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Dhe I96J T ioneer n3ancf FIRST ROW: Estella Monk; Judy Helbert; Elaine Griffith; Karen Holliday; Rhonda Hall; Ann Senter; Dale Durrett; Hester Buskirk; Phyllis Rasnake; Marcella Gilmer. SECOND ROW: Pat Foy;Opal Brown; Priscilla Jessee; Sylvia Ball; Burkie Jessee; Kitty Monk; Kent Warshburn; Glenda Hall; Donald Hughes; Conley Damron; Jimmy Cook; Charles Hargis; Richard Murphy; Kelly Hale. THIRD ROW: Richard Wallace; Sandra Stinson; Becky Jessee; Eddie Glover; Dana Altizer; Richard Settle; John Talbert; Danny Johnson; Steve Breeding; Sammy Griffith; Sue Thomas; Frankie Jones; Thomas Bunton. FOURTH ROW: Linda Edmonds; Sarah Hendricks; Rusty Talbert; Mike Alderson; Kenneth Keys; Susan Peay; Barbara Jessee; Sandy Johnston; Richard Murrey; Vernon Smith; Jane Hargis; Mr. Ronald Jones, Band Director; Dale Altizer. During the 1964-65 school year the Band played for the football games on our new field, participated in the Bristol Band Festi- val, Abingdon Tobacco Festival where we won first-place in Class B, several Christ- mas parades including Honaker, Richlands, St. Paul, and Lebanon, All- County Band, Dis- trict VII Band Festival at Marion, Vinton Dogwood Festival, and our own spring con- cert. Sarah Hendricks represented Lebanon at All-State Band at Galax. The Pep Band was active during the year. A special con- cert group played for the Band Boosters at Christmas time. A dance band was formed this year open to anyone who would like to play. Social activities included two swimming parties before school started, a Christmas party and dance held at the Maple Grove Ho- tel for band members and their guest spon- sored b the Band Boosters and the Annual Spring Band Banquet. Mr. Ronald Jones, who completed his sixth year as director was well pleased with the " Pioneer " Band. OFFICERS Estella Monk, Band Captain; Marcella Gilmer, First Lieutenant; Rusty Talbert, Drum Captain; Dana Buskirk, Drum Majorette; Opal Brown, Head Majorette; Sarah Hendricks, All-State Band. 77
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G£, oir Choir is a credit course at Lebanon High School. This year we have fifty-five mem- bers; twenty-four boys and thirty-one girls. We have spent much time working with music theory. In this way the students will gain a working knowledge of Music and it will mean more to them when they graduate. Sharon Odum has been our accompanist and has done an excellent job. She has been assisted by Brenda Ferguson, Staffie Mit- chell, and Loruga Howard. This year we were able to finish paying for a newpiano in the choir room. The choir is planning a trip to Concord College. The choir officers are: Judy Dye, Pres- ident; Carolyn Sutherland, Vice President; Dianne Rasnake, Secretary. ALL-STATE CHOIR FIRST ROW; Patsy Settle; Carolyn Sutherland; Sharon Odum. SECOND ROW: Stafford Mitchell; Barbara Williams; Bill Napier. FIRST ROW: Sandra Stoots; Linda Jessee; Gladys Massie; Loveda Helton; Carolyn Sutherland; Judy Dye; Sharon Odum; Loruga Howard; Patsy Settle; Dianne Rasnake. SECOND ROW: Phyllis Tignor; Sandra Jessee; Mary Hess; Catherine Mays; Joyce Jack- son; Jane Brooks; Barbara Williams; Linda Jackson; Peggy Hooker; Brenda Ferguson; Mary Marshall. THIRD ROW: Anna Jean King; Margaret Dean; Betty Gross; Nancy Johnson; Shelby Hess; Delores Puckett; Sue Vencill; Dorothy Buckles; Maggie Hess; Brenda Whited. FOURTH ROW: Larry Morrison; Allen Rasnake; Roger Rumley; Jerry Warner; Kenneth Fields; Danny Stallard; Tommy Dye; Bill Napier; David Lowe; Stafford Mitchell. FIFTH ROW: Fred Williams; David White; Larry Snead; Don Taylor; Sammy Holmes; Tommy Hicks; Dave Robinson; Burl Yates; Tommy Yates; Robert Puckett; Jimmy Sutherland. C J- 76
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raif C3fazer FIRST ROW: Ann Parks, James Hale, Richard lessee, Greg Finney. SECOND ROW: Diana Musick, Bobby Brown, Barbara Jessee, ButchNoe, Sharon Brown. THIRD ROW: Jerry Taylor, Freddie Williams, Danny Altizer, Gim Helvey, Jack Davis. FOURTH ROW: Susan Archer, Betty Honaker, Linda Edmonds, Barbara Williams, Brenda Fergurson, Brenda Crist, Sharon Odum, Marcella Gilmer, Sandy Johnston. The TRAIL BLAZER, Lebanon High School ' s newspaper is published monthly by a small staff of students who are motivated by an interest in jour- nalism. After school hours, the staff members alone perform all the tasks necessary for the production of the paper. Included are assigning stories, jus- tifying the type into columns, setting the headlines. and making the dummy copy. Finally, the plates are burned and the paper is printed within the school on an offset press which is run by members of the staff. In competition with other school papers from all over the South, the TRAIL BLAZER won a first place rating at the annual SIPA convention held in Lexington, Virginia, during April. Members of the staff are cleaning the printing press. 78
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