Lebanon High School - Cedars Yearbook (Lebanon, IN)

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Text from Pages 1 - 56 of the 1941 volume:

OF' LEBANON HIGH SCI-IOGL, PUBLISHED bythe Srzrxnom CLASS , ff ' 7 , 190151 Q um 1941 CEDA S Todiy prletlully all the wmld IS L!121f,Cd m W11 md we, the claws of l94l IFL Ql"lLlLllfII1g to be eonn 1 part of tl11t world At thls ensue m the xxorld 1 h1sto11 uerx one ID AIULFILI his been 1Sl1Ld to XX0llx l'OQLfl1Ll 1nd eo opuite m order t1 further our l'llIl0Dll defame pro Y 1m xnhmh IQ eo x1t1 to our nxnstu an Pnrhlps 1t I9 thoueht tl11t 1111411 Qehool Qtudents do not I'L1lllC the lmportmee f rl 1 151 t Thar OPINION IS wrong they do' Not onlx do they un Durmg the PISI yur eoopentlon between the tL1eherS md studenti md 1mong the Students them clue hw been lL'llllLil 111 the 1111111 sueeeseful no dUCIlOHS partus md prog: 11119 B1c.e1l1u1e1te 'md Commencement ue sxmhols of thu dmc LOOPLFI tlon In thxi 1941 msun of the Cedne vxlneh 19 ll'1 If self 1 product of eooperluon hx 111e111ha.rS of the st1H our semor glue presents u ldenu. of eooperztlon throughout rhe sehool Ill che form of snlpshots VQFIYLUPS, 1nd pmtures of Lebmon Hugh School l1fe B1 T11 G11 I 1 TTT Y no . , 1' "1 f 4 ' ' x 17 1 . . 'S ,Q X. Q 1 ' - 1 '-. 1 . - 1 1 -V 1 1- - 11 I- t I ' 1-1 1 ' 1- I - 1- - 3 ' 2 1 1 A1 - Mi Q ' ,111 X Q 1 Y Q K .' . xl '. Q 'N 0 ll.. QC 1 1 . ' . Y it E y ' Y X Y - derstand it, but they put it into practice. z. '1 , ' 'L h ' X Q1 11 1. 11 -1t "V1 ' 1 L , x. 111-A ls- - .1 4 '., Q .Q .. Ryu 1 All 4 . I ' N I X ' V D' I . A - ' K Q ' ' lyk 3. H K 3 V' x 'M ' Q ' X 'W . 1 A . L , ' I ' . " . A ' 4 ' . ' . "-1And the band played on!" It certainly did-all year long. At every con- vocation, at every basketball game, and other activi- ties, they furnished Lebanon High School with music In their maroon and gray uniforms, trimmed with black and gold, they presented a striking pic- ture at ex ery performance they gave The drum major and the five majorettes including little Shirley Van Sickle added charm and skill to the band s already spectacular entertainment Every student and faculty member in L H S was proud to say That s aux band, on the night of May 6 when the band presented a concert to the public Save the best until the last is the old adage, so now we introduee lntO our story the director of our band, Mr NVayne Van Sickle He has developed the band into one of the best in the state and deserves all the credit anyone can give im Considering all these facts the Senior Class has chosen to dedlelte this 1941 issue of the Cedars to Mr Van Slekle and the L H S band nf! 1 1401 4' a ff f Tb rc e V . . . . , . V , . . . . - .. , l I 1 1 6 C L 'e 3 9 ' ' ,, . ,, . . Q E . ' . V X 1 . ' . 1 3 ' I . u I N I l I K x I 1 w Q -, i ' . H l ' ' 1 . X" J 53. Q . . 4 'mf' . , V A, I J 2. , , i , J . f .l 29' ' at " 'C 1 'S -1, , 'V' A V L ' 'MSW WW 7 f " f' I U 1 29 Q. I ,0 .,. , ' , , W -f I 4 . f A 5 ' , , il i ,I ,f S Q I y V yy Z 4 ,, , I V, Q V! Y , 2 fa, wc? , 1 I 'ff ,ef 4 " 2 ,, , '- f , , L' -ff? ,, ' C 'T A -H, -v ,.,f' " V , v , , ' MR. XVAYN12 XIAN SICKLE JA I T0 ALVA HUDSON GEORGE CANNON BILL HUDSON JUNIOR HIGH BUILDING SPNIOR HIGH BUILDING ,,,..M-4'4" DId you notlcc how ele1n Ind spotless 'Ind In perfect condItIon everyfthmg w1s when you returned to school lIst fall? DId vou ever nOtIce how clefln the halls, ofhees, Ind classrooms look cy cry' mIrnIng7 Dld you ey er thmk why the buIl'l1ng WIS warm l1st wlnter when the 7cIo weltncr wws ragmg outs1de7 If you dId notlce these thmgs you no douht wondered who the heroes were thut dcyoted theIr SUITIITICI Ind then cy en Ings to leeepmg the buxldlngs Ind equIp Four ment lI'l tIp top shIpe so th1t we mIght st.1It Ind contlnue the school year In 1 well cqmpped and kept up hIgh school The men who 1re responsIble foI Ill these t1sles are the ynmtors, who worle mth thc help of the NYA students Lxery exemng after school they prep1re the bLllldlI'1gS for the next dlyf s use Aly I Hudson, BIll Hudson, Ind George Cmnon, our lInItor heroes , eompnsc I force thIt elnnot be belt' 3 , . y V 4' , V., , , , I . I I H - I . VW , E . , IL., Q, , B ', If P gi W! V , . . ,322 ' n 1 Q 35. x . zm.5?,T 1 ' , . 1. - I s I 7 - 5 - . . . K . " . . , , ' ' - ' I 1 . L a I 5 1 K K ' . l ' ' ' V o n a u ' 4 . . K . . , . . . . . I 5 re as X V ' Y ' 1 4 . . . . ,, ,. . . - . . Y ii P A D U Fil li MR ELMER STARK Sdmal Bama! At regular manthly meetlngs throughout the school year the school board conslstmg of thre members conyenes to regulate the schools and decxde upon matters brought before them pertamlng to school affairs ThlS year Mr Flmer Stark was chosen to preslde oyer the baard Wlth Dr O R Pfaff actlng as treasurer and Mr Allan Parr fllhng the posutuon f secretary Mr Stark has rendered hrs SCYXICCS to the board for nme years Mr Parr for two years wh1le th1s was Dr Pfaff s DROR PFAFF MR ALLAN PARK Hrst complete year as he served pre ylously only the unexplred term of our present mayor Perhaps the most nmportant duty of the school board IS the employment of the supermtendent prmclpals and teachers IH all the Clty schools Other dutles mclude the establlshmg of ward boundrles the flxmg of salarles of all employees of the school the approx al of an annual budget the provlsuon of bu1ld1ngs and the lxeepmg up of repalrs on those bu1ld1ngs the approx al on all clarms for school expendlturcs the de term1nat1on of the length of the school term and the makmg of the arrange ments for commencement Six 4 r f 1 . . 0 9 N' 1 s 4 4 . 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I , 4 4 Y , 4 1 y l 1 , 4 5 - , 4 4 - At the head of our city schools is 1 mln whose responsibility is grelt yct he presides with great t1Lt ox er the three grade schools, Junior High and Senior High school, exhibiting his ability 1n guiding the many necessary activities and solung the problems which make a better school system All this responsibility iests upon the shoulders of our superintendent, Mr Paul V1n Riper Last September when we entered school our programs were arranged for us Ihch matter of any 1mport1nce throughout the year w1s taken before this executne Ihch blue slip hid to bear the initials T L C E1ch boy went to this man to receixe excuses for his 1bsences Permissions had to be gained from the our pr1nc1p1l He is cermmly deseiung of 'ull the prsusc that cm be bcstowcd upon him Thcst slme duties must be pcrformed in umor High School too and Miss Grace Itchison, 1ss1st1nt principal is alwlys on hand to render her services I addition to her executixe position, Miss Ltchison also teaches Fnglish Hu success in supervising the training of younger pupils to become good c1t17ens and good students in high school is 1 proof of her 1b1l1ty MR VAN RIPLR Miss EFLHISON MR CHRISTIXN Srl eu Q. W P .R Q 1 . .. . g Q x 7. , 6 . . . .. V C A T C K A 4 7 . L .A office of this gentleman. The executive behind all this is Mr. T. L. Christian, i ' . . i ' .' ' "i ' . .'. . 2 ' x 2 . Q X . J . . , y K T . ' f ' . i . i i . , ' . Q ' . ' .. n Ron I W Il L1Av1 HRATH HlSf.0lX Hl,f:h School Athletlci BaSeball Coach HAZLL SHAHAN Fleik Juv LLL KINLAID Health Math li High Athletics Sth Giaule Sponioi Ron ll MARY ANN TAUI R Englwh Jumol Sponsoi WALTER TYRR English Biblical Lit Senioi Sponsoi MARX ELLFN ARMSTRONG Latin Englmh Latin Club Semoi Sunshine QPOHSOI Run Ill Pwl IUSTICI II'lflllSf,ll3l Alta BARBARA GIBBS Homp Fconomicx QPFIIOI qllI1ShlI'lO Home Club Sponsm M JONIS Scum Sclanu Club Sponsoi Ron IV AIMA MQNTAL Muon Flu Clube DWIGHT Moon Induotlial Alto Safe-tv flth Glade Sponooi MURIE1. MAHONIQX' Art' 8th C radn Sponsor Rr u' V- MARNIW RICZHIH' Social Studies' Junior Sponsor RUTH BROOKSHIRIE Liblary Senior Sunshine 9th Grade Sponsor MYRON TAUER Math' Sophomore Sponsor R lc' VI- WAYNIS VAN SICKLIE Musicg Band MARY ANN lVlC1lNTYRIi Enfrlisli, Mathvmaticsg Sq-nior Sponml' ACULTY Eight Row I Hru N KENWORTHY Mathematica Ath Bd of Control Dean of C lllS School Treasurer GI i N Nenvrs Hietoiv Hi Y Rcc Room Act LILLIAN WITT Histoiv Si Natl Honoi Soc Senior Sunehmc Sponsoi Ron ll Ric HARD CLAY Mathematics Sophomore Sponsoi Louisi MURPHX Commeicc louinalwm Pennant Cedaw Quill ani Scioll Commercial Club Employment Ric HARD KRAUSI l-nglwh Public Speaking, Dramatics Debate Rau III BITTY ARNSMAN Ficnch Englieh Ficnch Club Rec Room Act AUSTIN MYI RS ance imc lul Spo Doi om s CAvimsr1 i Clommeicc Commcicial Club Senioi Sunshine Sponwoi Fmplovment Row IV CHI sTrR SLYRIGHT Sc ance Sclcnu Klub Sponeoi KATHRXN Hhku Phvolcal Education Ath Bd of Fontiol 7th C made Sponwor Rec Room Act Pfxui NEUMAN Phxsical Education Safety Basketball Coach Ath Bd of Contiol Boosterm Club Rn IL V Diwisi 1 LF S11 PHFNSON fcn Science Health I Sumhinc Sponeoi Guidance Dnectoi ALBI RT LONGBRAKI Induitilal Arts Hi Y Booitcm Club Sponool Bmunz CUSTER Homc Economics Math- 7th Grade Sponsor Rau' V1- CHARLLS RAIWEY English Public Speaking Dramatics Debate Lim. SHINN Fngzlish' Sophomore Sponsor . CULTY if Niue' .Samoa Glau Jluiofuf In the fall of 1937 one hundred and twenty fuye Coy and nonehalant students entered as the Freshman class In that year Robert Morrus Jack Chaulle and Anna Jane Summons were elected presudent yuce presudent and secretary treasurer respectuyely I was decuded that on November 5 our freshman class party would be held and wuth the assustance of our sponsors Muss Mary Ellen Armstrong and Mr Mar vun Ruchey our furst was a yery successful one Now we are sophomores' We held structly to the rule that year that women are the weaker sex for we elected Fred Iacobellu presudent Robert Walters vuce presudent Wray Fruend secretary treasurer Sponsor Albert Longbrake helped the class to make our party un November another vuctory un our name Durmg the last of September we Qwhat was known as the unuor class gathered un the lubrary to choose George McNaughton presudent by unanumous vote Claur Young yuce presudent and Anna Jane Summons was chosen to run the fanancual end of the class On October 13 under the durectuon of ouu sponsors Muss Lydua Bell and Mr Myron Tauer we held our class party un the gymnasuum As thus oc casuon occured upon Fruday the 13th the program was based upon superstutuon The program commut tee for thus affaur consusted of Wray Fruend ehaur man June Proffitt ames McDan1el and Robert Walters Junuor Swope was un charge of the tucket sale wuth Rosemary Martun Barbara Beck and commuttee consusted of Robert Morrus chaurman Phyllus Scufres Frank Crowl and Donald Watkuns We were the first students to produce a unuou Carnuyal whuch was to take the place of a unuor play through whuch we would obtaun money to pre sent the junuor Senuor Receptuon un the sprung Thus gala ey ent held on November 3 resembled a regular carnuy al wuth uts booths of rung toss fortune tellung and freak shows The chaurmen Frank Crowl june Proffitt Betty Gullette Rosemary Martun Phyllus Scufres Anna aneS1mmons Claur Young and ulua ones selected theur own commuttees Thus was yery successful fanancually and was at tended by students faculty and townspeople The only formal event of the year was the unuor Senuor Receptuon held un the gymnasuum whuch prouuded the Senuors Qand we tooj vuuth a most enjoy able eyenung The program and decora tuons follovsed an oruental theme Commuttee ehauu men for the affaur were as follows unvutatuon W ray Fruend receptuon George McNaughton decoratuon Rosemary Martun entertaunment une Proffitt freshment Phyllus Scufres work Deuel Slagle and dance Betty Gullette Thus closed our yunuor year Our last year found us mungled wuth many functuons whuch clumaxed our hugh school career Actuvutues got under way early thus year when the Senuor Dunner Party was held October ll un the Central Chrustuan Church at 6 30 After the dunner whuch was un charge of jack West chaurman anus Megley Beth Cragun jane Puttunger and unuor Swope there was the candelabrum ceremony and after dunner speeches guyen by Mr X an Ruper Dan Martun presudent of the class Phyllus Scufres Mary Lee Clune Claur Young and Wray Fruend After these talks the party proceeded to the unuor Hugh Assembly where the program was un charge of ack Chaulle chaurman Beyerly Cluek Norma Perkuns and Cecul Gules The program consusted of a play and a short game of Truth and Consequences vsuth lack West and Bob Walters leadung the game After the program dancung was enjoyed un the Dugout wuth about one hundred and twenty fuye students and faculty present at the party The church was decorated un gold and black Sunce the theme of the party was based on the buuld ung of skyscrapers one was placed un thc center of each table Wednesday Noyember 20 was Homecomung where we enacted a Horse Round Up The program mony Charles Thompson prosecutung attorney guye the I-Iomecomung address After the program tea was sery ed to the mem bers of the reunuon classes un specual reunuon rooms At 7 45 oclock Brownsburg and Lebanon played the Homecomung basketball game On Aprul 25 vue vuere guests of the lunuous fou the annual unuor Senuor Receptuon vshueh was held un the lubrary under the durectuon of Muss Mary Ann Tauer and Mr Maryun Ruchey yunuor sponsors As the appounted hour approached we were the center of attraetuon Accordung to custom Bacca laureate was held on May 25 Class Nught on May followung on the 29th In full cooperatuon wuth our sponsors Mrs Mary Ann McIntyre and Mr Walter Ty re were our class ofhcers Dan Martun presudent Ch urles Ruchardson yuee presudent and Fyelyn Wulson secretary treasur We un ouu Caps and Govt ns on C ommencem nr nught found ourselyes passung through the doom uys to take our respectuxe place un the would Ten U I x ,- v ' . 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' - '-- ' , ' . , . u I K F I ' K r r : ' ' ' Q 7 v ' f C ' r - I l Seneca efaup Do you remember teachers of L H S the other day when you were dr1y1ng down Broadway 1n your conyert1ble 1961 autoplane and D1ck Fuller your chauffeur po1nted out Dan Mart1n stroll1ng down the gold paved W P A street? You not1ced h1s formal att1re Stflpped trousers well cut morn1ng coat tall s1lk hat and Malotta cane Your car careened to a stop by a beaut1ful orange flre plug Dan expressed h1S pleasure at see1ng you after twenty years You asked h1m what he was dolng and w1th a proud sm1le he gestured toward a magmficent marble 200 story skyscraper I ney er thought he laughed that 1n October of 40 at the Semor D1nner Party when I nervously began to talk about skyscrapers that I should some day own one ust then you heard the pltter patter of flat feet and frlghtened you turned and saw a fam1l1ar ruddy face beammg upon you HIS blue un1form and gleammg brass buttons plus the beaut1ful orange fire plug d1d noth :ng to reassure you Po1nt1ng to the Ere plug 1n a bell1gerent VOICC he asked What do you tlamk that s9 Well th1s IS a t1cket' Look1ng at the s1gnaturc you dxscovered that th1s strong arm of the law was your old pup1l EFCIC W1ll12mS Why Erc1e you sald dont you recogn1ze your former teachers? Del1ghted he shook hands all around but desp1te fr1endsh1p when he left you were st1ll 1n possesslon of the tlCkCt You crossed the street and approached a huge bu1ld1ng The doorman dressed 1n a spat less whxte gold bra1ded unlform you real1zed was Bob LCWIS H1s courteous manner procla1m d hum to be just the man for the job You entered and 111 the lobby notlced a door on wh1ch was 1nscr1bed R1t7 Salon Dan followmg your glance sand o you remember Gertrude Connor and Iztta Reyeal7 They ovsn th1s exclusne beauty salon As you st1olled past the door Dan wh1spered See the lady w1th the furs and Pekmese dog enter1ng the salon Her name IS Mrs acob Castor Vandertorndown III whom you knew at Kathleen Hooton Through the w1ndow you saw V1y1an Rose g1v1ng a man1cure to Betty Sherman You crovs ded 1nto the luxur1ous ly carpeted eley ator and you 1mmed1ately recogmzed B1ll Newk1rk the eiFc1ent eley ator boy Some dav Dan told us th1s fellow w1ll be my oflace manager Turn1ng to Blll Dan sa1d Th1rd floor B1ll Fol low1ng h1m down the long hall you obseryed an open door from wh1ch 1ssued sounds of rapld ty plng At the ty pewr1ter sat your old office asslstlnt Mlld red Ba1ley She was the head of a large office stlfl Among the stenographers you recogn11ed vsere B th Cragun and Mary Hays Dan led us 1nto the 1nner sanctuary marked Pr11 ate Leanmg back beautlful mahogany swnel chalr h1s feet on h1s large l1ttered desk was Lawyer Jack fShy ster Cha1lle Your feet sank ankle deep 1n the deep blue or1ental rug Jack told you that the cl1ent that had just left was Mrs James McDan1el noted ear spe CIHIISK and the former M1ldred Gosnell who had been Hlmg su1t for d1yorce from her husband She cla1med ack cont1nued that 1mmy spent all h1s t1me look1ng at h1s collect1on of d1amonds 1nstead of her He also told you that Debutante V1rg1n1a H1ne was su1ng your old chum M1ckey M1tchell for salt and battery It seems he began throwlng th1ngs after she trumped h1s ace Uack however was sympathet1c w1th M1ckeyj As he returned to h1s nap you tlpfOCd out qu1etly Entermg an eleya tor you not1ced the operator Barbara Beck Her amb1t1on she told us was to be a hotel hostess Cross1ng the hall on the seventh floor you heard the soft tones of a p1pe organ play1ng G1ve Me That Old T1me Rel1g1on You observed on the door Clayton Brown Izdltor Chr1st1an Herald first you fa1led to recogn1ze Clay ton because of h1s long beard He was go1ng oy er manuscr1pts w1th h1s s1ster Edra for the well known weekly church magaz1ne He had representatn es all over the world two of h1s stars be1ng Leona Mart1n and Betty Walker On the 14th floor you found a very exclu SIVC ta1lor shop owned by Fred Iacobell1 whose world s famous haberdashery attracted you 1mmed1 ately B1ll H1ne and Clarence Stephens were personallty plus salesmen nn Fred s shop Dan next ters A R1tch1e was the saleswoman and Xernon Caldwell was the expert soda yerker On the 20th floor you found ames Clemens d1str1ct pres1dent of the Shell O11 COFPOFHCIOH We entered a bowl1ng alley next wh1ch was owned by Bob Potts Mary and Joe Copenhaver and Don Wh1taker all had scores of over 275 Dan next led you to the 35th floor You were startled by seemg queer p ople ntermg a door at the end of the hall Out of cur1 OSlfy you followed them IDCO the office of a world famous physcholog1st Paul N1chols Paul was s1t tlng on the floor play1ng blocks w1th one of h1s less ser1ous pat1ents and w1th a sly gl1nt ID h1s eve ask1ng lead1ng quest1ons One of h1s pat1ents who had suffered 1 nervous breakdown was the br1ll1ant SCICDKISI Don Watklns Another pat1ent was Nor man McCoy who was temporar1ly unbalanced men tllly haymg spent the best years of h1s llfe lookmg for a fellovy Republncan On the 50th floor you found that M1lburn Watts and Gene Bramblett were to pa1tners1n a profess1onal athlet1c assoc1at1on M11 bu1n took cart of the basketball S1dC of It and Gene QCont1nued on Page Flfty tvsoj Tuelw I r ' 1 r D 1 - - -1 1 V . 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' ' BO ' Rau 3 IIM MCDANIYL Cedarc Pennant Q Ca nl Com H1 H Commerm 1al l lub 1 n c C 1 PHYLLIS STOOKLX Cedarb Commerclal Cl11b Q Qunshlne Soc' Sclence Club FDXVIN R1TcH1r As'-1Qt Sclenve Club Cand hrum Row 4- BIHTTY GILLhTTP Iad1tor of Cedars Iatln Club Sr Candy Cum Sr Sunshxnc- Son Qulll and Scroll Commer 1111 Club Qr Natl Honor Qot BILL JORDAN Cedars Pennant C ommerm ul Club Sc1enme Cluh Ath lid Control Intervlass liasketl1 ill R051 MARY TURNLR Cedarx Pennant Lummmrual Klub Qr Slll'lbl'llll9 but Q1 11114 lb Home 1-1 C uh A Qlllll and Qc-roll SE Rru 1 Rau 2 CONSTANC1 MCCABI RAN FRIEND Cr1mmerr'1al Club un edars f.ned1tnr nf Pennant me Qot Qrlenv fluls Bnoxters Club Qtudent Qomal om H1 Qlllll and Qc-ro Qr Nat l Honor Qouetx jfvvihs CLEMPNS ITH CRAGUN Pennant H1 1 U,mmeru,,1 Commerrlal Club Senlor 5 ln Club shlne Councll Sr Natl Honor Qouetx SCIENCE Club Home E0 Club Qr Office Asslst Row 5 C 1 c ll GILFS K edar-. Comme-renal C I 1 l Vlre Pres Qmenve Club Ath lid of Control V11 e Prea I term la-.s Basketball R031 MARY MARTIN C lee Club Commerclal Club Q bun-.h1ne Soc Q Nat l Honor Soc SCIENCE Club IM R W1 ST mal Com Pre-. lnterclass lbw ketball Hand H1X Commerrml Rau, 6 NINA SWHMT Commerr 1al Club Q Qun hme Qom Home Pr Club G1 NI BRAMBLYTT Q Lands Com I nterc-lawns Basketball JANI5 MLGLI Y Lui 1rs Lommn r1 1.11 Cl11b Sr Sunshlnc Sox Qc leme Club umm If K 1 1 I 0 Fourteen l , 1 1 3 . 2 XX' ' A , ' .Sr.S- f".'.'-' ' Sb' 1 '..1" S' ' .' I , - . ' 1' .. '-Y. ' .. ll 1 ' 1 ' Bi K 4 r V Q I , ' 1 1 S1-'A-L flul' 1 l ' -.,, .4 ll ' nh : ' 1 , ' . 1, ' ' ,ri .r. ' .' ' .. .r. ' 3 1 1 2 Cedars, Boosters, Hi-Y, Lab .C9dHTS. Tennant. Student So- f'l11b l U l '. ' H. ' , S , ' " , , .r. . .- s' . V ' .r. ' ,' .. lizweball. 5 I .- K 1. 11 C- 1.-. 3111' A I ' Cl. . f'. Tl , G. . A., Rru I IUNIOR Swovr Yell I eader Cedars lcnn IIII Commerc Ial Club Quxll and qf'l"0ll lnterl lass Basketlmll I VI Rl I CLICK Lexar lennant lummzrrul lub Q Smshxne Sm UIIIIL Awlst H L, I A-.AISI Row 2 lVlIl DRI D GOSNIQLL :sm I' 0 Ir :nur ennant gr Candx Cum Com mercxal Cluh Sr Sunshine Soc QIIIII and Qc-roll C A A Home PI' C Ib BOB SWOPI Interclass Basketball Com mercxal Club nu 3 IUI IA JONES II of ar en n C A A luxmmervml r un Ine In IIII I ml Q Nat I Humor Qc I H1 an I QL 161119 III Home I-I C lub Candelahrum NORM A N MQCOI Interrlas Basketball um mermal Club XIIXN STIWART flee flulv Cnmmerclal I I Sr Qunshmc Qoc' Roll 4 MARION PI RKINS Commerw Ial f lub BARBARA BI c R nmmerm ml I I I un uc Ienf e fl b Home Club X PRVONI CAI Im hLL Cedar Pennant HI X Lum merclal Club A 1 QI IQDPC Club Ron' D BI TTI SI-ILRINIAN I l m n Iurm III K uh gr gun hme qw Slums Inc L I-IINI QI IGIILC Club WARN HMS Commerclal Cluh un shlne Soc QCIGHCE' Club Hume Fc Club Rau I' CI M TON. BRoxx x III l X I wxuj PITIIxQ.IR so mmIrzIIl S Sunshlne Sm mL Club CI I xx COOPIR, R mmnrf III I SE IOIl Fzfteen I " 1 i I 4 : I , ' : . A.: '. Id. C dz s, lil' III' , " . ' ll 1 . I . ' I' -. - 1. II L ' " B-1 41 J ' 5 C , .r. 1 A ' Sr. ' "'- ., Jr. lfh Lil. Assam. Hd. f C I S, I' - Sr. f':nIv CII .. VII II I "1 na I. I. . ., ' " 'I .... s' . Club. S. S sh' S Qf VIIIII, Sr. 01" Avid. :nfl SI' l, .r. ' . --.. I, I A.-.fs ., , -' - Cl I. Bu. Q is . K' . A v , Ii,-ld, :I V. ,1Sr.S- Y 3 'L . ' PIII. 1' , -i , 1- I ' 1 ' . ' .' ".' ,' -' ' Iulur-. lbelzl -, N. I". l... lia ' I' -II., sr. S - -1 ' S -- 51' ' 711- HP- III- CIIIII, cg.. r'IIII.. .'r. .' I .' Hn - liv. f - V, . I I . 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'VI IRI IIN HINSHANI Intern II li Iwketball Row 2 BILL NI WKIRK Hand Cummercml Club JI ANNI MILLhR gr Cdndx Com Clee Cl Ib Qr Qunehme Soc SCIEDCC Club Home I' Club Sec Treas Rau 3 ATHLI- I N HOOTOIN Cedars Pennant Sr Candx Com Cummers Ial Club Pres Q Yunfxhlne Soc QIIII and Qrrnll Yr Office As--Ist UNIOII Worm lnterclav- Basketball Cum merrml Club MARY L COPINHANIR Cnmmerrlal Club Q gun Ine Qu: Home l' f III Role 4- CIAIIINU STFIIHIINS Commervml Club ARY Lou XVANNUN S Cnmmercml Club S Qun shlne Que' QFIEDPP Club MARION FRI NCH Cedar: Cummervml Club Row J INORMA PI RIQINS IIIII and 94 roll Cedar Pen nant Cnmmerm ml Club Q Sun-.hme Qu: Q1 Ienve Cluh DON WATKINS Cl Ib HI Y Kummerm Ial Club Sr Natl Hunor Soc I ab As SI Ienr L C I BI TIY UIC K Cedars Cummers I'Il Club gr Yun-.hlne 900 Home Pc Club Qr Office Awut Row 6 lor Com NHAVIQR eel HI Mmm JANI NILSOIN enn lhl lunch Fnm fommerrml f I Ib Sr Qunshlne on em L fl lx Q 0 ce 'X'-us! hkc ll WII I mms HI Y fummnrxul C' III SE IOR Sm mzfewz 0 ' - - I I 5 ' dz s, ' ' , . . 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Annual Class Party Where? Dugout Why? To lntroduce lll umor buys to ae fairer members of their class NX hen? Tonnght and what a nxght' XX ho? All members of the union elass but xery fevx dates Hoya? Well 1 s ec e one vs ho attended the Skool DIIC party Oetober 16 I-Iovs could anyone forget thls du? Porter XICC presxdent and lmma Lee Wade seere tary treasurer and the elass sp msoxs Mass Mary Ann Tauer and Mr Vlarxln Rlchey chose the following commnttees to plan the umor party On the pro gram commlttee Barbara Heady was chaxrman and Patsy Barnett George Updlke Rebecca Ragsdale Fred MlllCf and Stephen NY ard assisted Next we meet the busy yumors planmny, the umor Jamboree whlch was held at 7 30 o clock Nlo Xember 8 m the gy mnaslum At 7 00 oclock that eyenmg a parade headed by the Lebanon Hlgh School band marched from the gym around town and then back to the gy mnaslum Many d1fferent slde shows and carmy al attraetlons were featured and these drew a large crowd of the faculty townspeople and students After the jamboree was oyer boree Dance vxas gn en un the Dugout The Junlor Semor Receptlon wls held IH the Library Aprxl 25 The Llbrary was beautifully de corated and elrrled out the theme of Alxce ln Won derland The Semors proved the1r supernor when B111 Smlleys pants turned from thelr natural eolon to a pamty black' October 23 Spooks and wltches haunted the Dug out when the first mlxer of the year was eele brated Becky Ragsdale was Mistress of Cere momes for thus Halloween Mxxen October 24 Today a great crash clme H1 Gene Thompson s llfe as a umor also the llfe of hls first car' Noyember 8 The scene 1n the gym would haye made any great showman feel eontent as the blggest carms al ln the hnstory of Lebanon Hugh School took place lNoy ember 28 The umor elass ms fortunlte to hue Barbara Heady as one of nts members She xx on the glrls County Oratorlell Contest today Deeember 2 Sue Pullllm and Many Lounse Rexel won bronze ty pe plns Deeember 8 When ohn Updlke seratehed on 1 door tomght he was mlstaken for a dog Deeember 70 XY lnle the band was naarehmg nn the street today lugene Boxxexs vs as dovu ned by 1 cal lContmued on Page Flfty twoj Twenty o n ' V ' , V' ' . : . ,- S 1 1 , 1 1 4 1 1 , ' , . . . . . 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NPLOND ROW Marx C Mvilain e Rurri 'Vlarx I' Tanner Dnnalrl Sulllxan Norma W1 l Allnrl Qhirlex Paulxm R1 up Holy Mason l'HlRD ROV! Fxeretl Fleming. tx Camk l-xelx illliam Juan falclxxdl Virgil itanheld Wilma Ihxirl ox Adrian Artman Marie M4lntxrc' 0IlR'l H ROW f enexiexe Hx r rad Mauru e Qheet Charlotte Anna Herhert Helm Marx I 4 lil l F erkln Relxer 1 a 1 cr Rlll Ruhi on lI' TH ROW Bob Parr Marx L lixer Hu gent! 1' lurenu 0 Shirlex Huh Iantz Violet Plet 4 her Ilaxld Thomp un He en Neal IXTH ROV! He tx lox l fx d Hurt mr Thelm x Haxens lf xerett xrdmk liar ara :rr Xlher Munro Annabelle Dale Nelhrvn H1 flu I' X l' N FH ROW Marion H0 Nh Milrlrul llc-Mutt, Winston ferrill, as -,'.' : Hum 1 Q-, 'urost 1' - v, P rut x 'zirren, mx Hartman, ui-nv Mvfrax' IIFHTH ROW Iicnnra Reese. 'Irvin Hunt. Clara Doyle, Jamo: Cmwhman, Delores Reveal, on ful, f'eor1.ia Fupf-land, Rivlxarrl Arxriersnn NlN'l'H ROW lidxvin Raldwin. urx .lane IleMars. Hulluman . r xs, Zoe Mvflanie, Max Stev- ens, fa , 1 la es, Rivhard V'l:-wx. liarlmra Campbell l'l'1N'1'H ROW -f Janelle VN'iln'ux. VVHI11,-r VVills. Marx' Ellen VVil- hfvite. The fnllnwim: freshmen! pirtares du nf-t amxearl: Phyllis l.exx'is. Dick Fxilwider, Keith Campbell, Lloyd Shilling, and Eunice Shilling. 197112571 Qaeda Glau .1-'l11u'ofuf The members of the Llf.,I1II'l erlde eleeted the followlng, students IS then eI1ss ofheers presldent 1eI1 Lenox nee pnesndent Don Wlll seeretux trelsurer, Betts W 1Il1ee Nlnss 'wiuruel Mlhonex and M1 euell Kxnend were the sponsors of thus ellss At 4 00 o CIoel1 Tuesdn Oetober 10 thex elthered ln the Iumor High Audxtorxum for thelr elmss p1rtx I'he progrlm eommlttee vms eomposed of Lens Morrls and Norml Ottermmn ehmrmen 'Wlrlon SIIQQIL III1 'me XY heeIer Bulls Yelton, Chwles Br udley Robert Chlmbers md X lrglnnx RCld Pollowmg the PIOQIIITI the students vuent to the Dugout where thu plued g1mes ind dlneed 1nd refreshments vuere serxed bs the refreshment eommlttee Bobbx BOVNIUIII ehurmm Plttx Hlrmon XX1nd1 MeRobexts Ind Budd Wtde Robert Agln Mlxme Hudson Rlndlll Nisers und Norml Iee Vslntens were ID ehlrge ofthe t1el1et s1Ie Seaewih Qaeda Glau 11-ll14lof11f In the sesenth grzde I rnest P1reeIs wls eleeted presndent Ru mond X In 1usd1II nee presldent 1nd lmes Svvuls, seeremrx trelsurer Nlembers of the eI1ss h1ld thexr cllss PTFCN on the lfternoon of Oetober I5 Those IPPCIFIDKQ on the progrlm were Imogene Gnpson, Leon B1rt0n GCCJFglI1l1l Iurmln Norml Lee Gregg Nhrjorne Holhngsvnorth Clnre I-Iuekstep Rose Dove den Bettx o Reese md tequelune Ulrex Nhss Klthrxn I-Ierle md Wlss Blrdle I IX Luster spousors were ISSISICI hx the progrlm eommlttee, helded by Phxllxs XV1lI1er eh urm rn After the progrnn the 3,uests proeeeded to the Dugout where dmemg plng pong 1nd shuffIe hozrd were enpox ed The refreshments were serx ed dur Ing., the reereatmn tume Twenty nine I I 1 1 1 1, ,. 11 1 1 1 , 1 . 1- . 1 . .1 . . . , 1,.. 1 . 1 ..1 1 -. 111- -1 1 7, . 1 1,--- 1. ,. . 1 -1 .1 , , 1 , . 1 4 1. 1 7 111 - f 1 . 1-1 - 1 11 1, 11-1 1 1 1 . 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Iune Piofhtt Ma 116 Iohnson VWIHN Fiiend Iudv Ione-. Iennx lou Budd FIRST ROVS Ienm Lou Bud' Bevelly Cllek Kathleen Hoo ton Mildled Gosnell Bettx Clllette Nolma PQIRIHS 'Vlll ie B3llQX Betts Quick ITOIIN Chambers Ianis Meelc x SECOND ROV! Agatha Rlehu Geltlude Connex Iudx Iones Maltha Muston June Piofiitt Phylhs Stookey Rosemaix Tulnei Betty MOIIOW Anna Jane Slmmons Phyllis QCIIIILS THIRD ROW Don Watkms lack Chaxlle Eddie Ritchie Chai les Thompson Gene Whelehel Vernon Caldwell Wiay Friend Miss Muiphy sponsor FOURTH ROW Bill Ioidan Bob MOIIIS Bob Walters Ceell Files Walter Anderson C las ton Broun Mallon Fleneh Qmllamfgc-no!! The membership of thc Il d Seloll honorwrx journslllstle SOLICIQ wws increased fiemq three members in the fall to 16 members in the s rung It is 1 high honor to be reeen ed into this soenets md certain qu1l1Hc1t1ons 1re neeessfary before 1 stu dent IS ellgible Those qu1l1Hc1t1ons ire 1 student must be If lelst 1 junior nn high school he must do outstsmdmg work in ereltlxe writing he must be re eommended by his mstruetor he must b in the upper third of his Cllss m ill other subjeets md he must be lceepted by the Nitionil Seeretiry The purpose of the soeletx is to eneoumge bet ter school pubhcitlons 1nd eneoumge students to l more ereatnc work lpfllss LOUISC Murphy is sponsor of the Quill 1nd Scro eecfcwfi Sfoff I' e l94l Cedwrs stifl vxls scleeted lx iliss Ioulsc Muiphx , sponsor An extenslxe subserlptlon drue vs 19 curled on bx Ceell Giles ind Bob XX ilters the e11eul1t1on m1n igers A eontest tmone ill the home rooms vms held 1nd vs is in the form of building slexsempers Home room 47 vuon in the semoi hxeh 1nd home Icom 1 in the junior hleh A totll of 550 subserip tlons vsere obtuned The theme of the Cedlrs building slqserlp els wx is seleeted by 1 theme eommittee mwde up of s xen meml is of the Cedus s fl bndex the dueetion of Bettx Gillette 'Xllldled Cosnell d ull ones the editor Ind 'assoemte edltors, the vxorle of the Cedlrs vi ts plinned 1nd C1r rled out xerx sueeessfullx Tblrlg four V . 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Iette NI.-11x Lee Flme Luellle ll 111 Ro e111a1x Iohnx 11121 -X1 t111.111 X11Q1111.1 YW alku FOI HTH ROW Hugh T3.Hl'1ll Ruth 'VIetLge1 Eumem B1oxx11 Ahee H3I11lll0H Phxlll 'QC1 ILN Bettx IVIOIIOXN Jack H1ek Daxe LaH1n FIFTH ROVI D011 Ie111o11 Bolx lllllt ae 21 1 1 Q II1lxN a1le R1eh.11 N011 Don WIN 1 I1111 D 1L1I2fl1t'ltY 1tc1 KI 11N Dlek 'Neal Pa 1h Houv 1 XX altu -X11de1 N11 Qhelhx one Home gcanameoi Glad The Home Ieo11o1111es Club eleeted txxo sets ot otheers for the xe1r for the f1rst semester Xlrglml I-Ime, presldent I ther Rexnolds x1ee pres1dent e111 Xllller Seeremrx treasurer 1nd 'IDC XIFIUC, reporter fo1 the Seeond semester XIICIOHIWI Water presldent Bettx Breed loxe x1eepres1der1t XIIFOFIL Pearl Seeremrx tre1surer md N1on11 Humble reporter The elub Sponsored 1 hot dog s e the Seetlo t ree pennx lunches 1 eoolue slle the Red Cross 1nd the Grmd mother s Te1S The 11u111berofereel1ts necex sux for me111l1ersh1p 111 the elub vx1s ehmged from toux ered1ts to two Nhss IS1rh1r1 Glhbs IS the SPTUIAISUI' I " 1' ' --W Miss . 1' S ' Il r, sp x ', XVX 2 .4 ll 'y, ' A Al . 1. , .x11-- Aa-1 111 .1-1 1 X 1 . ,, -. ' 1 ,. , . . - ' I I- fi 1 ' v 4 .' L' U - l 1 Q - - - - - W 11111-11, Alam- 1.. 1,11x-.-111-115, 1:111- YUl"l 1' 1 TU l i' ll '1 I ' ' ' IX- 11121 Le-1 Wade, Marla A1111 rh- - -- x . I die ,W .11 12 1 I a 1 ' 1 2 ' ' ' ' ' N '-.IiIl'f "I- , ' , K, -I -, A 1y,PQ-1B -1,4911--11 ' ' . ,. , ' '1 .M?I'2 ' , . 1 ', V ' ' n A1'1 f Ma .-'-ll 1 ' ar' '1 1 1' 3 ' , ' ' Shr , Il - Q, - - Q - 5 , Bal: ' .Iz ne-1, 1 . 'to11. Q L A ,, V, I , , v Af .41 .. V outstnndlng students ID first year Lntm and two to FIHNCPS HUYSOY1- Betty Q11- , U . .1 . 1 . S, Si , '.y Al- T' A . .I 'li St 'k, B'll ,hz ':, Th ' xs " ' 'di , . -"N, . . I ' .', Wal-'P1'k'1.', 1'-, X. 11 --1-V '. 1- A 1-, .-11, . 1 5 ,I 1 xx x V X ' l '1 ' I ,, 5 1- ' -L ' , K' , z QS- T' 1 I w 'V ' y . Y - ' , ' ' - 1 3 . 1 1 ' V 5 1 . , 1 A L .Y , , A , - , A , ul at ' " ' nal, h " , 1. ,QL . . 1 -L ,Y , UIIGANIZATIIINS CL" Glad The L Club an athletrc organrzatron under the sponsorshrp of Coach Paul Neuman rs made up of all boys who have earned an L letter rn ath letrcs A boy automatrcally becomes an L Club member as soon as he rs awarded an L The ofhcers elected by the club for thrs year were George McNaughton presrdent and Bob Morrrs, team representatrve Rovs I R lph Houser Fred Iaeobellr Charles RlCh31dSOD Davrd Laflrn Mrlburn Watts Row II Bob Morrrs Drck Neal Jack Heflrn Mr Neuman coach George MeNaughton Paul Mount 80041014 01446 The Boosters club consrsts of five junror bays and hve senror boys At the end of the year five yunror boys are selected for the comrng year The purpose of the club rs to boost school sprrrt and actrxrtres throughout the year The officers for thrs year are Fred Iaeobellr presrdent and Clarr Young secretary Mr Albert Longbrake acted as the sponsor of the club for the first semester and Mr Paul Neu man for the second semester Row I Vkray Frrend Don Watkrns Fred Iaeobellr Clan Young Eddre Rrtehre sponsor Charles Wallace Jack Porter Eugene Bowers Slmlenz' .Saud Gammufiee The Student Socral Commrttee was made up of one representatrve from each home room elected by the students It met twrce 1 month and planned the school mrxers that were held rn the Dugout Jack West serxed as presrdent Jenny Lou Budd vrce presrdent and Sue Pullram secretary treasurer Mr Glen Neexes and Mrsses Kathryn I-Ierle and Betty Arnsman were sponsors Ron I Iaele Qtarle Marx Helen Read Plrxllrs VK aele IJOII Copelanc Alberta Marques Charles Ham Wray Frrend Ron II Shelby Jones Sue Pullram lennv Lou Budd Patsy Barnett Jack Hreks Bob Myers Rove III Mrss Arnsrrrarr sponsor Drek Neal Jaele Charlle Bob Trurtt Bob LQVLIS Mr Neeves sponsor Tblrfg sn I I If I! ' ' ' 3 9 K! 39 ' ' ' IC 9, ' 11 Ii 4 C : , , . Y : . a . ' I' I.', ' 1 1 ., I rx- ' I S Y , . , : ...., , Y .1 , v 5 7 ' I . . . I V . . 1 i . 7. . . : . , ' I r - , . Y .' ' . ' '. ' . ,, I , I , . Row II: Jimmy Watkins, Wayne Shirling, Mr. Neuman, L K .5 . V . .Y , I O , 'V q . I . - .. H . . y . 7 . - . 7 Y 3 9 ' ' l . I , 4 ' 4 I :' .I A lv! -.7 : X Y .V I' v xi 'lg VY ' ' '-Y f ' '. , Y' I' ' . I I x my ,CY A Y ' Q Y K ' I 7 7 -I. y 4 .1 1 1 up l if I 1 . V- ' ' ' 1 - 1 r 1 i 1 ' L, , '- . V- .F IIBGANIZ TIIINS fbedaie The debate team under the dlrectlon of Mr Charles Ralney the Flrst semester and Mr Rlchard Krause the second semester played thc usual 1CtlXC part IH L H S thls year The toplc of debate thls year was that the power to the Federal Gox ern ment should be mcreased Because the questlon was rather abstract, most of thelr debates were non declslon Row I Call Wlnklel Balbala Heady Norma M0ltOU Eugene Bovwels Row II Betty Kelley Patty Eduard Patsy Balnett Maly Lu Cllm VIILIHIH Knk patrlck Row III Clayton Blown Paul Nlchols Ml Krause coach James Hybalgcl Seneca. eancfq The Senlor Candy commlttee was selected by the class sponsors and the class OIHCCIS Mary Lee Cllne and Bob Walters who were appolnted co chalrmen of the commlttee, planned and dlrected the work for the school year The purpose of the Candy Commlttee was to sell candy cokes and lee cream at the basketball games to ralse funds for the senlor class Kathleen Hooton MIS McIntyre sponsor Row II Maly Lee Clme Betty Sherman Ienny Lou Budd Maly Jane Nelson Rom III Bob Lewls Ralph BIQQSICI Gene Blamblett Bob Walters lack Challle !V.4.E To encourage more students to take part ln lnter scholastlc debate and oratory 15 the purpose of the Natlonal Forenslc League In order to be ellglble for membershlp a stu dent must make twenty polnts ln debate or oratory durlng the year Thls IS consldered a degree of merlt A member maklng fifty polnts or more IS awarded a degree of honor Paul Nlchols presldent of the organlzatlon and Patsy Barnett secremrx both FCCCIX ed thls degree Row I Fall Wlnklel Balbala Headv Pat'-x Balnett Bcttx Kelley Eugene Bouels Ross II Paul Nichols Ml KIRUQQ sponsor James Hy balgel Clayton Blown Thzrty seven , I . v 1 I I l , . . I , 1 1 4 ' . . 7 - . , . I o . t 'S l . . ' . . . v . ,l , , . .. ' 7 I 7 ' ' : , V ' sy K ' h Y ' h I l fy I ' 7" . D ' '. . . ' . . . , . . , . . , . . , ., . , , . Y . I . . Y , - q , ' 1 1 - Row I: Mr. Tyre, sponsor, Betty Gillette, Mildred Gosnell, ' , X . , . '. V Z I . I ' y ' 1 ' :N '., ' ' .. ', ' , ., . .. I I . - . Y . 3 , - Y ' I V . V . . . ' 5 . . Y V v f 1 1 , 1 v : . ' .V , . . y -wty Q y ' : ' s, '. ' . , . . ', : - ', ' . , , , 7 ' Y- GBGA ZATIIINS 9111 em The l'llgl1 school glee eluhs dneeted lu 'Vhss MeNe1l c1rr1ed on 1n extensue 1et1 Xlty progmm for the ye1r T ose 1et1v1t1es ue IS follows 111 the 5,lee elubs smg If 1 eommumty meetmg II XVllHUf Groxe 1nd 1t the Cl1I'lSIl1llS Pro grlm the glrls glee club md hox s qu 11tette s1ng for the Tr1xclCluh were e11te1t1med hx the PQ1 lot1 X1 vxho sent them to he ll 1 sx mphom on Mueh 14 the g1rls glee elulw s1ng for the Good Ffldly 1nd I1ster S 1 uces selected groups llso vsent to El1z1 1 1lle and Frwnkfort Tbzrtg ezgbt '7!1e gancf The Lehwnon H1g,h Sehool Bmd undex the dueetlon of 'Vlr X ln S1el1le, w1s fon the second ye1r 1 mlrchmg b1nd The blnd gue mmy progrlms md ex h1b1t1ons durmg the ,Gif They marehed m sexerll pol1t1c1l p1rf1des gue two eon xoe1t1ons for the h1g1,h sehool students 111 uehed If 1 Butler footlnll gime pleas ed md muehed 'mt Ill the b1sl1etb1ll g1mes md gnc 1 sprmg eoneert m M11 The Tr1 K1pp1 sent 35 bemd members to the Sy mphom Coneert m Ind11n'1pol1s There Ire 1 totll of 65 blnd members xx, 69 be 1 1 1 -1- 1 1 ' ' . . I , ,. . ., i 1 v I ' 1, . 1 . 11,1' 1. i- 7 ',. , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 A , Q X ,, 1 7 1 ' , 1 11 , s t 1 s I. s l a -1.1 1-1-1. 1-.. 1 l"l 1 1 .11 , , 1 1 - ' ' ' ' ' 1 t1 1 1 1 ,111 ., , , 1 1 11 1 ... . N 1 1 1 1 'K , ' T 1 V1 1 . ' 'l 1 I - ,1 , . , 1 111 - ' S ' . 1 L 4 s -y I 1 . 1 1 , 1 ,.1 1 ' , ' 1 1 A . ., , 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . ., 1 11-11 1-. 1 ,.1 , 1 . 1 K I H 4 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1,-. , ,.. . 1 , 1 , . , L' ' - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 v r 1-- - 1 111 , ,1 , ' 1 11 1 1 -i I 1 1 R 1 1 1 1 1 1 11. 11 1 ,,. ' V 1 1 1 .1. 1' ' , 1 ' 1 1 r - 1 r1 ' . . 1 , 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1' , 1 1 .1 Y I 'D I 1. 1. 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 '- URGAN ZATIIINS JA c f1ll 1rty Wo ll'llfl'lflOI19, L sprmg tonxcnt1on 1nd tht tourttsx um pugn 111 1 ftvx of tht INIDX 1tt1x1t1Ls th1t IT L 1940 41 1 Sutttssful xur for t H1 Y tlub of Ltblnon Hlgh Sthool Tht tourttsx tlmpangn ww L1r1'1td on 1n tht spnng w1th tht tnt1rt Studtnt bodx xotmg for the most Courttous g1rl md bm 111 1211 School T I9 :nor uw uxut t 1-11 honm 11 C follovuns, ofhtus ut t tltt p1CS1Cltnt Bob Xlorrm, nut prtsldtnt Qllll Houng sttrttirx ohm Updllxt trnsurtr ld R1tch1t, 1nd strgtlnt II lrms uk Htflm Xlr Gltnn Ntuts sponsortd thx. Orgllil 11t1on had The Commtrull Club I9 1n org1n111 t11 n 11h1th SflIT1UllfLS mttrtst IH LOUIIULI tts l S1 th stud thmtt t1 litll pr1tt1t1l tlllxs bx humntss rntn md womtn At tht Hrst mt1.t1ng th1s XLIF, tht fol lovx mg ofhttrs Wert tlttttd K1t1t Hooton prcmdtnt Cool Cults nu premdtnt, md 111 ldv 1rds sttrcmrx trusurtr Iqht Commtrtnl Club wx lfdi p1nQ mal 1ht1t1.9 stu tn S ou S ll1'll1 IIT sn 1. 1nd LLIIILX short 111: 111t tx nm, Xhss Iou1st Xlurphx Ind Wm U11 orts Qlmpbtll, tommtrtnl ILlk.l1LI'S 1rt sm I1 51118 tthtt 7 Tbzrtg mm' 1 - ay e e Th . p. ', t ' ' 'L I thx ' ' "1 '. . K1 .Zz- ' - 1 ' 'Q . - 1 1 -1 , -1 v V- ' 1 1 A 1 1 ' - 1-- 11 1 -1 - f - 4 1' 1 ' ' " '- . cial Subjc' LINC Kivcs c ents ll 'lgldx - 1 th' A " F H' a"'g 1 " 4' 4 " '- - 1 ' , - 1 . 1 , . , , ., ' ,, N, ', , - ., ' A .,, , ' - , - k , 1 ,A , 1. , K -1 - ,,,, - ,,: L , 1 - I , ' , 1 I i 0 '. N. I "'x . 1 . , 1 K X . 5 x ' . y Q - L A hu' ' . lf hm 'Q . '. 'lil -lm f '1 ', . V'- H ' . ' ', ' ' I ' 'va 1 'Q ' . 'l K' Q ' ' ' ' 'Y' X ' xliflli CCY' g '. x U? K d ' I I ti .ll g I ' ' ' , .1 " ""- ' , if' 1C'd 1 nc' 'Q IH ht l 1 l -1 ' f' 1 ' 'g -1 -L 1 JL " . J . ' . 1' . . ' l ' . . i' ' ' ' . '- ' 11' "lul. IIRGA IZATIUNS Rovs I Mrldred Barley Betty Kelley Betty Qurck Donna Barton Kathleen Hooton Rovr II Mary Elrzabeth Caldwell Beth Cragun Mary Lourse Revel Patty Edwards Beverly Clrek Betty Sherman Ron III Anna Jane Srnrrnons Sue Pullram Mary Jane Nelson June Proffitt Martha Muston Forf3 Scaence Glad At the begrnnrng of the year the Scrence Club selected for rts officers Clarr Young presrdent, Rose mary Martrn, vrce presrdent and Anna Arne Srm mons secretary and treasurer To be elrgrble for membershrp, zr student must have two credrts rn scrence or be takrng rr scrence course Donald Watkrns acted as program charrman for the year Mr M M Jones Mr Chester Seerrght, and Mr Austrn Meyers acted as sponsors for the two semes ters Waench 0046 Pourquor Pas meanrng Why Not, was the name chosen for the French Club thrs year The pur pose of thrs organrifatron was to promote rnterest rn the study of French The club had two meetrngs a month Thrs year s officers were Phyllrs McCord presrdent Roger Mrller, vrce presrdent and John Perkrns secretary treasurer Mrss Betty Arnsman sponsored the orgfrnr 71tron Rovr I Betty Cast Margery Neese Harrret Scott Mrss Arn'-man sponsor Phyllrs McCord Julra Campbell Marv lane Cadrck Rovr II Mary Stanworth Naomr Humble Myrtle Farr field Vrrgrnra Clrek Mary Jane Smrley Betty Cox Rovr III John Perkrns Esta Hunter Phyllrs Scrfres Jeanne Ann Cooper Bob Walters Rovs IV Paul Nrchols Jrmmy DeMott Howard Martrn Roger Mrller Herman Humble To care for the routrne work rn a school of seven hundred students an efhcrent ofhce force 1nd 1 sys temrtrc organrrratron are necess1ry Least fall sexenteen grrls were selected from those takrng commercral subjects to 1ssrst Mr T L Chrrstrfrn prrncrpal and Mrss Helen Kenworthy dean of grrls, rn the offrce c r . , . ' 2 J. - , . . . . . , . . ' ' If Sl 1 , . . , . . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' n l ' .. . , . , I . .. ..' ' . . . , , , .. - yr lr 1 . - 1 s . 1 . , , l ' . - 4 . , ., - J 1 1 1 ' l V A 1' ' .1 I ' 1 1 ' 1 I 1 ' l I V G . . I '. -i ' 1 '1 1 1 , . . . 2 ' . ' , , , - r .1 y . , I o o a '. V i r . . , ,, , ' 1 1 ' ' 1 1 ' . . ,f 1 1 ' , , 1 . , ' . . 1. . , , . . . . 4 1 1 1 v UIIGANIZ TIIINS The Candelabrum Commrttee Consrstrng f erght members of the semor class was selected by the class sponsors 1nd class officers at the begrnnrng of the school year The seven branch candlestrck, the smybol of the Seven Cardrnal Prrncrples of Secondary Educfr Zfnleiacllaaacfofeanlhal Thrs board, accordrng to rts constrtutron rs com posed of fourteen members as follows the superrn tendent of schools, the prrncrpal dean of grrl , physrcal educatron teachers L club presrdent bas ketball representatrve, presrdent, vrce presrdent and secretary of the Athletrc Assocratron, two boy repre sentatrves and two grrl representatrves The dutres of the board are to determme the prrce of the season basketball trckets make athletrc awards, and to determme the athletrc polrcy of the school Officers for thrs year were Fred Iacobellr, presr dent Cccrl Grlcs vrce presrdent and Psrtsy Barnett secretary Rowl Bob Morrls Emma L Wade Barbara Sharpe Ml'-S Herle sponsor lred Iacobellr Row II Ceerl C lu Mrss Kenworthy sponsor Mrss Etth rnson sponsor Patsy Barnett Naughton Mr Heath Mr Van Rrper Mr Chrrstran ufucvz. aqcgfn Ufface The Junror Hrgh as well as the Senror I-Irgh office, must have an efflcrent office force and a sys tematrc way to carry on therr routrne work Therefore, each semester Mrss Grace Etchrson assrstant prrncrpal selected fourteen grrls to assrst her rn the Junror Hrgh office The dutres of these grrls were to mswer the telephone help wrth all fflrng recerxe callers, check 1ttendance and run errands Row I Phyllrs Wade Joanna Barr Mary Watts Ruth anna Hrne Mary Helen Read Lolabelle Tyre Ron II Huldah Slagle Marv Lourse Byers Dorothy Shepherd Marx Beth Qrmmon lean hlsu 'Vlarx Pearl Wilson Rom III Betty Prlce Betty Jo Anderson Wilma Davrdson genereve Bvroads Mary Cathtrrne McClarne Thelma avens tron was presented to the school by the class of 1929 at the suggestron of Mrss Ly dna Bell Health Com mand of Fundamental Processes Worthy Home Membership Vocatron Crtrzenshrp Worthy Use of Lersure Trmt md llthrml Charrcter are the Csrrdrnrl Prrncrples of tht Candelrbrum Commrttee Iucly Jones Eddrt Rrtchre Phyllrs Scrfrts Charles Rreh ardson Anna lane Srmmons Fred Iacobellr Evtlvn Wrlson f-14 'ff l'0rtJ om G ' ' C V I Q - . . Y . ' 0 C . 1 . 6 . . - , ' ' v ff a s - x 7 , . . . - - ', a ' 1 . 1 . . Q 1 . , . - . ., l, . ., D . ' ' ' - ' - 1 ' -v ' v x . , . I , - . . . , , S - - u an ' , v 9 ' - K 9 l v " I ' - 1 . . ' . . . , ' . . ,, . , , .. . . . P., ' , . , , . . , . ' , ,. ' . v . ' - - 1 . ., .. , . . , .. n , nv 5 Y .1 I . Row III: Mr. Neuman, sponsor-, Brll Jordan, George Mc- , .s h , I. I' I. 'nf v A V xx 4' I I O 'f I Ji S I Y - . V . . W 9 . U I 9, ' .- . . . . , , Y . we - r e M 9 v l JAM' . , . A 7 XM , . ' .. . ifdfi ' "ml . ' . , , ., - ew Q 1 , l l - lf V ' i A . 2 K y .i I u, xy . ', , , . " . . S, . ' 5 lj, I X . 'l '. ,. . wr ' . , . , . , ,,,,..,,, ' . . ,.' ' v 1 'V ' l ' , IIRGAN ZATIUNS Sauna S Gonna! Lletcd on the actlvlty sheet f0l the Scnlol Qunshlnf QOCIQIY fol thls yeal WLlL thc donatlon ot clght Chllst mas baskets the Mothcls Tca two Qunshlnc paltles Slang., Day, the Doll Salt and the Gold dlgfll s Ball Thc aoclcty elcctcd Bctty MOIIONK DlLS1lLl'lI, Cllolla SCall V100 plesldent Maltha Ann Honan and Phvllls McCold QQCIQIBIICS and Anna lane Sll1llll0I'lS IlidSLllLl Thc foul Qponaols of thc gloupa ale MISS Dololee Campbell Mlm Lllllan Wltt MISQ Ruth Bl00lxNhlll anl MISS Balbala Glbbs Mlss MHIX Ellen Allll I.l0llL ls thc QPOHSOI of the entlle club Row I Mlas Wltt sponaol Balbala Qhalp Balbaa Jaqucs MIQS Almstlong snonsol Maltha Ann H nan Glolla Scall Phyllls McCold MIQS Blookshllc sporlsol Row II June Ploifltt ROSLlTl3.ly Tulnel Vllglnla Hlne Beth Clagull Anlla Jane SIIUINOIIQ Betty M IIOXS Row III MISS Campbell Qllonsol Rebecca Rag dalc Vlll dlcd Doug,htV 'VINQ Glbbs sponaol The llblaly asslatants wclc Qelcctcd thls ual bx Ruth BIOOIKSIWIIQ Qchool llblallan -Xftel haxlng sclvcd a V921 S applentlceihlp ln thc Scnlol High llblalx 'sexen as lstant wcle chosen to talxe complete chalgc of the Ju l110l Hlgh llblaly c gllle ln thc Stlllol Hgh llbl31X wclt glxcn schcdulcd houla Clllllllf., tht weak to wolk a thc lcslt anl tht lcst of the tllllt wclc HNSILIIQCI llblalx lcs on Othcl dLlt19'i wclc llllllfllllf, books hclxlll boolts and chccklng boolw Row I Iulla Campbell Malt F Wletzcl 'VII Blook shllc llblallan Emma Lct Wade Donna Baltoll Row II Donna Vlae Yclton Peall Bowman Btttx Alt man Joanna Ball Janet Schultz Dolls Chambcls Iwall na VK llllalllSOI1 Row III LLlC1ll9 Pclltlns Bcttx Wallace Stxlleta Vlcth lngton Betty Cox Ellzabcth Clallx BQVLIIQ Cllck Row IX M313 Beth Antcllrf Vllglnla Cllllx Ellcen Lane Malx Janc Caldwell l'0l1'3lllo pmwf saw Both thc fllat and thc sccond semestel Pcnllalll. stafl' had a succcssful school papcl thloughout the ual Thc Pennant was a pllntcd foul page papcl as bc f0lL and was undcl the sponsolhlp of Mlss LOUISL Vlul phy jOLl1T'l3.llQl1l IHSII uctol Thc fll T Qemcatel staff Lalllea on an rxtcnslvc sub cllptlon C'l.l1Il3lgI'l Llflflil thc dllectl n of thc CllLLll3IlOIl lllanapfcl Mau Lec Cllnc Mlld cd Gosllell and Bucllx Cl ck wt c cdltol a l 'ls'-oclatt cdltol of thc fllst scmcst l staff Bcttv IVIOIIOXX and Wlay Fl lend were co QCIIIOIN of tht sccond 411165111 tail' DOIIN Chambels was ass CIHIC 6dltOl fOl tm LC0llCl NGll10StCl Row I Bcxellx Cllck Kathlccll H oton Mlld cd C osncll lNclma Pellxlna DOIIQ Chambels Mlw Mulphx sponsol Row II Malle Iohnaon 'Vlalx Iane lNelQon Iuclx lont ROQLYHRIX Tulnel Malw LLL Cllne Bettx Wlollow Junt PIOIIIIII Row III Blll Jolcan Challcs Thompson Cent Whclchcl Thc ILlYllOl Sullshlnc qocletx XXl'1lCl1 op n to ll 2lllS of th Ss and fl B selected thc followlng ae thtll ofliccls fOl the year Bttts Jo Alldcls n and 'VIBI glltllfl Slpc co DILNI cnt Phxllls Vlalkel xlcc l iltllt incl X11 lrla Pcad scc eta s and tlL2.SLllLl T club ,eau th u Qullshlnc paltlc h ll two l l0llN Stlll tl wcls Zlllll C.2llClS ln ca c l llcss rlcath and bought book fol tht llblalx To lalst funda f0l thcsc plolccta the club lltlfl callclx alcs and sold flowcls fOl Ifastcl Nils Dlubclle Stephcnson was ND0lli01 of thc olgzanl zatlon Row I Malguellte Slpes Joanna B311 XIBIX Hclcn Read X lg.,lIll'l. Rcad Row II VS allda WIcRobelt L ls NIOIII Btttx ll Nctse Row III Betty Jo -XIICILINOII Nll Stephcllsoll 11011 01 Phx llls Vl alltcl l 9 O K . . . ... . ' ' ,',. 1- - L. ,l.,. L. ,. , , ,, .- -. K AV, Q J. , y 1 A L. ' , . ' ,.' , A . 5. .' , .4 , , . L. ,- , . . . . Us y- ' 1 U - ,V , -I - V' V , . . . , . , . . V. . . , l l lf I l y -- V .,V',', . ' .' . ' . ' ' . . . , 1 , E .. , I , . . . U- y . 5 . l B. , .Sf L ,DV . L. , .. C' ,. , , N. - , , .. , ' 1 'l-l .. ' ,l" V ' lll Sh. . . 5 ' sh. .lv . S . ,- L- . I L., .' ., , ' . , .,. -. , xi. Q . h. l , . . . . 5 1 b. . . . - . . .' . . . ,l ' -sf l fl- -1. .sf l- ' ' ' ' 1 - ' - - fl ' ll Q .'. .. .. . ..,. ' ' , . V, Q, - - y - - y s -, - . . . . . ..o .. ., t. , .F , , V , A A , , , , , ,, ,. .D . , . , , , , ,A , V - - - fl -v A ' -y ' . ..' .' .. ' . . . . - y - , , 1 ., . ., .., lf, . . . . ' fx.. . ' . Y , ., -. ,V 1 . ' , . . , . - . . , . l . 5, ' K . . 'B' 5 I A lt ' x .Y s . X l . A l ., ,, 1 . . , U .. V D, . .. ., , , . , v - ' 'I ' lf '1 x x x , . , . A. , 1 , Xernon Caldwell, Wlay FIIOINI. . . , . '. ' . .' , ,' .,. , -l . . . , - -. -V . . - , - g 1 L - ', ' IS e a A A' .Y ' ' . . - -1 1, ',. , . . - r ' - , , A A', ,,. . , .. , y l-A13 A -, Th- l-'-. ' X ' ' i' ' -' l-' V. f- x ls, ' - d' S? .' F ' '. ' " UVCS1- F.. , , .. .' ,. , ,,,. . . .t ,i,.. , . ga A xl 'fl-ll X11 -l -' -l'. , ' , - . .. S, him - -- va z X- . .' l ' ls, ez ' lll- .- ' . ' . V . l V- V- tizlt' f 0 - .N of ll -ill' ,, ,,, ,, ,, , I .. V . - ' 1. , " . 1, I Ss ','- ' - ' ' I ' . "1 ' ' -' -A ' l S M' ' C . 'IR' ' . S V. ' 7 7 7 ' . V - l I - V . V -- l 1 I A Q "p S . ' l ' - ' 4' Y 7 1 .. , , .' A.- . - v r y ' 'y ' I , " ' . . . . -. tv l I r . ' 'S 7 ' . 7 ' 'l . 9 . A C v . . . - ,V . -V . - - A' -5 op. Hs, A mtlw.. , l Av l ' ' I ' . 1 , ' ', ' ' ' , ' . . . . ,.. 'N l 1 Q Q ' , , , , 5 .v K , . . URGAN ZATIUNS Sevua4lV alfanoaegaaelq Q44 Thc Scnlol Xatlonal HOIIOI QOLIIIX con lxtx of flftccll VS cn III alxalcl ls DIKNLIIUXQI to 3 klll who has choxxn Pflcent of the QUUOI Clan mllilbfla bllnf. Chl KH ffl a clcflnltc lIlttllNt Ill athlctlc shc 3LltOlN3tlC3llX bccolllc outatandlng Qc-holalshlp chalactcl and 8CtlYltllN a lnglnbgl of tht Cnlc Athlgtlg Accoqlatlon one of the hlgheat honolx that can cdlllc to a stu tllt Thc Thc Qllls xxln thcll axnalcle bx paltlclpatlng ln mam OLIOIQ IS the OYIIX HZIUOII Vlflt lllgll SLl'l00l Olg,aHl73UOYl aQt1xlt1gQ F01 25 polntg 3, E111 lQC91xQQ 3 nunlclal 0 I'hc oblcct of thc BOLILIIV ls to Nclxc thc chool ln exclx pomts a nlonoglanl 71 polnts a lctt 1 anl 100 DOI ts Way POSSIIJIQ a gugatel The OIHCQIS f01 thlg yldl ali WNW F limi P101 The Omtll of thc olganlzatlon IGI thla xcal xxclc ccllt Arlla lane Slmlllons xlcc plcslclcnt and Phvlllx Rebgcca Clam pucldtnt Maxuu Chllcty UC pucldtnt qflflw Semetall' twagulu and Ruth Icffllu NlLlLt3lV tlcaxulcl Mlw Lllllan Wltt IN thc actlvc SDOIINOI Hou I Alllclta VVIIJIIUKN Dlllllld Bdlliill Vllw Hc lc NIJUII S01 LllldbLtl1 Clallc Ruth Icffllc Row II Maly Ianc Caldvxcll Lldld Vlclllott hllccll Sualls Lollcta HOIIQIIIAII Maxlnc Chllsty Rebecca Clalg Roll I Bcth Cldgllll Jallct Schultz Mlv Vlltt NQOIINOI ROSLIDZIY 'Vlaltln Roll II Anna Jane SIIIIDIOYIN Phxllls SClf1LS Iudx Jones Rom III Fled Iacobelll Don Vlatkms Waltcl Andewon Roll III llalkallt Laflm WISH FPHI Abbfitt Pataw Bal umoall' Alanna Saadq The ILIHIOI Natlonal Honor Qoclctx cloetefl the fol loulng' offlcels Ioanna B ll l x c t Dllothx qhcp f ce leslrlent and lack I Il x NICILIHIX and tleasulel Thc Socletv Sponaolccl lcc clulm and callclx xalc. to Duc to th fflct that Ml Bccllght was cllaftccl Ml lalnc funda to hold thcll annual spclllng, contcst Thl Meyers was appolntccl to nll thc lacancx fOl thc scconcl contest uae he-lrl ln Mav f0l all 7s 8s and 'M PllllN NOITILQIICI 'EUIRIUH fl0m 50 HHN to 53700 H L Y i U1 1 To bc sclcctccl as 3.NNlNldl'ltN thc stuclcllts must llawc lllfmilg ollc clccllt ln sclcncc lll1llX vlolklllg, rn anochcl Thc lllcmbcls of thc soclctv alc wclcctcrl hx thc fac Thu, dutlu cfmslstccl of clacllng, pap la and pllpll ultv fol outitandlng, scholalshln chalactcl and dCtlNltILS mg manual fm QXIJLllllIKl'ltN MISS Glace Etchlnson IS thc club sponsol IQ ual Ml Cl'lCQtLl 'icellght VI VI N one and 'VIl ALINKI Mcxcls sclcctccl StUfllI'ltN to al: lst them Ill the labolatolx and class l00lll of thc Sclcncc Dellaltmcnt Rovx I Ml WVIQVLIS SIIOHSOI Ralnh BltHSlll Iuclv IOIIKN Eddlc Rltchlc Ml Ioncs SDOHQOI Rovl II Etta Rcvcal Bcttx Cast Vlaxlnc Flnch Iunc Ploffitt held M315 Beth AIltCllfI'l Row III Don Watklns Cfcnc Vlhelchcl Xelnon Calclvlcll Row I Lllallee Ham Phlllp HlLkS lack Icnox Row II M315 Helen Read MISS Ftchlnson xponsol Io anna Ball Ron III Bob Sl11llGV MHIV LOUINL Bxclx Dolothx Qhcp lwrfj lbrw' . . 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' -s x x v ' NAP Forty-fozzr I I BASKETBALL 'lop Row Center Row Bottom Row Dave Lallln Charles Wheeler Mrlhurn Watts George Mchlaughton Jaclc l"lell1n Ralph l-louser Charles Rrchardson Jimmy Myers pete Mount Bob Morris TIGER TRAC 74901 7w1:k Playang heads up at all tames the Lebanon Tagers under the leadershap of Butch Neuman rounded out the season an a grand style by plantang a new season reeord of 14 wans agaanst 7 losses dur ang the regularly seheduled season, the best aear our loeal mentor has had an has ll year reagn After dova nang the Paoneers from Mooresaalle an tlae season opener, 57 30 the 1940 41 varsaty agaan pulled the vaetory strang an the Homeeonaang talt oaer Brova nsburg ba a lop saded 53 23 score Anderson West Lafayette and Frankfort W re next an order and were dropped an farst and last games The Tagers were ahead of Archae Chadd s Indaans untal late an the thard quarter when Charlae Rachardson broke has glasses Anderson finally won the game bv seven poants West Sade was stubborn la defeated and then the Casemen trapped our boys an our own goal house The longest trap of the year was taken when Pour senaor boys checked an thear chaps at the Lafayette Regaonal as they flashed for L H S for honorary captaan elect Bob Morras, Charlae Racharcl son Malburn XY atts and George McNaugnton Along vaath sax other team mates the boys fared aera vacll tlaas season Bob 'vlorras and Charlae Rachardson were the startang forwards the most of the season These twa performers were able eapable and wallang to plaa the game at all tames and the two Cold and Blaek unafornas wall neaer be replzaeed vaath sueh stars Malburn NX atts and George MclN aughton usual la started as a guard and center respectaaely Panka Watts Lebanon has seen one of the fastest lattle paekages of da namate eaer to speed on a hard In 7 N the boas set back a team from the Calumet Sectaon Hammond Cathedral Sheradan eff of Lafaaette effea sonaalle Frankfort, and Zaonsvalle were some of the other teams that met defeat at the hands of our Gold and Blaek Tagernaen Frankfort an a return engagement was badla beaten as the loeals showed supreme power C aalle put two black marks on the Tager schedule thas season, but Sheradans aanx was broken when the Tagers defeated them Lebanon ended the season vaath the haghest offensaae aaerage an thc state 43 3 per game F r the eleaenth tme an za aow, our oa brought aactory to Lebanon an the Sectaonal The squad then traveled toghe Regaonal and was elaman ated bv Jeff after hawang defeated them twaee thas year of plaqmfl wood floor Coach Neuman also had a aersatale performer an Ca McNaughton,whotowered about squad aek Heflan and Pete Mount were the otlaea startang eogs an the loeal maehanery ack has an other aear and Mount has three more vears of aar sata eompetataoq Both boys haae somethang to be proud of as a result an thas season s eoaatest Heflan as an aee baek guard and Mount a great eenter Daae Laflan Ralph Houser, Charlae XX heeler, and am Myers rounded out the rest of the aarsata although Myers and XX heeler plaa ed wath the second team part of the aear Daae and Ralph are onla sophomores aaad all andacataons poant tova ard fane teams an the future . 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'Q A X '- ' 'I -.ara an CUB FIRST ROW Eall Hoot man Blll Smllev M1 Heath Coach Joe B1ll Iacobelll Jlm DeM0tt RFC OND R O W Charles Slaughtet Gene Thomp son Bob Tlultt Flovd Wethmgton The Lebanon second team was composed of three freshmen three sophomores and four junlors The cubs total polnts reached the 230 mark wxth oppos1t1on totallng 382 The seconds scored VICCOKICS over Mooresvxlle 33 17 and Jeff of Lafayette 23 22 before droppxng the1r first game to Anderson 25 17 The llttle Tngers pounded on the West Lafayette seconds drubbmg to Frankfort 20 12 and Crawfordsvllle 34 11 Thls was followed by a 22 17 wm over Cathedral fol lowed by one loss to Elwood 27 22 and a wm over Sherldan 21 14 The cubs fell off the deep end lfter thus wnth four suceessxve defeats by Frankfort Jeff of La fayette Lapel and Shortrndge These were follow ed by two wxns over ZlOI1SXlllC and Crawfordsvulle but they dropped at 24 21 declsnon m thc Br1z1l goalary to close the season Charles Wheeler J1mmy Myers and Gene Thompson sophomore freshman and yumor re spectnely were outstandmg pomt getters for the cubs Wheeler bemg hlgh pomt man Also the de fenslve work of Joe B111 Iacobellx and B1ll Sm1ley under the basket must not be overlooked Roundlng out the Cub roster were Charles Slaughter 1 freshman Bob Truntt Floyd Wethmg ton Izarl Hootman and james DeMott mll sopho mores Jxmmy Myers and Charles Wheeler saw some mrsnty actxon durxng the season The Cubs dnd txceptnonally well ths year ln playmg the ty pe of ball they dld lgamst the hlgh elass opposition they met Forty ezgbl Y . 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I . y 5 ' lr 1 mx I' red Snolee Paul Taller lne Hlnex Marx ln I lmes Snails Se 1 ond Rau Robert I h lmller Iuhn Vial er e x I llllam lu. le VN lllm :ln W lrfl x N e e 'Vll er l4 ll f lelll K ul I H nl dll ll' l hard 4 Her fer 1 H1 lx 4 lflllx n lre l e Xna Snll ll s l m 'N ln lull lh lll Ol the til'-t time ln sexelal uell lelnesentecl themselxes b tlte The Iunlole and Fleshmen uhlle the Sophomolee held the V als the qilllfbl NN xxlnnmgr the llll,QlCld.NN t f0l seeonel paee cellal posltlon to elose the Cultaln on a Sueceesful toulnament :BT ROW llfllel Bull Mxer llnlor Wood Bob Walter: lemme Melwalleht in ml h BPCOND ROW K-llph Brew-.ler Charlew Thomll on Don 'Vlltlhell lioll Svxope lilll Iurdan Cesll file IHIRIJ ROW laek Lhallle- .Iaek We t Gene liramhlett Wlth the faultlew pltchlng., buln Watts the Heath coached walloped Plnnell ln a plav off Baeeball League Champlonehlp of Pete Mount an Vlll Lebanon baeeball squad fol the Boone Countw to close a cololful fall 'RQHQOTI The Fold and Black CllalTl0l'ldl1l0Y1 of L H S lvl but one of eight ,qamee ln the League competition IIRQT ROW fene llramhlett Tommx freen D xc l lll '1 Rallh Fisher Mllllurn Watts lilll Qhankx Lharlex Wheeler Ralph Hill! er Jim Drlulehertv UND ROW D l k Ne 4' ll l ra ex him. leurlee M Naughton Mr Heath una: h l ull Morrlx fenc Fhuml sun l UL Mount l' reel I lrnhelll lill QOW M N llnlln ul umoadhglnamla Ieuell Klnealds Junlol high ILlNLl'lllQQ K-D2.llxlQLl thlougzh a gllt tellng keaion this veal by dl0p helgh net men Thev copped the B one fountx lunlol High Title mth annalent eaee as Agan Daw son, and Gllllalll Calllifl the offen NIXO tolch fol them ln the mime of a good Season vslth hle Fleehman t am when he was ealled to the draft FUVI3 mm S ' I F . , ... 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K' A wuill, l-lrzufhi l " ll pe-ill IRL PIIRT gum 3 M The glrls annual basketball tournament was held ID February, vuth mne teams competmg for the champlonshlp In the first game Dulm s team troun ced Cast s team, Hanna s won over Reagan s 1n the second 1n the thxrd Ruth Lafl1ns team defeated Medsleers Margaret Laflm s loslng to Cralg s 1n the fourth and 1n the Hfth Dlckerson s finlshed 1n the lead over Dullns team In the second round of games Crangs team defeated Dlcleerson s and 1n the last excltlng game Cralgs team nosed out Ruth Laf lms team to take the 1941 champnonshlp All games of the tournament were refereed by Mass Kathyrn Herle glrls physxcal educatnon nnstrue or FIRST ROVV Maxlne Chrls ty M IS s Heale coach Rebecca C1312 SECOND ROW Mary Ann Long Juanlta Medsker Vlvxan B1 amblett THIRD ROW Lolneta Hoff man Wllma Davldson FIRST ROV5 Jean Elsey Lolleta Hoffman M315 Connel Mlllam Wood MIQS Helle coach Marv Peall Wllson Ruth Laf lm Barbara Neese Al benta Marques E CON D ROW Bettv Pl lee Maxine Chllsty Clala Meluott GGOIEIZ Fopeland Mlldled De Mott Juanlta Spunloek Maleeny Nee r THIRD ROVK Many Iaum BVGIQ Lolllene Dulm Rebecca Rogel Betty Io Anderson gr-ow L- QMJ4 Yfalleq Rm? 7eam Clrmaxmg the glrls athletlcs for the 40 and 41 school year was the yolley rxng tournament 111 vehlch about seyenty gxrls tools part Pour teams were chosen havlng as captams 1 g1rl representlng each class namely Mary Beth Simmons as freshman Ruth Laflm as sophomore Rebecca Crang as lumor and Donna Barton as semor Sxx games were played 1n whnch Ruth Laflxns team won three games Rebecca Cra1gs veon two Donna Barton s won one and Mary Beth Summon s none Ruth Lafllns team toole the honor as bemg champlons of the 1941 tournament These games were eapably refereed by Muss iw' Fzfty 0 y 0 c V V , 1 , 1 . . . , V . 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'I-I lf- 'rl "' J - 3 -1- -' -- " S S i lto Galemlaa anuary 17 Bob Krnnaman ard Emma Lee Wade were chosen Jrtterbug Champrons of L H S tonrght anuary 20 The unror class lost one of its most talented and popular mardens today when Bar no foolrng about rt when Drck Neal was elected President of the H1 Y for 1941 42 Other ofii cers elected were George Updrke Xrce Presr dent Bob Fraley Secretary and John Updrke treasurer bara Sharpe had to withdraw because of rllness Aprrl 25 What an eyenrng' The annual umor 'Viarch Z Bob Fraley could hold out no longer R sult Frankfort has hrs H1 Y pin Aprrl 1 Although th1s1s Aprrl Fool s Day there was Seneca Glafu Pwphuq handled the baseball questrons In therr office were Eugene Brown and Maryrn Hrnshaw both applyrng for jobs as team coaches Inscrrbed on a door on the 63rd floor was Myers Bedbug Hotel Inc Bob Vly ers Pres Their slogan was We re here to help ya k d In Bob s office you greeted hrs secretarres Gay Neese Evelyn Stewart and Betty urck Dan ushered you mto an exclusrve women s shop owned by Mlle oan Edwards on the 75th floor Walter Anderson Powers was there snapprng prctures for Harp rs Bazaar of Beverly Click the world s most photogenrc model Modeling at joan s shop too was Rosemary Martm the School grrl Complexron model famed the world over You found Ethel De Weese and Dorrs Chambers as saleswomen Marron French the well known buyer was lookrng oyer Ioan s shop Takrng adyantage of Dans offer to go to luncheon you entered the restaurant on the 99th floor The bowlng head warter Ralph Bressler showed you to an exclusrye spot near the orchestra When the theme song Beat Me Daddy I Ate The Bar was finrshed the leader acknowledged the ap plause and you recognrzed jack West In hrs orches tra you heard Wray Frrend playrng a neat brt af melody and the muted tones of Clarr Young s trum pet The husky vorce of the famous blues srnger Naomr Maxrne Sullry an Humble drrfted oyer the dance floor In the next number Betty and Bob were rntroduced as Jack s famous dance team You rmmedrately recognrzed Bob Swope and Betty Gul lette as the graceful dancers After eatrng such a wonderful lunch you 1nqu1red about the cook You found that Maxrne Frnch was chref chef Martha Muston was noted for her famous salads Two yery rttractrye crgarette grrls were Norma Perkrns and eann Miller At the cash regrster was Evelyn Wrl son the pretty cashier treasurer of old You entered in rmpressrye looking ofiice on the 120th floor and Dan asked the receptronrst Lors Krng rf he might see Mrss ones But ulra who was Natronal Com mrttee Woman of the you know what could rt be the Republrcan Party was at the present time on the roof of the skyscraper wavmg banners and tryrng to conyrnce .1 crowd of rmmrgrants to make a fourth rn rht Republrcan party Thrs year Frank Croyyl New Senror Reception was held rn the hbrary The theme was kept a secret by all the Junrors and not one Senror knew what to expect when the program began' York Prosecutrng Attorney was runnrng agarnst Roosevelt who was strll rn office due to the Natronal Crrsrs what aga1n7 Eddre R1tch1e was the Na tronal Charrman for the Republrcan party and anet Schultz you found was the Assrstant Commrttee woman On the 133rd floor Dan led us 1nto the office of D1 Ihkeumrrch Grles who was operatrng wrth the assrstance of hrs skilled nurse Donna Bar ton on the wealthy Metropolrtan opera star Emma Iane Prttenger who had a hangnarl Gene Whelchel because of extensrye screntrfic exp rrmentrng was temporarrly down and out and had been wartrng patrently rn the outer ofiice wrth 3rd degree burns for 3 days On the 150th floor you stopped rn at the I C Double Bar for a package of chewmg gum There you found Knobby Slagle mrxrng hrs famous Can t Feel A Thrng drrnk Marnly though Knobby was a hrghly paid advertrser for Du Ponts You savy Brll ordan drrnkrng a Bromo Seltzer B111 told you that he was a commercral artrst for Esqurre now Hrs assrstants were anrs Megley r Wood and Mary E 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