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Mtemoriam CRuih c5. livens As our class of 1965 received diplomas, we were not able to express our graditude to a teacher whose dedication to us far exceeded that of an ordinary teacher. Whether her students were prospective drop-outs, bitter delinquents, disinterested clock-watchers, or brilliant students, she loved them all. She loved her job as a teacher. To her teaching was an opportunity to live richly, deeply, and meaningfully. As a dedicated teacher, she believed in human perfectibility. To the students of Lebanon High School, she will be remembered as a truly wonderful and conscientious teacher. She taught and disciplined with understanding and gave her students words of encouragement and wisdom. She gave us ideals and inspired us to work hard to attain our goals. She taught us to have faith in the present and its opportunities, and the future and its promises. She taught her students to believe in the good of all things and in the dignity of man. With us she has left an indelible impression of these truths. Her memory will always live; there will always be a place in our hearts for one of the most dedicated teachers Lebanon High School has known. 20
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Our principal, Mr. G. B. Whited, is shown preparing to make the morning announcements to the student body. Having been in this position at Lebanon High for eleven years, he fully realizes the varied perplexingproblems he must solve daily. The efficient way our school is run is due primarily to his wise leadership. Mr. H. G. Musick, our assistant principal, is a willing and capable counselor for both teachers and students. Mrs. Sue Poston, our school secretary, is very efficient in all phases of her job. Mrs. Jeanette Wagoner, our diligent bookkeeper, must make sure her books balance. The guidance teachers, Miss Blanche Campbell, Mrs. Lucy Gilmer, Mr. H. G. Musick, and Mrs. Louella Vicars are 22 planning schedules for seniors.
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