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Eighth Row: Coyle, Cole, Andres, Washa, H. Canoga
Seventh Row: Ufford, Billings, Russell, Jo Woody, Whitmore, Nichols, Trigg, Brown, B. Warner
Sixth Row: Judd, Brewster, Pepperling, Lang, Kimble, L, Baertlein
Fiith Row: Fisher, J. Woody, Shields, Whiteis, Cray, Moel, Heyne
Fourth Row: Preever, Bilyeu, Olshesky, Baird, Lutz, Nieman, Baertlien, Norman, Hageman, Leech, Pierce,
Thlird Row: Connett, Hodges, Marquardt, Dixon, Hills, Bodtke, Waddell, Doris Neustol, D. Neustal, Kerr, Simons,
f J. Warner, Fields, Nolan, Cox, Merritt
Second Row: M. Smith, Shaver, Conner, Schrouder, Reeves, Thompson, Walker, Plagman, Olsen, Bortruft,
Pinkat, Rappe, Crockett
Front Row: B. Leach, Rose, Conoy, Duncan, Siur'evant, Skyles, Farwell, Morris, Bockman, Wood, Pieschke,
Ryder, Swanson, Powell
The Sophomore Class began the year with an approximate en-
rollment ot one hundred seventy-eight students. The officers as
elected at the first ot the year were, president, Bob Miles, vice presi-
dent, Tommie Jusa, secretary, Coleen Rappe, treasurer, Don Ward,
who immediately moved to California, and Martel Scroggins was
elected in his place, student council representative, Harold Fritz, and
a courtesy committee elected near the close of the year. The very
I' able class advisors were Mrs. Stewart, Miss Maclean, and Mr.
I Many activities were participated in by members of the class.
Bos MILES A number ot the students were in band, mixed chorus, and five of
Pwslden' the girls in sextette. They were Nancy Mae Trigg, Mary Kathryn
eves, Anne Swanson, Orvillis Pepperling, and Jean Adell Russell.
ln sports, four boys received letters: Dean Johnson, Bud Barr, Bob l-lenkle, and J. T.
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The girls ot the Junior Class were also very active with Fay Carroll being cheer
leader, and Marion Le Baron, Fayne Blackburn, and Pat Worland on the Rally Squad.
Gther activities participated in by the girls were, G. A. A. with Marion Le Baron as
president, Girls' League with Margaret Howe, vice president, Fayne Blackburn, treas-
urer, and Mary Gene Gregory as Junior Representative. Mary Gene was also elected
as prom chairman.
The Junior Class was represented for the tirst time in L. H. S. history on the annual
staff with Judy Swanson associate business manager and Leon Kambak, associate editor.
Nearing the end ot the school year the whole school was shocked by the sudden
death of two very popular Junior boys, Bob Ackeret and Hugh Logan, resulting from an
automobile accident on a weekend trip. These .boys will be sorely missed in the future,
not only by the Junior Class but by the whole ot the L. H. S. student body. Two other
Junior boys were also in this unfortunate accident. They were Darrell Guinn and Gene
Simi, both ot them still being in a very critical condition from the iniuries they suffered.
, Although this accident leaves the Junior Class very sad and disheartened they
stilflgihave the drive and determination to make next year the best in L. H. S. history.
At the last class meeting before this goes to press the class chose the all-important
princesses for the annual Junior-Senior Prom. Elected were: Ramona Edwards, Fay
Carroll, Patsy Nelson, Mary Gene Gregory, Margaret Howe, Fayne Blackburn, and
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Back Row: Logan, Miles, Coddington, Gwinn
Fifth Row: Simi, King, Alley, Ackeret, Moss
Fourth Row: Downing, Hobbs, Fields, Wagner, Atkin
Third Row: Calhoun, Starnes, Conser, Stewart, H. Smith, D. Smith
Second Row: Toole, Gram, Bean, Crossen, Vanderburg, Clark
Front Row: Raber, Laidlaw, Talbert, Rarey, Baca, Nevins, Kambak, Suing, Tabor
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Joanne Warner was elected as one of the yell leaders, also, Earnestine Fields and
Sharlee Leach were chosen forthe Rally Squad.
Mary Kathryn Reeves was elected as Sophomore Girls' League Representative, and
Nancy Trigg was elected as secretary.
Class money was raised by selling hotdogs at the Albany-Lebanon football game,
and a dance was sponsored after a basketball game. At the beginning of the year
every Sophomore paid in one dollar dues, this also went into the treasury.
The annual class party was celebrated on Valentine's Day with a large percent-
age of the class attending the skating party at the Albany Rink, February 14.
Patriotism was brought closer to every member of the class when several of the
boys enlisted in the service. They were J. D. Hammock, U. S. Army, Wesley Shimanek,
Navy, and George Moore, Merchant Marine.
The class activities were very well publicized with Elizabeth Waddell, Norma Wood,
and Anne Swanson as members of the Hi-Light staff. ln connection with the school
paper, Anne Swanson was sent as one of the two representatives to Pacific University
at Forest Grove for a journalism contest. Plans are being made to send representatives
again next year.
A number of the girls achieved athletic prowess by earning G. A. A. points. A
Several of the boys were members of the Hi-Y Club. They were: J. T. Hamilton,
Harry Drapela, Lloyd White, and Harold Fritz.
Due to the splendid co-operation of officers, advisors, and members of the class,
the year was an exceedingly successful one.
Back Row, Benz, Middlestadt, Sims, Mastenbrook, Scroggin, Rucker, Harden, Hostetler, Mullen
Sixth Row. Weist, Farwell, Osterman, Sliffe
Ffth Row, Barr, White, Henkle, Shimanek, Vorderstrasse
Fourth Row: Laird, Huff, J. T. Hamilton, Narrow, Canoga, Pierce
Third Row, Neavoll, M. Daily, Miles, Anthony, Glaser, Atkins, B. Conner, Bivens, Beard, Campbell, Howland
Second Row: Weaver, Garrett, Drapela, Hartle, Vaughn, Miller, L, Simons, Kau, Fritz, Ray Netland, Johnson
Front Row, D. Daily, Nofziger, Ramsey, Richards, Schenck, Dahlenberg, S. Bartels, Juza, Ladd, Alkio, Duran,
Ensley, Bowman, Pesek
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