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Page 38 text:
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JESSIE HELEN RUSSELL.
uShe was a scholar, and a ripe, good one.
HORACE MADISON EASTON.
Waxn honest, willing, kind, good-henrted
Page 37 text:
The Freshmen of September, 1903, were not the
timid, bashful little creatures of which you often hear.
They entered high school with a deep sense of duty,
and a strong determination to win.
The class was organized as Freshmen about the
middle of. September, choosing Daisy Kelley as presi-
dent; Harry young as Vice-president; Robert Belknap
as secretary, and Harvey Lowe as treasurer. During
the hrst few months of Freshman life the class won
social distinction and admiration for their originality.
Many were the social gatherings that brought each
member of the class into closer friendship and made
each feel proud to think that he was a part of so
delightful an organization.
When the class returned the next fall as Sopho-
mores, many members were found to be missing and
i a few new ones occupied their places. Leon Hill was
chosen president; Louise Hogue, Vice-president; Daisy
. Kelley, secretary, and J. B. Bishop, treasurer. During
" this year the social events were even more numerous '
than the year before, more Class enthusiasm was man-
' ifested and more hard work accomplished. The Soph-
1 omore class were singled out as being one after which
to pattern. The Senior class were proud to claim
guardianship over them and referred to them as be-
ing llexceedingly bright and orderly? This year the
class won the debating championship of the school.
i he class was represented in football, baisket-ball,
rack and base-ball by Leon Hill, J. B. Bishop, James
Dewey, Guy Moats, Harry Young, Wrill Bastar and
Upon their return as Juniors many more were
found to be missing, still the Class numbered lifty- wo.
Louise Hogue was Chosen president; Claron Mark-
ham, Vioe-president; Jessie Russell, secretary, and
Emmett Taylor,, treasurer. A united and energetic
spirit was manifested throughout the year. Besides,
the many social functions, many difficult undertak-
ings were accomplished during the year. The boys
again won honors in the athletic field, this being the
year that Benton Harbor won the foot-ball Champion-
ship of the state. Again the Class of 1908 won the
inter-Class debating championship, and Harry Young
won glory in the oratorical line.
As the Seniors of 1908 assembled in the new
high school building it was with a tinge of pride, for
they felt that the under classes, although they did not
wish to make an open acknowledgment of the fact,
revered and respected them. Emmett Taylor was cho-
sen president; Daisy Kelley, Vice-president; Eva Pearl,
secretary, and Ralph Cunningham, treasurer. Things
now assumed a more serious aspect. Hitherto all had
lived happily together scarcely once thinking that
there would come a parting of ways and each would
take his path. With the realization of the fact that
there were but a few more months of high school life
for the Seniors, they put forth every effort to make
the year 1908 shine out as a beacon light in B. H.
High history. The annual is the written record of
the year, and by that they must be judged.
-L. H., t08.
Page 39 text:
VERNON E. CROW.
A proper man as anyone shall see in a
MARY LOUISE HOGUE.
WA maid of grace, and complete majesty. "
HAZEL MARY WATSON.
For softness she, and sweet attractive
FRED LOSSING CARTER.
Speech of a man s self, ought to be
seldom and well-chosen."
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