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Page 20 text:
The first HifY club was organized in L. H. S, in
1925 to encourage Christian lite and the spirit of fellow!
ship among the boys.
During the past year this club has rendered many
useful services to the school. At Open House during
Homecoming, members of the club distributed basketf
ball schedules to the alumni. Several members aided the
Sunshine Society in distributing Sunshine baskets for
Thanksgiving and Christmas.
The second Thursday of each month is set aside for
the meetings of this club, at which time roundftable dis'
cussions on topics pertaining to school life are featured.
Each year a boy is sent to the State Older Boys' Conf
ference to represent the local organization.
Directing the activities of the club during the past
year were: George Burgess, presidentg Lee Porter, vicef
presidentg Vifendell Martin, secretaryg Richard White,
treasurer, and Mr. Glenn Neeves, who acted as the
sponsor of the club.
Fourth Row: Weiidell Martin, Junior Clemenson, joe
Witt, Phillip Bassett, Byron Cunningham, Bob Laflin,
Third Row: Arthur Darnell, Merritt Ford, lvan Linton,
Wzilter Souders. George Wild, Marion Swinford,
Buren Crane, James Goodwin.
Second Row: H. R. Ritchie, Richard 'NVhite, Theodore
Gullion, Richard Lenox, Charles Forbes, Lee Porter,
james Mclntyre, Keith Holmes.
First Row: Willisiiii Lewis, Ura Kincaid, Charles Hedge,
Meredith Bratton, Williriiii Lusk, Morris Ritchie, Ora
Merriott, Ben Hershberger, VJinl'ord Groover, Robf
ert Cassidy, .lohn Fulwider.
To boost all activities in which L. H. is repref
sented is the purpose of the Boosters Club, which was
tirst organized in 1916 by Searle Comley and Russell
Chambers. The members meet every other Monday
during activity period to discuss various ways of boost'
ing school activities.
These boys acted as ushers during the basketball
season and also presented a play at a convocation prof
gram in May.
Membership in the Boosters Club includes live junf
iors and live seniors. By this system each member has
two lull years of membership. At the end of the school
year five sophomores are selected by the club memb:rs,
and voted on by members of the faculty. The follow'
ing September these boys as juniors become active
Officers of the club this year are: Charles Forbes,
president, and james Hanna, treasurer. Mr. Wallter
Tyre, English instructor, acted as sponsor for this orf
Second Row: john Darnall, Richard Wliite, Robert
Cassidy, Charles Forbes, Mr. Tyre, sponsor.
First Row: Morris Ritchie, blames Hanna, james Good'
win, john Fulvvider, James Mclntyre, james Honan.
Charles Broshar, Gilbert Smith, Charles Martin, ,lim
Richman and Harry Hawkins were selected from the
sophomore class during the second semester to replace
the five graduating seniors in this organization.
Page 19 text:
Urgani:etl for the purpose of spreading cheer and
sunshine throughout the school ancl community, the
Sunshine Society was first started in L. H. S. in 1013.
This organization is matle up of all the girls in the school
working in four separate committees, each headed hy a
stutlent chairman ancl sponsor: The Sunshine Spirit in
the School. The Black ancl Gold, The Sunshine Spirit
in the Community, and The Daughters of Apollo.
Monthly meetings are in charge of these committees,
lluring the tirst semester of each school year a play
is given under the auspices of the Sunshine Society ancl
this year the society chose as their play Louisa M. Alf
cott's "Little Vv'oinen.i'
A silver tea for girls antl their mothers was also
sponsorecl hy the society. Aclleris local department store
presentetl a style show, accompaniecl hy a talk on apf
propriate clothes for school wear.
Un Novemher 17 a large clelegation represente-cl the
Lehanon Society at the District Sunshine Convention at
Furnishing the girls' rest room was the main project
ol the society lor this year.
Directing the activities of the organization is the
Sunshine Council macle up of representatives of each
class antl the otlicers ot' the organi:ation. The council
meets when callccl together hy the president or hy the
sponsor, Miss Bliss Maple.
The otlicers for 193469 are: President, Ann Mc'
Colleyg Vieefpresiclent. Peggy Hornaclayg Recording Sec'
retary. Betty Voris: Corresponding Secretary, .lean Ellen
McCorcl. antl Treasurer. Betty Atlney.
Memhers of the council are: Eunice Sutphin. Milf
tlrecl Batlgley, Ruth Miller, Cecelia Zissis. Margaret
Martin, and Martha Rogers.
Second Row: Eunice Sutphin. Milclrecl Baclgley, Ruth
Miller, Cecelia Zissis, lvlargaret Martin. Miss Nlaple,
First Row: Miss Bell, clean of girls: Ann Mclfolley.
Betty Voris, Martha Rogers, Peggy Hornaclay. Betty
Adney, jean McCord.
Under the leadership and guitlance ol Mrs. Stephen-
son the Junior High Sunshine Society was organized.
Girls entering junior High are initiatecl as mcmhers ot
this organization and then are automatically matle mem'
hers of the Senior High Society when they hecome
Freshmen This year the society sponsoretl tlental
work among several neecly stutlents antl at Christinas
time eleven haskets of toocl ancl toys were also tlistrihl
utecl. During the year several school hooks antl articles
ot clothing were purchasecl. At Hallowe'en ancl Valenf
tine seasons the society sponsoretl two matinee tlances
tor the girls. ln ortler to make money for their tlilllerf
ent projects the society gave cancly, paper. antl "hrown
Uilicers for the 193-P35 year are: Presitlent. Norma
.lean Thompsong Vicefpresitlent, Norma VX'iltlg antl Secf
retaryfTreasurer, Suzanne Ulen. The executive cominitf
tee consists of Donna Siess ancl Ann Custer from the
Page 21 text:
Since its organization in 1927 by Miss Bliss Maple,
the Home Economics Club has been an active organizaf
tion in L. H. S. New members are chosen each year in
the fall and spring, members being required to have two
credits in domestic science.
Bifmonthly meetings are held at the homes oi' the
girls at which time interesting programs pertaining to
homefmaking are given by the members. It is customary
for the club each year to study the foods and styles of
serving in various foreign countries. Two annual guest
parties are given by the club each year.
This group of girls assists in the preparation and
serving oi' all banquets and dinners which are given by
the school, Each year the club sends delegates to the
Home Ec Convention held at Technical High School,
It is the purpose of this club to develop appreciation,
interest, and knowledge in all phases of homefmaking.
Through the influence of their club the girls realize their
responsibility to their home, their school, and com,
munity, and pledge themselves to help promote a more
friendly spirit among the high school girls.
The oiiiccrs for the club this year were: Frances
Powell, prcsidentg Eunice Sutphin, vicefpresident, and
Mary Ann Vxfynkoop, secretaryftreasurer.
Third Row: Kathleen Campbell, Marguerite Montgomf
ery, Lucy Thompson, Helen Badgley, Mary Olive
Second Row: Frances Powell, Nina Neese, Ophia Ferf
guson, Ann McColley, Miss Maple, sponsor, Lucille
Thompson, jean Stewart, Martha jean Waltciii, Mar'
Home Ee Club
First Row: Mary Edens, Mary K. Wzilkcr, Martha Rog-
crs, Eunice Sutphin, Einogene Blubaugh, Dorothy
Edens, Mildred Badgley, Mary Lou Bradshaw, Roxie
Although the baby among other clubs, the Science
Club, organized in 1932, is one of the most outstanding
and active organizations in the school.
With the purpose of encouraging an interest in
science, meetings were held every other week on Tues'
day evenings. At these meetings, reports on recent def
velopments in science were given by the membersg
slides on the manufacturing of various products were
shown and Mr. Cecil Bennington and Mr. M. M. jones,
science instructors and club sponsors, often performed
interesting experiments. Informal discussions on current
science topics usually followed the program.
To stimulate interest among the members, the club
held a kid party early in the fall. One of the highlights
in the programs given this year occurred in january,
when the club sponsored a lecture on light and the care
of the eyes, presented by a prominent Indianapolis Pubf
lic Service representative. At this meeting special invi-
tations were issued to local optometrists and parents of
At the election of ofiiccrs for l93-P35 Ben Hersh-
berger was elected president: Ophia Ferguson, vicefpresf
identg Maurice Schoen, secretaryftreasurer, and Patria
Daily, assistant secretary,
Fourth Row: Betty Adney, Barbara Gray, Opal lvlartin,
Enid Poynter, Lucille Thompson, Mildred Finch,
Canrinned on Pug: 38
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