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Page 13 text:
Our school life wasn't all work and no play. Along with the development
of our intellectual faculties, we were given an opportunity to have fun
on the side. Mixers and after-game dances were provided for our social
benefit and were usually well attended. Many clever programs were given
on the stage of the Dugout. Albert Edwards and Dol Hine represented
the freshman class by portraying a Sunday in the park-complete with
baby carriage and baby! Sports also provided an enjoyable outlet for
our unused energy. Baseball games at the park were a sell-out attraction
in warm weather. Basketball held our attention during the colder months.
Page 12 text:
Every year tl1e glee clubs, under
the direction of Miss Alina Mc-
Neal, produce an operetta. After
many nights of practice and nu-
merous sore throats from over-
exertion, they turn out something
of which the school may be proud.
This year they gave MI-I.M.S. Pina-
forew as their work of art. Theirs
is a truly worth-while contribution
to the cultural growth of L.H.S.
Class parties are events eagerly awaited by ev-
eryone each year. These affairs are elaborate
student-planned parties for which each seventh
grader as well as senior puts on his best bib and
tucker, calls for his best girl and trips gaily off
to the Dugout, gym or other such destination for
an evening's merry-making with his fellow class-
men. The lucky seniors have a dinner party every
year, but from all appearances the juniors had a
very gay time at their '4Evening in Hawaii" party.
Each Christmas the Sunshine
Society sponsors an annual doll
sale to raise money for charitable
projects. The Sunshine girls form
groups and sew for dolls to be sold
at the doll sale. Prizes are given
for the doll that is judged best.
Freshmen, as well as seniors, look
forward to this affair as one of the
most outstanding events of the
Page 14 text:
Mary Lou Dodd, Steve Smith,
Herbert Jones, and Huldah
Slagle perform Hag-raising cere-
mony between basketball games.
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The different War activities in which every patriotic L.H.S. student par-
ticipated made 1943 just a little different from other years. The flag-
raising ceremony at the basketball games was even more impressive than
it had been before. MThe Star Spangled Banner" struck a responsive
note in the heart of every person as he Watched the Stars and Stripes
slowly ascending. We were glad to give up a few cokes in order to buy
our Weekly quota of war bonds and stamps from the Boosters each Wednes-
day. We contributed Whole-heartedly to the key drive for scrap metal and
brought pots and pans to get into the Dugout during the scrap metal drive.
We enjoyed learning how to be calm in accident emergencies in our
hour of first aid instruction every week. Many of the girls spent part of
each Saturday rolling bandages for the Red Cross. These and many other
things made our year a Worth while one. The cooperation shown by the
student body in supporting War activities makes us proud to say that we
were a part of L.H.S.
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