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CEDARS i935 Thirty-nine
Senior Class Will - - Continued
june Reveal: My coy airs to Marjorie Coy. Leon Thrine: My permanent permanent to William
Don Rice: My complexion to "our gang" comedy. Roberts,
Rosemary Rule: My "lightfheadedness" to Rosa Mel- Mildred Tribbett: My auburn hair to Eva Marie Saun
Marvin Sample: My red hair to Ben Coombs.
Julius Schoen: The chemistry lab to the school.
Virginia Sharp: My low, sweet voice to Violet Brown.
Walter Souders: My cute sayings to "Heyfde" Hay.
Lcvon Stephens: My driving ability to Richard Crowl.
Waneta Stephens: My wavy hair to Anita Rayle.
Eunice Sutphin: My journalistic ability to Roland Hicks.
Betty Thompson: My love to flirt to Barbara J. Smith.
Lucile Thompson: My ability to flatter to Lorraine
Lucy Thompson: Nothingflde went before me.
joe Walker: My roll-polly figure to Jim Good.
Mary M. Wells: My curiosity to the wellfknown cat.
Gerald White: My sincerity to Meredith Bratton.
Richard White: I surrender myself and my guns to
Joan Yvimborough: My interest in the "back to the
farm" movement to Goldiene Akers.
Dorothy Witt: My "Mae West intentions" to Marjorie
jeff Wood: My pipe to the furnace.
Senior Class: Bad Dreams to the faculty.
Debate - - Continued
Barbara Gray, the degree of excellence: james Goodwin,
the degree of honor: Joan Wimborough, the degree of
honor: Barbara Smith, the degree of honor: H. R.
Ritchie, the degree of honor: Morris Ritchie, the de-
gree of honor: Mary Dutch, the degree of honor: Dorf
othy McDaniel, the degree of honor: Ora Kincaid, the
degree of honor: Robert Cassidy, the degree of honor:
john Darnall, the degree of honor: Peggy Hornaday, the
degree of honor: Mary Olive Powell, seven points.
Lebanon was also successful in various oratorical
contests held throughout the year.
Wendell Martin and Peggy Hornaday placed second
and third respectively in the annual Central Indiana
Oratorical Contest, which was held in Lebanon this year.
In the Boone County Declamation Contest, Wendell
Martin received first place and Betty Adney, second
place in the Girls' Reading Contest.
Third Row: Mr. Gooch, coach: john Darnall, H. R.
Ritchie, james Goodwin.
Second Row: Betty Adney, William Roberts, Rob'
ert Cassidy, Wendell Martin, Morris Ritchie, Ora
First Row: Peggy Hornaday, Betty Armstrong, joan
Wimborough, Dorothy McDaniel, Barbara Gray,
Mary Dutch, Barbara Smith.
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Senior Class lvill - - Continued
Barbara Gray: My butterfly walk to my shadow.
Roxie Gregg: My chic clothes to Mary Selby.
Lowell Green: My raven locks to "Red" Honan.
Sarah Green: My surname to all freshmen.
Theodore Gullion: My girlish giggle to Rex Robinson.
Winford Groover: My picture to scare the basement
James Hanna: My position on the candy committee to
some lover of sweets.
Mary Ellen Ham: My jellyfbeans to the Sunshine Rest-
joe Hawkins: My goodfnaturedness to all the L. H. S.
Charles Hedge: I'll keep on waiting for Madge.
Hazel Hill: My good-natured laugh to Ritchie Coons,
Ben Hershberger: My croon to Rudy.
Annabelle Hoffman: My "ability to get around" to
H. R. Ritchie.
Eileen johnson: My petite stature to Harriett Davis.
Betty Jones: My Indianapolis friends to Betty Voris,
Elizabeth Kennedy: I'm going back to my Acey.
Robert Laflin: My military build to Bunny Doughty.
Edna Lasley: My basketball ability to Barbara Cox,
Billy Lantz: My good nature to Mary Ann Wynkoop.
William Lewis: Don't take the idol of mine eyes-
Ivan Linton: My congenial attitude to Mr. Christian.
Maxine Ludlow: My aristocratic attitude to Peggy
Williani Lusk: A little of my height to next year's
Ann McColley: My all-around good sportsmanship to
James McIntyre: My role as "sheik" to Don Gayer.
Opal Martin: My dependability to Madeline Higbie.
Wendell Martin: My natural strut to a turkey.
Alfred Merriott: The heat of my temper to the radif
Ora Merriott: My love for freshman girls to the 1936
Louise Miller: My dark, velvetflike eyes to Mildred
Martha Mitchell: My "suicide blonde" hair to Elva Fulf
Leah Morton: My scholarship to Dorothy Cox.
Walter Myers: My love of work to Lewis Miller.
.Nina Nesse: No one wants my cute ways.
Percy Neidlinger: My infectious grin to Martha Jean
Nadene Ogden: My outside interests to Wanda Murf
Rosemary Parr: My sweet disposition to a crab apple.
Eleanor Pearl: My clinging vine ways to Mary Herr
Lee Porter: My laugh to Joe Penner.
Frances Powell: My way with men to Betty Berry.
Enid Poynter: 9 of my 10 sweaters to the junior class
ffor senior sweatersj.
Continued on Page QQ
Science Club - - Continued
Edna Lasley, Grace Field, Eunice Sutphin, Patria
Third Row: Mr. Jones, sponsor, Dorothy McDaniel,
Annabelle Bishop, Ophia Ferguson, Frances Powell,
Betty Voris, Mary Catherine Demaree, Dorothy
Witt, joan Wimborough, Mr. Bennington, sponsor.
Second Row: Marvin Sample, XValter Souders, Wendell
Martin, Richard White, Ora Merriott, William
Lantz, Ben Hershberger, Bud Hay.
First Row: Julius Schoen, Jefferson Wood, Donald Rice,
H. R. Ritchie, Morris Ritchie, James Hanna, Iunior
Sunshine Society - - Continued
ninth grade: Emma Mae Davidson and Anna Pearl Ludf
low, from the eighth grade, and Betty Montgomery and
Patsy Chumlea, from the seventh grade.
Second Row: Mrs. Stephenson, sponsor: Ann Custer,
Norma Jean Thompson, Donna Siess.
First Row: Anna Pearl Ludlow, Betty Montgomery,
Emma Mae Davidson, Suzanne Ulen, Norma Wild.
Dear Public, you see before your eyes the charming
younger set of L. H. S.-the sophisticated seniors of
1940. Notice among the blooming faces such flowers
as Frank Donaldson, the worthy president, Jacquelyn
Wilcox, vice-president, who proves that women can
enter politics, and secretaryftreasurer Ritchie Coons, who
is a brother of the "Redfheaded Terror" who graduated
These little darlings headed a class this year that
went places and did things. Oh, yes, they had a party,
and what a party! They all collected in the "goils' "
gym of a Friday afternoon and, after a good program.
they danced and played games 'till the indecent hour of
5:30 QP. MJ.
By the by, did you see the May-Fest? If you did,
those little sweetf'n'fpretties who did the toe flinging act
in the jackets and shamrock hats were the fairer sex of
this class. Oh, yes, that was an honest-tofjohn Irish jig.
Shure, an' the lads what dittied so fair were none ither
than the laddies o' the class. fThat brogue is just the
Oirish in mel
With this last activity, the "younguns" of our Alma
Mater rounded out a vera, vera successful year. More
power to 'eml
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