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Page 37 text:
The class of 39 not only announces wrth pude xts fmanclal success but
also boasts of lts athletlc standing It has more lettermen than any other
c rss and has the only three port lettermen now ln school Bob Slmp
son and Truman Forbes
In place of the Junlor H1 Jxnx wh1ch has been glven the last few years
tlns years class gave a play 'Ihe farce chosen proved to be one of the
most entertalnxng features of the year It was a Denlson Selectlon wrltten
by Jay Toblrs The plot concerns a college boy who under the false
pretense that he lb marrled and has a mother 1n law recelves three tlmes
hrs regular allowance of frfty dollars a week from hls sympathetlc and
generous uncle Hls buddles l1ve wxth h1m and share hls allowance but
not expenses The COHHICL arrses when h1s uncle arrrves unexpectedly and
he 15 laced wlth the problem of produclng a Wlfe and mother Ill law The
wu the three boys attempt to solve the dxfflculty very nearly costs them
tl1 loss of the1r g1flS frlends a traglc thlng for them but extremely
comlcal to the audlence
The cast conslsted of Truman Forbls as Andrew a serlor ln Cameron
College MZIFJOFIC Ashby as Althea Thorne Andrews sweetheart Jack
Zlmbflbk and Jack Dlllard as Harold Hadley and Wllhe Waldo pals of
glrl frlends of Harold and Wllhe Other characters are Barbara Horner
as M155 Prunella Thorne Althea s aunt who IS Ill love wlth Dean Socrates
Boynton of Carneron College played by Robert Forrey Sheldon Burghardt
as Uncle Isaac Zlmmerman Andrew s mrllronarre uncle from New Zealand
Katherlne Lovett as Petunxa Andrews southern mammy cook and Wllbur
Lannmg as Jacques the French butler and valet and Arlo Llndsey as
Reverend Doollttle the man of mystery The play wa glven May 6
The class of 39 proudly announces We the Junlors of Lebanon Hlgh
have successfully achleved our wlshed for alm for the school years of
37 and 38 Th1s SIIICCYB statement expresses the trlumph of flnance
wh1ch the Junlors of every year are expected to galn ln order that they
may entertam the uppermost c'a s the Seniors at the end of the term
wlth a Junior Semor DICHIC and prom
The Junlors commenced the1r successful financlal year wlth a peppy
dance glven the first week of school The proceeds encouraged the class
to glve others Funds were also ralsed by the sale of dellclous candy bars
JUICY chewlng gum and plplng hot hotdogs at the seasons home games Ill
football The Junlors realxzatlon of the need to accommodate those stu
dents who mlght be handlcapped at the Lebanon Albany football game
because of the1r weak volces offered another opportunlty to ralse funds
Horns wh1ch were nelther lacklng rn the H0159 they produced nor the
gaylety of the school colors that deflnltely marked the L H S students
ln the mass of onlookers were sold
The most colorful event of the year was the Halloween dance grven
after the Lebanon Albany football game The gymnaslum was attractlvely
decorated wlth treamers of Hallowe en colors hanglng from the dlmmed
lights and large llghted pumpkms gfllllllllg from the1r posts on the tops
of the basketball rmgs wh1ch served as part of the llghtlng System for
the evemng A large crowd was expect d but even a larger one was re
celved There were approxlmately two hundred and fifty students present
wrth many vlsrtors from Albany Everyone was 1n the best of sprrlts as
there was no losxng sxd 1I'l the game precedmg the dance
The Junlor Senlor prom 1s scheduled for May 27 and the p1Cl'llC wlll
be held sometlme durmg the precedmg we k Commlttees have been
appoxnted to make the arrangements for both and have the1r plans well
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In the fall of the year 1936 app1ox1m1tely one hundred and forty
four Llttll and bcw1ldertd Freshmen poured pell mell 11110 our 1nst1tut1o11
of lCdIlllllf., 111 order tl1at they mlght lealn the foul Rs I'CZld1llg Tlllllg
I1LllIl1LLlC ind rythm
Wht ll the t1me came for the elect1on of the1r officers the
cl rss of 40 chose Harold Howard as thelr p1es1dent Harry M1ller as the11
vue DI'fNldLllt, Shnley Keebler as sec1et.1ry and Jack McDonald as
nf 1811111 In DCCLYIIDQI of that yea1 our class pres1dent moved away
1nd G11 nn Kobow vt lb selected to succeed h1m
At the t1mc of the JUIIIOI' H1 JlllX of 1936 the flixilllllilll class lsnd
Lltlllll to 1 p1 SClltZ1tl0ll WhlCh was one of the mayor attlactlons of tlns
culo1tul show Ill the11 elaborate freshman sklt M3510 P1115 dlrected by
M15 Sh1nks the adv1so1
I11 the opexetta The N1ght1ngale also glven 111 the first yea1 of
our mr ers three of our class recelved speakmg parts and many others
mn mcluded 111 CllOl1l es both O11 a11d off the stage
At the end of tl1e school year of 36 and 37 the freshmen were not
qu1t as green as they had been th precedmg fall and they felt QUITE
prep ntd to come back and enter good old Lebanon Hlgh School as WISP
sophomores consequently the next fall It was an Qlltlfely d1fferent group
of one hundred and te11 students who entered on the1r second year Ill
Lebanon H1gh The11 greenness was gone and they were ready to start
L H S what they could do
To start thelr act1ve year the sophomores presented an assembly
proglam WhICh was r celved w1th favor by the students The program
Ctlllbl t d of a ha1mon1ca solo by Robert Johnson a trombone solo by
Bobby Kamph who was accompanled by Dorothy Bohle and the humorous
rhythm sklt Charleston Trag dy starrmg Sh1rley Keebler as Llttle Nell
Wes G1llenwater as Joe Podunk Edna Mae Myers as Mammy and
Wesl y Taylor as Pstpp and Harry M1ller as the Parson
Thls year sophomores who ncajored 111 commerce have been allowed
to take shorthand a11d typmg Thls IS pernntted so that future Lebanon
Hugh School graduat s wlll be tfallled more thoroughly Ill the commerclal
lllli Dorothy Bohle has made the hxghest record 111 a speed test of any of
the fll t year typlsts attannng a speed of seventy words a m1nute Doro
thy vwts to have entered the State Typmg Contest lll the first year typmg
comp l1llOll but she accompanled the Glee Club lll Forest Grove that
day and was unable to do so
The sophomore class COIlt3.lllS many mus1ca1 membexs Among them
Edn 1 Mae Meyers who smgs first alto lll the GIFIS Quartet and Dorothy
Bohle who accompanles the Glee Club 111 ICS work Dorothy also won
thnd place Ill a plZ1llO solo contest recently held 111 Portland There are
SIX sophomores 111 the H1gh School Band and many more 111 the Glee Club
furthe1more several memb rs went to the Pac1f1c Campus 1n order to
part1c1pate 111 the fifteenth annual State MUSlC Tournament
The sophomores are well represented on the honor roll too 111 Splte
of the11 many act1v1t1es
The sophomo1e class lS out to do blgger and better thmgs 1n the
future It also WlSh6S to express 1ts apprec1at1on to Mrs Shanks last
year s advlsor and to Miss Bennett LhlS years adv1sor for the1r unl1m1ted
CO0DC'I'21t10Il and help
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