Lebanon High School - Cedars Yearbook (Lebanon, IN)

 - Class of 1941

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.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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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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