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Page 78 text:
ALMANACK STAFF: Sally Gribble, Mrs. Julia A. Smith, Nancy Briggs,
Jeanine Harper, Pat Nedeau, Ann Marie Saplis, Bob Campbell, Bob
Joyner, Pam Lyons, Gary Medland, Corinne Smereka, Maryellen Darrah.
1969 ALMANACK STAFF
Assistant Editor .,....
Mary Ellen Darrah
Senior Stat? ...... ..........., N ancy Briggs, Bob Campbell,
Jeanine Harper, Ann Marie Saplis,
Maura Taormina, Jill Welch
Junior Editors ..
Junior Staff ..,.... ..... J anice Gibson, Roxanna
Maddox, linda Paradowicz,
Sophomore Staff .,..... .... A nn Cassidy, Dorothy Day,
Janet Goodykoontz, Marsha
Lomond, Wendy Winters
Business Manager ....... ..,......,............,....... B ob Joyner
Advertising Sales ..,.,..............,.... Nancy Barr, Bob Campbell,
Mary Lou Conrow, Cheryl Davis, Pat Nedeau,
Pat Nelson, Deborah Nierniec, Colleen O'Bryan,
Kathy Rosinski, Maura Taormina, Joan Zevchak
Photographer ..,.. ,...,.. Bob Joyner
Faculty Adviser ..... ,,,,, J ulig A, Smifh
Trying to "make it fit," Sally Gribble fleft abovel typed up a headline
for another page in the Almanack. In the traditional yearbook day posi-
tion, Donna Felice and John LaFrance Cwho graduated last yearj sat on
the floor and signed their names in each others' books.
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Now hear this! Mrs. Stetter and Editor Bev Gumbo Kleftl
gave Packet staff instructions. One day the stat? said thank you
to Mrs. Sietter with c rose. Staff artist Tom Ward Kbelawj
sketched mod posters for sales.
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Checking names on the homeroom lists of the people who bought year-
books, Jeanine Harper and Nancy Briggs labovei made sure they had
everyone. Ann Marie Saplis concentrated on some copy she had written.
Trying to choose the best pictures for the track and field page, Janis
Gibson and Gary Medland lleftl studied each one.
Bob Joyner and Mary Ellen Darrah counted and put away boxes of
candy that the yearbook staff sold to raise money for the Almanack.
Cutlines, headlines, deadlines
add up to Almanack
With bright new ideas and some stale old ones the
Franklin Almanack rated high in national competition.
Winning first place recognition from the National
School Yearbook Association, Colombia Scholastic Press
Association, and the National Scholastic Press Associa-
tion, the 1968 Almanack held up a tradition that the
yearbook started and has kept up since 1963. Hope-
fully, the T969 Almanack will carry on the tradition.
This year the Almanack staff sold booster buttons
as usual and sold candy and bagels for the first time
to raise money. The bagels, which were sold at the
home football games, were the biggest hit of the three.
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