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Senior Social Notes.
The hrst social gathering 0f the Seniors was a
supper on the beach at St. Joseph, Friday evenmg,
September twentieth. Nearly every member of the
class. ehnperoned by Miss XVhitney, left on the flve
rfeloek ear fur the beach. The girls furnished the
supper and the hays the watermelon and car fare.
Such :1 supper as we had, there 011 the beach just as
the sun szmk in its glory and the water gently lapped
the shnre. Later. after the Ere died out and the stars
and mmm shed their mellow light over the happy
party. games and story telling were enjoyed. Thus
ended our supper at Silver Beach, so different from
On the night of October second the Seniors,
chzlpermml by Miss Bowen, drove to Higman Park
in Mr. Haas large earry-all. A Ere was built 0f drift-
wnml picked up along the shore and our two boxes
nf marslnnnllnw's were soon disposed of. TTPOxm-pom-
puH-nwzly" and other interesting games were indulged
in. after which we drove hack to town through the
mud and over the bumps.
Our next zmd most unique social meeting of the
year was held at the Fair Plain Auditorium, Novem-
her fifth. It was an old-fashioned husking bee. Sides
were ehusen. and placed along two long rows of corn
fodder. The girls were sunbonneti
boys blue jeans and bandannas. A 1
was awarded the winning side. Aft;
the Seniors went to the large dining?"
a typical colonial dinner was served.
actually grouaned under the bountesf
fashioned games and dances follow
we boarded the last car for home. '
Clayton Bowden, Fred Carter, f1:
Chester Houghton, Vernon Crow
Gowan entertained the faculty and",
inson Hall, Friday night, Deeembr?
were enjoyed and dancing was calm?
lightful music of the Haynes otrehe
wafers were served. The guests
declaring the evening to. have been a I? 1
The Senior leap year and watc
at Robinson Hall. The girls fulfill,
with as much success as could be
times the programs became a liar
1Tstung'1, would resound through the
wall-Hower saw his partner glide a
else. The Haynes orchestra furnish;
sic, and light refreshments were
evening. As the blowing of whist1
bells welcomed the New Year Mr.
the Class of 1908 concerning New 1
An hour later the happy party diSrE
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.a.ry eleventh, the Seniors
3- sleigh-ride, driving around
m1 then stopping at the Bel-
Supper, Ned Anderson, Har-
knap acted as hosts, and un-
ement the remainder of the
l'lay. After departing, a few
owever, could not resist the
Heating down from Robin-
dignified name of llButtin-
"11d Helen Harris entertained
riday evening, January sev-
f' , program was rendered by
,3; at which games and refresh-
.Eed-the Sophomore class at
evening, February eleventh.
short program was enjoyed
., after which dancing was
orchestra furnished music.
Wed during the course of
fcould only have foretold
Watson and Daisy Kelley
aga eghtful evening they had
he Kelley home. As it
was, only twelve members braved the storm and en-
Joyed the1r' delightful hospitality.
The Seniors will not soon forget the evenings
fun that Leda Granger gave at her home, the clay of
the teachers institute. The long ride through the
beautiful country, the welcome at Leda's, the good
supper, the games afterwards, and the ride home with
a full moon-vthese are some of the happy memories
of B. H. High clays.
Eva Pearl and Zora Inman sustained their repu-
tation as hostesses when they entertained the class at
the home of the former. Many clever games had
been provided and all had a delightful time. The
girls especially enjoyed bidding for shadow: partners
for the delicious refreshments served by the hostesses.
The new gymnasnnn was a te1npt1ng place for a
feast. The Senior class had many times longed for
a Class supper. The time was opportune and so the
Senior Class, to the envy of all others, dined together
in the new gymnasium, Friday night, April twentyv
fourth. The warm supper was delicious and heartily
enjoyed by all. eAfterwards out-door games were
The Seniors entertained the Juniors and faculty
at a reception T uesday, May flfth. The evening was
spent in dancing. Music was furnished by the Haynes-
Bvers orchestra. Light refreshments were served.
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