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Page 31 text:
When school opened September, l942, l22 freshmen enrolled. After being prop-
erly initiated they settld down to become members of Lebanon High School. With Miss
Phibbs as their class advisor they chose the following officers: President, Jack Hyder,
vice-president, Cedric Wallace, secretary, Caroll Penfold, treasurer, Bob Bouman, class
representative, Bob Fisher. This year proved to be an excellent one with good partici-
pation in social activities. -
The following year the Sophomores took an active part in athletics, band, glee
and school clubs. Under the odvisorship of Miss Ender they elected their class officers.
They were, President, Don Davidson, vice-president, Bill Miller, secretary, Margaret
Smith, treasurer, Curtis Coe, sergeant-at-arms, Erwin Wilkinson, class representative,
From the beginning the Junior year was designated to be an outstanding one.
Under the able leadership of class advisors, Mrs. Wilshire and Mr. Butler, President Bill
Peden, Vice-president Tony Solberg, Secretary Janet Durst, Treasurer Caroll Penfold,
Sergeant-at-arms Richard Bartels and Class Representative Cedric Wallace the year
was very successful. After raising money the necessary funds they sponsored the
Junior-Senior Prom, under the chairmanship of Janet Durst. The theme, Dreamboat,
was effectively carried out and music was provided by a band from Camp Adair. The
grand march was led by Queen Ann and her court of six princesses. This year, as in
previous years, found outstanding athletes, excellent choral groups and grand repre-
sentation in all school activities.
On September 25, 1944, 87 seniors began their last year, secretly a little sad but
with equal enthusiasm. They got off to a good start with advisors, Miss Schiltz and Mr.
Brenner, and by electing, Bob Olds, president, Douglas Smith, vice-president, Betty
Southwick, secretary, Izetta Richards, treasurer, Bill Peden, sergeant-at-arms, Don Ellis,
As a result of fine class cooperation, several successful dances were given, the best
being the Christmas dance.
The Senior play, "Bargain Bride," presented April 24, was a fast-moving, hilarious
play. It was capably directed by Miss Schiltz.
May ll, Queen Betty ll and her court of six princesses, Lorraine Baker, Izetta Rich-
ards, Betty Irvine, Helen Fiala, Ruth Ford, and Phyllis Miller reigned over the May Day
Baccalaureate took place on June 3 and commencement on June 6 with 93 gradu-
ating-ten of whom are in the service.
It is with considerable thought to the future and a backward glance at the past
four years the seniors, half-regretfully, leave Lebanon High for success in the future
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STANLEY WORLAND BARBARA YORK
Willamina: Baseball I, 2, Girl's League l, 2, 3, 4,
Football 2, Lettermon's Club GirI's Glee l, 2, Glee Club
3. Lebanon: Football 4, Jr. l, 2, Latin Club 2.
Prom Committee 3, Sr. Dance
4, Fire Squad 4.
The i945 Senior Class play, "The Bargain Bride," a rollicking three-act farce, was
presented in the high school gymnasium, on April 24, 1945 to a capacity crowd.
The scene of action was the apartment of two college youths, who were having
considerable diifficulty in straightening out the dilemmas in their private lives. To
straighten out the difficulties of being married within eight hours in order to save a for-
tune, and for a boy to become a lady in even less time to win a 55,000 award, took
the combined efforts of the eleven members of the cast and the director, Miss Schiltz.
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Back Row: Durfee, Bunt, Baca, McKinney, Underwood, hSmygh, Miller, Almen, Williams, Carlson, Roy, Keith
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Second Row: Manning, Elliott, Canoy, Hammock, Magee, Smith, Cummings, Liggett, Sinclair, Cobb, Berry, Hoover
Fleming, Kauffman, Firchou, Sylvester, Almon
Front Row: Hostetler, Decker, Kambck, Bryant, Bartels, Beach, Cone, Richards, Cooper, Gleason, Voegelein
Lenox, Regimbal, Costello, Crandall
' The Junior Class was fortunate this year in having two inter-
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guidance the following officers were selected at an election held
the first of the year: President, David Powell, vice-president, Jean
Beach, secretary, Donna Underwood, treasurer, Jess Ingram, student
council representative, Paul McCracken. Other iuniors on the
Student Council were, Joan Voegelein, Dennis Marvin, Larry Chris-
tian Norman Weekly and Lynn Hamilton.
ln basketball this year two tumors placed on the Tri County
AllStar team David Powell and Lynn Hamilton David Powell
also place on the football all star team
Four rumors competed in the State Speech League contest
held at Oregon State College They were Zata Sinclair Joan Voegelein Dennis Marvin
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