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as I constantly pursued that which was to make me happy. Valedictorian 1970: Gwen Kiser Salutatorian 1970: Francine Easterly Sammy Gray was the recipient of the Most Valuable Baseball Player Award, presented to him in assembly by Coach Bolinsky. Track Lettermen were announced by Mr. Lawson.
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Time unfolded and memories made their mark COUNTY BUSINESS CONTEST WINNERS: Patricia Breeding, 2nd General Business; Debbie Taylor, 2nd Bookkeeping; Cathy Glovier, 3rd Typing I; Frances Crabtree, 4th General Business; Kay Pyle, 1st Typing I; Sharon Robinson, 1st General Business; Gwen Kiser, 1st Shorthand; Gloria Parks, 4th Typing II; Judy Sykes, 4th Shorthand; Susan Smith, 2nd Filing, Mrs. Doris Bundy, Sponsor and Mrs. Janette Wagoner, Sponsor. The Most Valuable Player Award for Track was presented to Dave Reid by Coach Lawson. Right: High scorer on the Time Current Affairs test was Gary Burns, Second Jeff Sword, and Third David Warner. gy - X ¥ w i ' c . Mr. Rasnake’s Chemistry students toured the science department at East Tennessee State University on May 2.
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Homecoming 1969 The Sophomore float, “The Spirit of 72”, won first place in the Homecoming Parade. Lebanon’s annual Homecoming pageantry began weeks be- fore the actual event with hard work on floats and patient planning. At a big bonfire on Thursday night, the kids shouted and cheered as they burned a “Blue Devil” in effigy. When the big day rolled around on October 10, a gala Homecoming was set. The night’s festivities began with a parade of floats, cheer- leaders, the Pioneer Band, and the Homecoming Court. After the parade, the Pioneers met their arch rivals from Castlewood on the gridiron. A happy “Big Red” team hustled to the locker room at half-time while the coronation took place on field. Appaluse filled the air as Leah Bolling was crowned our ’69 Queen. The week ended with a dance on Saturday night, sponsored by the Junior Class. Thus, another memory was made. Leah, escorted by Freddie Sutherland, is crowned by football captain, David Reid. 38 Leah Ann Bolling HOMECOMING QUEEN 1969
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