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Page 9 text:
Being seniors, we perhaps realize more the
opportunities given us by the community. We
recognize that the school is something more
than a place to go every day or a place to meet
friends. It is the opportunity given us to make
our lives more useful.
Knowledge is necessary in becoming a sucf
cess, but without character, personality, service
MRS. DORIS LANG! AHB
Another trait needed is the ability to assof
ciate with other people, a trait acquired through
experience-especially at social functions which
help us acquire this trait.
None of these, however, could easily be obf
tained alone. Without the help of our sponf
sors, we would be helpless. The money spent
by the community would be lost, for around the
sponsor centers our destiny. Our sponsors
guide us and help us through our school years
-help us acquire these necessary traits in order
that we may live more efhciently.
Therefore, the Senior class of 1940 dedicates
its publication of the Lebanon High School
Cedars to its sponsors, Mrs. Doris Langjahr and
Mr. Glenn Neeves.
and dependability we would accomplish nothf
ing. These qualities put us and keep us on the
path to happiness and security.
MR. GLENN NEEVES
Page 8 text:
One day I happened to notice Charles W.
Eliot's description of personality-a much'
spokenfofftopic which is often misunderf
"Everyone now believes that there is in a
man an animating, ruling, characteristic
essence, or spirit, which is himself. This
spirit, dull or bright, petty or grand, pure or
foul, looks out of the eyes, sounds in the
voice and appears in the manners of each
individual. It is what we call personality."
Books have personalities too. Some seem
dull, dovvncast, while others are cheerful and
bring happiness. This has been the desire
of the 1940 Cedars staff-to publish a book
full of cheer and bring happiness through
cherished memories of high school days.
And so the Cedars, published by the class
of 540, has been packed with snapshots,
writefups, and pictures of all phases of school
life. RoBERT F. LoNo.
Page 10 text:
ALVA HUDSON BILL HUDSON GEORGE CANNON
"This is the way we scrub the floor, scrub the floor,
This is the way we wash the windows, wash the
In a major way the song from childhood days could
well be applied to those unsung heroes who keep our
school building in tipftoplshape. The men referred to,
of course, are the custodians of Lebanon High School.
All summer long, while everyone is'enjoying a vaca-
tion, these men are working. Floors must be scrubbed
and waxed, and desks cleaned and polished. Windows
must be cleaned and blackboards put into shape. These
are but a few of the tasks performed by these men to
put our institution of learning in the most possible sanif
But their labor does not end here. When school begins,
they are still on the job. Every evening after the dis'
missal bell rings, these men, together with their host of
N. Y. A. helpers, shoulder their brooms, mops and
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dustpans and go to work. Every room from the third
floor to the basement must be put in readiness for the
next day's use.
The floor of Lebanon High School's spacious new gym
is kept in perfect condition through the untiring efforts
of these backstage workers. In the wintertime it is the
duty of the janitors to build the fire in the furnace and
keep every room at the .correct temperature. They must
supply heat for all events outside of school time which
are held in this building.
And so time marches on! 'Twas back in 1920 that
Alva Hudson first put in appearance as janitor in the
junior high building, where he retains this position today.
Before coming to the high school, Bill Hudson worked in
this profession in the Stokes school. George Cannon, the
last one to join this force, puts forth his efforts and his
time in the senior high building.
Oh, yes! These men are certainly deserving of all the
credit and praise that could be given them.
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