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Representatives To better our school and to improve the individual student’s school life, Lebanon High sends represen- tatives to various fvmctions throu out Virginia and the neighboring states. L.H.S. is proud of the ac- complishments of its clubs and thus gladly allows students to attend these various conventions. Linda McGlothlin was chosen as Dogwood Princess to represent L.H.S. as a candidate for Dogwood Queen in Venton. Outstanding students enrolled in business administration courses competed in the County-wide Business Contest. 96
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Forensics Patty Large, first place girl ' s prose forensic winner, finds that a re- laxing moment is an opportune time to study her selection. In tranquil surroundings, Conley Damron, first place winner in boy ' s prose, studies his selection by Bjorn- son. Judy Reid, first place spelling winner, concentrates upon the complexity of spelling the word, abdominal. The tape recorder aids the first place poetry winner, Pricilla Jessee, to improve the presentation of her poem. David Biggerstaff, first place boys ' public speaking winner, and Gwen Gilmer, first place girls ' public speaking winner, find that eleocution is acquired through skill and diligent practice. 95
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Kitty Monk attended the SCA Workshop at Radford College. Elaine Griffith, Mary Sue Gilmer, Priscilla Jessee, Becky Set- tle, David Reid, Nancy Moi and Sharon Jones attended Blue Ridge Assembly in North Carolina. Girls ' and Boys’ State representatives were Barbara Jessee, Kitty Monk, Eddie Jennings, and Robby Smith. Marla Odum, Brenda Fogleman, Tommy Kiser, Eddie Jennings, Nancy Hurt and Nancy Monk were representatives at the Model General Assembly in Richmond. 97
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