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Page 24 text:
The first Commercial Club was organized in 1927 by
Miss Ewbank and Miss Blackman in order to stimulate
interest in commercial subjects and to give students a
chance to hear practical talks by business men and wom'
en. Since that time it has continued to be one of the
most active organizations in Lebanon High School. Niiss
Violet Brown and Miss Kathleen Davis are the present
In order to become a member a student must have
two credits in commercial subjects and working on two
more, or have obtained the equivalent of four credits.
Subjects offering commercial credits are: Type 1 and 2,
commercial arithmetic, secretarial training, and business
During the meetings, papers on different phases of
commercial work are read by the members. An inter'
esting talk by a representative of Central Business Col'
lege was featured at the April meeting. At various
times during the year chili and pitchfin suppers were
The oiiicers tor 1934 and 1935 are: President, james
Mclntyreg Vicefpresident, Betty Coombs, and Secretaryf
Treasurer, Charles Hedge.
Fourth Row: jelferson Waiod, James Hanna, john Fulf
wider, Lee Porter, james McIntyre, Charles Forbes,
Donald Rice, Charles Hedge, Theodore Gullion,
Miss Davis, sponsor, Aletha Dicks.
Third Row: Eileen johnson, Mildred Tribbett, Mar'
guerite Gibbs, Mary Bowman, june Reveal, Hazel
Hill, Mary XfVells, Louise Miller, Sarah Green, Mary
Ashley, Roxie Gregg, Dorothy Edens, Miss Brown,
Second Row: Delores Campbell, Dorothy NVitt, Opal
Martin, Enid Poynter, Mary Edens, Edna Lasley,
Patria Daily, Betty Coombs, Mary Lou Bradshaw,
Betty Edwards, Rosemary Parr, Lora Dodd.
First Row: Maxine Daugherty, Mildred Badgley, Ann
McColley, Ophia Ferguscin, Frances Powell, Eunice
Sutphin, Emogene Blubaugh, Martha Mitchell, Max'
ine Ludlow, Nina Neese, Pauline Gill.
Through the combined efforts of the physical educa-
tion, art, and music departments, the annual May Fcsf
tival was held this year during the second week in lw1ay.
Each grade from the grade schools was represented
in this pageant along with the girls' gym classes from
the junior and senior high schools.
The program was arranged by Mrs. Keith Cox and
was presented to follow the months of the school year,
the lirst part of the program starting with the beginning
of the term and the latter part devoted to the finish of
the school year.
Proceeds from this Festival will go to increase the
equipment for the physical education department.
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Page 25 text:
Girls' Glee Club
Each year at the beginning of the school term, try'
outs are held for membership in the Boys' and Girls'
Special Clee Clubs. This group of students during the
past year cofoperated with the school officials in present'
ing several projects, and were also invited as guest artists
by several outstanding community organizations.
The Girls' Glee Club opened their activities by fur'
nishing entertainment at a banquet held at the Ulen
Country Club for the Indiana Superintendents' Club.
Later on in the year the girls presented programs at
meetings of the Literary, Research, and Cooking Clubs.
Under the direction of Miss McNeal and with the
aid of the Glee Clubs, a Christmas pageant was pref
sented in the gym before the student body and guests.
Since no May festival would be complete without music,
the Glee Clubs were asked to aid in making this under-
taking a success.
In keeping with an old tradition of L. H. S, the
activities of the Glee Clubs came to a close Commencef
ment night, when the combined clubs presented a mu'
sical program, with twentyffour seniors making their
final appearance in a Glee Club activity.
From the Girls' Special Glee Club three trios were
selected to represent L. H. S. in the North Central As'
sociation of Music contest held in Indianapolis this
Boys' Glen' Club
spring. These trios placed in the contest and as a result
were made eligible to sing in a chorus consisting of all
the winners from the states and provinces of Canada.
Those girls in the trios were: Betty Edwards, Lucile
Thompson, Maxine Daugherty, Janice Hines, Pauline
Gill, Harriet Davis, Mary C. Demaree, and Dorothy
Second Row: Harriet Davis, Lora Dodd, Dorothy Witt,
Janice Hines, Ruth Miller, Madeline Higbie, Rosa
Melson, Pauline Gill, Mildred Badgley, Maxine
Daugherty, Betty Armstrong.
First Row: Lucy Thompson, Lucille Thompson, Betty
Edwards, Mary jane Kersey, Dorothy Hershberger,
Virginia Sharpe, Cecelia Zissis, Emogene Blubaugh,
Third Row: Williztni Lewis, Charles Carr, Charles
Forbes, Wzilter Myers, Harold Havens, Lewis Miller,
Second Row: Ora Kincaid, Lee Porter, Richard Lenox,
jack Click, Weiidell Martin, Ora Merriott, Richard
First Row: Charles Hedge, james Williziiiis, Wzilter
Souders, Merritt Ford, Ben Hershberger, Bud Hay,
Buren Crane, Len Beck.
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