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oiSrara Miss Howard, our librarian, consults teachers of each Anna Jean King, Bettye Honaker, and Barbara Williams department while making book order. help catalog books. Our library serves the student body and faculty as a service agency, a teaching agency, a materials center, and a reading center. This year, considerable planning has been done in an effort to supplement the book collection with adequate materials. The book collection was increased by two hun- dred fifty volumes covering all subject fields. Expensive fiction and non-fiction books were covered with a plastic clear jacket for protection. Also, one hundred twenty-five volumes were sent to the bindery. Peggy Hooker, Phyllis Tignor, Norma Patrick and Shelby Hess are carding books. 79
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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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9s O ur year C i£Ieiics FAITHFUL FOOTBALL PLAYERS AND FORESEEING COACHES . . . BASKETBALL TEAMS, COACHES, CHEERLEADERS, PLAY- ERS IN ACTION, MANAGERS AND SCORE KEEP- ERS . . . BASEBALL . . . TRACK . . . PHYSICAL EDUCATION . . . SPORTS HELPED TO MAKE OUR YEAR A SPAN OF TIME FILLED WITH HAPPINESS, EXCITEMENT, AND TENSE NER- VES LEADING TO ACCOMPLISHMENTS. THE MEMORIES OF SCORES AND FACES REMAINED TO LEAVE " FOOTPRINTS ON THE SANDS OF TIME. "
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