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Page 63 text:
The Girl's League has completed many
proiects this year. Some of the most
outstanding of them were:
A kid party at the first of the year,
the purpose of which was to get better
acquainted with the new girls.
Dances after the Sweet Home foot-
ball, and Corvallis basketball games.
The Girl's Athletic Association was
formed under the Girl's League leader-
Mirrors were bought for the girl's
basement, ten dollars donated to the
tuberculosis fund, and thirty-five dollars
given to the War Chest drive.
From each class two girls were selected
Big Sister Chairman
DORENE UGGETT as "Girl ot the Month." Out of this group SZALNEREBSQSJREEZ T
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"Girl ot the Year."
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To sum it all up, the Girl's League was
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Page 62 text:
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QUEEN BETTY II
Queen Betty ll and her court ruled at
the i945 May Day festivities at Lebanon
High held on May li.
The events of the day began with a
general assembly at which community
singing and short stunts, presented by
different high school classess and organ-
izations, high-lighted the program. To
complete the morning, at the close of
the assembly there was dancing in the
gym lasting until l2:OO. This was cli-
maxed with a picnic lunch held on the
campus, the several classes providing
Coronation ceremonies were held at
l:3O in the afternoon with vocal and in-
strumental groups supporting the pro-
A sports dance held in the evening
was an appropriate end to a pleasant
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Page 64 text:
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Back Row: Alley, Houghton, HeweTT, Pierce
Second Row: A. Keebler, McCracken, Johnson, McKinney
FronT Raw: Whelan, Ford, B. Keebler, Sinclair, Carlson, SorseTh
The Lebanon High School Ski Club was re-esTablished on an acTive basis This year,
afTer a lapse of some years. Because of warTime Travel resTricTions The club's acTiviTies
were limiTed. The club did nof make any ski Trips as a body for The same reason of
The Travel resTricTions. However, virTually every member of The group enjoyed The ex-
hilaraTion of flying on The f'boards" aT leasT once This year. AlbeiT, everyone enioyed
The "swish" of waxed hickory gliding over sofT "powder" as much as possible, The
popular forTe seemed To be "fireside skiing," born of wartime necessiTy.
The officers for The year were: Presidenf, Norman Weekly, vice-presidenT, RuTl1
Ford, secreTary, Beverly Keebler, and Treasurer, Kennefh Shores. Under The capable
leadership of These officers The club became one of The leading social organizaTions
year. They also conducfed many popular privaTe meefings To keep alive The "Oley,
'Oley-flop" spiriT of The skier. In The face of many difficulTies, The club has mainTained
gf lily l T 2 on The campus. The ski club sponsored one of The mosT successful sporT dances of The
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