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FIRST ROW: D. Moore, D. Buskirk, S. Hendrickson. SECOND ROW: C. Mamoran, A. Senter, C. Hargis, J. Helbert, S. Ball, E. Griffith, D. Johnson, B. Jessee,J. Hargis. THIRD ROW: D. Ramey, D. Murphy, B. Jessee, V. Pennick, N. Adams, J. Talbert, B. Jessee. FOURTH ROW: J. Ramey, G. Durrett, C. Boyd, L. McGlothlin, D. Bolling, P. Foy, T. Senter, M. Alderson, F. Jones. FIFTH ROW: D. Durrett, D. Murray, S. Bolling, S. Norris, V. Smith, E. Mamoran. SIXTH ROW: T. Jessee, H. Taylor, D. Snead, E. Glovier, R. Talbert, G. Hall. SEVENTH ROW: K. Cherry, J. Jessee, K. Keys. EIGHTH ROW: K. Monk, B. Farmer, D. Settle, S. Peay, E. Crist, K. Holliday. NINTH ROW: S. Justice, C. Damron. The " Pioneer " Band is noted for its marching in area events. The band is almost entirely self-supporting. Besides representing our school, the band proudly represents the town of Lebanon in its many travels such as the Vinton Dogwood Festival. This year the band participated at our pre-game and half- time activities at our football games. The band also went to the Bristol Band Festival; Abingdon Tobacco Festival; Christ- mas parades at Lebanon, Cleveland, Honaker, Tazewell, and Richlands ; and the District Seven Concert Band Festival at John Battle High School. In April the band attended the Vinton Dogwood Festival. All-State Band honors this year went to Dana Buskirk, Charles Hargis, Susan Peay, and Becky Jessee. Twirling majorettes were: Kitty Monk, Jane Hargis, Glenda Hall, Frankie Sue Jones, Terry Jessee, Carol Mamoran, Joyce Ramey, and Karen Holliday. Mascots were: Debbie Moore and Susie Hendrickson. Feature Twirler was Conley Damron. Mr. Ronald Jones has been the band director Band officers were: Charles Hargis, Band Captain; Kenneth Keys, First Lieutenant; Ketty Monk, at Lebanon for seven years. Head Majorette; Dana Buskirk, Drum Majorette; Rusty Talbert, Drum Captain; Susan Paey, Re- porter; and (Not Pictured) Jane Hargis, Assistant Head Majorette. 71
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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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Cftthfelics Important qualities for adult life draw their beginning from high school athletics. Measure- less education is gained from being with other people in competitive sports. LHS students have been enthusiastic in their participation in and support of sports. Parts of summer vacation were sacrificed to begin early training, and after school time was spent with hours of practice to perfect the game. Crisp autumn nights brought football games. Basketball provided a change of pace during winter months, and the crack of the bat and the swift flight of a track meet appeared with spring. Our quest of athletic achievement provided hours of fun, excitement, education and countless memories. A 130 ! oj Qj y H i 7 orwarcf IN QUEST OF
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