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♦ rare wo ref Lebanon High School endeavors to instill in every student the ideals and principles which will create a better life in the future. The stu- dent must strive also to develop in all areas of ability — academically, socially, spiritually, and physically. We feel all of these strivings are explained by the seal of our school. Encircling the seal is a wreath, one half of olive leaves, the other half of oak. The olive leaf is the emblem of peace. The oak leaf represents strength and beauty. The crossed guns are symbols of pre- paredness, and are not for any warlike purpose. Just as they helped our pioneer forefathers to conquer the wilderness, our school, church, home, and all such organizations are prepar- ing our minds and bodies to the job which the guns did. The ax is a symbol of industry. With- out the symbol high school life would be a dull, unsuccessful one; with it one will most likely be successful. The next symbol is the torch, signifying knowledge. With knowledge, ignor- ance fades away. The rising sun behind the three hills remind us of the goodness of God that spreads like rays of the sun to warm and nourish all. And last, but by no means least, is our motto, " Forward, Always Forward " , which symbolizes all our efforts for unceasing progress. memory 5
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Our fellowship with friends teaches us how to live with others effectively. 7orwaru Throughout high school, whether in the classroom, at a ballgame, or just talking to friends, we go forward through numerous experiences. From these ex- periences, we learn how to live with and understand our fellow students. By in- creasing our interests and participating in all activities, we are widening our horizons, putting depth into our souls, and going forward in all quests of our lives. Studying is a good habit and must be practiced often for perfection. The teacher-student experience increases understanding and aids our development. 6
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