“The ‘Schools-at-War flag,’” also known as a Service Flag, “was earned for having more than 90 percent of the students participating regularly in the war savings program.”
Nationally, just as at OHS, the Victory Corps program was extremely popular during the two years of its existence.
On Monday: Our local life and times in January 1974.
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