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to the wheel and make B. H. S. a winner. Let's show them that
we are backing our school to the limit. All together, let's boost
for Barron High! .
This is the first B. H. S. Book that has been issued since 1915.
Last year we had planned on getting out a book but on account
of the Flu the project had to be abandoned. -Early this year the
matter was again taken up and elections to the staff were made.
Various matters were discussed and plans made but actual work
did not begin until after the beginning of the second semester.
While the staff has put in many hours of hard thought and labor
on the book, we have enjoyed it and have tried to bring together
a book worthy of bearing the name of B. H. S.
We wish to take this opportunity to thank all of the students
for their advice and contributions. Also we extend our thanks
to the members of the faculty who have helped us in our work
and without whom this book would never have been realized.
We sincerely hope that sometime in the future you may have
pleasant memories of the days you spent in B. H. S. as you read
this book. If so, it fulfils its purpose.
Our High School days are nearly o'er,
These pleasures are for us no more.
With just a twinge of vain regret,
We wonder if we did credit
To those so deeply interested
ln all the things we ever did.
To mother, who, with all her prayer,
Has builded castles in the air.
While father with his manly pride,
Has watched us into manhood stride.
Our teachers, too, we all do thank,
For helping us by being frank.
Now as we say our fond farewells,
Our fancy on the future dwells.
By mother's prayers and father's pride
CAnd teacher's rules we did abidelg
They'll help us o'er the tide of life
When worth while things seem bot for strife.
BLANCHE RONEY, '20.
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TUITION PUPILS ,
THE number of tuition pupils attending Barron High.School
has increased greatly in the past few years. This year
ninety-seven of the one hundred sixty-three students enrolled are
from without the district. They come, for the most part, from
the territory adjacent to the city and from the southern and
western parts of the county in which there are no high schools.
With the advent of so many tuition pupils, conditions have arisen
which require careful consideration and study.
The increased attendance requires and to a large extent
makes' possible a wider range of election in the course of study
pursued. But' under present conditions, a proper diversification
is not possible, due to a lack of facilities for introducing the extra
courses. Our class rooms, as Well as the assembly, are filled to
overflowing at all times by the classes in courses now prescribed.
Our teaching staff is overloaded with work. Our laboratories are
crowded and the equipment in them is inadequate for careful
The solution of the problem seems, to us, best accomplished
by increasing the size of the High School building and by increas-
ing the teaching force. An addition will be necessary shortly at
all events and if we would serve the cause of educating our young
people well, the sooner our facilities are enlarged, the better work
can be done.
SCHOOL SPIRIT '
What is school spirit and what does it amount to? School
spirit is to our school what patriotism is to our country. This is
our school and it is a good one. We are willing to do anything to
increase the fame and reputation of the school. We want to get
behind it and make it a winner even if a small personal sacrifice
is necessary. That is true school spirit.
The support given our basket ball teams the past year by the
students has been pitifully poor. There was but little cheering
at the games and the little that was manifested was very feeble.
The same spirit was shown when we had mass meetings at the
schoolhouse. Only a few of our old standbys really got' in and
made a noise. The rest stood silent or nearly so.
Our representatives have shown up well in the various con-
tests this year and we'are proud of it. We have just as good or
even better prospects for next year. Let's all get our shoulder
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