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54 THE WARRIOR
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Vocational Agriculture Club
ln looking back over the year's work, a number of good things come to mind.
With the largest attendance in the history of this department and a more mature
student body than heretofore, there has been an earnestness of purpose which has
made possible the accomplishment of a great deal of excellent work. Th new type
of vocational work offered by this department has evidently had its appeal, and the
majority of the boys taking the course are enthusiastic over it.
We are satisfied to know that the patrons as well as the students who belong
to this worthy "Ag Club," have enjoyed some of the greatest times in attending
the Hrip roaring" meetings of the "Ag Club."
lt has been stated before that when we are dealing with agriculture we are deal'
ing with the real fundamentals of life. The soil is the birth of the nation and our
t'Ag Club" has made this statement known throughout the vicinity of Lebanon.
Who did the work on the athletic field? That shows that we did and are interested
in old L. H. S. XVho built the new farm shop? The 'fAg Club." Who put the
lockers together so that our great athletic teams could comfort themselves while dres-
sing for their battles? The "Ag Club." l tell you again we are interested in old
L. H. S. lf anything was to be done in the line of manual work Mr. Pepper would
always call on the "Ag Club" because he knew that we have a reputation of being
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THE WARRIOR 53
HONIL1 HEC." CfI.l,7l'i
Home "EC" Party
On Thursday evening March the l9th, the Home "Ecu club staged a very
snappy and successful party at the home of Mrs. Rycraft, the cluh's adviser. The
committee in charge had planned some clever guesssing games for which prizes were
offered. These contests were enjoyed by everyone as was thc music that was heard
during the evening. The games of Rook and Pit furnished a great deal of fun for
some, While others popped corn and toasted marshmallows.
Ar the right hour Uscrumptious eats" were served and the girls left. hoping that
other such parties would be held during the remainder of the school year.
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