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SITTING: Mrs. Daisy Campbell, Sponsor; David Beam; Sharon Brown; Greg Finny; Philip Blizzard; Joyce Jones; Mrs. Myrtle Taylor, Sponsor; STANDING: Cathy Fletcher; Donna Gilmer. A group of students interested in the literary field formulated LHS ' s first liter- ary magazine, THE PATHFINDER. The first issue, which contained poems, short stories, and essays written by students, went on sale before Christmas. The foHowing issue, which was dedicated to the Class of 1966, came out in May. The magazine was sent to SIPA for criti- cal analysis, and plans were made for con- tinuing publication of the magazine which would give students the opportunity to ex- press their Uterary talents. J3iiera.ru JJKagazine Judy Musick, Mrs. Campbell, and Cathy Fletcher are checking over the poems to be used in THE PATH- FINDER. Greg Finney, Donna Gilmer, and Mrs. Helen Gilmer are working on the lay-out for the magazine. Sharon Brown, Mrs. Taylor, Joyce Jones, and David Beam are the first issue. 69
Page 70 text:
FIRST ROW: Charles Hargis; Carolyn Davis; Greg Finny; Gim Helvey; SECOND ROW: David Beam; Eddie Jennings; Robby Smith; Philip Blizzard; Tommy Bunton; Sharon Brown; THIRD ROW: Don Hughes; Tommy Kiser; Mike Jessee; Monty Gilmer; Lewis Ballenberger; Bobby Ferrell; STANDING: Linda Grimes; Gwen Gilmer; Brenda Fogleman; Linda McGlothin; Nancy West; Sharon Jones; Jackie Anderson; Paulette Denny; Brenda Crist; Martha Tritt; Barbara Jessee; Gail Easterly. Uraif BBIazer Btaff The TRAIL BLAZER, LHS’s newspaper is pub- lished monthly by a small staff of students who are interested in journalism. The staff members per- form all the tasks necessary for the production of the paper, even the actual printing on an offset press. For the first time, the staff published a hand- book for orientation of the eighth graders. At the 1966 SIPA Convention, the TRAIL BLAZER re- ceived the Honor Award. Mrs. Helen Gilmer helps Greg Finney and Gim Helvey plan the next edition of the paper. Mrs. J. Wagoner assists the typists, C. Sutherland; M. Buckles; D. Rasnake; C. Keene; P. Settle; W. Bevins. Printers Greg Finney, Charles Hargis, and Don Hughes com- plete the final steps of the paper. 68
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FIRST ROW: L. Helton, B. Gross, P. Settle, C. Chaffin, D. Counts, D. Salyer, V. Ray, V. Johnson, S. Stoots, N. Booth, L. Jessee, S. Statzer. SECOND ROW: S. Talbert, I. Ball, D. Jessee, V. Carty, P. Barton, L. Jackson, S. Vencille, N. Salyer, B. Kilgore, J. Osborne, K. Tiller, M. Marshall. THIRD ROW: M. Hess,S. Robins, F. Garrett, R. Rumley, J. Farmer, G. Kiser, G. Thomas, T. Dye, S. King, D. Taylor, P. Lyons. FOURTH ROW: E. Jennings, P. Blizzard, S. Holmes, A. Griffith, F. Sutherland, P. Senter, J. C. Boyd, D. White, B. Noe, J. Sutherland. SeSc anon Choir officers: Darla Counts, Secretary; Stanley Robins, Vice-Presi- dent; Mr. Ronald Jones, Treasurer, Carolyn Chaffin, President. GAt oir The Lebanon High School Choir is a popular credit course at LHS. Membership is determined through auditions held in the spring. This year emphasis has been placed on A CAPPELLA singing and learning to sing by notes. The Choir participated in the White Christmas program and the Easter program. The choir also presented a half hour of recorded Christmas music on WCYB Radio. Eight students participated in the All-State Chorus at Galax. They were: Patsy Settle, Linda Jackson, Betty Gross, George Thomas, James Farmer, Donnie Taylor, John Philip Senter, and Stanley Robbins. 70
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