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Page 55 text:
Back Row: Trigg, Keith, M, Almen, Fields, Pierce
Second Raw: Glaser, Fleming, Carlson, Howe
Front Row Reeves, Duncan, Berry, Crockett, LeBaron
This year G. A. A. started out with a bang and enjoyed one of
' its most successful years.
One of the most outstanding functions was a Playday spon-
sored by Albany's G. A. A., ten girls attending from Lebanon and
surrounding districts. A very interesting day consisted of volley-
ball tournaments, programs presented by each attending school,
and a most amusing game called, "Murder He Says." A cafeteria
luncheon topped off the afternoon.
A dance was the gallant affair sponsored by G. A. A. after
the Corvallis game, Ice cream slices were sold during the Red-
mond game, and the money received will be used for the purchase
of the letters earned by the girls who have obtained IOO points or
Noon tournaments consisting of volley ball, soccer, basketball, and ping pong
were held to help girls secure points, while others enioyed the outside life in hiking,
skiing, bicycling, and tennis.
Clarnell Bryant resigned as president during the first of the year, thus leaving the
staff of officers as follows, President, Marion LeBaron, secretary, Margaret Howe,
treasurer, Elmerjane Carlson. The girls holding offices in the sports department are:
sport head, Norma Berry, soccer, Mary Almen, ping pong, Leona Duncan, volleyball,
Neva Glaser, tumbling, Pat Pierce, softball, Nancy Trigg, Tennis, Mary K. Reeves, hike,
Erma Crockett, bicycling, Nova .l. Keith, rhythms, Ernestine Fields, badminton, Wanita
MARION LE BARON
Page 54 text:
Back Row: Ackeret, Baldwin, Brenner, Houghton, Abbott
Second Row: Roland Board, Roner, Ball, Kambak
Front Row: Hewett, LaFond, Cox, Elkins, Hamilton, Alley
The fire squad under the supervision of Mr. Brenner and Fire
Chief Lynn Hamilton turned in a very splendid performance in the
past year. Starting out with practically all new members this year
due to the loss by graduation of nearly all of the old members, the
squad has had a very successful year. The squad has a squad
member placed at each main door, one at each fire extinguisher,
and the remaining members given the duties of seeing that all
doors and windows were closed and all lights out.
The obiect of the club is to have a group of boys who through
knowledge of the building and how to use hoses and tire extin-
LYNN HAMILTON guishers, could direct the rest of the students out of the building
in case of fire and also could help fight the fire if the need arose.
At the first of the year, the equipment was given a thorough check to see that it was all
in working order and the squad was given instruction on the use of hoses and fire ex-
tinguishers so that they could use these if they had to.
Each fire drill was timed to see how fast the students cleared the building. All of
the drills turned out very fast but the fastest one was in the record-breaking time of
The club has a membership of nineteen boys and they are as follows: Assistant Fire
Chief Joe Elkins, Ron Cox, Bill Ball, James Roner, Ray l.aFond, Johnnie Bohlken, Ken
Houghton, Dick Hewett, Gay Baldwin, Will Moody, Ron Board, Roland Board, Leon
Kambak, Bill Calhoun, Joe Baca, Layton Arnold, Paul Alley, and Mole Abbott.
Page 56 text:
Back Row: Houghton, Fowler, Baldwin, Samuels, Liggett
Second Row: McKinney, Carlson, Cummings, Waddell, Sinclair, Hansell
First Row. A. Swanson, Wood, J, Swanson, Worland, Blackburn
This year the Hi-Light was published both semesters of the
school year of T945-46 under the supervision of Mr. H. E. Hickcox.
The Hi-Light staff the first semester consisted of:
Editor-in-Chief . . George Fowler
Associate Editor . , Alice Hansell
Business Manager . . Judy Swanson
Associate Business Mgr. . Dorothy Cummings
The second semester officers were:
Editor-in-Chief . . Gay Baldwin
Associate Editor . . Alice Hansell
GAY BALDWIN Business Manager . Dorothy Cummings
Edna, Associate Business Mgr. . Elizabeth Waddell
The paper was published in seventeen issues, nine the first semester and eight the
second semester. The circulation was about 1,500 copies. The paper, under the pres-
ent head of the Hi-Light, is nine years old, although there has been a school paper during
the entire history of the school.
Many articles of news and human interest were covered by the alert staff. The
Hi-Light prided itself' in the fact that some news stories were printed as "scoops." These
"scoops" proved the efficiency of the staff reporters.
The business men are to be thanked for their splendid cooperation and whole-
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