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Page 39 text:
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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Ll rss Hrstory
I nrrght as well krll two brrds wrth or1e stonc and get an Englrsh
lesson wlrrlt I WXILL you rbout the rnany thrngs that hrvc happened
nr school thrs yerr
Tlrrs yen s freshman class was the largest 111 the hrstory of the
school Even now there rre rbout one hundred 1nd twtnty frvc frtshrntn
You know I alwrys thought you could tell the country krds from the
town krds but you can t 111 our class About half of our cla s comes lll on
Tht frrst two or three weeks were a mess I dldrr t seem to know any
out 111 nry clrssts people Just yo tltd around lll tht halls and shouted rt
one rnother urrtrl I thought I d go nuts and were the teachers crankyo
Do yotr know 111 one class called Orlentatron wt had to le llll the
thool sont, ll l1t off thc bat and you know how Id lrke that no betttr Il
At the end of September we elected olflcers We surely elected two
ood lookrng dames for vrct presrderrt a11d treasurer
Alter so long a trmt the senrors made up thell mrnds to rnrtratc us
Whrt .1 week wt went throuh t1p toelrrg 111 and out of classrooms boys
put ll then hnr lll the mrddle rollrng one pant leg to the knee so that
you could ssc then grrt rs the grrls wearrng green rrbbons r1o cosmetrcs
hontst to Pttt you wouldnt have KIIOWII ome of them O11 Frrday the
freshmen hrd to QIVS a program before the assembly We had two or
Mr Lebrnorr Hrgh Sel1ool the econd part was the sad IICWS of the
deaths ot tht sophonrore Junror and senror classes and the last was
the funeral servrce for the dead classes You should have seen the swell
bones we hauled 111 for tl1e remarns After thrs stunt a couple of cute
trrls tap danced and then our class advrsor who l1ad to be rnrtrated too
told tortunes by crystal gazrng She was dressed up lrke a fat darky woman
The11 the sernor councrl put 011 some srlly stunts but they drdnt hurt us
lrke I thought they mrght I gue s the reason they layed off was because
they l1ad prddled some of the freshmen glrls and boys plenty at the
fust pep rally Several freshmen swore they never would go to another
tr p rally Anywiy the freshnran rectptron ended swell they lrned up
tht freshmen and as they came by they gaye them a drsh of green
our clrss hrs o rn llly boys from th country that have to go out or1
busses that we dont get to do much Ill athletrcs We sure have o11e guy
here than can wrn the 880 rn track Our class has been a keen outfrt rn
brsketbrll too We have cr whole freshmrn team and two subs 011 the
Oh ay drd you notrce Ill the paper that our band won the Class
B drvrsron rn the state contesto Th re are srxt en freshmen rn that band
Ol yes the guy who won the cornet solo 111 that sectron rs a freshman
keen krd too
You hould read a snappy paper called the Eclrpse that a
fr shman boy edrts twrce a week It has all the scandal of the week and a
gtod lrnt of jokes Perh tps I can find one and send rt w1tl1 thrs letter
I suppose thrs sprtng we wrll have a prcnrc as they always do We
rnrgfht rrrvrte the sophomores but I dor1t know where we could get a rrver
brg enough for us to all go wrrnmrng If I cant go 111 SW1I'l1I'I'l1Ilg 1
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