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Page 15 text:
Patriotic students buy
war bonds and stamps from
the Boosters Club.
Phyllis McCord hands
awards to Winners in the
key drive for scrap metal.
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dents in the finer points of
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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.
Page 16 text:
We went to school to study-to learn something that would be of use
to us in later life. Here in the classrooms of L.H.S. students learned the
fundamentals of radio electricity and home economics. struggled with the
intricacies of algebra. and burned the midnight oil over tl1e mysteries
of chemistry. Every possible device was here to make the study program
a Well-rounded education for anyone who wanted to take advantage of
it. Not very many failed to make the most of the opportunity.
Yes, we've done our share of griping about long assignments and mut-
tering under our breath about this teacher a11d that one, but when we
look back in later years. Weill realize that L.H.S. was a pretty good place
to be. Not every school offers such a Wide variety of study material. Not
every school offers the opportunities which we took so much for granted.
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