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Back Row: Plymale, Hamilton, Ball, Johnson, Cobb, Alley, Wood, MacLean, Solberg, Leach, Miller
Third Row: Brenner, Messal, Grahm, Rhoads, Ayqrs, Raber, Eriljon, Hauck, Roner, Johnson, Wallace
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Front Row: Ingram, Coakley, Conner, LaFond, Canny, Brown, Firchau, Morris, Woods, Elkins
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C.A.P., organized December, 1941, has been an auxiliary branch of the United
States Army Air Forces since April 1943. This unit of seventy boys and girls in Lebanon
High School has been organized by Captain E. N. Brenner since March 1944.
Sergeant John Ball is the flight leader of the preLflight class. Sergeant Lee Wood
is in command ot the advanced aeronautics. Sergeant Max Miller has command over
the cadets of radio. Sergeant Ruth Kimble is flight leader for the all-girl unit. Sergeant
'Ball is also the drill master. -
These cadets study meteorology, air navigation, air rules and reguations, military
drill, and all pre-flight courses.
This squadron maintains a crash crew, communications unit, search and rescue
squad, and a ski patrol.
During the year the squadron has enjoyed recreational as well as instructional
meetings. Throughout the year they have enioyed a Hallowe'en dance, Christmas
dance, St. Patrick's Day dance, a skating party and a picnic. They also enioyed a
paper chase made by the sergeants in connection with air navigation. The boys en-
1 yed a week-end ski trip in connection with the Army and Lebanon Ski Patrol.
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With an initial nest egg of S250.00, the Bond and Stamp Committee has sold in
excess of 533,678 lissue valuel worth of bonds and stamps during the 1944-45 school
During the Sixth War Loan 518,378.00 in bonds and stamps were purchased, and 3
the student body voted to buy nine field ambulances for the Pacific area with this money. '
The goal set for the Seventh War Loan was S12,000.00, and as this goes to press 1,
the amount of purchases is 512,113.00 ll.
The students of Lebanon High School are to be congratulated for their excellent
record in stamp and bond purchases. The committee serving the students every Wednes-
day morning consists of Ruth Ford, Marian Pierce, Betty Irvine, and Mrs. Edith Smith.
The room salesmen who have been active in making the sales successful are: Don
Ellis, Marlys Sinclair, Charles Gram, Joan Voegelein, Zata Sinclair, Dean Johnson, Jean F1
Backman, Mary Waddell, Bruce Howe, James Fryrear, Gene Tanner, Ina Clare Wilson,
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The Fire Squad under the supervision ot Mr. Brenner and Fire Chief Cedric Wallace
has turned in an excellent piece of work handling tire drills. There is a squad member
at each main door, fire extinguishers, two members at each hose, and several to check
rooms to have windows closed, lights out, and doors closed. ,
At the beginning of the year all equipment was checked, so worn parts could be
replaced. Fire extinguishers were refilled and broken loose for immediate use. Hoses
were tried under pressure for breaks and recoiled for easy handling.
Fire drills have been under all kinds of conditions. Drills with no parts ot the build-
ing blocked took one minute, five seconds. South entranfe blocked off the drill was
one minute, twenty seconds. One of the best drills was sounded during an assembly
when all students and teachers were in the gymnasium. lt took one minute, twenty-tive
The state fire inspector and city fire chiel praised the smooth corordination of the
fire squad during a drill given for the inspectors. Alt er the drill talks by both the
inspector and chief were given to fire squad members on new equipment, ways of getting
out of the building faster, and mainly safety first. lnspection of all the school buildings
were made by ins '-ectors to find out the tire hazards around the school.
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