Lebanon High School - Trilobite Yearbook (Lebanon, OH)

 - Class of 1927

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Last Will and Testament We, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Twentyfseven, of the city of Lebanon, Turtle' creek Township, County of Warren, Seventh District, State of Ohio, North Central Section of the United States of America, Western Hemisphere, who are about to make our exit from this higher institution of learning, and who realize that the many hard' ships and trials and perplexities of this phase of life are about to cease, and who are of sound mind and memory, do hereby declare this to be our last Will and Testament, to wit: To the Student Body, we bequeath the right to bow in reverence at the mention of any or all of this most notable class, which on the nineteenth of May shall depart from among you. To the juniors, we bequeath our dignity and honors, which can be possessed only by so distinguished a group as Seniors. To the Sophomores, we bequeath the privif lege of having socials provided they are not converted into petting parties. To the Freshmen, we bequeath the right to entertain L. H. S. with a circus, using their midgets, giants, acrobats, athletes, and other actors. To the Faculty- To Mr. Callon, we leave a copy of Doctor Iohnson's Dictionary in order that his supply of words shall not become exhausted. To Mr. Hawk, we leave an electric curling iron and an alarm clock. "Nuf Sed." To. Mrs. Berry, we leave an automatic papergrader, whereby she may have more time for teaching the art of "necking." To Miss Evans, a studius Cicero class. To Miss Harris, an assembly of sweet songsters. To Miss Strohminger, the exclusive right of addressing all callers and students as "dean" To Mrs. Callon, a class of good cooks. To Mr. McClure, we will one hundred dollars to go toward paying his light bill for one week. To Mr. Bangham, we give a year of health and prosperity. To Mr. Black, we leave our deepest appref ciation as a coach. The ability the Seniors have to keep training rules, we bequeath to him so he can pass them on to all future athletes of L. H. S. To Mr. Watkins, all the unused rats in Home Economics Room, so that he may entertain with another Xratetail supper. To the juniors- To Nathan Fred, the privilege of skipping school every other day to visit Western College. To Dorothy Bowers, the privilege of re- cording all L. H. S. scandals in the Lebanon Light. To Lucille Alexander, the right to uphold the supposed dignity of the Senior Class. To Robert Sykes, the right of taking as many girls to the basketball games as he chooses. To Treve Beedle, we are leaving the right to dance at any hour of the night she de- sires. To Ida Bryan, we are willing the right of running a "Buss" from Lebanon to Otterbein. To Norman Emery, we leave the right to establish an observatory on top of the school building.

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sador from Iceland. Have you heard about Harold Edmons? They say he's a second Billy Sunday and attracts huge crowds to his evangelistic services. He's scheduled to appear at the Opera House. Have you seen that book of poems by Laura Mercer? Critics say that she is one of the few modern poets whose works will live. I heard a talk over the radio by Kenneth Snyder, who is famous as a big game hunter. He's been in Africa several years. Evelyn Sawyer is a famous Athletic Director on account of in- struction received in High School by her sojourns to the gym. Arthur Davis has become as popular as Paul Whiteman with his orchestra. He's even getting fat. Did you know that Harold Hutchinson is bookkeeper at one of Kresge's 5 Ei 10 stores? They say he's a whirlwind with the ladies. Phyllis Oram is married and of course is a very economical housewife as they live on game which her husband brings in. Olive Carnahan, the pre' ferred blonde, is still breaking men's hearts. I heard, too, that David Melampy is a. cow puncher on the Bar X Ranch in Nevada. Did you know that Irene Loer turned to politics? Yes, she was elected to the General Assembly from this district. John Brenner is a second Patrick Henry and delivered an oration on "Why Gentlemen Pre' fer Blondes." I had a bit of news to tell Mary Lib and that is that our friend Margue' rite Hiza.r, in Hollywood, is makinga picture "The Untamed Lady." It will be the making of her reputation. Herschel Hollingshead has made a fabulous amount of money from his new deodorant for onions. It all seems so strange. You certainly can't tell how a person will turn out from the way he acts in High School. I 662300555

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To Edith Brown, we leave a pair of roller skates so that she may get home in time to help her mama, also reach school on time. To Lyle Frazer, we give the right of having as many dates as he wishes next year as a reward for his past bachelorhood. To Stella Brown, we leave Marjorie Bang- ham's power of oratory. To Neva Conner, whose fondness for talk- ing is well known, we leave the privilege of making all announcements in Assembly. To Wilfred Garrison, the right to eat everything and anything he desires. To Marie Davis, we will the privilege of being tardy as often as she wishes. To Jeannette Fox, we give the right of getting free sodas at Reids. To Joseph Henderson, we give the right of being the privileged character next year at school as well as in baseball. To Myra Fred, the privilege of being the flirt of the Senior Class. To Ruth Hathaway, the right of captivat' ing many men's hearts by her sweet smile, and also we give her the privilege of being a member of Miss Strohminger's spelling class. To Harold Knapp, we will the privilege of being the sheik of the school. To Helen Hartshorn, the right of being Miss Harris' standby in Assembly next year. To Louise Hamilton, the right to go with as many young men as she desires. To Paul long, the privilege of going to the wild, wud west on his honeymoon with-. To Marjorie James, the right of occupying the corners of L. H. S. with anybody whom she pleases next year. To Elmer Malott, the privilege of being the teacher's pet. To Iva Millard, we give a new Ford so that she may climb Mathers Mill Hill on high. To Lester Mounts, we leave the position as head clerk in Scofield's store and the right to be the core of our football team next year. To Ruth Barmann, the privilege of cor- responding with numerous suitors. To Thelma Holmes, the right to powder only once between classes. To Harold Rittner, the position of an all star guard. To Dorothy Nixon, we bequeath a book containing the rules of professional basketball whereby she may coach her team to success. To Velma O'Donnell, the privilege of con' tinuing her study of housewifery under the private supervision of Mrs. Callon. To Arthur Rothman, the right to match pennies wherever he chooses. To Mary Elizabeth Scofield, the privilege to introduce all the new styles in the high school. r To Arthur Sumner, the position of Chief "Know'itfall" of the High School. To Myra Robin Shawhan, the privilege of conversing often with the manager of the basketball squad. To Herschel Stiles, the right to become a faithful and loving husband. To Opal Turner, the right to provide all the slang words for the class. To George Winner, we bequeath the privi- lege of catching the smiles of all the "designf ing mamas of Lebanon" as he struts around in his Flint. In witness thereof, we have hereunto set our hand and seal on this eleventh clay of April, in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and twenty-seven. Signed: Class of '27

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