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n the splrlts
of great events
stride on before
And in today
fAet V, Scfene I,
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Miss Anderson Mrs. Blair Mrs. Christiansen Mrs. Copeland Mrs. Jose
Office Secretary Counseling Room Libr:-n-ian's Assistant Office Secretary Bookroom
Mrs. Miller Mrs. Shirley Mrs. Walker Mrs. W11li2mS
Student Store Librarian's Assistant Office Secfeta-'Y Office Secfetmv
Added to the Franklin Faculty
in January were three new
teachers. They are, from left
to right, Miss Brockbank, Miss
Hutchinson, and Mr . Miracle .
Standing: Mr. Pierce, Mr. Mahoney, Mr. Stipac, Mr. Horr.
Seated: Mrs. Cash, Mrs. Mosher, MissBe11o1t, Miss Bohlen, Mrs. Shank, Miss-McKercher, Mr.. McKee.
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all Student ed resident
l really cannot say how much the opportunity of being your Student Body President has meant
to me. lt is different from anything else I have ever known. I would like to thank all of those
who helpedme while l was in office. The cooperation which I received from the cabinet, stu-
dent body, and the faculty was greatly appreciated. In leaving Franklin, I would like to leave
you with this one important thought: lt is your ideas that count around Franklin. lf you have
an idea or suggestion that should be acted upon, give it to the Executive Cabinet or any mem-
ber of the Student Council. I am confident that it will be acted upon. Being your Student
Body President has been one of the most worthwile activities of my life. j
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