Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR)

 - Class of 1970

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Conienis Iniroduciion Academics ADMINISTRATION FACULTY Sporis FALL WINTER SPRING Organizaiions STAFFS GROUPS CLUBS Siudeni Bodg SENIORS JUNIORS SOPHOIVIORES FRESHMEN COUNSELORS Ac+ivi+ies Index 4 24 18 26 56 58 74 89 104 106 116 124 136 138 1 90 208 226 246 248 300 Q: Through Your Hands And Through Your Eyes , Av 461 E 4- ,1- . il.. I J 5 , 4. we u k ff' 433 .i 4, C, Q... fl ,. X-, "' ,.1. Y N 1 . '. m,-- , 3, jvwixs 'W .,.. rx 7. 1 fu S ax A S . . , , . : ,x K ' 'fm 1 ,, .. 4 ' 1, 1,354 va ,. , , --Q , n' -.g2"". 'T23':'i- :Eg f 4 'H 5 4, ' f' ,,,455:4-133 X :-QL ! A -rv-,e..,...A. if ? 1 T! ,......I... i 5 , -1-.-......., .evw--11, F ,.f,. .MH ,- J . w li N X ,' F,- 13. ,. , l 0' L "UA-4 ,. -' ' i-ty "--X FL .' rg, - f M, . is V 1 w - gg' -lfgxg '4 J f-f'91'13,,- 341 f 5. ' Aa. E! r v fl 'K J ,fefwg-1 - 1. 4' .l,.Y. :fir 'W 44 ,.5,.-gi A I W , .,, N lf rv..-.J,,..-,. .J..n-4. ,..,1..w 1 nm- 3U ,A " . - .na 1' ,Q L v 'D I 'I h L Q-. 4 w I ..?' as-" , 1' - '-u. . X -f 1 ,-it ..' 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'. ,. .gr- - A,,,d,..4- 5 ' . +!9 "'4. ' fr' -1 M if Are Onlg A Pari OF The Sea Of Mankind 90 I AE'5VYQUCgahd You As Me. lax.: Cyn Miva ,P X LL X .J X2 W pixiw ,V -G3 fl gp Q 'I 'W Xb' A Vim Q Edu LEEQPJ Uv , 8 Cv .fd ES 'Pr yfiv U Togelher We Shall Tumble Down The Wall e 4, I 9 194' B Q V NY 45 WZ, X r A K X A .Xfx DXMA So Join Your Hands And Open Your Eyes To Us All Fi- ,- 5,9 ., a 'iq ...A .M La. , X 9J - ' W W A . mf A W M, V y jsp WVPSXEQ WV W W' MW J, Wlkm M' W2 ON My HW Nw mf fowl' F JAM l zfgpf J 1 WL W In pf MAWMB 4 Vx, Mu, ,WMM ww W M W ,lv V5 18 Administratign 9'-I lr. Erickson, Mrs. Peden, and Mrs. McKnight enjoy conversation at the .rewell tea in honor of Mrs. Lorraine Miller. esponsibihfg Belongs To Students In his second year as principal of Franklin, Mr. Erickson feels more at home than before. He has keen interest in student participation in school affairs and many ideas about how more students can be- come actively involved. Mr. Erick- son thinks that students in a posi- tion of leadership function most effectively when priority ratings are given to the goals they hope to achieve during their terms of office. With objectives well de- fined and a program of action to suggest, leaders would gain maxi- mum support from the student body. Student participation through the cabinet could begin immediately after an election on stated goals. Additional ideas and plans would develop as the var- ious standing committees work on problems in their areas of responsibility. Mr. Erickson has many ideas for making Franklin a more inter- esting and "fun" place as well as a place of learning for students, but it is up to the students to supply the energy and respon- sibility to put the plans into action. Administration New Schedule Has Advantages Mr. King, vice-principal in charge of curriculum, believes that even and odd days and independent study time for juniors and seniors have advantages over the old system. The double periods are beneficial for art, science and in- dustrial arts classes. This new SYSTGFTT does bring its OWU prob- Mr. King pauses among the tools of his trade. lems, however. Students had to learn to keep out of the halls during their independent study time. Mr. King feels that co- operation is needed and will take time, but he is confident that it will come. Mr. Jack King Mr. King carries plates for the Administration's Tea. 4 if ea Miller counsels a student. Ulit A . "' H lf?si7.,:l., 11,5 1 ff" Y ?b1'.f"'r31' t -t H ' i Eff'-it -. 7 1' l I WF " " . 1511.33-.Eli-'v P -1- ' K- h, . "5 ,,".3'.i53Zla"3- A41 ' V ,Lv 1 t ,ir-i,gg:L , -' ' ' -vim' 6 e 73.11 -.ki-' A vff' --,s-2-5. . -1-,. calendar isn't quite full-let's try Mrs. Miller enjoys refreshments at Coun- fit it in," says Mrs. Miller. selor's Tea. waz' . ,Z Students Use Study Time Mrs. Miller, the girls' vice- principal, thinks, as does Mr. King, that the independent study time can be advantageous, but that it has been abused by some students. However, she feels that many of the problems arose from misunderstanding. She points out that the number of students leaving the building and wandering the halls was reduced when the purpose of independent study was explained and understood. Mrs. Miller also feels that this is a real step in helping students learn to accept responsibility. bm if . l f' Qit 'i f 2 I . f Mrs, Verna Miller Administration 21 New Vice-Principal Hopes For Increased Student Involvement This year, Franklin welcomed a new administrative vice-principal, Mr. David Wienecke. Like the rest of the administration he, too, has opinions of the activities that are a part of Franklin. "lt is hoped that an increased student involve- ment in student council and other activities will occur during the coming years." He sees promise in the independent study schedule because it gives students a chance to socialize with their friends. According to Mr. Wienecke, most of the students have accepted the responsibilities that must go with the new privileges. 22 Academics Mr. Wienecke and Mr. Wax sign Ernie lnclan's petition for A.F.M. president. Mrs. Miller chats with Nlr. Wienecke at one of her last faculty-administration togethersf' Wienecke and Mr. King pose with Mrs. Miller at the tea in her honor. UL." ,iii - Ei ' j x is: .X- X Mr. David Wienecke Administration 23 X EZ . Q., . 1 Q MQW? li N " mm- f rf 'UT 12, 55' ' Ms"ffWAN'-A 55' .UO 9, K y w,olQ.!rx,.,u,,, ,-gy, -WM A - M1 .wxavnxwcal 'R MW: , - QQ-ff x x ww xR f1,, ' . IWW' V Mu X -Z 4' f H, -fl- f If X X :fl ff ff 1 ,I 1, through y0ur hands and through your eyes Secretaries Keep Red-Tape Straight Without secretaries, Franklin would be lost in its mighty mounting masses of red-tape. Busily typing in the main office, counseling office, bookroom and student store, these wonderful women provide the wheels for communication. They save the day for students who cannot remember locker combinations or reg-rooms. Always smiling pleasantly, Franklin's secretaries keep the red-tape straight, in order, and on file for everyone's convenience. r'N.' v . l 1 , + -- , us , ,f Mrs. McKnight and Mrs. Lorraine Miller wait to be served at Mrs. Miller's farewell K Q, I , ."Tf?" t .f ,5,1'e Q '. Vgh' Y 1 4' I , 1 ATI, ' .1 S' ' - , .. Q . 5 N I , I ,- Y ' I 5 N iv .' , I Re - cf' , .lv',f." . f- X f"" . Mrs. .Delores Mrs. Janet Mrs. Rose Mrs. Psyche Mrs. June Mrs, Christine Davls Greenfield McKnight Miller Peden Putnam all Mrs. Doris Bertram 26 Academics I . nv- 1 Mrs. Marie Newton A 1- ,a,.......--M.:-:: 3-fy r-- ..g.-f-vf-v- g , 0.1 N Q l-l. V- --v-f' l ,.-f 4 .J .' Q' ,..,,.1,...LY , I.-up" ' U Mrs. Delores Davis, head secretary, instructs 1 substitute on the day's activities. E S is A 4 I vi .i A f 4 - , -1-:ipggzs 2? M M A, if is we V A 'fuk WT: , ,.. , . M ,,g,,,,...,....f-.,--We--'er---M-" ' Mrs. Rose McKnight T . EA 2 -Q' - r X Hi i 'Lg . I, W ' Q f' f ' 5' A s YALE: 2 i f V 1- 4 Mrs. Rowena Davis Mrs. Christine Putnam E.!,P?f5i5.:f : Mrs. Lorraine Copeland and MVS- HUWSHH Davis. Mrs. Penden lines up behind Mr. Richter at the counselor's tea. Academics 1 0 Z 2-1 .Ani 5 2 Q Mr. Coles ills Job O enin s P 8 Mr. Robert Coles, Franklin's employment counselor, fills one of the innovative positions opened this year. His job is to help students find jobs, and he filled 113 openings by the end of the first semester. The hardest problem for Mr. Coles is telling hopeful students that nothing is available, but still he helps students in any way he can. 1 bl? " ' r I 1 , Q wha' ' 2 , Mr. Coles relaxes from the routine to talk with the counselors' secretary. ,tt sv M., p .. g Mr. Bob Coles 28 Academics Lynn Tesdal assists Mr. Coles with his work. ,v ,i .pdlvkw Mr. Coles works hard trying to fill a job opening. ,2- gf- it if .-nw -Q -, . N 'fl' wqxfil ' A . 1 - I pq .57 3, is . .yrs Q ,lv ,I 2 ,wi A instructs Elizabeth Fosterman in her duties as a student assistant. L, 2 fi li "i i .1 . . "ffl .ld outside his office, Mr. Manning advises a senior. Mr. Manning Is Indispensable Years of hard work and long hours have given Mr. James Manning, Franklin's college coordinator, an appearance of efficiency that tends to scare students into thinking that he is too busy to be concerned about them. But they are wrong. He is busy because he is concerned, and this quality has made Mr. Manning a leading college couselor. A long illness this year proved Mr. Manning's indispensability. "I wish Mr. Manning were here," cried seniors drowning slowly in the sea of forms and applications. Without his help it is doubtful that many seniors would make all their college application deadlines. li ' 72 Mr. James Manning Academics 29 Dads', P.T.A. Give Help "We have interesting and entertaining regular meetings in the Student Lounge. We owe a great deal of the club's sources this year to committees." commented Reese Anderson, president of Franklin's Dad's Club. This group of fathers tries to improve the school for their children. Club members patrol and provide supervision at games Money raising projects benefit underprivileged students and provide scholarships. Mrs. Austin, P.T.A. president, stated, "Our main functions are to improve communication between the parents and the school, and to provide services for the school. We didn't get the kind of parent participation that I expected, but it may be a start." This year P.T.A. published a paper called the "Electric Kite," to tell of coming meetings. Other activities of the P.T.A. included handing out textbooks, and giving eye and tuberculin tests. 30 Academics P.T.A. board discusses upcoming programs Dad's Club officers and special speaker continue deliberation after meeting C Council Franklin's Curriculum Council consists of faculty members and three parents. They discuss ideas and problems that arise, and make recommendations to the administration. Directed by Vice- Principal Jack King, the group was chaired this year by M r. Paul Hansen. The Council discussed independent study, and odd and even scheduling. Other discussions involved semester courses in English, grading, student curriculum council, attendance, and courses such as psychology, geology, and industrial sewing. riculum Council members Mrs Bonnae Lindley Mrs Janet Faurot Mr Gerald Eurich Mr Joseph Sklenickag Mr. John Brewer, Mrs Jy Sewright Mr Paul Hansen Mrs Dora Nonne Mr Richard Laughlin Miss LaRhette Swann, Mr. Ruben Maier, Mr. Phillip Pingree Gwen Green Mrs Eleanor Norlin Mrs Josephine Ehm Mr Yoshinobu Terada Mr Jack King. Academics 31 qs.- Tracy Barbour, freshman, prepares art metal project. . '-"l lx i i S Y' "' ' A? '93-5 A, I , T if L i - I , p -rf 1,43 Wx- we ' IM, ff!! I "Q MISS Helen Mr. Jerry Mr. Harold 509115 Bosco Linder Aff Art Art Miss Helen Mr. Yoshinobu Takas Terada Art Art Dept. Chrn1. 32 Academics 1 hm- -if Carolyn Zellner and Linda Clark assemble main hall display. X A ' A student concentrates diligently on her art project. ri af If :ff ff' aft? ,- f 5 N X l .3g,.,fl4.,. .1 .4 4, e Gray, Jackie Miller and Janine Elston prepare murals. ' 1 speaks to David Cooper about his progress in the class. Artists Communicate Mr. Jerry Bosco and Almanac artist Diane Oetinger believe that are is a way of expressing personal feelings and thoughts. The outcome is as varied as the number of individuals that create the pieces. Franklin's art students are encouraged to work out their own ideas with expression and creativity. The areas range from metal arts and pottery to commercial and business arts. NI we :Jerry-Kelm, junior, demonstrates his abil- ities in ceramics. Academics 33 Business Department Grows Mr. Gerald Eurich, chairman of the Business Education Department, feels that "Franklin has the most complete business courses in the city of PortIand." The fact that three new courses- consumer economics, data processing and office administration-were added to the K curriculum this year might -" . have influenced his feelings. 4 Mary Sirianni finds humor even in business. "6 Ti l it ' i 4 ' i 415. . no-v-49", - Y - f.. o v A U ' 1 ie' 5' it ttt . la' 'Sv 5 ff, ki Mona Hogeland and Doug Roylance check their arithmetic. lgnorlng the class, Debbie Cox practices typing. 34 Academics - 1 . I A-' Ili. Q T V - i a ' i iw . is V . f .1 4 i M. ug Se, ,r f 4 -HY , - Q ,sfffff X ve , .I f J Yr my 'V .. 5-QW '-' ' ' 4 so D , ' xi 'A 1 Mrs. Katherine Mr. Howard Miss Ruth Beckham Grogan Hodson Business Business Business Mr. Gerald Mrs. Enid Mrs. Helen Eurich Hall Howard Business Business Business Dept. Chrm. u I I v I I q 4 1 Q1 If 14 has 'Q-Q-.Q ' -Li gl W Ill fl it 5 s s K I 3 ' -nal- 1 ' ' 1'-... Mrs. Nyland helps Cyndi Bernard understand her bookkeeping. Academics 35 New Ideas Spur Combined Classes Mr. Britt Davis, Combined Classes Department Chairman felt that, "The newest innovation fat the freshman leveli is the Resource Center." He hopes that next year's freshmen will get into the habit of using the Resource Center for study. This year, the freshman combined classes are working with many new books while putting a new emphasis on Black Culture in literature. 'f'-'L' ff '.- 4 I A. V. W L . pt X f K' P : X" 'a . 7- f- ' - ,rw-1' - . Ie' f ,A 1 C- , . .. 'I .ffif A9115 "' 1 gf 4A"' 'e Y " 'b. :QV Q- K' .. Q 'gl -fr er-1 - :' " " . X A A' f ' A Xi . 1. ,-,' ' . sy' W I 1 L ra li' Ron Burrow outlines the geography of the U.S.S.R. for interested students. ,sir-09' L, Y . 5 i iv , 'P , - X iii 4 , . i - g . . H C 1 ,Wye e ., . s Donna Gunter and Becky Guy discuss the economy of European Nations. 36 Academics Victor Bucy watches as Linda Darke and Jeff as participate in a discussion. if , v- ff. ' 'Q X , Mr. Herman Combined Classes Miss Jean Foster Combined Classes wi. f I v. Mr. Victor P. Miss Marion Mr. H. Britt Mr. Fred Mrs, Jane' BUCY Callfhefs Davis Erlenbusch Faurot Combined Combined Combined Combined Cgmbinec Classes Classes Classes Claggeg Clagses Depart. Chrm. Dr. Lucille Mr. Earl Miss Mary Hill Osborn Mr. Charles Zen Combined Combined Pulliam Combined Classes Classes Combined Classes Classes ijgvw .V .,,... . V sf. . et Johnson, Mario Landers, Steve Stone, Benny Bethune, Cynthia Backstrom and Tom Fluharty enjoy leir combined class. l Academics 37 Electives Added ln English Mr. Ferry, English department chairman, said, "The emphasis this year is on letting the students decide how they want the class to function and what they want to discuss. Also many are enjoying individual reading and project time." English classes are not as formal this year as in the past and people seem to enjoy it more. New books were added to the English curriculum this year, adding a variety that Mr. Ferry feels is what students are looking for. Next year 17 elective courses, most having to do with the study of the language, will be offered through the English department. Mr. Ferry feels that this could open up a new door to methods of teaching English. Nd Mrs. Q53 L, Miss Faye Mr Cliff MVS Barbara Mr John Miss Carol Mrs Thelma Mr Ballen Cornutt Ferry GHYIOY' Hilley Kieneker Landes Maloney English Engllsh English EUQIISN English English English English 38 Academics C 1 1 I' ' ' V ' fi! I ,yi ' ffff ,JU af -flv' U 'E 5 f lvffi L -lf Liu V l, '1, M, t P, :I .vlf ij' il" V' X H' ' 1 l f "J 'QW' Flfj W ' . . 55,2 rothy Mrs. Eleanor Mrs. Theresa Mrs. Miriam Mrs. Bernice Miss Lalflhette Miss Elizabeth Mrs. GwendoIYn Norlin O'Donnell Puckett Severson Swann Thomas English English English English English English Publications l"'- +A. Allen, Susan Soohoo, and Michelle Myers display informal manner used in Miss English class. I .QQ-Lu. . .J-lg, + Dennis Bodeman, Belinda Coffey, and Flick Schibel present a panel discussion in Young English Ginger Hail reads before sophomore students. Academics 39 2: 5 a - .. ' 213, 1-,tl "Z S Mr. Clark considers Janice Pearson and Gwen Godsey's suggestion. l" ,. fm gif ff. H V., - mai. ... "' f'rf:-5-j..- Randy Hooker, Steve Johnson, and Judy Peck rehearse their parts for a skit. 40 Academics fl x final f Drama. Speech ill Needs Students in the first year dr classes, taught by Mr. Briar Biggs, learn the basics ofa The advanced classes gair practical experience workin productions. Mr. Gary Clarl covers a variety of speakin situations with both his beg and advanced classes. Adx -,. students add competition and other activities to their clae rarg erllows ere is no room for action!" ed Mrs. Norlin, head librarian. library receives new books audio-visual aids all of the , and there is less and less for them. library is full all the periods he day, and is used to the atest degree. Besides the ary being used for classroom k and research, students can 39" sources for hobbies and ' too. l . - - lb Edwards grins happily with the results of his work while working in library. Margaret Shoemaker, library assistant, stamps due-date in book. iff ...-.-1 .-.va Sharon Newell browses for a good book. Academics 42 Conversation Encouraged The foreign language courses are designed to develop the four language skills: oral comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Spanish, French, and German are offered. The Spanish classes had native- speaking Spanish students help their classmates with speaking and dialogues to understand the language better. Mr. Ruben Maier explains the passive voice to German students. 'HP' . if 137: Q. We F ,fi . fit? . . Miss Susan Wohld answers eager questions about her summer in France. Academics 1 lu...1l' L... vi I wi gr, 'N ' V .wi I U is F ii 1' 3 g.. t 4 1 - i 1 r I , ii Deems and Rod Duncan. wait to put on earphones. Erika Richter seeks assistance from pho- tographer's camera. A H T v ' 'f. J -'1, f f K W P! .2 d x f' si' Mrs. Mariorie Miss Dorothy Mr. Ruben .4 Blizzard Grant Maier Foreign Foreign Foreign Languages Languages Languages Dept. Chrm. Mr. Forrest Siemroth Miss Susan Foreign Wohld Languages Foreign Languages 1 Morgan asks "WievieI Uhr ist es?" Academics 43 l i fs Ull- Terry Blair is temporarily distracted from sewing her project Patty Chllson and Chris Horton are hard at work X ,g:s""!'Q"'-ax.. yrl t- Ai f uu .T l li , 'L l 'ii KH l F g in Mrs. Donna Mrs: Gladys Mrs. Ruby Chamberlain Eggiman Sewright Home Home Home Economics Economics Economics Depart. Chrm Girls Train Girls receive a background in home economics which can be used in a variety of future careers These include everything from professional cooking and dietary work, to tailoring and dress designing, to teaching and pediatrics. 44 Academics udents rn Trades rything!" This is what Mr. ge replied when asked he thought was most ficant about the Industrial department. These classes e very well with modern life. ded are courses in drafting, photography, and metal work. Schibel spindle turns on the lathe. bf . JF' -1 . ,,,,, ff - gt, "- 7 -Y 'Vg xi, Z4 ' . i U 'HI h r .A lm? Mr. Arthur Mr. John Mr, Glenn Little Shelfer Vaughn Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Dept. Chrm. Mr. Francis Mr. David Savage Thomas Industrial Arts Industrial Arts di -X W . ' Y, Nxt. x., l S ' , 2 , K-V RL i -2. - -1 s Mike Russel smooths things out. x, 'x X r, , X' , .lf '- ,LM I zz: , 5 Testi W ' A HV.. Jr , . 5 W , ,ggi . . ' T.: ,Li Academics 45 Computer Advances Math Studies This year the Mathematics Department added to its various other resources for study a teletype. lt is rented from the telephone company and it communicates with a computer in Seattle owned by General Electric and a computer in Portland owned by information Sciences lnc. Other than this, the traditional courses, from general math which teaches the basics to senior math which teaches trigonometry and analytic geometry, were offered to the students. Dan Wilson busies himself at the teletype. Vicki Taylor graciously explains a graph to Dave Jenson. 'a N- Phyllis Schneider and Karen Schreiner socialize during class time. Academics gr-.. X 455-'S' A X" 'H 1 Stan Jordan explains math problems to clad EII and Jerry Amato contemplate a math problem. Q' ' Ja sLinda Mr Thomas Mr Justin Mr Paul Mr Edward Miss Kathryn Mr Dean Mr Gordon Mr Ron Evries Difar Hhgglund Hansen Johns Knotts Mlauchiey M'cEwen Sietta .thematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics ' Depart, Chrm. Mr. Sletta informs interested students about the course. Academics 47 Music Highlights School Year Entertainment at various activities came from the Music Department. lt consists ofthe choirs under the direction of Mr. Peery and Mr. Brewer and the orchestra and band under Mr. Pancheau. The singers and instrumentalists presented the Christmas program and Fine Arts Festival. The band traveled to Vancouver B.C., besides giving regular performances in parades and games. "A" choir's agenda included a trip to Ashland and various institutional appearances. :QE 'Wife' ia. Urpha Berry, Patty Ball, and Kathy Baldino share music. ,V . P it if - Q 1: 'Q . - ll -iff' lg-'--3'3i F ' t t fr' . , 'E Q .35 av' ' Pie. Mr. Peery conducts his class as usual. 48 Academics Vicky Taylor, Judy Peck, and Bonita Fredrickson study music. Dunlop and Judy Lee give an oral presentation for their SS 7-8 class. Social Studies Offer Varietg This year the Social Studies Department is "greater than ever." The seniors may take the regular SS 7-8 course, or two half-year classes in economics, sociology, or American government. The juniors learn United States history, while freshmen study the saga of mankind in ancient times. An American Heritage trip to Washington, D.C. highlighted Spring Vacation, with other high schools participating. Elolder and Debbie Johnson proof-read their social studies Mr. Jack Burri and Mr. Marvin Flitcroft show the good Franklin n s ' 't ent. pm . Academics Sports p-,Q ' xflu ,X , 4 . , , , I fff' 5 ff L I 'v' 4" -:gh y ,f Syl? X, 7 X gap ' Q A X 4 4r ir, .. 1 D iw, Nl' f A Mr. John Brewer Music qv Mr. George Pancheau Music John Lundgren fiddles with his violin r- H' F 2 . P.E. students wait for the music to begin, Sophomore students receive tuberculin skin tests. 50 Academics Nl... Mrs. Jo Ehm enjoys herself at a faculty tea with Miss Beth Thomas, Miss Boelts, and Miss Dorothy Dundore. 1 M I A1 J. il vs:-4, 1. .D Sophomore P.E. students display dancing skills. , ' ' ' l -. it A lg l ' if " . A4 Air? L4 v 'Q s' ! ' ' T " ' , : WJ " ' is I J l r 1 M , , ix, ' g ! V Mr. Jon Mrs. Lynnette Mr. Marvin Miss Joanne Mr. Kenneth Abraham Chiotti Flitcroft Marini Ftaddle Physical Physical Physical Physical Physical Education Education Education Education Education A Ath. Dir. Mr. Walter Mrs. Josephine Miss Beryl Bucnkiewicz Ehm Miz. Jack Piper n girls astound themselves by making baskets. Pggifsgion Pggfllggbon Physica? Pggilgggion Dept. Chrm. Education student demonstrates form used in doing a handstand. Everg Body eeds Physical Ed. Physical Education is a required class for freshmen and sophomores which concentrates mainly on group sports and body building: activities such as those in basketball and football. To the student enrolled in an advanced P.E. class, a wider variety of individual sports are open. Some of these like bowling, golf, and archery are activities that he will probably participate in after he leaves high school. Mr. Buckiewicz states that he "would like to involve the underclassmen in these sports, but there is not enough equipment for this." Academics 51 'Y 1 1' A I I I General science class learns about the pulley. i Allen Johnson, Tom Gay, and Delmer Cullison observe authentic skeleton. J . Keith Anderson examines frog for 2nd year biology. 2: ' W 83" "5 4 A 3' , la. Anne Mr. Ronald MV-Leonard Mr. Mike Mr. John Mr. Dario Mr. Carlton Mr. Leonard Mr. Joseph Calhoun Qehfke Miller Neeley Raschio Richter Scheele Sklenicka Science Sclence Science Science Science Science Science Science Chfmn, Bldg. Host I l i fe-4-gt " A-f' YY Sklenicka gives Dave Davis helpful pointers with his physics. M 'Q NZ l i "l I ,Q . . l X i I ,H l Hansen, senior, displays chemistry skills in lab. l fs' x, . Science Relates "One purpose of the science department is to introduce students to the problems of living in the space age," said Miss Anne Bohlen. Courses range from general science lan overview of our worldl to seminar for students who have completed biology, chemistry, and physics. Science classes provide experience in logic for the college bound student. Academics 53 . ' 55 :5,gg.la1rvg,f,l 3:1 1 , sglsni.: if - 'rr' ' HN'-g,:1 z . 'ss' M g l Student teacher, Miss Judy Doyle, lectures students in American Govern- ment class. I F '-' 'I ' "i 3 -1 ?f J' vi? ' W F . - - , Fr ' l J v if if : l-ig 'Ev 1 ij: Mr. Jack Burri Social Studies Miss Thelma Mrs. Maxine Mr. Gilbert Mr. Robert Collins Crites Erlandson Ford Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Dept. Chrm. Mf- James Mrs. Joanne Mr. Phillip Mr. Nick McKee Nordling Pingree Robertson Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Academics 1 1 l lp . V if -- 4.1 an 1. .adn 45 Mr. Alan Ellis explains new Russian courses proposed the upcoming year. Mr. Gary Jackson Social Studies Mr. Philip Wax Social Studies Activity Dir. Mr. Nick Robertson prepares for class. , , ,. .VA - fy-1 fy 1 . .ff Ji! I' - . "9 ' I 1 , ', ii- 4 ,, I .I X I U16 IDGGZL. . . EIS LUG HPS N I Vietorg Eludes Quaker Gridders Coach Jack Knudsen was not happy with the record of the Quaker Varsity Football team. He felt the team didn't meet their potential. The defense was good, but the offense was never con- sistently good enough to win. "Next year, our team should be tougher," stated Coach Knudsen, "but the competition will be tough. We will be a member of the Eastern Division, which in- cludes Adams, Cleveland, Grant, Madison, and Marshall." Mr. Knudsen expressed the hope that more boys will participate at all levels next year. The turn out was down 25 OA, this year. Linebacker Paul Pavlich was named as one of the two PIL Scholar-Athletes, to the first teams of both the Oregonian and Journal, and to the second All-State team. FRANKUN FRANKUN FRANKUN FRANKUN FRANKUN FRANKUN FRANKUN FRANKUN FRANKUN Jefferson Cleveland Marshall Benson Madison Jackson Roosevelt Washington Cleveland 58 Sports pagel: Confusion reigns as Quakers struggle to get ball. iThis pagel: Touchdown! lFirst rowl: Ernie lnclan, Greg Keller, Oren Donnell, Mike Santangelo, Tracy Rose, Bob Lynn, Ed Fioley, rowl: Darwin Rasmussen, Brian Tom Taylor, Gary Turner, Terry Coach Knudsen, Paul Pavlich, Smothers, Steve Peterson, Bill iFourth rowl: Pete Moon, Dave Greg Parrish, Tom Herd, Coach Mark Wyatt, Tom Johnson, lSecond Kelley, Greg Grandy, Tom Austen, Jones, Mark Knutson, iThird rowl: Cliff Lewis, Don Vermeer, Steve Goodale, Dan Hall, Coach Biggs: Trimm, Steve Cote, Gary Letcher, Dyar. Sports 59 l 2, l lThis page, topl: Bob Lynn, Greg Keller, and Terry Jones move out. tCenter leftl: Quakerettes greet team. tCenter rightl: Doctor checks Dan HaIl's knee. tBottoml: Quaker defense awaits o osin team PP Q - Opposite page tTop leftl: Ref signals go- ahead on kick-off. fBottoml: Bill Green and Mark Wyatt come onto the field. flflightl: Coach Knudsen contemplates game. 60 Sports I 4 ii, ' " -r. EFI ,.,,,.,,, 0 X . ..-., '3 , ., 4 UF 1 Y Y Aa . ,Al 5 ,,Y,..,A-Malaria X .. x 1 ' ' x 4 . +I I A .,. f-- "" Q 'lv , Q' -f' VA J, ,4- 1 13 , ' , is '1 L E E Ln- ".",s P-- "" ' 'l 'fu s ..-f ,, .4 1.4 Wig.-f , . . . 1 v , . ,, e x- V if 1 ,A . . va'-,f-Q V 5 ug I A ' ' f 1 1 x ' Y, qi- - ,.f, lmpnl, ,ir 5:1 my -. , ,., 4. , ,s-.-A 1 .,..eX .x, nw- 41 W ,fax .I I fig ,,. 4- tif,-I. ' 1, ' Q' '. . .53 . , , ,, 'xv L If fu- , 5, air- H .xl J.V. FOOTBALL iFirst rowlz D. Bodeman, J. Brasesco, L. Phillips, R. El- more, R. Beltz, J. Cox, E. Woodard, R. Mealey, M. Santangelo. lSecond rowj: J. Cummings, D. Bishop, D. Bodeman, A. Sweet, S. Dodd, O. Cas- tillo, R. Rodd, G. Hunnel, D. VanOrtwick, M. Long, R. Baugher, M. More- land. lThird rowj: Coach Erlandbusch, R. Rasmussen, R. Bergstrom, R. Fox, D. Dimoff, J. Hafner, R. Heuchert, J. Poujade, B. Forsyth, M. Brokaw, P. Cloutier, M. Daw, B. Watts, B. Cross, Coach Raddle. FROSH FOOT- BALL lFirst rowl: M. Martin, S. Carter, W. Pavlich, T. Helmer, J. Craig, D. Shrake, J. Parker, J. Giunta, R. Arthur, T. Burgard, S. Louie, K. Hansen, G. Androshuk. lSecond rowjz M. Goodwin, D. Young, D. Coleman, F. Rodd, P. Lukich, J. Myers, J. Miller, D. Garrison, R. Waterhouse, M. Mc- Nerney, D. Johnson, J. Thomas, L. McDonald, D. Brown, R. Bishop, R. Entwhisle. iThird rowjz Coach Ford, R. Hall, J. Wallace, S. Ford, F. Wyatt, R. Dryden, J. Ewing, J. Trimm, B. Bethune, B. Lamb, J. Glover, T. Lester, Coach Robertson, Coach Ellmers. 1,4 -J' 62 Spons Passing Sparks J. V.: Defense Kegs Frosh Handicapped by the loss of several sophomores to the varsity football team, the Junior Varsity finished with a two win, six loss record. The team had an exciting offense featuring a passing attack. The Franklin Frosh Gridders fought through a three win, three loss season. The team was made up of a large turnout of forty freshmen. The Quaker offense was led by quarterback Dale Garrison. Linebacker Jim Miller and others led a strong defense. Sports 63 6 1 I we 9 .-'Q' 1 ..............1...q 4 w , 'U 'J' . - VF , r .Y .f,n tv I ...qu ,VI U -.fm ,. E' W5 1-"1 I e 'Vw' , "I , 1-A 3- . . f7lQ g in I I- f , x l n L ' v 1 40: 'I -1.1 f - 'fi 55 bfi I 1 I - I A K 1 E 1 1: I , , - V . Y X e YU! 11, b .Q N -1- kv . V A . Y VA A .., U , ,- , -' ,1 .N X sports 65 iFirst rowj: Bill Moore, Bill Maine, Curt Jacobson, Tim Cowan, Ted Maloney, Fluss Scofield, John Ball, Guy Hill, Gary Bankston. lSecond rowlz Coach Jon Abraham, Chris Ball, Don Smurthwaite, Ron Orme, Stan Kadolph, Dick Green, Dave Smith, Lee Boroff. Season Highlighted Bg Upset Win Franklin's Varsity Cross Country team ran to a six win-eight loss record, in what Coach Jon Abra- ham termed "a building year." Noted as outstanding varsity run- ners were Stan Kadolph, Don SmunhwaHe,RussScoHekiand Guy Hill. The season was high- lighted by an upset win over previ- ously undefeated Fort Vancouver. 66 Sports .VITQJ 's , . 4 Au xml. . . ..,, lf' :Ll . s . . , , W E'--. "' . L, Eff . , f'd 0 1, 'Og . -ns.. on "1 'Rf B' --E: A , :Ng '2miii?7 1Q.,QQ',, fa. -Jn 'P- . 1- -e"" . LN ' 559. gg , n 5 'Sw '22 H '42, . 'i ., ,, sl, iOpposite pagezj Stan Kadolph puts in a hard afternoon at practice. This page fUpper leftzl Guy Hill shows fatigue after a long run. iLower Ieft:7 Russ Scofield strains to control his speed on a downhill stretch. iAbove:i Mr. Flitcroft and Mr, Calhoun time the runners as Dave Parker looks on. Sports 67 J.V. Finish First. Frosh Even Record Led by outstanding runners Bill Maine, Tim Cowan, and Curt Ja- cobson,and bmanced wdh depm the J.V. team moved to a 10 win, two loss season. The climax of the year was the first place taken at the city meet. Coach Abraham said that the team "will provide excellent prospects for next year's varsity." Rini' Ie Team Aims Toward Next Season The rifle team was a young one so they had a building season Many members of the Quaker Muskets show promise for next yean "Half the school doesn't know we exist," stated team captain Judy Jones. "lf we had more pub licity, we could have a bigger and better team." Judy was the outstanding team member. She is ranked second among girl sharp shooters in Ore gon. 512' l l J.V. Cross Country lFirst rowj: Bill Moore, Bill Maine, Doug Case, Guy Hill, Dave Parker, Ken Mays, Greg Haven, Gary Bankston. lSecond rowjz Chris Ball, Ron Burrow, Dave Howard, Lee Boroff, Curt Jacobson, Mike Lockhart, Coach Abraham. Frosh Cross Country lFirst rowl: Ken Ot- toson, Mike Wong, Colin Ryan, Gary Kel- ley, Tom Lovlien, Greg Haven, Randy Mc- Cartney, Doug Blair, Gary Bankston. lSec- ond rowl: Bill Moore, Flex Brenton, Dan Smith, Curt Madsen, Ron Burrow, Charles Rege, Jim Stilz, Coach Abraham. laker Muskets lFirst rowjz Ted Cooper, Randy Beal, Mark Hill, Captain Judy Jones, Marc Wilson. fSecond rowl: Mr. Britt Davis, George llis, Jim Moore, Chuck Constantine, Gary Bankston. Sports 69 70 Sports iFirst rowj: Mike Weiss, Dennis Regelin, Craig Redfern, Mike Davis, Larry Hubble, Craig Anderson. QSecond rowal Pat Henderson, Gary Koch, Bob Baker, Bruce Heath, Stan Tam- bling, Kirk McCammon. .Q iFirst rowzl Julie D'Ambrosia, Eileen Clow, Barbara Gneiwosz, Lynn Heverman, Coach Mauchley. isecond rowzj Mary Anne D'Ambrosia, Barbara Bridges, Doris Jung, Debbie Super, Debi Densem. eam wims 1 To Good Finish T T The swim team was good, but small, according to Coach Dean Mauchley. The record for the nine girls was five wins and seven losses. The boys ended with a record of seven wins and five losses. Six of the eleven boys qualified for both the city and state meets. Three girls went to city, and Julie D'Ambrosia went on to state. ! ve .v .diggs - " if 'lx ' fi gi yi. M, 1 elf" it 4 xA,5,.11 -Q -. ' "3 Y aeiiw ILMW J' Khflgfr as 7,1 .fy .. , , 'F?P'Lw" ..-QQUUUP' .x-.. .J P K' l X i ff? ' V ' .2 N. .. 1'5 .llfQ1l 'lff -fir ' " W iUpper rightlz Gary Koch pushes ahead in the butterfly. lCenter rightjz Stan Tambling shuts his eyes and plunges in. tLowe'r rightl: Bruce Heath tensely awaits the starting gun. lUpper leftlr Mike Davis comes up for air . . . iLower leftj then he returns to the pool for competi- tion in the backstroke. Sports 71 4 4 A I1 N A E A I fr 43, X , ' N ' V A N ' 4 .Q X P . - .-Q"1.7f' - f 5 X ' ' ,. ' I 'Q 1 A an X 7 Ki"f'.f'fQ' W H.JQ24','??1?4' ' f . ,"2.gf.i?i'Jf4g1q-1-: , " 515:15 -'1 - EQ, ' ', ,5.1 f Q-1 'Q 11-" 4' iff' "-'. 'ti:'f?'11' Ei 1 .-!' 1 v 1 ff' 1 ,V f 'C In X ,f 4 J if I P T 4 ' , f 9 . ' 1 my 'Q Q in I! F .-qw' J'-? J' f 1- 1' L. ,ff no. ix "3f I ,sq x-,x' Q Rallg Boosts Quaker Morale The Football-Wrestling Rally con- tinued the tradition of giving team members oranges, apples, and tootsie rolls to show their sup- port. They decorated a hoop for the team to run through at each football game. Attendance at football games was poor, but the Quakers who were there had a lot of spirit, according to fall rally president Lynn Tesdal. "lt's hard for a student body to support the team when it is losing," Lynn stated, "but Franklin is capable of showing much more spirit." The rally, headed by winter presi- dent Carla Tweten, was pleased with the attendance and spirit at wrestling matches. Q .Ur '. ' " y g X . .. f"T'7' ,j , 'T 4 ' cf, "" .. .. ..f--gg,-v, . .,. g --v .,:1-., 4 .. 52.11-:',f-.."""f5i5"T'. 1 ' Sports 73 First row: Rusty Fancher, Tom Ramory, Keith Kibe Guy Hill Geoff Moffrtt Ernesto Inclan Dennis Ward Second row Bob Lynn Rasmussen, Greg Keller, Cleve Parker, Tom Austen Rick Rasmussen Matman Place Fourth: Earn 9-3 Record According to Coach Jack Burri, the sophomores and juniors did very well, but it was the senior wrestlers that made the team great. Geoff Moffitt, Cleve Parker, Ernie Inclan, and Dennis Ward went on to the state tournament. The second varsity was a good back-up team, and most of them will wrestle at the varsity level next year. 74 Sports 5 Clow, Paul Cloutier, Lee Boroff, Russ Fox, John Hafner. A 'fi plagejz An opponent lifts Keith Kibe over his shoulder in an attempt to gain points. 1AboveJ: Dennis Ward Kibe match up at a practice. Varsity tFirst rowjz Jeff Robbins, Bill Maine, Gary Hunnell, Skeeter Boileau, George Niiranen. fSecond rowjz Keith Hansen, Sports 75 Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Benson Washington Roosevelt Marshall Jackson Jefferson Wilson Lincoln Grant Adams Cleveland Madison 29 25 1 1 43 1 1 8 1 7 26 35 10 23 1 8 1-"'Yi fr 76 Sports I! Opposite page lTopJ: Keith Kibe puts the pressure on. 1CenterJ: Bob Lynn, Ernie lnclan, Darwin Rasmussen and Dennis Ward practice as Rick Rasmussen clowns. lBottomJ Greg Keller struggles with his opponent, This page fAboveJ: Coaches Calhoun and Burri disagree with the Mexican referee. CLeftJ: Bob Lynn meets a Madison wrestler in an exhaust- ing match. lBelowJ: A ref watches closely for the pin. Sports 77 JV And Frosh Grapplers Enjcg Success Franklin's J. V. wrestling team was the biggest in the city, and they never lost. They show a lot of promise for next year's varsity team. According to Coach Ron Calhoun, the outstanding boys were Miles Anderson, Randy Meaiey, Gene Woodard and Dave Cooper. The Freshman team had a successful 4-4 season, and came in second in the Benson Tournament. There were several outstanding wrestlers. 78 Sports 3 HL. Wrestling iFirst rowlz Miles Anderson, Dave Hawkins, Sam Sanders, Dave Cooper, Hal Donkin, Jeff Buchanan, Rick Lake. iSecond Mike Webb, Randy Mealey, Brian Cross, Bill Watts, Gene Woodard, Mike Moreland, Bob Bethune, Craig Anderson, Dave Hopkins. Wrestlers iFirst rowl: Flon Palmer, Mike Martin, Mike Wong, Colin Ryan, Tim Flohrscheib, Mike McNerney, Kevin Roach, Jim ig, Larry Krettler, Paul Giannone. iSecond rowl: John Wallace, Jay Wakeman, Rod Waterhouse, Dennis Wriglesworth, Jim Miller, ve Hall, Bill Emra, Fred Rod, Dale Martin, Benny Bethune. Not pictured: Darrell Steffan. Sports 79 80 tKneeIingI: Peter Moon, Tom Herd. tStandingJ: Mike Santangelo, Doug Blair, Steve Cote, Gary Letcher, Paul Pavlich, Dave Burnell, xk X Peterson, Paul Carpenter, Don VerMeer, Jim Elston, Brian Kelley, Coach Niclc Robertson. Defense. ea Plag Keys Quakers fl 8 7 F-4. . I 1 , - -- -J L 'L FRANKLIN 58 .... McMinnville 61 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN 64 .... Sunset 53 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN 47 .... Newberg 58 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN 52 .... Grant's Pass 60 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN 46. . Medford 52 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN 59,63. Roosevelt 49,57 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN 46,56 Madison 53,71 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN 39,40. Benson 37,44 FRANKLIN FRANKLIN 49,82 Jackson 46,56 tPlayoffI Sports 58,74. Wash. 46,63 58 78 .... Adams 75 .... Grant 81 64 .... Jefferson 73 65 .... Marshall 60 68 .... Cleveland 55 43 .... Lincoln 56 50 .... Benson 61 Changing the style of play of Franklin's Varsity basketball was the challenge faced by coach Mr. Nick Robertson. Doug Blair, Paul Pavlich and Dave Burnell were noted as outstanding players. Don VerM and Mike Santangelo were credited with fine team play. Coach Robertson stated that he was "really pleased" by the student body's support of the team. "FrankIin's basketball program is on sound footing for the future." , 1 ,E V H, 1 my xr K: if I: Fil. ..- li: 1, 3 f rv 1 EX? SL x 1 ,Q ,. I xp 5 ' it ,356 'Q' " .8 uf7 L+-TA' 3' V:-. I l' '- E , yn 1 I n7f""'ff':7 ' ug: 91 Sports 82 3 H, xX X'-P U' - 'KL 3 4... ,F ,.5:ngv:-T"- '1---- -,,..a-'- Q ,I f,'?lP5I , K :Citi , 39,1 AM 3 0 . ' ,, -1, -',.n-nu'-0-.N 1 Mn E . w f HV f' im, u . :My iff' ,vi :xiii ..........,.., A ,5- -55? Opposite page lTopJ: Quakers face-off in game against Wilson. lBottomi: Paul Pavlich drives past opponent. This page fLeftJ: Jim Elston stands ready for overhead pass. fBe- iowj: Don Vermeer completes lay-in. X' .'i""f1f 5 H wi-t --it 1 I ,ni ' - - -ff A 1 F' Ti' ' .' , ' , , , ,.., , ,. , .. 1-1!T'y'TfTFi - .I ,V ,, M gf Sports 83 Junior Varsity: K. May, M. Santangelo, D. Cochran, J. George, M. Palmer, D. Trimm, S. Roos, J, Wakeman, D. Vermeer, G. Elmore, Coach Robert Ford. ,f 2 if ..e5:5'51'fE'flf"4Q' -VW ,- lAbovej: Paul Carpenter anticipates pass from Gary Morgan. iRightl: Del Cochran looks on as John George shoots jumper. 84 Sports J.V., Frosh Bal-lle In Tough Season Q After starting slowly, the J.V. A ll recovered for a fine season. ln coach Robert Ford's word's, "We've come a long way." Coach Ford felt that the team will be "a fine nucleus for next year's varsity." "They never gave up," commented freshman coach Bob Coles on his team's one win, 11 loss record. "Our team had a high academic S- 1 'f level with 13 players having a . f ,, W-, f'i ' M .L....4..L-. n 1 3.0 GPA or better." Lawwill sets for a freethrow. is y A.. ashmen: lFirst fowl: C. Wrege, R. Brenton, Ft. Arthur, T. Lovlien, J. Coe, G. Haven, W. Pavlich, G. Androschuk, R. McCartney, J. Guinta, Entwisle. fSecond rowl: D. Smith, Steve Ford, D. Pullen, J. Trim, B. Lamb, G. Lawwill, T. Wilson, C. Wiley, J. Glover, C. Madson, P. dich, Coach Bob Coles. fNot picturedjz J. Ewing, D. Moon. Sports 85 iClockwiseJ Patty Smith Patty Ball, Donna Pitzer, Janice Giunta, Terry Brock B-ball Rallg Pleased Vlhth Quaker Spirit The Basketball Rally started the season with the revealing of the new outfits in a joint assembly with the J.V. rally. They were thrilled at the tremendous spirit shown by the Quaker fans at every game and pep assembly. Game attendance was great. ., '1 'Skis Q isp ' 55,594 ' F if H 1 1 g 44 Q ff' q .'j.'45 W-c XL, 'si' 15 ml. ,, ri il-3 Sports 87 fFirst rowl: Joni Stoutenberg, Karen Tweten Marilyn Wilson lSecond rowl Mary Ann Primiano Flick Rodd Debbie Grace Don Nancy Wohlers, Steve Nonne. JV Rally Shows Enlhusiasm The 1969-70 J.V. Rally was chosen by the freshmen and sophonnneseanyintheyean They started practicing, with help Homthevamhyrmhesrmht away.TheraHyconHnuedthe nawhonsofneahngtheteam members to apples and candy, and having fund-raising projects. Sports Sue Bolder, Coach Linda devries. .J 'lit ,Aa "' in .lfnid W ,gnu wsu' ,Mfg ., are y r' Q Q 5 ,- -M, llie Frie and Friend observe action. rowjz Maggie Benson, Debi Densem, Carolyn Heller, Patty McNerney, Donna DeMoor, Mona Harmon. tSecond rowlz Kellie Frie, Gribble, Bicky Johnson, Laura Sander, Eileen Clow, Cathy McQueary, Debbie Walz, iThird rowjz Debbie Beck, Terri Todd, Dawn Track Proves Popular With Girls "We expect improvement in our upper classmen and some strong help from our freshmen," said Coach Miss Linda deVries. Leading the team in running events were Barbara Briggs, Patty McNerney, Debbie Beck, Barbara Bridges, and Judy Madson. Sue Bolder, Janice Rubin, Carolyn Heller, and Eileen Clow were the jump specialists. Donna Demoor, Terri Todd, Maggie Benson, and Debi Densem rounded out the team in field events. Sports 89 - ' . 'Y ' "" f-4 'fi' , i ' .',,"' ,......, . l 'R' f H J.-"-'Hit -- - 1. 'L -:Zi-:Q 't W lFirst rowjz Steve Cooper, Russ Fox, Gary Letcher, Jim Poujade, Rick Sauer, Stan Gish. lSecond rowjz Coach Gordon McEwen, Weiss, Hal Donkin, Alan Sweet, Mark Sandvigen, Bill Iammatteo. 90 Sports Bogs Nei Earlg Win By arranging several pre-s matches, Coach Gordon Nl enabled the boys' tennis team to prepare for a good season. The team was strong with 15 players turning out, one senior, "' Y' Q-5' . . H ANY two juniors, and four sophomore 1 ? being on the starting seven. h H g An early win for the netters ,- 'tt' .- '...4.,.J6-'- Rick Sauer strokes forehand groundstroke. was a preseason Vlctory Over Clackamas. nine Llaneza makes lonehand smash. i Girls' Tennis Team Serves Up Viclorg '54 1 Qs. . ' l '-" erta Henderson concentrates on the ball Jeanie Adams follows through on forehand. Sports 91 2 x 4 i Q ffl t 1' I Y Y . " 1 ,H I , . - 7 Y i i .V im 'Ns' Mike McDonald, Jerry Palgren, Peter Lukich, Ron Morgan, Dave Hopkins, Bruce Clow, Coach Nick Robertson take shelter during spring shower. , Peter Lukich and Dave Hopkins watch ball. Golf: Christy Little, Linda Guiles, Coach Nick Robertson. Golf Swings Into Action Coach Nick Robertson's goal for the boys' golf team was to have a winning season and finish in the top half of the league. He expects Bob Brandt or Don Wiggins to qualify for the state tournament. Nlr. Robertson hopes that the girls team will win some matches this season. Outstanding golfers are Gwen Godsey, Pam Roylance, and Christy Little. 1 x X Z Bob Brandt and Coach Nick Robertson ob- serve Don Wiggins' form. Sports 93 if i l AT Y ,..,-:L lFirst fowl: Mike Newcomer, Ken May, Mike Santangelo, Tom Tappenbeck, Bill Otey, Alan Inahara, Ken Rodd. lSecond rowl: Mark Santangelo, Bill Morgan, Brian Kelley, Larry Potter, Rick Brown, Rick Schiebel, Pete Moon, Coach Walt Buckiewisz. lThird rowlz Jim Elslon, Doug Blair, Cliff Lewis, Don Vermeer, Mike Evans, Steve Roos, Terry McCammon. 94 Sports l X i lli All aseball arts Early Varsity Baseball team went action in February with ctices. During spring vacation, y started preseason play with 'ns from outside the P.l.L. ision play started March 30. ich Buckiewisz hopes for ot of wins." 5,..f0E Larry Potter pitches, Mike Evans waits. Sports 95 lRightJ: Runner rounds first past baseman Jim Elston. iBelowJ: Umping Bill Otey calls pitches. X, 96 Sports HT- 'f 19. L-:IN V".-' '. :ax ,auf , ,,. k ,qi ?.-1.'- . 1,1 V+, A -, . f up rr ww, V ' .. ...J 1 ,,1 yy 'N' 0 r J.V. And Fros Baseball Tea Gain Experien J.V. Baseball iFirst rowjz Luis Campbell, Mike Davis, Dave Anderson, Bob Putnam, Darrell Lewis, Brent Tilton, John Jones, Boileau. lSecond rowbz Coach Nelson, Don Caniparoli, Rob Elmore, Robert Mullens, Gary Grant, Rob McClintock, Del Cochran, Eichorn. l i ,J " i ve ' l Frosh Baseball lFirst rowi: Tad Sickler, Jeff Thomas, Fred Rodd, Dennis Vigna, John Taylor, Mike Martin, John Giunta, Ron Entwhis Jeff Grimaldi. iSecond rowj: Mike Federspiel, Dave Coleman, Tim Rohrscheib, Jim Miller, Jeff Parker, John Coe, Richard Gumbert, M McNerney, Rod Waterhouse, Dale Garrison. iThird fowl: Coach Knudsen, Tom Lovlien, John Powell, Benny Bethune, Mike Bottcher, Da Trimm, Gary Lawwill, Jim Clark, Randy Shaver, Earl Liable. 98 Sports rowj Don Smurthwalte John Ball Stan Kadolph Mark Wyatt Russ Scofield, Bill Green, Mark Knutson, Steve Smothers, Ed Floley, Abraham lSecond rowj Tom Herd Dave Ball Lee Boroff Dan Bishop Dan Hall, Mark Cowan, Cliff Ingham, Dave Smith, Greg Bob Zlelsdorf Jim Eveladn lThlrd rowj Mr Kennedy Guy Hill Tracy Rose, Tom Lester, Ted Maloney, Lowell Gabner, John Paul Carpenter Ron Orme Bob Oren Mike Lockhart Oren Donnell Rudy Heuchert. Cindermen Show Great Potential Coach Jon Abraham said that the varsity track team is well- balanced and strong. In addition to a hard-working bunch of . sophomores and juniors, he has an especially good group of seniors. Outstanding team members are Mark Knutson, Bill Green, Greg Parrish, Bob Zeilsdorf, Mark Wyatt, Mike Lockhart, Tracy Rose, Lowell Gabner, and Oren Donnell. Coach Abraham's aim is to "take first place in city." Sports 99 A sb 7 , ':4,:1-,-.f,-w- -1 - ' 'I Qf- dai" i. -.A.,.f-ffl.--1- f ,, - f --- 'T . 34 I 1 L1 4 2 W Q Y V , -ff 4 1 . 4 H Yves. V - .- - ,gi- f ,,E,-,,,E,iq:efwf'-I ' ' , fc:vY k A , J ""'1V 'A , .. - 'f-nl - . . af' " . 5. - X, - . 'A 'ing-,. .. ,.. r.. ,. . . ..- ,- ,-- o ' .-4 ,,, ml ,J - ' --f-1' . 't - f . ,, -K I gg Nwvv . fit." X H' 7 1Ci?, 4 v 2 I Y 1,4 E . aqui? v . , ' , , x V' -A s.,..w V F " '-51,3 X' , 3 ti Q bv H I 'L W.."",... Q YK Opposite page: fUpper leftjz Jim Ewing watches for the pack. fUpper rightiz "Up and over." QBottomJ: Tracy Rose and Lowell Gabner practice a handoff. This page: fFar Ieftlz A frosh cinderman tosses the javelin. iLeftJ: Steve Hall puts the shot. CBe- Iowi: George Hunter, Ed Roley and Ron Bergstrom wait for the gun. Z' ig J - . 3 , 45515: .. 1 ' Sports 101 J.V. Trackmen Perfect Skills KW. tFirst rowlz Gary Hunnell, Steve Dodd, Rick Lake, Keith Hansen, Cure Jecobson, Leigh Spurlock. tSecond rowjc Coach Ellmers Head, Mike Brokaw, David Cooper, Doug VerMeer, George Hunter, Ron Bergstrom. Frosh Acquire The Basics i J-gf F- . tFirst rowjz Coach Ellmers, Jim Scott, Rick Arthur, Steve Hall, Randy McCartney, Bob Kays, Mark Jones. tSecond rowj: John Solari Smith, Jim Ewing, Ron Burrows, Rex Brenton, Roger Dryden. fNot picturedjz Coach Raddle 102 Sports Z! -4 ... : it and Mr. Laughlin ponder over a problem. FlitcroH Praises Season Supervising Franklin's sports is Nlr. Marvin Flitcroft, athletic director. In this position, he administers the district athletic program as it applies to Franklin, and is the representative of the coaches and students to the faculty. Nlr. Flitcroft said that the most outstanding event this year was the marathon. ln addition, Flitcroft, well-known personality on campus, assists at a night game. the wrestlers placed seventh in state, and the poorly rated basketball team played off for second place in the division. Sports 103 Clubs 0 Q Staffs f .081 X we will find. . . joined X2 ' s,,--L4 V. ' hfzsaw- - ,- " -1- .ww , ,wa 'v--. wx v- '- .5565 45,3-.-... 1..f,,lL1. 452, Q 'H 5, 0 ix. , .f w 'f-. -1 -r- ,lr2"'H? L' ,- Q V Y -TUX! Afdm, Q., .- - f ,diy 4-X ' :fw,,- -. K A. ,Q ' I R is , 1'-t.rs,,fJ?55Q7f 5m5'f'g1 'V 'f "2-' 1. Q ' ' ' 4 1 .- Arg L . MM fQ'?7ki. V, . .. W 'mv 1 ' ' ,flu .5313 . f ' W W 3 hx-iw V,,:'g3,i'f Ivkl- ,,, N M .1 K . V,1i,1A,Qy'4 k , N . V"wi-it lf ll. if ack - s ,X -3 .. - X .-fi-Hhs, Q 7 Q A I f' 0- --is 3 M- . ' 1 Q - .A f Q . I hr H W 1 A,,,g?,,ML, ..-ef , Y ' 5.W'fmQ-Fir ' 'iyffw 1' 5 '1 I .Jef Q JV: , T1,'?541Lgg.-M K8 1 l Amy if s L ul 4 W4 77 L., ' I V Y . , X 1 Y if iii IS' 2411: EJ" - M- S. Q V ' - , - , - 'J I 1214 ' -f-Y 75 l- -W-he O uf' ,ig ug.. 5 u fb 42.1 E '15-..,' 's Art And Poetry Accent Book It is the job of 24 Franklin students to create the ALMANAC, with the assistance and guidance of their advisor, Mrs. Miriam Puckett. These staff members take pride in creating what they hope will be a complete, accurate and enjoyable reconstruction of the school year. In this unique book the staff emphasized the modern trend Daniels and Diana Patterson check the financial situa- of the ALMANAC, toward individuality. l i f A . 1 .,.., . .M 1, ,......,, . Wins hy Deal, Sherry Langdon, Marie Whelchel and Liz Fosterman :uss the ALMANAC. pictures. Marie Whelchel and Teresa Johnson take down information for class Organizations 107 Franklin Post Offers Variety Being on Post staff gives a person a chance to work as a reporter, page editor, proof reader, feature writer, regular columnist, photographer, artist, business manager, and so the list goes. Chosen juniors and seniors under Mrs. Barbara Gaylor's supervision have all the headaches of meeting dead- lines, which makes this class a realistic experience, valuable to students interested in future newspaper work. 1i Lucy Lusk and Patty Burgett do POST work. S.. Typist Beverly Bankston and Editor Rick Sauer work on POST copy. Heather Beard, Terry Hicks, and Patty Burgett look at 108 Organizations books. iBeIow, iFirst rowiz Jerine Burgard, Carla Mrs. Barbara Gaylor fAdvisorJ, Heather Beard, rowi: Patty Colvin, Bev Bankston, Cheryl Jar- Gordan, Mary Donnerberg, Theresa Fiyan, iThird rowjz Lori Fiaker, Sandi Wickham, Nord, Rod Hildenbrand, Jerry Dahl- Sauer, iFourth rowi: Gordon Oliver, Terry Don Smurthwaite, Bruce Clow, Paul Pavlich. Organizations 109 110 Staff' Learns Ad Gimmicks The main idea of the art staff is to be included in a group whose responsibilities are those of an advertising firm. Each staff member is given assignments which he has absolute freedom to complete as he wishes. The staff members are chosen 4659 K.: by Jerry Bosco from students recommended by art teachers. Art staff looks . . . up, up and away! f A - ,- .- Art Staff: Vicki Peck, Colleen Thorpe, Vici Wolff, Linda Clark, Joann Vassar, Barbara Belott, Anne McCammon, Dave Blankenship, Jerry Bosco tAdvisorJ, Joe Mafors, Diane Grey, Diane Oetinger, Dave Lum. Marty Henninger, Carolyn Zellner. Organizations h l 17 9 Lab: iFirst rowi: Peggy Calkins, David Fast, Dana Conover, fSecond rowl: Allen Roger Goldsly, Karn Barnheart. 1 Ewers mixes developing chemicals. Pwr- Dave Fast measures an ALMANAC photo- graph. Photo Lab Photo Lab is an elective in which the basics of photo composition, developing, and printing are taught. Learning to meet deadlines and taking semi- professional pictures for the ALMANAC are their major duties. This class points a student toward a most enjoyable hobby or profession after high school. Organizations 111 , PM our , , .+- X 4 T a V xl- ,' , jf, ,K 'Sf' 17' ""f 9 ' vi Q D-l44.,fCr4l-'!" .V A 'LQ5' , 4 ...-., ,4 V 'U , . Nw 'NHT' T 'T' A Whig. A H' 73?-eff-' - 5 . '-'1 'VW f' A W H by 2' , " '-1 .x Vfv I 'Y' wp g VA 1 - . 3 . . , A of .U ' If I R V -x . F11 1 . fy Q 1 ' "' Y n 1 . 'A wg J' y , -' x V , wx I 5 sn., 1 : . . , , Gail Munkers, Janet Anderson, Rhea Goodwin, Cheeri Brida. fa- an Bookroom And Library Keep The Books Mrs. Norlin and Mrs. Greenfield serve as the "Keepers of books" at Franklin. It is through them and their respective student staffs that the books, magazines, and m Staff iFirst rowl' Mrs Greenfield Penny Miller Cynthia Welch iSecond learning aids are kept in good Mrs. Ruth Lemrey iasst.J, Mrs. Eleanor Norlin iLibrar- ianl, and Mrs. Marjorie Christianson iasst.J order and repair. Considering all the books these staffs handle, it is amazing to the student writer that there are so few mistakes! gn.- 4. Qasvsgm- -'qi N. Staff: llfirst rowi: April Johnston, Debbie Farley, Linda Long, Judith Kristach, Diane Kristich, lSecond rowl: Cherri , Sie-etta Worthington, Elaine Robinson, Linda Burrow, Thelma Keltner, Diana Taylor, Carolyn Fosterman, Mrs. Norlin, Organizations 113 Student Staffs MEIN Um Students in the main office, attendance, counseling and cafeteria staff help keep Franklin high school running smoothly. Under expert advisors, students learn to take care of the minute details as well as the larger tasks which are necessary to keep an establishment operating at its highest capacity. Main office: Robin Shelton, Lore- lei Mortimer, Nancy Norby, Wen- dy Alfsen, Mary Wikander, Sherry Stearns, Mrs. Lorraine Miller. Attendance office: Mrs. June Peden, fFirst rowi: Cathy Dittler, Terilee Bernard, Merilee Wikander, Jerine Burgard, Gail Munkers, fSecond rowjz Sue Miller, Rei Sadamoto, Georgine Rall, Melissa Bruning, Diana Newton, fThird rowi: Lorri Wiatt, Ann Postlewaite, lFourth fowl: Lorelei Mortimer, Denise Wong, Donna Demoor. Counseling Office: lFirst rowi: Mrs. Mc- Knight, Diana Patterson, Rhona Donoghue, Donna Scopacasa, Patti Fontana, Connie Mark, Su- san Hoyt, fSecond rowi: Sherrie Cummings, Julie Conner, Dalores Dempster, Tone Malsey, Teresa Evers. Q----..--,. 114 Organizations 1 . ' e, ' I 3 AA- ' ' . , .I ' " , . U! ' ' 1 .. , . 1 rr . ii, Q f' ,l H , .".1 I , MVS- Helen Mrs. Cory Mr. Ed Gottsch Belleque Drais Cafefefia Matron Custodian College Coordinators' office: Diana Nessling, Nancy Holder, Linda Fibbeck, lSecond rowjz Robin Bondy, Sherri Scorcio, Nikki Monroe. Student Cafeteria staff: lFirst rowjz Janice Handing, Carol Aikens, Irene Mace, Janice Reed, Carol Albana, Linda Aikens, Patricia Smith, lSecond rowj: Don McKinnsey, Mark Taylor, Ervin Blair, Donald Meyer, David Moon, Marsha Harding, Mary Loomis. Adult Cafeteria staff: lFirst rowj: Mary Eaton, Daisy Isaacson, Mamie Stuck, Lucille Van Horn, Florine Baylie, Fleae Whedon, Jean Schoenheinz, lSecond rowJ: Opal Bjoren, Ann Nicholas, Snow Tebeck, Helen Gottsch, Amanda Huntley, Rhoda Halloway, Betty Barbie, Donna Miller, Stephanie Buffington. f Q Q Q ix- l- , '1 ' 1-Y 3 G . f lrfiiq it 'K , ,, I ' 1 Q A is 1 I S. V Y ' . Q ,4-- 1, -U-. A 'f'Wx 1. 1 .D - -.'i D E 'dei My . Organizations 115 .. " ll Y A 5 l l I l l if-1 A'-QZMW 1 1 1 ' i W - ll L A t , l , T' modiere lSecond Bowl: Doug Gillies, Pam Roylance, Walt Dudmgton Chris Ball Georgea Knapp, Deborah Dow Rebecca Marla Cassaday, Barbara Bridges Nancy Getchell fThird Bowl' Gregg Flach, Don Canrparoli Diane Myers Karen Schreiner Hunnel, Marie Martin, Gordan St. Marie, Roberta Henderson, Naomi Choate, lna Weissenbuehler, Cliff Lewis lFourth Flowl: Denm llroy, Cliff Ball, June Humbird, Linda Sessler, Barbara William fStandingJ: Floy Ruddell, Alvin Payne, Lori Lindi, Cindy Scott, Lorentzer, Laird Clow fAbsentJ: Dan Downy. fFirst Howl: Flhonda Hunnel, Lorraine Llaneza, Sue Chapman,. Rozanne Howell, Nancy Meyers, Shirley Barett, Linda Love, Leola , . , . , S Band Travels Franklin's Band went to Delbrook High School, British Columbia to play concerts on May 5th, 6th, and 7th. The band was active through the year in city programs, "Portland Schools on Parade" on February 19th, the Franklin Festival of Fine Arts on May 15th and 16th, and the Rose Festival Parade. Eight students were chosen for all City Band. Dick Lytle waits for cue as Mr. Pancheau leads the band at the '69 Jamboree 116 Organizations U ,, 5 ., , A ,W ,,,. .,,.., . H i I I I X X il J ' Q 56. E 11. -l .J- r I ,V !,.. t Flowl: Mike Bowen, Tim Nord, Dale Bowen, Byron Jacobson, Yoshiko Saheki, Debby Dullo, Dorthy Rowley, iSecond Rowl: Guy Brad Darlow, Dave Ball, Dennis Groh, Connie Johnson, Robert Earl, Scott Hill, Steve Miller iThird Rowl: Jeff Magel, Morris Funk, er Dryden, Vern Bacon, Dennis Gillies, Barbara Briggs, Carol Sievers, Cliff Ball, Allan Sweet, George Smeraglio, iFourth Howl: Dave off, Mark Sandugen, Jimmie Miller, Hal Donkin, Terry Willon, Don Dimoff, Ken Ottoson, Wesly Bonner, John Ball, Drum Major: Dick iAbsentJ: John Bonn. S ' ' -17 . i, . 51 fm ff. B ......4J I iorettes Anetta Snider, Sandy Dickinson, Wende Brown and Marily Caton pose in back of Benji with Band ior Dick Lytle. Organizations 117 . Y E i I , E l +-mug' Mr. Pancheau conducts orchestra practice. ,.-N, V Q0 4. 'sr I , I ' Ss ik, ...Lg W- ---n..m.o1:+ .-4 118 Organizations S- NX N Orchestra Travels To B.C Under the direction of Mr. George Pancheau, the orchestra started their year on Parents' Night. At Christmas time they performed the music of Fred Waring's "Twas the Night Before Christmas." They represented Franklin in a Fall Concert, in concerts in British Columbia, and in the annual Festival of Kat: Warner and Bob Baker concentrate on their music. Fine Arts- i 5. Orchestra: tFirst rowjz Mary Anne D'Ambrosia, Kati Warner, Bob Baker, Mirta Niemetschek, Susan Bell, Ingrid Sessler, Dan Shea, John Lundgren, lSecond rowjz Merrily Brinda, Rozanne Howell, Joy Hughes, Jim Kemp, Helena Kaipala, Sue Chapman, Linda Love, Doug VerMeer, Debbie Donnell, Tom Gay, fThird rowl: Rick Jones, Lori Lindi, Jlil Slith, Bob Kays, Cheeri Brinda, Joanne Totzen, Claudia Bradt, Ronda Hunnel, Nikki Choate, Mike McNerney, Morris Funk, Dale Bowen, Dick Lytle, Roberta Henderson, Gordon St. Marie, fFourth rowjz Craig Flach, Chris Ball, Tom Bonner, Dave Fast, Steve Boll, Mr. Pancheau. Organizations 119 ll o Il To Music The A Choir, under John Peery's I direction, and the Girls Choir directed by John Brewer, are credited classes which give stu- dents opportunities to perform be- fore audiences. This year the A Choir created a unique singing Christmas tree for the annual pro- gram, performed in a mass high school choir in "Portland Schools on Parade" and journeyed to Ash- land to sing special concerts. 120 Organizations :zslfll 'l1i3"fEH 7' 7 1 77 ' A Choir, Above iFirst rowl: Janice Blackman, Pamela Brauckmiller, Jerine Burgard, Judy Peck, Kati Warner, Kath- ryn Baldino, Urpha Berry, Sharlene Bolera, Cathryn Pickup, Vicki Taylor, Gail Berry, Joann Hopper, Joy Wilson. iSec- ond rowl: Lonora Giordano, Debra Cunningham, Marie Whel- chel, Mary Watkins, Lela Seirmo, Bonita Fredrickson, Debbie Super, Debra Steffan, Faye Bacon, Lynetta Bolin, Patty Ball, Joan Evans, Kay Crewse. lThird rowjz Pat Sahue, Vicki Marlor, Cathy Miller, Janis Pearson, Melissa Dolyniuk, Mari- lyn Barnhart, Jane Scott, Debbie Mealey, Lynn Tesdal, Patty Burgett, MaryAnn D'Ambrosia, Hope Curin, Lori Trimm. tFourth rowl: Ken Giordano, Mike Crowther, Leon Hawkins, Larry Weber, Vern Pruitt, Steve Sterhan, Ben Westem, Tom Johnson, Randy Hooker, John Emra, Steve Giordano, David Waldrep, Bob Edwards, Tom Herd. iFifth rowi: Greg Grandy, Stan Jordan, Dan Wilson, Rudy Heuchert, Tim Drennan, Greg Parrish, Jim Poppino, Rick Jones, Jim Poujade, Gary Letcher, Ken Palmer, Mike Ryan, Frank Solari, Eivers Alan, Larry Garrett. Girls Choir, left fFirst rowl: Pegy Hauskins, Linda Love, Kathy MoCausland, Linda Timmings, Patty Garvin, Flory Perlas, June Humbird, iSeoond rowl: Patty Ryan, Susan Edgell, Gail Munkers, Nancie Steele, Eileen Konetsky, Carol Austin, Penny Wilson, Nancy McQuaw, Donna Baldwin, Mary Anderson, tThird rowl: Connie Mark, Debbie Crace, Linda Jordan, Connie Klatt, Debbie Wahl, Marla Blanchard, Linda Schultz, Janine Pitts, Janice Moats, Lynn Neaderhiser, Della lpox, Dorothy Kangiser, Cay Nelson, tFourth rowl: Gayle Rasey, Shannon Corrigan, Janice Harding, Elaine Hampen, Maralee Donkin, Betsy Tinker, Joann Meucci, Beverly Cook, Beverly Edgar, Tami Malsey, Marianne Raglione, Karen Siegle, Linda Burow. Organizations 121 Intonaiions: Senior Girls' Vocal Ensemble Sue Miller, Kati Warner, Melissa Dolyniuk, Bonita Fredrickson, Toni Malsey, Cathy Miller, Kay Crewse. Harmonel-ies Junior Girls' Vocal Ensemble Susan Hoyt, Debra Super, Debbie Cunningham, Lucy Lusk, Cathy Pick- up, Karen Baisinger, Kathy Baldino, Sandi Wickham, Joann Hopper, Lori Trimm. Chantelles: Sophomore Girls' Vocal Ensemble Kathy McCausland, Dorothy Kan- giser, Judy Peck, Maralee Donkin, Karen Siegle, Janice Harding, Tami Malsey, Debbie Grace, Janine Pitts, Susan Edgell. 122 Organizations Groups in g As School Reps The small ensembles are basically public relations groups for Franklin High School. They perform on an average of once a week, before such groups as P.T.A., Lions, Kiwanis clubs, NHS, hospitals, Grandmothers' clubs, churches, Deca, and for activities such as weddings. Mr. Brewer directs the three girls groups and Mr. Peery teaches the Madrigals. and Mr. Peery prove music can be fun. KFirst rowl: Lenora Giorando, Joy Wilson, Vicki Taylor, Mary Watkins, Linda Riesbeck, Judy Peck, Pam Brauckmiller, rowjz Tom Herd, Leon Hawkins, John Emra, Steve Giordano, Lerry Weber, Steve Giordano. Organizations 123 . F. L. The National Forensic League is a high school honor society to promote interscholastic speaking. lts purpose is to encourage more students to acquire the invaluable training for leadership afforded by the effective use of speech. Membership is earned with 25 points of forensic credit and a vote of the membership. Gwen Godsey and speech team relax on the way to a district meet. 97? "q'Y 1 ,pr l fFirst rowl: Janis Pearson, Judy Patterson, Mike Weiss,'Linda Darke, Dan Primmer, lSecond rowl: Debbie Haug Jerri Gilbert, Terry Hicks, Barbara Van Troyer, Barbara Gniewosz, Bob Pearson, fThird rowl: Tom Gay, Diane Gr Gwen Godsey, Pam Roylance, Mr. Gary Clark lAdvisorl. 124 Organizations A Ron Hensley, Paul Miller, Cleve Parker, Mr. Biggs. l l fi K .gf- Hensley presents out-going president Jo O'Brien with the traditional 3 iz -1 -1 , i l VTE. rowi: Beckie Sullivan, Nancy Rice, Terry Hicks, Dorothy Kangiser, Cindy Stucki, Linda Parker, Tery Brock, Nikki Choate. lSecond Pam Floylance, Anne Taylor, Carrie Swain Barbara Van Troyer, Nancy Baker, Karen Lee, Marcia Wright, Maryanne D'Ambrosla rowi: Graig Mullen, Mike Robinson, Steve Johnson, Kent Brechtbill, Jo O'Brien, Craig Flach, Laurie Lindi, Vince Jelineo, lFourth Thespians The Franklin Thespian society is guided by international rules. Entrance into the society is a point system. One point represents ten hours of work, and ten points are required for entrance. Rating of one star through honor star, the equivalent of seven hundred hours of work on drama projects, is possible to obtain. The society is working on a local constitution and raising money for drama equipment. Organizations 125 NH National Honor Society, advised by Mr. Gehrke, held a banquet for its newest members and its annual Multiple Sclerosis Christmas party at the Oregonian Hostess House. The Honor Society has continued working on revisions for its present constitution. An idea to turn Honor Society into a forum-like association was created and tried. Mr. Leonard Gehrke addresses NHS i11f" .. n .-,.f'E3iTgZ:,,vi ,I ' , 2 na -Tvfqrwf i 1 Seniors: lFirst rowl: Glenda Magel, Debbie Junker, Linda Owen, Bonita Fredrickson, Terry Hlcks, Carole Nees, Patty Smith Giunta, Debbie Mealey, Kay Crewse, Kathy Dittler, iSecond rowl: Lynn Tesdal, Gwen Godsey, Pam Roylance, Anne Mccammon beth Fosterman, Sharon Brooks, Nancy Holder, Linda Hunter, Vicki Taylor, Mike Bell, lThird rowl: Janis Pearson, Debby Dunlop Gilbert, Patti Hamlin, Teresa Johnson, Rei Sadamoto, Suzette Nonne, Joann Vassar, Mary Watkins, Debbie Donnell, fFourth rowl Smurthwaite, 'Bill Morgan, Gary Vegna, Ted Maloney, Bruce Clow, Stephanie Lamb, John Ball, Vee Hlransomboon, Dave Hudson Blalr, lFifth rowlc Paul Pavlich, Tom Gay, Larry Jones, Ron Ormes, Ron Morgan, Rick Sauer, Terry Jones, Bill Green, Keith Hash Schlosser. 126 Organizations 'LJ i 6 Ron Hildenbrand, Richard Green, Brian Kelley, Richard Wolff. iii P , . ISophomores: iFirst rowlz Bonnie O'Brian, Linda Love, Bernie Hawkins, Carolyn Nelson, San B . . . . I . Su ell, Linda Mills, Debbie Walz, Sally Daniels, lSecond rowj. Anne Taylor, Debbie Nancy Schneider, Barbara Willman, Betsy Tinker, Cindy Klein, Diana Linton, Karen Holden, iThird rowl: Catherine Balmich, Mike Weiss, Bill Sammatteo, Bob Baker, Del Cochrin, Craig Flach, Guy Hill, Susie Bolder, Linda Trappe. iFirst rowl: Dan Primmer, David Ball, Debbie Mosbrucker, Marcia Rauchentein, Judy Lee, Judy Slane, JoAnn Hopper, Terry Melissa Bruning, Nancy Kurkinen, iSecond rowl: Laird Clow, Joel Baily, Sherry Langdon, Stella Lee, Elaine Louie, Karen Baisin- McElhaney, Carla Tweter, Roberta Henderson, Susan Lamb, iThird rowl: Greg Diloreto, Juliann Hart, Debbie Douglass, Joy Bolera, Barbara Beloit, Marilyn Barnhart, Marily Caton, Wanda Cryderman, iFourth rowlg Steve Miller, Paul Herrmann, Organizations 127 Pleiades The purpose of Pleiades the girls' honors club, is to practice, promote and make known the purpose and ideals of Pleiades. ln Greek mythology, Pleiades were virtuous daughters of Atlas For this reason new members are dubbed with a virtue as they are selected. This year they installed Mrs. Verna Miller as their adviser, naming her virtues as wisdom and understanding. Friars Friars is an honors, service club which can be called on by the school to do necessary tasks. This year the members have concentrated on individual projects. Friars are senior boys who are active, and have obtained and kept high GPA's. 128 Organizations D.E. Builds "Seller" One of the most important changes at Franklin is the student center consisting of the student store and lounge. Construction on the facilities began after the Distributive Education classes Gary Meme, raised money with a candy sale. The student store, renamed ' Benji's Seller, is the first of its kind in the nation. Since it is run r 1-J-A by the D.E. classes, it affords the students a valuable work experience while also giving the rest of the student body a wider variety of products - to choose from. Nees Don Parshall and Sherry Glenn NOT T0 TAKEN OUT DF STUDENT LOUNGE XZ -5 k Santangelo, Bob Lynn, Dana Hill, and Terri Santangelo. Organizations 129 Quakerefles The newly organized Quakerette drill, dance, and spirit team spent the summer in practice and writing a constitution. Any girl willing to work five hours each week at practice and faithfully attend football and basketball games, was eligible to join. Directed by Mrs. Chiotti, in their first Season they performed The Quakerettes perform their routine for the student body. ten times. ac- . I ffl' .I .vu Q5 XM We .Q fa i -Q -of S lFirst rowix Cora McKean, Cathie Pickup, Vicki Wheeler, Pam Shaver, Patty Blades, Debbie Scopacasa, Donna Scopacasa, CSecond ' Marily Caton, Nancy Olson, Cecilea Whitehead, Cindy Holstine, Debbie Allen, Patty Briniser, Donna McClure. 130 Organizations Lettermen This year with the help of advisors Mr. Jack Burri and Mr. Fred Erlenbusch, President Paul Pavlich led the lettermen through a series of enterprising, charitable and fun projects. ln order to raise the funds the club needed, the Lettermen sponsored an after-game dance and had a refreshment sale. if-" These funds were used by giving money to the swim teams for Tesdal holds accouterments for Tom Taylor and Paul so they can carry cumbersome boxes to the gym. Summer practlce and also to the Gary Keller Memorial Fund. -W Vim..-1-1-M :ann-an 2? v termen: iSeatedJ: Paul Paulich, Geoff Moffitt, fFirst rowl: Ron Morgan, Oren Donnell, Mark Kuntsen, Bill Green, Dan Bishop, Mike itangelo, Guy Hill, Mark Sandugen, iSecond rowl: Pete Moon, Ted Maloney, Tim Cewan, Terry Jones, Darwin Rasmussen, Bob Lynn, Henderson, Mike Weiss, Gwen Godsey, B. Franklin, iThird rowjz Cliff Lewis, Scott Hill, Dick Green, Bob Baker, Gary Morgan, Jeanne lien, Marrily Brinda, Debi Densem, Eileen Clow, Barbara Gnienwosz, tFourth rowl: Tracy Rose, Steve Peterson, Ron Orme, Rick rer, Gary Letcher, Don Smurthwaite, Brian Kelly, Bill Morgan, Jim Elston, Cleve Parker, Terry Brock, Mary Anne D'Umbrosia. Organizations 131 Sigma Phi Alpha: lFirst rowl: Nikki Choate, Cathy Miller, Janis Pearson, Ina Weissenbuehler, Mr. Pancheau, Dorthy Rowley, Debby lop, Vicki Taylor, Lorraine Llaneza, tSecond rowi: Merrily Brinda, Marla Cassaday, Mary Anne D'Ambrosia, Mary Watkins, Barbara man, Maralee Donkin, Lori Lindi, Kathryn Warner, Roberta Henderson, Debbie Donnell, tThird rowjz Ken Giordano, Scott Hill, Gay,Cliff Lewis, Rick Jones, Bob Earl, Guy Hill, Hal Donkin. Sigma Phi Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha's purpose is to promote a better music and social understanding. One music activity a month is the goal: jazz Qpncerts, progressive dinners, mountain trips, Halloween and Christmas celebrations. All these are enjoyed by band, orchestra, A choir or ensembles members who join Sigma Phi Alpha. ' x 132 Organizations ,rw . Q - To John Ball, happiness is knowing you are helping raise funds for important trip. Bowlers 9winglOut The Bowling Club meets every Friday with their advisor Miss Knotts, at Eastside Bowl. There are twelve teams in the Franklin league which play each other. In an outside meet, Franklin defeated Cleveland by 43 pins. The club raised money this year to buy their bowling shirts, and are planning a party at Shakey's for the end of this bowling season at Franklin. owl Miss Katherine Knotts Advisor Rhea Goodwin Sharon Adams Tere a Todd Terrie Schramm, Shirley Fouts, Dianne Dlmoff Crosby lSecond rowl David Moon Richard Willman Donna Wirtjes Nancy Getchell, Lrraine Llaneza, Sherrie Cummings, Beckey An McBride Cay Nelson Steve Garrett fThird rowl Don Bondy Ken Palmer, Butch Rackley, Kimo Moore, Patti Hamlin li Organizations 133 5 T' N FTA libel i , The purpose of Future Teachers of America is to promote interest in teaching. The club accepts members above the freshman level. One project available to 'J J FTA members this year was a state convention held by the national headquarters of FTA. This allowed members from chapters all over Oregon to meet and discuss what FTA is doing. iFrontl: Chris Todd, Colleen Callaghan, lBackJ: Kathy Miller, Flei moto, Judy Patterson, Patti Hamlin. Inter-Club Council -'i'-- W l tes.-.X v , . B fun Inter Club council was set up to involve school related clubs. They work together on such things as publicizing Safety Week other general school activities. iFirst rowj: Larry Jones, Dan Hall, Don Smuthwaite, Patty Hamlin, Lynn Myer. fSecond rowjz Junker, Dave Schlosser, Pam Roylance, Marily Gaton. l 134 Organizations rowj: Cindy Holstine, Merri Martin, Carolyn Nelson, Lois LaHue, Barbara Gnie- Chri : . ' " s Fteverman, iSecond rowi B Franklin, Alethea Stone, Nancy Olson, Cecilia Wyla Tatman, Judy Patterson, Sue Price, lThird rowl: Patti Hamlin, Wanda Cindy Klein, Anne Taylor, Elizabeth Fosterman, Mrs. Wohld iAdvisorJ. rowj: Jim Poupade, Dan Hall, Greg Keller, Paul Carpenter, iSecond rowiz Bob Dave Hopkins, Gary Grant, Cliff Ingham, iThird rowjg B. Franklin, Pat Petrie, Dave Greg Parrish, Dan Bishop, Mark Santangelo, Al Sweet. Lambda Gamma To gain knowledge of foreign countries, their people, and their customs is the purpose of Lambda Gamma, language club. The club, under Miss Susan Wohld's direction gave a party for Franklin foreign students on Friday, February 13. They plan to give a 850.00 scholarship to an outstanding active member for college. Keg Key is a service club associated with Kiwanis. Membership includes any boy who is interested in being of service. This year they earned money to donate to the athletic department, among other service projects. 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With hard work the senior class will graduate without debts. Tyler Tsunemitsu, Senior Class President fFallJ Tina Clark, Senior Class President fSpringJ Fall Sergeants-at-Arms: Joy Wilson, Nancy Rice, Janet Miller, Judy Patterson 't Spring Sergeants-at-Arms: Cleve Parker, Sue Price, Julie Conner, Toni Malsey, Steve Smothers. 140 Seniors -.n "TP 3-17 N5 MOST FRIENDLY Tom Taylor Tina Eaton f-ad I A MOST I I' ' INDIVIDUAL V w. 9 ' Dennis Harper t Vici Wolff ,L MOST LIKELY MOST TALENTED 7, ' V TO SUCCEED Flon Orme Debbie Junker MOST SPIRITED Bruce Heath Lynn Tesdal MOST HUMOFIOUS Don Smurthwaite Bettye Harris MOST STUDIOUS Larry Jones Debbie Dunlop MOST SINCERE Bill Morgan Pam Roylance Q MOST TALENTED R M VOCALIST Randy Hooker , 2. my Wende Daniels A E - sl MOST TALENTED f . . - IN SPEECH I 0 f ., Tom Gay Terry Hicks ' .H V , , ' I FAVORITE I " U y TEACHERS I it I Mr. Pingree I Mrs. Criles IN ART g -fr Jan Olson 'IOO I '- i Colleen Thorpe X H I' FF-1. V 1 E 'If ' ,. MOST T ' ATHLETIC In 5 . Paul Pavlicn if I Jan Bennett A, . I' M X Vvff- .., Tj sq H - "rr I MOST TALENTED I A INDRAMA , -Q . 4 , Tom Johnson I A .V Jo O'Brien N MOST TALENTED 1. ,7 I IN LEADERSHIP 1 , 4 as . I' Mark Knutson I ' 1'fr'f:PU!" Debbie Mealey V' - - 5 MOST TALENTED W INSTRUMEN- 51.-T Q TALIST M Wy 524 I Aj Kim Raiphs he I IT - Kati Warner ' ' Senior Mosis Seniors vote each year for their classmates whom they feel have been the most outstanding in certain areas. These people are named Senior Mosts. The balloting and presentation is organized and handled by the ALMANAC STAFF. Quaker Mark Knutson Quakerefle Debbie Mealey Seniors 141 Dave Lum, Marty Henninger, and Joe Majors hang-around for their last year. i L. Q2 f1lx5:F,v!i-sei...-. ., 14-,tiff V f'TT'f"1 ' 1' H f T :L wx' 'v' ' ' N ' jfiig-.l , I F " 'J x ,, ai: -vLJ""' cf 1.1.x Adams, Jamie Adams, Jeanie Akins, Carol Aifsen, Darlene 142 Seniors Alsman, Chris Anderson, Janet Anderson, John "H-4 Anderson, Keith Anderson, Wendy Andreotti, John Andrew, Judy Andrew, Lyn ,... 933- Atkinson, Deborah Austin, Tom h if-nr -fs' Bacelis, Maurice Bacon, Doug Bacon, Faye Baker, Mike Balduyck, John Ball, John Bankhead, Allen Seniors 143 Barnard, Terilee Barry, Carol Beal, Ray Beigh, Steve Bell, Mike Belott, Michele Bennett, Jan Bergstrom, Wynne Berry, Gail Blades, Larry Blair, Doug Blanchard, Verdell Blankenship, David Bolin, Lynetta 144 Seniors Bondy, Robin, Boothby, Debbie Borgman, Cathy Bowen, Dale Bowen, Marilyn Bowman, Sharolyn Bradt, Claudia 5 Brandt, Bob Brauckmiller, Pam Brenton, Leslie Brockhaus, Jay Brooks, Julie Brooks, Sharon Broomfield, Donna Seniors 145 Brosius, Dale Brown, Corrine Brown, Dorean Brown, Patricia Brown, Vicky Brown, Wende Buchanan, Barbara ii: iii YYY 0,' 'o i, Bunnell, Linda Burchell, Jeff Burgard, Jerine Burgett, Patty Byer, Mary Cabral, Barbara Cain, Karen 146 Seniors -dvi? B ff. -B .X Calkins, Peggy Capps, Joe Carruth, Jaimye Carver, Mike Rick Hollway and George Zaleski tackle a test. Center, Judy Chambers, Dean - rem ' ' .Y k '15 v',' . c-QS "",l' ,til , r ,. " 2 F: ,"ff-:v -,..1f2- f -4, -n w .al- il S -1 i f Chapel, Debbie Chilson, Patti rm. 1' ., if- i it 1 115 'Tk-, C1739 Seniors 147 Choate Naomi Clark, Tina Clark, Linda Clow, Bruce Colvin, Patty Conover, Dana Conner, Julie Comstock, Jo Rene Cooper, Leslie A - .,,,, ,w,., Fig ff' v as lg ,,, r .B .rl,,, g 148 Seniors , " :xml an We isle e W'lr,,.Ew, , we -ll 'fr fl' 5 l, il r o l .. 5 l 2 rm' tie' .im fi Eg W' 54 i -f ,9 ai :ll 55: lv ,E .K mx 5 ,. , ml Y,i ,fxfeon ill! 46 HW w lfxrc 'M-, KP? sf-an iii? own W glam .V ...ei 5 ,,,.r l.,5,i ,ll WEEE: at r r "'W'iEe, qw-S. l If .....,gi,w Debbie Mealey reluctantly gives back Tom Taylor's football gear. l 1-""'f tra' 'sv'-v-'jx Nqr-ww, -,rsJ f"'lP Rv' -sri? Y M.. Cooper, Patti Coryell, Dean Cosby, Frank Cote, Diane Coughlin, Jim Cox, Mike Cozzetto Carol 5, 'frm 4 ' 1-+-1 W-Q-o ,ii-Q '-,pr VIS" xv? Crewse, Kay Crosby, Janice Cullison, Delmar Cummings, Sherrie Curtis, Kathy Dallas, Linda Daniel, Gary Seniors 149 I 1 'f .l N61 ,. W V Pl I ll GR F 1 -. l ,lm l l I KN! I N-n 2' .f' "Is this only Monday?" asks Diane Gray. 150 Seniors Daniels, Wendy Demoor, Dennis Davis, Dave Dempster, Dolores Davis, Diane Densem, Debbie Davis, Mike Dewey, Marsha Diaz, Lulu Dittler, Kathy Dixon, Donna Dolyniuk, Melissa Donnell, Debbie Donnelly, Debbie Drais, Janet 'N-in Af' I .,.mY Q 'N-"9-9' Dunlop, Debbie Duvall, Craig Eaton, Tina Easton, Matt Edmunson, Bob Edwards, Bob Edwards, Hon Erickson Erickson Erickson Erickson fm' Estes, Dennis Evans, Marlene Evans, Mike Eveland, Jim 152 Seniors Field Carol Finley Mary Fisher Amy Fossatl Bruce Foster Chris Fosterman, Elizabeth Francetlch, Pam '70 HI-BOARD Debbie Mealey RHODES Sharon Gallucci MEIER 81 FRANK Patty Smith NORDSTROM BEST'S Bonita Fredrickson LIPMAN'S Joann Vassar CHARLES F. BERG Janet Miller J. C. PENNEY'S Seniors 153 Fredrickson, Bonita Fry, Marti Fuglee, Kathy Fuller, Claudia Funk, Morris Gallucci, Sharon Gardner, Dave ,W DWI' f-Q ,li Gatluccio, Brian Gay, Tom Gaylon, James George, Barbara 154 Seniors Geraci, Ken Getchell, Ross Gilbert, Jerri Wzrff' Gillies, Doug Giordano, Ken Giordano, Lonora Giunta, Janice Glasbrennar, Bill Godsey, Gwen Goetsch, Flex I'-5 Goodwin, Rhea Grandy, Greg Granstrom, Frank Gray, Alice Gray, Diane Green, Bill Greer, Ray iw! fl 31 Yi Seniors 155 Griffiths, Marilee Guile, Linda Gunter, Mike I 'off L-.-rd' Hamilin, Patty Handsaker, Janice Hansen, Curt Hansen, Sherry T,":1"P and-, Harding, Steve Hargrave, Denise Harmon, Steve Harper, AI 156 Seniors Harris, Betty Harris, Vicki Harrison, Bill ..-4' 3 VU! X'?ff"" X--f v"""'Jf 'Kit' 'T-TI'..'P 1-.I 'Q-.A ,na- .. ,gy W5 ,H X. r 54, ?'v 'qw I--Y , T395 Harvey, Michele Haugen, Debbie Hash, Keith Hausch, Susan l A' "SN--'Q' 14-I H A ' -.xii-',.u-if , we ' ,,.f 5 Ef'?-5' - ,- .-- 4' ' - 5-Q, :TZ :.,4 - llff,f if-f' ll, "Happiness is a baby blue MG," beams Tyler Tsunemitsu. Hauskins, Linda Hauskins, Rick Hawkins, Leon Head, Dorothy il l l ,l gl ' ' ill 1, . in ' 1 im' ,ish 'J 0- Q ik-, Seniors 157 l A .XIX K. T ii 3+ Health, Bruce Helquist, Dan Henninger, Marty Hicks, Terri 4 i yi, i Hill, Dana if 3 ix? - a i i Hin, scan Hill, Sharon 5 X LQ Us DyAnn Oetinger flies. 158 Seniors 'x 'X -Jx b 'x-44' IQ -M w.-Q' Hill, Linda L 1,-gp 17.39" Hiransomboon, Chris Hiransomboon, Vee Hirsch, Judy Holder, Nancy Hollway, Rick Hooker, Randy Hopkins, Don f'. 1 " '. - . ii" 1 3.4 Horton, Kris Howell, Janet Huber, Shirley Hudson, Dave Hunnel, Ronda Hunter, Linda Hutchens, Kim Hyland Janet Ikeda Jerry lnclan Ernesto lrwin, Linda Jacobson, Byron Jelineo, Jeff Jensen, Chris vt' -V V Y i--il ll H Jeppesen. Patti Jirschele, Gary Johnson, Allen Johnson, Barbara Johnson Linda Johnson Teresa Johnson Tom Seniors Q 'Fm Conner enjoys her free time with Cindy McCIenahan. 'vfy , , 1 Jones, Judy x Jones, Larry Jones, Terry Jordan, Jeri Jordan, Linda Junker, Debbie Kadolph, Stan 1 Seniors 161 13 -..,g Don Vermeer, Gary Turner, Jim Eveland, Steve Smother 3 f'.. I Kaufman, Bill Kemrer, Kay Kibe, Keith Kiewatt, Celeste King, Stan A Klatt, Connie Knutson, Norman 162 Seniors s and Steve Peterson ask, "Who'Il Stop The Rain? '-:AA-'pr Y'x"!4i?" K ...J xy f .1- A in i ,ll '!':"tH'a...H Knutson, Mark Konetsky, Eileen Krahmann, Frank Krause, Rose Krueger, Ron Kuch, Charmaine Kulbel, Nora ,ik Kwan, Mavis LaFramboise, Jennie Lahue, Patrice Lamb, Stephenie Lambert, Lori Landels, Mike Langdon, Tim 5...- Seniors 163 Larrson, Eva Lawwill, Mark Lee, Arnold Leirmo, Lela Lenon, Walter Leppa, Jo Letcher, Gary H, Y' KT? Lewis, Cliff Lindley, Karen Lins, Debbie Lomax, Jacqueline Long, Cynthia Loprinzi, Janet Lorenzini, Irene 164 Seniors ' T i K ,A usso, Ralph Lukich, Dan Lum. Dave Lund, Anita . Jack Burri gives directions to lost projectionists, Bob Edmundson and Bill Kaufman ndgren, John Lytle, Richard MacKenzie, Marianna Magel, Glenda -N '74 il' I' Ze CTV -Q.. QP 'ES' Seniors 165 Maine, Susan Malet, Mike Maloney, Ted Malsey, Toni Mankins, Martha Marcot, Virginia Marks, Diane X Li Starving John Ball and Cliff Ball fight over cafeteria remains. 'QQ 166 Seniors Marler, Vicki Mathers, Mary Matthews, Steve May, Susan Mealey, Debbie Meeks, Charlene Melis, Kayla Mellen, Linda Mettler, Gary Metz, Frances Meyer, Linda Miles, Tom Miller, Carol Miller, Cathy Miller, Debbie Miller, Jackie Miller, Janet Miller, Penny Miller Susan Moats Jan Mockenhaupt, Patty En +-T----.t?- -- 'Tri fmi r 1 1 X S 'f m 7!UN Moffitt, Geoff Monroe, Ny Kee Moon, Pete Moore, Susan Morgan, Larry Morgan, Ron Morgan, William 168 Seniors Q-v-49 71? -Q, 'lifvf Mortimer, Karen Munoz, Miriam McCamman, Maureen McCammon, Anne McCartney, Teresa McCIanahan, Dennis McDonough, Mike McFarlane, Pat McLean, Jan McQuaw, Nancy McQuaw, Terry Neeland, Karen Nees, Carole Nelson, Becci Seniors 169 Nelson, Connie Nessling, Diane Nichols, Kitty Nickila, Jerry Nielsen, Brenda Niiranen, Richard Nonne, Suzette i e Nord, Joyce O'Brien, Jolynda O'Brien, Nancy Oetinger, DyAnne Oien, Gary Oliver, Gordon Olney, Jay Seniors RQ Q.. -Q. I-7. GQ.. Quug I n ' ' . 'Q ,444-,r funn . lN'.rQ' fy ' r U- ., -. wf.' i tl 1, ll r l mug fl -s-' .N -ui, Rhodes 1970 Model of the Year-B.J. Harris Peterson, Vicky Petrarca, Dave Petrie, Pat Pimentel, Billie Plass, Marla Pohrman, Terry Pomeroy, Paul Poppino, Jim Porter, Steve Seniors 173 Price, Linda Price, Sue Primmer, Sherrie Pruitt, LaVern Pullen, Don Puukka, Hannu Rail, Louis Ralphs, Kim Fiaze, Bruce Reisbeck, Linda Reiter, Wendy Rhoades, Mary Rice, Nancy Richards, Michele 174 Seniors Richter, Ericka Riehl. Bill Ritchey. Dane Rivera, Jean Roberts, Terry Robinson, Darlene Robinson, llene Robinson, Rick Roley, Ed Rountree, Rick Rowley, Dorothy Roylance, Pam Ruddell, Roy Rundhaug, Karen 1 ' """ """ -X' '71 mf.-g N-X Q r 1311 --V I . ' Qw r :gi 5, - 'r i or or 'Ji til 4? A I QM! ,I -- EYQZ '- . M ' A "Are you Larry or Terry Jones?" asks Toni Malsey. ff""f 1351? r Ryan, Shela Sadmoto, Rei Salois, Karen Saloum, Mary A Santangelo, Teri Sauer, Rick K fr Savory, Cathy Shcechtel, Linda Schlosser, Dave 176 Seniors Schmorl, Kathy Schmitz, Dennis Schneider, Gary Schneider, Phyllis Schodnbeck, Kathy Schramm, Terrie Schulze, George QD . 'Q .4 'ffvni' 'EB' fry! -gl f 'ff ftg.5'P A, X QE? Jn Scofield, Russ Scorcio, Sherie Scott, Jane Seitz, Gail Seymour, Kent Shaffer, Mark Shea, Dan Seniors 177 Shrake, Chris Smith, Elizabeth Smith, Lori Smith, Margaret Smith, Mark Smith, Nita Smith, Pam it .A Smith, Patty Smith, Steve Smothers, Steve Smurthwaite, Don Solari, Frank Soohoo, Alan Spacek, Darrell 178 Seniors A 7 ik' BSI- .. Yi ,V JV - Dave Steeves, Fred Sterhan, Steve Stevens, Dorene -Q.: . i n 'i ,, y I , .' ,P -4 '-an What did you say they put in this JeIIo?" asks Joann Vassar as Vicki Peck, Sue Stinnette, and Vicky Brown begin their lunch. 4 i 'Qin' rv , X 57,7 N-F 'Xxhtrrrfff X Stinnette, Sue St. Marie, Gordon Stofiel, Sandy Stokes, Mike Seniors 179 Joe Majors attempts "Sugar, Sugar" Stone, Bob Sullivan, Becky Tate, Debbie N Tatman, Wylla T 1 . Taylor, Diana Taylor, Dorcas Taylor, Steve 180 Seniors an My 'wggzrli' Taylor, Tom Taylor, Vicki Tesdal, Lynn Tevet, Matilda Thomas, Londa Thompson, Dave Thorpe, Colleen lx 'wont Tolonen, Craig Tsunemitsue, Tyler Turner, Gary Unsworth, Cindy Vandehey, Paul Vassar, Joann Veness, Mariha Vermeer, Don Vigna, Gary Wahl, Don Waldrep, Dave Wall, Larry Walters, Debbie Warner, Katy Warren, Lynetta Watkins, Mary Weaver, Linda Weeks, Karen ! l f "P-QP Weisenbuehler, Ina Welch, Cynthia Westwood, Lucy 182 Seniors f Delmar CuIlison's '66 Ford wins as "car of the month." ,M ,. Whelchel, Marie Whitley, Craig Wialt, Lorrie Willis, Virginia Wilson, Dan Wilson, Joy Wilson, Penny Seniors 183 '70 Christmas Court: Queen Bonita Fredrickson, Princesses, Andrea Jones, Gail Martin, Sandi Johnson, Shelley Fadness, Kellie Frie, Nancy Kurkinen, and Carle Tweten. ,l i Wiseman, Cherre Wolff, Vickki Wolford, Gloria Wood, Leslee Woods, Pam Woodward, Nob Workman, Jackie 184 Seniors X5-mir ffl L: li .- ru Worthington, Barbara Wyatt, Mark York, Judy Young, Steve Zaleski, George Zellner, Carolyn Zimmerman, Janice ADAMS, JEANIE Clackamas High School, Milwaukie, Oregon3 ALSMAN, CHRIS Woodstock-Football 13 Wrestling 13 College. ANDERSON, JANET Milwaukie High School, Milwaukie, Oregong Honor Roll 43 AGS 1,4: Work. ANDERSON, KEITH Atkinson-Honor Roll 1,2,43 NHS 3,43 AFM Rep. 23 SC43 Career Conf. 2,43 Baseball 1,23 College. ANDERSON, WENDY Peninsula Grade School-College. ANDREOTTI, JOHN Woodstock-SC Rep. 1,23 Honor Roll 1,2,33 NHS 3,43 AFM Rep. 1,2,33 Career Conf. 2,43 Catalyst 2,33 Forum 2,3,43 Golf 2,33 College. ANDREW, JUDY Creston-AGS 1,43 Coll- ege. ANDREW, LYN Atkinson-Honor Roll 43 AGS 13 SCRep. 13 College, Work. AUSTEN, THOMAS Richmond-AFM 43 Career Conf. 43 Ltmn 3,43 Football 1,2,3,43 Wrestling 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,43 College. BAKER, MICHAEL Woodstock-Honor Roll 1,43 NHS 3,4: AFM 1,2Q Career Conf. 43 POST 33 College. BALL, JOHN Mt. Tabor-Honor Roll 1,2,3,4Q NHS 3,43 AFM 43 Friars Sgt at Arms3 Sigma 43 Track 1,2,3,43 Cross Country 2, 3,43 Wrestling 23 Band 1,2,3,43 Pep Band, 1,2,3,43 Orchestra 1,23 College. BARNARD, TERILEE Work. BARRY, CAROL Cleveland High School- College. BENNETT, JAN Richmond-Honor Roll 1,43 NHS 3,43 AGS 13 Career Conf. 2,43 Tennis 2,3,4: College. BERGSTROM, WYNNE Woodstock-AGS 1, Lambda Gamma Chaplain3 Hiking Club3 College. BLAIR, DOUG Kellogg-Honor Roll SC 2,3, 43 NHS 2,3,43 AFM 1,23 SC 1,4, Pres. Pro- tem: Ltmn3 Football Basketball 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,2,3,4Q College. BOLEN, LYNETTA F. North Central, Spo- kane, Washington-"A" Choir 3,42 Girls' Choir 23 Stage Crew 33 College, Work. BOWEN, DALE Cerston-Band 1,2,3,43 Or- chestra 1,2,3,4Q Armed Services. BOWMAN, SHAROLYN Atkinson-Girls' Choir 2,31 Work. BRAUCKMILLER, PAMELA Woodstock- SCRep. 3,4: "A" Choir 3,4j Girls' Choir 23 Madrigal 43 Plays 33 Work. BRENTON, LESLIE ANN Atkinson-Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,43 Girls' Choir 33 Col- lege. BACELIS BRITO, MAURICIO J. lnsituto Politenico Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico- AFM 43 Forum 43 College. BROOKS. JULIE Kellogg-SC Year Rep. 13 Homecoming Queen 43 College. BROOMFIELD, DONNA Woodstock-AGS 2,33 SCRep. 2,33 ALMANAC 43 Forum 3,4: Work, Travel. BURCHELL, JEFF AFM 13 Wrestling 1,2,33 Baseball 13 Cross Country 13 College. BURGETT, PATTY Arleta-Honor Roll 43 AGS V.-Pres., Sgt at Arms 23 AGS 33 Post 3,4: Sr. Prom. Sec.3 "A" Choir 43 Girls' Choir 23 College. CALKINS, PEGGY Kellogg-Honor Roll 1, 2,32 NHS 3,43 AGS 1,33 ALMANAC 3,43 College. CALLEBS, GARY L. Sylmar High School Sylmar, Calif.3 Work. CAPPS, JOE Football 1. CLARK, TINA Atkinson-Honor Roll 2,3,43: NHS 3,43 Senior Class Pres. SCRep. 2,32 Career Conf. 2,43 Forum 2,3,4Q FTA Treas.3 College. CLOW, BRUCE Creston-Honor Roll 13 NHS 43 SCRep. Post 43 Track 1,23 Wres- tling 2,3,43 Golf 43 College. COOPER, PATTI Milwaukie Junior High- Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,43 SCRep. 13 Twirp Court 13 Pleides Girls' Choir3 Into- nations 1,2,3,43 Work. CONNER, JULIE Woodstock-Honor Roll 3,43 Senior Class Sgt at Arms3 AGS 1. SCRep. 23 Forum 3,43 Work. COTE, DIANE Lane-Band 1,33 College. CREWSE, KAY Arleta-Honor Roll 2,43 NHS 43 SCRep. 43 Bowling Club 2,33 Forum 43 "A" Choir 3,43 Girls' Choir 23 Intonations3 Plays3 College. CROSBY, JANICE Bridger-Honor Roll 13 NHS 43 Career Conf. 43 College. CUMMINGS, SHERRIE Sunset-College. CURTIS, KATHLEEN Berkeley High School, Berkeley, CaIif.3 AGS 3,43 College DANIELS, GARY Woodstock-Honor Roll 1,2,3,4Q NHS 3,4: AFM 1,23 SCRep. 1,2,3,43 Career Conf. 2,43 ALMANAC 3,43 Editorg Forum 1,2,343 Cross Country 13 College. DAVIS, DAVID Richmond-Honor Roll 43 Career Conf 23 College. DAVIS, MIKE SCRep. 4, Ltmn 1,2,3,43 Swimming 1,2,3,43 Sr. Movie. DeMOOE, DENNIS Richmond-Career Conf. 43 Work. DEMPSTER, DOLORES Atkinson Honor Roll 1,3,43 NHS 3,43 Career Conf. 43 Col- lege. DENSEM, DEBRA LEE Creston-AGS 1,2,33 ALMANAC 43 Ltmn 1,2,3,43 Track 43 Swimming 1,2,3,43 College. DIAZ, LULU Benemerito delas Americas, Mexico, DTe3 AGS 43 College. DITTLER, KATHY Land-Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,43 Work.- DIXON, DONNA Woodstock-Honor Roll 1, 2,3,43 NHS 1,43 AGS 1,23 SCRep. 13 Career Conf. 43 Forum 2,3,43 College. DONNELL, DEBBIE Woodstock-Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,4: Career Conf. 43 Sigma Sec. NHS Historian, Orchestra 1,2, 3,41 College. DRAIS, JANET Atkinson-AGS 13 College, Work. DUMAS, TED J. Benson-ART STAFF3 Col- lege, Work. DUNLOP, DEBBY Creston-Honor Roll 1, 2,3,43 NHS 3 Sec., 4 V-Pres.3 Career Conf.3 Sigma 3 Pres.3 Pleaides Treas.3 College3 Band 1,2,3,43 EATON, TINA Honor Roll 23 SBDT Treas3. Junior Class Treas.3 AGS 23 SC 1,2,3,43 Junior Prom COUFTQ Girls' Choir3 College. EDMUNSOM, BOB Thurston Jr. High School, Springfield, Oregon3 Baseball 23 CoIle.ge. EDWARDS, BOB Richmond-SCRep. 2,33 Career Conf. 43 "A" Choir3 Armed Serv- ices. ELLIS, BEVERLY Atkinson3 Work. ELLIS, PEGGY Creston-AGS 1,33 SCRep. 23 Work. ERICKSON, KRIS Creston-AGS 43 YFC3 College. ERICKSON, MARY Creston-Stage Crew 43 College. FADNESS, SHELLEY Atkinson-Honor Roll 1,23 NHS 3,43 Soph. Class Sgt at Arms3 AGS 1,2,43 SCRep. 33 Jr. Prom Patrons Chairman3 ALMANAC 3,43 SR. Editor3 Christmas Court 43 Forum 3,43 College, Travel. FINLEY, MARY Lane-AGS 43 Career Conf. 43 Lambda Gamma3 College, Work. FOSTERMAN, ELIZABETH Arleta-Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,43 Career Conf. 43 AL- MANAC 43 Lambda Gamma 3,43 Forum 3,4: College. FRANCETICH, PAMELA Creston-Hon Roll 13 NHS 3,43 Sophomore Sgt. at arm Senior Class Sec.3 AGS 23 Forum 3, Ltmn 3,43 Pep 1,2, Sgt. at arms3 Footbal Wrestling Rally 3. FUGLEE, KATHY Kellogg-Honor Roll 1, NHS 3,43 Pub. Ch. 33 SCRep. 13 Caree Conf. 23 Pep Club 13 Forum 2,3,43 Rall 33 JV Rally 23 College. GAY, THOMAS St. Ignatius-Honor Ro 1,2,43 NHS 3,43 SCRep 43 F.M.S. Pres. N.F.L. V.-Pres.3 Sigma3 Cross Country 1,2 Tennis 1,2,3Q Orches., 2,3,4. GAYTON, JAMES Richmond-Honor Rol 1,43 AFM Sen. 43 College. GEORGE, BARBARA Kellogg-AGS 1,4 Career Conf. 2,41 Jr. Prom Dec. Comm.3 ALMANAC 43 College. GETCHELL, ROSS Kellogg-Bowling3 Trac 13 Cross Country 13 Work3 Armed Serv ices. GILBERT, JERRI Kellogg-Honor Roll 1,2 3,43 NHS 3,43 SCRep 43 Career Conf. 1,3 ALMANAC 3,4: Pleiadesg NFL Treas. Tennis 23 Speech Team 43 College. GIORDANO, KEN Benson-Honor Roll 3,4 AFM Rep. 43 Sigma Sgt. at Arms3 Choir 3,4, Pres. 43 Madrigal 43 Arme Services. GIUNTA, JANICE Atkinson-Honor Roll 1 2,3,4Q NHS 3,43 Sr. Pub. Ch3 AGS 1,2,3,4- SCRep 13 Career Conf 2,43 Ltmn. 43 Rall 43 College. GODSEY, DOROTHY GWEN Richmond Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,4: SB Sec. 4 AGS 23 SCRep 1,2,3,4Q Ltmn. 2,3,4: Forum 2,3,43 Pep 13 NFL V-Pres.3 Chess Club V Pres.3 Golf 2,3,43 College. GOODWIN, RHEA Arleta-Honor Roll 43 Forum 2,33 Bowling 2,43 Work. E GRAY, ALICE MARIE Kellogg-College, Work. 1 GREEN, WILLIAM Atkinson-NHS 3,43 Ltmn. 2,3,43 Football 1,43 Track 1,2,3,43 Cross Country 2,33 College. HAMLIN, PATRICIA Creston-Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,41 Career Conf. 43 Bowling Pres.3 Lambda Gamma Sgt. at Arms. Girls Choir 23 College. HANSEN, CURT Kellogg-AFM Rep. 2,3,4Q Basketball 1,23 Career Conf. 23 College. HARMON, STEVE St. Ignatius-Honor Roll 43 Career Conf. 43 ALMANAC 43 FMS V- Pres.3 College. HARRIS, BETTY JEAN Lane-Sr. V-Pres.3 AGS 2,3,43 Twirp Court 33 NFL 3,43 Senior RaIIy3 Plays 2,3,4: College. HAUGEN, DEBBIE Arleta-Honor Roll 3,4: NFL 43 Forum 2,43 Bowling 1,23 College. HAUSCH, SUSAN Creston-Honor Roll 1, 3,43 College. HAWKINS, LEON Arleta-Honor Roll 43 SCRep. 43 JR. Prom Dec.3 Football 13 Baseball 1,23 A Choir 2,3,43 Madrigal 2, 3,43 Plays 2,33 Work. HEATH, BRUCE Richmond-AFM Rep 1,2, 33 SCRep 2,3,4: SR. Movie Comm.3 Jr. Prom Court3 Ltmn. 2,3,43 Campus Life Pres.3 Rally 3,43 Football 1, Basketball 13 Track 3,43 Swimming 2,3,43 College3 Work. HENNINGER, MARTY Atkinson-Honor Roll3 Art Staff3 College. HICKS, TERRY VAN TROYER Lane-Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,43 SB V-Pres.3 SCRep 1,2,3Q Career Conf. Comm. Ch.: Forum 2,3,43 Post 3,4: Jr. Prom Court3 NFL Pres 13 Thespian V-Pres.3 Plays 3,43 Col- lege. Anderson, Keith A, in . 'Q ,. Andreotti, John , -Q -' ' -H - ,iq . Baker, Michael I ,Q A , S , , BalI,John I Q in i I 1 ' E22h'eAttIf?lan I f A E I I - I - Blair, Doug . - ' ' 7 Brenton, Leslie Brooks, Sharon Bunnell, Linda Calkins, Peggy Clark, Tina Clow, Bruce Copper, Patti Crewse, Kay Crosby, Janice Daniels, Gary I Senior Members OF NHS -? ai - .1 ..3i:."e1..g 4 ' ?"gaQ,4', A ., I 4-, . '- 2 I ff ,Lf ' ,, -. , 5, h - 1 1 I 3 'n 1, .sl-Q 5 Z1 A . X ll, . f 3 4 , ,,, H HILL, SCOTT A. Atkinson-AFM Sec. 43 Sigma SGT. at Arms3 Ltmm.3 Track 1, 23 Wrestling 2,33 Cross Country 1,2,33 Band 1,2,3,43 College. HIRANSOMBOON, CHRIS CHIT Pipattana High School, Bangkok, Thailandg College. MIRANSOMBOON, VEE Pipattana High School, Bangkok, Thailand3 Honor Roll 43 NHS 33 College. HIRSCH, JUDY Richmond-Honor Roll 1,2, 3,43 NHS 3,43 AGS 23 -Forum 2,33 Work. HOLDER, NANCY Kellogg-Honor Roll 1,43 NHS 3,43 Career Conf. Ch.3 Pep Club 13 College, Work. HOLLWAY, RICHARD A. Richmond-Honor Roll 1,43 NHS 3,4: Treas. 13 AFM Rep 2,41 Career Conf. 2g Football 1,23 Wrest- ling 1,23 College. HOOKER, RANDY Woodstock-A Choir 2, 3,41 AFM Rep. 43 SCRep 2,43 Basketball 13 Track 13 Cross Country 23 A Choir 2, 3,4: Plays 33 College. HORTON, KRIS Atkinson-AGS 1,2,43 Col- lege. HUNTER, LINDA Lane-Honor Roll 33 NHS 3,43 AGS 43 Forum3 Art Club 33 Tennis 33 College. HYLAND, JANET Kellogg-Honor Roll 1,2, 43 NHS 3,42 Pep 13 Forum 2,33 College. IKEDA, JERRY Woodstock-Honor Roll 1, 43 AFM Rep 43 SCRep 13 Ltmm.3 Track 13 Wrestling 1,2,3,43 Cross Country 1,22 Golf 2,3,43 College. INCLAN, ERNESTO T. Richmond-AFM Rep 1,2, Pres. 43 Sec. 33 Treas. 33 Ltmm. 2,3,43 Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,43 Wrestling 1,2,3,43 College. JACKSON, JIM Atkinson-Football 13 Col- lege. JAMES, SHARI SUE Verdugo Hills High School, Sunland, Calif.3 Honor RoII3 SCRep.3 Plays, Makeup Crewg College. JELINEO, JEFF St. Ignatius-SCRep 23 Col- lege. JOHNSON, ALLEN Woodstock-SCRep 33 FMS Pres.3 Track 1, Cross Country 1,23 College. JOHNSON, TERESA Kellogg-Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,4 AGS 2,33 Career Conf. 43 ALMANAC 3,43 FTA 43 Lambda Gamma 33 College. JOHNSON, TOM St. Stephen-Pres. Pro- tem SC. SCRep 23 Post 13 Football 1,2, 3,43 Track 13 Wrestling 1,33 A Choir 3,43 Plays 2,3,43 Travel. JONES, JUDITH Arleta-Career Conf. Rifle Team 1,2,3,43 College. JONES, LARRY L. Kellogg-Honor Roll 1, 2,3,43 NHS 3,4, SCRep 3,43 Career Conf. 43 Friars Pres.3 Catalyst Pres.3 NHS Treasg Football 1,23 Track 1, Wrestling 13 Col- lege. JONES, TERRY Kellogg-Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4? NHS 3,43 SCRep 1,21 Career Cont. 2,43 Friars Sec. 43 Franklin Elect. Club Pres. 33 Catalyst3 Campus Llfej Football Dempster, Dolores Dittler, Kathy Dixon, Donna Donnell, Debbie Dunlop, Debby Fadness, Shelley Fosterman, Elizabeth Fredrickson, Bonita Fuglee, Kathy Gay, Thomas Gilbert, Jerri Giunta, Janice Godsey, Gwen Green, William Hamlin, Patti Hash, Keith Hicks, Terry Hiransomboom, Vee Hirsch, Judy Holder, Nancy Hollway, Richard Hudson, Dave 1,2,43 Basketball 13 Track 13 Wrestling 23 College. JORDAN, JERI Richmond-NHS3 AGS 33 SCRep 23 FMS Pub. Ch.3 Track 1,2,33 Work. JORDAN, LINDA-Girls' Choir 1,2,3,4. JORDAN, STANLEY R. Richmond-A Choir 2,3,43 Plays 33 College, Work. JUNKER, DEBRA Richmond-Honor Roll 1, 2,3,3 NHS 3,43 Sec. 33 AGS 1,2,3,43 SCRep 1,23 Career Conf. 2,43 Jr. Prom Courtg Pleiades Pres.3 NHS Treas.3 Basketball 33 Track 23 College. KADOLPH, STANLEY L.-Track 1,2,3,43 Cross Country 1,2,3,43 College. KIBE, KEITH G. Kellogg-AFM Rep 43 Ltmm. 2,3,43 Track 13 Wrestling 1,2,3,43 Cross Country 1,2,-3,43 College. KLATT, CONNIE LYNNE Lane-AGS 1,23 Girls' Choir 2,3,43 Work. KNUTSON, MARK Glencoe-Honor Roll 13 SB pres. 43 Pres. 23 AFM Rep 33 SCRep 3,43 ALMANAC 33 Jr. Prom Kingg Forum Pres. 3,43 Ltmm.3 Football 1,2,3,43 Bask- etball 1,23 Track 1,2,3,43 College. - KONETSKY, EILEEN M. Kellogg-Honor Roll 33 AGS 23 Girls' Choir 3,43 College. KWAN, MAVIS W. Creston-AGS 13 Col- lege. LA FRAMBOISE, JENNIE L. Woodstock- Career Conf.3 Art3 Girls' Choir3 Drama3 College. Seniors 187 LA HUE, PATRICIA Richmond-A Choir 3, 43 Girls' Choir 23 Work. LAMB, STEPHANIE-Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,4: AGS 3,43 Career Conf. 2,43 Pleiades. LAWWILL, MARK Creston-Honor Roll 1, 2,3,43 NHS 3,43 AFM Rep 1, SCRep 23 Career Conf. 2,41 Forum 2,3,43 Football 13 Wrestling 13 Baseball 1,2: College. LEIRMO, LELA Creston-Career Conf. 2,41 Campus Life Pub. Ch.3 A Choir 3,43 Girls' Choir 23 Work. LEWIS, CLIFF Creston-AFM Rep 3,4: SC Rep 23 Sigma3 Football 2,43 Basketball 1,2,33 Baseball 1,2,3,4Q Band3 Armed Services. LINDLEY, KAREN ANDRENE-Atkinson- Honor Roll 43 Art3 Campus Life3 Football 13 Basketball 13 Track 13 Tennis 13 Col- lege. LINS, DEBRA Marshall, Pomona, Calif. College. LOMAX, JACQUIE Creston-ACS 43 Pep 13 College. LOPRINZI, JANET E. St. Ignatius-Honor Roll 33 .Sgt. at Arms 23 AGS 1,43 Pep 13 College. LUND, ANITA McLoughlin Jr. High-Girls' Choir 13 College, Work. MACKENZIE, MARIANNA Lewis-Work, College. MAINE, SUSAN Creston-Work. MALSEY, TONI Woodstock-Honor Roll 13 Sgt. at Arms 43 SCRep 23 Campus Life Assoc. Sec.3 Girls' Choir.23 Ensembles 1,2,3,43 Drama 2,33 Stage Crew 2,3: Work. MALONEY, TED St. Francis High, Eugene, Ore.-Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,4: AFM Rep 43 Career Conf. 2,41 Ltmm.3 Catalyst Pub. Ch.3 Track 43 Cross Country 43 Golf 2,33 College. MARLOTT, VIRGINIA Madison-AGS 23 SCRep 13 Girls' Choir 13 Work. MARLER, VICKI Atkinson-Honor Roll 43 Career Conf. 23 A Choir 3,43 Girls' Choir 23 College, Work. MATTHEWS, STEVE Lane-Honor Roll 43 Electronics Club3 Catalyst3 Baseball 13 Swimming 13 College. MCCAMMON, ANNE Richmond-Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,43 SCRep 33 Career Conf. 43 College. McCAMMAN, MAUREEN Atkinson-FTA Sec. 3,43 College. MCDONALD, MICHAEL Wodstock-AFM 1, 43 Career Conf. 2,43 Hiking Club3 Cross Country 13 Golf 2,3,43 Work, College: MCDONOUGH, MICHAEL J. Woodstock- AFM 3, Football JV3 Baseball 2,32 College. McQUAW, NANCY CAROL-Honor Roll 33 Forum 2,3: Girls' Choir 3,43 College. MEALEY, DEBBIE Creston-Honor Roll 1, 2,3,43 NHS Hist. 3,43 SB Pres. 43 Pres. 33 SCRep 1,2,3,43 JR. Prom Queen3 Senior RaIly3 A Choir 3,4: lntonations3 College, Work. MEEKS, CHARLENE Kellogg-Honor Roll 3,43 NHS 43 Forum 43 Band 13 College. MELLEN, LINDA L. Kellogg-AGS 1,43 SCRep 2,33 Pep 13 College. METZ, FRANCES Kellogg-Honor Roll 3,43 AGS 2,33 Forum 1,2,3,43 College. MILLER, CATHY Arleta-Honor Roll 13 Sigma Sec. 3,43 FTA V-Pres. 43 A Choir 3,43 Girls' Choir 23 College. MILLER, DEBI Arleta-Work. MILLER, JACQUELINE Arleta-AGS 13 SCRep 1,2,3,43 Pep 13 College. MILLER, JANET Woodstock-Honor Roll 13 Sgt. at Arms 43 AGS 1,23 Basketball 23 Track 13 Tennis 1,23 College. MILLER, SUE Creston-NHS 3,43 AGS 2,3 Pres. 43 Sec. 43 SCRep 13 Senior Rally3 A- Choir 33 Girls' Choir 23 Intonations 1,2, 3,4: Pep 13 College. MONROE, NY-KEE Atkinson-AGS 13 SCRep 1,23 College. MOON, PETE Creston-LTmm. 2,3,43 Bowl- ing 3,4: Football 2,3,43 Basketball 43 Base- ball 1,2,3,43 College. MOORE, SUSAN Glencoe-Honor Roll 33 College. MORGAN, LARRY Clackaman-Honor Roll 23 Cross Country 13 College. MORGAN, RON Kellogg-Honor Roll 1,2, 3,43 NHS 3,43 AFM 1,43 SCRep 23 Career Conf. 23 Ltmm. Friars SGC.: Forum3 Bask- etball 13 Golf 2,3,43 College. MORGAN, WILLIAM A. Kellogg-Honor Roll 13 NHS 3,43 SB Treas.3 AFM 13 SCRep 2,33 Career Conf.3 Ltmm. Foot. 13 Wrestling 1,23 Base. 1,2,3,43 College. MORTIMER, KAREN JEAN Lewiston Sr. High3 Work. NEELAND, KAREN Richmond-AGS 33 SCRep 2,31 Work. NEES, CAROLE Kellogg-Honor Roll 1,2, 3,43 NHS 2,3,4: AGS 23 SCRep 23 Rally 13 College. NEES, DON Lake Oswego High School3 College. NESSLING, DIANA Kellogg-College. NIIRANEN, RICHARD-Honor Roll 23 NHS 3,43 Career Conf. 2,43 Foot. 13 Wrestling 1,23 College. NONNE, SUZETTE Creston-Honor Roll 1,2,43 NHS 3,43 AGS 13 Girls' Choir3 Col- lege. NORD, JOYCE Woodstock-Honor Roll 33 SCRep 3,4: Career Conf. 43 Post3 College. O'BRIEN, JOLYNDA Woodstock-AGS 2,33 SCRep 1,2,33 Thespian Pres. 3,43 Plays 1, 2,3,43 College. OETINGER, DYANNE Woodstock-Honor Roll 43 AGS Hist. 43 AGS 3,43 ALMANAC 43 Forum3 JR. 8t SR. Prom Dec.3 Pep 13 Senior Movieg College. OLIVER, GORDON St. Anthony's-Post 3,43 Bowling 33 Track 13 College. OLSON, JAN SCOTT McMinnville Jr. High: Honor Roll 1,43 AFM Rep 2,3,43 SCRep. 1,2,33 Post 63 Foot. 1,2,33 Basket. 1,23 College. ORME, RON Lane-Honor Roll 1,2,3,4Q NHS 3,43 SCRep 1,2,43 NHS Pres.3 Cata- lyst Pub. Ch.3 FMS 23 Ltmm. 1,2,3,43 Cross Country 43 Tennis 1,2,3,4Q College. OSBURN, T. MARK Track 13 Cross Coun- try 13 Golf 1,2,3,43 Work, Armed Services. OSTER, SANDY Woodstock-Hiking Club3 College, Work. OWEN, LINDA Atkinson-Honor Roll 1,3,43 NHS 3,43 AGS Pres. 43 Sgt. at Arms 33 AGS 33 Pleiades3 College. PALMER, KENNETH D. Creston-Honor Roll 3,43 Career Conf. 23 Track 13 Cross Country 13 A Choir3 Madrigal 43 Plays 33 College. PARKER, CLEVE Woodstock-Honor Roll 43 AFM V-Pres. 43 Sgt. at Arms 43 AFM Rep 43 LTmm. 2,3,43 Cat-alyst 2,33 Thes- pians 43 Campus Life 3,4: Foot. 1,33 Track 23 Wrestling 1,2,3,43 Plays 3,43 College. PATTERSON, JUDY Kellogg-Sgt. at Arms 43 AGS Rep 2,43 Lambda Gamma 2,3,4 Pres.3 NFL 3,43 FTA 43 College. PAVLICH, PAUL Woodstock-Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,43 AFM 13 SCRep 23 Post3 Ltmm. Pres.3 Friars V-Pres.3 Foot. 1,2,3,43 Basket. 1,2,3,43 Base. 13 College. PEARSON, JANIS Sunnyside-Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,4: AGS 43 Sigma 3,4 V- Pres.3 NFL Pres.3 Forum 2,3,4: A Choi 3,4: College. PETERS, JANICE Woodstock-Honor Rol 43 AGS 23 Band 13 College. PETERSON, STEVE Woodstock-Hono Roll 1,43 AFM Rep 23 Jr. Prom Court Ltmm.3 Foot. 1,2,3,43 Basket. 1,2,3,4 Base. 1,2,33 College. PETRARCA, DAVID Atkinson-AFM Re 1,2,33 Foot. 13 Track 1,23 College. POHRMAN, TERRY G. Whitman-Caree Conf. 2,33 Cqllege. POPPINO, JAMES Arleta-SCRep 1,33 AF Rep 1,23 Basket. 13 Golf 2,3,43 A Choi 2,3,43 Plays 33 College. PRICE, SUSAN, St. Ignatius-Honor Roll 4 Sgt. at Arms 43 AGS 43 SCRep 33 Lambd Gamma Treas.3 Forum 43 College. PULLEN, DON Benson-Honor Roll 43 Cross Country3 College. RHOADES, MARY Hosford-Work. RICE, NANCY Martin Jr. High School, Las Vegas, Nev.3 Honor Roll 3,43 Sgt. at Arms3 Thesplans V-Pres.3 College. RICHARDS, MICHELE St. Ignatius-Hono Roll 3,43 AGS 1,43 Forum 43 College. RITCHEY, DANE Cleveland-College. ROWLEY, DORTHY Arleta-Honor Roll 3,4: NHS 33 AGS 2,33 Post3 Sigma Pres 13 Tarck 23 Band 2,3,43 Orchestra 33 College. ROYLANCE, PAMELA Kellogg-Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,4 SBC.: SB Sec.3 AGS 23 SCRep 1,2,3,43 NFL Pres.3 Pleiades V- Pres.3 Thespians Treas.3 Golf 43 Band 1,2, 3,4: Drama 2,3,43 College. RYAN, SHELA St. Stephen's AGS RBD: SCRep3 Pep Club3 College, Work. SADAMOTO, REI Kellogg-Honor Roll 1,43 Forum 2,33 AGS 23 College. SANDIDGE, PATTY Glencoe-Honor Roll 43 SCRep3 Work. SANTANGELO, TERRI JO St. Ignatius- AGS 23 SCRep 13 Work. SAUER, RICK Woodstock-Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4, NHS 3,43 AFM Pres. 43 Post 3,4: Editor3 AFM V-Pres. 8. Sec. Catalysts 2,33 Sigma 23 Ltmm. 2,3,4: Friars Treas.3 Tennis 1,2,3,43 Band 1,23 College. SAVORY, CATHY Atkinson-AGS 23 SC- RED: College. SCHECHTEL, LINDA St. Ignatius-Honor Roll 1,3,43 NHS 3,4: AGS Rep 2,43 SCRep 13 College. SCHNEIDER, PHYLLIS Our Lady of Sor- rows-SCRep 13 Career Conf. 43 College. SCHOENBECK, KATHY Arleta-Honor Roll 23 AGS Rep 23 Career Conf. 43 College. SCHLOSSER, DAVE Woodstock-Honor Roll 1,2,3,4: NHS 3,43 SCRep 43 ALMA- NAC 3,43 Forum 2,3,43 NHS Pres. 43 Friars Pres. 43 College. SCHRAMM, TERRIE AGS Rep 23 SCRep 13 BowIing3 Hiking Club3 Track 13 Work, College. SCHULZE, GEORGE Richmond-College. SCORCIO, SHERIE Woodstock-AGS Rep 3,43 SCRep 13 Career Conf. 43 Work. SCOTT, JAYNE Atkinsonu-AGS Rep3 A Choir 43 Girls' Choir 1,2,33 Work, College. SEITZ, GAIL ELLEN Crook County High School Prineville, Ore.3 Forum 43 SCRep 43 Lambda Gamma: College, Work. SHEA, DAN Kellogg-Orches. College. SMITH, LORI Lane-AGS 1,23 Homecoming Princess 23 Girls' Choir 1,23 Work. SMITH, NITA Woodmere, AGS Rep. 4. SMITH, PATRICIA Lent-Honor Roll 3,43 NHS 3,43 AGS Hist.3 Treas. 43 AGS Rep. 3,43 Jr. Prom Courtg Pep 13 Ltmm. 3,43 Rally JV, Varsity 3,4: College. MITH, SUE Richmond-AGS 13 Work. MURTHWAITE, DON-Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 HS 3,43 SCRep 33 Post Editor 3, Friars haplain3 Ltmm.3 Basket. 13 Track 1,2,3,43 ross Country 1,2,3,43 College. TALKER, DAVE St. Stephens-SCRep 43 LMANAC 33 College. TEEVES, FRED Woodstock-AFM Rep 1, 3 Career Conf.3 Bowling3 College. TERHAN, STEVE-A Choir3 Work. TINNETTE, SUSAN Creston-Honor Roll 3 AGS 2,33 Senior Movieg College. TEVENS, DORENE Lane-Honor Roll 43 ki Clubg Forum3 College. TOFIEL, SANDY-Work. ULLIVAN, BECKIE LEE-Thespian 2,3,43 rama 2,3,43 Work. ATMAN, WYLA J. Woodstock-Lambda amma 3,43 Forum 3,43 College. AYLOR, THOMAS Creston-AFM Rep 2,43 CRep 2,43 Career Conf. 2,43 Ltmm. 3,43 oot. 1,43 Track 1,2,33 Wrestling 1,2,33 ollege. AYLOR, VICKI Atkinson-Honor Roll 1,2, ,43 NHS 3,43 Sigma Chaplain3 A Choir 4' adrigal 43 College. ESDAL, LYNN Arleta-Honor Roll 1,33 HS 3,43 Pub. Ch 43 AGS 13 SCRep 2,43 igma Chap. 3,43 Bowling 23 Ltmm. 3,43 arsity Rally Pres. 3,42 A Choir 3,43 rama 33 College. HOMAS, LONDA Atkinson-Honor Roll 1, ,3,43 NHS 3,43 Forum3 College. HOMPSON, DAVE Madison-Track 13 restling 13 Work. v p. 1. v , 1- ' . 1- .F ' , ,A ' THORPE, COLEEN Lane-Honor Roll 3,43 NHS 43 AGS 1,2,3,43 ART Staff 43 Forum3 College. TSUNEMITSU, TYLER-NHS 33 Pres. 1,43 SCRGDQ AFM Rep3 Jr. Prom Court3 Ltmrn.: Base. 1,2,33 College. TURNER, GARY St. Stephen's-Sgt. at Arms 23 Ltmm.3 Foot. 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2, 3,43 Wrestling 13 College. VASSAR, JOANN Creston-Honor Roll 1,2, 3,43 Pub. Ch. 43 Sec. 13 SB Pub. CH. 43 AGS 23 Homecoming Princess 13 Art Staff3 College. VERMEER, DON Lane-Sgt. at Arms 43 AFM 1,2,3,43 SCRep 1,21 Ltmm.3 Foot. 43 Basket. 1,2,3,43 Base. 1,2,3,43 College. VIGNA, GARY Kellogg-Honor Roll 1,2,43 NHS 3,43 Forum 2,3,43 Wrest. 13 Golf 2,3, 43 College. WALDREP, DAVID Marshall-Swimming 13 A Choir 3,43 College. WALL, LARRY Lane-Post 23 Foot. 13 Basket 1,23 Track 13 Work. WARNER, KATHRYN Richmond-Honor Roll 13 AGS 2,43 SCRep 33 Sigma V-Pres.3 A Choir 43 Band 33 Orch. 1,2,43 Ensem- bles 1,2,3,43 College. WATKINS, MARY Lane-Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 NHS 3,43 AGS 2,33 SCRep 33 Sigma 43 A. Choir 43 Madrigal 43 College. WEAVER, LINDA Atkinson-Work. WEEKS, Karen, Atkinson-Sec. 33 SCRep 43 College. WEISSENBUEHLER, INA Lane-AGS 1,23 Sigma Pres. Band 1,2,3,43 College. , 1 WELCH, CYNTHIA Woodstock-AGS 1,32 SCRep 23 College. WHELCHEL, MARIE Kellogg-Honor Roll 1,2,43 Career Conf. 43 Forum 2,3,43 AL- MANAC 43 A Choir 43 Girls' Choir 2,3. WHITLEY, CRAIG-AFM 1,23 Wrest. 1: Swimming 1,2,33 College. WIATT, LORRIE Richmond-AGS Rep: SCHED: Work. WILSON, DAN-SCRep3 A Choir3 Drama3 College. WILSON, JOY ANN Arleta-Sgt. at Arms 43 AGS 33 Bowling 23 A Choir 43 Madrigal 43 Work. WOLFORD, GLORIA Arleta-AGS 1,2,33 Drama 1,2,33 Work. WOOD, LESLEE Creston-AGS 43 College. WORKMAN, JACKIE Richmond-Work. WORTHINGTON, BARBARA-Lakes High School-Honor Roll 1,2,3,43 NHS 2,33 Work. WYATT, MARK ALAN Atkinson-AFM Rep 43 Ltmm.3 Forum3 Foot. 1,2,3,43 Track 1, 2,3,4j Wrest. 1,2,3,43 Band 2,32 Orches. 2,3 College. YORK, JUDITH ANN Woodstock-Honor Roll 13 Work. YOUNG, STEVE Arleta-Foot. 13 Wrest. 13 Drama 3,43 Stage Crew 3,4. ZALESKI, GEORGE Richmond-AFM 13 Foot. 13 Work. ZELLNER, CAROLYN Kellogg-Honor Roll 3,43 AGS Hist. 43 Art Staff 3,43 Forum 2,3,43 Forum 2,3,43 Band 13 Drama 33 College. ZIMMERMAN, JANICE St. Ignatius-Honor Roll 13 College. Hunter, Linda Hyland, Janet , Johnson, Teresa ' Jones, Terry , Junker, Debbie I I Kuch, Charmaine 1 - I I. 1 7 I 5 Jones, Larry A 1 I!! ' 1 If fb, - P H 1' 9 3' ' get 3+ 'if '11 4 X' I . 3 I ,f it - . .4 .- A ,, .tg 4. W. 3' 1 ' A ' 1.2 'I I rr 3. Lamb, Stephanie . Lawwill, Mark 3 Magel, Glenda 1 McCammon, Anne Mealey, Debbie Meeks, Charlene 1 E I' S I A T: - 3 I 1 Q A r Maloney, Edward 114 ji I 0 x F' E 1, I Senior Members Oi' NHS i . . ev W . ' . I ,. I wr, ' 3" ,'f ., .773 3 1 - v. .r I I I. . gs. . - .a - V .if 3 5- . . A 1 .. I " Miller, Susan Morgan, Ron Morgan, William Nees, Carole Niiranen, Richard Nonne, Suzzette f Orme, Ron . Owen, Linda - Pavlich, Paul Pearson, Janis Ralphs, Kim . . Roley, Edwin 3. D l Y I ' I Rowley, Dorthy Roylance, Pam 5 Rundhaugh, Karen tb 1, . j - vu!! ji' gy , - it 1 at I " 3 A B I y Xi 'l I 3 f 1' ,- - .. - .I- I U.. . fr .- ,f . - wir I -4. Q.. . 1 1 1 1 el 2 if ' I fl I 3 mi I I 5 . 53, ,. 4 I I 4 . 1 I il' f 0 I4 :. L- 1 - , 1 . fr .. .3 -ix, v I - ,- V 5 ,ll ' .f I I , ' ' s v- 3 . gs' - , r' XJ All Q. . t I 9554753 Midi .ff 1'll 'I I ,fi ll .L f A , 1. ,I H.. .ui A MA l 5 Sadamoto, Rei ' Sauer, Rick ' Schechtel, Linda Schlosser, Dave Smith, Patricia Smurthwaite, Don Stoutenburg, Betsy 1 -jf A" 'r ll 'N FY . .. Q Taylor, Vicki Tesdal, Lynn Thomas, Londa Thorpe, Colleen Todd, Christine Vassar, Joann Vig-na, Gary Watkins, Mary Whelchel, Marie 1 . Seniors 189 . -I H "! 'f m f 3 ,- i W F ll 'Y 4 w v J J r l 4 1 II Cabinet erests Class ork of the cabinet has been ted mainly to the conven- I, making money, and plans end that money. Car washes, , a dance, and a noon band ert proved successful means come. Plans began last sum- with the selection of Christy as the chairman of the Jun- ,. Mig. JN. 41 ior Prom. with the theme "By the Old Millstreamf' The term closed with 24 candidates running for class offices. This is the measure of class success. Whether the of- ficers sparked dissent or enthu- siasm, they interested more jun- iors in the activities of student government. Nancy Kurkinen Junior Class President lFalll - ' ' s lFrontJ: Sherri Glenn, Brian Kelley, Jan Blackman, Gayle Wright. lBackl Darwin Rasmussen Rich Goodall ,ll .I AY' '94- I 0 . .b " . 'F-.4 , 4, .,-gw kv I P'!"'e'w, f i..,, F QL + I aff MYR el' , 5 , 1 'i'l.f51 U I5 V' V 'i 'g- ' -I ' -:NX - v- xr 1 X V 5- X.: - Y X7-1, ,w H -I4 Q ff. W, I qi X, ,,'1 ,- 73 'WH .. , A-i'Q'1c:"-. - iqf " - i - ffm if wr, 1 2 3' f-iff'-' wWf'9.' fb."'-'NWT in iv L , I lg, wb v,.f,,1w.'.A d., ,v .VS -Avy? 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Other money-raising projects were: car washes, bake sales, and a dance. The cabinet's main goal was to get all juniors involved in the class and school activities, and unite them as the best, most spirited class ever at Franklin High- "The class of '71." Doug Ploylance Junior Class President lSpringJ I I sei geants-at-Arms: Sandi Wickham, Bob Lynn, Karen Lee, Alan Sweet, Marily Canton Nancy Kurkin Bob Zielsdorf hypnotizes audience with song. Juniors Abraham, Eileen Alfsen, Wendy Allbaugh, Dale Allen, Steven Allen, Thomas Amato, Jerry Anderson, Carol Anderson, Mary Anderson, Miles Anderson, Ronald Anderson, Rubin Anderson, Steven Andre, Kathy Ankeney, Danny Archer, Steven Armstrong, Aleci. Austin, Carol Bacon, Adelbert Bacon, Vernon Bailey, Joel Bailey, Virginia Baislnger, Karen Baldino, Kathryn Baldwin, Donna Ball, Christopher Ball, David Ball, Patty Bankston, Beverly Barnard, Steven Barnes Elissa M l A I A , S-f ,l I by 'L ll l r , In E- W f fx . ll J f L P- ll, , , A 1, l , . I .I , h ,, .- Us 4 is sn x, ' p v- x 4 4- 1 -1 1 U 'xr 7 ,v ,. , - Y NV 7 ITI E I we Q, "3 l r S i , t fl f 'f f Ja ip L .S Iwi' ' l I y Q E 3 I I' II lj if Vi! A J X I, 4' , 4. .2-j"-gsgf-'T-'5i."w f' F ' u Q, A-' l-"'f.v LL E' . l , ' Barnhart, Karen ,lu 1-2 Barnhart, Marilyn 5-4 F'- S. K J? '4 is l L1 1. .ah- . l l JF .r fs- 1 3 , -H . vf -.PN 7? 1. 1 Hn lr Y 'ff' 411: If ..,,l,Qg' , E! iv' A K3 Barrett, Tommie Bassett, Frank Bauer, Peter Baugher, Rick Baxter, Preston Beard, Heather Beck, Catherine Beggs, Allen Bell, Richard Belott, Barbara Bennett, Ann Benson, Margaret Berry, Urpha Beswick, Robert Bishop, Dan Blackman, Janice Blumenschein, Kathy Bodeman, Dennis Bolera, Sharlene Bolton, Dianna Bondy, Donald Boroff, Elmer Brannan, Bonnie Brauckmiller, Georget Brechtbill, Ken Brinda, Cherri Brock, Terry Brockway, Lance Brown, Donna Brown, Katherine Brown, Rick Bruning, Melissa Bullis, Mike Burlingham, Debra Burkenbine, Jay Burrow, Linda Byers, Lynn' Caldwell, Debra Callaghan, Colleen Camacho, Dolores Campbell, Louis Canfeild, Diane Caravity, Torel Carney, Ina Carpenter, Paul Carr, Cheryl Carroll, Ginger Cartee, Nancy 'l A , Q f' X ,X 2' 'Q Q x 1 fs," .fi ' l -4' -i.f V .wi - f-.QV if iw A 0--. 15. 4-f l.,, ,I vs l L f ' 1- T f' 1 . i 'T 11'-fi Q . ' ' r, xi Juniors 195 I-. ' if 1.. ' ' 1 l 9 " 4 1 . I ll , Tr ' V Y 'J LWY if Y 'T' i -i 1 J +1 Q Q 6: 4 A ' l 4 I :E if J A ' fi--, fr EX r ,- . ,3-.. :,. - - ve , .Q -r X5 4' . r ,..' ' ll 1 ' 'll I N. 196 Juniors O ' it 'b lf Wi S' I I ff A l us r l . J 1 Li ,,, ' 1 . ' J i f l A -5 ' .-+:.' l 1 Cassaday, Marla Caton, Marily Cavanaugh, Kay Cavin, Patti Chapel, Ed Choi, Alice Clark, Charlene Clow, Laird Clunas, Lola Coates, George Coates, Gloria Cobb, James Cochran, June Cole, Edward Cole, Glen Cole, Scott Comstock, Terry Davis, Margeret Deal, Kathleen Dean, Diane Demartino, Bonnie Deveiteo, Marcia DeYoung, Christine DeYoung, Esther Dierking, Dwight Diloreto, Gregory Dimoff, David Dirks, Stan Doig, Diane Donnerberg, Mary Douglas, Debra Douglas, Judy Cooper, Douglas Coutufe, Pamela Covelle, Ruth Cowan, Timothy Cox, Steve Craig, Gene Craig, Lyn Craig, Virginia Cross, Brian Drennan, Tim Dryden, Lorna Duddington, Norman Duenas, Roland Duggins, Lola Dunk, Janet Cryderman, Wanda Cubic, Eric Earnest, David Edgar, Beverly Eheler, Barbara X Cunningham, Debra Dahlgren, Jerry Dambrosia, Mary Daquilante, Theresa -'l l A v i X ,Ax v '5 f': it 'A .li V l -s W? If A Nl A' xftq P' I , E xml fl : . VL QL' X WX 1. . ' ig 5 Al- ' gi , 'Q Q W1 . Q Q' V ' W Q ' X i fr 1, 1 . vs Eley, Wanda Eli, Judy Elliott, Jean Ellison, Leatha Elston, James Emra, John Evans, Joan Farley, Deborah Fast, David Fastelin, Nancy Faulhaber, Susan Federspiel, Debra Feightner, Glenn Filbeck, Linda 9 ' - Finch, Robert 4 if if v "1 .5 Finch, Vivian 4-5 'vw ' f - Finnerty, Ronald V -H J Finney, Steven f ' - r .MQ f - if .fda r - , F ' Vg K .fa " Finzel, Ronnie j ' ' -7 Fisher, Ed , -1 J A Fontana, Patti S v -,IAA I EE 1 ff Y v. 4 A ' - I rj, 7- ,N L -. - Gallucci, Paul Q -a H 1, Garrett, Jerry ' . , l Geimer, Tom 0 I- y f .sl If il I Jan Gordon agrees that minds and music mingle in momentary mysticism. Gentry, Pamela Geren, Donald Giandomenico, Warren Giannone, Nick Gilliam, Victor Gilman, Vicki Giordano, Steven Gish, Stan Glenn, Sherri Gniewosz, Barbara GoIemar1,0dis Gonzalez, Aleida Goodall, Rich Gorden, Janis Gossett, Katie Gould, Kim Juniors 197 Graham, Joy Gray, Mike Green, Dick Greenlee, Mike Greenough, William Gross, Anita Guffey, Pat Guinn, Doug Gulliford, Phillip Gunther, Dennis Hall, Dan Hall, Larry Hammond, Beth Hankey, Joe Hannah, Cathy Hannan, Gregory 198 Juniors it ffl ,,,, fi. ,RE I X 7' lf 1 fl llc. ix! r ,J ,J 1 ki - If 'L' l AE ' 4 l 8 1- 4' 4 ,u " I, Henderson, Roberta Hensley, Ron Herd, Tom Herrmann, Paul Hess, Stanley Heuchert, Rudy Hicks, Russ Hildenbrand, Rod Hill, Cheryl Hill, Jeff Hill, Scott Hodson, Cindy Hogeland, Mona Holifer, Mark Holstine, Cindy Holt, Glenda Hopper, Joann Howard, Lorri Hoyer, Valerie Hoyt, Susan Huck, Richard Huffman, Guy lnahara, Alan Ingham, Cathy Ingham, Cliff Ingersoll, Royanna Isbell, Jean lpox, Della t, - lv ,gf ' I 1. L . .MMM av-3 ,. 4 9 1 F :W Lt.-5...l 3 -gi' ' ,N A l K l F". F W Harding, Donna Harding, Marsha Harding, Sandra Harris, Anita Harrison, Richard Hart, Juliann Hauskins, Connie Hawkins, Tracy Hayzlett, Nancy Heinrichs, Terry Helzer, Bruce Henderson, Rebec K1 . l if ' 1 if Grannone slips down an empty hall A I T .. Q V ' x , Es fl ,L ,ll I ll 1, ' V, 'A 5 , ,I A X 9 vi, ll -. EL VU Y, si-4 , V , i L "4 I A' r fd V' f 4 l l l i, 'ig , - . . - " V r ' 3' H - ' ' y , l I' 4 r - v , Ab 1' J . T L ,l V ,Y l A 5491 ' 'i ., gl ' L' ' J lf 2 J ,l ' , , , f. Q .l 1 Jarboe, Cheryl Jensen, Brenda Jensen, Gregory Johnson, Bernt Johnson, Curtis Johnson, Lorette Johnson, Marilyn Johnson, Steven Johnston, April Johnstone, Donald Jones, Clay Jones, Kenneth le . MAH .yi-I . , x, 4,3 Q ' l 9' , ,' Ur ' i lr .,. 'V 1 'K ,K .,7y."x'l ., l 'Q lr g 4: I' , 2 X 0-'gy . 5 N ' , , 44 4 I I 1 H IRQ A rf' fl N. If . 'il ' 1. vblifri A' 7 Q .ig K A I 1 A , Jones, James Joseph, Penny Karle, John Kelsey, Shelly Keller, Gregory Kelley, Brian Kelm, Jerry Keltner, Thelma Keyes, John Kidner, David King, Donella Knutson, Robert Ko, Eva Koch, Gary Koehler, Aaron Kolb, Marcia "J 1'l rf- Juniors 199 as 'ai a- W sr 'G I 1. v- , ir yi, K X I ,lf 4, , , lg, X, L QQLSQ, , f 1 h A. x L f Q 200 Juniors l . Koseniensky, Michael Kraemer, Bob Kraemer, Gene Kraemer, Jean Kuan, Ming Kubli, Walter Kurkinen, Nancy Kwan, Nancy Kwakkel, Filip LaHue, Lois Lajimodiere, Leola Lake, Sandra Lam b, Susan Lam bert, Paul Landau, Jack Lang, Gayle Langdon, Sherry Lankins, Michael Larsson, Anne Larvic k, Nancy Lassiter, Carrie Lassiter, Joe Lavalla, Jackie Leaf, Dennis 5. Nancy McElhaney ventures a teasing smile. LeBrun, Rhonda Lee, Judy Lee, Karen Lee, Sharon Lee, Stella Lentz, June Lenon, Tom Letcher, Laureen Lewis, Bill Libey, Ken Lieb, Cynthia Lindi, Lori Little, Christie Llandza, Lorraine Locke, Jay x iff 'ina f f ,pl l . ,v sift? S52 .gh Y, ,R 1 A ,irggzfs f rfelf - p FW 2 ,- f' V -A V, gy . K f l " fn. l 1. 1- ' 4- Ftoberti sits among students at Super Jam. I I f 4 ,B ' V' A I I I i f v 5. t , , 1 R' 1 u 1 hu ' cg, ,I l 5'- .1 fav tm , I Lockhart, Mike Lohmeyer, Cheryl Londo, Joe Long, Paul Long, Linda Lopez, Barbara Lorenzini, Bama. .. Loughrey, Dave Louie, Elaine Louie, Melvin Lourdes, Garcia Lovlien, Jean Lusk, Lucy Lynn, Bob Lyons, Patty Macfarlane, Linda Mackintosh, Floanne Macklin, Ellen Maddux, Larry Magistrate, Patty Macklin, Sandra Manning, Marcia Martin, Mary Martin, Marci Martinolich, Bev May, Ken Mcbride, Anastasia McCauley, Kathy McCamman, Terry McClure, Donna McDonald, Rick McElhaney, Nancy McEwen, Jeff McFarlane, Kathy McGuire, Dianna Mclntosh, Linda McQuaw, James McQuaw, Pam Melis, Steve L , 1 , L Z1 .P . fir ,,, , 0 -x S I x I f F f ' A V V I J ., fx , i' i i alll . Mfg li, , ,L - ,Q i 4 Q. 'ff p ..., 'X A .Q V, X in gi -A b,-Qt,-V V 4- Y to + r L his R, . 25 , f f , 'ai' ' - .NW was at .f , 1 1 fu ,V , f, ic IKM, 1 - .Xa N I i l i. ,.. 0- .?"' ll - ' A i ,- .' . ,T . 'T Ji: . X 2 i . : t- .' .:i , "1 ' writ , . :viii ff no f--'i t ,eff at 1 '. R. , , Juniors N Paul Hasbrouck displays virtuosity at Super Jam. Meyer, Claude Michigami, Wayne Miller, Diane Miller, Debora Miller, Kelly Miller, Paul Miller, Sharon Miller, Steve Millet, Gilbert Mills, Ken Mitchell Cher I l Y Monteaquodo, Alina Mosbrucker, Debbie Mortimer, Lorelie Mullen, Craig 202 Juniors Q. . mt x ,, 4 t .,v 'M at ' li 9 li 1 l I A I l P g" a+ Q 7 b i ,al ,V Q' ll Mulvaney, Larry Munger, Marilyn Munkers, Gail Munson, Donna Murphy, Shawn Myers, Diane Nelson, Eric Nelson, Eric Nelson, Steven Nendick, Vicky Nepper, Carol Neverdal, Ray Newcomer, Mike Newell, Sharon Newton, Diane Niiranen, George Ninneman, Mike Norby, Nancy Obeid, Mitri Obrien, Rochelle Odbert, Nancy Olson, Nancy Osbeck, Craig Osburn, Randall Owens, Gay Parker, Davis Parrish, Greg Patapoff, Martha Patterson, Diana Patterson, Doug Payne, Alvin Payton, Robin , N V4 1. S' A 'Q . 2'- t , . . I . .1 ,A r' l i. W , rj -. 1 , Q ,1 - if ' ' gt Q ' 1 L, fi A P ' , l w g .:faTfV,'g: .L at .al l,., ., l all , ' ll l - f r " L H 4 I , if'-' ' ,.4-if.-at cf f A -2 'Q Q 3 3 y i ,, r , ,, L- ' -. ' l ' ,fin 4' 5,-2 QV W l '- 5 r I 1 ,fix x " l 1 l V.. 4 '- L'-gf 1! D 1 ,f 1 'W f , I if ll ff X A , I' ' 1 l, . 3 LS! l A l fx, W Q l it ll 12 ,f X . ,uf . v- .g, T, . -u ,L ps ' l rn ' T L J hr- I 1 1. W Q A 4 f Peets, Nora Pendleton, Bill , Pickup, Cathryn E t y Pitzer, Donna 1: , A ' Y, .L ' , ' -A J. ' ' 1 , i A-if ' l Pohrman, Jimmy Potter, Larry ' l Poujade, Jim .,... Nr., Powell, Anne f A, h v X X :Ere- if' rm ' " f 1 . lf ,P 51,1 , 5 , Priestley, Mike T ' A' f "' ' Primmer, Dan Purpura, Teresa Qual, Chris A-. 'T HN We . 1 2 4 I t la A 1 Ragnone, Roger I if 'H Raker, Lori , Rall, Georgejean 1' Rasmussen, Darwin i ff 2 :- 5 fl r If tl -as 4. 'Q I , 1 l , . wx 1' .., " , -,, n , , . 1' 1 l S 1 nl ly .af T , Rathkey, Gary Rauchenstein, Marcia Raymond, Gayle Reese, Joellen Roelle, Dave Roos, Steve Ross, Wendy Roy, Dennis Royce, Jerry Roylance, Doug Rumbaugh, Greg Russell, George Ryan, Mike Ryan, Theresa Sague, lliana Saheki, Yoshiko Salois, Jim Sanders, Teresa Santangelo, Mike All Remme, Roxanne Rittinger, Marilyn Reverman, Chris Rice, Richard Richardson, Robin l Roberti, Marlene A Robinson, Elaine Robinson, Mike Robinson, Patrice Robinson, Paula Robson, John Rodd, Ken Lorna Dryden poses for our candid camera. Juniors Santos, Rick Schibel, Richard Schmidt, Brenda Schmidt, Linda Schneider, Julie Schott, Nola Schreiner, Karen Schuette, Jim Schultz, Linda Sconce, Vince Scopacasa, Debra Scopacasa, Donna Scott, Linda Scott, Rita Sessler, Ingrid Sessler, Linda Shaffer, Mike Sharkey, William Shaw, Robert Shelton, Robin Rick Brown, Debbie Mosbrucker, and Mike Priestley save scratch paper. i 204 Juniors Shields, Jim Shorts, Becky Shrake, Stuart Shumway, Robert Sickler, Marilou Simmons, Frank Sirianni, Mary Skoro, Slavo Slane, Judy Sloan, Leroy Smith, Dave Smith, Joyce Smith, Kathy Smith, Mike Smith, Paul Soderquist, Steve Soohoo, Shirley Sparks, David Sprauer, Judy Springgay, Debra Stady, Pam Stearns, Sherry Steffan, Debbie Steltz, Robert Stevens, Debby Stitch, Ed Stith, Dennis Veness, Nancy Volk, Linda Vorseth, Joy Wahl, Deborah Stokes, Debbie Stromberg, Robin Summers, Barbara Wakeman, John Walker, Fritz Walters, Diana Ward, Dennis Super, Debbie Swain, Susan Sweet, Allan Ward, Jim Ward, Kenny Wanous, Vicky Washam, Marlene Tano, Teresa Tappenbeck, Tom Taylor, Sharrie Weber, Al Weber, Larry Wellington, Joanne Wenrick, Bob Thieman, Linda Tipton, Darla Totzen, Joanne Werner, Sue West, David White, Floberta Whitehead, Cecilia Tracy, Marjorie Trimm, Lori Tweten, Carla Whitley, Candy Whitlock, Susan Wickham, ,Sandra Wikander, Mary Und, Cheryl Unsworth, Danny Unverrich, Cliff Wikander, Merilee Willett, Steven Williams, Colene Willman, Richard Vance, Linda Vancleave, Evonve Vantroyer, Barbara Wilson, Terry Wilson, Tim Windgarden, Donna Wittkop, Larry A 'x 1 , Y D. 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Money-making projects have pushed the funds to over five hundred dollars. Money wasn't the goal of the cabinet. Involvement was. Having open cabinet meet- ings, to which all students were welcome, wasn't easy, but it was successful. People who really wanted to help got the chance. Sandi Johnson Sophomore Class President lFalll ,.v-1,1 .fl-,Z viesv '. 'fsfvr -- U xl 'gi ',nL,4 geants-at-Arms lFrontJ: Nanci Noren, Linda Parker, Gary Morgan. lBackJ: Debbie Walz, Ann Taylor Nancy Sweeny Z 13 'f X .2 L.,,ff.1 ,. 1 ,gf ,I E Ti . N w R 3 .A i Involve lt, Harmong cabinet is put at an diate disadvantage in that have only five months in h to work toward their goals. idering this, the sophomore et began immediately on ific, non-material goals r than on material ones. Their work stressed class communication, involvement, spirit, harmony, and unity. Although earning money is always a necessity, it was felt that affecting the students' attitudes toward others was more important than having a tremendous treasury. Graig Flach Sophomore Class President lSpringJ eants-at-Arms: Carrie Swain, DeDe Holden, Janice Fossati, Patty Ryan, Judy Sanseri Pat Henderson Lowell Gabner 242 Student Council ' 3' 'tv ' 1 " 4 v' ..' ' " 0- v- 4 ,, , l -. , ' lf. i -' 1 Iv as ' , I 3 'l -. A' Z. ' 4 'T f '-43 x it kg ,fri AI V' , I1 , Q f 1 If Abraham, Diane Adams, Sharon Akins, Linda Alexander, Sherry Allen, Debra Alley, Kim urr.- vw, Yvrr -H - -...-- ..i. ..... ., .-.n.. -I ...-.. .--....... 'f ff.. , V--fl ' 12. 4 " Anderson, Craig fi , N tg D Anderson, David 1 ,Q , - f Anderson, Howard L ," I '-4 ' .1 V, , ,T ,Q-7' 41 ,I . V , ' ,qxlf , -K as Q X? Austin, Mike . sy A Ayers, Frances ' ," ' xl , r' Babnick, Catherine fig ' , f l W 11' Baker, Bob B.. . Baldwin, Doug 'fe' ' Ball, Cliff 7. if If ' , ill between classes. Ball, Ray , U Bankston, Gary ' 'I Q Barber, Valerie Q' 1' Q 5 Q . .. H F , Barbour, Frank ' l . U Q 1 Barbour, Joe ' 3 ' W Y' E, 1.. .f Barnard, April , V A X fl! f Barnard, Renee gf .V ,.,, -- ' 5, 1 Barnes, Janice ,,:' ,- gf, fy ' - . l A Barnett, Tom Barton, Flick -gf, Bastedenbeck, Marilyn in if Battilega, Bruce Bauer, Renee , ,- Baugher, Brad T .' Baxter, Dave . Beach, John ff, ll A lift Beal, Randy Beams, Diane Beezley, Debra Beggs, Sheila Bell. Jennine Bell, Susan Belland, Larry Beltz, Flon Sophomores 45 K l -Q x ' 1 ll tg .1 1 F :fp ff fll I uni' ll V- ' Q ., H .-1 1'1" Q " - ,lf ,g 'A is f :'f':f' 1 1 My it s 2 mfr 'Hifi 'CU f A - . -1 , it ,. si .WI 3-- f B A fs I., .N V - ,y dl .A ' 'E 3'-' .fr ll, E7 . 'A I A 3' ' lf vi f l ff IQ, Nl' V ru. J" 11 l 1' 1' l. NL Briggs, Barbara Brinda, Merrily Britzius, Dan Brokaw, Mike Brooks, Brenda Broomfield, Dave Brown, Cindy Brown, John Brunelle, Kathy Brunelle, Kay Buchanan, Jeff Burchell, Anna Cameron, Ray Caniparoli, Don Capps, Ben Carlson, Flod Carnes, Nancy Carroll, Carole Case, Doug Castillo, Orlando Chapman, Suzy Cheney, Sheryl Cherrett, Jacky Choi, Mary Christensen, Cathi Clark, Dale Cloutier, Paul Cochell, Janeie Cochran, Del Cole, Debbie Coleman, Larry Comella-, Lori Conner, Gregory Cook, Beverly Cooper, David Benson, Karen Bergstrom, Ron Bernard, Bill Bernard, Cindi Bethune, Bob Biggs, Marci Blades, Louis Blair, Ervin Blalock, Stewan Blanchard, Marla Bodeman, Doug Boileau, Skeeter Bolder, Sue Bonner, Tom Bonner, Wes Boone, Holly Boothby, Sharon Bork, Jon Bradt, Marcia Brasesco, Jim Braun, Bruce Bray, Becky Bray, Debbie Bridges, Gary - lr,-3 ' a 15 J 7 1 N? '.r' 1 Sophomores 213 Corrigan, Shannon .,, , X QT? 'cu ' l y ll Cote, Steve I Q, 1 Covert, Holly l' Cox, Debra l Q , tl- ..4L ' F A, 'f , ' .QW ISA ll ,J-44'W Cox, Jerry f, 9' "' -- 1 it Cozzetto, Susan 1 j, V ' . .4 1 ' ' nfs. f. X if ff .1311 " ,,r"ll1" ' ls " s' . J fl f f Q 5, . 2 Craig, Pam "' 5 Cravens, Joy in . ' WY ' A . U ' ' 4, -+3 lf Crawford, Paul T 94, Crosby, Roxanne ' ,Q in . ! .VI 7 ,ij it Crossman, Della Crowther, Michael v- Cullison, Wanda Cummings, Jeff Daniels, Sally Darlow, Bradley Davenport, Laurene David, Jeryl Davies, Mary Davis, Frank Davis, Mike Daw, Michael Dawes, Roger Dean, Michael Defir, Janice DeMoor, Donna Deranleau, Cynthia Dewitz, Carol 214 Sophomores 1 F1 gf'-:.'!1'? 55 The cafeteria is not onl used for eatin but also a littl nv l , Y 9, e co ersation as by Janice Fossati and Marcia Bradt, X -if 1 n Pi 6 in V JN I f if " il .5 4 '-1. N 'Z' 4 ' 5 If l .X ax LJ' , 1 l 2 1 A fi ,, M l , '1 'i I ll !1n"ll'C . ll 'in U 3.1 v, if I . Il 'D .f'!n 1', -N f 1 2 fl ff?- ' -IL DeYoung, Lynn Diller, Curt Dimoff, Don Dodd, Steven Doel, Michael Dolan, John Donkin, Hal Donkin, Maralee Donnell, Oren Dow, Deborah Down, Karen Drake, Peggy Dudder, Connie Duddington, Walter Dudek, Deborah Duggan, Gaylene Duncan, Rodney Earl, Bob Earshaw, Darryl Eaton, Virginia Eden, Julie Edgell, Susan Eichhorn, Joseph Ellibee, Lois 'Qian E 1 3, ,il A ri". , ,U , i. 7 A " I ll tr j l 1 .NV V N, Q A ,fl I .-"QR . ,,, ,Q 1 4 wa,- I. S 5 5 H fri, 1 A w I f G gg. 'ff' sv ,f .1 ,A ' - "o" ,Ut A ,, , ff.. 'n .. ,I v. i 'V " x iii 'rj I ,, -r ' t . 1 . ll ri W ll J , ,- e bl? it ' f l av. L 1 U " F 4' Q '5- l if I TL .4 ,I 'AAR E fl Nl ' s r t in ' JE ., 5- , -'X kr ,ff l in ix W, 11 l 'Fir' l l r I .fl ffl 3 1- V J P--Ar - l 1- l R I 1 w Ellis, Donald Elmore, Robbie Elston, Jannie Engstom, Penny Entwisle, David Erickson, Dickilee Estrada, Lydda Farah, David Fazzolari, Susan Ferretti, Ralph Fields, Connie Fischer, Elizabeth Flach, Craig Flaig, Eldon Forsyth, Robert Fossati, Janice Fosterman, Carolyn Fouts, Shirley Fox, Barbara Fox, Russell Frie, Kellie Fry, Betti Fuiino, Marc Gabner, Lowell Gaboury, Bob Gallagher, Daniel Gallentine, Dawn Gallucci, Gary Gallucci, Peter Garrett, Larry Garvin, Pat Geil, Paul Sophomores ,215 Gemma, Linda Gentry, Kathy George, John Getchell, Nancy Gibson, Laurie Gibson, Wayne Gill, Deborah Gillies, Dennis Giusti, Mike Gniewosz, Chris Gonzalez, Efrain Goodale, Bill Goodall, Allan Gordon, Deborah Grace, Debbie Grant, Gary Grant, Shawna Greco, Al Gregg, Bruce Hackett, Mollie Hafner, Johnnie Hall, Michael Hamman, Keith Hampen. Elaine Hampton, Jacquelyn Hampton, Lynda Hampton, Vicki Handsaker, Gary Hannan, Bruce Hansen, Chris Hansen, Keith Hanson, Greg Harding, Janice Harding, Janice Harmon, Mona Harris, Christi Hartzell. Brenda Hauge, Linda Hawkins, Bernice 216 Sophomores ' us 5' S E M Aix yi it . K V af " i.-1 vu f or . r . it Q x XL? -- I I 'qw' . lil 1- ' r A -, '- lk ml I A il ii he A iv Rick Jones punches through 17 pages of forecast information I , W y I 'oy' Y f 'F 1-I X' I zlggl' ll 'gli' LL Qf 5. iid if ki 44 i. ' lfiiif Q ae .-- .rf2" - if ve l ., A I Q1 Y 13. t' Xi!! ik lk Q ll .. 1 X " H' If . 1- I li, I .1 ,c fl ll 1 ww ,f . I' y .V v '65 it 'iz l EM T.. Sv 1 M , , b A l p v-, A v- M? '- l . 12 ' ' i K 1 .yall I 'VI' i- ,T I '- ,' " fil l' ll J Z, I, ft W is fi' i S. Y . pv- 1- l '. 1 J ' 'itll .. V,, tv : 7, lr, i .iv th NN . ,,. I in Howard, Guy Hubbell, Larry Hudson, David Huke, Joni Humbird, June Humman, Cheryl Hunnel, Gary Hunter, George lmmatteo, Bill Idol, Doug Ikeda, Ken lnslee, Gordon lrinaga, Patti lson, Susan ltami, Marilyn Jackson, Kathlee Jacobson, Curtis Jacoby, Jack Jahn, Scot Jelineo, Vincent T1 Hauskins, Peggy Hawkins, David Head, David Heller, Carolyn Heller, Mike Helus, David Henderson, Pat Henninger, Paul Hess, Gary Hill, Edward Hill, Guy Hill, Mark Hill, Melissa Hodoes, Dan Hodson, Terrie Hofstelter, Louann Holden, Delores Holder, Carl Holeton, Deloise Holmes, Pat Holstrom. Carol Hooker, Beverly Hopkins, David Howard, David ,f X C if I ' l ' , .f-, .ff ff, -l, i J J T . 4 l ... , ensen, errne. , ,ji f Johnson, Debbie W A V, fl Johnson, Don N. 'A f ,N Johnson, Leslie Johnson, Linda Johnson, Phillip Johnson, Susan V l amy Johnson, Sandra , Jolley, Gayle 4 5,4 it Jones, John Jones, Flick Kangiser, Dorothy Kasch, Denise Kasner, Karen 5- ' ' 0 av 'iv J iw. 5" Kay, Trudy 1 H 41' L'5.1 'A 5 ' v A fill "W . ,ll Q to . 11. ,L Sophomores 217 Sophomore social studies class considers the problems facing our changing world. Kelly, Richard Kemrer, Laura Kefnt, Mark Kidd, Robert Klatt, Michael Klein, Candy Klein, Cindy Kletzel, Lynn Kloosterman, Hans Knox, Joseph Krueger, Dianne Krueger, Janice Lahn, Patty Lake, Rick Larson, Debra 218 Sophomores al ,T ff ,Q-. ,' lr I J'-'fd r .7 ,P ia 'Sn il. Q . "' , P - r l Fi I k X ,ffl if N.-if 5"ilili. 1?f?m' ' 5:2 ll' i t A 1 i 7 If i 1 Z A 7 K' Larson, Mick Leben, Karen Lee, Bill Lee, Reynold Lee, Winnie Leonetti, Steven Lester, Tom Lewis, Darrell Lindi, Marlane Linton, Diana Londres, Corpos Long, Marion Loprinzi, Rhonda ff Lorentzem, Steve Loucks, Ronald dr N. uk - s 5 ir yy I .i Louden, Linda Louie, Pamela Love, Linda Lukich, Donald Lundquist, Linda Luthy, Chuck Madson, Judy Maine, Bill Malsey, Tam Manin, Greg Mankins, Karen Maples, Ron Marconi, Flon Mark, Connie Martin, Vonda U 1- , is , ,l ,' r. I Q li 1r'g McCammon, Kirk MoCausland, Kathleen McCIane, Christine McCIenahan, Cincy McClintock, Robin AAI .4 ' 'f ' -f 'K .gaii fell Lewis, Dennis Gillies, John George, and Dennis Trimm check answers for orrow's assignment. Rx ' '4 x' xl E , ' 'if T 5:4 M i 1 -'V' ang X if 4, X xi! 'il . .J fi l X2 'lg , L,,,,.A,,. " -I McKermott, Nancy McFarlane, Maureen McGiben, Terry McGuick, Glenn McKee, Chris McNerney, Patty McQueary, Kathy Mealey, Randy Melcher, Vicky Meucci, Joann Miller, David Miller, Helen Miller, Ken Miller, Vickie Millett, Gary Millhollin, Vicki Sophomores 2l9 Mills, Linda Minnice, Carroll Moffitt, Chris Monaco, Dean Montandon, Cheryl Moore, James Moreland, Mike Morgan, Gary Morgan, Gary Muehe, Martha Muehe, Molly Mullins, Robert Munkers, Darla Murphy, Jill Murray, Linda Nelson, Carolyn Nelson, Kay Nemgar, Janet Neyman, Eldon- Nichols, Burt Niemetschek, Mirla Noble, Glinda Nonne. Steven Nord, Tim Noren, Nancy Nudelman, Randy Nyseth, Lannie O' Brien, Bonnie Oien, Bob Ollverio, Jean Olney, Dale Ooley, Gary Oreste, Joette Otnes, Steven Otnes, Suzanne Owens, Terry Oxford, Deborah Paqe, Shannon Palandri, Judy Palin, Warren Palmer, Mark Parker, Linda Parks, Roxann Peck, Judy 220 Sophomores Nl f . U Q E' I' 'lf sf msd: nf if ll v g' 'F-, ll 1 ., 1 lf N, J A i ll :Ll lb cl Dennis Trimm daydreams during geometry, All ll 'll J. , A . Q 'I . V i - J J , " f ' , rg - , Liv- -.X H i l ' J' 'I V3 G. fb il 1 1 1, J' N 1 .HQ Q X 4 , x I -Y 'SL 1, - . P-, .C ina xl Reed, David Reed, Janice Reed, Paula Rehder, Doug Reverman, Lynn Rickman, Sue Riegelhuth, Randy Riehl, Barbara Ritchey. Carl Robinson. Cheryl Rodd, Richard Rodman, Jack I Peck, Lori Pelinka, David Pence, Debra Perkins, Wayne Perlas, Flory Peters, Barbara Peterson, Roger Petrone, Robert Pettengill, Sue Phillips, Leslie Pierce, Glenda Pierce, Mark Pitts, Janine Plass, Mary Porter, Pam Postewaite, Ann Price, Paul Primiano, Mary Ann Proffitt, Debbie Putnam, Bob Rackley, lrven Ragione, Marianne Rail, Ginger Ralphs, Larry Ramsey, Tom Randall, Don Raphael, Robin Rasey. Gayle Rasmussen, Penny Rasmussen, Rhonda Rasmussen, Rick Redfern, Craig 3 --xx, ' I A 1. x Rogers, Richard Rose, Tracy Rostig, Christiane Rubin. Janice Rueck, Sheryl Rumbaugh, Scott Ryan, Maureen Ryan, Patti Samuelson, Delbert Sanders, Sam Sandvigen, Mark Sanseri, Judy Santangelo, Mark Santos, Suzanne Savory, Debbie - 3 Soheese, Cathy f 7 Sophomores 221 .... 'Jfx , ffl - 1. 'i x- Q.,-:,,,lf Nancy Wohlers, Patti lrinaga, and Judy Madson partake of the wholesome food available at the Franklin cafeteria. Scheese, Don Schiele, Ronnie Schild, Melinda Schmitz, Pamela Schneider, Nancy Schouten, Baska Schuler, Pamela Schulze, Don 222 Sophomores 4 J ':l i "' Y JN I Ss , :lf 5 l" -'-. 'M' Xl F mf. Schwahn, Trudy Seeley, Cathy Seymore, Terri Shipley, Frank Shipley, Gary Shoemaker, Margaret Siegle, Karen Smead, Linda Smeraglio, George Smith, Gary Smith, Trish Smith, Suzy Snyder, Dennis Sparks, Sheryl Speciale, Judy Spurlock, Leigh Squires, Sharman Stang, Bob Stark, Ben Steltz, Dennis Stenson, Ruby Stockton, Cal Stokes, Sharon Stone, Althea .2 'Q . F512 N v I 5 itil , an .. -0 af' yi ,A ja" . B" 119 ' A gs 1-' ...X 1- lrift. f Ml' all .fL. t fly v if 'Tt- - 1 1 Stone. Dorothy Strombery, Mark Stucki, Cindy Sudlow, Patty Svoboda, Ann Swain, Carrie Swain, Penny Swanson, Sharon Sweeney, Nancy Sweet, Mark Taylor, Anne Taylor, Bill Taylor, Patty Tester, Brian Thacker, Mary Thomas, Terry Thompson, Debra Tilden, Marleen Tilton, Brent Tinker, Betsy Todd, Teresa Tolonen, Ricky Tooley, Mary Trappe, Linda QR ri I 5 , 5 - I p .t , r ,If'.L'3! 'Ili 1 f if I4 XA n I Ai' I :", ,' - F' L ' fr' . .Q UE L, "J, jf , ,,. S ffl? l it J 1 if , an e X' x .' , it Q ' fa A . , I 2 I 1' i D 1 yi 0 ,M x, 'E l 'l ,r X F -X 1 'r',2 V lf.-' K ,N , 1 .. -'ft ' Q 5' - L ta , . i A A fe 'Ik ., ., ,Y G ' V -L Jw, .3 xv jj '52 lx.. :TT 33 Y V' f .A ,l ,gl in .ff 2 'l f ,fn , ,. will T ri Treibel, Sharon Trimm, David Trimm, Dennis Trueb, Taffy Urbach, Lynette Valdes, Amina Valdes, lrmina Vanarsdall, Eda Vanortwick, Dale Vansteenwyk, Debra Vermeer, Doug Vinciguerra, Victor Volk, Elizabeth Wagman, Lori Walker, Mindy Wall, Dolores Walters, Harry Walz, Debbie Ward, Ellen Warner, Geraldine Waterhouse, Rolland Watts, Bill Webb, Mike Weber, Michael Weiss, Mike Wellington, Judy West, Karen Westom, Ben White, Bob White, Bryan Williams, Jennifer Willis, George Sophomores 223 i Q 1 - ,kf , 1 ,pf V ,,.1. . TV -T I . ' A 1 T - .u , , . 0 i Y' , ' 1 sm S iii! l M 'TEM ' 4 'Z I ' i 1 gf! -1 , l l 1.4 , . ,:1x j4-. '. , ' , 'i:Eli -E-I 1 Y . vs v. Willman, Barbara Wilson, George Wilson, Marc Wilson, Rod Wingo, Michael Winters, Inez Wirtjes, Donna Wiseman, Doug Wohlers, Nancy Wolfer, Kurt Wong, Denise Wong, Theresa Woodard, Donna Woodard, Gene Woodhouse, . ' ' T ' W Rosemary r ' 4 . - 'Q I 9' Q 1" 'A . Q , M K, M ., it ts L A l Woody, Britt Worthington, Don Worthington, Jim Wrakestraw, Mike Woo, Jimmy Wynkoop, Flick Yazzolino, Mary Youngdell, Karen Zadan, George Zimmerman, Theresa 224 Sophomores i of-ff' l - R J ii. ' T, of - A r ' l N... lBottom leftjz Lowell Gabner and Tracy pose. tBelowl: Walter Duddington and Mr. listen to discussion at a Sigma mee V? hyll U I, G T l T' V flu eq , r , CBelowl: Sophomoric expressions reveal the class affiliation of Brian Tester, Mark Hill, and Dan Gal- lagher. iliiightl: According to Skeeter Boileau "Things go better with" . . . orange juice. -Q , '-- 'Q' -1 s f -1' 1 'l Ki' , l- .Q ui., av ww. I ,ns .. lu 5 ! k v lL UZ, :L :,i,J ' , 57 l 1,17-iff fc.. ' .lajf-:gm - 4 , A ! .- , -' . 1 gli., av l 1 8 will Sophomores 225 Sm mx we s,! bf' so ,E ar1'2Ae'f5x X M215 .1 gg, ,kk gow, K ,A ny. wQ?aeE+-W , ' . '55 'T X E: , . W Vice Secretary-Kareh Treasurer-Connie PUIQIICIIY Chaprfflgng-Aggrga Jqgg QL u bw -'L fx E ru, kia Wx ,,., .ui xnnw ww X v .. ,f s . -1. M fn ii w 1 ! Vw I 1 mu V '4 n 'W mm zu uf K N eshmen come Quakers ke to consider the freshman as a successful one, although s participation wasn't great." first few months were used to y meeting procedures as well o organize the cabinet. With help of the Executive Cabi- the freshmen cabinet learned well, and quickly. Later, the cabi- net worked to fill the freshmen's empty pocket. Freshman week, the biggest event, brought the class to a feeling of brotherhood. Over all, the year was great: spirit, par- ticipation, and activities. The class can proudly say, "I'm a Franklin Quaker." Jim Clark Freshmen Class President 4 A-ul fFrontJ: Becky Guy. lBackJ: Tracy Baurber, Donna Gunter, Jacque Alfsen, Linda Sanders Patty Jensen Balfour, Don Aho, Kathryn Albano, Carol Alfsen, Jacque Allen, Barbara Amato, Craig Androschuk, Gordon Anstine, Mike Armstrong, Elizabeth Arthur, Ricky Babikoff, Clarisse Backstrom, Cyntiha Baker, Nancy if " X Barbour, Tracy Barnard, Jesse Barnum, Patrice Barrett, Shirley Beck, Debra Beck, Richard Belmore, Curtis Bentley, Diane Bergstrom, Carrie Bernard, Gale Bernunzio, John Bethune, Benny Billingsley, Barbara Bishop, Randy Blackford, Johna Blades, Patricia Blair, John Blair, Terry Blankenship, Debbie Blotzer, John Blumenschein, Debbie Boetger, Michael Bork, Steven Bowen, Michael Bowles, Arlene Bowman, Vryetta Brabham, Ray X , I -m vv il 1, , 4 7 ' , gag 1 ' 1 ' l 1 li l y U , at J' 155 ' bk' . if?-ELS 'Fi ' ,. if N A , fi "1 X' 5 . . ' 3, . f ' if -X Jmgn Pleased at photographer's subject choice, Sam Johnson s a camera. , 'me :C L I -I '- .vi t .-, ',. - f , A - J - . 1- . 'G , '- ' y V V 5 " 4- My I 1 gf 3. 5 J, ,Af ' 11 W X A. js 'X itat! ' . A l . A :igfll gff , x 'A Q - tm ' Jr J in Q at M 1 ' " ' 5' X AY lt ' 5, ' with r ff,.l,' , - J nf" f X ' '. t ,'AQ. S-.L I 1 lu- is '- A Y- " N l Brandt, Joan Branum, Larry Breniser, Patricia Brenton, Rex 228 Freshmen J I r A T Vg T J ,VB-A- 'Q 'Rl' Q 5 . .1f' 2 A kts' J . 1 ' B , B V ,X H X L . A , T ,H VIR Y ' ff. .ai V - ,A M- I V r ' a W I ? 14 Y Z 4 . - I A A, ,A i x W' I X Y gfgu .. L 9 r E r 0 "4 V ,I l 'lf . 11 4 r 9 I ff, t ' lr "'-s if - 1, l If A s lf ,t . , Q . Ll N 1:4 .0 , ' r . "3 1 - B v. Ar . ' 4 -" L7 if Q ag I ' ' p , 1' 1 is gr i J M, avi :km ' X . , I ' 'I l 1 Ji 1 ' ' li w 1 ? f f l 51,1 112' , xl 1- w 4 A l 4 -.11 3. Colvin, Shirley Connors, Dale Constantin, Chuck Cooper, Ted Coughlin, Steve Cozzetto, Connie Craig, Jim Creel, Jim Crisanaz, Allen Crouch, Laura Cuddy, Patti Cullison, Carol ,,! ' N: NJ A I 2 1 l tv. . , . ., i 1 if 65 'M , , , A 'lf Q ff . , ., 0 I 4 ' ' rw, gain, lx L, X K Bridges, Barbara Brisbee, Donna Brooks, Pat Brouillette, Mike Brown, Dan Brown, Ken Browning, Beverl Brunelle, Mike Burgard, Sheila Burgard, Tim Burrow, Flon Butler, Junior 6 Callaghan, Jeanne Canham, Karen Caputo, Michael Carrara, Denise Carter, Sam Casos, Lourdes Choi, Margret Chow, Lynn Cieloha, Randy Clark, James Clark, Jeffrey Claypool, Debra Clayson, Daniel Clevenger, Larry Clow, Eileen Clunas, Carmen Cochran, James Coe, John Coleman, David Collier, Catherin Davis, Davis, Davis, t H , Davis, ' 'T Dean, ff t y' il L Q M 'ii -1 I Deem Demu 8 5' Cunningham, Dawn - D'Ambrosia, Julie Darke, Linda ' Darlow, Greg Davies, Debbie Christina Chuck Pam Bay Gary Declou, Joann Dedmore, Dan ny s, Greg th, Cindy Derby, Heather Deters, Bruce Freshmen 229 DiBari, Anna Dezell, Bin hifi' I' l i I Dickson, Shannon . Dickenson, Sandy Didier, Mike ,' Diloreto, Chris r -r ' -,gf 1,11 -- 1-,., .....-- L...-f 'V Y .if r, ,i . 1. QUT , J 52:38 I ' E 'Q .K I' ' 4 . D L4 1 ,N Q- E? Dimoff, Deanne , . Donaldson, Carol 3 V J sr 'W he M- Q gif N' Y if 1. , 3'-1 1 9 Dryden Carrol ' if 'F 'W if ' I Dfydeni Roger . I 4 QQ, j f I .lr ' A Q ' fig? if A ,Zig fiat, Ri, V, Q' cave-.1 '17 , .nn.' K ' 'rw , if ' J l' N I'-51 '??erf,' f r ,f wx. -- X 1. 1 ,-x.',- in Y,,,--'- V' K ,,. ,H 4,-1--' T Duffe-y,Paul , ,Q 3- 'J Dunford, Marilyn F 4-,, I I ,lui ,ui I Jigs DuPont, Gail Durbin, Becky Duzeuly, Ken Eastlund, Paul Edington, Dave Edwards, Flichard Eley, Bonnie Ellibee, Juanita Elmore, Jolly Emra, William Entwisle, Ron Erdmann, Dorothea Erickson, Charlene Estrada, Mary Eudy, Patsy Ewing, Jim 230 Freshmen Debbie Blankenship reaches for a friend's attention. . I X Y' ,, .5 ' , + , , ' ,. 1 J f lla A A so -l'- - ' ,- ,.,, iti l. sl 5 I l if 1 -Hr I1 H11 A 415 yi .9 Fancher, Rusty Farley, Nancy Farrell, Shawn Federspiel, Mike Fern, Al Finney, Craig Fisher, Cathy -n .fi " log + ,JM , A -L. 1 1 . V' l ff: P in 'A 5 7 1 :JN ,jf f A: ,F S 'yu , I 1, I 1 Mahi. li Flach, Karyn at f Flaig, Jeff . H ' 1 W , A Q It' Al ,,,-,z nf Florer, Debbie ' ' ,Q t ' -Q- Fluharty, Thomas - F? ., Y l ., Ford, Steven ' " ' i - " A Ml ZZ. Vim Fordyce, Glenna Frison, Deborah Fujino, Gregg Fuller, Cynthia Furney, Donald Galbraith, Mary Gallagher, David Garcia, Celia Garner, Dway Garrett, Stephen Garrison, Dale Gerhard, Mike Q. 5 , 3 1'5- Lt! lr r 'lf Q' 'i " Giannone, Paul Gilpin, Cindy Giroun, Yvonne Giunta, John Glover, Jeff Goldhammer, Bob Goldsey, Markland Goodwin, Mike Grant, Gayle Grant, Steve Gribble, Shirley Griggs, Jorjean Grimaldi, Jeff Grimes, Steve Groh, Warren Grossenbacher, Carl Guldenzope, Larry Gumbert, Richard Gunter, Donna Gurwell, Barbara Gutschow, Tim Guy, Becky Gwilliam, Vicki Hall, Robert Hall, Steven Hampton, Richard Hansen, Kenneth Harris, Pat- Harrison, Susan Harti, Bob Hauge, Al Haugstad, Arnie Freshmen 231 Hausch, Nancy Haven, Greg FA .XV '-v r l ,-7 l f--,.r ' s ,l Hilderbrand, Terry Hiller, Mark Hogan, Tom r , ,I z hw " 1 3 if 1 T r 1 Hawkins, Sharon '. ' ' 1, ik HOGQGS, Mike ' l H .. r f ' f' I I w 1 wr. u '10 JK Hayzlett, Cynthia 1' Head, Elaine Henrichs, Vickie Helmer, Tim Helquist, David Helus, Paul Helzer, Mark Hendren, Michele Hendricks, Gabe Henry, Vanora Hentz, Debbie Herrmann, Lisa fl X it 'E' ' , 5 ,r 1 1 5 9 A ' "' 'f uv 1-."'::.4.-,. -1211.1--,:1'Zggg' f-112'-r -l' .J ,H I 'J' A I N -Ti. ,lil r av 1, i. rf r' 1 Si' f Re- , ff' 1 "Mft 1 'f.3"3gi .f, Jensen, Patty Johnson, Connie Johnson, David Johnson, Eddy Johnston, Eric Johnson, Samuel Johnston, Steve Johnson, Vickie Jolley, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Sandra Andrea Floy Mark Mel Jordan, Tom Junker, Mark Jung, Doris Jung, Richard Kaipold, Helen Kappelman, Doyle Kautz, Shirley BI? Kays, Robert Kehdi, Steven Kelly, Gary Kerth, Mark f' i 232 Freshmen 1 1 1 vu ll 5-' of K mi Horton, Kathyrne Howell, Rozanne Hovegrove, Mark Huber, Randy Huddleston, Lester Hughes, Joy Huie, Melvin Hunter, Flossie Huss, Pam lnahara, Cheryl Ingham, Rebecca Iredale, Diane Jackson, Stuart Jacoby, Kenya Jarvis, Janice Jarvis, Melissa 4 .1 ft'-'iq 1' iwg , ' 'E u I Q- 1 ' L V A . Y l Q f 1 l 2 15311 4 1 ,ji 'E If l 1 ll r 1 X , 1 f 1 L J . I ll f I If H 1 ll" lf-.I lb .V Q K P - ,, if 1 , L ll, l Vi f , ' M nl ' vs il "' Y- nl ,J 4. W 4-wg" , , Q 'f ff ii ' Q 1' 4 H l Y 1 X! l ' C4 vs Keyes, Fred Kirchem, Gail Kirkpatrick, Daniel Klenke, Deborah Knapp, Georgia Knight, Raymond Knutson, Carol Krettler, Lawrence Kruger, Sallie Kruse, Janice Kuan, Mei Kubli, Cheryl Kuhn, Floyetta Laible, Earl Lamb, Bob Landers, Mario Lapp, Beverly Lawwill, Gary Lee, Ed Lee, Harold Leonetti, Tom Leong, Pearl Lester, Jim Letcher, Flolland Y,--3 """ as 4 slag? I 'H v- jr-, - -s '1 BA' V' 4' I M! I ' I 4 ' it Ml -an-4 , :N s -3 l . -'Jax ie Bergstrom sparkles with Christmas spirit. ... " Lewis, Cindy Lewis, Jim Liavaris, Sophia Lindquist, Linda Littell, Debra Little, Sharon Locke, Jan Lohmeier, Rebecca Lomax, Tom Long, Michele Loomis, Mary Lorenzen, David Louie, Janet Louie, Shelton Lovlien, Tom Freshmen 233 Martin, Mike Lowry, Mark Lowther, Louise Lukich, Peter Lund, Ann Lyseng, Roger Macintosh, Bruce Macintosh, William Madorin, Theresa Madson, Curtis Magel, Jeff Mahoney, Debra Mammen, Alice Marks, Sybelle Martin, Dale Martin, Gail i t , i... P 'I f wg 'I 1 ,Q ,,,, I , I 'ff A l 'I I sr q f . iii, xr f J J. f if? ' 3-.. ,df ' f x, Martin, Richard Mattson, Bob Mayberry, Richard Maze, Irene McCartney, Randy McC,lanahan, Gary McCreary, Debbie McDermott, Patricia McDonald, Dan McDonald, Larry McDonough, Steven McFarland, Bob McFarlane, Dan McKean, Coralee McKee, Deborah McKee, Jan McLellarn, Rosemary McMahon, James McMahon, John McNerney, Michael Mcouaw, Darlene Melcher, Mark Melton, Dale 234 Freshmen . y gg Q X a f- V .. t-. fi ,, 4.11 1 "L . 3-' W f ...u :ral Qf 4 lr' , , .Lf l f-r " ,"x'i a Q Shannon Pierce enjoys A.G.S. banquet. 72 y ,5 4 j 'al , 1 w e .. i - J 4:4 . lf- , .1 " H J. Y ? V l gs by psf? K ' F ' 4' - i fa. f:. if-s , 4' , -N D - X, 5 " 'lifes ' A f 1, , '14 ll A i , .ig yffifgy , ev 17 'lf J L it ' gg .nv- . . ,il P If if , J, T .pf Or b x f A 9 fl. f C is ' 9 ill. Myers, Michele Myers, Nancy Naylor, Stephen Nelson, Cynthia Nemgar, Donna Nendrick, Pamala Neukamm, Marlene 4, '-fu., . ..,i, . I . . 1 ffm Nicholson, Lawrence Niiranen, Paulette Noble, Richard Norton, Rick Ochoa, Luis Ottoson, Ken Owen, Kevin Palandri, Jerry Palmer, Becky Palmer, Ronald Palmer, Wayne Parker, Jeff Parks, Barbara if 155 ..1 .aw A V A J vw , 3 in is T? Meyer, Don Meyer,'Susan Michaels, Karen Miles, Linda Miley, Carl Miller, Janet Miller, Jimmie Miller, Pat Millhollln, Wanda Millis, Julia Miner, Lesley Monaco, Denise Moon, David Moore, Jean Moore, Jill Moore, Jim Morehead, Marilyn Morgan, Pam Mosbrucker, Karen Moyer, Donald Muller, -John Munkers, Pamela Murphy, Kevin Myers, James fir ' 'E GB' l jg ' , A Pavlicmwalr A -Q V 'i ,lr ' Pearce, Sally s , lg! " Pearson, Robert 'A l 'X 'jx' Q, - 4 if ,J J, N -W , h vt Peloguin, Penny I l 1 ' ' Vl Pendleton, Dennis ' V ' ' l ' Perkins, Laura 1 it rl l 1- 1 pjll, if 1 lr J' Q ,Q fc"'rrqL A3 . , W 4 ' " Pettey, Mary , . 'w N Pierce, Shannon 'a N 1 17:-j Ping, Kenneth 'til an 'Er f ?-L-:5.f:-'- 314'-Asilzfl. .rl f r -"ly .44 il' Placzek, John Porter, Sheila Potter, Judy Powell, Mike Price, Laura Price, Tom Freshmen 235 rw-4 ,. Jeff Robins experiments with weights in general science class. Priestley, Merry Pullen, David Quinn, Dorian Rafal, Theresa Randall, Darrell Rask, Debra Reed, Steven Reese, Rick Regelin, Dennis Reiber, Bob Riaz, Holly Rigdon, Walter Freshmen iw A , , , 'g f A .f 4, t , L' 4. V , 1 25 . A J , x, v I at: "if ell ff' d 1 Roach, Kevin Robbins, Jeff Robinson, Mary Rodd, Fred Rodriquez, Paul Rogers, Bill Rohrscheib, Robert Rohrscheib, Tim Roisum, Kimberly Roll, Steven Rostig, Christen Ruonala, Susan tmquss 1? r ,l,. F 'rf e-I My .ff-Q 1.5 J l Pak? i in I... W . .,-.. I r , it if I I lf: i ffl' 'Ai' xt f V 'V X 1' i f 'S fi E J Cl" Ryan, Colin Ryan, Vince Sabin, Jackie Salois, Allen Sander, Laura Sanders, Linda Scarburry, Barbara Schaffer, Edward Schmidt, Randy Schoenbeck, Leo Schramm, Debbie Schreiber, Tim Schroeter, Linda Schwanke, Cyndi Schwarzkopf, Lila Scott, Cynthia Scott, John Seeman, Diane Seim, Joel Seitz, Jim tta Kuhn directs her attention to the study of balance. .IL , E4 ff ,YY , P ff" V' if ,,l, fi, --..-V , A l I i X Q17 A , Q W., M W fy. A , fl 14-X 1' ,3 44 1 Y If ' .ffk-inf 1 f "K J'zzi'.1f " tn ' J 1' U' 1- ,K ,t Q 's 2 w . X -!.:1v 1 lvx ,x ti tl at ' l V ,Q ' , f' dill!! X l if l LA ,Q in k - S E 'X 5' td? - all 1 i' 'W 5' 91? S. r l Shaffer, Mathew Shaver, Pamala Shields, Gary Shrake, Dale Sickler, Tad Slevers, Carol Siler, Kristie Siple, John Skidmore, Darlene Skow, Pamela Smith, Daniel Smith, Paul Smith, Terry Smith, Wendy Snider, Annette Snyder, Steven Freshmen 237 ,f" if i, Some laugh, lRoz'ane Howelll, some concentrate, lBob Sprauerl, in the class room situation. , Solari, John --. - ff Soohoo, Susan "' T , Sparkman, Shaun ' Sparks, Beth I 1 X, Y f :- Po 5' , 'X I ' ,LQ 1 I1 l'FEIlm:54 Stafford, Melodie Staino, Nick Stalker, Diane Stark, Valerie 238 Freshmen Steele, Evonne Steffan Dar I l , Y Stenson, Fred Stevens, Marcia Stevens, Linda Stevens, Martha Stith, Bob Stith, Jill Stokes, Pam Stone, Steve Stonecypher, Ruth Stopper, Judith Stoutenburg, Joni Stradley, Ronda Struble, Linda Sturba, Jan Sudborough, Rita Summers, John Sutton, Rae Sweitzer, Joe Taft, Brenda Tano, Shari Taylor, Bob Taylor, David T N G ll , , Z 5 ., at tl Q J-,J le: ld W 'U 4 if I Q Q J E, i 'P J 7 Ida? L 4 " P f :if '. ivrflian ' " v- xdq ,L is A , . f ,.1-v T? an l l 9 5 . if T-f S l l I Fw... 'N I K V "fej55F i E ir ? 1 V lf.,-. K. ,gi V wil f ff , -K ' 4 ,,.- , if +.,it , E, T' T i tl - 51 i V lil:-5 , Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor, Mark Taylor, Ronald Thomas, Jeffe Thompson, George Thompson, Jacqueline Thompson, Susan Thurmond, Troice Tindall, Steven Tipton, Ricky Tolan, Terry Townsend, Judy Tracy, Pat Tracy, Rosemarie Trask, Teresa Treibel, Patricia Trimm, Jonathan Turley, Sara Turnquist, Kristi Tweten, Karen Urbach, Susan Vance, Randy Vanderpool, Janett Van Duzer, Sandra S iii' 4' , X l 0-it I if ,.. ef -Q- Z, as 5' 7 an ng' Vavrosky, Lennae Veith, Sheila Veith, Teresa Vielmetti, Ron Vigna, Dennis Vollmer, Brett Waits, Jamela Wakeman, Jay Wallace, John Walters, Cathy Wanous, Janie Warren, Cathy Warren, Kim Waterhouse, Rodney Weber, Teresa Weber, Vickie Weeks, Glenn Weirick, Michael Wells, Steven Westwood, Tracy Wheeler, Debbie Wheeler, Vicki White, Ann Wickhim, Jeff Williams, Richard Wilson, Geri Wilson, Marilyn Wilson, Susan Wilson, Suzanne Wilson, Thomas Winchester, Stephen Winegarden, Ronald Freshmen 239 Wiseman, Mary Wittkop, Jim Wold, Terry Wong, Jeff Wong, Mike Woodward, David Woodward, Shari Workman, Lori Woumans, Yvonne Wrege, Charles Wriglesworth, Dennis Wyatt, Floyd Wykrent, Jeff Yanase, Kazuhiko York, Linda Young, Dan Yowell, Paula Zink, Tom Tom Hogan, Jim Ewing Jacque Alfsen and Patty Jenson look down the descending stairs 240 Freshmen 4 iUpper Ieftj: The main stairs provide a good place for Pam Davis and Kim Warren to so- cialize. iAbovej: George Had- dock takes time out to look at camera. Ueftlz Ray Davis ad- justs the flame for Lee Spurlock. Freshmen 241 iFirst rowjz Pam Floylance, Terry Hicks, Dave Hudson, Debbie Mealey. fSecond rowJ: Steve Bork, Steve Stone, Teresa Purpura, Dia Dean, Nancy Baker, Penny Peloquin, Michelle Long, Dana Mehlig, Joann Hopper, Kay Crewse, Sandy Thario, Karen Michaels, Becky G lThird rowl: Debbie Steffen, Sherry Langdon, Marlene Roberti, Sherri Glenn, Patty Ryan, Morrine McFarland, Cindy Klien, Mike Wo Sharlene Bolera, Carolyn Nelson, Linda Struble, Sandi Jolley, Karen Tweten, Shelley Fadness. fFourth fowl: Chris Diloreto, Deb Larson, Lowell Gabner, Pam Schmitz, Brenda Hartzell, Joan Evans, Sandy Whickham, Anne Taylor, Mike Dean, Cathy Babnick, N Tinclay, Darlene Skidmore, Marlene Neukam, Lois LaHue, Linda Schroeder, Donna Broomfield. fFifth rowj: Pancho Harris, Jon Trim Bob Putman, Mark Kuntson, Jo Williams, Arne Hogstead, Randy McCartney, Pat Hennderson, Gwen Godsey, Doug Floylance, Bru Heath, Tina Eaton, Lynn Tesdal, Helena Kaipola, Elaine Louie. .,u ,. W. L lffty, cur. Dave Hudson Spring S.C. President Terry Hicks Fall S.C. President all'-,. Mealey Spring S.C. Secretary and Pam Roylance Fall S.C. Secretary Doug Blair Fall S.C. President Pro Tem Schlosser Spring S.C. President Pro-Tem all, pring Qludent Councils Join To Act Effectively The fall Student Council be'gan the term with a new president, Terry Hicks and a new advisor, Mr. David Wienecke. The President Pro Tem, Doug Blair and Secretary Pam Fioylance, were added to the list of officers At the weekly meetings the reps not only voted on a series of resolutions submitted by reg rooms, but also set up two new committees-the Budget Committee, to determine budget usage next year, and the Constitution Committee to propose constitutional revisions. The spring council got going under President Dave Hudson. The elections determined Dave Schlosser to be President Pro Tem, and Debbie Mealey to be Secretary. The new council of newly elected reps who met regularly to discuss and vote on various proposals. Terry Hicks, Fall S.C. President Dave Hudson, Spring S.C. President Student Council 243 Fall Term "Through games, dances, 3,000 Quaker Oats boxes, the Candyland Dance, and other events, the cabinet and l were able to serve a tremendous group of people. I feel that this will remain through our lifetimes as an enriching experience of working together. l'll always believe in you and think of you as my Quakers." Debbie Mealey, Fall S.B. President 9 rin erm P 8 T From the speeches during the election, we came into office with an idea of the way many students wanted to improve communications. In answer to these requests we undertook several projects: remodeling of the student lounge, a new point system for the Dr. Erickson Trophy, and striving to get student representation on Curriculum Council. This term we are trying new systems with the hope that we will serve a greater number of students and bring long-awaited changes. Mark Knutson, Spring S.B. President 244 V Student Body - wt, ,N -fy U,-.,A+.x vt, not pictured , i Courses, Jobs Explained Mrs. Weed, chairman of the counseling department, states that the counselors purpose is to help young people by showing them career possibilities that are open to them and the way school subjects fit in. "Nobody can make up your mind for you, but they can show you what your choices are." To meet this end, the department carries pamphlets, folders and books on every occupation as well as carrying information on colleges. 246 Counselors Mr. Donald Nelson Senior Boys Mrs. Helen Weed Junior Girls Mrs. Sara Mr. Lewis Borchers Parks Sophomore Sophomore Girls Boys Mr. Richard Miss Dorothy Laughlin Dundore Freshman Freshman Boys Girls l, Vi I 4- , i l ll iq Mari -L '11 I I - 'r I 'rr l 'v I -5 U - - I Q Opposite page lTopl: Mrs. Weed, Junior Counselor, assists students. Center lTopJ: Mr, Burnam guides junior boy. Center fBottomJ: Mr, Nelson and Mrs. Moore look over senior SPA tests. This page lTopl: Mrs. Borchers and Mr. Parks ponder sophomore problems. This page fBottomJ: Mr. Laughlin helps Mrs. Dundore check freshman records. Counselors 247 Activities Q ,sl "- ff KZ . - M dn A ZW f'f" v E 47 ., Z-z It ' ,fl sfv -'if V' , 1 jg . . ,. 'C-'Zim - I H ' ' -. ff' x,yz'f,. f-2 . 1 'p :'-,. H, -R-R -.. . ,. gdfq. , ,wgggq ' f-If!-4' . 9 r ' 1. ,QL X l' la.. o O . g lf? 4 190.3 Q U aj, -149,13 ll - -.-, . . 'ld 1 41 ,lx ,46s 'go .24 X 41 Z' . 'I W L '- 4 ,ll , . 411 Ii' 4 I L , ' I G.: 'H' . -fb-5" 1' V Q J , K X Ogether we can be so happy Julie Reigns As Homecoming Queen Senior Julie Brooks was crowned Homecoming Queen of 1969 at the after-game dance. Her court included JoAnn Hopper, Kellie Frie, and Michelle Myer. FrankIin's traditional ceremony was highlighted by the presence of Cleveland's homecoming court. The princesses from both schools were presented before the foot- ball game and during half time on September 19. Homecoming Queen Julie Brooks. vii. H SWA Queen Julie poses with her court, Junior Princess JoAnn Hopper, Freshman Princess Michelle Myer, and Sophomore Princess Ke Frie I 3 "W X T., .hx x - 52 Boxes Brin g Quaker Spirit The Quaker Oats Company gave 2,400 Quaker Oat Boxes to Frank- lin for spirit promotion. They were presented to the student body by Kent Spring during a spirit as- sembly in the gym. Mr. Spring, the company's sales promotion manager for this district, was knighted by Student Body Presi- dent, Debbie Mealey, for his com- pany's service to the school. fUpper right:l Quaker Oats Co. Representative, Mr. Spring and Debbie Mealey. QLower leftzl Debbie Mealey helps carry boxes. iLower rightzl The house that Executive Cabinet and Rally built shows Gwen Godsey, Doug Roylance, and Steve Miller hard at work. Activities T . . , J ea Gives Change In Busy Routine Mrs. Weed, head of the counsel- ing department, commented, "This tea was an idea we came up with last year. l'm hoping it '-Ei iiizuig-:sw Jancheau, Mr. Erickson and Mr. Hilley leisurely enjoy the tea. Davis, Mrs, Copeland, Miss Knotts and Miss Grant participate. becomes a tradition. lt's just a social, get-acquainted thing for counselors and teachers, with no set program. We think it is im- portant for the teachers and counselors to get to know one another so that they can feel at ease in discussing problems. We're all here to help the stu- dents, and it's easier to work as a team with people you know." Activities 253 Quakers Take Multiple Honors "I was excited and surprised," was the comment Wende Brown made when asked about her selection as Portland Junior Miss. All senior girls with a grade point average of 3.00 or better were eligible for the contest. Wende's selection was based on her grades, personal appearance, the judge's interview, and her talent, demonstrated by batons and swords. As Junior Miss of Portland, Wende's duties are to represent youth and show the good qualities that youth today have. A Fai .2 is Ek'-1, 'ijimb l r ,f.f,1:f -fr' -, -air. -51... 11,1-. - ., sail" IQ' xg t , .-of Y, ij,-I-if ' 'F " -. TP , 'KT -.1 ' I l , 9- jf-'Nl , - f -Tsa- .. ' ' wg ' ll' I K Pl X1 . 1' . 1 , H, ' l Of.-. l 1 El C 1- 1' 'X is 254 Activities Wendy Brown demonstrates some of the bewitching grace which gave her title, "Portland Junior Miss." l l 'I hope that many Franklin stu- dents will try out for the United klations Pilgrimage. The value of :he experience is immeasurable." Terry Hicks was selected for this honor, by the Portland United Nations committee. She became eligible after taking first place in speech and essay competition. The contest was sponsored by the Odd Fellows and Rebeccas of Portland. A trip to New York followed. During United Nations week, Terry carried out her duties, at- tending and speaking at various Iuncheons, dinner and receptions. Activities 255 Quaker Men Take Honors Senior John Erickson, after fighting for only one season, with a record of six wins and two losses, went on to the regional tournament in Salem to become the Junior Golden Glove Champion of the Northwest. John, who fights for the Mt. Scott Community Center in the 147 pound class, says about it, "lt's a lot of fun. l really enjoy it." Sophomore Darrell Lewis took the National Frisbee championship this year. The events leading up to this accomplishment included competition in the city tournament and a trip to Los Angeles where he received S100 for the regional championship. After this he headed for New York where he received a S1000 bond for his expertise. 256 Activities Golden Glove Champion John Erickson wr ff L+ Hgh' Y, ,wifi 'mf Frisbee Champion Darrell Lewis played by Butch Ftackley, makes Papa threatens to kill Marko for the reward money. 'Thieves and Corpses' Occupg Student Lounge "lt was interesting and fun to do, and unique because it was Franklin's first attempt at theater in the round." This is what Tom Johnson said about the two, one- act Italian farces presented by the drama department on January 15th and 16th. Mr. Biggs directed "Thieves" and "Corpses" which were staged in the Student Lounge. fu", ,Q rf ' 4 lg ltlri J l tgirl l if 5 cast of 'Corpses' includes Ron Hensley as Papa, Steve Johnson as Marko, Marlene Roberti as Maria, Johnson as the drunk and Mike Robinson as the corpse. Activities 257 4 lf-K 2,6 I. T it wr,--.L,t?+ 'l l gl' ,':i ,fl YJ ' ., 1 f mi hs 4 V V-V 3 H gpf 'f etawj'-l 'Q Q yi! wi 52 2 sq - " -,pr Lf -5 rf-'J " ' ' - 4, fQ,.p-- lnteresied parents listen to teachers on visitor's night. Parents Return To School "The parents enjoy it. We're only sorry we don't get more." said Mr. King, Curriculum Vice-Princi- 'pal, about Parent Night. This ac- tivity, sponsored by the P.T.A., gives the parents an idea of what students do at school. An assem- bly featuring the orchestra and choir is followed by two hours of class visitations. Activities . 3 VA """ "'ln5:"-- Mr. Savage explains machine to parents. Q F:- 1.1 -hp 1.4 11' r', 4 'L explains course objectives. Parent signs the guest book. ff i ,i A fi i rf' "Hai, demonstrates his Art Metal skills during Open House. Activities 259 Quakers Triumph For Third Time For the third year, the Quakers beat Grant in a student body card contest, with percentages of 91.6'M, to 89.3'M,. The contest was held for the pur- pose of selling cards to meet the tentative budgets -at both schools. Grant wanted a handicap of 5M because their cards cost more. The contest was almost cancelled, but the executive cabinet decided to give them a one-half percent handicap. ., ps 1 Q if s ag, ii ite page, upper rightj: Grant officers wait for fBottomJ: Nancy Kurkinen lets them feel the CThis page, upper rightjz Terry Hicks is ready to on the ketchup. fLower rightj: Tina Eaton pre- for battle. iLeftJ: Jim Clark cleans hands await- e next round. I I 'Ula if . ,- F , Activities 261 Mark McPherson . . Cleve Parker Laura ............. Terri Brock Danny Morgan .... Craig Mullen Waldo Lydecker . . . Flon Hensley Shelby Carpenter . . . Graig Flach Bessie Clary ..... Naomi Choate Mrs. Dorgan ......... Lori Lindi Olsen ...... .. . Dan Wilson Shelby mourns Laura's death. Activities Laura looks on as Shelby and Olsen solve the mystery. Laura consoles an hysterical Bessie. "Laura" Porfraued Bg Two Casts v0ve:l Waldo attempts to strangle Laura. iFlight:J Mark ges- is in explanation to Shelby and Laura. l The Drama Department chose "Laura," a mystery, for their first production this year. The two casts - with Terry Brock as Laura on November 14 and 15, and Terry Hicks on November 21 and 22, gave excellent performances, according to drama coach, Michael Pippi. The action took place in Laura's apartment in New York City. The mystery was, "Who murdered Laura?" This question is difficult, especially when Laura turns up alive. Activities 263 . l, -1 L ,V 4, ., . :ah ' 1' 4' as me ff- L , 'V :rw 11, ' -7. lc as - ' as . ., A Ji l ,fi L, ,ff . ' s 264 Activities JE a"r EH Kia Mark McPherson . . Cleve Parker Laura .............. Terri Hicks Danny Morgan ...... Dan Wilson Waldo Lydecker . . . Vince Jelineo Shelby Carpenter . . . Graig Flach Bessie Clary ..... Francis Ayers Mrs. Morgan ........ Della lpox Olsen ....... . .. Craig Mullen wqj-fi' iOpposite page, top:J Friendly persuasion does not prove effective for Laura. iFar leftzj Danny ponders Laura's rejection. iLeft:J Laura waits for tears that never fail. iThis page, top leftzj Danny rum- mages through Laura's record albums. fTop right:J Wearing a new chapeau, Bessie joyfully enters Laura's apartment. Activities 265 Student Bowlers Score First Victory This year the Franklin student bowling league beat the faculty for the first time since the annual activity was begun. Mayfair Lanes was the scene of the 12Vz 11Vz defeat, which took place on November 19. Bowling Club President, Patti Hamlin, felt that the turnout of 30 teachers to oppose the stu- dents was a good one. Activities 1' x r 'L I xx ik!!! f V P5 'ME' FTf??fB'n'EEe5 E5"eUeE'ub EEE-!32S0Ee'T qiEiiEp XMT. cy, Mr. Erickson, and Larry Garrett relax and watch i others. ins i i fri! fThis page, Ieftzj Miss Carol Kicneker scores a strike. CTop:J Larry Garrett lines up a shot. lAbove:l Norm Duddington, Mr. Parks, and Kristi Turnquist watch the action. Activities 267 A. G. 9. Honors Mothers. Daughters "We didn't know if it would go over. I think it might become a tradition at Franklin," said Sue Miller, fall A.G.S. president, about the Mother-Daughter Banquet. Ninety people enjoyed the ban- quet and the singing by the ln- tonations. A look-alike contest was won by Nancy lVlcElhaney and her mother. -g..., .li 'SX FH' .f My TL!!! K , ,Aida- -"h"++,., m""iv- fx 3' '71":-A nqy-A 'L K aposite page, far Ieft:J Cleve Parker pours coffee for Jerine Burgard, while Lorrie Wiatt joins in the merriment. iLeft:J Gwen Godsey Jmotes enthusiasm for Mother-Daughter Banquet. iUpper right:J Mr. Wax photographs candidates for Mother-Daughter Look Alike Con- st. iThis page, top:J Mary Finley and her mother await "a feast fit for queens." iAbove:J Participants enjoy the food and entertainment. Activities 269 270 Activities Super .lam Produces uper Sound November 14, 1969, everyone who sang, played a musical instru- ment, or simply cared to listen to music, was invited to the Franklin High School gym at 7:30 p.m. Admission was ten cents, and once inside the current rock musical talents of Franklin stu- dents fand in one case a teacherl bombarded, assaulted and de- lighted listeners' ears. Junior Don Geren was in charge of the Jam, after having beaten an endless path between Mr. Wienicke and Mr. Wax to receive permission for it. "lt was worth it though," Don Geren stated. "lf people enjoy it, then it's worth my trouble. ltd like to get permission for some time in the spring and have it more organized. This time some people got to play more than others and some people didn't get to play at all." lOpposite page, topjz Mr. Thomas com- petes in "drum war." Pictured with their instruments are lFar rightj: Alvin Payne of "Heroin" and Dave Burnell. lBelowl: Laird Clow, solo drummer. lThis page, topl: Joe Majors and Don Geren of "The Other Side." lBelowl: Steve Soderquist. X 4 - r , A D f. 1 ' ' I ! . iggzgx V ... A Q 11 3r'f-W' i' N --'gy' xv 3 , 1 IQ 1 fu I P .un ui '. ..-3 Q A.. M -41 +3 .14 ,fn- . 'D , , ff?- ,fr wif!! .lfv if . ri -:- -:mf '. 7- mf. ,Nw- ,-sk. X "' Xa' yy -NF I ,!4y...'fIfi-gfiwai .,I,.,,I1,..:g:Q Q ' 0 . . . l It K 4 I 5 A X x Z o l 1 ' n 1 I ,.f--- I. I' 1 tesco 1 "1 3 CCC L- Kids Run. Vthn "The total was 323V2 miles. If they had been running in lags, they'd have crossed the Canadian border", said Coach Jon Abraham about Franklin's marathon run. From Friday at 3:30 through Saturday at 3:30 the 225 participants ran at an average of four minutes and 26 seconds per mile. Ten boys ran approximately seven miles each. Thirty-five girls participated. Lia w .......h-rand-v-ff .Ya ., ,' 4 13.1 A .v-4 ' ' f ini' f Q-,--J Opposite page, iTopl: Mr. King awaits the signal for the start of the marathon. fBottomJ: Jon Trimm chalks up an- other mile. This page iTopl: Quakers cheer runners on to world record. iLeftl: Tina Eaton and Allen Sweet enjoy the victories of the race. iAbovel: Mike Santangelo and Ernie lnclan relax after a day's work. Activities 273 4. Q QQ Z' 'rj' Q . 3,1 W? 'Q 9 .- K' --X. 7 - I U :L X. Q ,. V .. ' Nt -.,I'F 4 . Q F V ' H ' 57 2 .I-Q. ' ' if ' 'U in 1 xg. 1',. ' if .g 3 '.1 't . '. ' 'LE fr.. 5 A - - J 'X -X if 4 :rf A . 'qi 'K I ' ."- x 3? . ' 5-if ofa' ' +15 V . I v J", I A "':1,f , ,.e 4 ' ' '. ,', 1 Q .. . 1 V Q ' SA. ' , nw . .. " V. I: A as ' V 4 '-1 ' 1 W l .I Q, U-.v.:,' Q ,- ' I 4 ' X.- i x 13,-T. '...ig , , ,. Z., ' 4 fl: 'rg' ".'lr4 'f"'-SK' Wu: -'f' 1 A b V , . '-l.'fYf'A'x . ' ,xg 1, it 4 " 1 be Q . - E H' - 5 Q I - f 7 V - '4 S if at 4. ' 1 I: L :A 1- - Tgy' f X. fbi 24. " ' N . ,- Af., L. F -M 'X' ' Q ' .4 -E - n f '4 . G! xl ' . , .. X F A i'-in 5' n . 3 . pg. -X . X nf -x , 1 .dc 4 . h l W - ,'- 4, 4 f. - aff' ' I 4 N. QLQAT K r x 1 A Y 3 1' Q A 'Q' Qin, , .- 'gif ' gg' 34" 7 zu. i .JE-gxupr 4,5 f A.. , Q f J 41 457' COpposite page, topl: Choir students per- form as Franklin High School's first sing- ing Christmas tree. tFar lefty: "A" Choir creates a sacred mood during the Christmas program. lLeftJ: Terry Brock plays a dancing doll, demonstrating her skill in a lively tap dance. tThis page, leftjz Kathryn Warner, concert mistress, plays a solo during Christmas program. iBelowl: "A" Choir sings "Hallelujah," the chorus from Messiah. it , :ag ' 'Wm L. flhaa. Activities 275 Facultg Wins For Sth Time Mr. Gehrke, faculty team -t basketball coach-"We haven't lost a game since l've been coaching, which has been for about six straight years. And of course, you can't be a successful coach unless you've got the talent in players. The game is mainly a senior fund raising activity, but it does more than that. I think it gives teachers and students a better way to communicate. lt shows students that teachers are human beings. I think that's good." Miss Dorothy Grant arouses faculty's enthusiasm The senior team lines up to promote spirit for the Senior-Faculty Game. 276 Activities Es. 5 nl-1 -D" fends for his team. ,...-o--5 J,xb i 1 , --1-4 , .Wi YY E. Q - Bill Morgan and Mr. Neeley contend for the ball. 4. l,. 7 Z' KLSRE'-51, nior player attempts a long shot. t V Activities This page: fBelowJ: Dave Ball takes time out from busy schedule to relax. fRightl: Ron Orme studies in one of the new resource centers. lBottoml: Marie Martin and Melissa Brunning enjoy their lunch in the Student Lounge. Opposite page: tAbovel: Shari James finishes her homework while Dana Mehlig looks on. fBelowl: Bob McFarland and Jim Scott watch as Jeff Wykrent discovers a more comfortable way to study. ,L M, l .U - 9 1 I 4 5 1 u l it E i . l l . 4 3 fy' ia l A: .4-4' , Vg u +'. Y tl, its 1. --1 r it Tivbvu 'F' .1-Q 1 , D 1 xx ao? 278 Activities ,vc , . It's Getting Bet-ler All The Time . . . The drab trestle tables and folding chairs of yesteryears' Social Room have been miraculously transformed by the diligent students of Franklin High School. Now thirty formica tables with chairs in three glorious decorator hues separate a glittering jukebox from two shiny chrome and plastic soft drink machines. Keep up the good work, Quakers. For the student who doesn't appreciate these dubious improvements, four Resource centers are open to him. These rooms provide a quiet place to study, and what's even better, verbal communication is allowed. Most have material available in the form of encyclopedias, pamphlets, magazines and books that aren't being used by classes. Activities 279 Intramural Competition Initiated Don VerMeer, president of the lntramural Council said-"lf we can just keep people interested that's the only thing that can make it a success, just getting every and anybody out." ln order to get more people, especially those not in varsity sports involved in activities this year, an intramural council was organized. This council was responsible for setting up competition in Weightlifting, volleyball, basketball, softball, badminton, ping-pong and horseshoes. I-I 5 I uQ!T -R l 3 I .4 1 Vpi 1. fi Teach-in Some ofthe evils of our civilization are pollution, starvation and depletion of natural resources. The Environmental Teach-in was designed to inform people of the problems of pollution to be faced and to encourage them to help prevent them. An assembly with special speakers, a "march against poIlution,"' and petitions against the use of plastics were activities scheduled. l V-P , .WW A. G. 9. Initiates Changes Sue Miller's fall A.G.S. cabinet started its activities by working on constitution revisions. When school began, the real action started with a Frosh-Cabinet get acquainted activity period, Girl's League Week and the Mother-Daughter Banquet. Linda Owen's spring cabinet concentrated mainly on Twirp Week, which came in two parts this year. The weeks were filled with activities such as a slave sale and Dating Game, with the Twirp Dance at the end of the second week. .-,..-H1 lFront fowl: Linda Owen, Treasurerg Sue Miller fBack rowjz Patty Burgett, Vice-President Diane Oetinger city Chairmang Denise Wong, Secretary Opposite page, lFirst rowl: J. Burgard, D. Steffan, M. Blanchard, C. Bergstrom. lSecond rowl: P. Wilson, C. Pickup, K. McCauley, C. Thorpe, M. Richards, Jackie Sura. lThird rowjz A. Bowles, K. Mos- brucker, unidentified, M. Schield, J. Special, S. Daniels, N. Noren, D. Walz. lFourth rowj: unidentified, G. Grigg, un- identified, J. Potter, C. Knutson, S. Dick- inson, M. Cassidy, T. Brock. lFifth rowl: unidentified, S. Price, T. Schramm, S. Little, J. Alfsen, D. Mosbrucker, D. Cash. fSixth rowl: L. Casas, L. Diaz, D. DeMoor, M. Ryan, K. McQueary, C. Hayzlet, P. Yudy, C. Cozetto, B. George. This page, lFirst rowl: H. Kaipola, L. Bun- nell, C. lnahara, P. Peloquin, J. Potter, S. Dickinson, L. Leirmo, S. Price, V. Bow- man, C. Whitehead, C. McKean, C. Pick- up, D. Scopacasa, V. Wheeler, D. Sco- pacasa, D. Walz. lSecond rowlz M. Myers, D. Super, L. Trimm, L. Llaneza, K. Warner, L. Bolin, K. Curtis, M. Hogeland, P. Fon- tana, D. Lentz, T. Barbour, C. Kiewatt, C. Holstine, B. Bankston, M. Finley, P. Louie. lThird rowjz R. Rasmussen, S. Bolder, B. Fry, G. Jolley, K. Neeland, T. Ryan, K. Weeks, L. Mellen, D. Marks, J. Andren, J. Guinta, J. Elston, S. Corrigan, L. Diaz, L. Casos, D. Dudek, D. Savory, B. O'Brien. lFourth rowl: D. Douglas, K. Baisinger, M. Cassaday, K. Horton, D. Oetinger, S. Stinnette, A. Bowles, S. Ruonala, M. Stevens, E. Head, B. J. Harris, J. Patter- son, C. Swain, L. Mills, M. Harding, J. Harding, S. Langdon, L. Wood. lFifth rowl J. Callagahan, J. Loprinzi, L. Gemma, C. Clark, M. Saloum, J. Cherrett, D. Abraham, D. Wong, D. DeMoor, K. McQueary, S. Miller. lBottom middle rowl: J. Griggs, K. Tweten, L. Struble. lSeatedJ: J. Burgard, D. Steffan, M. Blanchard, C. Bergstrom. Activities 283 A.F.M. Sponsors A ivi ies ct t Fall A.F.M. president, Rick Sauer, explained his objectives in this way, "A.F.M. needed activities which would appeal to the men of Franklin." To accomplish this, A.F.M. held all-boy assemblies, a Thanksgiving dance, and gave an "Alumnus of the Year"' award. During the spring term, money was needed for the Benjamin Franklin plaque, so president Ernie Inclan and his cabinet concentrated on money-making activities. Ernie also stated that', "This year's main goal was to arouse interest in A.F.M." as 'S J, Dave Blankenship, Historiang Ernie Inclan, Treasurer, Cleve Parker, Vice Sauer, President. Not pictured, Dana Hill, Secretary. 284 Activities 9 LL! Opposite page: iFirst rowj: Unidentified D. Loughrey, Unidentified, B. Elmore, R Mealey, G. Morgan, D. Ward, T. Miles iSecond rowJ: M. Bishop, T. Maloney, G Hunnel, D. Bodeman, A. Sweet, M. Wyatt B. Lynn, T. Jenson, C. Amato, Unidenti- fied. iThird rowj: J. Ewing, T. Fluehardy R. Barton, D. Monaco, R. Hilderbran, B Matson, D. Rasmussen, B. Rackley, M Bacebais, D. Hill. tFourth rowjc G. Sem- siels, S. Yabuki, K. Kibe, T. Herd, Un- identified, T. Smith, R. Palmer, D. Lewis D. Quinn, D. Whitcomb, M. Weiss, Un- identified, S. Sanders. fFifth rowl A. Koh- ler, J. Eveland, S. Roos, B. Goodale, D Trimm, Unidentified, Unidentified, N. Giun- none, R. Scofield, Unidentified, J. Olsen Unidentified, R. Morgan. fSixth rowl: G Hoffman, W. Michigam, C. lngham, B. lm- mottel, J. Comings, G. Cragig, T. Augstin S. Giaorodona, Unidentifeid, D. McDonald T. Hogan, Unidentified, Unidentified, C Ball, R. Shaw. This page: tFirst rowiz L. Hall, T. Herd D. Quinn, D. Vigena, J. Wong, P. Smith K. Ottoson, B. Taylor, D. Coleman. iSec- ond rowi D. Ball, G. Smeraglio, M. Crow- ther, R. Elmore, G. Hunnel, M. Daw, K Ward, R. Mealey, R. Scofield, S. Gior- dano, M. Wyatt. lThird rowi R. Hollway, K Kibe, D. Loughrey, T. Jenson, R. Wolff, A lnahara, T. Maloney, J. Ikeda, M. McDon- ald, G. Androschuk, P. Duffey, M. Bacelis iFourth fowl: F. Solari, A. Banklead, B Goodale, L. Madax, A. Koeller, J. Burken- bine, R. Harrison, J. Hafner, J. Wallace G. Letcher, B. Mattson, R. Morgan, R Shaw, K. Yanase, B. Rackley, J. Ewing M "' 1 X13 Dom Forget! 'liuprrow IS Girls Do Unto Boys Linda Owen, fall president, said- "Twirp Week is one of A.G.S.'s 'fun' activities. Total participation isn't necessary for success. Everyone is interested in one or more of the activities, so that makes it worthwhile." Twirp Week came to Franklin in two parts this year. Activities included an assembly, a slave sale, and a Dating Game. The highlight was the 3-hour dance at the end of the second week. RP O CQRAM5 5+ muse Orly" for avuigorwfff s 5' fAbovei: Lynn Tewdal thinks Twirp-O-Grams a lLeftJ: A.G.S. cabinet sells Twirp-O-Grams ...J Quakers Get Safetg Tips This year the Safety Week activi- ties began with the Second Annual Trike Drags which took place in the gym. Later in the week a car check was held during lunch periods, and a written driving test was given. The students who ranked among the top ten on the test had the opportunity to take the driving test in Officer Richard Sutter's patrol car. At the traditional safety assembly, Cliff Lewis was pre- sented with SS15 for being Frank- lin's safest driver. A free dance, featuring the Outer Edge, ended the week. Activities 287 288 Franklin Honors Outstanding Quakers Franklin students who have ex- celled in various fields are elected monthly for A.F.M. and A.G.S. girl and man of the month. Students elect one man and one girl for their outstanding characteristics Back: Bruce Heath, Spiritg Flon Orme, Scholarship, Tyler Tsunemitsu, Leade for the emlre year' Front: Tom Taylor, Neatnessg Paul Pavlich, Courtesy, Mark Knudsen, Personality. A. ,V K .'55,-- wa- , 0 IA A . lx. xx l'-l. ,iv Back: Debbie Mealey, Serviceg Pam Roylance, Personality: Tina Eaton, Courtesy, and Debbie Junker, Scholarship Front: Patty Smith, Neatnessg Lynn Tesdal, Spirit. Activities 311 WJ,-,nw nv" a-If Debbie Mealey, "Girl of the Year" for AGS and Tyler Tsunemitso, "Man of the Year' for AFM at Franklin High School, 1970. Activities 289 Juniors Await Prom l "lt's hard, but it's a lot of fun theme was "By the Old Mill- really. At first nobody knows what stream" and was shown by the to do, but after you get things "outdoorsy look." The effect started it goes okay. It will be a was carried out by murals, a 16 success with those who go." foot tree, and a rustic looking These are the comments that lattice shaped like a gazebo, Chairman Christie Little made where the dais of the regal court in reference to the preparation of was placed. the Junior Prom. This year the Cheryl Jarboe helps with QQ as I 15 W' I' U 'Q' QS' Committee chairman lFrontJ: Charlene Clark, Nancy McElhaney, Maggie Benson... lBack rowjg Terry Brock, Mary Sirianni, JoAnn per, Christie Little, Karen Basinger, Ann Bennett. ...J 7711111 1: Ar ef--e----D I -I 11 I ,,, ,e-.......,-A 3 ,ii -,,,+.---4-91-rw ---- I " 1 ,n,,,,,,..-U-4,-, ' mm ,U A--. .- an .....--- 4. if .,.. --4 Tl E Eb, E ,, A W3 AHS A-h .4 GW' ' r 6 X ul- ni , X X- -IL.,-A '53, - .. ,N f s."', .- , , , .,,.,.-.,,.....f, .. br Prom Court fFront rowl: Dave Ball, Judy Slane, Nancy Kurkinen, Steve Miller, fSecond rowj: Douo Bodeman, Terry Brock, Karen nger, Darwin Rasmussen. lThird rowj: Ann Bennett, Allen Sweet. fBack rowj: Doug Roylance, Carla Tweten, JoAnn Hopper, Dan nn ,,. "Seeing ls B I' ' " e ievrng With Washington, D.C., as their 4132 destination, 55 Franklin students joined the tour which was spon- sored bythe American Heritage Association. The first three days were spent in Charlottesville, Jamestown and Williamsburg, and included visits to the Univer- sity of Virginia and Jefferson's estate of Monticello. Monday night of Spring vacation they Beth Hammond and Diane Myers at Monticello. arrived at their destination. ln Washington D.C. they visited with Thurgood Marshall, attended Ford's theater, toured the monu- ments, and visited the Capitol MQQ' building where students had the opportunity of meeting Senators and Representatives in the under- ground subway as well as in the offices. The feeling shared by many of the travelers was that, "Really seeing it is a lot different than reading about it." Touring through Jamestown Festival Park. Activities 'li ivel: Skeeter Boileau. lAbove rightjz Janice Rubin Jo Williams. llftightl: Stan Kadolph and Steve J- C-511- lad rowjz Mike Weiss, Skeeter Boileau, Mike Dean, Pat Henderson, Laura Price, Linda Darke, Steve Miller, Doug Roylance, Patty Cheryl Jarboe. lSecond rowjz Steve Dodd, Mike Priestly, Flon Orme, John Ball, Bill Green, Fred Rodd, Judy Slane, Barbara Miles Anderson, Jeff McEwen. lThird rowl: Ken Rodd, Bob Putman, Dan Wilson, Diane Gray, Mary Finley, Sue Calahan, wanson, Nancy Olson, Diane Myers, lFourth rowl: Tracy Rose, Bill lammatteo, Mrs. Crites, Carrie Bergstrom, Carolyn Zell- Kieneker, Lanette Bolin, Mr. Pingree, Stan Kadolph, Jo Williams, Mary Erickson. Activities 293 Mag Fefe Queen QDe661'e freaky Zrlrzcz Gafozz Sw-an MM? l f QDe6m Jufmfer - , t N t in 0 ., ,iw A-,bl Q. x-.W-.C , N -. , -e ,7jaz'r1b1'a csmzff ,691212 gesogqf -,Qai Y. Fete ls 'A Time For Us' For many, May Fete is the most beautiful and meaningful ceremony at Franklin. The honor of being on this court is bestowed upon those senior girls who have done the most for their school during their high school years. A part of this is the knighting cere- mony which honors students who have worked for the school in ways which are unpublished. This espe- cially shows the theme of "A Time For Us" to be appropriate. May Fete is a time to honor and reward deserving Quakers for jobs well done. 295 Activities 29 Princess Joann Reigns Over 1970 Rose Fesiival Couri jjafrzbja Cooper yjozzzlfcz x7reofr'1'cfs 012 Gaffy mmf V, , ,, A Y "'A ' ' Ntffmf-Q19 S Jia' X .9jGllI'I.CI'G jzdffgd IUQIZQSS Erigcess Joann Vass aptivates t d o y. Activitie f--- 'l E 4 , I 1 W, .. X ,K , ,,,, F 'wi M ' A 1 ,, kg.. k in 5 ,ggr 2 2: 'H Qs W -- . :',:., f. - 1" ur.-o f' ing, Us L J W taxi paw llf' Nw' 1.1m-W-.,5f' V1 Hu: ' !U.f.,f ',I,',Al ,.,, 1 11 Nw ga.. l' I v nvggqf ,wg 5 ! xx fs V3 235' 5 ,pq Q ' .. ,Nw 222 , 15' 'mM pring ls estival Time . . Everyone should lock arose in his memory's garden, for the miracle of one rose brings us closer to God's heart and inspires us to make our world of reality like that of the rose gardeng a place of beauty, peace and happiness for all." With these words, Miss Joann Vassar stepped into the role of FrankIin's 1970 Rose Festival Princess. For a year hence, Joann will have the responsibility of representing Frank- ling first as a candidate for queen and then in various activities until the crowning of the 1971 princess. The six finalists were presented to the student body in a double assembly on April 9th. All princesses spoke on the theme of "Fantasy in Flowers" after which the students chose their addition to the Royal Court of Ftosaria. 298 Activities ' F 2 f I , i 2 1 l E 5 Q Z Paul Miller puts a finishing touch on Vici Wolff. iAbove:l Pam Roylance patiently as Paul Miller touches up her cheeks. fRight:l Jo O'Brien foundation make-up to Cleve Parker. Teacher's Woes Shown A week after the Almanac's deadline, Franklin's drama department ended their year with a large production entitled "Up the Down Staircase." This play, with a cast of thirty, shows the problems of a beginning teacher in a large school system. She becomes disgusted with the amount of red tape she has to go through which takes time from teaching. Mr. Biggs commented that it was, "a good play though it was difficult for some people. lt's not the easiest of plays to put on." Activities 299 Index A A919r19111. 019119 212, 295 A9r9119111. 5119911 191 Auru115m. 1111. .1911 51. 95. 99 1x991119.J9r1119 A, 142 A11arns.J9an19 91.142 A991119, 51191911 1911.212 11119, x111r11y11 229 A11111s. Carol 115.142 Arms. 1.11199 115.212 A1911119. 091111 115.229 1119119r1o9r. 51191117 212 A119911. D9119119 112 7111111111.Jacc1119 227.22 2-19 A115911 9. wand 114, 194 111199r1'. 111111111119 Allbmlfglg D319 ll, 'el Anen. 111919 39. 226 Auen. D9111119 1:19. 212 Minn. 51911911 112.194 A1l9n.To111 194 A119 141111 199 212 A1.11YAN9c S1911 199.197 A19111911. 1:11115 142 9111991119 D1-11111159 A1119111. cr91g 229. 295 1-1111919.19119 53,194 A119919911. 999 194 A11991s9n. C9191 111-1 19111919911. C1919 79. 79. 212 A11119199r1. 11919 99,212 A11119199r1.1f11-11-1919 212 A11111119911.J91-.91 112. 142 1x1111111s911..191111 142 911911191-111. K91111 54. 145, 197. 291 91111919911 Mary 121.194 Ar19919a11. M1199 79.191 Anderson. Rubin Andnlnun. Sieve 194 194 9119919911 w91111y 1-1:1 A1111r9. 1491111 194 A1111r1111111. 191111 149.197 Blair. 1119119111 69. 90. 91, 126. 144.197.2113 299 91511, 191111 sc. 229 91919919 519111911 21:1 91511911919 D91 144 9199119111 1119119 121. 219, 29:1 1s19r11111r19r11p, D914 119. 149. 284 919111191111r119. 91911111 229 BIBPDS, D9l1I'liS 144 91991119. 12919911 229 9L1zz111ao. 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M. 85. 229 A11119119y. u51111y 199 Ar1s9r1.G91y 142 A11911119. 1111119 229 Ar9n111. s19v9 194 A1111911o1r9.A19199 194 911119119119 5112999111 221: A11 51911 119 A11r1111. Hbcky 93,102,229 Bowen, Bowen. Bowen. J1r11 213 M5111y11 195 1111911991 117.229 Bawerus, A119119 229 Bowling C1921 1:13 B1111111911. 5119191111 145 9911111911. vy1911a 229.295 99119, c9191 145 a199119r11. Ray 229 ar991 1:1 111119 119 1115 A111l11son. Deborah 19:1 Ananaenca O111ce 114 Austen, Tam 59, 14. 14:1 Aus11n.Ca1oI 121,194 1xus1111. Aynrs. M1119 212 Fvarlces 212.265 B B911111u1r. 131911559 229 Bannrck. Cmnerinw 212. 242 Baw11s.Ma11111:9 1411.285 Bnukslrum. Cynlhia 37. 228 Baum. Ben 199 9991111.99119 142 B991-111. F9y9 121.1-1:1 999911. 1111111 117.194 1199111.11191 127,194 9911ny.vi11a1115 194 99191r1g111. 91911 105, 122, 127. 190. 991191.11115 70.119, 151,299,212 99191. BURN. 99191. 5119111911 125 1111191991 145,197,291 Nancy 125. 228. 242 1 B . 9m111. 11191919 21:1 919911. 6911, 229 9191r1919.c119119s 195 9191191.19911 215. 229 a191191.r1119911 145 a1911119r1,B9111119 195 1-x191111111.1.9r1y 229 915999911 1111 52. 21:1 a1911c11111111111. 15591119119 195 91911911111111111. P9111 121. 121. 1115 9m11m.91111:9 21:1 amy. 99911y 211 9199. 99111119 219 91991119111. 1111111 124,195 9191111191. P911y 199. 229 519111911 1.11919 195.197 919111911 1191 69.85.101 228 BREWER. MH. JOHN JI 47 123 999999. 9919.119 79. 119.2117 919999. Gary 21:1 911911. 999119119 195 911995. 139111919 55. 117. 21:1 511199. crrecm 112. 119. 195 911999. M91111y 119. 1:12. 21:1 9119970911119 227 911111119. 0911 215 Brock. 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Baath. 1291111 212 171991911 195 191111 212 T911y 212 Baal. Ha1l19 229 B9a1.H:1ndy 69.212 EeaI,R9 149 5331115.61802 212 Beard. H9911191 199. 1179. 195 Beck. Cillhnrima 195 E1119r111I1, Ar1r1aM:1r1a 213 B11r:111111. .1911 146 B11rga1d..19r1r111 109.110, 121. 139, 195 9111911111 51111119 227 911191119. 11111 93,257 242. :194 14B.2L111. B11rg9u. Palucia 198. 121. 145. 282 911r119r11111111,v9111 195 91111111g119111, 09915 195 suawm. Mn 911.1 911111911. 999 145 911111911 1211119 90, 91. 112. 271 911111. M1. 19911 2. -19. 55. 77. 155 a11119w, 1.1199 111. 121. 195 591199. R911 25. 99. 192, 2:17 911s11,w11119111 195 Beck.D9h1n 2. 75. 99. 229 99:11. 111911919 229 eEc11eF1.111r1.11e1wm 27 BECKHAM. Mas. 1cAT111en1Ns 9911119y, m9115113 5212 B99991 AIIDI1 I 99995. 5119119 212 B91111119, 71911 229 9911111119 1:1111 229 991911. 511111111 11.144 9911..1mr1119 212 :15 Bell. M1cr1a9l 126.1-14.171, 187 9911.F1191111r11 195 9911. Susan 119. 127. 229 99119119. 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M1111 92. 63, 711. ns. 1111, 234 Mcouuw, Darlene 234.235 Mco11a11..111111ss 21:1 Mco1111w.N1111:y 121.1511 Mco11aw.P11m 2o1 Mco113w.1'111ry 139 Mcouenw. 111111111 119.2111 133. 21,1 201 219. 242 219 2o1 116 13.26.1119 M M11:1a111111o, 1111112 2o1 M1111r11osn, amos 234 mcK11r11111, 1111112111111 11,165 u1m11r1111111, B111 2:11 M111:111111n11n, Rosanne 201 1113111111 Ellen 2o1 M11c1111f1. sanava 2o1 M111idux,Lnny 2111 Ma111111r1. 11111 234 1113111191111 123 Ma11s11n,c1111111Jr 115,234 M1111so11.J111y 213, 219. 21111 Megel. emu 11 12e.12s.165.1a11 13111111.1311 111, 2:14 M11g1511111e. 92111 291 Ma1wnny,Dsb11-1 234 mA12n.MR,nuaaN 31.12.43 111111, B111 se.15,21s,219 u1a11111, 51151111 166 u1a1111s,Joe 11o.1ao. 210 M111111.M11111 vas MALONEV, Mn JDSEPH as Mulnnny, Tea 91i.9s,126. 128. 131, 166,151 2115 Masq, Tam: 121, 122. 215. 219 Manny, 111111 122, 1411, ws, 1111 M111111111111, 1111111 23.1 m11111n. swan 215, 219 Mnnnms. Marvkms. Karan 219 Mauna 156 MANNWG, MR. JAMES 20, 31 Msnmna Mamia 201 Maolas, Run 219 Ma1c11111. MAn1N1. mm 219 MISS JOANNE 51 M1111,cor1n1e 121.219 11a111s.o1an11 155 vvams, syneue 2:11 Manef, v11:111 121.157 M11n1r1.D3111 19.231 Marlm, 1311111111111 121,201 M21r1m,ea11 1a-1.23-1 MB11111, Mmyn 135. 201, 213 M11111r1. M1:1111u1 62, 63, 111. os. 2311 111311111 111:11 23-1 Manin. vonaa 219 Mar11111111c11, Bev 2o1 M3111111,M21y 1s1 M111111nws, Slew 161 M1111s1:11, H1111 2311, 21-15 Maucmev, Mn oem 31.53. 70 M11v,F1111 235.221 May, 111111111111 sa, 114. 2u1 May, Susan 151 u111y1m11y. 1111111311: 234 Maw, 111191233 234 Moalzy, Dame 121.12a.1A1,1a5.153,1s7. 1119. 2112, 243, 2411. 245, 251, 252, 295 Mealuv. Randy 62, 79, 219, 295 mms, 1:r1a11m 161. 11111 Mer111q, Dana ws, 2112. 2111 Mmunur. 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Jerry 235 P.11111a11,J1111y 2211 Pa131m1.Je1ry sz fren 2211 P111111,wa Pa1m1r.sec11y 235 Pa1m111.Ke11 121,133,111 Pa1m111.Ma111 111,220 na11,Geo1g11f11 114 na1ur11s,Lany 221 m1p11S, 111111 1u,1111.1113 Ramsey, 'ram 221 H3r111a11, 0211311 2311 Ramory, 111111 14 Flawdall. nun 221 r1np112e1, 111111111 221 nAsc1-110. MP1 DARIO 11:1 Rasmussen. Dawn 511, 111,15 n11511y,1say11.1 121,221 msn, news 329 Rasmussen, Penny 221 Rasmussen, nnunua 221 Rasmussen. Hmk sz, 7-1, 75. 221, 21111 m1r11111y,G3ry 112 na11:11ef1s12111v1, Marcia 121 P1az11,B111ce 112.111 R1111111r1. 17111111 10,221 111123.01111 221 mea, 1211112 115.221 P1e211,Pa11111 221 nee11,s111w zas nev111e1,n011g 221 smmf, 1:1111 23s P1111s1m11.1.1f11.1n 111 F11111er, wendy 11-1 n11ge11n. 1391111111 111, 236 amfman. crm 135 ne111m1a11,I.y11r1 111.221 nnoanes, Muvy 1111 211111, 1-1011111ay 23s v11m,N11r1cv 125,140,114 n1u111111s, 1412111112 11-1,2e:1 mm-111511, mn cARL1'oN 21 mcn1e1,E1111a 13,115 1111n111w1,F11c1 115 1-111111111 w311e1 1114 F11c11ma11, susan 221 n1age111111r1, Randy 221 me111,sama111 221 51111111.5111 115 n11:+1e11.C111111 221 11111:11ey.Da1111 115 1a.11efa,.1e311 115 Hum, 14111111 19, 236 a11bu111s, J1111 15. 2:15 m1m111, 11211111111 2o1. 242, 257 P1or11111s.Ta11y 115 ROBERTSON, Mn, NICK 11u.a2. 9:1 n11u1r1s11r1. c11ery1 221 111111111-1or1.Da111:111111 115 RDDiI1SOII. Elaine 113 n111111151111, 1111111 115 F111111115u11, Mmy 235 R11u111s1111.M1111 125 F111111r111111,F11111 115 63. 73. eo, Rodd. Frau 52, 1:13. 79. 98, 235, 292 ncaa. Ken 292 F1c111c1.R1c11ard 112. 115,221 Rudman. 111911 221 11111111511-21, P3111 2311 Rows, r11cr1a111 221 nugevs. sm 2:13 1a11r11s1:11e.11. 5111.1 2:15 n11111scr1e1n.f1m 15,911 M111111f 111111 219 Musa. sms 1.o11F1A1NE M, 23, 111 M11.1EF1. MF1.M1KE 53 M111111, 111111111111 235 M1111-1r,Pa111 125. 21:2 M11ler.Pm1ny 113, 1511 M1L1.EF1,M1s Psyuhe 211 M111111, 511113 111. 121, 202, 252, 292 M111a1. 5111311111 202 M1ll111, Susan 114,122,130.'59-'59, 11111511.1115 vama 21 M111111,v1e111 219 2112 Palmer. Ron 79,235,285 Pa1mn1,Wayr1u 235 PANCHEAU. MP1, GEORGE 14. 113, 119. 132,253 vnmer, meve 74, 125, 131, 134. 140, 172. 262. Parker. P.-111121. 264. 259, 2511, 290 Dawn 67,119,202 Jen 63.98.235 PARKS, MF1 LEw1s 2415 Parkuv. Lmaa 125, 209. 220 Parks. Bamara 235 Parks, Flomnn 220 11111511111 K1111 23:1 Haney. E11 ss, 99, vm, 115, 139. 21111 11011, S1911 119, 2:16 211115. s1spnsr1 111.2115 muse. P11111-131 293. 2119 21133, may 511.129.1no.1:11,2z1.2s2 111-1111g, c1111511a1111 2311. 221 1111111111ee,n1:11y 115 n11w1ey,D11r111y 111, 115, 1:19 nuylanw, Doug 3e,12,13,192,2-12,252,292 n11y1a11ce. P11111 11s,121,12s,12e,12n.134, 111,11s,1ss,242,243,24s.2so,zs11 sr11111ev.ear1 2-11 s..1111....1w, 1121921111 01, 222 smms, Becky 2114 sr1121e,cm1s1111e 11a snvaue, 1:11111 sa. 231 swam. mmm 2114 snumway. P111m11 204 s1c11m. 14111111011 2011 s1c111111.T11d se. 231 smgle. 11111311 121. 122. 121. 222 s1EMnoTH, MP1 FORREST 13 s1e-1e11,c:11111 111. 237 sqm, 21111113113 132 51121, 111111111 231 Slmmuhi. Frank ZUPI 519111. .1111111 231 51111111111 M111y 211-1 s111u1v1111u. 031111119 231. 242 sxLE111c1cA, mn. JOSEPH 31 S1111111, Slew 55.204 sxnw, Pam 231 s1a1111,J1111y 121, 1311.23-1 sLs1"rA,M11.no11 sa swan, Leroy 204 sr11aaa,L111da 222 smmg111111, awge 111. 222, 2115 S111111, 113111111 115, 102, 231 sm1111,Da111 1o.ae 151111111 0111111 59,113.20-1 S1111111, 211131111111 11a smun. Gary 222 s11111n,.111ym 211.1 sm11r1,11a111y zo-1 sm1111, 11111 1111 51111111 M1111 1111 s1n1111,M11111 20-1 sm11r1,N113 1111 sm11r1, P1111 113,139 sm1111, P11111c121 as. 117, 115, 126. 13s. 153 1111 , 2sc1,292. aaa S1111111. P11111 2114. 2:11 sn11m, P3111 3.141 sf111111, S1313 11,113 S1111111, Suzy 222 sm1111, Tuuy 231 s11111r1, 11.311 222 s11111r1.w1111n1 237 511101111112 5111111 511.911, 140. 1112. 1 snyaw, 11111111111 222 7B sm11r1nwa11e, Dan 86.99.1179.131,1:1-1.1111 1111.169 s1111se1,Am1111111 111. 231 sr1yu111, sum 231 sa11efq111s1, suave zue sw11111,mr111 121, 1111 s1113r1,.131111 102. 2311 S1111111111, s1111111y 21:14 SQ11111111-1.111211 11a snmw. 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F-any 1511 M1111111,c11111 220 M1111111, 13111111 11, 131. 11111 M111111c0, 1:31111 22u 1111111131-1, 19311511 235 u11w1a11111111, crwfyx 220 M11r111:1o, Nyacsn 115, ms 11111111113 111111, A111111 2e2 Mm, 831111 115, 1113. 235. 252 111111111r1. sveg ss, ss. 121. 135. 2112 Parsha1I. non 129,112 P11111111111, 1111111113 2112 va11m11r1, 1113111 101. 202 P1111111111111. Dang 202 P1111e1w1. My 12-1, 135,110,112 Pa11Q1511f1, s1e111 112 P111111f11, vm sa. ao. s1. 113. me, 126, 1211. 111, 112, 11111, 2ao, 21111 s-11111cr1.w1111 s3,as.23s P11yne.A1-1111 11s.2o2.211 P11111111, 111111111 202 v11am11.sa11y 235 PWS1111, 121115 43, 121, 124, 12s, 1:12. 112. 11111 P111-115011, 1a11um1 12-1,235 113111, .muy 111.121,122,12:1.22o 211111, 1.1111 221 v11p11.v1c11 1111. 112,113 2.111111411111111 221 n1111n1111, Roy 1311. 1111, 125 num. Sheryl 221 n11m1r11111g.1111mn 115.1119 F11111111a11gn, scan 221 12111m121a, sue 2:13, za: 11ya11,c111111 se. 11, 231 Ryan, 111211111111 221,233 F1yar1,M1d1aeI 121 swan, P11111 121. 211.221.2112 nya11,s111a1a 11s Ryan. 11111111511 1110 Ryan, vme 2:11 S Sabrn, Ja1:11111 231 51231111 sunny 114,211-1 s111s.N2f1c1e 121 s1eu111. Evrmne 2311 s1ea1es,F111a 111 s1e1111f1, Daryl 2311 s1e11an, D11u111a 121, 192. 203. 212, aaa s1e111,R1111e11 zum s11111z. 1311111111 222 s1Qr1w1. P11111 23s s1e111nr1, mm 222 513111211 Smvu 121,179 S1evnns. Debby 205 s1evn11s.L1n11n 21111 s1e1e11s. Mama 23e.2s3 smvens. Many 2311 511111111111 susan 233 smcn, E11 2115 511111111111 2311 s11111, 011111115 119,205 Muon. Pew 59.511, 133,153 M1111111. B111 es,s3 moons, MF1s.E111ma as Mums, .lamns 220 M1111111, 3111111 33,235 Moms, .1111 2:15 Meow, Jun 69, 2:15, 2515 M1:1o11J.K1m 13:1 Mmm. susan 165 Mmnnaaa, Mamyn 2:15 u1m1111111, M1119 s2.19.22o Mnfgan, B111 12s, 141, 1s11,1ss,2115,211 11019 1, sary F1. aa. 133. 220 MorQar1.GaryS 213,235 M1111111n.La1fy 1ss M111Q1111,P31r1111a 235 Movgnngnan 43.92. 12a.12B.16e, 1s MO Rl M155 DOROTHY 119 M11r11m11. Karen van M11n1111e1,1.ne1m1 1111, 202 Mosumcw, Daman ws, 121, 232. 204. 251 M11sn111m11, 11111311 235,281 Moyur, Don 235 M119r1v.M2r1r111 22a M111111r1, cra1g 125, 262. zss M1111111, 3111111 235 111111115, F11:11ar1 aa, 1a3, 2211 M111v11r111y,1311y 2112 M11r1q111,Mar11y11 202 M11r11n,M111am 1sa Munums, Dana 22u u1111111111:,Ga11 113, 114. 121.2112 111w11111s, Pam 235 Munson, 111111112 202 Mufvn y, .1111 2211 M11fn11y,K111111 2:15 M111p11y.s1111wn 21:2 Murray. 11111111 220 Myer, Lynn 13-1 111ye1s,n1211u 11s, 2112, 292 Myms. 31111 53.62.235 Wm . 11112112112 39, 2:15. 250 mms, Nancy 235 9, 2115 PEDEN, M515 19.25,27, 114 PEEHV. MR JOHN 111. -117, 123 Pce1s.A11ce 172 Palma. 13111111 55. 221 P111or11111 Pence. 1, Penney 235.2-12 Debra 221 Ptrndlelnn, Denms 235 Pennul. Penmd. Cami 172 Dranu 172 PD1l111IS, LBLIVZ 215 Pm11111s,way11n 221 PG111s,F1111y 121.221 Pmers. Po1e1s. Pswrsn Pelevsu Pmarsu Pmevso umm 221 Jamco 112 11.111111 112 11. nngw 221 11, 312111 s11,eo,131,1s2,112,2eo 11 vmuy 113 1-e11a1ca.' Dawn 113 Pam. P a 1:15 173 1 . Pe1111na, Ruben 221 111111111141 P111111y. Pr11111ns. .11. 111311111121 221 mary 235 1.25115 112.221 Prmlu mu 111 Pickuu. P1e1co. Pierce. 031111 121,122.130,293 G1enaa 221 Mark 221 mama, snannnn 235 P1111er11eI. 5111111 113 mpg, 14211113111 235 1-1NGP1EE. mf, 111111119 31.411, 141.232 PIPER. 1.1155 1311111 51 91115, Ja111n11 121, 122. 221 Puzar, Danna 56,67 P1acz2k,.1or1n 2:15 P1ass.Ma1la 173 Pleas. Marv 221 Flames Puhvma P1-wma Pamela 12a 11, .11111 112 11,1a11y 113 y. P11111 113 P1111p1r111,J1m 121.113 Paner, Pam 221 Shana 235 N 11ay111f, s1c1:111111 235 N11a11111r11311r, Lynn 121 Nm11a11a, 1431311 11113, aus NEe1.ev, mn, 101111 211 Nm. came 126. 123, 159.11111 NUIWN. 59661 159 N111s1111, canvas 121, 220 N11111on, ca1111y11 121, 135, zzo, 242 N1alwn.ca1111111 11s Nelson. cyr11r1i1a 235 Nason. MP1, 13011111.11 as N111111r1. Er11:D. 2112 Ne1s1m,e111:F 2112 Nmwn, sum 2112 N11111gf11,u1111f12 235 N11mf1m.J211e1 220 N11f1a1n11, Pamela 235 e1w1111:11, may 202 N11p1:m.cf11n1 202 Nessung. D1ana 115. '10 Nm111.1111111, 1111111111111 235, 2112 Nn1111faa11, Hay 202 Nnwcomer. M1111 202 N11111111, 1511211111 2u2 N11111o11,o1a11e 1111.202 NEw1oN.Mns. zs N1yman.E1a1111 220 NFL 12.1 NHS 123,121 w1um11s11n, ww 1-11 Nmmva, Jmry 1111 N1c11111s. B111-1 zzo N1c111111,11111y 1111 N1c11111w1. 1.aw1en:e 235 N1111s1111, 5111111111 11a N11m11scn1111, M1112 1111, 2211 N1111111en. Geauga 1o, 15.2112 N11f111311.1-111111111111 235 N11m11er1, 11113113111 11o, ws N1111111rv11af1, M1113 2:12 N11111o, 151111113 2211 N1111111. F11u1av11 235 wanna, S1519 311.2211 N1-111113, sumue 126, 11111. 11111 N11a111111a11.11211d1- 220 N11my,N11nvy 1111, 202 P1-11-1m.s1e1e 11: 111111511111 1113.109 Pus11ewa1111. Ann 221 1011111 Lany ss v111a1.J11ay 2351, 2113 1213111111111. 31111 52, su. 121, 1:15 Pnwanl, 131111 sa P111-1211, M1119 235 Pnce. 1,-11113 235,2s2 Pm, P11111 221 wma, susan 135. 110. 114. 233 P11ce.T1m 235 Pne1111ey, Merry 2311 Pvbestley, 11111111 2111 Pf1m111nu, Many 119.221 r-11mm111, D311 124.121 v11111111, 111111111 221 P111,11111111f11s1s 112 mm, Lavem 121 vuc11E1'r.M1s M111a11-1 311.11115 121111ef1,1Ja11a 115.2116 2111131 111111 114 11u1.1.11-1111. M1.cr1a1111s 31 P1111111111, Tnmsa 2-12 P11111am, Bub 13. es. 221. 2.12. 292 PUTNAM, Mm. cvv1s11ne 23. 27 P11111111a, 113111111 114 Q uua11eve11es 130 Quinn, Dorian 235. 295 R 11ac111ey, 13111111 1113.235 nac111ay.111e11 112,221 F1:1uD1.E. MH KENNETH s1,1u2 121a1a1.1111-mass 23a P1ag11of1e. 1113113111111 121,221 Hagnone. Hugs' 112 aa , 61115111 33,221 11.11. 111115 114 nam 1.111 we s1aamc1111,ne1 11-1.12s,13.1,11e,1as s11ne111, 111151111111 111 sands, 1-1111111 2:11 531015. 11211111 1111 s111u11111, Mary we sam111111e11,s111 121 sa11111e1su11, 13111111111 221 sa1111E1, 11111111 119,231 s11n11e1s. 1.111113 221. 2:11 Sanders, 511111 1a.221.2as sa11d1191111, M1111 on, 111. 131.221 sa1111111gQ111, mam s2.e-1, 123, 135.221 samangmo. M1111 ss. au, 131 sar11a11q11111, wry 123, 116 Sanws. mu 201 samus, 511111111111 221 sa11s11r1,.1111Ay 211,221 sam, 1211311 no,1os.1o9,12e.1211,1:11,11s. 139.2114 snvme. MR. FnANc1s -15,2511 s11111ry,ca1r1y 11s sa111ry,o111111111 221 sca1111111y. Barbara 231 scr1a11111. E11 231 s1:r111:r11a1,1.111a.1 11s,1ss sm-12515. MR,LEoNA11u 231 Scr1essB,Ca1hY 221 scnme, Don 222 s11111u111. H1211 39. 45. 20l. 2ao s11r11a1e. Hon 222 sauna, 11111111111 222 scnvassar. Davu me, 126. 1:14, 116. 2-13 smm1111.s1e11ua 204 smmiul. 1111112 2114 sa1m1111, Randy 231 sn11m11z. 0111111111 111 s1:r1m11z. Pam 222,242 mm 111 Sunmorl. Sc!'1V1DIdel.Uary 111 s1:r1r1n111er,.11111e 204 scnnsiuer. Nancy 127.222 5311119111111 211111115 -ss, 111 nec Kamy 171 Schoen D11 Schoenmck, Len 237 Sd1n11,Nul11 203 ska 222 Sahnulen, BA schramm. D11ub1e 237 Schvamm. Tmrin 1:13. 171, 253 Schreumr. Um 237 Sclvellmr. Karen 45. H61 204 Sdwuetar. Lmda 237. 242 5ch11e11n,J1m 112,204 Smmlxz, L1r11111 204 SMH, JHI 115,238 s1 11111111, 6111111111 115,119 s11wx11m. c11111n 222 snakes, 01131113 2115 510103, P11111 2:15 310135, sr111r11n 222 smnu. 311111133 222 S1onu,Dmn1hy 223 s111r1e. S11-1111 31. 2311.242 s11m1.yp1111r, P111111 2:11: s1ouue1,J11ay 23a s1111r1111111g, Maru 112. 22:1 s11a111ey, 111111111 2311 s1o1.11er1n111g,ae1sy me s111111ef111111g, 311111 as s1111n1us111. P1111111 205 s1r1111111, 11111111 233,212 s111c111, cmay 125. 21u, 223 suunnrnusg. H112 2311 s111111a11, 1:11111 112,125 Su1JI1:w.Pa1ly 233 S111-11m11v, aamara 235 summm, 3111111 2:13 s11pe1, oermie 10.121, 122. aus s1111ar1. R311 23a smnoaa, A1111 223 Swam, 1:21111 125, 211, 223 swan, P111111y 223 sw11111,s11s1111 11,141,2115 SWAN11, Mrss LAF11-15112 31. as swa11.1m1, srmmn 223 Sweer111y,NanLy 209,223 Sweel. Allan 52.90,117, 135,193,2o5,285 Swes1l,Mark 223 Swanzer. Joe 235 T m111s. M155 HELEN 32 1am1111ng, 51211 13,11 111111, 15111111 2311 nf111,111111sa 2115 111,1W1111111:11. 111111 2115 13111. 121111119 wo 1a1111ar1.wy12 135.1110 Taylor, Annu 127, 1:15. 259, 223, 225 Taymv. 11111 223 121111, Bah z311.2as f11y111r, nam 2311 1'11y1111 111111111 113,112 sm111111, 111111111111 222 smuvze. 111111 222 s1:r1111111,ae11rge 111 s1s11.11r111,1'111uy 222 smwanne, cy11a1 231 sm1war1knu1,1.112 231 s:n1111111. f111sse11 es, e1. 911. 117 sumo. v1r1n11 201 scnaasaca. Dubra 2114.233 scovacasa. Donna 204 sw11:111.sr1e1o11 115.111 sm11.cyr11111n 113,231 sw11,Jem119 102.2111 s1:1111,.1a11n 121,111 S1:a11.Jn11n 231 531111, 1.111411 zo-1 sean. H112 2114 see111y.c11111y 222 seeman, mane 231 sm, Juan 2:11 se11z.sa11 111 se111,.1ames 231 SENN, M1ssconnA1NE as sess1e1,111111a 115.2114 sess1s1,ln1111a 119,20-1 sevenson. Mas arsnuvcs 39 sEwP11G111, Mas wav s1-1ym11m,K11111 111 snym11111. 111111 222 s11a11111. M3111 11-1 snanav, M111111111-1 231 snaner, M1111 zua sr1a111ey,s111 2011 sr1ave1.Pam 1:10, 231 S11avu1,Rz.1n11y as 111.511 1:1y1111.u111cas 1111: 1:1y111r, e11z.11w111 239 fay1w.Jn11r1 ss 1ay1m,1v12111 115. 2:12 11y1111,P1-111y 223 111y1111, Ron 239 Taymr, snnme 205 Taylor. smva 1so T1ly1D1,Tum 5B.1111,111a,1a1 ray1uv.v1e111 4s.as,121,123.12s.132,1a1. IBB row, 111111 232 rzmm, Mr. vos1-11No1au :11. 32. 3:1 111511111 Lynn 211, 12, 13, 121, 123. 1311, 111. 1111, 11111, 242, 235, 2se 111s1111,e111111 223,225 111151, MB1111111 1111 Tnamr. Mary 223 Tnarm, sandy 212 1r1esu1m1s, 12:1 11111111211 1111112 205 11-mmas, Mn.oAv1n 15. 211 rnoulas. mss EUZABETH 39. as Thomas. .11111 31, 52, sa. sa, 2:11 1111-111115. L11111111 151,133 111nm3s.Te111 223 11111mns1m, Dave 1111 1r1a11111mr1, Dahva 223 1r111m11f1af1.Gf1args 2311 Tr1am1111ar1. 1311112 239 T1111111psur1.s1151s 2311 Tr1111mr11111.m1ce 2:19 N111111. 111111192111 223 1r111m11.cq11w11 11u.1-11.1s1.1s9,2e3 1111Qr1.amr11 911,223 sv11111.11111111f1 2114 Shaa, Dame! 115, 177 SHEFLER, MPI JOHN 45 Sheilon, Flnblrl 114.204 5hlBV11S1Gnry 207 5l'11eld5.JIr1'l 20-1 s111v111y. P11111 222 11mfv1w1g11,L111a.1 121 rmxay, Nyla 2-12 1'11111n11, s1eve11 2311 1111111-11, may 121, 121, 223 11111011 1111111 205 T1u11111. n1cha111 239 md11.c1111s 131.1119 Index 301 Acknowledgments Almanac Staff . Editor-in-chief . . . .. ..197O . . .Gary Daniels Academics Editor . . .Dave Schlosser Activities Editor . .. . .Elaine Louie Bookkeeper . . . .Diane Patterson Classes Editor . Copy Editor ....... Organizations Editor . Photo Co-ordinator . . .DyAnne Oetinger . . . .Jerri Gilbert . .Steve Harmon . .Peggy Calkins Seniors Editor .. ..Shelley Fadness Sports Editor . . ..Teresa Johnson Typist ,...... . .JoAnn Hopper Staff Members: Karen Baisinger, Donna Broomfield, Kathy Deal, Debbie Densem, Elizabeth Fosterman, Barbara George, Stan Gish, Sherry Langdon, Judy Lee, Dana Mehlig, Debrah Mosbrucker, Marie Whelchel. Advisor . . .Mrs. Miriam Puckett The Staff wishes to express special thanks to the fol- lowing: Dave Schlosser for the theme poem. DyAnne Oetinger for her artwork. Portland, Chamber of Commerce for pictures on pages 13 and 14. Mike Houser, Taylor Publishing Company Stacy Wong, Wong's Portrait Studio Jack Yeager, Photographer 302 Index T1154, 1511154 55,139,223 rnlnn. tony 220 r1114n5n. c141g 151 rnn11n4n. 51511 112. 223 1 1 M 2 on ny. Yoizen, ary 23 Jnnnrre 119. 205 rownsena, my 235 11551. P111 2:19 111111, M111g15 205 Trac F1 Y. usomann 235 115505. Llmia 127.223 Trask. Tomas 239 Tralhul. T11111m1, Tn1nn1 Pa1r1c15 239 Sharon 223 Dawn 55 95 223 25 . . . . 5 111111fn,D11nn1s 54.2211 Tnrnm. Jun 52. sa, 226. 239. 242, 273 111mr11. Lon 121, 122 Y 5 T 1 1115, ary 223 1n11n5n111s11. Ty151 135, 157, 1111. 259 101151. sam 239 r111n1yL1111. 1411511 239. 257 1111no1,a41y 152.151 1111111111, 1:51111 711, 109. 127. 15.1, 205. 251 rwemn. 111111111 115. 2:19. 242 U uLL11ND,M16s 1151514 35 unswnrlh. Cindy 151 Nu5war1r1,Dnnny 21:5 1Jnv11111cn, c1111 205 u1u:11r1. u111:1511. valdus. vmmn. Lunatic 223 51151111 2:19 V Amma 223 11m1nn 223 vannvsanll, Eaa 223 v L 11 205 ance. vance, 111 a RanliY 239 v11nc11111111, Evannc 205 vamenny, P2111 151 v11na41p1141..111n1111v 239 v 111111 5 4 239 4 zur. an y van U1lvler1,Da1a 62,223 van Troyor. 551111115 124. 125. 205 van Sinenwyk, Debra 223 Vassar, Joann 110, 153. 151, 159, 244. 295 VAUGHN MH GLENN 4 , 5 v1111111511y. 1.1111 N115 2:19 v51111, 511111111 2:19 v11i1n. 141554 239 VUFIQSS, MBIIHB lil. 295 V17nns9,Nar1cy 205 ver1n1m1. D511 55, 50, 53. 102. 152, 152, zao varmow. Doug 47. 54. 115, 223 v151n1e1r1. 511111 239 VLQNB, DOI1I11S 99, 132. 239 v1nn3. sary 159 31r:ov111a11a. v1cmr 22:1 511. L1n1m 205, 223 v1111n1111.e1a11 2:19 varw1r1.Juy 205 W w5qn11111. L511 220 w11r11.n5r111111 121,205 w11n1. Don 1112 wars, Pam 230 W1111111111111. .lay 79. 2:19 w11114n1nn,.1nnn 54.2115 wiu D 15 121.152 5 rap, av walker. F1112 205 walker. Mundy 22:1 w1111. Delores 223 wauace, warms. wanms. w.111111s. .1011n 79.21111 Camy 2:15 Dooom 152 D1an.u 205 wa11111s.Harry 223 w.1rz, meow 59. 121. 209. 223. 28:1 warm: , Jam 239 warn, Donna 74. 75. 75. 205, 255 wa111,Ellor1 223 wma. J1m 2115 Ward, Kar111111r1 205. 256. 256 war111u1I1. Vlckio 255 warner. 111111 2:1 wnmuu, Kaiy' 115.121.122,1:12.1111, 152 wnrrnn, C111 y 2:15 warren. 141111 2:15 W:1sr1nm. Mariana 1:14, 205 Waxerhause. Rodney 02. 63, 79, 58. 239 w11111r115use.P1u1Iar1u 223 w41111r1s, Mary 121,12:l.126,1:l2.159 wana. w1111an1 52. 79. 22:1 WAX. MH PH1L1P 22. 40, 269 weavo Wann. webov, waber. wamr. wnbnr. wubor. WEED. weeks. weeks. w r. L1r1a:1 152 M1115 75.223 111 205 Lany 121,125,255 171141111111 22:1 11111121 219 v111111 2:10 Mas 112LEN 245 Glenn 239 14211411 .152 1:111cn,M1cna5 2:19 wmss, M1115 70, no, 124. 127. 223. 205 w1111111n11111r11111, inn 115. 1:12. 152 w111:n. syn1n111 11:1, 152 w4111n1114n..14an1111 205 w4111nq10n. 111417 22:1 w4115. swvon 239 w11n11511, 51111 205 Werner, S140 205 ww, 0111115 205 w1r11, kmn 223 w5914m.511n 121,223 W111111411111-1, 11141 152 wesxwow, may 2:19 wn1111151. 1:51114 239 wr11111151. v1c1n 130 w1151cr141, 51.1111 105.121, 155.1 WhllOD w1111e. w111111. 51-111 233 wr11e.e1y511 112.225 W11115, r1611f1n5 205 w 115155. c4c1114 135, 205, 203 111, candy 2:15 w1111111y. c1a1g 153 w1111111c1, 511511n 205 1ma11.L61116 153. 255 W Nh J ll 239 me, D 285 Ann 2:19 1111 WI11111 10 4111. 5 wmmarn, sanay 109, 193, 242 wienscke, 1115 1:41110 22,23 w111n4111,r.1a1y 114.2115 W11151111111, 1111-1111111 114.205 w111111n5, c111sn11 205 William, 5310313 116 w1111an1s. Jenn1151 :za w1111nrn1. .16 242 w1111111n5. 51111 133, 2:19 W111111, 61151114 59,225 w111111. s111v11n 245 w1111n4n. 5a11151n 127. 132. 224 w111111an. 111554111 255 W111 T 117 B9 on, erry wllsor1. Dan 46. 121, 153. 263. 264. 255. 292 w1116r1, 1115111111 153 Wllson w1145n. 11 w11511n..111y 121.12:1,140.153 w1154n. 1111115 59.224 w11s11n Mnrrlyn 55 2:15 w11s11n Wllstlfl Od 224 w.1s4n, s115 239 w11s11n, Susan 2:15 w11s5n.1411y 117,205 w1110n.hn1 111, 255 w1151111. 15111 239 W11141511151. 5151111511 239 w1m1w1s111. Par sa w1n11g21411n.o1111n:1 205 wmgarann, 111111 239 w1r196.11111-1111111 224 w1n1ers. 111111 224 w1111n5,o11nn4 133,223 w1111n111n1, cr141n1 154 wts . 1:1 224 onnrgu 224 rs 11 2:19 :Penny 121. 153.2115 51 nnnn. 111.19 w1511n15n, Mary 240 w1111101v. 11m 240 w11111u1v. Lnny 205, 207 W111111111411. 3115114 2116 wol-1LD, Miss susm 1:15. 43, w11n151s. Nanq 55,224 wa111. ferry 240 w611.c1.111 205 w111141. 141111 224 warn, 12111115111 127. 206 w11111. vm 110,141,154.299 w1-1111114, 6111114 154 w1111q.D5-n1s4 224,252,253 wang, 15111917 245. 255 wmg, 11111:na41 se, 79. 243. 242 Wong. 1111115221 224 w1111..11n1n1y 55 wa11a.Los1ee 154 wwmn. Danna 224 wumwaru. Dam 240 W11114514, Gena 75.224 woonnause. Rosemary 224 wonny, 51111 224 wa04s,P2n1 154 WQ1111514. cl an 205 W1111111-111111. gave 240 wQn11a14,G11na 621224 wannw1111-1,Rn111111 154 w11111111a111. 5111111 240 w11111111:111.J11411111 154 wn11n11915n, 521111115 155 w11nn1ng111n.Donar11 224 w11n111ng15r1, 11111 224 w1111r11ng15n. 55141115 113, 205 w1am511aw.1.111111 224 wma. 5115511 ss. 240 wnqnr. Gayle 191.206 wngnr. 1.14152 125. 205 wnqieswnnn. 05111115 79,240 v11111,11111n1y 224 w11. L4w1e11ce 205 wyau, Fmyn 52.63. 240 wyun. M4111 55. 51, 59. 155, 255 wy1115n1, .1511 240. 275 Wynkoap. 151511 224 Y Yaburn, Sivan 255 Vanaslx. kazur1111o 2411 va2zo11n0, Mary 224 yarn, J111111n 155 vurk, Lrrmz 240 v011ng, Dan 62, 53. 240 42 VOUNG, MRS GWVNDOLVN 39 yo1111g.Lyn114 205 vuung. S1415 155 vuungaell, Karan 224 YQWUII. Pauli 245 Z Z1111411, 51111195 224 z11144111.ca411fg11 147.155 z111114111.11414n 2116 z111g1111, K1111 205 ze L Miss Mmv 37 L , Zellner, Camlyn 32. 110. 155, 253, 252 Zmlsann. Bob 99. 154, 206 z1I11, .1511 206 Z1rr1rnerrnar1..Jan11:e 155 Z T11 a 224 1m111e1r11an. was Z11111, 111011155 240 Rei ijt eonard Gehrke checks enrollment of the new National Honor Society members. ' vi 5 'M' Mr. Gehrke eaves Teaching "I don't have any definite plans as yet, except that l'm not going to retire as such. l'm too interested in doing things-l'm not ready for that rocking chair yet!" These were the comments of Mr. Leonard Gehrke who has taught for 26 years, 10 at Franklin. This is a man who sold his oil business to go back to teaching because "I liked teaching and being with the younger generation. I wish l'd changed five years earlier." ln addition to teaching, Mr. Gehrke coached for 18 years. This, he believes, helped him to realize that all people have different personalities, an important concept to him. Mr. Gehrke feels that the most gratifying thing he has done has been his work with the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Portland, since its founding in 1948. 1 1 . . 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