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Page 30 text:
Graduates not pictured, Lambert Blatchley, Ray Conklin, Ralph Ellenburg, Del-
bert Fennell, Robert Maclean, Bruce Miller, Ralph Myler, Edward Otis, Glenn Irvin Rob-
ertson, and William Schenck. -
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The class of '46 presented the annual Senior play in three performances, March T9,
20, and Qi, to a capacity house each time.
The play was a fast-moving comedy entitled, "Going Places." All three acts of
the play were set in the living room of a college president's home. The plot became
more and more involved as four college students plotted to get a football player over
the hurdles of entrance exams, managing to "rake up" three millionaire aunts from
Texas and dispose of all but one of them in a single afternoon.
Besides members of the play cast, its huge success was due in great part to those
Lnheralded back-stage performers, the make-up department, ably directed by Billy
Ann Hoeft assisted by Mr. Cash, the publicity department, under Dorene Liggett, the
stage-setting crew, under Mr. Dodds' supervision, ushers and ticket booth, Nova Jean
Keith, Bernita Canoy, Shirley Crandall, Florence Manning, Mary Almen, Nancy Cos-
tello, Wuanita Fleming, Ruth Bazant, and Rosamond Almon, properties, Ronald Board
and Mary Williams, and the sound-effects men, Ray LaFond and Ron Cox, aided by
Directing the play was Mr. H. B. Holt of the high school speech and drama de-
The cast was as follows,
Jeff Sterling - Lynn Hamilton
Shirley Kimball - Zata Sinclair
Gladys Miller-Joyce Scott
Cuthbert Lee - Roland Board
Chuck Malloy - Kenneth Haughton
Rosemary Lee - Alice Hansell
Aunt Kate Malloy - Elmeriane Carlson
President Kimball - Dick Hewett
Mrs. Kimball - Joan Voegelein
Professor Stubbs - Dick McEwan
Mrs. Stubbs - Helen Smyth
Florence Ward - Nancy Gleason
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Student Body Secretary 4,
Prom Chairman 3, Girl's
League l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary
2, vice president 3, Big Sis-
ter Chairman 4, Senior Class
Play, Class Secretary l, Pep
Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Girl's
League l, 2, 3, 4, Yell Lead
er l, 2, 3, C. A. P. 2, Prom
3, T. Si I. 4, Prom Princess 3
Band l, 2.
Club l, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3,
4, State Speech Contest 3,
4 S O S Club l 2 Hi
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Student Co ncil l, 2,
Girl's League l, 2, 3, 4:
Dramatic Club 2, Glee Club
l, 2, 3, Girl's Sextet 2, T. 81
l. President 4, Victory Corps
ue l, 2, 3, 4,
President 4, Treasurer 3, Rep.
2, Annual BusinesspManager
4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, President
4, Student Director 4, Speer
Contest 3, Pep Club l, 2, 3,
4, Hi-Light 2, 3, Assoc. Edi-
tor 2, Home Ec. Club l, .,
3, 4, President 3: G. A. A.
3, 4, Girl's Glee President 3,
Girl's Trio 2, 3, 4.
Boy's League l, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball l, 2, 3, Baseball
2, Hi-Light 4.
Boy Club l, 2 3-Centralia,
Girl's League Social Chair'
man 4, Girl's League l, 2,
3, 4, Library Club Vice Pres-
ident 4, Prom Princess 3,
Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Ski Club
4, C. A. P. 2, 3, Glee Club
l, 2, Dramatics Club lg Vic-
tory Corps l.
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As school opened September, 1943, 147 freshmen enrolled. With Mr. Rickard as
class advisor they selected the following officers, President, Jess Ingram, vice president,
Duane Pierce, secretary, Zata Sinclair, treasurer, Mariloris Scott, class representative,
Paul McCracken, and Girl's League representative, Beverly Lenox. The freshmen were
well represented in all school activities with the year proving a huge success.
The following year the Sophomore class was one of the outstanding classes in the
school. They were very prominent in athletics, glee,.band, and school clubs. Along
with their many social activities they held one of the highest scholastic standings in
school. The class, under the advisorship of Mrs. C. Smith and Miss Julia Barnum, had
as of their class officers: President, Denny Marvin, vice president, Arthur Cobb, secretary,
Gerald Sagert, treasurer, Donna Underwood, class representative, Lynn Hamilton.
The Junior year was destined to be one of the best years enioyed by 'the class
of '46. With outstanding leaders in the form of president, Dave Powell, vice president,
Jean Beach, secretary, Donna Underwood, treasurer, Jess Ingram, class representative,
Paul McCracken, and advisors Mrs. Wilshire and Miss Brown, the year was most suc-
The Junior-Senior Prom was the big social event of the year and with a theme of
"Gay Paree" being successfully carried out it was one of the best proms in years. The
grand march was led by Queen Ruth and her court of six princesses. As in previous
years the class was full of outstanding athletes, and representation in all school activi-
ties. Dave Powell was picked on the Tri-County League all-star football team and
Dave and Lynn Hamilton made the District 7 all-star in basketball.
With mixed emotions, 84 seniors entered the halls of old L. H. S. for their last year
on September 17, 1945. With advisors, Mrs. Wilshire and Mr. Brenner, they selected
as their leaders, President, Gay Baldwin, vice president, Denny Marvin, secretary,
Dorene Liggett, treasurer, Dick Hewett, and class representative, Jess Ingram.
Under the capable leadership of Mr. Holt, the Senior class play, "Going Places,"
was presented and turned out to be one of the best ever staged here.
Through wonderful representation of seniors in all school activities, the school had
an outstanding football team, the best basketball team Lebanon has ever had, and a
band and choral group any school would be proud to claim.
May 10, Queen Billie Ann, and her court of six beautiful princesses, Mary Almen,
Shirley Crandall, Beverly Lenox, Adalee McKinney, Dorothy Sylvester, and Joan Voe-
gelein reigned over the May Day celebration.
With baccalaureate taking place on June 2 and commencement on June 5, approxi-
mately 90 seniors graduated to go out into the world.
lt is with happy memories of the past four years to look back upon that the Seniors
think of the future and hope for success.
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