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Page 68 text:
BILLY ANN HOEFT
JOAN VOEGELEIN SHIRLEY CRANDALL
Queen Billie Ann I and her court of six
princesses ruled the i946 May Day festivi-
ties of Lebanon High held on May lO.
The day was in honor of our guests,
the eighth grade students from rural dis-
tricts. A general assembly was held to
start the day's events, with two one--act
plays being given and some group singing
highlighting the program. At the close of
the assembly the students moved outside to
watch the tug of war between classes. To
climax an enioyable morning there was a
picnic lunch on the campus with each class
providing luncheon items.
Coronation ceremonies were held in the
afternoon with vocal and instrumental
groups performing. There was a maypole
dance with a baseball game following the
coronation ceremonies to end the afternoon.
Page 67 text:
Buck Row: Hagvman, Blount, Samuels, D+1Vinnr-y, M. Sinclair
Second Row: Honsell, Judd, Z. Sinclair, Scott, Spires, Fisher
Front Row: Pepperling, Costello, Tliomas, Clark, Glass, Edes, Suing
Pozietleec 'a Elan!
The newly formed Paletteer's Club of Lebanon was inspired by
a club of the same name from Eugene High school, Eugene, Ore-
gon. lt is the plan of Eugene's Paletteer's Club to help organize
these art clubs throughout the high schools of the state of Oregon.
The purpose of the club is to provide the school organizations
with facilities, advice and help for advertising and decorating for
dances, parties and banquets, which will be handled by people
capable of the work.
A uniform list of rates to be charged for such protects is being
prepared and will be put into effect next year. The money earned
in this manner will cover materials and time, also it will provide
pwsiden, club members with a fund which will be devoted to help pay ex-
penses for tours which are planned to art museums and exhibits in Portland and
The individual members will profit from the many types of arts and crafts which
each may choose and follow, Such new projects as sketching tours, instructions in oil
and watercolor painting, and sketching from models will be taught by the advisor, Miss
Pins will be awarded to those members earning fifty hours or more. Hours may
be earned by making signs or posters, decorating for dances and other types of art
work made for school or outside organizations. The pins will be tiny gold palettes with
three imprinted brushes and a guard consisting of the letter "L" for Lebanon.
Page 69 text:
Bock Row: Kou, FriTz, Esmond, Gorman
Second Row: Housen, Beach, Borfels, Smyth, Magee, C. Decker
Tron? Row: GQHPTT, Conner, Tviilk-i, Snyder, LOTT, Kambak, Laidlaw
employed in ci Tull
facade and Wzdaatzq
The Trade and lndusTry closs, olThough comparaTively new in
Lebciaor Tfgh S l.col has enioyed one oT The most successful years
of any club. This club, commonly called The T. 81 I. club, is one of
time most active clrhs in school. TT was sTarTed Two years ago, when
ocsiresses and iiicicsTi'ies in The area become aware of a Terrific
rrianpcvvci' shosicige, and The only answer seemed To lie in The pai'T
Time hiring of h.gi1 s.hool sTLdenTs, In order To become a member
of This organizmion one must work UT leasT T5 hours on a iob.
Among The odvanTages of This sysfem is The TQCT ThaT on mosT jobs
iT enabies you To hire ouT os on apprenTice, ond aTTer working a
cerToin length of Time you become a skilled Tradesmon. The pro-
gram is open To girls as vveii as boys so ThaT everyone in high school
Time or a porT Time iob derives henefits from The program. The
program is under The capable direcTion of Mr. Dodds who works os coordinaTor in
This urea. Not only ore you placed on The iob oT your choosing when youn enTer The
program you also spend one hour a doy in class, sTudying your parTicuiar vocc1Tion,
geTTing oi TheoreTicol as well os a pracficol vievv, ond learning various oTher necessities
That will be more opT To make you o success in The indusTrial cind business world.
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