Franklin Regional High School - Quill Yearbook (Murrysville, PA)
- Class of 1968
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Foreword ........................................ 4
Faculty ........... ......... 1 8
Classes ....... ......... 3 6
Sports ............ ........ 9 6
Organizations ........ ........... 1 30
Advertisements ..... ............ 1 65
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Running to catch the bus' . . . hurrying to class
. . . snatching a few minutes of study at lunch
. . . decorating for a dance . . . going out for a
sport . . . All this is a part of our school life. Stu-
dents on the move, working hard and having fun.
We seek out new ideas that stimulate our imagi-
nations. We have good times with friends that
we will never forget. We work hard, studying for
the test tomorrow as well as planning for the
years to come. We are truly going places.
The 1968 Quill is Dedicated to Mt. Burt.
For the past three years, Mr. David Burt has spent many hours working with members of the
Class of '68, not only in the classroom but in planning many of the class's activities. Mr. Burt's
calm manner, rational thinking and wry humor have earned him the respect and admiration of all.
Through his realistic approach to his subject, students learn to think and reasong not to accumulate
facts and "turn the crank." The Senior Class is happy to dedicate the 1968 QUILL to him as a teach-
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The relaxed and familiar pose of Mr. Burr.
Mr. Burt demonstrates one of his toys
Mr, Burt snows AP class
Seniors move out in front with the "Victory Cry
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"This is not a climax, but a beginning . . .
Getting ready to begin.
Going for a touchdown
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Going around "obstacles,"
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taking advantage of homeroom period
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And than after this, I'm gonna make . . .
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"Ia, la, la . . . tough lyrics!"
"And if it doesn'r fit me
"If Mr. Ambrose would please lead us in our Benediccion
"WeU, it looks like me but it docsn'r smell
"A couple of lonely little onions in a Petunia pmrch
"Hey, :he team just left."
usr wait 'ril March 43'
This one will m-vcr pass Mr. WMS,"
"I wonder what they'll do to me on Easter
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of whom you asked the way. I pointed
ahead - ahead of myselfas well as of you.
MR. JOHN SWACUS, Aniytant
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The members ofthe School Board arc: Row I - Mr. Duff, Mr. Donaldson, Dr. Holliday, Dr. Kilgore. Row? - Mr. Clendenin, Dr. Townsend, Mr. Cuy-
wood, Mr. Hall, Mr. King, Mr. Wfalgstzlffl.
DR. JOHN HOLLIDAY, Superinlendeni of School!
Franklin Has New Principal
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MR. PETER CALIENDO, Princzpal.
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MRS. DOROTHY FERGUSON, Secretmy
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Franklin's administration began the
year with a new principal at its head.
Other new members were Mr. Kintigh
who later retired and Mr. Pluto who
took his place. These people work long
hours during the year to keep Franklin's
machinery running smoothly.
MRS. CAROL LANYON, Secretary.
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MRS. RUTH THON, Guidance Coumelor MR- RICHARD PI-UTO, Guidanfe
MR. QUENTIN KINTIGH, Guidanre Coumelor
Mr. Patrick Ambrose
Mr. David Burt
Mrs. Bella Bcrnfcld
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Mr. John Chamberlin
Mr. Larry Bowers Mr. Philip Burlbaugh
. . Homeroom Duties and Forms to Collect . .
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Mr. Robert Cieslik Mrs. Jane Clendenin
Social Studies English
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Mr. Louis Cowan Mr. Leroy Derar
Physical Education Science
. Listening to Excuses for Forgotten Excuses . .
Mr. Girard Fritz Miss Elsie Galbreath
Mr. Ed Eyles Mrs. Evelyn Ference
Physical Edzzmtion Mbxir
. . Getting an Idea Across! . .
Mrs. Ann Gaspere Mr. Donald Green
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Mrs. Leona Hanks Mr. Thomas Hassall
Bzuifzeff Education Art
. Correcting a Good Set of Test Papers . .
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Mr. Wendell Klingensmith Mrs. Florence Leslie
Mr. john Hill Mr. Hugh Jacobs
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. . A Large Studyhall . .
Mrs. Marian Lovcclay Mr. james Lozicr
Mzztlaematicy Sofia! Stzzdiex
Miss Sandra Lutz Miss Karen Mayer
. Lunchroom Duty . .
Mr. Nick Orlic Mr. Alton Plischke
Mr. David McCormick Mr. john Ondcr
English Social Studies
. . Relaxing in the Faculty Room . .
Mrs. Barbara Porcmski Miss Lillian Ross
Businefs Education Home Economiff
Mr. Mitchell Sasala Miss Diana Schlesinger
. . A Responsive Class . .
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Mrs. Lois Sellers Mr. james Sleigh
Bufineys Education Occupational Education
. . Bus Duty in Snowy Weather . .
Mrs. Linda Thornton Mr. Carl Vollberg
English Industrial Art:
Mr. William Waskoskie Mrs. Lillis Weber
Science Physical Education
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Miss Karhleen Yorhers Mr. joseph Zaccari
Physical Educaiion Bzuineu Educafion
Bus Drivers Serve Student Body
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During the year, Franklin's bus drivers per-
form a hundred small kindnesses for the students
- waiting while they run to the stop . . . letting
them cheer at the tops of their voices on the way
to a game . . . retrieving forgotten purses and
notebooks . . . One of these drivers who has
been a particularly good friend to students is our
activity bus driver, Mr. Tranquil DeZanet.
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The Franklin Bus Drivers are - Row I - Redacovich, Cline Brinder, Sherman, "Tranko", Stokum. Row 2 - Woods, Kemerer, Watt, Grugurich, Guinn,
Thomas, Kunklc. Cole, Brown.
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Inquiring, tireless, seeking what is yet unfound . . .
Seniors, Do You Remember? ,A
. . The confusion of our first day ' e
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. . the fun we had on the Gettysburg
trip . . .
. . sophomore testing . . .
. . selling tons and tons of Christmas
candy . . .
. . songs like "Yesterday" by the Beatles
and "Lover's Concerto" by the Toys . . .
Sophomores viewed memorials at Gettysburg '
. . our Valentine Dance with Chuck Brinkman
and his "Mystery Groupn . . .
. . battling through Mr. BoWer's geometry
or Mr. Waskoskie's biology . . . '
. . wearing granny dresses to the Sadie
Hawkins Dance . . .
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This tower was an stop-over on the Gettysburg trip.
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Seniors, Do You Remember?
Seniors, Do You Remember?
. . . being able to torment the sopho-
mores . . .
. . . going to football games . . .
. . . decorating for the Halloween dance -
the coffin and the hangman's tree . . .
, . . winning stuffed animals in the magazine
sales . . .
. . , chemistry labs and World Cultures'
maps . . .
. . . girls in long gowns at the Christmas
dance, "Toyland" . . .
. . . getting our class rings . .
. . . working on committees for "Rally
Round the Flag, Boysv . . .
. . . the snow day we had just before the jun-
ior Play . . .
. . A. playing "Spin the Bottle" at the after-play
party . . .
-, . . songs like "Happy Together" and
, "Snoopy vs. the Red Baron"
"Penny Lane" and "Cherish', . .
. . . making flowers and hanging crepe paper
for the "Garden of the Gods"
. . . having our senior pictures taken . . .
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The junior Class presents a scene from "Rally 'Round the Fhg Boys
Do you remember?
. reading schedule cards like pros . . .
. the school spirit invasion . . .
. the torchlight parade and bonfire pep rally
. girls in kilts and pant dresses . . .
. Rita reigning over Homecoming . .
. when the circus came to Franklin . . .
. the PSATACTSATNMSQTAP syn-
drome . . .
. decorating for "The Night Before Christ-
mas" . . .
finding that college letter in the mailbox
going to basketball games and wrestling
matches . . .
being measured for caps and gowns . . .
meeting term paper deadlines . .
fisherman knits . . .
the May Day celebrations . . .
taking the stairs at the Washington Mon-
ument . . .
songs like "To Sir With Love" by Lulu,
"Hello, Goodby" by the Beatles, "The Let-
ter" by the Boxtops . . .
peeking in the windows to see thejuniors
decorating for the Prom . . .
singing the Alma Mater for the last time
Officers during the senior year were Ken Ainsworth, Pres., Pam Ridinger,
V. Pres., and jackie Shaffer, Sec. Treas.
Newly inducted Honor Society students light their candles.
"If you ask me, it's a dead give away to be so suspicious. It denotes a misspent
The sponsors of our class
this year are: Front rowg Mrs.
Hnnls, Mrs. Thornton, Miss
Lutz, Miss Mayer.
Bark muy Mr. Fritz, Mr.
Orlic, Mr. Plischke, Mr.
Peter Canby Alrich
Barbara joyce Ankcncy
George Alan Baker
Rita Mac Baker
Ronald jay Barrowcliff
Matilda Marie Battaglia
Kathleen Marie Baughman
Virlinda Anne Baughman
joseph Frank Bebar
Terrence Edward Bebar
Patricia jo Beers
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BEST VOCALISTS - LAUREL VANCE, SCOTT THOMPSON
Maurice Wayne Bcichlcy
Richard Dale Bellich
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Kathy Lynn Blorzer
Marie Elaine Bolkovac
Marjorie Lynn Bonati
Berry Marlene Borrz
Raymond Francis Bradcly
Kris Roberta Braun
"More than the greatest
plays . . ."
Patsy Lee Brcnum
Diane Mary C t
james R ll Cl
janet Carhcrinc Climcr
SEE THE 1968
MOST ATHLTTIL CATHY MEI, jOE TRABUCCO
Patricia Elaine Cline
Linda Lee Close
Irene Kathrine Crusnn
Charles H. Curtis
Alice jean Cordncr
Daniel Curtis Comali
FLY TO HOLLYWOOD
BEST LOOKING - BOB SPANGLER, RITA BAKER
Everyday should start with a good
Lawrence Gregory Danko
Lorraine Gay Danko
john O. Darrow
Laura DcCecco Q-Q,
Louis H. DeCccco
Toni Louise DeFalco
VISIT WASHINGTON -
SEE GOVERNMENT IN ACTION
CLASS LEADERS - JOHN PTASZKIEWICZ, RITA BAKER
Audrey Anne Degentesh
Christine Mary DeMario
Frances Nina Theresa Duca
Richard Dennis Dunmire
Raymond Lloyd Dursrine
Vicki Lynn Earll
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Curtis Bites the Dust
David Henry Ebcrts
Linda Sue Eckcls
Dale A. Emcrick
Susan Ellen English
Deborah Ann Farabaugh
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Lorraine Michelle Fnulk
Christine Ann Flasher
Michael George Fleming
Juliana Barbara Flinn
Sharon Louise Ford
Stephan Lawrence Frost
Nancy jo Funk
Mary Joanne Gebrosky
Lynn Katherine Gilg
jcnnie Bortz Girrings
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BEST ARTISTS - NANCY WOODWARD, CHRIS WEILAND
William Leonard Glunt
jane Beal Gray
Michael Stephan Graybrook
john Vlfaync Gressman
james Barber Grosserr
Robe t McGowan
Ianct Louise Hauser
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THE ROCK OF GILBRALTER
MOST DEPENDABLE - PAM RIDINGER, KEN AINSWORTH
Kick 'er in the knee
Charles H. Hcmplc
Cecelia Diane Hannigan
Elizabeth Susan Henry
Dale Earl Hill
David Elvin Hilry
james Grey Hodson
The "Garden of the Gods" is created.
jane: Rose Hollis
Mary Ann Horcnsky
Dennis james Hullenbaugh
james R. Hykcs
james Baszon jenkins
Walter Xvilliam -Ienko
W ll Nevin Johnston
B b A K k
J h Michael Katana
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WHILE IN LONDON
SHOP CARNABY STREET
BEST DRESSED - DENISE ROBERTS, DANN CORNALI
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NEW YORK CITY
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED -
SHARON LOVEDAY ROBERT HAMM
Sharon Louise Loveday
Paul Alexander Lowes
john David Maddock
Thomas Wilson Marshall
Physics students demonstrate that horizontal motion is independent of vertical motion,
Carl Michael Marrahus
Deborah Ann Martinelli
Mary jane Marts
Robert Harold McCullough
George Warren McGurk
Sheryl Ann McKeown
Mary Heather McMunn
Catherine Ann Mei
Douglas Lawrence Miller
Mark Archer Miller
Gail Elaine Mills
SEE SAN FRANCISCO
FRIENDLIEST - NANCY PHILLIPS, FRANK KUHN
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WHILE IN NEWYORK CITY VISIT
THE FABULOUS DISCOTHEQUES
BEST DANCERS - SHARON FORD. DAVE MARKOVINA
Cheryl Christine M
Ruth Ellen Mull
Nancy jean Myers
Marie Judith Nem
Alan john Charles O
Brenda Bernice Orgovan
Mac Edward Overly
Norma jane Padgett
Virginia Marie Paesano
George William Painter
Roland M. Parkins
"Take time for what?" "To chaperone
you, of course."
Wayne james Paulisick
Victoria Lynn Pnvliak
VISIT FGRT LAUDERDALE
LAND OF SUNSHINE
CLASS FLIRTS - JANE GRAY, JOE TRABUCCO
Roberts Lynn Parrott
Nancy Lynne Phillips
Gregory joseph Phoebe
james Gordon Picrmla
Barbara jean Porczak
George William Power
Philip Paul Promozic
john Mark Ptaszkiewia
Kathy jean Raymond
Janice Lee Rcbich
Franklin Andrew Reed
BEST MUSICIANS: Mary jo Gcbrosky and Steve Frost
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Visit San Quentin . . .
Some of Your Best
Friends May Be There
See the Sights of
MOST MISCHIEVOUS: Connie Chcrrone,
Bob Spangler. '
Christine Paula Rcgrut
Linda Lee Reich
Pamela Kay Riclinger
Thomas Lewis Ries
Georjann Alexia Robinson
Stephan Charles Roderick
Andy Wilson Rubright
Ralph Harry Reubel
Robin Lee Scorgie
Mary jane Seiler
Let's give a cheer
for dear old
Franklin High . .
Gold ball outside
jacquclinc Lucille Shaffer
Susan Alma Sharpe
Lynda K. Shcrlcr
Nancy Louise Shipley
Charles Ralph Shumar
Charlene Kay Silvis
Emily Rose Silvis
Timothy Neil Silvis
Susan Eleanor Sisco
Bonita Louise Slavnik
David Francis Somyak
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VIA DELMONT AIRLINES
BEST ALL AROUND - NANCY SHIPLEY, BILL JOHNSTON
Deborah J. Spagnol
:Tv Robert Spangler
john Baylis Spruance
Suzann Alice Steele
" john Farrell Steven
A Daniel Wayne Srokum
Diane M Suhy
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MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT .- MARY MCMUNN, CHRIS WEILAND
Wiliam H Th ton
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BEST SENSE of HUMOR - MARY MCMUNN, BOB TRENT
Judith Ann Trusilo
Patricia Ann Trabucco
Robert Eugene Trent
jcnme Van Dyke
Laurel Ellen Vance
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Melvin Glenn Watt
Robert M. Watt
Elaine Marie Webb
Hedwig C, M. Weber
Christopher Lynn Weiland
james E. Weldon
Terri Lee White
Donald Craig Williams
Lynncttc Louise Williams
Gerald Edward Wfilson
Dennis XVi1liam Xlifilson
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SEE THE BRIGHT
BEST ACTORS - JANE GREY, PETER ALRICH
Kathleen Ann Wood
Nancy Belle Wfoodworrh
Srephfm Francis Yanko
Herberr Victor Yingling
Richard Allan Wright
"l've a wonderful surprise for you
jancl M. Yingling
William Kitting Young
jo Anne Zimmerman
unior Class Presents Tom jones
Leading the junior Class were Vince Manetti as Vice President, Margie
Stetson as Secretary, and Ken Weeks as President.
Early in the school year thejuniot class was or-
ganized, with the following people as officers:
Steve Weeks, Pres., Vincent Manetti as Vice
Pres., and Margie Stetson as Sec. Treas. Under the
direction of Mr. Plischke, the junior Class pre-
sented a play version of Tom jones, which has
been called one of the great realistic novels in the
English language. The story is about Tom's ad-
ventures, and the theme, his subjection of emo-
tion to judgement.
With the help of Mr. Lozier, the junior class
had the prom in May. The theme was an under-
water one, and the prom was a wonderful success.
The sponsors of the junior Class were Mrs. Leslie, Mr. Lozier, Mrs. Lovedny. Mrglacobs, Mr. Detar, Mr. Onder, Mr.
McCormick, and Mr. Hill.
In the fall of their junior year, Franklin students receive their
industrious junior students spend their free time working in the library.
Bob Luke records Bill Blundon's poetry reading in Oral Communications
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Cindy Kennedy attcmprs ro chuck a thirty yardlpasls.
"Playing Rover is Fun'
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"As soon as the inlayers get out of the way we can scart the show."
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After the final count of the Sophomore class bal-
lots, it was found that Cliff Kosmotine was elected
class president, Patti Daly Vice President, and Dar-
lene Kohosek Secretary-Treasurer.
February 10, the Sophomore Class sponsored a Val-
entine's Dance, "Cupid's Carnival," an enjoyable and
successful affair. In the spring, they sold candy to raise
money for their class.
Sophomores block the traffic.
"Do you have a can of hair spray?
Sponsoring the Sophomore class were: Front Raw: Mr. Starr, Mrs. Sellers, Mrs. Poremski, Mr. Zac-
Y Cari. Bark Row: Mr. Klingcnsmirh, Mr. Chamberlain, Mr. Bowers, Mr. Burllmugh, Mr. Sasala.
The officers of the Sophomore class were: Darlene Kohosic, Sect. Treas., Parry
Daly, Vice President and Cliff Kosmatine, President.
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"Necessary early morning nourishment for mind and body!"
Miss Desidcrio helps students with their biology projects.
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Only one more get-up rhis week.
Mary Anne Pitzer
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And we run because we like it
Through the broad bright land.
Charles Hamilton Sorley
Football Season Highlighted b First Four Games
The Franklin Football Team got off to a good
start winning their first four games. Then the
team suffered a severe setback at the hands of
Richland High. They ended the season losing the
last five games. The team was coached by Mr.
Eyles, Mr. Cowan, Mr. McCormick, and Mr.
Onder. Spectators were thrilled with the punting
of Charles Curtis, the running of jim Grossett
and Joe Trabucco, and the pass receiving of Mike
Last play ofthe game . . . trailing 12-7 . . . out of
. huddle . . . they line up. . . the snap . . . back goes
' the quarterback . . . here's the pass . . . a dive . . .
Franklin's Four hardworking coaches were Qkneelingj Mr. Cowan, Mr. Eyles,
fstandingj Mr. Onder, and Mr. McCormick.
The members of the Panther football squad were Cherepko,-I. Trabucco,j. Grossett,-I. Ptaszkiewicz, A. Oravec, B. Trent, S. Weeks, R. Tower, F.
Reedg qRow 2jj.'Karnna,j. Pisone, D. Tatko, C. Sotak, G, Bartlett, G. Grindle, C. Curtis, M. LloycI,j. Grindle, P. Dortenzog QRow 35 Mr, Cowan, C.
Price, B. Ott, V. Pisone, R. Restauri, R. Kloba, B. Poole, M. Gainer,j. Hopper, G. Shevchek, Mr. McCormick, QRow 43 Mr. Eyles, C. Shrock, M. Stra-
hota, D. Proche,,I. Homce,j, Kuhns. C. Kosmatine, S. Hamm, R. Coldren, R. McTigue, Mr. Onderg fRow SJ S. Sharpe, W. Milligln, S. Srmyenj.
Moore, M. Hall,J. Deegan, D. Earhart, P. Shrock, A. Yonitch,j. Britraing QRow 63 K. Wagner, D. Miller, M. Dukovitch, H. Shaffenj. Spru:ince,j.
Cordner, B, Power, H. Robbe, K. Smalley, D. Kuhn.
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Guard Rick Tower Fullback joe Trabucco Tackle Bob Tren:
Frank1in's busy managers were Jim Cordner
jay Spruzmce, and Henry Shaffer.
Fathers and players cross the Held on Dad's Day.
Coach Eylcs and quarterback plan strategy
Franklin tacklers bring down Turtle Creek runner.
Michelle LeCuyer, the Homecoming Queen of
1966, crowns Rita Baker as Homecoming Queen,
Cathy Mei was a member of the Homecoming Court.
Nancy Phillips smiles at the crowd.
Rita Baker Is Crowned Homecoming Queen
Pretty girls in decorated cars . . . shading
your eyes from the bright October sun . . . to
watch the kick-off . . . suspense as the in-
troduction ofthe queen comes . . . Rita smil-
ing as she is crowned . . . Losing to Turtle
Creek, the only sad part of the day.
October 21 ,set the date for the Home-
coming celebration this year. A large crowd
was present to watch the Panthers and the
colorful halftime show which was highlight-
ed by the disclosure of the queen, Rita
Baker, who was crowned by Michelle Le-
Cuyer, the 1966 queen. The five cars which
carried the girls in the court were decorated
by the three classes, the Student Council and
the Tri-Hi-Y. judging of the car decorating
took place during the program and the Tri-
Hi-Y girls were presented with a trophy for
taking first place.
Patty Iztttanzio smiles as she is intro-
duced to the crowd.
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Pantherettes Help Entertain Football Crowds
A unique part of Franklin's
Marching Band is its lively
Pantherettes. This year's girls,
captained by Pat Lattanzio and
co-captained by Nancy Funk,
helped to entertain the crowd
at our football games. They
also marched in the Thanksgiv-
ing and May Day parades, par-
ticipated in a game of crab soc-
cer on a Franklin Fun Night,
and performed in our May Day
festivities. The Pantherettes are
well-known for their delicious
candied apples which they sold
at football and basketball
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P. Lartanzio, N. Phillips, J. Gray, L. Williams, N. Funk, R. Baker, B. Painter, P. Neilson were the enter-
taining Pantherettes for 1967-68.
R. Merich, S. Shuc, M. Wuslich, B. DeMarchi substituted for the Panrherettes.
Trying to get all of your Pom-poms into your locker . . . lcmrning new routines . . . making candied
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apples . . . learning to balance on one leg . . . getting your jacket!
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Maiorettes participate in Pep Rally.
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The Majorette Squad Buys
Lighted Batons . .
The 1967-68 Majorette Squad was led by captain Leslee
Townsend and co-captain Jennie Van Dyke. The girls
spent a week at Majorette Camp during the summer to
learn new marching techniques and routines. With the
money they earned at a bake sale, the squad bought light-
ed batons. The new batons were used at the community
bonfire, night football games, and a school pep rally. The
girls completed the season marching in the Thanksgiving
Twirling lighted barons in the dark . . . hours of prac-
tice . . . making up routines . . . trying to smile when
your teeth are chattering.
Lynn Williams and Cindy Shaffer substituted
for the Majorettes.
The Majorettes for the 1967-68 season were: M. Cooper, Van Dyke, C. Watson, I.. Townsend, C. Floyd, C. Orris, C. Spangler.
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Myla Cooper Cathy Floyd Cheryl Spangler
Cindi Orris Lcslec Townsend Carol Watson
So who camc to see thc football game?
The cheerleaders entertain during a school Pep-Rally.
i Practicing every night after
.. . school . .. "Unite to
Fight" . . . freezing at night
football games . . . "Sock it to
'em, Panthers". . .losing your
voice . . . VICTORY!
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Cheerleaders Go All Out to Boost School Spirit.
The Varsity Cheerleaders, under Captain Mary
McMunn and Co-Captain Cindy Kennedy did much
to awaken. Franklin's sleeping school spirit. Spon-
sored by Miss Yothers, they could be found cheering
at Pep Rallies, including the first Community Pep
Rally and Torch-Lite Parade. Besides cheering at foot-
ball games and basketball games, the cheerleaders par-
ticipated in the Forbes Trail Holiday Tournament at
Gateway and Westmoreland County Cheerleading
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M. Seigal, D. Geiger, C. Mei,-I. Hauser, M. McMunn, K. Piper, M. Nemanic, L. Knepper, C. Cindy Kennedy
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Marilyn Shecklcr played rhc part of the Franklin mascot.
j.V. Cheerleaders Sell Programs
Under captain Chris Tellin and co-captain
Mary Ann Pitzer, thejunior Varsity Cheerleaders
were sponsored by Miss Yothers. They could be
found cheering at all the home j.V. football
games and selling programs at the Varsity games.
The j.V.'s also participated in the Torch-Lite Pa-
rade and first Community Pep Rally, besides
cheering at the j.V. basketball games.
Blue and Gold! Fight! Fight!
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unior Varsitv cheerleaders were Row I - A. Richards. Row 2 - B. Reme, L. Moreland, M. Pitzer, P. Zachari, D.
johnson, DI. Dyskievich. Row 3 - C. Tellin, A. Coma.
Color Guards Buy Jackets
Marching downfield . . . turning at the fifty . . .
marking time . . . parade rest . . . smiling at the
Because they lead the Franklin Marching Band,
the girls on the Color Guard try to make a good
first impression. These girls under the direction of
Mrs. Thornton sold peanuts at all home games in
order to raise funds for their jackets. This year, Ka-
thie Baughman and Mary Ann Horensky served as
Captain and Co-captain.
Nancy Grden, Denise Roberts substituted for the Color
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The members of the Franklin Color
Guard were: Trusilo, M. Horensky,
M Zatazclo K Bau hman L Na oda
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and P. Kelly.
The members of the Varsity Basketball Team were: Row! - D. Byers, H. Weiland, K. Chadwick, M. Kolmer
Row 2 - 1. Trabucco, D. Ankeney, D. Tatko, P. Kruschinski. Row 3 - Mr. Onder, coach, B. Johnston, S
Weeks, R. Pilz, R. Wlessel, Manager.
Basketball Team Has a Rough Season
Pshaw! Wait 'til you see me."
Everybody do the Freddy.
As a senior, Bill Johnston was a valuable man on the team.
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Mr. Cieslik presents joe Tnibucco, at senior on the team, with the "Most
Valuable Player" award.
A tied score and 30 .teronds to go . . . a hu! that hr
them . . . blue time out . . . tension mounts in the
standt . . . blue ba!! oulfide . . . zz long pau . . . 2
poinls . . . victory!
The basketball team had another dismal sea-
son finishing with an 8-14 record. Composed
mainly of underclassmen, the squad could not
cope with the more experienced schools. In sec-
tion XIII Franklin finished fourth in a six team
section. With the added experience, Coaches
john Onder and Nick Orlic are looking forward
to next year.
It looks as if Dave has broken his glasses again.
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Varsity Cheerleaders did their best to show the team the school's support.
ump ball! jump hill! get it! get it!
Look boys, herc:'s what we need.
Members of thejunior Varsity squad were Row I - K. Blaugher, Mgr..I. Bush,j. Knotra,j. Wood, M. Kolmer. Row2 - K. Chadwick, P. Krushinski,
R. Zaitezalo, j. Hopper, S. Wmls, Mr. Orlic.
FRHS score -IV Opponent score
48 Mars 49
46 Jeanette 43
31 Derry Area 61
46 St. Vincent 44
31 Scott 48
60 Apollo 36
54 Tarentum 37
43 Trafford 40
45 Ligonier 32
57 Sewickley Area 30
51 Mt. Pleasant 58
41 Turtle Creek 34
59 Penn joint 36
47 Verona 56
Sewickley Area 13
50 Southmoreland 42
39 Turtle Creek 43
54 Penn joint 57
jump high, Squeelsl
WMCK High Hoopers versus the Faculty All-Stars
Us crabs have it rough!
The Wrestlmg Team Fmlshes Second Year
The members of the Wrestling Team
were: Row I - R. Perry, C. Shrock, P.
Shrock, E. Pfeiffer, T. Marshall, B.
VC2lCll,J. Grindle, Grosset. Row 2 - S.
Sharpe, Riclinger, G. Emerick, M.
Watt, C. Sotak,j. Pisone, F. Reed, S. Po-
valitis, B. Hykes. Rau' 5 - L. McTigue,
Mgr., M. Dukovitch, M. Foust,-I. Watt,
A. Yonitch, P. Scala, B. Pietmla, M.
Whirson, T. Caywood, j. Byrne, j.
The Clptam 'md Co captain of the Wrestling Team were jim
Jim Grossct Tom Marshall
Bob Veach Mel Watt
The Wrestling Team showed
great improvement in its second
year of competition, and finished
with a 4-9 record. Under the direc-
tion of Coach Hugh Jacobs and
Coach Wendell Klingensmith, the
boys worked hard learning their es-
capes and holds. Franklin rooters
were especially proud of Ed Pfieffer
and Chuch Shrock for reaching the
finals in the Westmoreland County
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Team Completes a Good Year
Though theirs is not a glamour sport,
the rifle team is among the most suc-
cessful that Franklin sponsors. They
maintained their usual high standards
this year under the supervision of Mr.
Waskoskie and Mr. Burlbaugh.
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The members ofthe rifle team were: Row I - D. Fish, C. Martahus, D. Hilty, D. Kelly, B. Painter. Row2 - F. Salk, D. Gebros G Shevchick
R. Hill, Dorrenzo, L. DeCecco. Row 3 - B. Bechler, W. Poslusny, j. Graham, W. Ayers, J. Carrera, B. Fleischman.
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Tennis Team Wins 8
Game point . . . the tension mounts . . . a smashing
sewe . . . a lucky return . . . a rush to the net . . . a game
Although the tennis team did not enjoy great suc-
cess, the winner in each match was still in doubt until
the final point. Under the direction of Mr. Stolten-
berg, the team worked very hard and showed a great
desire to win.
Rob Hamm demonstrates ggod Dick Wright prepares to clobber a
form for a serve. fofehand-
The members of the 1967 Tennis Team were Qkneelingy C. Sotak, M. Seigel, R. Tower, B.john-
ston, M. Lloyd, S. Frost, Qstandingj Coach Stoltenberg, R. Hamm, S. Semans,j. Connelly. B. An-
derson, B. Lake, D. Wright, Mgr. C. Ferraro.
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In position for a backhand john Connelly
awaits the ball.
1967 TENNIS RESULTS
4 Norwin 2
1 Burrell 4
4 Greensburg 1
2 Burrell 3
4 Oakmont 1
6 Harbrack 0
2 Fox Chapel 3
2 Springdale 3
3 Churchill 2
5 Oakmont 0
2 Fox Chapel 3
1 Springdale 4
4 Churchill 1
Bill Johnston hits a forehand down the line.
Scott Semans slices a forehand.
Mike Lloyd smashes a serve past his opponent
Bob Veach Lines up a putt. john Chernega was a sophomore
member of the Golf Team,
The Golf Team consists of Qstanding left to righty A. Corfang, P. Sailley,j. Bush, C. Martahus, 8:
M. LcCuyerg fkneelingj T. Mastoravich, R. Restauri, B. Veach, R. Howells, 8: L. Frazier.
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Mr. Hill is the Sponsor of Franklin's Golf
15 Vi Gerry '12
14Vz -Jeannette IW
6 V2 Hempfield 9 'A
7 W Blairsville 8 V2
9 Penn joint 7
13 West. Mem. 3
5 Gateway 3 'fi
7 V2 Swissvale 1 1
13 Penn jt. 3
Golf Team Underclassmen Show Promise
This year the golf Team was supervised by
Mr. Hill. A perennial success in past years,
the team met tougher competition this year.
But because of the promising underclassmen
the team should return to winning form
Head down . . . fore! . . . need a six iron . . .
hit the green. . .line up the putt. . . sink it
. . . birdie!
The members ofthe Girls' GolfTeam were Rout' 1 - S. Lympany, L. Nagoda, C. lake P Wilson R Mower Row 2 Mrs Love
day, coach, S. Loveday, -I. Shaffer, N. Shipley, N. Prina.
Girls' Golf Play Women Faculty
The Girls' Golf Team began practicing in Sep-
tember for its second season, under the leadership
of Mrs. Loveday. The first few weeks of practice
were spent on the driving range beside the
school. The team's driving ability and putting
skills improved as the girls played on Murrysville
Golf Course. As in the previous year, the four top
members had a match against the women's facul-
ty. Although the team was stiff competition for
the teachers, they were not able to win.
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Baseball Finishes 5-5
The baseball team did not fare as well
this year as in the past. The year was
used in gaining valuable experience for
the many underclassmen. The highlight
of the season was a no hitter by Dave
Nagle. With the added experience,
Coaches Ambrose and Chamberlin are
expecting a winner next season.
fast ball . . . Crack! . . . off the fence . . .
rounding first base . . . strong throw . . .
slide . . . safe!
Coaches Ambrose and Chamberlin watch the team
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Chuck Hempel waits for a fly ball.
joe Trabucco fields a slow roller
Dann Comali throws a curve.
The baseball team members were fbottom rowj R, Ramaley, G. BartIett,j. Homce, M. Dukovich, D. Cardonihl. Hill. C. Price, T. Bebar,j. Homcc
qsecond rowj Mgr, D.jackson, D. Nagle,j. Perry, C. Hempel, Coach Ambroseuj. Tmbucco,j. Ptaszkiewicz, D. Cornali, B. McCullough, Mgr W
Gougenhnuer, fthird rowj Coach Chamberlin, C. Krejdowsky, D. Penrod.
Hey, over here!
Bob McCullough waits for a
Tucker digs a low pitch out of the dirt.
1967 BASEBALL RESULTS
5 Greensburg 1
O Burrell 9
Z Hempfleld 5
4 Westinghouse Mem. 9
3 Trafford 2
4 Gateway 6
6 Turtle Creek 2
2 E. Pittsburgh 1
2 Westinglzouse Mem. 0
7 Trafford 4
1 Gateway 5
2 Plum 5
2 Turtle Creek 5
SECTION 5 5
EXHIBITION 1 10
jim Perry bats up.
Terry Bebar watches for a fly-ball
Seniors Represent Franklin at State Meets
Playing many teams in a higher section, the team showed a
fighting spirit, but not winning form. The coaching of Sasala and
Hummel produced many individual stars. Among them were Gary
Hurst and Ken Weeks, who went to the state class "B" track meet.
jim Grossett runs the low hurdles.
Last Qng qhgye 15 3 foftgn ggg! Frank pushes K0 ll'nPl'0VC IimC.
The track team members were Qbottom rowj S. Weeks,j. Boyce, B. Livengood, P. Scala,j. Bymc, B. Marshall, fsecond rowj K. Weeks,j. Lynch, B
Young, D. Allshouse, C. Curtis, Qthird rowj Gtossett, H. Weiland, B. Roberts,j. McGague,j. Cherepko, F. Skena, ffourth rowj R. Bullock, A
Reeves, P. Bruning, R. Ankency, G. Hutst,j. Clendenin,j. Winters, Mgts., T. Durbin, C. Staub, and R, Grindle, Coaches Sasala and Hummel
Franklin presses toward the finish.
john Cherepko prepares to hurl
Buff Young Flies over the high hurdles.
1967 TRACK RESULTS
48 V2 N. Kens. 87 V2
54 Norwin 91
45 Hampton 100
95 V1 Apollo 42 Vi
81 Plum 55
7 2 Ligonier 64
89 Saltsburg 58
66 Mt. Pleas. 74
8: Jeannette 23
30 Mars 106
Charlie Curtis trains diligently.
Tensely waiting for the starting gun . . . Go! . . .
rounding the bend on the inside . . . gaining on the
man ahead . . . passing him by . . . a burst of speed for
the finish . . . a pat on the back from the other guys.
Good company on a journey makes the way seem shorter
jean Cordner was the Editor in Chief of the '68 QUILL
Getting the "ladder" all finirhea' andfnding
youbehrgotten the yearbook page. . .Jquzlfloing
the Pep Club picture into a 3x5 pace . . . keep-
ing orders rtrazgbt . . . trying to identwf the
tbira' girl in the recom! row . . . proqf reading
. . . mailing final Jhgpment. . . unpacking the
The Quill Staff Works Hard
to Meet Deadlines
The staff of the 1968 QUILL worked through
the school year and during the preceding summer
preparing the yearbook for publication. The staff
met several times with a representative of the Tay-
lor Publishing Co. to make decisions concerning
cover designs and the print and paper to be used.
After learning layout and photography techniques
they took countless photographs and proofread
countless paragraphs before the final shipment was
on its way in late February.
The sponsor, as in past years, was Mr. Waskoskie,
The copy ofthe QUILL was edited by Susie Sharpe and written by her staff: lr! Row - Sandy Spewock,
Pam Ridinger, Karin Gorerzky, Sheryl Mclieown, Pete Alrich. Bark - Bill Blundon,-john Connelly.
Typing the QUILL were: D. Spagnol, B. Visnick. P
Tmbucco, C. Regrut, M.Bonari.
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Doing all necessary art work and advising on layout were: Chris Wei- Taking charge ofthe ads and orders was the business staff: Bob Hamm,
land, Melissa Seigal and Rita Baker, Ed. Kurt Blaugher, and Ken Ainsworth, Ed.
The members of the Photography Staff were: Debbie Farabnugh, jackie Shaffer, Bob Skena, and
Ken Ainsworth, Ed.
The "Panther" Covers Franklinis News Scene
The PANTHER staff began work this year under the direction of a
new sponsor, Mr. Chamberlin. Staff reporters covered Franklin's news
scene as well as contributing many pieces of creative writing. Circula-
tion of the newspaper, published monthly, reached an all time high of
Interviewing fbrastofy. . . prodreading. . . writinga bead . . .fitting a 3
inch .ttmjy into a 2 incl? gmce . . . counting papers into ,rtarki 0f 30.
Editor-in-chief Susie Sharpe leafs through the news-
paper's new filing cabinet.
Panther editors were: Barbara Leslie, artg Ellen
Klotzbaugh, featureg john Connelly, sportsg and
jackie Shaffer, news. Missing from the picture is
Elaine Cline, layout editor.
Members ofthe News Staff were: Row! - E. Cline, B. Leslie, N. Grdcn, A. Degenteshhj. Robinson. Row2 - S. Spewock, P. Vlilson, L. Ol-
iver, M. Quinn, B. Sexton, C. Goughenout.
Row! - L. Lana, S. Hamm,j. Connelly,
editor, L Riley, j. Gray. Row 2 - F.
Kuhn,-I. Dorentzo, S. Sharpe, W. Blun-
Fcarurc SraFf - Row 1 - D. Sulli-
van, I.. Gigl, Zimmerman, P.
King, E. Klotzbaugh, cdirorg C
Darrow, S. Syzmanowski, D. Di
Mario, E. Webb, l.. Eckcls. Row 2
- S. Scmans, B. Skena, R. Hamm,
C. Lake, E. Luther, K. Goretsky,
B. Mower, M. Hood, P. Shuttc,
Art Staff - Row I - S. Srcvcn, B. Leslie,
editor, M. Dippold, B. Barrowclifi R.
Baker, C. Wdland.
Typing Staff - J. Trusilo, D.
Spagnol, Hollis, D. Suhy,
V. Earll, editor, P. Littanzio,
National Honor Society Sponsors 'QBack-to-School" Dance
The members ofthe NHS were: Row 1 - R. Baker, C. Watson, H. Weber, D. Farabaugh, S. Spewock, C. Alder, Miss Lutz,j. Sptuance, R.
Tower. Row2 - V. Paesano, P. Ridinger, G. Galet, L. Susi, S. Loveday, L. Knepper, M. Stetson, M. Lloyd. Rau-'3 - E. Pellisser, P. Shetland,
B. Leslie, P. Alrich,j. Cordner, S. Sharpe,.I. Shaffer, K. Ainsworth. Row 4 -J. Cherepko, T. Lang, R. Wright,j. Connelly, B. Skena, R. Di-
etrich, K. Chadwick, S. Xlifeeks, R. Hamm, R. Parkins.
The National Honor Society is an organi-
zation set up to honor those students who
have accomplished outstanding achievement
in the areas of scholarship, leadership, char-
acter, and service. This year, Miss Lutz was
sponsor of NHS with Bob Hamm as Presi-
dent, Ken Ainsworth as Vice President, and
Nancy Funk as Secretary-Treasurer. Their
projects this year included a back-to-school
dance, their traditional, fund-raising Spa-
ghetti Dinner, and the purchase of an activi-
ties matquis for the front of the school. ln
December, 26 new members were inducted
into the society in an impressive ceremony.
Setting table after table - jerk and napkin on
lejif, groan . . . smiling at the little boy who
doesn't like ,yiaglaetti . . . washing mountains of
dirty dishes . . . finalbf getting to take ojfyour
New members were inducted in December.
The National Honor Society officers this year were: Robert Hamm, Presi
dentg Nancy Funk, Secretaryg and Ken Ainsworth, Vice President.
The Varsity Club Sponsors All-Star Basketball Game
The Varsity Club members were: Row! - j. Trabucco, B. Johnston, D. Cornali, B. Young, C. Curtis,j. Ptask
iewicz, Grossett, Mr. Oncler. Rau' 2 - Pisone, S. Weeks, P. Scala.j. Byrne, B. Roberts, Cherepko, M.
Lloyd, R. Tower, C. Price. Rout' 3 - Spruance, M. Watt, E. Pfieffer, B. Trent, A. Oravec, R. Wessel, D. Hilty
B. Vmch, F. Reed, C. Shrock.
Giving a bigbpilcb mlar talk jbr a mwzter. .
ing your new varsity jackei.
. getlilzgpine needles all ozferyou . . . wear-
Selling sweaters and
Christmas trees were the
main activities of the Var-
sity Club this year. The
proceeds were used to buy
jackets for the members
who had lettered twice in
one sport. The group also
sponsored a Faculty All-
Star-WMCK High Hoo-
pers basketball game.
j. Trabucco. Pres.g B. johnston, V. Pres., and Ptaszkiewicz, Treas. were the officers of the Varsity Club this year.
Leading the Pe Club were: Chris Weiland, Sponsorg Margie Stetson, Vice President: Steve Rod-
erick, Presidentg Marilyn Hooper, Sec.-Treasurerg Frank Kuhn, Sponsor.
Pep Club Promotes School Spirit
A new club, the Pep Club, was formed this year at Franklin. It was open
to anyone interested in developing and promoting school spirit. Under the
enthusiastic sponsorship of Chris Weiland and Frank Kuhn this spirit was
carried on throughout football, basketball, and all our sport endeavors.
Steve Roderick, Margie Stetson and Marilyn Hopper inspired many to pro-
mote and maintain a newly estalibhed respect for our school.
The Outdoor Pep Rally.
Painting rzgnr for the halls . . . ritting together
at every game . . . wearing blue and gold . . .
cheering until y0u're laaarre.
Club members paint "pep signs."
The members of the Pep Club.
Student Council Sponsors Activities for Student Body
The 1967-68 Student Coun-
cil sponsored many new proj-
ects and activities for the stu-
dent body. President Chris
Weiland and Vice President
Frank Kuhn initiated the orga-
nization of a Pep Club which
greatly boosted school spirit.
For Homecoming, they spon-
sored a decoration contest for
the cars in the parade. Before
Christmas, Student Council
held another decoration con-
test. Each homeroom trimmed
its door in the spirit ofthe holi-
day season. Through out the
year, Chris and Frank contin-
ued annual Student Council
projects such as fun nights, and
student buses to football and
Attending meetings in the libraty
. . .ybonroring dancer. . .telling
candy at basketball games . . .
bum to jbotball gamer.
The officers of the Student Council were: B. Spangler - Parl., M. Stetson - Sec., R.
Baker - Treas., C. Weiland - Pres., F- Kuhn ' VP-
Thc Student Council sponsored a door decorating contest at Christmas. -
Student Council members were: Row 1 - B. Spangler, F. Kuhn,j. Keibler, C. Weiland, H. Weber, B.
Leslie, C. McKeown, R. Baker. Row 2 - R. Witter, D. Kohosik, K. Brown, C. Spangler, W. Ott, S.
Sharpe, O'lear, M. Frye, Bruning, D. Qmpbell, C, Watson, S. Remic.
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Tri-Hi-Y officers were Row I - Margie Stetson, Vice Presidentg Nancy Funk, Presia
dent, Mrs. Loveday, Sponsorg Rou'2 - Pat Lattanzio, Chaplain,-jackie Shaffer, Secre'
tary and Linda Knepper, Treasurer.
The East Suburban YMCA is responsible for the development
of the Tri-Hi-Y at our school. The purpose of the club is to pro-
mote community service with Christian ideals. World Service,
the U.N. Conference in Harrisburg, a slumber party, the Teachers,
Dance, chi1dren's movies, a canoe trip and spelunking trips were
some of the activities of the club throughout the year.
The trophy-winning car decorated by the Tri-Hi-Y for
The girls in the Tri-Hi-Y participated in many activities during the year.
Launrhing your eanoe from the dock . . . learn-
ing the trick of getting in without tipping . . .
losing a paddle in the rapids . . . waving to the
people on the bridger . . . sitting on the river i
bank eating peanut butter Jandwichef . . . wad-
ing in icy water to beach your canoe.
Tri-Hi-Y girls enjoy their Deer Valley weekend.
The Tri-Hi-Y canoe trip.
The Hi-Y, newly formed this year was begun under the direction of Bill Roberts, Youth Co-
ordinator for the Exist Suburban YMCA. The members were: Row 1 - XV. Turner. D, Tylnsky, P
Sherlnnd, R. Hess, B. Like, M. Wimer, P. Scala, Ron' 2 - S. Sharpe. D. NWithrow,j. Kudkny, B
Donhoffner, E. Brity, P. Sherlnnd, D. Letlmm. B. Tylasky.
French Club Re-Established
Franklin's French Club was re-established this year, and numer-
ous students took advantage of this opportunity to improve their
speech and understanding of the French language. Miss Lutz, the
sponsor, and club officers provided slides of a caroling group and
other activities which gave students a chance to gain some insight
into the French culture. During the course of the year, the club
worked to raise money for the French Dinner which was given at
the end ofthe school term.
The officers of the French Club were Karin Goretzky, secretary, Cindy Lake, president,
Bill Blundon, V. Presidentg and Rich Dietrich, treasurer. Also shown is Steve
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French Club members were: Row 1 - D.
King, Fouley, E. Klotzbaugh, G.
Galet. Row 2 - L, Oliver, M. Quinn, D.
Woodworth, S. Erby, N. Grden. Row 3
- S. Szymanowski, R. Robinson, R.
Mower, G. Forsburg, P. McTigue, C.
Alder, M. Pitzer, L. Susi, K. Goretzski.
Row 4 - C. Lake, L. Heller, M. Hill, M.
Strake, M. Gillis, W. Campbell, G.
Capps, C. Pack, Standing - R. Dietrich,
B. Skena, j. Carlson, H. Shaffer, B
Reese, S. Hamm, L. Betis, R. Shuster,-I
Klotzbnugh, D, Biber, H. Dietrich, P
Murray, K, Blaugher, C, Spangler, D
Sleigh, W. Blundon, Miss Lutz, M
Nemanic, L, Wlillinxms, C. Xlifarson, ,I
Hauser, S. Spewock.
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Members of the club make punch for the Christmas party.
Learning the language. . . Mardi Gras al Franklin . . . olr
serving French rurlomr . . . understanding the people . . .
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Spanish Club Promotes Better Understanding of Culture
Ahora nuestro encuentro va a comenzar. . .
with this opening begins a typical club
meeting of the Spanish. Although it
would ideally be conducted totally in
Spanish, there are times when the use of
an English word is indispensable.
Sponsored by Mrs. Bernfeld, the pur-
pose of the club is to promote a better un-
derstanding of Spanish culture. One spe-
cial project was the presentation of a
paper written by Spanish Club students,
about Don Quixote, by Miguel de Cer-
vantes. During january, the members
sold pins to raise funds for a dinner at the
end of the year for the club members and
Officers of the newly formed Spanish club were: Treas. F. Bush, P. Krushinlti, Pres.g S.
Rixner, Sect.g D. Tatko, V. Pres.
Students enjoy the Spanish refreshments.
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Charlie Brown poses as a pifiata.
Spanish Club members were: F. Bush
D. Tatko, P. Krushinski, Anderson
W. Gebrosky, P. Shetland, R. Hoffman
B. Morclli, Raw 2 - C. jackson, S.
Fentres, D. Burlcs, L. Amsler, B. Morris
B. Kramer, M. Seigal, S. Steven, B. Mar-
shall, K. Skow. Row 3 - P. Beers, R
Baker, D. Kohosic, P. Daly, Mrs. Bern-
feld, P. Goodworth, K. Calisto, M. Bal-
est, C. Hooper, S. Rixner, L. Nagoda, S
Grossett, G. Skena. Row 4 - G. Phoebe,
D. Tylasky, T. Caywood, R. Hill, Cox
T. Hurst, L. Riley, G. Negich, D. Finley
W. Doleman,j. Dortenzo, B. Lawrence
D. Gebrowski, K. Wagner, D. Meess.
Frm . . . al fancy turn . . . picking yozmef out M the
The Ski Club Is Formed
One of the new clubs at Franklin, the Ski Club was
sponsored by Mr. Eyles. Ski buffs heard various speak-
ers and practiced on the hill behind the school several
times during the season. In future years they would
like to form a ski team to compete against other
Looking over the slope from the top . . . making the firm
mmf andjieling good inside . . . bayway down in good
mow and brushing :ff . . . finishing with an impressive
.flop and going to trjy it onre more.
The officers of the Ski Club were: Pres.. Margie Stetson
Sec. Tre-as., Linda Knepperg and V. Pres., Myla Cooper.
The members ofthe Ski Club were: Rau-'I - XV. Gebroskygj. Brittain, P. Alrich,j. Hykes, K. Baugh-
man, F. Kuhn, S. Thompson, Earll, S. McKeown. Rouf? - S. Sharpe, L. Vance, C. Darrow, C.
Thomas, S. Rixner, D. DiM:irio, D. Sleigh, S. Yurak, B. Kraemer, C. Hooper, K. Goretzky, S. English
Row3 - R. Tower, H. Weber, B. Leslie, M. Stetson, M. Cooper, S. Lympany, L. Nngoda, M. Gebroski
B. Powell, D. Longwell, D. Geiger. P. hmkes. R0u'4 - Dortenzo. L. Intta, P. XX'ilson, L. Knepper,
M, Frye, G. Shevchekul. Aldridge, R. Fergusonuj. Chernegn, Robinson. Rau' 5 - S. Hamm, P.
Hoener, V. Swanson, H. Slmffet,-J. O'LClf,,I. Trusilo, D. LeCuyer, S. Roderick. R. Wzxde. S. Wurtz, L.
XVillinms, L. Gilg. Row 6 - B. Lawrence, M. Dippold, B. Milligin, R. Wfulker. T. Capwoodj B. Hoo-
ver, D. Cu nninghnm. Rou' 7 - G. Maituck, Mujones. B. Gogenhour, C. D,1ughtery.j. Byrne. D. Witlm-
row, P, Shetland, XV. jenko. D. Mt-ess, Sullivan '2ou'8 - E. Roberts. M. Stmhota. D. Versxck, R.
Pelerose, C. Schrock, T. Frisinger. jones. D. Campbell. G. Geiger, S. Grosset.
Camera Club Members Learn Photography Techniques
Mr. Bowers, sponsor of the Camera Club,
exposed the club's members to all phases of
photography. Pictures taken by the club
were used in school publications this year.
The members ofthe club were: Row 1 - S. Frost, B. Ge-
brosky, S. English, M. Reinsal, P. Schutte,-I. Keibler. Row
2 - L. Danko, D. Cunningham, M. Wfimer, R. Hoffman,
B. Siford,j. Mclnnes, R. Keenan, B. Morelli, and sponsor,
Fire Marshalls Provide for Safe Evacuations
The Fire Marshalls, under the supervision
of Mr. Vollberg, helped provide for safe and
speedy evacuation during fire drills. Aided
by this club, our fire drills went smoothly
The Fire Marshalls, were from left to right: B. Glunt,
Clements, L. Pierce, and sponsor, Mr. Vollberg.
Stage Crew Contributes to Successful Productions
The members of the Stage Crew were re-
sponsible for setting up scenery and taking
care of equipment used for assemblies. The
Stage Crew played a part in making our
year's productions the successes that they
The members of the stage crew were: F. Sauk, M. Kemer-
er,j. Byrne, Mr. Vollberg. sponsor. Row 2 - Kontra, B.
Glunt, J. jenkins.
Did you ever wonder who produced the stage sound effects and worked the lights during performances? They were: M. Lloyd, R. Hamm, F Pzlmier
E, Pellissier, R. Tower, Hykes, and Bryne.
Technical Staff Works Hard to Make Performances Successful
Endless laou rs of rehearsal ana' extra time. . . do it again,
do it again . . . will it ever be rigbt?. . . again .
pewction. . . rurtain time ana' nervous actors. . .listen-
ing to the peryirrners applauded backstage . . . rut the
lights and its all over.
With Rick Tower as chief technician and unoffi-
cial President, this year's technical staff did an excel-
lent job of providing lighting and sound effects for
both school and community functions, and, in gener-
al, kept the stage from collapsing on participants.
The hardworking technical staff takes a break
A scene from the 1967 Children's play, "Wizard of Oz," directed by
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Thespians Sponsor Children's Plays
This year's Thespians initiated many students into the
society, all of whom were involved with school produc-
tions, either as actors or as committee members. In order
to become a Thespian, students must participate in two
plays and acquire ten Thespian points, a requirement met
by about thirty students during the year. Thespians also
sponsored and acted in several one act plays and kept up
the school's reputation and interest in good dramatics.
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Thespian officers were Rick Tower, president, Barb Leslie, secretary,
and Pete Alrieh, vice president.
Thespian members were: Row 1 - J. Cordner,
S. Sharpe, S. Loveday, Shaffer, Gray,
Hauser, K. Raymond, E. Cline, S. Henry, 1.
Trusilo, P. Ridinger. Row 2 - R. Tower, M.
er, R. Hamm,
Seeing your name on a cart list . . .
learning your liner . . . late practices
. . . eating Sambfr laamburgerr . . .
drerr relvearral . . . a jqnal curtain
Lloyd, R. Parkins,-I. Hykes, P. Alrich, M. Sell-
PNA Provides Gpportunity for Girls to Gain Experience
The Future Nurses Club provides an opportunity for
girls who are interested in the nursing profession to employ
their talents and to gain more experience and under-
standing of this field. The club was sponsored by Mrs. Gas-
per. The girls worked as aids to the school nurse and organ-
ized a field trip to Citizens General School of Nursing
where they were given a complete tour.
Learning to test right and hearing . . . touring nurring rclooolr
. . . giving free time to Mrs. Gaqrer . . . looking hrwara' to
In this year's FNA, K. Raymond was President, M. Hood was Treasurer, P.
Zaccari was Vice President, and B. Mauro was Secretary.
Kathy Raymond experiments with an ear testing device.
The members ofthe FNA were: Row! - M. Hood, B. Mauro,j. Gittings, P. L1ttanzio,j. Trusilo, R. Susich, P. Neison. Row2 - I. Crusan,j, Pavliak
K. Raymond, B. Remaley, j. Zimmerman, M. Balest, A. Bates, S. Hauser, K. Baughman, M. Nemanic, S, English, P. Zaccari.
Library Club Keeps Library Running Efficiently
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Row 1.' Susan English, W. Pfeifer, D. Ralston, M. Freuchtal, C. Richardson, G. Lehnart. Row2.' R. Mull, B, Slavnilc,j. Visnick, A. Wiekerath, K. Daug-
herty, C. Moose. Row 3: B. Orgovan, D. Suhy, C. Riznow, Mr. Ambrose, Yihgliflg, K- Wood.
Sue English, Janel Yingling, Brenda Orgavan, busy helping Mr. Ambrose.
The Library Club kept our library running
efficiently all year long. Under the supervi-
sion of Mr. Ambrose, the club's members as-
sisted students doing research in the library
and sold paperback books. The Library Club
and the Audio-Visual Aids Club co-
sponsored a dance this year.
Audio Visual Club Distributes Equipment
The members of the Audio-Visual Aids
Club distributed the school's Audio-Visual
equipment quickly and efficiently. These
boys were instructed in the use and mainte-
nance of this equipment by the club's spon-
sor, Mr. Ambrose.
The Audio Visual Aides were Chuck Shumar, Larry
Danko, Duane Siford, David Markovina, Ed Pfeifer.
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FHA Holds Luncheons for Faculty
Baking dozen: and dozen.: of fancy
cookies . . . arranging them on trayr
for a faculzjl tea . . . creating a center
piece . . . fwflillg counties: punch
The officers of the FHA were: P. Kelly - V. Pres., Debbie Martinelli - Treas., Gerry Galet - Sec.,
Debbie Spagnol - Assist. Treas., Patty Kuehn - Historian. Not shown, Nancy Phillips, Pres.
The members of the FHA were:
Row 1- C. Thomas, P. Kuehn, M.
Sciller, N. Phillips, D. DiMario, B.
Ankeney. Row 2 - L. Oliver, M.
Quinn, S. Senchur, M. Zatazelo,
G. Galec, P. Kelly. Row 3 - P.
Lapcevic, J. Pavilak, D. -Spagnol,
Miss Ross, Sponsor.
Franklin,s chapter of the Future Homemakers of America worked on a variety of projects including a food drive
for the needy, selling stuffed animals and candles, and holding luncheons for the men's and women's faculty. The
club officers who helped promote the purpose of creating interest in home economics were Nancy Phillips, Presi-
dent, Patty Kelly, Vice President, Debbie Spagnol, Treasurer and Gerry Galet, Secretary. Miss Ross, the home eco-
nomics teacher, sponsored the club.
Members of the Commercial Club this ,TLLV -W,L , V ii it .
year were: Standing: V. Paesano, C. De-
Mario, C. Meinl. Hollis, C. Henningan,
j. Marrs, B. Painter, C. Gulenrz, L. Am-
sler, Mrs. Poremski, sponsor, P. Graffe,
C. Mc Hugh, B. Wloodward, S. Sisco, B.
Kersten, C. Riznow, D. Yuhas,j. Lavor-
ich, C. Kirkpatrick, M. Bolkavac, D. Ro-
magnahl. Roberson, S. Remic, N. Padg-
ett, N. Hodson. SeatedRou.'1 - D. Suhy,
P. Kelly,-I. Allerton, D. Cole. Row? - S.
Steele, P. Breneman, L. Sherler, D. Ral-
ston. Row 3 - P. Viola, C. Moose, V.
Earl, P. Mance, W. Hanks.
Commercial Club Raises Money for Business Department
Franklin's Commercial Club sponsored by Mrs. Poremski, is made up of girls studying business education for the
purpose of developing business aptitude and stimulating an interest in good grooming. The girls sold zip code direc-
tories in order to raise money to purchase materials for the Business Education Department.
The officers ofthe Commercial Club were: Norma Padgett, Pres., Nora Hodson, Sec., and Brenda Paint-
Putting tloepaper in the typewrit-
er . . . setting the margins . . .
trying to read Jonzeoneit Jcmwled
writing . . . finishing the page
with just enough room hr a jbot-
Chorus Purchases New Robes
Members of the mixed chorus were: Row 1 - Harris, M. Freuchtag, R. Brady, C. Richardson, C. Flasher, M. -I. Gebrosky, T. Thomas, G. Robinson, S.
Erbe, M. Humes,j. Reed, M. McMunn, C. Kennedy, B. Lathem, D. Geiger, C. Tellin. Row2 - T. Ingram, G. Lehnert, L. Vance, K. Helfer, C. Silvis, S.
Loveday, L. Gilg, M. A. Horensky, B. Marshall, P. Zaccari, L. Knepper, W. Campbell, K. Piper, K. Heiny. Row3 - K. Blotzer, P. Schutte, R. Fritz, G.
Gressman, S.Jones, C. Cherrone, D. Roberts, A. Bates, K. Baughman, K. Raymond, A. Brown, M. Frye, M. Sheckler, P. Wilson. Row4 - Y. Marinelli,
F. Kuhn, P. Krushinski, M. Dukovich, V. Gantz,-I. Taylor, K. Blaugher, R. Pees, S. Sellers,-I. Spruance,j. Gressman. Row5 - P. Graffe, S. Thompson,
L. Baker, D. LeCuyer, D. Campbell, B. Fleishman, G. Shevchik, T. Wilson, J. Hykes, G. Grindle, D. Cavato, J. Merck.
The chorus this year, under the direction of Mrs. Ference
was able to purchase robes for the boys. They performed at an
open house for a P.T.A. meeting. On December 1 8: 2 they put R Y
on an operetta, "Swinging High." This production had a dou- E iw,
ble cast and the proceeds went towards a hanging mike for the 1 W R auditorium. The chorus performed for the student body in a
Christmas assembly. A spring concert is planned. Twelve sen-
iors were selected to attend the Westmoreland County Chorus
festival. Two seniors, Laurel Vance and Sharon Loveday, were
chosen to represent Franklin at District Chorus.
Trying on rober. . .learning new music. . .trying outforagberial
group . . . praclifing in the auditorium . . . audienre apploure
aj?er a good peryfomzanre.
Students of Mrs. Ference decorate the windows of the
Accompanying the chorus this year were: Qscaredj jerry Taylor
CStandingQ Karen DeMar, Jim Merck
The Members who attended County
Chorus this year were: Row I .' C. Flasher,
L. Vance, Robinson, L. Gilg, M. Ho
rensky, M. Gebrosky. Row 2: S. Thomp-
son, F. Kuhn, K. Baughman, S. Love-
day, Hykes, J. Spruancc.
The following girls sang as the "Senior Cantabi-
laires" Row Irj. Robinson, K. Blotzer, L. Gilg, M
McMunn. Row 2: M. Horensky, L. Vance, K
Baughman, S. Loveday.
The Cast of"Swinging High" consisted of: Row 1: D. Roberts, S.-jones, M. Horensky, F. Kuhn, P. Krushinski. Row 2.' M. Humes, M. Frye, K
Blotzer, M. McMunn, j. Robinson. Row 3: G. Shevchik, B. johnson, S. Sellers, j. Hykes, K. Blaugher.
Franklin's Music Department Presents Musical
A double cast of chorus members pre-
sented the successful musical "Swinging
High" along with the Franklin Concert
Band. The production concerned the prob-
lems of high school students faced with a
new principal who had great plans for "high-
er education" and their conspiracy to ruin
the grades of an intellectual girl, a favorite of
the new administrator. Mr. Plischke served
as drama coach for the comedy, Mrs. Ference
directed the singing, and choreography was
created by Mrs. Thornton. The Franklin
Concert Band is under the direction of Mr.
Swinging High . . . Every gal
Swinging High Every guy
Like iz rtar up in the sky Maker our school iz Swinging High.
FT A Members Visit Colleges
This year, Future Teachers of America had activi-.
ties planned which enabled its members to get a bet-
ter appreciation and understanding of the teaching
profession. These activities included an opportunity
to teach in the elementary schools, a project during
Teaching Career Month, a tea for the teachers, and a
visit to two colleges in the surrounding area, Thiel
and Grove City. Also, some of the members repre-
sented Franklin at the two conferences of the South-
west Region of FTA to which our organization
belongs. Mr. Hill sponsored the club this year, and
the members elected Nancy Shipley as President,
Debbie Farabaugh as Vice President, Patty Beers as
Secretary, and Donna Longwell as Treasurer.
The officers of the FTA were: Marilyn Longwell, Treas., Nancy Shipley,
Pres., Party Beers, Sec. and Debbie Farabaugh, Vice Pres.
Boarding the our for a college Feld try: . . . Meeting the admisriom director . . . touring the campus . . . lamb in the dining
lm!! . . . seeing the dorm . . . ialleing to rtuderm.
The members ofthe FTA were: P. Lattanzio, L. Danko,j. Rebich, G. Galet, D. Dimaria, K. Goretzky, D. Longwell, S. Henry, C. Pack, R. Scorgic, C.
Spangler, L. Reich. Row 2 - C. Gearheard, L. Susi, M. Sheckler, P. Wilson, M. Frye, P. Kuchin,j. Robertson, D. Spagnol, C. Thomas, M. Bonati, S.
Yurek. Row 3 - R. Mowen, P. Schutte, M. Seiler, D. Eckersley, P. Beers, E. Klotzbaugh, S. Hauser, D. Sleigh, L. Faulk, M. Battaglia, P. Ridinger, A.
Nahr. Row 4 - J. Mance, K. Snyder, N. Prina, N. Williamson, M. Horensky, L. Close, D. Farabaugh, M. Quinn, S. Senchur, L. Oliver, C. Taylor, C.
Alder, G. Maddock,
The pioneers of the Knitting Club were: Rout' 1: L. Dixon, L, Amsler, D. Romagnanj. Robertson, P, Kuehon, B. Kraemer, M. Hood, D. Menk, C.
O'Lear, E. Smith, C. McHugh. Row 2: Mrs, Sellers, L. Danko, C. Ferrington, S. Lindsay, N. Good, Trusilo, M. Seiler, Buooock, C. Shaffer, B.
Riddle, E. Lasher. Rau' 3: E. Iatsher, Bohinc, S. King, C. Smithbower, D. Woodwortlr, C. Regrut, M. Gebrowski. C. Flasher, F. Silvis, N. Wood-
worth. Row 4: S. Remic, L. Hodson, P. Crise, C. Kirkpatrick, S. Yurek, B. Kersten, D, Sleigh, D. Metzlaar, C. Hooper.
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Knitting Club Picks Up Lost Stitches I
The girls in the Knitting Club, new this year, met every sec-
ond Thursday under the direction of Mrs. Sellers. Lessons were
given to those girls who were beginners and soon everyone was
working on a project. Officers were Colleen McHugh presi-
dent and Sandy Lindsay vice president.
Ribbing - Row 1-wrong ride-P 1, "' K 1, P 1: repeat from "' to end
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at beg. of each of next two rows, keeping pat .... p 1 row.
Serving as officers for the Knitting Club were Coleen
McHugh as Vice President and Sandy Lindsay as Presi-
Holland's Eimilizu' trademark, a windmill.
Bill Johnston Spends
Summer in Netherlands
on the A.F.S. Program.
This summer, Bill Johnston, Franklin's Amer-
ican Abroad candidate, sailed from New York
aboard the S.S. Ryndam for Rotterdam, where he
met his foster family, the Boskers. Bill spent the
summer at the family's farm in northern Nether-
Besides helping with the farm work and har-
vest, Bill visited Germany which was only seven
miles away, and took several trips through Hol-
land with both his family and other AFS stu-
All too soon, Bill's summer was over, and he
left Holland to return to Murrysville.
"AFS is a great organization," Bill said, "and
I'm very glad I got to be a part of it."
The Netherlands greatest secret agent, pretmring for n mission.
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What the well-dressed traveler
Here Is Hedi,
Our 1968 American
With her cheerful disposition, Hedi quickly became a part ofthe Franklin
Only a few more weeks and I have to say good-bye to a country and to people who have
given me a second home. I want to thank very much my family, the Cordners, the Frank-
lin High School teachers as well as the students, and the whole Franklin community
which was like a big family to me. When I go home to Germany I will take with me the
memories of happy days which I was fortunate to spend in a wonderful country.
My stay here in the United States was a great experience for me and I owe this to the
American Field Service, an excellent organization whose purpose is to bring under-
standing and peace between countries by exchanging young people. This song expresses
the goal that AFS has set for its selfg
"A plea for one world, is heard in many different lands.
This is the plea of a world that is hungry for peace.
Let all men live together, let all men come together,
Striving to make the world better, pledging their lives for peace."
If you come to Germany, visit me.
Hedi prepares for her part as Miss Brill in thc senior
Hcdi is a hard worker in the kitchen
Here is Hcdi in ai typical Germain classroom.
The Band Accompanies "Swinging High"
Riding the band bus to the away games
. . . trying to bold on to your music
with one hand andplay witb the other
. . . earbl morning practice: . . . kel-
ing proud as you play the Alma
The Franklin Marching Band in action.
As well as providing half-time entertainment at the football games, the band, conducted by Mr. Green, presented
several concerts during the year. They also provided the accompaniment for the musical "Swinging Hi gh." Student
director for the year was Mary Riensel and she and several other band members represented Franklin at County and
The Franklin Regional Senior High School Marching Band
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Mary Reinsel was Student Director of
the band. Mr. Green was the Director of the band.
The Franklin Marching Band at half-time.
Donna Meyer Reigns
Donna Meyer, escorted by Paul Bnining, is presented to the school.
Over "May Day Mod"
The May Day Festival is perhaps our most eagerly
anticipated spring event each year, and Queen Donna
Meyer reigned majestically over the festivities. Her
court consisted of senior attendants g Kathy McHugh,
Debbie Coma, Lenore Lavrich, and Michelle Le-
Cuyerg junior attendantsg Rita Baker and Denise
Robertsg and sophomore attendantsg Cindy Kennedy
and Margie Stetson. The theme "May Day Mod" was
well interpreted by music and art work and by the
contributions of the Pantherettes, Majorettes, and
Color Guard. Alan Reeves, Franklin's A.F.S. student,
served as Master of Ceremonies and Richard Daly
brought the program to its highest point with the
coronation of the Queen.
Parade down the aisle . . . the queen is crowned . . .
music and song . . . eight attendants at her feet . . , an
audience in awe . . . a stage filled with beauty and
Cary Spear, accompanied by Mary Reinsel, sings "Alfie"
The May Court prepares for "May Day Mod."
The girls of the May Court were Qfrom left to rightj Margie Stetson, Denise Roberts, Debbie Coma, Lenore Iaurich, Donna
Meyer, Kathy McHugh, Michelle LeCuyer, Rita Baker and Cindy Kennedy.
1, - flfik A' y ,,
U' . , s i H fi ' VVV, , The junior Cantabilaires and the Senior Boys sing their version of
- ' in "Gc0rgy Girl."
Queen Donna enjoys the festivities
"Tous les enfantes . . ."
Where am I going?
I don't quite know
Down ro the stream where the kingcups grow
Up on the hill where the pine-trees blow
I don'r know.
to the Building Constructor
of Box 450 Export, Pa.
the Class of 1968
Best of Luck to the
Class of '68
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The Senior Potpourri A
Ken kept yearbook finances straight . . . served
as President of the Senior Class . . . Vice Presi-
dent of the NHS.
Pete was a National Merit Semi-finalist . . .
served in the army during the Junior Class
Play . . . Vice President of the Thespian
Barb's activities included Pep Club and Com-
mercial Club . . . played Intramurals for 5 years
. . . creates lovely hairstyles.
George is always smiling . . . likes to drive . . .
one of the tallest boys in the class.
Rita was a peppy pom-pom shaker . . . member
of the NHS for two years . . . worked hard as
Student Council Representative and class
Jay is interested in the Army . . . likes hunting
. . . enjoys war movies.
Matilda was in FTA for 3 years . . . worked on
the plays and the Prom . . . enjoys golf and
Kathie sang with special chorus groups each
year . . . captain of the Colorguard . . . played
Prudence in the Junior Class Play.
Lindy was in FTA for several years . . . hobbies
are sewing and reading . . . worked on theJun-
ior Class Play.
Joe has participated in baseball and football
. . . likes pool and bowling . . . loyal White
Terry played baseball at Franklin . . . enjoys
hunting . . . good at target and trap shooting.
Patty enjoyed Tri-Hi-Y activities . . . likes
sports, especially horseback riding . . . played a
cat in "The Wizard of Oz."
Sonny snapped pictures with the Camera Club
for several years . . . worked on the Prom . . .
enjoys drag racing.
RICHARD BELLICH -
Richard has an impish smile . . . helped with
the Prom . . . likes to drive and work on auto-
Kathy enjoyed singing in special chorus
groups . . . member of Tri-Hi-Y and Pep Club
. . . had a part in the Junior Class Play.
Marie was active in the Commercial Club and
the "In-Crowd" . . . member of the Girl's Golf
Team . . . good artist.
Margie is always cheerful . . . played volleyball
and basketball Intramurals . . . active in FTA
and Pep Club.
Marlene has pretty red hair . . . member ofthe
Commercial Club . . . participated in
Ray was on Rocket Club blast-offs . . , enjoys
hunting, fishing and water skiing . . . shy
Kris is good at all kinds of sports . . . member
of Tri-Hi-Y and "ln-Crowd' . . . worked on
several school dances. '
Patsy was in the Commercial Club for two
years . . . tall and slender . . . enjoys swim-
ming and surfing.
BARBARA BURKEY P
Barb likes to play the flute and the piano . . .
member of the band . . . new at Franklin this
Jim was a Fire Marshall for three years . . . likes
swimming and bowling . . . Franklin's
Jack just transferred from Central Catholic to
Franklin this year . . . good at billiards and
Math . . . likes archery and hunting.
Diane was a member of the FNA . . . long
brown hair and pleasant smile . . . likes to read.
John played guard on the football team . . .
helped with the Prom . . . was a member of the
Varsity Club for two years.
Connie likes all kinds of sports. . . was a mem-
ber of the Pep Club . . . enjoys dancing and
playing the guitar.
Janet lived in England during her senior year
. . . was a member of several girls' chorus
groups . . . likes to swim.
George is quiet and easy going . . . wavy
blonde hair . . . enjoys sports competition.
Linda worked hard on both class plays . . .
cheered with the Pep Club . . . member of
John likes all sports especially baseball . . .
worked on the QUILL and the PANTHER
. . . was a member of the NHS for two years.
Jeanie spent long hours working on the
QUILL. . . Hedi's American sister . . . member
Jim likes cars and driving . . . his hobbies in-
clude collecting records . . . exceptional
Dann played baseball and basketball at Frank-
lin . . . member of Varsity Club for 5 years . . .
likes golf and tennis.
Don was a Glee Club member . . . likes cars
and camping . . . a pool shark.
Irene is very friendly . . . likes sewing . . . cn-
Charlie was a real asset to the football, basket-
ball and track teams. . . in the Varsity Club for
3 years . . . likes golf and tennis.
Larry was a Photography Club shutter-bug
. . . helped with Visual Aids. . . interested in
electronics and flying.
Lorraine enjoys cooking, sewing, and science
. . . played in Intramurals . . . FTA for 3 years.
John is a car nut . . . good at auto mechanics
. . . may go to technical school.
Laura retumed to Franklin this year . . . likes
to swim . . . enjoys drawing and dancing.
Lou likes hunting and fishing . . . Rifle Team
member . . . Archery Club.
Toni belonged to Commercial Club, "In-
Crowd" and the Knitting Club . . . likes bowl-
ing and dancing . . . beautiful blond hair.
Chris played in inrramurals . . . Commercial
Club member . . . likes football, volleyball and
Audrey was student director for both class
plays . . . member of FTA and PANTHER
staff . . . enjoys sewing and reading.
Fran participated in Commercial Club . .
helped with the class plays and the Prom . . .
Dick worked on the Prom . . . likes to oil paint
. . . interested in architecture.
Ray belonged to the Photography Club . . .
worked on the Prom . . . likes football and
Vicki was a member of the Tri-Hi-Y, Com-
mercial Club and Pep Club . . . PANTHER
Typing Editor . . . enjoys sewing and baking.
Dave was a props man for the Junior Class
Play . . . plays basketball . . . is interested in
motorcycles and hunting.
Greg likes fishing . . . is a good swimmer . . .
always waits eagerly for the hunting season.
Linda's activities included Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club
and the newspaper . . . student director for the
Senior Class Play . . . interested in the fashion
Dale likes working on automobiles . . . deco-
rated for the Prom . . . likes drag racing.
Sue was active in the Glee Club, FNA and Li-
brary Club . . . likes horses and riding . . .
worked on several plays.
Debbie's activities included FT A, NHS and
Glee Club . . . favorite sports are golf and
bowling . . . participated in Junior Class Play.
Lorraine was a member of FTA, Tri-Hi-Y and
Pep Club . . . worked on the Prom . . . enjoys
all kinds of outdoor activities.
Dan was on the Rifle Team for 3 years . . . en-
joys hunting and fishing . . . hobbies are cars
Chris was involved in FHA and Pep Club ac-
tivities . . . likes all kinds of sports . . . member
of the Knitting Club.
Mike worked on the Prom . . . had a part in
the Junior Class Play . . . member of the Track
Julie spent her senior year in France . . . enjoys
playing the piano, the guitar and singing . . .
member of the NHS.
Sharon belonged to the Commercial Club . . .
helped in the library . . . likes to dance.
John was a hood in theJunior Class Play . . .
decorated for the Prom . . . enjoys hunting
Steve was the photographer for both newspa-
per and yearbook . . . played in the band . . .
Nancy was president of Tri-Hi-Y . . . co-
captain of the Pantherettes . . . Secretary-
Treasurer of NHS.
Carol was a member of the Library Club . . .
enjoys driving . . . likes square dancing.
MARY GEBROSKY '
Mary was an active member of the Glee Club,
band, and chorus . . . enjoys horseback riding
. . . participated in FTA.
Lynn enjoys swimming, skiing, and tennis . . .
was a member of Boosters Club and Tri-Hi-Y
. . . sang in school choral groups.
Jennie took part in FNA and Tri-Hi-Y . . .
bowled in Intramurals . . . loves to sew and
Bill worked with the stage crew on various
school productions . . . served as Fire Marshall
. . . radios are his hobby.
Nancy transferred to Franklin this year . . .
soon joined the "In-Crowd" . . . likes to swim
Jane was assistant student director of the
school band . . . a Pantherette and active Thes-
pian . . . worked on the PANTHER.
Mike likes to hunt and fish . . . enjoys cars . . .
tall and slender.
John performed in the Junior Class Play . . .
plays clarinet, dmms, and saxophone . . . en-
joys golfing and swimming.
Jim was one of Franklin's top football players,
as well as a member of the Wrestling and
Track teams . . . member of the Varsity Club
for 3 years . . . enjoys hunting.
Rob was President of the NHS . . . member
of the Tennis Team . . . National Merit
Janet led cheers for four years . . . make-up
chairman of the class plays . . . was active in
Tri-Hi-Y, FTA, and newspaper.
Chuck played inter-scholastic baseball . . . likes
to show horses . . . his hobby is drag racing.
Cecilia worked with Library and "In-Crowd"
clubs . . . participated in volleyball and basket-
ball . . . likes riding horses and swimming.
Sue was active in FHA, FI' A, and "In-Crowd"
. . . worked on various play committees . . .
likes sewing, reading, and sports.
Dale played for the bowling team . . . likes to
swim and hunt . . . hobbies are coin-collecting
Dave was a member of the rifle team . . .
worked on prom decorations . . . cars and
hunting occupy his spare time.
Jim played intramurals sports . . . enjoys hunt-
ing, fishing, and swimming.
Janet was a member of the Commercial Club
. . . typed for the PANTHER . . . takes plea-
sure in dancing and listening to music.
MARY ANN HORENSKY
Mary Ann was co-captain of the Color Guard
. . . performed in the Junior Class Play and
Junior Triple Trio . . . plays folk guitar.
Roger enjoys playing baseball . . . likes cars . . .
tall with curly hair.
Dennis likes working with cars . . . worked at
Ferri's . . . enjoys popular music.
Jim worked on the stage crew . . . plays guitar
for enjoyment . . . acted in several plays.
Walt belonged to the track team . . . was a
member of the "In-Crowd" . . . drawing, golf,
and mechanics are his hobbies.
Jim was an active stage crew member . . . plays
guitar . . . wants to go to California.
Bill was our AFS student to the Netherlands
. . . played football, basketball, and tennis . . .
Varsity Club member.
Barb participated in "ln-Crowd" and Tri-Hi-Y
. . . served on various play committees . . .
took part in intramurals and girl's softball.
Susan likes sewing . . . enjoys painting . . . en-
joys sports and reading.
JOHN KATANA -
John belonged to the Varsity Club . . . played
football . . . worked on the Junior Class Play
Joyce served as a member of Student Council,
"In-Crowd", and Camera Club . . . took part
in play committees and chonis . . . enjoys
sports, movies, and dancing.
Dan was a Forbes Trail student . . . member of
the Rifle team . . . enjoys hunting and fishing.
Ellen was PANTHER Feature Editor . . . be-
longed to the "In-Crowdn . . . member of the
Tri-Hi-Y, FFA, and French Club.
Gary-enjoys music, plays guitar . . . avid pin-
ball player . , . tall and friendly.
Frank was Vice-President of Student Council
. . . was active in newspaper . . . took part in
the Junior Class Play and chorus.
Tom was a member of the Chess Club . . .
likes reading and physics . . . his hobby is
Pat was Pantherette captain and football pro-
gram cover girl . . . member of FI' A, FNA, and
Tri-Hi-Y . . . worked on the Prom and several
Barb belonged to Tri-Hi-Y, Pep Club and
Thespians . . . PANTHER art editor . . . mem-
ber of the Student Council.
Sandy was a member of Commercial Club and
Library Club . . . worked on the PANTHER
. . . played intramural basketball.
Mike is good at all kinds of sports, especially
football, tennis and swimming . . . 2-year
member of NHS . . . attended Westinghoux
Dan sang with the Glee Club . . . likes foot-
ball, baseball and basketball.
Sharon had the lead in both class plays . . . ac-
tive in Tri-Hi-Y, NHS, and newspaper . . .
loves to sing.
Paul likes to build rockets . . . enjoys fishing
. . . likes working on cars.
David's hobby is coin-collecting . . . very
serious-minded . . . likes art.
Tom keeps things lively in homeroom 205 . . .
likes working on his car . . . interested in
Dave worked in the library . . . loves to dance
. . . helped with visual aids.
Tom played football two years . . . likes hunt-
ing . . . enjoys driving.
Carl's activities included Rocket Club, Varsity
Club, and Chess Club . . . played on Golf and
Rifle teams . . . likes hunting and fishing.
Debbie belonged to FHA, Tri-Hi-Y and Pep
Club . . . likes volleyball, basketball and bowl-
ing . . . her hobby is sewing.
Janie was a Commercial Club member . . .
played in intramubals . . . worked on Make-up
Committees for several plays.
Barb was FNA secretary . . . member of Glee
Club and "In-Crowd" . . . worked on the
Costume Committee for theJunior Class Play.
Bob was a 2-year Varsity Club member . . .
played on the baseball team . . . likes all kinds
of outdoor activities.
George spends his spare time working . . . likes
mechanics . . . interested in building racers.
SHERYL MCKEOWN '
Sheryl worked on the '68 QUILL . . . belonged
to the Pep Club and Tri-Hi-Y . . . enjoys
skiing and swimming.
Mary was head cheerleader . . . enjoys painting
and playing the guitar . . . member of Pep
Club and Tri-Hi-Y.
Cathy likes horseback riding and swimming
. . . belonged to Pep Club and Tri-Hi-Y . . .
Doug played football 3 years . . . ran on Track
team . . . Varsity Club member.
Mark is a coin and stamp collector . . . good
student . . . likes golf.
Gail has beautiful dark hair . . . engaging eyes
. . . likes tennis and swimming.
Cheryl worked in the library . . . typed for the
PANTHER . . . played in Intramurals.
Louise enjoys dancing . . . likes to knit, sew,
and play kickball . . . member of the Library
Ruth helped Mr. Ambrose in the library dur-
ing her 3 years at Franklin . . . beautiful eyes.
Nancy was a member of FHA, "In-Crowd"
and Tri-Hi-Y. . . played Intramurals. . .enjoys
sewing, records and reading.
Marie was a member of the Tri-Hi-Y, FT A,
FNA and "In Crowd" . . . Varsity Cheerleader
. . . worked on play committees.
Brenda worked in the library . . . participated
in Intramurals . . . enjoys swimming, sewing
and almost any kind of sport.
Norma was on committees for the class plays
. . . member of Tri-Hi-Y, "In-Crowd" and
Commercial Club . . . likes swimming and
Ginny participated in Intramurals . . . be-
longed to the Business Club and "In-Crowd"
. . . worked on committees for the class plays.
Bill is soft-spoken and friendly . . . enjoys
camping and the out-of-doors.
Roland was a member of the Chess Club and
Thespian society . . . enjoyed working on plays
and acting . . . likes music, playing the guitar
Jim was a member ofthe Rocket Club. . . Fire
Marshall . . . enjoys hunting and fishing.
JAMES PERRY '
Jim was a member of Franklin's Baseball team
. . . also played football and basketball . . . en-
joys skiing and ice skating.
Vicki was a member of the Booster Club and
"In-Crowd" . . . worked on the PANTHER
and Prom committee . . . likes art.
Nancy acted as captain of the Pantherettes in
11th grade . . . served as Prom chairman . . .
belonged to Tri-Hi-Y, FHA, and "In-Crowd".
Greg is an avid reader . . . likes to hunt . . . en-
joys seeing plays.
Jim is the Crown Prince of Poland . . . would
like to investigate the Abominable Snowman
question . . . would like to circle the globe in a
Barb belonged to Tri-Hi-Y and "In-Crowd"
. . . served on the Publicity Committee of the
Junior Class Play.
Bill participated in football . . . did art work
for several plays . . . trains horses.
Phil played on the Football team . . . worked
on theJunior Class Play and Prom . . . outdoor
sports and making model cars are his hobbies.
Tucker was the fastest quarterback for Frank-
lin . . .Junior Class President and Prom chair-
man . . , played baseball and basketball.
Kathy was active in Thespians, Glee Club and
newspaper work. . . President of FNA . . . likes
swimming and collecting records.
Janice participated in Pep Club, FTA and
French Club . . . played in Intramurals . . . one
of the dozen in the Senior Class Play.
Frank was valuable to the Football team . . .
loves to hunt and fish . . . water skiing is his
Chris worked on the PANTHER typing staff
. . . belonged to Pep and Commercial Clubs
. . . active in basketball, volleyball and
Linda belonged to FTA, FHA, and Pep Club.
. . . enjoyed working on plays . . . helped with
Pam was the ever-patient mother in the Senior
Class Play . . . Thespian treasurer and NHS
member . . . Vice-President of Senior Class.
Tom worked with the stage crew . . . took part
in Intramurals . . . cars and mechanics are his
Denise served on Student Council and Color
Guard . . . loves "round ball" . . . Prom
Jann served on many dance and fund raising
committees . . . PANTHER reporter . . . be-
longed to Pep Club and Chorus.
Steve belonged to Chorus, Chess Club and
"In-Crowd" . . . earned Thespian points in the
Children's Plays . . . interested in astronomy.
Andy likes helping his father on their farm
. . . tall and slender.
Ralph belonged to the Archery Club . . . likes
hunting, fishing and water-skiing.
Paul was homeroom Vice President for 2 years
. . . competed in golf and wrestling . . . enjoys
Robin belonged to FFA, Tri-Hi-Y and Glee
Club , . . worked for project "Head Start" . . .
enjoys inventing new recipes.
MARY JANE SEILER
Mary was in Thespians, FTA, Glee Club and
Tri-Hi-Y . . . worked on several dance
Scott was a spit-ball sharp shooter . . . played
on Tennis team . . . hobbies are reading and
Dave likes hunting and fishing . . . enjoys au-
thorized drag racing . . . hobbies include water
Jackie was Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer . . .
enjoyed Tri-Hi-Y activities and newspaper
work . . . loves swimming and diving.
Susie kept busy as PANTHER editor . . .
member of Tri-Hi-Y and Thespians . . . Poppy
in "The Wizard of Oz".
Lynda participated in intramural bowling . . .
loves to dance . . . rosy complexion.
Nancy was State Champion Driver . . . bugle
blower at Panther games . . . likes all kinds of
Chuck competed in wrestling . . . likes to
Charlene sang in the Chorus 3 years . . . likes
Emily likes to collect fossils . . . sang in Glee
Tim was a Forbes Trail student . . . likes to
hunt and fish in his spare time . . . enjoys
working with cars.
Sue helped with the class bake sales . . . likes to
sketch . . . enjoys creating hair styles.
Bonnie worked in the library . . . participated
David was a member of the Spanish Club dur-
ing his Sophomore year . . . belonged to the
"In-Crowd" . . . enjoys attending auto races.
Bob is active in Student Council . . . chairman
of l66 Halloween Dance . . . enjoys taking
trips with friends.
Debbie was a member of QUILL and PAN-
THER typing staffs . . . helped in the library
. . . likes to collect records.
Jay is one of Franklin's great grapplers . . .
Varsity Club member . . . interested in
Sue was active in Intramural bowling . . . en-
joys miniature golf . . . member of Commer-
cial Club and "In Crowd".
John belonged to the Chess Club . . . collects
coins . . . participated in Track and wrestling
Dan played in the band . . . helped with the
Diane participated in intramurals . . . enjoys
painting . . . Commercial Club member.
Debbie was an active Tri-Hi-Y member . . .
likes to train and ride horses. . . helped on sev-
eral play and dance committees.
Tim was the Cowardly Lion in "The Wizard
of Oz" . . . member of the Chess team . . .
hobbies are reading and drawing.
Bob works at Deer Valley during the summer
. . . Prince Charming in the Children's Play
. . . enjoys boating, swimming and skiing.
Scott participated in chorus activities . . . was
our Panther mascot . . . belonged to 3 car
Bill likes motorcycles . . . blond hair and
Rick was Thespian President . . . good at
swimming and tennis . . . a whiz at technical
effects for plays.
Leslee was Majorette Captain . . . active in
newspaper and Tri-Hi-Y . . . enjoys swim-
ming and playing the guitar.
Joe was Franklin's top fullback . . .3-year Vars-
ity Club member . . . Sophomore President.
Patty was Ticket Chairman for the Prom . . .
avid fan of Franklin sports . . . QUILL typist.
Lemmon was the biggest of the Franklin elev-
en . . . on the Wrestling team . . . Varsity Club
Judy marched with the Color Guard . . . en-
joys cooking and sewing . . . member of "In-
Crowd" and Tri-Hi-Y.
JENNIE VAN DYKE
Jennie was high-stepping Majorette . . . Pep
Laurel has a beautiful soprano voice . . . played
volleyball and basketball Intramurals . . . likes
Bob belonged to the Rocket Club . . . played
on Golf team . . . also enjoys Basketball and
Judy played in Intramurals for several years
. . . helped in the Library . . . Pep Club
Patty belonged to FNA . . . played volleyball
and basketball Intramurals . . . sews and col-
Carol was a Student Council representative
. . . member of Pep Club and Majorette squad
. . . collects coins and records.
Bob helped decorate for the Prom . . . played
Legion Baseball . . . enjoys playing the drums.
Zeke wrestled for Franklin . , . also liked foot-
ball and track . . . hobby is cars.
ELAINE WEBB I
Elaine belonged to FNA, Pep Club and Tri-
Hi-Y . . . wrote for the PANTHER . . . likes
Hedi is our AFS student from Germany, . . .
played Miss Brill in the Senior Class Play . . .
pretty black hair and rosy cheeks . . . loves all
kinds of sports.
Chris worked hard as Student Council presi-
dent . . . talented artist . . . enjoys hunting, rid-
ing his Honda, and meeting new people.
Jim enjoys playing the guitar . . . collects
Rich belonged to newspaper and Varsity Club
. . . worked back stage on plays . . . a Honda
Terri is tall and willowy . . . member of FNA
. . . participated in intramurals.
Don works after school . . . likes to ride and
Lynnette was a Pantherette for 2 years . . . be-
longed to Tri-Hi-Y and newspaper . . . enjoys
bowling and swimming.
Dennis belonged to the Art Club . . . likes
drag racing. . . wants to start the Wilson Bros.
Jerry was a Chess Club member . . . likes shop
work . . . other member of the Wilson Bros.
Pete likes to play basketball . . . 3 year Varsity
Kathy belonged to Library and knitting Clubs
. . . loves to drive . . . enjoys bowling.
Bev collects horses, plaques and stamps . . .
belonged to Tri-Hi-Y and FHA . . . enjoys vol-
leyball, skating and horseback riding.
Nancy is a good artist . . . likes all kinds of
sports . . . painted scenery for several plays.
Rich acted in both class plays . . . participated
in Tennis and Wrestling teams . . . likes tropi-
cal fish and coin-collecting.
Steve likes cars . . . interest in auto-mechanics
. . . soft spoken.
Herb belonged to the Camera Club . . . inter-
ested in cars . . . enjoys pool and bowling.
Janel likes to drive and dance . . , played on in-
tramurals . . . belonged to Library and Knit-
Buff participated in football, basketball and
track . . . 3 year Varsity Club.
Sam likes to race . . . helped with visual aids
. . . works at a gas station.
Marcella carried the school banner . . . be-
longed to Pep Club, Commercial Club and
newspaper . . . enjoys swimming, water-skiing,
Ed was art chairman for the Prom . . . enjoys
hunting and fishing . . . enjoys art courses.
JO ANNE ZIMMERMAN
Jo Anne belonged to FNA . . .Glee Club. . .
PANTHER 8: QUILL . . . likes sewing and
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