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Page 12 text:
YUMMY! YUMMY! YUMMY!
An important spot in any school
has to be the lunchroom. Naturally,
with every lunchroom there goes
the people who put the food on-
the cooks! This year's cooks tried
their hardest to prepare meals
which not only looked good, but
tasted good as well.
Besides the cooks, however, the
students themselves played an ac-
tive role in making the cafeteria
a hopping spot. The senior cut line
was often infiltrated by underclass-
men, and sometimes there were
student protests made by individ-
uals against the meals and lunch-
room policies. Conversations dur-
ing meals were interesting and
many things were discovered at
Hildegard Maurer, Helen Block, Leona Weber. Christine Rummel prepare another lus-
cious meal forthe F.H.S. students.
Nancy Coman waves her arms in glory
as another day has passed in which she
was able to clear her plate.
Cheryl Meyer appears wild-eyed as
she finished another fine school lunch.
Warren Wilson and Thomas Bucholz appear
to be praying before they start to eat their
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Page 11 text:
. . .WHE ,WHERE,WHY,HOW? . . .
There are two guidance counselors,
Mrs. Joy Atkins full time and Roger
fCoachJ Tompkins serving on a half-
time basis. Mrs. Atkins is completing
her first year and Mr. Tompkins his
third year in this capacity. Mr. Tomp-
kins teaches in the social science de-
partment the first half of the day.
When the two guidance counselors get together it may mean trouble for someone.
Here Roger Tompkins and Mrs. Atkins review student records.
Coach Tompkins and Chuck Rustem, student body presi-
dent, discuss some matters of great importance during
one of Coach's guidance sessions.
Caught unexpectedly again. Barb Gugel and Mike Piesko try
to act very nonchalant and unconcerned.
Page 13 text:
SWEEP 'EM OFF THEIR FEET . . .
Mel Trinklein. one of the busy custodians,
pushes the broom down the littered halls after
The custodial staff for 1969-70 are: Alois Schmitzer, Al Veitengrueber, Mrs.
Alois Schmitzer. Arno Fischer, Mrs. Herbert Keinath. Mel Trinklein, and stu-
dent assistants Matt Coman, Rod Bickel and Mike English.
Pictured above is Alois Schmitzer who is serving his last year as a custodian.
After many long years of faithful service. Mr. Schmitzer is still smiling that
Among the duties of custodians, Arno Fischer
and Al Veitengueber is that of chalking the field
for an upcoming football game.
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