Lebanon High School - Souvenir Yearbook (Lebanon, TN)

 - Class of 1935

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Ten CEDARS I935 Wendell Marlin, Be+'ry Edwards, George Burgess, Mary Lou Bradshaw, Richard While, BeHy Adney, Charles Forbes, Ann McColley. SENIUR ACTIVITIES SENIOR DINNER PARTY Senior activities got under way early this year when the annual senior dinner party was held in the Home Economics room, October 26. As is customary at all senior functions, the candelabra committee performed the candelabra ceremony and various members of the class, representing ghosts of the present, past and future, gave afterfdinner toasts, Following the dinner, a short program consisting of musical numbers by the Senior Trio, accompanied by Charles Minor, and a short skit, presented by members of the class, was given in the gym. Music for the dance was furnished by 'iAl's Night Owls," and thus ended the seniors' first big party. Committees for the dinner party were in charge of Betty Edwards, chairman of the program committee, Lucille Thompson, chairman of the supper committee, Rosemary Parr, chairman of the dance committee, Charles Forbes, chairman of the ticket committee, Eunice Sutphin, chairman of the decorations, and Pauline Gill, chairman of the invitations. OUR MARDl GRAS Homecoming this year was in the form of a Mardi Gras. After the Homecoming speech by Nliss Ruth Campbell, a graduate of L. H. S. in the class of 19470 and a former teacher in the high school, a band of the holiday revelers in costumes formed the Mardi Gras parade. Skits, "Down on the Levee," a clown tumbling act, and a Spanish court scene carried out the carnival theme, The afternoon program ended with the senior class singing Indiana college songs. After the program the different school departments and organizations held Open House for the returning alumni. The successful rabbit supper, basketball game, and Homecoming dance ended the Mardi Gras festivities. Committees for Homecoming were in charge of Mary Lou Bradshaw and james Melntyre, cofchairnien of the decorations committee, Betty Adney, chairman of the program committee, Dorothy Witt, chairman of inf vitations, Ophia Ferguson, chairman of the rabbit sup' per, and Lee Porter, chairman of the dance committee. MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM For the first time in many years, the senior class un' der the direction of Mr. Darrel Gooch, class sponsor and head of the speech department, produced a Shakes' pearean playf'-"Midsummer Night's Dream." A cast of thirtyfeight seniors gave the play two nights, Ivlay 2 and 3. "Midsummer Nights Dream" deals with the love affairs of Hermia fPatria Dailyj, Helena fMary Lou Bradshawl, Demetrius fVw'endell Martinl, and Lysander fCharles Forbesj. Supporting these main characters are the Duke Theseus Uames Hannaj, Hippolyta lBetty Adneyj, the father of Hermia fCharles Hedgel, and the Master of Revels fDon Ricej. The clowns under the direction of Bully Bottom fDick Whitej furnished the main comedy portion in the play. They were Quince fCeorge Burgessj, Snug Qlilobf ert Laflinj, Flute flames Mclntyrej, Snout fByron Cunf ninghamj, and Starveling fLester Bradleyl. Titania and Oberon fLucy Thompson and Ben Hershbergerj, with their bands of singing and dancing fairies, and Puck fBetty D. Coombsj gave the fantasy and supernatural part to the drama. A committee consisting of Barbara Gray, chairman, Byron Cunningham, Dorothy Witt, George Burgess, Lucy Thompson, and Betty Armstrong chose the play.

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CEDARS was Nine BETTY THOMPSON Sunshine Society: Science Club. LUCILLE THOMPSON Pres. Home Ec. Club 3: French Club: Science Club: Cvlee Club: "Mid- Sumrner Niqhl's Dreamw: "The Peoplels Choiceu: Cedars Staff: Pennant Staff. LUCY THOMPSON ll-lome Ec. Club: Science Club: Glee Club: Pennanf Staff: "Liffle Women": 'Broadway Boundw: "Take My Advice": "Midsummer Niqhf's Dream." LEON THRINE French Club: Class Moffo Comm. MILDRED TRIBBETT Pennant Sfaff: French Club: Commercial Club. JOE WALKER Athletic Associafion. MARY MILDRED WELLS Sunshine Society: Commercial Club: Office Assisranf. GERALD WHITE Sr. Commencement Invitation Com. RICHARD WH ITE Varsify Baslcefball: Candelabra Com.: Boosiers Club: Pennant Staff: l-li-Y Club: Science Club: "Midsummer Niqhf's Dream." JOAN WIMBOROUGH French Club Secy.-Ire-as. 3: Science Club: Quill and Scroll: Page Ed. Pennanf: Cedars Staff: N. F. L. DOROTHY WITT Science Club: Commercial Club:Glee Club: Homecoming lnifiafions Com.: "Broadway Bound": "Midsummer Nights Dream." JEFFERSON WOOD Lee County H. S., Florida: Science Club: Commercial Club: Sfaqe Mgr. Senior Play. l You have seen our pictures. You have seen a written account of what we have accomplished during our years in high school. That which you cannot see, that which we have spent four years in acquiring, is best illustrated by the candelabra ceremony which is performed at all senior functions. The ceremony follows: I light this taper as a symbol of Health, recognizing that a healthy mind in a healthy body is essential to complete living. I light this taper representing the command of the Fundamental Processes, accepting the precept of Solomon who said: Wisdoiii is the principal thing, therefore get Wisdom, and with all that get' ting, get understanding. I light this taper dedicated to Worthy Home Membership, believing the perpetuation of the American Home to be the recognized obligation of every educated individual. I light this taper representing Vocation as a symbol of our belief that education must lay the foundation for our work in future years. I light this taper symbolizing Citizenship, realizing that the foundation of our democracy is laid in the wisdom and integrity of its members as individuals. I light this taper dedicated to worthy use of Leisure, realizing that the use of one's leisure time is a measure of his character. I light this taper representing Ethical Character, the chief end of all human endeavor.

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CEDARS I935 Eleven ADMINISTIIATIIIN Miss Bell, dean of girls: Mr. Chris+ian, principal: Mr. Van Riper, superiniendenh Miss E+chison, assisianl principal: Miss Shahan, clerk. ASSISTANTS Second Row: Delores Campbell, EIizabe+h Kennedy, Mildred Badgley, Enid Poynier, Frances Powell, Maxine Daugherty, Doroihy Edens. First Row: Marguerite Gibbs, Nina Neese, Hazel Hill, Eunice Suiphin, Edna Lesley, Mary Mildred Wells, Since 1921 Mr. Paul Van Riper has headed the Lebanon Public Schools as superintendent. Under his guidance the schools have maintained an A rating throughout the state. In 1923 the present senior high school building was built, and in 1932 the gymnasium was added to the school property, both being built through the cliorts of Mr. Van Riper. Assisting Mr. Van Riper in the oiiice is Miss Hazel Shahan, whose duty it is to keep the school books, make out the yearly financial reports, attend all board meet' ings and file reports of these meetings, and attend to whatever business may come up in the absence of Mi'. Van Riper. In 19311 Mr, Thomas L. Christian, a former student of L. H. was chosen to act as principal. Following his graduation from Wzibaisli College, Mr. Christian had returned to L. H. S. to teach mathematics, and in a few years was made head of this department, a position he retained until he was chosen principal. Beriha Marie Beck. Miss Grace Etchison has been teaching in L. H. S. since 1918. She started as a teacher of English and a few years later assisted in the Latin department. In 1928 she became dean of girls and at the present time she is the assistant principal, One teacher associated with the Lebanon schools for many years is Miss Lydia Bell, who at the present time is dean of girls. Miss Bell is also head of the history department in L. H. S. Seven girls are chosen each semester from the sec- retarial training class to assist Miss Bell, dean of girls, and Mr. Christian, principal, in the Senior High oliice. These girls must check attendance, type all an' nouncements and bulletins, run errands. type business letters, answer telephone calls, and attend to any busif ness which may come up in the absence of Miss Bell or Mr. Christian.

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