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When the Shield staff held their initial meetings, which were open to all and
any students interested in working to plan and produce the 1969 yearbook, there
was a common goal, in everyone's mind. That goal was to present the best book
that we could possibly produce. At that time we were not totally aware of the
problems aheadg nor did we suspect the amount of time-consuming work in-
volved to attain our goal.
The staff did not stop working at the close of school last June. Frequent
meetings were held during the summer. Ideas were introduced, discussed, and
decisions were made. Since September, an average of four nights per school week
were spent designing layouts, planning pictures and their schedules, cropping
pictures, typing copy, and re-reading copy. 'I'his does not mention the numerous
hours of work involved in fmancing the book. For the above reasons, I would
like to express my gratitude to all of my editors, staff members, and advisors,
Mr. G. Lund and Mr. J. Wnuk. I would also like to thank Mrs. M. Duitsman, Mr.
R. Foster, and Mr. D. Davis for their aid during emergency situations. The
cooperation for other faculty, organizations, and students were also appreciated.
Now with the eighth chapter of Franklin history closing, it is the staffs hope
that we have reached our goal, and that you enjoy this yearbook.
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The Shield Staff of 1969 would like to formally thank Mr. Gaar
Lund for all of his help as the yearbook advisor. This is a position
which he has held for the past eight years. During this time he was be-
come more than an advisor.
Each year he faced the next new, completely unexperienced staff
and somehow taught them how to successfully produce a yearbook.
We were each given confidence and a more definite sense of respon-
sibility through him. Therefore, this is to show our deep appreciation
and gratitude for all of the help he has given us.
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