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Page 38 text:
WARRIOR - 1944
After four years of joys, struggles, and friendships never to be for-
gotten, the seniors of the class of '44 begin to feel a "tugging of the
heart strings" toward the old times and a longing for an opportunity
to Wear the green just once more. But the class of '44 realizes only
too well that the memories of the past four years must end.
Throughout the four years the class has been in school, many of
its members have made definite outstanding contributions in the many
On the Lebanon Campus, in the fall of 1940, one hundred ten
green freshmen appeared. During the first few Weeks of school the
freshmen's time was very much occupied by getting acquainted and
adapting themselves to high school life.
The so-called "greenhorns" were duly initiated by the upper-
classmen about the second month of school. The boys were compelled
to dress as girls and the girls as boys, at an assembly conducted by
Like the freshmen classes in the past, no year was complete with-
out a party in the fall and a picnic to end their first year.
In the fall of '41 our greenhorns came back as sophisticated sopho-
mores. Members of the sophomore class took part in athletics, band,
Hi-Y, Glee, Girl's League, and many other activities of the school. I
During the middle of the year they Went to Albany on a skating
party, Which was later followed by other classes.
The junior class of '42, although hampered by war time difficul-
ties, came through with ,its share in the fields of music and athletics.
One of its members, Clinton Pearson, was selected as the left tackle
in the Tri-County League All Star football eleven.
They were very active in various school clubs with many mem-
bers participating in the band, Hi-Y, Drama Club, and others. More-
over, nearly every junior was a member of the newly introduced
Victory Corps and did their share in the bond and stamp campaigns.
The main event, being the junior-senior prom, displayed the theme
of Arabian Nights. Louise I and her court of four princesses reigned
over the evening's affairs. A
On September 21, 1943, the seniorstook up their books and entered
the halls of Lebanon High School for their last but most successful
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WARRIOR - 1944
Prom Committee 31 Ski Club 25 Fire
Squad 45 Motion Picture and Sound
Equipment Operator 3, 4g C. A. P. 4g
Student Council 45 tSweet Homel Bas-
ketball lj Football 1, 'g Class Treas-
Boxing lg Letter Club l, 2, 3, 4g Fire
Squad 2, 3, 4g F. F. A. l, Z,
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One of the successes Qflthe year WGS he Semor play presented on
Thursday afternoon cmd Frlday even1ng December 16 and 17 It was
dlrected by M1ss Ender U I
The seruor dance on February 4 was a combmauon of dancmg and
party games The class was grftecl w1th a mckelodeon whlch was used
for the f1rst trme that even1ng
On March 24 all personalltles showed themselves when the ma
Jortty of semors took part 1n a dress up day ,Aprxl 21 w111 see the
semors m Salem on a Frlday n1ght skatlng party
Baccalaureate w111 be on May 21 followed by commencement on
That half glad half sad feelmg descends upon the semors when
they realxze there wont be another year for them at I.. H S
Offxcers who served thls class capably durmg 1ts four years at
Lebanon Hxgh were
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