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Page 59 text:
Back Row: Almen, Miller, Williams, Groves
Front Row: Kimble, Costello, M. Cox, D. Edes, Caughren
This club is composed of library assistants. The officers for
the year are: Dorothy Miller, president, Mary Williams, vice presi-
dent, Melba Cox, secretary-treasurer, Nancy Costello, reporter,
The purpose of the club is to learn the fundamentals of librarian-
ship, the meetings are held monthly.
Library assistants must have certain character qualifications
such as intelligence, efficiency, and a pleasing personality. The
routines of the library are assigned to certain assistants. Dorothy
Miller, Melba Cox, and Patty Caughren take care of the overdue
books and fines, Mariorie Kimble has charge of the magazine
room, Mary Williams keeps our circulation data, Mary Almen,
Nancy Costello, Arlene Glass, and Eloise Groves carry on library
preparation, typing catalog cards and letters, and work at the cir-
culation desk. Dorothy Miller has had three years experience, Nancy Costello and Mary
Almen, two years, the remainder of the group are beginners. They will be the nucleus
of a good club for next year.
The Library Club not only serves the High School library, but those of the grade
schools as well. All the classifying, cataloging, and preparation of books for the three
libraries is carried on by the library assistants.
The Lebanon High School library has about l5OO volumes, including three sets of
up-to-date encyclopedias: "The Americana," "Compton's Pictured Encyclopedia, and
the "World Book,"
Our circulation date for this year is, January 754, February 796,
March 288, and April 725. This is an average circulation of 641 books per month.
Page 58 text:
. Back Row: Olshesky, Cole, Burian, Tuha
Sixth Row: McTimmonds, Smith, D. Groves, Arnold, Bush
Fifth Row: White, Freitag, Harris, Owens, Bowers, Mummert
Fourth Row: Joy, Arnold, Alley, Olsen, DeVinney, Povvell, Forbes, Davis
Third Row: Williams, Rowton, Keen, R. Bevan, F. Bevan, Campbell, Rose, Gray
Second Row: Wilson, Crawford, B. Decker, D. Alley, Mills, Nofziger, Davis, Bazer, Christian, Strange, Sylvester
Reid, Fitzwater, Cruise, Dahlenburg
Front Row: Simi, Dixon, Pesek, Johnson, V. Glass, Ames, Neavoll, Backman, Miller, M. Waddell, Fenner,
Slack, Schackrnan, Hamilton, Ray
The Home Ec Club enioyed a very successful year under the
able advisorship of our instructor, Mrs. Parham.
The meetings were held during the noon hour every two weeks.
At the first meeting of the year the following officers were elected:
Beth Decker, president, Jacqueline Simi, vice president, Ethel Nof-
ziger, secretary-treasurer, Patricia Christian, historian, and Mary
Williams, social advisor.
At the second meeting chili and salad were served. The
center pieces for the tables were pine boughs and Christmas angels.
At the close of the meeting Christmas carols were sung and a read-
ing was given by Barbara Smith. A good time was had by all.
BETH DECKER . . . .
p,eS,den, At the business meeting the fashion review was planned, and
it was decided to contribute the money made previously.
The theme of the fashion review this year was "The Old Woman in the Shoe." The
old woman was played by Delores Cox. The reader was Louise Alkio, Arden Keebler
gave the comments, and the welcome speech was given by Beth Decker. Two spring
numbers were sung by the sextette. One hundred and sixteen girls made and modeled
their gay spring tracks, formals, skirts and blouses, and colorful two piece suits.
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Back Row: Abbott, Houghton, Hamilton, Cox
Third Row: Henkle, Ackeret, Baldwin, J. T. Hamilton, Marvin
Second Row: Salvage, Barr, Moody, Fryrear, Fields, Logan, Johnson
Front Row: Alley, Elkins, Hewett, Fowler, Hobbs, Downing, Boca
Although not too active so far as parties, dances, plays and
other social activities are concerned the Lettermen's club was stiil
one of the most respected and looked-up-to organizations in the
high school. For as long as there are sports, athletes will be ad-
mired. There is only one qualification for entering this club and that
is that the person must be a winner of the coveted "L" of Lebanon
High. This year being a big year for Lebanon in the field of
sports, many new members were taken in, all of them athletes,
whether football, basketball, or baseball lettermen. Whether active
or not though, it means a great deal to a boy to be able to say
that he is a member of the Lettermen's club, and it means a great
Pmiden, deal to parents and others concerned. For not only does it signify
that the boy was a letterman, but also the fact that the boy has played on a team, and
whether a winning team or a losing one he has learned the meaning of teamwork. He
has learned that it takes ll men to play football, and five men to play basketball, and
that only through cooperation and working together are winning teams made. And
when he has learned this, he has achieved a great milestone in his career. That is why
as long as there is a Lettermen's club it will always be looked up to, and hold its own in
the top ranks of active organizations.
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