Class
cards were validated during the entire
week, for 52.00. This card admitted the
holder to the Junior class sponsored
dance, and later, to the Junior Prom.
The New Delta Rhythm Boys were fea-
tured at the class dance following the
Franklin-Cleveland football game. The
week was very successful with a profit
of 5500.00 which will be used for deco-
rations for the Junior Prom.
Empty shoes show dancers enthusiasm. Nick Gattuccio, Tina Olsen, and Dan Trinci enioy Junior Dance.
' Y we
Q .x. . . ye ,S
The Nash's get a neighborly visit from Harlow Edison.
The Gazebo Chosen For Franklin's
Elliott and Nell are completley serious about the murder,
tion this year, December l and 2
The Gazebo written by Alec and
Coppel. The gazebo, a garden h
The drama department's first produc
was the burial spot for a long unide
fied body, which added mystery
suspense to the plot. Elliot Nash's
like for his wife's favorite shower cur
tains with green sea horses on t
along with Nell Nash's watchful eye
his low calorie diet consisting of
chops and Rye Krisp, provided
delightful laughter in the serious
The end is near as Elliot, wh
charged with murder, is about t
taken away by the police. Then
discovered that the victim died
heart attack, not a bullet wound.
Drama coach Mr. Gary Kaiser
assisted by student director Mary L
Ott. Thanks to the many hours spent
these two people, the cast, and all
who worked behind the scenes, no
left the play unsatisfied.
Nell tries To find out who! is bothering her husband.
Firsi '67-'68 All School Producfion
Louie and The Dook question Elliott obout the loccmon of The key To The safety deposit box.
Don'1Think you're going any place cause ya ain'T." Pam Roylonce plays maid
The Gazebo lnfrigues Audiences
Harlow Edison apologizes for the police intrusion,
e The Black
e Dook contemplates the removal of
Gene Van Troyer
Nell Nash and Harlow Edison have a heart-to-heart talk.
Nell shows concern for Elliott's future.
Elliot Nash gets a light from The Dook.
Bob K9f1neClY Pl0Y5 fl1Y'flTm Qvifuf- Lead singer Gary Muncler sets the pace. Leading guiTar player, Darrell Thrasher, shows
XT ' ll
Slave Sale Pays For Epix Assembly
his singing abiliTy.
A.F.M. Week, November 12-17, pi
To be a financial success. The sellii
A.F.M. cards To The sTudenT body
place Monday Through Thursday.
Tuesday morning, aT 7:45, in The ai
rium, The annual Slave Sale was
Boys volunTeered Their services as sl
Groups of girls goT TogeTher To scrape
The 52.00 To 58.00 Mike McMurray
quesfed for The services of These
sporTs. The aTTire of The boys rc
from rumpled fafigues To ami
brighT colored 'iams. Girls finally goT T
Ron Morraccini solos on The drums.
rule The boys, even if iT was iusT for
day. They had The boys opening doors
carrying books, geTTing lunches and ius
plain acTing like genTlemen.
Friday broughT an end To The fund
raising acTiviTies wiTh a special, enTer
Taining assembly. Only sTudenTs wh
purchased A.F.M. cards during The wee
were allowed To aTTend. The well-know
combo, The Epix, provided 45 minufea
an git I
gg 1 f?'5'jf
if sl AW'
Students reioice at early dismissal in preparation for Parents' Night. Miss Knotts explains math concepts
Parents Take Students' Places In Classroom Situations
Franklin parents got a glimpse of the
active school life their teenagers lead at
the annual Parents' Night, November 15.
"A" choir started the parents' busy eve-
ning with several songs, preceded by
greetings and instructions from Mr.
Westcott. The parents then went on their
way to hear about the methods of study
and programs that are designed by the
teachers for each course for the year.
Going from class to class, being amazed
by the new math, confused with chem-
istry, and perhaps a bit bored with
American literature was an experience
that wouldn't be forgotten. Parents were
mystified by varying room numbers that
iumped up and down in size, and found
that the six minutes given them wasn't
sufficient for traveling time between
classes. The Lettermen's club had re-
freshments for the parents during their
study halls and lunch periods.
Parents are intrigued by teachers comments
3 : t i
Citizens of the community question the board. lBottoml: Other Portland school officials
our own Mr. Westcott.
Board Meets Here
Franklin had the honor ot having the
first ot a series of school board meet-
ings in neighborhood schools in its au-
ditorium, November l3. The faculties and
parents from the surrounding schools
were invited to come and see what went
on during a board meeting. Visitors
could have questions that they wanted
to discuss brought up at the meet-
ing by calling earlier and having them
added to the agenda. About 250 people
attended the meeting. The board passed
bills concerning everything from the
dates of basketball games in the Coli-
seum to the buying of electric type-
writers. Sitting in the audience was the
honored Mr. Kiyashi Takahashi, visiting
from Portland's sister city, Sapporo, Ja-
pan. Mr. Takahashi, who is a member
of the Sapporo school board, came to
observe the workings of our board in
action. lt was necessary to have an
interpreter for Mr. Takahashi due to the
fact that he was unable to understand
Mr. Leland Barker, Mr. Delfovd Bishop, Mr. Ed Burkitt, Mr. John Beatty, Jr., Mr. Theodore Yaw, Mrs. Forrest Rieke, and Dr. Howard Cherry.
Rally reveals new basketball outfits to student body.
r .... V.
-i ' , .. ' if
5 .W ' '- 'fy . M.
use " ,ra .. rg ' as
K K A, ,' 3 .A
if , K f-- fstrms. ii -. A 5515
as 3. 1 gg s -
. .' ' . ' 'T' 1
' ' ffsh -gsrlr 4 I ' "J,
Doug Lambert and Dale South boost crowd's
Rallies Raise Rukus Introducing Garb
Rea Wheeler whispers Christmas wish to Santa Steve.
This year's basketball rally uniforms
were shown for the first time in an as-
sembly December 6 in the gymnasium.
Basketball rally's suits were shown in
a skit with each rally member playing
the part of a teenager who was totally
unconcerned about what was going on
outside his own clique. Their outfits
were pleated white skirts with red and
grey trim topped oft by a white sweater
with stripes that matched the colors in
The wrestling rally showed the stu-
dent body grey and maroon jumpers
worn with cordinating tights, after a
scene that had Santa Steve passing out
packages to the supposedly shy and
unwilling little receivers.
The J.V. rally sported new white suits
with a scooped-neck jacket and ci skirt
featuring box pleats that were trimmed
in grey and red. The spirit of our rallies
began our basketball-wrestling season
with a booming start.
s ' .i-- L- -J 'Ili
e lAbove, Leftlz Dr. Witney Bates, lAbove, Cen-
I P terl: Mayton Hannon. lAbovel: Main hall dis-
s play. lBottom Leftl: Ray A. Johnson. lBot1om
r Centerl: Dr. Lee V. Ragsdale.
Careers In Government Stressed
Franklin's vocational department,
headed by Mr. Manning, held its six-
teenth bi-annual Career Information
Conference. Mr. Robert Duncan opened
the two day conference December 6,
with a single assembly for all sopho-
mores and upper classmen. The topic
this year was "Careers in Government."
Careers in government were especially
stressed, but the students' requests for
subjects to be covered were also ful-
filled. Examples of varying topics were
Criminology, Dentistry, and Engineering.
The freshman class, for the first time,
had a chance to participate in a similar
program. They got to choose three from
the 24 main areas offered.
Thanks to Mr. Manning, some 175
conference were led by prominent men
and women of our community. These
people donated their time in order that
the students might get a better under-
standing of what is expected of them in
the working world they will soon face.
Main hall display attracts the attention of passing students.
Snow Stalls l'Babes In Toyland"
Executive Cabinet relives childhood in "Babes in Toyland" skit. Valerie prays for a successful Candyland Dance
Dan Trinci and Valerie Holmes discuss theme of Candyland dance
The Christmas season at Franklin
opened with an Executive Cabinet as-
sembly to advertise the Candyland
dance. Performing in the assembly were
the l-li-Lites, ten senior girls, who have
sung together since the end of their
freshman year. The girls in the group
are Linda Draper, Donna Hesson, Leslie
Schreiber, Kathy Pearson, Virginia Tyler,
Sally Warner, Janet Hartzell, Sylvia Hil-
lesland, and Dana Zink. Their pianist
is Evelyn Lushenko.
December i9th, the date of Franklin's
annual Christmas program, fulfilled all
students' hopes by dawning cold,
cloudy, and snowy. The orchestra, under
the direction of Mr. Pancheau played
music for a "Winter Wonderland."
Members of the vocal music department
sang some of the traditional Christmas
"Babes in Toyland" was the T967
theme for the Candyland Dance. Due
to the conditions created by the snow,
on the evening of the Candyland dance,
the dance was cancelled. The hard-
working Executive Cabinet, however, de-
cided to have the Candyland Dance in
January. The new date was set for
January 13th, and the cabinet hopes
that this will become a tradition in the
.r , '
'lf . ..
fs. t 5 ,
Mr. Brewer leads Choir in traditional Christmas songs.
Beautifully flocked tree promotes Christmas spirit. Hi-Lifes delight audience in Christmas performance
M g x-.
-P K. ...U -.
N qi Q
If ,W 4
Boys and Girls Choir sing at annual Christmas program.
pi . in , A ..,, H TX
JJ lf if va- fb? Q If
Tl: lf X if lf l ' 1 Q l
i , i S J- if
. , yr ,
Roger Kruse, Dave Ruton, Julie Sharkey engage in a fast and furious snowball fight.
Snow lnierrupfs Sfudenfs' Siudies
meg.: 3, A r .
kv' 'E N 3-
Members of Franklin's craft class ore absorbed in making Christmas angels: Lindo Hill, Darlene Boldridge, ond Martha Mankins
61lvw7S Nlond up
Excerpt from "Peanuts" brightens a Franklin hall.
Gay decorations add Christmas cheer to classroom
"Babes in Toyland," the theme of this
year's Candyland Dance, was also the
theme for the AGS-sponsored window
The competition began on Monday,
December ll, and ended on the 18th.
The purpose of the contest was to pub-
licize the Christmas dance.
Each door was decorated in holiday
designs, and the doors were judged for
imagination and creativity.
Following the Christmas season, fea-
thery flakes fell on the frozen field, and
flourished and flattered the faces of
frivolous Franklinites, who formed fanci-
ful figures in front of Franklin.
-li? -W Q1-
Benii keeps vigil over snow-covered football bowl.
Norad And Musicians Inform ancl Entertain
Speaker informs students about missile defense systems in the U.S.
On February 27th, Franklin seniors and
iuniors attended an assembly in which
they learned about NORAD, the North
American Air Defense System. Two men
from Bell Telephone were present to
show slides and speak to the students
about the system. The student body was
alert and receptive to the vital informa-
tion with which they were provided, con-
cerning the protection of the United
States from nuclear air attack.
The highlight of the assembly came
when the speaker placed a long distance
call to NORAD headquarters in Colorado.
He answered questions posed by the
speaker, Dr. Tompkin, and then students
were given a chance to ask any ques-
tions they might have.
Seniors boys tolked wtih NORAD officials in Colorado via the telephone.
Austrian musician shows his skill on the accordian. This Austrian dance produced added applause from students.
Fritz searches for his hat amid senior boys.
Franklin was host to their second Na-
tional Assembly on March oth. The
Franklin Quakers were entertained by the
music and dance of the Tyroleans, a
group of three Austrian men.
Dressed in their native attire, Fritz,
Peter, and Johannes delighted the stu-
dents with the wild antics. Each member
of the group performed individually as
well as with the others. The highlight of
the assembly came when Johannes did
a dance which originated in Austria. All
students enioyed the songs ot the trio,
which were sung in German, the lan-
guage ot Austria.
The three men were hams when the
picture taking started. This brought much
laughter from the student body.
Annually, seniors meeT TaculTy in a
conTesT of baskeTball skills l??l To de-
Termine The school champions Tor ThaT
year. In T963 The Taculfy sTarTed a Trend
which The class of '68 was unable To
break. The TaculTy now has a record of
six sTraighT wins.
BoTh Teams, however, were aT Their
peak performance and The game was an
exciTing one. An assembly The day of The
big game gave equal Time To boTh rally
squads, buT undoubTedly The seniors
came Through wiTh The besT skiT. A com-
puTer was builT by The exalTed compuTer-
maker, Edward SheeTs, and was pro-
grammed To predicT The ouTcome of The
game. The seniors had everyThing going
for Them, buT luck allowed The ouT-daTed
TaculTy To win.
Seniors were delighTed when no rally
came To Tbe game To cheer Tor The Tac-
ulTy. The TeaTure of half-Time was The
presenTaTion of a skiT by The senior class
cabineT, illusfrafing The controversial
Losing had liTTle eTTecT on The morale
of The almighfy seniors. They came back
To school The nexf day wiTh many wiT-
Ticisms abouT old and knobby knees.
Mr. Fleming and Mr. Willis aTTempT To guard an evasive senior.
Luck Aids Teachers
Perry Hines balances ball prior To pass. Senior pep band adds noise To The game.
Each year Franklin students partici-
pate in a variety of political activities,
both in and out of school. Included every
year are the student-body and class elec-
tions, The T967-68 school year, however,
found students attending speaking en-
gagements of Senator Edmund Brooke of
Massachusetts, Governor RonaldReagan
of California, Mayor John Lindsay of
New York City, and Oregon's own Gov-
ernor Tom McCall.
This year interest in student govern-
ment was high as T4 people ran for the
five student-body offices. This provided
the voting students an opportunity to
choose more qualified officers to serve
them. Voting percentages were the best
in at least four years for both student-
body and class elections.
Through arrangements made by Mr.
McKee and the social studies depart-
ment, interested and politically enthusi-
astic students were privileged to hear
noted political figures speak to Portland
audiences. During the summer, students
heard Senator Brooke at the 1967 Na-
tional Urban League convention. In the
fall, they attended meetings to hear
Governors Reagan and McCall. Mayor
Lindsay spoke forthe observance of Lin-
Gov. Reagan, itopl and Gov. McCall lbottoml sm le for Frankl n ca era
Pupils Participate ln Politics
Quakers receive autograph of Mayor Lind-say.
Featured during the 1968 Band and
Orchestra Concert were three soloists:
Phil Baldino, clarinet, Diane DesBrisay,
violin and .lim Wirick, piano. The winter
concert was held in the Franklin audi-
torium on the night ot February 28th,
with Mr. Pancheou, Franklin music
teacher, conducting the two groups in
their separate numbers.
ln a double assembly the following
day, a condensed version of the concert
was received well by the Franklin stu-
dent body. The band and orchestra
played a total ot tive numbers and the
soloists each played one song during the
Diane DesBrisoy performs before student body
Winter Concert Highlighted By Soloists
Mr, Pancheau directs the orchestra, Phil Baldino senior, plays his clarinet. Jim Wirick solos on the piano
Elaine SChibel Kathy Pegrgon
John Struble Roger Kruse
Susie Deems Vifginifl TYISV
Dole Soufh COITOH
GIRL OF THE YEAR MAN OF THE YEAR
Gayle Sfucki Ken Bolder
Gayle Sfucki, Ken Bolder Chosen Girl of Year,
Man of Year, For Oufsfanding Traiis.
SERVICE: Lindy Johnston SCHOLARSHIP: Diane DesBrisay
Ed Sheets Ed Sheefs
Officer Sutter And Cabinet Promote Drive For Safety
Inspection insures that license plate light is operating properly. Students enioyed taking driving test in city police car.
at 1 M
5 1 V -
. X ,if
Tests are corrected and finalists announced,
Safety Week is an annual event in
each Portland high school, Its purpose
is to encourage students to become and
then to remain better drivers.
Officer Sutter is a big help at Franklin
each year. He administers a written test
to those interested in taking it. The l5
Franklin students who score the highest
on this test are then given an actual driv-
ing test. This year these students took the
driving test in a Portland police car, an
impressive experience for both the driv-
ers and their envious friends. Based on
this test, the five best drivers at Franklin
are chosen. These students are awarded
seat belts, engraved with their name and
the place they achieved, during the
This year the Safety Week speaker was
Len Sutton, race driver at the Indianapolis
500. The week ended with a dance spon-
sored by Executive Cabinet.
. 'lf' It z
in 5. N
. X-tx L,
X fa, N
R ' 5 ll . V
Len Sutton, professional roce driver, speaks to students on
'H Q v
is .,,5 .Y
Students ponder over Sofety Week test questions.
. " A X X
, . iff . A .......w-f'
Q "gi fe ,M
' . ..- ,
M F , Mfg , , b
skills of driving.
Rudy Cosciato checks onswers before turning in test
' lll l " w
. ' -..,...--1..- .Q
Officer Sutter inspects Quaker Cliff Noil's cor during lunch hour checks,
Mr. Montague and Luke concentrate on game, while Mrs. Montague examines the Doctor's findings.
After explaining her duties, Mrs. Dudley says, "After dark I leave!
'ul if -
' g .QLQJJ
si' 7 "
L A V 4 7 u
X X - sn- 3 ,mm .
X. mi, --N-:fx Q
4 ,, Q., V35-'Q 2
-vv, ey f u. ,,
. . 9 sf mf- ', '-'
' f up nf
i , 1
- . sg :ff if
K y, . Y QQ - vs A
A ' '
- A Q U '
K . .- ,f'f"f W -,
4 xg-K Z t wtf r,.. QP:
if if 9
17' '-..,,, Q '4-4...
Music From Dance And Assembly Adds To Year
Members of The Wild Side perform during The dance sponsored by the The Edgewood Band from California plays for Franklin sfudenls.
Franklin Dads' Club.
Due To The levy failure, There were few
school dances This year, Hence, many
Franklin sTudenTs and Those of oTher high
schools were found aT The all-ciTy dance
sponsored by The Franklin Dads' Club.
The dance was a greaT success and
helped To increase The club Treasury.
The Wesf Covina Choir and Edgewood
Band delighfed Franklin audiences wiTh
a performance during Their Tour of Ore-
gon. The group spenf Their spring vaca-
Tion singing and playing in Oregon high
schools. They were received well by all
The West Covina Choir enferfains sfudents at Franklin prior To refurning To California
llncense And PepperminT' Provides Theme
'Incense and PepperminT' was The
Theme Tor This year's Twirp Week, April
l-5, carried ouT wiTh The burning of in-
cense during lunch periods and The sell-
ing of pepperminT sTicks on Friday after
school. AGS planned and carried ouT a
week Tull oT ocTiviTies. Monday was color
da'y in which boys parficipafed by yvear-
ing blue ond green and girls by weciring
pink and yellow. Tuesdoly Twirp-o-grams
were sold during lunch periods Tor 5c To
be delivered Wednesday in reg rooms.
During all Three lunch periods Wednes-
day sTudenTs ploiyed The daTing game
in The ciuditorium. Thursdoy, The AGS
ossembly featured The C.C. Riders Tor dll,
The sTudenTs who had purchased AGS
buTTons. Friday broughT a close To The
busy week wiTh a slave sale before
school. The slaves sold Tor sums ranging
from 351.25 To 33.90.
Kathy Kanos Takes a break from tying Dan KeeTer's shoes To
pose for picture.
The C. C. Riders perform of The AGS assembly Thursday.
. S U
Larry Smith Takes full advanfage of his slaves Marilyn Mizofe and Evelyn
A-Q 2 -. c
Vs -- W
Clockwise from The front: Gayle Stucki, Roger Kruse, Pat Beck, Nick Gaituccio, Bob Morshell, Peggy Siegle, Dan McElhariey, Roger Roisom, Barbara
Ehrig, Mike Casciafo, Jon Riesenman, Nancy Siourenburg, Greg Wolieck, Pam Loprinzi. Not shown are Sue Odberr and Cathie Loprinzi.
I h X ' S l
Class Of 69 C ooses F ower Drum ong
Princess Cafhie Loprinzi and Prince Bob Marshell are escorted by Arthur Frohwerk and Derek Monore from Friars.
4 . X
, p cc 'T
Bruce KeIly's bond gives a lively beat. Cheryl Bortel, Dale Bornhort, and Roger Moore stop by the refreshment
For Japanese Inspired Junior Prom Theme
The class of '69 chose April 19 as The
date of their Junior Prom. 'Flower Drum
Song' was the theme that brought out a
Japanese atmosphere. The dance Took
place in The gym where many students
had devoted hours To decoration, Bruce
Kelly's band provided the music for The
140 couples who attended. Men of Friars
escorted members of The court from The
door to The stage. Royal couples "rode"
in a rickshaw pulled by members of The
boys' honorary club. From The court
chosen Two weeks earlier, The Juniors
voted Tor a King and Queen Friday dur-
ing their lunch periods. They chose as
Their Queen, Noncy Stoutenburg, and as
their King, Jon Riesenman.
Under The capable direction of Peggy
Siegle, as Junior Prom chairman, the
committies planned and carried out every
minute detail ofthe prom.
Couples, resting between dances read fortunes hidden in cookies.
May Fete Beauties Serve School
fi 1 XX'
Snsan Deerne Valerie flalrnes
In Franklin's May Fete, pretty girls and
service go together. Nominated by sen-
ior social studies classes, the top ten are
presented to the entire class in an as-
sembly. After each girl is introduced and
her qualifications are read, the seniors
vote for a court of seven.
In an all-school assembly the students
are given opportunity to know the girls'
contributions in service to the school dur-
ing their tour years.
The seven finalists from the class of
'68 are: Susan Deems, Valerie Holmes,
Lindy Johnston, Marilyn Mizote, Kathy
Pearson, Gayle Stucki, and Virginia Ty-
ler. On May 3, one will be chosen Queen,
to reign both tor May Fete and the Sen-
,Cindy ,iannstan Marilyn ,Mizate
Kathy Pearson Virginia Cyler
Rose Festival Princess Elaine Represents Franklin
In 1968, the final seven candidates
for Franklin's Rose Festival Princess were
chosen by a group ot five businessmen
and women from the community. The
seven girls were then presented to the
Elaine Schibel, wearing a sky blue
gown with puffed sleeves, was presented
to Franklin students on April 18 as their
l968 hope for Rose Festival Queen, She
will reign until the 1969 princess is
Uurid Olsen ,Kinda Smith
, ,N 1
flizinc Soyaga Virginia Cyler
,Michele Vulgaris Dana Zirzk
E I cz i n e S c I1 i b
Aclberg. Chffe, 115
Abovd, Volene, 118,160,173
Adams, Leslee, 48,511 18,190
Albough, Dale, no
Alhen, Darlene, 134,109
Amen, wendy, 149
Allcen, Mcrvonne, 74,117,168
Allen, Donna, 118
Allen, shawn, 118
Allen. Sieve, IAQ
Allenbrand, Bob, 56,7A,1l2
Aim-un, cm, 134
Alvev, Kenneth, 74,112,171
Anderson, Alan, 53,118,171
Anderson, Carol, 149,164,169
Anderson, Eddue, 118
Anderson, Everett, 1 18,68
Anderson, Glonu, 134
Anderson, John, 134
Anderson, Mary, 149
, Ran, uv
. Sieve, 149
. Susan, 1 IB
. wendy, 1:14
Roben, I IS
Andre, xamy, 149,168
Av-argon., John, 134,166
Andrew, Lyn, se,1J4,14J,1bs,1w
Andww, nw, 74,112
Androschuk, Doug, 118
Anoyke, George, 74,1 12,1611 l98,1?9,
ey, Donny, H9
Amen, Gary, 134
Afwuene, owne, 118
Amnmng, arm, an
1, Theodore, 74,112,165
Aikmson, Deborah, 66,134
Aumn, Dowd, 11e,1ao,175,17a,17f,
Aumn, Tom, l3A,1B4,19B,71B
Avenscn, Steve, llB,1be
AVSNALOMOV, Mrs Dom, 37
Anon, Kclhelene, 118
Bacon. Ben, 149
Bacon, Deha, -16,74
sown, Dawg, 13.1
sown, Faye, 13.1
Bacon, Vernon, 50,149,186
Boggs, Ln, 165
san sveve, l18,1Q6
Bolley, Joel, IAQ
scmnge, Dean, 6614, 1 se
swngef mmf., 1417.17.11
Bulduno, Kathryn, 7,149,157,175
Bolduno, Phvl, 50,53,75,75,111,11?,
solemn John, 134
Bcl1,John, 50,134,188 201,218
annum, Beverly, ue
soma, Nancy, 75
r, Joey, 65, I IB
um, Ruchurd. 149
Barnard, Tenlee, 114
Barnes, Ehsso, 149
same., Janelle, 39,115
umm, Joyce, 11s
Barnes, Ruben, 75.11?
naman, Donald, 134
Bcmell, Karen, 134,176
Barnen, Slephome, 118
Bauman, Dale. 118,175 190
summon, Karen, 149
n, Tommne 149
n, Mme, 113
semen, Emu May, 118
Bcssefv, Barbara, 134
Bassen, Frank, 149
Bcssefv, Rose, 75,112
Batchelor, Ken, 149
Baxlel, Sue, 75,168,169
Beard, Heuvhev, 149,150,176
Beck, camy, uv
ER, Mr Herman, 19,73
aeggf, Lee, uv 202
Behnke, Rush, 149
Behrens, Allred, 134
Bell, Dave, 53
Bellond, Paulo. IIB
1, Barbara, 149
Bennen, Jan, 134
Benneif, lvnda, 13.49,50,1Q14,140
Benneri, Ruyol, 5O,53,75,177
Bennen, Susan, 8,119,164,202
Benson, Meng,-am, 149,165,176
Bevordlnellv, Ted, 131
Bergeron, Karen, 4s,51,119
semdv, vmkle, 119
Bernard, Sue, 134
swung, Frank, 119,166
amy, some, 76,112
awy,Gu.1, 49 1:14
Berrv- Urphn. 149,206
amghcm, Jerry, 49,119,1b4,174,235,
same, Blame, 134
suhcp, Don, 149,186,197
Bishop, uebbw, 49,119
Blufufmd, Ren, 134
summon, cheryl, 119,164
Blades, Larry, 134
Blum, Harry, so
1111-W, Mm., 119
Blanchard, Del, 134
BIonchord,Denn1s, 11 37,7b,1oe,112,
alankenmp, Dave, 134
Blass, Marsha, 1114
Blumenschem, Kmhy, 149
Blumenschem, 51011, 68,76,112
Bodemcn, Denms, 53,150,136
BOELTS, Muss Helen, 22,27
BOHELN, M151 Anne, 27,56
Bokemener, Scan, 134
Boland, John, 66,119
sold'-age, Darlene, 246
Bolelo. Shurlene. 150
Bohn Lynenn, 135
sandy, Donald, 150
Bondy, Robun, 135
Bonner, Emory. 53,135,218
Boone, Lonlyn, 119,17J,174,175
Boom, Kcmy, 135
Booth, Lenme, 'IJ5
Bordner, Mlchael, 76
sofgmcnn, cushy, 135
Boroff, Lee, 150,166,1B6,YO1
Bowe, ilvchord, 119
Bowen, Dale, 53,135
Bowen, vwkle, 76
sowmqn, shmwn, 49,135
Bouns, Louunne, 169
Bowns, Lucy, 119,164,155
Bradshaw, Mary, 119
Brady, James, 119,150,136
Brandi, Bob, 135
Brennan, some, 150
Brunlon, Kevm, 150
Brenlon, Leshe, 135
BREWER, Mr John, 77,49
Brm, Rhonda, 150
arm, wry, 14a,15o,2o.1,22a
Brockhous, Jay, 135
Brockway, Lance, 150
Brooks, Sharon, 135
Brosws, Dale, 135 218
Brown, Colleen, 1115
Brown, comme, 135
Blown, Deborah, 49,119
Brown, Doreun, 135
Brown, Duree, 150
Browr1,George, 175,185,218 222
Brown, James 5, 135,190
Brown, Janes, 7e,1:,4, 169
Blown, Jeanne, 148,150
Brown, Kmhy, 1511
amwn, Kulhy M,:1:1
Brown, Kaye, 150,169
Brown, Ken, 68,119,199
Brown, Ken, 119
Brown, Pony, 135
Brown, Rmk D,, 15O,164,1B6,197
Blown, Susan, 48,119
Brown, Wende, 53
awwmng, Kmhy, 135
Bruner, Lyn, 49,119,1a5,173
Brusl, Bob, 150
Buchanan, Barbara, 135
BUCKIEWICZ, Mr Wulver, 5411021 5
Buell, Dave, 49,119,196
Bvhon, Jamce, 150
Buker, Mary, 48,119
Buldndge, Bevsy, 135
Bullard, Dlana, 119,169
Buller, JeH, 150
Bwgma, Doug, 135,196
sufgofa, Janne, 49,135,176
Burgen, Pony, 49,132,135
Burkenbme, Joy, 60,150,136
Burns, why, 150
BUPRI, Mr .1cxk,60,200,?50
Burrow, Karen, 120,165
Burrow, Lundn, 45,150
Busby, Tama, 150
Byer, Mary, 135,239
Byers, Lloyd, 77
Byers, Lynn, 150
CAL:-1ouN,Mf Ronald Sb
Culkms, Peggy, 135
Callaghan, colleen, 150,176
Ccmocho, Dolores, 150
comme mmm, 64 120
Cameron, Karen 77,112
Camp. Randy, 77,172
Campbell, Am-eng, 120
Ccn1DaroI1,CoroI, 120 175
cumpqwl., Glen, 72,77,112,173,175,
Carman, Darlene, 135
cmmun, Rem, 120
Curnernollc, Gary, 120
calm, Dun, 120
Cafpemef, Paul, 150,166,197
Can, Cheryl, 150
Carr, chm, 43,150,176
cmmm, Mary, 1141
Conan, omg, 117795, 1 I2
comm, Susan, 170
Coffee, Nancy, 150
Calm, Debbue, 120
Cufm, Mane, 170
Conn, Roger, 55,713,206
Cary, Amen, 1Ja
Cary, wayne, 120
Cam-no, Edward, 120 189,216
Cuvcgna, John, 46,55 78,108 112,172
Cavm, sheela, 150
Camel, Duvnd, 150
Chambers, Dean, 135
Chan, Dons, 7B,1OB,112,171,17d,17S
Chapel, Debra, 130,168
chapel, Ed 150
Chalvervon, Lynn, 170,192,191
Chulson, Pol 136
Chnlson, Russ, 78
Choose, Moom1, 49,53 IJQ
CHRISTIANSEN, Mrs Marlene, 35
Chummun, Chns, 171
Cm, Inn, 120
clark, Doug, 170
c1AnK,Mv ow, an
Clark, John, bB,120
Clark, Lmaa, 35,545,136
C1urk,Tmc, 136 165
Clow, Bruce, 136,201,215
Clow, Land, 53,150
Clunus, Margo, 120
comes, George, 150
Cochran, June, 150,168
Cody, De1Ic, 120
Coe, Carrell, 120 175,706
Cole, Carol, 120
Cole, Duane, 150
Cole Edward, 136
COLE, Mr Geoffrey, Jo
Cole, Glen, 151
Cale, Ken 135
Cole, Scan, ISI
Coles M1d1uel,78 117
COLLINS, Mlss, Thelma A0
Comella, Stephen, 511,120
Comstock, Terry ISI
Connell, Glenda, 33,136,137 105
Conner, Frank, SC1,1?0
CMM., June, 415,136
Conover, Dana, 136
Cock, Harold, 115 136
Cook, Kerry 78
Cook, M11l1e, 151
Cock Rlchord, 120
com, reuy, 57 120,175
Cooper, Parry, 66,120
Cooks, Barbara, 50.159
Corben, Claymn 79
CORNUTT, Mm Faye, 32
Cowell, own, 130,145 166
Cosby, Frur1k,b8 IJO
Coslunzo Ruchord, 171
Core D1ane 53,136
Coulure, Pamela, 66,151
Cox. Sieve. 151
Cox, Tom 65,136
Cczeno, Carole, 136
omg, Gene 1s2,1e7
Cromer, Marsha, 171
Cmmmn, Yerry, 68,121
Crewse, Kay, 49,136,171
Cmes, Mn Max-ne,60,g2
Cross, Sieve, 151,197
Croiecu, Don, U1
Cublc, Ent, 151
Curvvnmgs, Sheme, 136
Cunm, Carol, 1Jb,1b9
Curly, sen, 121
D'Arnbros1a, Mary Anne, 151,164,175
Dulfymple, Susan, 24,121
Dumels, Gary, 136,164
oqmels, wmdy, 49,136
Donner, Debby, 79,112
Dorlow, Kenh, 121
Darnell, Debbue, 177
DAVIS, Mr Bun, 7B,6B,187
Dcvns, Mlke, 136,190,191
Duywn, 5.11, 151
Deal, Knmuen, 151
Dean. Dunne, 151
Deems, susan, :1o,a5,72,79,1os,11o
Delaney, Joe, 79,117
DeLuOssc, Margery, 151
DeLoZerdc, Slccey, 151,201
Demugclskn, Frank, A0,121,1bA
DeMoc1r, Dennus 136
Dempsey, sandra, 121 66
Dempmf, Dolores, 136
DesGeorges, Claude, 6A,80,175
DeVe1leo, Maroc, 151
Ducks, Stun, 171
Dmkson, Nuke, me
Dmmng, Dwnghl, 29,151
Drrks, Sion, 151
umm, Kuvhenne, 136
own, ow-U, 136
Dixon, Lynn, 121,165
Dobson, Sharon 80
Dodd, Debra, 171,176
Doefkmg, Bruce 151
Doevmg Gary, 136,171
Dolan, Jun, 121,173
Dole, T1rr1 68,121
Donaldson, Puggy, 151,1av
Donnell, Debble, 13u,17c
Douglas, Debra, 151,177
Dram, Jonev, 137
Drake, Toms, 111
Draper, Bobby. 49,137
Drennan, Tvmorhy, 151,197
DRISCOLL M135 Mary, Y3271
Duddmgmn, Norm, 151,160
Dugger, Randy 137
Dumas, Dave, 121
Dumals, Leonard 137
Duncan, Doug, 32,121
DUNDORE, M155 Dorothy, 30,107,116 1
Dunlop, Debby, 53,137,117
Dunn, Jun, 151,18b,197,206
DYER, Mr Thomas, 47
Emmy, Dave, 151,155
sam, mm, 151
sawn, Mon, 117
Edgar, Beverly, 151
Edmgmn, rm., 137
summon, Bob, 137
edwards, sob, 137
Edwards, Gmy, 511,130,112
Edwards, nan, 137
edwards, sawn, 121
shew, Barbara, 151,165
E1w1,M15 Jmphme, 13,27 54
snug, Barbara, 37,65,121,175
Euchslcdl Dowd, 117
EII, Judy, 151,165,176 I
511.011, Bryce, 121,122
511.011, sary, 151
Elhs, Mlke, B1
ELLMERS, Mr Harold, 54
Else, John, 122
Emmom, Pav, 137
Emm, John, 148,152,196
endmn, Debble, 122
, Brenna, 122
, chuck, 172
. Dan. 137
son, Mrcllben, 61
Essy, Inc, 122,187
Estes, Denms, 137
sim, Kamy, 01,160
Mr Gerald, 75
Euvsler, Ruben, 152,166,106
Evans, Debbne, 122
mm, Gmgef, 122
Evans, Joan, 15?
Evans. Joe, 81
Evans, Marlene, 137
Evans, M1chaeID., IJ7
ireland, nm, 45,137
Ewen, Rebecca, 15,122
Fulconev, Dowd, 17
Farley, Jume, 122
Former, Carol, 157
Farm, Vol 137
Fuuelm, Marlene, 64,122
Faulhcber, Ron, 172
FuuIkner,F1edd1e, 151 236
FAURO1, Mrs Janel, 28
Fuwcen, Donna, 122
Feammellu, Brad, 122,164
Fedevspuel, Debra, 152
Ferguson, nw, 122
Ferrell, Ann, 65.B1,117
Fenem, Joyce, 122
Fueld Carol, 66,137
Fmm, Rohm, 152
mah, vmon, 152
F-nley, Mary, 137
rmeny, Brendu, 414,81
Finney, Sveve, 152
Fnsher, Hayden, 118,811 12
Fnch, Joe 152
Flavhers, Nov, B?,117,1bl:,1b7,173,
FLEMING Ml Bruce, 45,206 250
FLITCROFT Mr Morv1r1,61
Foeller, Dan, 82 112
Foeller, D1one, 82,1111 15,175,192
Folck, M1chael, 68,172
Fonvcno Pam, 152
FOSTER, MlssJeor1, 78
Fosver, Larry, 57
Foslermun, Eluzubevh, 138
Fcuk, JoAnn, SJ
Fvcncehch, Floyd, 12?,1B8,19B,218
Francel1ch,Pam 138 169,176
Frunkenberg, Lmda, 12?
French, Debble, 157
French, Ken, 180
Fne, Sreve, 17?
Fry Man., me
Fuglee, Carol, 13,73,82,112,1 15,171
wmv, Chef., B7
FuIIer,CIaud1o, 49,135,154 165
Funk,Morr1s, 53 138
mm, Daw, as
Gage, Wally, 82,1 12,175,205
Gallagher, smen, 152
Gallenhne, Deborah, 66,127
Gollenlme, Sharon, 121
GcIlucc1,John, 46,82 108,112,165
Gollum Sharon, 13?,133,135,16d,165
Gm-du, Dummy, sa
Galena, Manuel 1?7
Gardner, Dave -13,d9.51,13B171
Garland, Dale, 135
Gwen, Jerry, 152
Gorren, Kovhy, 51,83
Gonon, Ray, 83 11?
Gone, D1ck, 127
Gcmuzcm Bunn, 1J8,201
Gdrlucoo Nach, 122,164,198 233
Gavme, rom, 50,152
Guy, Thomui. 133,173 188106
GEHRKE, Mr Leonard, 56,95,175
Genmer, Mark, BJ
Bef11wf11f1,Kvv1v,13411541719 Bush, 13.11, 150,106 C,,,,,,,,,,,A1,,,y R , 63,171 E1l1s,sev,1:17 Ge1mer,1om,152,177
Befffwv. Ann, HV Bush, Pmfm, 77,1OB C,,,Y,,e, Dove, 79 s11.5,nav.d, 166,190 owge, scrum, 138
Bv'1'1"'1 G'D"01 1181706 sye1,crw:u,77,1ba C,,,,,,! Cmdyl 7.7 51115, mu, so,s3,so oemge,1ed,sa,112
0'-uses, mln, 118,169
Geracl, Ken, 138
Geren, Don, 164
Gemfhef, Mary Jo, 65, 122
Gesen, Don, 157
Gefthell, Jerry, 83,1 17,117,175
Gelchell, Ross, 138,171
Giondomemco, Mme, 64,122
Gnandomenmo, Warren, 157
Gamnone, Nlck, 157
Glam, Alon, 165
G1Iber1. Jem, 1118
Culberv, Karen, 138
cum, Larry, 1218
Cullen, Jun, 123
Gullles, Doug, 51138, 177,184,196
G-wan, Mmgcm, 138
Gush, Sion, 152,1B8,197,706,217
Glmmnw, 11.11, 138
Glenn, LeNae, A8,I?J
Glenn, Shern, 152
Gmewcsz, Barbara, 152,190
Gmewosz, Fehcuu, 123,174
omewou, Km, .1o,41,sJ,1 12,171,174
Goersch, Rex, 138
Goetz, James, 173
Goldsby, Roger, 130
G00d, Brad, 129
Goodlellow, Jean, 12:1
Goodwun Rhea, 138 171
Goody. Randy. 157
Gurdevl, Jams, 152
Glare, Sieve 68,123
Gorowsk- Gary 91112 :av
Gorslme, Mary, 50,57,12ll,175
Goals, Kcvhefme 00,123 uw
Goss, Doug, 00,123
Gossell, Carol, 123
Gould, Debbae, 157
Graham, Joy, I-18 157 168,165
Grundy, Greg, 49,135 164,164,218
Grunslrom, from-, 138,184
G1zANr,M1,, mommy, 41
Grover, Mary, 04,123
Grcv, Allie, 138
Gray, owne, 13a
Gray, xumy, 4E,51,BJ,112
cfm, xmhwn, 123
cfm, Mary, 123
Green, W11hom, 138,718
GREENFIELD, Mrs Jar1el,o6
cfwmugh, B111 152
Greer,G1er1da, 66, 123
Greer, Roy. IJB
Greer, Joy, 61,133,172
Gregg, Shelley, 171
Gr-mum, Annene, BJ
Gnmm. Shelley, 43,1:w,
GROGAN, Mr Howard, 25,172
Gross, Robert 8-1,18O,?Ob,71-1215,
Grove, Sieve, 55,7184 111,117,161
Guomonu Nancy, 123
GuHey, Pal 157,164
Guule Lmdo, 139
Guvle Sieve, 173
Gum, Douglas, 157,156,202
Gullricrrd Ph1lI1p, 157,184
Gunner, Ken, 139,154
Gunnison, Cums, BA
Guualmn Kmum, 130
Guy, Maru 139
Haag, Leonard, 123
Hcupqm, nm, 152
Hogan, Cun, 173
HAGGLAND, Mr Jusnce 47
Mulbefg, road, ma
Hale, Llnda, 139
Hun, Dan 153,186
Hall, Debbne, 42,123
HALLM15 Emd 25
Hall, Ken, 50,511 84,112
Hamm, Loren, 49,1B4,1?3,21B
Hammond, Ehsubelh, 153
Hankey, Joe, 153,164
Hansen, Sherry, 135,151,169
Hapulu, Steve, 1:19
Hmumg, Debra 123
Hmdmg, suave, 139,164
Nord-ng, Susan, 37,04 B-1,117
Harman, Mm, 139
Horrnon, Debra, 123,173
Harmon, Sveve, 139,173
Harper, AI 139
Horr1s,Dcrlene, 117,123 20?
Harvey, Bruce, 153 wo
HASHBERGER, Mr Larry, 30313148
Hmrmway, Gary, 121,175,199
Havhawcy, Kay, 123
Halton, Wesley, 139 '
Haugen, Debra, IJ?
1-150501, Kathy, 64,173,169
Haugen, susan, 139
Hcusklnx, Connle, 153,164
Hewslnns, 11.51, 139
Hawkins, Lorene, 174,177
Huwklrxs Leon, 48,139
URGENS, My w.l1.efn,45
lsbell, Jeen, 154
115nn, susan, 48,5o,53,87,11a,177
115, cnnny, 77,724,174
Kroley, Mary, 125
Kruger, Sleye, 140
5n, lvlnyn, 140
Hewlnns, nney, 153,185
Haynes, 8.11, 53,188
Haynes, 12.811, 114
Haynes, sveye, 55,112
rlelnneln, leny, 153
Hennlngev, Many, 130
Henschel, Murll, 4B,S7,174
Herd, Thomas, 153,188
Herrmann, Paul, 55,153,197
Hess, svunley, 153
Hess, Wayne, 68 124
Hevuck Greg, 174
Hlckerson, Deborah, 174
llleke, laenbnle, 148,153
Hlcks, Russ, 153
Hldey, Enne, 153,202
Hllaenbmnd, Rodney, 153,155,195
14.11, cheryl, 153
Hlll, Jnrnes, 54,124
Hlll, Jell, 153,186,197
HILL, Dr lucllle, 78
mule, Randy, 68 124
Hllleslcnd, Sylvlo, 4B,5O,51,53,Bb,
Hneen, Judy, 139,169
Hudson, Nancy, 86,190
Hellman, Dale, 153
Hcgelcnd, Mono, 153
Hokenson Don, 124
Helder, Nancy, 130
Hollar1d,Jell, 153 197
Hallway, Rlcllard, l39,16b,184,701
l-lelfnee, Many, 153
HOLT, Mr Donald, 71
Jackson, Dlnnn, sa
N, Ml. Gary, 54
Jae1s5n,51eye, 174,164 197,193
Jacobsen, nylon, 53,140
JAcolsssN,M1 Reben, 107
Jenbee, cheryl, 154,159
Jellneo, Jell, 140
JENlclNS, Mrs, Ellen, 75
Jensen, 81en85, 154
Jensen, Greg, 154
Jensen, Jon, 9,174,175,18B,?1B,773
Jensen, Kolhy, 49,140
Jewell, lynn, 48,s2,124
Jngenele, Gary, 140
JOHNS, M1 eawnld, 47,122
Kwon, Neney, 154
Rwusney, BnJee, 175
LACKAPF, Mf,Pe1ef, 37
Lol-Jue, 1515, 154
l5nn15dlefe, Learn, 154
lake, sandra, 154
lnfnb, sleplmnle, 141
LANDES, Mrs. Thelma, 32
Leng, Gayle, 154
Lan den, mek, 125
J5nne5n, Allen, 140,173,188
Johnsen, laefbfne, 50,140
Johnson, 8efn1, 154
JOHNSON, M, Clyde, 78
Jennwn, ned, 154,164
J5nn,5n, Gary, 88,113
Jennwn, Judy L , 50,174,165
Langdon, Inn, 141
Larson, Harold, 90
Lemon, Sandy, 125.168
Larsson, ey5, 141
Lesnvel, Cunle, 154
1511, James, 90,1 13,171,175,177,1o5
Hoelnne, Deneld, l39,155,l84,1Qs
Hoppe, Lee, 55
Hnfnbeel P51,a5 172
HORVA111, M155 Kc1l1eryn,A1
Howard, Darrell 58,124
Howcnh, Dennn, 58,87
Howe lyy, 87,172
Hewell, M1enel1e, 153
Huber, snnley, 139
Huck, lz.enenJ, 153
Hudson, Deye, 137,139,167,776,730
1-lnasen, Deryl, 11,39 4l,87,1 13,154
Huueuel Mary 58,153
llemne, Evelyn 153
Hullmun Guy, 153
Huker, Andrew, 139
Hwnel, undo 22,140
Idol unan, 124
lggulden Don, 153
neue, Jerry, 140 155,200,201
J5nn55n, Lmene, 154
Jennson, sleye, 154,242
Jennwn, susan, 38
J5nne5n,1n5nnn, 140, 184,258,759
JoHNsoN,lv11ee 1nJdy, 37
Jonnslon, Rey, 76
Johnston, Rey, 50,175
Jonnsmn, Llndy 55,88 113,163,169
Jonnemne, Den, 154
JONES, Mr Flnya 157
Jones, Joe, 88,113,187
Jones, Kenny, 154
Jones, Reyln, 58125, 155,175,180 195
Jung, C5151 175
Junker, oe-515, 140,155
Rudolph, lannc, 175
Koehlen, Aaron, 186
Kohn, Dan, 175
KAISER, Mr Gary, 34
Konus Ku1l'1y,72 B9,11fS,169176,761
Kmln, Dlnne, sv, 113,177
Keener, 511112, 124
Kclsner, Deborah, 175
1c51JlnnJn 13.11, 140
REARNS, Mr Donald, 31,117
Keeler, Don, 39,BQ,165,175,1B0,758,
Kelly, Benbnfn, 140
Kelley, lannn, 154,197
Kelley, L5nnle, 49,124,159
Rehn, Jerry, 154
Kenner, 8515511 35 175
Kefnpel, Kay, 140
Keyes, John, 154
KING, Mr Jack, 71,77
Klevzel, Sveve, 174
Knapp. J1JIle, 174
Knoll, Kunn, 89,159
KNOTTS, M155 Kc1111vyn,47,171,24O
Knudsen, Denrlls, 68
Krlwson, Ruben, 154,188
Knlnscn, Mark, 132,13Cl,14O,1b3,1BA,
Koch, Guly, 154,190
Keener, J1Jcy, 48,85,73,e9,101 113
lceezel, Dale, 125
Koehler, Anfon, 154
Reneleuy Elleen, 140
Krcemer, Bob, 154
140,188,718 777 773
Lendfeun, slllle, 90
Laws, mvem, 53,125
ll, Mark, 141
LelsnJn, Rnende, 154
Lee, Arnold, 141
Lee, Jvdy, 154,154,175
Lee, lcnlen, 154,154
lenfno, Lelo, 141,177
Lenon, Themes, 155
Lepp5, June, 94
Ron, 11,37,90,109,113 105
Leymom, Junlce, 175
Libke, Deborah, 175
M1-Jlev, Mlke, 141
MALONEY, Mr l55epn, J7
Mclsey, reny, 67,471,113
Molsey, 15n., 24,4Q,141,154,15s
Mcnnmen, J55n, 35,125,175
Mennlng, Dennn, 91
lv1ANNlNG, M1 James, 107
Menon., Gefy, 176
Men., sveye, 417,172,113
Mem, Duane, 141
M51le50, lvlenlyn, 141
Mnnnell, D5n, 141
Monncll, Rouen, 176,175,167
MARJNJ, Mne Joanne, 55
Mevnef, Mary, 142
lv1n155n, mn, 170
Mennews, sleye, 142
May, Pele, 254,255
Med-ne, John, V3
Menng, Dune, 155
Nleln, Royle, 141
Mendeln, sob, 147
Meepley, Gwen, 155
Meyer, claude, 155
Meyer, Edward, 155
Meyer, undo, 55,142
Meyers, leeele, 53
Mlerngnnn Wayne, 155,185,202
Mlef, Rlenens, 177
Mllee, 8.11, 155
Mlllef, cevny, 49,142
M1Iler, oe55f5n, 142
Mrller, D1cne, 55,155
MILLER, M15 Lcr1alne,65
MILLER, MJ Mlke, 59
Mlllef, Pm, 125
Mlllel, 17801, 155
lvllllel, 11501, 155
M1lle1, Penny, 147
MILLER, Mrs Psyche, 64
McCar1y, Len, 127
McCauley, Kmhy, 156
McClure, Cher, 130
McCOMB, Mr McrI1r1,61
McCreud1e, Kenrlevh, 156
Owen, Llndn, 143
Owens, Jnn, 48,49,95,11J
Pqlnnnn, Leong, 156
Mem-Jnlels, .l1m, 165,171
Mesneney, Den, 45,177
McEwen, Jell, 156,171
Meewen, Jeny, 127
lvlernll, Deye, 49,177,180
Palmer, Ken, 49 143,171
PANCHEAU, M1 Gee1ge,5o,53,l77,
Pappas, Tomo, 177
Perm, Cleve, 143,171 175,215
Perm, Gerry, 143
PARR,Mf 1nefnm, 45
Pnnnn, cleg, 155,185,201
vennoll, Den, 143
Mennlene, 051714, 177,1bb,l8O,19Q,
McGowan M51 fne1,35,37,4a,92,113
McGlJlre, Dlane, 156
vewnele, Gow, 141, 188
Passmore, lzebln, 155
MeG1Jne, Gary, 142,184
Mcliugue, Joanne, 147
McKEE, Mr J0rv1e5,bO
MCKERCHER, M455 Cetul, 77,313,777
Melcelhen, Remy, 92,113
MCKNIGH1, Mrs Rose, 65
McLean, Randy, 150
Meouew, Jqmes, 156
Llnd, Susan, 175
Llnderrlulh, Jane, 49,141
LINDGREN, Mrs Mcrl1yn,37
Llndnclnl, Hymn, 91,194
Llndl, Lon, 50,155
Llndley, Keren, 141,177
Linven, Pamela, 90,113
Ll1lle,Cl1r1sl1e, 155,165 706
Lmle, Darlene, 91,109
Llyely. Den, 49,125
Loclchcrr Mlke, 155,188
Lohmeyer, Cheryl, 155
L5rn58, An, 91,113
Lomax, Jeeqlne, 141
Leng, Paul, 155
Lopko, Barbara, 176
Lovennnl, Irene, 141
Lurlcelor, Ron, 175
Lund, Anllc, 141
Lund, cheryl, 155
Lunde, mae, 176
Lushenko, Evelyn, 51,7J,91,f74 113,
15514, Lucy, 155,159
1011, Nnndy, 60,176
Lynn, Judy, 176
Lynn, Roben, 155,185,701
Lylle, Bob, 126,175,177
MABRV, Mr nenele, 47,172,2o5,77Q
Meeonnlels, Jnn, 91,113
Meelellene, 111185, 155
Meexey, 11711-nl, 141
Meeulnleen, s1Je, 141
Meeulln, Ellen, 155
Mcgel, Glenda, 50,141
MAIER, M1 Ruben, 41
M5,5n, Joe, 141
Mlllel, snnley, 93,113
Mllrel, susan, 49,55,l47,15a
M1ller,SuscnL , 155,169,704,70c
Mnnef, sandra, 93
Munch, Jerry, 176
Mconnw Jeny, 147
Naylor, Cruylon, 1J,118,b7,94,1 13
NEELEY, Mr John, Sb
Nees, Carole, 147,169
Nelson, sem, 142
Nelson, Connle, 1411
NELSON, Mr Donald, 30,31
Nelson, Gveg, Q4, 191
Nelson, Larry, 113
Neleen, sup, 177
r, Mlke, 156
Newcomer, Nleu, 143
Newell, Sharon 156
Newlan, Dlono, 150,165
Newton, reny, 177-
Nlcholus, Peny, 156
Nnnnell, canal, 55
Nelde, Nlfny, 127
Mellen, Debl, 77
Mohr, Rebecca, 50,170
M5nee5, Debble, 25,a5,125,1e5
Monroe, Derek, '73,109,113,171,177,
MOORE, Mrs ennne, 30,141,137
Moo., Rose, 155
Meme. Regel, 4B,4f:,5e-1,125,255
Movcom, Karen, 147
NONNE, Mrs , 77
Nenne, sylene, 49,143
Nefby, Mercy, 127
Nevley, Neney, 155
Nerd, Joyce, 145
NORL1N,Mr5 Eleanor, 77,3135
NYLAND, Mn. Mary Jean, 75
Nylend, 12.811, 156
obeld, neyld, 95
o'lan5n, lolynda, 143,258
o snen, Neney, 143
Morehouse, Ross, 37,94,109,11f1,175
Morgan, Dun, 155
Morgan, JoEller1, 48
Morgan, Ren, 142,154,205
Mlss Dorolhy, 77,115
Melnmn, 111515, 38,176
Meebnnl-ef, Debnnnn, 155
lvleun, Pere, 150
Mullen, Nlne, 176
Muller, Leny, 94
lvlulynney, Larry, 155
Mulyuney, w5nd5, 04
Munkers, 6511, 156,169
Murphy, vlnee, 94,202,207
Myers, Terry, 127
Mesnae, An, 150
Mesnde, Menu, 97,113,165,170,171,
Mecellner, Lynn, 142
Mcicrnmon, Anne, 142
Odben, s0e5n, v,14,120,124,l54,l5Q,
olen, oely, 141
Olayos, Jenev, 156,164
olney, Jey, 143,155
Olsen, Jennee, 156,186
ld, 95,109,1 13,175,176,
Lynn, 315595, 1 11,175
Oman, Ronald, 143
, Peggy, 95
1, sleye, 141
Opolmcl, Dove, 95,177
015115, Mmhael 95,113
Oresle, Jelf, nB,Q5,11J,16b,189,
Orsen, Neal, 49,68,177,l66
Oryn, cneg, 49,127
oebeek, Crmg, 155,188
OSBORN, Mr. Earl, 79,706
oelwn, Neney, 143
Osborn, Wllllam, 14J
Osborne. Dlanu, 177
Osbufn, Randy, 156
Over, Sondra, 143
Oswcll, Bob, 37,177
Puvllcek, Rory, 155
Payne, R1J1h,5o 96,113
Peenon, Remy, 95,1 1 1143, 158,254
Pee1,5n,R51hy Anne, 4B,5l,178
Peek, Mme, 178,166
Peck, Susan, 3B,48,b5,9b, 109 113,
Peck Vlckl, 141168
PEDEN, M15 June,b4,101
PEERY, M1 John, 40
Peeis, Nero, 156
Peloquln, any, 111
Pemod, Sue, 178
Pefklnf, Karen, 143,164
men, D5y1d, 155
Peleu, Jenlee, 143
Peterson, Bobb1e, 178
Peferson, Pm, 144
Peterson, sreyen, 144,184,196
Pevewen, vleuy, 144,158
Perfume, Deyld, 144,166,718
PeNer1g1ll,Mel1sso, 73 96,111
Phllllpe, Dome, 156,170
Peellene, Themes, 144
Plelup, calnym, 155
PlereYll,Janls, V6,l13 '
Plelce, Dove, 178.
PIPER, M155 Beryl, 55
me., Donna, 155,205
Platt, Mcvlo, 144
Pedeney, Mllnde, 96,113
Ronnnqn, Jnn, 155
Pohrmcn Terry, 144
Pomeruy, Paul, 144
Rcpp.n5, James 49,144
POTTER, M1 Duvld, 79
Penel, Lony, 155
Powell, Anne, 155,159
Pnze, Dave, 49,144
Prusck, Ed, 178
PUCKE11, Mn Mlnam JJ
PULLIAM, Mr Chc1les,70,79
Puppos, Jonlo, 159
Pwpvw, levm, 157,158
mnyn, Johnny, 178
PUTNAM, Mrs CY1r1s1lne,65
PASCHIO, Mr Dorlo, 56
Rngnone, Roger, 157
Ruler, lon 157
Rainer, Roberv, 175
Randall, Florence, 125 165
Repnqel, An, 157,190
11511, Nancy, 128
Raefnnuen. Glenn, 97
Rnlnley, Gary, 157,155,184
Rullllney, Shelrle, 178
Reorley Judy, 157
Reese, JoE1Ien, 157
Remme, Dole, 144
Femme, Roxanne, 157
Penlsh, Sieve, 97
:sermon Chns, 157,190
mee, N5ney, 1144
ltreharaean, Robtn, 157,169
Rkhford, Arlene, 11,:15,97,109,1 13,
RICHTER, Mr. Carlton, 57
Rtckard. Charlotte, 48 66,128,177
Riddle, vrrgrnra, 128
Riesenman, John, 116,128,162,228
Riordan, Dan, 157
Ritchey, Dane, 144
Ritter, Wllrna, 144
Rivera, Jean, 144,168
Rivera, Roste, 128
RIZNER, Mar Gtaayr, 27,413,173
Roach, Orval, 32,128
Raodruck, Randy, 22,97,113
Roadruck, Rlck, 128
Raberti, Marlene, 157
Rageatr, Ren, 45 97,113,164,175,
Robrnett, Marta 97
Robtnson, Darleene, 144
Rabrnean, Mtke, 157
Robrnson, Ratrlce, 157
Robtnson, Rtck, 97,114,175,207,
Robson, John, 157,201
Rodd, Ken. 157,197
Rogers, Julle, 144,154
Rarsam, Roger. 128,164,180,194
Roisum, Ted, 144
Raley, Ed, 50,144,177,184,201,21B
Roos, Stephen, 55,157,197
ROSE FESTIVAL, 266,267
Rose, Lowell. 97,172
Ross, Janrce, 1278
Ross. Jtm, 128
Ross. Joyce, 128
Ross, Kathre, l1,37,98,109.1 14,161
ROSS. Mrs Rohm, 29
Ross, Steve. 144
Rea, Terry, 128,180
kaa, Wendy, 157
Rath, Susan, 64,128,177
rzaantree, kteky 144
Rowley, Dorothy, 53,144 169
Rawley, kanay, 128
Royce, Jerry, 157
Roylonce, Dtane, 98,109,114,175
Raylance, Doug, 157,188
Raylance, Pam, 53,144,l65,168,236
Ruddell, Bob, 98
Rrraaetl, Jan, 129,154,171,174 175,
Ruddell, Larry, 50,52,53,98,177
Ruddell, Ray, 53,144,190
Rueck. Paul, 129,166,184
Rarnbaagh, Greg, 157
Ruodhoug. Karen, 144
Rust, Glorra, 129,173
Ratan, Davrd, 98,114,16o,189,218,
Rutherford, Kelly, 12,98,165,172
Ruthruff, Lmda 53,129
Ruthruff, Steve, 144
Ryan, 5111, 129.166
Ryan, Dan, 129 f
Ryan, Sttela, 159
Ryart, Theresa, 157
Sadamata, Ret, 144,168
isaarrng, Daytd, 144
Shell, Yoshtko, 148,157
,SaIrsbury, Dentee, 145
Salladay, Susan, 65,98 1 14
Salats, Jlm, 157
Salars, Karen. 145
Salaurtl, Edna, 98,114
Saloum. Harvey, 106
saleant, Mary, 145
Sar1ders,Sharon, 99,114,168 172
Sanders, Terese, 157
SANDS. Mr Melvllle. 29
santangela, Kratrne, 99,114
Sauer, Linda, 99,168
501121, Rltthatd, 53,145,171,177,206
SAVAGE, Mr.Franc1s, 45
Savory, Cathy, 145
Savary, John, 45,99,1 14,167,174,
ScaIes,Vrek1, 49 145,176
Schaffer, Mrtchell, 157,164,186,201
Schaeffer, Sharon, 99,114
Schechtel, Jeanne, 99,109,114,175
Schedel, Llnda, 145,169
SCHEELE, Mr. Leonard, 57,189
senenkenberger, ctnay, 38,116,120
Schtbel. Elarne, 22,99,1 10,1 14.160,
Sehtael, Rtehara 1:1,14a,157,152,
Schlele, Cannte, 129
Schtele, Rtchard, 53,145
Schlller, Lort. 157
sehlaht, Darrell, 129
Sehltekener, Gary, 129,171
Schlosser, Dave, 145
Schmldt, Brenda, 157,168
Schmtdt, Ray, 129
sehrntat, Roger, 129
sehrrtttr, Bryan, 99
sehnetaer, Pltylln, 145
senaenbeek, tcatny, 145
Schott, Nola. 157
Sthrelner, Karen, 53
Schroth, Jeff, 157,202
Schuette, J1rn, 157,197
ghuutte, -Jolene, 37,129,177
Schultz, Gary, 99
Schulze. George, 145
Schuyler, Deytng, 129
Schwartz,Pau1, 129,175, 180, 198
Sconce, vrnee. 157
Scorcro, Sherte, 145
Scott, Jane, 49,145
Scott, Shella, 101,114
Seuangen, Clrtt, 129
Seaberg, Elatne, 49,129,169
Selbold, Charles, 64,129
serrana, Ray, 145
Sessler, lnana, 158
Setterberg, sae, 101,114
seyenan, Geargta, 129
SEWRIGHT, Mrs Ruby, 43
Seymore, Kent, 145,154
Shaffer, M1ke, 158
Shannon, Russell, 145
Sharkey. 5.11, 158
Sharkey, wayne, 129,164
Shea, Dan-el, 145
Sheekells, Donna, 129
Sheets, Harrret, 145,165,171
Shelton, naarn, 155
Shennon, Russ. 511
SHERIDAN, Mrs Ardls, 25
Shields, Bob, 8,129,194
Shlelds, Fred, 101,114
Short, Marshall, 50,53,72,101,l14,
Shorts. Becky, 158
Shrake, chrntrne 145
Shrake, Stuart, 158
Shumway, Robert, 157
ssegle, Peggy, 52,129,175
Sregner, Cathy, 49,129
Stegner, Dave, 101,114
Stmonsen, Drek, 101
srpp, Elena, 35,48,129,165,173,177
strtannt, Mary, 158,168,206
skaggr, Leelle, 65.99,114
skeen, Mary, 145.168
Sktnner, Jtm, 99,239
SKLENICKA, Mr Joseph, 57,171
Slone, Judy, 158,164,169
Sloane, LeRoy, 158,171
Srnlth, Andrea, 129
Srtttttt, Carol, 66,120
Srntth, Ctndy, 158
srntth, crtag, 158
Smlth, Davtd, 158,188
Stntth, Gary, 145
srnrth, Helen, 129
Srntlhl Jaek, 68,129
Smlth, Jane, 39,49,129,145,165,168
, Janet, 129
. Joyce, 158
, Kathy. 66
Kathy 1 , 158
. Larry, 39,129, 166,261
Srntttt, Margaret, 145
Smtth, Mark L., 145,218
srnrtn, Mark, 101,154,155
Smtth, Mary, 145
Part 6 64 146 '204
4 Y. , ,
Smtth, Steve, 129
srntth, sae, 146
srnrtn, satan, 158
ere, Steve, 146,184,196
r, Dave. I29,165,l80,206
saaerberg, Helen, 129
saaeraaat, Steve, 158,166,202
SOMNER,M1ss Menlee, 23
saanaa. Alan, 145
saanaa, Shtrley, 158
Spacek, Darrell, 146,166
sparks, aan, 158
Spectale, Jan, 22,23,l29, 175
sartnggay, Debra, 158
sparlaek, Jean, 45,54,130,175
Stafler, Mark, 146
Pamela, 43,158 176
Statgle, Rosalee, 148
Statno, Ltndo. 131
Stalker, Dayra, 140
Stark, Greg, 131
Steeves, Fred, 146
Steffan, Debbte, 158
Robert, 1 58
Stevens, Dorene 146
rt, Janet, 101,114
rt, Dtane, 101
Stewart, Nancy, 130,168
Stewart, Susan, 158
Stewart, rarn, 101,159
Sttckles, Danna, 102,114,169 54
sttnnette, Susan 146,168
St Mane, Gordon, 53,145
Stokes, Debble, 148,158,206
Stokes, Susan, 146
Stratght, Susan, 130,175
Strange, Danny, 146
Strreklana, Barry, 146
Srruble, John, 61,114,164,180, 1811,
Stuckl, Gayle, 26,72,109 11O,114,
Sructtrattt, Ed, 146
Sulltvan, Beckte, 146
Summers Barbara, 158
rr, Jerry, 130
Svoboda, Joan, 114
Sworn, Mark, 39,100,114
Swaln. Susan, 158.176
, Lynn, 50,164
Sweet, Allan, 158 186,202,206
SWEO, Mr John, 57
Taeeagna, Lynn 158
Taeeegna, Steve. 130
Tarnblrng, Stan, 158
Tana, Teresa, 155
ranery, Carat, 65,130
ratrnan, Clyde, 102
Tausohn, rrea, 146
Taylor. Dantel, 102,218
Taylor, Dean, 5053.102
Taylor, Dtana, 146
Taylor, Dan, 49,53,1o3,114
Taylor, Dorcas, 53,145
Taylor, Klp, 68
Taylor, Mark, 158
Taylor, Nancy, 158,169,176
Taylor, Steve, 146
raylar, Steve M, 158
Taylor, tharnas, 146,164,165,201,218
raylar, vteky, 130,159
1w1t.Ge9fae, 12.61, 103,172
ternpletan, Steve, 114
TERADA. Mr. vaehtnaba, 23
19'1Cl9r. Leona, 66,130.46,47
tesaa, Kathy, 49,146,171
Thacker, Jttlte, 158
rnarn, Ltnaa, 130,174
Thom, Ronney, 130
rharta, Sandra, 158,171
Thomas. Jay, 46,49,130,177,'187
THOMAS.M15s Eltrabeth, 27,272
tharnasan, eager, 114
tharnpean, Chrys, 103 114
trtarnaean, Dayra, 10,99,103 111,1l4,
Thompson, Nancy, 130
tharae, Colleen, 146
rratan, Darla, 155
rratan, Sherry, 103
Todd, Karen, 158
raaa, lcetgh, 146,171
ratflernrre, Charlotte, 146
Torelle, oarathy 158
Torres, Molra, 158
Tatzen, Joanne, 155
rayyer, Janet, 146
Tot. Debate. 130
rraatrtten, Lee, 45,51,130
Treat, Sharon, 159
trrrnnt, Lan, 159,169
rrtnet, Dan, 13,72,57,103,1 14, 152,
Toeqer, Steve, 130
rratrlla, John, 159
rtanernrtra, Tyler, 133,146,166
Turley, Steven, 103,114,171
Turner, Donna, 103
rarner, Gary, 146,166,184,218
rrrrner, laeeah, 103
Tweten, Carla, 159,169,204,206
TYLER, Mrs ,27
Tyler, Vtrqlmo. 2,13,51,103,109,
ULlAND,M1ss Krlsta, 25 229
Ullman, sytyta, 39,130
urgan, Margarette, 147
vanAeker, Judy, 146
venee, Lynn, 159,176
VanC1eove, Dawna, 130
VanCleave, Eyanne, 159,164
Vandehey, Paul, 53,147
van ae W1eIe,Gatl,65,72,1O4,114
VonDusen, Danna, 159
VanTrayer, Gene, 130,235
vanveen, Rosanne, 130,164
Vassar, Joann, 133,147,169
VAUGHN,M1ss Patrtaa, 55,175
velanaer oanrel, 104,114,166,180,
venea, Janet, 130
The 1968 ALMANAC Staff
Expresses Thanks to:
Veness, Martha, 147,168
Veness, Nancy, 159
Vest, James, 66,147,164
Vlce, Tom, 130
Vtchas. Dena, 130
vrgna, Gary, 147,205
Vlnetguerra, Jean, 130,187
Vanleldt, Gary, 104
vantelat, vtekre, 147
Vorseth, Jay, 159
valgarn M1chele, 37,41,104,109,
Wagner, Alben, 104,114
Wahl, Debble, 159
Wahl, Don, 147,164
WAID. Mrs Betty, 29
warts. snare, 159
Watts. Rlchard, 131
Wakeman, Andrea, 131
Wakeman, John, 159,197
Walker, Annette, 53,147
Walker, Gary, 104,114,166,218
Wall, Larry, 147
Walsh, Theresa, 159,206
Walter, Trudy, 122,131,65,48
Walters. Debbre, 147
Walters. Dtana, 159
Walters, Davy, 147
WALTON, Mr Denzrl, 41
Ward, Kenneth, 201
Ward, Mtke, 159
Warrnuth, Vltkte, 159
Warner, Kathryn, 49,s0,147,159,177
Warner, Sally, 45,50,s1,53.104, 177
Warren, Lynette, 147
waeharn, Lyn, 65.131
washarn, Marlene, 159
watkrne, Mary, 147
Watktns, Sherry, 104,114
Watts, Donald, 59,104
WAX, Mr Phtl, 29,162
Weaver, Llnda, 147
Weaver, Phyllts, 34,131,190
Webb, Dale, 104,114
Webb, Turetta, 147
Weber, Allan, 159,164,186,201
Weber, Don, 131
WEED, Mrs Helen, 27,fl1,110,148
Weeks, Karen. 147
Weeks, stephen, 10,114
Wetsenberg, Gordy, 105,114,165.180
Welss, Vtekr, 105
Welssenbuehler, Ina, 53
Welch, Cynthia, 147,164
Wellln, Susan, 131
Welltngton, Joanne, 159
Wendell, Sharon, 147
West, earaara, 105,114
West, Dayra. 159
wesrcort, Mr. Arrhrrr, 12,211,241
Westerberg, Jeyee, 131
weeterttela, Norma, 53,131
Wetvom. Tarty, 150,154
weetwaaa, Laey, 147
WHEELER Mr Ehrtck, 33
Wheeler. Rea, 26,72,105 110114,168,
wlttte, Lan. 131
Whtre, kaaerta, 159
Whlte, Sharon, 105
wntte, Sherry, 105,114
whtte, wayne. 131
Whltehead, Cectlla, 159
wnrttley, candy, 159
Whttlock, Susan, 159 '
wtek, Jrray, 105,114
Wtckham, sanara, 159
Wlese. Mlke, 131
Wlkander, Mary Dee, 159,165,169
Wlkander, Merrlee, 159
wtllett, Gary, 131,201
Wtlletr, Steven, 159
Wllgrgmnl, Sharon, 61,105, 1 14,169
Wtllts, orane, 48,131
WlLLIS,Mr rrea, 47,250
wrltan, Gary, 105
wtlran, Jay, 49,147,171
wtltert, Kathy, 49
Wtlson, Penny, 49,147
Taylor Publishing Company
Don Jones, Representative
Wong's Porfraif Sludio
Wllson, Steve, 159
Wtlvon, terry, 159
Wtnchester, Ron, 131
Winegardelt. Alan, 22,105
Wrnegarden. Donna. 159
W1NTERS, Mr. James, 55,149
Wtseman, Cherre. 147
Wtttkop, Larry, 159,197
WOHLD, Mlss Susan, 174,41
Wohlers. Karen, 14,159
Wold, Arthur, 131,175,1B0,218
Wolf, Clark, 159,190
Walfe, Douglas, 131,207,213
Wolfe, Anne, 33,106,114
Wolfe, Pat, 49,147
Wolff, Donna, 48,131,173,175
Wolff, tzrehara, 159
Wolff, Vlckkl, 147,169
Salford, Glarla, 131,168
Walleck, Greg, 35,131,154
Wong, Gary, 147
Wong, Jetta, 159
Wong. Sa Hrrr, 131
wang, Steven, 106,114
waea, Lebnna, 38,131
Wood, Leslee. 147
Wood, Mark, 106,114
Wood, Pot, 159,188,197
Wood, Robert, 147,188
Woodhouse, Steve 45,131
Woods, Don, 131
Woods, Porn, 147
Woodward, Robert, 147
warkrnan, Barbara, 50,131
Workman, Jackte, 147
Wrtght, Dan, 106,109,114,172,174,
Wrrght, Gayle, 159
wrtght, Marlene, 159,175
Wunderllch. Martha, 131,
Wyatt, Mark, 50,53,147,184,201,
wyrner, C-laayee, 106,114,169
vaeanettr, sarn, 147,190
vantarak1, Dave, 105,1 14,165,171
Yeager, Daye, 147
vark, Terry, 159
vouNG, Mrs Gwenaalyn
varrng, L-naa, 159
vaang, Rtchard, 147
Young. Steve, 147
Zadon, Anna, 106
zaleekr, Geerge, 147
Zellner, caralyn, 147
z1e1taar1, Baa, 159,186,197
Zrmmerman, Dan, 45,1 14
Zlmmerman, Janlce, 147
Zimmerman, Susan, 131
Miss Driscoll Sees Changes During Thirfy-Nine Year Tenure
One of Franklin's arT Teachers, Miss
Mary Ellen Driscoll, reTired This year afTer
having TaughT arT aT Franklin for ThirTy-
Miss Driscoll, who aTTended boTh
MarylhursT for Two years, and The ArT
InsTiTuTe of Chicago, obTained her Bache-
lor of Fine ArTs degree from The Univer-
siTy of Oregon. She laTer wenT on To
Reed To sTudy Toward her MasTer's
Before she began her Teaching career,
however, she sTudied under such famous
arTisTs and designers as Rudolph Shaef-
fer of The School of Color and Design
in San Francisco, and Emil Jacques, a
Belgian arTisT, and Sydney Bell of The
During her firsT year of Teaching she
was The only arT Teacher aT Franklin.
ConsequenTly she TaughT Two an classes
aT once. Lafer, when The arT deparTmenT
was expanded and The arT wing was
added, she designed boTh her own room
and The adioining ceramics room.
Miss Driscoll's inTerior design class is
The only one TaughT in The Portland
schools. Many now-successful designers
goT Their sTarT in Miss Driscoll's inTerior
design class. One of These is Dick Mil-
ler, ci leading Portland inTerior designer.
BoTh BeTTy Bronson 'elly, a nofed
painTer,'and Merle Boyer, an ouTsTand-
ing jewelry manufadurer, 'ere inspired
by Miss Driscoll's Teaching.
Miss Driscoll's reTiremenT will mark
The end of her long and successful Teach-
ing career. STudenTs and faculfy will
remember her for her Tremendous con-
TrilouTions To Franklin and iTs arT deparT-
-is -. -... g ,.
9 .mf .
...ss .mi M- .,
Miss Thomas toosts Miss McKercher at Curriculum Council meeting.
Miss McKercl1er Retires After Thirty Years At Franklin
A distinguished member of the Frank-
lin faculty, Miss Cecil McKercher, ended
her Teaching career with the close of
the school year.
After graduating from the University
of Oregon in 1927, with Bachelor of Arts
and Master of Arts degrees, Miss McKer-
cher continued her schooling by enroll-
ing in summer sessions at Reed and the
University of Washington.
She became a member of the Frank-
lin faculty in i938 after previously
teaching for' eight years at Cleveland,
then known as Commerce High.School.
During her thirty years at Franklin
she has taught a variety of language
courses, including Russian and Latin. ln
addition she has taught speech and
drama, as well as sophomore and
senior English classes.
Miss McKercher's time hasn't been
occupied by activities of a purely aca-
demic nature, however. She has always
found enioyment in working on May
Fete and Rose Festival proiects. ln the
past it has been her privilege to instruct
the Rose Festival candidates on the
graces of curtseying. Aiding the May
Fete candidates in the formalities of
walking gracefully down the aisle and
looking poised while on stage were also
services credited to Miss McKercher.
fgouuf' C1 awed QLLHQQ, -Dui SQQLJ,
Q good UJQMWQV . D meruohfs Qocznwforf pfl' QAM?
Q TXEQQ C3Q03Q5fw0PQ. 9 Leaf Qmuffe 'fJQrf5on,
Lui by,gLk.Q1,uCLySicfQ .XQJLQGML W Jl'L0fUf 64,
Vflbffwc' 4 QWWQ A
XQJXQQLQ, QQQXYDLS4-X A6614 wif? ,Q6,cwfaffL QC, ,MMA
'Q,!3b9F,c,wf2fQfQ fm 79401 ?Z,afu.4, LUQJCL
M Clfwf,A1J7U 1 nwfffwcef
,,. ,, A4,, . ..4, ,.A.
lL 5 QQXD
'PH ,K QQ
Y, XPKQ, , 0
OL LW C565 XP t X Xxowxj 6 Q
CDQOAO fax L59 -K Wwwx Q5 Qff
,waxy vbbvv QJXP 123 QQ 9040 VA og'
CXUQ XX XVL XVXXP ogy. CJWW
wsfgw QSC' Q',X,xp91,,
'Cv-XIX LE' X,i,dQj!k 3566 GQ Quv
QEUQQQWCSQ1 YQYQEECP ffgidffff
Xu N N ' 5
f wiffvfgqfif My W'
Vp pf ww xg
Q N M A Ay Qu
50,91 N xx I 1 QQPA6?
fy M GN 6 Aw
QQ J A 3' X
X Q 1
if A 17356
72? 9 Wig' W F
'R Sgr qffm mi?
' Sf 5-,A 4? -Y ,F 4
LL vx ko Q,eQt8x,cb EQOQGQUO l9.IAffQfjQT!,f'LM1A+fF,
Suggestions in the Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.