Lebanon High School - Parrot Yearbook (Lebanon, NH)

 - Class of 1951

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CLARENCE HAsK1Ns 'Wlickegf' "ln Summer, Spring, and also Fall 1 do not like to work at all. ln Winter, as you may have guessed, My favorite indoor sport is rest." This will introduce you to the laziest member ol' the class of '51. Mickey never twitches a muscle unless it is absolutely necessary. Nevertheless, he is extremely brilliant, perhaps even a genius. Baseball 2, 3, 4. MARY F. HEISTAD "Music, when soft voices die, Vibrates in the memory." Mary is noted for many things. Msides being fond of music, playing the piano, violin, and trumpet, she is one of our noted scholars. ltas not just schoolwork for Mary, however, for she enjoys all the outdoor sports and achieves some con- siderable measure of skill in all. L.H.'S.A. 1, 2, 4g Orchestra 1, 3, 49 Choir 1, 3, 4, Band 1. 2, 3, 4, Debating Club 1, Dance Band 2, 33 Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. . EDITH A. HOLMES "Edie,' 'ewomen will love her, that she is a woman More worth than any man, men, that she is The rarest of all womenf, Edith is one of the cutest girls in the class. She always looks so neat and nice with her blonde hair shining and her blue eyes sparkling. Edith has other interests outside of L.H.S. which keep her pretty busy. We donit see too much of her but as long aswshe keeps smiling the way she does now, doors will open wide for her. SHIRLEY M. Hoon 'gl do profess to be no less than 1 seem, to serve him truly that will put me in trust. The class of '51 is not particularly noted for the de- pendability of its members. Therefore, a person as outstand- ing as Shirley- in responsibility, efficiency, and dependability is a shining star in the midst of her classmates. She has an extremely clear and sweet voice 'which was heard by everyone who attended the, choir's performance of HH. M. S. Pinaforef' L.H.S.A. 1, 2, 4-g Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, Dramatic Club 1, Press Club 4, Operetta 4-g "Eye" Staff 4, "Parrot" Board 43 All-State 4. LEoLA L. JENKINS '6Soal.-" "She looks as clear X As morning roses newly washed with dew." There is something about Leola that makes everyone look twice. She has a striking sort of beauty which is hard to for- get. Her dark hair and great dark eyes are a vivid contrast to her white skin and cause her to give the impression of being fragile. She isn't though She is livel and full of e and a credit to her class? 7 LA ,fa a ern ,wifi ii yr XJ- y Iit- 1 V Q ' Q iii - I 'flygll Q, . R R 5,1 it , -A 3 ' .. if R Hs e, K, ' ai! ff Mgr, ll lki. t wif X , - Elffl. .VV .1 r' , ..,. t l 4 1 'l l 1 it l J

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,J G' .iw , I ir tax' .fl y ,. i f-V' fffiyfi '51, ff L., fr" I 9.-, I .V rf'A.n.f .ff , tiff' Tfjfiii fi, t ,J-I N ,. 1' APQ' MQ" in I 0 Laffy. 8 hx I . ,..1 ',J lik X xiii? 'Yi I QLV' ' PW 54, ,X Jflilii LETA FLANDERS HA thing of beauty is a joy forever: Its loveliness increases, it will never pass into nothingnessf' This charming young lady is famed for her serene beauty and winning smile. To look at her delicate figure, one would hardly guess what a whiz she is on the basketball court. In any beauty contest, Leta would surely come out on top. L.H.S.A. 1, 2, 43 4'Eye" Staff 4: Basketball 1, 249, S", 44, Co-Captain 4g Field Hockey, Ass't. Manager 4, Prom Com- mittee 3: Press Club 4. RONALD FOLLENSBEE "Ronnie" 'cBe thou strong, and show thyself a man." Bonniels time is pretty well taken up after school working down at Hildreth's. Tall, blonde, and always ready with a joke or story. Ronnie is friendly and easy to know. He is prominent in the 4-H Club and enjoys this organization in his free time. Bonnie also likes to square dance. Hels quite adept at it, too. Square Dance Club. Vice-President 4. LORETTA M. FOUNTAIN 6'Graceful and useful all she does Blessing and blest where'er she goesf, Each one of us can remember some time when Loretta has done something for us or helped us: and we havenit realized how much until later. Tbatis why we want to say 'cthank you", now. L.H.S.A. l, 2. 4: Choir 1: Field Hockey l, 2, Assit. Man- ager 3, Manager 4, Prom Committee 3g Press Club 1, 43 Hliiyel' Staff 4. LUCILLE A. FOURNIER ' "lou ulilor this is Wisdom, to love. to live, To take what Fate, or the Gods, may givef' ulon, one of our efficient guards in basketball this year. has been a symbol of sportsmanship and cooperation. She always ready with a witty remark or quip, one of those people who really seem to get a kick out of life. As a future WAF we don't see how she can help but have many friends. Basketball 1, 2, IW, 45 Softball lg l,,.H.S.A. l, 2. MARILYN L. l'lAMBI.ETON "H" G'This above all, to thine own self be true, and then it fol- lows, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any manf, A beautifull blond, but far from dumb! Soft, serene, and feminine, Marilyn is certainly one of the most brilliant girls in the class of l95l. With a yearning for merriment and laughter, this dimpled miss holds the position as Co- Plditor of the yearbook. L.H.S.A. 1. 2: Dramatic Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Debating l- 2. 3- 43 Student Council 1: Choir 1, 2. It. 43 Majorettes 3, 4: Press Club 1. 2: "Parrot" Board 4: Prom Committee 3: Future Teachers of America, Vice-President 4: Booster Club 43 Glee Club 1: Librarian 3. 4: Class Officer, Vice-President 1.



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we 4, ..f,p 4' N e W I . F W' vf 41 lv .-,42 Q .A if .W . 1 K' 45,- ' r 1-L. . fr J .- I fp. , I I 'I I ff rt if M' . J Mr W' " 4 N 4 , Q1 . A 4 r A." 6 I U ig,-1 tl L SHIRLEY A. JOHNSON HAH glorious rose upon my sight. That maid of shower and gleam." Shirley is one of the most active girls in the class. Besides being a good student, and a member of the Student Council, she participates in many sports and is one of the most talented members of the Dramatic Club. ln her senior year, she was crowned Queen of the L.H.1S. Winter Carnival L.H.S.A. 1, 2, 43 Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4iig Basketball 1, 24, 359, 4i', Co-Captain 43 Softball 1, Ass't. Manager 3, Man- ager 4, Student Council 45 Dramatic Club 1, 3g "Parrot" Board 4. Louisa E. LACLAIR "Lulu" "For all your days prepare, And meet them ever alike: When you are the anvil, bear- When you are the hammer, strike. If you've heard Louise laugh, you know that it indicates she's something of a live-wire outside of school. She has made many friends with her friendliness and willingness to help wherever she cang so, we sincerely hope that her greatest wish will come true-the desire to become a nurse. Cafeteria Club .lg Glee Club 15 Choir 1, 3, 4. ANNETTE M. LACROIX "Frenchie,' "Think of me as you pleasef, "Frenchie', is always either very gay or very gloomy. Being a typical Frenchman, she has very definite opinions on every- body and everything. She either likes a person very much or doesn't like him at all. If she likes you, you are lucky because you couldn't ever find a better friend. L.H.S.A. 2, Prom Committee 3, Booster Club 4, Future Teachers of America 4. ANNAMAY N. LAFLAM "Life is mostly froth and bubble, Two things stand like stone, Kindness in anotheris trouble, Courage in your oWn.', Annamay is the girl noted for her long, long, naturally curly hair. As she lives outside of town, we do not see too much of her, but she does belong to the Grange and is a well- known member. Library Club lg Cafeteria 1,35 Choir 3, 4. MARSHALL A. LEMAY "I like the man who faces what he must With step triumphant and a heart of cheerf, Marshall is one of the tallest boys in the class and an all- around athlete. This year he played varsity football, basket- ball, and track. Although track is his favorite, Marshall spends most of his free time playing basketball at the Community Building. L.H.S.A. lg Prom Committee 33 Football 4i'g Track 2, 35, 4'ig Basketball l, 2, 44.

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