Lebanon High School - Trilobite Yearbook (Lebanon, OH)

 - Class of 1927

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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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Junior Class History Une day in Scptemher l924, we entered L. H. S. as the class of '28 everyone of us eager for a high school education and all the student activities incident to it. After counting the casualities in passing through the Freshman and Sophomore years l find that our ranks have heen depleted in numher from ol to 331 hut we have in us in a greater degree, those aspirations to add as much honor to the Maroon and Wliite as we possihly can. During the past year we have estahlished an cnviahle record in student activities, especially athletics. We have contributed more people to this than any other class in the school. Six of our hoys, including the captain, have gone in for foothall and four have helped carry our team through a very successful season in haskethall. The girls have heen equally enthusiastic, six of them taking part in haskethall with one of them as captain. Along other lines we have heen equally successful. We have some talented people in our class which have often hcen called upon to furnish entertainmentfffive elocuf tionists, two violinists, and seven pianists. A goodly portion of the Pulwlic Speaking Class is composed of juniors. Iwiany took part in the School Uperetta, "Miss Cherry' hlossoinf' As you have prohahly seen, we have tried to do our hest in all our work in order to help uphold the reputation of L. H. S. as the hest school in the county. In another year we will he in the place of the Seniors, and we trust we can improve and so add still greater honor to the Nlaroon and Wliite.

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