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DED1CA TIOM Mrs . Louella Vicars Mrs. Louella Mercer Vicars, a graduate of Radford College, began her teaching career thirty-eight years ago. For the past twenty-four years, she has instructed students in the classroom at Lebanon High School, counseled with them in their problems, advised them in making plans for further education, and guided them in choice of vocation. She was assistant principal from 1954 to 1957 and served in the Guidance Department sixteen years. Over and above routine duties of in- struction, recordkeeping, and guidance, however, Mrs. Vicars has been an example of one whose quality of life has had an extra dimension characterized by personal dignity, spiritual strength, integrity, unselfish devotion, and genuine concern. In the classroom, Mrs. Vicars has maintained high standards of instruction and discipline. She has adhered strictly to her subject of English “as it should be spoken” and has expected from her students conduct becoming young ladies and young gentlemen. In the community, Mrs. Vicars is a highly respected citizen. She is a loyal and faithful member of Lebanon Memorial United Methodist Church and of the Order of the Eastern Star and is a member of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society. She is a good neighbor, really caring about people and helping them in times of perplexing problems, illness, or bereavement. One might think that a person of Mrs. Vicars’ ability and accomplishments might tend to become proud; Mrs. Vicars’ only reply to such admiration is, however, “I feel that whatever I have been able to do has been God working through me.” As Mrs. Vicars looks toward retirement at the close of the 1976-77 school year, the student body of Lebanon High School extends appreciation and sincere wishes for many happy years of carefree, relaxed enjoyment to one who deserves only the best.
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: James Snead, president; Dennis Vance, vice-president; Teresa Tiller, secretary; Gary Coleman, treasurer. Lorie Addison Randy Addison Randy Adkins Mike Akers Bobby Artrip 130
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