How well I recall those innocent 1940's and 50's! The girls wore dresses, skirts and blouses, the boys wore shirts and neckties, and the teachers wore dresses, skirts and blouses, while their male counterparts wore a suit. There were no tie-dyed jeans, no bare feet peeking out of flip flops, and a self imposed dress code. Were you to have attended that "Peggy and the Pirates" operetta back in 1952, you would have seen all of the audience also dressed as described above. Wouldn't it be a delightful experiment to bring back some of those great old Gilbert & Sullivan, Rudolph Friml, Jerome Kern etc. operettas and expose our present generation to a bit of high school musical history? Dream on, Glover! Those simple and less complicated years are no more.