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GROUPS My old faithful typ writ r works gr at, xc pt for on k y. That ' s interesting, becaus it s ms that on littl k y wouldn ' t mak too much diff r nce. . . but it do s! And it ' s the sam way with clubs; v ry m mb r is v ry important. And wh n v ryon works tog th r, th y can mak a r ally good club. (Adapted) The various organizations within LHS have worked very hard this year, holding meetings and making presentations to the student body. Each active club member is to be congratulated on good work and fine results. Youth-In-Government Participants Business Contestants Model United Nations Participants Choir Varsity Club Chess Club Science Club Spanish Club French Club Creative Writing Club Debate Club Forensics Future Business Leaders of America Future Teachers of America Future Flomemakers of America Future Farmers of America Y Clubs Student Cooperative Association Newspaper Staff Annual Staff National Honor Society YOUTH-IN-GOVERNMENT PARTICIPANTS: 1st row: D. Tackett, B. Roman, W. Burrell, B. Kiser. 2nd row: D. Anderson, B. Farmer, B. Rose, R. Statzer, K. VanDyke. 3rd row: R. Blankenship, D. Owens, I. Dye, K. Gilmer. 4th row: R. Thompson, P. Powers, F. Jessee, S. Parrott. 87
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Throughout the year, outstanding students have earned and received recognition for various activities. Lora Carr, among many other activities, partici- pated in the Patrick Henry Bicentennial Oratorical Contest. She won at the district and regional levels and will compete at state this summer. Judy Fogleman, school reporter This year, several members of the 10th grade class were chosen as " Outstanding Sophomores. " Sheila Cox and Ava Yates were two of the three, and the most outstanding member of the sophomore class was said to be Lora Carr (pictured at top right). 86
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BUSINESS CONTESTANTS L. Sword, C. Jessee, D. Owens, D. Boardwine, S. Smith, S. Osborne, J. Jessee, J. Waugh, D. Tackett. Some of the more productive business students of L. H.S. went to SVCC to partici- pate in the annual business contest this spring. They competed with top first and second year students from many of the area schools in fields such as filing, typewriting, and shorthand. Sherry Wagner (right) won second place in the filing competition. 88
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