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Page 106 text:
started homeward, but not without '5
ings with Margaret Downing, and
great favorite was so soon to dj:
J unior Social Notes.
One night about forty jolly Juniors were delight- J .
fullv packed away in a car, bound far St. Joseph,
w'liere, 0n the beach, they contentedly roasted thelr
marshmallows in a roaring lire, after which they told
stories aml sang songs. Not contented with this, the
next week saw them, one moonlight night, proceed-
ing to Higman Park 011 a hay rack. After having
One evening 'last fall, the Au;
Plain was the scene of the famous
membered Junior llVVablblefl T'he mi
of the purpose of the entertainment
of their being numerous Junior '7
all the marshmallows they could eat, all, including the
Cliapemnes. Miss Green and Miss Whitney, renewed
their childhood by playing such good old games as
llRun Sheep Run? and iiNew York? At a late hour
the fatigued yet happy crowd drove into town, rend-
ing the skies with lusty high school yells.
uWhy was it there were no spooky ghosts
abroad last night, waiting behind every tree to grab
you?" queried a number of Benton Harbor citizens,
wmuleringly, yet with satisfaction, the day after Hal-
loweien. "Oh, that was just because so many of
the Juniors were out that night, of course? They
were going to a party which Miss Mary Uptorfs gen-
erous hospitality had made possible for them, in hon-
or of Margaret Downing, who was so soon to leave
the city. During the course of the evening, many ex-
cited and anxious young people learned their fates
from a wise old gipsy fortune teller, Only a few being
destined to die young. Many games were enjoyed,
after which two members of the class were solemnly
antl happily married by Father Montford. After de-
hcmus refreshments were served. the happy bunch
following receptions was averted, ti;
faction 0f all, and especially to those;-
Many timid little Freshmen
co.med at the door of Robinson hal '1
the Juniors. As the novelty of the 7,.
the fluttering hearts Olf the little n;
and happy, and everyone, includia
0f the faculty, nearly all of. whom
joyed himself thoroughly in the d:
The happiest :and perhaps moi?
social functions 0f the Juniors wash
party, given at Robinson Hall Janu
great many gallant young ladies
friends thither, yet, in the dancing I
hall was not too crowded-just 06'le
through it on care-free wings. t '
spirit 0f the occasion, even Fred if
spell. Nothing happened to mar 1:;
morning came all too soon for
'I."d.K'.la, ' E: a . M -
Page 105 text:
.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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