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Early in the second semester, the Beta Club initiated the following
141, N. Wisdom, M. Waters,D. Warren, H. Turnbow, Sowell,C. Perry,
A. Patton, M. Kemper, C. Johnston, Hoernig, Hodge, J. Graves, Gar-
ner, Galloway, G. Danial, V. Crowder, S. Crews, and M. Chambers.
New Science Club members were: Blair, S. Crews,Galloway,Garner,
Littrell, G. Robertson, I. Robinson, and H. Turnbow. New Projectors'
Club members were, B, Chambers, Crawford, Dillion, Ells, K. Ezell,
M. Graves,T. Hudson, R. Lohorn, McRee, N. Truitt, H. Turnbow, and
Seniors taking part in WDXE Day on Feb. 16 were: Rayfield, B.
Harris, Evers, B. Brewer, Mattox, Brian, Ken Hubbard, Perry, E. Crews,
Downey, Sandusky, Hodge, Remke, Rawdon, B. Springer, Joe Owens,
Scoggin, Durham, Kerstein, W. B. Smith, and Beckham.
I. Sandusky, J. A1ford,G. Rayfield, J. Douglass, and Mr. Crews at-
tended the State Beta Club Convention in Nashville late in March.
The D, E.Club was host to the District D. E. Convention on March 18,
Bill Graves, representing Middle Tennessee, and Miss Old attended the
National D, E. Convention in Kansas late in April. At the State F.H.A.
Conventionnattended by several from L.C.H,S., Gail Denson received
the State F.H.A. Degree,the first L.C.H.S.student ever to do so. Those
receiving Chapter F.H.A. Degrees this year were, Mathis, A. White,
A. Patton, N. Patton,J. Llndsey,J. Brink, Helton, and J. Crews. Eloise
Crews, Miss Norton, and Mrs. Willis appeared on a Saturday morning
household program at WSM. J, B, Perry and Mr. Odeneal were among
those attending the State F.F,A Convention, also teams under their
leadership went out to demonstrate F.F.A. work to the eighth graders
in the county.
Of five senior plays, the first was The Juke Box 171, which was
given late in March under sponsorship of the Beta Club and repeated
under that of the D. E. Club and a local sorority, the cast included:
Graves, Rawdon, O. Freeman, E. Freeman, E. Crews, Rainey, T.
Springer, Kimble, Pierce, T. Robertson, Holt, Troup, Murdock, Lay,
and B. L, Osborne. The cast of Twelve Old Maids 15j, given April
l, included: Blasingim, D. Crews, Shaffer, Prince, Gobbell, Frazier,
Kerstein, Long, Rohling, Joe Owens, D, Belew, Wallin, V. Bishop,
Jackson, and Mr. Crews. Dora Dean was presented on April 8 and
again on Arfil 10, Aunt Billie from Texas was given on April 16.
Autograph Ann 16j, the first play to be staged in the new gym, was
presented April 23, its east including: Jack Owens, B. Harris, Doug-
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lass, Brian, Gray, W. B. Smith, Hall, C. Jones, Mattox, Evers, Penn-
ington, Holland, Tice, Marston, Gresham, L. Clayton, Spurgeon,
Clifton,and Rochelle. Between acts of this play, Miss Helton awarded
prizes to the winners of the Science Exhibit held April 8 121, B.
Springer, Whitehead, Ellis, Crowder, M. Markus, and B. Lawrence,Mr.
Crews also presented special senior awards 13y to, Springer, Valed.,
Perry, Treas., Beckham, Salut., Rayfield, V.-Pres., Nelson, Library,
Cunningham, English, Markus, History, Brewer, Pres., Evers, Sec. and
Commercial, 1Denson, H.Ec., not shownl.
On Tuesday, April 15, L.C.H.S. was represented at the County
Government Day observance by: Hood, Hester, D. Berryhill, E. Staggs,
T. Killen, K. Marston, G. Rayfield, and Evers. On the following day,
the seniors went by automobile to Shiloh 181 for their traditional half-
holiday and on Friday of that week, the Band went by Greyhound bus
to Shelbyville to observe the Band Contest. On April 26, the seniors
went by bus to Memphis for the day 113, one member of the class
found such good grazing at the zoo that he decided to stayl On the
same day,A. Patton and M. Chambers represented the Wildcat Staff
at the 'Nashville Banner Contest.
The annual staff is sorry that the 1952 Law-Co-Hi contains some
errors that were beyond its control. It regrets that ,lack's and loe's
pictures were reversed, that Richard's name was misspelled, that the
names of the Most Popular and Most Athletic Seniors were reversed,
and that the United Nations emblem was printed upside down.
Say, did you see Mr. Coffman's eyes shining when the student body
presented him with his table radio as a parting gift? And did you see
him proudly telling time by the watch the faculty gave him? ln be-
half ofthe student body, the Law-Co-Hi ' Staff bids Mr. Coffman
Good-bye and wishes him Good Luck in his new position.
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