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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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man Ramona Strrnger Soclal Charrman Betty Tancre
A new feature was added to the Glrls League th1s year
and was enthusrastrcally accepted The councll selected a
theme each month such as leadershrp and then a l1st of
grrls best representmg thts theme was grven to the class rep
resentatrves by the class advlsers and these grrls were voted
upon by the counc1l Because the meet1ngs were held every
two months th1s year two glrls from each class were selected
each t1me as the Gxrls of the Month
The Glrls of the Month for the year were as follows
Frlendllness Semors Ramona Strlnger Lucrnda Chrlst
Iunlors Ruth Ford Beverly Keebler Sophomores Vera Games
Mary Almen Freshmen Kane Durham Fayne Blackburn
Dependabrhty Semors Katherlne Voegeletn Betty Tan
cre Iunrors Betty Irvlne Ruth Krmble Sophomores Ioan Voe
gelem Dorene L1ggett Freshmen Marlys brnclarr Pat Canaga
Servlce Semors Hallle Ashton Lots Meuler Iunlors Bet
Lata S11'1ClG11' Freshmen Margaret Howe Ruth Ralston
Leadersh1p Semors Loulse Kruml Llbby Sprruta Iunl
ors Gladys Payne Caroll Penfold Sophomores Helen Smyth
Clarnell Bryant Freshmen Melba Cox Ethel Nolzlger
One of the g1rls llsted above w1ll be selected as The G1rl
of the Year
Each of the b1g b1 monthly meet1ngs was conducted by a
class The Semors who had the f1rst one of the year used a
forum for dtscussron on Amerrcan Glrls at War The Iuntors
had thetr meetrng at Chrlstmas tlme and they conducted the
tuberculosrs collectron the oroceeds of wh1ch were d1v1ded be
tween a general fund rn the form of a S510 UO Bond and a g1ft
to a former Lebanon Hrgh School student The Sophomores
meetmg mn February was devoted to the Mother Daughter Tea
The frnal meetmg of the year w1ll be QIVGH by the Freshmen
Farewell to the Semors w1ll be thetr motlve
The maJor pro1ect of the year has been to g1ve danc1ng
lessons The rncreased attendance of the lad1es at the noon
hour dances has been proof that these lessons were success
ful Thrs danc1ng program 1S to be clrmaxed by a Reversra
dance 1n whlch the danc1ng teachers are to 1nv1te boys ana
act as therr escorts Speclal dances grven by the Grrls League
were the March of D1mes dance and the N1ckelodeon Beneht
The G1rls League was one of the most actlve school or
ganrzatrons thrs year
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