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The Paleteer's Club although newly organized is more active than it was during
the first year. The membership ranks have grown too, with 22 members and five associ-
Early in T947 the club members and their friends made a trip to Portland to see
the Scholastics Art Awards Contest exhibit at Meier and Frank and visit the Portland
Art Museum. About 43 students enioyed this opportunity. Art Club members went
During the last three months of school the club has had an art store protect where
they sold plastic cord and later, plaster-paris plagues. The store manager was Bud
Goold who had as his assistant Norma E-odtlqe, the club president. The club also plans
to sell plastic cord bracelets and painted plaques at the Strawberry Fair.
About the middle of lvlay the High School Mother's Club joined with the club mem-
bers in giving a silver tea in order to show their wares.
Next fall the Paleteers plan their costume ball which they hope to have early in
the season, The club officers for this year are: Norma Bodtke, presidentg Bud Goold,
vice president, Claire Reeder, secretary, and Molly Copeland, treasurer,
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Bcih Raw Downing, Gallagher, Pierce, Harti, D, Miles l-iosrvtler, Fryrsiir, VVh-te, Scioggin
Tnira Row, 9. Osterrnan, B. M.les tv-rron. VVem.e l-iunt, Cox, Gill, Hciughton, lliiizly, Juni
Second Row- Bucci, Christeiisvii, fTliristiun, Siiinltiir, Moyniliiin, Bevan, Cciilsan Howe Cir-ciitry Kiiinliiilk
Front Row- Kimble, Dorothy Nt-ustel, Baird, Doris Neustel S. Simons, Maflennon R Downing, film,
Hewett Sun. Bevan, l?-few-5, Russ.-ll
Skiing conditions being excellent this season, the Lebonski
Club enioyed the most successful year experienced by the club
Under the capable leadership of Lewis Clark, head adviser,
and Mr. Rochester, assistant, the club made several trips to
l-loo'Doo Ski Bowl, had a skating party, and had a picnic at
Silver Creek Falls.
Officers for the club are now elected toward the end of the
year according to the by-laws ot the new constitution.
The officers for the club are: President, Bob Downing, vice
president, Martel Scroggin, secretary, Doris Neustel, treasurer,
Dorothy Neustel. '
The club has a membership ot fifty students this year, and
voting determines who is to be a member ot the club. The school has furnished all
transportation for the club.
Financial problems have never worried the club, which has a balance ol 576.66 on
hand at the present time, This money was obtained by admission tees of Sl.5O per
member, and by a bingo booth sponsored by the club at the school carnival that
The club originated tour years ago,-when a few ski enthusiasts got together and
formed the club. lt seems now, that instead of iust having a few ski enthusiasts, the
club has more than it can manage. This is due to the fact that skiing is now the favorite
winter sport of the world.
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Ray, Campbell, Mastenbrook, Gorman
The Lebanon Union High School Visual Education Proiector Operators Group was
organized in the early part of October, under the supervision of Mr. Neuman, in re-
sponse to the request of the school administration.
Three seniors and three iuniors were selected from a group of twenty-five candie
dates. They include: Dick Gallagher, Bob Henkle, Roy Campbell, Jerry Ray, Donald
Gorman and Harlan Mastenbrook Dean Johnson was placed on the substitute list
and his duties were to operate the machines if none of the other members were avail-
It is to become an established rule that each year three new members be selected
from the student body to replace those operators that have graduated from school.
During the school year a total of 50 different sound motion pictures have been pro-
jected to the various classes. Such interesting films as "Mutiny on the Bounty," "Good
Earth," "Gray's Elegy," and "Romeo and Juliet," were shown.
Pictures were ordered for every department in school with the exception of the
ln order to become an eligible of this group the individuals must guarantee that
they will be present for every instruction meeting called by their advisor. A single un'
excused absence will automatically drop the individual from the group of operators
and a substitution made to fill the vacancy. This organization is strictly for seniors and
iuniors who qualify or prove themselves to be worthy of the position.
Special care is taken during the first few instruction meetings to emphasize the
importance of taking the utmost care of the machine which they are entrusted to oper-
ate. The machine itself in particular the sound movie proiectori must be handled with
care at all times. Any individual who is found to be careless is immediately discharged
from his duties.
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