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out ot school. They are asked to perform at many places and
are liked very much
The clarinet quartet IS composed of Betty Irvine Ianet Whe
lan, Betty Burelson, and Gloria Larson. These girls are all jun
iors and we hope that we have them again next year
The horn quartet 1S composed of Betty Brown Dorothy
Brown, Quindella Taylor, and Leo Berg
Betty IS a senior and has played in the band for four years
and in the quartet for three years
Quindella and Leo are Jumors Quindella has been with the
band for two years and Leo has been with it for one year
They have both played in the quartet for one year
Dorothy IS a Freshman and has played in the band for three
years and the quartet two years
We are really glad that there are not any more seniors
leaving the band and hope that it will be as nice next year
as it has been for the past years
Director .............. ...... ' ....... I ulia Barnum
Accompanist ........................................ Nancy Gleason
Fourth period: President Denny Marvin, Vice-President,
David Powellp Secretary, Nancy Gleason, Sergeant-at-Arms,
Art Cobb. '
Fifth period: President, Marie Bealep Vice-President, Iudy
Swansong Secretary, Pauline Kauffman, Treasurer, Ierry Mil
ler, Sergeant-at-Arms, Delvin Milesf
The combined glee clubs have been fairly active this year
considering they have had three different teachers. One con
cert and an Easter program have been successfully given
Several small vocal groups also took part
Trio: Pearl Tabor, Ioan Voegelein, Nancy Gleason
Sextette: Marie Beale, Pearl Tabor, Ruth Bazant, Lorraine
Baker, Delores Rhola, Helen Crockett.
Octettu Marie Beale, Pearl Tabor, Deloris Rhola, Nancy
gleason, Denny Marvin, David Powell, Robert Collins, Art
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WARRIOR - 1944
llsgcuzon cqcfloof Band
The band has been active in many ways this year. On
December 7 there was a special assembly commemorating
Pearl Harbor at which the band played many patriotic tunes.
They played at May Day, graduation, and the football and
basketball games. They made us all proud of them at the
Mr. Bates left for the Army in November and the band is
under the direction of Miss Iulia Barnum at present time.
Mr. Bates is missed by all but Miss Barnum is to be congratu-
lated on her success in directing the band.
Three of the band members are in this year's graduat-
ing class. They are Betty Stryker, saxaphone, Grace Laid-
law, clarinet, and Betty Brown, French horn.
The officers ot the band this year are Gene Durlam, presi-
dent, Rodney Cox, vice-president, Ioan Voegelein, secretary-
treasurer, and librarian, and Norman Weekly, student director
and manager. Gene Durlam left for the Navy this year, so
Rodney took over the post as president. We all miss Gene for
he has been with us for four years and was one of our best
The students enjoyed the playing of the Dance Band im-
mensely. lt played for all our student dances until we ac-
quired a nickelodeon and we hope that they will play for us
again next year. Members of the Dance Band are Norman
Weekly, Beverly Keebler, and Kenneth Shores, saxaphones,
Rodney Cox, Duane Pierce, and Paul McCracken, cornets, Dick
Hewitt, piano, Arden Keebler, bass fiddle, and Richard Hobbs,
We had an excellent Cornet quartet and trio this year. The
players in the quartet are Rod Cox, Duane Pierce, Paul Mc-
Cracken, and Charles Gram. The trio is comprised of Rod
Cox, Duane Pierce, and Paul McCracken.
Rodney is a junior and has played in the band for three
years. This is his third. year with the quartet also. We hope
to have him with us again next year.
Duane and Paul are sophomores and have played in the
band for three years and the quartet for two years.
Charles is a freshman and has played in the band for two
years and the quartet one year.
These two groups have given several performances -in and
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WARRIOR - 1944
The school year just past saw the Lebanon I-Ii-Y Club en-
joy one of its most successful years since the founding of the
organization three years ago. Riding on the crest of a treas-
ury fund which was well over the S100 figure, the boys felt free
to carry on many projects that were of benefit both to the
club and the school.
Perhaps the outstanding project for this year was the car-
rying out of an idea to establish school dances on a more suc-
cessful basis through the medium of better music. In attain-
ing this end, the boys originated the idea of purchasing a
nickelodeon to be used for such purposes and in further carry-
ing out this idea, the club made a S100 contribution for the
purchasing of the music box. Assisted by' the school-board
and the Senior class, this project was completed and Lebanon
High School now has a fine jute box pouring forth provoking
rythms for all the students to enjoy.
Some of the other projects carried out by the club, in-
cluded an all-school dance which was a huge success, partici-
pation in Easter Sunrise Services, sending of delegates to a
regional conference at the Swan Island Shipyard in Portland,
the winning of a basketball tournament held between neigh-
boring clubs at Albany, and general service offered the school
during the year.
N The membership of the club numbered 24 this year, which
was the largesgt the group has been since its organization.
Officers were Iim Schindler, President, Cedric Wallace,
Vice-President, Bob Olds, Secretary, Dale Plagmann, Treasu-
rer, Iess Ingram, Chaplain, Lawrence Page, Adviser.
Members of the Hi-Y Club other than those named above
are as follows: Mel Solberg, Ralph Cooper, Gene Durlam, Lad-
die Pesek, Bob Cafe, Bill Peden, Bud Daily, Ross McCormick,
Don Davidson, Duane Netland, Erwin Wilkinson, Dave Pow-
ell, Dick Hewett, Dick Clarke, Larry Christian, Denny Mar-
vin, Norman Weekly, Kenneth Shores, Lynn Hamilton.
Dean: Miss Dorothy Schiltz.
Council: President, Louise Kruml, Vice-President, Ramona
Iverson, Treasurer, Betty Southwick, Secretary, Zata Sinclair,
Senior Representative, Libby Spiruta, Iunibr Representative,
Betty Irvine, Sophomore Representative, Ioan Voegelein, Fresh-
man Representative, Ruth Ralston, Big and Little Sister Chair-
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