Lebanon High School - Souvenir Yearbook (Lebanon, TN)

 - Class of 1945

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SE IUHS NINA WILLIAMS aibanon High, '41-'45, Home Economics Club, ,41- BAss WRIGHT "Vulture, Lebanon High, '41-'45, Boxing team, '41-'42, F. F. A., '42-'43, Honor Board, '42-'43g "L" Club, '43- '45g Varsity Football, '43-'45, Vice-president of Senior Class, Souvenir Staff, '44-l45. HAROLD DOAK YOUNG "Birdhead" Lebanon High, '41-'45, Science Club, '42-'43g Beta Club, '44-'45g Science Aviation Club, '44-'45g President Home Room, '44-'45, Treasurer Science Aviation Club, '44-'45, Circulation Manager of "Souvenir,', '44-'45, Monitor, '44-'45, CLASS HISTUHY Now that our high school career is nearly over, we feel a pang of regret over the thought of leaving Lebanon High because we have many pleasant memories there. l,et's look back over these last four years- As I think about our freshman year, I remember us as one hundred and forty-eight girls and boys who were filled with so much excitement that we hardly realized the Lipper classmen looked on us as only "those green freshmen." Our sponsors were: Miss Moss, Miss Burton, Mr. Hall, and Miss Murphy, although during the year Miss Murphy and Miss Burton left us for other jobs and Mr. Hall entered the service. Mrs. Dunnaway and Miss Anderson were our two new sponsors. They were all very patient with us and soon we had become accustomed to our new sur- roundings. We elected the following as our officers: Martha Hankins, president, Lois Grime, vice-president, Helon Gill, secre- tary, Ann Goodall, treasurer, and Martha Clemmons was elected Most Beautiful Girl. WVith the knowledge and experience of the preceding year to aid us we entered Lebanon High as sophomores. We were still underclassmen but we felt greatly superior to the freshmen and it gave us a lot of pleasure to show them around. We chose as our officers: Walter Ray Carr, presidentg Bob McCown, vice- president, Madelyn Martin, secretaryg Louise Smith, treasurer. Still giving us their assistance were still fortunate in having Mrs. Dunnaway as our sponsor, although we lost Mrs. Perkins, and Miss Moss, who had become Mrs. Safley. This year two of our members, Della Mae Jenkins and Louise Smith, won monetary prizes in a state essay contest. Then we were juniors, which meant that we had finally become upper classmen. We had a very successful year with Kenneth Patton as president, Thomas Haralson, vice-presidentg Martha Clemmons, secretary, and Madelyn Martin, treasurer. The high- light of the year was the Junior-Senior reception, which was just as wonderful as we had anticipated. We were still fortunate in having Mrs. Dunnaway as our sponsor, although we lost Mrs. Perkins and Mrs. Safley, who was replaced hy Mrs. Beard. ln the spring of our junior year Della Mae Jenkins, Louise Smith, and Jeanne Blades won monetary prizes in a state cotton essay contest. At last we reached the fourth marker in our high school edu- cation-that of Seniors. Our number has now decreased to seventy- five, with thirteen of the original number in service and others in defense work or working on the farm. We have very capable officers in Bob McCown as president, Bass Wright, vice-president, Eloise Gaston, secretary, and Dorothy Ray, treasurer. Our senior year, with its elections, class meetings, Chirstmas program, selec- tion of rings, and invitations and all the other activities of seniors, is one we will never forget. These years have been very valuable to us for preparing our- selves for the future and we are deeply grateful to our teachers for their deep understanding and useful assistance. MARTHA HANKINS

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SE IDRS LAWRENCE SUITE HSCOTDTZOTL-U Lebanon High, 141-'45, Beta Club, '43-'45, Physical Ed. Leader, '43-'45, Ground and Gym Supervisor, '45, Hilltop Highlights Staff, '43-,443 Boy Most Likely to Succeed, '44-'45, C. A. P., '45, Volunteer Boys' State, '44, Four Year Honor Roll. MARY KATHERYN SULLIVAN Lebanon High, '41-'45, Home Economics Club, '41- '43g Glee Club, '42-'43, Beta Club, '44-'45, Home Room Reporter, '44-'45, MARY KATHERYN THORNE f'Kathy" Lebanon High, '41-'45, President Home Room, '41- '42g Home Economics Club, '41-'44, Science Club, '42-,435 International R e l a t io n s Club, '44-,453 Physical Education Leader, '44-'45, Representa- tive, '44-'45, ELSIE MAI TOMLINSON "Music" Lebanon High, '41-'45, Home Economics Club, '41- ,43. ROBERT TRICE "Bob" Lebanon High, '41-'45, Band, '41-'42g Glee Club, '42-'43, F. F. A., '41-'44, Manager of Picture Show, '44-'45g Alternate Boys' State, '44g BILLIE LUCILLE WAU1-'ORD Lebanon High, '41-'45, Home Economics Club, '41- '42g Science Aviation Club, ,43-'44, "B" Team Basketball, '41-'44g Varsity Basketall, '44-145, Monitor, '44-'45. W Sk' 'YV' ,Sr W .WX 'Qt

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CLASS PRUPHEEY June 4, 1955 Dear Diary, l met Phyllis, Purnell, Foreign Corres- pondent for the United Press Association in a tea room in Paris and she invited me over to her room at the L'Hotel de S'EfTo- rence et de Ramper Lihars to see her scrapbook which she had been keeping for the last ten years. April 13, 1953 The latest Academy Award Winning Picture is 'tFour Pills in a Lifetime" starr- ing Mary Ruth Johnston, Helon Gill, Bonnie Smith and J ohnie Gibbs. December 3, 1950 The Reverend Harold Doak Young will be our visiting preacher here next Sunday. He will preach on "This Younger Genera- tion, Their Ails and Ills.', Lebanon, Tennessee June 12, 1950 Mrs. Robert Rogers, the former Madelyn Martin, has just won an award on her painting, "Lady in the Dark". Waco, Texas May 10, 1955 Ruth Lee Price is a doctor in the Wekuree Hospital. She has just discov- ered the cure for the disease, Qezabtry. Her next problem is to find out if anyone has had this terrible disease. Some nurses in this hospital are Eloise Gaston, Nina Wil- liams, Mary Katheryn Thorne, and Mary Ann Ligon. Lebanon, Tennessee February 28, 1955 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hancock wish to announce the arrival of their second set of twins. Mrs. Charles Hancock is the former Christine Hunter. Cambridge, Massachusetts September 1, 1952 Harvard University has just selected Bob McCown as their new football coach for the ensuing season. Mr. McCown succeeded Ben Driver who is now coaching at Yale University. Tampa, Florida July 7, 1949 Mildred Bouton has just broken the all time speed record in the swimming con- test held on Dry Land Beach at Tampa. New York, New York August 5, 1954 Ware Ricketts, the famous architect, has just completed a very beautiful building in New York City. As soon as it was finished he went in it to admire his work and got lost. A search party has been sent in after him led by John Brooks, who got his start in this vocation by being the Traffic Manager of Lebanon High School in 1945. The other members of the search- ing party are Melvin Holland, Ben Ivie Midgett, George Moore, Robert Trice, Houston Reed, Lawrence Suite, and Ralph Sloan. New York, New York November 30, 1950 Jeanne Blades will sing at the Metro- politan Opera tonight her most famous song, "Ida Red", New Orleans, Louisiana October 14, 1948 Eula Mai Major has just written a best seller which is entitled "You All vs Youse Guys". The theme is a noble attempt to enlighten the North about grammar. Nashville, Tennessee May 5, 1951 Martha Andrews, the new master of ceremonies on the Dr. I. C. U. program will have on her first broadcast some former classmates from Lebanon High School. Those contestants will be Mary Ellen Hol- man, Marvine Hunter, Bass Wright, and Dolores Franklin. Los Angeles, California July 28, 1954 Charlotte Micholson and Mildred Ram- say are test pilots for the new helicopters at the Rarecraft Aircraft Company. Chicago, Illinois October 15, 1950 Thomas Haralson and his orchestra are to play tonight at Needus Hotel. Some members of his orchestra are Hugh Gwynn, C. C. Prowell, Voncile Edwards, and Martha Hankins. The torch singer fea- tured tonight is Leah Rhea Lewis. Paris, France January 21, 1950 Martha Clemmons, Mae Robinson, Sue and Sarah Bragg will model in a special style show for the Assorted Club here in Paris. Washington, D. C. March 4, 1955 John Porter, the Representative from Tennessee, has just proposed a bill called the Non-education and Non-labor Bill. Nashville, Tennessee April 11, 1954 Kenneth Patton is the editor of the "Always Late Spotlights". His reporters are Della Mai Jenkins, Kenneth Lannom, Dean Smith, Mary Katherine Sullivan, Marilyn Stephens, and Buddy Lasater. Denver, Colorado September 18, 1955 Evelyn Dedman is to be the new dean at the Boy Crazy Girls' School here. Martha Howard is the basketball coach, Billie L. Wauford its the Home Economics instructor, and Leona Simms is the English teacher. D. Ray

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