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A The History of the Senior Class of '27
Like bold buccaneers of old the class of '27 broke into High School in '23 with a
crew of seventyfnine very modern and intellectual pirates. As pirates must have
leaders, like everyone else, we chose for our Captain, Mylin Ross, alias "Pink", for
first mate, Marjorie Bangham, otherwise known as "Marg", secretary, Warren Young,
and guard of the Treasure, "Ike" Dakin. Of course, being green, we were treated
unmercifully by the veterans, but we showed ourselves worthy of honor, by good
sportmanship and school spirit, not to mention our contributions to athletics and the
Honor Roll. At the end of the year there was considerable storm on the high seas,
which swept over our ship, washing a few over board.
As Sophomores we regained much of our dignity which had been badly shaken by
said storm and went through the second year full sail ahead. We were the most talked
of class in school, being admirable for our ability in every line of athletics, class work,
and social duties. The annual storm this year was not so bad and we lost very few of
We sailed down upon the Junior year with a crew of thirty-'one and proceeded
to elect a secretary and treasurer, namely Irma Thompson, and Mildred Weaver. This
year we could honestly boast of our contributions to L. H. S., among which were eight
football men, five basketball men, three basketball girls, two Honor Club students,
fifteen members of Los Alumnos de Comercio, two in the Home Economics Club, one
of the "Light" staff, ten on the "Annual" staff and sixteen in the operetta. Besides
these numerous contributions we claimed the fastest typist of all the High Schools in
southwestern Ohio and the winner of the High School Oratorical Contest. On top of
all these activities we held various money making functions all through the year. With
the money we had earned by the sweat of our brow we had the customary Junior'
Senior banquet and along with some very hard work we had a "corking" good time.
And now we are Seniors. What terror yet what pride we have in accomplishing
our last achievements for the sake of our dear Old Lebanon Hi! Among these achieve'
ments we may mention a few of which we are justly proud. For instance, we have
seven football men, four notorious basketball men, one basketball girl, six Honor pupils,
fourteen in Los Alumnos de Comercio, and twelve in the operetta. We are going out
soon, leaving our burden to be taken up by the next class and we take great pleasure
in the thought that we have straightened out a great many problems which have been cast
off with the rest of our burden. We have produced, without doubt, under the man'
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Sissy Blair: I don't care a thihg about boys.
Pink Ross: I'm not going oui for the team this year.
Bernice James: I'm not going to school for a good time.
Lawrence Shawhan: I never copied on a test in my life.
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