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Page 108 text:
and Cafe Staff
A large part of the manifold educational activities
that concern the daily lives of over seventeen hundred
students stem from the school's nerve center-the main
Here Mr. White, Miss Truman and Mr. Frederick-
son, aided by the clerical staff, Mrs. Grace Easton, Mrs.
Mary Bowie and a corps of student assistants, keep
daily tab on absences, passes, records, excuses, tran-
scripts, transfers, letters, and hundreds of other odd
matters that fill the teeming day.
Adjoining the main office and presided over by Mr.
Frank Conklin, head counselor and his staff, are the
counseling rooms, where the student can get help with
his educational problems, the making of his program,
and experienced advice on the most fruitful field to fol-
low after graduation.
The office staff of students takes care of all files in
the main office, which includes the records of both stu-
dent and personnel. The staff makes out all the atten-
dance sheets for new pupils, and compiles the names
of the students on the honor roll every quarter.
SEEN IN V
Seen .rt her desk is busy Mrs. Grace Easton who dehes all laws of being
able to do only one thing. Here she is talking on the phone while
Marge Ciroxes hands her an important paper.
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'Iliff mir: Franks, I., Fisk, I., Zazzi, lD.Surw1d 7'01l'.' Hons, B., Mal-
key, B., Thulander, J., Gibbons, V., Hansen, A., Groves, M., Peter-
son. lf. Tbird !0ll'.' Busse, N., Sharp, L., Goves, XV., Conover, M.,
Henderson. L., Edmondson, G., Pfalfenberger, K. Folzrlb row: Kam-
ena, Ruth, Vervais, J., Bork, P., Keller, V.. Wright, J., Frederickson,
D., Stone, D., Wana, XV., Wfaegerle, E. Fiffb raw: Blakeslee, A.,
Moune, B., LaFleur, J., Finley, J.. Wfilliams, J., Burnett, A., Quast,
G., Gamble, J., Pappas, B.
Iiiril wu.'.' Apostolos, A., Chase, J., Bradley, P., Fleming, L., Hannan,
J., Louderbeck, J. Sunni! wuz' Greenberg. B., Tolleson, D., Sihner,
H., Koenig. L., Stone. L.. Sorensen, E., Dulan, J. Tbird mu J Wfin-
THE ART CLUB
This organization, sponsored by our able and hard working
art teacher, Miss Ethel Hulbert, is made up of the various
classes she has throughout the day.
Their work consists of all kinds of poster making, sketching
for the Log, designing student body cards, etc.
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Tap folly' Fox. J., Ilalbontin, R., Homewood, R., Hummel, K. Finn!
mu .' Meyer, I., Drew, XV., Hutto, V., Crouch, D.
,IUNIOR RED LROSS
7017 rmtn' Alaimo, M., Myrup, T.. Dauphin, B., Putman, j., Patter-
son, j., Walker, H. Secmld rout Birt, P., Stone, D., Nettle, L., Bow-
man, B., jerner. M., Mann, M., Prosser, M. 1ll9I7'6l'l'0lA,'.' Sorenson, M.,
Bredeson, M., Fenton, B., Lehman, B., Hinderson, L., Smith, M.,
Toth. CQ., Dudune. N. Ifonrlb rfzzzx' C.herney, B., Trittschub, D.,
Emerson. D., Sorenson, j., Shilling, A., Quast, G., Cfrouth, D.,
The institution you, as a student, are probably most inter-
ested in, is the cafeteria. Miss Wfoodruff directs the prepa-
ration of food in this combination dance and concert hall,
meeting place and theatre, The "Cafe" is probably one of
the things about Lincoln that will not easily slip our memo-
ries, for it is strictly confined to our pleasurefa place to
meet "the gang" socially.
The war has cut down on many foods, but the competent
women on the cafe staff have always found some way to satisfy
appetites with good food at minimum expense.
,JUNIOR RIED CROSS
The Junior Red Cross, composed of fifty very active mem-
bers, is sponsored by Miss Catherine O'Donahue. These girls
meet every Monday after school and work until four. They
are given points and awards for hours of work spent in rolling
bandages, etc. President is ,lane Putnam, vice president is
,layne Paterson, and secretary is Betty Dauphin.
Yup will 5 Bonslev, M., Gibbons, V., Cochrane, XV., Urbais, B. R011 2:
Rosenthal. Switzer, D., johnson, N., PZIPJIYIAW. G.. Rohrhaeh. ll..
fI'0I1lWlIF,LI.N.ROIl' if Sharp, L., Dauphing. B.. Royce, I., Ghiselli, Cf.,
MacLeod, S., McKelvey, L., Milliach, M, Ron' 4: Ames. A., Mart'n,
Cf.. McKean, M., George, C., Attinger, Ii., Driscoll, S., W'arren, V.
7fifv mn 5 Messen, A., Stranton, B., Berker, 1. Rau 2: Mciioy. Don,
Edwards, K., Manahan, W.. Trost. C. Rau is XVinkler. A., Freed-
man. Ci., Cummings, D.. ffarter. B.. Lang, B.
That portion of Lincoln High to which the student may
have daily recourse with intellectual profit is the Lincoln
Library. Stocked with an excellent selection of books, per-
vaded by an atmosphere of silence, graced with a helpful
and efficient librarian, the Lincoln library possesses a com-
bination that is conducive to reading for pleasure and profit.
Miss Grace Dixon, librarian, assisted by a staff of student
helpers, directs the destiny of the Lincoln Library.
Facing the camera are the members of the Camera Club,
which is sponsored by Mr. Manahan, head of the Science Def
partment. This club is to be highly commended upon its
excellent pictures for the Bulletin Board, the Log, and the
The officers were Alex Mesen, president. Kenneth Edwards,
vice president: George Friedman, secretary.
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