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HARD WORK AND FUN
Noon-time also brings trips to the Dairy
Queen, weather permitting, dancing in the
grid-room and those unfinished conversations.
Then it was time for the afternoon classes to be-
gin. To the students the afternoon classes
always seemed the longest and the most tiring.
By the last period of the day everyone seems
to have an unwillingness for cooperation and
On the average of two days a week, at
3:15, the activity bell would rina for Activity
The senior girls pose for one of their many practical
jokes they pulled during their last year of high school.
Period. After making the decision of which
meeting to attend you hurried to a meeting
that sometimes was successful. Then at 3:29
the day was supposed to come to an end but for
many it had only begun. The boys who par-
ticipated in sports had to practice, the Tom Tom
staff had to work, the energetic band students
practiced and there were many clubs which met
later on in the evening. After these late meet-
ings DHS was put to bed for the night only to
have the same rush begin the next moming.
The juniors worked hard during the year at the junior
stand to earn money for the annual Junior-Senior Re-