Lebanon Union High School - Warrior Yearbook (Lebanon, OR)

 - Class of 1944

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WARRIOR - 1944 Q P Cahn - The Pep Club was organized this year under the super- vision of the adviser, Miss Howard. The purpose of the club is, to provide more pep at the games, help plan the pep as- semblies, choose the yell leaders and try new yells. Several members sold pop-corn and apples at the football games. The officers this year were: President, Ruth Ford, Vice- President, Virginia Bowen, Secretary-Treasurer, Lois Gilbert, Student Council Representative, Carryl Smyth. - The yell leaders were: Captain, Louise Kruml, Betty lrvine, Iean Beach, Helen Smyth and Curtis Coe. Ruth Schneider substituted. .fsffzfunan 2 The Lettermen's Club of Lebanon High School is composed of letter winners in all sports including managers. The pur- pose of the club is to make rules and regulations concerning the actions of its members and to help in any way to further the betterment of the school. Initiation of new members was held in Ianuary and at that time all new football lettermen were taken into the club. A hilarious evening of entertainment was held and the ini- tiates truly felt themselves fully initiated when the night ended. ln an effort' to curb rough house tactics in the halls, the Lettermen's Club conducted a campaign at mid year to halt such actions and after a few weeks effort, they felt that con- ditions were much better and the student body as a whole recognized the fact that the Lettermen were serious about this work. It is hoped that in future years the Lettermen can band together in an organization that will be recognized as one of the leading groups in the school. Officers for the year were as follows: Iess Ingram, Presi- dent, Cedric Wallace, Vice-President, Lynn Hamilton, Secre- tary-Treasurer, Bud Page, Adviser. Goofliafl' A total of 45 football aspirants greeted Coach Bud Page on the opening day of the 1943 season, but of this group only 6 were lettermen while the rest of the squad was made up of

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Q 1 .Y '.'f . 5 - . 1. . Q- fw fr ' W.. in i wnnmon-1944 1 ' H GV .fzglif L L The Lebanon Hi-Light enjoyed a successful year under the able leadership of Pat Reeves and Leo Berg as First Term Edi- tors and Larry Christian as Editor for the Spring Term. Ten issues were published. Assisting on the Hi-Light Staff were Betty Southwick, Peggy Raines, Helen Miles, Grace Whities, Ioan Voegelein, Bob Iohnson, Paul McCracken, Ross McCor mick, Raymond Ayers, Ianet Whelan, Wanda Lee Nichols, Du ane Pierce and Rodney Cox. 9 is Cs'.,.....1 The Fire Squad has had a successful year in their drills There was no trouble getting the students out of the building except for one thing and that was that the sudents did not get away from the building once they got out . The record time for clearing the building was one minute Members ol the Fire Squad were Ralph Cooper, Chief, Bob Cate, Assistant Chief, lim Woodroffe, Laddie Pesek, Melvin Hainz, Ray Ayres, Bryce Bartruff, Dale Plagmann, Ray Woods Lee Crossan, Kenneth Austin, Leslie Ufford, Denny Canny, Don Clarke, Melvin Solberg. C 64. 93. The newest organization in school is the-Civil Air Patrol Cadet Corps. It is an auxiliary of the United States!-irmy Air Corps. The purpose of the C. A. P. is to aid not only in actual emergency, but to educate boys cmd girls of 'high school age in things concerning military service and aviationj The stu dents may go on active service in the Army Air Corps with full Army pay after reaching the age of sixteen At Lebanon High School there' are two groups. Group One meets from 3 to 5 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Group Two meets from 7 to 9 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Mr. Evert The officers for Group One are: Commanderjlim Wood roffeg Training Sergeant, Kay Reikeg Intelligence Sergeant Ralph Schrouder, Communications Sergeant, Peggy Rains Supply Sergeant, Warren Lanningg Adjutant, Carryl Smyth Flight Leader, Bill Winstead, Assistant Flight Leader, Helen Smythp Section Leader, Bryce Bartruffg Assistant Section Leader, Marceline Bonge, Sergeant-at-Arms, Iohn Ball, Mascot Gerald Sagert., Brenner is the Commanding Officer in charge of both groups.



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