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Back Row: Hochgraf, Burgf, Erner, Shores, Kroker, Burrell, Lindsey
Third Row: Knox, Breeder, Curry, Lott, Durst, Coakley, Preston, Downer
Second Row: Ludtke, Strickler, Saxton, Canoy, Lanning, Fuller, Herron, Wells, Bilyeu, Ensley
Front Row: Rucker, Cook, Trembley, Payne, Bowers, O'Brien, Shartel, Lindley, Neustal, Banz
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With less than eighty students, the Seventh Grade entered
Lebanon High School, This was a very special occasion, for this
group was entering high school for the beginning of six busy
eventful years that was to lead to future success. Each student
was enthusiastic and interested in the new situation.
The first week was perhaps the most trying. The students
hurrying and scurrying through the halls lost their way and arrived
late in the wrong class to discover to their embarrassment that
their class was iust next door. As experience is a good teacher,
it was not long until all the class became quite familiar with the
routine of the high school and were on their way to do their best
Pmiden, that they might be a credit to the high school.
The Seventh Grade class held their first regular meeting the second week of school
and elected class officers for the ensuing year. The result of the election was: Presi-
dent, Sammy Gilbert, vice-president, Loris Wells, secretary, Edris Lanningi treasurer,
Beverly Canoy, and class representative, Earletta Saxton.
The class is to be complimented on the orderly manner in which they leave con-
ducted their meetings.
The Junior Girl's League was organized at the beginning of the second semester.
The seventh grade supplied three officers that were elected by vote of the sevnth and
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team came out on top in the eighth grade tournament. For this reason the students
were very proud of their team.
The Junior High cheer leaders from the eighth grade are Bonita Johnson and Gustie
Pesek. They did a fine job leading the cheering section.
The participation of the eighth grade students in the bond drives have been ex-
cellent. They purchased the fine total of Sl3,6OQ.45.
Under the leadership of Mr. Clark and Mrs. Rasmussen, the class had a party in
the gym November 3O, l945. This proved to be a success. Our class skating party
on May 3 was also a success.
The seventh and eighth grade girls, along with the help of Miss Brown, have or-
ganized a Junior Girl's League, Eighth grade girls held the offices of President, treas-
urer, social chairman, and eighth grade representative in the organization, '
The students are looking forward to entering high school as the freshman class next
year and this promises to be an outstanding class for Lebanon High.
The students wish to thank Mrs. Rasmussen and Mr. Clark for the help they have
given us during the year.
Back Row: Ray, Christensen, Gray, Powell, Crandall
Sixth Row: Duncan, Miller, King, Ball, Baldwin, Herron
Fifth Row: Ryan, Goold, Kellison, Cole, Hauxwell, Rogers, Anthony
Fourth Row: Kirkley, Hoeside, Temple, Pratt, Clark, Baker, Birch
Third Row: B, Thexton, T. Derush, Carper, Michelson, Beeck, Downing, Speasl, Brady
Second Row: Lundholrn, Hunnnel, Osburne, Klavano, Howe, Phelps, Barker, Tom De-rush, Scott
First Row: VValtenberg, Brannon, Alloway, Smith, D. Gray, Sanderson, Hansell, Lucas, Wilson, Leach
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eighth grade girls. The following officers were elected: vice-president, Ardeth Benz,
scretary, Mary Anne Herron, and representative, Earletta Saxton.
The class has been well represented by several students in art, band, and chorus.
As the seventh grade could not participate in athletics, it did not discourage their
attendance, for almost all of the boys and girls were out for every game, supporting
their team with plenty of pep and enthusiasm. Agreat number of boys are looking
forward to the time when they can play football, basketball, and baseball.
One of the very outstanding events of the school year was the seventh grade partv
which was held in the gymnasium on April 26. The success of the party was made
possible bythe efficient committees who planned and took full charge of everything.
All the students reported that it was one party to be long remembered, for everyone
had a grand time.
Time is fleeting and summer vacation is drawing near, but everyone will be hapfy
to return next fall to take up where the eighth grade left off.
The Seventh Grade class wishes to thank its advisers, Mrs. Faller and Mrs. Elswick,
for their interest and help.
Back Row: Gilbert, Mitchell, Van Atta, Bean, Etters, Andres
Fourth Row: Smith, Schriber, R. Andres, Holzfuss, White, Schlaman
Third Row, Blackburn, Christensen, Saxton, Waltenburg, De Kyper, Parsons
Second Row: Keen, Fields, Toole, Stauffer, Carlson, Blake, Wood
Front Row: Cave, Kress, Kimble, Weaver, Nichols, Reed, Torry, V. Christensen
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