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The town students were the ardent supporters of the four evening activities. As
usual freshmen faced their initiation with fear and trembling, however when the fatal
day arrived they showed a superior brand of sportsmanship. In the fall a "Mixer"
party started the class off to a very friendly year. The dress-up occasion for the year
was the St. Patrick's Day dance. Two skating parties at the Albany rink were enthusi-
astically supported by over one hundred fans.
"Eager beaver" freshmen thronged to football practice in the fall, but only the
husky, stalwart variety endured to the end. One freshman, James Fryrear, accomplished
the unusual feat of playing enough football to get the coveted football letter.
A fine brand of basketball was played by the yearlings on the "B" squad. The
men who practically guarantee us another brilliant basketball season in two or three
years are: Jerry Bartels, Bob Osterman, James Fryrear, Gene Tanner, Robert Patterson,
Richard Houghton, Joe Abbott, Donald Hebert, and James Sollenberger.
In the spring the fellows' fancy turned to baseball. Here, however, they did not
show the same talent as in basketball.
The Pep Club was largely made up of underclass girls. Their enthusiasm was
most admirable. It is to be hoped that it will continue unabated, The two freshmen
girls who acted as cheer leaders for the "C" squad games were: Pat Cone and Erma
This year the band has done exceptionally well. Their high degree of proficiency
was attained through the aid of. James Fryrear, Monty Horton, and Gene Tanner, trom-
bone, Sally Davis, Bill McKinney, Bob Osterman, clarinet, John Jacobsen, cornet,
Jacqueline Simi, and Robert Patterson, drums.
Bock Row: B. Oosterman, Clayton, Fryrear, Pa'torson, Campbell, Durfee, Porter, Arnold, M. Bean
Seventh Rovv: Ferguson, Howard, Nordstrand, Hunt, Tanner
Sixth Row: Schenck, Lott, D. Carter, Bush, Carter, Magee
Fifth Row: Bean, Starres, Houghton, McKinney, Downing, Dodson, Williams
Fourth Row: Alberts, Dickson, Preston, Fetter, R. Hebert, J. Cox, Lanning, Carter, Grove
Third Row: Fiala, Vinson, White, Thomba, Messal, Lee, Ufford, McPherson, Sollenberger, Foltz, Bartels, Gilbert
Kepke, Coddingtan, Christensen
Second Row: Smith, Bean, Ayres, Hurst, Juff, Tuma, Cglalpian, Zurcher, Butler, Horton, Jacobsen, R. Cox, Suing
Front Row: Olsen, Uldrich, Edwards, Blount, O'Hearon, Bates, Moore, Hill, Stickley, Gill, Abbott, Thexton
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Back Row: Harris, Strange, J. Arnold, Groves, Notfsinger, Bush
7th Row: Owens, Burian, Ryder, Smith, Christian, White, Campbell
oth Row: Olsen, Frictug, Neavoll, Forllmzrz, Alley, Arnold, Ogbin
5th Row: Tuma, Fenner, Thomas, Carlson, Bowers, Sagert, Rose
4th Raw: Rowton, Slack, Davis, Wilson, Blazer, Keen, Cruise, Westfall, Powell
3rd Row: DeVinny, Ames, Glass, Simi, Frank, Edmonds, Hewett, Cone, Gray, McTimmonds, Edwards, Backman
2nd Row: Carlson, B. Alley, Hammond, Dahlenburg, Mosher, Fitzwater, Bevan, Rosin, Lucas, Thrasher, Mummert,
Front Row- Me-ssrner, Lott, Gilbert, Pearce, Bevan, Knapp, White, Torrey, Alkia, Spires, G, Arnold
The class of i949 entered Lebanon High School with a mem-
bership of T60 students. The class consisted of a few more boys
than girls, to the ratio ot 84 to 76, likewise the town students were
greater in number by twenty.
The class officers elected at the beginning of the year were:
Sally Davis, president, Monty Horton, vice-president, Pat Christian,
secretary, Pat Cone, treasurer, and Gene Tanner, student council
representative. During the year these officers did a creditable
piece of work.
,M An innovation of the year was the collection of dues and the
issuance of class activity cards. With these cards a student was
SALLY DAW5 allowed entrance to all class activities.
The most popular activity of the year was the noon hour game room, which was
open on all bad days to those freshmen who desired to read, play games, or chat. An
average of fifty people, daily enjoyed themselves. This activity was particularly en-
ioyed by the rural students.
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Fifth Row: Lindsey, Crawford, Logan, Arnold, Cruise
Fourth Row: Hamilton, Galleu, Plymulr-, Mufnmert, McJunkin, Wilson, Hilton, Tatum
Thrd Row' Mason, King, Waddell, Hgiinniett, Davis, Pusek, Miller
Second Row: Chartrau, Vvorkinuii, Dixon, Lott, Dickson, Samla, Gibson
First Row: Parks, Johnson, Cook, Moore, Hickey, Mucliant, Schackinart, Higgenbottom, J. Davis, Lebahn
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This year the eighth grade had an enrollment of ninety-tive
' students. As most of the students attended Lebanon Junior High
last year they were not quite so bewildered when they entered
school in September.
The first class meeting was held to elect the following officers:
Kay Hoseid, president, Hugh Herron, vice-president, Beverly Davis,
secretary, Janice King, treasurer, Ronnie Fink, class representative,
Ron Zimmerdahl, sergeant-at-arms. During the year Ronnie Fink
and Ron Zimmerdahl moved away and were replaced by Rudy Killi'
son and Richard Copeland.
Under the supervision ot the preceding officers and the class
K. HOSEID advisors, Mrs. Ruth Rasmussen and lvir. Lewis Clark, the eighth
President graders have had a good school year.
There are many eighth grade students that took part in the music department of
L. H. S., especially in our band. We are proud of the number of eighth graders in the
band this year.
The eighth grade was IOOOXO in buying student body tickets. They added much
pep to all the games throughout the year. Besides turning out tor the high school
games the eighth grade attended the Junior High games. The eighth grade basketball
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