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Page 71 text:
Mrs. Ioayne Gottschalk, attendance clerk,
punches the time clock for every student at
Lanphier by keeping track of the time he spends
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
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
Mrs. Ioayne Gottschcrlk
Miss Mcxrie McCann
Page 70 text:
Miss Ruth O. Walker
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
Completing her orals at Pennsylvania State
College, Miss Walker took a major step to her
doctorate in the field of Industrial Psychology
With a very congenial smile and pleasing
appearance Miss Walker is indeed a very in-
timate part of Lanphier.
I f 1'
Mr. Lee W. Goby
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.
Page 72 text:
Mrs. Mlldrod M. Diotx...l-lanover College, A.B.y Indiana
University, M.S.: Quill and Scroll, Lanphier Light: 10' boys
and girls. Mill Marlo E. l"round...lllinois State Normal
University, B.Ed.g 12? girls.
Mlu Mlldrod Norton.. . University of Michigan, B.A. in Ed.:
10' girls. Min lmoqono Schnoiter . . . MacMurray A College,
BA.: University 'of Michigan, M.A.g Lan-I-lig 12' girls.
Min lolxunne Housor...Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A.g
Miami University, M.A.p Speech Club. Min Emily B. Lumoy
University ot Chicago, Ph.B.: Columbia University, M.A.g
English is fun as well as Workl
The work consists oi daily efforts to com-
municate better. We speak and listen so as to
more effectively exchange ideas. Clear and
accurate writing is studied and practiced. We
gain skill in reading through the use of a wide
range of materials.
Then comes the fun. There are discussions
of timely topics including worthwhile radio
and movie programs. In the speech class are
broadcasts, debates, and one-act plays. We
Write letters, short stories, and in journalism
class have our writing appear in print. News-
papers, magazines, and books are enjoyed,
and there are ample library facilities for all.
CARDS AND RECORDS interest both students and teachers.
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