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Page 47 text:
At the Holly Springs Carnival the 9th and 10th grades put on a
play which everyone enjoyed. It was called "I-Ierbies First Date"
The characters were:
Kay Sanders- -
Jack Bradly- -
judy Andrew- -
Esthe r Diet rech
We also gave a playet in two scenes'called "Why some Folks
Leave Home and Others Stay".
The characters were: fin the first act,
Mrs. Doe -------- - -------- - - -Amy Zortman
Mr. Doe ------- - - ------ - -
Mary Doe ---.- - -
Bill Doe .--.... - -
For the Second act:
Mrs. Doe - - -
Mr. Doe ----
Mary Doe -. - -
Bill Doe - - - ------------------- Edward Weber
The first Doe family are crabby and forget to celebrate Mr. Doe s
birthday. The second family is in a pleasant mood and plans a surprise
party for him.
During the interlude Dick Pixler gave a monologue on "Ladies and
How to Improve Them" everyone enjoyed this, especially the men.
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' In the fall of 1945, the community of Holly Springs started hav-
int their monthly gatherings.
The first one was held Sept. 1945 it was a reception for the teachers.
After the program lunch was se rved. Everyone had brought either cake
or cookies, and the committee served coffee. lt was a real success.
The community meetings have continued since then,
Every year we have.an amatuer contest. Anyone in the community
can enter. They pass a hat for prizes for the winners.
During the years 1947 and 1948 the band played at most of the
Every year a meeting is set aside for the annual Christmas program
put on by the grades.
There is one month set aside for a "ladies' night." And one set
aside for a "men's night."
There is also one month in the fall for the annual carnival.
The last community meeting of the school year is always the annual
The community meetings have helped the community and have been
a real success.
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