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Personnel Perform Many Helpful Tasks The people responsible for the delicious lunches at Franklin are Helen Henry, Alma Uetrecht, Virginia Hopper, Ruth Brennan, Elsie Ecenbarger, Hilda Harmeyer, LaVern Evans, Helen Radke, and Esther Helmke. Franklin Junior High School could not run smoothly if it were not for the cooks, custodians and secretaries. The cooks were responsible for feeding over 700 people each day. Much planning and hard work went into each meal served. The school ' s custodians spent much time keeping the building clean in ad- dition to making sure ev- erything was working cor- rectly. Franklin School could not exist very long without its fine secretaries, Mrs. Wer- ling and Mrs. Archer. They were both kept very busy doing many and varied tasks. Mrs. Archer and Mrs. Werling are two very important people who helped in the functioning of Franklin. These people kept our school in top condition: Elmer Bever, Malcolm Mitchell, William Schane, Henry Schieb, and Louise Strall.
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Many Goals Throughout School Year Mrs. Sara Lantz— Language Arts Mrs. Barbara Lawrence — Developmental Language, Language Arts, Publications Mr. Carter W. Lohr— General Science Miss Ruth Minsel— Developmental Reading Mr. William Myers— Special Education Mr. Carroll Phillips— Social Studies and History Mr. Carl Reibs— Mathematics Mr. David Riley— Physical Education Mr. John Sawyer— Language Arts, Devel- opmental Language Mrs. Madge Schone— Health, Physical Ed- ucation Miss Elizabeth Shaner— Biology and Sci- ence Mr. Ben Simpson— General Mathematics, Citizenship Mrs. Donna Springer— French, Spanish, Language Arts Mrs. Joyce Stauffer— Library Mr. Roy Stuart— Language Arts Mr. Donald Weaver— General Mathemat- ics, Algebra Mrs. Margaret Wiggs— English Mr. Delmas Young— Algebra, Mathematics Mr. Melvin Zehner— Physical Education, Health 13
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ATHLETICS Athletics is one of the key ac- tivities that can unlock the door to success. Students develop fundamentals of athletics, learn good sportsmanship, and real- ize the importance of team- work, all of which can be useful now and in the future.
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