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Page 14 text:
y Service Staff
Franklin is indeed grateful for the fine work done by our loyal Service Staff who
have carried on their many duties in spite of insufficient help.
The untiring efforts of the building custodians in keeping Franklin in tip top condi-
tion is much appreciated and we are very grateful to the cafeteria staff for their fine
Hou' 1-Young. Tlwnipsun, 1'. Carver. Gibson. Iratvhshnw,
Hou' 2gSt':l1es, Jones, l'ill'Y1'!'.
ffiee staff y
Always ready to greet you with a cheerful word and sunny smile are the office
assistants, Nlrs. Jeannette Xlclfwan and Nlfiss Pat Yvendland.
Their efficient Work in keeping accurate school records, their constant help to Frank--
lin students, and their great assistance to Principal Fry, Vice-Principal Campbell, Dean
VVilson, and the counsellors are indeed worthy of recognition.
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I Principal Charles A. Fry
Congenial, understanding Principal Charles A. Fry has led this senior class through
four years of high school life, and we now come to the end of our journey, our minds
filled with his many Words of wisdom and guidance.
His ability to meet and solve the many problems confronting a high school principal
make possible a smooth-running administration such as we have. Under his Wise
guidance is also assured the successful promotion of our various school activities.
For his kindness and thoughtful consideration the members of the Senior Class are
Vice-Principal Campbell has now been
at Franklin only three years, but during
this short time he has made many new
His pleasing personality, his friendly
understanding, and his sense of humor
are qualities which make him well-suited
for the office of vice-principal. The
Seniors sincerely hope he will continue
his fine work at Franklin High school
for many years to come.
Dean Ella E. Wvilson
Dean of Girls is indeed a difficult job
and one that requires much time and ef-
fort, but Dean Ella VVilson has filled
this position well for many yearsg and,
as the Seniors leave, she stays to carry on
her many duties.
Through the guidance clubs she has
done a great deal toward developing in
Franklin girls the qualities of good cit-
izenship and character, and the girls of
the Senior Class wish to thank her for
the many things she has done for them.
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Faculty - undamental
lt is the teachers of the fundamental courses who give us the basic subjects required
for graduation from high school. We are very fortunate in having at Franklin such
a fine staff of these teachers to guide us in our search for knowledge.
How 1-Yun Fleet, Dawson, Auld, Ridgrewsiy, Heist, llicliamls. Smith.
llnw 2-I, Zinnnormaui, Snnnll, Caseheer, Smutz. Mnrslmll, Allaircl, Tsvli:11'iu-r, liege-lv. Ennzi.
llmr3--Meliiiy, Glover, Collins, Coruutt, flnntlmr, 1-lc-khairt, N1-ikirk. A, 'l'ownsenil. Dillon, NVhitr-.
lloii'-lfrlflimil. ll:u1ling'.'. Reinhnrt, Oliver, Word, lt. Zinnueruiaui, Manuingr, Al1'liPl'4'll9l'.
Facult - E ective
There is a large choice of elective subjects including art, music, domestic science, and
manual arts, from which a student may choose to round out his basic program.
Franklin can indeed be proud of the many well-qualified teachers in these fields.
Row 1-Townsr-ml, Sc-haitl, Koi-mek, Hoi-r, Fox, Arnold. Manle.
ll0w15fCnseheer, Smutz, XVliite, Driscoll, Dvomk. Si-ntl. Ibiclwiismi, llnllvr,
How 24-Stzinips, Drliua, Hoke, lVa!lsh, Soufhwiek,
The boys and girls counsellors have been of great service to Franklin students and
their time and effort is much appreciated.
Girls-llflrs. VVilson, Nlrs. Oliver, Nliss Nlarshall, Nlrs. Scott.
Boys-lllr. Campbell, Nlr. Ridgeway, Nlr. Southwick, Nlr. lllanning, Nlr. Fry,
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