Lebanon Union High School - Warrior Yearbook (Lebanon, OR)

 - Class of 1946

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1 Back Row: Houghton, Fowler, Baldwin, Samuels, Liggett Second Row: McKinney, Carlson, Cummings, Waddell, Sinclair, Hansell First Row. A. Swanson, Wood, J, Swanson, Worland, Blackburn elmzon W6-16745 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- hearted support. 44

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-' puny AQ' Back Row: Trigg, Keith, M, Almen, Fields, Pierce Second Raw: Glaser, Fleming, Carlson, Howe Front Row Reeves, Duncan, Berry, Crockett, LeBaron 44,4 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 President more. 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 Fleming. MARION LE BARON 43



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Back Row: Abbotz, Alley, Hamilton. Cox Third Row: Ackerei, Samuels, Hobbs, Houghton, Fritz Second Row: Moody, Gram, Arnold, J. T. Hamilton, White, Drapela Front Raw: Elkins, Hewett, Baldwin, Fowler, Marvin 715- 2 The Lebanon Hi-Y, long one of the top ranking organizations in the school, has completed another successful year. Starting the year with a large group of neophytes the club was expected to do great things. And it lived up to all expectations. Very successful meetings were enioyed by all of the active members. A short time after school was started several "truth sessions" were held, in which the boys hurled slams and compliments at the girls, and the girls criticized and threw compliments also. The girls, a picked group from Girl's League council, seemed to benefit as much from these meetings as the boys. The Hi-Y has also been very active in other ways, such as DEN::5,lQlf,llVlN sponsoring dances after games. And as the whole student body remembers, the Hi-Y big spring formal was a great success. A very capable group of officers led the club throughout the year, they were, Lawrence Page, advisor, Denny Marvin, president, Kenny Houghton, secretary, and Dick Hobbs, treasurer. Near the end of the year, April 28, the Hi-Y went as a body to church, taking either dates or their mothers. This was very successful and should prove popular in the years to come. Towards the end of the year the club was shocked and hurt at the loss of one of their most active members in a tragic weekend accident, and also the loss of another close friend. 45

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