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THE WARRIOR 63
Of course the Freshmen must be received, This was done in the usual manner
by a reception which was held October the lOth at the High School Building. Games,
appropriate to the occasion, were played. A grand march, led by Warren Randle,
was one of the chief events of the evening and furnished much fun for everyone.
After many forms of initiation had been used, and the Freshmen had been pro-
perly conducted into the mysteries of L. H. S., delicious refreshments were served and
the students departed, satisfied that the Freshmen had been properly received.
DRAMATIC CLUB BREAKFAST .
On Saturday morning December the 6th, the girls of the Dramatic Club held a
"real" breakfast for the boys of that organization. Although the hour had been set
for nine o'clock, some of the honored guests failed to appear until some time later.
No one knows exactly why. Miss Oliver and Betty Summers had an opportunity at
this time to show their ability at making hot cakes and coffee, while other members of
the club did quite well at washing dishes.
The program, the main feature of the morning, was composed of a song by
"Bennie" Arnold, a reading by Prince Helfrich, a toast by Lester True, and last, but
not least, an interpretative dance was offered by Malcolm McLeod. These numbers
were enjoyed by every one. Though there were not many members present, those who
did attend had "oodles" of fun.
HOME "EC" SUPPER FOR FOOTBALL BOYS
The football season of 1924 was one of the most successful in the history of
L. H. S. For this reason the Home "EC" Club decided that the enthusiasm and inter-
est of the girls must be shown in some manner. This was done by a supper given in
honor of the entire football squad on the evening of December llth. The supper
was held in the Home Economics rooms, which were very prettily decorated in keep-
ing with the Christmas season. The table was made very attractive by the clever
favors and place cards. During the evening a speech was given by each one of the
boys, Mr. Pepper, the coach, VVarren Randle, captain of the team, and by each one
of the girls, who prepared the good Heats." Everyone seemed to greatly enjoy them-
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6 2 THE WARRIOR
On Friday evening, February the l6th the Junior class held a very successful
Each class and each organization presented a stunt on this occasion,
The program was as follows:
"Girls on the Magazine Covers" , .... Dramatic Club
"A Modern Comedy of Errors" . . . "Les Sages" Club
"Girls in the Songs" .,..... .... G lee Club
"The Old Tar" .... .. Freshmen
"The Nation's Party" ...... . . Sophomores
"Seven Keys to the Assembly" . . . . . Seniors
"The Black Ending" .,........... ..........,..............., J uniors
The result of the judges decision was that the first prize went to the Freshmen,
who presented a very clever little skit with eight girls dressed as sailors and one boy,
Lyle Vehrs by name, who represented an old sailor. The Freshmen well deserve first
"Les Sages" Club received honorable mention. Four members of this organi-
zation presented a very interesting playlet.
The individual prize went to Lyle Vehrs, the Freshman star.
The "Black Ending," which was given by the Juniors. was a very amusing minstrel
that everybody enjoyed.
B. OF B. FEED
On the evening following St. Patrick's Day the new members of the Brotherhood
of Bachelors treated their elders to a supper at the Home "EC" rooms. Supper was
served at seven o'clock and consisted of noodles, pie, and cafe noir. At the Hrst of
the gathering it was announced that anyone using any other instruments than chop
sticks in eating would be fined the sum of ten cents. Needless to say the treasury was
not replenished by this act.
The crowning event of the evening was the program in which Lyle Arnold was
compelled to answer any question that might be asked of him while he was eating his
pie beneath the table. lt was planned to hold a business meeting after the feed, but
as there was a free show at Kuhn's few members remained.
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26-Nice day, end of llrst week.
10-Lebanon wallops l'larrisbur::.
17-Lebanon defeats Stayton.
24-Lebanon defeats Independence.
28-"Les Sages" club re-organizes
31fl.ebanon victorious over Junction City.
T-Silverton and Lebanon play HOU-Sl'lll't' game.
11-Lebanon blanks Ma-Minnville team. A real Aruiistice celebration.
14-'tAg" Club party.
21-L. H. S. ineets Iirst defeat at Cottage Grove.
26-Lebanon defeats Dallas. Home coming.
1-Basketball practice begins.
3-Home "Mc" Club re-organizes.
8+Girls of Ihraniatic Club give boys a breakfast. Hot cakes!
11-Home "lG4"' girls give the football boys a supper.
JT-18-'tSeventeen," Senior play, "takes well" tonly two tiuiesl.
23-Lebanon wallops Crabtree.
24-Cliristnias tree. Football letters presented. Miss Oliver gets a p
5, 1925-School opens again. Everyone turns over a new leaf.
9-Girls defeat Scio. 24-4.
10-Boys get long' end of 14-T score from Monroe.
15-+fjriI'lS defeat Halsey.
16-Stayton defeats Lebanon boys. IT-1X.
-Albany also defeats L. H. S. boys 17-JS.
08-Girls wallop Stayton.
3 0-Lebanon defeats Monroe.
-Howard arrives. Cleda takes notice.
Gflfreslinien take first in Junior Jollity, wliicli makes fl big bit.
T-ll. H. S. boys and girls are defeated by Corvallis.
13-Girls tie Seio.
18iRoys defeat Crabtree, 32-18.
19-Bud and Dick decide to try new haircut. "lJon't you like it?"
00-Girls and boys get more victories from Sweet Htllllt'.
Zlillorvallis barely plains two more victories at Lebanon.
I1-Albany boys vvallop Lebanon.
11-Lebanon girls again Wallop Stayton.
13-Girls defeat Crabtree.
17-B. of R. gives noodle feed.
1S-Home "lCc" club party.
23-lllpideluic of "Spring' Fevm--r" noted.
"3-Baseball season begins.
27-Basketball girls give party.
1-Lots of students fooled,-yea, and even Mr. Pepper.
04w"Arrival of Kitty' tl5I'k1lll2lllt' club playo Louie inakes an adorable --irl
6-Juniors and Seniors prepare for banquet.
fJuni0rs work and Seniors quit eatingil
15-Baseball going strong:
29-Senior class night.
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