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Page 17 text:
The stall' for the 193 L. H. S. Cedars was chosen hy
Mr. T, L. Christian, principal, and Miss Ruth Brookf
shire, head of the journalism department, as the result
of tryouts among all seniors interested in journalistic
work. The following seniors were chosen: Editorfinf
chief, Mary Lou Bradshaw: Business Manager, blames
Hannag Bookfkeeper, Mildred Badgleyg Senior editor,
Betty Adneyg Activities editor, Betty Armstrong: Class
editor, Barhara Urayg Sports editor, Betty D. Coomhs:
Circulation manager, james Melntyrez Art and Picture
editor, Eunice Sutphing Typist editor, Delores Campbell:
Copy editor, Grace Field.
Other seniors who were selected as assistants were:
john Fulxvider, Lucille Thompson, Ann McColley, joan
VVimhorough, Betty Edwards, Ora Merriott, Dorothy
Edens, Charles Forhes, Elizaheth Kennedy, Frances
ltowell, Edna Lasley, Maxine Daugherty, Eleanor Pearl,
Patria Daily, and Ophia Ferguson.
Third Roxy: Grace Field, Eleanor Pearl, Delores Campf
hell, james Melntyre, john Fulwider, Weiiclell Marf
tin, james Hanna, Charles Forhes, Ura Merriott.
Second Row: Edna Lasley. Patria Daily, Barhara Gray,
Ann McColley, Lucille Thompson, Betty D. Coomhs,
Mary Lon Bradshaw, Betty Edwards, Betty Armf
First Row: Betty Adney, Mildred Badgley, Uphia Ferf
guson, Dorothy Edens, Eunice Sutphin, Frances
Powell, Eli:aheth Kennedy, Maxine Daugherty, Joan
1ll'll3ll'S Sta ff
Quill 8 Svroll
By a charter received in 1920, L. H. S. xvas permitted
to organize a chapter of the Quill and Scroll Society,
national honor society for high school journalists.
To he eligihle for memhership in this organization, a
student must he a junior or senior in high school or a
post graduateg he must he in the upper third of his class
seholasticallyz he must have done superior work in some
phase of journalistic work, and he must have heen rec-
ommended hy the local journalism advisor and approved
hy the national secretary.
Each school year the national chapter of the Quill and
Scroll swonsors three contests, consisting oli various divil
sions. This year L. H. S. wa: well represented in these
contests and in each received mention.
At the present time there are eleven memhers ot' this
society in L. H. S.
Second Row: james Melntyre, .Ioan Vxfimhorough, Betty
Armstrong. Grace Field, james Hanna.
First Row: Ura Merriott, Betty Edwards, Eunice But'
phin, Barhara Gray, l'atria Daily.
Not in Picture: Betty Adney.
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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:
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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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The first Societas Romanas was organized in 1927
under the supervision of Miss Olivia Voliva, for the
purpose of encouraging the study of advanced Latin.
Each member of this club must have completed four
semesters and be working on the lifth semester of Latin
Meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month,
and special topics on Roman life, manners and customs,
Roman mythology and literature, Roman art, and cities
and government as they were in the days when Rome
was at her height, are discussed. Each year it has been
a custom of the club to hold a Roman banquet, served,
as nearly as possible, in true Old Roman style.
Ollicers of the club for the past year were: Weiidell
Martin, first consulg Ann McColley, second consul, jim
Honan, quaestor1 Leah Morton, curilefaedilz and Barbara
Une unusual event in the club's calendar this year was
when the members were guests at the party given by the
Latin Club of Thorntown High School, This party was
in the form of a Latin banquet and was served in a style
used by the old Romans.
Second Row: Grace Field, Barbara Cray, Ann McColf
ley, Betty Adney, Elsie Aldrich, Leah Morton, lxlilf
First Row: Edna Lasley, Weiidell Martin, Miss Masters,
sponsor: blames Honan, Barbara Smith, Alberta
ln order to stimulate and promote interest among
high school vu ails in the French lan fuare and ieowle,
s l l Ps 1-.
the Pourquoi Pas Club was organized in 1926. Ivliss
Ruth Brookshire French teacher is now swonsor ot the
, , l
Each month the club is entertained by a party held
in the home of one of the members. Once a month a
business meeting is held at school during the activity
period. Here talks and reports on French life and cus'
toms are given by the members or by some one who has
lived or traveled in France.
During the closing week of the 1934 school term, the
club sponsored a display of articles from France, which
had been collected by thc members. These, along with
books on French industries and a product map of France,
made by the French 6 class, made a very interesting
Twice a year the club has a candy sale, and in the
fall a weiner roast begins the club's activities,
lt has been the custom of the club to award .1 FBWJU
prize on Honor Day to the outstanding student in
Two groups of students are eligible for membership:
Those having completed either French 3 or French 4,
and seniors maintaining a high scholastic standing in
Ollicers for 1934 and 1935 are: Ophia Ferguson,
president: John Darnall, vicefpresident, and Ben Coombs,
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