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Page 13 text:
All credit should go, beyond a doubt, to
our school officials for making Lebanon High
School a fine educational center.
A man whom we should hold in high esteem
is a man who is supervisor of all the city
schools. He has the responsibility of over
1,500 students and yet he exhibits his worthy
ability in accomplishing many high standards
throughout the entire town. Mr. Van Riper
probably has more responsibility than any
other oflicial in the whole school.
Mr. Christian, our principal, plans caref
fully our programs for us, so we can be
MR. VAN RIPER
satisfied with our curriculum. He figures
carefully all curricular activities in order that
we may exhibit and express our sportsmanship
equally. Many of us have never thought of
the duties of our principal, but we should by
all means congratulate him and thank him
for his excellent accomplishments.
Another person who has much to do with
our school in making for it a good reputation
is Miss Etchison, assistant principal. We all
agree that she is worthy of her position and
we see her daily carrying out her program.
Miss Etchison also teaches English. We should
by all means thank Miss Etchison for her
Page 12 text:
The first Wednesday evening of each school
month, the school board convenes in the
superintendents oilice. Dr. O. R. Pfaff was
elected to preside over the school board, Mr.
Allen Parr, treasurer, and Mr. Elmer Stark
was voted secretary.
The school board can reserve the right to
make all arrangements with the superintendf
ent for holding the regular commencements,
as to the class sermon, the programs and diplof
mas, the holding place of commencement,
character of commencement exercises, and the
dress or costume of members of the class. The
board this year favored the cap and gown
costume for the graduating class.
DR. O. R. PFAFF
MR. ALLAN PARR
MR. ELMER STARK
The duties of the school board are varied.
They provide material equipment of the
school, employ the school staff and fill tem'
porary teaching vacancies, etc.
The board fixes the length of the school
term, dates of opening school and the time
and length of vacations. They fix the special
and local tuition, tax levies and the age and
time at which pupils may enter school. It is
also the duty of the board to establish ward
The public is invited to attend any meeting
of the board, secrecy of the board is not
allowed. No more than two members of the
board belong to the same political party. The
City Council appoints one new member each
year to serve a term of three years.
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3' N' 1
Page 14 text:
Ath. Bd. of Control,
Dean of Girls,
WAYNE VAN SICKLE
Music, Glee Clubs.
MARY ANN TAUER
Math, Eighth Grade
MARY ELLEN ARMSTRONG
Latin, English, Latin
Club, Senior Sunshine
Safety, B. B., Baseball
Coach, Ath. Bd. of
HAZEL SHAHAN M, M. lONES LYDIA BELL
Clerk. Science, Science Club History,
Sponsor. Iunior Sponsor.
MARY ANN MCINTYRE
LAVERNE ENDICOTT ,fp
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