Lanphier High School - Lan Hi Yearbook (Springfield, IL)

 - Class of 1950

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Page 70 text:

'ul' J' Ati' Miss Ruth O. Walker Porcehn and Miss Ruth O. Walker, dean of the girls, rounded out a busy school year. Piloting the Lanphier coeds through their personal problems and solving their program conflicts, being ad- viser to the Radio Guild, and head of the guidance committee made up some of the tasks which Miss Walker completed. Besides counseling the girls in the choice of their future vocations, Miss Walker also secures for many of them occupations after they leave school. Miss Walker has the tre- mendous job of compiling four year records and checking the credits of every Lanphier senior girl. Completing her orals at Pennsylvania State College, Miss Walker took a major step to her doctorate in the field of Industrial Psychology and Guidance. With a very congenial smile and pleasing appearance Miss Walker is indeed a very in- timate part of Lanphier. 66 I f 1' Mr. Lee W. Goby Resourcehd Mr. Lee W. Goby, supervisor of the male population at Lanphier, during the past year stimulated a closer relationship between him- self and the Lanphier boys. Because Mr. Goby maintains a friendly and helpful attitude to- ward everyone, there is a constant improve- ment in the lives of the boys on the campus. At school as at school functions, Mr. Goby may be seen lending a helping hand. Besides the duties involved with being dean, Mr. Goby acts as advisor to two major clubs in school-Student Council and Key Club. Putting in countless hours of work for both organizations, Mr. Goby keeps them rolling at a good steady pace. These clubs are greatly indebted for all his endeavors. It was brought to the notice of the student body and faculty that Mr. Goby is truly one of the milestones of Lanphier when he became a grandfather this year.

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What ls a Good High School? The functions of a good high school are to prepare its students for good character, good citizenship, good scholarship, gracious living, economic com- petence, and a spirit of service to others. According to the standards of the North Central Association a good high school must first offer a curriculum which meets the needs and interests of its students. The curriculum of Lanphier not onlyprepares its students for college, but it also prepares those who wish to go to work for the business of lite. The faculty of a North Central high school must meet the highest standards of training and ability. Your Lanphier faculty meets every requirement of the association. , The building and equipment must be among the best. Your Lanphier building is one of the best heated, lighted, and ventilated buildings in this part of the state. The equipment and library are entirely adequate to the needs of the student body. The spirit of the school is one of the most important factors in the rating of a good high school. This good spirit is determined by the cooperation, scholarship, courtesy, patriotism, and altruism of the faculty and student body. The activities program must be adequate to the needs of the students. Lanphier activities include outstanding musical organizations, clubs, athletics, home rooms, school newspaper, yearbook, debate teams, and two plays annually. A school is an organization which is more permanent and more important than any of its present faculty members or students. The alumni of this high school now number over two thousand five hundred, many of whom are successful business men and women and good citizens of their city and of our nation. We are justly proud of these alumni who have helped us to build so securely. In the light of the above discussion how does your school rate? We wish to congratulate Miss Schneiter and the Lan Hi staff for their desire to carry on the Lan Hi tradition in the publishing of this excellent record of the school. Sincerely,



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Mrs. Ioayne Gottschalk, attendance clerk, punches the time clock for every student at Lanphier by keeping track of the time he spends in school. Her day begins as the final morning bell rings for the beginning of school which brings on the scramble of latecomers for admits to classes. With the stream of latecomers corn- pleted, Mrs. Gottschalk receives the attendance slips from various classes and begins to find out who is missing. If the absentee has a tele- phone, she calls his home to learn the cause of his absence. Compiling the honor roll for the Whole school and arranging the monthly attendance record in sequential order form more of her duties. lo is indeed one of the alert Workers at Lanphier, and her amiable personality wins for her many friends among the students and faculty. Miss McCann's most important duty is serving as Mr. Stickney's private secretary. One of the many tasks she performs for him is taking dictation and managing his corre- spondence. The scheduling of all the classes is a product of her toil. When the teachers pass out guide sheets, review sheets, and tests to the students, they can thank Miss McCann and Mrs. Gottschalk for typing and mimeographing them. Recording grades on the office records, Writing transcripts, making out eligibility slips before each athletic event, and ordering sup- plies needed in all departments of the school are some of her everyday duties. She also acts as treasurer of the school, taking care of the money for various organizations. Her constant readiness to help anyone in need is greatly appreciated by both students and faculty. Counter-Girls Mrs. Ioayne Gottschcrlk Miss Mcxrie McCann 5 ,.. t7 f , fi 67

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