Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR)

 - Class of 1971

Page 1 of 306

 

Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collection, 1971 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1971 Edition, Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1971 Edition, Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1971 Edition, Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1971 Edition, Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1971 Edition, Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1971 Edition, Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1971 Edition, Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1971 Edition, Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1971 Edition, Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1971 Edition, Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1971 Edition, Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1971 Edition, Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 306 of the 1971 volume:

1- ,-1 ,1.,,. 1- .....,., ,.1111. 11.11,., 1 .-.11, ..., 1-11.1. 1 1 ,,.. 1-1-11'-1 ' 1 1 , 1 - 1 , . 1 ,..- 1-1 1-1 1 ,11.1...1 1.1.1. .. .1-1 . .,. , -I-1-1.1-1.1 1 1--1r1, . 1--- - 1-1 1-1 1.1 .. , 1.1.1 111 11,1111 111.1 f 1111 -.11 . --L.. , .1-1.1 1. .1 1.1. 11111. 11-1-1 . 111- . , 1.. . ,..,,. 111.1 1--1. 1-1.. -11 1 ,-511 -1. 1 .... 1 ,1-1 1 n---1 1 111 1 1 ,1.. ,.. 1 11. 1 -11 1 1 . I ..,. 1., 1 --1---1 1 1, 1-111. -1 -1 1-1-11-11 --11 --H 1-1.1. . 1 1 1- .11 . .U 1 11-.1 ... ..,.,... ,' 1 1.1.1, 1 1.1 1 11, 1,.,.1 -,,, 1-1 .., .1. ... 11... 11. .- 1 1111. 1. 1 1 1... .,. .-111111. 111 - 11 l1....1 1. r . 1 1.1.1 1 1 1. -1 A-1 .1,., 1... . 1 1.,.,..,, -.1 ...,, 1 -. 11. 1.. 1.1 1 1 '-11 f 1 .1 11. 1 1.1 W... 1111.1 .1.1-11. 1 11, K 1 1 1 1 1.11, -1. .11 1 ...1-1 1 .. 111.1.,, . .. .., 1-1 1.-11.1-. , 4. 11 1 . ...,, 1 1-1 1. -1- 111 1.1.1.1 ,, 1.1,., 1 .111.. Q V.. VN 1... .1.- ,. 1 . 1 -1.-1. 1. ,,,', ' 1 , D ,11 ,.-..., ' 1 , A 1. ' '- A 1 . D., V -- -1.1 1..., ' 11,, '- 1 1.1 , - 1 ' 1 .,. 1 1 1 --1 1.1.1 1 , . -.'..,. 1 1... 1...1..... 1 1 1... .111.1 11, , .VV '.- 1... H I , , Wx.. . .,.,. ,, .1 ..., --1-1.1...,,.,,. - -- .1 1. ,., .,,,,, 1-11.1.1.1 .. -, N"--------1. . 1--..1..-1 ' 1 11... ,fif----11.11.1110 ,...1 .. " ""' - 1 1 ' ' -1 ---111. . , 1 ' - .. ... .,. ' '---- 1 ... 11.1, ' . "V ' "" 'H-1. 11 ,. , ,' " '-1.1 ,., 1. . ""--11. 1- ----1.1.1 W, ' ---1 .---1 --1- 1.. ,, .1-1-1 ,, "' --' --111..1 . -,. --'--'111 11... ' ---'-1-- - ., , - 1 1..1..-1- -,11... ... ' '----1 -1111.,..1.., " ,. ' " " .1-1 .,.. LN' F' H, .1.1..1.. 'nk' N.-Q. .,. .1. .-.1 ,,,,, ,,.,' W H . L 1.1 , , 1 1.- 1- 4 .111111-11..1., ' ' ' " '-' 1 , ' -.1.,.,. ..1 . , U - 1 ,.. , I 1 -1 --1 1 111,.1,.,... I. ' ' 1 - 1.1.1, , I 111. ..: L,l,nR,'lA:. 1 .1,-:bf ml-1. . .,., .,., ,MM by ' il . 11.11-1 . .111 11.1111 ,111. ""-1 -11-1.. , IU, - 1...111-1 ..11--...., ,wmv 1.-1 1-1,1-111. ,, V M4 ' - - 1.1. -1 1..,,,!A1'1. 111 .. ,un 1 ,.. .,,,'u 'ln . .-. 1 ..... 1.,, ,ul 1 1-1., 1 I , W, -1 - 11.1.1 1 I "" '----1-11. 1. 4 ,, " D B -1 1-1.1 -.1 --...,.,,. .1111 --11-1 .- .,.,, 111-1-1.1, .,,, '-- .W 1 .. .. 1, M 1.1 , ll' NM' 'H 1..1. . 1....1 , . -1111... ""' 1 1, .. 1 ...vm - 11.1-. 1. .-,., - 1-.- 1.,.,.1 1.1 1... I -D -11,1,.1.1 V . , U' ul D , 1 1 .., ,.,,,,. .1 - .1 . -- -11-1--11.1-1-11 ,. 4 , , In I' 4 ..., .,,.., ---1-1-.1. 1 , 'V-H .1-, 1--..,,. ,.. ,- -1 11.. . ' --v -1-1. . 1.1 .. . 1 .. .,., ru 1 .1. 11 , k .-. 1 , , Q ....1 11... , , .1 1.1.1111 ,WN 4.4 1.1-1... -1--1- -11.11. .1,.,, I -1 1 1 .,,. .,, ,.,, - -,,..,,,,.,, ,Q H -1 -U' 11. 1.1, ,., - 1 , h 1- --.1..: 1.... .I 2' "-f' 111. -111 1 11-....- '.,.1.1.. " ' - --1--1.1.1. , , ' -"lf 1. .1.1 ' " 1 ,v.'A"- 1.-1-1... 1..1,, ,VI ' -- 1..-.11.,. " "' --M- . 1..... - 1-1- 1..,,, ..,,, .11a111.1,,, 1- - 1... , 1 1 1-....11.. 1. Q-1. 111 1 1 .. 1 ..1 1.. ,.. , 1-1,1 1, 1...1 1.4 , 1-1 . .. 111 1,, 1 1 1 1-1 1. 1-1 --11-1 ' ' ' ' " ' .. ,,. P 1 1 1 1 -1-11.. ..,. , ., "1'- 1-111 1U ,., 'v---1... ..... ..., .. --11. , -1.1-.., .11 ,. ' 1-1. .1.1-11. 1.- 111.1 . 1 1 1... ..,':, 1 . 1 . --.11 1.1, 1.. 1.1.1, 4. . 1.. .1 ..1 1... - 1...1.1,., ,, -111. . - 11111 ..... . . - 1--- 1 - 1, . .. ' 1 - 1.1-- 11.. 1 ,,.,, ' 11--. 11... A "H W Y .1-1. ,,,,-M ' ., ,-,, Q H ' - -1 ,.1 1 ,, . . , , A ,.... -1.11-1....,,,. 'nw 1--1.. ,..1 ..,. ,M-Ak - - 1-1 1- 1 -1. . . - '-v-f- .,, --1.1 .,.1. ,, W, 1- , .1....,..,, - 1, 1 -1- -1-...-. .. " -1 A l -1 , , 'IV 'M 11. 1 ..,,. . U H . - U . 1 .... ,, I I, 1 -- -1 - ..- ,. ,, -- ff .-1.1 , - . 1 " ' - -- .. .. '- -1 ' 'f'- 11- . ' I ...1--1- ... ,,,Q . 1 1 ' ' 11. lv. 1 -1----..1.1:...,,., . - - -- 1-.1 1 11.1 ..,. ,,. , WM". , 1 11 1- , -1 .. ,. .W 1 . 11.1. .. - . .. . 7,7 . , ,., 1 ,,,.. 1 .. .1-1... . ..... .. . " 1 I- 1,1 , . 1. --1,-..,. "' .-1 - ,, . 1. 1 .' "1 - 1 " ' --1 111 1-1- - 1.1 1-1--1.1., 1.1. - 1. .1-1 , - . ,, ll 117- 1-- 1, ' ' 1 1 ' - -1. .11 ' 1, 1 1 ,. 1 Q I 1.11. .- . , . - 1- -- 1-. .1.1 ' , "' " -1-. . . ,. 1. 1 , .111 1 ' ' ' - - -. .1-1.-.- 1. A 1 1,1 4 1 1. . ,, .N -4 1- 1.1 1, , K -:1 I1 . 11, , .1-11... . - 1 ' - ' 'I '11- 1. N U Q 1 1 "' ' '--- 1: "' .. .1 ,. -11 1-. 1 1 r-.1 ..-,. 1 .,1-. ..1. .1- 1 ' 3 1 1 . , 1 - 1 1 , 1 1 1 ... 1 f-1 1 1--1- 1..,...1 1 1 1 1 1 , , 11,41 1. ,. ..,, 111.1., -1.1 -1 --1 --.1 -. 11 -1.1 1 1.1.1 --11 . 1-1 1- - 1-11 , ,. .1 ..., 1 1. 1. 1.1-- .-1 1 1-.1 "l'. 1--1 1-. 4 1.1 1.11 . 4 1-1 1 .. 1 .. 1 I - 4 nv .. J' ' lv -ids' Wk lla: N 'F if 2 5 Il! 4.10 .Vrirq Phil 'Him F 'lon -1 M 'film '-ml!-' IFS -4-pq. wiv.-u v ' . -vu Q FC has ' 73114 mu-pf lb un o 4 7 T hh V?-'TLT Nl . -pg 'VPIUIQ .ul .111 vb nn- mins: ann nn 1 wa V V51? nn Q1 up li - .mn 4 V- nhy- l bhp I Phi -V -svn 0 0 mx V V275 Nl" V - 'DIN Q I ll 1- '7.71'l N010- I' 'nga' Ib W '1,.'1 QI Az-V-V H 0 TLS' 'kt-I 9 I Q u -In l 'r 1.01, 'hun al li V ish is Q n A Mull va I' I D .,. V... Num me Q 'N hz- llld 4 4-zz: -ng O-Ff NUM I in 4 kl- he-1. -v ls 1 1. -4 'UNI +4-V V r-1 'I'-L Q --ho- '-'13 VV 4 IEE: M mu 2115? 'R-3, V-aff V ' V w- V- A V V .VVVWVgVpVVVV.xmmVf -VV "555531f"""'1"212I VV A V V V ' M . . V L. Mmm ' ' ""5"nbnE1m-A 'N ' 'W W fr 1.54.4 .."1'T?"' Ihilmgv .J "' "' "-"0-nf:'.IJ" " M' "fP'qPm4v Axim: nur- .... ' "' " 1 nh.-...L....U ' hh! th. 'Mn' 'L' " ' 0-in 7 'vmu "" nu . .4 4 -. Lu. " :- ov n u ' " nv' mmm ,,, , -'mmf ,, muur nu nf hh" ' ' 'V n. r-. 1 un U' Ill jjj-LJ6 iffy! Qfjf3 ,ind 04- ..,,V,Ve, 46,16 ig'-1:5 ! O C! J 1 7' ff if ,ZJQQVD 35 'Qmu' 4.15, at ,,... My nice Wy CQVHQQ ufvie, ou GVN YVICLVN UU! S66 7621 0416 f4fac57L Qccle E+6VUi PVL. 53. . V.. ...V ,, 5 1.111-:nvvwlllur-4vn.a4f. Q J IC-t .V,..mJhQ'f-:Vigil-..'..'I'.J' M 'Y233-MV 5152. 2f'3..'3V If 3" 1 .n4Nu-4V.u.,....,,, 4 ' ,qua I- vw Q 4 V uf, WWW .VM V. -V, VV ,VV W .. W' - 'awww - -V , .., ..,,. ,,, ........-..,...V -V -...... .......-.... m ,,,,,,,,,g3g55QVVVV. ... ......,. ,,,g:3g3g5-,:'Vf:-,::'::::.-.V,.. .V ....3,,,Z1':' +A . f:..:..I... V 1-.:1:!:'p'.':'y3-mx.. .1... ...f.'232'-ggvswzgm: 3, VK. '!i2f2f:331,h V' .gghufmygghil-3VV..... ... Nz. 43 g . ,,,,,,Y,,,2, in ms . . V . jam- I, X., .M MM q ' fu. .s-V. M... ,fyytvm-3:9..,...nu.. ,. , lj-'-yq-f ummm... -1. . . 'N LV 'Vmmu r-m-.. Q, N -V.: ...V . . , . . , H, '1 Im . Nw .J My 1 --N V. . ,U JN" ' ma V-LV ul.. ....,,,,. ,-a, +-an K -LV V f M I W 7. , . ,. ,M W .QV . .. :n..,. .- Um V. 1.....V,.gg,,, . ' 4- V3---:VV--.. , L.,,, ' lr' V' 11" :V ' ::z.p:g1""r'jV--r-F5--- -V.V..,, H I VW DV... A, ,,,,, H 1 VIN 'wg . ' mi' '45 1 .' I "L 1' '01 ., ' '5 , 1. I I- ' i L , " 1 V . M ui' "X 55' 'vi-:fu , U ' 'nv 4 V . 1 W 4 M575 - V. ' H' V' ' W -,L L -f ',' V ,, n VV, VI' 'gl V M 5 V f ,j'.-1-IAQQLH, ' '- " 2 Hu M N' V , VL ng, , , .'Tjj,,,1,,,jg,,j, ' ,,,L,j,A,ff,, ,r . V ........'.n"T, .. '. .. .-h L, .-r 'ki V. V . ,,- ' WZ. .-,fmfn L+- .V 11- -1TZfIfIfI7L'!1zCL:::1r:f.::fftf V ' x:,f,V-fV-- -2:Vr::::..:,-:nm V-1' - V:-VV. 11.11, -V ws' I1.,f"u1..,Vn.,:"r' W. H -:- V , mg ibf-V'lf1ZZl.'fl,..l.,.I """'ff'-'V V V my . HI V L',..,,,, . ' V V . V VV -em " O 2' ' 3 P 3 'W Gb V L In ' 7 , v I, . fm . - ' N ' N 1. E' ' rl ' V I 5' V 4 - Q - V S 1 N A , 5 b I - f' . f' '14 C, ', V rib .I 1. J , - -I-:lg X V . ' ,f - ' f' Y - . V ru " , ' - . , V q -V O VV ' QV: , V A ' KIT ' EL ' - f 1 I 'f ' ' N . 5- I - 'P Va L it A I , . V JV ' 5 '-V L:-: I V l .. f V1 I 1 'V V I X " J ' V ' I ' V J ' 7 Y g I", L V . 1 1 V 1 1 .1 X V A K - ' X 1-4. P ' L ' M 5 lllvi V V , 1 V, - 1 4 lg V Va., 5' 1 N Y 1 , ' " J --P 'lj' A V, VNV- H, ' V' und? -' '.f.,'Y',i' V 'V V a 4: f-l- .9 V, J ' V , - ' V Y 'mfg VV 1 V "N I1 , Q' . V l.V..,, V ' in ' I '.l'0, -3 VV: I 'A , W Vw, V . V . V -N --1. lalfjg V4 : : I ' - ' - ' V VV :fi ' V VV ' V W' I . . - f V ' -lg - , V' V . 5:00, X-I --'Exif - ' ' 1 5" f1vQVj.l?VV - ' - Z A ' 112172 , i -1 1 1 - ,. ' .. - 1-hl A, V ' , A, ' V , , ,V V V .V V, . v V . V .J V - . ii. 5. Fl, 'Q . , l-I-g " 5 Q g' ' " 1 ' gl: qv ' 'V' . zq, fvli.: V h I v V H V I V qs- ' f2a?4,VV: gg V f ' ' ' 1 . V q V.V,jV' 4 V- I' X- ' V ' . ' .. ' V f: .dh q.f??f.5:.i2F'- b ' . .,.V. V k V V "V Q -4 . I.. .V Vi qv? -' , gm, l-.5 .sVV,r,,.,k . V . VV Q1 5 'fx fur-N Q I 'wr 54' , L " I - T., iV.1V9,, ' 'N M ' ' qu H lin .:..A I TV, Q13 V , ' .' 1 V 2 V.:.V. 9,3 . V r V A S 9111, JT' V' 5- '- V ' V , ' . ' il -NL K , 'V4 I ' , Vi' "4 I ' ' ' Y mm... , V- ,, . , V .,, , V Q A . fm W V - A Y L- v. :V . x V Q V V , 1 Vu p. V V h , . V 1 ' V , V ' Q in ij - .. I , i A -1:1 , , - ' , Ve.. " e . n ' ' ' V: V - I o V , M . ,V ' i V 6 Q ' '-ilhh ' " V ' A r A V l V ,V V S . 1 ' A , .2 V 4+-' ' V f V., F A . I '1 I . ' V '7 V twin K' n . V 4 V 0- Q ' , .- N . ,I ,, 1 . ,l V . ' -1+ . f V l-hu -' V f 5 1 'O ' 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 ""' ' - ab' as 'I . , . -s 1 xi . M' ' an ' ' ' 4 V' " V If ' I J V e ' , ' V f gpg I I Ml , ' .V l . :Hg 1 V V 5 , o-v- ' V fad' . . - A V.,. 1 I 1 I' I , I , .. V . I Vg wh V O 'V , - L P l I me V 3-f f , xg? Q' by , . N W Ex :N Q X: q ., H ' F I ' 1 i , N N .xfxv-wxggwxx, ..,- q ,af + A NNQJ W fix Vwff -JV U ' 0 -Q 5- .1 , kr L Wy :WU 4 A xx y X' 1 5 XB K Nm wi X. mmf mg I K 0 f W MQuUCUvWMJW'y Q 4312 Q 53 A QW, - G5 JW V . , e Um wr Swv? UMVLL, S j5uQpc5uQ.Q Q VQXXQMXQS Jgjpvd Q3-LQQ Q Jkvzklun. SMH ima 5awfv'UJxJL ,hm 9,054 USES nm ww md, litmus? OU0LC I' .Q YTXQOVQA uma L U QLQCLQQ C5 N' XJ - 1 30.051 A A 'MM ggigwx 'LWURQ img NCQQVLQKQQW 'QMVVY Ow g 93 LKOTA fy. , .?3g9mbM f JBWQ ,uifiigfirwgfo wfrugpyb Cjpwnge www Qmmwto 0C3ufJfzTaW34zuf0 GZ HM JQMQQXQM iKrv .dp M -' JYYUZSP -Uni .JZQM Ou U"QfYMQ'Y W L mf QT may W, S6219 QA. U lm 5? gYgQmUwAQQQ5uCLx mfEl Cvwifm UWWLQULOUV 10 Wwfm UMD LEU. mb W WSKWQQWMZJZ wiswjkjw GO OWXDX AJ Udhlkilm ap. ' WL JSM uhm, USED- Q0 -GZWWXE T had WWW uw P Od X-Q1 0. Qmmgm KWH Mwmm WMS www di0g'i6lQfn wi QM Cvfvvcmol - JM5LMWLwui3'Xjgmbw W ml my U09 www -WJ 1 QC? , pf2f?2, M5ziwmfUQzf mimmuifn full www , CMN UMLL 'TjBm'bvvM JMD w V651AA3L M f www WW Qu fff, Wfomg f f ' O N, to ww Summa W Lgfmwmf gwhfly I T15 , M 5Af5?3f55fq'li'Q23ff NPUif23? 9 A 'A' 'E Oifgfyg U E? 1 mm: .M?VWh 'A AQ- WA hi 59' w Q Ai , 14 H 1 C ..,'. V ALMANA C 1 971 if . , :VV I il' 1 li :ix 32, in QQ I its it A "-...ii I ww W -- V1 L .X ff ff L, AWK , " A --' X- TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION .. ACADEMICS FALL ACTIVITIES . . SPORTS ..... GROUPS 8 STAFFS STAFF S ........ CLUBS ..... GROUPS .... WINTER ACTIVITIES . . SPORTS ...... STUDENT BODY SENIORS ..... JUNIORS ....... SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN . . . SPRING ACTIVITIES . SPORTS .... INDEX .... 5 W - A X ,S-f I' VN veg X JF, 1 :XFN H 18 64 82 96 .....107 .....120 .....I30 .....I45 .....160 .....2I2 ...H232 .....2-18 .....266 .....284. ........290 Jax JV 5, . if oy' GJ if' 511 JUST C ,VV UM xg Aw QXGQSLWQ ,.f V wwf ' 'I N QT .yy J ff, N N Q wx Li U X 60 ff-7 ,if fm? an ..-.... mg , J. ,bv 1 .. R :z. 4 ,N , A: mm . K 4 ' .. F yy 1, me Q ,W K X N ' - im, 5 f In 'Q tp xg ' XL ff, 'K Q. ,-f.xs."' ww' if ,wwf N45 M-og K' M L Wm ' Y h A M .4-+ V ,iw A 4 if 51 'f L .jf k .wan L fe as Q5 Q- 'gigs iam' .Q x in 'i 'X ., ...X N Wm, ..., J. .iil wxyg www., Thv lonely man has few friends. Lend him a hopeful glancv and a warm snail? Give of yourself, and a secret knowledge and understanding is foreverrnore WMS L i Y a -.N K-..,,mWmW 'W ' ,. ,,,, 5, L MN wk JJ , rxY'5'5 X . ' Ry "J ,Axw, if N JJ Wx 1 LDQI ' W xfw N? 2 'IN X0 KJ 1 v U 55 xr WN JJ x : In xg Vp QXQM Ju W gag I M 0 Hip is WMM ' va OW Y ..-4' ,, f ,," Friendship is growing. Let it Comm f N NJ Q , xl v R' 1 J' " ! x F Nm.. 'K x' V - I' LX-2 x fx f 5 ' 5X 'X , rx Lf X :fi X ,Lo J x, ,WX F X -X . f A N .A Together you can open up the "kL f . . oooo f Pndlvss hlahways of Your mmd. ,.,,o A x ' ' K 1 X l . I X . ,f ' V 'F K fi?-1 ' ' 1. QYXBXKQQ bakxxxyllx Wim m Explore the unknown w 3 lj 'N N QR ai Q gg S v .E ' . i '14 3 ri ' F X . a -ig S 5 Q, Unlock the mysteries of life, and Build together what the one could not ttt" E t A 'Itt'tt .. t tit ,- ,,,. m,.,..t. iii on it 'vvtt wit Q 4 Q X K x t. xt 9 g .1:t.vfmig5yQ5fz' A K Xfiyfgg H..,,.::1,.,,p,g,EiZ12 JSSKQEEAEFQS:-I 3 gfxgg,ga.iw gs,eiegLf,M:w,, mssgseaffszss ' :S Q f to W3 Qszssf 14 f 15 Y W 'M 7 Q fi! F4 1,5 'gf'-Q W I J 5 'Q LP' 4 in f N , - ' 4 jx ffl? U M 'V' 'yi Q4 V .X RJ ff: vxwi L --- , ,,,,,,,, V 'Hwy' I5 .. W, -"5 'lil NLM.,-. 'k""-"kv-f - . '.,', If-'Q .MN ',T M- J. 99 .--x uw.-, f - n--4-V J- . H ,. 'L E5 .. ,xfvjswmwxt mxxasqpfb S 71:-.W Qskwrlv yy ' QQ "A N 'ZS WM ' "Nw-"'Hw- 4 -54 xI 'E.:-I:-V.: 51 als gf XM 5 44314, .4,,,.: 7-,Jw-gxwv'iw l L K ,,. wx: .45 1 , V1 uwwvxl-ftvg-rx . fi M.,4x1cNXx1gvg'w,fi S 4- W- E NWI ,.?r H 'YC l Hw"s""'-hun, ff- f.-3 .1 'M 'NU.uyu.,.,.,-- , .-1 I 7 I N f 1, ,ff ,154 iff TW' M- 121 Fig! HxvLwV.,11'1'x-5 5 ...nz -'H wgunv... nh., K Alun HH -Q .. v U , UI, ',',A L" 'L 5:1 'JI IZ QKAAV-A fuk-U' 12. ,El his ul un, m,,,,,,,J ff 4 4, "3 'W 'V-' N- ...I 'li va' Fifi' M . . c.L.W'L1f Mf69'W'?'f'N111q ,. 733 '5 .-.'4 51" " 'VW I 4- J .A.-for -f7'2fi'f:"Qfi"-M1254 f pi Q44 'fu U .'...g., r.,, K.. ., I 4 fi ra 1' . .v . 24. 4'-11- az! 'll x m 7 ' I 4 42A '-'- 'K r 'Mi'-"i"'f4 'V , 'gl H3 ' ,1 H' .411 f f 4' 4 ,'- - 5 -' '.-z ' fi' -Qu 1" 7 , ,' 1, 51 "W f l " Y K K- 1, f 1 "3 fag ' ' 1-1 - 44 :li Va 23' A ' .H . . ff: f - 4 --2: ' 44 fy mf, If 'f f . . . ,L , 4 ff :mlb-A U w!'f4'."A LI, X 1,1 :LL K7-Q, - 442123. iq 1 W R 11. ,, l ff ,f ' -.., ' MA! "4 -"'4'-'q47'W'5T55f"F"-'-xrmzf-.V--.- v ft 1 - 7 ' - ' A .ff' A - 4 1' qrfi-.png-.4, f'1Hfs:-574:q,:f,- 4' ff gf,' ,, , W, 521i ,4, . 4 4 my 'f fkl K' . 4, ' " V f I I " Na' IJ, rr ",W:'71"4? 15"f'y'1hv-X ' ,KI-Y if ' 7 -. :U -H' "Jo :Zi-' - f ' H1 nL'I 1' fry. M - if f ff Q4 an 4 --'44, . ,. ,I . A.,7'l'l MR 'A 11 1, Hgixjf M-,4 fl' - B 2 1 nk," 4:1 1:1 Flax, 7 X I .il 5 . N ,Q f - Bas. mf ' 1 ix 9 m 4 64 4 ii., 1 N V v. -1-?K,.,:,T- IJ, 17 I Y, ',j'f'm?jfqrv V WWI. I E539 ' W 4 4' . ' " 4 4,4 . H- X, , .. ,AV U M. V ii'-f I X ..,, :J M - I Vx 1' ' 4 44 - . A v -A if ling ' v - I f :J A2 '4 gf- -v Y ' ' Y X - 4 A, - 'T' 271 a--. ,, , X Wi, vi, , "-'- YV 4: QQ- , , 4 - X 4 ly, ,, Y Y ' I ., . fn' KI' my W ft1',47',.v , Kms '. '.'1i'.27?5.Q'fpj,',i,rQg3g, wi! , l.' - 3 th W ,-"Qty,-,:,,,,4E-- 4 , H , -1: L.. 1,7 Fx l X - V , A.. 4. , ul . , ..,f.-.1-.-,IW I x -' .4 . K ,.,3,f- M- , A , ,..a7I. 11, 4 ' 5.3 H4 iff .4., '-' 1 'Q-fgwgx -- 'R' f - 3 ,X In -iv-'ri-mg f ' - -f :1 T' " -f'XffSff . 4 , . , -- ,- '-" '47 v" 4 4 - ' 4 .. X v- 1 'N QM ff Y7,4z'2C 'f1y,gzr3wm '4'4.'fE,g1gQfa:4,,wgfa: 'Q " .-5 - - J, 4 , .F A W Q 4 A f I 1 A , 1Vm,Ei.,5JM-,-,W H My A ,X -"J - X l k ,Y ,M , I. - ull., rn , -..-..,-...Z "'- -.. - ' ci' .gg any -. , I NX . 1. 1 2 N N xx ' 44 U E x - . H Q , Q X 'eh'-.-1 ..,,x ---- xt1fA , fb ' 5 - V ' ' 4 Q n x 4 AX Y - TY H V E f 16 I 4 ' K X 1 f - 4 1 f f' X - T Y ....-.-.... 1 L X l ACADE ICS z 'J . 4 . . , I X 4 , .- A 1, '4 A , E A .- .wh M- ,- ff f it v'-wie-.-l.-N.,-. P ' ,ff "' -A..'f.Y-Q5 'foffff iq -vw-g -Q ,- W W ., ,. N'-f '-, -.5 .- w ,A V . J. :ff S fl +nlMfJ'.av N - ff S A' WL ' 'MM uPa'v'l::uw-z'm1'-xsmi-za'3rsf1'MaE'Aex. ?, uw..nn.a.M,--nw 4-"W :1UH'1'FYNWf"PiIirj'6'!'5'N5Y- -- ' 'W' """"w: v- . ., -1 x ...,. M- ? V123 W ,..:.'2":::?vt'?x 5' ki' L- i intl: t .'vW,.6f-1N,n,u,.p- A Pj: K I Q M H , xy Lv NM.:-..f Q "if K 'a1i...T sh ff: f M "' fW"""' fi ,ffl 9: ffmw. f Vi jfs . ' qv- -, 5 14 4- ' v 94-if M.. ,G X 5:3 Q, I' .. li. .L Q-:Q X M" NA 'M Q 2:-q " A 1.4 'ff' J- ' bf. 1 f - ,gc if-5 f J fx -a p 1, .W .-ff ,-, .Ei j1NS9E1'Lzii2S3?H?1 W! V 'X I ' . -V . . . J' . h ,-l f 'yy t 1 Q4 rl KX! .I ' x ' f f f A c-. 1 f K! 3 M1 1' . ' 1 f 1' fx ' L f' 1 fx Z 1 K rg 'if .' PV- ' N! P S PM 1' 'ff fu . 'ff F ffm V 'E ,f T' A if ' . 'i- - ' ., ' " gil -3 f. I ling, ' ' 'E I f- , mv V, K R 'A6 'I "cl 1 X! Q ' ' - .-v av 1.-ar .- Al S" 'I 'I ' I N- 3357659257-1755"'F'?125755515214I'fTf'F'7f5T55W9iitI'"A U ' xii' -Y ' .g'1f27f5I'i6, - ,-1 1 ,,-'Z'FT? ,4? fq. ' ,q2jIR+f-.59-:Qyj-ffZ55Q5 K V ' - .J .-1121.1 ,x,'7f:T"' -3-'cm-'F L .uh A' sz I 4 . .- . . ., - , . .., ., . . ' 5 . Ll 1i5""' 'Q' H 1319 . f " ' "Av -1' ., f5- - .- 'yi " fy :Www I ,fj'l'U.7pi" Q, ,Q ICQ? f, UVQ1 1 X I f Q 25' A , 2 ' 3 --,. ri ,I yr. 5. - w . ' 'I 1.1 , iw l 1' l N' Wf ' gf '1 " s' ' ,- .Q ' 1 5 ir" w -'X w- 1 , i f X - ' 1 X 5 D 7 If " ' 5, IMA 9 1 lg wJ' 'J' r f l ,x Mg, , -- -.- . ,Q sn f , A- , .LL ff: V 1:0-Q -D , -1 . K- -- 5 'll vjyrirrp' lil - . 4 "7 ':7'7I'3,'H , . ,L 99 J MIT? ' F 94" 12,1 f' "" l"'- 1' n -:wx ' 'L I L9 I ' I Q j N " YN M w s r f W H + ' . 'ml ' ' Y I 4 ,- JW. : hx , 4 wtf ,1',1il'?7'l'l'1.gAfi.:? f! 1. , 5 f.,-1, RTM Q -T L- ' : H-Q-iq' ,ff .,-gf - . 51, 'Z' ' Y .l K ,1 T- 4 ' I A .WM Ji. If Y7 . 1-gl - .Q--f I lr Q .Avi V , ' qi mm , w g , ,V -, X, I- 3, , Wg- . I ,f,, ,x , 3 ,4 1 3 -A A 'X N -, y gv ,J ,. ? '.fJf:,x.,.,j17'.f?',,,w' ' '. 1 A - MI- f lj jf' 5.7.3, ',,'1'f.5. ,wr .CJ X 4 F 1mmffm J- 'Q If fx Q f A2-JUNK 'uf mff ' 1+ 1 ' K X . , 1. f .ww I x i 1. Q- I . W A -L . , .3 Y-74x -- - X 'Ai ' V 'Gi G - Y . 1.-. 4bA x...+LI? 5 3 - - f - x K F l F--...M xx X ---. 'X s-X 'X X X w ' X xb - ,- T , - - - l : I7 A. L. Wes won Return As a Mreturneew to Franklin, Dr, Ar- thur Westcott brings a mighty goal. This is "to create a program that would appeal to each youngsterw. The school offers an adequate academic program for college-bound students. Vocational education, however, has been neglected. This deficiency is being eliminated through the development of automotive and vocational units and the building of facilities for such classes. Dr. Vvesteott advocates the formulation of regular attendance habits in high school in preparation for the future. Dr. Wcistcott believes that we each need a certain amount of recognition as an individual. He practices his belief by getting to know the students personally. You see him often in the halls between classes talking to the students. 6'The real thrill comes from being a par- ticipantlw This is what Dr. Westcott said when asked how more students can become actively involved. Although many students have part-time jobs which prevent them from taking part in extra-curricular activities, there are some that need encouragement before becom- ing involved. Dr. Vvesteott stated, 'Lone person must encourage another and this encouragement catches like fire. You need to dedicate yourself to your school and to your future, and participate in things with a missionary Zealf, 18 Academics Ur. Arthur L. Westcott, Principal -ua, ' Alter two years in another assignment Dr. Westcott again serves the Franklin community. Here, he gets acquainted with his ofiice. V. Jack King. vice-principal. happily speaks to a parent at PTA Wiassail. Ml XM t s. V- colt lsvvond from lvlll and Ur. XX estvott discuss school activities with mothers and Mr. und Mrs. Johnson lon riglitl. Mr. King Seeks Feedback As supervising vice-principal, Mr. .lack King,s duties include: evaluating teach- ers, selecting and distributing of all educational supplies, and programming and forecasting for the coming year. Mr. King works with teachers, depart- ment chairmen, and the Curriculum Council on the improvement of Frank- lin's curriculum. Mr. King wants to get feedback from tho students concerning their likes and dislikes of the curriculum, to help the Student Curriculum Council become an effective body. Mr. .lack King Academics 19 Vice- Principals Advocate Need o Student nvolvement "Those who are active should exert every possible effort to encourage each person to take part in activities. Per- sonal contact and request is the best way to encourage involvement." Mrs. Verna Miller feels that students should be drawn into involvement by others. Mrs. Miller supervises girls' affairs and activities and counseling. She promotes the establishment of excellent attend- ance habits. "After being away from the high schools so long, it,s just great to be back," commented Dr. C. V. Cremer. This is Dr. Cremer's first year working directly with young people after thir- teen years with the Personnel Depart- ment of the Portland Public Schools. As administrative vice-principal for boys' attendance and discipline, school finance, and athletics. Dr. Cremerls long range goal is to encourage and persuade every young person to continue his edu- cation until high school graduation. 20 Academics Dr. Cremer meets a Japanese wrestler with Cary Hunnel. Mrs. Miller and Mr. Edward Wfong participate in Christmas festivities. 1 M rs. Verna Miller Dr. C. V. Cremer Mr. Marvin Flitcroft discusses school matters on the phone. Mr. Marvin Flitcroft Mr. Frank Wolf Mr. Frank Wolf inquires, g'Whut about the lost busketb:1ll?" rrzs ff? Cary Hunnel and Mr. Wolf talk about wres- tling. Mr. F litcro t and Mr. Wal Aid the Ad- ministration The Administrative Assistant at Frank- lin High School, Mr. Marvin Flitcroft, serves as an extension of both Adminis- trative Vice Principals' offices. Mr. Flit- croft acts as their representative in carrying out duties involving conditions in halls, auditorium, cafeteria, and on or around the campus. In addition, the Administrative Assistant has duties which relate to attendance and welfare of students. As Franklin's Athletic Director, Mr. Frank Wolf describes his position as that of a "Gloriiied Equipment Man- ager." He supervises all home games and keeps an account of the athlete equipment. Mr. Wolf feels an athletic program consists of uthose people who participate and those who view as spec- tators." He believes more participation is needed, especially from the students, Before assuming the position of Athletic Director this year, Mr. Wolf was the football coach at Grant High School. Academics 21 Secretaries Assist All Checking, phoning, noting, typing, al- phahetizing, mailing, filing, and answer- ing are some of the jobs of Franlclin's 14 secretaries. Secretaries work in the y main and attendance offices, resource me centers, book room and student store. "'e' c e The secretaries tram students to assist . them with their duties. F' .q..W. ,,., H.. 1. .- . -. were QS i 1 -, K -.Q X is is ewan- -- f .S de :fifssm .. its ' 'Z ' ,, .Wx '51 1. we R 'Yi 3 Mrs. Rose McKnight L":?' wi, i V'f: " i J"" :Lv f - 1 cy: . . y M, Q g,,c,,,ii i y ses e e M . ' 'ji cisgt Mrs. Patricia Mrs. Patricia Mrs. Delore: - Connolly DeLance Gowing S Mrs' Psyche Mlner Mrs. Janet Mrs. Rose Mrs. Psychf Greenfield McKnight Miller Mrs. June Mrs. Jean Peden Schultz 22 Academics Mrs. Rowena Davis Ai Mrs. Delores Gowing Mrs. Marie Newton Mrs. Bonnae Lindley e- . e 1. A hi s 4 Mr. Edward Drais Head Custodian Mike Federspiel and Mrs. Jean Schultz check classroom book lists. MTS- D0l'iS BCl'Il'8l11 Mrs. Patricia Delaance A Agw .5 Mrs. . I , I ,VVI 5 .lll1'lC P6dCI1 Mrs. Janet Creenliield M,-5, Helm Cmgggh , f , fl: ' My . ,,.,.,.,.-- . , . Mrs. Corey Belleque Adult Helpers Keep Things Moving Mrs. Corey Belleque, Franklin's matron, was honored by the Junior class on "Honor Corey Dayf' Junior Craig Flach presented her with an orchid corsage as "thanks" for her devoted work. Mrs. Helen Cottsch supervised all cafe- teria operations. Adult workers pre- pared large, inexpensive lunches for the students. Students assist by serving and making change. Mr. Ed Drais, head custodian, super- vised the cleaning and upkeep of the building. Students helped with custo- dial duties. Maintenance is a never-end- ing chore. Academics 23 Counselors rge the aking of Wise Plans To help you make wise plans and de- cisions as a student is the purpose of the Counseling D e p a r t m e n t. Counselors work with the individual students throughout their high school career. Mr. Laughlin took the post of College Co-ordinator for half a day and remains as sophomore hoys counselor for the other half. Mr. Terada, art teacher, counsels sophomore hoys part-time. 'Mai Mr. Bill Burnam consults with Ron Hensley on problem. ' ,,,, at . if-.flip if .-we -s A: .it Mrs. Helen Weed Senior Girls Busy at work with Mrs. Emma Moore and Dee-Ann Knight. Mrs. Helen Weed reads over studenfs materials. ef ' ik .,..,,,, . . , 3 ."l 1 I 4' fl ' ' M ar a ' i'..... , , 5 ,, Nady Y .,L TN A dt ... 4 A Mrs. Sara MV- Bill Miss ll0f0ll15' Mr. Rivhard Mrs. lirnmn Mr. Donald Mr. Lewis Mr. Yoshinohu Borehers Bl!-"mlm DHYIJOIAP Laughlin Moore Nelson Pfllfkg Teradu ,lunior Girls Senior Boys S0I'h0m0f" College l7rf'shrnen Freshmen JLIHIOI' Boys Art Girls Counselor Girls Boys Sophomore Sophomore Boys Boys 24 Academics 'fi 1, ,Ht,,r. Mr. Laughlin inquires into the prospects for a collegebound student. , . ,... Lf Y M. 21. rf l 5 Mr. Coles assists a student in finding a job. Ek V' X .. Early Planning Helps Students Mr. Richard Laughlin, Franklin,s col- lege co-ordinator, is very concerned by students who are late in planning for their future. But, he feels that it is the student,s individual responsibility to ask for the necessary information. Mr. Laughlin works with the counselors and Mrs. Bonnae Lindley in the Vocational Information Center in sending this in- formation to the students. Underclass- men should be encouraged to use all sources of information offered to avoid a last minute and perhaps a hasty de- cision. 'X . 1 Mr, Robert Mr. RlCll3I'd Cgles Laughlin Vocational College Coungelor Co-ordinator Soph. Counselor 200 Students Receive ,Io bs As vocational counselor, Mr. Robert Coles finds part-time jobs for Franklin High School students along with work- ing on the Neighborhood Youth Corps and Cosmetology programs. Mr. Coles aided in providing students with a beneficial and meaningful work experience program. A grade of Pass or Fail is given for each term of work experience. This year he assisted 50 to 75 students in finding employment, and involved 150 students in the work ex- perience program. Academics 25 Mrs. Dee Cowing. Mr. Jack King, Dr. C. V. Crerner, and Mr. Richard Laughlin dismiss and read over school materials. ini-Courses nstituted b Curriculum Council Headed by Mr. Yoshinobu Terada, the Curriculum Council instituted a mini- course program in non-academic in- terest areas. Student opinions and sug- gestions were presented by the student members of the Council. Miss Dorothy Grant made a proposal that a freshman entering a second-yea' foreign language class be granted a credit for work completed in grade school. This was adopted. Course improvements, schedule im- provements, problems concerning odd and even scheduling, and new courses were investigated by the Council. Curriculum Council members: 1First row! Mrs. Janet Faurot, Secretary: Mis LaRhette Swann: Mrs. Gwen Creeng Mrs. Lynette Chiotti: Mrs. Joan Flachg Mrs. Ila Tweteng Mrs. Ruby Sewright. fsecond rowl Mr. John Peery: Mr. Phil Pingree: Mr. Billy Burnamg Mrs. Joseph Sklenicka: Mr. John Sheflerg Mr. Gerald Eurichg Mr. Yoshinobu Terada, Chairman: Mr. Jack King. 26 Academics P.T.A. Cabinet members: Mrs. Doris Hardyg Mrs. Grahamg Mrs. Nelson: Mrs. Johnson: Mrs. Malsey: Mrs. Wong, President: Mrs. Sharon Stretchg Mrs. Urbachg Mrs. Blanchard. cr' Pres. Wayne Bergman contemplates while cabinet officers looks on. A Dad's Club member takes notes for later use. Attentive members listen during one of many Dad! Club rneetings. P. T. A., Dads' Club Organize on - ulcers "Pm just delighted with the help we've received this yearf' commented Mrs. Elizabeth Wong, PTA President. Annual PTA projects included textbook distri- bution and vision screening. Eight de- voted mothers assisted in the registra- tion of students on August 25, 26, and 31. The PTA helped the seniors with the Christmas wrap-station at Pay-Less. With the money earned at this wrap-station, football concession stands, and on glass collections, the PTA was able to give a 35250.00 scholarship. This year's Dads' Club is greater than ever, and have displayed their spirited activity by patrolling football and basket- ball games along with the track meets held at Franklin. Fall Dads, Club Presi- dent Wayne Bergstrom noted that this year's membership numbers 126, and Hweid like to have more dads." The efforts from physical education teachers have, also, greatly helped the Dads' Club with their activities. Money mak- ing activities include the addition of concession stands at Franklin track meets. This money will be given to Franklin High School to aid in their endeavors and in scholarships for graduating senior students. Academics 27 '- we-W, V V r ' ,-1' Q " " 11' A ' 1 K - I iii K I 'Q ' in if '1k M i, is M AVVVVV 'W ' ' -- , , M , 'Yh , 4: i 4 Miss Helen Mr. Jerry Mr. Eric Mr. Harold Boelts Bosco Johnson Linder Art Art Art Art Act. Dir. Miss Miriam Mr. James Miss Helen Mr. Yoshinobu Morgan Scotti Takas Terada Art Art Art Art Dept. Chrmn. Soph. Coun. Debbie Wheeler, while working on her painting, is caught off guard by the camera. Melinda Schild puts Finishing touches on her project while Jan Peters is making her beginning sketches. Bret Vollmer and Chuck Contantin watch as Dean Monaco makes a new creation. Art Dept. Expands Mr. Terada, Art Department Chairman, feels that the art facilities at Franklin are well received by the students. The department tries to expand to keep up with the student's needs. Art Night, sponsored by the Art De- partment, provided a congenial atmos- phere for parents and faculty members interested in art. Art classes taught by Mr. Linder made jewelry out of bones and worked on . stained glass projects. Larry Mulvaney fashions a clay object on the potter's wheel. 5 5 .ig as .,,. , ...f t .s .t ...s.., ..o,sssy , , , - Jeff Thomas shows his artistic ability. Academics 29 I 3 Pam Couture operates the NCR bookkeeping machine given to Franklin High by ESCO Corpora- tion. Looking on are teacher Mrs. Mary Nyland and Bill Walkins, from ESCO, Photo by ESCO Corporation Kick Conley concentrates on his typing for the day. 30 Academics Karen Zaleski types a stencil for her oflice practice class Mrs. Rowena Davis helps Shirley Colvin check the attendance records. 3 A,,-f 1-in W Y i t 1 U xj flxl 4 5, . 'AW' if it HTF, xg nnnn' nenne A Mr. Gerald Mrs. Enid Mrs. Ellen Miss Ruth Enrich Hall Jenkins McDermott Business Business Business Business Dept. Clirmn. MIS. MHYY Miss Corrine Mr. Anthony Miss Krista Nylillld Senn Tognetti Ulland BllSlIl95S Business Business Business iii Student secretary Pat Robinson takes a message during her turn in the main office. Students Prepare or Careers Business education courses are designed to introduce the student to opportunities in the business world. Students inter- ested in the fields of general oifice work, stenography, accounting, and marketing took specialized classes in these areas. Office practice acquaints students with various business machines in prepara- tion for secretarial work. Courses in consumer education and exploratory business fields were available to all students. Academics 31 Vocations Added in Business Department To explore different occupations avail- able in a hospital work area and to be- come more relaxed in a hospital atmos- phere are the goals of the hospital worker program. During the second half of the year, the 59 students worked at Portland Adventist Hospital in var- ious departments. -Horticulture classes were open again to juniors and seniors interested in land- scaping, nursery, and floral work. The student assistant program was open to seniors who may be interested in the teaching profession. After a brief time in the classroom, the students aid ele- mentary or high school teachers in their duties. ,.,- M l k..J Mr. Howard MTS- Helen Grogan Howard Vgcgtional Vocational Careers Careers Mr. Mike Miller Vocational Careers 32 Academics ,,, 'W a d- Y 5 wifi ounce. ,Q M Iiiv ,r, iiii r "rr -W rtes r. e. e Roxanne Remme awaits assignment in the counseling office, behind flowers arranged by horticulture students. Taffy Trueh, Rudy Heuchert, Mary Estrada, and Brenda Schmidt practice using Stethoscopes. llkrww fr , ,A 2 'AAA Future biology teacher Mary Wikander helps Sandy Thario lose her fright of frogs ferasersl, in role-playing session. Norm Duddington and Mr. Howard Grogan take inventory. fa T sssss s f "',,-ff ,,...f- culator Connie Dudder demonstrates how to push patient in a wheel chair with classmate Cindia Brown fLeftJ Leigh Spurlock and Barbara Eheler use cal- Academics 33 Dave McCann prepares an assignment. 34- Academics . "W" '-'- 2 ...,.. - ' f,,-,, .rf 5' ? ji W? as N i 5 6, --ate :.: Q I QL A, 5 1 'Q ff .5 J 1 n 2 'V .p l . ,,,,' ., . M .. rw l Q , Q' ,f ' 'K K L , it i .k., f. , l ,1- Mr. Victor Miss Marion Bucy Cauthers Combined Combined Classes Classes 5 '.,.."'-'ui-,g mir fy C ' 'vi d r . S --M-...,., WW ,,1.- Z I .74 t xgttjv I Al: Mr. Britt Davis Combined Classes Dept. Chrmn. Mr. Peter Donahue Combined Classes ' C ' if 2: S W h 1 . . Q " s C 51 ' "1" if Mrs. Janet Mrs. Jean Faurot Foster Combined Combined Classes Classes fi, 4 f L3 421 Pam Stinnett and classmates listen intently to Mr. Peter Donahue. .... .. . Miss Ieam Fostor helps Paul Geil and Martine Allaert with their studies. Donna Hyde, Donna Roisom, Jerry Powell, Peter MacKenzie, and Dan Huffman individually compose an English assignment. W U 'gal 7 r 'W-Mi ff ,A W4 t-WJ Mr. Victor Bucy physicallv interprets a lesson to his freshman class. ssil 1 lzi . i 1.: C ,,,.,,k. it-'N Vkl::VV7 v .. s ..lh r e s s Mrs. Lesley Dr. Lucille Mr. Earl MV- Charles MF- Kenneth Glasgow Qghurn Pulltam Raddle Combined Combined Combined C0mblUCd C0I'flb1HCCl Classes Classes Clagsgg Classes Classes Myths, History Interest F rosh Combined classes were part of the cur- riculum designed to help the freshmen adjust to high school. Taught by the same teacher in a two period block of time, the combination of English and social studies provides the student with a variation of the homeroom situation that he was accustomed to. English classes cover grammar, Creek mythology, Shakespeare, and The Odys- sey. Ancient Greek and European his- tory are stressed in social studies classes. Academics 35 Students Develop Acting Skills 36 Academics Two important facets of beginning drama are the study of theater history and the basics of acting. Advanced drama, reserved for juniors and seniors, provides the opportunity for student participation in the world of the theater. All drama students assist in the major plays of the year. "Scrooge," a short one-act play presented as part of the Christmas program, was written, di- rected, and performed by advanced drama students. "Lunchbox" theater was reinstated this year. English classes were approached for the writing of the scripts. 5 Mr. Brian Biggs Drama Francis Ayers, Ron Winegarden, Dave Burnell and Mike Robinson watch from backstage. John Emra puts finishing touches on his make-up while Penny Rasmussen takes a final look at Bill McClane's make-up. ' ., 2? Mr. Gary Clark Speech e-We MMI, -- so . R011 Palmer gives his speech at the meet. Barbara Gniewosz, Laura Price, and Debbie Lentz prepare themselves for a speech meet. Franklin's bearded bards are Mr. Gary Clark, speech, Mr. Victor Bucy, combined classes and Mr. Cliff Ferry, English department chairman. Experience Aids Students Practical experiences are available in speech classes to express yourself in an effective manner in formal and in- formal situations. Suldents in first year classes concentrate on developing speak- ing confidence. Public speaking is stressed in second and third year classes along with extemporaneous speaking and the skills of argumentation. These students comprise the Franklin speech and debate teams and engage in inter- school and community speech eve-me Academics 37 so rese s .-- M t E f-1 p - Mrs. Osa Mrs. Barbara Miss Faye Mr. Clifford Ballen Bousquet Cornutt Ferry English English English English Dept. Chairman iffirki i' Mike Robinson looks on while Peter Bauer and Jeff McEwen sell Cre- ative Writing books. hiii " Z i'iil Z.. ass.r f ' ' liia ..r. , to iia V V,-. A " Mrs. Barbara Mr. John Miss Carol Mrs. Thelma Mr. Joseph Gaylor Hilley Kieneker Landes Maloney English English English English English 38 Academics Fred Rodd conducts a discussion while Mike Boetger waits his turn. Kathleen McFarlane, Debbie Cox, and Linda Gemma attentively watch film projected by Mrs. Cwyndolyn Young. Donna Brisbee, Dave Jensen, and Penny Peloquin set about to work. Matt Shaffer writes down next day's asignment. H 54 if af 8 .. .. 52. . . ,, .llu N? ns. : I . a sia- ' 1 D E Miss Dorothy Mrs, Miriam Mrs. Gwyndolyn Morris Puckett Young English English English Miss LaRhette Miss Elizabeth Swann Thomas English English al -Year lasses Start A series of- semester courses designed to provide an alternative to senior English was an innovation this year. These courses permit a student to concentrate on a subject for a greater length of time. Mass media, film-making, and poetry were some of the new courses offered by the English Department. Shakespeare, novels, and writing were other fields that were explored by the students. Sophomores and juniors were involved in the regular one-year English course, intended to provide an overall view of several facets of our language. Juniors dwelt on American Literature and short stories. Sophomores studied poetry and Dickens. Academics 39 Z2 S Z mm, ,ffff Mike Zeller, Lilia Klauser, Tim Zimmerman, Teresa Todd, Dale Schmitz and Greg Templeton study in their German class. , ffffm As Deanne Dimoff and Heather Derby act out skit, Miss Susan Wohld claps enthusiastically. 4,0 Academics Performing a skit in front of her French class is Deanne Dimoff. Merrily Brillda SPOTIS her Mardi GPRS COSIUIHC- Steven Kehdi, Terri Atkinsen, Donald Meyer, Ken Penwell, Janet Hardy, Daryl Steffen, and Jo Anne Schwan concentrate on learning their dialogue. f is 3 Eifiiif ISN. X a 1 rr 2' dv.--H as ...AP Miss Dorothy Grant Foreign Languages Dept. Chairman Mr. Rubin Maier Foreign Languages Miss Susan Wollld Foreign Languages Russian Returns Russian language was available again this year. Besides learning the lan- guage, students studied the Russian cul- ture. The Russian Club sponsored a Vetcherinka in February. First-year French, German, and Spanish emphasize comprehension of the spoken language. In advanced classes, reading and writing are stressed. Two mini- courses, French songs and conversa- tional Spanish, were offered this year. French and Spanish students celebrated Mardi Gras. Students wore their Mardi Gras costumes to school all day. A car- nival was held in the decorated language hall. Academics 41 4-2 Academics Sophia Liavaris demonstrates the Fine technique of threading a sewing machine to Lynette Urbach. Ruby Stenson looks at a friend's dress pattern. Shawna Grant prepares a wick for candle-making 7 .. . sw -'-4, Q wfffm5 PQ WL" 'Z"2 ' "1' i"i ' ...fV 2 1 h- ' Viiz .' veaav , , ' v i i ... A AIA. Wir l V s M 2 Mrs. Donna I Mrs. Gladys Mrs. Gaylen Mrs. Ruby Chamberlain Eggiman Luher Sewright Home Home Home Home Economics Economics Economics Economics Dept. Chairman Flory Perlas and Sue Fazzolari prepare pie crust. Home Ec. Adds Housing Getting involved in making art objects for the home was the purpose of the first semester of the new housing class. Plan- ning home decorations with a specific budget in mind took place during the second semester. The class in child development hosted a play-school for preschool children. A work-study program was available in conjunction with St. Mark's Preschool. Food classes planned and served a hufiet to administrators and faculty members. l l 4 Terrie Jensen crochets squares for afghan. Academics 43 Mr. Stuart, Jim Salois. Bruce Frasher, and Guy Huffman discuss the building measurements. lass Constructs Model Building This year, under the direction of Mr. Bob Stuart, a building was made as a project of several combined classes. They first surveyed the area, and then started with construction of the floor and the frame. The walls, roof, and win- dows were added to complete the struc- ture, which was to be sold as a shed. 44 Academics f Greg Halvorsen and Richard Gumbert observe work i I E E S , , r Q! , t lss 0 Mrs. Eleanor Norlin Head Librarian Mrs. Ruth Lemery checks out books for two waiting students. Library Holds Many Students F rom All Classes Library assistants, under the direction of Mrs. Norlin, learned about the opera- tions of the library. Their jobs include shelving and stamping books. Freshmen and sophomores were able to use the library during their study halls. It was necessary for them to fill out a library permit slip to facilitate attend- ance taking. Juniors and seniors were free to use the library during their in- dependent study time. Supervised by Mrs. Eleanor Norlin, the library houses about 22,000 books which includes reference books and a special collection. The library circulates 118 magazines and 6 newspapers. 46 Academics Q :Jalal i ,i ff it Z I 5 , I it ' , . ,, s i 4 yos,s 1 'e" carr f f: 'YN ""'s.,,h 1 if , -I as '- s-t. , iii it i 7- Z 1. -5 K a f " ,pg ,V s---f------ 1 -3 2 lngrid and Linda Sessler study in the peace and quiet of the library. A -'---......,,,,. .gg 1.5 3 Qt K Debbie Klenke considers before making her selection. MrS- Marjorie Christensen, Assist. Lib. Mrs. Ruth Lemery, Assist. Lib. Stephanie Willis, Linda Sanders, and Carla Dillery make good use of study time in the library. ---X..-m.r.wNM...f N .fu x Academics 47 Mr. Paul Hansen presents his usual math class with some Russel Fox Hgures out an equation with the help of our computer. problems. jlivf gfims-6 Greg Keller, Dave Ball, and Paul Herrmann stay after school 5 "r', ' A ,,,, as ' Mr. Thomas Mr. Harold Mr. Iustin Dyar Ellmers Hagglund Mr. Paul Hansen X.. I it K e-f iz rtt I T ki nf 'g l Q J' ,L X .,,E T in 5 me X x - 5 ,,k, ' N .Ex M. to complete f I , ' 'Z I M f if tw , Q4 5 Mr. Edward Johns 3.11 assignment. , , f ,Hmmm ,, M' i i 'it'. M i f l' I ii rr-,,i Migg Kathryn Mr. Richard Knotts M3bl'Y Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mf1fh0mHliCS Mathematics Academics vm, ai ,L ,wuz ' .f " . 1 ix? vi ,iff , f 'Q .fr K'-1' 'iiiti-b,,f"f??'V - Mr. Dean Mauchley Miss Shirley Radcliffe Mathematics Mr. Frank Wolf Mathematics Sally Daniels computes her math during class time. many HH!! Daryl Steffan contemplates a problem before answerin d""m Computer Class Gains Popularity General mathematics, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry were included in the usual sequence of courses offered by the math department. A course in consumer mathematics is concerned with earning, consumer buying and investments, -tax- ation, and insurance. Calculus is taught at Portland Community College for acl- vanced seniors. Computer math was a new course of- fered this year. Students learned how a computer operates and about various computer languages. They used on-line time with the computer furnished by the Multnomah County Intermediate Edu-' cation District. V , i t' Math is mostly concentration, as Laurence Wu discovers. Academics 49 Music Dept. Keeps Busy As' an excellent contribution to our schoolls total picture, the Music Depart- ment showed outstanding talent. The musical "Brigadoon7, was the high- light of the fall semester with nearly 200 people involved including orchestra personnel and NAv Choir. Small ensembles, under the direction of Mr. Brewer, entertain regularly at various civic functions. The band performs at the football and basketball games, and marches in the Rose Festival Parade. The Christmas Program and the Fine Arts Festival in the spring are other activities of the Music Department. tt tt u s 'et Mr. John Mr. George Mr. John Brewer Pancheau Peery Music Music Music Dept. Chrmn. 50 Academics Joy Hughes, Barbara Bridges, Nancy Meyers, and Rick Jones prepare to display their artistic talents on the saxophones. Ken Osuna and Ken Ottoson on trombones watch couductor's cues. Linda Timmmgg reheargcm Orchestra students await signal. 'Xmas Rogvr Drydml and Mike MFNPI'I1PY take timP out from prawtive. Yamlgf' Kazuhiko Peffems Skills on Cello- Academics 51 t ff Mrs. Elsie Skonnard, l"runklin's nurse, administers 'llll shots to sophomore students. : f JA ,J ,, , . , kAN .. , ., iei. - s .ff '. L 2 ' . ,c J ! M . . - ,,,,.,, . , ,.,,., . i n ,,V. ,. ,V f ',AJ mf Jf. . ' Y A ,f ' ' '- f.a,,, "-- " T kA" , F Mr. ,lon Mr. Walt Mrs. Lynette Mrs. Josephine Abraham Buckiewicz Chiotti Ehm Physical Physical Physical Health Education Education Education Dept. Chrmn. Dept. Chrmn. Mr. Jack Miss Beryl Mr. Nick Knudsen Miss Joanne Piper Robertson Physical Marini Physical Health Education Physical Education Education Q s S wim ., ,.., .,,.. , . f Jn... . M' f. I ..- ,.,, Ja- f W. X 2232. ' . . ps. . Bi.. . , i A M fi ir , -- ' X ,, sig 5 .Q ,. ...MIIQ eg' 3 I Q ,ip-s. i' A ' pier K., , ,, .K ,QK , Nw ,, 1 4 J .J i Ma main . c to liiii N y if c .cc as c.,c.cc lcii V W W' ' Q F gy . SSH ef 55 L? ' 1 Don Meyers, Joel Seim, Fred Keyes, Kazuhiko Yanase and .loc Sweitzer give Mr. Nick Robertson their attention while learning abou safety tips in driving. 52 Academics V- - s 1 Debbie Lentz, Cyndi Fuller, Sue Wilson, Debbie McCreary, and Linda Parker construct a human pyramid in a sophomore girls' gym class. P. E. Keeps Kids in Shape All students must take a year and a half of physical education classes. Freshmen play football, basketball, field hockey, and volleyball. Track, tumbling, and square dancing round out their program. Sophomores gain skill in life-time sports such as tennis, badminton, archery, and bowling. Advanced P.E. offered juniors and seniors a chance for further instruc- tion. A half-year course in health is required for sophomores. Class discussion and instruction centered around drug use and abuse, sex education, mental health, and classroom driver education. Lowell Gabner takes a quick check on students Alan Aoki and Ron DeM0or as they practice the high jump. Academics 53 54 Academics Ben Stark anxiously awaits a reaction, iwfZi'i'wM?i,e Kathy Santangelo and Carla Dillery discuss the predator-prey relationship of the fish display The intricacies of the scale are mastered by Dennis Regt-lin. 'Mike Caputo skillfully weighs the flask. g fish. 0 Science 0 Emp has lzes L ' l 8 An experiment with tropical bass, con- ducted by Mr. J. Miller and Mr. O'Cara, showed a predator-prey relationship. "Survival of the fittest" proved to be the slogan of the experiment, since the fish killed to survive. Goldfish, earthworms, moths, flies, hamburger, and a nibble on a student's finger were the diet of the General science gives an overall view of the basics of science. Biology empha- sizes the relationships of living organ- isms to each other and their environ- ment. In chemistry, experiments are con- ducted to discover facts about matter. Other science courses include physics and physiology. Cliff Ingham and Marv Fujino innoculute a chick in second-year biology class. Academics 55 5 lx 4. I or X Brian Cross and ,lack Landau practice computation skills in physics. A ,Vi U , . .,,,, i s ZVV.. t, ,, r +15-' "i' " . . ., . I , . K ' "- 'L '.., 1 fi 3, Miss Anne Mr. James Mr. John Mr. Mike Mr. Dario Bohlen Miller Neeley O'Gara Raschio Science Science Science Science Science Dept. Chrmn. Observation of a chemical reaction is done in a lab session by Sandi Mae Johnson. 56 Academics 'ff , o...,, 1 .. qqlq Q Mr. Carlton Mr. Leonard Mr. .loseph Richter Scheele Sklenicka Science Science Science Cliff Ingham studies a slide under a stereoscope. Mike YVong, Craig Anderson, and John George discuss chemistry assignments. Mr. Joseph Sklenicka gives demonstration on speed and velocity in physics. Academics 57 Beth Hammond listens to Mr. James McKee's discussion. Terese Sanders and Mrs. Maxine Crites look over assignment. Various methods of studying are shown in this typical junior social studies room. 58 Academics Jerry Dahlgren ponders over reading material. EV ,.,. . ., . .. 1 K " , s Bw OUTSBS Billed in S. S. United States history and American problems are junior and senior required courses. Courses in Russian culture and Russian history were introduced into the department. Economics, sociology, American government, and psychology rounded out the social studies program. Selected students from each social studies class visited the Oregon State Legislature on March 3. In addition, the American Heritage Association sponsored a trip to Washington, D.C. again this year. -Q ,,,, at L Cathy Beck tackles a social studies assignment. Student teacher Miss McDonnell talks with Sue Ison after school. 'iii' 'ii' -i U ' ii" ,,. i f "" it i. .t , nnii A A , A A -5 'iit ss rsss f iit' f f A A Q tt. p g my -- 5.1, Q tr" t. Z i Af' A A or iiii is.. 5 . , tf.. S -- - Mr. Herman Mr. ,lack Mrs. Maxine Mr. Gilbert Mr. Alan Mr. Robert Mr. Gary Mr. James Mr, Phillip Mr. Philip Becker Burri Crites Erlandson Ellis Ford Jackson McKee Pingree Wax Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Social Studies Social StudiCS Social Studies Social Studies Dept. Chrmn. Academics 59 Mr. Manning's evotion Missed "It doesn't matter how high the papers are stacked on your desk or how busy your schedule is, when a student comes in with a problem you . . . let him talk as long as he wants. You treat each stu- dent as the individual he is, and give each the opportunity of being exposed to many alternativesf' Assigned to Franklin High School since 1934, Mr. James W. Manning served as teacher, advisor, and college and voca- tional counselor. Through his close as- sociation with students, he helped them procure jobs, gain admission to the col- lege of their choice, and obtain finan- cial aid to further their education. Mr. Manning initiated Career Informa- tion Conferences at Franklin. On alter- nate years, about 150 speakers from various fields of work visit the school to outline preparation requirements and highlights of 200 different kinds of ca- reer jobs and professions. The success of these conferences is shown by the fact that other schools have staged simi- lar ones. Mr. Manning, nationally known and highly regarded, received the Distin- guished Service to Youth Award this year. He was one of the founders of the Pacific Northwest Association of Col- lege Admission Counselors. As a mem- ber of the Westem Region High School- College Relations Committee for the Col- lege Board, the Sub-Committee on Youth Employment of the Governor's Com- mittee on Children and Youth, and a Mapping Your Education Committee, his leadership became widely known. 60 Academics .fi S. . --szzqseeiiefa 3 f 'Q 1 X Pausing for a moment, Mr. Manning reflects on a day's work. Dr. Kenneth Erickson, Principal at Franklin from 1952 to 1960 described Mr. Manning as many others would have. "lt would be difficult to find a man more devoted to the welfare of students. . . . He seeks no credit for himselff' Mr. James W. Manning 1905-1970 ff'f'1'!lillf?f' '49 'fm ,LY 'vhs Miss Collins rolaxvs anfl f'0lllf'lNIlll1If"- he-r lllllll'P plans ol liaxi-ling. lieisurfrly. Miss Collins spenrls lime' f-njoying hu 1 il Miss Collins Chooses Early Retirement Choosing 4-arly i'etir'm1imit. Miss Thelma Collins c-nclc-ml hor 38 yvar toaching Ca- rvvr iii S4'pt1'ir1lwr. l970. Miss Collins I'l'Cl'lYl'Ci lim' har-hc-loris do- giww from the- Univvrsity of Utah. She also gracluatvrl from Orvgon Collc-go of Education. Possossing hoth grade' and high svhool lcavhing cvrtificatos in Ore- gon. Utah. ancl Arizona. shi- was ahh! to lvach English and history at all lovels. Wliilc' at Franklin. Miss Collins was in- rolwcl in 1-xtravurricnlar slmli-nt activi- livs. Shi- lrainvcl tlw KOIN raflio uSpvll anal Toll" ti-ani, a group similar lo the pri-sont clay High-Q ganicf. Unclor her flirvction. the 11-am won a lol of prizes lor Franklin. Miss Collins was in chargv of a scholarship recognition program that honorvcl Franklin stuclonts during thc- l930is, Shir was lavully advisor for Trvloil Girl Svouts and anothor school- o1'ioiilmi c-lull. c'Staying honiv and taking: Parc- of 1l'1Oil10I'77 are Miss Collins, iminocliate' plans. She vnjoys hor Cats ancl likvs niusic. Evmitiially, sho hopvs to trawl. Miss 'lihvloia Collins Acaflvinics 61 X f f fm N g I WW ' W- Q I J LM xx "'i NX .0 " N X f Y . If I eiwxx xxx! . 0 ,, Lk yizmx X Q n 'J 1' Ni 3 ,V 1 ,X 3 X . X . . .Q . . I' 5 l xl I Il g K' Q g I ' ll I: j 1 ' TQ v gl. I . . X- ' Wxkbfl R X. N I. v . , K 52' Tix 'XE' ' ' - ' r v k-'I , is Xu' Ja. V 115 . .5 I .--Z x . K 1- '..' A E -, 'Yr PV ai ' TN 4 'YU PV 03 I fx: G w g ' Q vt i W Hi I I X " fx X ' 5 ' X f 1 ' - K L ,X s 4 A V l ' I 3 1 I i f gcggpo-pi , ' XQBCT,-f, mewf9kQ FALL Af ' 'Nxi I 7 l'fQb 5i2,, f fm ff 5 , 71111 523 1X . iw W 1 ' ' I 'E ' l aww use X Q, .399 'f Z a 1iI ' 5 ' 'U II W I' X 3 ww 1 f' hx g 14, 1 X ,f In X 1 YIIWNA X - f 2 A Ng f 0 Y. v wi.. ,gl u 1 . . Q I i 5 . I n X Qi, waving: S aw Wx Z - ,vx KN .N W fa 5 . Qm ' LW , " ,ff 'Q V 3 - -S, 'Rm H W If A x i- - w X A N .. Q n Q A ! A lo,.gx, ' t'1t ., A .ulxx VX V I, A ' " ' X' j, A mt- ' -5 3 x , , A I Q 2 I Q - J e. N I , - I - D Q Q' Q ' ,. , ! ,Q , , hw I. X.. . ' ' 1 ' 2 I f0 .- ,f X L wo , wf-1 3- Student Government Survives Due to student apathy, lack of coopera- tion with the Executive Cabinet, and poor attendance at Student Council meeting, a resolution to abolish student government was introduced by senior ,lack Landau. The resolution proposed that the duties of Student Council and Executive Cabinet be assumed by the various class cabinets and the individual students. A special assembly was arranged at which both sides of the proposal were debated. The largest voting turnout in several years met the proposal with defeat. ,lack Landau finds himself buried in red tape. FALL STUDENT COUNCIL: tSeatedl: Bonny Jean Zaeharias, Don Ceren, fFirst Rowl: Cindy Stnrki, Nancy Louie, Debbie Wall, Diana Patter' son, lSec'ond Howl: Lorraine Llaneza, Karol Hansen, Janet llunk. Marlene Roberli. Linda Strnble, Linda Parker, Cathy Ballniek, Cathy Seeley, lTl1ird Rowl: ,lnliann Hart, Leta Sweeney, Cheryl Jarboe, Marily Caton, Nancy Melilhaney, Roxanne Crosby, lliaek Howl: Randy McCartney, llennis Bodeman. ,lim lilston. Steve Roos, Doug Roylanee, Guy Hill. Craig Flueli, Gayle Grant. 64- Activities FALL STUDENT BODY OFFICERS: Publicity Chairman, Sandi Johnsong President, Don Gereng Vice-President, Ron Hensleyg Secretary, Donna Hardingg and Treasurer, Denise Wong. Executive cabinet's official stand: Be- cause of present attitudes of apathy and lack of participation in student affairs on the part of a majority of students at Franklin High School, as evidenced by extremely low voting percentages, small numbers of students involved in student government, student council, and stu- dent body committees. Be it therefore resolved that student council and executive cabinet be dis- solved and discontinued hencefortha If at any time there is felt a need for an organization of student government, petitioning no less than 15 percent of the registered students in the school may initiate a ballot, and may be passed by a two-thirds majority of the votes cast. .Lg Pam Louie and Denise Wong help Cary Hunnel and Dave Hopkins with their voting registration. Activities 65 ueen Heather Reigns at Homecoming With a bouquet of roses in her arms, the 1970 Homecoming Queen, Heather Beard, reigned throughout the evening of the second of October. She was crowned during half-time of the vic- torious game against Adams. The after- game dance featured "Mixed Blood." Queen Heather's court included Junior Debbie Walz escorted by John K. George, Sophomore class Princess Heather Derby was escorted by Fred Rodd. Representing the Freshman class was Princess Sherry Grant, escorted by Steve Stone. Queen Heather's escort was Senior class President Jack Landau. Queen Heather and Jack Landau display corsage and houtonniere fashioned for the occasion by the horticulture class. Court poses in front of the grandstand at the Homeeoming game. 66 Activities Kurt Ziegler swings to the wild music of "Mixed Blood.' s Princess Debbie Walz and John K. George represent the Junior class. Accompanying Heather Derby is Sophomore class president, Fred Rodd. Smiling Freshman Princes Sherry Grant is accompanied by Steve Stone. Activities 67 Board Splurgcs, All Because 0 a Ro al Ann Franklin has a cherry tree. A Royal Ann cherry tree. Because of this Royal Ann cherry tree, the school board is spending 3233. The money isn't being used to clothe it, or house it, or even do anything with it. The money is simply going to protect the tree from the new Mechanical Cluster Building that is situated on the west side of the school. Royalty deserves special attention, so in order not to disturb Royal Ann's root structure, the building parapet has to be raised about three feet. Therefore, there is a total of 20 feet of undisturbed soil to let Royal Ann reign as she sees fit. As the houses are moved, a structure is left isolated 68 Activities The new vocational wing begins to take shape. Y. x 1 Xt xi' , x .X Jn, A W .ff ,X I x . ,.-WJJ' W' "This is what we're spending S233 on!" exclaims Mr. Westrott to Chris Reverman. Activities 69 6Bri adoon' "It's almost like being in love," sang Judy Peck and Steve Giordano in Brig- adoon, Franklin's only musical produc- tion of the year. The two young lovers, Fiona MacLaren and Tommy Albright fportrayed by Judy and Stevej met and fell in love within one day. An unusual difference in this romance is that Fiona will dis- appear at the end of the day. For you see, Brigadoon is an enchanted village that will vanish after one day, then re- appear again, 100 years later. During the 100 years, the villagers soundly sleep. The end of the day has come and both Fiona and Tommy have admitted their undying love for each other. Sadly, they part. Everywhere Tommy goes, things re- mind him of Fiona or something of the Scottish village. He has to go back. As luck prevails, the old schoolmaster, Mr. Lundi fportrayed by Bill lVlcClaneJ had awakened when Tommy, accom- panied by Larry Weber as Jeff Douglas, had come back to re-live his unforgotten day in Brigadoon. Mr. Lundi offers Tommy a second chance to live with them in their village and to be with Fiona. As Tommy crosses the bridge, led by Mr. Lundi, the curtain slowly closes leaving Jeff sadly and half drunkenly waving his last good-bye to his long-time friend. A full-house offered their congratula- tions and approval by giving the stars a standing ovation. For the more than 200 students who put in their time and energy, their work was well received if only for the two nights, November 20 and 21, that Brigadoon appeared on stage. 70 Activities Maggie and Harry dance a Scottish reel as two townspeople look on fLinda Schultz and Lee Boroffl. "If you're not there, I won't go roamin' through the heather on the hill." Uleamflels PQCHQEI UP, .lf'ilnnif'lS m0Vif1S Ollllu Sim! BGISY Tinker, NHUCY Olson, Archie Beaton straiglltens out his woolvns and plaids while' An- and Linda Tlmmmtls- drew MacLaren waits patiently for his daughte-rs lfionu and Jean. With tired looks Janice' Blackman, Greg Kellor, Linda Timmings, Mike Ryan, Alvirla Gonzales, Lee Baroff, Betsy Tinkrr, Mike Casciato and Donna Baldwin sing at rehearsals. Activities 71 W' I X mg 1-'I -aff AM. I I r ,V , "W,-J -"' D '? 'Fl SN... 72 Activitivs """llf 71 Activities Listening to the story of Brigadoon are Jeff fLarry Wfelmerl. Tommy fSteve Giordanol, and Fiona fJudy Peckl. ldentification for Golor Page ffflockwiselz Upper left: fFront rowl: Larry Weber, Dor- othy Kangiser, Steve Giordano, Judy Peck, Jolm Emra, Debbie Steflan. fSec'ond rowl: Mark Jones. Nancy Wohlers, Greg Darlow, Jeanne Larsson, Dale Garrison, JoAnn Hop- per, Ingrid Sessler, Linda Schultz, Debbie Super, Flory Perlas. Randy Sehiele, Marilyn Barnhart, Janire Blackman, Gary Grant, Gindy Dalnieo. Donna Baldwin. Gail Super, Lori Trimm. Aleida Gonzolez, Jane Karlstra, Linda Love, George Thompson. fBack rowlz Graig Mullen. Jim Poujade, Dan Smith, Mike Ryan. Laird Glow, Nancy Olson, Jack Lan- dau, Greg Parrish, Rudy lleuehert, Unidenti- fied, JoAnn Meucei. Mike Gasciato, David Moon. Greg Keller, Unidentified, Unidentified, Unidentified. Tim Urennan. Betsy Tinker. Upper right: Bonny Jean Zaeharias, Cindy Uamico. Unidentified, Mr. John Peery. Mid- dle right: flrront rowlz Mr. George Pancheau, Linda Groh, Doug VerMeer, Debbie McKee. fBaek rowl: Lynda Heine, Dave Fast. Lower right: Dorothy Kangiser. Mr. Tom Early, Jack i Landau. Lower middle: Judy Peck, Frances Ayers, Penny Rasmussen, Flory Perlas. Lower left: Steve Giordano, Penny Rasmussen. l l 5 1 n 5 i S I E Fiona Charms Tommy with her delightful singing. After Maggie! mourning dance, Marilyn Barnhart and Tom Herd comfort her. Tommy and lane discuss their plans for the future while the bartender, Frank, prepares a drink. Cast Credits Tommy Albright Jeff Douglas . .. Fiona MacLaren . ,lean Maclsaren . .. Andrew Maclsaren Archie Beaton . . . Harry Beaton .. Mr. Lundi ...... Charlie Dalrymple Angus McGufhe . Sandy Dean ..... Meg Brockie .... ,lane Ashton . . . Frank ......... Maggie Anderson MacGregor ..... Stuart .... . Kate Fishmonger . . Piper . . Steve Giordano .. Larry Weber ..... Judy Peck .. Debbie Steffan George Thompson ..... Jim Poujade . .. Mark Jones . . . Bill Mcclane . John Emra .. Sam Sanders . . . . Michael Ryan Dorothy Kangiser ..... Lucy Lusk . . . Craig Mullen . Nancy Wohlers .. Mike Casciato . . . ,lack Landau Janice Blackman Suzanne Rehorka . . .. Jeff Brewer Activities 75 Musicians Find Music hallenging Original music written for Brigadoon, composed by Alan Jay Lerner and Fred- rick Loewe, oifered a challenge to Franklin's orchestra. Vocal solos, cho- rus numbers, and stage changes kept musicians alert. Directed by Mr. George Pancheau, the forty-three member or- chestra practiced many extra hours in preparation for the show. Steve Giordano and Judy Peck, as the lead soloists, sang such popular pieces as "The Heather on the Hill," "Come to Me, Bend to Me," and "Waitin' for My Dearief' Townsfolk find Fiona's song captivating Steve Giordano, Dorothy Kangiser, and John Emra show their musical talents during solo numbers 76 Activities li. f - ,,.g5L,n:ffe'3 ul!! Harry Beaton does a sword dance at the wedding. Orchestra members anticipate the conductor's signal. Included are: fFronL rowlc Sue Bell, Becky Schoinberg, Bob Kays, Linda Groh, CMid- dle rowj: Lorraine Llaneza, Diane Stuck, Bev- erly Cook, fBack rowlz Mary Ann D'Ambr0sia, Foherta Henderson, Hal Donkin, and Ron Phil- ips. Activities 77 3 Working on the lights are: Steve Bork, Kent Brechtbill, Ron Winegarden, and Dale Clark. Frances Ayers applies make-up to soloist Judy Peck. 78 Activities Chatting over the musical score with Mr. John Brewer is ,lim Poujade. Larry Weber applies his make-up while Rudy Heuchert looks on. Stagecrew: Drama Coach Mr. Brian Biggs, Dan Bishop, Jim Lewis, Steve Bork, Roger Ragnone, Mike Robinson, Ron Winegarden, Dave Burnell, Dale Clark, and Kent Brechtbill. Activities 79 ' at 'wc 'ind Merry townsfolk of Brigadoon enjoy themselves at the fair, while vendors sell their wares. Students included are: JoAnn Hopper, Janice Blackman, Jack Landau, Mike Casciato, Rod Duncan, JoAnn Meucci, Bonnie ,lean Zacharias, and Cindy Damico. 80 Activities I Q-is . . ,,,, .....,, . , a i 8 - ? ti Y.: g Vg.. K ww-Nw .f 'L Vifith bags in hand, Richard Wolff leaves for Chicago. F ranklinite Se ected Senior Richard Wolff was the Portland Area Representative to the three-day 1970 National Youth Conference on the Atom in Chicago. He was one of two selected from the state of Oregon. A special committee for the conference re- viewed his dossier and arranged an in- terview. His selection was formally an- nounced at a banquet at the Hilton Ho- tel. ln Chicago, he attended various Workshops and small group discussions with leading scientists. Accompanying him was Mr. Leonard Scheele, a science teacher at Franklin. All expenses were paid hy Portland General Electric. Mr. Scheele and Richard Wfolfl look over the agenda. Activities 81 flrirst rowJ: Bon Beltz, Dan Hall, Don Dimoff, Brian Kelley, Dan Bishop, Paul Cloutier, Bob Lynn, Dale Garrison. fSecond rowl: Coaeh Tom Dyar, Darwin Rasmussen, Greg Keller, Roh Elmore, Gary Grant, John Hafner, Benny Bethune, Jim Ewing, Mic Cochran, Coach Brian Biggs. lThird rowlz Greg Parish, Lee Boroff, Joe liiehorn, Dave Ball, George Smeraglio, Jim Bowen, Dennis Bodeman, Don Caniparoli. flfourth rowl: Rick Baugher, Dave Trimm, Brian Cross, Bill Goodale, Rick Rasmussen, Mike Daw, Mike Brokaw, Jerry Cox. fFifth rowlc Jim Brasesco, Bob Forsythe, George Hunter, Doug Bodeman, Manager Earl Liable. fNot picturedlz Head Coach Jack Knudsen. Foes Tackle Varsit Franklinls Varsity football team, con- sistently outclassed hy its PIL rivals, suffered a one win-eight loss season. The one bright spot in the year for the Quakers was an impressive 2111-8 victory over Adams during Homecoming. Coach Jack Knudsen presented Varsity letters to 36 players at the Varsity Foot- hall Awards Banquet. Greg Keller was voted the Most Valuable Player and named as All-City Linebacker by The Oregonian. Keller and Brian Kelley were chosen as team co-captains. The gridders selected Dan Hall the Most In- spirational and Ron Beltz the Most Im- proved. Bob Lynn hustles off field between plays. 82 Sports l Quaker rooters and band are an essential part of every game. Scoreboard Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Washington Marshall Madison Adams Parkrose Grant Cleveland Jefferson Roosevelt Coach Knudsen works with the team in Ll pre-game warm-up drill. 26 33 35 8 44 21 28 26 7 Sports 83 841 Sports De-helmetf-d gridderx lined up during football spirit assembly to hear praise of Coach ,lack Knudsen. The fierce competition of Varsity football is well illustrated here as three Quakers dive for a loose ball Quaker gridders line up against Adams for the 24-8 vivtory. .,, mn: . A ?.,, . V , fb . . V. ' VV Zh ,V W . 1 K .K Q .gif 1 W . KK'aaa I 1 f i . , - ' I - L - A ., ,f-. .Ni wg fi w : I W, X Referee signals Pnd of play as the Franklin runner is tackled. Sports 85 J.V. FOOTBALL: fFront rowlr Coach Robert Ford. C. Woodard, M. Goodwin. S. Hall, W. Pavlich, W. Palmer, T. Sickler, S. Carter. J. Parker, T. Rohrshieb, Coach Ken Raddle. fSecond rowl: D. Moon, D. VanOrtwick, C-. Androshuk, R. Bishop, R. Arthur, P. Baxter, G. Hunnel,'R. Lake, J. Creel, D. Coleman. fThird rowl: O. Donnell. S. Ford, J. Cameron, R. Bergstrom, L. Scott, A. Hogue, R. Fox, L. Phillips, F. Rodd, J. Wallace. iFourth rowJ: R. Entwistle, M. McNerney, L. Cabner, K. Yanase, R. Mealey. R. Waterhoiise, D. Moyer, R. Dryden, J. Trimm. ,I V Shows Potential J.V. Coaches, Ken Raddle and Bob Ford, felt that the one win, six loss, one tie season "was not indicative of the team's effort and potential." A 32-12 victory over Jefferson was the highlight of the year for the J.V. squad. George Zadan, quarterback, and Roger Dryden, offensive end, were picked as outstand- ing individuals on the basis of a merit system. Gary Hunnel showed excellence on defense, averaging 15 tackles per game. Rick Arthur added strong kick- ing to the team by averaging about 40 yards per punt. Coach Raddle com- mented: "These guys will make an ex- cellent contribution to next year's Var- Junior Varsity Scrimmage with Cleveland' sity." 86 Sports F rash Attack Rivals This year's Freshman football team had a successful season with a 6-2 mark for the A team and 7-0 for the B team. Coach Bob Ellis stated that the turnout this year was "greatl" He hoped that most of the boys would continue with the program and make next year's var- sity squad with some hard work. "Our front line could be put up against the best line in the city on the Frosh level," asserted Coach Ellis. Outstanding Frosh Quakers were Brad Baughmen, John Harding, and Dave , McCan. JV defense pursues Cleveland runner. FROST FOOTBALL: iFirst rowl: D. Schmitz, D. Huffman, P. Smith, R. Bergstrom, J. Hunter, J. Lehl, D. Weissenbuehler, S. Melcher, B. Town- send, Coacli Ellis. lSecond rowl: Coach Robertson, R. Stradley, R. Wold, K. Johnson, D. McCann, L. Vanderpool, M. Callucci, R. Dodd, J. Harding, D. DeMoor. lThird rowl: Coach lillmers, B. Bauglrman, V. Viter, M. Steele, J. Hayes, M. Daschel, B. Daw, R. Knudsen, J. Schramm, M. Blake fF0llTlll fowl: M. Thomas, R. Probert. M. Bergstrorn, P. Durbin, J. TVoodward, S. Ong, J. Taylor, C. Lankins, C. Walker. lFifth rowiz P. Hay, D Hill, R. Rasmussen, C. Bauman. M. Lukiclr, K. MvClung, J. Zeller, M. Owen, M. YVebster. fSixth rowl: R. Johnson, T. Harris, S. Kelley, R. Nyseth, B. Dreves, J. Mason, J. Powell, T. Giordano, K. Kaiser. fS6Y8lllll fowl: T. Zimmerman, D. McFarlane, D. Gill, B. Taylor, R. DeMoor, K. Watten- hurg, J. Kneeland, D. Hawkins, D. Hollister. Sports 87 Varsity Cross Country: fFront rowJ: Ken May, Guy Hill, Tim Cowan, Larry Hall. fSecond rowl: Mike Caputo, Paul Herr- mann, Dave Pullen, Jim Seitz, Ken Otto- son. fThird rowlz Curt Madsen, Ron Bur- rows, Rex Brenton. fFourth rowl: Curt Jacobsen. Bill Maine, Greg Haven. Varsit Runs Strong FI'3I'lkllI1,S Varsity cross country team finished fifth in city and dual meets. Coach ,lon Abraham named Guy Hill "the most valuable runner." Other out- standing team members were Bill Maine, Larry Hall, Tim Cowan, and Curt Jacobsen. "This team was the strongest since live been here," commented Coach Abraham. 88 Sports r if W . Guy Hill, most valuable runner, crosses Bnish line beg X J. V., Frosh Take, First, Third Junior Varsity runners completed an outstanding season, taking a first place in dual meets. The team accomplished a rare feat by finishing with a perfect score against Marshall. Greg Haven, Rex Brenton, and Ken Ottoson were leading runners this season. Ottoson re- ceived the Bronze Shoe Award for the most miles logged. Freshmen jogged to a third place finish in dual and city meets. Paul Savory was the best runner for the young Quakers. Other team members, Randy Schiele and Tom Smurthwaite, sup- ported his efforts. Junior Varsity Cross Country: fFront rowlz Mike Capnto, Gary Kelley, Greg Haven, Ken Ottoson, Curt Belmore. CSecond rowl: Tom Lovlien, Ron Burrow, Dave Pullen, Randy McCartney. fThird rowb: Curt Madson, Rex Brenton, Mike Wong, Jim Seitz. Frosh Cross Country: fF'ront rowiz Paul Savory, Al Santos, Walt Coska, Berry Obert. fSec0nd rowlz Tom Smurthwaite, Sam Lee, Mike Wright. fThird rowlz Cary Nelson, Bob Cortrill. fFourLh rowl: Randy Schiele. Sports 89 Chris Rcvvriuzm swiuuuin' in victor' afminsl Clvveland. Gail Su er executes sucvvssful form in lllllltlfll . l- l r- P 90 Sports fFirst rowl: Becky Wirtjvs, Chris Revvriuun, Dc-libic' Super, ,lulie D,AlI'lbn'OSl3, Cindy Holstine, Karol Hansen, Donna Fujino Beth Locke, Couch Dean Muuclilvy isecond fowl: Kim Holstinr-, Eileen Clow, Barbara Gniewosz, Mary Ann D'Ambr0sia Doris Jung. 1 s i 2 M3 I..-uv' llfirst rowlz Mike Weiss, lAlI'l'y Krettler, Dennis Regelirn, Mike Reverlnan, Greg Streeh, ,lini Sweet, Mike Zeller, fNot Pic- turedl Craig Redlern 1Seeond rowl: Coueh lleun Muuehley, Cary Koch, Bob Baker, Pat llendcrson, Kirk McCmnu1on, Ray Davis, ,lim Ewig. Craig Redfern poises, ready for diving start in Cleveland meet. Swim Team Strengthens "They're the greatest bunch of kids in the school." That was how Coach Dean Mauchley deserilmed Franklin's swim- ming team. The lnoys' team finished with three wins and two losses. Mike Reverniun went to the State Swim Meet and finished fourth in the 200-yard free style. The girls' team swam to a 4-1 dual-meet record, third best in the PIL. The girls had a large turnout and were ahle to win a majority ol events in most meets. Most of the swimmers will rc- turu, making a possilvle strong team for next year. Sports 91 92 Sports Rall Rouses Hooters Varsity football rally overcame many obstacles in raising spirit for the 1970 football season. The new assembly schedule and a poor season challenged the rally to work together to raise spirit. They continued getting game tags, painting signs, decorating hoops, lock- ers and goalposts, and planning assem- blies, all traditional duties of the rally squad. Carla Tweten, fall Vice Presi- dent stated, "The people who came to the games, were very spirited, but the crowds were small." The rally cheered Varsity wrestlers on to a fine season. Wrestling rally Presi- dent, Sandi Thario, wanted to thank all Franklin students who supported their teams during the year. Sm.: . 4 Doug Roylance, Sandi Thario, and Barbra Van Troyer, lead crowd in cheer: "Keller, Quakerman, go, fight, win"! fOppositeJ Front row: Steve Miller, Doug Roylance, Vince lelineo. lSecond rowj Sandi Thario, Maggie Benson, Anne Larsson, Bar- hra Van Troyer, Cindi Stucki fleftl Rally squad intently watches the match. flower left? Cindy Stucki, and Vince ,lelineo pro- mote spirit at Adams' game. flower rightl Maggie Benson and Barbra Van Troyer wait for match to start, VW f x f , 1145547 ff' T4 21 , 1 , ' A. . 1574, x , Q: .A 1,17 -A' ff , ,fj f fg- ' , 1 if P W M, 45 ,S , I I ffitwfl I Q Vx' fu - A , I It y. 1,1 1 x , f X1 '51 j fi. I if x 5 Um 1 , :fy - X III, I kv ff X' 1-:am - , ,. V Q YZ? S' N Ar' 1. fs if K A0 w w ' A R T flax I7 . ' ',1 x X l x r X X N ' iifv of , , , . , ul A ,- 5-Af M67 . 1 - bf- ,,7Zw 5, U' . i s ,Q ,, ' J .I I1 WI I rj' 4 If W K A' vw Mix" if 'X' ' ' Y. , ,', ' i, J I ' Ari W' 1, AA 1 1. .-- 41: .1 .4 iv ' l 4" ' 1, ,. H 'J-Vfi' ' W fix ' N ... ..-M 5' --- "K- gw 41 gl' 'A-5 5:41 . Vp, N"'vv '4Ww'y7v V . 1. 3 lkkfwy 1". f4'yr,Q-1i5,f,,W.flQq-w , 7, X Xlt af. ilu .5, W K ,- 1. 11 , V? ' f" Wa, ff". ggxgba am' ' f XL! " f' mf! , . an Eiga' Wg Y7 V I V xl , L., I , 1 ,11 ' 1 '7 , A ' 141 'W'-2'1 lf- , AA - - . 5 u XQL ,I I 1 M0111 A YV: 8 f I . ' K ,x'X,Xg,. 7,1 - 3 i " I 'i 1 a '-"si" AL 3.1 1, FAA ' Q flgv, -gh K ' is .V I ,u ' A ' f 1,1 fp! T' , " ' . ASO ' A1 , I 'lr . ,V x-L, X ue! 5 lv? " hx J- . " 1' 1,1 -14,,!..! 19452 on ? 1. . '. 121,015 Q . I. . li. C N I Q1 V f s 4. 1. ,, 4, -' ' "VW . - ,s 1 A , " ' 3 A . ix . 1 1 ,V gm. ' ' " ,, 14 5, I '1.,,.," 1" n , , .f A A ' N - .-'71, V, g l ,Nm ,xg ' 1 - gk T,-"' ,,.,.. 3, "-'- ... I -'A' 1 ,z-Q, 1:-Hwy? QS' - 'f13'S'fAmnga,1 11, , fQ,,wd, ' ?1i ! 11 y 1, A , A' 41 uf? -.Q'1?', , 'A W Z X vi f, 11 A 10, Q" 11-' A-r g fig.,- . f -K' . 11,fgw' is A' .af 0' N ' wg 'H ' N if 7 1 ' ' 1, ., 1,1 I ', 5 1 , If 4 'k' lf' , I ,' L1 I 9 I L -x r 1111!-,fl .5 ff . Ab' "' - , if , F ' S A 742 ,f ' . Mig ff, ' A ' 1 Xt. Am'-i55A xx'-' X I T-A f n GRO ,f f 6 7 4 Af J 2 WW Lf ,425 dw 'U' K-9 - 1 1 I llf. " '5 fig 1 V f 15' " "1 ' . 'J Q1 '1 3 1 ffgli 'lx 1.31 5' , ' 1 I 1' ', N W ' l It 11 , .Af N mx If I , 13 "I '4 l ' 'xvx A ' ' K 6 ,rg Y PS Kc STAFF f ,f gf? f 2 I ll f fr ' 1 , fr' f ff' ,I 94 X I .1 xf ltx I f' K5 , xi 41, '1 1 1 AIN M1 5' ' -'X' XY ' 3 ' ' 1 -141 if 1' K 7,21-1 'N I is if 'QA' 5451 M K0 1 X . ,. . "ll" I ', 5' HZ j' "' I 7 :' 4 H, 11 ,I ' V I 1 1 1 1 111. me , f . 1' - A 1 o- - x 'J . 1-'5's.1V ,3 1' h ' Mu' 4? - 1 .U . 'IA1,Jy5Q' 1 -1 f, - ,, .-.ln .41,P.1 ,Q 1, Y .XL-.. 1 h 1.,,,4,. ,C K, I H.. I tc. I I. . al .Q 'N,'. ' tr' 1 . .1 -1 'f' - - ,K A A77 U' " r A v , 1 1 f 1 . . 1 '- Q : .,. 5. 1 , ff x g 1 1 i W-,L TA, x y., ,gm M X ., in -flu. . -X .4 I 1.11 Vw X X ,,1- 1 V , .9 ni '1 .l QE' lf A , , ,ef , 1, .- , A1 1 ff ,NJ -1 ' X M ,fi 'VKX + , 1 Q , 5' 4' ,. .,..-- ..v..-- ,f,- H ----- -M t 'Q 5: .X A422 - f 1 . 44" X -. Q' M. .,j,4.I4Q. - '--'MZ-'Q vm, ,,.,. I ' X '!"q'w-yy M., 1- A f'2fm'Q'-wi' 1 fWy +Sfaf,Wf'4'WV5' I .fy w wf -1" . f . ,F ' ., '- '-' Q 4 fi', ':f ' gi f ' ' I 4 ,UW . ,fy Z'l '4 A Za. 4 16379 "1 9 f 1' v F-" W1 f- irq 1 1-rf mfii 9, 1-f x In 11, ,x-, I ,Y 1 -M , . A M , 1 , - ' 12 f, "ff ' Milf '3 I '1 , Q' ' H "- 1 I f V "- 1' , 1-9 . ' 1 HL 1 ' ,. 1 j. I , ,'h4,73.Qli , ' 1 nwnix, 2. 1,-, , ' jf ': L .F 1,:,v.' 4- Y W f P F V 1:5 1 D F A -U1 ,QQ ' Q-1 521 I 1" '35 s 1 3? 'N 1 Sx . A 1, . ' F'- "g a 'I' 1 I' A wil- 5 Xi? M. .B .. . "-' , L ff A' ' - -. ,. ff , ,- ..-.... vw , up -, ,- 'K' E' 'lb If 1 e -xx' ' V.-Q , x , . , . . , .wx--'v I 1.-fix"-'1 'X' I -.-i, -- I 'X' "S -1 -- I 1 . H3 . ,la . 7 -i-..,-,. 4... lFirst Rowl: Catherine Babuick, Elaine Louie, Judy Madson, Sue lson, Jancie Harding, Cathi Christensen, Annamarie Burchell, iSecond Rowj Pam Louie, Carrie Swain, Karen Schreiner, Karen Denny, Debbie Walz, Sally Daniels, 1Third Rowlz Stan Gish, Lori Wagman, Pam Couture Judy Lee, Sherry Langdon. Debbie Mosbrucker, fFourth Bowl: Jim Jones, Scott Hill, Vince Jelineo, Dave Anderson. Wif- Mrs. Miriam Puckett, ad- visor, reads the English f0uT- nal during class. 96 Organizations Cathi Christensen and Annamarie Burchell work on picture cropping. Debbie Mosbrucker calls to check dates with Mr. Wong. Staff Chooses Friendship "Friendship," a subject that concerns everyone, was chosen as the theme of the 1970-1971 ALMANAC. A short poem on friendship, written by staff member Pamela Louie, is featured in the illustrated introduction. Early in the year, layouts are planned and picture-taking is arranged. The staff relies on student photographers for candids and certain group shots. Indi- vidual student portraits are taken by professional photographers. After the page plan is final, the typist types the captions and copy. When the page is approved by Mrs. Miriam Puckett, the advisor, the' page is sent to the publisher in California. Currie Swain and Vince Jelineo work on ALMANAC layouts. Organizations 97 POST STAFF: lFront Bowl: Cecilia Whitehead, Cathy Seeley, Linda Mills, fSecond Rowl: Laurie Evans, Trudy Kay, Marily Caton, Bev Bankston, fFall Editorj, Roxanne Crosby, Diana Linton, Alecia Arm- strong, Jerry Dahlgern, CThird Rowl: Cindy Klein, Virginia Eaton, Karen Lee, Paul Crawford, Susan Bell, Mrs. Barbara Caylor fAdvisorJ, 98 Organizations .WV fFourth Rowl: Lucy Lusk, Bernie Hawkins, Ian Cordon, fFifth Rowl: Sandi Wickam, Carla Tweten, Leslie Johnson. lSixth Rowj: Marcia Wright, Theresa Ryan, Heather Beard, fTop Rowlg Lori Raker, Jon Bork, Dave Hawkins, Larry Ralphs, Peter Bauer, Rod Hildenbrand, Den- nis Gillies, Sandi Johnson, Bob Mullins. Mrs. Barbara Gaylor approves Marily Caton and Theresa Ryan's layout. Cheryl Jarboo, Bev Bankston, and Dave Hawkins present Mrs. Barbara Gaylor with a sucker on the announcement of her leave of absence. Post Stresses Accurate ews POST staff members are interested juniors and seniors who have completed one year of beginning journalism. They gain responsibility and journalistic ex- perience by writing news stories, edi- torials, features, sports articles, columns and reviews. Every edition of the POST involves planning sheets, story assignments, re- search, interviews. The co-ordination of photos, writing copy, headlines and pic- ture captions, editing and making page layouts are complicated with never- ending deadlines to meet. Deadlines they are wicked says Joh Bork. Organizations 99 Photographers Snap, Prmt Second year photography students take, develop, and print many of the neces- sary pictures that make up the AL- MANAC. In first year photography, students learned photo techniques. Second year students put these tech- niques into actual practice hy taking pictures for the ALMANAC and the POST. This requires punctuality, re- sponsibility, and skills in taking pictures under many dillerent conditions. Walt Kuhli pauses a moment from the long hours of de- veloping pictures. Karen Lehen looks at print she has just developed. 100 Organizations 4 . , .,f Walt Kubli, Karen Lehen, Allen Ewers and Jim Brown pause from taking pie- tures to have their pictures taken. Miles Anderson prepares to size ri picture. '-'DU fLeftJ: Doug Cuinn, Lorna Dryden, Jill Murphy. 1MiddleD: An McBride, Margie Tracy, Ingrid Sessler, Dianne Krueger, Robin Richardson, Laurie Gibson. fliiightlz Barbara Bellott, Janine Elston, Mr. Jerry Bosco. Art Staff apitalizes on kills Staff members, under the direction of Mr. Jerry Bosco, are chosen on the basis of originality and skill in sign lettering and poster making. Commercial art and the recommendation of the teacher are required. Each art staff member is allowed to use any media and supplies to carry out his assignments. The stall' produces fliers announcing dramatic events, hall ban- ners, and posters. Clubs and groups within the school ordered various types of art work from the staff. A major prospect was the construction of a maze of wood scraps to publicize the production of "See How They Runf' Names of the actors were painted on the maze. "5rs.,, a,---'N K An McBride, Linda Young, and Barbara liheler dl cus the All Stills next project fAt Leftl: Carry Swain peeks around the corner of the maze made by the Art Staff. ADULT CAFETERIA STAFF: iFront Rowlz Mary Eaton, Daisy lsaccsani, Helen Gottsch, Amanda Huntley, Lucille Van Horn, Reva Whedan, fSecond Rowlz Stephanie Bullington, Manicc Stuck, Rhoda Hallway, Florine Baylie, Mary Ann Nichols, Snow Tebeck, Jean Scboenheinz, Opal Bjorem, Dana Miller. a eteria taffs Cook, Serve Assistants in the cafeteria help the cooks prepare and serve the food and bever- ages purchased by the students. They also help clean the tables and wash dishes after the lunch periods. Several workers sell food in the student lounge during all periods of the day. They work hard to see that the students of Franklin have attractive, well balanced meals available. 102 Organizations taffs aintain Records Headed by Mrs. Eleanor Norlin and Mrs. Jean Schultz, the library and bookroom staffs maintain student book records. Some 25,340 textbooks are checked out at the beginning of the year and rc- turned in June. English novels are ro- tated throughout the year. Bookroom staff members repair text- books and other learning aids. Charg- ing and shelving books are the main duties of a library worker. STUDENT CAFETERIA STAFF: fFront Rowl: Linda Carter, Maria Waddy, Janice Reed, Linda Smead, Carol Albano, Eileen Tiller, lSecond Rowi: Teddy Riaz, Cindy Carter, Linda Akins, Leta Sweeney, Roberta White, Joan Harding, Vernita Waddy. Mrs. Eleanor Norlin, head librarian. Mrs. Marjorie Christensen, assistant librarian. Mrs. Ruth Lemery, assistant librarian. . 1First Rowl: Georgia Knapp, Janet Dunk, Teri Henick, Gaynell Owens, Hope Currin, Sarah Uurley. fsecond Howl: Evonne Yeomans, Mary Jo Wiseman, Dorothea Erdmann, Vickie Everhart, Carolyn Fogterman. fThird Rowlz Wanda Milhollin, Teresa Wong, Sandra Miller. ,X in fFront Rowl: Debbie Allen, Carolyn Fosterman, Donna Brisbee, Mrs. Jean Schultz, Joni Stouten- berg. fBack Rowlz Larry Clevenger, Gail Kerchem, Rosemary McLellarn, Debi Larson, Judy Stopper. Organizations 103 Students Assist in ffice Work ATTENDANCE OFFICE: fFront Rowl: Pam Louie, Terry Robo, Shirley Col- vin, Sheri Glenn. fMiddle Rowl: Mrs. Davis, Ann Lund, Karen Benson, Mrs. Peden. fBack Rowl: An- namaire Burchell, Debbie Hinkle, Mike Davis. Efficient assistants in the main and at- tendance oHices have many duties. They answer the phone, take messages, and deliver memos for Mrs. Gowing and Mrs. Davis. At the beginning of the year, these students have the tedious job of alphabetizing 2,400 schedule cards. Besides receiving a full credit, they gain valuable job experience. A new dress code was instituted for of- fice workers. Girls are allowed to wear pants suits while working in the office. Formerly, dresses were required. This ruling came about after the business- men's revision of their dress code. ,,.,,.t..-0 MAIN OFFICE: Sue Ruonola, Barbara Willman, Vickie Johnson, Carla Tweten, Diana Newton, Nola Schott, Patty Robinson, Debbie Grace, Lois LaHue, Patty Fontana, Debbie Mahoney, Vickie Wheeler. 104 Organizations COLLEGE Mrs. Lindley, Counseling Asst., iSecond C0-ORDINATOR'S STAFF: COUNSELING OFFICE STAFF: fFront iFront Rowbz Marcia ixadt, Shawna Grant, Susan Ison, Judy Palandri, Baska Schouten, Rowl: Joaiine Meucci, Mary Tooley, Patty McNerney, Donna DeMoor, Jean Oliverio. Rowlz Janice Blackman, Joni Huke, Deborah Schramm, Diana Patterson, Roxanne Remme, lSecond Rowlz Marsha Harding, Joanne Wellington, Sherry Stearns, Terese Sanders, Sue Hoyt, fTh1 Marla Rothery, fFourth Rowlz Ed Hill, R rd Rowlz Mrs. McKnight, Delores Wall, Laurie Gibson, oger Leavenworth, John Dolan. Students Provide Clerical Help Students assisting in the counseling and college co-ordinator's oflices receive a credit for performing various tasks. An- swering the phone, typing, filing, and summoning students for counselors are some of their duties. Gaining oilice ex- perienee, these students have an advan- tage when they apply for jobs after graduation. Organizations 105 Resource Centers Specialize , Educational materials found in the re- source centers provide specialized infor- . , i i i l Mrs. Patricia Connolly mation in the areas of social studies and English. Books on American problems and cur- K- 1 rent issues are circulated through the social studies resource center. Numerous magazines, newspapers, and distribu- tive education resource materials are available for student use. The English resource center houses books on Shakespeare, poetry, foreign languages, composition, speech, and drama. Students from film-study and mass media classes use the English cen- ter frequently. Lee Beggs looks for material. Mrs, Ida Wolleck CFront rowjz Jacqueline Beattie, Marlene Neukamm, Donna Scopacasa. iBack rowJ: Rozanne Howell, Debra Klenke, Terri Zimmerman, Linda Long. 106 Organizations Stage Crew 1 " WYSSE A 3 R 3 eww la 2 Q 5 l 4 wx 3' B 1 Q is 5 iw, Q my ., ' :Avi-1. I 'iff k t iw... R fFront Rowjz Jim Louis, Roger Ragnone, Mike Robinson. fRuvk Rowlz Ron Winegarden, Dale Clark, Kent Brechtbill, Dave Barnell, Craig Mullen, Mr. Brian Biggs. Pro jectionists E .. qv . C?" ...um fFront Rowl: Mike Lankins. Terry Wold, Greg Keller, Lee Borolf, Roger Ragnone. lSecond Rowl: Mr. Britt Davis, Mike Webb, Dale Olney, Rolland Leteher, Tad Sickler, Ron Entwisle, Rick Norton. QThird Rowl: Mike Boetger, Tom Jordan, Stanley Hess, Bruce Deters, Steve Allen, Steven Roll, Rick Jenson, Tim Jenson. Organizations 107 Susan Llllllli, Pleiudes president, delights in leurnin Pleiades Promotes F riendliness Pleiades is the senior girls, honor Club at Franklin. This year, its purpose was to promote friendliness among the stu- dents by giving parties for transfer stu- dents, to acquaint them with each other and inform them of various activities in the school. Pleiades were originally the virtuous daughters of Atlas, according to Greek mythology. As each girl is accepted into the club, she is given a virtue for which she is outstanding. 1Front Howl: Nancy Knikinen fpuhlicity chairmanl, Carla Tweten fTreasnrerl, Susan Lamb fPresidentl, Jo Ann Hopper tSecretaryJ lBack Rowl: Debbie Mosbrucker, Elaine Louie, Karen Baisinger, Yoshik Saheki. Camera shy: Terry Brock, Marily Caton fVice-Presidentl 108 Organizations uill and Scroll F ria rs lubs Recognize Scholarship Quill and Scroll, an international high school organization for outstanding jour- nalism students, was reactivated this year. Its purpose is to recognize and honor outstanding journalists. Friars is the senior boys, honor and service club. They got together with Pleiades, and on April 13, gave a get acquainted tea for the new seniors who transferred to Franklin. Among their other activities were ushering duties at proms and during the senior graduation festivities. Upper left: lF'1'ont Howl: Terri Ryan, Sandi Wickham, Cheryl Jarboe, Sandi Johnson, Bob Mullins. fBack Rowl: Marcia Wright, Mrs. Barbara Caylor fadvisorl, Lucy Lusk, Marily Caton. Bottom left: fFront Rowl: Greg Dia loreto, fsec.l, Dave Ball fPres.l, Bob Lynn fVice Pres.l. fSec0nd Rowl: Paul Herrmann, Richard Wolff, Jim Elston fTreas.l, Stan Gish. fBack Rowl: Jim Jones, Rod Hildenhrand, Steve Miller. Organizations 109 NHS Donates Services National Honor Society entrance re- quirements remained as 3.25 GPA for juniors and seniors. Sophomores needed a 3.67 GPA for admittance and must have maintained a 3.25 accumulative grade point average. After the fall banquet at the Mayflower Building, NHS members served as guides on Parent's Night. As an annual service project, National Honor Society sponsored a Christmas party for the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Everybody participated by filling stockings with goodies, wrapping presents, and serving. Spring installation and initiation cere- monies were held in April in Franklinis auditorium. This spring cabinet abol- ished the nominating committee and de- vised a plan in which interested people would nominate themselves. Ushering at Senior Commencement was the final project of the year. Mr. Sklenicka and Mrs. Jenkins, N.H.S. advisors, discuss coming activities. SJ! 4 8, of ew' , Q '44, ppp '.'1'1' -44 C NHS SENIORS: fFront Howl: Marcia Rauchenstein. Yoskiko Saheki, Judy Lee, Greg Diloreto, JoAnn Hopper, ,lim Jones, Nancy Kurkinen, Heather Beard. lSecond Howl: Debra Caldwell, Sherry Langdon, Debbie Mosbrucker, Barbara Gniewost, Marilyn Barnhart, Chris Reverman, Melissa Brun- ing, Elaine Louie, Barbara Beloit. tThird Howl: Debbie Dougas, Lucy Lusk, ,Iuliann Hart, Stella Lee, Sue Hoyt, Ingrid Sessler, Cecilia Whitehead, Sharlene Bolera, Roberta Henderson, lBaCl' Rowl: Karen Baisinger, Jan Corden, David Ball, Laird Clow, Richard WOIH, Jack Landau, Susan Lamb, Carla Tweten. Nancy McElhaney. 110 Organizations ...,...a.-..N,w,w.w, XXf,. W K hmuwwfmmhwa A NHS JUNIORS: fFirst Rowl: Pamela Louie, Carrie Swain. Carolyn Nelson, Bernie Hawkins, Sally Daniels, Dorothy Kangiser, Linda Mills, Nanci Noren, Patty McNerney, lSeeond Rowl: Janice Harding, Catherine Babniek, Cindy Klein, Judy Peck, Mirta Neimetsehek. Sue Bell, Christi Harris, Janice Fossati, fThird Bowl: Cathi Christensen, Candy Klein, Judy Madson, Maureen McFarlane, Linda Trappe, Susie Bolder, Anne Taylor, Bar- bara Briggs, fFourth Bowl: Debbie Johnson, Guy Hill, Don Caniparoli, Craig Flach, Ben Stark, Mike Daw, Dave Anderson, Sue Johnson. - 45 NHS SOPHOMORES: fFirst Howl: Mike Caputo, Melvin Huie. Dennis Regelin, Julie D'Ambrosia, Joan Brandt, Shirley Colvin, fsecond Bowl: Chris Diloreto, Eileen Clow. Bozanne Howell, Sandy Dickinson, Teresa Plyler, Lisa Herrmann, lThird Bowl: Roger Lyseng, Cutis Madsen, Curt Belwod, Carrie Bergstrom, Linda Schroeter, Shirley Barrett, fFourth Rowl: Ken Ottoson, Mark Jones, Mark Junker, Arne Haugstod, Kaznhilo Yanase, Allen Crlsanaz. Organizations 111 Russian lub and T hespian lub RUSSIAN CLUB: fFront Rowl: Mary Anderson, Mr. Alan Ellis, Alethea Stone, Eddie VanArsdall. fSecond Rowi: Dorcy Long Stella Lee, Rosanne Mackintosh fBack Rowl: Sandi YVickham Mary Tooley, Carol Holstrom. THESPIAN CLUB: iFront Howl: Cindy Stncki, Dorothy Kangisvr. June Humbird, Linda Parker, Ann Poetlewaite, Nancy Baker, Marcia Wright, Mr. Brian Biggs. fSecond Rowl: Ingrid Sessler. Pamela Louie, Nylaten Clay, Lisa Herrmann, Margie Tracy. CThird Howl: Janice Blackman, Carrie Swain, Trudy Kay, Anne Taylor, Vince Ielineo, Merrily Brinda. fBack Rowl: Mark Jones, MaryAnne D'AmlJroe1ia. Denise YVong, Rick Jones. Lori Lindi, Craig Flach, Kent Brechtbill. ll2 Organizations fFirst Rowlz Debbie Nickerson. Debbie McKee, Pam Shaver. Vicki Wheeler, Cora McKean, Karen Meyer, fSecond Rowl: Cathy McFarland, Patti Blades, Robin Meskel, Jacque Ernest, Charlene Davis, Pam Thomas, Terri Robideau, fThird Howl: Bev Lapp, Charline Erickson, Carol Donaldson, Mary Anderson, Melody Sorensen. Donna Willett, fFourth Rowlz Pam Sorenson, Vickie Shaver, Doris Jung, Geri Wilson, Helgi Alver. Pam Shauer, Robin Mcskel. Vickie Shaver, Bev Lapp, Carol Donaldson. Therese Robideau, Vicki Wheeler, lOn Floor? Cora McKean, captain. uakerettes Entertain Quakerette activities began in the latter part of August with practices and audi- tions for the Quakerette dance line. Fourteen girls qualified for membership in the Hiliners, which entertain during half time at Franklinls basketball games. Some of the Quakerettes, activities in- cluded being usherettes at the musical, '4Brigadoon," on November 20 and 21. A car wash and bottle drives were some of the major money-making projects. Organizations 113 esteem Bowlers Hold Weekl Meets Every Friday at 3:15 p.tn. tht- Franklin howling tn-um inet-ts at Eastside Bowl- ing Alloy. Thirty-one howlt-rs, livatlecl by Jeff McEwen, pri-siclent, and Teresa Todd, secretary, kept tht- eluh organized. Don Dimoff, Ken Rodd, Lev Sloan, and Dave Dinioff were lt-ailing, as a team, in March. Leo Sloan bowled tht- hest game with u 237. sliwiiifkf g-A.-.3 iw tFirst Rowi: Sheryl Rneek. Donna Wirtjes, Beekie Wirtjes, Karen Youngdell. Shirley Fonts, fSee0nd Rowl: Mise Katherine Knotts, Dennis Regelin Dennis Croh Jeff Meliwen, Tim Priee, fThird Rowlz Glen Cole. David Moon. Robert Mullins, ,lim Moore, .lim Pohrinnn, tlfonrth Rowlz Chfl Gniewosz. Pete Gzillneei, Donald Worthington, Dave Diinoff, RI1'lIill'd Jun 114 fr! flfirsl Howl: Mary Yazzolino, Katy Gossett, Mary Lon Siekler. Roxanne Rernee. Marilyn Mnnger, Terry Tllonias, lgeeorul Howl: Randy Nud- elnian, Barbara Wines, Donna Xvirtzess, ,lune Coeliran, Deliliie Hinkel, Diane Miller. Ginger Carroll. Dare Hudson, lTl1ird Rowl: lid Darnell. Randy Ford, Mark Cruner, Marsha lleveiteo, llale Olney, Marla BlLllll'lllll'll. Christi Harris. Mide Davis, llfourtli Howl: Brure lleters, lNlargarel Shoe- maker, Dennis Gillies, Don Johnstone. 54-ol! Rurnlmugli. Distributive Ed Uses Seller as HDQ Benjiis Seller is staffed by junior and senior DE students. Taught by Mr. Howard Grogan, the DE classes study all phases of marketing. Their activities include stocking the store, taking inven- tory, cashiering, arranging displays, ad- vertising, and managing. Selling game and field trip tickets and keeping student locker numbers straight are some of the duties of the student store bookkeepers. "It's a great oppor- tunity to work with people," said Connie Cozzetto. The student helpers are under the supervision of Mrs. Psyche Miller. lldirst Howl: Mary Calbraitli, llawn fllllllllllglltlllll, l.inda Trappe, fSem'ond Howl: Linda Murray, Donna Pim-r, Nancy Hauseli. Cheryl Jarlioe. Judy Peek. Marlene Robe-rti, fTliird Rowl: Judy Pill, Ann Postlewaite, Jeanne Lovlien, Nancy Melfllmney. Organizations 115 ambda Gamma 'RDA'-,...,..4'jJ W 5 fFront Howl: Dorothea Erdmann. Judy Lee, Greg Diloreto, Chris Reverman, Lisa Herrmann. 1Second Rowl: Karen Hoerman, Jolene Siple, Patty Allenlmrand, Linda Mills. Sliarlene Bolera, Candy Klein. fThird Rowl: Diane Stalker, Barbara Cniewosz, Cindy Hostine, Merri Martin, Cindy Klein, Lynn Reverman, Miss Susan Wohld. fFourth Rowl: Carolejean Carroll, Jan Corden, Cecilia lVl1itehead, Marty MvBrooni, Marci Biggs, Cath- erine Babnick. J ' ,JW N. Q 'E' QQ ' J illlltrfi , J iii , L yy , " yiaa 5 r' 'Leif 32 Nil! fsfq 'LQ A Mi!! flfront Howl: Gary Hunnel, Tom Herd, Bob Lynn, Dan Hall. fSecond Howl: Mike Casciato, Oren Donnell, Rod WBI6l'h0USC, Donell Randall, Paul Giannone. fThird Rowlz Nick Ciannone, Dale Garrison, James McQuaw, Dave Dimoff. fFouth Rowl: Jim Poujade, Dave Hopkins, Lee Borofl. 116 Organizations Mr if 'V if f ' .1- z wt ,W m"""'i"i'iiiti:1a, . ront Howl: Roberta llemlerson, Mr. C. li. l'amelu-au, Yoshiko Saheki fSeeond Rowl: Lori Lindi, Rozanne Howell, Georgia Knapp, Sandy llwkinson, Sue Bell. Lorraine Llanezu IThird Rowl: Barlmru Willman, Nylaten Clay. Joy Hughes, MaryAnne D'Ambrasia, Teresa Plyler, Geri Wilson fliavk Rowl: Sllirley Barrett, Karen Balisinger. Steven Giordano, Rick Jones. Mark Jones, Guy Hill, Merrily Brinda. . Pnneheuu, neirl' vlevted to the NfJl'lllX8'l'ZillxI'H lizmd lliree- , 1 y . . tors Hall of Fame, directs a morning relieztrsul. A y Sigma Gives Scholarship Sigma Phi Alpha, Franklin's music honor club, accepted members of the Girls' Choir for the first time. Previ- ously, membership was limited to hand, orchestra, and "An Choir students. Sigma members attended musical events around the City such as tht- i'Messiah," University of Oregon Symphony Band Concert and Franlclinis "Brigadoon.,' This year, the club adopted a new con- stitution and gave the G. E. Pancheau Scholarship to a deserving member. Organizations 117 tFirst Rowlz June Hinnbird, Linda Schultz, Linda Lore. Janice Blackman, Debbie Super, Marilyn Barnhart, John Einra, Greg Darlow, Ron Schielc, Mark Jones, Rick Arthur, Sain Carter, Sain Sanders. Judy Pccl-1, Alcida Gonzales, Kay CL1YLU1illlgll, fSccond Howl: Connie Mark, Bonnie Zacharias. Donna Baldwin, Patty Garvin, San Johnson, Jack Schoenenlan. Toni Hcrd, St:-rc Giordano, Cary Grant, Ben NVQ-ston, Rod Duncan, Yanasc Kazu- hiko, Robert Hall, MaryAnn D'Anibr0sia, Jane Kostra, Flory Pi-rlas. tlaridad Valdez, lTl1ird Howl: Diana Patterson. Debbie Cunningham. Ingrid Sesslcr, Lori Trinnn, Lucy Lusk, Mike Crowther, George Thompson, Mike Casciato, Dennis Mt-Ilroy, Dan Smith. Greg Keller, Ed Stitch, Larry Weber, s S 5 5 "A" Choir sings at the Hilton Hotel for the annual "Lighting of the ffhristinas Tree" ceremony. 118 Organizations 1'5" ,. " L KW' W Dale Garrison, Nancy Olsen, JoAnn Rt'l'l0I'.Y,l0i1Illlt' Hopper, fl7ourth Howl: Dorothy KLlIlQlrl'I'. Joan livans. llehhie Stefan, Jan Harding, Candy Whitley. Joann Meueei. Jack Landau, David Moon, Al Ewers. John Brown. Thu llrennan, Jim Poujade. Greg Parrish. Rudy l'lourhert, Mika' Ryan, Betsy Tinker. Cindy lYAllllt'0, Shannon Corrigan. llleyerly Cook. aa.s::fwaggve13f:s1-yf- wry, lf is . 1 . . ,f,, Choir Tapes or Radio KISN Sixty-nine outstanding voices blend to form "A" Choir, directed by Mr. John Peery. As Franklin's "best,', they rep- resent the school at various community activities. They sang at the Christmas program and made a tape of Christmas carols for a local radio station. Girls Choir, under the direction of Mr. John Brewer, provides those girls with good voices an advanced choir experi- ence. Any sophomore, junior, or senior girl who passes the auditioning is eli- gible to join. Among other activities, they sang for the patients at Veterans Hospital. l , ll7irst Row li Dfltlil N-lllIll'iPl'5. Denise Carrara, Laura Price, Jill Slith, Beverly Browning. Karen llvnny. ffarol Knutson, llvlmlmin- llusif-, Karen hrucker, Mary Galbraith, tSecond Howl: Janice Kruse, Mary Anderson. Valerie Stark. llc-lla Ipox, Cora lx'lL'Kl'illI Annette' Snider liovannl llox AIUN' sr ll Cay Nelson. Sue Wilson, llehlne Blankenship. Gail Mnnkz-rs, Vanora Henry, l'l'hird Howl: Rose Tracy. Cc-ri Wilson, I':l2llIlf'AHllll1ilt'll, :ll-ri LIIIIHIPI'-7 man, Joy Hughes. Carrie Bergstronl, Ann Pfliiltt ' 't 1, Nl T ffl Nlllt y I1 en ny. Kristi Turqnist, Terry Plyler, Clnrlene lflrickson, Marla Blanchard. Organizations 119 Laura Price, Janice Kruse, Annette Snider, Terry Plyler, Nyla TenClay, Carrie Bergstrom, Joy Hughes, Kristy Turnquist, Geri Wison, Rozanne Howell, Mary Galbraith. First Row! Janice Hardin Tami Malsey Karen Siegle Maralee Donkin, Debbie Grace. fSec- i . 2 g, , , ond Rowbz Kathy McCausland, Dorethy Kangiser, Judy Peck, Sue Edgell. 120 Organizations l J l Q J iTopJ: Tim Nord, Hal Donkin, George Smer aglio, Roberta Henderson. E 9 xt Tom Herd, John Emra, Mark Jones, Larry Weber, and Steve Giordano, seniors, make up the Terracotta 5. Harmonettes Karen Baisinger Debbie Cunningham Debbie Super Susan Hoyt L c L 'lc S d Wickham, Lori Trimm, Kathy,Baldino, JoAnn Hopper pose at the piano. 7 U y ug 7 an y Ensembles mphas ize Per ormance Besides singing, learning how to work together and to present yourself in a poised manner to the public are some of the objectives of the small ensembles. These groups are formed at the end of the freshman year after auditioning, and stay together as singing groups for three years. - The Harmonettes, senior girls ensemble, provided the entertainment at the Mul- tiple Sclerosis Christmas party sponsored by Franklin's National Honor Society, and a Rotary Club luncheon. The Chantelles, the junior girls ensemble, sang at the Fall NHS banquet. Patients at the Veterans Hospital and Barnes Hospital were entertained by the Son- nettes, sophomore girls ensemble. Hal Donkin, Roberta Henderson, Tim Nord, and George Smeraglio are mem- bers of Franklin,s Brass Ensemble. Be- sides participation in all band activities, they play special music written for brass instruments. At Christmas, the ensemble played carols from the clock tower. Organizations 121 fFirst Bowl: Robert Baker, Rick Jones, Lori Lindi, Susan Bell, Mirta Niemetschek, Becky Schoberg, Robert Kays, Craig Flach. 1Sec:ond Howl: MaryAnn D'Ambrosia, Berky Welchel, ,lill Stith, Joanne Totzen, Merrily Brinda, Rozanne Howell, Debbie McKee, Linda Groh, Doug VerMeer, Dennis Mcllroy, Diane Stuck, Hellena Kaipola, Chris Ball, Beverly Cook. fThird Rowl: Kathy Lyn Holm, Lorraine Davis, Lilia Klauser, Suzie McKinley, Joy Hughes, Lorraine Llaneza, Roberta Henderson, Marie Wanburg, Mike McNerney, Dennis Croh, George Smeraglio, Tim Nord, Ron Phillips, l Bob Baker and Rick Jones play Polka from "The Bartered Bride" by F. Smetana during orchestra rehearsal. 122 Organizations Hal Donkin. iF0llI'lll Howl: Mr. Paneheau, Yanasa Kazihiko, Dave Fast, Randy MeCartnCY, Jeff Clark, Alvin Paine. rchestra Tackles riginal Score "Brigadoon', was the major activity for the orchestra this year. Playing the original form of the music required extra practice sessions on the part of each student. The orchestra takes part in the Christ- mas program and winter concert. In the spring, they play in the Fine Arts Festi- val, at May Fete festivities, and at the Baccalaureate. Mirta Niemetseliek waits for the env from Mr. Paneheau. V 1 WE' Mr. Paneheau directs the orchestra during a pmt-tic-1-. Organizations l23 1" E . Spirited Band Peps It Up Spirited pep music by the band greeted the team and rooters at the Football Jamboree. Franklin's band was selected as one of the key bands at the event. In preparation for this activity, the band members came to school a week early, to learn the music and practice marching with the new drum major, Craig Flach. The hand played at all the home football games. Two volunteer groups of hand members made up the TuesdayfFriday pep bands for the basketball games. Other band activities included Fall and Winter concerts, participation in the Fine Arts Festival and marching in the Rose Festival Parade in June. . .f Drum Major Craig Flach, junior, stands at attention with Majorettes senior, Marilyn Cation and sophomore, Sandy Dickinson. 124 Organizations FW! 5 Ken Ottoson plays his trombone during band. ' vo " MMM i 1 at mi t Yi g- . ' mum!- I. 9 , ll7r0nt rowlz Sue Platt, Leanna Hunnel, Beth Lockv, June Humlmird. linda l,ovP. Bvvky l,0llIIlPll'I'. Donna Post. ,l0.-Xnm- llarrling. Yo-liikn Salwki, Lorraine' Llaneza, lsecond rowl: Dfvlmlnie Hinkf'l, l,f-Jie Ii0lldEIl, Pvgrgy Crunvr, Cvorgzia Knapp, Nanny Allwrvclil. Sin-rl:-y Barre-ll. ffarla Dillery, Karen Srlirfliner. Diane lllyvrc. Karvn Parsnm, ROZLIHHK' Howl-ll, f'I'llird rowl: Walt llmiclingtrm. Brad Darlow. lid Ml:-n. l.in1la Willman, Ginger Maddux. Joy Hughes, Nanvy Myers. Barbara Bridgvs. Barbara Briggvg, Dwaynf- XY!'lKl'l1lllll'lf'I'. Half- ffrawforfl. lFf7llI'Ill mwl: S11-vc' Yvvn- huizen, Ken Osuna, Steve Stone, Vvrnon Bavnn, Al Swvet, Daw- Bull, Rolwrtai He-mlm-r-mi. Bairlmara Xliillman. Mike- iXii'N4'I'lIf'j'. Ilfiltli rmvl: Kirk Jones, Marie Yvanlwrg, Dennis Croll. Mark SllllVlgIi1Il. Hal Donkin, Clinvk Walker. Don ffaniparoli. Tim Nord. Mike- llowrm, Guy Hill. Roger Dryden, fSixth rowl: Tvrry Yvilson, Randy lNIc'CartnPy, Craig Flacli. Mike Robinson, iiliix Bull, Paul:-ttf' Rivlnnmlil, flynfly Smit. flvrmrgrf' SIIIVVIIU- 3 lio, Alvin Paynv, Curtis Javohson, Larid Clow. Mr. lLlI1C'l1Pi1ll. Carol Sivwrs. Kvn Otto-rm. fllill Ball. Dvnnie Mrllroy, Organizations 125 uakers t uell l'A 4 up . fr uietus R Wlieri the final deadlines approached for gjfi z the ALMANAC, the staff found among 5 A ,V whose quality and interest are unmis- takable. S0 as not to disappoint the dauntless their souvenirs these unused pictures Q , photographers, this coverage of teenage f trivia is presented to the other 90 per- cent not ictured. . . . . P Debbie Rusk, Ann Postiewzute, Kim Price, and Jan Locke use mirror to take their own picture. , . 'wp ,.. uf. 1. ,V-tw vm - . 4 Q , - , Q , 2 A u . t . . f ' 4' k 5 ' 0 5' Q 0 4 4 is it tAbove Leftlz Cathy Babniek :md Pam Louie work on the ALMANAC. iAbove Righti: Debbie Walz says, "That can't be truef, fRigl1ti Debi Larson, Rick Rodd, and Judy Madson dis- cuss student activities. 126 Organizations i on 'N' pw... lxr Vlxl -aw 01.4 any Ayn. I A 1 -p-. sv Mr. John Sllefiefs second year drafting c-lass plannvd and built this bridge. "Over Troubled Winters? f Z J . 9 .E gc ,, ,nbs- xW, vi i , 'Fi - N., SS? The Staffing HVC W0HdCIk "WlwfU did thi' bull QUT, "You can't do that in my room," says Mrs. Barham Gaylor. Organizations 127 -N " f a, ,X Q' G' V ., xx U ' N X A . xv? NX ,. L X SV -E? x I I di' ' . "xy -. , M51 I 1" H. 2, ASQ ' 5 1 W U1-1:-.1z'2Qi's3X ki K ii?-S5CfhZ4ff?1 s ' X . ' 413 K iw wa A , kg -'QSM N s AV, We 1 ' 1 .. " 'ff'Ff WY' 119551 . .Z -4 - '7 . f . X, . 2551 55 5 2, -.gfmi Y ., 1' i f f 1 1 Aff fi AN f 'I X M N 55 fm f , 4, , LX I n M y 'f f J VN f x iff f 4 ,flz 2-.a A wx N , M M ff P' w w w w M51 H x .y ' ."xg'lf' iq . A b 1- f .'14,1,uM'x 1 Et' L V fl I ifll lll fl I ' 4 . It A lllllblnflfx K I V '1 X V 1 Q' : I ' X 1' ff ' 7., ,ng My wi.L2T11uf' 'U' 1 I WET? ' Q A Q' '. I ' yay: WI :. 128 WITH df-S S, ' if! X' XX W -X 5 . I' fl "K X X x . my X . ' X N 1 . -xv Q -5 .- v ,Q 'D ' , ' rifgrfvm ' 5 ' Q N ,I 1. mlx M 1 gb 4 V 1E7f',if?f7fl7s5gfZu "H 5 X- 5 5 'fl A X 1i1'5f'?: ' "v: f ,--' z- - , 0 3 f' E " V f ff af fix . 5:5.J?l'.-W: ef. 3:3 " f 'ff W ,W ,f . C1 ' : - 'ff , 'IM -- A25 af f , , f af xx Nuaf , I r ml y,VQw5A35, 71 1 ffff 541 Q ,'flL"slf"lSj:gqp1Q, 'Lu -,.,l,f5 ffjyff l V WvfI1Q5fQ'1vk '1 .wffwff YRXQXQ! 'a f ', 'fef5's,f,Q2f' Q "gf-'S 1 If fqwzu- NIM' I fl 1 qw., X , ,ff?gL',j,.'w X 1 f 'f ff M. fv ,1J,M .4f?-18""' + f P Q "W f' W N Nx ' 4 I ff 5 fi' 'W '.-AM 'f ', X W Y 'I I 1 ' rf if I wi Y1f'PT"f5I'ij7fff?,'1?1 MJ - 53.1 A X A 1 ll 'X I 4 jkx Y XXX 4 Ind . Ai, A Y WMV, f",1-:Xfft::l5 - I"1fJ Wx wwf X f W - K - N - '.4""fzf' f f 1' JK, p fi? :WMA S I ig' . . 'L Y W ff 'W 1 W 2."'M' --?s i-'-" -IN x l iw X v x Q 4 "x x5gA,'i , ,l A Q Q , 3' ' ' -- 3 X Y -x ,..X lb . A l 5,,,fH!'Q3 g JA RN A M Y V 1 hzv lxii, ' fx ' ' i M h X X . , R n :Jil i ,A '. IQ .-,I 7 ', N I 'll'1:.UVAff I fmflp ' K , vfiff' ,gs . Wm fb- 1 ' t f"f'I.-v ' '. ,ln 4311! F A f,!4if:.l!I. . 'IILJW 'I P "-'ZT5 , - . 129 Students Get Together or 'clam III" On November 5, 1970, the gym was filled with the heating of drums and the strumming ol' guitars playing thc latest rock sound. Admission to "Super ,lam Ill" was only u dime-. Ones' inside, people made themselves comfortahlc and enjoyed two hours of fun and music. The Super Jam, organized by Student Body President, Don Gcren, gave Franklin students a chance to show their talents. Although there was not enough equipment until the last moment, things worked out well. 'Q drl Students gather in u circle to listen to u Franklin group. 130 Activities "l'OR'l'l.ANlD ZOO" George limiter and Marin Waddy dance to the mighty sound of the "Portland Zoo." ance Features '6Portland Zoo " Through the Executive Cabinetls plan- ning and organization, Franklin stu- dents were dancing to the famed "Port- land Zoou on December 4, 1970. The majority of students expressed their desire to have the "Portland Zoo" through a vote. The vote was carried out in a special assembly directed by the Exeeutive Cabinet. Receiving tremendous publicity, the whole sehool was aware of the coming event. Banners and fliers were posted throughout the halls and special atten- tion was given in individual reg. rooms. Actn itu s 131 uni! Terry McCamman shoots for two. Intramurals Return Intramurals, organized by Mr. Jon Abraham, were under a different type of arrangement. Juniors and seniors were divided into reg. room units. Freshmen and sophomores were sep- arated by their gym classes. A unit manager was appointed to publicize the events and to select a team captain for each activity. It is hoped that this sys- tem will increase participation and com- petition. Fall sports included Hag foot- ball and cross country. Among the winter-events were basketball, volleyball, and bowling. A class trophy will be awarded at the end of the year. Place of winning, type of sport, number of players, and individuals who play all three seasons are criteria for awarding points. 132 Activities Cross country participants make a mad dash for the laurels Ken May and Paul Herrmann check the standings Leaping into the air, Paul Herrmann liits the ball. Dale Conner and Peggy Cruner keep ll watch for the ball. K tj' V if A student prepares to return the ball, Carla Dillery shows the right way to serve il volleylmll. Activities 133 9 , W S C yas... 0 0 0 Reigns Happiness spread throughout a blue and white decorated gym as Franklin Quakers felt the beauty of the theme, "Peace on Earth." Holding hands, blue life-size paper dolls bordered the gym and alternated from boy to girl. Some of the dolls were of a different color, signifying a difference of races, yet, since they were holding hands, it meant friendship over the world. Senior Karen Baisinger, crowned as the new Miss Merry Christmas, beamed be- neath the large blue star that hung from above. Her court included Debbie Steffan, seniorg Sue Bell and Nancy Wohlers, juniorsg Heather Derby and Karen Tweten, sophomoresg and Silva Bernard and Georgene Rose, freshmen. The traditional Candyland Dance was held on December 19 and the music was provided by the Sand. Top Left: Marilyn Rettinger and Frank Fon- tana give amazed glances at the dance. Top Right: Franklin students enjoy Candy- land Dance. Bottom: ll7ront rowi: Sue Bell. Karen Twe- ten, Georgense Rose. CBaek rowi: Debbie Steffan, Nancy Xvohlers, Karen Baisinger, Silva Bernard, Heather Derby. 134 Activities 5' p wi? axe, rr: 'ii' f 'fe X is y 9 rr' S . ,K :VK p 6 . it If 5' Mrs. Blanchard, Carrie Swain, and Shirley Colvin enjoy Craig Mullen leaps from bed while playing the part of Scrooge. the Christmas wa in 1 f S to i i LL L -at . Si ssail. Program nhances hristmas Spirit On December 16 and 17, the music and drama students of Franklin presented the annual Christmas program. On Wed- nesday, December 16, the program was presented to the Franklin community. The PTA hosted a wassail after the performance. A special viewing was arranged for the students at a assembly on Thursday the 17th. The program began with a short excerpt of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. Songs of Christmas were performed by the Girls Choir, Harmonettes, Chantelles, "A" Choir, and the Franklin orchestra. The combined effort was under the direction of Mr. George Pancheau, Mr. John Peery, Mr. John Brewer and Mr. Brian Biggs. mv, J Mrs. Urbach and Mrs. Graham help themselves to some punch. Activities 135 R Tea Honors Dr. Arthur Westcott "Congratulations, Dr. Westcott," was the theme of the Valentine's tea held on February 15, 1971. It was sponsored by the faculty social committee, in honor of the newly acquired Doctor of Education degree. Dr. Arthur Westcott began his higher education at the University of Portland, where he received a bachelor's degree. He attained his master's degree after 45 hours of study at Reed College. Finally, after more than 90 hours of additional study, the doctorate degree was awarded by the University of Portland. Dr. Arthur Westcott enjoys bestowed honor. . 5 U iili H ,E . V, ., i .A gym As Dr. C. V. Cremer finishes eating, Mrs. Ellen Jenkins thinks of a humorous incident. Mr. Dean Mauchley serves Miss Kathryn Knotts a 136 Activities cup of punch i t l W , jj 11 f". 3 fi We vf' at me u f V .w,s.. g - ,. : W' ,V -. if 'i a i if A ' V ..', M vp . Mary Anderson, Stella Lee, Debra Cunningham, and Theresa Ryan check over tickets. Ron Peterson models a Russian peasaut's outfit. Russian Dinner Sells Out One of the most successful activities this year was the Russian Vetcherinka party. Sponsored by the Russian club, the din- ner was held on Thursday, February 25. All of the 125 available tickets were sold during the week preceding the dinner. The student lounge was decorated with colored placemats and wine bottles on each table to simulate a Russian restau- rant. Members of the Russian club were dressed in traditional native garb. Ron Peterson, a teacher in the Russian community at Woodbilrn, was guest speaker. After conducting a question and answer session on Russian culture, he demonstrated the HKatya,7' a Russian dance. Mr. Alan Ellis and Dave Hopkins attempt the 'LKatya." Activities 137 now Blankets . ,T I i Cx' , ' w g. L, MQaw,wQ L W ,ny ' A' sam fx ampu - t, x Cold red noses, snowballs in the halls, and dripping wet students were every- where. The cold north winds blew and showers of snow could be seen out the window. Outside was a winter wonder- land. fCroups of students threw snow- balls and built snowmen.l As the powdery white snow continued to fall, excitement grew. News that school was dismissed at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday traveled quickly. Students en- joyed a vacation since schools were closed Wednesday and Thursday, Jan- uary 13th and 14th. Q Cary Hunnel. Murily Caton, and Beverly Ban A E X ,.. , 1 .- 5. ,itt .t i'M mMWkwQQQ A .,,, AL.t t t. t, Q. is NL Vers-its asrwggsfs -1 its SMQQQ N t to Q w?VT-J?gygwws.wt' - it-M t,ttt ,ttt , v 'Qi 1 s tt as f if M w 'J A 'L N as s Q Q swgjflis Ji gy at Q f W T s X Q t. as i W sf N- s 4, K ts vt Eg.-si w e ' 's " ss' 0 .1 5 . -M ',.. nskmi s nv- Q H- ,zse eg -yss-- .fgf .ut isgfs M ,s. fwmf, Qswm kston display their snow seulpture. . . dun? -I8 3' w . , Q. Students apply finishing touches to their snowman. 138 Activities fm, V ww, 'Q 61+ at K Aa -M 4 ss a 3 Treddy Frostbite sends a message of peace. Maureen Ryan rides a snowdog. ar Jr. Arthur Wlestcott tells Melvin Jones. Pat Holmes, and Mike Larson to keep rheir snowhalls outside. Activities 139 FHS Stresses anids Across Sea Preceding the Saturday matches, Franklin introduced twelve Japanese wrestlers in a double assembly, January 22. A brief background of where they lived in Japan was revealed to Franklin students. Throughout the day, each g11est wrestler was accompanied by their opponent or another Franklin wrestler. Three schools, Marshall, Roosevelt, and Franklin, participated in the ninth Cul- tural Exchange Wrestling Program. Representing Franklin were: Skeeter Boileau, Dennis Ward, Paul Cloutier, and Bob Lynn who was wrestling the Greco-Roman style. Saturday night, the Japanese wrestlers were greeted by a full gymnasium. Strengthening their title as National Champions of Japan, they won ten of their matches out of the twelve. --" ' ' ,, 1 . r ez: will -- ,, in ' . L -aw, ,k ,nr H A , P Skeeter Boilezxu, Franklin grappler, tries to get the advantage of his opponent, Miroshi Kaneko of the championship Japanese team. Japanese wrestlers introduce themselves in Fridayds assembly. 140 Activities 1-"'ZN '-1539? i at 1 '15 ,img E X, aw t my Top left: Paul Cloutier greets heis new friend and challenger, Noburu Horikoshi. Top right: Bob Lynn guides Awashi Tozukatani through the cafeteria, Bottom left: Coach Kazunori gives pointers to Seiichi Tomita. Above: Dennis Ward tries to counteract a move made by Seichi Tomita Activities 141 Drama Group Chooses Farce or Winter Production A three-act farce, written by Philip King, was chosen as the drama depart- ment's winter production. uSee How They Runw was performed on the eve- nings of February ll, 12, and 13 in the student lounge. The setting was an English vicarage in the 1940's. Beth Hammond portrayed Penelope Toop, a former actress who is married to the vicar. She found her- self being caught at the wrong time by the town gossip, Miss Skillon. An old friend of Penelopels, Clive Win- ton, came to visit and found himself wearing one of the vicar's suits. Miss Skillon was accidentally knocked out and a hit drunk on cooking sherry. A spy entered and posed as Lionel Toop. At the same time, Clive posed as Lionel and each thought the other was Hum- phrey. The play was hilariously con- fusing. Presented in a theater-of-the-round fash- ion, the play was directed hy Mr. Brian Biggs. He was assisted by Kent Brecht- bill. 14-2 Activities Mrs. Toop shrieks as Lionel dashes out of the closet. Z .t f r' f tiee . .tiny riii 5 ,-- ig 2 -Q WM Q' Jizg if ii ri eg g . tts? i. . 2 51.3 W 1 if 9 1 llia E2 a SE: 3 iii it 2 rg' QE f"f2 i s i ia , .1 .:,-, 1, , A, is ff 3 l G l V f- 2 haf. .. u. .9 i - l viii 5 grail 1 if 4 5, 'it . ,e iw . , 53,5 6' We .. ff me 'LPlease miss, l'm a married man!" exclaims Humphrey. it 9 , that i el J s 'S is t i it Penelope squeezes Lionelis clerical collar on Clive. Ida tries go hide the drunken Miss Skillgnl Beth Hammond and Rick Jones rehearse their parts. Cast Ida fa maidl . . . ..... Cindy Stucki Miss Skillon ........... Carrie Swain The Reverend Lionel Toop . Rick Jones Penelope Toop this wifel Beth Hammond Corporal Clive Winton . . . Craig Flach The Intruder ........ Kent Brechtbill The Bishop of Lax ..... Craig Mullen The Reverend Mr. Humphrey Vince ,lelineo Sergeant . . . .... Doug Bushek Activities 143 W vii Wim? HN , 6.,f may ll?Mll6l mi 412' Clive asks Penelope to find his uniform. NU? K Clive tries to think of a way to spend the evening. 4'You,re a better man than I, Mr. Toopf' says Miss Skillon, 144 Activities L George follows a shot to the basket in Wilson game. Varsity Hoopmen Hustle The Varsity basketballers, coached by Mr. Nick Robertson, had a losing sea- son but played competitive basketball in the tough PIL. Aggressive defense was stressed and each week a player was chosen as "most aggressivef' Sev- eral games were decided by only a few points. Wins over Adams, Jackson, and Madison highlighted the year. Dave Burnell led the Quaker attack, both in points and rebounding. Forward John George followed closely in scoring while guard Mike Santangelo led the assist category. Brian Kelley was the hustling defensive leader of the team. With sev- eral junior lettermen returning, an ex- perienced, confident team can be ex- pected by Franklin next year. iFrontl: Earl.Liable, Coach Nick Robertson. fBackJ: Rob Elmore, Brent Tilton, Mic Cochran, John George, Stan Gish, Dave Burnell, Mark Palmer, Dennis Trlmm, John Wakeman, ,lim Elston, Brian Kelly, Mike Santangelo, Ken May, Mark Safntangelo. Sports 145 Scoreboard Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin 146 Sports Marshall Adams Grant Cleveland Jefferson Wilson Jackson Washington Roosevelt Benson Lincoln Madison Adams Grant Cleveland Madison , Vff' A ' ' A 4 W fins.: :N s 'Q' U61 .O in is , 'SEQ' af nuff i if Kip wwf' L ,, , 'NOP' ar 'of- an ,1 W-HW' - its I -vi aw. M, , K V. I , , - , .M ,EM . i ,Lg r .,, M.. ... L my is N..xA:v t t , . ,Qt A . is safthwam we-A lLeft pageJ: Mike Santangelo, one of the varsity co-captains, drives for a lay-up against Jefferson opponents. fThis pagelz The other Quaker co-captain and leader in scoring and rebounding, Dave Burnell, positions himself in anticipation of recovering another errant shot. Sports 14-7 iFronU: Coach Mike O'Gara. fBackJ: John Coe, Dan Brown, Tom Lovlien, Bob Lamb, Nick Staino, Jim Ewing, Jeff Glover, Gary Lawwill, Pele Lukich, Rex Brenton, John Jones, John Guinta. lNot picturedlz Don Wiggins. Players and spectators salute the Hag before a game during the playing of the National Anthem. 148 Sports Freshman Paul Durbin looks for a teammate to pass to. J. V., Frosh how Promise The Junior Varisty hoopmen, coached by Mr. Mike O'Gara, proved to have potential for the future. Junior guards John Jones and Don Wiggins, and soph- omore Tom Lovlien added scoring and playmaking to the team. Sophomore forwards Pete Lukich, Jim Ewing and Bob Lamb handled the rebounding and contributed to the team's well balanced scoring. First half games against New- berg, Adams, Wilson, Jackson, Benson, and Madison were all victories for the JV. F ranklin's freshmen team's strength was its ability to score points. Coach Robert Ford had several players capable of putting the ball through the basket. Jay Coe was the team floorleader while Reed Palmer and Paul Durbin were the leading scorers and center Glen Scott was outstanding in the rebounding de- partment. F irst-half wins were over Sandy, Marshall, Cleveland, Roosevelt, and Madison. iFrontJ: Dan Huffman, Mr. Robert Ford. iFirst rowlz Jay Coe, Jerry Powell, Marty Blake, Brian Holland, Ron Dodd, Mike Owen, Sam Lee, Bob Bergstrom, Dave Gill. iSecond rowlg Tom Smurthwaite, Brad Baughman, Terry Wells, Dave Gallucci, Glen Scott, Reed Palmer, Sid Ong, Paul Durbin, Chris Bauman. spore 149 iddleweights ead atmen Varsity Coach Jack Burri felt the wres- tlers had a fairly good season. "How- ever, due to injuries, and some people not turning out we didnit do as well as we should havef, Coach Burri named Bob Lynn, Darwin Rasmussen, and Den- nis Ward as his three most valuable men this year. "We have the strongest middleweights in the PIL," stated Coach Burri. He projected that they would do well in city meets, and hoped to place in the top ten at State. The team was young, so the outlook for next year is good, with such promising wrestlers as Guy Hill, Paul Cloutier, and Skeeter Boileau. Senior Dennis Ward was strong middleweight. 150 Sports fFirst rowl: Paul Savory, Mike Martin, Tom Ramsey, Skeeter Boileau, Cary Hunnel, Guy Hill, Dennis Ward, Bob Lynn, Paul Cloutier, John Hafner, Rick Rasmussen, Cary Ooley. CSecond Rowlz Chris Baugher, Mark Thomas, Larry Krettler, Rod Watterhouse, Gene Woodward, Dave '--1-.Q Bob Lynn expectantly waits for action to resume. Hopkins, ,lay Wakeman, Randy Mealey, Brian Cross, Joe Eichhorn, Dale Vanortwick. Franklin 46 Franklin 51 Franklin 17 Franklin 30 Franklin 35 Franklin 32 Franklin 24 Franklin 29 Franklin 11 Franklin 16 Franklin 49 Franklin 16 J ackson 7 Jefferson 5 Cleveland 32 Wilson 19 Washington 20 Roosevelt 19 Left: Skeeter Boileau led the Quak- ers in the 123-lb. weight class. Above: Gary Hunnel poses with a member of the Japanese team. Benson 31 Lincoln 28 Madison 34 Marshall 38 Adams 10 Grant 34 M Sports 151 152 Sports Freshman wrestler Paul Savory looks for an opening. i Bob Lynn grins over an unsuspecting Paul Cloutier Paul Cloutier, promising junior wrestler, appears confounded by his entanglement with opponent. l 4 fFirst rowl: Marc Wilson, George Willis, Shery Alley, Lisa Gould, Coach Britt Davis. fSecond rowl: Jim Moore, Bill Watts, Bruce Deters, Gary Bankston, Instructor Jack Wilson. Shery Alley and Marc Wilson get ready for a round at Marshall range. uskets Hit Bullseye The Franklin Rifle Team, established in 1964-, remains as one of only two teams in the city. Practices were held at the Marshall rifle range. Outstanding shooters for the team were captain Marc Wilson and freshman Shery Alley. The riflers finished the season in the second divi- sion, although coming close in several key matches. Coach Davis commented: "The rewards are great, as are the ef- forts required in mastering a rifle. The best kids in the whole school are well represented on my team and Pm proud of them." Sports 153 ,I V, F rosh Dominate Coach Jim Miller felt the Junior Varsity grapplers were "one of the strongest in the city". The highlight of the season was an all city tournament with the Franklin team taking 7 out of 9 firsts. Named as outstanding wrestlers were Rod Waterhousc', Dave Cooper, Fred Rodd, and Steve Hall. The Quaker's Frosh wrestling team en- joyed one of the best seasons to date, ac- cording to Coach Tom Dyar. The team sported a 9-2 record this year. Out- standing wrestlers were Randy Irish, John Harding, Joe Wtiodard, and Don Demoor. Junior Varsity Wrestling: tFirst Rowl: Ron lintwisle, Tim Rohrseheib, Rick Lake, Dale Shrake, Kevin Roach, Fred Rodd, Larry Krettler. tSeeond Rowl: Dave Cooper, Riehard Irish, Bill Maine, Larry Maddux, Coach Jim Miller, Keith Hansen, Steve Hall, Rod Waterhouse. l7reshman Wrestling: fFirst ROWJ: Roger Nieholson, Bryan Stiekney. Randy Irish, Barry Odlmert, George Westfall, Mark Bergstrom, Jeff Stoltz, Jim Geren, Bill Daw, Gary Nelson, tSeeond Rowjz Jim lnnng, Joe Woodard, Dave MeGann, Don DeMoor, Roger Fropert, Randy Knuclsen, Bryan Draves, Dave Hill, John Harding, Coaeh Tom Dyar. lli'rontl: Darwin Rassmussen, Greg Keller, Dan Hall. tl7irst Rowiz Gary Ooley, Oren Donnell. John Hafner, Guy Hill, Gary Hunnel, Bob Lynn, Tim Cowan, Mike Lockhart, Tom Lester, Ken Ottoson, Rex Brenton, Jim Ewing. iSeeond Rowl: Bill Maine, Jim Elston, Dennis Regelin, Doug Bodeman, Rick Brown, Dennis Bodeman, Brian Kelley, Jim Braseseo, Jim Bowen. Mike Weiss. George Smeraglio, Dave Ball, Eileen Clow, Roberta Henderson, Julie D'Ambrosia, Debbie Super, Lynn Reverman. fThird Rowlz Greg Haven, Linda Parker, Donna Pitzer, Carla Tweten, Greg DiLoreto, Bob For- sythe, Rob Elmore, Cliff Ingham, John George, Don Caniporoli, Barbara Briggs, .Barbara Bridges, An McBride, Chris Reverman. fl7ourth Rowlz Cindy Stucki, Sandy Thario, Maggie Benson, Barbara Van Troyer, Allan Sweet, Robert Bethune, Brian Cross, Paul Hermann, Ron Entwisle, Barbara 154 Sports fi 1. EA Gniewosz, Donna Demoor, Carolyn Heller, MaryAnne D'Ambrosia, Beckie Wirtjes, Lorraine Llaneza. lBack Rowl: Mark Sandvigen, Marily Caton, George Hunter, Steve Miller, Doug Roylance, Gary Koch, Benny Bethune, Earl Liahle, Rod Hildenbrand, Stan Gish, unidentified, Jackie Cherrett, Randy Nuddleman. Letterman Serve School Students of either sex, who earn a var- shy leuer, are ehgible for rnenibership hithe Frankhn Leuennenk Club. The club serves the school and participates in various fund raising projects and ac- tivities. A bake sale, a concession stand at basketball games and a car wash were some of this year,s activities. An all school dance and a hockey garne were some possible activities planned for spring. Greg Keller, president, and Mr. Jack Burd,facuhy advEer,have worked hard to make Lcttermen's Club a suc- cess. Clrvg cornrnented: Hlfs a great or- ganhadon and can be even greawr H the members want it to bef, Sports 155 B-Ball Rallies Bounce With Enthusiasm Summer practices and early planning helped the Basketball rally to prepare for the season ahead. Planning assem- blies, buying treats for the team, and promoting spirit at the games were the goals of the Varsity Basketball rally. Junior Varsity rally menihers were chosen hy the freshmen and sophomore classes late in the Fall. Witli a short time to prepare their yells, the rally turnecl into one ol the most outstanding J.V. rallies in several years. fAboveJ: Donna Fujino yells for the J.V. team. iRigihtl: Marilyn Wilson. Steve Stone. Barbra Fujino, and Joni Stontenberg. lead the erowd in an enthusiastic yell. 156 Sports . .,,. , , fl7i'0nt Rowl: Donna Fnjino. Marlyn Wilson. Georgrene Rose. Barbra Fnjino. lSeeond Rowl: .loni Sl0lIl6Ill'Jt1I'g, Randy Sehiele. Steve Stone. Karen Tweeten. lN0t l'ic'turedl: Dorian Quinn l' 24 Front Rowl: Donna Pitzer, Marily Caton. 2nd row: Mary Ann Primiano, Nancy Wohlers, Beth Nancy Wolllers smiles over Quaker victory. isher. 3rd row: Rick Rodd, Larry Weber, Pat Henderson. Rally leads the crowd in "Action" yell. fLeftJ: Larry Webber watches the game as Nancy Wohlers and Mary Ann Prirniano clap for the team. Sports l 57 fl- 1 fi . 1.551 f 21. 'X 'NI KJ. PJ x I W I I l x wwf I 1 W ' ' 11.4. ' .51 ' 1.1, 1 v 1- -4 , I. 'ff," Q ' S, O 1' wi H, . N .f ,gg thai... 2 qw v x. in :ti QXXVXX, ix 2 .1 Ah in uf' 5 11341 ' 5 I A- A- I XY- ikcxixflxkx if w 1 I ,' ' . ' AF, 3 ' ff 'if' 'VXM'x.V'ivW?Mf '1 2 4 R- ! X .YQ -'XXXRR- y 'X' . ' xx' .!. , XX f-"11f' 'Wx if' WX. I ' +1 gw Q :za 1 ggi slr g!':i"fx'.llxl " -Y fgllft M' 11161 i X' lx! ' 5 H 11 M IL", 5 !I "ju: l fill ly ' 'Hx V' n I L I V .M I IMD ,IM .4 .-.?'a'Iv1' "'A'.Nx-'- 'I I-' . ' -1 V, I. -. 1. Q, '1 W ew . . QP H ZX X, - 'ffl Q Jn ' ' , .521 i' 31- - 1 m X : xv - ' I X, .x gx. 5' ,Uv , .I J A-- ' ., . , U1 ' ' -' , , ' A I K v U xy ., 'X' 6 4 71 1 , . ' ' - . U A '1 - V' ' A:L -" . .' I 1 I . X .X N .X A A . .K I, I mx, -' ,Q - V A ' x ' x 5 V- r li K H X1 Y. ,.,- . ,, ' y-, . , ' ' In - . x' ', i X ' x, "I J . t lx ,, Z 1 1. ,Jw Q K- . . X. I1 ' Vw " " " - 1 I? mf' ir fr"f-!fii"'.'1i.f! k" g . ,gl .m LN !, " Wx :nfl Ing. t fs 1 X 1" 1 ..j , I .1 k:.,,n. V, . I ' 'I 'li W . X , . " 1 1 ' V! ' ' 1 'X ' .v' . 1-' ' '- my gl " 1 IRLI, ." - . 1 , " n lu 1.1, .f.5 4x- ',,.'.. . '-1 I--Nuff " " wi , I' .4 ' I ,, , ws' .f . W. X- R? - I f xi f A up H, ,nuiq'1.T 4:'.'-Qu, K - kk A1 'M "Q H 'WV VX N XX A lfiwnl VK' 1 , .N Wif i r yffyw ' I .V " - X U3?i"Ql'i' MXN 'Q Q X I f , 'X , I X X an 1 5 , AAA X Y xN I s G In ,I Y u' X X XNMAN fr Q Hi' .17 XM' .X Xxxyx I . ll H ix xxxmxl. W i F : ' X 5 41 F1 !a.!WJ'rl Il X I I gift? It ll I 'L 1 ' - f cl 1-1, . ., , STUDE T BODY r' r' 47, , G 3 X ' W ul Rfk' X ' almmmls 00' 'W ff? 1! ,,E5Zf1 x X If N NN HX .f -H . ,, i '!. ' 'TS'!:l'M1'Lg at - Fly ig M' ,, i '5g y MQW sf"' .1 ':L 'Xu Q- , u H n-' ' . 'M K S . ,'l,, milf Vgs ml M'-"lH'.X'.XiX it WH' 'Mi M x XR: X, M ' Wx Wi' I ' I XXX NX X :UE 'y .X Q .3 x xwxv- xx' WN ,f 1 , W Www 'X f i f ' N' W f"' ,T "fi VI! I Hxxx 71 ll? , I .5 .I e 4 r lk f I 'ter V 1 '. 'ix x.. I ln- F3 X ' pgfpi U Q X529 Z " l'l .J fd?-1 -:,, my 'A sd 1 ' ,,'22f'- N' ' :JAX BX' W '. ' : k ax,gx1Xl,xM.x mx: lv! 3. !, WlX, lx A Vpfifl xg u 5 5' .W , " , ' RQ ' W X.fg g w 1, 2 1 w s. wx, Li'-'g l 'K lin' '1iX XNXQXX 1 I' W 4 Q6 ' X1 X N if '!' "1 Ti, ,. A f HX .W 1+ .lil ' ,msg g el 'JN' -qlillilivlily Mlhlfg-'l'l1Ff' -'R' fl W I fm ' L1 'X 'M f! ,I ' ' - i' ' I ' I ,ff I wi Q ifutlxi N '- , K, .N If. ' fu. .yi gk" 'I kv! yi it 1 Q:'M'.!"f l!'Ui1Up X -X KLM Hn- 1 -' 159 fw .J azzmfffi. f , :nw f . 2 ' I f 1 . W, J., gl ' mi k ME, Y v- f 1 rw B , , A. ,EW ,, gpm k,4, f1,l,, A-. I , 5:-Vg 1? ,b 2, .mp ff' . , Q , Ei' ,g 5, Q ,R 45 5, yr ME! ,, Q . 4 ff? ga g, . 3, W W , .-auf fa ,, ,dl .,-fa., f ff, :-- x , ' ag, Y fs -:f f ,,, .L 4 xfw nf, S0 , . W 41555 R if + BN 6 .ff 'A -nv , ..- vh' ,f o 4-Af" A ruby, ' bf' fu 'fix W V N ,Mfg Y .1 Ji' , MSE an . x . 1 .W 1' ' H , '- .far u .W fjfw lm' 5' if I iff I 1 ,, jlffff' fx- 1ga lgfa, Euiu 'fd' M5 gf . R I .I 4 Af. r as if E 53 ,,,MsbL.w7xhKK5m75, WF: P!? i3 fx?WH Q UE!! MEM!! Ei HK! 'LI HBH! Ju-i .....-,f-,,,,,, ,.,, , ,. v gn.. 4.. .,, ., -. . W , Y .- , . 3 t 271.41 free. I"YaQ.v5 1 1. ear Ends Success ull 'My cabinet got off to a great start be- cause of the big boost we received from the fall cabinet and their ability to raise lour treasury to 3900. With this amount in the bank, we didn't have to worry about money-making projectsg we could concentrate on making our activities completely successful. The Senior-Faculty Game, Baccalaure- ate, Senior Movie, Commencement and the Senior Prom at the Town Hall were .fw the major, well-planned activities during my Spring term. The seniors jumped at the opportunities to insure success of these activities by encouraging partici- pation. Without their support we could not have had the success we did. This whole year has proven my theory that Seniors really are greatf' Dan Hall Spring Senior Class President. Senior class Sergeant-at-Arms: Lori Letelier, Debbie Don las B l K s I g , 0 J nut on. ngrid Sessler, Lucy Luslf Alfsen, Wlendy Allen, Steven Allen, Thomas Amato, Jerry Anderson, Carol Anderson, Mary Anderson, Miles Anderson, Ronald Andre. Katherine Armstrong, Aleria Austin. Carol Baron. Bert Bacon, Vernon Bailey, Joel Baisinger, Karen Baldino, Kathryn Seniors Baldwin. Donna Ball, Christopher Ball, David Ball, Patrifia Bankston. Bf"VPI'ly Barnard. Steven Barnf-s. Elissa Barnliart. Karen Barnhari. Marilyn Bzlssvtl. Frank Bauer, Peter BJ.lllgl1l"I'. Ri:-k Beard, Hvatlwr Beattie, Jackie Beck, Catherine Boggs. Allen Seniors 165 Flame Louie, Roxanne Remrne Hind Sherri Peter on cram in the Resouire Center before finals Belmke, Rush Bell, Richard Belott, Barbara Bennett, Ann Henson, Margaret Berry, Urpha Beswick, Robert Bishop, Dan .Seniors Blackman, Janice Blumenschein, Kathy Bodeman, Dennis Bolera, Sharlene Bolton, Dianna Bondy, Donald Boroff, Lee Brainerd, Charles Brannan, Bonnie Brauckmiller, Georget Breclltlvill, Kent Brock, Terry Brown, Jeanne Brown, James Seniors 167 Brown, Katherine Brown, Rick Bruning, Melissa Bucknum, Gary Bullis, Mike Burlinglmm, Debra 168 Seniors wiyrw 5 eve Giordano stugs himself al the Senior pie-eating contest. Burnell, David Burrow, Linda Bush, William Byers, Lynn Caldwell, Debra Callaghan, Colleen Bob Beswick and the camera exchange closevups. mm Camacho, Dolores Canfield, Diane Carney, Ina Carpenter, Paul Carr, Cheryl Carroll, Ginger Seniors 169 Wynn Don Geren plays a woeful tune on his harmonica. 170 Seniors Casciato, Mike Caton, Marily Cavanaugh, Kay Cavin, Patti Center, David Choi, Alice Clark, Cathlin Clark, Charlene Clow, Laird Cochran, J une Coffey, Belinda Cole, Glen Cole, Scott Conover, Robert Cooper, Douglas Cooper, Paul Couture, Pamela Covert, Holly Cowan, Timothy Cox, Steve Craig, Gene Craig, Virginia Cross, Brian Seniors 171 Duquiiante, Theresa Deal, Kathy Dean, Diane Deveiteo, Marcia DeYoung, Christine DeYoung, Esther Dierking, Dwight DiLoreto, Greg 172 Seniors Cunningham, Debra Dahlgren, Jerry D'Ambrosia, Mary Anne Dimoff, David Dirks, Stan Doig, Diane J-Eminem MQW' Douglas, Debra Drennan, Timothy Dryden, Lorna Elliott, Jean Ellison Leatha Elston, James Duddington, Norman Duggins, Lola Dunk, Janet ldarnest, David Earp, Patrick Edgar, Beverly Eheler, Barbara Ell. Judy Seniors 173 Fastelin, Nancy Faulhaher, Susan Seniors Elllfil, John Evans, Joan Evans, Laurel Iiwers, Allen Farley, Deborah Fast, David Cheryl Hill has fun at an after-game dance. Y Ceren, Donald Ciannone, Nick Gilliam, Victor Gillman, Vickie Giordano, Steven Gish, Stan Federspiel, Debra Filbeck, Linda Finch. Vivian Finnerty, Ronald Fontana, Patti Frasher, Bruce Garcia, Lourdes Geilner, Thomas Seniors 175 Cladfelder, Debra Glenn, Sherri Gniewosz, Barbara Gonzalez, Aleida Goodall. Richard Could, Kimherlee Corden, Janis Covert, Katie Graham, .loy Cray, Michael Green. Richard Greenland, Rocky Greenlee, Mike Cuffey, Pat Cuinn, Douglas Culliforcl, Phillip 176 Seniors I Q' 1 fiat " i 'TY - i Q, '- P 1 5 ' 1 ,flu f ' Ri ul wrwfsyk vw X Sw wi my fi X A "fi'l5" ,gf sq, W-'-- ---- l Dr-blmy Hinklc and Diane Miller ilei11omtrute', "I'm Forever Blowing Bulmlilesf' Cu nftvn, Paul Gu nter. lla-nnirs Hull, llunivl Hall, Lawrence llzuiimond. lilizalwetli llunkey, .loe Harding, Donna Hauling, Marsha Seniors 177 Henderson, Roberta Henick, Laura Hensley, Ronald Herd, Thomas Herrmann, Paul Hess, Stanley Heuchert, Rudolph Hicks, Russell Seniors Harding, Sandra Harrison, Richard Hart, ,luliann Htiuslcin: Connie Hayzlelt, Nancy Henderson, Rebecca wlw34J?"'f ' ,, K -aiilgpw -c"M"' .1 1: in , fig ff jgii, -. - ,is fi T- , -- .f gf A ' 052. -- 1i,5Eaw4 ' , NY 5 N 4 vt 3 ,3 kgilq 5 3' Wig fi 5 T Q g X QQ 1:3 LE sw as lv ilifffi. . , .,,mwwF"'F llogvland, Mona llolifcr, Mark llolland, Jeffery llolstinr, Cindy Holt, Glenda l Inppcr, JoAnn Hildenbrand, Rodney Hill, Cheryl Hill, Jeffry Hill, Scott llinkle. Debbie llitrlicock, l"lol'r-ilu' Hudson, Cindy Hollinuri, Dale Seniors 179 Hultman, Pamela Inahara, Alan Ingersoll, Royanna Seniors Hoyt, Susan Huck, Richard Huffman, Guy .M-fv wwf I is 1 is , , .3 ., K' ,,,, . , My-.:'-,. . .,.w:,, ,: if-x3 "'-2 . , , 1 f . sg Q5 i ,S+ ,T Ei ,, if s. 1 Q A, Q E my A 5 f v i M x 1 t. MBR? 3 Q s ' 2 AX . Q . iff Q Y , tr :Q Q ffm 2 su M wg? 4 , NIQZE i Y' xv ifzfwiff 'W ff-- .. eqa , -5 L 3 fr p, W V n nn a , 2 il. me . i f K ' ' 1 ' 1 1 I " 15. is N . ,Q .5.,. Q f ' si, 5, fi. i . .iywg ii i I H 1. in ,- J 2, g, 'if' fi tif? - X 1 of to 3 f fi I K '55 V15 5 wg Lg, f-F , A E .. 1 . Q, . f vfff at M 5 2 , if V .1 W v H5 Q Q sum , 3 ip, , ' ' s f r 5 s a Q 1 HE? f G 3 it 3 I- 'ff ff ,, Z , , '32, f f ff, v ,J i ' , E 1 n 1 L W, gf, J fi 1, I j i ' , , 5 3 Robin Richardson attempts to protect herself as she is bombarded with snowballs at Tim berline Lodge. .. 32? 1410-asf 454 .1 5. 1 . .. f l if . if- f " fi .X Ingham, Cliff lpox. Della lelwll, Jean Jarboe, Cheryl Jensen, Brenda Jeneen, Gregory Jenson. Charles Johnson, Bernt johnson, Curtis Johnson. Lorette johnson, Steven Johnston, April Johnston, Donald Jones, Clay Jones, James Jones, Kenneth Seniors 181 Karrer, Kent Kurtana. Cynthia Keller, Gregory Kelley, Brian Kelm, Jerry Kellner, Thelma Keyes, John Kidner. David 182 Seniors King, Done-lla Knutson, Robert Ko. Eva Korh, Cary Koehler, Aaron Kolb, Marcia ,,,,,,., Raker gets involved in a deep psychology reading. wi Kosehnivnsky, Michael Kruemer, Robert Kuzm, Ming Kubli, Walter Kurkinen, Nancy Kwan, Nzmvy LaHuf', Lois Luke, Sandra Seniors 183 Lamb, Susan Lambert, Paul Landau, Jar-k Lung, Gayle Langdon, Charlotte Lunkins, Mic-hael Larson, Linda Larsson, Anne Luxvirk, Nanvy Lassiter, Andrew Lassitffr, Carrif' Laws, Greg Lvuf, Dennis Lvbrun, Rhonda. Lee, Judy LUG, Karen Seniors Lee, Sharon Lee, Stella Lenon, Thomas Letcher, Laureen Lewis, William Libey, Kenneth Lieb, Cynthia Lincli, Lori Little, Christie Llaneza, Lorraine Locke, Jay Lockhart, Mike Lohmeyer Cheryl Long, Linda Lopez, Barbara Lorenzini, Barbara Seniors 185 Loughrey, David Louie, Elaine Louie, Melvin Lovlien, Jean Lund, Cheryl Lusk, Lucy Lynn, Robert Lyons, Patricia Macfarlane Linda Mackintosh Rosanne Maddlix, Larry Magistrate, Patti Mankim, Sandra Martin, Marilyn Martinolich, Beverly May, Kenneth Seniors .irla Tweten, Bill Otey, and Michelle Myers take advantage of the arrival of spring. McClure, Donna Mclilhaney, Nancy Mcliwen, Jeff McBride, Anastasia McCamman. Terry McCauley, Kathleen Seniors 187 188 Seniors Mc'Farlane, Kathleen McGuire Dianna Mcllroy, Dennis Mrzlntosh, Linda McQuuw, Pamela Mehlig, Dana Meyer, Claude Michi ami, g Wayne Debbie Steffan portrays her part as Bonnie Jean, ir dress rehearsal for Brigadoon. 409-Q49 Miller, Diane Miller, Kelly Miller, Larry Mulvaney, Larry Mnnger, Marilyn Munkers, Gail Miller, Paul Miller, Sharon Miller, Susan Millett, Gilbert Mitchell, Cheryl Mortimer, Lorelei Mosbrucker, Debrah Mullen, Craig Seniors 189 Nelson, Eric Nelson, Steven Nepper, Carol Newcomer, Michael Newell, Sharon Newton, Diana Niiranen, George Ninneman, Michael Noble, Erik Noble, James Norby, Nancy Nye, Ruth Seniors Munson, Donna Myers, Diane Nelson, Eric Obeid, Mitri Obrien, Rochelle Odbert, Nancie Olive-Sague Iliana Olson, Nancy O'Neil, Steve Osbeck, Craig Seniors 191 9, IEW' R Parrish, Crfg Putapoff, Mcirtlia l Pilll8I'h0ll. , Diana Pulte-rson, Douglas Payne, Alvin Peers. Nora. Pendleton, William l,PlPl'r0I1- :Q ,, ' --1-1.fiw, Sherri 192 Seniors Osburn. Randall Otey. William OW:-nS. Caynell warn: P11161 Donn 1 ohrman, Jimmy Potter, Lawrvnvv ifwizfeffrf gmQ,,: -gggfy , irffxhfm - ' " x ,,.. I . nag 'Q , 3, lm -,511 :fi -w " ,fl -1 - ....- ,tgp-f , ...V L, -2 3,5 'viayer' 7 - 1 1 2 W 12, ffsza N K 4 aww ., 9 I .. K T1 H li ty, MIK' NNNJWP X Jr .....,, f Poujade, Jim Powell, Anne Praclmabmoll, Pramete Jf 'E mm M: was gvx W? K f . -- ' L ur. - - N- ,3 , e W, 23' .,--fx F-5 .5 V 5 W if . '55 l X V , P eggs '. '32 - my rs L a -- mea rl K.. x . l x F il 2 E ffl Qi? 335 was X s we kj x, 2 Rathkey, Gary Rauvlrenstein, Marria Rnvmond, Gayle Prlestley, Michael Prlmmer, Dan Purpura, Teresa Qual, Chris Ragnone, Roger Raker, Lorraine Rall, Georgene Rasmussen, Darwin Seniors 193 Remme, Roxanne Rellingzer, Marilyn Reverman, Chris Rive, Richard Richardson, Robin Koberii. Marlene 194- Seniors 235 Ann Larson drools as she tries to decide what candy to buy Rnhi nfon, l'.iLliTlf' iioliinxon. Min-has-1 Robinfon, Patrice X DQ Robinson, Paula Robson, John Rodd, Kenneth Mary Sirianni laughs because she has finally outsmarted the hall patrol by using a hallpass. Roos, Stephen Ross, Valinda Rothcry. Marla Royce, Jerry Roylauce-, Douglas Ru ru baugh, Greg Seniors 195 Russell, George Russell, James Ryan, Michael Ryan, Theresa Sadring, David Saheki, Yoslnilco Salois, .lames Sanders, Teresa 196 Seniors N AF? 1- 1 ,I SilIlli1IlgCl0. Michael Scllibel, Richard Schmidt, Brenda Srhmidt, Linda Srhneider, Julie Schott, Nola 9 ffff. .f , -,sg : S EQ . ,. A 1 . f-,if 's...M A 'iff . 5 an " " f a in ' - ,,,L Jeff Zilk leisurely reads Worldly Philosophers in Mr. Burri's economics class. Schreiner, Karen Schuette, James Schultz, Linda Scopacasa, Debra Scopacasa, Donna Scott, Rita Sessler, Ingrid Seniors 197 Shaw, Robert Shields, James Shorts, Becky Seniors Sessler, Linda Shaffer, Mike Sharkey, William Debbie Douglas and Merri Martin discuss their extra curricular activities WWW' Shumwuy, Robert Sivkler. Marilou Sirianni, Mary Springgay, Debra Stady, Pamela Stearns, Lava-rn Slime. Judy Sloan, Leroy Smith, Joyce Smith, Katherine Smith, Kent Soderquist, Stephen Soohoo, Shirley Spruuer, Judith Seniors 199 Stvelc, Nanviv Sl:-ffan, Dnhri Daw Earnest models his Ktiir jersey. 200 Seniors Stmum, Dvborah Stewart, Suwun Stltvll, Edward Stitch, Ile-nnis Stoddard, ,Ieannv Strmnbergx. Robin ' ' f. .-sift. ' '3 9 'S I y . ,lmi Q in 4. . elf? 1 r N w Ji , X25 X if as Super, Debbie Swain, Susan Sweet, Allan Tappenbeck, Tom Taylor, Mark Taylor, Stephen Thario, Sandra Thieman, Linda Titus, Larry To relle, Dorothy Totzen, JoAnne Tracy, Mariorie Trimm, Lori Tweten, Carla Unverrich Clifford Valdes, Caridad Seniors 201 XValters, I Diana Nvard, Dennis War'd, James Ward, Kenneth Warmuth, Vickie Washam, Marlene Weber, Allan Weber, Larry Seniors Vanderpool Lloyd Van Troyer Barbara Veness, Nancy Vorseth, J oy Wakeman, John Walker, Fritz hi. Wivkzinder, Merilee Willett, Steven Williams, Colene William, Richard Wilson, Terry Wilson, Timothy Wellington, JoAnne W:-rner, Sue Wliitc, Roberta Whitvliead, Cecilia Whitley, Candy Whitlock, Susan Wicklnnn, Sandra Wikander, Mary Seniors 203 Winegarden, Donna Yvines, Barbara Wittkop, Larry Wittnxan. Jolene Yvolf, Clark Wolff, Dick 204 Seniors Yvong, Theresa Yvoodard, Clyde Worthington, Seietta T 1 V l L.,, - ig, ka ..: 0 W 1 ,q. N, 3 wi "Wrestling is too a good sport!" agree Maggie Beason and Merri Martin Love potions from "A Midsummer Night's Dream" provide an interesting Walter Kubli and Mary Wickander. discussion for Wright, Gayle Yvright, Marcia Wu, Laurence Yabuki, Stuart Young, Linda Zaleski, Karen Zeigler, Kurt Zielsdorf, Robert Zilk, Jeff Seniors 205 uaker: uakerette: Each year Seniors vote for the students DOUG ROYLANCE NANCY KURKINEN they feel have excelled in a special area. These people are known as Senior Mosts. The voting is handled by the Almanac Staff. 206 Seniurs sa....s - gf' 1 A ereeyy Aere reer I N -1 r i . MOST FRIENDLY Mike Casciatio An McBride MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Richard Wolff Marily Caton MOST SPIRITED Doug Roylance Carla Tweten MOST STUDIOUS Dave Ball Sue Lamb MOST SINCERE Dan Hall Karen Baisinger MOST INDIVIDUAL Don Geren ,Ian Corden FAVORITE TEACHERS Mr. Ellis Mrs. Crites -' S 1- ' 1' af 3 Rf 'L' M , an - or as S 1 if his 1 I' 1, X N 1 ' a ' P13 . Y ir f fl 1 K P I Qi T 5 P3 92 ....,. - I .,,,, px ff I MOST TALENTED IN ART Doug Guinn Barbara Belo! MOST TALENTED IN ATHLETICS Bob Lynn Maggie Benson MOST TALENTED IN DRAMA Craig Mullen Beth Hammond MOST TALENTED IN LEADERSHIP Jack Landau Nancy Kurkinen MOST TALENTED INSTRUMENTALIST Alvin Payne Roberta Henderson MOST TALENTICD VOCALALIST Slow' Giordano Dulrlmiu Sleffan MOST TALENTED IN Sl'lClfffH Miko Bulli, Alcviu Arnrstrong, Seniors 201 Senior Members 0 HS Baisinger, Karen H Ball.Duvid if Bankston, Beverly 1 ' IA, -5 ' . . Barnhart, Marilyn ' I " gi Beard, Heather ' - , Relott, Barbara V V 55'e'fff'?iVr V, "" 'W . Bennett, Ann ri? igbl . ' . ,,,, QL EV i n SV Bolera, Sbarlenv V V V A V Brock, Terry A ' . U iii'-f7 K Bruning,Melissa , ,V V " ' . ca1dwe1i,Deb.-a V gi 'St gf ,. " I ' W Casciato,Micbz1el 3 . it A V 3 . 'o 5 tk , as Caton,Marily , 1 3 i - f :A ff I Q at Clow, Laild , - V VV f I 'mf ,. ' Q 5 I Q fe Jer A -:P Couture, Pamela 5 ef- V V ii i Dahlmlmy . 3 V V VV 5 ea 5 DeVeiteo,Marf'ia V , 1' 4 . Q- 5. .,r 'V . 5 ' VV . deYoung.Estl1er if as 5. "'e 'J +V 9 T Tn' 1 W" . 5 " 3 'F I Diloreto, Greg .if ,V 4 - ' 1 V, 5 Dimoff, David , V 'Z VV - I "'f...fE i Douglas, Debra ' , .V , 5 V .. .. it Q , .5 - ...rrv ...Q A '. .Q 1- . ,'A- - to ALFSEN, WENDY Atkinson-College-Work: SC Rep. ALLEN, STEVEN Atkinson-Work. AMATO, JERRY Woodstock-College. ANDERSON, CAROL Joseph Lane-Work5 Pub. Ch. 25 AGS 1,25 SC Rep. 1 ' ANDERSON, MARY Woodstock - Work - Cirl's Choir 3,45 Quakerettes 45 Drama 25 Stage Crew 2. ANDERSON, MILES Creston-College-Wrest. I,2,3,45 Ecology Club. ANDERSON, RON Creston-WorkiSC Rep. I: ANDRE, KATHY Tiganl-College-Sgt.at-Arms 25 Lamb- da Gamma Hist. ARMSTRONG, ALECIA Atkinson-College-CC 45 AGS 1: SC Rep. 35 POST 45 N.F.L.5 Pep 25 Quakercttes 35 Drama 2. BACON, BERT Joseph Lane-College. BAILEY, JOEL Woodstock-Forum 2,3,45 NHS 3: Creative Writing Staff pub. ch.5 Homecoming escort 3: Golf 2,3,45 College. BAISINCER, KAREN Kellogg-Honor Roll 2,3,45 Forum 2,3,4: NHS 3,45 Principal's Advisory Comm.5 Treas. 35 Sec. 4: ACS 35 Car. Conf. Ch. 35 ALMANAC 3: Jr. Prom Cour!5 Sr. Miss Merry Christmas: Sigma 3,45 Pleiadcs5 Girl'a Choir 25 Harmonettes 1,2,3,45 College. BALDINO, KATHRYN Kellogg-Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 Forum 45 Car. Conf. Cb. 15 1'Iarmonettes5 AGS 1,25 SC 1,21 College. BALDWIN, DONNA Kellogg-SC Rep. 15 Pep Club I5 "A" Choir 45 Girl's Choir 3: Plays 45 Work. BALL, CHRIS Kellogg-Honor Roll 35 Forum 4: AFM 1,25 Cross Country 35 Football 1,25 Band l,2,3,45 Or- chestra 2,3,45 College. BALL, DAVID Mt. Tabor-Forum 2.3.45 Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 NHS 2,3,45 CC 35 Constitution Revision Comm. 4: Jr. Prom Court 35 Letterman: Friars, Pres5 Cross Country 2: Football 45 Track l,2,3,45 Wrest. 15 Band 1,2,3,4: Rifle 15 College. 208 Seniors BALL, PATRICIA Joseph LaneiHonor Roll 15 V.-Pres. li ACS 1: SC Rep. 35 Rally JV 1,2 Varsity 35 "A" Choir 3: Cirl's Choir 25 College. BANKSTON, BEVERLY Ahernethy-Honor Roll 3,4 ACS 1,2,3,45 ACS Pub. Ch. 45 Oregon Association of Cirl's League 3: SC Rep. 25 POST 3, Editor 45 Quill St Scroll5 College. Forum 3,45 NHS 45 Principal's Advisory Comm.: BARNARD, STEVEN Atkinson-Photography: Collugu: Work. BARNHART, KAREN AtkinsonwPhotograpber 35 Work. BARNHART, MARILYN Kellogg-Honor Roll 1,2,3,4: Forum 2,3,45 NHS 2,3,45 Safety Week Comm.5 "A" Choir 3,43 Cirl's Choir 25 Plays 45 College. BAUER, PETER Kellogg-Honor Roll 45 Forum 45 SC Rep. 35 POST S!aff5 Ecology Club 45 College. BEARD, HEATHER Kellogg-Honor Roll 1,45 Forum 2,3,45 Elections Comm.: Sr. Class Treas. AGS 2: SC Rep. 15 POST 3,45 Sr. Homecoming Queen: Pep Club I5 Drama pub. 45 College. BEATTIE, JACKIE Marshall-Chorus 15 College. BEGCS, ALLEN Atkinson-SC Rep I: Wrest. 1,25 Work. BEHNKE, RUSH Clackamas-unclecitlenl. BELL, RICHARD Joseph Laneiwork. BELOTT, BARBARA Richmond-ACS l,3,45 SC Rr-p. 3: Art 3,45 Lettermen 25 Swimming 25 College. BENNETT, ANN Atkinsonfblonor Roll 1,2,3,4: Forum 3.45 NHS 45 SB Pub. Ch. 3: Jr. Prom Pub. Cb.: Con- stitution Revision Comm. Ch. 35 Career Conf. Ch. 35 Jr. Prom Court 3: Band 1,23 College. BENSON, MARGARET Atkinson-Honor Roll 1,45 For- um 45 Jr. Prom Invitation Comm. Ch. 35 Varsity Rally 45 Track 2,3,45 College BERRY, I,'RI'1lA Lewisf"A" Choir 35 Cirl's Choir 1,25 Work. BESWICK, ROBERT Atkinson-CollegriHonor Roll 3: Forum 45 SC Rep. 25 Basketball 1,25 Track l. 1 BISIIOP, DAN St. Ignatius-College-Honor Roll: For- um5 NHS5 AFM V.-Prcs.5 SC Rep. 15 Key5 Baseball l: Football 1,2,3.45 Rally 25 Track l,2,3,4-5 Drama Stagt Crew 4. BLACKMAN, JANICE St. Stephens-College-Forum iii Aos rut.. ch. 4, Pres, 4, Sgt. at Armsg Aus il Car. Conl. Ch. 3: Intramural: Thcspians5 "A" Choiq 3,45 Cirl's Choir 25 Quakercttcs 2: Drama 3,45 Maki-A up Crew 45 Stage Crew 3. 3ODEMAN, DENNIS Kellogg-College-Sgt. at Arms 15 AFM 1,2,3: SC Rep. 2,3,45 Jr. Prom Court 35 Lamlnla Sambtla: Letterman: Baseball 1,25 Football l,2,3,45 Wrost. 1: Band 1. BOLERA, SHARLENE Arleta-College-Honor Roll l,2, 3.45 Forum 2,3,45 NHS 2,3,4: AGS 25 SC Rep. 2,35 Car. Conf. Ch, 1,35 Lambmla Cambtla5 "A" Choir 3. BOLTON, IIIANNA Lane - College - Election Comm.: SC Rep. 3: Car. Conf. Ch. 35 Tennis 2. BOROFF, LEE Atkinson-Armed Services-AFM li Keyg Cross Country 3: Football 1,2,4: Trark 1,2,3I YVrest. I,2,35 "A" Choir 45 Plays 4. BRAINERD, CHARLES Seappoosc - Work:-Art 45 Baseball 25 Coll 2: "A" Choir 35 Plays 35 Drama 2,32 Make-up Crew 2. BRAUCKMILLER, GI-IORCE Woodstock - Collt-gc -f Work-AFM 2: SC Rep. 2, BRICCHTBILL, KI-INT Haylieltl, Alcxnntlrin, Virginia- Collcge-Honor Roll 35 Forum 45 Thuspians Pres. 4? Theater Btl. Tech. Dir.5 Tennis 1,25 Drama 15 Dir. Assist. 3,45 Plays I,2,3.4: Publicity I: Stage Crow 3,4. BROCK, TERRY Atkinson-Honor Roll 1.2.3,4: Forurr 2,3,45 NHS 2,3,4: Sec. 15 AGS 35 Homecoming Court 15 Thespians5 Pleiadesg Car. Conf. Ch. 1,35 Rally l,2.3: Plays 35 Collegeg Cirl's Choir 2. BROWN, JEANNE ArletafCollc-gt--Work. BROWN, KAYE Clark-AGS 1: College. RUNING, MELISSA Lewis-Honor Roll 253,45 Forum 5 NHS 4: DECA 3,45 Russian Club 45 College. URLINGHAM, DEBBIE Edison, Minneapolis. Minn-C A" Choir I5 Tennis 1,25 Baseball 1,25 Basketball 1,25 rama Make-up I5 plays 1: Outdoor School 3,45 Work. URNELL, DAVE Astoria High School-Thespian Sgt.- t-Arms5 Track 1,35 Football 1,25 Basketball 1,2,3,45 rama Stage Crew 3,45 Plays 3,45 Work. URROW, LINDA Atkinson-Girl'a Choir 2,35 College ALDWELL, DEBRA Chief Fronsisco Salono Jr. High Honor Roll 35 Forum 3,45 NHS 45 Baccalaureate omm. Ch. 45 Sgt.-at-arms: AGS 15 Car. Conf. Ch. 35 ollcge5 Work. ALLAGHAN, COLLEEN St. Ignatius-Honor Roll 45 Drum 3,45 NHS 45 Election, Student Lounge Comm.L t. at Arms: Pub. Chrmn. 45 AGS I,3,45 SC Rep. 5 CC Rep. 45 Future Teachers of America, Sgt. at rms: Pep 1, Sec.5 College. ARR, CHERYL Richmond-Work. ASCIATO, THOMAS MICHAEL Central-Honor Roll 5 Treas. 45 Key5 Track 1,25 "A" Choir 4: Plays 4. ATON, MARILY Richmond-Honor Roll 2,3,45 Forum ,45 NHS 2,3,45 Sr. Movie Ch.: Sgt. at Arms 35 V. res. 4: AGS 3: SC Rep. 2.4: CC Rep. 35 POST 3,43 uukerettes 3, Pres. 5 Pep 2,3, Pub. Ch.: Pleiatlea 4, . Pres.5 Rally Squad 45 Track 1,45 Band Majorette 45 College. ENTER, DAVID Woodstock-Work. HAPEL, ED Richmond-Work. HOI, ALICE Cleveland-College. LARK, CATHLIN Elmira High Schocrl-Work. LARK, CHARLENE Atkinson-AGS 2,3,4: SC Rep. ,45 College. LOW, LAIRD Creston-Honor Roll I,2,3,45 Forum 3,45 NHS 3,45 Campus Life Pub. Ch.5 Baseball I5 owling 2,35 Band I,2,3,45 Plays 45 College. IIOCHRAN, JUNF Woodstock-AGS 15 SC Rep. 4. LOLE, GLEN Arleta-Work. IOLE, SCOTT Arleta-Forum 45 Work. ICONOVER, ROBERT Corona High School-Work. 'OOPER, DOUGLAS Davis High School-Wrest. 1,2.3I liollegei Work. '0OPER, PAUL St. Ignatius-ACM 1,25 SC Rep. 1.2: Baseball 1,25 Football I5 Wrest. 1: Work. EOUTURE, PAMELA .loseph Lane-Forum 4: NHS 45 Sgt.-at-Arms 45 ACS I: CC Rep. 1: ALMANAC 4: foliage: Work. COVERT, HOLLY Gresham High School-Girl's Choir .5 Work. IOWAN, TIM Woodlaw'n-Letterman: Cross Country 1,45 Track 2.3.45 College. COX, STEVE Richmond-Bowling l,2,35 College: Work. ZRAIG, GENE Richmond-AFM 35 SC Rep. 35 Rifle l'eam 2,35 College. IROSS. BRIAN Joseph Lane-Forum 4: SC Rep. 35 .ettermani Basketball 1: Football 1,2,3,45 Track I5 Wreat. 2,3,45 College. FUNNINGHAM, DEBRA Arleta-Russian Club 45 "A" :hoir 3,45 Girl'a Choir 25 Harmonettea 1,2,3,45 Plays I5 College: Work. DAHLGREN, JERRY Woodstock - Honor Roll 3.45 forum 2,3.45 NHS 3,45 POST 3,45 NFL5 Letterman: 'liking Club: Basketball I: Football 15 Golf 1,25 Col- ege. D'AMBROSIA, MARYANN Sr. Ignatius-Forum 1,45 Concession Stand Ch. 45 AGS 2,35 SC Rep. 1,25 CC Rep. 1,35 Thespians V. Pres.5 Sigma Pub. Chrmn.: Swimming 1,2,3,45 "A" Choir 2,3,4: Orch. 3,45 Make- up, Crew 2: Plays 1,2,3,45 Stage Crew 2.31 Costuming 2,3,45 Work. DAQUILANTE, THERESA Lewis-College. DEAL, KATHLEEN Martin LutheraHonor Roll 1,2, 3,45 Forum 3,45 AGS 2,35 SC Rep. 25 ALMANAC 35 Ecology5 Hiking Club: Intramurals 3,45 Girl's Choir 2,35 College. DEVEITEO, MARCIA Woodstock-Honor Roll 35 For- um 45 NHS 45 College5 Work. DEYOENG, CHRISTINE Condon High School-Honor Roll 15 Fashion Show Ch.5 V. Pres. 15 Homecoming Princess I5 Pep I5 Pub. Ch.: Rally Squad I5 Tennis I: Track I5 College. DEYOUNG, ESTHER Madras High School-Honor Roll l,2,3,45 Forum 45 NHS 3,45 AGS 3,45 Hiking Club: Penney's High Bd: College. DIERKING, DWIGHT Richmond-College. DILORETO. GREG Kellogg-Honor Roll 2.3,4: Forum 2,3,45 NHS 2,3,45 AFM 35 Friars 3,45 Lambda Gambtla 45 Lettermen5 Basketball l,2,35 College. DIMOFF, DAVE Creston-Honor Roll 35 Key Club. Pres.5 Baseball 25 Football 1: Bowling I.2.3,4: Banll l,2,35 College. IJIRKS, STAN Creston-AFM 35 Bowling: College. IJOIG, DIANE Atkinson-Yvork. DOUGLAS, DEBRA Atkinson-Hom. aan 1,2,3,4: Fur- um 2,3,45 NHS 3,45 Co-Ch. .lr. Prom Court Comm.: Sgt.-At-Arms 2,45 AGS 35 CC Rep. 35 College. DRYDEN, LORNA Arrowview .Ir. High-Art Staff 45 Work. DIQDDINGTON, NORM Lane-Bowling 3: Work. DUGGINS, LOLA Creston-Wlork. DUNK, JANET Richmond-SC Rep. 2,45 College. EARNEST, DAVE Woodstock-Cross Country 1,25 Track 1,25 College. EARP, PATRICK KEVIN Beaverton High Schrmolfflross Country 45 College: Work. EDGAR, BEVERLY Arletta-Honor Roll 35 Russian Club 45 Gir1's Choir 2,35 Work. EHELER, BARBARA Arleta-AGS 15 SC Rep. 25 For- um 3,45 College. ELL, .IUDI Kellogg-SC Rep. 3,45 Car. Conf. Ch. 31 Letterman: College. ELLIOTT, JEAN Kellogg-Wlork. ELLISON, LEATHA .Ioseph Lane-Work. EVANS, LAUREL Thorp High School, Washington- POST 45 GirI's Choir 1,2,3,45 Drama5 Tennis 3: Work. EWERS, ALLEN Benson-"A" Choir 3.4: College5 Work. FARLEY, DEBBIE Richmond-College. FAST, DAVID Lane-Honor Roll 1,45 Photo Staff 35 Orchea. I,2,3,45 W'ork. FAULHABER, SUSAN-Tennis 25 Mixed Choir 45 Work. FEDERSPIEL, DEBRA Arleta-AGS 15 SC Rep. 1,21 College. RILBECK. LINDA Richmond-AGS 45 Ecology Club, Sec.: Work. FINCH, VIVIAN Richmond-AGS 15 College. FINNERTY, RON Arleta-Work. FONTANA, PATTI Kellogg-AGS Fashion Show Ch.: AGS 2,35 AGS Year Rep. 45 Hi-Board Rm-p. Wards 4: Play 3: College. FRASHER, BRUCE Nathan Hale Seattle, Washington -Work: Armed Services. GEIMER, TOMfHonor Roll 1,3,45 Forum 2,3,45 Rifle Team 1,25 College5 Work. GILLIAM, VICTOR Atkinson-SC Rep.: Baseball I: Track 2,45 College. GILMAN, VICKI Richmond-College. GISH, STAN Atkinson-Honor Roll l,2,3,4: Forum l,2, 3,45 NHS 2.3.45 SC Rep. 25 ALMANAC 3,45 NHS V.-Pres.5 Baskeball 45 Cross Country 15 Tennis 1,2,3,45 College. GLENN, SHERRI St. Ignatius-Senior Movil- Com. 4: Election Com. 45 Sgt.-at-Arms 35 AGS l,2,3,45 SC l,2,35 College. GNIEWOSA, BARBARA St. lgnutiusflflonor Roll l,2, 3,45 Forum 2,3,45 NHS 3,45 Constitution Com.5 Lambda Gamma, Pres.: Letterman: Swimming l,2,3,45 Tennis 25 Track 1,3,45 Bowling 15 College. GONZALZ, ALEIDA Miami High SchoolfHonor Roll 45 "A" Choir: Work. GORDEN, JAN Trinity Luthe-ranfHonur Roll l,2,3,15 Forum 2,3,45 NHS 45 Stutlent-Teacher Rt-lations Com.: CC Rep. l: POST 3,45 Creative Writing: 3,4 Editor. Poetry: Lambda Gamma, Hist.: College. GOODALL, RICHARD Atkinson-Baseball I5 Sgt.-ab Arms 3: Forum 4: College. GASSETT, KATIE Marshall High School-Coll:-gv. GRAHAM, .IOY Atkinson-Honor Roll 1,35 Forum 2,3,45 NHS 2.3.45 Treas. 15 AGS 1,25 SC Rep. l,2,35 CC Rep, 1,35 Tennis 25 Girl's Choir 25 College. GRAY, MICHAEL Creston-Travel. GREEN, RICHARD Atkinson-Forum 3,45 NHS 35 Cross Country l,2,35 Track I,2,3,45 College. GUINN. DOUG Kelloggflforum 2,2-,45 Sgt.-at-arms 2: Football 15 Varsity Rally 95 Track 1,2.3.45 Wrt-st. 15 Undecided. GCLLIFORD. PHILLII' Lane-Work. GUNSTEN, PAUL Central Valley High School, Spo- kane, Wash.-Baseball 15 Basketball 1,25 Football I5 College. GUNTER, DENNIS Atkinson-College. HALL, DAN Kellogg-Forum 25 Safety Week Ch. 4: V. Pres. 45 Pres. 45 AFM 2,35 SC Rep. 45 Jr. Prom Court 35 Key Club, I'res.5 Baseball 15 Basketball 15 Football l,2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Wrest. 2.45 College, Work. HALL, LAWRENCE Kellogg-Forum 3,4-5 Honor Roll l5 Student Lounge Comm. Ch.5 AFM 1,2,3,45 AFM V. Pres. 45 Key Club, Sgt-at-arms: Baseball 1: Basket- ball 1, Cross Country 3,45 Football l,2,35 Track 3,43 Wrest. 1,25 College, Work, Armed Services. HAMMOND BETH Atkinson-Honor Roll 2,3,45 Forum 2,35 NHS 45 Car. Conf. Ch. 35 Lambda Gamma, Sec.: Make-up Crew 45 Plays 45 College. HARDING, DONNA Creston-Honor Roll 1,2,45 Forum 2,3,45 NHS 45 SB Sec. 45 Lounge Comm. AGS 1: SC Rep. l,2,35 Car. Conf. Ch. 2,35 Golf 15 College. HARDING. MARSHA Atkinson-Honor Roll 3,45 For- um 3,45 Baccalaureate 35 Sgt-at-arms 45 AGS 35 College. HARDING. SANDY Creston-Pub. Ch. 1: AGS 2: Car. Conf. Cb. 35 Letterman: Swimming 25 College. HARRISON, RICHARD Lincoln High-AFM 35 Foot- ball 1.2: Undecided. ' HART, ,IULIANN Creston-Honor Roll l,2,3,4: Forum 2,3,45 NHS 3,45 CC Comm. 35 SC Rep. 45 Car. Conf. Ch. 1.35 Hiking Club 3.4: College. Seniors 209 HERD, TOM Lane-Honor Roll 25 Forum 3,45 AFM Senior Members 0 NHS I Elston, Jim Gish, Stan Gorden, Janis Gniewosz, Barbara Graham, Joy Hammond, Elizabeth Harding, Donna Harding, Sandra Hart, Juliann Henderson, Roberta Herrmann, Paul Hildenbrand, Rod Hopper, JoAnn Hoyt, Susan Jenson, David J ones, Jim Kelly, Brian Kurkinen, Nanry Lamb, Susan Landau, Jack Langdon, Sherry Lee, Judy Lee, Stella Long, Linda HAUSKINS, CONNIE Arletta-Honor Roll 1,2,35 Fomm 45 SC Rep. 1: Work-College. HAYZLETT, NANCY Kellogg-AGS 35 College-Work. HENDERSON, REBECCA Richmond - Baccalaureate Comm. 45 Bowling 35 Swimming 1: Pep 1,2, Corres. Sec.: College. HENDERSON, ROBERTA Richmond-Honor Roll 1: Forum 2,4: AGS 2,45 Car. Conf. Ch. 2,35 Sigma Phi Alpha, V. Pres.5 Letterman: Swimming 1,25 Tennis 3,45 Band 2,3,45 Orcbes. 2,3,4: College. 35 AFM Treas. 4: SC Rep. 25 Car Conf. Cb. 25 Key: Letterman: Cross Country I5 Wrest. 1: "A" Choir 2,3,4 Play 2,45 Work. HERRMANN, PAUL Kellogg-Honor Roll l.2,3,45 For- um 2,3,4: NHS 2.3.45 Letterman: AFM Treas.5 Basket- ball 1: Cross Country 45 Football 25 Track I,2,3,45 College. HESS, STANLEY Abernathy-Work. HICKS, RUSS Atkinson-AFM 35 Track 25 Armed Services-work. HILDENBRAND, RODNEY Atkinson-Honor Roll l,2, 3,45 Forum 2.3.45 NHS 3,4, Hist. 45 FAG'S Comm. AFM 25 SC Rep. I5 POST 3,45 Baseball l, Statistician: Basketball 1,2,3,4: College. HILL, CHERYL Atkinson-Work. HILL, JEFFRY Arletta-Forum 2: Basketball 1: Foot- ball l,25 Wrest. 2: College. 210 Seniors K 11 s If 'ff -"ai 5421 . .. I : il we f I, if f . . i s I' - 'M ,., 1 5 J Z W i x for 5 , V e g . in I 'K L Q all iiii 7' 5 W i' ' ,gli 7' teee J' ,, .i g h ..,, V ' A 3 , E , , ': ' I :V - 5 . e?,2.5'-, L , ff .3 HILL. SCOTT Kellogg-ALMANAC 45 DECA, Pres.: College. HINKLE, DEBBIE Creston-Sigma 2,35 Hiking Club 3.45 DECA 45 Trark 25 Band 2,3,-1: Quakerettes 1: Drama Make-up crew 4: Plays 25 W'orIt. HODSON, CINDY Joseph Lanc-AGS 3: College-work. HOGELAND, MONA St. Stephen's-AGS 3: College. HOLIFER, MARK Atkinson-AFM 4: SC Rep 2,35 Baseball I,2,35 Basketball 1,25 Cross Country 2,35 Foot- ball 1,25 College. HOLLAND, JEFF Atkinson-AFM: SC Rep: Baseball 1: Basketball 15 Football 15 Golf I5 Swimming 1: Track 1: Wrest. 1: College. HOLSTINE, CINDY Arleta-Honor Roll, 1.2: Forum 45 AGS 45 Lambda Gamma, Treasurer: Swimming 45 Quakerettes 35 College. HOLT, GLENDA .Kellogg-Work. HOPPER, .IO ANN Joseph Lane-Honor Roll 2,3,4: Forum 2,3.4: NHS 3.45 Sr. Prom Ch.: Jr. Prom Co-Ch.: V.-Pres. 3: AGS 1,25 SC Rep. 1,35 Car. Conf. Ch. 35 ALMANAC 35 Jr. Prom Court: Homecoming Curt 35 Pleiades Sec.-Treas.: Campus Life: "A" Choir 3,45 GirI's Choir 25 Harmonettes 1,2,3,45 Plays 4: College-Work. HOYT, SUSAN Joseph Lane--Honor Roll l,2,3,45 Forum 2,45 NHS 45 AGS 4: Car. Conf. Cb. 15 C-irl's Choir 25 Harmonettes l,2,3,45 College. HUCK, RICHARD, Arleta-Armed Services. HUFFMAN, GUY Arleta-Collegw-Work. 5 ,gs -, I.. ,fe I 3 x . .5 I, HULTMAN. I'AM Los Alamitos High, Los Alamitos, Calif.-Drama Make-up Crew 35 Plays 35 W'ork. INAHARA, ALAN Creston-AFM 35 SC Rep. 15 Base- ball I,2,35 Basketball 1,25 Golf 25 College. INGERSOLL, ROYANNA Rirhmond-Band I5 Work. INGHAM, CLIFF David Douglas-Key: Track 2.3,4: Wrcst. 15 College. ISBELL, JEAN-College. JARBOE, CHERYL Kellogg-Honor Roll 45 NHS 45 Sr. Movie Comm.: Pub. Ch. 35 AGS 15 SC Rep. 2,45 POST Feature Etlilor 3, Editor-in-chief 4: College. JENSEN, GREG Kellogg-College-Work. JENSON, CHARLES DAVID Coeur d'Alene High, Coeur nl'AIene, Idaho: Honor Iloll 1,25 Forum 4: Decoration Comm. 2: AFM Sen. 45 SC Rep. 15 College. JENSON, RICHARD Coeur d'Alene High, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho: SC Rep. I: College. JOHNSON BERNT Richmond-Work. JOHNSON, CURTIS Arleta-College. IOHNSON TIMOTHY Sunset, Beaverton, Ore.-Wrest 45 Work. JOHNSON, APRIL Richmond-AGS: College. JOHNSTONE, DON Richmond-Forum 4. JONES, CLAY Joseph Lane-Armed Services ELLER, GREG Kellogg-AFM 1: Key Pres. 1: Let- McELHANEY, NANCY Atkinson-Honor Roll l,2,4: rm- NES, JIM Astoria High, Oregon-Honor Roll 3,4: S 4: Forum 4: Car, Conf. Ch. 3: ALMANAC 4: iars 4: College. NES, KEN Richmond-Armed Services. ARRER, KENT Klamath Union High, Klamath Falls, e.-College. rman Pres.: Football I,2,3,4: Track l,2,3,4: Wrest. .3,4: "A" Choir 2,4: College. ELLEY, BRIAN Atkinson-Honor Roll 1.2: Forum : NHS 3.4, Sgt.-at-arms 3: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Basket- ll l,2,3,4: Football 1,2,3,4: Honorable Mention, All ty: College. ELTNER, THELMA Richmond-Honor Roll 3: Yl'ork. EYES, JOHN WondstoekfCollege. IDNEY, DAVE Joseph Lane- Basketball 1: Football 2: Work-Armed Services. INC, DONELLA Thomas Jefferson, Denver. Colo.- mbda Gamma 3.4: Quakerrttes Y.-Pres. 3: College- rk. NUTSON, BOB Woodstock-Cross Country 1.2: Sgt.,- -arms 4: College. Io, Eva Washington nigh-coll.-gffwufk. '0CH, GARY Creston-Honor Roll 4: Forum 3.4: AFM .33 SC Rep. 1: Letterman: Swimming l,2,3,4: Wrest. : College. OEHLER, AARON Arleta-Forum 3.4: AFM 2,3: Foot- nll 1: Wrestling 1. lRAEMER, BOB Arleta-AFM 2.3: SC Rep. l,2.3: ootball 1: College-work. IUAN, MINC St. Dominic Sr. High, Kao-hsiung, Tai- an-Honor Roll 3: College. ,UBLI. WALTER Woodstock - Franklin Electronics: :vimming 1: Armed Services. lURKINEN, NANCY Creston-Honor Roll 1.2,4: For- m 2,3.4: NHS 2.3.4 Pres.: Decoration Comm. Ch. 3: res. 3: ACS 1: SC Rep. 1,2,3: Cur. Conf. Ch. 1: Art taff 4: Christmas Court 3: Junior Prom Queen: leiatles Pub. Ch.: Rally Squads, 2, J.V.: College. .W.-KN, NANCY Creston-College. AHUE. LOIS Richmond-Forum 4: Sgt.-at-arms 2: Kar. Conf. Ch. 3: Lambda Gamma Pres. 3: College. AKE. SANDI Creston-Work. AMB, SUSAN Richmond-Honor Roll 1,2,3.4: Forum ,3,4: Pleiades Pres.: NHS Treasurer: NHS 3.4: Iollege. .AMBI-IRT, PAUL Woodstock-AFM 1: Football 1.2: Vork. JANDAU, JACK Franklin High, L.A., Calif.- Honor loll 1,2,3,4: Forum 2,3.4: NHS 2,3,4: AGS V.-Pres.: Iomm. Ch. S.B. Pres. 4: Track 1.4: "A" Choir 4: Iollege. .ANGDON, CHARLOTTE Our Lady of Sorrows-Honor loll 1,2,3,4: Forum 2,3,4: NHS 2,3,4: AGS Y.-Pres.: igt-at-arms 2: ACS 2,3: SC Rep. 2,3: ALMANAC 3.4: iollege. .ARSON, LINDA Mohawk High School-College. .ARSSON, ANNE Atkinson-Forum 4: Sgt.-at-Arms 2: KGS 3: Letterman 3,4: DE 4: Rally Squads 3,4: Band .2: College: Work. .ARYICK, NANCY McMinnville Jr. High-Work. .ASSITER, JOE Marshall-Honor Roll 2: "A" Choir ,3,4: Work. .EE, JUDY ANN Kellogg-Honor Roll 1,2.3.4: Forum .3,4: NHS 3.4, Sec.: SC Rep. 1: Car Conf. Ch. 1,3: ILMANAC 3.4: Lambda Cambda 4: Pep 1.2, Sgt. at trms: Hiking Club 3: College. LEE. KAREN Richmond-Sgt.at-Arms: ACS Ser. 3: SC Rep. 1: Rhodes Hi-Bd. 4: POST 3.4: Tbespiaus: College. LEE, STELLA St. Anthony'siHonor Roll 1: NHS 3.4: Russian Club 4, Sec.: College. LENON, THOMAS Lewis-Honor Roll 1,4: Forum 1: College. ER, LAUREEN Buffalo Center, lowafSgt. at LETCH Arms 4: College. LEWIS, BILL Woodstock-College. user, KEN Lewiston High School-Honor Collegefwork. Roll 4: LITTLE. CHRISTIE Atkinson-Sr. Prom Co-Ch.: Jr. Prom Ch.: Sr. Breakfast Ch.: Sgt. at Arms 1,2,3: SC Rep. 2,3: Car. Conf. Ch. 1: Golf 1.2 LLANEZA, LORRAINE Richmond f Forum 2,3.4: SC Rep. 4: Sigma Phi Alpha 3,4, Sec man: Tennis 2,3,4: Bowling 3: College. LOCKE College. , JAY Atkinson-Honor Roll: Forum 3 2: ACS ,3: Work. 4: ACS : Letter- .4: NHS: LOCKHART, MICHAEL Joseph Jr. High School-Leb terman: Cross Country 1,2.3: Track 1,2,3.4: College: Armed Services. LONG. LINDA Washington-Forum 4: Work. LOUUHREY, DAVE Grunt High School-AI-'M Rep. LOUIE, ELAINE Richmondfllonor Roll 1,2,3,-1: For- um 2.3,4: NHS 2,3,4: ACS 2: SC Rep. 3: ALMANAC 3.4, Editor: Pleiades: College. LOYLIEN. .IEANNE Kellogg--Forum: ACS: SC Rep.: Rally Squad 3: College, LUND, CHERYL Woodstock-Basketball 1.2: Coll 1.2: Tennis 1: Track 1,2: Girl's Choir 2,3,4: Work. LUSK, LUCY Arleta-Honor Roll 1,2.3,4: Forum 2,3,4: NHS 3.4: Sgt. at Arms 4: ACS Rep. 1.2: Car. Conf. Ch. 3.4: POST 3.4: "A" Choir 4: Girl's Choir 2: Harmonettes 1,2.3,4 Quakerettes 2.3: Plays 4: College. LYNN, ROBERT Woodstock-Honor Roll 2,3,4: Forum 2,3,4: NHS 4: Sgt. at Arms 3: AFM 3: Friars 3.4: Letterman: Key Trcas.: Football 1,2,3,4: Truck 1.2.31 Wrest. 1,2,3,4: College. LYONS PATRICIA Richmond-"A" Choir 2: lQirl's Choir 1: College, MACFARLANE. LINDA Arletu-Work. MACKINTOSH, ROSANNE RiehmondfHonor Roll 4: Forum: College. MADDUX. LARRY Claekamas-AFM: I-'ootball I: Wrest. 1.4: College. MAGISTRALE, PATTI Washington-Work. MANKI NS, SANDRA Joseph LaneSCollege. MARTIN, MARILYN W'hitticr, Calif. Forum 3,4: Can- dyland Dance Inv. Co-Ch. 4: Sgt.-at-Arms 4: ACS 2.3: SC Rep. 3: Lambda Gambda 2,3,4. Pub, Chrmn.: College. MARTINOLICH, BEVERLY LcwisfHonor Roll 1.2: DECA: Work. MAY. KEN Sacramento, Calif.fBaseball 1,2,3.4: Bas- ketball 3,4: Cross Country 1.2.3.4-: Football 1: Rally Squad 1: Track 1: Orchestra 1: College. McBR1DE. ANASTASIA St. Ignatius-Honor Roll 2: Forum 2,3.4: ACS 2.3: ART STAFF 4: DECA V.-Pres.: Letterman: Bowling 3:Swimming 1: Tennis 3.4: College. McCAMMAN, TERRY Neah-Kah-Nie-Forum 4: Sgt.- at-Arms 2: SC Rep. 1.2: DECA: Baseball I.2.3.4: Bas- ketball 1,2: Football 1: College. McCAULI'iY, KATHY Atkinson-Forum 2.3,4: ACS 3: Hiking Club 3: Russian Club 4: Make-up Crew 43 College. McCLURl:I. DONNA Wilbur Rawe Jr. High-ACS 1: College. McDONALD, LYNETTE Marshullfkiork. um 1,2,3,4: NHS 2,3.4: Forum Steering Comm.: V.-Pres. 2: Pres. 2: Pub. Ch. 3: ACS 1,2,3: ACS Yr. Rep. 2: SC Rep. l,3,4: Car. Conf. Ch. 1,3: Cirl's Choir 2: Harmonettes 2: College. MrEVu'EN, JEFF Woodstock-Honor Roll 1: Forum 4: Bowling Pres.: College. Mr-FARLANE, KATHLEEN Creston-ACS 4: SC Rep. 2: College. McGLOCHLON, DONN Central Valley Iligh School- College. McGLT1RI-Q, DIANNA Bend Jr. High School-College. McILROY. DENNIS Woodstock-"A" Choir 4: Band 2.3,-4: Orchestra 4: Plays-1: College. McINTOSH, LINDA Richmond-College. MILLER, DIANE Woodstock-Sgt.-abArms 2: Hiking Club 3.4: Russian Club 4: DECA Club Sec.: College: Nvork. MILLER, SHARON Joseph Lane-College. MURTIMER I.OREI.EI Gresham High School-Xtork. MOSBRUCKER, DEBRAH Our Honor Roll l.2,3,4: Forum 3.4: NHS 2,3.4: Sgt.-ab L...1y of st......r.-.- Arms 4: Lar. Conf. Ch. 1.3: ALM.-XNAC 3,-1: Plt-mules: College. MUNCI-IR. MARILYN lVoorlstock-I"orum 4: ACS 2: Pep 1: College: Work. NIIRANI-IN, GEORGE ArletafWrestling l,2.3: College. NINNENIAN, MICHAEL Milwaukie. Ore.-Bust-lmll lc Work. NOI31.I'i. ERIK Clover I'k.-Iiztseliall 2: Armtul Setxices. NUIILE, J.-X3lESfClu'v'er Park, Taronia, kvush. N01illY, NANCY Atkinson-Car. Conf. Ch. 3: DECA Parl.: Ilrama 2: Collcge. NYE. RUTH Jost-pb Lane. UDB1-IR'l'. NANCIE Kellogg-Honor Roll 1: Forum 2.3: NHS 2,3.4: ACS 2: lkork. QISBIICK. CRAIG Arlcta- -College. UTI-IY, BILI. Atkins rvit fkkork. OXYI-INS, CAYNELI. Richmond-work. PARRISH. GREG Arlt-tagAFM 1: Key Pres.: Letter- man: Football l,2.3.4: Track 1,2,3,4: lklrest. l,2: "A" Choir 2.3.41 College-uork. PATTERSON, IIOLIG Rifhnttintlftuirk. PAYNE. ALVIN Creston-Honor Roll 1,2,3: Forum 3.4: NIIS 3,4: Baseball I: Basketball 1: Cross Country 2: Track 2: Band 2.3,4: Orehes. 4: College. PI-IND1.ETON. WILLI AM Sunsetfwnrk. PITZER. DONNA Ar1etufACS 2: Golf 1: Rally Squads 3.4: Letterman: College. POIIRMAN, JIM Clem-ociArmed Services. POTTER, LARRY Kelloggfllnsebnll 1.2,3: Wrestling 2: Collegefwork. POYIAELI., ANNE Ml, Tabor-'Honor Roll 3: Forum 4: ACS I: College. I'RACH1'.-XBMOH, PRAMOTE Pipatana School. Thai- landfCollege. Seniors 211 l Louie, Elaine .ff M. V X Q, LllFk.I.treY - I ' Pia-, N H if W ,ie I Lynn. Robert 3 , , , -- V " 3 :Q : '.,. lNIeElhaney. Nztney gf! 4' ' '- L 'L P 'P ii , Miller, Steve K I f 'iy' 5 A i , , 1 - " Mosbrueker. Dehrali A i , X' . V fix 5 K if K A A 2 f' Oclhert, Nuneie Q.: Q 5 f,' ii ii , I . Patterson. Diana Q Q K ' y ' - ' V Payne, Alvin is D, 2' ' I N A . Primmer. Dan i I id 4 . , ' 2 ii , f 1 4 R- ' Ruuelienstein. Mareia - ' A , P' Q' Li'-..f.-. 1 Y A 2 , Revermnn. Chris " I ' ii' ' , E f .1 . ' ,I A Q Ryan, Theresa K -,ik, H I I I If 1 ...fl A - Salteki. Yosliiko , . . Selineider. Julie 1 : l , f Bi' , Vifl N ' SesslPl'.Irlg1riCI 15. ki' K I ', ,' ' I , .. ,, J: t Ti 'eten. Carla J 1 V' I -. - ' 'Q ' ' iffy' . Q- f Wliiteliead.Ce:-ilirt 4 5 N - V, - , ,gn 5 . Wiekllam. Sandra E 'iii f ' fl 'Sf ' ii . .A ' K' "i' ' ,gl 5 a off Ram-ed i t 1 . f L e i.- . s f 2 , -S 1 1, k.i 1 , A .K N M Q ., dy H.. S., . gum! ,g,, A ,Nl 1 " 2 2- I .mn . .5 at a' .4 to . t S ' M b f HS l t l PRIESTLEY, MIKE Vlootlstoek - Cross Country I: Track I: Ecology Club: College. PRINIER, DANIEL Whitman-Honrvr Roll I,2,3: NHS 3,4: NFL: College. JOHNSON. MARILYN Kellogg-Wcirk. PURPURA, TERESA Creston-Forum 2,3: Pub. Chrm. 4: AGS 2,3,4: SC Rep. l,2: Drama Pub. 2,33 College. RAGNONE, ROGER RichmontlfAFM l,2: SC Rep. I,2: Drama Stage Crew: Wlork-armetl services. RAKER, LORI Atkinson-Forum 2,3,-4: AFS I: SC Rep. 2,3: POST 3: College-work. RALL, GEORGENE Lewis-Thcspians: Drama Pub. 3: College-work. RASINIUSSEN, DARIYIN Burley .lunior High, Burley. Ielaho-Honor Roll I,45 Forum 2,3.4: NIIS 2: Sgt.-ab arms 3: AFM V.-Pres 3: Car. Conf. Ch. l,3: Ir. Prom: Letterman V.-Pres.: Football l,2,3,4: Trark I: Wrest. l,2,3,4: College. RATHKEY, GARY Arleta-AFM: Football 1: Work. RAYMOND, GAYLE Atkinson-Sr. Movie Comm. AGS l,2,3: Ecology Club: College. RECTOR, JOANN Marshfield. REESE. IOELLEN Arletaiwork. REMME. ROXANNE Arleta-work. RETTINGER, MARILYN Kellogg-Honor Roll 3: Forum 3: College. REYERMAN, CHRIS St. Ignatiusillonor Roll l,25 Forum 3.4: NHS 354: Lambda Gamma V.-Pres.: Letter- man: Swimming l,2,4g College. RICE. RICHARD Joseph Lane-College. RICHARDSON, ROBIN Creston-Forum 3: SC Rep. I: ART STAFF 45 POST 3: Work. 212 Seniors ROBERTI, MARLENE Our Latly of Sorrows-Honor Roll 4: Forum 2,4: AGS Pres., Treasurer: Assembly Comm. Ser.: AGS I,2: SC Rep. 2,3: Plays 2,3: College. ROBINSON, ELAINE .loseph LaneiAGS I,2: W'ork. ROBINSON, PAULA Riehmontl-Track I5 Work. RODD, KEN Rirhmontl-Baseball l,2,3,4: Basketball I: Bowling 2.3,4: College-work. ROSS. WENDY-Honor Roll I: SC Rep. I: Work. ROTHERY. MARLA Certtraliu High, Centrnliu. Wash. -Honor Roll l,2,3,4: Pres. I5 ACS 3: SC Rep. 2: Homecoming 15 Christmas Court I: Track I: Iiuntl I,2,3: Plays I: College. ROYCE, JERRY Arlotn-Forum 3.45 Armed servns-s. ROYLANCE, DOUG Kellogg-SB Pres. 3: V.-Pres. 4: Stutlent Lounge Comm.: Elections Comm.: Jr. Prom Comm.: Treasurer 21 SC Rep. 2,3.4 Pres. Pro Tem. Jr. Prom King: Letterman: Cross Country lg Rally Squads 3,45 Plays 3: College. RUMBAUGH, GREG Atkinson-Baseball I: College. RUSSELL, GEORGE Benson-Cross Country I: College. RUSSELL, LEE Seasitle High, Seasitle, Orc,g Work. RYAN, MICHAEL Riehmontl-Honor Roll 4: FAC Ch.: AFM Pres. 4: Car. Conf. Ch. I: Wlrest. l,2: "A" Choir 2,3,4: Plays 2,45 Drama Pub. 2: Stage Crew 2. RYAN, THERESA St. Anthony'sHHonor Roll 2,3: Forum 3,4: NHS 3,4: AGS 3: POST 3,4: College. SADRING, DAVID Arleta-Armed Services. SAHEKI, YOSHIKO Atkinson-Honor Roll 2,3,4: Forum 2,3,4: NHS 3.4: Sgt.-at-arms I: Car. Conf. Ch. I,3: Sigma Pres.: Pleiatles: Band 2,3,4: College. SANDERS, TERESE--Sgt.-at-Arms 2: College-work. SANTANGELO, MIKE St. Ignatius-AFM 2: Key: Baseball I.2,3,4: Basketball I,2,3,4: Football l,2.3: College. SCHIBEL RICHARD Arleta-Pres. I: AFM I.2: Base- ball 2,3,4: Basketball I: Football I: College. SCHMIDT, LINDA St. Ignatiusf.-KGS: College. SCHNEIDER, Jl'I.ll'I Our Lady of Sorrows-Honor Roll I: Forum 4: NHS 3,4: College. SCHUTT, NOLA Creston7CoIlege. SCHREINER. KAREN A!kinsoniForum 4: ALMANAC 4: Bantl l,2,3,4: College. SCHUETTE, JIM Rirhmontl-Basketball 1,25 Drama Stage Crew 3: Vilurk, SCHULTZ, LINDA-Lewis-AGS I: "A" Choir 4: CirI's Choir 3: Plays 4: College. SCOPACASA, DEBBIE St, Ignatius-AGS 35 Quaker- ettes Sgt.-at-nrms:,FllIS See. K Treas.: College. SCOPACASA, DONNA St. Ignatius-AGS 2,35 SC Rep. I: Quakt-rettes 3: Pep 152: College. SCOTT, LINDA Portales High, Portales, New Mexiro- College. SCOTT, RITA Portales High. Portales, New Mexiro- College. SESSLER, INGRID Kellogg-Honor Roll ,2: Forum 2.3.4-: NHS 4: Sgtvat-arms 4: "A" Choir 4: Orches. I,2,4: Plays 45 Drama Pub. 4: College. SESSLER, LINDA Kellogg-SC Rep. I: Band 2,3: Work. SEYMORE. KENT Kellogg-AFM: Baseball 1,2: Bas- ketball l,2,3: Football 2: College. SHAFFER, MIKE Cre:-ton-Honor Roll 2: SC Rep. l: Football I: Wrest. l: College. SHARKEY, BILL YVoo4lstorkgHonor Roll 4: Rirest. 2,3.4: College. SHIELDS, JIM Granatla, Phoenix, Ariz.5 Honor Roll 2.45 Forum 4: Car. Conf. Ch. 3: Basketball I: Cross Country I: College. ORTS, BECKY Wloodstock-Forum 45 ACS 15 Col ge. ICKLER, MARILA Washington-AGS 15 ACS Yr. Rep. 5 SC Rep. 15 Cirl's Choir 1. IRIANNI, MARY Woodstock-College. lLANE, JUDY AtkinsonfHonor Roll 15 Forum: NHS llandyland Dance Comm. 25 Sec. 35 AGS 1,45 SC Rep ,2.35 Jr. Prom Court5 Golf 15 College. LOAN. LEROY Creston-Bowling Club 1,2.3.45 College. AMITH, KATHY Joseph Lane-College-work. SMITH, JOYCE Richmond-Tennis 15 Work. SMITH, PAUL Arleta-Honor Roll 45 Forum 45 College. SOOHOO, SHIRLEY Richmond-AGS I5 College. SPRINCCAY, DEBBIE Richmond-Swimming 15 Drama pub. 25 Work. STADY, PAM Kellogg5Houor Roll 15 Jr. Prom Comm.: Student Lounge Comm. Sec. 45 AGS 1,25 Car. Conf. Ch. 15 Pep 15 College. STEARNS, SHERRY Eastwood, Roseburg, Ore.-Work. STEELE, NANCIE Grant High-Girls' Choir 35 Wlork. STEFFAN, DEBBIE Arleta-Honor Roll5 Forum5 Bar ralaureale Rerep. Comm. Ch. 3: Ser. 3: ACS Yr. Rep. W ...aiu N4 ,,,,,,yM.., f 'Dave Burnell helps his "little brother," Craig Mullen. down the stairs. 35 SC Rep.5 TI1espians5 "A" Cboir5 Cirl's Choir5 Plays 35 Drama Pub. I5 College. STEPHENS, HOPE 'Meadowbrook High, Richmond. Va. -AGS 1,2 "A" Choir 35 Girl's Choir 25 Undecided. STEVENS, DEBBY Clackamas High, Milwaukie, Ore.- work. STEWART, SUSAN Vocational Village, Sgt-at-arms 25 SC Rep. 2,45 W'ork. STITH, DENNIS Arleta-Undecided. STODDARD, JEANNE Salem Ore.-Work, STROMBERG, ROBIN Atkinson-SC Rep. 1,25 College -work. SUPER, DEBBIE Atkinson-ACS 35 Letterman5 Swim- ming 1,2,3,45 "A" Choir 3,45 Girl's Choir 25 Harmon- etles 3,45 Plays 45 College. TANO, TERESA Richmond-AGS: SC Rep.: College. TAPPENBECK, TOM Kellogg-Baseball 3,45 College- work. TAYLOR, MARK Vlootlstork-Wrest. 1,25 work. TEPPER, SULINDA James Monroe-work. THARIO, SANDY Arleta-Honor Roll 15 Forum 2,3545 Candyland Dance Ch. Invit. 45 Elections Comm.: Student Lounge Comm.5 Sec. 45 ACS l,2,45 SC Rep. 3: Car. Conf. Ch. 35 Lambda Gamma5 Bowling: Hiking Club5 Rally Squads5 Football Hist.5 Vlrest. Pres.5 College. YVELLINGTON, JOANNE Atkinson-work. W'HITEHEAD, CECILIA Arleta-Honor Roll 1,35 For- um 45 NHS 45 Sr. Movie Comm. ACS 31 POST 45 Lambda Gamma Sgt-at-arms5 Quakerettes Treasurer5 College. W'ICKHAM, SANDI Atkinson-Honor Roll 1,25 Sgt-at- arms 35 ACS 15 SC Rep. 35 Car. Conf Ch. 15 POST 3,45 Russian Club Premier5 Harmonettes 253.45 College. WIKANDER, MARY Creston-Honor Roll 1,2,45 Forum 3.45 ACS 1,25 SC Rep. 1,25 Swimming 25 College. WIKANDER, MERILEE Creston-AGS 2: SC Rep. 1: Swimming 25 Cirl's Choir 25 College-work. WILLETT, STEVEN Wloodstock-work. WILLIAMS, COLENE La Salle, Milwaukie-work. WILLMAN, RICHARD Joseph Lane-Baseball 25 Bowl- ing 35 Work-National Guard. WILSON, TIM Joseph Lane-Wrest. 1,25 Work. WINEGARDEN, DONNA Arleta-Forum 3,45 Work. WINES, BARBARA David Douglas-Basketball 15 Vol- leyball 15 CirI's Choir 15 Work. WOLF, CLARK-Arleta--Cross Country 25 Swimming 15 Track 1,25 College. V'OLFF, RICHARD St. Ignatius-Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 Forum 2.3.45 NHS 2,3,45 Pres.5 AFM 3: Car. Conf. Ch. 35 Friars Treas.5 College. WIORTHINGTON, SEIETTA Wash.-work. W'U, LAURENCE Hong Kong-College. YOUNG, LINDA Creston-ART STAFF 45 College- work. ZACHARIAS, BONNIE JEAN Gresham High, Gresham, Ore-SC Sec. 45 NFL 35 "A" Choir 45 Girl's Choir 35 Play 45 College-work. ZALESKI, KAREN Richmond-Pep Treas.5 College. ZEIGLER, KURT Lewis-College. ZILK, JEFF W'oodstock-Forum 3,45 NHS 35 Car. Conf. Ch. 15 Basketball 1,25 Cross Country 1,25 Track 1,25 College-work. Seniors 213 A if 1 ff Q-a .Qi ,. 1 0' a- V87 214 Juniors e W 1 gk :ffl , if Sl .454 'AQ --A uniors nitiate hanges The world outside of the school with its activities is moving ahead. One of the goals of the Fall Junior Cabinet was to keep up with this paee. Seeing things that needed to he changed, they at- tempted to aceoniplish those changes. The replacement of the Junior Prom hy an all-school semi-formal dance, the carrying-over of the President to the .succeeding eahinet as an advisor, and the initiation of a Christmas food drive were innovations. These may not he Continued in future years. but the Junior Class Caliinet took an opportunity to react to the diseon- tentmeut of many juniors with some traditions. The Fall Junior Class Cabinet tr-ied to help to luring student government to a more realistic level through their ae- tions. Currieuhun Council, a new addition to student hody government, consists of three inenihers from each class. Junior Council INElT'1l7PI'S are Dawn Gallentine, Mike Weiss. and Don Dilnoff. Sergeants-at-Arms: Sally Daniels, Maureen McFarlane. John George, Karen Santell, Sue Johnson, Don Caniparoli. Juniors 215 .-V ,f 216 Juniors ffii, W, .,,,f 1 """'i,,: M ' 2 WL! egg G. 2 Sergeants-at-Arms: Candy Klein, Christi Harris, Bernie Hawkins, Carolyn Heller. fN0t Picturedl: ,Beth Fischer, Sue Bell. Curriculum Council: Mike Weiss, Dawn Gallentine. fNot Picturedl: Don Dimoff. Juniors Alter Traditions "There are lots of things I can say as President of the Junior Classg but with- out unity and togetherness we cannot accomplish much. This is what I am working on first, both with my cabinet and the class as a whole. I want to keep the class informed." Guy Hill Junior Class President fspringl The new cabinet and old cabinet got together at the beginning of the spring term to discuss class activities. They decided to have one member of the out- going cabinet go to all the Spring Cab- inet's meetings to assist the new officers. The Junior Class decided to have a Spring Dance, which could be semi- formal or formal, instead of the tradi- tional Junior Prom. The Juniors worked hard on this project. Their efforts were headed by Karen Siegle. "The Junior Cabinet is an excellent cab- inetf' stated Mrs. Borchers. "They know what they want, and they do it." Juniors 2l7 Abraham, Diane Akins, Linda Alexander, Sherry Allaert, Martine Allen, Debbie Alley, Kim Anderson, Craig Anderson, David Austin, Mike Ayers, Frances Babnick, Catherine Baker, Bob Ball, Cliff Ball, Ray Bankston, Gary Barbour, Frank Barnard, April Barnard, Renee Battilega, Bruce Baur, Renee Baugher, Brad Baxter, David Baxter, Preston Beach, Anthony 218 Juniors ,,. . rv ' :iv H av-U1 S WM, I TT' JF .ga y ,., . f Li r we V, , . 3. f ,,, 'Q f Q 'F' ,K K , , ' Vt -'fb 1 Z X, -A vig ft .J 'E uf Q5 fd' I if ,Iv 'Q fm A nyc .""' 'W i -I I' 5 '-f 0, Q A, itsi ' A rl' .. , 3 so ly ' 'Q I Ba iisii i if A is Q B W Beggs, Sheila Bell, Kathi Bell, Margo Bell, Susan Belland, Larry Beltz, Ron Benson, Karen Bergstrom, Ron Bernard, Cyndi Bernard, Bill Bethune, Bob Biggs, Marci Blades, Lewis Blalock, Stewart Blanchard, Marla Bodeman, Doug Boileau, Skeeter Bolder, Sue Bonner, Tom Bonner, Waymon Bonne, Holly Boothby, Sharon Bork, Jon Bowen, Jim 52,4 , ., .,1.,.g, f g , gr ,Q s . . 1 if 5 3 . U' at uf , ,45- -AW' NA.. on ,. r sr , l 2 ' , Q 3 " f .az C .- i ' . 3 Q C s i , h Q V Vx : A X55 ,g fi sag A R. ' , 54458 'Q' , , U - . L i " ' F . B A 1 V' '1 .I J ' A X - , Clif Bowles, Cindy Bradt, Marcia Brasesco, Jim Braun, Bruce Bray, Debbie Bray, Beckie Brewer, Evelyn Bridges, Gary Briggs, Barbara Brinda, Merrily Britzius, Dan Brokaw, Mike Brooks, Brenda Broomfield, Dave Brown, Cindi Brown, John Brunelle, Kathy Brunelle, Kay Buchanan, Jeff Burchell, Annamarie Byerlee, Donna Cameron, James Camp, Gordon Caniparoli, Don Z Ga HV! S43 , A i.. 'fi i x , " 4 e J s. ' J A H l I Q lax 3 v .gi 1' ' l Capps, Ben Carlson, Rod Carnes, Nancy Carroll, Carole Carter, James Chapman, Sue Cheney, Sheryl Cherrett, Jackie Choi, Mary Christensen, Cathl Clark, Dale Clayville, Terry Dennis Gillies and Larry Ralphs defy the administration by burnmg their independent study cards. J umors 219 H f -QQ -may if M X -4 w i as N ,auf ft i A i 3' . ,r is S, , 5 ,-',.k A V it l ' ,Q ffi -Q 1 n o .-,Qin R -I '03 A 'w i 4 I 'fn vw' Q, ' ' fi , r ,n ,, f f- if .1 , fd J ku: I E, 5 ., f 49 " , ,1.,, , 220 .luniors Cloutier, Paul Cochell, Janie Cochran, Mic Cole, Debbie Coleman. Lurry Connelly, Rick Conner, Greg Cook, Beverly Coop, Kathy Cooper, Dave Corrigan, Shannon Cox, Debbie Cox, Jerry Cozzetto, Sue Crawford, Paul Crosby. Roxanne firms. Carolyn lfrowlbvr. Mike' Cnllison. Wanda Cnnningglmnr, Cin! Dznnivo. ffindy .xt i " nf , , J J 3- ,t f f, ,kj 1, , ' - 4 J ij f1.4 N 1i l l K ff? A 'ef' . ,X P 2 3 l 1. ' :. - xi ' ,L J 2 A ., A' is J V' ' I ff l ,g-- S l ' Qlb- Hi. -tw QL, . Ht .kgikyl kkkk f A X an J W, I ii fa gr H31 , v- E 4 1 iii A Ng ,Q L'i' ,.g-. K ,f'f, S 1 3 - 1 l-fb! A ' it E if ' . 3 -' Daniels, Sally Darlow, Brad Darnell, Ed Davenport, Laurie David, Jeryl Davis, Mike Daw, Mike Dawnes, Roger Dean, Mike DeFir, Janice DeM0or, Donna Denny, Karen Densmore, Richard Deranleau, Cynthia DeYoung, Lynn Dimoff, Don Dodd, Steve Dolan, John Donkin, Hal Donkin, Maralee Donnell, Oren Down, Karen Drake, Peggy Dudder, Connie I-55' iii K i i' i r '55 5 . -W 'gf me Q i D ji "i' T E' .. Q i " , iyrr 1 . X X . . ww : ' k : ' I V in fi? l ' wa- .ns-X' f , . J Q, , JE .,,. 5. , yir.i s 1 Q Us it 'E 4-1 ' M sr l as-L 4 'K ,J 1 'ha fi' . .J A 'I. X. yi ' x ai 3' 4 , NK , x as as am.. N I- Af- fs, 'K -'Q-v-. ' N 'Hi' if f f ,QQ Y '55 A Q mv? 5 , li. uv' , , gf Q., up el, ,L Duddington, Walt Dudek, Debie Duggan, Gaylene Duncan, Rod Earl, Bob Eaton, Virginia Elmer, Joe Edgell, Susan Eichhorn, Joe Eisal, Keith Ellis, Bruce Ellis, Don Elmore, Rob Elston, Janine Engstrom, Penny Erickson, Dickilee Ernshaw, Darryl Estrada, Lydda Estrada, Mary Everhf-art, Vickie Farah, David Juniors 221 F azzolari, Sue Fenton, Cyndy Fischer, Beth Flach, Graig Forsyth, Bob Fossati, Janice Fosterman, Carolyn Fouts, Shirley Fox. Barbara Fox, Russell Frie, Kellie Fry, Betti Fujino, Marc Gabner, Lowell Gallagher, Dan Gallentine, Dawn Gallucci, Gary Gallucci, Peter Garrett, Bob Garrett, Larry Garvin, Patty Geil, Paul Gemma, Linda Gentry, Kathy 222 Juniors ., rf , , . ,J 1- M A, ,A , e' 'J M if in L W t J if P 'i l i Qrrz siaa 2 L I N, ..,, f, I 1 iff ' z' , N 3, A . -t .. , -A -"a G 1 2 ,J . ...,, A af J J it siirf it "'t 5. ' I i , 1 , 15 if ,-' . iii 'L 0 Q ., I A ii Ai in in George, John Geren, Nancy Gibson, Laurie Gin, Debbie Gillies, Dennis Giusti, Mike Gniewosz, Chris Goodale, Bill Goodall, Allan Gordon, Debbie Grace, Debbie Grant, Gary Grant, Shawna Grimm, Mike Gruner, Mark Haak, Donna Hackathorn, Sylvia Hackett, Mollie Hafner, John Hall, Mike Hamman, Cheryl Hamman, Keith Hampen, Elaine Hampton, Jackie ag , ., 'J "" v ,gi inr, 1 J A' 4 .v ' " I J, E if l K ' ,Jr-f 5 ur +2 B-9 . L ff gigs - j ki x W? if .. g. 2' 1 , Sa, ' x 5 B ii I ,ar v r JO X V- ...? 1 .ai 4 .X Mike Crothers rehearses for 'Brigadoonf P M , , -M P r l P r FQ' I Hampton, Lynda Handsaker, Gary Hansen, Chris Hansen, Keith Harding, Janice Harding, Ian Harmon, Mona Harris, Christi Hartzell, Brenda Hauge, Linda Hauskins, Peggy Hawkins, Dave Head, David Heller, Carolyn Heller, Mike Helquist, Dave Henderson, Pat Henninger, Paul Hess, G a ry Hill, Ed Hill, Guy Hill, Mark Hill, Melissa Hawkins, Bernie Juniors 223 Hodges, Daniel Hodson, Patti Hodson, Terrie Hofstetter, Louann Holbrook, Mike Holden, Delores Holder, Carl Holmes, Pat Holstrom, Carol Hopkins, Dave Howard, Dave Hnward, Guy Hudson, Dave Hui, Kai Fa I-luke, Joni Humbird, June Hunnel, Gary Hunter, George Iammatteo, Bill Idol, Doug Ikeda, Ken Inslee, Gordon lrinaga, Patti lson, Susan 224 J uniors -,.,,. . its ,,,,i , lg g V ,,, I ,H , , ,,, y J g J so 'i r r - ,',. lnu i ' r l I ,,,,,, i y " I .Y,v li A ' ,J is trie ' ' J H tilf . y A f A' Va ,,,, 1,67 aff fig 3, I, J. - f igs ee' f rr L, b r fl ? ,J y A I io ,li ,J 12 in A ' 4 I Q it ,,,. , EE, V '.', 'J ,Q f J Q .wr 5, ,XA me 1 . , L iyk ,f,, k -512 A , ? ltami, Marilyn Jacobson, Curtis Jacoby, Jack Jahn, Scot Jelineo, Vinre Jensen, Terrie Jenson, Ken Johnson, Debbie Johnson, Don Johnson, Leslie Johnson, Linda Johnson, Phillip Johnson, Russell Johnson, Sandi Johnson, Sue Johnstone, Terri Jolley, Gayle Jones, John Jones, Rick Kangiser, Doroth Kasch. Denise Kay, Trudy Kelly, Rick Y 4 fied . ' W" if ,ga ,mil all-X 4, 3 497 H 5 7 Zi In Ig 2,1 X - :I -ua-, if Q55 '45, V, Q' y J 1 ,.,, L J - y r .,,:r,,,,. Mp- rm ,ir.,,,, ii ,, if J sf filfi Q. 3 wh 7 M V r , 9 0 A f?', A , t s 9 , V 1 Kent, Mark . New 'P 5 an '43 in ' M A ' 'AJ ' , ' 1' ' M QW . - 'fl J ,,,, - i VV 'M' J , ,J ,,, i i' ,, i + on Sr,-w fn. ff I ii -af ,, L ,ttt i if ii , - K ga. v ' ll f C3 . if VU I -VL r fi . Nga R r s , I ' F Q fx rv W, ' . F, ni v A , N 'lf L Q yogi KX r l 'isnt Kidd, Bob Klein, Candy Klein, Cindy Kletzel, Lynn Kloosterman, Hans Knox, Joe Konell, Jack Kortstra, .lane Krueger, Dianne Krueger, Janict Lahn, Patty Lake, Rick Larson, Debbi Larson. Mike Leben, Karen Lee. Reynold Leonelti, Steve Lester. Tom Lewis, Darrell Linton, Diana Long, Tom Loprinzi, Rhonda Lorentzen. Steve Louie, Pam Love, Linda Lukich, Don Lundquist, Linda 7. wi "q411,4i3? ' Luthy, Chunk Madsen. .ludy Main. Bill WQ Mulsf-y. Tami Muplvs, Ron Mark, Connie Martin. Vonda lNIC'C3I1llHOIl, Kirk Mcflarislaml. Kathy Junior, Craig Flash, honors matron, Mrs. Cory Belleque, with corsage on her birthday, "Cory Day" of Junior Week. Juniors 225 ,sm i 3 r 4 ,A 19' A Q, 1 E' 45 c gg Pl , ,Q 1 Ml XXX K ii -- vet .Q.' f, if W A ,, Ak. l 'L 6 r 1 .,.' w e n s " 4 A 4: v - ' : ii lil f knight Xi., A y cyyyy V ' 1 gy .:, W A' c 4, 11 N., 226 Juniors Mcfjlunc, Christine McClintock, Robin McDermott, Nancy McFarlane, Maureen McNerney, Patti Mealey, Randy Mclchcr, Vicky Mr-ucci, JoAnn Miller, Dave Mille-r, Helen Miller, Terry Miller, Vicki Millctt, Cary Millhollin, Vicki Mills. Linda Minnice, Carroll Moflitt, Chris Monaco, Dean Moorc, Jalnes Morgan, Cary Morgan, Carry Cathy Gentry helps the janitor , J X ,, . .,.. -Wg Q ' -or "N . .-444' A :Q cu 3 ,,., 4 ,E ,iw wr? ww, - - - e- , owxafmf' M .- , R' :Q .gfmfllf W' lin ' 5 1 QU sad I. li r ff VXEL 1 ' I , UF A 43 .el fl: F x - if 52 A ,x fi nfl 5 V W ff' 2' rv x' ' . 'fel H ., 9k Q ? fs-- ir if We S re gi 3 9 Ii 'wr mf 4' ,Sr 5 ex s JW .50 r 1 Mullins, Bob Munkers, Darla Murphy, Jill Murray, Linda Nelson, Cay Nelson, Carolyn Nemgar, Janet Neyman, Eldon Ng, Henry Nichols, Burt Niemetschek, Mirta Noble, Clinda Noble, Clinda Nonno, Steve Nord, Tim Norvn. Nancy Nndelmnn, Randy O'BriPn, Bonnie Oion, Bob Olney, Dale Olsen, Connie Ooley. Gary Oreste, Joette Otnes, Steve ,. .. A "' f, .Q O' ' yo 2 Qi ,r f .uuo ie .72 "l ,Q Q 1 J '74 ' K ' Q' fi J , I ' we , jf we N . , r ,r gl A lv-fu . ix jf' X ,Zi fb 'os Q Ms WW 'Unk I '92 is SSH A ii? ix il ' , ,642 .fa x if ' r i if J if fl ' 9 ,O All ,J J l 3 ' J X royr Otnes, Sui' On, Stan Oxford, llehhie Palandri, Judy Palin, Warren Palnwr, Mark Parker. Linda Parks, Roxann Parrott, Cindy Peck, Judy l'e-Ck. Lori P1-linka, Daw l'u-nr'e'. llvlmlvie' Pe-rkins, Wayne Pvrlns, lflory llolvrs, Burlmrn l,0l1'l'S0l'l, Roger l'c'tr0n6, Rolmvrl Pelle-ngill, Sne- Phillips, Arlene Phillips, Les Juniors 227 Pierce, Mark Ponder, Victoria Porter, Pam Postlewaite, Ann Primiano, MaryAnn Proffitt, Debbie Putman, Bob Raglione, Marianne Rail, Ginger Ralphs, Larry Ramsey, Tom Randall, Donald Rasey, Gayle Rasmussen, Penny Rasmussen, Rhonda Rasmussen, Rick Raynor, Cindy Redfern. Craig Reed, Dave Reed, Janice Reed, Paula Rehder, Doug: Reverrnan, Lynn Riegelhulh, Randy 228 Juniors W1 'SO' id' J fe H i X , .,,, ,CX J ff 2 , if Nusa J 'st W if-L ,QQ ,ng C yr . n i 'TM' A iN 41' Q f 151' is ..,..n ww: fm. ,Y J l lb I I . we 3 +G if H ,fi 'EP f an t f 'E ...:t, if A ,,. lvl K is Mx' in 9-'in ' 'S fix X 4-5 r l 23? 492, aa 5 1 5 'Q Rlehl Barbara Ritchey Carl Roach Bill Robedeau Terri Robert., Toni Robin. on Cheryl Rodd, Rick Rodman, Jack Rostig, Christiane Rubin, Janice Rueck, Sheryl Rumbaugh, Scott Ryan, Maureen Ryan, Patty Samuelson, Delbert Sanders, Sam Sandvigen, Mark Sanseri, Judy Santangelo, Mark Satriano, John Savory, Debbie Sclleese, Cathy Sc-heese, Don Schiele, Ron if S 3 3 J Q , .., C C Y i g r trra ,. 'gag ,L .. ami ff ilf "ii iz , 1., fn' ri J il N A I li Q' 'Pa g ' 2 .C - r A X 1 2 Q, . . , 5, ,,,L , .E .Ii Vt.: i it 'N' y , y My QI. .r . Ap. In Q.. C ' E ' , A A 3 A 1 . ,al , K I . Q J ' f X ,. N C , i i A -aa A E it ' I ' r 5. '- mm S it as f 'L S, Awe- 'Z ak- A- . rl fs, fs l' Q 'Ma as IL, 1 Q , P at ,ww Schild, Melinda Schmitz, Pam Schneider, Nancy Schouten, Baska Schuler, Pam Schulze, Don Schwahn, Trudy Seeley, Cathy Shipley, Frank Shipley, Gary Shoemaker, Margaret Siegle, Karen Skoro, Slavo Smead, Linda Smeraglio, George Smith, Gary Smith, Suzy Snyder, Dennis Sparks, Sheryll Speciale, ,ludy Spurlock, Leigh Squires, Sharman Slang, Bob Stark, Ben we Be, Q sf N' H- .1 . , S 1 " ,,...-, . Q , t . . , . S eee, 1 K l ., f.. , , i , 1 ,an ,- Y 1- f ma: ,.' M fi 1 f P' -. .5i7QZ'Q',5..,,zl1,1.i . - , so " is 1,9 .M M, ff' , Q, A 3' 1 ' Steltz, Dennis Stenson, Rudy Stockton, Cal Stokes, Sharon Stone, Alethea Stone, Dorothy Stromherg, Mark Stucki, Cindy Sudlow, Patty Svoboda, Ann Swain, Carrie Swan, Penny Laurie Gibson and Dolores Wall chat between classes. Juniors 229 Swanson, Sharon Sweeney, Nancy Sweet, .lohn Tabler, Ivan Taylor, Anne Taylor, Bill Thacker, Mary Thomas, Terry Tilden, Marleen Tilton, Brent Timmings, Linda Tinker, Betsy Todd, Teresa Tolonen, Rick Tooley, Mary Trappe, Linda Treibel, Sharon Trimm, Dave Trimm, Dennis Trueb, Taffy Urbach, Lynette Valdes, Irmina Van Arsdall, Eda Van Ortwick, Dale 230 Juniors , or QF K -:Q ,,, .xi an , Q Q ,,,.i ,af it e Q l as 3 ree r A 'LW of Q . Q aafr i -"' ' ' T , 8 . i M vi K g x, i 40' 4 "'- 1 i Q iisf!-1 relt y , riira i I 1 W B V fi-j i eee ,. .,.: , N IYA kkv VV.,V h 9 5 5, 1 j tw? i Van Steenwyk, Debbie Veenhuizen, Carolyn Ver Meer, Doug Vinciguerra, Victor Volk, Betsy Wagman, Lori Walker, Mindy Wall, Dolores Walters, Henry Walz, Debbie Ward, Ellen Wfarner, Geraldine Warner, Paul YVarren, Darwin Waterhouse, Rolland Watts, Bill Weiss, Mike Wellington, Judy West, Karen Westom, Benjamin Wiggins, Don Williams, Jenni Willis, George Willman, Barbara Q. we N ug-in , fr, I r Q , , j, , in , wt. r "' t W ,f , ..,.., . ,, f - ,- I ii .1 if .r ,file -,,i it . "r' we y Q .fl i 7 K Yr M L . if '51 or F iyfr .f iw, -if f. 3 f we NS?-K W-.fp 1' ' Gig ,r .,., J or? ,SQ ' QI ' 1, at trr i tlz r rree it 5 ,tr iiiiiii i' ie e o , rife ? t x-. Q. :zz m li al' f Nick Giannone helps Teresa Todd with a difficult problem. Also pic- tured: Marc Fujino, Gary Kelley, and Chris Ball. 7 l Cindy Bowles models latest in tie-dyed dresses. r rrr ii L V ' T 1,1 if , . J ,. x, 5 A Y 1 , Q K f .Q , 5 H , ,i4l,f., , eifr W .- Ali , Ag f it ya wi Vs sis A: Jiffy 5 rele so 1 Z .. , .3 ir if!! I g f ' ii r, -f" ,. QF , .f'1' , ., , X ' b y .e V.. LAW , ,Z, 5 , JV i in in ,i 2 . i 'Q' v i K K ' "'l I ile, i 4. ,f 'E 5 I if .., W f ,- 515' 1 , . ,W I A I Wilson, George Wilson, Marc' Wilson, Rod WineskBill Wirljes, Donna Wiseman, Doug Wohlers, Nancy Wolfer, Kurt Wvong. Denise Woodard, Gene Woodhouse, Rosemary Woody, Britt YVortl1ingt0n, Don Worthington, Jim Wrakestraw, Mike Wynkoop, Rick Yuzzolino, Mary Youngdvll. Karan Zudan. George Zeal, Lori Zimmerman, Teri Juniors 231 A 15 ,lJ,- mth? I' um , W 1 iff S ,V izvfb' z' fag? ' , ?' A I 4' Me- v W ,J ' Aw Y ling. A iv ,,, -.,V,', ,ff . f my ,' , AV. 'ff nv- ' 7 JJ, N, ,. f A , if . Qavm . ff , 232 Sophomores 5, !f f f W W K,,,,,,, . , ,,., ,, -I , ' ' ffww W ' L Ng., f ,mf ., ay-'ff ' W ..., I V ,Wg SXOPHOMORES: FALL tOFFr Cn Rs President-Fred Rodd A Vice President-Carrie B01'gstl'0'fYfm' Secretary-Gayle Grunt A f Treasurer4StevP Stone 'Publicity Chairman'-Linda Sanders " iw 5,7 MW ' 'Nag M V '-M ' 'V K K k " ., Lgmv N 1 A ff H1 my-+1 , I-IWM I kV,,. , kg It .,f . 'W K-'1g.s.,,M, , t '. Y, 41' ,,... W1zg.wa'W A " J H K t, ' ,,.,, K fvjzc fn! . ,W KM. . 1 Zn ,fry Fall Sergeants-at-Arms: iSeatedD: Deanne Dimofi. fStandingJ: Jeff Parker, Melvin Huie, Cheryl lnahara, Dennis Giena, Gail Martin. Fall Curriculum Council: CTop to bottoml: Melissa Jarvis, Nancy Baker, Geri Wilson, The Sun Shines n Sophomores Since the Sophomore class was low on funds, their main objective was to in- crease their treasury to a more stable amount. Sophomore class week was the largest money-making project. Others included the traditional car washes and bake sales. Spirited Sophomores wore royal blue ribbons throughout their week proclaim- ing: "The sun shines on usf' Signs displaying this fact were placed in stra- tegic places in the hall where the sun shines for the major part of the day. Unusually good weather made it a.r1 appropriate theme. The most important achievement was the writing of the class constitution. Carrie Bergstrom, Carol Knutsen, and Bob Pearson were leaders in this project. Sophornores 233 2 V X , ophomores Stress Unit "Our Spring Cabinet is really great. Our cabinet is working together with the class to promote spirit, and to get our class interested in all activities. Class unity and organization are two of the things that make a great class, and I will lry to accomplish these things." Carrie Bergstrom Sophomore Class President fSpringl Sophomore Week was held March 15 through 19. Such activities as "Pigtail and Tennis Shoes Dayv and "Think Green Day" for St. Patrick's Day bright- ened the week. It was highlighted by a three hour dance on Friday, for which OKRA played. 'gf l 'x at ENJIS Sf-rgeunts-at-Arms: Ron Palmer, Tom Fluharty, Sandi Dickenson, Carol Knutson, Penney Peloquinn, Lesley Miner, Evonne Steele. Sophomores 235 , --yz , ,V I f-,, , ff' ii , - Ll an it I V' " , A h "" A 7 74 1 A . A'z A J ,, ,l 'gig' eq LV WI ii Q4 ,,k ggo el Aeeel ' J A rtte r J A 5 .V 'az :VV ,vii gig r,, 'z" ia,Q?E r h ' ,Ti f ' I x 23,5 f .5 3 , lg l X 7 ,1 K ' 3 wi' H Q , K if " 2 4 .f, ,f V ,, 236 Sophomores Q F ! iv' 4 i Q ga, gi, WJ ,, , Y ' 1-yy, X, !-- , Adams, Lucille Aguridas, James Aho, Kathy Alfsen, Jacque Allen, Barbara Amato, Craig Androschuk, Cordon Armstrong, Elizabeth Arthur, Ricky Babikoif, Clarisse Backstrom, Cynthia Baker, Nancy Balfour, Donald Barbour, Tracy Barnard, Jesse Barnum, Patrice Barrett, Shirley Beal, Charlie Belmore, Curtis Bentley, Diane Bentz, Randall Bergstrom, Carrie Bernunzio, John Bernunzio, Paul Bethune, Ben Billingsley, Barbara Bishop, Randy Blackford, Johna Blades, Patricia Blair, John Blair, Terry Blankenship, Debbie Blumenschein, Debbie Boetger, Michael Bork, Steven Botkin, Bruce Bowen, Michael Bowen, Pamela Bowles, Arlene Bowles, David Bowman, Vyretta Brandt, Joan Breniser, Patricia Brenton, Rex Bresner, Anita Brewer, Patricia Bridges, Barbara Brisbee, Donna fd A .1 A ' 'U , v jj, . ,,,, -vl I in ..,,, , -,NM K M , in , Qfwa Ji, .2 ff -P1 a 11 gl Q 1 M, A , .i J rw 1 Kienecker and Greg Fujino find amusement in daily work. - "fig " ., i :G if , A , W, .Aiwa riff' 2 If 7 C t r J u 'u' ..f5 5 5,1 X kg! , .JL . 2? iii? .3 rf, ,f ' 'JCE r, 3 Brouillette, Mike 'Brown, Dan Brown, Ken Brown Bev in g, Burgard, Sheila Burgard, Tim Burrow, Ron Callaghan, ,lean Canham, Chow, Ka.en Lynn Caputo, Christensen, Michael Sheri Carrara, Cieloha, Denise Randy Carter, Clark, Sam Gregory f i v : f ...rf VV,,: it ,gg ' 1y, v. I V P i J I.- f' f ,i K Y f -mah li' .gr x . . I Il.. jg! qu e , rlri.. 5 M l W l Clark, Clevenger, Coleman, Cooper, James Larry David Ted Clark, Clow, Colvin, Coughlin, Jeff Eileen Shirley Steven Claypool, Clunas, Connors, Cozzetto, Debra Carmen Dale Connie Clayson, Coe, Constantin, Creel, Daniel John Chuck Jim Crisanaz, Allen Cuddy, Patricia Cullison, Carol Cunningham, Dawn Custer, Leonard Dambrosia, Julie Drake, Linda Darlow, Gregory Sophomores 237 ,,,,, 1 l , 'W '7 f je ,jlfffi f1 Q l 'CV f. , , ' fm" 5 ' X wr 1' x ' ,wt f ::5. QIXA fe ' Q A E A W A e t : , .E . ,. J. , eg-s ' f t ww 3 ' l if ,te t 3,15 M in , f Q K at r C B ,Y lk '11 35 iff H ff' , We 1,5 e t r A gala h W il ' . 4- X' . .N Qi? .za .. , V - Lf in 'L 238 Sophomores Davenport, Paul Davis, Charles Davis, Pam Davis, Ray Dean, Gary Dedmore, Dan Deems, Greg Demuth, Cindy Derby, Heather Deters, Bruce Dezell, Bill Dickinson, Sandy Dickson, Shannon Diloreto, Chris Dimoff, Deanne Donaldson, Carol Dryden, Carol Dryden, Roger Duclos, ,loann Dunford. Marilyn Durbin, Becky Duxbury, Ken Eastlund, Paul lidington, Theola Ellibee, Juanita limra, Bill Entwisle, Ronald lfrdmann, Dorothea Erir-kson, Charlene liudy, Patsy Ewing, Jim Fancher, Rusty Farley, Nancy Farrell, Shawn Flach, Karyn Fluharty, Thomas Ford, Randolph Ford, Steven Foster, Tim Frison, Deborah Fu jino, Greg Fuller, Cynthia Galbraith, Mary Gallagher, David Gano, Nancy Gardipe, Joe Garner, Dwayne Garrett, Steve of 1 .ut ,P s to ll x v-. . .5 , fl' A f .fl v ' ' P' My , I ,i f ll fi swell - V WM . A gf, Q, 5, if to t af X... i 59 ' 3. i 'Yt X llllill E., 7 - A 4 -,.,- - X P' , S Hg f U ., ,X U ""' 13. ' , . 'M li r A ., -, bg- 1 .fr X fa i fi' .1 ' wg 10 435 -w, 9 .,,.:,f ,A f , ,W-sem. ,Q ,Q . r' ,, ,'4' r Y. 15 if rwf i J, ,rf is 'V Garrido, Cibben, Nelson Bob Garrison, Gilpin, Dale Cindy Ceren, Giroux, Peggy Yvonne Ciannone, Giunla, Paul John 1- I b rits , Q L ,f Glover, Jeff Coldsby, Marlund Coorlwin, Mivhel C-rant. Gayle Gribliie. Shirley Griggs, ,lorjezm Grimaldi, Steven Crimes, .lefl Groh, Xvarren GlllClPTlZOIlf, Larry Curnbvrt, Richard Gunter, Donna J , 11, 2 M, , 4 .6 W W' , of me ,F if . I ,jug ., ,VIKKV M ,. 2 H ,A ti , it ' t 5? SV 'D rl o A 4, f if f: - ' H i -, I ,V i E . , H i n , Curwell, Haddock, Hampton, Halltlsff-ld, Head, Barbara George Rick ANI? lflaine C,ut5Ch0w7 Hall, Harris, HHl:SCl1, Hebner, Tim Robert Patricia INHHCY Tim Ciiya Hall, Harrison, HHVCTI, Helus, Becky Steven Sue Gfeil. Paul Ct,-illjan, Halvorson, Hauge, HHYZICIYI Hendren, Vicki Greg Alfred CYHIIUH Michele Pam Davis, Carmen Clunas, a friend, and Debbie Lentz sit on the hill while waiting for the dance to start. Sophomores 239 Heather Derby, Debbie Rask, and Cheryl Inahara enjoy the student lounge. ,Z J e yyy 1 , f , HW 1 ,M i ' J J f i ar e , - -W ee -615 ,, , I 5 ,A,V, 1 .. w at ' :'. ll fs ,A 11, M .,4 ri H y ,y ..1 V , 1, ,,,,, , , , Q , J' J Wk I I ,av t -' 5 ' ' . ' kW,,,A Q ' '11 T' Q 1 495 LM Henick, Teri Henry, Steve Henry, Vanora Herrmann, Lisa Sophomores Hilderbrand, Terry Hiller, Mark Hinkle, Daniel Hogan, Tom Horton, Kathyrne Howell, Rozanne Huddleston, Lester Hughes, J oy Huie, Melvin Hunter, Flossie Huss, Pamela lnahara, Cheryl Ingham, Becky Jackson, Stuart Jacoby, Kenya Jarvis, Melissa Jarvis, Lynn Jensin, Patty Jenson, Ceniel Jenson, Kayleen I V469 - 'J3' . 'Yi' -f 2 Q 1 s if f . i s e .f 1 g 1 1 , , 7,2 ig, IQ, . M , r,,, Q - E A -r'- 2. 'i ' J ,.,,, 1 ,, kkly il I ' AA ' fe g,,jz,,,,:Mvk ,Ei KVVV 5 1, , i ., . .A ., .1 I , A V WZ' 'X ,351 M J V V o y W , .R J, J M ii ys , , ff vvryl by ' Q' Z V ' ,. ' x x ..-.L , ,. li I I t - X eee J V 4, A W rv ,Z x W, A, , L ' ,WV A Y Q ,film V ' 3:34 . 4 f f J J ' ,ff 4+ 52' ' x . . ' kx z l ,1 46 H V, ,Wu ,1 L1 A ' 'lil I fri? H 'J ffl "1 , , We ,, 'F .' , ff ' . . f '1 l , , A f 19. 5. 'W Jenson, Johnson, Jones, W-, iflordan, Tim Steve Andrea., " ' Tom Johnson, Johnson, Jones, Jung, David Vickie Floy Doris Johnson Johnston, Jones, Jung, Jet Eric Mark Richard Johnson, Jolley, Jones, Junker, Sam Sandi Melvin Mark NPN A .QQ -'sir ,., ,,,. 5, N.: . e if f ,H If 5 M if F ., E o w f' f, A 'f rf 'X 1' ' . '. '-. . ' 3 ' S rors e . K Q :ZV f ' jf ' " 49 ae r - ,li '-1?, 3 p ,L , , , ' 'K if m k an W-ws? Kaipola, Helena Kappelman, Dayle Karrer, Chris Kays, Robert Kehdi, Steven Kelley, Gary Kelso, Darcy Kerth, Mark Keyes, Fred Kirchem, Gail Kirkpatrick, Daniel Klenke, Deborah Knapp, Georgia Knight, Raymond Knutson, Carol Kraus, Carolyn Krettler, Larry Kruse, Janice Kubli, Cheryl Kuhn, Royeta Laible, Earl Lamb, Bob Landers, Mario Lapp, Beverly 4. Lawrence, Dawn Lawwill, Gary Leben, Steve Ledger, James Lee, Harold Lentz, Debbie Leonetti, Tom Lester, Tim Letcher, Rolland Lewallen, Carrie Lewis, Cindy Lewis, ,lim Liavaris, Sophia Litlell, Debra Little, Sharon Locke, Jan Lohmeier, Rebecca Lomax, Tom Long, Michele Loomis, Mary Lorenzen, David Louie, Janet Louie, Shelton Lovegrove, Mark 1? 4 We 4. 9,1-.L , 15. 'A QNX... .-af v ,f Q 5 . S? L ,sr , . iii A-2 " f- 9, . gf 9 K X 2 ' 'ifi "2f' ii . :,,.,, hx L- Pk .Q , , . ,,- I is 4- T it New , - f,,.ii I ff 5 we .11,.. ., ,e i ', K a '1,- j j A x wx If ,ab , J" ,pal nl' .-iii:-p....,. a a Sophomores 241 ag, ., K: f M Lovlien, Tom Lowry, Mark Lowther, Louise Lukich, Peter Lund, Ann Lunclquist, Gordon Lyseng, David Mnrzintosh, Bruce Madsen, Curtis Magel, Jeff Mahoney, Debbie Mammen, Alice 242 Sophomores Susie Soohoo, Annette Snider, Bev Browning, Linda Struble, Ron Vlelmeltl Terri Schrlmn and frlends look at the new Sophomore class card. 33. "" af .- ,, L t,,ee , if F X HS , x 3 if I 166 QM " Ni ,i .L E , ' 23 4 Manolis, Susan Martin, Dale Martin, Gail Martin, Mike Martin, Rick Mattson, Bob Mayberry, Rick McCartney, Randy McCoy, Roy McCreary, Debbie McDermott, Pat McDonald, Dan e J e V i c ef' y t Vyhz 'PVA 'if P lf! .-ye 411, W' ,B e I E M f 1 A I ,J Ha ri 'L' an 'dl' di fi fgf i, 5 I' nf .3 4 t 4 , , ' K .H McDonald, Larry McDonough, Steve McFarland, Robert Q McFarlane, Dan McGuire, Becky McKean, Cora McKee, Deborah McLellarn, Rosemary McMahon, James McNerney, Mike McNew, Peggy Melton, Dale foe ofr y 7 Murphy, Kevin Myers, Jim Meyer, Don Meyer. Susan Michaels, Karen 1 1 . ,,,, b -Q X ,,A y m . I .,r v ' Q " A A V " -1 0 rrii , e J n HZ", ,, ,11,ii ff ,, if 'E i l Q M 4' x Q' li eg .:1. A V. AVVV ,:- S 'E K Q If, .Am J r ir J " 'aa a .V -aa , i-e' it yir e J 'le ' 1 ,ir a i V 1,.: by ykkb In :ni , W, - A an V: A F 13 I E ' H .-3 if 'iiy , fi v V ' ' M y tm A, i y xg r A f,,,e,A H J my 5 X11 My f f if ,ZVC V ry afififi? 4 ' W J M my ' 'M-W" I K 5 1 Myers, Naylor. Neukamm, Niiranen, Norton, Owen, Palmer, Michelle Steve Marlene Paulette Rick Kevin Becky Myers, Nelson, Nicholson. Nolile, Ottoson, Palandri, Palmer, Nancy Cynthia Larry Rick Ken Jerry Ron Miles. Linda Miley, Carl Miller, Patricia Millhollin, Wanda Mille, Juila Miner, Lesley Monaco, Denise Moon, David Moore. James Moore, Jean Moore, Jill Morgan. Pamela Mosbrucker, Karen Moyer, Don Munkers, Pam Sophomoree 243 Palmer, Wayne Parker, Jeff Parks, Barbara Parshall, J im 214 Sophomores f ' 'ff wal, .y Parsons, Karen Pavlich, XValt Pearce, Sally Pearson, Robert Peloquin, Penney Pendleton. Dennis Perkins, Laura Peters, Wayne ,auf Pettey, Ponder, Price, Mary Jeffrey Timothy Ping, Porter, Priestley, Kenneth Sheila Merry Pitt-her, Powell, Pullen, Wanda Michael David Plyler, Price, Quinn, Teresa Laura Dorian ft Mar' , , Kg M, 1 , W V W , 5 15 if Rafal, Theresa Randall, Darrell Rask, Debra Rector, Marion ffl? if 'I A Reed, Steven Reese, Rick Regelin, Dennis Riaz, Holliday s we i ff f Q 1 J A 4 he '95 ,-M461 1 asv f , 1, , 'A x my V fig gifs 'AT .f 4 Q Y if .Q , WW Richmond, Paulette Roach, Kevin Robbins, Jeff Rodd, Fred J X f, 'M 5 l Rodriquez, Paul Rogers, Bill Roh rscheib Tim Roll, Steve Sheila Porter and Barbara Allen prepare for a panel discussion. 9 7 gh ,A gl M d r' y 5 v 5 , , , , , i 1 K in M. ffl? J' if i Mg, H' x I X if 2 I 3 if -U2 A x h Q, ., , I kkyyt, f-fffif,-'v,4r A "" , 2 , ,QW 4 , ,. I , f 1, 2 N it at W S , gf ,Q ifls, Q ,Jw ' .pa , hm K A-, ,J K it i . , ff, ,aQn.,g.r , ll ha U r q t - ' . , A 1 ,qv .Ev- Ruonala, Sue Ryan, Carrie Ryan, Colin Sabin. Jackie Salois, Allen Sander, Laura Sanders, Linda Scarburry, Barbara Schaffer, Ed Svhmidt, Randy Svlioenlmec-k, Leo Sc-hoeneman, Javk Schramm, Debbie Schreilmer, Tim St-hroeter, Linda Schwanke, Cyndi Sfhwarzkopf, l.ila Scott, Cfyndy Scott, .lim Scott. .lohn Seott. Paula Seim, Joel Sietz, Jim Shaffer. Matt W' . 5 ,iff is 'Q v J K if , ,, get , aw, X 4 ,M M, , 1 "ww S , figiif Q 5. :Sw "ii L F ,A-fb-KJ?"--i 1 as W1 , 'L 4 ,- fa iii ':' " 1 ,: i f fl ?'?QQlfl 5 V Q,,. ,a . '49 fa' ,n I-. I I .4 I-v V' I 2, 3 ,. y N .,, : H , A W 9, 1 , A "Sf" 4 Jri ' , ,M ' is if 'E' , y 2, , , 5 i I 5 , I , i ,r .- ' if 5 V " Q V , , - we Q Shaver, Pam Sheilds, Cary Shrake, Dale Sievers, Carol Siple, John Skidmore, Darlene Smith, Daniel Smith. Paul Smith, Sally Smith, Terry Smith, Wendy Snider, Annette Snyder, Steve Solari, John Soohoo, Susan Sparkman, Shaun Sparks, 'llwyla Sprauer, Bob Stafford, Melodie Staino, Nick Stalker, Diane Stark, Valerie Steele, Daniel Steele, Evonne Sophomores 245 .,,, H, k Jim Creel agrees that Mr. Adams has real "sour power." IW ,ff S 1' . A 1 1 1 5 ' ee?" ' K lx 4, " QB 4? , 1 me ' ffm 6 ,,. Q . Thompson, Susie Tipton, Rickey Tolan, Terry Tolonen, Steve ,, ,, . J , A At ,x, : L 5 1- , , T 4 U 'W' i...r 5 1 T Liv if ii ? Q', i Vg W I Ez ' 4 I 1, ,t X K l I I , kk I ,Ewa ,. K K N, U km . ji W I ui T - l 1 'B . ' We H 2 1 . S iioo 1 1' 1 f i 'r ii at in Y p , El F A 1 lf? . K sh V . ,. , A f , , ,I ' 2 1 iiiriii in ' 1 5 .TA illllt ,QV 5 1 ffi S f 1, , io i , 1 H in l i A .V as 1, , ii ,,,k V, Q., ,, 4-.. ., 1 I if ,J in 7 . 1 K ' ,' " ' l 'W ' 1 Q ' ,,,L :X I in ki hi - iiii Y 1 L 2 4 , , i,, ,i f 2, , ' iz, ,,,1 , 5 l -' 1 I V A .V V a f. 5 I la V, K tk KL , ,Z V V K, .,,,L 1 L. ' vi V f 1 f X , -it ' .,.... n,.,,, , , Steffani Stem:-nsf Stcgwfiypher, Struhle, Suwansangroj. Taylor, Thomas, Dary art lil ut 1 Linda Surasal-c Elizabeth Jeff Stmirnsoin, Slgl, Sttfipger, S11l:borough, Suieitzer, Taylor, Thompson, re . IPYP ll y ita oe Ro vert Debra Stciyeiris, Stiltlii Stgutenhurg, Sugnpter, Tagilo, I Teglpleton, Thompson, ,in a 1 om . 1ar1 reg George Stevens, Stone, Straub, Sutton, Taylor, Tenclay, Thon1pson, Marcia Steve Jim Rae David Nyla Jackie Sophomores r . 2 in 8 Z f. ..,, 3,1 '1,fff, 1 .,,, LV I.. 1 1 f or A 1 Toole, Marlyce Tracy, Pat Tracy, Rose Trask, Teresa L Treibel, Patricia Trimm, ,lon Turley, Sara Turnquist, Kristi f may Q-F I 1 i Ep f y, 6 ,. 'Q Tweten, Karen Urbach, Susan Vanderpool, Janette Vavrosky, Lennae Vigna, Dennis Vollmer, Brett Waits, Pamela Wakeman, Jay Waldrep, David Wallace, John Walters, Kathleen Waterhouse, Rod Weber, Teresa Weber, Vickie Weirick, Mike Wells, Steve Westwood, Travy Wf-thern, John Wheeler, Debbie Wheeler, Vicki Wivkman, Jeff Wiedinmann, Art Williams, Rick Williams, Sherry i i i i ei i ,M fgk4af'i k . , 1 rl 'b i' .qt ' his ' K ' 1: i .rriii 5, Q i f We ' I ' 1 M. A 'if D vi i 3 F 31 "3 t ' 3 . r. ,. fl fr ,A , 543 , -X 3 .3 Y ,,'-' J S, ax A j, Wilson, Geri Wilson, Marilyn Wilson, Susan Wilson, Sue Wilson, Tom Winrhester, Stephen Winegarden, Ron Wiseman, Mary Wittkop, Jim Wold, Terry WVong, Jeff Wvong, Michael Wallace, William Woodward, Sheryl Wrege, Charles Wriglesworth, Dennis W yatt, Floyd Yanase, Kazuhiko York, Linda Youmans, Yvonne Young, Dan Yowell, Paula Zink, Thomas Zummers, John Sophomores 247 Class Representatives: Jeannette Beattie, Kathy Bell, Delissa Wong, Gail Anderson. Curriculum Council: Sharann Beckford, Jim Severson, Janet Hardy. Freshmen Preview Future Since the freshman cabinet was elected near the middle of the school year, it was hard for them to get organized be- fore the first semester was over. The cabinet planned to have meetings every two weeks. They organized a "Frosh', week and sponsored a dance. Writing the class constitution proved to be -a challenge for the freshman cabinet. "I think the freshman class has good insight on what's to happen the rest of their years at Franklin," commented Dave McCann, freshman class president. Freshmen 249 Aaltonen, Jerry Abraham, Ralph Adams, Christine Albrecht, Nancy Allen, Edward Allen, Georgina Allen, James Allen. Penny Allenhrand, Patri Alley, Sheryline Alver, Helgi Anderson, Gail cia Anderson Jeffrc' - , Y Anderson, Laura Andrakus, John Audreotti, Susan Aoke, Alan Arnold, Timothy Arthur, Brenda Atkinson. Terri Auhorn, Marylou Axsoin, Linda Banks, Julene Barlow. Leilani 250 Freshmen ., U:-,V -x., .Q I .,."'t ' M A M - K my Q W QW' A Jar S , 'Q Q. F 1' Nnhukw YK M Q ,V I H,,, ,,.., , .L h K . ,.5gf,,2 ft K . 5:51, l ' B -1 ml t :S . , f kk ,W stlrl i , , t 1 ki N . if ,W s,.s W A V 5:. :r . LE' .aa , V. Suzanne Rehorka and Mark Jones practice a dance for Brigadoon Barnett Debbie Barnett Joyce Bauer, Kim Baughcr, Chris Baughrnan. Brad Baumann, Chris Beasley, Mary Beattie, Jeannette Beckford. Sharann Q ,, , -if ft .. ,, x, . B r s .kiwi fe are ij ,L Vihl ,, f .. . . '-L X M A iv in Av B , .. . if . 1 Lgfiiz V 1 5 , ,, ffl 1 . e . +L R ii, ' A- , ZE: -f A .W Q t at 'sa x . 'aa t H-. f .. 41' ,-Q f ga-9 94 1' ff f f ! 5: 1 " 3 -1 X' si S x 14' H 1 A Y Bell, Kathleen 1 - 4 Beloit, Mary X. L , , if A . Bennett, Belle ' W I ,. . Q Bennett, Sheree Benschoter, Dawn Bentz, Ron up ' ff . ' ' t ,te . f f W . . i ,rl f e "V-f J ' W ' ' ' 3 . if ME:-. Bergstrom, Mark Q A f Jf Bergstrom, Robert P , V. ' , , Bernard, Linda ' Wyz, 2, . ix i x ' .A ,E N 1 'l E .Q , rrrr B a i -' Y ' "" 4,51-.1,f?f:' 'G Bernard, Silva Berndt, Beth Bernunzio, Cathy Bigoni, Marilyn Birch, Terry - -.4 Black, Dale . ' s 3,1 ,V ' .4 Q., 9 ,ef Blagg, Mike - , . . Blake. Marty . Boetger, Bill . - . ' B . K K - -'A 1 A g . . Borgmann, Dehhie , LVLV, fx ,J W, . K , Bowling. Stan 1, E I 4, Q, Bradley, Gene A i V Q ttlr 'B ff' eff' t . eaa .f fi' or RBI ' fi E Q' 2 ,,:. Bradtke,Riehelle pw e. , 'K 7 74323, 'ii' M Branum, Ronald -R , ' f - X I in , Brauekmiller, Greg -.W f . if B t l. reat - . R ,, . . t i,pggiii3.gi . ' 'X an iww 3 i 1 ,t I ,, t -2. t ...- Q 'A Britton, Richard Britzius, Denise Brolliar, Leah Brooks, Rick Bruce. Rita Brunelle, Pam Bruning, Debora Budahl, Steve Buie, Linda Baker, Letha Barge, Tonya Burkenhine, Jo Anne Burrow, Gail Cfalhill, Julie Cameron, Seo!! Carroll, Teresa Cast-iato. Ceorgene KI:-rrarites. Julian Chow, Wally Clark, Alison Clarke, Bob Clayson, Christine Clifford. Mark Clure, Jeree Freshmen 251 Coe, Jay Coffey, Candy Coiteux, Christine Comella, Cindy Conner, Dale Connors, Cindy Cook, Linda Copko, Glen Corrado, Jodine Cote, Debra Couture, Debra Craig, John Daw, Bill Dowlz. Bryan DelVloor, Don De-Moor, Ron Denny, Jw-If Ds-ranlerui, Doni Dcters, Julie DeWilz, Drf-nrlu Dillvry, Carla Diloreto. Vinve Dobson Mike Q ,,a' L f ff Dr-Young, l,l1I'llZl - I Q 5 I i , Dodd, Ron Dolan, Miko Donnell, llr'Il1llI'I'CIl Dreves. Bryan 252 Freshmen 4 'M wi f -'J'.fJ ' Cramer, Joy Cravens, Kim Crawford, Dale Crosley, Bill Crouch, Nancy Danton, Ted Darnell, Linda Daschel, Mike Davis, Charlene Davis, Dan Davis, Dayle Davis, Lorraine .zz,-ff: , Q, ii- K i , ' ' A 'ii- .,,'i in . W . ff. 'Q H ., ' ' , N,,,fa, ,, : E b 5 1 'i' f 5 "i'i f "" :ii 'iitl,lQ?fi 'li i vi v v x f X i., b A , r i or Qi: Maria Waddy chooses the nw, wifi Y 55, ix fy Aa 3 1 ., ' Va -WW gf ,fn A-f f Duclos, Mike Dumais, Roxanne Durbin, Paul Dusek, Carol Dusek, Eva Eaton, Mary Eaton, Toby Edwards, Dennis Eisenheck, Carol plate lunch of the day. , -0 4' , I KM, lilston, .lo Flmig, ,lim MM, - i , 'Ex , -as u W ,E 1 i K M Q f WW? Q ., ,, , V, , Vj,5 A 5, , . 'A lurdmann, Rochelle ... ff, ' S A ' l'lrickson,Gary ' w , ':!'f l'lrickson, Karen 5 i i 5' Q ,Q on 'IV Ai , .I - Iirnsl, Jacque V' V V l'ktrada,CharleQ W' -V fl Evans, Diane ii' if aa' U M iz, ' fr' Q, ' h U ' .5 s5"'M. 5 If -I 7 M Elhon, Leona ., 1 V , 'IW . ' l'lvz1r1F,.l11r1iCC Elliott, Bob ', A' ,. liwers, Tom Ellison, Monica , "" L Y g F'ahl,Vonda l g 1 ,, V ' K ' J ,K ,745 'j f lg: we Y y ' V ' ' , ,W l7Pr1'Pll. Nlvayrie lrPI'llQI. .loyml H ' ,N I I ' 'ngwg A ' I 155, Fic-lda Brvmlu N 5 Wig. ,, f ' 4 , Zn, 5,1 .:, 7 Fillvr. Eileen ag A! A I 'Xi l,, V 1" 2 fi X ,Q P ,,.l f W , A ZL' f' Af si iA'- ' . M ' , . 5 V, , -V lfluig, Cary ' ., an is Flf-ming. Roger I ff 1 1 C? l7l6'ICl16I'.lx'l-L1I'QlC , f V' 2 ',,, l7lorer. Clmrles :V 0? 'S Q ,- " ' , A f , - 5' QI' iff' I Vkik If I k"',. I ' I I iii F' , W ' ii A- 5 V' " f Foles. Laura .jpzif ' f i f ii ' ., , I Foss. S119 I 'A J Fonts, Damon A K " gs V kly- FIilSf'hHl11l'1.P8l1lil I , ,,A 3, . , 4: I fi l H t 5 ' Wi A L ' E ' - Eriion. Clieofgiu A I , V - f 'ujlno, armara Vw , K 'fix Fujino. Donna if 4, W "' - Q V 5 ,,,' N 1- V Funk, Dzu'lPe'nc i i i ll -' l A, fi ",: Je? i 2755 i k Freshnien 253 Emmons, Sallie Galluccr, Dave Gamon, Rene Garcia, Angel Garcia, Tony Geren, ,lim Getzinger, Marty Gibson, Kathie Gilbertson, Patti Gill, Dave Gilroy, Barbara Giordano, Carrie Giroux, Denise Gladfelder, Randy Glordano, Tony Golden, Vicki Gonzalez, Pedro Goodall, Celeste Goodwin, Barbara Goodwin, Linda Goska, YValter Gould, Lisa Graham. JON' Grant, Sherri Gray, Daryle 254 Freshmen is ,.,, L? u P Alf 't- , , r Q 2 aaia , ii , QF 2 V ii F Q . , R ,. . it ,,q. , 'ii A .. ,1aQe'ia fi' . . W '12 ' 5 ii ",,. i i ' -f.. ff, i i i , ,,g?j,,u f 'as 13 a eaa f ,, , Gribble, Linda Grifhn, Mike Griggs, Janice Grimm, Debbie Groh, Linda Gross, Ralph Gruner, Peggy Guldenzopf, Jean Gunter, Jerry Guy, Russell Hadley, Craig Hafner, Leann Haines, Cindy Hall, Donna Hamilton, Gayle Hansen, Annette Hansen, Karol Harder, Linda Harding, JoAnn Harding, John Hardy, Carmen Hardy, Janet Harper, Donna Harris, Preston I ,xi P Q15 . , g f sr' A P Qc f ici, . ,Q Q ,mir ct. , Harris, Terry Harrison, Peggy Haskins, Mike Hastings, Linda Haven, Delilah Hawkins, Dan Ya A n fi L ,ed as-, I M xl pw , " 4 ., 1r:f+At Hay, Pat M4 fa' Xi , 3 , H T-2. Hayashi, Miyoko T 'J 1 , - , f T Heine, Lynda 4, D -- , 'T .:., . is A"r-A , ' 1 . ,e ,,. ' ,.,r r, i - i..2 . Ms eel in Gail Super, Randy Schiele, and Ronnie Schiele dance a Scottish r "Brigadoon." ,ul , A-0' .. M6 S 1 'fr di 'i ' if Q so , we f S 4 ' fs o yee S I ., S wg by ,,i,k lk" . i Henry, Valarie Henry, Vivian Herget, Virginia Hesgard, Vickie Hess, Sherrie Hill, David Hiner, Donna Hinrichs, Delna Hoerman, Karen Hoffman, Gary Hogan, Barbara Holbrook, Patty Holder, Ron Holland, Brian Hollister, Donald Holmes, Jim Holstine, Kim Horner, Terri Hudelson, Tonya Hufline, Jessica Hufline, Sharry Huflman, Dan Hughes, Mary Hulett, Mike Freshmen 255 Humbird, Walter Hunnel, Leanna Hunter, Jerry Hupala, David Hurley, Daniel Hyde, Donna Isbell, Bill Ivey, Debra Jackson, Anna Jacoby, Cheryl Jelineo, Susan Jenkins, Dewayne Jensen, Lee Johansen, Keith Johnson, Daniel Johnson, Janet Johnson, Keith Johnson, Lisa Johnson, Rick Johnson, Tony Joli, Gordon Jones, Belinda Jones. Julie Journagan, Joletta Keller, Lori Kelley, Steve Keltner, Irwin Kemrer, Debra 256 Freshmen as r,, xx ,Q rrye 2, J s ,iff J "reL Q - 'V Q 2 N 3 rfey ,rf 1 .ww . if 5 f if I' .ag 1 cw I it s Q-, as i 5 , Y. , J if X X5 wie 'X Q 5 'H' x s .. kr--. me ra ,swf 2,53 YT ,J or ,fr i .. ar ,Ji I ., S elm J 5 aff ,W , 45. . .. an ,, ms: are tv E 1 Q ,emi 'if W Kent, Kevin Kern, Brenda Keyes, Roxanne Kibby, Wesley Kimber, Cindy Kincaid, John Kinnear, Daniel Klamath, Barbara Klauser, Lilia Knight. Deeanna Knudsen. Randy Knutson. Mavis Freshmen ado their thingf' in the sun 1 eee ' in 4' if ., rw : Wfi,: -2 . t .. its J rf? x ,k were Y, E I 'st at ? A I E t on the sidewalk by the Url wing. 1 J E Leisure, John Leong, May Liang, Mary Lima, Dave Lindholm, Cathy Lindquist, Leslie Lo, James Locke, Beth Locke, Julie Long, Dorcy Loomis, Larry Louden, Leslie Sf! S ffl- KM if A an 'ilu , Qi if E 3 if yi 14+ Y - , . as if if J f -it 1-fi ,Rx Knutson, Valerie Koffey, Julia Krahmann, Rosalie Kubli, Steven Kuch, Robyn Lackey, Diane LaHue, Janet Landers, Chuck Lang, Terri Lankins, Clint Larson, Sharon Larsson, Jeannette Lee, Sam Leek, Cliff Lehl, Jeff Leirmo, Linda Loughrey, Betty Louie, Nancy Louie, Ray Loy. Mary Lukich, Diana Lukich, Mike Lund, Lorie MacDonald, Annie Maclntosh, Roger MacKenzie, Peter Maddix, Larinda Maddux, Ginger Freshmen 257 We wk f Mallett, Clarence Malsey, Trudi Mankins, Rodney Manning, John Marleau, Christine Martinott, Margaret Mason, Jerry Matthieu, Cathy Matthieu, Wendell Matthies, Rebecca Mayberry, Connie McCartney, Sandra McClintock, Phyllis McCommon, Cheryl McFall, Cindy McFarland, Cathy McFarlane, Daniel McCann, David McGown, Cindy McGuire, Terri McKeown, Sally McKinley, Suzie McRock, Sam Melcher, Steve 258 Freshmen , , 3' -.ff wr. 4 1 V f x ,yo,,, H 5, leee f' at 4' f- f i ' A ,r., . r,,' , - ' M., fu H3 gif? ,nfs 'iff 49 5 must 1 Z1 f M' 'af if ,Mi L t 'il' y Q, 6? arr C ll,.l,ry N if V irri 4 lr VVVV ir Z , Ma f 7 'iyi L C ., t al r r C, V V '.,.. C. ,V . W' L ,. . . , . ' " , ,.f, , l V . VN i n K 5 135 l "l' x 'Xt " ,- 711 Vfvf " , 1. -v -40' Mendenhall, Toni Meskel, Robin Meyer, Karen Michigami, Donna Miller, Jeannette Miller, Sandra Miller, Terrie Moreland, Matt V Morgan, John ,S - 1 Mr. Jack Yeager, photographer for underclassmen, adjusts camera for freshman sittings. Moyle, Richard Mullins, Becky Murphy, Sherril Neal, Debra Nelson, Gary Nesse, Erik Newby, Rochelle Newton, ,leff Neyman, Connie Nicholson, Roger Nickerson, Debbie Nickila, Dwayne Nielson, Bruce Ninneman, Holly Norgaard, Doug Odbert, Barry Olayos, Donald Olive-Sague, Irene Oliver, Neil Olson, Cathy O'Neil, Rocky Ong, Sidney Ooley, Patti Oster, Laura Q., 'yi ' .if -wsf, i .QL . , sin w :-ft,+'? 1, - ,. 3' 1-' -' , Q... 'K' r fx 'gy 9 b if dr 1 S 3 Ji Q fl' an it ' QQ g g J hi s figs, , . ..'.,.::ze. Q 6 Osuna, Ken Otey, Debbie Owen, Michael Page, Cathy Palmer, Reed Patterson, Darlene Patterson, Vivian Payne, Michelle Pence, Karen Penwell, Kenneth Perronne, Denise Peters, I an Pettey, Glenda Phillips, Ron Pingrey, Linda Pinkston, Susan Platt, Sue Post, Donna Potter, Richard Powell, Jerry Probert, Roger Proffitt, Michele Prosser, Ron Pullen, Ann Freshmen 259 Rail, Nicholas Rasmussen, Randy Raymond, Kim Reed, Terry Reeves, Del Rehorka, Suzanne Reverman, Mike Riaz, Teddy Ringquist, Marvin Rizor, Lisa Robinson, Bruce Robnett, Cathy Robson, Christie Rodriguez. Manuel Roelle, John Rohricheib, Debra Roisom, Donna Rose, Ceorgrene Rostig, Ditmar Roylance, Chuck Rowe. John Russell. Carla Ruthruff, Patty Saheki, Hitomi St. Helen, Barbara Santangelo. Kathy Santos, Al Savory, Paul 260 Freshmen lla I I t ,Alf 4' ,, A, - f ifi' , EJ f K , ..:7'.If 4 W I , , qu f in it y A 4 A .1 ' 1 if K- A . wwf Q-Zqjmt X' A, fe A if R' 43. , 1 y , , , I ilf , ,trial ln k eg A' y 5' ., H , Seheese. Dixie Schiele. Randy Schmitz, Dale Svhoenherk. Sandra Sehoeneman. Cynthia Svhomherg. Rocky Svhramni. Jeffrey Sereiher. Stacy Sehulze, .leanne Srhwah, Patty Srhwahn, JoAnne Scott, Don 1 1 r r, M g ff . af! 4 7 ll 4 Q54 f' J 1 1 o t'r t l it ,ib '7' - , 'lii All Q, Wa , t 1 5 5 2 l Gayle Grant, Fred Rodd, and Steve l A.. I Y. Af' 5- Y ' 22 . , , l , ' if ,,,,, . F9 ytyy VA ,A. it J ,ff . , E S ,ff 5 .,iA :QV , JS IXI I Vi t 'A. 4 . 'R : J S f J b ii 7 .. . .Air Aw ' ,, W V. 2,, ll 'IFEL V . uf e ,xl fl 2 r if 'Q 4 , VK: 'Q l y I ,V " in ' . J ug it 'A ' - S., - Scott, Glenn Seaberg, Julie Seifert, Bertelle Sharkey, John Sharp, Kim Shaver, Vickie Shaw, Harold Shepadr, Debbie Shields, Bill Shirley, Shelley Sinclair, Robin Siple, Jolene .g, I V I M f X 3t,, fi any ,992-K ' if ,,, a 4' E 5 mi' ,4 ,f, Q .t we H w, , r,,r X a x fi' ., N I . Zv , A, ,,l ., J ' 4 s y, 1 kj l t K J f U K ,., lb-. , ,.,. ' -, . ,V S Vl,i J eSSlS S ,r ,- V s, se A f K, I ,. Q' 1 f-S J rriir or A ti by , k p p p, S eee J - '35 P ,,, 5 ' wav, 'iff y It f k.. . , A ,iv I A 2 H xfv. , , y --af , ,X A - ff 5 er is Stone display Sophomore poster. 1 Siverson, Jim Skinner, Mariesa Skoubo, Robert Smetana, Vlada Smith, David Smith, Lynette Smith, Philip Smurthwaite, Tom Snyder, Cathy Snyder. Lennia Sorenson, Pamela Sounders, Jackie Sparks, Kathy Staigle, Teresa Starkey, Rita Steele, Mike Steele, Serena Steltz, Brenda Stewart, Sharon Stickney, Bryan Stinnette. Pam Stoltz, Jeff Stradley. Rodney Strech, Gregg Stuck, Diane Sullivan, Douglas Super, Gail Sweeney, Leta Freshmen 261 Sweet, Jim Swensen, Stephanie Szwev, David T:1llman,Do11glas Tate, Mark Taylor, Bob Taylor, Jeff Taylor, William Thario, Karen Tl'l0HlllS,,JOAI1llf5 Thomas, Mark Thomas, Pamela Thompson, Brenda Thompson, Kim Tilden, Pat Tipton, Bill Toniayo. Maria Tooze, Terrie Torkelson, Lorena Townsend, Bill Trimni, Jennifer Vakili, Sherry Vanderpool. Larry Vandinter, Donald 262 Freshmen w ii I i ag I fl T T J 5 Q oe r i .f T iloe " .. fr K Fe r , ,ig W, Q 'QF ioe 33, T r'2' T- - - or F ' w." 8 JF' 1 w e Q I r ,-iiii i ff , W , Vanwart, Nanvy V '. . N eenliumen, Slew en VerMeer, Sharon Vinciguerra, Vernen Miter, Vance Y orels, Monetta Yorseth, Wayne YVz1ddy, Maria Waddy, Vernita Waldo, Charlotte YValker, Charles Walker, Debbie Walker, Kim Walters. David Xvaltman, Jolene Wurmnth, Roberta XW'VElIt6lllJllI4g, Kurtis Wlayman, Leo NVeaverlinge, Neta Wvebb, Mitchell Wveher, Mark Wfeeks, Glenda Yveissenbuehler, D. Wfellington, Joan sq 'S' TCR gf, sg Q Q X ., N. me 6 f T IS x fr-fr wi Q- rrrt W A 1 4 l l l l 1 J: 3 QR' M 1 Q if ' ,., ,. New -, .. if - , 4 tm 5,0 T all Q rf Q it rr , .3 35, 3 , . K ill QF? 'T . , Q 'Sf' Flossie Hunter and Vera Johnson rap by their locker during lunch period. ' is , Q , V ,,,f. - Q Willett, Donna A :A' M 5 A '32 1 4' Willis, Stephanie , Wlillman, Linda Q 2 'l , , A, Wlilson, Kathy ' r Yvines, Cary N Wlrtjes Rebecca ., , , w 'Q YVold,Donald ' A A M f M YVold,Ron l.,, Yi f Wiglfer, Terri i f f ii 'fi M M 'Q ' f M , In M 1 if A f ll 1 J . , ia QA? K 1' 2, , I - h A 4 .M .- 1 ,L if 54 Q A W4 , ,f W , ,,,, , , W! l , 2 I xl N ,gf Q ' V 2' , . e Mn? 5 A :E -V rk,L W : , 17: Vlvl , l'f'f nnln l ,lll ' his W A Af f"??"2 , W ,l lnl. r Fll nnln or lnl Q" i nln , X f ' W f f' g Q W v A , M Vb Q P Tv j 5 We 2, 5 i ,uf M -. o M l 1 - , i W i 4 Y ,- A f iz' fv 4 4 1 AQ 9 :Oi f . - f i fl' ff H01 ,: 49 7 5 'f 58 1 'X if :V Q, V A , -,,, L . , Wells, Nancy Wells, Terry Westhall, George Wethington, Tom Whedon, Peggy Whelchel, Rebecca White, Mike Whitmore, Debbie Whitmore, Vicki Wick, Alfred Wilks, Tobbi Willard, Mark Vlfong, Delissa Woodard, Joseph Woodw'ard, Rick Worcester, Sherrie Wlright, Mike Wy'mer, Mike Young, Greg Zaharoula, Kokkoris Zeller, Jim Zeller, Mike Zimmerman, Diane Zimmerman, Tim Freshmen 263 -s- E- 1 k i- 11 Q 'V E g. Q' - X -'X x . .M xc- S xx ' X S. o X g N X fff ffffl --1 " if 1 1, ' 1' '. fx f'S Q , If, I 1 3 - M, fffwf lv 7 , . ,..,-' ., 5- X j . J 'Q'. l.T,,1,s, 1- X 'L "fy.,, YA -'LfULl'Lk..'l.? ff 2i.Wio:f 904, HWKZWZQQ0 fff-""z1y2' he71f'fi0M,f65 92 wmv, 'Wh 1 - 522riiifi42i?Z52W f'MflIWlliWl.f'e1:i.1 ' ' f ,Fil hw' A ,' 'f V ,f -' g,: ,inf ef ' f ,y x , "f Wmqyggq. " "' ' 1' 'PW fi''f7Vl 'iW.A'Q1,'15 ' 1, WI V ' lf' f 1 f I W nh 14-' ' 4' f:, VA , 'V' 'A ' rI 'l "f ' :Q -X J 5 ' f 1 kg!-I' my : 4" '- , 1 , f yi, Qf w f1 f Ui" l ' -f f,7nlhu'.r ff 6" ff , "'1J?,'li I W-' --.--1' 1 'P m f? f . f 1 ranI Hn 'V d, 1:1 v ' ' ' ..,f ,wr ' 'Y' "lf , -f , ff ' iluiiqilgiiiu g y wi' 'fix AO! f, I. ,U fl-9l., l!H 1 Af, 62" f "W v 1s mf fm 21 - ' I f L, W1 A 1., H! -1, H M I . ' 0 X- 44'iff"55l 1f,W,qmWM V 15 ' 264- ' - " 4 4, SPRING K. gy .xx 1 - ,Xl X f ' N ' 1 . .. N X X fy, ff-., , '-A : -KSA xxx lb I ic" I 4 1 ! 55 ,f . ' :ff "f XXX V 'T - ' 1 W- . ,- - 1 1 . fl f Q I . 'f'e"' "-4:7111 ifffz, -eff. 0' - v hw' , 'if' -23iZ4i'2?4y:f:-lk? ' 'IWW J f"'ff -'-'71 Va I f' 4' 1 ' " 3- A If ' 2 . -11 W, nhl ., i , 4. . ', ' ,' , -A df 05 li xfsgqfn will' 2 . 1. , . I!"'I f - 1 1 , A ,.1,,ugzg1mWHw :gl--I' I ' ' -,vg,.,,,f, 2 , '25 4 F X xx 'O ' "1 4 x jfc Y-I 15" " I na, 4 61- 'f riff: T, 3, ,af-Qpjiy, ?',7'!f'ff,,. fl7l1li,-+"!'N..- M 9 - 'rv ' f.:'Hl"!Llf! .h-1.1 fA'f ,H g f! .I vi 1-75, -f igffy '-, ., , , . Iri MV- I" g li V My I .Mft 'tf I " C, 'rtffmnr 5 ' ,gf-I 5' r'i1'.!1 ,-yr X ' ,q,' J, vii f, VI 1, -' , I f 1 f A L YFZT0lEJ'!! 1U g xx X , . NJ' Y . , K: mul ' +' M 1 - W, - f 1 if We W fw I '12 9 I X V' I - I Xl r'-IM 'x mfilx' ll M' If I ul ,HMI ,gl I- -1 ,kv - WV U "- 'W f I ' N 5 X 14 U Nl ef - X V is ' ,f rr Student Council akes hanges The most powerful and potentially effec- tive organ of student government, the Student Council, underwent a series of changes resulting from sentiments ex- pressed during the mid-year elections. The election of student council repre- sentatives from the history and English classes was the most noticeable altera- tion. The expected results were more participation and hotter communication between the individual student and his leaders. 1 l 1 l Spring Student Body President, Jack Landau, addresses students. 'Om' ,N Student Council: fFront towlz Doug Tallman, Dehliie lientz. Melissa Jarvis, Nancy Louie, Debi McCreary. fSecond rowlz Nancy Baker, Ceorgene Rose, Julie Deters, An McBride, Sandy Dickinson, Eileen Clow. lrllllird Rowl: Carmen Hardy, Shirley Gribble, Linda Scliroeter, Maureen Donnell, Trndi Malsey, Janet Johnson, Sue Johnson, Juliann Hart. iBook rowiz Rodney Hildenbrand, Fred Rodd. 266 Activities K SPRING STUDENT BODY OFFICERS: Vice-Prvsident. Doug Roylunve: President, Jack Lunduug Publicity Chairman, Patty McNerney: Treasurer, Judy ix'Il1dSOIlQ and SPf'rPtz1ry. Dorothy Kzuigisvr. Activities 267 A. G.S. Keeps Up Tradition Beginning her fall term, Marlene Ro- berti, A.G.S. president, scheduled bake sales and car washes during the surn- mer. The purpose was to build the treasury so that more activities could be scheduled. Keeping up the tradition of Girl-of-the Month, the cabinet also took the job of arranging a fashion show featuring the many styles from Wards and Lipman,s hi-boards. Marlene believes that A.G.S. is "an im- ACS FALL CABINET: Front row: Janice Blackman, Karen Lee, Marlene Roberti, Sherry Lang- Portant part in the activity functions in don, Teresa Todd. Back row: Patti Fontana, Gail Super, Karyn Flach, Donna DeMoore. Franklin High School." AGS REPRESENTATIVES: Front row: Gorgene Rose, June Humbird, Debbie Cox, Marlene Roberti, Delissa Wong, Gayle Grant, Ann Lund, Jean- nette Miller. Second row: Barbara Fujino, Carmen Hardy, Debbie Nickerson, Beverly Bankston, Sue Callaghan, Jackie Thompson, Floy Jones. Third row: Jacque Ernst, Kim Cravens, Laurie Gibson, Cindy Klein, Sherri Glenn, Lorena Torkelson, Melodie Stafford, Helena Kaipola, Yvonne Youmas. Back row: Marcia Wright, Debbie Van Steenwyk, Roberta Henderson, Lorraine Llaneza, Nancy Schneider, Esther DeYoung, Cathy Lindholm, Celeste Goodall, Linda Schroeter. 268 Activities 5 i 1 Unites Girls "The purpose of the Associated Girl Students is to provide a medium through which the girls as a unit may learn to work for a common goal, either as leaders or intelligent followers. It is also the goal of all its followers to promote the ideals of character and friendli- ,, ness," comments Janice Blackman, spring , 1ns.s .iiiit . 1,4 't'l's ' S' president. , Twirp Week lApril 19-231 and an April fl I - 30 banquet were part of Janice,s goals. Tlrll 'l. t"t 'tt A.G.S. cabinet members are: Bev Bankston, Karen Benson, Janice Blackman, Denise Wong, Debbie 0 6 a gn' Q par lclpa 97 Comml ees Johnson. were Set Up. WOW g,4.i,pi. L-. Spring reps. are: lF'ront Rowl Bonnie Kiepke, Beth Locke, Rochelle lfudmann, Donna Scopacasa, Pauletter Richmond, Karen Parsons. CSecond Rowjz Marcia YVright, Mary Yazzolino, Sharlene Bolera, Linda Long, Nyla TenClay, Nanci Noren. fThird Rowlz Pam Louie, Barbara Curwell, Linda Axsom, Mary Anderson. Becky Lohmeier, Carolyn Fosterman, Diane Stalker, Monica Choi. fF0llI'ill Rowl: Rhonda Rasmussen, Janice Kruse, Vickee Johnson, Geri Wilson, Joan Evans, Patty Schwab. fBack Rowl Carmen Hardy, Lucy Lusk, Jean Callaghan, Margaret Shoemaker, Linda Trappe. Activities 269 sp,-ingA. G. S. AFM Gains Securit Through the efforts of fall president Mike Ryan and his cabinet, the Associa- tion of Affiliated Franklin Men was put on a sound Hnancial base. The treasury was bolstered by the money received from the sale of A.F.M. cards. The main goal of the two cabinets was to arouse interest in A.F.M. The major activities for the spring were: the selection of a former Franklin graduate as the "Alum- nus of the Year" and the awarding of the 'LMan of the Yearl' award to the most deserving senior boy. ' W , . 4. 2 f is SPRING UFFICERSZ fFront rowl Puhlieity Chairman, Steve Ciordanog Vire- President, Larry Hallg President. Craig Mullen: lSer'ond rowlz Sf-eretary, Pat Henderson: Tl'eas11l'er, Tom Herd: Senator, Larry Wleher. 'NVQ ii .C 5 V FALL OFFICERS: Secretary, Mark Sandvigen: Treasurer, Paul Herrmann: Vice-President, Dan Bishop? fSec0nd rowl: Mike Casciato, Dave Jen- sen, and Mike Daw: Senators. fNot pieturedl: President, Mike Ryang and Puhlieity Chairman, Dennis Ward. 270 Activities swf M: . -. wf nfl, 'f I 15371 ""' V QB5..'?53R Jack Landau promotes spirit. Graham and Pam Biggs get the game off to a fast start. Seniors Earn Victory 29-2 On Tuvsclay, March 9. the- senior girls vxporiencvrl a victorious haskothall gamf- owr the juniors. The- Se-uior rally, jack Landau, Stow Ciorclano, Dau aucl Larry Hall. and Miko Casviato. lwl tha yells for thvir class. Tlmy woro tlu- Varsity Wvrostliug Rallyls outfits. Craig Flach, Mark Sautaugzvlo. Guy Hill, and Rick Jouos. wvrc- ou tlw junior rally. The girls practicvfl lor four wveks at 7:15 in the morning iu pri-paration for tho game. W7 AJ ,1,..a The Junior rally, Mark Santangeto. Cuy Hill, Craig Flax-h and Rink I in Xkll re game with interest. Mardi Gras omes Alive A French maiden, a Spanish senorita, gypsies, peasants, gangsters, and clowns made their appearance at the Mardi Gras. The festivities were organized and initiated hy foreign language students under the guidance of Miss Susan Wohld and Miss Dorothy Grant. Col- lections were taken up the preceding week to help pay for the food and deco- rations. The music started during eighth period and the dancing and merry mak- ing continued until 4:15. e p .3 :arf n- ' V vu.. y , A - Auf' Mugsy fRod Hildenbrandl reinforces his threats. 1 4,' ,M ,.,.. W Merrymakers pose at the Mardi Gras. Activities ' -if , A 'Q W if A gvq M, B ' A i:a,,- new ' i ll I if ,Tv .7 he he , """""T' WH 'I 1 A 3 -af 1 Ji M' Q ,, Q i ' - lm 'W Q , A Q 1 r A J , r X x ' rf f Y 41161 Q :GJ -QW' -.lf yeyyy J ., ft x N, xx N Costumed characters invade Franklin: Thresa Ryan, Bernice Hawkins, Heather Beard, Linda Mills, Cindy Klein, Donna Harding, and Beth Hammond. - Q, if ,, iglg The gypsy woman, Bernice Hawkins, speaks with a clown and a pair of peasants. Activities 273 -qu- IN THE SOULS OF ITS CKTIZE NS Wm. BE FOUND THE Ll KEENESS OF THE STATE wx-new IF THEY BE uNJvST AND TYRANNXCAL THEN Wn..L1T REELECT THEIR vuces em IF THEY BE LOVERS or: RICHTEOUSNES CONFIDENT SN THEIR LXBERTIES SOWXL ITBE CLEAN IN JUSTKQE BOLD KN F-REEDO . ' ' . . - - . Q V 'f r ,zke-. Qindv Alvin. und Linda Trnppv ndmirv round plaque Hnlbrclded ln CIIPIIOI building floor. Mr. ,lame MvKce llftens to I1 S1101 I E E , Q Dave Pelinkn solemnly rides to the capitol. Selected Students Tour apitol Two hundred juniors and seniors visited our state legislature in Salem to view the Congress in action. March 3 proved to be an interesting day. Some students conversed with Secretary of State Clay Meyers and some chatted awhile with Bob Davis, governoris as- sistant. Governor Tom McCall was scheduled to speak but was ofhcially absent. Preceding lunch at 12:45, speakers were scheduled in the basement conference room. Franklin students were honored by listening to Senator Betty Roberts, Representative Marv Hollingsworth, Representative Robert Elliott, and a dis- tinguished lobbyist. Fifty students remained to sit in on com- mittee meetings, where most of the legis- lative work is done. Among the subjects of meetings were litter, scholarship, mo- torcycle helmets, and firearms. ,, ff 355- , , -VV., 4' " Q: wg ne w .555 ,.fe, g-,AH A . f V. ..., ,, H4 , , V A, , . ,. Q Z., ft. ,f,s,e. .. ,. . ,-,. -f ,- fs W5 W was 5 V .,,,3g,,,,. . - F, ,I 1 V. -W. . g ,L ff ,4,,-: : ,ps z ,f . wg . .V . .43 ,f- 1,15 'E ,fry 1. . A : at ,mg :fwfr -5 , 3' te - . ' as-:iw 1: ',ffg.pp-zz, :' ,W k .2 ' ' T' if G W .t -sf-.Str-V: f - My 'ff-.H 52 ff "J fre? -'f T- 'f- V- wwe : 'M me fe ,:.f:fWw,:, a,q,,:,f. "Wg-' V sfaf ' - . sg gg ig 5. f. if .f- A ,- ' , W i n , fa in.: , .- 'WJQ21.2ff,'f',.f.i.5','aq':Wv w, H :3v:w .z Q, . . V rf . - . W ag. H ,, . al.. v---. ,. .., ,, . f .s , ' 1 . 'lf wtf: " :.,.,, M,,,,,, . 2-f-rfnffff w . vw'-ml. ,'.:g21:, ,,, ' " I sz, t 'X K , -1-'sh :awe . f f W- Franklin students gather and meet in rotunda to await further instructions. 5 rreb it Activities 275 276 Activitir ...nd Career Center Dedicated On Wednesday', March 10, the faculty and administration of Franklin spon- sored the formal dedication ofthe James Manning Career Center. The activities began at 2:20 with an assembly in the auditorium followed by the rihlmn cut- ting and tea. All students and teachers were invited to the assembly. Entertain- ment was provided lny a hrass quartet from the schoolis instrumental depart- ment. Miss Dana Small, a former math- ematics teacher at Franklin, was guest speaker. Mrs. Sara Borchers and Mrs. limm the tea. il Moore serve refrr'-hments at x wjvrrf, 1' ..'.Q . A., I t . - M ' . l , fda f ywur . .r"u'." Odds- . K., .t. ' 4 ki-' Mr. Hivhard l.aug1hlin and Miss Dana Small watch as Mrs. James Manning oiheially opens the Manning Career Center. ike Appointed to Advisory Council .lunior Mike Weiss was one of the two student representatives on the Area 3 Advisory Council. After ln-ing recom- mended hy Franklin? Student Council, Mike was interviewed hy a screening committee. He reeeiyed a letter of noti- fication of his appointment in July 1970. 4'This Council functions in an advisory capacity to the Area 3 Superintendent. much in the same way that the Board of Education functions to the Superin- tendent of Schools except that our de- cisions are not as liindingf' explained Mike. aril Attends Presidential lassroom Oregon Congresswoman Edith Green spends time with Marily Caton. Frzmklin's re-pre-entatiye to the Presidential Classroom. Senior Marily Caton was Franklinis representative to the Presidential Class- room in Wasliingtriri, D.C. held Feliru- ary l3 to 20. To qualify. Marily wrote an essay stating why she wanted to at- tend. She was chosen liy a speeial com- mittee on the hasis of her rated theme and records. Besides attending seminars and partici- pating in discussions. Nlarily toured the National Cathedral and the Arlington National cemetery. She also visited the Lincoln Memorial. Jefferson Memorial, the Capitol, and the National Arehives. The Bakr-r's Lalmor Union and Portland Provision Trades Council raised the ner-essary funds for lier trip. Activities 277 Tradition Takes a 'ew Road Breaking tradition, the junior class voted out the Junior Prom and replaced it with a spring formal dance. Unself- ishly letting the whole school attend lin- stead of only juniorsj, the juniors added these profits to their existing funds for the Senior Prom. Guided hy the the-mc, hon thc- Threshold of a Dre-ainf, the decoration comrnitter- transforms-d the gym into a wonderland on April l7f Crossing thi- wooden bridge, couples stepped into a heavenly atmosphere. Reality was left hm-liind. Dancing to the Midday Rain made thi- evcning more beautiful and complete, During Junior Week, the court was nominated and voted on by the whole class, another change in tradition. The counselors usually choose the court hut, the court committee decided to have the class have a court that they themselves would pick. JUNIOR COURT: flfront Row! Susie Bolder, Debbie Johnson, Sandi Johnson, Patty M N ,, N W hl , D bb' W l C' ' Rowi: .lohn George, Mic Cochran, Gary Morgan, Craig Flach, Guy Hill, Don Caniparoli,cB.iZIdl3vTiltlclil1l2y O ers e le a Z, mdy Stuckli lBaCk 278 Activities Princess Terry Joins Rosaria Amidst joyful tfiars, Princriss Terry Brock was crowned, on April 7 hy Miss Joan Vassar, as Franklin's 1971 rop- resentativc to the Court of Rosaria. Appearing in a pink scooped-neck for- QNMJ mal with white- daisy trim and sleeves, Princess Tr-rry Captured the l'lf'Z1I'tS of I Franklin studs-nts as she spoke: of f 'li f '4Doorways to Drf-amsf' I' 4 my ' 'F - 1- ' Q 3 ,N P V V 'LWhvn you find that opf-ned doorway 'Q , and know your drfiam, mdlift your path- ff 7 7 A Q . . . Msgs 52 H i Q' 2 4 iii way to it rewarding. Donlt l-PHT itf A 7' aw 5 ,Q 5 fj Como to know it, uuclvrstand it, loyf- it, ,. W ihflfli f l 17, 'A ' -,f, fill? . . , V ' 'i-- ' it and you shall attain it. Whf-n you touch that drf-am with your mind and he-art, you know you have roach:-d that U . A . V., , unrvaohahlc- staff, I rant lwlirzyf- it. Pxwlaim- Tvrry af the f'l"lVfTlOpf,'S wvre ops-mud. ggoaiiln Yaxfaiw reign wndx :JN Nhe plavfls the Crown on l,I'lIH'f'NN T:-rry 'l'a-i'rx'i'e'f'P1yf-- Li wi1m1l,l,yf,',,m Ann g,.nm.tL rm -, Activities 279 lfumlimiuta-N for lffllllklillk l97l Row I74'-tixul Prinvvxw wfrv Ann H1-nm-tl, Karon Ire, ,IVLIIIIIV lfwlivrx, l.0r1 frimm, Tvrry Brovk. Patty lfonlu 280 Activities Q-Jrzlrzcess ,7Gzre1z fgazlrzkzyer jkaff er yfearof 3 2 282 Activities 9R9ar1Q Uafon joarm Hopper 5 E if-W, . I gfancy jazrfzkz en WGIZCY ,mCfAG12Qy We've nly just Begun May Fi-to is the special timv of yvar whvn mir- svnior girl is Crownml, hon- oring hvr for hvr Sf'I'YlCl'S to the school. This y0a1r,s cw-rvmmiivs, on May 7, in- volvvrl inorm- mvaning. as was exprvssvcl in thi- thvinc-. "We'x'v Only Just Bvgunf' It rvflvcts thc- starting of a now lifv, the Crossroads to rvalily. Svwii girls wvrv nominatecl to the court of May Foto and from them, a qnven was Clioivn. This quven is not a sowr- vign without hvr knights. So, svvvrzil peoplv with unpuhlishvd Svrvicos to Franklin wvrv knightecl. 'www-wig? Garfa jwefezz Avtiritie-S 283 ZH I X XHSITY llfXSl'iBAl.l, Ilfirst Howl: Miko S21IlI2.lI1g1l'lO,4l0l1l'l,l0l'lf's, Brcnt Tilton. Rick Brown, Holm lflinorc, Brian Kelley fary Crant Terr Vlcflainunmn. ISI-voml Howl: Curt Mads:-n. Gary laiwwill, Roh Mcillintock, Bolt l"orsyth. Ron Bergstrom, Mark Santan clo Ken Rodd Tom Tap en ck, Stf-ve' Rom. l'l'l1ii'1l Howl: Ken May, Jim lflston, Rick Sf-hills-l. Coat-In Walt Blll'klPWlf'Z, Managcrs Jim Jen cn and Kclth Hanbcn Sports Diamondmen Hit Well Varsity Coach Walt Buckicwicz com- Inentctl that if the pitching can match thc ts-anfs carly sc-ason hitting, tht' Qualu-rs would Ilan- a Iinc scason. .lim Elston. Bolt Forsyth. Str-vc Roos, Roh McClintock. Curt Maclson, and Cary Lawwill wt-rc cxpcctccl to givc Franklin support on the mouncl. All ol' the 20 playa-rs on tht- varsity roster provide mnsistcnt hitting for thc tm-am. Junior Varsity Coach Jack Knuclse-n and Frcslunan Coach Alan Ellis fit-vm-Iopvd players for futurc- liasclmall Sc-asons. 1 lflfton fhows that pit:-he-rs can ,..,,.,,,....,,..a..W-.-W KT! I HO W .. ,,..,,. ,, H ,..,. NWN- iw.-f,.m-MMMV, ,..x.mw.-4 .1 ,,,,. ,,....0,..hWWwW' --f-- wnmgfw W-M-wf-ww-wv IUNIOR VARSITY B:XSl'fi3:Xi,I,: Hfirst Rowzi f:0Zlf'il .lark KI1lllikf'I1, Don Rzindzdl. Craig Flin-li. Dzlrrflli Lewi-, Toni Lovlivn. John fluinlu, John v lfre-d Rodd. lgevoiid Rowi: z1MnL1g1f'r Kari Liublff, Tim Rruiiixvlim-iii, DL1I'l'Q'ii iizindull, ,Ii-fi Tlioinuf, Daw flolviiiziii, Rogflr Dryden. Cary Luwwill. iird Howl: NIRIIILIQLVI' Ray Knight. David Moon, Preston Buxtvr, Holi Taylor, Mario I,z1ndPrx, Roy Mvkoy. 4Nol i,lf'll1I'HfiJZ Dale harrison. r or d iiiiii no i or iiii iiiii SH BASHIK,-Xl.l,: flfirxl Howl: Larry Yzmderpool, Rond Dodd, Miki- Xvright, Hurry Odlmi-rt. ,Ivrry Cuntvr. .Ierry Powvll, Tomy Canmn. .Tim wt Ilulf- lfonnvr. fi0Lll'iI :Xillll Iillif. ffiwond Rowi: Rr-f-d Pulinvr, Mike- Sim-If-. ,Ioli-n Harding. Tvrry ylfurris, ,lay Coe. Bob HF-rgblroin, ,ivff lielil, Nix . Dilv 9:-lnnitz, Malik XYiIlurd. Mikrs Criiiin. lThird Howl: Ron Strudly, Vumw- Vifi-r, Bill Taylor, Durnon Poutf, Hon Dr-Moor, Mark Wvinr-r, Terry XX fll I ix q - s. IX i w- Duslirli. Murxin Ring: uifl, Manager Dorvy Long. Sports 285 il., . . .I ll'i sl Howl. Milv l,0l'lillLlI'I, l,i1lll lim-rrinunn, Tim flowun, Toni lA'Sl1'l', Dun llull, Orffn Donnvll, ,lim Myffrw, flouvh Jon Alirulizlm. fSPr'ond Howl: llnw- Bull. llun Bi-liop, Cf'0I'gl0 Hunter, Doug Vf'Tl1lPl1T. .lolm fivorgfi, Stew Hull, Guy Hill. lTl1ird Howl: Bonny Betliunif, Slevft Dodd, Boll ZE?lKIl0l'l-. Mike- Brokaw. Curl Juvolrsf-n. Cinclermen Show Winning Potential M im, Anim ii lc-aim was ilu- fini-st lu- has czoacllofl in sn-xc-rul svasmus. Namvrl as outstanding Ivuni nn-irilw-rs this yvar wvrv. Guy Hill. . w nlllw IJlf'lxlll'I'l. Gvorgy- Hnntvr. ,lolm Ce-orgv. uncl Orvn Domwll. fl"ronl Howl Riwk Aiilhc-r, liun Sniilli. ,lolin Soliuri, lion Moyvr. Wuynr- Pulrm-r, Kainily Biilnop. Tilt' Uirls wvrt' its f'lllllll5li15tlfT US ills' 131-i-oml liowl: Kvn fltloxon, fflirix llilxirvlo. .lim lining, firm-gg llulvoir-on. llllllli 50I1"N- lfflilfll A llail lflrurvix. l'l'l1irfl Roni: Greig lluw-n, H1-x lirvnlon, lion Burrow. fmrdon .'XIl4ll'05lllllC, Rilllfly lnoys. illlfl also Ilucl an rfxvc-llvril si-axon. Alf-Klan-rm-y. Tlni girls lnrni-ml out lor fluily WHFliUlll5. to lniilil ai Hin- lvani. Tlw girls' team Il1'l.l'1llt'4l si-wrul strong tvams such as Grunl zinml lJ2lX'ill Iilouglus, unil vvcrri- looking forward to lin- wily nu-ets. 286 Sports N .... A xfA. W .,... A K my flfirft Rowiz Kiln Kaisvr. Mark Bvrgstroin, Kfiilh ,IOi1llQOIl, ,Terry Hunt:-r, DLIYP Gill. .IMT Sloita Mike- Owvn, Whit Coska. .IOP HUYCF- fSf'f'0T1d ROWJI Brvnn Dwvk. Dun Hanskinw, ifinis Hunniun, Bryan lTi'0w'Q, Braid Buuglnnun, Brian Holland, Cary Neilson, Sinn Irv, Couch Ken Raddie. Vlihird m ' '1 Roiwi: Mikv Blugg. Vinve Uii.0r1't0, Chris Rvwrinail, Ron I3PM00r, Tony Johnson, illlli Suvory, Toni Sinnrtiiwalile. 106 Voddar ,, 5" ilfirfl Rrvwi: B1-vkx' i,0iiiiwii'f'. Linilu Strnlmie, Debbie Imntz, Cinmly Haixivtl. Siiairon Y1'riii1'0i'. .ia1nir'P Rubin, fiom Mr'Kf'un. Tvddy Riuz. Cerogvnv Row, Maria XYud1lyi. iS:-vond Rowit SHP Foss. Diane Aiirziiialnl. .ia1nir'P Rvml. Tvi'mifai Todri. Curia Uillwy, 1,9111 Wiilianns. Annvlla HLIIIFPIX. Piiiilis Mvlilinlork. Pain Sliux'1'i'. 1Tl1ii'ci Roni: Linda Xviilinain. Marilyn Wiimn. i.:1HiIu DPYOIIHQI, Suv Roidvr, Bmlmuru Briggs, Jackie Clierrett, Carolyn Hefllvr, Putty M:'Nvi'Pm+y, COLlf'il Xvolf. Sports 287 , ' , ' , ,.:' ll7ir-l Howl: Bill 'liowngi-ml. ,liifl Purkfer. Paul Smith. Cary Kr-lln-y, Mark ,lunkf-V. We-r'onrl Howl: ffourlm Nic-l-4 liolwrtxon, ,lim llloorv. Paul Durbin lion XXILIQLIIIN. l'f:lf'r l,ukii'l1, llNot l'i1'lurerlt: .loel Builf-y. 283 Sports Golf Swings Allllllllrfll ilu- l97l ljlfiltllillll golf tr-am was at young only thi' sr-ason hail ln-on f-von in wins uml lossrfs. The ti-am was li-rl by Don Wigg'ins anrl Polo Lukicll who playvcl in thi- om' anrl two posi- tions. Consistr-nt mvmlni-rs of Ihr: team wr-rv Jos-l Bailfiy aml Jill? Parlu-r. The outlook for nc-xt year should lar: ex- fw-llvnt with only om? svnior on this yr-arls tvam. -mum . . ClRl.S TENNIS 'l'l'i'XM: ll7irst Rowt: An Mr'Bride, l.orr:1ine l.luneztl. Roberta Henderson, ljmmu Roislllll. fSa-4-ond Howl: Dorman Fujino, Barbara Cgniewosz, Joette Oreste, Cindy Kimber. Netters Valley Both the boys, and the girls' tennis teams were strong and looked forward to winning seasons. Coached by Bob Coles, the boys, team was led by Stan Gish, first singles, Bob Baker, second singles, and Allan Sweet, third singles. Joanne Marini coached the large girls' team led by Betsy Tinker, first singles, Roberta Henderson, second singles, and Donna Roisom, third singles. N -V L- W ...,,.,,,,... . --,M , Y --3. 1 ,-..,-m H BOYS TENNIS TEAM: flfirst Rowl: Terry YVilson. Allan Sweet, Put Hvrrrlerson, Bill lummalteo. fSec'0nd Howl: Couvh Bob Coles, Mark Sand xigi-n. Stan Gish. Bob Baker. Hal Donkin. Sports 289 1111, 165. 11111101 Spring 11111111 ff11z111'1111'11: 11310111 110111: 1fa11'1'i1' Stuki, Nancy Norcn. 1T11i1'd R0w1: Sandi J01111SOIl, Anne A A CHOIR 117,118 Aalxnngn, 11111 250 A1m.h11m,D111n11 2112 .113RA11A111, MR, 1011: sz Abraham, Ralph 2511 Adams, chrmane zso A11111111, Lucille 236, A.1'.111., 274, 275 A11111111115, James 236 111111, K1111fyr1 236 .1.c.s., 271, 272, 273 .-111111. 1.111111 1112, 218 A111ano, C1111 1112 A111m111, Nancy 125, 250 AIu1.ander,Shcrry 218 111-1'1r:1n..1111111 113, 171 Alfscn, Jacque 236 Alben. XX endy 164 A1 1110111 Martine 34, 218 Allen, 111f1.n1.1 311, 2311 A11c11,Deb111e 111s,2111 A11e1.,151111.1f11 125,250 A11un,Ceurg1nz1 2511 A11e11,111m1s 2511 ,111e11, Penny 2511 Allen, sm? 1117, 164 A11un,Tom 161 ,1111111,1an11, Patricia 116, 2511 ,1111uy, Kim 2115 Alley, Shrry 155, 2511 A1.111AN11c s'rA1'1f 90, 97 A1vu1',1'1111g1 113, 250 ,1m1111,, Craig 236 Amatu,.1erry 1114 A11111151m, C1101 111.1 A11111-mm, cmag 57, 2113 Ar11.1crson,1Javc oo, 111, 2111 .11..11m111, C1111 249. 2511 Axnlersux-1,.1e1f 250 Annlermn. 1.111.111 2511 B11nks11m, 131-wc ly OB. 1313, 165. 2118, 2611. 2611 llzmkaton, Cary 155, 21B B:1r11n11r.1"n111k 218 1111111.1111, my 216 11:11'1mv. 1411111111 2511 1111r11ur11, April 218 11nren:1r11. Rcrlvf' 2121 1111rn:1r1I, .1 cw-r 2311 11am:1r1I, Stcvun 165 11ar11011,111111- 1111 11ar111-S, 111 11511 165 11z1r11v11. 11111111111 2.111 Banwtl. .111yf1- 2511 1111r111:l1, '1'1111mn1 1111r11h11r1, Knrvn 165 ' ' " 7 1111 1111f11111111. '11111.1yn 12. m. .s. 2113 Anderson, Mary 112, 113, 11-1, 137, 16-1, 209 A1.11m.m, 111115 11111, 161 A1111emm, 111,11 1111 A1111111. K11111y 1m 1111111Ckh11,1ch11 2511 An111w111, 511.1111 2511 A1111msf111111. 12111111111 110, 236 Anka. Alan 53, 2511 .11m1.111mg, 1111111 us, 161, 1111, 207 A1m51mng,1:111.111E1h 236 Arnn111.'1'1m 2511 ART 5'1'A1-'1' 161 A1111111, L1mn1111 2511 A1111111, 111:-ky 111,, 118, 236 A11111.5.11., Terri 41, 2517 Mury1.1-11 2511 111.1111 C11111 11,1 111.1111 1111111 2111 Axaum,Lin11a 2511, 269 Ayers, 11111.15 36, 72, 218 A111.nm, 1 B B111111f11, Catherine 64, 96, 111, 116. B1fks1mm, cyn1h111 236 1.1111-nn, Ben 61 Bunn, Vern 125. 161 B.111cy,11111 161, 2911 Baisingcr, Karen 1011, 1111, 117, 121, 134, 160. 164, 2117, 2118, 282 Baker, Nancy 112, 233, 236, 266 Baku, Kolnzrt 58, 01, 122. 2111 1'1a11linu, Karvn 121,16-1 B111111v1n,11u11na 71, 72, 118, 105 11.-11fo11r. D111-1 236 B.11l,ch11s 122, 125,105,231 131111. C1111 125, 218 Ball, 1111-11.1 111. 32, 1119, 1111. 125, 154. 207, 21111 Ua11,1'1any 1115 11111, my 2111 Ball, S11-ve BALLEN. MHS. OSA 311 BAXD 124, 125 Bnn11e,,111111n1- 11511 6 2111 11:11'11111'11.1':11r11'1:1 236 Bnrrvtt, S1'11r111v 111. 117. 1211. 21111 1.111asv'11. 1-'mnk 165 11.111111-g11.11r11rv 2111 11111wr. K1m111-11, 2511 1'11111rr. 1'1-trr 38. 1115 11.1111-r,1i1-111-11 2111 11111111111-1, 1511111 1111. 2511 111111L:11rr.Cr1s 151.218.2511 1'Kz111g11111'. Kivlc 82. 1115. 205 11111111111111111, 1:1111 xr. 11'1, 2511 11f111m111n1, ffhri- 117, 110 1111xlf-r, 11.111111 218 Unxlvr, 1'r1w111n HH. 218 1111y111-. I-'11-111111 1112 111111r11.'1'1111y 2111 111-:11. Ch11r1i1- 236 Brz1111,1'1c'111hr'r 66. 1111. 110. 11.111, 165. 2118. 273. 282 111-.11111y,11111fy 2511 131-111111-..1urkiv 1116. 105 1511111111-. .1i:1nr111f- 240, 2511 111-ck. C:1lh1-rinr 511. 165 B1iCK1-IR.N11i,11EHN1AN 5'1 1161-11f11r11. S11z1ru11n 2111, 2511 1:1-gg., A111111 1110. ma 11.111, 511111111 2111 13v11nk1-,1111s 166 111111, Kathy 2111. 210, .. 131-11. N'111rg11 218 111-11.11irhz1r11 166 B1-11. Susan 77. 011. 111, 111. 122, 131. 217, 2121 111-11.111.1. 1.11ny 2111 131-11111111-. Curl 811. 2311 1S11111l1, 1111r1111m 1111, 1111. 11111. 2117, 2110 H1111111.1111ry 251 Bcltz. H011 82. 218 1111l111111. Curl 111 1'1er1111'1!, inn 1156. 21111. 270. 2811 11un111-11. 151-111: 251 1'11:n111-11, 5111111-c 251 1'1c11hc:1111t1'1'. 11111111 251 Bcnxun, Kiln-n 17. 1111, 2111, 269 1 n '111 liumun, N urgurel U3, 151, 166, E111 2117 ' J 1111111111 1.1111 2311 11.21112 111.1111y 2311 Bcnlz, 1111 in 251 n - - 111:1g51111m. Carrie 111, 11-1, 120, 232, 234,231.1 1xu1g.1111m, 111111 117. 1111, 251 11111g11f1.m, 111111011 15, 117, 149, 251 1111.g.1111m, 111111 ao, 2111 1111m11f11, 11111 2111 1111m111.1, 11111111 2111 11111'1111111.1.111.111 251 11.11111.11, 5111.1 131, 2411, 251 1s11111111.111-111 251 11m111111111,1:1,1h11m11 251 13111111111111, 111111. 236 151m11n1i11, P1111 2311 11111ry,L1,-1111 1116 131.1111-1, 151.11 166. 109 111111111111-, 1.11-nny 112. 151, 153, 2111. 236 11111111111-, 111111011 151 151605. MH. BRIAN 36, 79, 82, IUT, 112 nagg-. 11111111 116, 218 11i12gs,1'11m 271 111g1m1, 11.1r11yn 251 11111111g-1.-1,111111111111 2111 u1111.,'1'my 251 1111111111 11.111 711.112, mn. 2711 1' liiilll S1111111. 1,ll111 1l'111l1Qll1, .11111y 1111111s1111. 1g111'111111 110111: .11111y S111-1'i1111-. 1i:11'1111 S11-glv. 1111111 Taylor, Guy Hill. 1111111111 111.11.1,- 110. 2311 11111111-311. 11145. 111211. 1112 111111-1, 11.111 251 111.1f111.f11.111111.11 :so 11111:-11n111n. .1111111'1- 71, 72 1111,1l15, 112, 1111, 167. 2011, 2611 111111.-.,1.111.1. 2111 111.11111111111111-111 21111 11111221111-11.11-1 251 11I1111..1111111 230 I5I11ir,'1'rrry 2311 111.111, Xlurly 117, 1111, 251 111.11111-11, 511-11.111 2111 111111111111.1. 11111111 11-1.2111 111.11111111..111p, 11111111 1l'l. 2311 1z11.m1111,f111-11..111111.10 236 1s11.1.111.,11111111, K11111y 167 11..11U1111.. 111-M11 61.112, 151, 167 1111111-m11n.11111.g 112 154, 2111 1s111:1.'1's. 11155 11131.13 28 1111.41g11,11111 251 111111g1-1, 11111- 311, :111, 1117. 2311 111111l.1iN. 11155 nw: so 11111111111, 1.1111111111 1111, 151. 152. 2111 1s111111f, 511511 1I1,211,2111,271+1 11.1.1111.11.-.1 237 111..1111.111.-1 151.1611 111..11111.1g. 111-1 1I'1. 2:11 11111.-1-. 1111.1 2s1 11111111-111-. K11111, 2111 11f...1.111.-.1411 2111 111.111.1111-,1'1111. 251 11..11.1.1g,11111.1.1. 251 11111111111 '111111,..1 1111. 11111. 21111 1111.-11..11..11..1.-1'1 21-1 111 1:1x11131x'1tz. 1111. 1111111 S2 11111'1.1111111,1l.1r1 11111 111 131: 1111. 1'11:T1111 31.35.117 11..11.1111. s11-1-.- 251 11.1111111111S1.-1.11.1111 1112 11111.-, 1.1.1111 251 11111111. 1.1-11... 251 11.11111 111111 11111. 2117 11111.-111111. 11.11.1m...1.1 06.117, 1111. 21'I 1l111:111.4111-11.1 217 111.12.11.'1'11., :sr 1111121 '1'.1111.. 251 11...1.-.11.1.1.1.111 1.1.1.1 251 1111.1.1111.111.1111.11 mx 11l1iNJ1'11,111i.11I1.1. 21. 211 '1..-KKK. f11R.1LAliY 37 1211111-c.C1'1-gory 237 C C C. C 1.11111-ru. 511.1r1u111- 1111, 116, 167. 21111, 260 11..111111.111.111111 1117 111m11y, 11111111111 1111, 2115 111111111-1, '1'111.111.1S 2111 11.1.1111-1. 1111111111111 2111 1111..1.11.11.111, 2111 11111111111y.S1111r1111 211-1 111111c111111s. 11115. 51111.-1 21, 2711 11.,.gm111111,111-1111111 251 1i11r11,.111n ua. 211-1, 27-1 11111L,h1u11- 711. 2:10 1s.1111f1, 1,111 711, 11, 812, 1117. 116. 167 1111s1:11. 11111. 11:1111v 28, 101 111111111 11111111 2:11, 111115111 1:13 11115. 13111111111 38 1x.11.1111,11m 112, 151, 211 11.1111-11, 1111.1 125. 231. 11..11.111, P11111 231, 111.1111--, .1111-1111 236 11.111111 011111 2111 11.,11111.g. S1111 - 251 111111m.111, 11111-11.1 2311 111111111, .1l11111- 251 151.1111, M11r1-1.1 lun, 21'1 11r.1-111.1-. 11111111111- 251 11r11in1'r11. 1111111111: 107 B11111111. .11'mn 111.135 11rz1n111111, 11111111111 167 15r111111m. 11111111111 251 11r.1w1'w11.11111 112, 151, 21'1 111.1111111111111-r. C11-1111311 1111. 251 111.11111 111.111, 11 Iimfc- 2111 1-1-111' 2111 1111113171-1111111 21-1 Rn-1-11111 111, K1n1 7'1.1l17.112. 113.16 11.1-.1..1-1.1-1111, 2:11, 111.-111.111, 11.-1 1111. 1111. 151. san 111.-.11.-1. 11.111 21111 111111111-r. 1Cv1-1111 2111 11111-1111-111, '1'11i,.1l111N 511 1111-111-r. 1'11111r-111 236 15r11Ig1m. 111111111111 511, 1211, 151, 2311 11.11111-1.1...f1 2111 11r1,.,.., 111111.11 2111 B11r11z1r11 111. 123. 1:11. 2111 111-rrily 1l.112.117,122. 1111-111-11. 1111111111 38. 1113. 2116 1111l11111. 1111-11:111I 251 11ri1z111s. 111111 2111 111i1zi11s,111-111-v 2.1 1Sr11c11, '1'1-rry 167. 208, 2711 21111 2111 I1r11k1111. 1.111.1- 112.210 11111111.11 . 1.1-.111 1151 11r1111Ls, 11111111111 210 11r11111.f. 1111-11 251 11111111111i1I11.1111111 210 11r11111111'111-. '11ik1- 237 11r111x11, C111111.1 33. 21'1 111111111. 111111 1111. 237 1111111 11. 11111111.1 167 111111111.,1i111 I1l11.1111 11r111111. 111111111. 1111111 1:1, 1111.210 K11111-11111 11114 1111r111'11.11.111- I111.113.117.168.213 111 11111. 'X111..1X1I1i 511 11111r1111, 11.111 2.11 1111r11111.1.11111:1 11111 1111rr1111. 111111 HU. 237 11.1.11 W1I1iun1 1011 1111-111111. 111mg 1113 11,1111-1-,11...m11 219 Byers. 11111111, 131111.11 1.11111 1119 C 111111- 251 1. 11u1.1r11 110, 1111, 11111, 2118 131.11.1gh.111. 13111111111 1111, 102, 1119, 21111 K. I. .1111.1g11.1.1,11-1111 5, 237, 211u 11111111-111-.111.11111-1 11111 C.1n11-ru11,1K11y 210 "111 1.111111-r1111, S1-1111 251 1.11.1111 Cnnfic 11.11.1111 21-1 111,111.1111 1617 1:1111111m. 11.111-11 237 c11111,11f.,11,1.11111 112. 111, 125, 151, 215, 219. 27:1 1:1,1,.5. 11111 2111 1:1,.11111,1111111 55.110, 111, 237 c1111.1111. 1111.11.11 2111 C1111--1,N11n1, 2111 1t.1m1,,11111 mu c.1f,.1-111111, 1111111 1611 11111, 1.11.1111 11,-1 11.111111 11.1.1.1 11-1. 2:17 lI.1rr111 1I11rm1 .II:1r1111-j1'1111 116. 219 . Gixlzhrr 115, 1110 If.1rr111. 11-11 an 115 11.1111-1. 111111111 11112 1:1111-1.11.1111 21-1 13111.-1. 1.111111 1112 1t.111.,f, 5.1.11 1111, 1111, 23. 1..1.f1..1.1.1.-.1rj1111.- 251 1:1111-111.., 11111 71, 72. 1111, 116, 118.1112 1711. 2117 2118, 2711 C1111.11,11.1111y 111, -111. 1111, 11111, 121. 1311. 131 155. 157, 162. 1711. 2117. 21111, 2771 2152 C1111111111g11, my 1111, 1711 1 111 1 11 1:11111 1.. 1 11.11 '1'111:11s, 11155 11.111111N 111 C11111-1, 11.11111 1711 11.-11111111-1. 11111111 251 1:11.1111113111.x1N. 11115. 11115111 13 1:11.1,1m.111. s111- 21a 131111.11-,. s1.1-1,1 2111 1I111rr1'11.1.1c11111-111111 155, 21'1 1'11111'1"1'1, MKS. 1.YXN1i'1"1'E 213, 52 111111. A111-11 1711 111111. 111111 2111 111111. 1111ni1'.1 21111 1I1111w, 1.11111 2117 1111111,1X.1111' 251 111r1-11-1111111.11111111 '711. 11I,21'1 5,1111-11-11-1-11.1.111'r1 2.11 C C I :1,.,,.11f, 1111111 .11111s1'1:vsow, 11115. 11A11J0111u 117, 111.-111111. 11.111.1y 237 fl111r11,.111--in 251 1:1.1111,1:11111111 1711 111.111, 1th.1f11-111 1711 lurk. 114-1 7'1. 1117. 210 11111. 11111 123.2117 111f1,.11m 237 111,. N,1111.-n 112.117 11111,.11.11.111111111.- 237 111y,..11. 1:1.11.11n1- 251 1.11-...11,1111.1 237 1111111111-.'r.-rw 210 1.111-11511. 11111, 1113. 231 11111111I,'1111r11 251 111ulivr.1':1111 212.1111 1511. 152. 2211 111113 1111111111 90, 111,151,237.'266 11111,1.111r11 72. 1111,125. 171, 2118 111n11S. 1'I.1rm1'n 237 I11r1'.11-rm' 251 111-111111. 11111111- 220 111-11r:111, 11111 82. 115. 2211. 278 11.-. lay 110. 152 111-. ,111hn 1111. 237 11111-y. 151-111111.1 171 ..11.1y. 1311111111 232 1111v11x.1I11r1, 252 1111-. 11111111111 2211 1111-.1211-11 111,171 1111-. 51-1111 171 11111m:111. 1I11vi11 1111. 237 1111-rn:1n.l,11rrv 2211 01.1'IS.'1111. 11013 25 1113 111.I.1N5. M155 '1'1'11I1.f11-X 111 111x1n.S111r11-V 31.1111,111.135.234, 237 o 111.11-1111, 1:11111y 25- 1111111111-. 1111-11 31.1, 2211 1111111-r. 11.1111 133, 2517, 252 111-1111. 1:11-1 2211 1rNX111.1.Y. 11115. 1"A'1'111C1'1 106 1111111111 1511111111 252 .1.1111.11. 111111.11 171 1111sl:1n1i11. 1I1111r1. 211, 237 111111. 1.11-11-rly 77, 1111, 122. 2211 111111. 1.11111z1 252 111111. K11111y 2211 131. 2211 111111.-1. 111111g1.1. 171 1111111-r, P11111 171 .,1,,.1-1. 111.1 237 11111i11k, 1211111 252 11rr:11111. .11111in1- 2. . gf: -1 '11.-1111111 51111111.11 1117. -211 1111X11'1"1'. mss 1f,w1-1 311 11.-1.1.11 252 1111.111 111111 517 11111111111 s1.-1-.- 2.1. .11.11.1.1.11.-111.11 252 111111111-. 1':1mw1.1 311. '16, 161, 171, 2113 I low-rl. 111111y 71 I1111'11n. T1111 1511. 171 11x.111-111111- 311. 2211. 2118 .w..11111y 112. 2211 111, s1.-1.- 171 1-N.-11.,.1i111111a1 237 1111111111 s1...1.1 2211 1.11g.1:.-.11 171 1111. 1111111 252 1111. 131.121-1 1TI 1.1m.1f,11.1 252 11.v11,.., 111111 252. 11615 Ir11111'11r11. 11.111- 125. 232 r.111111r11. 1'11111 011. 21211 11-1-1. 11111 1111. 237. 216 . X. 111-1111-l1i.111i. K.. . 211. 120. 130 11..111.1,. 111.111 111. 237 21i1'1'1-15, 11115. 11.xx1N1c f11.1.,. 111.111.1111 nz, '111 1Ir11a11'y,1'1111 252 Crux-, 11111111 56.111 151 1:1..-..1..1..11.- :211 111.1111-11. N11111-y 232 111011111-1. 111111 1111. 2211 1:.1.1.1y. 11.1111 237 f.11I11N1111.1.11r11l 231 511. 511. :117 -"111 151.171 y Cu11i:on.YVzlndlx 220 Cunningham, Dawn 115 cunningham. Debra 75, 76, ua, 121, 137, 172 Cunningham, Gina 220 Curran. Hope 113 cusm, Leonard 237 D Dahlgren, Jerry 59,98,172,208 D'Ambrosia, Julie 90, 111, 154, 237 D'Ambrosi.1, Mary Anne 77, 90, Ll2, 117, 118, 123. 154. 172 Damien. C ymhin 72, 80, 119. 2211 Daniels, Sally 9, 49, 95, 111, 215, 221 1J1mmn.'rm1 252 r1uquilf.me,'rhm5a 172 LJMLC, Linda 237 umuw, Brad 125, 221 Durlon, Greg 72, 75, 118 Darnell, E11 115, 221 DurneIl.1.in:1a 252 Unschrl. Michael HT, 252 Duvcnpurl,1'au1 eau Davenport, Imm-ne 221 David, .Icr Davies, R. yl 221 nlncy 91 DAVIS, MH. BHITT 34, 107, 155 Ilavia, Charlene 113, 252 I7nvi:l,C1'mr1es 238 111wis,I7L1n 252 Ihwis Du 'lr 252 V 7 f - mm, Lorraine 122. 252 nam, Pam 238 mm, Mum 101, 221, 238 DAVIS, mms. ROWENA 34. 104 mw, Nhk naw, Bill . 'C 82, 111, 221, 286 87, 154, 252 1l.xw1n,1ioger 221 11001, Kmhlfen 172 Dean, Dia lk-nn, Car nc 172 y asa lh-un. Mikv 221 r:1mm,,lm.an.- 221 Iilsum, Jim 64, mu, 145. 154, 173. 210 1-I1ston,Jo Q53 Iimig, Jams, 151 253 r:mnmn,, Sulliv 253 I-Lmm, John sa, 12, 76, 118, 121, 174 umm.xval1a1.m 238 EngSlmm,1'enny 221 Enmislc, Run 86. 107. 154, 238 lirrlnmnn. Dnrnlhm 103, 116, 238 1-In1mann Exif-ksnn, Erickson, Pirinkwn, lfrirkson. ERLAND . Imfm-llv 253. zoo czhm.-ml ns, 110,233 rmkalce 221 amy 253 Kim-1. 253 SON, MR. GILUERT 59 Hmm, Ja.-qw 113, 253. zoa Esm..n.,crm1av 253 Eim,.1f.,1Ay11.n. 2:1 Fstrmlu, Mry 32, 221 Eulny. Im by :su I-IURICH, MR. GERALD 26, 31 Evans, Diane 253 Iivuns, Jamirm- 253 Evans. Juan 110, 161, 171. 269 1-Nuns, Laurie vs mms, Lum.-1 171 Evcrhcnn, vafwm. 103. 221 mm, .-mlm mo, 110,17-1, Rum, 'rom 253 Ewing. James 82, fn, lm. 149, 154, 238 Fnhl, Vnmla 253 lfd nr her, Russell 238 1".xruh. Ilavhl 221 Fm.-y. U elvhic 171 nfl.-v,N1...fy :sa Fnrrv11.S1x:xwn 2321 Fast. Dm Fnstr-lin. .Y 72, 122. 174 Nfmfy 174 Im.-fk. Bryan 252 1'7cc1n1nrr1,Dzln 238 l7r3en1s,Gru'g 238 num, Juniru 221 mm.-Ur, nm. 87. 154, 254 IJUMK-ur, Donna ss. ms, 151, 221, 268 1J.m.mf, Kuna1r1 87. 252 Iv.-mmh.r:im1y aaa mnny, J.-ff 252 1mmv,Kmf-n us. 110.221 Fwllw.-f, sum 17.1 r,w1mT,MRS. JANET ss. 34 Fmf-lmi. sum. 43, 222 F:-nlvrxph-l,11r'1urn mrs rn-mm. C,-mlm. 222 I-u-ffP1u.xx'n,-up 253 FERRY, my CLIFFORD 37, as lfmag. Juym- :sn Fa.-lL1Q.nm..cf. 253 Fn1Wk,l,an.1.. 175 lla-xwxnnrc, Rivhanl 221 Dr'rzmlv.ul, Cynthia 221 Dnrunluau, Denis 252 Dv-rlxy, 1'1L-Mhcr 40, 67, 131, 238 Ihr:-rs, Bun-e 107. 115. 155 In-If-rs, Ju Hn 252. 256 I7vWi!z, 11N-mln 252 nl-xl-mo, Mmm 115,172,208 mvmmg, Chrii 172 D4-Yuung, mm 172, 208, 268 mvmmg. I,aRim 252 lh-Ynung. Lynn 221 Dnzvll. mu 238 Dir-kinsnn, swim 111, 117, 121. 235, 235. 266 llirkmn 'hxnnon " . 5 . .as Diurking. Dwight 72 Dillvr' umm 47.51, 125,133,252 1, Iwalmf-1f,, Chris 111. 238 Iiilmrvtu, Crvg 100, 110, 116, 151, 172. ZIIK llihvrvlu. Vinvr' 252 l1i1nnff,11.u.m- 111. 116. 172, 308 llimoff. Dmxnnc 40, '11, 233, 238 Ilimnff. Don 512, 217, 221 Fill--r, 1-iilw-n 253 Finrh. Ylvmn 1.5 Finncrly. Ron 175 Viwlu-r. Hvth 157. 217, 222 mfh, mag 64, m, nz, 122, I2-1, 125. 143, IU, 216. 222. 271, 2711 vim. KM,-H 238. 268 Fung. Ca Fl.-ming. r'1.-wh.-f. ry 253 num 253 Mwar 253 FIJTIIRUFT. MR. MNXRYIX 21 PMN, fi I-'1..1mmy. Fel,-5, Lu Funmm.. lmrln-Q 253 Tum 235. 23B um 253 Patti ITS, 265. 270. 2811 I-Emi. H.xm1-ulph lla. BR FORD. HK. 1lU1i1'1R'1' 59. 36. IW Fnrd, in-vu-n EG. 238 rum. sm 172 1vf,:,,..n4w1skf 252 110.111, mm 81,110,252 1mf.,1.1, Swv 2:1 lr..zg.Imam..- 172 1m..11.n, John 103,221 DnI1m.'Vlikv 252 noN.uIl'E. NIR, PETER 34 Im.,m1.l5.m, Carol 113, 238 l1.mkin,Im 77. 1211, 122,125 221 llunkin, x1..f.m-Q 120, 221 lmn.-11. N1M.m-np 252. zoo nmmfll, om. ao.11n,151.221 I!nug1a,.I7vIvlvin ss. 110. IG3,l73,1f1H,2U8 lwmm, Knrvn 221 lwmkp, P.-my 221 lsr.-mmlm, 'rim 0, 12.113 Ilrvxci.11rsnn 87.151152 ITrvx1v'n.lf:lrrnl 2314 ln,-41.-H. Lmm lOl, 173 nr,-.1.-n. Rnzwr sl, nn. 125. 235 1wm.w..I.-4.11.1 238 lmfww, x1a.-nm 233 IYml4l1-r.fI-wvzni aa. 221 1v...1.lengm, Ymm 31.173 rmm1.1angm., xmlm 125, 22x Du-Ivk, num 221 Ilnggam. rznylfnf 221 rmggz.,-,r.n11. 173 Im..mfm.1:0wm.- 253 m'wnrmm2, Miss noumu-iv 21 m..mn. R011 mm. mx. 221 l1xll1fnr:1.Mzlri1yn 238 I1nnk,I:xnr'l m.1n3,173 mfmn. n.-my we ummm. Iwmx 81. 140, 253 n,,1.-L,r:1.ml 253 nw.-L. Em 253 1m.xn..fy. K.-H 238 lwm. Mn. 'rrlomas Nm. az. 151 E mfL1:.,1,.'n 221 MRLY, uk. 'rom 73 mm.'5f. naw 173, 200 EW. Im 173 mf.,.rmw.1xmy1 221 mgvlmx, rm-.1 238 EATON. MRS. 'MARY 102 mum, 'Mary 253 rilm., 'r..1,y 253 Em.m,x'afg1nau fm, 221 mm. Im- 221 rt-xml. sum, 120. 221 mangmn.T1w.,1n fm Iz.m.f.1s, D1-uni, 253 1-Zfzfzmw, Mus. ur..-mvs 43 m.-I.-r, 1x1.f1,m aa, wx. 173 mm, 'sms.Jos1a1'Hlw: 52 mhxwm. JW- 92. 151,221 Fiml, Kmh 221 na..-nmvk. can-I 253 I-1llmn,Leonn 253 r:n,Jm1v 115,173 Elliln-v. Jmmna me E1laf.u.Jmn 173 Ellion, Ilnlmrl 253 ELLIS. MR. ALAN so, 87, 112. 137, 207 1:I1lis,Brurc 221 I-gms, nm. 221 flIlism1,1,n-allm 113 E1Iisnn,Mnniru 253 r:Lmmus. Am. HAROLD 42, 87 1ilm.,ff,1cn1,m zzz. 145. l51. 2:1 F..,.,'m, lil-In-rx az, IS1, 222 Pm., sm- :ss F....f.1i. ,llmaf1- 111, 211, 222 ms'1+:R.x11sQ.sE.xx zu Fun:-r, Tim 238 F.,,wm1m. fznm,-n ms, 222. 2611 I-mms. Dimmu 253 m..Q. shin.-y 111. 222 FM. niumfi. 222 IHA. Hu-.1-II 18.36.222 Ffihhpf. nf...-p 41. 175 vm- K.'m.N 222 llri-rhnmn. Pzmla 253 rffamn, rmmif- rmnn. f:.'.,fgxf 27.8 A 253 Ivy, uma 222 Fujnm. In.f1.1.f Vujixm, lwwm. 1-w.jan.,. rzf.-ug Fujinu, un.- A 196, 253. 268 lm, l56. 253 'ISK SR. 222. 231 1'ulI1-r.l'vnthin 53, 238 of! 1'un12,lMrl:'nr- G llulmu-r. lm..-I I 53. 86. 222 fC.nIIvr.uir1x, 'Warp 115, 1142, 1217, 238 l,.xI1.xglu-r. Dmuirl 222. 2158 f ..nlIv-nlxnv. 171m n WI. 2l.. 222 4:..Im.v.-i, lum- 4:..m..-.-i. amy BT, 1111.251 222 111.222, 271 4ml..f.'a. rm., mmm.. Rm- 251 uamm, w1.m-,- 238 rm,-in. Ang.-I 251 mf!-ag., xmh.,n,' :sn lhrfizx, Lmxrrh 4:..fm-r. Duzxyn 4l1m1-u, Huh flnrlmrl, Srvvv lF.xrrir1u.Nn-hu tlurn-nn, 171111- Puny llxxrxillv f:.n'l,uH. mc fp.-au. I'4ml 31 rzpzm.-f. 'rum rs.-mm, 14.1.11 mnmr,-. mmy rn-nfgP.JU1m -N 175 c' 13N 1222 2111 H YXU 72. 82. ll6. 1121. 230 118. 222 S. ILXRISAIIA 38. 08. WV. IW! . 222 175 351. 222 222, 226 57. 67, 115. 131. 215. 222. 2721 I' -n, llun 61. 65. 170, 175. 207 ,vu Gm-n'n,.1llmv: Gvn-u. N.mry Cvrf-nv lwgm. 151. 254 222 230 I,r1mngvr.'VI:nrw 254 Cizunxmrw, Nirk 116. ITS. 23l Cimnnun--. I'.mI 116. 239 4li114.nn. 1401: I.. V. . 2311 w fvlmm. Kznlhiv L51 . .,-1., .mg fnlvson, I.:uxrxu' 1411, 105. 2122, .. , . Gif-mx.Dvl1nif 233 CRHN-neon. I'zxHi 251 CiH.I5uvi1I 81.110, 251 f,xIl.Ib1-Muir 222 Cillizun. N wwf l.5 flillil-4, Dvnnis 08. 115. 210, 222 Cillnmn, Vick Gilpin, Cim! ir 175 Q 1 y 31 CiIrny.Bar1mra 251 Giunlaxm. Car lim' 251 Giunlann, Steve 70, 72. 74, Tu, 16, 111, 1I8 Ill 168 1 U , 75, 2:17, 27 fpam.1Z.n.-.1xmy uv rpamux, D1-niw 251 Uirmw, Yum: lu 339 lliah, Stun 96,1IW, 145, 154. 155,175 210 Gninm, Juhn 239 Ciusli. Miclmn-l 222 flhulfulnl.-r, Debra 76 fJl.x4lfn-ILM-r. Rzxmlnll 254 CLASCUXV, MHS. LESLEY 35 Clunn. Sha-rri 101, 176, 268 127 f,1nv.-r, J off 113, 230 Uni:-w-'51, Barham 37, 90, HU, 116, 151 210 Cxlicwmz. Chris 111, 222 Colden, Yivki 254 fold ly I s y, Harland 239 Gonzalez, Almm 71, 72, 76, 118, 176 fIunmlez,Pm-11:0 254 rgmnlnxf, cp.m.l1.1l. cumlnll, Goodall, Hill 82, 222 Allnn 222 Cm-Ivslc 254, 268 Richard 176 U oml wi n, Barbara 254 Cumlmin. Could, K I Mikv 86,239 imlwrlrc 176 lnnlnn, D-'Immh 222 Curx1nn,,1nn 08, 1141. 116.176, 207 210 Fu k X mln: , - a, Va - 89, 25-1- Unswu, lxzntn- 115, 116 GOTTSCH, URS. HELEN 102 lluulll. Lien 155. 254 Grave, Dclvlviv 1241, 222 flmhum. flmhnm. Jon 254 Jny 176, am. 271 f1KANT.MISS DOROTHY Al Cram, Cary 72, 82. 118. 222 Grant. Cuylc 61. 239. 260, 268 Umm. Sl Umm Sh xzmrnu 42, 105, 222 vny 9, 67, 232. 215, 251 Cmy,17nrylP 251 r:m,x1ak.- 176 Ilrurn. R ick 176 r.wnlun.1, Rufky no can-.-nlw.x1akf 170 fZriI:111r-. Cribhlre. Limln 25-1 Shirley 239,266 Gri1'fin,Mikc 231 f,figgs,l1.nm- 254 4:faggi.Jmj1-an 230 Crimuln1i.J:-If 239 mamN,s1.vv.1 239 Grimm. D1-hhie 254 Gramm, um- 222 cznomx. mc, uowixnn 32. 33 fzmh, mmap 114.123, 125, 239 rzmh, Linda 72, 77, 122. 254 cms, unlpl. 254 aww, 'um 115 cmmf Iwggy 125.133 251 mfr.-y, rm 176 mann. rum 101,176,207 o..inm.,IU1m 148. 230 f:..1,wnm,.f. J.-an 254 fL..l,..-n mpf, Larry 230 Cnllifnnl, Phillip 176 Gumlu-n, Richard 44 ffmwn-n. 1'zml 177 Gunn-r, hvnnxi I.. Clm!r'r.17un1m 230 Gunn-r. J Curw-ll. my 251 umm 239.200 Cum-hmv. Tim 239 my, nv.- ky 230 my. Rm, 251 Cui1li11m,Yif'ki zxo H Hmm. Donna 222 Hn1knllmrn.Sy1vi:1 222 mfkm, rw.-Hap 222 1r1..111.,fk,f:r.-,gp 230 :mix-y, Craig 254 mm.-f, John F12,l50. 154. 222 umm, I..-ann 251 rr-xccLl'Nn, MR. JUSTIN 48 Hninns. candy 254 HMI. Huh 118. 239 Hz11l.Dnn 82, 116154, 160, 163, ITT. 207 HAH, Dnnnxx 251 11-KLI.. MRF, EYID 31 Hull. Larry 177. 2TO Hall, Wikr- 222 vc' 86. l5l, 239 111411. Sic Hnllwuy, Rhmln 102 llalmmm. Cu-gory 41, 230 Hxlmillrm, Caxylv 251 mm 1 mm 1 . cznwyl 222 ummm. K1-ith 222 1'1zln1ruun4l.13l:lh sa. 112, 143,111.17 mu, 273 Hf.m,..-n, Ennm- 110,222 1'1:nrnpImx.,1m'kin' 222 mm,.1..,., mmm 223 H.zmptnn,Rir1mrL1 Qso 11.mr1snkr'r.1,im1u 223 i11mx.0y,.1.,.: 177 - 1I.mwn Allurlu- 254 00,254- llunwn. Cam! Yhmwn, Chns 223 Ilunwn. K1mu1 61 Ilzmwu, K--hh l51. 223 FN, fVlK5.FAlf1. 45 11.KN5'. Iluflr-r,I1inm1u 234 Hdnling, Ilnnnu 65. 177. am, 273 n..f.1mg. Jfmaff lx. 2:3 7, 207. Hnr41ing:.1Anifv'N1. 'l6.11l. 110. 120. 223 r11.f.za.m,,1U,xnn nm. 125, 254 Hzmling, ,Iuhn HT, 151, 251 llkmling, Vlxu-lm 1115. 161, 177 lLu-Yingg. Sumly HB, 210 Hzmly. Cknrmvn 266, 268. 260 Ilzmlv. Inn:-I 11, 219, 251- 11.nmon. Rzununu 223 Ilurlwr. Ilnnnn 251 11urrix. Chriwi 111, 217, 223 lI,1m.,1'..mf-I., 13-v mm, rw.-.W 251 rrmag. 'r.-my 217. 255 srmax.-K.. rnwy Qss mma1..n. Ra.f1...f.1 me 1l,nrr1..m. Fumn 230 m.rr.J..1a.mn no. lm, lm, Qm, can mm.-11. ln.-nn.. 223 m.m..i,x1nw ass rl..Qfm,.1.i.,.1.. 255 xmmv. 'xl 230 11.11.111-,1.af.4l1. 223 rfm.g:m11,Amf 111,239 Hzuxwrh, Nancy 115, 239 1iMLa..f. ljcmniu 178 ln...-mf. Peggy 223 H.n1-n, umm. 255 lim.-n, on-g av, 154, 239 lm-uns, 15.-mac oe, 111, 217, 223, 273 lim-kim, lm., 95, 223 mmkans, 'rhnmu 81, 223, 255 my, Pm 87, 255 m.ynsha,1s1iyok0 255 Hayes, Joe 87 Hnyzlen, candy 239 Hayman, Nancy 173 Head, um 223 llvml, Elaine 239 11:-inr, Lynda 73 H.-11.-f, Carolyn 154, 217, 223 116110, um 223 11.f1mff,Tim zav Hr-lquist, Dnvial 223 lu-1uS,1nm1 239 Ilcnnlcrsnn, Patrick 11.-m1m0n,RE1,Wn 178 Henderson, Roberta H, 125, 154, 115, 207, 210, . In-mlf.-n, mfhclc 239 Ilcnirk, Luum 178 1'1cnick,Tnri 103, 240 xfpnnang.-f,xm.11 223 Hvnry, smve 240 11c'nry,V:x1nric 255 Henry, Vnnom un, 240 Hvnry, Vivian 255 Hr-ns1cy,Knn 24,135,178 1-mn, 'rom 75, 116, 113, 121, mx, 270 Imguf, R. Virginia ess HL-rrmnnn,1.isa 111, 112, 91. 157, 223, 270 110, 117, 120, 123. 268 116. 240 Herrmann, Pxnxl 48. 100, 132, 133, 154, 178. ZZIU. 270 Ilwsgurul, Virkic 255 Hes'-, Cary 223 Hv:ss,S1lurric 255 Hess. Stanley 178 111-uchcrl, Rudolph 32, 72. T9, 119, 178 Hivks, Russ 175 Hilmlcrlxmnd, Terry 240 Hilclcnhmnfl, Rodney 98, 109, 154, 155, 179, 210, 266, 272 Hill, Cheryl 179 Hill, Dave 87.154, 255 Hill, Erl 105, 223 Hill, Cuy 64,111, 117, 125. 150, 154, 216, 223, 271, 27B Hill..1vff ITU HILL, DR, LUCILLE 35 Hill, Mark 223 Hill, Mvlisia 223 11i1l, Scot! 96,179 Hillrr, Mark 240 HII,I1EY,MR.I0HN 38 Hinvr, Donna 255 Hinklc. Dun 240 Hinkh-.D01J1Ji0 104, 115, 125. 176,177 Hinrirhs. Dlcna 255 1"1i!rhm'k,Flnr0nCfv 179 Hmlgns. Dnnirl 224 Iludsnn. Cindy 179 Hmlsnn, Patti 221 Hmlson, Tcrrie 224 Huorman. Karen 116, 255 1Inflmzm,Dnlc 179 Hufsivl!r'r.1.ml.-Xnn 221 Half- BLU-k and Mark I'a1mf-r I-mpha-in' Ihr- -hor! and Inn: 'lf il- Index 291 1111g111.111111111 '255 11111g111,T11111 210 1-11111111111,:1111111 ITU 1111111111111. 111111 221 11111111111111.r'1111- 225 1111111111, 1111111111 224 11111111-1. C1111 224 111111111, 111111 255 1-111111111, 111111 1711 1-1111111111, 11111111 1411. 255 1-1111111111.J1111 1711 1111111111-1. 111111 117, 255 111111111.11,111n 255 1-11.11n11, 12111 132. 224 11111-111111, 11111111 on, 116. 17f1 11111111111 K1111 fm, 225 H11111111111,1:111111 112. 221 1-11111, 111111.11 170 H1111111111. n111111 11, 55, 116. 137, 151.2211 1111,.11f1,111,111n 72, 80. 11111. 1111, 11-1, 121, 17-1, 2111, 2112 1-111111111, T1111 255 1111111111. 14111111 21111 11111111111.11.11111 224 1151111111, C1111 221 11o11'11111v.'1111S.11R1.11N 32 111111111, 111121111111 1115, 111. 117, 119. 1211. 122.123.2111 111111. S111 1115. 1111, 121, 1110, 210 1111115111111 1110 1-111111111111111.1.11 2111 11111111111111. 71111111 255 1111111111 1111-111 115, 1224 1111111111-.1111115 255 1-1111f1111. 51111111 255 1111ff1n1111, 11111 35.111, 1411 11111111111 C111 44.11111 111111111-1.11111n 154 1-1111111111, 1111 511.111.1111 1211. 125, 127. 240 1-111111111s.'11111y 255 11111. F11 224 111111,1'111111111 111.233.1110 1111111. 111111 1115. 221 H11111111111 255 H1111111111.111111 11111 H111n111111.,111111 112. 1111. 125, 221, 2511 1111111111111.11'11111 256 1-111111111, 01111 21, 55.115, 116. 1111. 151. 151, 221 H111111111. 11.111111 125,256 111111111.F1n1111 2111. 263 111111111. 015111 112. 131.151, 155. 221 111111111.111111- 117, 255 111111111y, 1111111111 102 111111111 11.11111 255 11111111v.1m1111111 255 1-11-111, 11111111 35, 256 I 111111111111-11, B111 22-1 111111, 1111111 221 1111-111, 11111 221 11111111111. 11111 11111 111111111111. C1111111 233, 2110 111111111111.1111y11111111 11111 11111111111 Cliff 55,56,151, 1111 11111111111,111111111 2111 11111C11,c111111111 224 111111, 011111 119, 1111 1111111g1,1'11111 11,224 111S11,111n11y 154 111s11,11111111111 151 111C1111111,111111y 102 1111111,w111111m 2511 11111-11, 111111 1211 111111, 51111111 59, 96, 105. 224 1111111, 11111111111 224 11111, 1111111110 256 J 1ACKSON,MR. GARY 59 Jnrkson. Sr1111r1 240 Jarohson, Curris 125, 224 J111-nby,J11ck 224 J1111111, 111111111 2111 Jnhn, 511111 1124 1111151-, 12111-1111 61. 1119, 115, 1111. 256 11111111,1.y1111 240 Jarvis 1-1i'1:1 233 2-10,266 ,,r11 ., J111111111,S1111111 2511 111111111, Yinu: 93. 96. 112, 142, 143. 224 11-511111. 11111111111 256 JENKINS, Jvnsvn, 1511- :1111s. 121.1,13N 31,119,136 11111 1111 .1r'11se-r1.1J11vv 270 111111-11, 1:11111 1111 Jcnwn. 1.1-1- 256 11-111111,11111y 210 1111111-11, 111111 43, 224 111111111, c11.1111-1 5, 311, 1111, 210 J111111n,c11111111 210 ,1111111n, 1411111111 2111 .1211111n. Kir 1'mrr1 107 11-1111111.11111 1117, 210 J111111111111, 11111111 256 ,1oHN:-1. 21111. E1111'.4RD 48 111111111111, 1111111 151 111111121111, 11111111 1111 J111111s1111, 111111.11 I11.21'1,221. 209, ZTE In11n11111,111111 255 J1111n11111,1111v1 2411 J.11111:1111.11111111v1.11 224 28 ,1nhn7on nct W6 nhn 11n 1 1 H ,11111ns11n 111' 'JH .1n11n:11n n1-1 71 Jnhn-ann. . Jf1h11sm1, , .111hnsnn. Jnhnmn. '1 2 6 1rf-111 ' lip 1 ' ' 87. F1 .11-nhnmn, 111155:-11 221 JUHNSON. '11R, ERIC 5 . In -1 .1 5 , .11' 241 Juhnwoxx. K1-E111 7, 256 . L:-s ' , 224 1 1.1 1. Ligi- Iic. 5 11 1 IBI P1111 22 Iiwk Zz! 1 Juhnsnn. S1 m11P1 1111. 2111 Jnhnaon, 51111111 fl. 56, 65, 98, '90, 100. 216. 221. .1ohns11n. S1 Jr1h11111n. S1 ETH 1-vv 240 1-vu-17. 1F11 ,111111111111, 51111111 111, 215, 224. 2415. 271 11111111511 7111111 255 1111111.1111, 1111 263 15111111111, 111115 2411, 260 Joh11:111n. ril .-11. R1 .11.1111111111.11111 2111 1 J1111n:mn1', inn 115. 181 .lc11111v111n1-, T1-rri 224 .1o1i.f?nr1111n 256 1111111y, 0111.1 221 111111-151111111 2111 11.111-1, A111111-1 2111 111111-1. 111111111111 256 1111115.11111 181 .1111111,1'111y 2111, 268 Kim 111m-.. Jun:-5, Jnhn .111n1-5,.11x111e .l11n11s. Km 'I6,1f1fl,11U.1H1, 210 118. 149. 224 2.16 181 1111ns, 1 Cl'l'QI HLl1X'Ol'S011 Mark " . "Z, T5,11I,112, 1.1 2411 230 1 111 1 111118. 2 , , J111111, 11111 139. 2-111 J0n1:5,1i11'h:1r11 50, 112, 117, 1'l2,1 142, 143. 111. 221. 271 Jn11l11v1, 'I'11m 11112111 ,I1111r1mgan. J1111-11111 256 ,11111g. 111111. 1111, 113. 2111 111111. R111111111 1111. 2111 .111nk1-r, Vlnrk 111. 210 Kuipnla, Hr-111n11 122, 211, 268 Kniwr. Kim 87 11111g1111. 1111111111y 72, 73, 7n. 111, 1112, 120. 221, 267 1c11,.111111n1111.11.11111 211 K111'rr'r,Chri- 211 Knrrc-r. K1-111 I82 K111111111. 111111111111 182 K11rtQ1nr:1, J11111- 721, T6 Ka-r11,1111nier 224 K11y, '1'11111y '111. 112. 224 Knys. 1111111111 TT. 122. 211 K11z1111ik11,Ynnn51- 51, 1111, 123 Kwhfli, S11-11111 11. 211 K1'1I1-r. firrg 8, 18, Tl, 72, 82, lflf. IIB. 151, 182 K111I1-r, 1.11r1 256 Kr'1lr'y,13r111l1 81143, 151,181 211 Kvllvv. Gary BU. 231 K11Il1-y K1-Ily, K1-I115. 11111-11. K1-Iinv K1-lim' .511-11 117, 2511 11111111111 224 1111111 1112 11111111 241 1.11111111 250 1, T111-111111 11-12 K1-mrcr. 111-11rz1 256 1 Krfm. Kvnl. en-111 Kvrn. K1-1111. K1-wa, K 111-11-., Krwin 1.56 1111111 221 -111.01111 IU3 Ur:-111411 250 Mark 'Ill V11-11 52. 211 .1111111 182 11111-111,111.1111111Q 255 11111111111-111111 2511 Ki1i1I, 1111111-11 225 141.1111-1. 111111111 1112 1111-:N1-1111-L11, 11155 11411011 RB 1111-11111. 11111111111 2011 141111111-1-.1:11111,1 2511 K111111111.1111111 230 1111111 mms. 111111-1111 1212 1111. JNCK 10, 211 Ki11n1'11r, 1111111111 2311 Ki1r111-111, 111111 211 111111111 trirk. 111111 241 K111n1z1111.1Kar1mr11 2511 K11111w1-1. L1Im 40, 122. Znf K11-1111 Klein, Klnnkv Klurzd 1 131111.11 111. 115. 217, 225 11111111 ou, 111, 116. 225, 26B . D1111111- 17, 11111, 241 ,1.y1111 Q25 K1111151111111111,111111 225 111111111. u1111g11 1111, 117,125,241 25. and R1c'11111'd 1111111119141 work on 11141 111111 1111155 111 511011. 112, 1 1 273, 274- 141111-11111111,1111y 87 111111111 1311- 21,2511 1411111111,1111y 211 11x1n"1'5, 11155 K,-XTHRYN 1111. 135 111111111111 225 KNUUSEN, 11111. JACK 52, 133, 84 Handy 871 154, 256 141111115111 111111111111,111111 163, 182 K1111111111, C1151 119, 235, 241 141111151111,r112111, 256 14111111511. 11111112 257 K11. 15111 1112 K11111, 0111- 91, 151, 155, 182 1i11u111Q1,111111111 1112 K1111ey. 111111 257 1111111. 1111115 1112 11511111.1511 225 ' 141111s1111,J111e 1111, 225 1411511111-111111, r11111111e1 183 1c1111111111,1s1511 1115 1i111111111111n,111111111C 257 K11111. c11111y11 211 K1111111, 1.1111121115 91,151, 154, 241 141111211 1111111115 101, 225 111111-1411, 1111111 225 1111111, 1111111 119, 120, 241, 259 14111111,11111g 183 511111111 205, 257 K111111, K111111, 111111111 241 K111111, 11111 11111, 1113 1411111.111111y11 257 11111111. 111.11-11 241 1111111111-11, N11111y 1011, 110,183,206,207 210, 283 K1111n,N1111cy 183 L 1.111111111111110 257 1.111111, P1111 225 1.111111111111111 257 111111111, 1.1111 1113 1.1111115,1g1111 211 111111, 11111 115, 154, 225 L1111.-, 51111111 1113 111111111, 111111 11111, 1411, 2111 1.111111,S111511 ms, 1111, 181, 207, 210 111111111-11.1'11111 1114 L1111111111, 1.1111 55, 51, 55, 72, vs, 110, 110, 119. 160, 1114, 207, 2111, 2115, 2117, 271 L1111111-1141111111 211 11.1w11us, 11115. T1-11111111 as 1,11111C11, 131111111 257 111111, r:11y11- 1114 1.1111,1111111, 51101111 us, 1111, 1114, 210, 2511. 111111111111 13111111111 117, 257 1.1111111111 1111111111-1 107, 184 1.1.1111,111-111111 113, 211 L11111111, 111111 11, 1113, 125, 101, 225 111111111, L111.11 1111 L11111111. M1111 130 1.1111.11, 5111111111 257 :1rss1111, Anno 93. 184 L i.:1r5sun. ,1u,111nc-1111 72, 257 11111111-L. N11111y 181. 1,11541l11r, 111111111 181 1,111.1111, 1111 181 1Al'C1'11,1N, MK. RICHARD 1,z1111'1:nrc'. Dawn 211 11111111.1111-g 1111 1,n11wi1l, Gary 1451, 241 I.1':1f. 111-nnis 11111 1.11.11111111111111,1111111-1 1115 1.1-111111, K11r1111 100, 225 1,1111-11. s11-1-1- 211 1,111r1111. 111111111111 1111 296 24. 25, 26, 276 1,1-1111-1,J1111 241 1.1-11.1111111111 211 1.1-11, 111111 fm.1111,11n,1111.2111 1:11111 911. 1111, 2511. 219, 21111 1.1111,11.1y110111 225 . 55111111y 1111, 1411. 257 1.111-. 5111111111 11-15 1.01 511-1111 110,112,131 1115, 1.u1:, 1.11- 2111 1.1111k, C1iff1wr1l 257 1.1-11,1111 117,257 1,1111n11,1.1111111 257 1.1-151111-,1111111 '257 1.1:m1E11Y, 11115. 1111111 15. 47, 1113 1,1-111111, T11111 1115 1.1-1111, 111111111 37, 53, 211, 266 1.1-11111-111. 511-1111 225 1.1-11111111,'1'11111 241 111111g.1111,1 257 1.1-11111-1, 111111111111 1117, 211 1.1-11-111-1. 1.11111-1-11 163. 1115 1.1-.1111.1'11n 2.11 111-.1111.'r11111 151, 225 111-1111111-11, 1:11111 2-11 111-1111. C1111111 211 1.1-1111, 111111111 225 111111, 11111 211 1.1-11111,1v111111111 1115 11111.111,1:1111 112, 115, 151, 155 15151. 21111111 257 1.1111111S. 5111111111 42. 241 1111.1-11.111-11 125 111111, 12111111111 1115 L111111,111111111 257 1.1N11R11, 11111. 1-11111111.11 28 L1111111111111. c11111y 257, 268 1,111111,1.1111 112, 117. 122, 1115 1,1N111.Rv, 11115. 11011211111 1115 111111111111s1.1.1111111 257 L11111111. 111111111 011,225 1,11111,111-11111 241 1,11111,c11111111- 1115 L111111. 511111111 241 L1111111. 1.1111111111 54, 77, 117. 122, 1 1215, 268 1.11. 1111111 257 L1111111, 1111111111111 on. 125, 257. 2m 111111, J111 211 111111. J1111 1555 1.1111111,,111111- 257 L11111111111. M1111 154, 1115 111111111111. 111111111 125, 241, 250 1,1111111vy11. 0111111 L11111.11.T111n 241 1.11112.111111v 257 111111, 1,111.11 1115. 185. 210. 260 ,1111g,1111111111- 211 11111, 11.111 225 185 1 1 1 1111111111.,1,11111 257 1,111111111.11111y 2111 1 1 1 1 11,11-1.13.1111.1111 111.1 .111.111111.11111.111111 225 211 225 ,111.-1111-11. 11.11111 11.11-111.1-11. 511-11- 1.1111-511111,1111111111 1115 111.1111111,1.11111- 125. 257 1.1111111111y,111-1111 257 1.111111111112111 186 L1111111, 1131111111 us, 11111, 110, 1.111111-.111111-1 211 111111111 1115 186, 212 1,1.1111-, 1,111111-. x11111-11 111, 257, 266 1.111111-, 11111111-1.1 05, 96, 1111. 111. 1111. 2S,154, 126, 225, 2119 1.11111-1.111111 257 1.111111-. 5111-111.11 211 L111111,11111 107 1.1111,1.1111111 72, 118, 125, 225 L1111g11111,'11n111 241 1.111111Q11, 111111116 115. 1B6, 270. 21111 L11v11Q11, T11111 119, 11111, 140, 211 1,11111y,1v11111 2111 L11111111e1,1,11111111 241 1.1111211111 257 LU1-11511, 11115. CAYLEN 43 L11111111, 1.11111 511, 225 1,11111c11,11111115 257 L11111111, 1111111 117, 272 1,11111C11, 1111111 1111, 149, 211 L111111, 111111 1011, 268 LU1111, 12111111 1110 1.111111,1.11111 257 L1111111111151,12111111111 211 L11111111111S1,1.1111111 225 1.111k.1.111y 75, 911. 1110, 110, 1111, 121, 153, 1115, 212, 2041 1.11111y, 1111111115 225 11, 112, 109, 116, 141, 150 1,y1111, 111.11111 152, 154. 1110, 2117, 212 Ly1111,,1111111111 1116 Lyseng, 11111111 M 11cB1111c, A11 101, 151, '1111111111111,111111y 161 x11c111111111111, K11k 91 r1111:11111111111,Te11y 1117 11111111-111ey, 11111111111 51.110, 123. 125, 2 111, 211 187, 207, 266 111131111111-y, 551111111 2511 111c.111111,1411111y 1111 1211, 225 x111:11111111111, 111111y 111c:111111, 1311115111 2211 1111c1111111111, 111111115 2511 111-1111111111-1, 111111111 2211 x11c1111111, 13111111111 1-17 111-1:11111-.111111111 1117 MCC111111111111, 13111111 2511 211 1 111011, 111111 111-11111111111-111111 53. .11, 2110 11111111111111.N1111-y 226 111-111-11n1111.1'111 211 111-111:1111o'1"1'. 11155 R11'I'11 31 11111111111111,111111 2111 111-111111.1111.111111,1 213 111-11oNN111111.. 211155 r111g1.1N11A 5f1 111111111111111111, 5111110 213 'VlvF11hz111r-y, Ynnry 61,1l11,115.18T, 2 11.-1711111,11-fr 111. 1111, 187 111-1f.111. rg1n11y 2511 1111'11111m11.1311111y 113, 2511 111-F111111111, 111111111 117, 2511 111F1111.11111. 11111111111-11 311, 11111 111-1f1111.1111. 11111111-111 111, 215. 226 111-1f.111.11111,1111111-11 213 111-1p111111. 1111111 31, 117. 151, 2111, 2511 11111111 258 1111:111111,111111111 11111 1111111111-. 11111111111 2-13 111151111-. '1'1-111 2511 11111111,,1r1-111111 1111, 122, 125, 11111 111111111,11,1111111.1 11111 111-111-1111. 1:111111111- 113,110,213 X111K11-,131-11111v 72. 113. 1212.211 X1rG111111. 'N A M1-KEE. MR. JAMES 58, 59, 274 MrKoo11'n, Sally 258 MrKini1-y.5uzi12 122.258 McKNICI'-IT, MRS, ROSE 105 Mrhellarn, Rosemary 103, 2-13 MrM1:1h11n. .inmcs 213 M0'Ycrn1-y. Niikv- 86, 123. 125. 213 1116111111-y, P11111 1115, lll. 225, 267. 2711 11.-N1-111.1'111gy 243 511Q11111.1u1111-1 116 1110111111-. P1111 11111 fVlrR11rk, Sum 2515 M.-XBRY, MH. RICH.-KRD 48 M:1rDonal1l. Annic 257 '1l111'Fz1rlnn1-.I1in1in 186 Mn1'lnlosi1, Brur-1' 241 N1m'K1-nzie. Peter 35 Markinlnsh, Rosanne' 112. 186 Nlu1l1lux. Ginger 125 Ma1i1l11x.i.11rry 154, 186 'Xia1is1111, Curtis 80. 111 M111ison.J111ly 96, 111.1261 2211, -61 111111. Jeff 241 NKAIER, MR. RUBIN 41 'Nl.1gi:1mIc.I'ai1y 186 11151111111-y. D1111111- 241 Mninr. Bill 154. 225 Mzillvll. Clurenrr' 258 M.-XIDNKY.N1R.J05U'H 33 N'l:1is1-v. Tumi i20. 225 Mzilwy. Tnnli 258. 266 Xi11mm1'n. Aiirr 2111 N11u1king.Ro1lnry 258 Mnnkins. Samlm 186 NI,-VYNING. N1R.I.-UJI-IS 60, 20:1 Manning. lnhn 258 Mnlmlis. Susan 241 1111111-1.1111111111 225 Xi-XHINI, MISS JOANNE 52 Nizirk. Connim- HH, 225 Niurlr-z111.Chri5!ine 258 Martin, Dale 211 Marlin. Gail 233. 241 Manin. Mferri 116, 156108. 201 Marlin. Vlike 150, 21l Marvin, Kirk 241 N111r1i11Yc1n1iz1 225 Maninuiirh. U1-verly 186 5111r1in1111i. Maman-1 258 Mason. I1-rry 87, 25B 'VI111iI1i1'-. RcI1i10rr11 253 Ni111lhi1'11. Cathy 253 'Vl1111hi1q11.XVvn1icil 253 Vlxiuson. Boi: 241 N1Al'CliI.EY. MR. DEAN 48.00, 91. 136 Xhiy Ffh- 282. 283 'N1ay.K1-nnrlh 132. 115. l86 111111111-1111. C11111111- 2511 111111111111y.11i111 241 M11:1i1-y, Rnnrlv 86. 151. 226 111111111. 1111111 11111 'k11'lri'11'r. Str-vrn F17. 258 N11-11-i1r'r.Yirkp' 226 'Kin-111111. Univ 243 X11-r11i1-nh11li.T11ni 258 X11-1k0i, Rubin 13. 25B NT111-1-ri.Irmr1n 72, BO. N15 M1y111, 1211111111 11111 M1-1111, 11111111111 11, 52, 2-13 M1-yvr, Karen 113, 2525 M1-yer, Susan 243 111,1-11, M111 511 Yi'lich11c15, Karcn 2-1-3 M31-higxmi. Donna 248, 258 Michigami, NN sync: 188 Miles. Linda 243 Miluy, Carl 243 MilIur.D1:1na 102 Miller, Dave 226 Miller. Diane 115, 177,189 MILLER, MH. JAMES 56,155 MILLER, MH. MIKE 32, 56 Miller. Hula 226 MiI11'r,l1:ann ltr: 258, 268 Miller, Kelly 189 111- 11 c Mill:-1, Larry 5, 93, 109,154,155 198, '2l2 Millvr, I'a!ririz1 213 .,uw'2 11,511 J 1. 1 mf, 111 14 ,vw l HI-BOARD MICMB HRS: 11111111, 1-11111 189 I11111111, 51111111 1113, 2511 11111111. 511111111 1140 11111111, 51111111 T89 M11111, T1111u 2511 M11111, '1'111y 226 M11151,1'111111 225 1111.1.1g11, 111115, 1'5YcH1: 22 1111LL1311, 111115. 1 EHNA 20 11111111, 11111 226 1111111-11, 131111111 1119 n1111111111111,11111 226 11111111111111, 111111111 103, 243 111111, 1.111.111 911, 116, 226, 273 111111, 1111111 213 M111111,1.1111y 235,243 11111111111, C1111111 226 M11111C11. 12111111 1119 1111111111 1:11111 2211 M111111111,1J1111111 243 M111111, 11111111 72, se, 114, 119, 243 21100115 MRS. 1-111111 2-4, 276 1111111111111111-1 155, 226 111111111 Morne, Moore, Mun-la 1Jean 243 Jill 213 Jim 1111.243 nd, M1111 258 M11rg:an. Gary 226, 278 11111g1111,1111111 2511 x111111z.xN, 111155 111111A11 28 M111111111,1'1n1111 243 11111111111-1, 1.111111-1 11111 1111111115 114155 u111111'1'11Y so 11111111111k11,111-11.11111 -111, 07, l08, 1111, 11111, 212 :1111,1111111111, 1111111 110, 213 M11,1111, 11111111111 sn. 243 11111y11,11111111111 259 111111111,c11111 72, 75, 107, 130, 13 l8'7, 2117, 213, 270 11111111111.111111y 2511 1111111111, 1111111111 -Ja, 1119, 114, 227 111111111111 1111111 211. 1119 11111111111, 111111111 115. 189 M111111c11, 1111111 119, 227 11111111111,G111 119, 189 1111111k111,1'1111 243 111111111111, D11111111 11111 11111111114 Jill 11. 1111, 227 111111111 14111111 213 1 .. 111111111111 5111-1111 259 111111111,1,1.1n1111 115, 227 Myers, Myers. Myms. Naylor, Noni. li NI-Il-ILE Dianc 125.190, 212 Niirhclir 187. 213 Nanry l25, 213 N 5111111111 213 11111 2511 Y. 1111.101-1x 50 Ng, 111111111 227 N1111111, 12111111111 111, 227 N1111111, 1:11 1111, 227 N11111111, c11111,1 243 A1311s11N. 1111. 1111N.1L11 24 N1-111111.11111 11111 N1111111, 13111 11 1011 Nc1111n, Nulmn, Guy 80, 151. 259 Slcvc 190 N1-111g11r, J11n1:1 227 Y11111111, 1:11111 1911 Nvs-u, Erik 259 Nunkamm. Vlzxrlene 106. 243 A11111111151111111 2511 :4..11111111111,111k11 11111 N1-11111, 5111111111 11111 N1'11.111n,I3i11nz1 190 N1-11lnn,J1ff 250 5.1-111111 1. flnnllin' 250 N1-11111111,111.11111 227 x11111111,111111 227 M1-111111, 111111 141111 1112 N11-1111111-1111111111111 213 N11-111111.111,1111g11 151 11 110. D, 143, IXi1-k1'rson.IJul1nrnh 113. 2591 26B fNi1-kiln, Uwaynv 259 Nivlscn, Bruce' 259 Nivm tsrhck. Minn lli. 122, 123. 227 1 N111111111,1:1111g1- 11111 N11111111111.1'11111111- 2113 m11111111111111,1-111111 2511 N11111-111111. 1111111111 1011 N111111-. 1,1111 1011 N1111111,1:1111111 227 N111111-, 1111111-1 11111 N111111, 11111111111 213 N1111111, 5111111 227 N11111y,N1111y 1911 N11111, T1111 1211. 123. 125,227 N1111-11. N11111 lll, 227. 2119 N111111111, 11111111 2511 N11H1.1N. 11115. 1-1L13.1N011 47, 103 1111111111 111111 107, 215 N1111111m111, 111111111 115, 15-1, 155, 227 N11 1111111 190 N111-111. 111111, 87 NY1..4x11. 111115. MARY 30, 31 0 , 0'Brif-n, Uunniv 227 0'liii1'n.Rori11'll1' 1110 O1li11'r1, Hurry 89, 151. 259 Ddhvrl. N11111-ic Ni. 212 f7'CAli.-X.'X1R.T1'lIKIi 118.110 0i1-11.131111 227 111111111 111111 2511 1111111-511111-. 1111111 1111. 250 111111-1, Nrii 2511 01111-1111. 11111 1115 111111-y, 11111 1111. 227 011111, 1111111111 227 0111111, c111111y11 259 011.111, N111111 71, 72, 119, 191 Ong, Sislnuy HT, 149, 259 O'N1:il, Husky 259 O'Nvil, Slcvu 191 Uolcy, Gary 50, 51, 220, 227 Uolcy, Patti 259 ORCHESTIKA 122, 123 Urusw, Janne 227 Oshcvk, Craig 191 11511u11N, 1111. EA111. 192 1111111111,1111111y 192 01111, 1.111111 259 o11111.1, 14111 511, 125, 259 1111-1.11111 1111, 112 111111, 111111111 259 111111-1, 511111 227 11111111, 5111 227 1111. 511111 221 11111111111, K1-11 50.119, Ill, 124, l25, 151, 243 Owen, K1-vin 213 Owen. Milan 40, 87. 259 U11e115. Czxym-II l03, 192 0xI11r1I,171-i1nr.:1h 227 P 1'11g1, c11111y 250 1'11111, A11-111 l23 1-1111111111, 111111 243 121111111111, 111111 105, 227 1'.11111,11'1111111 227 1111111111,131111y 213 1'1111111, 211111 1-15. 227 1-1111111, 1111111111 37, 235. 243 1'1111111-1, 111111 149, 259 111111111-1, 11111111 1111, 214 1',4N1:11EAL, 21111. 1111301101: 72.77. 125 P1111111, 111111111 152 12111111.1111 1111, 235, 213 1'1111111,L1111111 53, 54, 112, 151227 1'111111,111111111111 244 1'A11Ks, M111 LEWIS 21 1-11111,11111.11111 227 ' Q I if 101' il11Y111111g. l'1'11111-ylx KL1l'1'll in-1 Rl1111l1--'g 4311-l.1 'i'111'l1'11, 1111111111 53 111111 I 11111 i70lliLll'li1. XX111'1ls. 3 117.123, 7 ' 9 .V , ' mf . - 1 , 1- 1 0 , .. w 45 761422:-3 161117 1' 7 3, 1 1 Q . 1 ,Q w 1' ., .V 111. .. , 2, , V My 1 E is 4 M3411 , ill! V1 ,17 111' V1111111, C1111 72, 112, 1l'7, 1-12 1'11111111. 21111111 227 I'11rfl1u1l, J Parxnns, K 1111 213 1111-11 125, 243, 269 l'111z11111ff, 511111113 102 l':111ur5u11, ilurlonn 61. 259 I'.:1l1cr5un, Diana 105. 1121, 102, 212 I'a11em1n. l'1111ur511x1, 11111111 192 Viviun 259 I'z1vIi1'i1, Wal! 86, 253 i'z1y111', Alvin 125. 192.207, 212 i'11ync. Mirlm-II1: 259 i'1:11rr1-, willy ZH3 11111g1111111.111111111 2511 1111111111 1:1111 2211 1111111, 1.111 2611 11111111, 11111 2211 111111-11. K11111 !51,211 111111111111,11-11 241 11111111111111. 111111 113. 22a 1111111-111, 1111111111 114, 115. 191. 21111 11111111111.'1'11111 228 11om:11'rs111N. 11111. NICK 52, 117. 115 11111111111111.1111111 21111 11111111111111, 01111111 2211 11111111111111,1:11111111 1114 I'1-z11s1111,Iiul11'1'! 213 P1-1-k,Ju11y 70, 72, 71 76. 1lI,115, 118, 1211, 227 I'1.-ck,L11ri 227 PEIHLN, MRS. JUNE 101 PEERY. X1K.JUI-IN 26. 72 i'ecls,N11m 102 Pvlinka. Dave 227. 275 I'c1nq11in, P1-n111-y 38, 235, 2-H P1-nrc, Dcbrn 227 l'1-ncv, Karen 2541 R11l1ins11n, Rnlainxnn. Miko 36. 38. 79. 107, 125, 191 P11111 31. 104 11111111111111.1'.11111 195 11111111111. C1111y 2511 11111111, T1-1111 101 11111111111111111 2511 Ilnbion, J 11hn 101 Hmld, Fred 38, 39, 67. 86, 154, 232. 234, 244, 260. 266 Ii111i1I. K1-n 105 Hn1l1l, Ririiani 126, 157. 223 P1-nillemn. Drnni5 214 l'1'n1iIc1on, XY illium 192 I'1-n11u1I, Krn 41. 250 l'1-rkin5.I.a11m 214 Vrrkins. XX Fvrlns. I-'lu 11111 227 11 113, 72, 75. 1111. 227 i'1-rrm1n1-, llonisr' 259 P111-151 Usirharxx 227 l'1-11-rs, Jun 28, 259 1-1111-1.,11'11y111- 244 111-111111111,1111g111 227 P1-11111111, 511.-111 1-12 1'111111n11,111111.111 227 1'11111111g111,1111111111 221 1111111-1.1111-111111 250 P1-111111. 1111111 214 11111111,11,A111-111 227 1'111111,11, l.o,lic 115. 227 11111111115 111111 77. 123, 259 1-11111-1,1111-11111 227 1'11-111. 111111. 228 111111-. K111111111 244 1'1N1:111s13. 1111. P1-111. 25, 511 P1ng1111.1.11111 2511 1-11111111111, 51111111 259 211111. 11155 111111Y1. 52 11111111-1.'11'1111111 2.41 1'111111,1111111111 115, 151.157, 1112 111111. 5111- 125, 25-1 1-1,111-1, T111111 Ill, 117. lI'I. 1211, 214 1'111111111111,11111 111, 111: 1-11111111.11-11 241 11.111111-1.111-1111111 221-1 1111111-1, 11.1111 228 1111111-1, 5111-111 50. 244 1-1111. 1111111111 125. 250 , l'4JST 51111-'F -111. '111 1-15111111111-, A1111 112, 115, 110, 125. 2211 11111111. 1.111111 1112 P11111-1. D111 2511 P111111111,11m 72, 110, 1111. 161, 1-13 1111111111, 1111111 1115 1'11111111, 111111 35. 117. 119, 2511 P1111111.11111111111 244 M11111111111111111.111111111111 1113 111111. 1.111111 37, E19. X291 126. 241 11111.-. T1111 114.211 1111.-111111, A11-1111 1244 1'11111111-1.111111 1-11. 193 1-111111111111, 111111.11111 157, 2211 1'1111111111,111111 105. 212 11111111-11, 1-1111111 117, 151. 250 V11111111, D1-1111 2211 1'11111111, 21111-111-111 259 P111-Q1-1. K1111 230 P1'11KETT, 11115. 1111111211 311. '111 P111l1111. .-11111 2511 P11111-11. 11111111 811. 244 l'l'I.I.lA'11. VIR. CH AKLFS 35 1'1111111111. 111111.11 1511, 1113 1'1111111m.111111111 2211 Q 1.111111. 1i11111 ma Q1111111. 111111111 l56.231,Z114 R 11A11c1.11'1'1:. 111155 s111111.1tY -411 HADULE, MH. KEN 35, 811 111111, T1111111 214-4 1111g1111111,111111111111 2213 1111111111111, 11111111 79, 107. 103 111111, 111111411 228 11111, Nick 260 111111, 1.1111 911, 1115, 193 RALLY 92, vs, 156,157 1111111111, 1.111111 va, 219, 2211 Rum5cy, T11111 150, 2211 111111111111, 111111 116, 2:11 1111111111, 11111111 244 11115131-110, 11111. 11111110 so 111111. 011111 2211 111.111, 11111111 126, 2111 1111111,1J1111111 1111 111111111111111, 111111-111 11112, 15-1, 195 1111m1111111, 111111111 55, 72. 2215 1111111111,,111, 11111111 81, 2611 111,11111S1111, 111111111111 228, 269 1111s1111111111, 111111 112, 1511. 228 1111111111 C111 193 111111111111111111, 111111111 1111, 193, 212 111y111111111, 011,111 193 11111111111111, K1111 21111 1111y11111, c11111y 228 11111-1111,111A1111 119 11111111,11111111111 244 111111111 1:111g 91, 2211 111111,1J111111 228 1112, 1115 111-111, 1111111 2211 111-111,511-111111 221 111111, T111111 21111 111-1,1, 111111 244 11111111, 111-1 2511 111g11111, 111111111 55, 01, 111, 114. 154, 2411 1111111111,1J1111g 225 111-111111111, 5111111111 21111 1111n1111,111111111111 32. 105, 115. 1111 111-111111111. 1111111111 134, 1114 1111111111111, 1111111 eo, oo, 1l1I,ll6, 154 194, 212 11111111111111, 1.1-1111 115, 154, 228 1111111111111 Mike 91, 21111 111111, T11111y 102, 244. :ou R111-, 11111111111 194 111111111111111, 111111111 101, 11111, 1114 111111111111111. 11111111111 125, 214. 2511 111111111311 1111. cA11LT0N 55 111111-11111111.11111dy 2211 1111-111, 1311111111 2211 111-1111, 1111111 111111111111.111k 228 11111111g1111.r11111111-1 2511 11111111g1111.P11111 2411 11111111.8111 214 111111111-11111. '1'1111 as, 1514. 244 11111111111, 111111111 35 111111, 51111-11 1117. 214 111111. 51111111-11 m, 1115 1111s1t 1f1351'1v41. 2711, 21111. 2111 111111. 11111111111 134, 156. 2115 111111. 1111111111 195 11111111111111111111- 2241 111.11111111111111 2611 111111111111, 711111111 1115, 1115 1111111-..11111n 260 1111,111,11-111 19:1 1111y1111111.111111g 64, 02, 113. 154, 1f15. 2115, 2111, 267 11111111115 0111111 2511 111111111.11111111- 2211 Runrk, 51111111 111. 2211 1111m11111g11,1:1111 105 1111111111111111, 511111 115. 2211 111111111111, S111 245 111111111, 121111 260 111111111,c1111g11 195 1111111-11211111111 1115 Ku1hr11H, Putty 2611 livun, C11 rric- 215 Rvzm. Colin 245 Kvzm. 31111111-1-n 130. 228 Rv1u1.'NIirhnc-I 71. 72. 119. 196. 270 111111. 1111 HV 214. 228 Ryan, Then-S11 91190, 109, 737. 196. 212. 273 S S11l1in. J Fzniringz. nrkir' 245 ilnvi1i 106 Suiir-ki.ilit11mi 260 511111-ki.Y111hik11 1119. 1111. ll.. 1,.1. 1476. 21 11 Saloix. A111-n 215 Sz1inis.,iin1 41. V16 511111111-Ison, D1-1111111 228 Sander. Lnnm 215 Sxirniers, Linda 47. 232 S111'11IQr1, Sam UH. 228 Samivrs. 'l'1-rf-av 58. 105, 196 511111111111- n, Vlnrk 125,ln'1.lbs. 228. 210. 211 Fz1n:rri,j111lv 228 S.m111nge111. Kmhy 54. 260 Sxilvmnpgchv. Niko H5. 117. 196 Szu1111ng1'i11. Viurk H5.. 170. 228 F1m11'lI, Kzxrvn 215 Sunlne. M111-rt 89. 260 S111ri11n11. .inim 22271 Sn11111I1-rl. Izirkif' 261 11113 S11v11rv.D11l111rnh ..- SAVAGE. NIR. FRANCIS 45 Sxvnry, Paul HW150. 152. 260 Srziriumrr V. 151111111111 215 Fvi111ffrr.E1I 215 SCH!-YFLI-7. VIR. LICOY.-'HKD 56. 81 S1-hm-11-. Srh1-1-sr-. Cathy 2213 Diwiv 260 Srhr-1-sr1,D11n 2518 Schii11'i.Riric 196 Srhir-I1-. liunriy 72. 89. 156. 250 Srhiulc, Ron 118, 22B S1-hild, hlelinda 28, 229 Schmidt, Brenda 32,196 Schmidt, Lindn 196 Schmidt, Randy 24-5 Srhmixz, Dale 40, 87, 260 Sc hmitz, l'a1n1-'lu 229 5ci'1n1:i1iv1',,lulie 196, 212 :?ch11vi11cr, Nancy 229, 268 5rh111:nh1- S1-l111enl1u ck. Leo 2-13 ck, Snmlm 260 SQ111111111111111, 131111111 260 s11111e11u1111111, 111111 118, 245 Sohocnhcinz, Mu. Jenn 102 Sehumberg. Bcrky 77, 122, 260 Scholl, Nulo 196 Schnulcu, Uufka 105, 229 Schramm, Debbie' 105, 245 51-hmmm, Jeff 87. 260 S1-hrciln-1 , 5111111 5cl1ruih11r, Tim 245 Sriireinrr, Farun 96. 125. 197 S1l1r11e1nr Schncuu, . I,i111i11 111, 245, 266, 268 Jim 197 Srlmlvr, l'am1-la 229 SCI-IIQLTZ. MKS. JEAN l03 Schultz, Linda 70, 72. 76. IIB, 197 Srhnlze, Dun 220 Svhuiz,J1'an1m 260 Srhwab, Pauly 260, 269 S1'h11'11hn1 51-hu uhn, 111A11111 41, 2511 '1'11111y 2211 s11111.1nk1, 111111111 245 51111111111111111.1.1111 245 s11.11111111.111111111 191 5111111111111 1111111111 106. 197, 269 Scott, Cymhia 125, 215 511111, Do n 260 501111. CI1-nn 219. 261 51-o11,J. B6 511111. John 2-15 Sc1111, L11 51-1111, P1111111 245 197 i-1-1111 H1111 s1:o1'1'l, 51111111 1 r1..J Y, 11111 W7 MK. JAM ES 28 uliv 261 51-1-111 c1111y r11,f111,2211 51-111111,1x1-11111111 261 N., 51-im, 111111 nl, .115 51'i1z.,I11n11-5 80. 215 SHNN. N1 ,. 51111 1.111g11.1 ISS COHKINF 31 46, 72.76,l01,li11.ll2, il8.163. 197, 212 Svsslvr, Linda 46. 198 51-111-1,1111,.11111 240 5151111111-1T, 11115. RUBY 25, 13 51-y1111111, 11111 11 Si111H1:r. fN111Hh1-11' 39. 215 Sh11H1-r, Mikc 98 511111111111 Hill 108 Acknowledgments Almanac Staff Editor-in-cl1i0f .... Academics Editor ...... A11r1a1V1a1ri1- B11rc:11c-11 ,1uc1y MHf1S1'I1 Activitivs Editor . . . Davc AI1f1t'fSl11l Pam Luuiv Bo0lQ1cf'Pp1'r . . . Classes Ef1it111' ..... ,1a11iCc 11f1rc1i11g Vince .11'1i11f'11 1101111111 Walz Copy Editor . . . Groups S1 Staffs .... Catlii C11I'1S1P11SPH Karvn Sclm-i111'r Photo C0-or11i11alor . Seniors Editor Scott Hill Sports Editor Czlrric' Swain Lori WHQIIIHI1 Typist . ...... . Advisor . ........1971 . 121411110 1101111- .. ,11111y 1.101- . ,1i111 111111'S P11111 C1111l111'1- . S11l'1'1'y 11z111g111111 Cz1tl11-1'i111- Bz1l111i1'k Ki1l'1'11 111'1111y Susan 1s1111 Ml1Sl11'l11'1i1'1' . S1311 Gish ...... Sally 12il111l'lS . Mrs. 11111121111 P111'1i1'11 T110 511111 wishcs to 1-xp1'1-ss S111-P1111 1112111115 111 11111 l11ll1111'i11g: Pam Louic for 1111- t11v1111'. Carriv Swain lor 111-r art work. O1'l'gI1111 Stub' Higliwalx' 120111. 211111 111111111-A11 C111111111'1'1'1a1l 511111111 1I1l'. for introduction picturvs. Miko 1'11111s1'r. Tzlylor P11l1li:111i11g C11. Stacy W1111g. W1111g,s Portrait S111f11l1 Jack Y1'ag1-r. Pl1ot11gr:1pl1111 1V1r.SC11Iti 111161 11110111 11111. s111111cy, 101111 261 S1111111, K1111 261 s1111v11, P11111 113, 245 s111111e1, Vickie 113, 261 511111, 11111111111 261 s111111,111111e11 1913 s11ep111d, 111111111 261 SHEFLER. MR. JOHN 26, 45 S1'1ie1ds,Bi11 261 5111111111 c111y 245 s111E111s,J1111 45,198 S1111111111, F1111111 229 s111p1ey,c111y 229 s111111y. s11e11ey 251 S1111111111111111, M111111111 115, 229, zoo s110111, Befky 198 s1111111e, 171116 1511. 245 5111111111-11y, 1111111111 199 s11111e1,111111i11111 115, 199 s11111e1, T111 ss, 107 s1cg1e, K111111 120, 229 sievm, C.-11111 125, 245 s111111111, R1111111 261 511111, 1111111 245 511111, 1111116 115, 261 51111111111 M1111y 195, 199 si-111111111, 11111 261 511111111011 111111111 245 ski1111e1,1111111111.1 251 sK1.1-:NlcKA, MR. JOSEPH 26, 56. 51, 110 SI111111111111, Elsie 52 S1111111, 51111111 229 s111111b11, 11011811 261 s111111,11111y 1119 SI111111, Leroy 199 S111c1111, L1111111 102. 229 s111e111g1111, Cenrge 1512, 1211, 123, 125, 154, 229 51111111111 1111111 261 S1111111, D1111111 72,118,245 S1111111, 13111111 261 51111111 c111y 222 s1111111,J11yfc 199 51111111 K1111y 199 51111111 K11111 11111 S1111111 1411111 261 Smilh, Paul 245 Smith, Phillip 87. 261 Smilh. Sally 245 Smith, Suzy 229 s111i111, Terry 245 Smith, We-n1ly 245 5m111'!1'1waitc, Tom 89, 149. 261 Snider, Anncnn 110, l . Snyder, Cmhy 261 Snyder, D1-nnis 229 S11y11e1, L11111111 2111 Snyrler, Slove 245 Smlzrquist, Steve 190 Snlnri, Iohn 245 S1111111111, s111111y mo Soohon, Susan 245 5111u11s111, M1-11111y 113 20. 215 s11111111111, 11111111-11 113. 261 S1111111111111. 51111111 215 s1111111.1c11111y 261 s11111k1,s1111y11 22-1 5111111 'r11y11 225 s11111111.11111,1 220 S11111111.11111y 11111 s111111gg11y. 1711111111 111-1 S11111111111. 1.01111 33. 220 S11111111. 51111111111 2:11 s1111v,1'11111 11111 S1111f11111. 11111111111 215. 2611 S11111111. 1111111 211 S1111111, N1111 2411. 215 51111111 1111111 116. 215. 2611 511111111111 54, 111. 220 s111k,1'11111.1 1111. 215 s1111111y. R111 261 S11-11111. s11111y 1115, 11111 s111111,1111111-1 215 s11111. 1511011111 235. Q15 s111111-,M1111 21.2111 511111, N1111111 200 S11-111-, 31111111 2111 Str-Han, Dehlniv 41, 72. 119, 134. 188, 200. 207 s1e1r111,u11y1 119, 246 Stoltz, Brenda 261 mellz, Dennis 229 Stcnson, Fred 246 Slenson, Ruby 42, 229 Stevens, Debby 200 Stevens, Linda 246 Stevens, Marcia 2116 Stevens, Martha 46 S111-11111,s111111111 261 S1ewar1,S11s11n 2011 S11 Helen, Barham 2611 Szia, Steve 246 Szickncy. Bryan 154 S1i11r1c11e, Pam 34 Stitch, E11 118, 2011 Slith, Dennis 2011 511111, Jill 119,122, 216 Stockton, C111 229 Slo1l11ar11,,I1-anne 200 Slokcs,1'am 39 S1okcs,5h:1mn 2211 Smllz, Jeff 154 Stone, Alclhea 112, 220 510111, D11111111y 229 Stone, Steve 67, 125. 256, 232, 246, 260 511111e1yp11e1, 1111111 216 S1111111111. ,11111y 1113, 2111 s111111e1111111g, 111111 1113, 156. 246 S1111.11cy, 111111 117, 261 S111111g,B1111 229 Strau11,Jim 21-6 Strcch, Gregg 91 Strumlwerg, Mark 220 Stromberg, Rubin 200 Snublc, Li111l11 64, 246 STUART, MK. BOB 44, 45 Stuck, Diana 77, 123, 261 Stuck, Manice '102 Slucki, Cindy M, 93, 112, 113, 216, T8 STIQDENT GOYE1iNMEN'1' Full 64 65 511111111 276, 277 s1111111111111g11,111111 2111 s111111111,1'1111y 2211 s11111v1111, 1111111 2111 s11m111e11,1111111 217 s11111p111, s. 246 511111111111 11111111 2111 S111111, 111-111111 72, 76, 911, 118, 121, 51111111, 1:1111 72, 911. 261, 268 s11111111,1111.1 210 s111111111,111g,s11111-1111 21111 SV111111111.. A111 229 s1111111,1:11111- 1111, '17, 1111,111. 112,135,142 113. 144. 2111, 2211 S1111111, 5115111 201 ' 1 'c1111y 22-1 511 111, 1 SWANN, 11155 1..111111:1"1'1-3 20, 311 Sw1:1nsu11, 5111111111 2311 s1111111Cy, 111-111 111, 1112, 261 S111111111-y,N11n1y 2311 511-11-1..1111111 125, 2111 S1111111, M1111 2311, 262 511111111111 91 S111-11111. 1111 52. 2116 s1111111111,s111111111111Q 262 5111-11, 11111111 21, 26 T T11I111-r,1v11n 2211 112I.11IN 211 'rAK1xs,x11ss1 T111111111, 11111111115 2112. 21111 111111-, 5111111 246 1111111.11111-111, T111 2111 T111-.111111 262 T11y1.11,1111n1- uz. 111. 112, 2311 T1111111, 11111 2111 'r11,11111, 11111 117, 2311262 1111111111111 262 'r11y1111,111111- 216 'r11y1111, E11z1111-111 2111 T11,11111,J1-11 87 2 , , 26 T1y1111,11.11k 201 T11y1111,1111111-11 245 T1y1111,s11111 2111 111111-1-11, 5111.11 102 'r11111111.111111,1:11g 411. 216 Tvnfflay, Nyla 110. 2116. 2119 TERADA. MR. YOSHINOBU. 21, 26 T1111111-1.11111y 2111 '1'1111111,K1111-11 262 T1111111, S11111111 1'111111111111.1111111.1 2111 'r11oM11s. 11111. D.-n'111 45 229, 154, 201 .28 7, 33, 02, 93, 151, 162, 201 T1-11111.-13. M155 1:1.1z.1113ET11 39 T1111111111, .11-11 21l. 246 'r1111111111.,111111111- 262 1111111111, 7111111 117, 131. 26: T111111111,1'111n111 113, ee: T11111.1111,'r1111a 115. 2311 T11111111111111, 1111111111 262 '1'11111n1111111,11111111 2-16 T11111111111111. 11111111 72, 1111 T11111111111111, .lnvkiv 216. 268 T111111.1111111. 1:1111 262 T11111111111111, s11,11 216 'r1111111,1111111-1-11 2311 T11111-11,1-1111111 262 11111-1.12111-111 1112 T111111. 1111111 115, mo, 2111, 2711 Timmingn. 1.111111 51. 71. 2111 1111111, 1511111 71. 72. 1l'I. 2311 ng1r111.,10nnnv 105. 203 ng11111,J111lv 2311 xv.-11-, w11111y am W1-111, S11-vr 217 15. 110. 263 XX vlli Wvlli 111111. '1'.1111 111-1111-1, S111 2111 111-ft. Kun-11 2311 1V1f5'1'!f0TT. 1111. n11'1'1'11l'R 1.. 121. 10. 60, 130 1X1w1f11ll. f11'11rg1- 151 1111. 2311 xx.-1111111, 11.-11 11 11.111.111.1. 11.1111 217 11.11111-111. 1.11111 217 xv.-111111111111.111111 213 11111-111111. 1-11111 2111 x1'111:1111N. 1111s, 1112121 111: 1111111-1.-1. 11111.11 211. 217 W1111111.-1. V11-11 113, 217 1111111113111 252 '1'11111111, 11111111 216 'r11111,1.111y 2111 101111. T1-1111 411. 2311, 2613 TOCNETT1.MR. .wrimw 31 1'111.111. T.-111 216 T.111.11111,111111 2311 1'1111.11111.S1.111.- 216 'r11.111.1111111y1.1 mn 1115, 112. 2311 111111.-,1, 1111, T11111.-. T111111 262 11111-1111.11111111111 2111 'r1111.-111111. 1,111.11 2112, 2611 'r11111111.1111111111 122, 2111 'r.1111.111111,x111111111 111. 262 '1'1111-1,11111g1.- 1111, 112, 2111 Trxwv. 11111 216 111111, H1111-1111111 110, em 'F11111111-11.111111 111. 115, 2111. sm, 11111.11-111 216 T1111111-1. 12111111111 216 T11-11.1-1,s11.111111 2311 Trimm. 11z1v'- 112. 230 T11111111, 111-111111 115. 2111 'r1111.111..1.-111111111 262 1'11111111.,11111 116.216 271 Trin11n.1.r1r1 72. 1151. 121, 2111. 2717. 2110 'T'r111-11. Tuffy 210 T11r11-v. Sara 216 T11r111111i-1. Krilxi '110. 1211. 216 Twr-111n. Carla 08.1118.11f1.151.187.21'I1 2117, 212, 283 '1'11'u1u111 Kurcn 134, 146, 247 U 1,L1,AN1J, 11155 KRISTA 31 1 111111111-11, 1:1111 2111 L11111111, 14111111 112, 2311 L111111-11, 511.11 217 L11111,, S1111111 1113 V 11111111, 5111111 2112 111111111, 15111111111 118,201 1111111-1,11m11111 2311 1'1111A15111111, 1:1111 112. 2311 11111.11111111111,111111111 2-17 11111111-111001, 1.1111 117, 2112 v.111111111111111, 111111-11 2112 1111 111111111. 1101111111 262 V111 H11111. L1111111 1112 Y11nOrl111rk,D11l1- BG, 151. 230 11111 s11111111y11, 131111111 230, 2118 11111 111111-1, 1111111111 92, os, 151, 11111 11111, N11111y 262 1'1111111y,1.11111111 217 V11-11111111111,11111111y11 2311 vc11111111Z111, 510111 125, 2112 11111-11, A1111-,1 202 V1-1111-111, 111111115 72, 122, 230 x'11x1111, 511111-1111 262 111111. 111111111 217 1 11111g11111111, 111111111 262 1 11111g1111111, V111111 2311 1111-1, 1111111 117, 2112 v1111.1111, w11y111 2112 Xn1k,Bz-ray 230 1111111111, 1311-11 21,247 1111115,111111e11.1 262 x'11111111,111y 202 W w111111y, 11111111 102, 131. 262 1x'111111y, 111111111 1112, 2112 1v11g111111, 1,1111 96, 2311 w1111s,1'11111 2117 x1'11111111111,11111 151, 217 w111.11111111,1111111 115, 2112 11111111, 1111111111 262 1x'1111111111,111111111 217 11'.1111111, 1111111111 262 W1111..-1. 12111111.11 117, 125. 2112 111111111 111111 2112 W111111-1.141111 211: w11111111.111111111- 2311 w.111K1Ns, 1111. 11111 311 111111, 1111111111 1115. 229, 2311 111111.11-1-. 11111 217 1121111111-, 1111111 1111. 211 11'1111.-1111111111 2112 x1'11111-1111111111 2112 11.11111 11111111 2311 1x1111111.111. 111111111 211- w1111.111-111111- 11, or, -111. 1:11. 21 2311, 278 w11111e111, 1111111 122, 125 w11111,11111n11 141. 130. 152, 202. w111.1.1t11.111 2311 w11111,,11111 2112 W11111, 14111111-111 202 xv11111111111.11111111111 202 W11111111111. 1 11-111 211 11111111-1. 011111111111 2311 xv1111111.1'11111 2311 11'1111.111,1111111111 2311 1x'11,1111111.1111111111 2112 V 11 11 202 11 270 W1111-r111111s1-, 111111 116. 151. 151, 217 1 111111-11.1111..-. 111111.11111 1111. 2311 w.111..11111 155. 2311 xv.1111-11111111. K11111. 217. 262 w11y11111n.1.1111 202 W-KX, V11i.1'1111111' 50 W1-z1v1-rlimg. N1 1.1 2112 XXI-1111. Milm 1117 XX'ul1l1. 1111112111111 262 XYc111'r. -X1 2112 111111-r,1..11rv 72. 71, 711. 1111, 121 157. 2112. 270 111-11111, l1111rL 262 W1-111-r,T11r1-su 217 XY1-11111. Ykkif- 247 W1-lulrr. M. 87 W1-l1'111. 11115. HRIEN 21 W 111-ks. G11-n1111 262 XY1'iri1-11. Mifhnf-1 217 111-14-, Miku- 01.151, 217, 230. 277 W1-iss:-1111111111l1:r. D11z1yn1' 87. 125. 262 W1-lli11g1111n. ,11111n 262 11111111-11111. 111-lwrrn 122, 263 W11it1'.l1'lilw 2113 Whitr. 1111111-rI:1 1112. 2113 1111111-111-111. 11111111 fm, 110. 2113, 213 xv111111y,1:111111,- 119. 2113 11'11111.111.S11.111 2111 W11i1n111r1-.131-l111i1' 263 XX 11111111111-. X11-ki 263 Wi1-1. 111111-11 263 wi1-11111111.11-11 217 1111-11111111, 3111111 1111. 11111. 112, 121, 2113. 212 wh-111111111111111. 11111111 217 xviggiu.. 11.111 1111. 2311 Wi11:1n1l1 r. Ninn 33. 2113. 211 11i1.11111l1-r. 1.11-rilr-11 2113. 2113. 271 Wil1Q.'1'11l1l1i 26? 11'il1:111I . Xf.1rL 263 Will111, 1111111111 113. 263 1111111111 S11-vvli 2113 X1 illi.1m-. ff11l1-nv 2113 111111.11112 ,l1'1111i 230 Williznmx. 11irhnr1l 2113 Williams Kirk 217 Williams, Slwrry 217 XXi1lir,1Jnc1rgc 155, 230 Willis, Slvphar1i1v 47, 263 Willma n. Iinrlmrn 117. 125. 230 W1111111111. 11111111 125, 263 11'1111111.1:1111g1 231 W1111111, 1:1111 113, 117, 119, 233, 217, 2611 W 1 LSI . '11R. JACK 155 DIN Wilson, Kathy 263 Wilson. Marr 155, 231 W il-1111. N111rily11 156. 217 XY ilwn, H1111 231 W1l111n, 5111- 53. 217 XKiI1r111.S11x11n 1111. 217 11 1I511n. T1-rry 125, 2113 Wil111n . Tim 2113 Wilwn. l'11m 217 Winrhuwlcr. S11-11111'n 211 NV1n1fgz1r1lrn,1J11nnu 2111- Winr'gnr1lL-11. Run 36, I1I7, 211-7 Winvs, Uurlmm 115. 2111 Win1'S.C.1ry 2133 Wim-s, William 231 11111511 111111111 114, 115. 231 1111111-1, 1111111111 1111. 114, 154. 263 W111-111111,1111111 231 w1111111111. 1111111111 1113. 217 x1'11:1111p. 111111.11 217 W111111111, L1111y 2111 W111m11 W1111111, wss s1Js.f1N 11111111-11. N11111y 711, 11' 1. 11.J11I1'n1- 2111 fl-0. 41. 116 11 1, I111nnl1l 263 W1111l, Hnn 87. 263 XV11I1l, 'Fvrry 107. 217 XY11lf, Clark 2114 11111 .F. X1R.F11.-XNK 21, 48 XY11If1'1. Kurt 231 W1111'1'1, '1'1'r1w:1 263 Wolff, 11irl1:1r1l 511. lm. 110. 2114. 2117. 212 WO1.1,ECK. 'HRS 11111 1116 NY11ng, 111-Iiuu 210. 263. 268 W111111. 1111111511 65. 112. 231, 260 W1111H1.l11lir1-y 217 W11111:. M11-11111-I 57. 817. 217 W111111, T1111rrw.1 201 XX W XY111111111 W11111l11r1l. fI1v1l1- 2114. 263 111111:1r1l. 1f11p1'111- 116. 151, 231 11111lz1r1l. ,1111- 117. 154 1111,-, 11.111-11111111 11, 231 W'11111l111111l. H11-1111111 263 Wr1111l11 11111. 5111-111 217 W11r111y,111i1! 231 Worm-3 11-r. 5l'11'1ric 263 XX11r1l1ingl11n, Dr1n11l11 114. 231 1111111111 111111111, .1111 231 1x111111111g11.11, 51-111111 W fuk 1-st mv 11 11-111. .Vlilw 231 1411111-rl 217 11 111111, 1:11111 2115 11111111 1111111.11111 , Vl.1rc1a '78, 11l'1, 112. 2115, 2118. 269 BU. 263 1Xrigl1w11r1l'1. 1111111119 217 1111. L1 W1:11l1 1111v111-1- 4'7, 2115 FI11y1l 217 Wvmvr, 5111411 2113 115111111 111.. 1111-1 231 Y11111111i, 5111.111 2115 Y.111z1x1-, K11z1111iL11 52, Rh, 111, 234, 21-7 1 Y11zz111i 1111.11.11y 115. 201 Yvnxnmia. Evnnnc- 1011 Y111111111 Y11111111, 11-, 1111111111- 211. 2611 111111 217 Y111111g. 1211'1'111ry 263 YOI NC. 111115.12111-1N1lCI1.1'Y ISU Y111111g. 11,-1111.1 1111. 2115 Y1111ng111-11, K111111 111, 231 Y11111-11, 12111111 217 Z L11-11111111-, 1111111111- .11-.111 64. 811. 1111 Z111l1111.1Q1-11rg1- 231 Z.1l1.1r1111I11. K11Ll111rie 263 Zulfwki, Kun-11 31l, 2115 11111. 1.1111 231 Z1-111-r.,111n11's 217. 203 1.1111-1, 1111.1 1111.111.2n1 zz.-111111, 111111 nn, 2115 za.-1.111111.11.111.111 2115 2111. 1111111-1' 107.2115 Zi111111vrm11n. llinm- 263 Z111'1111u1m:1n.T11ri 1116. llfl, 231 Zi1nm1'rm1111. Tim -111, 157. 263 Zin1L.'l'11n1 217 72 75,131,157.CZ31, 278 136 -5 wr - 1-N 5' M: h l 190551970 -1953-197o , 1953-14970 951.19? 1 i g! i gg295 Q l ff 2: E s f V A. NE: x aww ?331i?KyL1Cv1,WUww KQQQUWX kDQARMi4Wl WMM' t9kQmw,xffYklD CDW am Q 3WNQQ,q 'ywm , Jlgmmwb vNfUQ aux' , 5bs,vxQ'fYUx,n,QvLk'KWwX .321 wXCkmQg0xo.awcLJQ16 LQ:sfaMvlD1JXSfH9px8LQm LwbOdd. ' Q-Q,StG,m j0JKCLgQ vW1afnSlKckJ.5ul19Ji9WME'D mm vo We +45LwmQ,.L 1LQbL5Qmw Ncfijkwuig aim, fbgizbw, .Gwkci iam -Yucca we g94ze,4 1fwWZ',xQ,VxQLMQcL421kQftLLQ,4S4JcfxmLL4LQ,Lf,fl Qhwfu WMM , wma xo bw Q LQ ww WMS 3 A Wmxgi 'CL isa, ' KmmmmMwm Xxlfuk wmHmmAkmwQL fwMlK,CmNw4mQULk1gM3 QQKUQWQJlKEid9 3 mm sam Lb, mme. ' QQLIYCEJD UW' SVWYX Bm +56 be Mt LLQ, ,who ww mwhwwfwx " BMI, cm CLGUWJVLE, . F Qmmlg QNMiQ H UQWJQO, down HM CMQSMM wfvww Q f Qwwuw Mmbw VNUMLQAQO QW Yxqw , 5CLfTXCL W NMJ,Dwygw LN! bwwb , 1 J42UlvLw.j.f ww. WMA sm my MQ! CL MM WWE" CMM Jump LM," Oh gm KU Q Wi 4 HM Hmm W Q cwdywe M6 pwfw CRS Q65S owgfff ' ,Qmllxwq OL WML WML 0, bwkgw, A MMG MM QQUQMQ, Uwk M Q0 ohm, mm A MU Uwdosjmf' fflsxwmw R mm ,pw - .mi Wulf Qffbxlm-finpl'!lt!irQ1YXYxuX img 6hwki5 igfwijgyfw jfffw fi K 'X .R V xx, . iff? JNM,i5f'3 EW my S, , "'. N J g V -.J vi? P dgfkf Q9 xx .-S-fd? , V 4044 0 0 A 0,54 'ag ,289 0 Q"o5wfNoOQ Q. Q69 0549 99 Q' 45819082 40 as Gola, 45749 Q0 ofoofe W C' -r U . qu- XX 4i Nfx f 1 +QV f' X fu-N KWXK g Vm , yWyk w , Wgw1 ia mmm fm fffvwfwffff W' if ViWfi5'f U- 1361? Hlmazlsh 2145 Haw -km Ci Si N+2VU'10'kl55 Q S? -Qin' fl X-W-CL ' Vw 'X5 WW' WU 39- X 'Ii ifkomq N26 Q05 Ck m1tli:x' w dlQccfh 3,, A6x,'Qv 3tgvQ 3 CMA HRW M V553 JUST CJ XfC'Di',5j your-1mx,'6S 30655 1 1 f0y g3e-wfup 1: Qpmccx ggi ,kxmifgf- wykffcm ' X ' A To M0 XX F- ' X. s 5.


Suggestions in the Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) collection:

Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collection, 1967 Edition, Page 1

1967

Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collection, 1968 Edition, Page 1

1968

Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collection, 1969 Edition, Page 1

1969

Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collection, 1970 Edition, Page 1

1970

Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collection, 1973 Edition, Page 1

1973

Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR) online yearbook collection, 1976 Edition, Page 1

1976

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.