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Page 15 text:
CEDARS i935 Thirteen
The Pennant, due to finances, was changed this year
from a printed paper to a mimeographed one. Instead of
having four pages as it has previously had, it contained
six. The paper was published on an average of every
week and a half, All the mimeographing and cutting
of stencils was done hy memhers ol the staff.
Page editors were used the first semester, hut this
plan was changed the second semester, and chairmen
from the class wuhlishing the Pennant were chosen to
oversee the gathering and wuhlishini' of the news.
i 5 I 5
Betty Adney and Patria Daily served as cofeditors
of first and sixth pages the first semester. Betty Arm'
strong presided over second page, George Burgess edited
third page and .loan Vsfimhorough, the fourth. Betty
D. Coomhs was in charge of the sports page.
Chairmen for the second semester were: Anita
Rayl, Roland Hicks, George Wild, Helen Hackett, Richf
ard Wliite, Frances Beck, Barhara Smith, Peggy Hornaf
day, Mary Ann Vxfynkoop, Byron Cunningham, and
Billy Lantz. During this semester the class was divided
into two stalls and puhlished the Pennant under superf
vision of the ahove chairmen.
Pl'llll3lllf Stal if
From the 193-P39 staifs several memhers were selected
to help puhlish the Lehanon Reporter during the second
SECOND RCFW: .lean Stewart
Martha M. Bradley
S ECC WN D RUNV:
NOT IN PICTURE:
Mary Ann VVynkoop
Page 14 text:
The most important place in any high school to a
history student is the school library, and important to
any library is the library staff.
L. H. S. is very fortunate in having a very capable
and eiiicient library staif. This staff is headed by Iwirs.
Certrude Cook, who has been school librarian in L. H. S.
for eleven years.
Members of the staff are chosen from the sophomore
class by Mrs. Cook and Mr. Christian, principal. After
having been selected, the names of the girls are pref
sented to the Lebanon Public Library Board, and if they
are approved, the girls serve their apprenticeship in the
Public Library for six weeks.
The present staff, which assists Mrs. Cook in the
Senior High library and also has charge of the junior
High library, consists of four seniors, live juniors, and
Each semester six girls from the ninth grade are
selected by Miss Grace Etchison, assistant principal, to
act as assistants in the .lunior High otiice.
It is the duty of these girls to check attendance, to
answer telephone calls that come to the oflice, and to
run errands for the various teachers.
During the latter part of April the senior members of
the staff were honor guests at a pitehfin supper held at
the home of Mrs. Cook, given by Mrs. Cook and the
remaining members of the staif.
Mary Herr Shelby
Mary Louise Witt
Mary Ann VVynkoop
Ruth Audra Miller
Mrs. Cook, Librarian
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The 193485 Lebanon Debate squad ended a highly
successful season, winning 14 out of QU debates, for an
average of 7U per cent.
The schedule was as follows:
Anderson Tournament .,,,,,7.,......,....,. S 2
Cirls' Dual Debate with Logansport 1 I
Southport ,7,,..,,,........,...,,,...., .......,,.., 2 U
Triangular .....,......7,,,, .. 7,,Y,.. ll 2
District Tournament ,.........,,i.,,,,,,,..... 3 1
Five nonfdecision debates with Shortridgc, Tech'
nical, and the freshman team of DePauw were also
included on the schedule.
NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE
Eleven new members were made eligible for mem'
bership in the National Forensic League as a result of
the Anderson Tournament. This is an honorary forenf
sic organization, and to be eligible for membership in
this organization a student must have represented his
school in some forensic contest. Points for membership
are given for oratorieal contests, debates, and declamaf
tion and discussion contests. As a member gains N. F. L
points he receives the following degrees: 10 points'-
The Degree of Merit: 30 pointsf -The Degree of Honor:
60 points 'The Degree of Excellence: 100 pointsHfThe
Degree of Distinction.
Present members and their degrees are: Mr. Gooch,
the degree of distinction f1oS.4J: Weiidell Martin, the
degree of distinctiong Betty Adney, the degree of disf
tinction: Betty Armstrong, the degree of excellence:
C0lIffl1!ll'L4J ou Page S9
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Fifteen per cent of the graduating class is elected to
the National Honor Society, which was first organzzed
in L. H. S. in 1923, These members are chosen by facf
ulty members. First announcement of the election of
candidates is made on Honor Day of the class' junior
year, second on Homecoming, and the third is made at
the end of the second six weeks' period in the following
Membership in this organization is the highest honor
that can be conferred upon a high school student. Qual'
iiications for membership in the National Honor Society
are based upon leadership, service, character, and
scholastic standing. Its chief aim is to promote these
The sponsors of the local National Honor Society
hold membership in at least one honorary society, Miss
Lillian Witt, Miss Mary Ann Tauer, Miss Ruth Brookf
shire, and Mr. Wztlter Tyre were elected to the local
chapter of the society when in high school. Miss Kath-
leen Davis was a member of the Shortridge group, lMr.
T. L. Christian and Mr. Cecil Bennington were membsrs
of Phi Beta Kappa at Wzibztsh.
Second Row: Betty Adney, Ann McCollcy, Patria
Daily, Eunice Sutphin, Barbara Cray.
First Row: Charles Hedge, Weiidell Martin, john Fulf
wider, blames McIntyre, james Hanna.
Not in Picture: Mildred Badgley, Mary Lou Bradshaw,
Betty Edwards, Betty D. Coombs, Leah Morton,
Opal Martin, Grace Field.
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