Franklin High School - Post Yearbook (Portland, OR)
- Class of 1973
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Benjamin Franklin High School
2 Table of Contents
Table of Contents
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4 I t oduction
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McCall Views Art
Franklin, with the largest high school art
department in the state, offers many
opportunities for personal expression. Mr.
Charles Kearney expressed his opinion that
more pupils should take advantage of the
instruction available to them.
A new feature of the Art Department this
year was the artist-in-residence program,
sponsored by the National Endowment for
the Arts. Establishment of this program at
Franklin prompted a visit by Miss Nancy
Hanks, Endowment chairman, and Gov.
Shades of red, blue, green, and all the colors
of the spectrum adorned the walls of the art
wing and auto shop. With brush and bucket
in hand, art students decorated their halls
with a multitude of designs.
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fll Pushing a pencil can be exhaustive work for Gail
Kirchem. C21 Sitting cross-legged is the most
comfortable way of painting, as demonstrated by Mike
Wright. lfij Silva Bernarcltakes time out to gaze at
her masterpiece. 141 A 'cluttered room seems to be the
most creative environment for painting. KSJ Mr.
Kearney escorts Gov. and Mrs. Tom McCall around
the department before the Governor's press conference.
Teachers Guide Students
In Career Preparation
Instructors in the Business Department
recognize that many students don't plan to
go to college. Consequently, teachers strive
to provide adequate preparation for
students who feel that a business career is
what they want.
Mr. Gerald Eurich stressed the concept of
career courses to round out a student's
education. These courses are supplemented
by the addition of new business machines,
especially the all-electric typewriters. ln
November, the department sponsored a
Week of demonstrations, lectures, and
exhibits to inform students of the many
different career possibilities.
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ilj Suzie McKinley, Mary Beasley, Cathy Lindholm,
and Valerie Harmon try to increase their typing speed.
QZJ Miss Krista Ulland critiques Jan Frison's typing,
while Eva Dusek works on hers. 131 Typing requires
precise measurements and centering, as practiced by
Nancy Hausch. 14j Joanne Thomas concentrates on
her dexterity, an essential part of typing. KSJ Chris
Coiteux busies herself at the typewriter.
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ill Debbie Tallman, Sue Zimmerman, and Vickie
Emra listen intently to Mr. Britt Davis' discussion.
KZJ English grammar is studied by Rosemary Ellis,
Karol Cohen and Rhonda Meadows. f3j Linda
Thario, Linda Wynlcoop, Vicki johnson, Barbara
Wiseman, and Pam Moore concentrate. 143 Brett
Weigel engrosses himself in a contemporary novel.
15, Shanna Galluzzo thumhs through a magazine. Q61
Freshmen ponder a difficult question.
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According to Mr. Britt Davis, some of the
freshman combined classes have adopted a
new, humanities-oriented approach to their
subject matter. ln addition, all sections
featured newly-developed paperback series
in English and social studies books, geared
to getting away from the idea of formal
Again this year, the combined classes were
separated, due to the back-to-back
scheduling of physical education and social
studies. Mr. Davis explained that other
schools have stopped combining the two
Department Offers New,
Continued refinement of Franklin's
electives program brought elimination of
several English course offerings. Students
could choose from among many semester
courses, but year-long courses were offered
for those who desired a more traditional
approach to English. ln these sections,
emphasis was placed on both literature and
compositiong the "classics" were featured,
as were popular new books such as DON'T
PLAY DEAD BEFORE YOU HAVE
ln November, several performers from the
Oregon Shakespearean Festival at Ashland
visited Franklin's drama and speech
classes. Mr. Michael Hibbard, speech
teacher, hoped to organize a forensics team
to compete with other schools at
tournaments, while Thespians, sponsored
by Mr. Brian Biggs, made plans for a trip to
Ashland in the spring.
Qlj jill Stith, Barbara Gurwell, and Alice Mammen
find the floor more exciting than Chaucer. QD
Barbara Whittlesey, Sherrie Love, and Mollyanne
Thornton practice before the curtain goes up on their
play. 13, Ken Osuna proves that there is more than
one Walter Cronkite. 14, Student-technicians prepare
the new video-tape machines for use in an English
class. 151 Gina Puppo and Mike Tapfer find that the
resource center is sometimes the best place to study.
Although the entire Foreign Language
Department at Franklin is suffering from a
decline in enrollment, the Russian program
seems to be the most threatened. French,
German, and Spanish, however, attracted
enough students to justify offering a four-
year sequence in each.
When asked what has happened to bring on
this apparent disinterest in languages, Miss
Dorothy Grant replied, 'll simply don't
know." One probable reason she gave was
the elimination of college language
ill Carol Olsen recites her Spanish into her headset.
Ql Mr. Alan Ellis helps Annie MacDonald with her
diction. l3l Mrs. Gaylen Luher helps her girls
crochet. 141 Miss Rosemary Klep speaks to a
gathering of people on child care.
Girls Gain Child
Recent additions to Franklin's home
economies curriculum indicated a new focus
on career education and personal expression.
Girls taking the Child Care Cluster gained
on-the-job training by working in local
nursery schools and day-care centers. Other
girls could choose the conventional full-year
classes, or newer, more specialized courses
such as Candle Making and Creative
To supplement the expanded curriculum,
the Home Economics Department
submitted a five-year plan for new facilities
to the school board. Mrs. Ruby Sewright,
department chairman, mentioned an inside -
outside playroom for pre-school children,
larger sewing rooms, and better cooking
facilities as the most urgent needs.
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Although boys have customarily been the
only ones enrolled in industrial arts classes,
Mr. John Shefler encouraged girls to take
advantage of the training available to them,
He agreed with the school board's decision
allowing girls to attend Benson High
School, and added that several took shop
classes at Franklin this year.
Within the next five years, the industrial
education complex by the auto shop will be
completed. This will mean an enlargement
ofthe curriculum, and expansion of existing
classes. Some of the several new courses to
be developed are graphic arts and building
ill Charles Oliver, Shahab Vakili, and Mike Primmer
try their hand at mechanical drawing. Qi Tim Lamb
works at his drafting table. 131 Mr. Patrick Nesbitt
teaches a new welding technique. K4-H David Walters
collapses in a pile of tools and grease. QSJ Greg Deems
watches Rusty Fancher work on an automotive part.
Q61 William Rogers surveys Daniel Kirkpatrick's
Ease Overcrowdin g
Always receiving new volumes, Franklin's
librarians must find a place to put them.
This was often a difficult task, considering
the overcrowding in the library. Despite
enlargements, the facilities were still too
small to adequately serve the needs of the
school. The resource centers siphoned off
some of the overflow, but, especially during
lunch hours, students sometimes had
trouble finding a place to study.
With the help of Head Librarian Mrs.
Eleanor Norlin, her assistant Mrs. Marjorie
Christensen, and the student library staff,
information could easily be found. The
library served as a storehouse of books,
periodicals, records, microfilm, and other
sources of information. These materials
covered a wide range of subjects, not just
topicsirelated to the curriculum.
ill Librarians Mrs. Eleanor Norlin and Mrs. Marjorie
Christensen. Qi John Siplt- and Alan Aoki draw their
physics graphs in the library. Q31 Mike Caputo
substitutes for Mr. Mabry. f4l Jerry Palandri and
Mr. Mabry look over the test scores. Glhleff Newton
tries to figure out how to get the answer.
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In only three years, computer mathematics
classes appear to have become the most
popular courses offered by the math
department. As a result, Mr. Richard
Mabry instituted a full-year course in
computer math. This provided students
with the opportunity to gain more
knowledge about the workings, language,
and programming of a small computer.
Many of the elementary schools are
dropping their first year algebra course, so
this might mean that the advanced senior
mathematics class will no longer be taught
in the near future. Other math courses,
though, were still going strong. Although
enrollment in several sections decreased
slightly, classes such as consumer math
seemed to attract more and more students.
For many students, participating in
Franklin's music program is the focus of
their high school life. While performances
at 'AOklahoma!" and in concerts were an
important activity, several groups appeared
outside of school at games, organization
meetings, and in events such as the Rose
Festival Parade. Mr. David Carleson
commented, "Many lifelong memories have
been established, whether they be comic,
inspirational, musical. . . "
This year, the responsibility of instructing
the music students rested with two
teachers, instead of last year's three.
However, this greater teaching load did not
hinder Mr. John Peery and Mr. Carleson in
training the many performing groups to
present high-quality music.
Ill Randy McCartney masters the snare drum. 12,
Janice Kruse and joy Hughes enjoy singing in the
Sonnettes. 131 Dennis Groh, Mike Bowen, and Mike
McNerney rehearse for "Oklahoma!" Hi Lori Cox
practices on her bass clarinet. Gi Debbie Leathers
and Linda McMurray are amazed by Ken Ottoson's
Athletes Concentrate On
Strategy and highly developed techniques,
rather than sheer strength, were
emphasized in boys' and girls' advanced
physical education classes. Due to
scheduling changes, this course was taught
during zero period.
The P.E. and Health Departments
operated on a reduced schedule, because of
district budget cuts. Classes were more
crowded. However, those students who
wanted to take greater advantage of
Franklin's athletic facilities could do so on
Saturdays, when the gym was open for
ill Sue Leonetti aims at her target with the eye of an
eagle. KZJ With one hand over her eye, Jacque Ernst is
watched by julia Coffey as she takes her eye
examination. 133 Mrs. l-lowardssupervises eye testing,
f4l Students scramble as Roby Schiele receives the ball.
ISD Tom Lovlien escapes the grasp of Dennis Groh.
l6J Athletes watch as Reed Palmer tries for two.
Ql1 Physics is a course that demands total attention, as
demonstrated by Eileen Clow, Allen Crisanaz, Ken
Ping, Alan Aoki, and Chris Baumann. Q21 Helen
Liang Uintroducesn herself to a skeleton in physiology.
Q31 Mr. Leonard Scheele finds that private
instruction is sometimes preferable. Q41 Jay Coe and
Curt Madson study the "intricacies" of light
refraction. Q51 Mr. Joseph Sklenicka prepares to
baffle his students with a demonstration of physical
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To Stimulate Interest
While enrollment in science courses has
declined, Miss Anne Bohlen stressed the
fact that the school's population has also
decreased. Miss Bohlen said she did not
know whether the percentages coincide, but
she feels that the differences aren't
Even the Science Department is feeling the
pinch of the budget cuts. Miss Bohlen
explained that teachers have been storing
up supplies, and that the shortage situation
is not yet critical. However, she warned
that if the budget is not increased within
the next two years, supplies will run out,
possibly forcing the school district to make
cuts in or eliminate parts of the science
Seniors Get Involved
Selected seniors had the privilege of
attending a seminar in politics and
government held at Willamette University
in Salem. The week-long conference
provided these students with the
opportunity of studying government while
observing legislative bodies in action.
Mrs. Maxine Crites hoped that in the
future, Franklin would participate in the
Government Responsibility and Student
Participation program. This activity,
sponsored by the Multnomah County
Intermediate Education District, would
place junior and senior students in legal,
governmental, and political situations.
Participants would Work alongside
professionals on a training basis.
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shalll buy?" 125 Dan Smith and Rex Brenton explain
the "writing on the wall." 131 Cindy Hayzlett and
Ken Brown prepare for a class discussion. 141 Al
l-lauge helps Rita Sudborough with her income tax
return. l5l Margie Fletcher chuckles at Maureen
Exhibits, Field Trip
Highlight Career Week
Beginning with classroom education, the
students enrolled in Mrs. Helen Howard's
hospital worker class get practical training
in the various fields of medicine. While
some enroll in the course for nurse's
preparation, others plan to go into technical
work or therapy. By working at Portland
Adventist Hospital and in local doctor's
offices, they gain part of the valuable
experience needed to succeed in a medical
ln mid-November, the counseling and
vocational education departments
sponsored a marketing career week.
Featured were talks by local businessmen,
promotional exhibits, films, and a field trip
to the new First National Bank building. ln
addition, the student managers of Benji's
Seller, Donna Willett, Marty Blake, Jim
Sweet, and Chris Coiteux, designed a
presentation entitled "Starting Your Own
Horticulture classes, under the direction of
Mr. Mike Miller, learned the fundamentals
of nursery work. Operating from off-
campus headquarters, students designed
corsages and floral arrangements for school
functions, and rented out plants for use in
the grade schools. Landscape gardening was
another area of study.
Three Pursue Pastimes
Ending a 43-year teaching career which
began in the Midwest, Miss Anne Bohlen
retired in May after 28 years at Franklin.
She held bachelor's and master's degrees in
botany, which were conferred by the
Universities of Nebraska and Michigan,
respectively. Her students have ranged
from third-graders to college students. Here
at Franklin, Miss Bohlen taught biology
and physiology, headed the Science
Department, and served as NHS advisor. In
1970, she was named an "Outstanding
Biology Teacher of Oregon" by the
National Association of Biology Teachers.
About her post-retirement plans, Miss
Bohlen exclaimed, "l don't intend to
twiddle my thumbs!" Working in her
garden and greenhouse, and traveling are
included in those plans.
HI started in a wide spot in the road,',
reminisced Miss Faye Cornutt about her
first teaching post in Gold Hill, Oregon.
Miss Cornutt retired in January after 30
years of teaching at Franklin. An active
English teacher, Miss Cornutt was
ALMANAC, Senior Movie, NHS, and
Centhalis advisor, and English Department
chairman. A graduate of Franklin and
Willamette University, she plans to "clean
house, read, have fun, but most of all, sleep
in every morning."
A varied career in teaching came to a close
this year with the early retirement of Mr.
James McKee. Mr. McKee began teaching-
in a one-room, rural Missouri grade school,
but his career eventually took him to the
cities. One Portland student was Franklin's
Mr. jack Burri. Over his Z3 years at FHS,
he taught English and social studies, was
chairman of the Social Studies Department,
and served as AFM advisor. He helped
organize a student blood donor's program
during the Korean War. ln the meantime,
Mr. McKee attended several colleges here
and in the Midwest, earning his bachelorys
and master's degrees in administration.
Mr. McKee's plans include pursuing his
hobby of antique clocks, traveling, and
udabbling in real estate."
ill Denise Monaco cleans her apparatus under Mrs.
Helen Howard's supervision. QZJ Bryan Deck
becomes accustomed to the techniques used in
horticulture. Q31 Miss Anne Bohlen. Q41 Mr. james
McKee and Miss Faye Cornutt.
On New Ideas
Dr. Arthur Westcott and many faculty
members noticed that students were
generally more enthusiastic and interested
in school this year. He felt that students
should develop skills and attitudes they will
need in the future, while still in high school.
Herstressed the need for alternative school
financing measures to relieve the burden on
taxpayers and to guarantee students this
"He who giveth also taketh awayli'
exclaimed Curriculum Vice-Principal Dr.
C.V. Cremer when asked for his opinion on
this year's midmorning break. He expressed
optimism over the new independent study
arrangement, citing as advantages quieter
halls and the opportunity for students to
improve their study habits in assigned study
Adding to his responsibilities as vice-
principal, Mr. Marvin Flitcroft assumed
the position of Activities Director. He
worked with Executive Cabinet on various
projects, including a student-parent
handbook. Continuing Franklin's well-
developed intramural program and sharing
information with the freshmen through
counselors were among Mr. Flitcroft's
plans for the year.
Supervision of girls, affairs, membership on
the Assembly Committee, and
responsibility for all school activities were
among the duties of Mrs. -Nancy Russell,
vice-principal. New to Franklin this year,
Mrs. Russell previously counseled and
taught home economics at Cleveland High
School. Later, at Monroe, she served as vice-
principal for six years.
lncluded among Mr. Jack Burri's
responsibilities are assisting the vice-
principals with attendance and disciplinary
matters, and helping to supervise the
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Dr. Arthur Westcott, principal. 13, Mrs. Nancy
Russell, girls' vice-principalg Mr. Marvin Flitcroft,
boys' vice-principal. K4-J Mr. Jack Burri,
Aside from being the nerve centers of the
school, the major offices also serve as
teaching centers. Each secretary doubles as
teacher and office worker. Students aspiring
for a career in a business office receive
credits for applying their skills in the offices
and resource centers. Watching and
working with these adept secret-aries gives
the student the personal experience valuable
in helping him decide whether this is the
kind of occupation that he desires.
Mrs. Doris Bertram, Mrs. Psyche Miller,
and Mrs. Jeanne Schultz provide some
students with background in specialty
fields. Working with the teacher's
secretary, bookkeeper, and bookroom clerk,
respectively, allows these students the same
kind of training, only in a more limited area.
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fll Mrs. Helen Hanson, work experience. KZJ Mrs.
Bonnae Lindley, Social Studies Resource Center. GJ
Mrs. Patricia DeLance, SSRC, distributive education.
14-J Mrs. Doris Bertram, teachers' secretary. KSJ
Mrs. Delores Gowing, head secretary, Mrs. janet
Greenfield, Mrs. Esther Klein, main office. l6l Mrs.
Rose McKnight, Counseling. Q71 Mrs. June Peden,
Mrs. Rowena Davis, attendance office. 181 Mrs. Ida
Wolleclc, English Resource Center.
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Handle Varied Duties
Mrs. Roa Selliek, matron, and Mr. Ed
Drais, head custodian, along with the rest
of the custodial staff, had as their job the
cleaning and maintenance of the building.
Mrs. Sellick succeeded Franlclin's "White
Tornado," Mrs. Corey Belleque, who
retired in Qctober.
Franklin's new Athletics Director, Mr.
jack Knudsen, handled the endless details
involved in the operation of a large sports
program. His duties included overseeing the
ten areas of competition, and keeping track
of every piece of equipment.
Mrs. Enid Carter, cafeteria manager, and
her staff served students a variety of lunch-
time Choices. These ranged from nutritious,
government - planned plate lunches, to
many a la carte items for those who prefer a
less conventional approach to lunch.
Assisting students with medical and dental
problems is the duty of Mrs. Rosemary
Klep, Franklin's nurse. Involved in the field
of child care, she appeared at a January
meeting, and encouraged girls to investigate
this career area.
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l8j Mr. Edward Drais, head custodian.
Career Interest Survey
"What are you interested in?" This question
confronted sophomores on Dec. 12, 13, and 14. A test
of 173 questions was given so each student could see
what he liked and disliked, in terms of a future career.
Results were put on a graph, explained Mr. Billy
Burnam, to allow students to see which answers would
cause a career conflict. The test has been administered
at other schools in the city, and Mr. Burnam hoped
that it would be given every year at Franklin.
Mr. Dean Mauchley, Mr. Yoshinohu Terada, and
Miss Dorothy Dundore worked closely together,
helping seniors meet all of their college deadlines.
Starting with an informative session at a class meeting,
Mr. Mauchley assisted college - bound students with
completing their senior folders of test scores,
applications, and activity summaries.
lll Miss Dorothy Dundore and Mr. Yoshinobu
Terada, senior counselors. Q21 Sophomore counselors
Mrs. Helen Weed and Mr. Bill Burnam. l3l
Freshman counselors Mrs. Sara Borchers and Mr.
Lewis Parks. 14-l Mr. Dean Maucliley, college
coordinator and activities director. 151 Mrs. Emma
Moore and Mr. Donald Nelson, junior counselors. l6l
Work Experience Coordinator Mr. Bob Coles.
Council Adopts New
Dr. C.V. Cremer led the Faculty
Curriculum Council to some notable
decisions, including a reorganization of the
Forecast Fair. Changed from eighth period
last year, this annual presentation of course
offerings was held during four periods over
two days in February.
Another project was a change to semester
grading. Under this plan, students would
receive two final grades per year-long
course. In addition, Miss Beth Thomas
attended several district meetings on
implementing the new state graduation
requirements, and relayed proposals to the
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Joanne Marini, Miss Helen Takas, Mrs. Madson,
Mrs. Webb, Mrs. Lesley Glasglow, Mrs. Enid Hall,
Mr. Cliff Ferry, Mr. Bob Coles. Back Row: Dr. Con
Cremer, Mr. Billy Burnam, Mr. Richard Mabry, Mr.
Leonard Scheele, Mr. Gilbert Erlandson. Qi Miss
Helen Takas gets ready for curriculum council
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Traditionally involved in many activities,
at Franklin and in the community, P.T.A.
members had an especially busy year.
Coffee tasting for a marketing research
survey was an unusual highlight on the
calendar Cnetting the treasury 33.00 per
participantj. ln addition, board members
attended a conference with venereal disease
as the topic for discussion.
On a volunteer basis, mothers assisted with
collecting fees, distributing textbooks,
testing students for tuberculosis and
eyesight problems, and tutoring under the
VIPS fvolunteer ln Public Schoolsl
program. At year's end, a luncheon was held
for Franklin's faculty, and two
scholarships, were given to graduating
13l Mrs. Hilda Kay and Mrs. E. Wang discuss P.'I'.A.
activities. 14D Seated: Mrs. Elsie Urbach, president,
Mrs. June Baker, first vice - president, Mrs. Pat
Hesgard, secretary, Mrs. Elizabeth Lambert, Mrs.
Rita Sehwartzkoph, Mrs. Ester Stone, Mrs. Nona
Cline. Third Row: Maurine Odhert, Mrs. Marylou
Parrish, Mrs. Doris Harding, Mrs. Noreen Nelson,
Mrs. Rhoda Whittlesey, Mrs. Phyllis Selirieber, Mrs.
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Page 54: Ql1 Mr. Herman Becker, Social Studies. Q21
Mrs. Osa Ballen, English. Q31 Mr. .Ion Abraham,
BE. Q41 Mr. Brian Biggs, Drama and English. Q51
Miss Helen Boelts, Art. Q61 Miss Anne Bohlen,
Science. Q71 Mrs. Barbara Bousquet, English. Q81
Mr. Jerry Bosco, Art. Q91 Mr. Walter Buckiewicz,
P.E. Page 55: Q11 Mrs. Maxine Crites, Social
Studies. QZ1 Miss Faye Cornutt, English. Q31 Mr.
Thomas Dyar, Mathematics. Q41 Miss Marion
Cauthers, Combined Classes. Q51 Mr. Peter
Donahue, Combined Classes. Q61 Mr. Britt Davis,
Combined Classes. Q71 Mr. David Carleson, Music.
Q81 Mr. Borden Christensen, Industrial Education.
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Page' 56: 111 Mrs. xloscpliinr Elim, Healtli. 121Mr.
Gilbert lfrlandsnn, Social Studies. 131Mr. Alan Ellis,
Social Studies and Foreign Languagu. 141 Mrs.
Gladys lfggiman, Home Economics. 151 Mrs. blanc-I
Faurot, Social Studies. 161 Mr. Gerald lfuricli,
Business. 171 Mr. Harold lfllmcrs, Mathematics. 181
Miss jc-an Fostm-r, Combim-Ll Classvs. 191 Mr. Cliff
lfcrry, lfnglisli. Page 57: 1l1 Mr. Paul Hansen,
lVl2ifllElTl2iflC5. 121 Miss Dorothy Grant, lfnrcigri
Languagv. 131 Mr. Howard Grogan, Distrilmutivc
lfducation. 141 Miss Elizabi-tli Halckini-n. English.
151Mrs. Conncc Gullcy, Hvaltli. 161Mrs. Enid Hall,
Business. 171 Mrs. Leslry Glasgow, Coinliincd
Classes. 181 Mr. Micharl Hibbard, English and
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Page 58: 111 Mr. Gary jackson, Social Studies. 121
Mrs. Ellen Jenkins, Business. 131 Mr. john Hilley,
English. 141 Miss Kathryn Knotts, Mathematics.
151 Mr. jeff Kuter, Social Studies. 161 Mr. Charles
Kearney, Art. 171 Mr. Edward johns, Mathematics.
181 Mrs. Helen Howard, Career Education. 191 Mr.
.lack Knudsen, P.E. and Athletics Director. Page 59:
111 Mr. Keith Lokan, Business. 121 Miss Joanne
Marini and Miss Beryl Piper, P.E. 131 Mr. Reuben
Maier, Foreign Language. 141 Mr. Richard Mabry,
Mathematics. 151 Mrs. Gaylen Luher, Home
Economics. 161 Mr. Edward Lanctot, Industrial
Education. 171 Mr. Harold Linder, Art. 181 Mrs.
Kathleen Lowe, Science.
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Education. 121 Mr, John Neeley, Science. 131 Mr.
james McKee, Social Studies. 141 Mrs. Mary
Nyland, Business. 151 Miss Miriam Morgan, Art.
161 Mr. Kirk Morey, Combined Classes. 171 Mr.
Michael O'Gara, Mathematics. 181 Mr. joseph
Maloney, English. 191 Mrs. Connie McBride,
English. 1101 Mrs. Arla McKee, English. Page 61:
1l1 Mr. Leonard Sclieele, Science. 121 Mrs. Miriam
Puckett, English and Publications. 131 Mr. John
Peery, Music. 141 Mr. Dario Raschio, Science. 151
Mr. Earl Osborn and Mr. Charles Pulliam, Combined
Classes. 161 Mr. Carlton Richter, Science. 171 Mr.
Harold Palmer, Industrial Arts.
Page 62: ill Miss Corrine Senn, Business. Q21 Mr.
Reinhold Schouweiler, Foreign Language. Q33 Mr.
Joseph Sklenieka, Science. Hi Mr. John Shcfler,
Industrial Arts. 153 Mrs. Ruby Sewright, Home
Economics. 161 Miss LaRhette Swann, English. UQ
Mrs. Lenore Stoffel, English and Journalism. Page
63: ill Mr. -Iohn Unfred, Englishg Mr. Tom Thomas,
Health. 121 Miss Elizabeth Thomas, English. 131
Mr. Gary Waite, Industrial Arts. HJ Miss Krista
Ulland, Business. QSQ Mr. Frank Wolf, Mathematics.
163 Mr. Philip Wax, English. UI Helen Takas, Art.
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Senior Week SUPERb
"Since this was our last year, we wanted all
seniors to have something out of the
ordinary to remember," stated fall president
Jim Ewing. Getting off to a good start, his
cabinet raised 5250.00 by decorating the
Georgia-Pacific Co. float for the Rose
Parade. Later, sales of "Super Crunch"
bars, class tags, and having a "Drudge Sale"
during Senior Week provided additional
funds for the prom.
Jim cited as outstanding workers Linda
Schroeter, Sandy Dickinson, Melodie
Stafford, Julie D'Ambrosia, Paulette
Richmond, and Carrie Bergstrom.
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activities was our biggest problem,"
commented Linda Darke, spring senior
class president. The cabinet faced a near -
crisis situation in February when it
discovered that there wasn't enough money
to have a prom. To raise the needed funds,
the officers decided to sell prom tickets
early, at five dollars a couple. The S330
netted in this manner, and the S100
received from the PTA for housing visiting
All Northwest Choir and Orchestra
members, assured seniors that their
traditional activities would be held.
Besides the usual senior-faculty basketball
game, prom, senior breakfast, assembly,
slides, and baccalaureate, a senior movie
was produced. Unlike past years, May Fete
and the second Senior Week were held
simultaneously. This served to emphasize
the role of seniors in the traditional
celebration. Summing up the year, sergeant-
at-arms Barbara Bridges remarked, "The
cabinet wished to make all our final
Page 66: Senior Fall Officers: Jim Ewing, president:
Linda Schroeter, vice-president, Melodie Stafford,
secretary: Sandy Dickinson, treasurerg Helena
Kaipola, publicity chairman. Page 67: Left, Fall
Senior Sgts.-at-Arms: julie D'Ambrosia, Paulette
Richmond, Carrie Bergstrom, Helen Liang, Debbie
McKee, and, seated, Janette Vanderpool. Below: Ken
Ottoson, John Giunta and Dennis Vigna discuss senior
men's roll eating contest. Page 68: Senior Spring
Officers: Linda Darke, president: Chris DiLoreto,
vice-president: Linda Sanders, secretary, Rex Brenton,
treasurer, Shirley Colvin, publicity chairman. Page 69:
Spring Senior Sgts.-at-Arms: Dawn Cunningham,
Barbara Bridges, Becky Durbin, Carol Knutson,
Shirley Gribble, and Randy Bishop.
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dig in during senior roll eating contest. tRightJ Mark
Jones shows his etiquette in devouring a roll. Page 72:
Carol Knutson and Ron Palmer take advantage of one
of the nice days while discussing executive business.
Page 74: "Who?!?'y queries Miki- Caputo. Page 76:
OBSVVVFGA lOnly Be Satisfied With Vowffls For
Grades Associarionl pauses while recruiting new
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Page 79: Showing complete concentration in his work,
Gordon Androschuk works on drafting while Steve
Ford whistles. Page 80 fLeftJ: Dale Garrison walks
leisurely down the path in the summer sun. iRightJ
Rex Brenton pushes strenuously toward his goal of
first place in a cross country meet.
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Page 83: Rick Williams shows Debbie Rask the sights
of the town in the play "Oklal1oma!" Page 85:
"That's enough snow for today!" exclaims Sandi
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Page 86: Signing each other's ALMANACS during
the summer delivery are Curt Madson, and Gary
Kelley. Page 87: Melodic Stafford concentrates on
painting a sign during an art class. Page 88: "See,
there's more muscle there than you thought," says
Wayne Palmer to Cindy Nelson.
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Page 90: Randy McCartney performs his part from the fall
play "Oklahoma!" at the University of Portland Speech
Meet. He took first place for talent. Page 91: Discussing a
recent turn of events are Greg Haven, Allen Crisanaz, and
Ken Ottoson. Page 92: Desiree Martinez and Becky Durbin
convince Linda Struble to give Karen Tweten some Fritos.
Page 93: Connie Cozzetto and Cherrie Marshall dream of
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some facts on inflation in a pamphlet held by junior
Linda Harder. Page 95: Dennis Regelin, Alice
Mammen, Greg Darlow, and Annette Snider pause
during their performance in "Oklahoma!" Page 96:
POST Editor Tom Fluharty, apparently pleased with
his effort, smiles at his typewriter. Page 97: Diane
Stalker, ALMANAC Editor, beams as another
deadline is met.
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Club's Vetcherinka. Page 99: Richard Jung and
Dennis Cvroh listen to music in Mass Media class. Page
100: Pat McDermott waits for her Senior Newsletter
in Reg. Rep. meeting. Page lOl: "lt's my turn to check
the time" insists Jeanne Callaghan to a reluctant Carol
Page 102: Using a Coke as refreshment, Kathy
Horton takes on another Chapter of Charles Dickens.
Page 103: Kevin Roach provides the instrumental
portion of entertainment at the Russian Club
Vetcherinka. Page 104: Rex Brenton, Karyn Flash,
Mark jones, and Julie D'Ambrosia yell, "Senior
Power!" during Senior - Faculty Game assembly. Page
105: Richard Thorpe and Dorian Quinn enjoy the
Stith, J ill
Page 106: During a Senior Reg Rep. meeting, Floy
Jones and Patti Blades find out about senior activities
to come. Page 107: L'8:00 is too early for cabinet
meetings," protests Shirley Gribble. Page l09: Gloria
Wingenbach cacklcs during her "Oklahomal"
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Page ll0: Rozanne Howell catches up on her
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DECA: Distributive Fdueation Clubs of
NHS: National Honor Society
Sigma: Sigma Phi Alpha
CC: Curriculum Council
AGS Rep.: .Associated Girl Students
AFM Rep: Affiliated Franklin Men
Car. Conf.: Career Conference
NFL: National Forensic League
SC Rep.: Student Council Representative
SB: Student Body
Cos.: Costumes Committee
Cr. C: Cross Country
POST: PUST staff member
ALMANAC: ALMANAC staff member
Gen. Chmn.: General Chairman
V. Pres.: Vice President
Pub. Chmn.: Publicity Chairman
l : Freshman year
2: Sophomore year
3: junior year
4: Senior year
Albano, Carol: Abernethy: Wlork,
Allen, Barbara: Woodstock: VVork: Honor Roll-
3: SC.-Rep.-l,Z: Ski Club-3.4: Forum-3,4: hlr.
Prom Decorations Comm.-3: Sr. Prom
Decorations Comm. Chinn.-4.
Androschuk, Gordon: Creston: College: WVork:
POST-4: F-ball-l,2: li-ball-l: 'lirack-2.
Backstrom, Cindy: Richmond: College: Honor
Roll-3,-l: NHS-3,4: Track-3,4.
Baker, Nancy: Woodstock: College: Honor Roll-
3,4: Class Pub. Chmn.-3: SC.-Rep-l,Z,3: AGS-
Rep.-4: AGS Pub. Chmn.-4: Art Staff-3,4:
Thespians-3.-l-, Pres.: Forum-Z,3,4: Student CC.-
l,2: SC. Pub. Comm.-1: Plays, Pub., Cos.-
Barbour, Tracy: Woodstock: College: Work:
SB.-Sec.-4: SC.-2,3,4: AGS-Rep-3,4-: Forum-4:
Christmas Court Queen-4: -lr. Prom Decorations
Comm.-3: Sr. Prom Entertainment Commf
Chinn.-4: Candyland Dance Chmn.-4: Senior
Rally: May Fete Court.
Barnum, Patrice: Creston: Armed Services.
Barrett, Shirley: Atkinson: College: Work:
Honor Roll-l,2,3,4: NHS-2,3,4: Sigma-3,4-Sec:
4: Lambda Gamma-2: Forum-2,3,4: Band-
Beal, Harlie: Clinton Kelly: Armed Services: li-
Belmore, Curtis: Atkinson: Honor Roll-2: NHS
2,3,4: Forum-2,3,4: Cross Country-l,Z,3.
Bentley, Diane: Creston: College: Work. l
Bentz, Randall: Hood River High School, Hood
River, Oregon. l
Bernunzio, john: St. Ignatius: Work:
ALMANAC photographer-4: May Fete Escort.
Bernunzio, Paul: St. lgnatius: Work.
Billingsley, Barbara: Binnsmead: Colle-ge:l
Work: Honor Roll-2,3,4: NHS-4: Forum-4:
Bishop, Randy: St. Ignatius: College: Work:
glass Sgt.-at-Arms: AFM-Rep-2,5: lJettermen's
,lub-l,Z,.l,4: Track-4: B-ball-l: F-ball-l,2,3,4.
Blades, Patti: Arleta: College: Work: Honor
Roll-3,4-: AGS-Rep-4: Sigma-4: Ski Club-4:
Quakerettes-l,Z-V-Pres. Track-3,4-: "AH Choir-
-: Plays-4: Ticket-2.4: slr. Prom invitations-3:
tr. Prom entertainment-4: Senior Council
llankenship, Debbie: Sunnyside: Work: Girls'
lowen, Michael: Work: Honor Roll-4: Band-
Bowen, Pamela: Addams City jr. High, Addams
fity, Colorado: Armed Services: Marriage,
Qowles, Arlene: Woodstock: Marriage: Girls'
fhoir-3: Bowling-Z: Stage Crew-3: Cos.-4.
Brenton, Rex: Atkinson: College: Honor Roll-
,Z,3,4: Class 'l'reas.-4: NHS-2,3,4: l,ettermen's
'lub-2,3,4: Friars-3,4-Pres.: Forum-2,3,4:
accalaureate Host-3: Cr. C-l,2,.l,-l-Captain: B-
'all-l,2,3: Track-l,2,.l,4: May Fete Escort.
ridges, Barbara: Atkinson: College: Honor
oll-4: Sgt-at-arms-3,4: ALMANAC Staff-394:
igma Z,3,4-Pres.: l,ettermen's Club-l,2,3,4:
orum-2,3: Sr. Prom Comm.: Open House
ornm.: Sr. reg. rep,: Swimming-l,2,3,4-Capt.:
Nrack-l,2,3,4-'lirack Hall of Fame: Band-
Z,3,4: Perfect Attendance-l,2,3,4: NHS-4:
per Senior Colnm.
rown, Ken: joseph Lane: Work: Honor Roll-
aldwell, Cindy: Marcus Whitman: College:
rmed Services: AGS-3,4: DECA-Sec. 3:
allaghan, jean: St. lgnatius: College: Honor
oll-4: AGS-Pres.-4: AGS Sec.: AGS Rep.-
2,3,4: Ski Club-3-,4: Forum-3.4: Baccalaureate
omm.-3: Graduation .Comm.-4: Day of
ialogue Comm.-4: Make-up Crew-3: Publicity-
: Tickets-3: Outdoor School-Z,3,4.
anham, Karen: Creston: Plays: Stage Crew.
aputo, Mike: Richmond: College: Honor Roll-
Z,3,4: NHS-2,3,4: Forum-3,4.
arrara, Denise: Arleta: Girls' Choir-2,3.
arroll, Dennis xl.: Benson High School:
ollege: Honor Roll-.3,4: Photo Staff-3: Forum-
arter, Samuel: Kellofltll Wtlrkg Armed
rvices: Student Council: Football: "A" Choir.
heek, Alan: Marshall High School: Work.
how, Lynn: College: Honor Roll-3: NHS-4:
orum-4: Girls' Choir-3.
ieloha, Randy: Woodstock: College: Honor
oll-l,2,3,4: Commencement Comm.:
Clark, Jim: Arleta: College: Honor Roll-l:
NHS-Z,3,4: Class president-l: SC rep-l,Z,3,4:
AFM-l,Z: Christmas Court-l.3: Prom Court-3:
B-ball-l: Ba-ball-l: fllennis-4: Christmas- Pub.
Chmn.: jr. Prom Court Chmn.: Safety Week Co
Chmn.- l: jr. Prom Band Comm,-3:
Constitution: N HS-Chap-4: May Fete Escort.
Clayson, Dan: Glencoe: College: Honor Roll-
2,3,4: NHS-2,3,4: SC Rep-3: ALA-3,4 Pres.:
Forum-14: Band-l,2,.3: Pep Band--1-.
Clow, Eileen: Creston: College: Honor Roll-
l,2,3,4: NHS-Z,3,4: AGS Rep-1,-l-: SC Rep-2,3:
Russian Club-3.4: Pres: Ecology Club-3, Treas.:
Lettermen's Club-2,3.4, Treas.: Forum-2,3,4:
Swimming- l ,2,3,4: Track-l: Curriculum
Council-3, Sec.: jr. Prom Refreshments Comm.-
Coe, john: Kellvggi College: Honor Roll-
l,2,3,4: NHS-2,3,4: Forum-2,3,+l-: Friars--l-: B-
ball-l,2: Ba-ball-1,2,3,4: Baccalaureate-3.
Colvin, Shirley: Atkinson: College: Work:
Honor Roll-l,2,3: NHS-Z,3,4: Class Pub. Chinn-
2,4: ALMANAC Staff-3,4-: Art Staff-3,4:
Lettermen's Club-3,4-: 'Pliespians-2,3,4: Varsity
Fall Rally-3,4, Pub. Chmn.-3, Pres.-4:
Christmas Court-3: jr. Prom Court-3: Pleiades-
3,4: Sec: Campus Life-l,2,3,4: Elections Comm-
Z: slr. Prom Pub. Comm.-3: Sr. Prom Publ.
Chinn,-4: Christmas Dance Dec. Chmn-3:
Baccalaureate-3: Make-up Crew-2,3: Stage
Crew-l,2,3: Publicity-Z,-1: Cos. Comm.-2:
Alumni Christmas Party-4, Perfect Attendance-
l,2,3: Petition Revision Comm.-2: May Fete
Crisanaz, Allen: Kellogg: College: Honor Roll-
l,2,3,4: NHS-2.3,-l: Forum-2,3,4.
Cuddy, Patricia: St. lgnatius: College.
Cunningham, Dawn: Arleta: College: Wlork:
Class Sgt.-at-Arms-4: Forum-3.
Custer, Leonard: La Salle, Milwaukie, Oregon:
College: Honor Roll-2,3,4: NHS-4: Friars-4:
D'Ambrosia, hlulie: St. lgnatius: College: lVork:
Honor Roll-l,2,3,4: NHS-2,3,4: Pub. Chmn-4,
Sgt.-at-Arms-4: Class Sgt.-at-Arms-4: AGS Rep-
Z: ALMANAC Staff-3,4-, Typist, Seniors
Editor: Lambda Gamma-Z,3: Sgt-at-Arms-Z:
Lettermen's Club-l,2,3,4, Pub. Chinn-3:
Ecology Club-3, V. Pres., Pub. Climn., Pres.:
Campus Life-4: Russian Club-4: Sec.:
Curriculum Council-3,4-, Sgt.-at-Arms-3, Sec.-4:
Swimming Hall of Fame-4: Forum-2,3,4: Super
Seniors-73 Comm.-4: -lr. Prom Refreshments
Comm.-3: Alumni Christmas Party-4: Day of
Dialogue Pub. Chmn.-3: Fire Squad-l,2: Honor
Roll Comm.-3: Concession Stand-l,Z,3, Chmn.:
Petition Revision Comm. Chmn.-2: ALA-4,
Sec.: Pleiades-4: Senior Rally-4.
Darke, Linda: Mt. labor: College: Honor Roll-
l,2,3,4: NHS-3,4: Class Pres.-4: AGS V. Pres.-
4: SC Rep-l,2: POST Staff-3,4, News Editor,
Feature Editor, Managing Editor: NFL-l,2,
Sec.: l,ettermen's Club-3,-lg jr. Prom Court-3:
Forum-2,3,4: Golf-3,4-: jr. Prom Gen. Chmn.-3:
Rose Festival Princess-4: May Pete Court
Davis, Chuck: ,loseph Lane: Armed Services.
Deems, Greg: Arleta: College: Bowling-2.3.4.
Demuth, Cindy: Wloodstock: Vvork.
Deters, Bruce: Our Lady of Sorrows: Wlork:
Rifle 'lleam-2,3,-l-: Captain: Rifle Club-14.
Dickinson, Sandra: Kellogg: College: Honor
Roll-l,2,3,4: NHS-Z,3,4: Class 'llreas-4: SC Rep-
2,3,4: Sigma V. Pres-4: Pleiades-3.4, Pres.:
Forum-Z,3,4: Band-l,2,5,el-: Majorette-l,2,3,-l:
Sr. Prom Serving Comm.-3: Senior Rally-4.
Dil.oreto, Chris: Kellogg: College: Honor Roll-
l,2,3,4: NHS-Z,3,4: Class V. Pres.-4:
Lettermen's Club-2,3,4: Friars-2.4, V. Pres.:
Forum-4: Track-l,2,3,4: Sr. Prom Budget
Chmn.-4: Baccalaureate-3: Senior Breakfast
Chmn.-4: Senior Rally-4: May Fete
Dimoff, Deanne: Creston: VVork: Honor Roll-
1,3,4: NHS-Z,3,4: Class Sgt.-at-Arms-Z:
ALMANAC Staff-3,4-: Bowling 'lieam-l,2.
Dirks, Glenda: South Side High School, Ft.
Wayne, lndiana: College: Honor Roll-3,-L
Donaldson, Carol Rose: Kellogg: Work:
Quakerettes-2: Highliners-2: "B" Choir-3:
Girls' Glee Club-l: Drama-4: Plays-4.
Duclos, Joann: Dexter McCary. Gresham,
Oregon: College: Honor Roll-4: Forum-3.
Entwisle, Ron: Creston: Armed Services: Honor
Roll-4: NHS-3,4: ALMANAC Staff-3,4:
Lettermenls Club-2,3,4: Forum 4: Perfect
Attendance-l,2,3,4: F-ball-l,Z,3,-l-: B-ball-l:
Erickson, Charlene: Kellogg, Armed Services:
Pep Club-2: "A" Choir-3: Girls' Choir-2: "A"
Ewing, james: Creston: College: Honor Roll-
l,2,3,4: NHS-2.3,-1: AFM Rep-l,2: Class Pres.-
4: Friars-3,4, Pub. Chmn.: -lr. Prom Court-3:
Forum-2,3,4: F-ball-l,Z,3,4: B-ball-l,Z,3: Track-
l,2,4: slr. Prom Comm.-3: Baccalaureate-3:
Commencement-3: May Fete Chamberlain.
Fluharty, Tom: Creston: College: Honor Roll-
2,3.4: NHS-3,4-: Class Sgt.-at-Arms-2: AFM
Rep-l: POST Staff-3,4-, Editor-in-Chief-4,
Managing Editor-3: Quill and Scroll-4: Forum-
Z,3: -lr. Prom Comm.-3: B-ball-l: jr.-Dad's
Frison, Debbie: W'ork: Honor Roll-.2,3,4: Track-
Garrett, Steve: Abernethy: College: Honor Roll-
3,4: SC Rep-2: AFM Rep-1: Forum-2.3,4: Rifle
Team-2: Bowling Club-1.2,-1.
Garrison, Dale: Richmond: College: Honor Roll-
3,4: POST Staff-4: F-ball-l,2,3,4, Captain-4:
Ba-ball-l,2: "A" Choir-Z,4: NHS-4.
Gates, Linda: Newport High, Newport,
Gedamke, jan: Reynolds, Troutdale, Oregon:
Giunta, John: Atkinson, College: Honor Roll-
l,2,3,4: NHS-2,3,4: SC Rep-2,3: Friars-3,-l.
Treas.: F-ball-l: B-ball-l,2: Ba-ball-l,Z,3,42
Best Offensive-3: Baccaluareate-3: Sr. Alumni
Christmas Party-4: Forum-2,3,4: Track-4.
Glover, jeff: Kellogg: College: Sc. Rep-4: F-hall-
Grant, Gayle: Kellogg? Class Sec.-2: SC Rep-
l,2,3: Forum-2,3: AGS-1,Z,4.
Green, Mark H.K.: Benson: College.
Gribble, Shirley: Lane: College: Honor Rol1-1-
4: Class Sgt.-at-Arms-4: SC Rep-l,Z: AGS Rep-
Guldenzopf, Larry: Kellogg: Armed Services.
Gumbert, Richard: College: Work: SC Rep-
Gwilliam, Vicki: St. lgnatius: Work.
Hampton, Rich: Portland State University:
College: Step One Coordinator: POST Staff-
3,4, Editor-in-Chief, Managing Editor: Forum-
Z,3,4: Principal's Advisory Comm-4.
Harris, Patricia: Dale lckes Jr. High College:
Work: "A" Choir: Girls, Choir: Plays: Forum-
Harrison, Sue: Joseph Lane: Work: Honor Roll-
Hausch, Nancy: Creston: College: Honor Roll-
I ,Z,4: NHS-Z,3,4.
Head, Elaine: St. Stephens: College: Forum-3:
Helus, Paul: Richmond: Armed Services.
Henry, Vanora: Glencoe: VVork: "A" Choir:
Girls' Choir: Madrigals.
Herrmann, l.isa: Kelloilili College: Work:
Honor Roll-l,2,-l: NHS-2,3,-l: AGS-Z,3,:
Thespians-3,-l, Scribe: Forum-Z,3,4: Plays-
2,3,4: Make-up Crew-2: Stage Crew-3: Stage
Hiller, Mark: Kellogg: College.
Hogan, Tom: Woodstock: College: Work.
Holstrom, Lonna: Kelso Senior High, Kelso,
Washington: Work: Honor Roll-3.
Horton, Kathyrne: Atkinson: Work: Honor
Howell, RoZanne: Atkinson: College: Honor
Roll-l,2,3,4: NHS-2,3,4: Sigma-Z,3,4: Chap.
Hist. Pres.: Pleiades-4: Forum-2,3: "A" Choir-
3: Girls' Choir-2: Band-l,Z,3,-l-: Orchestra-
l,2,3,4: Ensembles-l,2,3,4: Sonnettes: Plays-4.
Hughes, joy: Lane: College: Honor Roll-l,3,4:
NHS-3,4: Sigma-Z,3,-l: Pub. Chmn., Hist.:
Forum-4: Sr. Prom Comm.-4: "AH Choir-3:
Girls' Choir-2: Band-2,3,4: Orchestra-l,2,3,4:
lfnsembles-l,2,3,-lr: Sonnettes: Costumes-4:
Asst. Director for winter play-4: Thes.-4: Treas.
Huie, Mel: Kellogg: College: Honor Roll-
l,2,3,-l-: NHS-2.3,-1: Class Sgt.-at-Arms-2:
Russian Club-4: Forum-Z,3,4, Steering Comm.-
lnahara, Cheryl A.: Creston: Work: Class Sgt.-
at-Arms-l: AGS Rep-l,2: Ski Club-3,4, V. Pres.-
4: Step-one Tutor: Golf 'lieam-3,4.
Jacoby, Kenya Rae: Woodstock: College: Honor
Roll-2,3,4: NHS-3,4-: lforum-2,3,4: U. of P.
Jarvis, Melissa: Kellogg: College: Curriculum
Council Rep-2: SC Rep-l,2,3: Baccalaureate Co-
Chmn.-3: Jr. Prom Comm.-3: Sr. Prom Comm.-
4: Commencement Hostess 3: jr.-Dad's Club B-
ball Game Rally.
hlensen, Patty: Atkinson: Wlork: Class Sgt.-at-
johnson, Dave: kvork: F-ball-l.
johnson, Victoria: Atkinson: VVork: Honor Roll-
3,4: NHS-3,-1: Class Sgt.-at-Arms-3: AGS Rep-
Z: Forum-3: Track-l: Costumes-4: Art Staff-4.
Jolley, Sandi: Atkinson: College: Work: Honor
Roll-l,3: POST Staff-3,43 SC Rep-l,2: Forum-
2,3,4: jr. Prom Comm.-3: Step-One Tutor:
Latch-Key Ceramic Tutor.
.lont-s, Andrea: Atkinson: College: Honor Roll-
2,3,4: NHS-4: Class Pub. Chmn-l: Art Staff-
3,-l: Forum-3,4: Christmas Court-l: Latch Key
Ceramic Tutor-3: Costumes-4.
glones, lfloy: St. Stephenls: College: Honor Roll-
3,4: AGS Rep-l: Photo Staff-3: Forum-3,-l-: Sr.
Prom Programs and lnvitations Comm. Chinn.-
jordan, Tom: Creston: Work.
Jung, Doris: St. Ignatius: College: Honor Roll-
3,4: NHS-4: AGS Rep-4: Pep Club-5,43
Attendance Sec: Swim Team-l,Z,3,-l: Forum-
slung, Richard: Creston: College: VVork:
glunker, Mark: Richmond: College: VVork:
Honor Roll-l,2,3,4: NHS-Z,3,4: Forum-Z,3,4:
Golf 'l'ean1-2,353 klr. Prom Decorations Comm.-
Kaipola, Helena: Creston: College: Work:
Honor Roll-l,3,-l: Class Pub. Chmn.-4: SC Rep-
l,2,3: AGS Rep-l,Z: Orchestra-l,2,3: ulr. Prom
Court Comm. Chmn-3: Consitution Comm.-Z.
Kappelman, Dayle: Kellogg: Work.
Kirchem, Gail: Clinton Kelly: College: Work:
Honor Roll-l,Z,3,4: NHS-4: Art Staff-Srl: Poor
R ichard's Rockettes-3, Captain.
Knapp, Georgia: Atkinson: College: Work:
Honor Roll-2,.l: Sigma-2,3,-l-: Band-l,2,3,4:
Orchestra-l,2,3,-l: Forum-4: Plays hdake-up
Knight, Ray: Arleta: Work: Ba-ball-l,2,
Knutson, Carol: Glencoe: Honor Roll-3,4: Class
Pres-3: AGS Pres-4: Class Sgt.-at-Arms-2,4: SC
Rep-l: jr. Prom Court-3: l"orum-Z,3,4: "A"
Choir-2: Girls' Choir-4: "Uklahomal"-4: -lr.
Prom Comm.-3: Elections Comm.-3: Class
Constitution Revision Comm.-2: liudget Comm.-
2: May Pete Court-4.
Kruse, Janice: Kellogg: College: Honor Roll-
3,4: AGS Rep-Z: SC Rep-l: Forum-3,4: Sr.
Prom Comm.-4: "AH Choir-3,4: Girls' Choir-2:
Laihle, Earl: Woodstock: College: B-ball-2.3.42
Lapp, Bev: Arleta: College: Work: Honor Roll-,
3,4: NHS-4: AGS Rep-4: Hi-Liners-2, Pres.:
Sigma-3,-l: Ski Club-4: Lettermenls Club-4:
Forum-4: KISN-Faculty B-ball Rally-2: Track-
3,4: "A" Choir-4: Tickets-Z: Plays-4: Sr. Prom
lfntertainment Comm.--lf: Sr. Prom lnvitations
Lee, Harold: Atkinson: College: Vllork: Honor
Roll-2,.l,4: NHS-3,-1: ALMANAC Staff-4:
Lentz, Debbie: Lane: College: Work: AGS Repl
2: SC Rep-l,2: liorum-3: jr. Prom Decorations
Liang, Helen: Cleveland: College: Work:
Honor Roll-l,2,3.-1-: NHS-2,3,4: Class Sgt.-at-l
Arms-4: NHS Sgt.-at-Arms, Pub. Chinn.: SC
Rep-3: Sr. Prom Comm.-4: CC-4.
Littell, Debra: Creston: Armed Services: SC
Locke, Jan: Atkinson: College: Honor Roll-4:
Art Staff-4: Forum-2,3,4: Steering Comm. Sec..
Pres.: jr. Prom Decorations Comm. Chmn.-3:
jr. Prom Programs Comm.-3: Cos. Chmn.-3.4:
Lorenzen, David: Atkinson: College: Vvork:
Lovegrove, Mark: Arleta: College: Vllork:
Lovlien, 'liomz Kellogg? College: Honor Roll-l
l,Z,3,4: NHS-2,3,'l-: Forum-2,3,-l: SC Rep-2:
Cr. C.-l,2,-lf: B-ball-l,2,3,4: Ba-ball-l,2: Track-
Lowry, Nlark K.: kv tiiir lstock: College: Work.
Lundquist, Gord clii C Nlarshall: College: Vvork.
Lyseng, Roger: Kellogg: College: Honor Roll-
l,2,3,-l-: NHS-Z,3,-l: lla-ball-3.
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iflayberry, Rick: Creston: Work. in ii " , Wilson, Geri
!IcCartney, Randy: Richmond: College: Armed
iervices: Honor Roll-l,2,3,4: SB V. Pres.-4: SC
Exep-l,2,3,4: Forum-3,4: Sigma-3,4: Par.-4:
hespians-4: "A" Choir-4: Cr. C.-l,2: B-ball-
,2: Track-l,Z: Plays-4: Band-l,2,3,4:
Jrchestra-2,3,4: Percussion Ensemble-3,-l: Boys'
tate Rep-3: NHS-4.
!IcClanahan, Gary: Kellogg: Work: Armed
!IcCreary, Deborah Ann: Einstein jr. High, San
flaghbouleh, Farid: College: CC-3.
flahoney, Debbie: Sunnyside: College: Honor
ioll-l,Z,3,4: NHS-3,4: POST Staff-3: Forum-
,3: Elections Comm.-3.
flain, Kit Thomas: Benson: Work.
lammen, Alice: Kellogg: College: Honor Roll-
,3,4: NHS-3,-l-: SC Rep-2.4: AGS Rep-l: NHS
fhap.-4: Thespians-3,4-: Sigma-3,4-, Chap.:
lussian Club-3,4, Sec.: Girls, Choir-3: "A"
fhoir-4: Madrigals-4: Plays-2,3,4: Make-up
frew-4: Tickets-4: Sr. Prom Refreshments
flanolis, Susan: Marshall: Work.
Tartinez, Desiree: Crescenta Valley High
chool, La Creseenta, Calif.: Work: Sr. Prom
lattson, Bob: Richmond: Work: AFM Rep-3:
:rt Staff-4: "A" Choir-2.
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Diego, Calif.: College: Honor Roll-3: SC-2:
Thes,4: AGS-1: Forum-3: Girls' Choir-l: Plays-
3,4: Publicity-3: Usher-3.
McDermott, Patricia: james Monroe
Sepulveda, Calif.: College: Work.
McDonough, Steve: College.
McGuire, Rebecca: Woodsotck.
McKean, Cora: Arleta: Work: POST Staff-3,4-:
Art Staff-3,4: Sigma-2,3: Thespians-4: Track 2:
HAH Choir-3,4: Girls, Choir-2: Plays-4: Cos.-4:
Make-up Crew-4: Programs Chmn-4.
Meyer, Don K.: Arleta: Work: Rifle Team-3,4:
Miley, Carl: Woodstock: College: Golden Ball
B-hall-2: Campus Life-4: B-ball-l,2.
Miller, Patricia: Woodstock: College: Work:
Honor Roll-3,4-: POST-4: Forum-2,3.
Mills, Julie: Arleta: College: Honor Roll-
l,Z,3,4: NHS-3,4: FUYLIITI-Z,3.
Miner, Lesley: VVoodstock: College: Work:
Class Sgt.-at-Arms-2: NFL-Z: See.: Forum-3.
if Yanase, Kazuhiko
Moon, Dave: Creston: College: F-ball-Z:
Swimming-4: B-ball-1.2: Bowling-l,2,
Moore, glean: Richmond: Work: Honor Roll-
Moultrie, Trula: Burley High School, Burley,
Idaho: Work: "B" Choir-1.
Myers, Michelle: College: Work: Honor Roll-3:
SC Rep-3: Art Staff-4: Homecoming Court-l.
Myers, Nancy: Atkinson: College: Honor Roll-
l,2,3,4: Forum-2,4: Band l,2,3,4: Sax Quartet-
Nemgar, Donna: Arleta: College: Work: AGS
Rep-l: SC Rep-I: Forum-4. '
Neukamm, Marlene: St. lgnatius, College:
Honor Roll-2,3,4: NHS-3,4: Forum-4: AGS
Niiranen, Paulette: Arleta: College: Honor Roll-
3,4: NHSe3,4: AGS Rep-l: Forum-Z,4.
Nies, Jim: Roy C. Ketchem, Wappinger Falls,
New York: Work.
Ottoson, Ken: Atkinson: College: Honor Roll-
l,2,3,4: NHS-Z,3,4: Lettermen's Club-l,2,3.,4:
Forum-2,3,4: Friars-4: Cr. C.-1.2.3,-l: Track-
Palandri, Alerry: Arleta: College: Honor Roll-
3,4: NHS-3,4: SC Rep-3: Forum-2,3.
Palmer, Becky: Creston: College: Work: Honor
Roll-2,3,4: AGS Rep-3: Art Staff-3,4: SC Rep-
Palmer, Ron: Creston: College: Honor Roll-3,4:
SB V. Pres., Pres.-4: Class V. Pres.-3: SC Rep-
l,2,3,4: AFM Rep-2: Friars-3,4-, Sec.: Rally-3:
Wrestling-l: Jr. Prom Court-3: Sr. Prom
Comm.-4: Christmas Dance Comm.-3,4: Make-
up Crew-3: NHS-4: May Pete Prime Minister-
Palmer, kVayne: Glencoe: College: l,ettermen's
Club-3,-l-: Forum-2,3: P-ball-Z,3,4.
Parsons. Karen: Redmond High School,
Redmond, Oregon: College: Honor Roll-2,3,4:
NHS-3,-F: AGS Rep-2: ALMANAC Staff-3.4:
Forum-.Z,3,4: Band-l,2,3,-lg NHS Hist.
Pavlich, W.D.: Woodstock: College: Honor
Roll-4: NHS-3.4: .-XFIVI Rep-3.4, Sec.: POST
Staff-4, Columnist: Forum-2,3,4: F-ball-l,Z,3,4-:
Peloquin, Penney: Kellogg: College: Honor Roll-
l,Z,3,4: NHS-4: Class Sgt.-at-Arms-2,3: AGS
Rep-l,2: SC Rep-l,Z: P-ball Wrestling Rally-4.
V. Pres., Pres.: Forum-2,3,4: Jr. Prom
Ping, Ken: St. Ignatius: College: Honor Roll-
Plyler, Teresa: Foster High School, Seattle.
Washington: College: Work: Honor Roll-2.14:
NHS-Z,3,-l-: AGS Rep-2: Sigma-2,3,4: Pep Club-
2: "A" Choir-3,-lr: Girls' Choir-2: Forum-2,3:
Madrigals-3.4: Sonnettes-Z,3,4: Cos-4: jr. Prom
Powell, Nlikez Kellogg: Work: Armed Servius,
Preskey, 'liim L.: Marshall: College:
Lettermen's Club-3,-lf: B-hall Rally-4: Ba-ball-
3.4: E-hall-4: "A" Choir-3,-lf: "B" Choir-2:
Price, Laura Kim: Atkinson: College: Honor
Roll-1,Z,3,4: Photo Staff-3: NFL-3,4-: Hist.,
Treas.: Foruin-Z,3,4: "A" Choir-3,-1: Girls'
Choir-Z: Sonnettes-Z,.3.4: Plays-4.
Price, 'liimz Creston: College: Honor Roll-2:
AFM Rep-3,4: Forum-2: Bowling-l,Z,3,-l-: Pres.-
4: Track-l: Constitution Comm.-2.
Quinn, Dorian: Brooklyn: College: Honor Roll-
l,Z,3,4: NHS-3,4: Class Sec.-2: SC Rep-2:
Russian Club-3,4: V. Pres.: Ecology Club-3, V.
Pres.: NHS V. Pres.-4: B-ball Rally-2: CC-3,4,
Pres.: NHS Comm. Chmn-4.
Regelin, Dennis: Kellogg: College: Work:
Honor Roll-l,2,3,4: NHS-2,3,4: ALMANAC-
3,-P: Lettermen's Club-l,2,.l,4: Russian Club-
3,4: Sigma-4: Swimming-l,2,3,4: Hall Of Fame-
4: Bowling-2,3-: Forum-Z,3,4: Steering Comm.-
Richmond, Paulette: Conrad High School.
Conrad, Montana: College: Honor Roll-l,Z,3,4:
NHS-l,4: Pres.-4: Class Sgt.-at-Arms 4:
Campus Life-2,3: AGS Rep-2,3: SC Rep-4:
Sigma-3,4: 'l'reas.-4: Forum-4: Track-l:
Pleiades-4: Band-l,Z,3,4: Orchestra-l,4:
Roach, Kevin: W'ooclstock: College: SC Rep-l:
Russian Club-3.4: Ecology Club-3,4, Pres.-4:
CC-3,-lf, V. Pres.--lf: Forum-2,3,4: Wrestling-l,2.
Ruonala. Sue: Atkinson: Honor Roll-l,2,3,4:
Ags Rep-l,4: NHS-2.3.4-: POST-3,-4: Forum-
2,3,4: Election Comm.-Z.
Sander, Laura: Atkinson: College: Work:
Honor Roll-l,2,3,4: NHS-4: Forum-2,3,4:
Schoenbeek, Leo: Arleta: Armed Servicxs
Honor Roll-4: AFM Rep-3,-lf.
Schramm, Debbie: Arleta: College: SC Rep-l,Z:
AGS Rep-2: Forum-2,3,4.
Schroeter, Linda: Atkinson: College: Honor
Roll-l,2,3,4: NHS-Z,3,4: Sec.-4: Class Sec.-3: V.
Pres.-4: AGS Rep-l,2,3: SC Rep-1.2: Pleiades-
3,4-, Treas.: Forum-2,3,4: -Ir. Prom Court
Comm.-3: Sr. Prom Decorations Comm.-4: Sr.
Prom Programs Comm.-4.
Schumann, Louise: Washington: College.
Schwanke, Cyndi: Woodstock: Work: AGS Rep-
Schwarzkopf, Lila: Richmond: Work: Forum-3:
Elections Comm.-3: Sr. Prom Pub. Comm.-4:
Baccalaureate Comm.-4: Campus Lite-3,4-.
Scott, Cynthia: Atkinson: College: Work:
Honor Roll-l,2,3,4: NHS-2.3,-1: Sigma-3,4,
Sec.: Pleiades-4: Forum-2,3,4: Band-l,Z.3.4:
Seim, Joel: Kellogg: College.
Shaver, Pamela: Arlcta: College: AGS Rep-4:
Lettermen's Club-3: Ski Club-4: Pep Club-l,Z.
V. Pres.: Dance Line-l,2: KISN-Faculty Rally-
2: Track-2,3,4: "A" Choir-4: Girls' Choir-3:
"B" Choir-2: Plays-4: Tickets-2: Sr. Prom
Entertainment Comm.-4: Sr. Prom Programs
Sickler, Tad: Glencoe: College: Armed Services:
AFM Rep-2: I"-ball-I,2,3,4: Ba-ball-lg Track-
Seivers, Carol: Atkinson: College: Work: Honor
Roll-3.4: AGS Rep-l,2: Band-l,2,3.4: Forum-4:
Orchestra-3,-l-: Brass Ensemble-2,4.
Siple,-Iohn: Atkinson: Work: Honor Roll-2,-4.
Skidmore, Darlene: Creston: College: AGS Rep-
2: 'lirc-as.: Class Sgt.-at-Arms-4: Rhodes Hi
Board-4: jr. Prom Comm.-3: Baccalaureate-3:
CC-2.3: SC Rep-2,391-: Car. Conf.-2.
Smith, Daniel L.: Atkinson: College: Honor
Roll-Z,3,-lr: NHS-3,4: Cr. C.-l,Z: B-ball-l,2,3:
Track-l,Z,3.4: "A" Choir-2,3: Forum-2,3,4:
Steering Comm.-4: SC Rep-4.
Smith, Paul: Atkinson: College: AFM Rep-2:
SC Rep-l: Forum-4: Golf-Z.
Smith, Sally: joseph Lane: Work: Girls' Choir-
l: Mixed Choir-4.
Sparkman, Tara: Creston: College: Work:
Honor Roll-l: NHS-3,4: Forum-2.
Stafford, Melodic: VVoodstock: College: Honor
Roll-l,2,3,4: NHS-4: SB Pub Chmn.-4: Class
Sec.-4: AGS-l,2: ALMANAC Staff-4: Ski Cluh
Z: Forum-Z,3,4: Art Staff-3,4-: jr. Prom Court-
3: Plays-4: jr. Prom Pub. Chmn-3: Alumn
Christmas Party-4: Super Senior Comm.-4: Sr
Prom Pub. Chmn-4: Commencement Usher-3.
Staino, Mick: Kellogg: College: lfVork: Honoi
Stalker, Diane: St. Stephens: College: Honoi
Roll-3,-4: NHS-4: AGS Rep-2: SC Rep-4:
ALMANAC-3,4-: Editor-in-Chief: Lambda
Gamma-2: Forum-3,4: Plays-4: Safety Weel-
Comm.-2: Sr. Prom Decorations Comm,-4: Sr,
Prom lnvitations and Announcements-4: Supel
Senior Comm.-4: Alumni Christmas Partj
Hostess-4: Elections Comm.-3. l
Stark, Brenda: Hoover High School, San Diego
Steele, Evonne: Kellogg: College: Work: Honoll
Roll-2.3,-l: NHS-4: Class Sgt-at-Arms-2: AG.
Rep-4: ALMANAC-4: Campus Life-2,3,4
Forum-2,3: Girls' Chorus-l: Elections Comm.
3: -Ir. Prom Decorations Comm.-3: jr. Pron
Refreshments Comm.-3: Sr. Prom Program
Comm.-4: Sr. Prom Publicity Comm.-4
Baccalaureate-3: Christmas Alumni Party-4
Stage Crew-3: Baccalaureate Chairman: Senio'
Steffan, Daryl: Arleta: College: kvrestling-2
Stevens, Marty: St. Stephens: College: Forum
Stone, Steven: Glencoe: College: Class Pres.-.li
SC Rep-3: Sigma-3.4: Homecoming Escort-Z
Prom Court-3: Rally-2,-i: Track-l,2: Band
l,2,3,-lf: Forum-4: Dr. Erickson Points Comm.
3: Nlay Fete Escort.
Stopper, Judy: St. Stephens: Work: Forum
Stoutenberg, Joni: Arleta: Work: Rally-1,2
Suclborough, Rita: joseph Lane: Work
'l'ano, Shari: Richmond: Work: Girls' Choir-l. -
Taylor, Bob: Richmond: College: Work: Sf
Rep-3: APM-l,2: POST-4: Ba-ball-l,Z,3,4.
'l'empleton, Greg: Benson: lfVork.
'lien Clay, Nyla: Creston: VVork: Honor Roll
3,4: SC Rep-l: Thespians-2,3,-P: Sigma-Z
Forum-2,3,4: Girls' Choir-2: Ensembles-l,2,3,-l-:
Thespians Sec.: Make-up Crew-2: Tickets-2:
Thompson, Jacqueline: Richmond: Work:
College: AGS Rep-2: SC Rep-3: Forum-3:
Girls' Chorus-l: Plays-3.
Whroop, Mark Edwin: Las Lomas High,
Walnut Creek, Calif: VVork.
lqracy, Pat: Our Lady of Sorrows: College:
l'rask, Teresa: Creston: College: Marriage:
AGS Rep-l: Forum-3,4: Track-l.
lnreibel, Patricia: Joseph Lane: Honor Roll-
,2,3,4: NHS-3,4: Forum-2,3,-I-.
lirimm: jon: Arleta: College: Honor Roll-4:
glass V. Pres.-l: SC Rep-l,2: 'liwirp Court-l:
'orum-Z,3,4: F-ball-l,2: B-ball-l: Ba-hall-l:
liurley, Sara: Glencoe: Wlork: Honor Roll-3,-1:
l'urnquist, Kristi: Richmond: College: Honor
Loll-l,2,3,4: NHS-3,4-: Forum-2,3: Girls' Choir-
l: Ensembles-l,2,3.-I-: Plays-3,-l-.
liweten, Karen: Kellogg: College: Honor Roll-
:Z.3,4: NHS-2.3,-lg Class Sec.-3: SC Rep-2,3:
AGS-l,3: POST-3,4-: Lettermenls Club-3,4:
reas.: Plc-iades-3,-l-, V. Pres. Forum-2,3:4: jr.
Irom Queen-3: Homecoming Court-3:
.hristmas Court-2.3: B-ball Rally-l,2,3,4, Pre.:
lr. Prom Decorations-3: Jr. Prom Refreshments-
: Sr. Prom Co-chrm.-4: May Fete Queen.
lrbach, Susan Kay: Richmond, College: Honor
.oll-2: AGS Rep-3: Year Rep-4: Ski Club-4:
avrosky, Lennae: Atkinson: Work.
'igna, Dennis: Kellogg: College: Class Sgt.-at-
arms-2: SC Rep-l,2: AFM Rep-l,Z: DECA-3:
-lfaits, Pamela: Woodstock: VVork: Girls' Choir-
Vallace, John: Creston: College: Class Sgt.-ah
.rms-3: AFNI Rep-l: SC Rep-2: Forum-4:
iettermenls Club-2,3,4: F-ball-l,2,3,4:
Vrestling-l,2: Track-l: All City lf-hall
-Waterhouse, Rod: Marysville: College: Honor
oll-2: AFM Pres.-4: Key Pres.-4: slr. Prom
'ourt King-3: Forum-4: F-ball-l,2:3,4:
Vrestling-l,2,3,4: Ba-ball-l: Track-2,3,4: May
Jeber, Terri: Glencoe: Work: "A" Choir-3.4:
Webster, joe: Marshall: College.
feirich, Michael: Lynch Park: College: Honor
oll-l,2,3,4: NHS-Z,3,4: Russian Club-3:4-:
res.-4: Forum-2:3,4: Steering Comm.-3,4-:
LMANAC Staff-3,4-: Sr. Prom Refreshments
Comm. Chmn.-4: Area III Ecoaestethics
Welch, Leann: Cleveland: College: lfVork: Pep
Club-l: Powder Puff F-ball-l.
Winegarden, Ronald: Arleta: Stage Crew-2.3.4.
Wlittkop, Qlim: VVoodstock: College: AFM Rep-
Wilson, Geri Ann: .loseph Lane: College: Honor
Roll-3,-lg NHS-3,4: Class Sgt.-at-Arms-3: AGS
Rep-l,2,3,-l-: Sigma-2.3,-1: 'l'hes.-4: Pep Club-2:
Lettermen's Club-3,-l-: lforum-2,3,4: CC-Z: Step-
One Tutor-4: Nlr. Prom lnvitations Comm.-3:
Sr. Prom lnvitations and Programs Comm.-4:
"A" Choir-3.4: Girls' Choir-2: Orchestra-4:
Sonnettes-l,Z,3,4: Madrigals-3: Plays-3,4: Cos.-
3: Props-2:14, Climn.: Track Manager-3,-l-.
Wiseman, Mary Jo: Arleta: lrVork: "A" Choir-
2,3,4: Girls' Chorus-l.
Wong, Jeffrey: Oreston: College: AFM Rep-
Wong, Michael: Atkinson: College: Honor
Roll-l,4: NHS-4: SC Rep-l.2.3: ALMANAC-
3,4: Cr. C-l,2: Wlrestling-l: Forum-4.
Yanase, Kazuhiko: Shinmei, Tokyo, japan:
College: Honor Roll-l,2,3.-l-: NHS-Z:3,-l-: SB
Pres.-4: Class V. Pres.-Z: Class 'lireas-3: .AFM
Rep-l: AFM Pres.-4: ,lr. Prom Court-3: Forum-
2,3,4: "A" Choir-Z: Orchestra-2:3: B-ball Rally-
3: l"-hall-2: Golf-4: Assembly Comm.-Z:-l-: May
York, Linda: llloodstock: Vllork.
Young, Dan: Arleta: Wlork: Marriage.
Yowell, Paula: Richmond: College.
Zink, Tom: Arleta: College: SC Rep-3: Sigma-
4: "A" Choir-3,4: Double Quarter-5: Plays-4.
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Opposite Page, junior Fall Cabinet: Jacque Ernst,
treasurer, Linda Goodwin, president, Jim Sweet, vice
president: Nancy Louie, secretary, not pictured, Leta
Sweeney, publicity chairman. Ill Sgts.-at-Arms:
Doug Tallman, Cindy Comella, Patty Schwab, Donna
Willett, Mary Hughes, Debbie Couture, julie jones.
QZJ Cindy Comella and Doug Tallman paint posters for
Juniors Raise Funds
"I would say my term was a great success,
due to a very helpful and cooperative
cabinet," expressed Linda Goodwin, fall
junior class president. Through its many
money-making projects, the cabinet raised
junior Week activities were many in
number, including lemon-and-pie eating
contests, a trike race, and fortune cookie,
pepperoni, pickle, and class tag sales. Other
ideas considered were a cabinet exchange
with Lakeridge High in Lake Oswego, and
Christmas gift-wrapping at a shopping
Linda stated, "Our goal was to promote
spirit and unity in the junior class, and I felt
we accomplished it."
Juniors Plan Prom
Looking ahead to April, the spring Junior
Class Cabinet began making preparations
early for the Junior Prom. lt had appeared
for a while that, due to the seniors' lack of
funds, a joint prom would be heldg
however, separate events were decided
upon. "Pieces of April," the title of a
popular song, was chosen as the theme.
President Jacque Ernst hoped to schedule
biweekly activities as a means of raising
additional money for the prom. Her plans
provided juniors with an opportunity for
involvement. ln addition, a special
committee wrote the class's first
Opposite Page, Junior Spring Cabinet: Timm
Zimmerman, vice-president: Georgene Rose, publicity
chairmang Greg Strech, treasurer, Jacque Ernst,
president. Not Pictured: Shelley Shirley, secretary.
Clj Sgts-at-Arms: Joann Thomas, Carmen Hardy,
Penny Allen, Bob Hollingsworth, Patty Schwab, Julie
Locke, Gayle Hamilton, Cindy Comella, Benjamin
Franklin, Julie Cahill. l2l Cindy Haynes digs in her
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Page 134: ill Mary Lou Auborn and Janet Hardy
judge entries in the A.G.S. Pumpkin carving contest.
Page 135: 121 Theresa Carroll, Barbara Klamath,
and Elaine Westcott wait for the pep assembly to
begin. Page 137: ill Dan McFarlane deviously
prepares a plan of assault. 121 jim Sweet and julie
jones assist the "injured" trikes. U1
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of books for replacements. 121 Tom Lovlien and Tim
Lamb discuss politics. 131 "When's it going to pop?"
ponders Celeste Goodall. f4l Margie Fletcher, Linda
Bernard, Becky Mullins, Karen Hoerman, Carol
Dusek, Laura Oster, janet Hardy, and Debbie
Couture participate in junior eye resting.
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Sophomores 'Truck On"
"Our main goal was to get everyone
involved in having a good time," explained
fall sophomore class president l-lollie
Stafford. Sophomore Week, held Oct. Z4-27
with "Keep on Truckinm as the theme, was
the focus ofthe cabinet's plans for fall.
Among the activities were a cabinet
exchange with Cleveland High School, a
sponge throw, and class tag and pepperoni
sales. One unusual highlight was a "Hats
and I-lankies, Boots and Braids" day, with a
contest held for the most original costumes.
Opposite Page, Sophomore Fall Cabinet: Front Row:
Toni Cozzetto, treasurerg Hollie Stafford, president,
JoAnn Ngan, secretary. Back Row: .loan Coe,
publicity chairman, Nancy Vassar, vice president. ill
Sgts.-at-Arms: Front Row: Mary Hong, Susan
Warnack, Linda Butler. Back Row: Shawn Lukich,
Connie Stewart, Rosemary Culberson. 121 Connie
Stewart and Rosemary Culberson, sgts.-at-arms,
prepare decorations for the Sophomore and Junior
Seeking an original approach to fund
raising, the spring Sophomore Class
Cabinet made plans to sell kazoos and
maroon-and-gray beanie hats. Sales of these
unusual items provided more money for the
Class of '75's junior and senior years, and
especially its proms.
ln addition, President john Derby
mentioned cabinet exchanges with Grant
and Madison as another possible activity.
These exchanges hopefully would supply
even more ideas for the officers to try.
Opposite Page, Sophomore Spring Cabinet: Front
Row: Mark Lindley, vice-presidentg Tracy Hayzlett,
secretaryg Back Row: Leslie Bennett, publicity
cliairmang john Derby, presidentg ,lodeen Newby,
treasurer. ill Marilyn Martin traces a poster outline.
121 Sgts-at-Arms: Debbie Bennett, Shannon Tilton,
Mark N. Lewis, Debbie Leathers, -leannie Allen. Not
Pictured: Laurie Beck.
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Paulus, and Karen Richardson practice a reading for
English, as Vince Wolff opens his locker. Qi Hollie
Stafford portrays a belligerent little girl in
"Oklahomal" Page I4-6: llj Leslie Bennett and
Roberta Cooper engage in a vicious tug-of-war as
winners of the "Boots 'n' Braidsn contest. Q21 Kerrie
Clure and Connie George work on social studies
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Clancy, jeff DeMuth, Margret Stewart, Danny
Falaschetti, Cathy Thorpe, Nick Lehmann, Danielle
Morehouse, and Bob Howell gather about the stairs
during lunch. l2l Barbara Rubin sculpts a clay figure.
Page 150: Ill Beulah Schweitzer, Sherrie Love,
Margret Stewart, Nancy Matson, Peggy Melton, and
Debbie V0nl'lollen Catch up on each otherys news
during lunch. KZJ Suzanne Allison and Margaret
Butler Chat during their lunch break.
Lewis, Mark A.
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Suzanne Allison, and Beth Locke visit during lunch.
Page 153: l2l Sherrie Stone grinds out a piece of metal
in her art class. Page 154: ill Richard Strait bids
farewell to the happy couple in "Oklahoma!" Page
155: QQ Wayne Oliver tiredly leafs through his Pee
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in the glare of dressing table lights. 121 Randy Jarvis,
Sue Leonetti, Susan Helvie, George Babniek, and
Audrey Pound watch Bill Isbell Wipe dust from the
A.F.M. memorial marker. GJ Leslie Bennett and
Marcia Hewitt cheerfully swing down the hall. f4l
Chuck Goett and Mark Howard visit at their lockers.
Yim, Chwi Yong
CU Freshman Spring Cabinvt: Front Row: Georgia
Oiman, vice-pri-sidvnt, Dale Palmer, president, Linda
Christensvn, sccrvtary. Back Row: Diana Schneider,
trcasuri-rg Barbara Moon, publicity chairman. QZJ
Sgts.-at-Arms: Front Row: Cindy McShatko, David
Dvmmon, Vickie Brown. Back Row: Terri Ryan, Sue
Zimmerman, Kim Shipman. 133 Georgia Oiman,
David Di-mmon, Sui- Zimmerman, Diana Schneider,
and Linda Christensen.
Class of '76 Plans
For Senior Year
The first cabinet of Franklin's class of '76
was primarily concerned with money-
making projects. These headed the list of
proposed activities. By selling pepperoni,
licorice, suckers and baked goods, the
freshmen hoped, in the words of President
Dale Palmer, "to earn enough money for
our senior year." A freshman week
featuring the sale of class cards was planned
Before elections were held for class offices
in November, a number of freshmen joined
together to form the Associated Freshman
Girls and Guys. This group organized the
class and provided leadership until officers
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on the stairs during a break. Page 161: 121 Chris
.lacquer shapes her design in art metal. Page 163: 111
Bob LeBaron leisurely reads his material as Tim
Bruning and Don Lang prepare their assignments. 121
Mike Kelly and Chuck Cogburn meet at their lockers.
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Green wait for the bell to ring. Page 165: QQ Phil
Savory displays his gigantic snowballs. Page 166: ill
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shown with the Japanese students they hosted for a
week. Page 167: QD Rhonda Meadows, Barry Pullen,
Cindy Conover, jim Barnard, Kevin Coleman, Joe
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the door as the bell sounds. QZJ Nick Raffaele and
Steve Senften discuss team strategy with Coach
Charles Kearney. l3l Franklin students find the
cafeteria a convenient meeting place. Page- 170: fll
"Cookies, cupcakes, brownies, anyone?" asks Georgia
Olman. Page 171: Q21 Vickie Brown gingerly wipes
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Quakers Rally at
End of Season
A two-win, six-loss record did not indicate
the effort put forth by this year's varsity
football team. Despite a slow start, the
Quakers exploded at season's end with
impressive victories over Madison and
Roosevelt. Coach Frank Wolf explained,
"A new coach, a new system of offense and
defense, and six returning players from
1971 promised a slow start for the 1972
Franklin varsity." Designated as most
valuable player was Ben Bethune, who was
also named to the PlL's first-team Hall of
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Dale Garrison, Rod Waterhouse, Sam Carter, Randy
Bishop, Ben Bethune, jim Ewing, Walt Pavlich, Fred
Rodd, Don Moyer. Second Row: John Harding, Brad
Baughman, Dave Gallucci, Tim Preskey, Bill Emra,
jerry Mason, Tad Sickler, Kurt Wattenburg. Third
Row: Coach Charles Kearney, Mark Weber, Roy
Bastedenbeck, Mike Tapfer, Dave Gill, Dan
Hawkins, Ron Wold, Larry Vanderpool, Marty Blake.
Fourth Row: Joe Woodard, Doug Sullivan, Dwayne
Weissenbuehler, Vance Viter, Tim Zimmerman, Brian
Dreves, jerry Hunter, Henry Ross, jeff Santangelo.
Back Row: jerry Wright, Tim Lamb, Wayne
Westcott, Earl Liable, Coach Frank Wolf. Not
pictured: Ron Entwisle, Alan Melton. l3l jim
Ewing watches game action intently. 143 Quakers
recover Cleveland fumble. 151 Rod Waterliouse
strives to beat Marshall defender.
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Cleveland defender. f4l Quakers converge on a
Jackson runner. KSJ Front Row: Mark Lewis, Bob
Bergstrom, john Leisure, Mike Owens, Mark
Bergstrom. Second Row: Larry Stuck, Chuck Goett,
Brian Hannon, Bob Howell, Tony Johnson, Clay
Mills. Third Row: Chris Lohmeier, Bill Johnson,
Tom Hackathorn, Terry Hill, Bob Manolis, Mark
Rathkey, Fourth Row: Rob lnahara, Mike Primmer,
Jeff Baird, Steve Wells, Mark Lindley, George
Babnick, Fifth Row: Coach Tom Dyar, Brad
Callaghan, John Satter, Mike Burke, john Little,
John Derby. Page 1802111 John Leisure and Chuck
Cvoett tackle a Raider back. QQ Randy Fitzgerald and
Rob lnahara take a break during a game. 131 QB
Myron Burk prepares to throw as Steve Wells and Rob
lnahara give protection.
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The j.V. Quaker gridders completed a
season similar to that of their varsity
counterparts, with a 2-5 win-loss season.
Major disappointments of the season were
three close losses to Adams, Grant, and
Jackson. Both of the Quakers' victories
john Leisure was voted most valuable
player, while Bob Howell was named most
improved. However, Coach Tom Dyar
considered many of his players outstanding,
and remarked, "The attitude and ability of
the squad was outstanding. Many of the
players should contribute a great deal to the
varsity program in the futuref,
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The freshman football team won a majority
of its games this season, including three
shutout victories over Cleveland, Marshall
and Adams. Part of the reason for the
team's success was a large turnout of 40
Named as "most valuable" was Pat
Durbin, while other outstanding players
were Gil Bridges, Sam Entriken, and Jim
Daw. "Greatl" summed up Coach Brian
Biggs' evaluation of team spirit, this
enthusiasm was shown by the statistics for
ill Frosh players prepare for a game. 121 Front
Row: Vernan Woodall, Jim Daw, Tom Palmer, Joe
Woodward, Rob Weston, Sam Entriken, Russ
Moultri, Pat Durbin, Rick Thomas, Mike Moyer,
Dwayne Howard. Second Row: Mike Kelley, Dave
Harding, Barry Pullen, Chuck Cogburn, Mark
Parrish, Bob Hunt, Mark Cooper, Steve Gumbert,
Randy Beck, Gary Hereford, Mike Martinez. Third
Row: Stuart Betts, Bruce Cunningham, Dick White,
Tom Hatch, Gil Bridges, Bill Bollig, Carl Heath,
John Urbach, Bob Ness, Roger McCommon, Brian
Orme. Back Row: Leonard Lambett, Mike Baird,
Henry Lohmeier, Coach Morey, Julian Bernard,
Coach Ellmers, Ted Cole, Coach Biggs, Alberto
Many hours of long practice in rain, mud,
and cold weather, along with determination
and a desire to win, contributed to a-good
season for the varsity cross country team.
After finishing in fourth position at the city
meet, which was held at Franklin, the team
moved on to the regional meet at Pier Park.
Outstanding runners were Rex Brenton
and Ken Ottoson, seniors, and Ron Moon,
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Savory, Mike Feeny, John lammatteo, Mike Caputo.
Second Row: Sam McKean, Tom Lovlien, Coach ,Ion
Abraham. Back Row: Greg Haven, Rex Brenton,
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meet. 131 Front Row: Tom Martin, Chris Gorsek,
Dieter Hylla. Second Row: Coach jon Abraham,
Kerry Davis, Doug Roos, Gary Van Stecnwyk. Third
Row: Mark Neyman, Craig Vanderpool. Back Row:
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Coach ,Ion Abraham instructs runners on the course
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Marc Backstrom, Sid Ong, Chris Baumann, Anthony
Barnaby, Steve Rogers, Coach ,Ion Abraham.
Takes First In City
Excitement marked the end of the season as
the -I.V. Quakers took first place in the city
meet. This victory followed a 12-0 season
record. Outstanding runners were Steve
Rogers, Dave Hill, Barry Odbert, and Ron
Moon, who set a new J.V. course record of
Good backup has been provided for next
year's team by strong freshman runners.
Pepi Savory was named outstanding
runner. Coach Jon Abraham stated, "we
had a good year with lots to look forward to
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Row: Gregg Strech, jim Emig, Coach Jeff Kuter,
Mike Zeller, Dennis Regelin. Back Row: John
Tidswell, Jerry Ruonala, Tim Zimmerman, Dennis
Bryant. 133 Front Row: Eileen Clow, Nancy Emig,
Nancy Bachman. Back Row: Barbara Bridges,
Barbara Rubin, Karen Elliott, Debbie Bridges,
Michelle Jones. Third Row: Doris Jung, Naomi
Burbank, Coach Jeff Kuter, Julie D'Ambrosia, Beth
Locke. Q4-l Barbara Bridges, Nancy Emig, and Julie
D'Ambrosia relax during a practice. lSl Nancy Emig
and Debbie Bridges prepare for a race.
Practices Pay Off
Early morning practices and hard work
contributed to the success of this year's
swim team. The team sent eight members
to the city meet where the team finished in
Outstanding swimmers on the girls' team
were Julie D'Ambrosia and Barbara
Bridges, seniors, and Karen Elliot,
sophomore. The boys' team was led by
Larry Krettler and Dennis Regelin, seniors.
Both teams swam to a 3-2 season record.
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Cheering on the swimming, cross country,
and football team were among the activities
of this year's fall varsity rally. Along with
attending athletic events, the rally supplied
the teams with treats at games, decorated
lockers, and sponsored a dinner for the
football team along with the mothers of the
Rally officers were Shirley Colvin,
president, Penney Peloquin, vice-president,
Cathy Lindholm, secretary, Donna Willett,
treasurer, Georgene Rose, chaplain, Kathy
Bell, publicity chairman, and ,lim Sweet,
rally king. Other members of the rally were
Steve Stone and Greg Strech.
llj Shirley Colvin and Donna Willett cheer team. Q21
Rally members greet football team. C33 Front Row:
Shirley Colvin, Cathy Lindholm. Second Row: Gregg
Strech, Donna Willett, jim Sweet, Georgene Rose.
Third Row: Kathy Bell, Steve Stone, Penney
Peloquin. 141 Shirley Colvin and Gregg Strech lead a
yell. l5l Georgene Rose shows her spirit.
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On To Victory
Six spirited sophomore girls made up-this
year's junior varsity football rally. Led by
Dawna Rose, president, the rally made
weekly locker signs, provided the team with
treats before and after games, and attended
the team awards dinner.
Officers were Dawna Rose, president,
Christie Meadows, vice-president, Becky
Kemmer, secretary, Mary Hong,
corresponding secretary, Ruth Schomberg,
treasurer, and Shellie Henninger, publicity
chairman. President Dawna stated, "We
just wish the season had been longer."
ill Rally members show their spirit over a touchdown.
121 Front Row: Mary Hong, Shellie Henninger,
Dawna Rose. Back Row: Christie Meadows, Becky
Kemmer, Ruth Schomberg.
Franklin sharpshooters were led in
competition this year by returning
lertermen Bruce Deters, Sherry Alley, and
Dan Wolf, along with newcomer Lynn
Hayes. The team got off to a slow start,
due to a loss of practice time during bad
weather periods. However, as the season
progressed, a lot of improvement was
shown. Coach Britt Davis predicted that by
the end of the season, in February, Franklin
would be outshooting some of the top teams
in the area.
Q15 Front Row: Lynn Hayes, Dan Wolf, Larry Shrake,
Don Meyer, Mr. Britt Davis, Mr. Jack Wilson.
Second Row: Don Lehman, Terri Elking, Chuck
Landers, Bruce Deters, john St. Helen, jim lrloustan,
Jeff Miller. IZJ Don Meyer prepares to shoot at his
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flj Jeff Santangelo completes a long shot. 121 Senior
Tom Lovlien makes a lay-in during the Rainier game.
Bl Quaker players confer with Coach O'Gara during
a timerout. f4l Paul Durbin makes a leap for the
basket. f5l Front Row: Alan Melton, Bob Lamb,
Curt Madson, Ron Dodd, jay Coe, Dave Gill, Earl
Laible. Second Row: Jerry Wright, Reed Palmer, Bill
Ullman, Tom Lovlien, Paul Durbin, jeff Santangelo,
Coach Mike O'Gara.
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"The close games we lost and the amount
of spirit and dedication the players put out"
were not evidenced by the 10 win - 12 loss
season record, according to varsity
basketball Coach Mike O'Gara. However,
he felt the Quakers had a good season, and
was especially pleased with the efforts of
seniors Bob Lamb, Tom Lovlien, and Pete
Lukich. "They worked hard and assumed
the leadership role in both games and
practices," remarked Coach O'Gara. Lamb,
the squad's top scorer, was named "most
valuable player", while Lovlien gave the
most assists and Lukich won the "Hustle
Included among the juniors and sophomores
who formed "an excellent nucleus for next
year's team" were junior Paul Durbin lwho
led Franklin hoopmen in reboundingl, and
sophomores Jeff Santangelo and Bill
Ill Tom Lovlien releases the ball as Reed Palmer
guards an opponent. l2j Starting five wish each other
luck. lfij Bob Lamb shoots a foul shot. Q41 Jeff
Santangelo completes a lay-in. f5l A Franklin player
evades his opponents. Q61 Front Row: Roger
Hollingsworth, Eugene Monk, Rob lnahara, Dennis
Fowler, Bob Meskel, Chris Lohmeier, Steve Rogers,
Dan Caputo. Second Row: Tom Anderson, Mike
Burke, Brad Callaghan, Marc Backstrom, Coach Jeff
Kuter, Dan Peterson, Sid Ong, Terry Wells, Ron
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"Outstandingl" exclaimed Coach Jeff
Kuter when asked to describe J.V.
basketball team spirit. Consisting mainly of
sophomores, the Quaker squad lost many
games in the first half of the season, but
finished with victories in five of their last
six contests. Jefferson proved the most
difficult opponentg the overall season
record was 5 Wins and 15 losses.
Despite the loss of two Houtstandingl'
squad members in Jeff Santangelo and Bill
Ullman fvvho played on the varsity level
this yearl the team included several other
talented individuals. Coach Jeff Kuter
mentioned Sid Ong, Marc Backstrom, Rob
lnahara, Mark Meskel, and Danny
Falaschetti as outstanding players. Ong led
in scoring, while he and Backstrom were
the top rebounders.
"The team was aware early in the year that
with hard work they could be very
competitive," explained freshman
basketball Coach Tom Thomas. "Good"
team spirit and an aggressive overall game
plan brought success for the frosh Quakers,
in the form of an ll-1 league record and the
P.l.L. freshman championship. Their most
difficult opponents were Benson and
Named as outstanding players by Coach
Thomas were Sam Entriken and Gary
Hereford fwho were the top scorer and
rebounder, respectivelyl, and Pat Durbin.
111 Front Row: Bret Sines, Mike Dillery, Bob Camp,
Steve Gish. Second Row: Randy Beck, Kevin Hardy,
Stewart Betz. QD Front Row: Alberto Monaco,
Hank Lohmeier, Tom Martin, Pat Durbin, Dan
Jolley, Richard Loska, Mark Cooper. Second Row:
Gil Bridges, Mark Parrish, Kevin Coleman, Sam
Entriken, Russ Moultrie, Gary Hereford, Mike
Knight, Coach Thomas.
Spirited crowds, large attendances and a
vivacious rally sparked Franklin's 1972-'73
varsity basketball team. Members of rally
spent a week at cheerleading camp in
Washington, along with groups from other
schools. ln addition to attending all games,
they boosted team spirit by making locker
signs and hall posters, and by buying treats
for the players.
Rally officers were president Karen
Tweten, vice-president Marilyn Wilson,
secretary julie Cahill, treasurer Shelley
Shirley, publicity chairman Silva Bernard,
and chaplain Donna Fujino. Tim Preskey,
George Thompson and Ron Wold were the
rally boys. Karen remarked, "We felt really
close to the team this year."
ill Donna Fujino, Tim Preskey, and Shelley Shirley
display spirit at a rally practice. QQ Front Row:
Donna Fujino, Tim Preskey, Marilyn Wilson, Ron
Wold, Karen Tweten. Second Row: Julie Cahill,
George Thompson, Silva Bernard. Third Row:
ill Rally members practice yells before a game. Q21
Karen Tweten and Ron Wold show their spirit as
George Thompson looks on. 135 julie Cahill and
George Thompson pose at the end of a yell. 141 J.V.
rally members prepare for a game. Q51 Front Row:
Janet Baisinger, Rosemary Culberson. Second Row:
Cydreese Woody, Linda Butler. Third Row: Cheryl
Williams, joan Coe.
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"The potential of our team was a great
source of constant sportsmanship,
determination, and'spirit,'l remarked Janet
Baisinger, publicity chairman of the l972-
'73 J.V. Basketball Rally. Bubbling with
enthusiasm, the all-sophomore rally
supplied the team with treats and locker
signs, and held a party for the players at
Qther officers were president Cheryl
Williams, vice-president Cydreese Woody,
secretary Rosemary Culberson,
Corresponding secretary joan Coe, and
treasurer Linda Butler.
Attending a rally camp on Saturdays, the
freshman basketball rally started practicing
soon after their selection in November.
The girls did not elect officers, but instead
worked as a group on all projects. They
designed their own outfits. Rally member
Lori Haubold commented, "Turnout at the
frosh games was really good. Freshman
spirit is really great."
QU Connie George expresses her excitement at a game.
Q21 Front Row: Lori Hauhold, Paula Schwarzkopf.
Second Row: Connie George, Cindy Conover, Rhonda
Meadows, Cathy Henderson. GJ Rhonda Meadows
and Connie George show their spirit before a game.
f4J Front Row: John Harding, joe Woodard, Brian
Dreves, Daniel Hawkins. Second Row: Mark
Thomas, Fred Rodd, Ben Bethune, Rod Waterhouse,
joel Wakeman. Back Row: jay Wakeman. C51 Rod
Waterhouse starts in the down position. 163 Jay
Wakeman shows look of determination as he starts in a
"Our team is very young and lacks varsity
experience. We have many sophomores on
our line-up," explained varsity wrestling
coach Mr. jack Burri. However, a turnout
of 30 boys, some of whom had wrestled on
the varsity level in previous years, gave the
Quakers an advantage in PIL competition.
Overall team spirit was Avery good."
Matmen Ben Bethune, John Harding, and
Dan Hawkins were cited by Coach Burri as
most improved, while two of the team's
"outstanding" members were Bethune and
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Q21 Shahab Vakili tries a hold on an opponent. Bl
Franklin wrestler holds an opponent. f4l Henry
Ross's hand is raised in victory. 151 Jay Wakeman has
decisioned another opponent. f6l Randy Fitzgerald
holds an arm bar on his opponent.
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According to Coach Tom Dyar, junior
varsity wrestling turnout this year "was
small compared to past years." The team.
consisting primarily of sophomores, had a
dual meet season record of six wins, three
losses. Stand-out wrestlers were Bill Daw,
Bryan Hannan, Barry Udbert, Joe Robles,
Rick l-licks, John Derby, and Ron lrinaga.
Derby and lrinaga were injured during the
season. Daw, incidentally, had a 9-0 dual
meet record and was considered the
outstanding wrestler on the squad.
Coach Charles Kearney had much praise for
Franklin's freshman wrestling squad. l-le
was "very pleasedu by the turnout of 22
boys. Citing Gary Van Steenwylc, -lim
Daw, Robert Westom and Dave Harding
as outstanding team members, Coach
Kearney added, A'Clt'sJ very hard to pick one
good one when you have so many." The
quality of the squad was reflected by the
season record feight wins and one loss, to
Marshallj, and by the team's success fsecond
placel in the City Championships.
Franklin's scoring averaged 46 points per
contest. ln addition, the frosh Quakers
earned the distinction of out-pinning all
other Portland teams.
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KZJ Front Row: Jeff Baird, Bill Daw, John Derby,
Joel Wakeman, Rick Hicks. Second Row: Wayne
Oliver, Mark Howard, Vince Wolff, Bryon Hannon.
131 john Urbach's arm is raised in victory. 141 Front
Row: Dan Rowley, Bob Ness, Robert Westom, Barry
Fishback, jim Daw, Mike Baird, Tony Arnold.
Second Row: Steve Daschel, Tom Palmer, Julian
Bernard, Rick Thomas, Steve Gumbert, jeff Martin,
john Urbach, Bruce Cunningham. Third Row: Nick
Raffael, Craig Vanderpool, Steve Sc-often, Alan
Moore, Gary Van Steenwyk, Dale Palmer, Dave
Harding, Phillip Savory, Coach Charles Kearney. Not
Pictured: Bill Addleman and Mike Kelly.
Coach's Last Game
Although its nine win-fifteen loss season
record did not show it, Franlclin's varsity
baseball team became a more defensive unit
this year. Scoring averaged four runs per
game. Qutstanding team members were:
Ron Dodd, named most valuable player and
best offensive player: John Coe, best
defensive, john Harding, best pitcher fwith
a three win-four loss recordjg Larry
Vanderpool fwho had the highest batting
average, a 28955 and Dwayne
Weissenbuehler, most inspirational.
ln the last game of their 1973 season, the
Quakers upset the division-leading
Madison squad with a 2-0 victory. This
win was especially meaningful, because the
game was Coach Buckiewicz's last as
Coach Buckiewicz commented, "Their
attitude was great. 'llhey were one of the
best bunches of kids l have coached in 21
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john Coe gets ready for the pitch. 131 Coach
Buckiewicz watches team from third base line. 143
Front Row: Reed Palmer, Larry Vanderpool, John
Giunta, Dan Mclfarlane, Tom Anderson, and Daniel
Falascln-tri. Second Row: Allan Melton, Curtis
Maclson, Bill Taylor, Terry Wells, Bill Ullman, Ron
Dodd, jeff Santangelo, and John Harding. f5l Jeff
Santangelo watches as his hunt goes to the infield.
"Winning has livened-up spirit," remarked
Mr. Keith Lokan, coach of Franklinys
junior varsity baseball team. The one junior
and seventeen sophomores on the squad
faced some tough competition from the
Madison and Wilson J.V. teams. They
followed a "hit constantly and play
'sterling' defense" game plan, "learning
baseball to a point where one reacts to a
situation instead of just doing."
Outstanding players were sophomores Rob
lnahara and Jerry Rinella. Coach Lokan
predicted, "The competition will be keen
for the varsity squad next year, as this year's
varsity is composed of many young
"We had boys who were very intense
eompetitiors, who always tried to give a
10021 effortf' commented freshman
baseball Coach Tom Thomas. Naming
Roosevelt, Madison and Grant as the frosh
Quakers' most difficult opponents, he
explained that the team tried to Hbunt and
run a lot, and force the other team to have
to handle the ball." Gary Van Steenwyk,
Alan Moore and Mark Parrish were
outstanding members of the squad.
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practices his swing. KZJ J.V. 'Baseballz Front Row:
Scott Robson, Steve VVeber, Steve Hollender, Eric
Sehild, Jerry Rinella, Rob lnahara, Chris Lohmeier.
Back Row: Coach Keith Lokan, Kurt Wattenburg,
George Babnick, Marc Backstrom, jim Tapfer,
Myron Burk, Dennis Fowler, Dave Sample. Gi Steve
Gumbert, Bill Bollig and teammates peruse the
statistician's book. 14-J Rob lnahara reaches home
plate in J.V. game with Lincoln. QSJ Freshman
Baseball: Front Row: Kevin Eaton, Alan Moore,
Mark Parrish, Scott Greening, Bill Addleman, Rick
Thomas, Mike Dillery. Second Row: David McCrary,
Tony Arnold, Brett Weigel, Steve Gumbert, Randy
Guest, Bret Olsen, Marvin Bernard. Back Row:
Terry Reusser, Bob Andreotti, Steve Senften, Mike
Paulus, Gary Van Steenvvyk, Bill Bollig, Coach Tom
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Chris Diloreto and Dave Gill run in the 440 relay.
133 jim Ewing lieaves the shot put. K4-J Varsity Boys'
Track: Front Row: Dave Gill, Tad Sickler, Ron
Wold, Rex Brenton, Ken Ottoson, Pat Tracy. Second
Row: Mike Feeny, Ron Entwisle, Vince Diloreto,
John lammatteo, Ron Moon, Wayne Wirtjes. Third
Row: Brian Holland, Dan Smith, Chris DiLoreto,
Steve Hall. Fourth Row: Tom Lovlien, Ben Bethune,
jim Ewing, Coach jon Abraham.
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Seniors Rex Brenton and Chris Dilaoreto
were named team captains of the 1973
varsity boys' track squad, which ended its
regular season with a two win-five loss
record. ln addition, the team finished in
fourth place at the city relays meet. Coach
Jon Abraham explained that his team met
its toughest opposition from Grant and
Marsliall varsities, and expressed optimism
about next year's team.
Outstanding participants were Rex
Brenton, Ken Ottoson, Chris DiLoreto,
and Dan Smith fin running eventsl, and
Ben Bethune, Jim Ewing, and Steve Hall
in field events.
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For J.V. City Champs
"Franklin has been sI.V. city champs the
last two years and should be strong
contenders again this year," commented
Mr. Harold Ellmers, J.V. boys' track coach.
Ending their season with a five win-one
loss dual meet record, the J.V. cindermen
placed third in the city relays.
Coach Ellmers' prediction of success in the l
city meet was prompted by a good team
attitude, and notable performances by
several Quakers. Andy Madson, Jerry
Mason, Mitch Landau and John Derby
were cited as the most outstanding squad
members, while Mason and Mark N. Lewis
showed the most improvement during the
ill Mike Owen receives a hand-off from Danny
Caputo. Q21 .I.V. Track: Front Row: Barry Odbert,
Dave Danner, Andy Madson, Chris Baumann, jerry
Smith, Danny Caputo. Second Row: Vince Barnett, ,
Steve Rogers, Bryan Hannan, Sam Lee. Third Row: '
John Derby, Bob Williams, Mark Lindley, Mike r
Owen. Fourth Row: Coach Hal Ellmers, jeff Baird, l
Dave Hill. GJ A frosh cinderman long jumps. 14-J
Freshman Track: Front Row: Wallace Daschell, Russ
Moultri, Mike Moyer, Craig Dixon, Alberto Monaco,
Dave Harding. Second Row: Beaver Entwisle, Mark
Howard, Coach Mike O'Gara, Brian Orme, Henry
Lohmeier, Chris Gorsek. Third Row: Gino Monaco,
Tom Martin. Fourth Row: Dan Rallie, Mark Cooper,
Gary Hereford. KSJ Mike Howard tosses the shot.
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well this year and took second place in the
city relays. Coach Mike O'Gara felt that
his team will he a great asset to next year's
overall team, both on the J.V. and varsity
levels. Outstanding members of the team
were Brian Orme and Richard White in
field events, and Hank Lohmier, Russ
Moultrie, and Mike Moyer in running
Coach O'Gara was happy with the
freshman squad, remarking Mldhe team has
improved consistently each week and is
working toward a high finish in the city
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ill Girls' Track: First Row: Dawna Rose, Rochelle
Erdmann, Georgene Rose, Vickie Shaver, Cathy
Matthieu, Linda Willman, Barbara Bridges, Pam
Shaver, Debbie Nickerson, Rita Starkey. Second Row:
Shellie Henninger, Cyd Woody, Debbie Bridges,
Diana Heiserman, Marion Anacker, Coach Frank
Wolf, Barbara Rubin, Cindy High, janet Baisinger,
Connie Stewart, Cheryl Williams. Third Row: Sue
Heiserman, Barbara Moon, Pam Drew, Kathy Hiles,
Tracy Hayzlett, Debbie Leathers, Helen Greene,
Linda Davis, Ruth Schomberg. Fourth Row: Vickie
Emra, Barbara Elder, Barbara Foster, Pam Knuth,
Sharon Warner, Karen Leverson, Diana Snyder,
Rosemary Culberson. Fifth Row: Carol Donaldson,
Cherylyn Newby, Geri Wilson. l2l High jump is
practiced by one of the many freshman on the team.
131 Cindy High tosses the discus in competition. HJ
Sophomore Barbara Rubin practices putting the shot.
Q51 Barbara Bridges practices a hand-off with assistant
coach Barbara Elder.
'Fairly Young' Team
A strong girls' track team took second place
in city again this year. Tough competition
has been encountered from Cleveland for
the last three years, but Coach Frank Wolf
felt that next year will be the year for
Franklin. The team was a fairly young one,
composed mainly of freshmen and
sophomores. Taking first place in the city
meet were sophomore Marian Anacker,
shot-put, and the 440-yard relay team
composed of junior Georgene Rose,
sophomores Diana l-leiserman and Dawna
Rose, and freshman Karen Leverson. Qther
outstanding competitors were Debbie
Leathers, Rochelle Erdmann, Sue
Heiserman, and Terri Lorenzen.
At the end of the season awards were
presented to stand-out members of the
team. Georgene Rose was named team
captain, Debbie Leathers and Dawna Rose,
"most inspirational" and Diana l-leiselman,
Teams 'Good' Effort
Franklin's boys' golf team Cthere was no
girls' team due to inadequate turnoutl had a
season record of four wins, seven losses and
one tie. Pete Lukich was cited as the six-
member squad's outstanding golfer. Coach
Richard Mabry described team spirit as
good, as was overall effort.
llj Pete Lukich practices swing. Q23 Boys' Golf
Team: Front Row: Pat Durbin, Kazuhiko Yanase.
Second Row: Gary Kelly, Pete Lukieh, Paul Durbin,
Paul Smith, Coach Dick Mabry. GJ Boys' Tennis
Team: Front Row: John Tidswell, Mike Kelly,
Merrit Quarum, Steve Gish, Paul Savory, Phil Savory.
Second Row: Coach Bob Coles, Kevin Anderson,
Steve Jarvis, Frank Durkee, Dennis Vigna, -lim Clark,
Coach john johnson. 141 Steve Gish attempts a
Complete 2-5 Season
Mr. Bob Coles, boys' tennis coach,
remarked, "The tennis team was very
young. I had one senior and one junior,
while the rest of the squad was comprised
of sophomores and freshmen. The team had
great spirit and showed a lot of effort."
Stand-out team members were junior Paul
Savory, and the number one man on the
squad, freshman Steve Gish. The Quaker
netters completed a 2 win-5 loss season.
Third In East
ln spite of strong competition from both
VVilson and Jackson l-ligh, the girls' tennis
team managed to capture third place in the
PIL Eastern Division. Junior Donna
Roisom, who had a seven win-one loss
season record, moved on to state level
competition. Mrs. Connee Gulley felt that
next year's team will be even better,
beacuse the 1973 squad was a young one,
and interest in tennis seems to be on the
Along with participating in matches, the
girls attended a tennis clinic at Estacada.
There they heard tennis pros and received
tips on improving their skills. Mrs. Gulley,
coach, commented, "The members of the
team enjoyed the competitiveness and
sportsmanship of the other teams and of one
ill Front Row: Michele jones, Barbara Gish, Donna
Roisom, Leslie Hayes, Annette Meyer. Back Row:
Arlene Meyer, Rosalie Petrone, Nancy Bachman,
Lynn Hayes, Mrs. Connee Gulley, -lo Ann Ngan,
Mary Hong, Yulco Muto, Rosemary Ellis. QZJ
Freshman Barbara Gish returns a serve.
At End Of Year
Franklin's Lettermen's Club was inactive until
near the end of the year, due mainly to
difficulties faced in getting the group organized.
Planned for june, the annual steak feed was
open to the Franklin community, and members
received a price discount on their steaks.
lll 'liopz P. Savory, C. Bauman, lf. Bauman, lf. Liable, K.
Ottoson, B. Dreeves, VVallace, -I. Santanggelo, A. Melson,
'If Zimmerman, G. Nelson, M. Thomas, sl. lfmig, P.
Durbin, C. Madson, T. Sickler. Middle: B. Daw, M.
Feeney, Iammattoe, W. Goska, R. Brenton, S. Ong, V.
Diloreto, J. Harding, R. Dodd, D. Galluchi, R. McMurray,
M. Tapfer, Ewing, Woodard, M. Blake. ,l. Sweet.
Girls: First Row: D. Heiserman, D. Rose, L. Willman, K.
Bell, Wilscnii, B. Rueben, S. Heninger, D. Leathers.
Second Row: G. Rose, S. Colvin, G. Super, C. Dillery, D.
Bridges. Third Row: M. Ananker, j. D'Ambrosia, D.
VVillet, B. Bridges, D. Jung, K. 'liwett-n, G. VVilson, S.
Shirley, Front Row: D. lfalashetti, B. Ullman, R. Wold, T.
Lamb, P. Smith, B. Lamb, G. Strech, T. Preskey, VV.
Hardy, D. Sullivan, D. Garrison, .l. Giunta, R. Bishop, C.
Diloreto, T. Lovelin, R. Plamer, L. Vande-rpoul, P. Lukich,
G. Kelly, B. Bethune, K. Watenburg, D. McFarlane, S.
Wisdom, A. Madson, R. Entwisle. l2J Varsity wrestlers
congratulate a fellow letterman on a win.
ill Coach Ellmers confers with Mike Owens. KZJ
Times are read off at a practice by Mr. Ellmers. 131
Mr, Ellmers explains a problem to a class. 145 Mr.
Gordon Bishop presents Heather Derby with her
award. l5l Dads' Club members observe the
proceedings at a football game.
Honor Mr. Ellmers
Coach Of Year
Mr. Harold Ellmers was honored in
October when his fellow coaches at
Franklin named him "Coach of the Year,"
on the basis of his 24 years' service. With
one of the longest coaching careers in the
city, he has guided teams in various sports
lincluding basketball, cross country,
football and trackl and especially enjoys
coaching the latter two. Twenty-one of
those years have been spent in Portland.
Coach Ellmers has sent several athletes to
state and national competition, and led two
high school football teams to the state
finals. Two of his former players have
competed in pro ball. ln the area of track, he
coached runners who later went on to the
NCAA championships, and another who
was an alternate for the U.S. Olympic
team. When asked why he was chosen for
the award, Coach Ellmers replied, "Mainly
because l have enjoyed coaching, and l
lasted for Z4 years."
This year, Franklin's Dads' Club helped
organize and operate a city-wide Christmas
tree pickup, in conjunction with dads' clubs
from other Portland schools. The used trees
were taken to designated collection points,
later to be recycled for use as garden mulch.
Club members performed many services for
the school as well. These included
supervising at athletic events and
sponsoring a dinner for the varsity football
team and rally squad.
ln February, Franklin senior Heather
Derby received one of several new All-City
Dads' Club citizenship awards. Ir was
presented to her at a special assembly by
President Gordon Bishop, who held the
additional position of all-city president.
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Arts and Hniltsrfssts
ln Mural Painting
The Art Staff's major activity of the year
was the planning and painting of wall
murals for the art wing halls and girls'
health room. Staff members and many other
art students could often be seen working on
the project, which was coordinated by Mr.
Bill Garnett and Mr. Charles Kearney.
Under the direction of Mr. Jerry Bosco, the
13 talented juniors and seniors made posters
and signs advertising dances and other
events. They helped publicize Franlclinls
production of "0klahomal" and designed
covers for concert programs and the P.T.A.
annual directory. ln addition, the staff
designed its ALMANAC group picture,
which is actually a photo-montage.
The artistic talents of Franklin students
were displayed May 17th and 18th at the
annual Fine Arts Festival. Exhibits in the
gym featured the work of students enrolled
in art and industrial education classes.
Unusual displays by visiting artists and our
own artist-in-residence, Mr. Bill Garnett,
added a professional note.
The music department provided an
enjoyable evening of entertainment in the
auditorium on Friday, May l8. Program
highlights included selected songs from
"South Pacific" and "My Fair Lady."
lll Tim Helmer, Nancy Baker, Sandy Schoenbeck,
Becky Palmer, Gail Kirchem, Cora McKean, Bob
Mattson, Mr. jerry Bosco, Jan Locke, Vicki Johnson,
Andrea Jones, Michelle Myers, Melodie Stafford, and
Shirley Colvin pose for the camera. Q21 Melodie
Stafford, Jan Locke and Sandy Schoenbeck
demonstrate their artistic expertise in painting a game
poster. 131 Vicki johnson paints beads for a necklace.
l4J Young artisan fashions a clay pot. l5l Walt
Goska demonstrates the working of his tape recorder
to a crowd of onlookers.
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ill Shanon Brown demonstrates a unique sculpting
style. l2l Art students create an abstract sculputre.
133 Dave Harding tries out Shelton l.,ouie's color 'I'.V.
MJ Kim Sharp renews the ancient art of weaving.
C5l Students marvel at the work of their peers. 167
Vicki johnson, Mrs. johnson, jenny -lolinson and Mrs.
Maxine Crites rap about rlie photography displays.
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Mr. Bill Garnett, selected from a group of
accredited Oregon artists, became
Franklin's own Artist-in-Residence this
year. This nationwide program offered
students the opportunity to observe a
professional artist at work.
The Artist-in-Residence program is
supported by federal grants, through the
National Endowment of the Arts. Franklin
is unique, in that it is the only school in
Portland with such a program. However,
Poet-in-Residence and Sculptor-in-
Residence programs are in existence
The Art Department played host to
Governor Tom McCall and Nancy Hanks,
Endowment chairman. They came to view
the program in action, and to announce the
amount of money to be allotted for the
following year. The dignitaries commented
on the excellent, better-than-expected
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Mr. Charles Kearney, Mike' Worig, and Miss Nancy
Hanks admire Governor McCall's rock painting. GJ
Reed Palmer experiments with the medium. f4j Kenya
Jacoby adds the finishing touches. Q51 Mr. William
Garnett achieves a mood.
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Stage Crew, Thespians
The stage crew met every other day for two
periods, designing and building props for
plays, concerts, and Rose Festival and May
Fete ceremonies. Members also provided
lighting and technical assistance on all stage
Requirements for membership in Thespians
were that the student had performed in or
helped with the production of two plays, or
had earned a total of ten points. These were
awarded on the basis of his achievements in
various aspects of theater work.
Thespian members engaged in a number of
activities ranging from providing ushers for
"Oklahoma!" to hosting two actors from
the Oregon Shakespearean Festival in late
November. ln addition, they hoped to visit
Ashland in the spring.
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ill Thespians, Front Row: Joy Hughes, Larry
Nicholson, Lisa Herrmann, Nancy Baker, Valerie
Knutson, Cora McKean, Janet Johnson, Pam Hodge,
Dave McGann, Debbie McCreary, Melody Sorenson.
Second Row: Randy McCartney, Maureen Donnell,
Barbara Belmore, Cindy Anderson, Mary Hong,
Richard Strait. Third Row: Robert Kays, julie Cahill,
Ron Palmer, Shelley Shirley, Jeff Clark, Linda
Harder, Mr. Brian Biggs, Sandy Wilks, Laurie
Jourgenson, Debbie Bridges, Alice Mammen, John
Wilson. Q25 Worker adds the finishing touches to
backdrops. GJ Mike Daschel and Ben Bethune
construct props for "Oklahomal" Q41 Stage Crew:
Mr. Brian Biggs, Richard Strait, Larry Nicholson,
Lisa Herrmann, Cindy Anderson, Martin Koppy,
Roger Nicholson, John Wilson.
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Musical ln The Making
Approximately 200 talented Franklin
students participated in the production of
"Oklahomal,'y a touching musical by
Rodgers and Hammerstein. The play was
directed and designed by Mr. Michael
Hibbard, whose experience in producing it
at other schools proved an asset. All music
was under the direction of Mr. David
Carleson, while Ms. Kay Lee provided
assistance with the choreography. Mr.
Brian Biggs handled the technical
The show included such well known tunes
as "Oklahoma!," "Surrey With The Fringe
On Top," and "Oh, What A Beautiful
Performances of the two-hour musical on
Nov. l6,l7, and 18 drew near-capacity
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12, Mr. Michael Hibbard pitches in with set
preparation. Q31 Ali Hakim displays his wares. 141
Will Parker demonstrates his "Oklahoma hello" to the
disbelief of onlookers. Q51 Jud Fry takes Laurey for
his own after Curly's death during the "Dream
Qll Jud Fry voices his contempt of life. f2l Ado Annie
confesses, K'l'm Just A Girl Who Cain't Say No." GJ
Gertie flaunts her catch. 141 Curly sings of the
"Beautiful Morning." ISJ Entire cast assembles for
. Rozanne Howell
. . . George Thompson
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.. . . Debbie Rask
... Rick Williams
Gertie Cummings .... Gloria Wingenbach
Andrew Carnes ............ Mark Jones
lke Skidmore ....... ....... J eff Clark
Jud Fry ................ Dave McGann
Dream Ballet Curly . . . .... Mark Jones
Dream Ballet Laurey ....... Sandy Wilks
Aunt Eller .. ..
Laurey ....... ....
Will Parker . . . . . .
Ado Annie . . . .
All Hakim ...........
Men In Music
Attending local musical events, raising
money and having parties on major holidays
and ALMANAC delivery day were not the
only activities of Sigma Phi Alpha,
Franklin's music honor club. Members took
time to promote male membership. If a boy
joined Sigma, a girl member would act as
his assistant at school for one week. ln May.
Sigma awarded the third annual George E.
Pancheau scholarship to a deserving
To gain admittance to the club, students
must be at least a sophomore, be a member
ofa Franklin music group and have a
minimum 2.5 grade point average. Mr.
David Carleson and later Mr. George
Pancheau advised Sigma.
Instrumental and vocal music groups
performed for the Franklin community in a
number of concerts. These programs
included a Christmas concert, a "Spring
Gala," the Area III band and choir program,
and the Fine Arts Festival in May.
lll Joy Hughes and Christie Meadows participate in
the spring concert. 121 Mr. Pancheau announces the
band's next presentation. 139 Sigma members: Front
Row: Lori Totzen, Karol Hansen, Linda Butler,
Linda Groh, Rebecca Lohmeier, Beth Locke, Laura
Donnell, Barbara Bridges: Advisor, Mr. George
Pancheaug Rozanne Howell. Second Row: Debbie
Meliee, Barbara WVhittlesey, ,loan Coe, Gayle
Hamilton, Sandy Dickinson. Geri Wilson, Patty
Blades, Georgia Knapp. Third Row: Rosemary jones,
Debbie Bridges, Helen Greene, Janet Baisinger, Bev
Lapp, Steve Stone, Dennis Regelin, joy Hughes.
Fourth Row: Steve Jarvis, -lohn Vvilson, Mark jones,
Cyncly Scott, Shirley Barrett. C4-l Selected members
nftlic-'A,-X"Cl1oir participate in the Area Ill concert.
Arts Z3 5
l1JWilbert Hardy expresses himself on the drum. l2l
Carla Dillery and Karen Richardson practice as
Richard Potter studies the front. Ol Band shows
spirit at Franklin's home football games. 14D
Majorette Mary Beasley, Drum Major Ken Ottoson,
Majorette Sandy Dickinson First Column: Wilberr
Hardy, Rozanne Howell, Shirley Barrett, Karen
Parsons, Carl Eastlund, Georgia Knapp, Nancy
Myers, Mike McNerney, Mike Bowen, Carol Sievers.
Second Column: Randy McCartney, Paulette
Richmond, JoAnn Harding, Debbie Leathers, Laurie
Cox, Helen Greene, jerry Corley, Dwayne
Weissenbuehler, Dennis Groh, Dennis Bryant. Third
Column: Jerry Sewell, Bill Lindquist, Leslie Louderl,
Peggy Gruner, Karen Levorson, Georgene Rose, joy
Hughes, Richard Baker, Beth Locke, Ray Davis.
Fourth Column: Rod Huddleston, Cyndy Scott, john
Tidswell, Barbara Bills, Nancy Chinn, Sue jones,
Rosemary Jones, Bill lsbell, Dale Craw.ford, Henry
Lohmeier, Fifth Column: Dale Wynkoop, Lloyd
Hampen, Mary Hong, Linda Butler, Karen
Richardson, Jeanne Nelson, Richard Potter, Steve
Jarvis, Laurie Raynor, Barbara Ontiveros. Sixth
Column: Stewart Schultz, Robert Carpenter, Becky
Lohmeier, Gayle Hamilton, Debbie Bridges, Linda
McMurry, Barbara Bridges, Sherry Love, Laura
Totzen, Laurie Nelson.
Players Fill Group
"There's nothing that they can't do!"
exclaimed Mr. David Carleson, Franklin's
new band director. One of the largest in the
city, the 75 member group started the year
producing half-time shows, to be presented
at some home football games.
Unfortunately, all of the performances but
one, at homecoming, were rained out.
Marching in the Rose Parade and
performing in the Christmas concert and
Fine Arts Festival were among the band's
scheduled activities for the year. A long-
standing need will be met when all proceeds
from the latter go into a new uniform fund.
"An extremely capable and enthusiastic
band." Mr. Carleson stated, "lt's a part of
Franklin's tradition to be one of the best
bands in the city."
Musicians Hope For
After the successful production of
"Oklahoma!," Franklin's 35-piece
orchestra is anticipating another musical
tentatively planned for next year. Mr.
David Carleson, conductor, and other
faculty members believe that annual
musicals will keep the orchestra conditioned
on procedures involved.
Aside from "Oklahomal," other activities
engaged in by the young musicians were the
Christmas concert, Fine Arts Festival, and
the solo-and-ensemble contest at Portland
Mr. Carleson enthusiastically spoke of 'the
orchestra as a dedicated, hard-working
group showing great potential for future
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fll Front Row: joy Hughes, Jill Stith, Cathy
Lindholm, Nancy Nord, Brenda Jester, Second Row:
Lorraine Davis, Suzie McKinley, Ruth Schomberg,
Joan Coe, Robert Kays, Becky Schomberg, Geri
Wilson, Linda Groh, Debbie McKee, Third Row:
Gloria Parker, Patty Danielson, Steve Hodson,
RoZanne Howell, Peggy Gruner, Rebecca Lohmeier,
Karen Richardson, -lan Renner, Georgia Knapp,
Rosemary Jones, Linda Butler, Sarah Eiversg Fourth
Row: Mark jones, Cyndy Scott, jeff Clark, Mr.
David Carleson, Randy McCartney, Nick Layman,
Laurie Nelsen, Carol Sievers, Mike Bowen, Dale
Crawford, Steve Veenl-luizeng Fifth Row: Steve Roll,
Don Herd. 12D Steve Veenlfluizen and Paulette
Richmond emphasize-practice makes perfect. 13D
Randy McCartney anticipates his cue. . 141 Robert
Kays and Becky Schomberg concentrate on piece at
Lanford VVilson's "This ls The Rill
Speaking," Harold Printer's first play "The
Roomf, and 'ullhe Zoo Story" by Edward
Albee were modern one-act plays produced
by the Franklin Drama Department for
spring 1973. Parts in the trio of one-acts,
described by some people as "thinker" plays,
were available only to students in drama
Earlier in the week, the student body
viewed excerpts from -"Rill" in a special
'lteaseru assembly. On the evenings of April
26, 27 and 28, the one aets were presented
to small but receptive audiences.
fll Gloria Wingenbach tries to brighten up the dismal
atmosphere of "The Room." l2l Rose is astounded by
the news that the room downstairs is vacant. 131 Bert
intently studies his newspaper after eating his lunch.
141 Peter is amused by jerry's frivolous talk. QSJ
Mother shows her unquestioned authority.
Cast C d't
Bert I-Iudd ................. Dave Moon
Rose ........ .... A lice Mammen
Mr. Kidd .... .... R ick Williams
Mr. Sands .... ......... B ob Kays
Mrs. Sands ......,..... Cindy Anderson
Mrs. Riley .............. Georgene Rose
TI-IE ZOO STORY
Peter Randy McCartney
Jerry Dave McGann
THIS IS THE RILL SPEAKING
MotherfPeggy ........... Laurie Nelsen
WillyfEIlisf Earl .... .... R on Palmer
,IudyfMartlia ........... Shelley Shirley
KeithfTedf2nd Farmer. . .Mark N. Lewis
AllisonfMabc-Ile Robinson ...... Maureen
Manny! Walt Robinson! Fatherf lst
Farmer .............. Randy McCartney
Franklin's "A" Choir and Girls' Choir,
'directed by Mr. John Peery, had a busy year
of activities. The two groups performed
jointly at the Christmas program and Fine
Arts Festival. ln addition, their members
sang and danced in the fall musical,
A highlight of the year for "A" Choir
members was their appearance, with the
Portland Junior Symphony and other local
choirs, at the Symphony's annual Christmas
concert. The massed groups, conducted by
Mr. Jacob Avshalomov, performed
Vaughan - Williams' cantata, "Hodie."
lil "A" Choir: Front Row: Pam Shaver, Valerie
Knutson, Jill Stith, Barbara St. Helen, Debbie
McKee, Laura Price, Debbie Rask, Carol Hansen.
Second Row: Cora McKean, Jo Elston, Annette
Snyder, Patti Blades, Robin Meskel, Janice Kruse,
Carol Knutson, Becky Lohmeier. Third Row: Bev
Lapp. Penny Allen, Alice Mammen, Vivian Patterson,
Nancy Farley, Pat Harris, Terri Weber, Phyllis
McClintock. Fourth Row: Bill Johnson, john Wilson,
Richard Strait, Dennis Regelin, George Thompson,
Mark Jones, Kevin Grant. Fifth Row: Steve Hodson,
Don DefVIoor, Dave Moon, Tim Preskey, Randy
McCartney, Steve Rogers, Tom Zink, Scott Duvall.
KZQ Mary Reed and Carol Waterhouse rehearse for
coming Fine Arts Festival. C3l Girls' Choir: Front
Row: Shelly Henninger, Linda Bernard, Veronica
Webster, Yuko Muto, Karen Maple, Lori Dickson,
Linda MeMurry, Debbie Schomberg. Second Row:
Lynn Crocker, Jennifer Bunch, Claudia Stephens,
Rochelle Bradkey, Becky Sanders, Mary Reed, Laura
Donnell, Dawna Rose, Julie Portsehy. Third Row:
Cyndy Boyce, Cindy McFall, ,loretta Lambert,
Barbara Whittlesey, Charlotte Waldo, Helen Greene,
Shellee Klein, Bonnie Kleclan, Ruth Schomberg. 14D
Scott Duvall, Randy McCartney and Steve Rodgers
practice sight reading.
Girls Share Experiences
"We've had a lot of good experiences and
bad ones, but we still get along greatfl
expressed Nancy Louie, a junior girls'
ensemble member. The Hlnspirationsf' as
well as their senior and sophomore
counterparts, the "Sonnettes" and the
"Reflections," had another typically busy
year. They performed for the patients in
various hospitals, and appeared at benefits,
installations, local club meetings, and, of
course, our own school concerts. The senior
ensemble had a full schedule all year.
Mr. David Carleson, Who directed the
"Sonnettes," commented, "They are a very
capable group of girls, and it will be sad
when they graduate because they've sung
together for four years." The junior and
sophomore ensembles were taught by Mr.
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Plyler, Rozanne Howell, Kim Price, Carrie
Bergstrom, joy Hughes, Kristi Turnquist. fZl
lnspirations: Trudi Malsey, Belle Bennett, Kathy
Bell, Georgene Rose, .Io Elston, Ginger Maddux,
Nancy Louie, Barbara St. Helen, Becky Wirtjes. GJ
Sonnettes practice their formal pose. f4l Reflections:
Linda Butler, Carolyn Miller, Becky Sanders, Annette
Roll, janet Baisinger, Lynn Crocker, Laurie Nelsen,
Helen Greene, Ruth Schomberg, Christie Meadows,
Dawna Rose, Nancy Nord, Shellie Henninger, fat
pianol Barbara Whittlesey.
'No Mother To
Guide Her . . '
On February 8,9 and 10, the "Franklin
Grand Auditorium" played host to an old -
fashioned melodrama, "No Mother To
Guide Herg or More To Be Pitied Than
Censuredf' The play was unique in that it
featured silent films which introduced the
actors, and showed some off-stage action.
"Olios," short musical numbers and skits,
were interspersed between scenes. The
"Can-Can" olio was later presented in the
Benson Tech Show on March Z and 3.
The plot centered around the plight of the
amnesic heroine, Spring Overton. She was
used as a ploy by the fiendish villian,
Talbot Twillingham. Throughout the
performance, the audience joined in with
boos and hisses land cheers for the hero,
llj Steve Hodson provides music assisted by Lynda
McMurray. KZJ The Rose Sisters and Robert Kays
capture the audience in their version of "Our Hero."
GJ jennifer Harvey accuses Casper of forgetfulness.
14D Mrs. Vandenburgh discusses Casper's future with
Augusta Warriner. 151 Rozanne Howell and Mark
jones sing, "Indian Love Call." 163 Spring Overton
and Casper Vandenburgh achieve mood before the
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Talbot Twillingliam. . . Randy McCartney
Augusta Warriner .' ...... Kristi Turnquist
Jennifer Harvey ........ Maureen Donnell
Dagmar Fay ................. Rita Bruce
Christopher Courtvvright ..... Mark jones
Baxter Seeker ............ Mark N. Lewis
Merrilee Mercer ........... Laurie Nelson
flj Hadley begs Talbot Twillingham not to reveal his
prison record. IZJ Casper and Mrs. Vandenburgh
question the amnesie Spring Overton. I4-J Georgene
Rose is absorbed in thought before show time. QSJ
Ron Palmer gets the final touches on his make-up. 13
and 61 "Beautiful Damoisellesu perform the "Can
ill Kneeling: Deanne Dimoff, Lori Rova, Evonne
Steele, Shirley Colvin, Terry Tolan, Penny Allen, Ron
Entwisle, Kevin Williams, Harold Lee, Standing:
Julie D'Ambrosia, Barbara Bridges, Mary Liang, Mrs.
Puckett, Karen Parsons, Kim Holstine, Sandy
Schoenbeck, Melodie Stafford, Diane Stalker, janet
Hardy, Cindy Comella, Mike Wong, Doug Tallman,
john Bernunziog ln tree: Mike Weirich, Dennis
Regelin. l2l Melodie Stafford and Mike Weiricli
enjoy getting staff picture taken in Forest Park. Bl
Evohne Steele and Shirley Colvin industriously work
on production. HJ Editor Diane Stalker, and Advisor
Mrs. Miriam Puckett. C51 Karen Parsons types out
her ALMANAC copy.
August Delivery Set
The 1973 ALMANAC staff worked for a
contemporary look for this year's book.
This was achieved by the use of focal point
layouts, contemporary art paper in the
introduction, a theme written by Doug
Tallman, and art work designed by Melodie
Stafford. Both are first year staff members.
Results of a poll taken by the staff showed
that an overwhelming majority of students
preferred to see a full year's activities
included in the book. They look forward to
seeing spring sports, Rose and May Fete
ceremonies, proms, graduation and
baccalaureate covered completely in the
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POST Uses New Concept
Take one of Rich Hampton's "arty" cover
pages, followed by three to eleven pages of
forceful editorials and community news,
and you've got the all-new Franklin POST.
The 25-member staff, motivated by Ms.
Lenore Stoffel, put an emphasis on student
involvement as well as awareness of local
activities. Coverage of current topics
provided interesting reading for students
and faculty alike.
A S1500 cut in the POST's budget by
Student Council caused little concern, as it
was later reimbursed in full. Fall Editor-in-
chief Tom Fluharty commented, f'We're
just going to forget about it." Staffers
enthusiastically rated the quality of the
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Stoffel. KZJ Linda Darke constructs layout. BJ
Sitting: Cora McKee, Sandi Jolley, Patricia Miller,
John Roelle, Linda Struble, Karen Twcteng Kneeling:
JoAnne Schwahn, Becky Mullins, Nancy VanWart,
Sandy Schoenbeck, Ms. Lcnore Stoffel, -lim Siverson,
Rick Dickman, David Stand, Ken Osunag Standing:
Tom Fluharty, Steve Pirie, Bill Emra, Mike Tapfer,
Dale Garrison, Walt Pavlich, Bob Taylor, Rich
Hampton, Gordon Androshuk. 143 Walt Pavlich sits
lost in thought. 151 Staffers find casual atmosphere
Students working in the central offices and
for Mr. Dean Mauchley and Mrs. Doris
Bertram receive office experience, as well as
high school credit for their efforts.
Answering the phone, typing, filing, and
delivering memos are only a few of the
duties performed each day. This in-office
training is an advantage to those students
who plan for a clerical career after
lll Mrs. Doris Bertram's staff: John Roelle, Mrs.
Bertram, Joel LaFollette, Patty Jensen. 125
Attendance Office staff: Karen Tweten, Tracy
Christianson, Mary Reed, Kim Pillette, Rita Starkey,
Sherrill Murphy, Lila Schwarzkopf, Mrs. June Peden,
Teresa Carroll, Bonnie Clelland, Terri Lang, Brenda
Jester, Neal Cummings, Tom Zink, Beverly Nelson.
Bl Main Office staff: Jane Jones, Linda Reeves,
Karen Morgan, Terrie Miller, Melaney Kraus, Debbie
Shrope, Karen Thario, Floy jones, Maryjane lee,
Linda York, Dixie Scheese, Cindy High, Veronica
Webster. K4-J Mr. Dean Mauchley's staff: Diane
Stuck, Patrice Barnum. f5J Karen Tweten and
Ginger Maddux take care of daily tasks.
lll Book Room Staff: Gail Bigoni, Leslie Lindquist,
Jorjean Griggs, Susie Allison, Pam Thomas, Mavis
Knutson, Tom Ewers, Vicki Weber, Pam Davis, Shari
Tano, Kathy Mulvaney, Maryjane lce. QD Michele
Long and John Wallace take advantage of resource
materials. 131 Social Studies Resource Center staff:
Lisa Pahle and Mrs. Patricia Delance. Q41 Library
staff: Denise Britzius, Kathy Folkert, Rosalie
Petrone, Janice Kuan, Sheila Roadenizer, Candy
Paasch, Tobbi Wilks, Julie Gates. 151 English
Resource Center staff: Debbie Blankenship and Kathy
Mulvaney. Q61 Steve Hall is distracted from his
Many students do not realize the amount of
effort put in by Franklin's bookroom,
library and resource center staffs. Under the
guidance of trained secretaries, these
workers have the exacting responsibility of
keeping all printed materials in good order
and repair. Considering the large number of
learning aids, their job is a tedious but
Staffs Contribute Skills
Arranging field trips, selling tickets, and
recording payment of student fees are just a
few of the duties carried out by the busy
and efficient girls working in the
bookkeeper's office. Under the watchful eye
of Mrs. Psyche Miller, the girls work one or
two periods a day for credit.
If you are bombarded by pink slips, you are
probably being attended to by students on
the counseling office staff. Rushing
through the halls, they deliver counselors'
memos to members of the Franklin student
Student cafeteria assistants are tempted
two periods a day by the wide variety of
foods they serve. An innovation this year is
the availability of snacks in the cafeteria
during the midmorning break.
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lll Counseling Office staff: Georgina Allen, Iodine
Corrado, Joanne Thomas, Cathy Lindholm, Chris
Baugher, Linda Goodwin, Cecelia Custer, Lori
Lambert, Maryjane lce, Missy Thornton, Linda
Ostrem, Mrs. Rose McKnight. l2l Mrs. Psyche
Miller's staff: Denise Wrought, Doris Jung, Debbie
Blankenship, Jennifer Trimm, Suzanne Allison, Becky
McGuire, Evonne Steele, Mary Beasley, Nancy
Hausch, Cindy Caldwell, Toni Cozzetto. Q31 Adult
Cafeteria staff: Eleanor Sudan, Thelma joy, Sue
Smith, Mary Eaton, Amanda Huntley, Opel Bjoren,
Daisy Isaacson, Junith Alexander, Mamie Stuck,
Rhoda Hollway, Stenna Buffington, jean
Schoenheinz, Pat Young, Enid Carter, Flo Baylie,
Ann Nichols. HJ Student Cafeteria staff: Benny
Mishler, Mel Murray, Rhonda Dawson, Carol Albana,
Marion Lilie, Theresa Reynolds, Duane Harvold, Don
Dt-mpson, Bob Syhes, Dale Logan.
llj NHS Sophomores: Front Row: Dan Peterson,
Debbie Leathers, Rosalie Petrone, Kathy Giusti,
Mark Lindley. Second Row: Stewart Schultz, William
Ng, Marion Anacker, Dan Caputo, Randy Knipple,
Martin Renner. Third Row: Cydreese Woody, Joan
Coe, Karen Richardson, Tracy Durkheimer, Barbara
Whittlesey, Helen Greene. Fourth Row: Barbara
Belmore, Rosemary Jones, Shannon Tilton, LuAnne
Cline, Laura Donnell, Nancy Nord, Danielle
Morehouse. Fifth Row: Jodeen Newby, Marc
Backstrom, Janet Johnson, Linda Butler, Shellee
Klein, Sherrie Love, Margaret Butler, Debbie
Schomberg, Marcia Hewitt. Sixth Row: Steve
Hodson, Laurie Beck, Janet Baisinger, Mary Reed,
Debbie Bennett. Back Row: Tom Bolera, Joan
Riesenman, and Linda Ostrem. l2l NHS Juniors:
Front Row: Maureen Donnell, Mary Lou Auborn,
Cindy Comella, Linda Bernard, Nancy Louie, Karol
Hansen, Pam Sorenson. Second Row: JoAnne
Schwahn, Penny Allen, Janet Hardy, Patty Schwab,
Linda Groh, Lisa Johnson. Third Row: Doug
Tallman, Shelley Shirley, Terri Atkinson, Debbie
Bruning, Jolene Siple, Patty Allenbrand. Fourth Row:
Jim Emig, Rebecca Wirtjes, Sherril Murphy, Mary
Liang. Fifth Row: Rita Bruce, Stacy Schreiber, Paul
Savory, Karen Hoerman, Sue Andreotti. Sixth Row:
Mike Duclos, Randy Irish, Chris Baumann, Christine
Clayson, Sharon Larson, Donna Roisom, Kim
Holstine, Nancy VanWart. Seventh Row: Keith
Johansen, Vince DiLoreto, Peter MacKenzie, Barry
Odbert, Bill Daw. Back Row: Helgi Alver, Cathy
Lindholm, Dan Davis, Dale Conner, Julie Cahill, Pam
Thomas, Delissa Wong, Barbara Fujino, Donna
Fujino, Donna Miehigami, and Hitomi Saheki. GJ
David Lorenzen, Sid Ong, Harold Lee, and Linda
Butler listen to spring installation instructions. Q4-J
Jolene Siple, Lisa Johnson, and Sherry Vakili look for
their names in the NHS membership directory.
F all Cabinet Starts
This year, Franklin's chapter of the
National Honor Society placed more
emphasis than usual on individual and
group service projects. The fall cabinet
started a point system, in which each
member was required to earn at least two
service points per term. To meet. this
requirement, members often chose to work
on standing NHS committees, or to help
with bimonthly Multiple Sclerosis Society
functions. However, they were encouraged
to find other, non - club - related projects in
the community as well.
Modifying the service point system, the
spring term cabinet planned to revise the
criteria for admission to NHS. These
changes were intended to make the club
more selective. To raise money for the
annual scholarship, the officers held several
fund - raising activities.
Club Holds 'Vetcherinka'
lntroducing Franklin students to a culture
different from their own was one purpose
of the Russian Club. The group's biggest
project of the year was its "Vetcherinka," a
traditional party featuring authentic
Russian food and entertainment. Planning
and organizing this annual event, held in
February, kept the 30 members busy for
over a month.
Other activities were bake sales, a mortuary
tour, Halloween and Christmas parties, and
an overnight beach trip in the spring. Mr.
Alan Ellis served as club adviser.
Assisting teachers with the use of audio-
visual learning aids was the job of
Franklin's projectionists, trained by Mr.
Britt Davis. These students ran film and
filmstrip projectors and the video-tape
machine during their study hall periods.
Each projectionist earned a credit for his
Ill Russian Club: Front Row: Jim Pearson, Stewart
Schultz, Vince Wolff, Mike Weirich. Second Row:
Kevin Roach, Mike Roach, Dorian Quinn, Doug
Tallman, Dennis Regelin, Eileen Clow. Third Row:
Mr. Alan Ellis, advisor: Patricia Schwab, Sandra
Schwab, Roberta Cooper, Pam Hodge, Alice
Mammen, Julie D'Ambrosia, Karen Hoerman, Cindy
Comella, Debora Bruning. KZJ Projectionists: Front
Row: Wayne Ferrell, Mr. Britt Davis, Rick Cieloha,
Charles Estrada, Ben johnson, Terry King, Richard
Mayberry. Second Row: Bruce Deters, Bill Isbell, Earl
Laible, Chuck Walker, Chuck Landers, Don Meyer,
Tom Jordan, Steve Hall, Mark McCoy. 131 Tim
Price makes another strike. 141 Bowling Club: Front
Bowlers Roll To Victory
Taking many victories, the 38 members of
the FHS Bowling Club ended their season
with a total 71 win - nine loss game record.
The bowling season ran from early October
to late April - matches being held every
Tuesday at Pro 300 Lanes - and ended with
the annual trophy match with Cleveland's
club. An innovation this year was the
awarding of plaques to members for the
highest series, game, and average, and to the
first place boys' and girls' teams. Tim Price,
president, led the club with a 172 average.
Row: Terry Yambra, David Demmon, Pam Morrison.
Second Row: Terri Reed, Carrie Giordano, Barbara
Hogan, Teresa Caroll, Nita Aboud, Georgia Olman,
Debbie Weeks, Carol Trinci. Third Row: jeff
Newton, Lloyd Hampton, Richard Jung, Steve
Garrett, Chuck Stang, Rocky Plucer, Tim Price, Steve
Clubs Join Forces
The ten members of Friars, senior boys'
honor club, performed a number of service
projects for Franklin and community.
Along with Pleiades, they entertained the
patients at Shriners' Hospital on
Halloween. Buying, helping decorate, and
taking down Franklin's Christmas tree in
the main hall was another Friars project.
Among their other activities, they designed
and ordered T-shirts for themselves and
Pleiades, and ushered at the junior Prom.
Pleiades members were equally involved in
"doing nice things for people." Besides their
joint projects with Friars, they spent
Valentine's Day at a home for the aged, and
gave a St. Patrick's Day party for the kids
at Providence Hospital. In addition, they
served at the Junior Prom, and took
Franklin's foreign exchange student, Yuko
Muto, to Farrell's lce Cream Parlour on her
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Second Row: Advisor, Mr. Richard Mabry, jim
Ewing, Chris DiLoreto, Rex Brenton, Ron Palmer,
Sam McKean, John Giunta, Mark jones. Back Row:
john Coe. i2l Shirley Colvin works on her
needlepoint at a Pleiades meeting. ffil Pleiades:
Standing: Eileen Clow, julie D'Ambrosia, Carrie
Bergstrom, Karen Twcten, Linda Schroeter. Seated:
Cyndy Scott, Shirley Colvin, Paulette Richmond,
RoZanne Howell, Sandy Dickinson. Q4-Hohn Giunta
proudly displays his Friars shirt during a volleyball
game. l5l Friar members, Ken Ottoson, Mark jones,
John Giunta and Ron Palmer enjoy lunch.
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after game dance. 121 The crowd listens to the music
of "Phantom's Brothers and Friends." f3l
Homecoming Court: Sherri Alley, juniorq Karyn
Flach, seniorg Marcia Hewitt, sophomoreg Mimi
Fujino, Freshman. 141 Homecoming Queen Karyn
Flach poses for camera.
Break With Tradition
Homecoming '72 at Franklin represented a
break from tradition. Held on Friday,
September 15, it differed from past years in
that the annual activities were scheduled
around the second home game, not the first
as is customary. Each princess, who had
been selected earlier in the week by her
class, was presented in a pep assembly on
Friday. Voting for queen took place during
lunch periods in the main hall.
During half-time that evening, the
princesses and their escorts arrived in 1972
Ford Rancheros, provided for this purpose
by Marv 'Fonkin Ford. Expectancy
increased until 1971 Homecoming Queen
Nancy Wohlers named her successor, Karyn
Flach. The new queen, however, was not
the only one to receive tribute. ln
recognition of their services, baton twirlers
Sandy Dickinson and Mary Beasley were
presented with corsages.
Tracy Barbour, general chairman,
commented on Ha great turnout" for the
dance, which featured the music of
HPhantom, Brothers and Friends."
Learning to speak English and viewing the
sights and culture of the United States were
the goals of Yuko Muto. She was
Franklin's foreign exchange student from
Sapporo, Japan, for the 1972-'73 school
Yuko found Franklin to have a much more
relaxed atmosphere than her school in
Sapporo. There, teachers are more strict,
and students, who are required to wear
uniforms, must concentrate on the areas of
science, math, and social studies. There are
no electives. She enjoyed her elective
courses at Franklin, and quickly expanded
In her spare time, Yuko enjoys playing the
piano, reading, listening to music, and
playing tennis and ping-pong. ln addition,
she joined the girls' tennis team.
Traditional dancing is a graceful art which
Yuko brought with her from Japan.
During her year in Portland, Yuko lived
with the Robert Cline family. Calling them
'Avery warm people," she rarely thought of
Arriving at Franklin, Yuko found that
students weren't always willing to make
friends readily. However, after the ice was
broken, friendship came easily. Reflecting
on her experiences, she commented that
people here are not really very different
from those in her own country.
Faculty members on hall duty can always
look forward to having interesting or
unusual experiences. Mrs. Barbara
Bousquet, for example, remarked that she
gets "to put a lot of dogs out of the
building!" These teachers have the added
opportunity of getting to know students
who cut classes or have independent study.
Commented Mr. Joseph Sklenicka, "Most
Although the patrolling teachers are usually
busy keeping the halls quiet and orderly,
they are occasionally faced with lulls in
traffic. Taking advantage of these, some
walk outside on nice days, while others
head for Mr. Bill Garnett's room. There,
they can sit down, converse, and admire the
works of art on display.
Attempts to outsmart hall patrol abound.
Melodie Stafford, senior, described the
tactics employed by the art staff in
smuggling food past the hall patrol. While
the attitude of students toward supervision
of this type is often negative, most
recognize the need for it.
Ill Yuko Muto corrects her English in typing class.
Q21 Yuko Muto entertains at the NHS Banquet with
traditional japanese dance. 131 Mr. Unfred questions
students on independent study time. Q41 Mrs.
Bousquet surveys Student Lounge territory.
Prior to the November general election, a
number of political forums were held
during lunch periods at Franklin. According
to Mr. Alan Ellis, they were intended "to
enhance students' political awareness."
Representatives of campaigns for several
different offices provided information
about the candidates, and then discussed
and debated issues. After each session, a
question-and-answer period was held.
Mr. Ellis, who arranged most of the
forums, called them "beneficial for those
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McGovern representative gives information on issues.
131 Nixon representative points out qualifications for
his candidate. HJ Hatfield representative views his
notes. l5l Hatfield and Morse campaigners debate
with eaeli other.
The football and wrestling seasons wouldn't be
the same without the spirit and team support
stirred up by pep assemblies. These frequent
gatherings of the student body in the auditorium
often featured the presentation of teams and
skits performed by rally members. An additional
highlight was the competition yell, in which the
four classes attempted to out-shout each other.
CSeniors usually won.l "Pep assemblies really
help .. . they show how much fun a game can
be," explained fall varsity rally president Shirley
When large-scale gatherings couldn't be held,
"spirit boosters" took place after school in the
main hall. ln these mini - assemblies, the rally
squads and part of the band got the attention of
homeward - bound students, and reminded them
of the upcoming game or meet.
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Dillery comes out punching during a pep assembly.
131 "Run Around" Rose, 'KKiller" Dillery and "Short
Stop" Sweet promote Franlclin's "Wide World Of
Sports." 141Wearing"soup cans" which conceal their
new outfits, fall rally members Penney Peloquin,
Shirley Colvin and Kathy Bell form a dance line. 151
Football team members take their bows. 161 Jay
Wakeman exhibits superhuman strength as he lifts
A.G. . And A.F.
"Associated Girl Students tA.G.S.l is really
a fun organization with a lot of
possibilities, and our cabinet had a lot of
fun... ln September we held a "Big and
Little Sister" tea for the incoming
freshmen. We sponsored, along with
A.F.M., an after-game dance. October
brought a tea for our retiring "White
Tornado," and the annual pumpkin carving
contest on Halloween." COther A.G.S.
projects were "Girl of the Month," and
sending birthday cards to girls as a personal
touch.J "We are now busy planning our
Girls' League week, which will be held the
last week in November, and our most
important project of the year, "Day of
Dialogue." Thanks to our fantastic advisor,
Mrs. Lesley Glasgow, all these projects
have been made a lot easier, andl feel we've
had a successful term!"
Carol E. Knutson
Associated Franklin Men fA.F.M.J
president Rod Waterhouse and his cabinet
hoped to provide an opportunity for male
students to serve the school. Stressing
participation in school activities, he
commented on A.F.M.'s major activity,
"Man of the Month," which, in his words,
"has been working out well." Other cabinet
officers were vice-president Tim
Zimmerman, secretary Walt Pavlich, and
treasurerjoe Woodard. V
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Auborn, junior year representative: jean Callahan,
secretary: Darlene Skidmore, treasurer: Nancy Baker,
publicity chairman. Back Row: Laurie Beck,
sophomore year rep.: Linda Darke, vice - president:
Carol Knutson, president: Susan Urbach, senior year
rep. 121 The cake is cut at the A.G.S. - sponsored tea
honoring Mrs. Corey Belleque. C31 A.F.M. Fall
Cabinet: Sitting: President Rod Waterhouse.
Standing: joe Woodard, treasurer: Walt Pavlich,
secretary: and Tim Zimmerman, vice president. f4j
A.F.M. Spring Cabinet: Tony Giordano, vice -
president: Bob Taylor, publicity chairman: Pete
Lukich, secretary: Gary Kelley, senator: Curt
Madson, treasurer: Walt Pavlich, senator: and
Kazuhiko Yanase, president. l5l A.G.S. Spring
Cabinet: Gayle Strech, freshman year rep.: Terri
Atkinson, secretary: .lean Callaghan, president: Patty
Schwab, treasurer: Janet Hardy, vice - president: and
Cindy Comella, publicity chairman. 161 Patty
Schwab and Gayle Strech sell Val-O-Grams in the
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As their fall counterparts did with
Halloween, the spring A.G.S. cabinet
scheduled its week around a holiday,
Valentine's Day. Part of the week's
activities were planned with this romantic
theme in mind.
A.G.S. Week, held February 12 through 16,
was launched with a "Val-o-Gram" sale in
the main hall. For ten cents, students could
send a message to their favorite boy or girl.
On Tuesday, an assembly provided a sneak
preview of the upcoming A.G.S. -
Cleveland powder puff basketball game.
Wednesday and Thursday brought a
"Conversation Hearts" candy sale and a
bubble gum - blowing contest respectively,
while Friday's old time movie featuring
Laurel and Hardy concluded the week.
On February 28, the A.G.S. powder puff
basketball team traveled to Cleveland for
the game. The proceeds were later donated
to charity. Franklin prevailed by a score of
Other activities sponsored by the spring
cabinet included a freshman tea. Another
"Big - Little Sister Tea" was held to end
the year on a high note.
Girls Fill Schedule
all A.G. .
The early months of school saw the A.G.S.
Fall Cabinet involved in different
With September came the annual Big-
Little Sister tea, held on the l9th in the
auditorium. At the tea, girls from all four
classes had an opportunity to meet each
other and get acquainted. Refreshments
were served in the cafeteria.
October brought Halloween and a pumpkin
carving contest. Pumpkins were sold in the
main hall, and on Tuesday, all entries were
judged in categories. ill
Ill Linda Darke, Sue Urbach, Mary Lou Auborn and Steve Stone
serve refreshments to the underclassmen. 121 Steve Stone
displays his version of the "Great Pumpkin." l3j Dave Gallucci
admires all the entries in the A.G.S. Best Carved Pumpkin
contest. 141 Jim Siverson, Carrie Bergstrom, Don DeMo0r, ,lean
Callaghan and Mr. Dean Mauehley listen while Corey Belleque
tells of her retirement plans. l5l Mrs. Corey Belleque, former
"White Tornado," reveals her true image.
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Corey Belleque, Franklirfs matron and
"White Tornado," retired on Oct. 31, after
10 years of loyal service to the school.
Shortly before her retirement, a tea
sponsored by the A.G.S. cabinetlwas held in
her honor. Faculty and students alike were
invited to attend the gathering.
On Halloween, Corey broke tradition by
wearing black to a faculty-only farewell
party, where she was presented with a
Ill Linda Sanders swings to the music. 125 Cindy
Nelson and Wayne Palmer radiate happiness. 131
Debbie Mahoney, Rex Brenton, Wendy Smith, and
Steve Stone enjoy the evening. I4-J Santa Claus gives
out candy canes. l5j Candyland Court receives
recognition from the crowd.
In Yuletide Mood
Visitors to Franklin found Christmas
festivities in full swing at the annual
Candyland dance, held on Dec. 16.
Selection of representatives from each class
took place in reg. rooms during the week,
and elections for Queen and King were held
at the dance. Tracy Barbour and Chris
DiLoreto reigned over the evening's
activities, while juniors Kathy Bell and
Ro-n Wold, sophomores Toni Cozzetto and
Brad Callaghan, and freshmen Rhonda
Meadows and Pat Durbin completed the
Later in the evening, Santa Claus arrived
and added to the fun by passing out candy
canes. The "Musty Brothers" provided
Highlights Safety Week
Safety Week, sponsored by the Spring
Executive Cabinet, was not intended as a
means of raising money, but rather to
promote safe living by students. Held
March 26-30, it began with a kick-off
assembly, featuring "joe Jazz" fportrayed
by Ron Palmerl and his reckless tricycle
driving. Other events during the week,
traditional at Franklin, were car inspections
by policemen, safety films, and a Friday-
For the eighteenth year in a row, Franklin's
faculty basketball team triumphed over the
seniors in the annual Senior-Faculty Game,
held on Tuesday of Safety Week. An
assembly introducing both teams and the
senior and faculty rally squads preceded the
contest. That evening, in spite of all the
Senior Power the senior men could muster,
the faculty overcame with a final score of
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fll Ron Palmer fin the guise of "Joe Jazznj puzzles
over his predicament, while Linda Darke Kas "Candy
Crashnl lies "injured" amid the wreckage. Q21 John
Derby and Kazuhiko Yanase douse Jean Callaghan
and Ron with confetti. GD Mr. Kirk Morey keeps
tabs on Wayne Palmer. 141 Senior Rally members
Carrie Bergstrom, Laura Sander, Chris DiLoreto,
Tracy Barbour and Rex Brenton lead a yell contest.
f5l Poised and ready, Tom Hogan prepares to shoot.
ill junior Class President Linda Goodwin assists Joni
Hawn in the lemon eating contest, while classmates
and Mrs. Emma Moore watch. KZJ Nancy Vassar,
jorlnne Ngan, Toni Cozzetto, Susan Warnack,
Rosemary Culberson, Connie Stewart and .lan Coe
participate in Sophomore Week assembly, C31
Rosemary Culberson helps Connie Stewart with head
gear. l4l Tim Zimmerman dares the crowd into the
sponge throw. 151 Vernon Vinciguerra, Tony
Johnson, Dwayne Weissenbuhler and Ralph Gross
enjoy watching the action during the junior's trike
"Reach Out with the Class of '74-" was the
theme for October 2 to 6. Through many
activities such as food sales, a cutest baby
contest and a trike race, the cabinet boosted
class spirit and added over S200 to their
"junior Week was very successful. l was
impressed with participation and the spirit
was fantastic," expressed Class President
"Keep on Trucking!" made a great theme
for the Sophomore Week held Qctober 24
to 27. Events ranging from a cabinet
exchange with Cleveland to a stationery
sale were scheduled each day.
Hollie Stafford concluded, "It was a
successful week and we got a lot more
people involved. Our dance featuring
Atlantis was the highlight of the week.
Getting people involved was our main
Ill Seated: SB President Kazuhiko Yanase. Standing:
Vice - President Ron Palmer, Treasurer Heather
Derby, Secretary Tracy Barbour. Not Pictured:
Publicity Chairman Cindy Hayzlett. QD Rod
Waterhouse and Ron Palmer demonstrate an executive
coin toss. Q31 "Who's into my paints?" questions
Cindy Hayzlett. Q41 Hollie Stafford is it a
chicken or a ham?
Pride, Unity Comprise
F all Cabinet Goals
Fall .B. Cabinet
The most important goal of the fall 1972-
73 Student Body Cabinet, according to
President Kazuhilco Yanase, was to
generate more school pride and unity at
At informal summer meetings, cabinet
members made plans for a busy tall term,
including the traditional Homecoming
activities, a fund drive for United Good
Neighbors, and the Candyland Dance. Kaz
was particularly enthusiastic about the
U.G.N. campaign, which he felt was their
most successful project. I-le cited Mr. Dean
Mauchley as deserving very special thanks,
because " . .. without him, there is chaos!"
Another success was the conversion of room
157 from a classroom to a Student Activity
Center. Used by student body and class
cabinets, and the rally squads, the room
contained art supplies and served as a place
lll Cloclcwise: Janette Vanderpool, treasurerg Heather
Derby, secretary: Ron Palmer, presidentg Randy
McCartney, vice-president: Melodic Stafford,
publicity chairman. 121 Jean Callaghan, A.G.S.
president, Works on assignments. f3J Linda Darke,
senior class president, paints a Safety Week sign. 14D
Melodic Stafford does a tedious job. ISD Ron Palmer
tells of future plans.
Safety Week, Red Cross
Gccupy Cabinet Agenda
Under the guidance of Mr. Dean
Mauchley, the spring student body officers
kept busy with projects related to the idea
Safety Week, traditional at Franklin but
not observed for the last couple of years,
was planned around the slogan "Be a live
chicken- not a dead duck." Cabinet officers
organized activities in keeping with the
theme. These included an assembly, car
inspections by policemen, safe driving tests,
films, tag sales, and a sock-hop dance
featuring the "Muddy Valley Crawdad
Having Franklin's long-awaited bicycle
racks installed and painted was another
project on the agenda.
Earlier in the term, the cabinet held a week-
long fund raising drive for the Red Cross.
All four classes competed with each other to
donate money. While the junior class led for
most of the week, seniors came out on top.
Combined with the proceeds from the
A.G.S. powder puff basketball game,
student contributions to the Red Cross
amounted to a sum of 215197, exceeding
total donations of several recent years.
On Equal Level
Franklin's intramural sports program, again
headed by Mr. ,lon Abraham, was designed
so students from each class could participate
on an equal level. Freshmen and
sophomores were divided into teams from
physical education and health classes, while
juniors and seniors joined through their reg.
rooms. Group captains helped keep the
program organized and handled all sign-ups.
By competing in various activities which
included flag football, cross country,
basketball, wrestling, and volleyball, the
groups accumulated points on the basis of
participation and attendance. At year's end,
a trophy was awarded to the class with the
flj Intramural basketball players compete for points.
Q21 Chris DiLoreto triumphs over Kazuhiko Yanase.
GJ Mr. Marvin Flitcroft and Miss Dorothy Grant
enjoy themselves at th-e Vetcherinka. 141 Mr. Alan
Ellis introduces members of the Russian Club. 151
Rosemary McLellarn, Jan Locke, and Susie Urbach
discuss the Vetcherinka.
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The "Vetcherinka," the third annual
Russian Club dinner and party, was held
February Z2 in the Student Lounge.
Russian teacher Mr. Alan Ellis welcomed
everyone to the evening of authentic food
Exotic Russian dishes such as borsch, beef
stroganoff, cabbage rolls, braised beef, and
pirozhki were made and served by the
The crowd viewed movies on the culture
and lifestyle of the Russian people today. ln
addition, the Russian Club sang a medley of
traditional folk songs, to the
accompaniment of Kevin Roach.
flj The Class of '74 Prom Court: Seated: Patty
Schwab, Donna Willett, Nancy Louie, Queen Trudi
Malsey, Shelley Shirley, Jacque Ernst, and Linda
Goodwin. Standing: Chris Baumann, Dale Conner,
Paul Savory, King joe Woodard, Tim Zimmerman,
Gregg Strech, and Jim Sweet. 121 Trudi Malsey and
joe Woodard share the happiness of being crowned
Queen and King of the Junior Prom. Q31 Gregg
Strech, Nancy Louie, Jacque Ernst, and Jim Sweet
applaud the announcement of the court. Q41 Prom
committee chairmen: Sandy Schoenbeck, publicity,
Patty Schwab, refreshmentsg Nancy Louie,
decorations, and Trudi Malsey, general chairman.
An Enchanting Evening
for 'Pieces of April'
A pastel crepe-paper sky, wall murals, and
an illuminated fountain helped set the scene
for an enchanting evening, Friday, April 13.
Un that "unlucky" date, Franklin's Class
of '74 held its long-awaited Junior Prom.
The prom's theme was "Pieces of April,"
the title of a popular song.
lntermission brought the presentation of
the court, and the annual announcement of
new Pleiades and Friars members. The
evening was most lucky for Trudi Malsey
and Joe Wocmdard, who were crowned
Queen and King of the prom.
"Music Lab" provided romantic accompani-
ment fincluding the theme songl to the
dancing, while the senior members of
Pleiades and Friars served refreshments.
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Ill lVIelodie Stafford and John Giunta pose for a pre-
prom picture. 121 "Mood" music is provided by
"Rivergate.l' l3j John Bernunzio and Penney
Peloquin prepare to depart for the River Queen. f4l
Dennis Regelin and Alice Mammen discuss a photo
pose with Bruce Luzader. l5l Barbara Billingsley and
Joe Eichorn enjoy a few "moments" of their own. 161
Ron Palmer, Shelley Shirley, Randy Bishop and Karyn
Flaeh attend a pre-prom party.
Of Our Own"
"Moments of Our Qwnn was the theme of
this year's Senior Prom, held on May 12.
The locale for this long-awaited celebration
was the River Queen, a ferry boat
converted into a floating restaurant and
Traditional pre-prom gatherings at
students' homes attracted many seniors.
Later, from eight to eleven-thirty p.m.,
couples danced to the music of "Rivergate"
or simply enjoyed the cool river breezes
from the decks.
During a short intermission, the 1973 May
Fete Court and Rose Festival Princess
Linda Darke were presented. ln addition,
the Sonnettes lsenior girls' ensemhlej gave a
Clj 1973 May Feta- Court. 123 Prime Minister Ron
Palmer crowns Karon 'liwctcn as May Fore Queen.
133 Prima- Minister Ron Palms-r, and Chambcrlains
Linda Darkv, Chris l7iLort-to and -lim Ewing. 143
Crown bear:-r Andy Biggs and flown-r girl Karen Kuter
wait patiently for the curonation uf-rcinrmy to begin.
'Knights of May Pete'
"Warm, wild, rainy wind, blowing fitfully,
stirring dreamy breakers on the slumberous
May sea, what shall fail to answer thee?"
This excerpt from Celia Thaxter's poem
"Morning ln May" lrecited by Court
Chamberlains Linda Darke, Chris
DiLoreto and jim Ewingl not only helped
set the mood for the annual May Fete
assembly on May 4, but described exactly
the spring weather prevailing on that date.
Franklin's traditional celebration, planned
this year around the theme "Morning In
May," saw as its high point the crowning of
Karen Tweten as queen.
Attended by her court, chamberlains,
flower girl Karen Kuter, crownbearer Andy
Biggs and Prime Minister Ron Palmer,
Queen Karen bestowed the title "Knight of
May Feten on 27 of her subjects. Among
the students and faculty members knighted
for their services were retiring teachers
Miss Anne Bohlen, Miss Faye Cornutt and
Mr. james McKee.
KH Carrie Bergstroni escorted by jim Clark. 121
Tracy Harbour escorted by Kazuhiko Yanase.
131 Shirley Colvin escorted by Steve Stone. 143
Heather Derby escorted by Rex Brenton.
Karyn Flaeb escorted by john Bernunzio. Q63
Carol Knutson escorted by Mark -Innes.
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Quakers Announce First
"Well there she is!" remarked Ron
Palmer as Linda Darke, Franklin's 1973
Rose Festival Princess, smiled for
photographers, TV cameramen and the
students who chose her to represent them.
Only moments before, Princess Linda had
received her tiara and ceremonial mantle
from the 1972 princess, Judy Speciale.
Franklin was chosen to announce its
princess first, so the festivities were
appropriately lavish. Held on April 9 and
10, they featured two strong links with the
past. At the beginning of the announcement
assembly, 1973 Rose Festival Association
President Robert E. Franklin greeted the
audience. 1-le was Franklin's student body
president in 1942, when the school had its
last queen, Shirley Fowler. ln addition, the
throne used by Princess Linda was the same
one in which Queen Shirley was crowned.
lt was hoped that the throne would bring
Linda good luck on Coronation night in
Stepping our from "Behind The Footlights,"
Frank1in's Rose Princess candidates display their
charm. llJShir1ey Barrett, 121 Karen Tvveten, C31
Kim Price, 141 'lean Callaghan, 151 Debbie
l1JFranklin's l973 Rose Festival Court is presented to
the student body. 121 Royal composure is
momentarily lost as Linda Darke is named princess.
131 Judy Speciale crowns her successor.
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1l1 Members of the junior class handle the reception.
121 Somber faces adorn the entering seniors. 131 Curt
Madson and Gary Kelley radiate the senior spirit. 141
Patty Treilu-I folds a design into her napkin. 151
Cindy Hayzlett and Shirley Gribble eliat while
waiting for breakfast. 161 Nancy Baker, Bob Kays
and Sam McKean agree it's been a worthwhile four
years. 171"l dare you tu take my picture."
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Seniors Assemble For
Sunday, May 20, was the occasion for a
final honoring of the senior class before
Commencement. This non-mandatory
service featured as guest speaker the Rev.
Walter Knutson, pastor of St. lVlark's
Lutheran Church, and selections sung by
Before the year-end senior assembly on
Thursday, May 24, seniors gathered for
breakfast at the Airtel Motor lnn.
Highlights of this gathering were the
announcement of Senior Mosts, a showing
of the Senior Movie, and standing ovations
for Miss Dorothy Dundore, Mr. Yoshinobu
Terada and Mr. Dean Mauchley
fCounselors and College Coordinator,
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Mr. Howe Greets Class 4 7
On the clear, sunny evening of May 29
fperhaps a good omen for graduating
seniorsj Franklinys eighty-eighth commence-
ment was held at the Civic Auditorium
downtown. After the customary
proeessional to "Promp and Circumstancef,
an invocation by senior Dennis Regt-lin and
a welcome by Class President Linda Darke,
school board member Mr. Paul H. Howe
delivered his greetings. ln addition, seniors
Mike lVlcNerney, Alice Mammen and lVlike
Weirich spoke on the "Pursuit of
lfxcellencefy the theme for this year's
The ceremonies concluded with the
announcement of scholarships and awards
by Mr. Dean Mauchley and Dr. Con
Cremer, respectively, and the presentation
of those long-anticipated diplomas.
Almanac Staff 1973
Diane Stalker . . .
Mike Weirich. ..
Mike Wong ....
Evonne Steele .....
Dennis Regelin. .
Mary Liang ....
Lori Rova ......
Barbara Bridges . . .
Kevin Williams ...
Cindy Comella ..
Janet Hardy ..........
Karen Parsons ........
Sandy Schoenbeck .....
Deanne Dimoff ......
Penny Allen ..... ASS'
John Bernunzio ....
Ron Entwisle ......
Harold Lee .....
Terry Tolan . .
Kim I-Iolstine . ..
Doug Tallman .....
Shirley Colvin ......
... Seniors Editor
. . . Classes Editor
Arts and Interests
Arts and Interests
. . . . . . .Activities
. . . . . . .Activities
. . . .Photographer
. . . .Photographer
. . . .Photographer
. . . .Photographer
. . . . Bookkeeper
Mrs. Miriam Puckett .... ....
The staff wishes to extend special thanks
Doug Tallman for the theme. Melodie
Stafford for her art work. The First
National Bank, Bank of California,
Representative Edith Green, Forestry
Center, Mt. Hood Freeway Information
Center, OMSI, Portland Chamber of
Commerce, Portland Park Bureau, Mr.
Lauren Petrie, Kelley Stafford, and former
senator Wayne Morse for photographs used
in the introduction. Dave Stalker for special
Mr. Ken Becket, Pischel Yearbooks, Inc.
Mr. Bruce Luzader, photographer.
Mr. jack Yeager, photographer.
at football games,
in the halls,
in hot, stuffv classrooms,
at track meets, and
friends that are there
when l needed them,
kaleidoscope in my mind
Being the editor of the ALMANAC
helped me find a place
for myself at Franklin.
Each of us
must learn to identify
with something in our school life.
We are reaching out
to find ourselves and
learn what is unique
There is something here
for each of us
to learn and grow in,
whether it he
mechanical, or dramatic.
In disciplining our minds here,
we prepare ourselves
to move into a world that needs improvement.
Franklin is a step toward adulthood
that will help us reach goals
and for our world.
l hope that each of you
has found something special at Franklin
to help you grow.
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Aaltonen, Jerry 126
ABRAHAM, MR, JOHN 54,208
Abraham, Ralph 126
Addleman, Bill 160,203,207
Albin, Randy 268
Albrecht, Nancy 126
Alexander, Becky 157
Alexander, Junith 259
Allen, Barbara 70
Allen, Georgina 126,259
Allen, Jeannie 143,144
Allen, Jim 126
Allen, Penny 125,126,25O,
Allen, Sheila 70
Allenbrand, Patty 126,261
Alley, Sherry 126,269
Allison, Suzanne 152,256,259
Almanac Staff 250,251
Alver, Helgi 7,126,260
Amato, Craig 70
Amato, Mike 144
Anacker, Marion 212,217,260
Anderson, Barbara 144
Anderson, Cindy 144,228,229,
Anderson, Darrell 173
Anderson, Dean 160
Anderson, Gail 126
Anderson, Jeff 139
Anderson, Kevin 9,144
Anderson, Tom 144,191,205
Andrae, Byron 173
Andrakis, John 126
Andreotti, Robert 160,207
Andreotti, Susan 126,261
Andrews, Maria 160
Andrew, Sam 157
Androshchuk, Gordon 70
Anstine, Mike 70
Aoki, Alan 32,38,126
Arnold, Tim 126
Arnold, Tony 160,203,207
Arnone, Tami 144
Arthur, Rhonda 126
Ashlock, Jeri 160
Askew, Jodi 160
Atkinson, Terri 126,260,277
Auborn, MaryLou 126,134,249,
Axsom, Linda 126
Ayers, Dawn 160
Aynes, Gary 157
Babnick, George 144,157,206
Bochman, Nancy 160,185,216
Backstrom, Cindy 70,114,264
Backstrom, Marc 144,183,191,
Baird, Jeff 144,203
Baird, Mike 160,203
Baird, Robert 138
Baisinger, Janet 144,197,2l2,
Baker, Judy 144
Baker, Nancy 70,1l3,222,229,
Baker, Richard 160,237
BALLEN, MRS. OSA 54
Ballew, Twilla 113
Banks, Rosanne 160
Barbee, Greg 160
Barbee, Marlis 160,164
Barber, Debra 144
Barbour, Chris 144
Bariiour, Tracy 70,113,283,298
Barnaby, Anthony 183
Barnes, Debbie 126
Barnes, Melissa 160
Barnes, Sandra 160
Barnett, Joyce 126
Barnum, Patrice 70,255
Barny, Gloria 126
Baron, Darby 139
Bartholomew, Iney 144
Bastedenbeck, Roy 126,132,177
Bastin, Patricia 70
Bauer, Brian 144
Baugher, Cris 126,259
Baughman, Brad 126,177,233
Bauman, Chris 38,126,138,183,
Baumgardner, Molan 139
Bay, Brad 160
Baylie, Flo 259
Beach, Rachel 160
Beal, Christina 160
Beal, Harlie 70
Bean, Mary 160
Beasly, Mary 126,237,259
Beavert, Bill 139
Beck, Debbie 70
Beck, Debra Kay 160
Beck, Laurie 144,260,277
Beck, Randy 160,181,194
Becker, Janet 173
BECKER, MR. HERMAN 54
Beckford, Leena 160
Beckford, Sharann 126
Bell, Kathy 126,187,217,244
BELLEQUE, MRS. COREY 49,278
Belmore, Barbara 144,229,249,
Belmore, Curtis 71,114
Belott, Mary 126
Bennett, Belle 126,244
Bennett, Debbie 143,144,260
Bennett, Kim 160
Bennett, Leslie 142,144,146,
Bennett, Nyal 160
Benschoter, Dawn 126
Bentley, Diane 71
Bentz, Randall 71
Berg, Dave 139
Bergstrom, Carrie 67,71,1 13,
Bergstrom, Mark 126
Bergstrom, Robert 191
Bernard, Cindy 160
Bernard, Julian 160,203
Bernard, Linda 126,139,242,260
Bernard, Marvin 207
Bernard, Silva 126,195
Berndt, Beth 139
Bernunzio, Cathy 126
Bernunzio, John 71,250,296,298,
Bernunzio, Paul 71
BERTRAM, MRS. DORIS 46,254
Bethune, Ben 71,113,177,179,
Betters, Dandra 113
Betts, Stuart 160,181,194
BIGGS, MR. BRIAN 54,181,229
Bigoni, Gayle 144,256
Bigoni, Marilyn 126
Billingsly, Barbara 72,114,297
Bills, Barbara 144,237
Bishop, Randy 8,69,72,113,177,
Bixel, Mike 173
Bjoien, Opel 259
Black, Dale 126
Blackford, Johna 72
Blades, Patricia 72,106,235,
Blair, Jeff 127
Blair, John 72
Blair, Terry 72
Blake, Marty 8,177,217
Blalock, Doug 160
Blankenship, Debbi 72,257,259
Blevins, Linda 173
Bloomgarden, Julie 161
Blumenshein, Debbie 72
Bodeman, Cindy 144
BOELTS, MISS HELEN 54
Boetger, Bill 139
Boetger, Caryn 161
Boetger, Mike 10,72
BOHLEN, MISS ANNE 43,54
Bolera, Thomas 144,260
Bollig, Bill 161,181,207
Bondy, Jay 157
Bonner, Anita 73
BORC1-IERS, MRS. SARA 50
Borgmann, Angie 161
Borgmann, Debbie 139
Bark, Steve 73
BOSCO, MR. JERRY 54,222
Bostick, Craig 173
BOUSQUET, MRS. BARBARA 54,
Bowen, Mike 34,73,234,237,239
Bowen, Pam 73
Bowles, Artlene 73,94
Bowling, Stan 139
Boyce, Cindee 242
Bradley, Gene 161
Bradley, Pati 161
Bradshaw, Brian 173
Bradtke, Richelle 242
Brandt, Joan 73,94,1l4
Brannan, Barb 161
Brauckmiller, Greg 139
Braun, Lynette 161
Brawley, Austin 127
Brawley, Ken 161
Breese, Steve 144
Breitler, Cindy 173
Bremer, Katherine 139
Breniser, Patty 113
Brenton, Rex 10,40,68,73,
Brewer, Mark 157
Bridges, Barbara J. 69,73,
Bridges, Debbie 144,185,212,
Britzius, Denise 127,257
Brockway, Patty 161
Brolliar, Leah 139
Brooks, Rick 127
Broomfield, Pam 161
Brown, Ann 73
Brown, Bob 161
Brown, Donna 73
Brown, Ken 41,73
Brown, Shannon 161,224
Browning, Janice 144
Bruce, Rita 40,127,260
Brunelle, Pam 127
Brunning, Debbie 127,260,262
Brunning, Tim 161,163
BUCKIEWICZ, MR. WALTER 54
Buchanan, Doug 161
Buckmeyer, Sandra 161
Buff, Colinda 161
Buffington, Stenna 259
Bunker, Valerie 161
Burbank, Naomi 127,185
Burgard, Tim 73
Burge, Tonya 127
Burgess, Teri 161
Burk, Myron 144,206
Burke, Mike 161,191
BURNAM, MR. BILL 50,52,308
BURRI, MR. JACK 201,203
Burns, Karen Burro
Burrow, Gail 127
Burrow, Gary 144
Bushnell, Donna 144
Busselan, Rory 157
Butler, Gillian 144
Buner, Linda 141,144,197,
Butler, Margaret 144,260
Cahill, Julie 125,127,195,
Caldwell, Cindy 258
Callaghan, Brad 144,191
Callaghan, Jean 74,101,277,
Cameron, Scott 127
Camp, Cheryl 144
Camp, Robert 161,194
Campbell, Curtis 173
Candello, Jackie 144
Canham, Karen 74
Capps, Becky 157
Capugto, Danny 144,145,191,
Caputo, Mike 74,113,114,182
CARLESON, MR, DAVE 55,234,
Carlson, John 144,145
Carns, Kim 161
Carpenter, Robert 145,237
Carrara, Denise 74
Carrara, Sue 157
Carroll, Dennis 74
Carroll, Teresa l27,135,254,
Carter, Enid 48,259
Carter, Samuel 177
CAUTHERS, MISS MARION 55
Center, Janice 145
Cervantes, Angel 161
Cervantes, Connie 145
Cervantes, Julian 127
Chamberlain, Tony 157
Charbonneau, Hazel 161
Chastain, Cheryl 127
Cheek, Alan 74
Chinn, Nancy 161,237
Chow, Lynn 74,114,308
Chow, Wally 127
Christensen, Barbara 173
CHIEISTENSEN, MRS. MARJORIE
CHRISTENSEN, MR. BORDEN 55
Christensen, Linda 158,161,173
Christensen, Tracy 145,255
Christman, Frank 173
Chung, David 161
Cieloha, Randy 74
Cieloha, Rick 262
Clancy, Cathy 145,149
Clancy, Patty 161
Clark, David 161
Clark, James 75,114,214,298,300
Ciark, Jeff 75,229,234,239
Clark, Kathy 145
Clayson, Christine 127,260
Clayson, Daniel 145,254
Clevenger, Larry 75
Clifford, Mark 127
Cline, Luanne 145,260
Closset, April 113
Clow, Eileen 38,75,114,185,
Clowers, Doug 173
Clunas, Carmen 113
Clure, Jeree 127
Clure, Kerrie 145,146
Coats, John 157
Coe, Jay 39,127,191,205
Coe, Joan 140,141,145,197,
Coe, Ilean 264
Coe, John 114,205,265
Coffey, Candy 127
Coffey, Julia 36,127
Coffey, Dan 173
Coffey, John 161
Cogburn, Charles 161,163,181
Coggins, Stanley 161
Cohen, Karol 24,161
Cohen, Kathy 161
Coiteux, Chris 23,127,131
Coiteux, Renee 161
Coiteux, Sherrie 145
Cole, David 161
Cole, 'red 50,1o0,150,181,
Coleman, David 113
Coleman, John 127
Coleman, Kevin 161,167,194
COLES, MR. ROBERT 51,52,214
Colvin, Shirley 68,113,114,
Comella, Cindy 123,125,127,
Conner, Carla 161
Conner, Dale 127,260,294
Connett, Stephen 173
Conover, Cindy 161,167,198
Constantine, Cyndi 173
Constantin, Lyle 145
Constantin, Sheryl 145
Constantine, Jerry 139
Cook, Cheryl 145
Cook, Linda 127
Cook, Wil.liam 145
Cooper, Debra 127
Cooper, Mark 162,181,194
Cooper, Roberta 145,146,262
Cooper, Ted 113
Copko, Glen 127
Coppernoll, Greg 162
Corley, Jerry 162,237
Cornett, Bil.l 127
Cornett, Paul 139
CORNUTT, MISS FAYE 43,55
Corrado, Iodine 127,259
Corrado, Kari 162
Corrigan, John 145
Corter, Bob 145
Cote, Debra 139
Cote, Mike 162
Cottrill, Robert 139
Coughlin, Steven 75
COUNSELING STAFF 50
Couture, Debra 123,127,139
Cowden, Curtis 113
Covert, Karen 113
Cox, Laurie 35,l62,172,237
Cozzetto, Connie 75
Cozzetto, Toni 140,141,145,
Cramer, Edwina 157
Cramer, Joy 127
Crawford, Dale 127,132,234,
CREMER, DR. CON V. 44,52
Crisanaz, Allen 38,75,114
CRITES, MRS. MAXINE 55,225
Crocker, Lynn 145,242,245
Crosby, Dianna 162
Crosley, William 127
Cross, Lynda 173
Croteau, Greg 162
Crouch, Cynthia 145
Crouch, Nancy 127
Crowser, Dennis 145
Cubic, Karl 145
Cuddy, Patti 75
Cullison, Carol 7,76
Culberson, Rosemary 14l,145,
Cummings, Barbara 145
Cummings, LeeAnne 128
Cummings, Neal 128,254,268
Cunningham, Bruce 162,181,203
Cunningham, Dawn 69,76
Cunningham, Karen 128
Cunningham, Linda 145
CURRICULUM COUNCIL 52
Custer, Ceilia 145,259
Custer, Lee 76
Custer, Leonard 76,114,265
D'Ambrosia, Julie 5,67,76,
Danenburger, Cindy 173
Daniels, Jay 145
Danielson, Patty 162,234,239
Danner, David 145
Danton, Rex 162
Daquilante, Adrianne 145
Darby, Cindy 145
Darke, Linda 68,76,114,278,
Darlow, Greg 76,95
Daschel, Mike 128,228
Daschel, Steve 162,203
Davenburger, Cindy 162
David, Beverly 145
Davies, Melinda 157
Davis, Brenda 145
DAVIS, MR. BRITT 55,189
Davis, Charlene 139
Davis, Chuck 77,308
Davis, Craig 162
Davis, Dan 128,260
Davis, Dayle 128
Davis, Jim 157
Davis Kerry 173
Davis Linda 162
Davis Lorraine 128,234,239
Davis Mark 162
DAVIS, MRS. ROWENA 47
Davis, Terri 162
Daw, Jim 162,166,181,203
Daw, William 128,13l,203,
Dawson, Honda 145,259
Dean, Gary 77
Deck, Bryan 128
DeClark, Marlene 157
Dedmore, Dan 113
Deems, Greg 31,77
Dees, Folfe 113
Deeters, Bruce 262
Deeters, Vicki 162
DELANCE, MRS. PATRICIA 46,
DeLangis, Candy 162
Demmon, David 158,162,262
DeMoor, Dan 128,233,278
DeMoor, Ron 128
Demuth, Dindy 77
Demuth, Jeff 145,149
Denniston, Mike 162
Denny, Jeff 128
Densem, Don 162
Dent, Bonnie 77
Deranleau, Denis 128
Deranleau, Teresa 173
Derby, Heather 77,219,288,
Derby, John 142,203,282
Deters, Bruce 77,189
Deters, Julie 128
DeWitt, Kari 162
DeWitt, Mike 145
DeWitz, Brenda 128
Dezell, Bill 77
Dickinson, Sandra 66,77,114,
Dickman, Betty 145
Dickman, Bonny 145
Dickman, Ricky 78
Dickson, Lori 145,242
Dickson, Sandy 264
Dickson, Shannon 77
Dillery, Carla 131,217,275
Dillery, Mike 162,194,207
DiLoreto, Chris 1O,68,78,114,
DiLoreto, Vince 128,183,208,
Dimoff, Deanne 78,114,250
Dirks, Glenda 78
Dixon, Gerald 162,183
Doan, Joe 173
Dobson, Mike 128
Dodd, Ron 8,l28,191,205,
Donaldson, Carol 78,212,268,308
DONAHUE, MR. PETER 55
Donaldson, Floyd 162
Donkin, Sandra 162
Donnell, Laura 235,242,260
Donnell, Maureen 4l,128,229,
Dorety, Betty 162
Doyle, Rick 173
DRAIS, MR. EDWARD 49
Drenner, Dale 162
Down, Pat 78
Dreves, Charles 177,217
Drew, Pam 162,212
Duclos, Joanne 78
Duclos, Michael 128
Dumais, Roxanne 139
Dumas, Sue 146
DUNDORE, MISS DOROTHY 50
Dunford, Marilyn 78
Duvall, Scott 128
Durant, Wynn 173
Durbin, Becky 69,78
Durbin, Pat 162,18l,194,214
Durbin, Paul 128,191,217
Durkee, Frank 214
Durkee, Tom 146
Durland, Doug 162
Dusek, Carol 128,139
Dusek, Steven 173
Duvall, Scott 128
Duxbury, Ken 173
DYAR, MR. THOMAS 55,203
Dyer, Doreen 146
Eades, Debbie 162
Easly, Candy 128
Eastlund, Carl 146,237
Eastlund, Paul 78
Eaton, Kevin 162,207
Eaton, Mary 128,259
Eaton, Toby 128
Edington, James 160,162
Edwards, Dennis 128
EGGIMAN, MRS. GLADYS 56
EHM, MRS. JOSEPHINE 56
Eisenbeck, Carol 128
Eivers, Saharh 234
Elbon, Leona 128
Elder, Colleen 146
Elliott, Bob 128
ELLIS, MR. ALAN 28,56
Ellis, Rosemary 24,162,216
ELLMERS, MR. HAROLD 56,181
Elmer, Kelly 162
Elston, Jeanette 146
Elston, Jo 129,242,244
Emig, Jim 129,184,217,260
Emig, Nancy 162,185
Emmett, Colleen 162
Emmons, Alta 162
Emmons, Sallie 129
Emra, John 146
Emra, Vickie 24,162,212
Emra, William 177
Entrikew, Sam 181,194
Entwisle, Beaver 146
Entwisle, Ron 78,208,250
Eoff, Don 129
Erdmann, Dorothea 78
Erdmann, Rochelle 129,212
Erickson, Bill 162
Erickson, Charlene 78,308
Erickson, Karen 129
ERLANDSON, MR. GILBERT 52,
Ernst, Jacquelyn 36,122,123,
Ernst, Kevin 162
Esmond, Daniel 162
Esmond, Deborah 146
Estobrook, Rhonda 162
Estrada, Carlos 129,262
Estrada, Marta 162
EURICH, MR. GERALD 56
Evans, Carry 146
Evans, Janice 129
Evans, Mary 162
Everitt, Jon 146
Ewers, Sarah 162
Ewing, Jim 7,11,78,113,1l4,l77,
Fahl, Ronald 15 7
Furaschem, Danny 149,205,217
Fancher, Rusty 31
Faris, John 129
Farley, Nancy 79,233,242
Farrell, Shawn 79
Farrington, Diane 146
Faulhaber, Lori 163
FAUROT, MRS. JANET 56
Feeny, Mary 163
Feightner, Sherry 163
Felix, Steve 146
Ferero, Debbie 129,146
Ferrell, Wayne 129,262
Ferren, Linda 129
Ferris, Dewaine 173
FERRY, MR. CLIFFORD 52,56
Finch, Mary 146
Fischer, Debbie 157
Fishback, Berry 203
Fishenr, Doug 157
Fitzgerald, Randy 201
Flach, Karyn 79,104,269,297,
Fleming, Craig 157
Fleming, Tami 163
Fletcher, Margie 41,129,139
FLITCROFT, MR. MARVIN 293
Florer, Don 173
Flowers, Betty 139
Flowers, Johnny 173
Fluharty, Thomas 79,96,114
Fluno, Guy 157
Flynn, Mike 163
Folkert, Katey 129
Fontaine, Sunday 163
Ford, Kathy 163
Forsyth, Barbara 163
Forsyth, Karen 163
Foss, Julie 163
Foss, Sue 129
Foster, Barbara 146,212
FOSTER, MISS JEAN 56
Foster, Timothy 79
Fouts, Damon 129
Fouts, Teri 146
Fowler, Dennis 191,206
Fouler, Nancy 163
Frischman, Paula 129
Frison, Debbie 79
Frison, Georgia 129
Frison, Jan 22
Fujiino, Barbara 129,260
Fujiino, Donna 129,195,260
Fujirno, Mimi 163,269
Gallagher, Donna 163
Gallucci, Dave 129,177,217,278
Galluzzo, Shanna 25,163
Gamon, Ortensia 163
Gamon, Ray 157
Gamon, Rene 139
Garcia, Angel 129
Garcia, Joel 173
Garner, Dwayne 80
GARNETT, MR. WILLIAM 57
Garrett, Cheryl 163
Garrett, Steve 80,262
Garragus, Lloyd 193
Garrison, Connie 129
Garrison, Dale 11,80,177,217,233
Gaston, Rick 163
Gates, Julie 146,257
Gedamke, Janet 80
Geiger, Elizabeth 163
Gelow, Debra 163
George, Connie 146,163,198
Geren, Jim 129
Geren, Peggy 80
Giannone, Paul 113
Gibson, Brenda 163
Gibson, Kathie 129
Gibson, Laura 146
Gibson, Roland 173
Gibson, Tom 130
Giese, Diane 157
Gill, Dave 139,177,179,19l
Gillaspie, Jaunita 163,172
Gilpin, Susie 146
Girodano, Annette 146
Giordano, Carrie 130,262
Girodano, Anthony 130,277
Girodano, Ruth 164
Giroux, Michael 139
Gish, Barbara 164,216
Gish, Steve 124,194
Giunta, John 67,80,114,205,217,
Giusti, Kathy 260
Gladfelder, Randall 130
Glasbrenner, Barbara 80
GLASGOW, MRS. LESLEY 52,57
Glenn, Debbie 164
Glover, Jeff 113
Goett, Charles 146
Golden, Myron 173
Golden, Vickie 130
Goldhammer, Jack 146
Golding, Mike 164
Goleman, John 157
Gomes, Kathy 164,173
Gonzalez, Lourdes 164,173
Goodall, Celeste 130,139
Goodwin, Linda 122,123,130,139,
Gorsek, Stanley 164,173,183
Gorsline, Tamara 164,173
Goska, Walter 126,130,139,182,
Gould, Lisa 130,139
Gowing, Delores 47
Gregg, Nancy 164,173
Grass, Rita 147,157
Graham, Jonathan 126,130,139
GRANT,MISS DOROTHY 57,293
Grant, Elizabeth 164,173
Grant, Gayle 81,113
Grant, Kevin 147,157,242
Grant, Susan 130,139
Green, Mark 81,113
Green, Kathy 164,173
Green, Jon 147,157
Green, Nancy 147,157
Greene, Helen 147,157,212,235,
GREENFIELD, MRS. JANET 47
Greening, Scott 90,164,173,207
Gress, Bruce 173
Gress, Candy 139
Gribble, Shirley 69,81,107,l13,307
Griffin, Elizabeth 164,173
Griffin, Mike 130,139
Griggs, Janice 139
Griggs, Jorjean 113,256
Grimes, Stan 157
Grimes, Steve 81,113,262
Grimm, Linda 157
Groce, Larry 164,173
GROGAN, MR. HOWARD 57
Groh, Dennis 34,37,81,99,113,
Groh, Linda 130,139,235,239
Gross, Ralph 130,139,284
Grubbs, Guy 164,173
Gruncr, Peggy 130,l39,237,239
Guest, Randy 164,173,207
Guldenzopf, Jean 81,130,139
Guldenzopf, Jeffrey 164,173
Guldenzopf, Lawrence 81,113
GULLEY, MRS. CONNEE 57
Gulliford, Nancy 164,173
Gumbert, Richard 81,113
Gumbert, Steven 164,166,173,181,
Gurwell, Barbara 26,81,113
Gustafson, Alonzo 157
Guy, Rick 157
Gwilliam, Vicki 81,113
Hackathorn, Thomas 147
Hafner, Leann 130
Haines, Cynthia 130
HAKKINEN, MISS ELIZABETH 57
Hale, Charlie 164
HALL, MRS. ENID 52,57
I-Iall, Joe 147
Hall, Loma 164
Hall, Steven 208,257,262
Hall, Valerie 139
, Bob 147
, Debby 147
Hammond, Debra 81
Hammonnd, Peggy 81,130
Hampen, Lloyd 237,262
Hampton, Rich 81,113
Hannan, Bryan 187,203
Hansen, Annette 139
Hansen, Karol 130,235,242,261
HANSEN, MR. PAUL 57
HANSON, MRS. HELEN 46
Hanson, Brad 147
Hanson, Pam 164
Harder, Linda 130,229
Harding, JoAnn 130
Harding, John 130,l77,179,205,
Harding, Carol 147
Harding, David 164,166,181,
Harding, Regina 147
Hardy, Carmen 125,130
Hardy, Janet 130,134,139,249,
Hardy, Kevin 164,194
Hardy, Wilbert 147,217,237
Harmon, Kerry 164
Harmon, Rick 139
Harmon, Valerie 147
Harris, Kenneth 173
Harris, Patricia 81,242
Harris, Preston 130
Harris, Terry 130
Harrison, Sue 82
Hartwig, Dave 147,186
Haserouck, Jeanette 147
Hastings, Linda 130
Hasvold, Diane 164
Hatch, Tom 164,168
Haubold, Lori 198
Hauge, Al 41,82
Haugen, Tina 157
Haun, Joni 284
Hausch, Nancy 23,82,ll4,258
Hauskins, Alan 164
Hauth, Jeff 157
Haven, Greg 82,182
Hawkins, Delani 157
Hawkins, Pam 164
Hawkins, Dan 177
Hayes, Joe 130
Hayes, Leslie 164,189,216
Hayes, Patricia 147,216
Hayzlett, Cindy 41,82,289,307
Hayzlett, Tracy 142,147,212
Head, Elaine 83
Heath, Carl 164
Hein, Donald 164
Heissrman, Diana 147,212,217
Heiserman, Susan 164,212
Heisler, Chuck 147
Helmer, Tim 83,222
Helquist, David 83
Helquist, Rock 164
Helfer, Rene 164
Helus, Dan 173
Helus, Paul 82
Helvie, Susan 147,157
Henderson, Cathy 164,198
Henderson, Jeff 130
Hendren, Michele 130
Hendrix, Don 130
Henninger, Shellie 147,188,212,
Henry, Valarie 130
Henry, Vanora 82
Henry, Vivian 139
Herd, Don 173
Hereford, Gary 181,194
Herndon, Larry 164
Herbst, Kevin 173
Herrmann, Lisa 82,114,228,229
Hesgard, Vickie 139
Hess, Sherrie 130
Hester, Darleen 130
Hesse, Donna 113
Heuvel, Linda 147
Heuvel, Sandy 164
Heuvel, Terri 130
Hewitt, Marcia l47,l57,260,269
Hewitt, Sandra 164
HIBBARD, MR. MICHAEL 57
Hickcox, Tina 161
Hicks, Rick 147,203
High, Cynthia 147,212,255
Hilderbrand, Terry 82
Hiles, Kathleen 161,212
, Debra 161
, Julie 147
, Teri 139
, Terry 147
Hiller, Mary 157
HILLEY, MR. JOHN 58
Hinkle, Don 157
I-linkle, Joyce 173
Hinrichs, Delna 130
Hinrichs, Jackie 161
Hodge, Pamela 147,229,262
Hodge, Tina 161
Hodson, Steve 147,234,239,
Hoerman, Karen 130,l 39,261,262
Hoffman, Paul 161
Hogan, Barbara 130,262
Hogan, Tom 82,283
Holbrook, Patty 130
Holcomb, Dianna 161
Holder, Ron 130
Holland, Bernard 147
Holland, Brian 130,208
Hollender, Steve 148,206
Hollingsworth, Robert 125,130
Hollingsworth, Roger 148,191
Hollister, Don 130
Hollway, Rhoda 159
Holmes, Audrey 161
Holmgren, Doug 161
Holstine, Kim 130,250,261
Holstine, Leslie 148
Holstrom, Lonna 113
Holt, Tina 148
Holten, David 148
Hong, Daniel 161
Hong, Mary 141,148,188,2l6,
Hornor, Terri 8,130
Horton, Kathyrne 82,102
Horton, Theresa 148
Housel, Debbie 173
Houston, James 161,189
Howard, Dwayne 161,181
HOWARD, MRS. HELEN 42,58
Howard, Kathy 148
Howard, Mark 203
Howell, Robert 148,149
Howell, RoZanne 82,110,113,
Hudelson, Tonya 139
Hudson, Sharon 157
Huddleston, Les 113
Huddleston, Rod 161,237
Hufline, Sharry 139
Huffman, Dan 139
Hughes, Joy 34,82,114,234,237,
Hughes, Jeff 157
Hughes, Mary 123,130
Hughes, Roberta 157
Huie, Melvin 83,114
Hunbird, Walter 139
Hunt, Bobby 161,181
Hunt, Raymond 161
Huntley, Amanda 259
Hunter, Jerry 139
Huntley, Jerrie 148
Huntley, Linda 148
Hutchens, Michael 15 7
Hylla, Dieter 161,183
Iammatteo, John l48,182,208,
Ice, Joyce 139
Ice, Mary Jane 148,255,259
Idle, Tammy 161
Inahara, Cheryl 83
Inahara, Rob 158,191,206,207
Ingram, Debbie 161
Ingham, Vicky 161
lnkwon, Lee 148
Lrinaga, Ron 157
irish, Randy 131,260
Irish, Robin 157
Isaacson, Daisy 159
Isbell, Bill 157,237,262
Isbell, Joanne 161
Isbell, William 131
Ivey, Debbie 131
Jackson, Anna 131
Jackson, Dan 161
JACKSON, MR. GARY 58
Jackson, Glen 148
Jackson, Stuart 84
Jacobsen, Melane 148
Jacoby, Kenya 83,114
Jaquet, Chris 161
, Jenny 14 8
Jarvis, Janice 84
Randall 15 7
Jelineo, Sue 131
JENKINS, MRS. ELLEN 58
Jensen, Lee 131
Jerone, Anita 157
, Cathy 161
Jove, Kevin 161
Johannsen, Heidemarie 161
Johansen, Keith 131,260
JOHNS, MR. EDWARD 58
Johnson, Betty 161
Johnson, Ben 262
Johnson, Bill 242
Johnson, Dan 131
Johnson, Debbie 238
Johnson, Donna 148
Johnson, Janet 148,260
Johnson, Jennifer 161,225
Johnson, Jet 173
Johnson, Lisa 131,261,268
Johnson, Lisa 157
Johnson, Mary 161
Johnson, Ricky 139
Johnson, Rosemary 161
Johnson, Sandra 173
Johnson, Steve 173
Johnson, Toni 173
Johnson, Thomas 84
Johnson, Vicki 24,161,225
Johnson Vicki 84
Johnston, Jeanette 173
Johnston, Karen 161
Johnstone, Zane 173
Jolley, Dan 161,194
Jolley, Sandi 84
Jones, Andrea 84
Jones, Michele 161,185,216
Jones, Reid 148
Jones, Rosemary 235,237,239,
Jones, Susan 148,237
Jordan, Kim 131
Jordan, Tom 84,262
Jorgensen, Laurie 148,228
Journagan, Joletta 131
Journagan, Ruthie 148
Joy, Thelma 259
Jung, Diana 84,148,185
Jung, Doris 84,114,185,217,
Jung, Richard 84,99,262
Junker, Mark 85,114
Kadolp, Marla 148
Kaeding, Sabra 161
Kahn, Cindy 161
Kaipola, Helena 66,85
Kaipola, Marianne 8,148,149
Kaise, Kim 139
Kanne, Debbie 161
Kappelman, Dayle 85
Kappelman, Deloris 161
Karam, Hanan 173
Karrer, Leslie 173
Karrer, Chris 85
Kasch, Dan 166
Kay, Janet 166
Kays, Robert 85,229,234,239,
KEARNEY, MR. CHARLES 58,
Keaton, Kathy 166
Keenan, Carmen 166
Kehdi, Andrew 157
Kehdy, Steve 85
Keel, Mike 173
Keller, Lori 131
Kelley, Gary 85,277,306
Kelley, Michael l66,18l,l63,
Kelly, Vicki 131
Keltner, Irwin 139
Kemmer, Becky 148,188
Kemrer, Debra 131
Kemrer, Patty 166
Kent, Kevin 131
Kent, Theresa 148
Kenyon, Rick 148
Kepford, Lyla 173
Kern, Brenda 131
Kernan, Karan 148
Kerns, Patricia 166
Kerns, Roger 148
Ketchum, Leslie 148
Keyes, Fred 85
Keyes, Roxanne 131
Kyung, Kim 166
Kibbey, Wesley 139
Kindel, Rick 222
Kindel, Stephanie 166
King, Debbie 148
King, Terry 148
King, Terry 131,262
Kinney, Charmaine 131
Kinney, Kim 166
Kinsey, Mike 166
Kirchem, Gail 20,86,114,
Kirkland, Frank 148
Kirkpatrick, Dan 31,86
Kistler, Donna 166
Klamathe, Barbara 131,135
Klauser, Lilia 131
Klein, Esther 47
Klein, Shellee 149,242,260
KLEP, MRS. ROSEMARY 29,48
Klenke, Debbie 113
Knapp, Georgia 86,235,237,
Knight, Dee 139
Knight, Jeffery 173
Knight, Mick 166,194
Knight, Ray 86
Knight, Steve 149
Knipple, Randy 149,260
KNOTTS, MISS KATI-IRYN 33,58
KNUDSEN, MR. JACK 48,58
Knuth, Pamela 149,212
Knutson, Carol 69,72,86,101,
Knutson, Mavis 132,256
Knutson, Valerie 132,229,
Ko, Elaine 149
Koening, Donna 173
Kokkoris, Zaharoula 132
Koppy, Martin 86,228
Korten, Robert 157
Krahmann, Rosalie 132
Krajeski, Mike 173
Krettler, Larry 87
Kranson, Jeff 166
Krueger, Mark 149
Kruegar, Sue 166
Kruse, Janice 34,87,242,
Kreutz, Randy 166
Kuan, Janice 132,257
Kuan, Yung 166
Kuch, Robyn 132
KUTER, MR. JEFFREY 58,184,
Lackey, Diana 132
I.aFo1lette, Joel 132,149,254
laible, Earl 87,191,217,262
Lam, Andrea 166
Lam, Jeanne 132
Lam, Lit 149
Lamb, Robert 191,192,217
Lamb, Tim 30,138,177
Lambert, Joretta 149,242
Lambert, Lori 149,259
lamberth, Leonard 166,181
Lamothe, Kari 166
Lampkin, Vickie 173
LANCTOT, MR. EDWARD 59
Landaker, Gordon 149
Landau, Mitch 139
Landers, Chuck 132,262
Landers, Mario 113
Lang, Don 163,166
Lang, Pattie 166
Lang, Terri 132,254
Langdon, Robert 149
Iapp, Beverly 87,114,235,242
Lara, Belen 166
Larsen, Karla 149
Larson, Sharon 132,260
Laudahl, Sheree 173
Laur, Bill 166
Laurence, Patty 173
Lauro, Karen 149
LaValla, Jeff 149
Lavorato, Randy 132
Lawrence, Patricia 149
Lawwill, Gary Scott 87
Layman, Nick 239
Leathers, Debbie 35,143,149,217,
LeBarron, Robert 173
Leben, Carl 173
Lee, Denise 166
Lee, Harold 87,114,250,26l
Lee, Indwon 173
Lee, Jeff 166
Lee, Sammy 132
Leer, Bobbi 166
Lehmann, Nick 149
Leisure, Jean 173
Leisure, John 132
Lentz, Cindy 173
Lentz, Debbie 87
Lentz, Helan 166
Leonard, Janice 150
Leonard, Lori 150
Leonetti, Sue 36,150,157
Leonettitam, J. 87
Leong, Marilyn 132
Leopas, Kevin 157
Levorson, Karen 166,212,237
Lewis, Mark A. 150
Lewis, Mark N. 143,150
Liang, Helen 38,67,87
Liang, Mary 132,250,261
Liavaris, Sophia 88
Lima, Dave 132
Lime, Suzanne 166
LINDER, MR. HAROLD 59
Lindholm, Catherine 22,132,186,
Lindquist, Charlotte 166
Lindquist, Leslie 256
Lindquist, William 166,237
LINDLEY, MRS. BONNAE 46
Lindley, Mark 142,150,260
Lipka, Danita 150
Lipka, Linda 166
Littell, Debra 88
Little, John 150
Little, Sharon 88,114,308
Little, Steve 150
Llaneza, Lowell 166
Locke, Beth 5,132,152,185,
Locke, Jan 88,222,293
Locke, Julie 132,125
Logan, Dale 166,259
Lohmeier, Becky 88,2 35,289,
Lohmeier, Chris 150
Lohmeier, Henry 166,181,194
LOKAN, MR. KEITH 59
Long, Denise 173
Long, Dorcy 132
Long, Marti 166
Long, Michele 88
Loo, Sun Foo 173
Lorenzen, David 88,114,261
Lorenzen, Teri 150
Loska, Richard 166,194
Louden, Leslie 132,237
Loughrey, Betty 139
Loughrey, Debbie 150
Louie, Janet 88
Louie, Mary 166
Louie, Nancy 1 22,132,128,133,
Louie, Ray 132
Louie, Shelton 89
Love, Roddi 89
Love, Sherrie 26,144,149,150,
Lovegrove, Mark 89,309
Lovlien, Tom 37,89,117,l38,
Low, Mary 173
Llaneza, Lowell 157
LOWE, MRS. KATHLEEN 59
Lowry, Mark 89
Lucas, Linda 150
Ludlow, Leslie 163
LUHER, MRS. GAYLEN 29,52,59
Lukich, Diane 132
Lukich, Mike 132
Lukich, Peter 8,89,214,277
Lukich, Shaun 141,150
Lunceford, Lonnie 163
Lund, Dennis 163
Lund, Neil 163
Lund, Lorene 132
Lundquist, Gordon 89
Lynum, Kathy 150
Lynton, Leo 163
Lyseng, Roger 89,117
MABRY, MR. RICHARD 52,59,
Mabry, Richard 89
Macomler, Gary 139
MacDonald, Annie 28
Maclntosh, Bruce 113
MacKenzie, Peter 132,260
Maddin, Jeff 150
Maddux, Ginger 132,244,255
Maddux, Larinda 132
Madson, Andy 150,183
Madson, Curtis 39,89,117,2l7,
Magel, Jeff 113
Maghboulch, Farid 89
Mahoney, Daniel 163
Mahoney, Debbie 89,117,280,
Maine, Barbara 163
MAIER, MR. RUBEN 59
Main, Kit 90
Mallett, Clarence 132
MALONEY, MR. JOSEPH 60
Malsey, Trudy 132,244,294,295
Mammen, Alice 26,90,95,113,
Mankins, Rod 132
Manning, Charlotte 163
Manning. Vivian 173
Manolis, Bob 151
Manolis, Susan 90
Maple, Karen 242
MARINI, MISS JOANNE 52,59
Markantonatos, Cynthia 139
Marleuu, Chris 132
Marler, Jody 163
Marrow, Mike 139
Martin, Gary 151
Martin, James 173
Martin, Jeff 163,203
Martin, Marilyn 143,151
Martin, Mike 113
Martin, Teresa 151
Martin, Thomas 163,167,183,194
Martin, Yolande 173
Martinez, Desiree 90
Martinez, Juan 173
Martinez, Kathryn 163
Martinez, Michael 163,181
Martinotti, Margaret 139
Mason, Jerry 133,177
Mason, Melodie 151
Mastrude, Bill 139
Matson, Nancy 150,151
Matthes, Darby 163
Matthies, Rebecca 133
Matthieu, Cathy 133,212
Matthieu, William 133
Matthieu, Wendell 139
Mattson, Robert 90
MAUCHLEY, MR. DEAN 51,278
May, Debbie 163
Mayberry, Rick 262
Martin, Gary 157
Martin, Jeff 173
Meadows, Christy 15 1 ,188,2 34,245
Meadows, Rhonda 24,l63,167,198
Madford, Sheila 173
Medina, Barbara 163
Meinecke, Jeff 133,268
Meiners, Wallace 163
Melcher, Steve 133
Miller, Linda 151
Miller, Patricia 93
Miller, Sandra 93
Miller, Terrie 133,255
Millhollin, Wanda 93
Miner, Lesley 94
Misho, Beth 151
Moffitt, Kevin 151
Monaco, Alberto 163,181,194
Monaco, Denise 42,94
Monaco, Gino 163
Monk, Eugene 151,191
Moon, Barbara 158,163,212
Moore, Alan 163,203,207
MOORE, MRS. EMMA 51,284
Moore, Jean 94
Moore, Jill 94
Moore, Pam 25,163
Moore, Kelly 163
Moore, Walter 163
Moralez, Louisa 163
Morehead, Marilyn 95
Morehouse, Danielle 149,151,
MOREY, MR. KIRK 60,181,283
Morgan, Karen 151,255
MORGAN, MISS MIRIAM 60
Morrell, Karen 163
Morrison, Kathy 163
Morrison, Pamela 163,262
Morrison, Wayne 151
Morton, Loretta 168
Mosbrucker, Karen 113,308
Mosley, Denise 133
Moultrie, Russell 168,194
ie, Trula 95
Moxley, Karil 168
eile, Clark 157
Mullins, Becky 133,139
Mullins, Dan 168
Richard 15 7
Mulvaney, Kathy 151,257,256
o, David 168
Munkers, Jay 168
Munkers, Pam 95
Murphy, Kevin 94
Murphy, Lori 168
Murphy, Rhonda 168
Murphy, Sherril 133,254,260
Murr, lla 168
Murray, Mel 168,259
Murray, Patricia 168
Muto, Yuko 133,216,242,270
Myer, Don 262
MCBRIDE, MRS. CONNIE 60
McKee, Debbie 67,235,239,
McKEE, MR. JAMES 43,60
McKeown, Sally 133
McKinley, Suzie 22,1 33,
McKinnis, Taffy 151
MCKNIGHT, MRS. ROSE 259
McLellarn, Rosemary 117,
McMahon, Colleen 151
McMurry, Lynda 35,15l,242,
McMurry, Rick 151,217
McNartney, Randy 237
McNeely, Scott 163
McNerney, Mike 35,92,237
McShatko, Cindy 158,163
Nacoste, Betty 168
Naylor, Steve 119
NEELEY, MR. JOHN 60
Nelson, Beverly 151,254
Nelson, Cindy 96
Nelson, Cynthia 280
NELSON, MR. DONALD 51,308
Nelson, Gary 133,217
Nelsen, Jeanne 168,237
Nelsen, Laurie 151,234,239
Nemgar, Donna 96
NESBITT, MR. PATRICK 30,60
Ness, Robert 168,181,203
Nesse, Erik 10,133
Neukamm, Marlene 96,117
Newby, Jodeen 142,151,260
Newby, Rochelle 133,249
Newby, Sharilyn 168,212
Newton, Bryan 151
Newton, Edwin 168
Newton, Jeff 133,262
Neyman, Mark 168,183
Ng, Henry 173
Ng, William 260
Ngan, JoAnn l40,l41,151,
Nibley, Mary 133
Nicholas, David 113
Nichols, Ann 259
Nicholson, Becky 157
Nicholson, Larry 96,228,229
Nicholson, Rebecca 151
Nicholson, Roger 133,228
Nickerson, Deborah 133,212
Nickila, Dwayne 134
Nielsen, Bruce 134
Niemeier, Shelly 113
Nies, Jean 134
Nies, Ronald 96
Nigo, Carolyne 169
Niiranen, Paulette 117
Nim, Shwi Yong 151
Noble, Karen 169
Nord, Nancy 152,239,245,260
NORLIN, MRS. ELEANOR 32
Norvell, Debbie 157
Norton, Rick 96
Noyes, Douglas 151
NYLAND, MRS. MARY 60
Nyseth, Randy 139
Odbert, Barry 134,183,260
Odbert, David 169
O'GARA, MR. MICHAEL 60,191
Oliver, Charles 31
Oliver, Neil 134
Oliver, Wayne 38,l5l,155,203
Olman, Georgia l58,169,170,
Olney, Loretta 169,181
Olney, Martha 169
Olsen, Bret 169,207
Olson, Carol 28,152
Olson, Cathryn 134
Olson, Donna 152
Olson, Frank 113
Olson, Leilani 96
Olson, Renee 134
Ong, Sid l83,l91,217,261
Ontiveros, Barbara 169
Ooley, Jerry 169
Ooley, Patti 134
Orme, Brian 169,181
OSBORN, MR. EARL 61
Oster, Laura 134,139
Ostrem, Linda 152,259,260
Osuna, Ken 26,134
Otey, Debbie 134
Ottoson, Ken 35,67,97,l17,
Ottoson, Roger 173
Owen, Kevin 97
Owen, Mike 134,218
Owen, Thomas 152
Paasch, Candy 152,257
Page, Brian 169
Page, Bronwyn 152
Pahl, Fred 169
Pahl, Kurt 134
Pahle, Lisa 134,256
Palandri, Jerry 97
Palin, Alicia 152
PALMER, MR. HAROLD 61
Palmer, Becky 97,222
Palmer, Dale 158,169,203
Palmer, Reed 19l,192,205,227
Palmer, Ron 72,97,1 13,1 l7,249,
Melton, Alan 151,191,205,217
Melton, Dale 92
Melton, Guy 163
Melton, Peggy 149,150,151
Mark 151 191
McBride, Marta 113
McCartney, Cheryl 163
McCartney, Karen 152
McCartney, Randy 34,90,113,
McClanahan, Gary 90
McClane, Judy 151
McClintock, Phyllis 133
McClung, Charles 133
McCommon, Cheryl 133
McCommon, Roger 163,181
McCoy, Mark 292
McCoy, Royce 90
McCracken, Chris 151
McCrary, David 163
McCreary, Debi 90
McDermott, Karen 157
McDermott, Patricia 100
McDonagh, Gary 163,183
McDonou h Steve 90
Michigami, Donna 133,261
Mikulic, Ratko 163
Miles, Linda 113
Miles, Yvonne 173
Miley, Carl 93
Miller, Jackie 173
MILLER, MRS. PSYCHE 48
McFall, Cindy 139
McFarland, Bob 113
McFarland, Bruce 157
McFarland, Cathy 139
McFarland, Dan 133,205
McFarlane, Mary 151
Miller: Jeannette 139
McGann, David 90,229,232,
McGuire, Rebecca 92
McKean, Cora 92,242
McKean, Samuel Hugh 71,92,
McKEE, MRS. ARLA 60
Potter, Richard 237
Pound, Audry 157
Pound, Connie 113
Powell, Cindy 169
Powell, Mike 99
Powers, Karen 139
Powers, Laurie 173
Presky, Judy 149
Presky, Tim 177,217,242
Preston, Dan 157
Preston, Sherrie 157
Price, Laura 99,113,242,244,
Price, Tim 99,262
Priest, Sherry 99
Primmer, Mike 30,152
Probert, Roger 134
Proffitt, Michele 134
PROJ ECTIONISTS 262
PUCKETT, MRS. MIRIAM 61,250
Pullen, Ann 134
Pullen, Barry 167,169,181
Pullen, David 99
Pullen, Joni 169
PULLIAM, MR. CHARLES 61
Puppo, Gina 26,134
Purpura, Jan 152
Putnam, Cheryl 152
Quarum, Merrit 169,215
Quinn, Dorian 105,117,262
Quorp, Cindy 152
Raffaele, Nicky 168,169,203
Rail, Nick 134
Rak, Mark 173
Rak, Matthew 173
Ralphs, Kelly 134
Randall, Darrell 113
Randol, Jackie 152
Raphael, Mike 169
Raphael, Vicky 152
Raphael, Tony 157
RASCHIO, MR, DARIO 61
Rasey, Deborah 169
Rask, Debbie 99,113,229,232,
Rathkey, Mark 152
Raymond, Kimberly 139
Rayner, Laurie 169,237
Reaves, Linda 152
Palmer, Theresa 152,249
Palmer, Tom 169,181,203
Palmer, Wayne 97,280,283
PANCHEAU, MR. GEORGE 235
Pankey, Valarie 157
Paradise, Evelyn 152
Parker, Gloria 169,239
Parker, Jeff 98
PARKS, MR. LEWIS 51
Parks, LeRoy 152
Parrish, Mark 169,181,194,
Parrish, Randy 152
Parsons, Karen 98,117,237,
Parsons, Sherrie 152
Patapoff, Steve 139
Patriarca, Ernest 157
Patterson, Darlene 134
Patterson, Jim 169
Patterson, Vivian 134,242
Patzold, John 169
Pauley, Jan 173
Paulus, Michael 169,207
Paulus, Jeri 144,152
Pavlich, Walt 98,1 l7,177,
Payne, Michelle 134
Pearce, Sally 98
Peloquin, Penney 98,117,187
Pence, Karen 134
Pendleton, Dennis 98
Penkert, Jim 152
Penwell, Ken 134
Peoples, John 169
Perawleau, Teresa 169
Peraza, Olga 169
Perez, Alfredo 173
Peters, Jan 139
Perkins, Lana 169
Peterson, Dan 152,191,260
Redfern, Kathy 169
, Terri 134,262
Reese, Rick 99,113
Reese, Susan 169
Reeves, Krisi 152
Peterson, Tony 169
Petree, Christy 139
Petrone, Rosalie 152,216,257,
Petty, David 139
, Chyrle 169
Peck, Lisa 152
PEDEN, MRS. JUNE 47,254
PEERY, MR. JOHN 61
Peters, Julie 134
Phillips, Debra 169
Pillette, Kim 152,254
Ping, John 169
Ping, Ken 38,71,98
Pinkley, Debbie 152
Pinkston, Susan 134
Pinkston, Tim 169
PIPER, MISS BERYL 59
Pirie, Steven 134
Plucar, Rocky 134,262
Plyler, Teresa 98,244
Porter, Sheila 99
Portschy, Julie 152,242
POST STAFF 252
Regelin, Dennis 95,100,113,
Rehorka, Suzanne 134
Renner, Jan 169,239
Renner, Martin 152,260
Rerick, Karen 152
Resource Center Staff 257
Reusser, Terry 169,207
Revel, Cathy 134
Reynolds, 'l'heresa 100,113
Riaz, Teddy 134
Rice, Hazel 170
Richards, Julie 152
Richardson, Julie 170
Richardson, Karen 144,152,237,
Richardson, Kevin 170,173
Richey, Cheryl 170
Richey, Jean 134
Richmond, Paulette 67,100,117,
RICHTER, MR. CARLTON 61
Rickman, David 152
Rider, Tammy 170
Riehl, Dianne 152
Riehl, Phyllis 134
Riesenman, Joan 152,260
Rigdon, Don 152
Rineun, Jerry 152,206
Ringquist, Marvin 157
Ringquist, Mary 134,157
Ringquist, Michelle 170
Ritter, Wendy 152
Ritthaier, Joy 170
Rizor, Paul 170
Rizor, Lisa 131,134,268
Roach, Kevin 103,113,262
Roach, Mike 157,262
Roudenizer, Sheila 153
Roadruck, Rudy 152
Robbins, Jeff 100,113
Robinson, Bruce 132,134
Robinson, Dianne 152
Robinson, Frank 100,173
Robinson, Gordon 152
Robles, Joe 134
Robson, Chris 134,268
Robson, Robert 157,206
Rocks, David 153
Rodd, Fred 100,113
Roelle, John 153,254
Roelle, Richard 170
Rogers, Steve 134,15 3,183,
Rogers, William 31
Rohrscheib, Debbie 139
Roisom, Donna 135,216,260
Roll, Annette 153,245
Roll, Steve 100,239
Romaris, Dan 170
Roos, Douglas 170,183
Rose, Georgene 124,135,212,217,
Rosling, Rodger 173
Ross, Henry 177,201
Ross, Kurt 153
Rostig, Ditmar 139
Rostig, Kirsten 153
Rountree, Diane 157
Rova, Lori 135,250
Rowley, Dan 170,203
Rowley, Tim 173
Royce, Barbara 153
Roylance, T. Charles 135
Roys, Debbie 170
Rueck, Janice 170
Ruonala, Sue 100,117
Rubin, Barbara 149,185,212
Royner, David 170
RUSSELL, MRS. NANCY 45
Russell, Carla 135
Russell, Kat.hi 170
Russell, Sherrie 153
Rutledge, Cindy 173
Rutledge, Doris 139
Ruthruff, Patty 135
Ryan, Colin 100
Ryan, John 173
Ryan, Terri 158,170
Sabin, Jackie 100
Saheki, Hitomi 135,261
Sample, David 153,206
Sanders, Becky 158,242,245
Sander, Laura 100,117,283
Sanders, Linda 68,101,280
Sanders, Nancy 170
Sanseri, Cindi 153
Santangelo, Jeff 153,177,179,
Santangelo, Kathy 139
Sarver, Bill 113
Satter, John 153
Savory, Paul 135,182,217,
Savory, Philip 165,170,183,
Sautner, Debbie 170
Scarberry, Barbara 101
SCHEELE, MR. LEONARD 38,
Shaffer, Ed 101
Scheese, Dixie 135
Scheile, Randy 135
Schiele, Rob 37,153
Schild, Eric 153,206
Schleinkofer, Preston 170
Schmaltz, Steve 153
Schmidt, Terry 157
Schmidt, Kathleen 170
Schmitz, Dale 135
Schmitz, Timothy 170
Schneider, Diana 158,170
Schmidt, Randy 113
Schneider, Nadine 170
Schoenbeck, Leo 101
Schoenbeck, Sandra 135,250,
Schoeneman, Cynthia 135
Schoenneine, Jean 259
Schomberg, Becky l35,234,
Schomberg, Deborah 15 3,242,
Schomberg, Ruth 15 3,l88,212,
SCHOWWEILER, MR, REINHOLD
Schramm, Debbie 101
Schramm, Jeff 139
, Stacy 135,260
Schrieber, Tim 101
Schroeter, Linda 66,102,1l3,
1 17 ,264
Schuldheiss, Jackie 157
Schucharot, Ron 135
SCHULTZ, MRS. JEANNE 48
Schultz, Stewart 21,153,260,
Schultz, Deborah 153
Schumann, Louise 102
Schutt, Timmy 170
Schwab, Patty 123,125,135,
Schwab, Sandra 170,262
Schwahn, JoAnne 135,260
Schwanke, Cindy 102
Schwanke, Mickey 153
Schwarzkopf, Lila 102
Schwarzkopf, Paula 170,198
Schwarzkopf, Richard 153
Schweiter, Beulah 150,153
Sconce, Lori 153
Scott, Cydny 102,1l7,234,
Scott, Don 135
Scott, Leslee 102
Scott, Lori 170
Scott, Pat 153
Seaburg, Julie 135
Secor, James 157
Seeling, Ting 135
Seifert, Bertelle 135
Seim, Joel 102
Selluck, Rod 48
Senften, Mike 153
Sengten, Steve 168,170,203,
SENN, MISS CORRINE 62
Serrano, Veta 170
Sewell, Jerry 153,237
SEWRIGHT, MRS. RUBY 62
Shafer, Julie 170
Shaffer, Matthew 102
Sharkey, John 135
Sharp, Kim 135,225
Shaver, Cindy 170
Shaver, Pamala 103,242
Shaver, Vickie 135,212
Shaver, Vicky 153
SHEFLER, MR. JOHN 62
Shepard, Debbie 135
Shields, William 135
Shipley, Hazel 154
Shipman, Kim 158,170,172
Shirley, Shelley 135,195,
Schonkwiler, Terri 154
Shrake, Larry 189
Shrope, Rebecca 154,229,
Shroeter, Linda 265
Shuler, Donna 173
Sicheey, Rita 154
Sickler, Tad 103,177,208,217
Sievers, Carol 103,234,237,
Siler, Kathy 157
Simms, George 154
Simovic, Doug 170
Simpson, Todd 113
Sinclair, Robin 135
Sines, Bret 170,194
Siple, John 32,103
Siple, Jolene 135,260,261
Siverson, James 135,278
Skalbeck, Susan 139
Skidmore, Darlene 103
Skinnar, Mariesa 135
SKLENICKA, MR. JOSEPH 39,62
Sloam, Mark 154
Smetana, Hada 139
Smith, Bryce 154
Smith, Curt 170
Smith, Daniel 40,103,113,
Smith, David 139
Smith, Debbie 173
Smith, Glenn 170
Smith, Kelley 170
Smith, Larry 157
Smith, Nancy 154
Smith, Paul 103,217
Smith, Rod 173
Smith, Sally 103
Smith, Susan 157
Smith, Susan M. 135
Smith, Tracy 154
Smith, Wendy 104
Snider, Annette 104,95,242,
Snyder, Cathy 157
Sndder, Lennia 135
Solari, John 113,104
Solari, Becky 171
Solheim, Cheryl 171
Songer, Laura 135
Sorensen, Melody 135,229
Sorensen, Pamela 135,261
Spada, Nancy 171
Sparkman, Tara 104,117
Sparks, Dea 173
Spencer, Stephanie 171
Springsted, Wayne 171
Sprague, Phil 139
Sprando, Mark 135
Spraurer, Bob 113
Springsted, Wayne 173
St. Helen, Barbara 135,242,244
St. Helen, John 171,189
Squire, Ron 154
Stafford, Melodie 66,104,113,
Staino, Nick 104
Stalker, Diane 11,97,105,117,
Stang, Charlie 154,262
Stark, Brad 15 7
Stark, Brenda 105
Starkey, Rita 136,212,254
Stark, Valerie 105
Steele, Doug 171
Steele, Mike 136
Steele, Evonne 105,113,117,
Stegman, Terry 157
Stoltz, Kathy 171
Stenson, Fred 105
Stephens, Claudia 157
Steward, Margret 149
Stevens, Martha 106
Steffan, Daryl 105
Stephens, Claudia 154,242
Stewart, Connie 141,154,212,
Stewart, Margrett 150,154
Stickney, Bryan 136
Stinnette, Judy 154
Stinnette, Pam 136
Stith, Dave 171
Stith, Jill 26,106,234,239,
Stockdale, Kirk 106
Stockdale, Sue 154
STOFFEL, MRS. LENORE 62
Stockman, James 171
Stokes, Doug 136,268
Stokes, Kathy 173
Stokes, Pam 106
Stoltz, Jeff 136
Stoltz, Keith 171
Stone, William 171
Stone, Kimberly 171
Stone, Sheryl 153
Stone, Steven 113,187,235,
Stonecypher, Ruth 106
Stopper, Judy 106
Stoutenburg, Joni 106
Strait, Richard 108,1 54,228,
Strang, David 113
Straub, Jim 113
Stretch, Gail 171,277
Stretch, Gregg 124,136,184,
Struble, Linda 106
Stuck, Diane 136,255
Stuck, Larry 154
Stuck, Mamie 259
Stuva, Sue 154
Sudborough, Rita 41,107
Sudbrough, Steven 171
Sudan, Eleanor 25 9
Sudlow, Tami 171
Sudlou, Tom 139
Sullivan, Doug 136,177,217
Sullivan, Debbie 139
Sumner, James 171
Super, Gail 136,217
Swagerty, Myron 154
SWANN, MISS LARHETTE 62
Sweeney, Leta 122,136
Sweet, Jim 7,122,123,136,
Sweitzer, Ron 157
Swensen, Stephanie 136
Sykes, Robert 259
Sylvia, Debbie 173
TAKAS, MISS HELEN 52,63
Tallman, Debbie 24,171
Tallman, Doug 5,123,128,136,
Tano, Shari 107,256
Tapfer, James 154,206
Tapfer, Mike 26,136,177,217
Tate, Mark 139
Tautfest, Teresa 173
Taylor, Robert 8,107,277
Taylor, Robert 139
Taylor, Julia 171
Taylor, Dave 107
Taylor, William 136,205
Templeton, Dorinda 155
Templeton, Greg 107
TenClay, Nyla 107
TERADA, MR. YOSHINOBU 50
Teresi, David 155
Thario, Karen 136,255
Thario, Linda 24,171
Theyman, Kathy 173
Thiemann, Kathy 171
THOMAS, MISS ELIZABETH 63
THOMAS, MR. TOM 63,194,207
Thomas, Jeffery 113
Thomas, Joanne 23,125,136,
Thomas, Kevin 171
Thomas, Mark 136,217
Thomas, Pam 136,256,260
Thomas, Rick 207
Thomas, Rick 155,171,203
Thomas, W. Keith 157
Thompson, Cindy 173
Thompson, Doug 171
Thompson, George 107,113,232,
Thompson, Ivey 171
Thompson, Jackie 107
Thompson, Tim 171
Thornton, Mollyanne 26
Thorpe, Cathy 149,155
Thorpe, Richard 105
Throop, Mark 108
Tidswell, John 155,184
Tilton, Shannon 143,155,260
Tindall, Vickie 155
Tolan, Terry 108,250
Tolonen, Stanley 108
Torkelson, Lorena 136
Tooze, Terrie 136
Tooze, Vickie 155
Totzen, Laura 155,235
Townsend, Bill 139
Townsend, Patsy 171
Tracy, Patrick 108,208
Trask, Teresa 108
Treibel, Patricia 108,117,306
Trevitts, Susan 171
Tribble, Lynn 155
Tribble, Ron 113
Trif, Sandra 171
Trimm, Jennifer 136,258
Trimm, Jon 108
Trinci, Carol 171,262
Troutman, Thomas 171
Tubens, Charlene 113
Tubens, Charlie 139
Tucciaronen, Tony 171
Tucker, Audie 173
Tucker, Jon 157
Tucker, Keidn 155
Turley, Sara 108,117
Turner, Barbara 171
Turnguist, Kristi l08,117,244,
Tweten, Karen 108,117,195,
ULLAND, MISS KRISTA 22,63
Ullman, Bill 155,l91,205,217
UNFRED, MR. JOHN 63,271
Unverrich, Dennis 113
Urbach, John 171,203
Urbach, Susan 108,278,293
Vakili, Shahab 30,155,201
Vakili, Sherry 261
Vanderpool, Craig 171,183
Vanderpool, Graig 203
Vanderpool, Janette 67,108
Vanderpool, Larry 136,177,205
Valdes, Rolanda 157
Vanduzer, Lori 157
Van Holleor, Debby 157
VanMe1tebeke, Shawna 155
VanOrtwick, Guy 171
Vansteenwyk, Gary 171,183,203
Vantassell, Larry 157
VanWart, Nancy 129,136,261
Vassari Nancy 140,141,155,
Vaurosky, LenNae 108
Veenhuizen, Steven 136,238,239
VerMeer, Sharon 136
Vielmetti, Dave 173
Vielmetti, Dave 155,173
View, Connie 155
Vigil, Chris 139
Vigna, Dennis 67,109
Vinciguerra, Vernon 136,284
Viter, Vance 136,177
Vollmer, Brad 172
Vollmer, Brett 109
VonHollen, Debby 150,155
Voreis, Monetta 136
Voreis, Spring 155
Waddy, Maria 136
Waddy, Vernita 136
Wainer, Sharon 155
WAITE, MR. GARY 63
Waits, Pam 109
Wakeman, Jay 109,201,247
Wakeman, Joel 155,203
Waldo, Charlotte 136,242
Walker, Chuck 136,262
Walker, Debra 136
Wallace, Clifford 157
Wallace, John 11,109,217,
Walls, David 136
Walters, Carol 155
Walters, David 31,136
Ward, Ellen 113
Ward, Valerie 157
Warmuth, Roberta 136
Warner, Sharon 172
Warnack, Susan 141,155,284
Warren, James 172
Waterhouse, Carol 155,242
Waterhouse, Rod l1,109,177,
WAX, MR. PHILIP 63
Woodalh, Vern 173,181
Woodall, Taffy 112
Woodard, Joseph 137,18l,217,
Woodward, Joe 167,168,177
Wooden, Ron 173
Woody, Cydreese l56,197,2l2,260
Woody, Vicky 156
Wrege, Roberta 156
Wright, Bryan 173
Wright, Howard 173
Wright, Jerry 112,177,191
Wright, Mike 20,137
Wrightson, Linda 173
Wrigglesworth, Dennis 112,156
Wrought, Danny 173
Wrought, Denice 156,258
Watkins, Mike 157
Wattenburg, Kurtis 136,1 77,
Wayman, Kathleen 173
Wayman, Cindy 173
Wayman, Leo 136
Weaver, Mary 157
Webb, Lee 155
Webb, Mitchell 137
Weber, Mark 137,177
Weber, Steve 155,206
Weber, Terri 110,242
Weber, Vickie 110,256
Webster, Joe 110
Webster, Veronica 155,242,255
WEED, MRS. HELEN 50
Weeks, Debbie 172,262
Weeks, Glenn 1 13
Wehring, Dani 139
Wehring, Rich 173
Weidner, Kim 173
Weigel, Brett 25,172,207
Weirich, Mike 110,117,250,262
Weiss, Marla 172
Weissenbuehler, Dwayne 137,177,
Welch, Jody 157
Welch, Leann 110
Wellington, Joni 137
Wells, Laura 155
Wells, Steven 110
Wells, Steve 155
Wells, Terry 137,191,205
Wentz, David 172
West, Jim 172
West, Lori 172
Westfall, Sheryl 172
Westom, Robert 172,203
WESTCOTT, DR. ARTHUR L. 44
Westcott, Bonita 173
Westcott, Elaine 135,137
Westcott, Wayne 137,177
Westfall, George 137
Westfall, Sheryl 172
Westom, Robert 172,181,203
Westwood, Gayle 157
Westwood, Tracy 110
Wethern, John 110
Whedon, Mike 172
Wheeler, Peggy 172
Wheeler, Richard 155
Wheeler, Vicki 111,117
Wethington, Teresa 172
Whedon, Mike 172
Whedon, Peggy 137
Wheeler, Peggy 172
Wheeler, Richard 155
Wheeler, Vicki 111,117
Whelchel, Becky 137
, Monica 15 5
Mike 17 3
Whitman, Nancy 137
Whittaker, Dick 139
Whitten, Mark 157
Whittlesey, Barbara 144,l55,
Mckham, Jeff l11
Vlhedenmann, Art 111
Wiederhold, Kathy 139
Wilkerson, Cindy 157
Wilks, Sandra 155,228,249
Wilks, Tobbi 137,257
Willard, Debbi 172
Willcutt, Genny 173
Willett, Donna l23,137,l86,
Mllett, Maryann 172
Williams, Bob 157
Williams, Cheryl 155,197,212
Williams, Doug 155
Williams, James 155
Williams, Kevin 137,250,310
Williams, Lucy 157
Williams, Rick 113
Willimont, Debbie 150,156
Willingham, Kathy 137
Willis, Charlene 172
Willis, Stephanie 137
Willman, Linda 137,212,217
Wills, Roberta 172
Wills, Robert 173
Wilson, Cathy 156
Wilson, Geri 111,1 17,2l2,217,
Wilson, Jon 235
Wilson, Marilyn 111,195,217
Wilson, Sue 111
Wilson, Tom 111
Winchester, Stephen 111
Winegarden, Ron 111
Win enbach Gloria 109,1l1,113,
Winner, Donna 156
Winslow, Dennis 172
Wutjes, Beckie 137,244,260
Mrtjes, Mary 172
Wisdom, Steve 156
llhscman, Barbara 24,172
Wiseman, Mary 111
Wittkop, James 111
Woehlert, Bret 172
Wold, Donald 137
Wold, Ron 137,177,217,208
Wold, Terry 111
WOLF, MR. FRANK 63,177,212
Wolf, Dan 189
Wolf, Vincent 144,262
WOLLECK, MRS. IDA 47
Wolleck, Jim 172
Wong, Delissa 137,260
Wong, Jeffrey lll
Wong, Michael 112,113,117,
Wurst, Lillian 112
Wymer, Kevin 173
Wymer, Mike 137
Wynkoop, Dale 102,156,173,237
Wynkoop, Linda 24
Wynn, Cheryl 173
Yambra, Terry 156,262
Yanase, Kazuhiko l17,112,
Yattaw, Dawne 173
Yeager, Jeff 173
Yim, Chwi 157
York, Linda 112,255
Young, Colleen 157
Young, Dan 112
Young, Gregory 137
Young, Leslie 156
Young, Pat 259
Young, Sandra 173
Young, Shelli 193
Yowell, Paula 112
Zeller, Dave 173
Zeller, Mike 138,184
Zeller, Jim 137
Zimmerman, Diane 138
Zimmerman, Mark 156
Zimmerman, Sue 24,158,173
Zimmerman, Tim 124,126,l38,
Zink, Tom 112,233,242,254
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