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Lebanon High Supports Heart Fund The S.C.A. of Lebanon High Raised $283 for the Heart Fund during the week of February 23—27. Jeff Sword, S.C.A. President, headed the successful drive. Barbara Jones was elected Queen by penny votes; Catherine Stuart was first runner-up and Charlie Beavers was Honorary King. A basketball game between the basketball cheer- leaders and the football cheerleaders was held during this week, proceeds going to the Heart Fund. Honorary King: Charlie Beavers 42 First Runner-Up: Catherine Stuart
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Mardi Gras Mardi Gras Queen Beth Fields and King John D. Meade converse with Mr. Horton after being crowned. Left to Right: Debbie Campbell, Quinton Fields, Debbie Fanis, John Edge, Cathy Hicks, Bill Jessee, Sandra Jessee, Steve Mamoran, Linda Gent, Skipper Harless, Clyde Lester, Crewe Comus; J. D. Meade, King, Beth Fields, Queen, Gail Puckett, Maid of Honor; Alisa Kegley, Mike Hendrickson, Jackie Ring, Leonard Farmer, Mary Ann Harris, Dickie Price, Jeanette Cox, Tim Fields, Ravonda Price, Lester Osborne. The faces reflect the enjoyment of all who attended the Mardi Gras. Pam Thomas, Mardi Gras Chairman, presented Mrs. Bundy with flowers to express their appreciation to her.
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At the special Awards Day assembly on May 20, Eugene Mercer, on behalf of the Senior Class, presented Mr. Horton with a gift of appreciation. The Class of 70 will never forget the notorious water tower painters, Robby Monk, Swamp Gilbert, Big Butch Tritt, Gosh Garrett, Doug Altizer, and Shep. The first social event for the Seniors was the annual signing party, given by the Pioneer Staff. Music and refreshments added spice to the get-together. 43 Connie Boyd was named Second Runner-Up and also received the title “Miss Congeniality” in the Vinton Dogwood Festival.
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