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Page 47 text:
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, JAMES HARVEY DEWEY.
l"Ilo be manly is the greatest charm of
NELLIE LOUISE PERKINS.
"Those graceful acts,
Those thousand decencies, that daily flow
From all her words and actions."
FLORA BELLE MILLER.
llA silent naturFa rare thing in woman. "
llHe could rate, debate, and orate;
In all three he was greatfl
Page 46 text:
Lur'm MAY HATHEWAY. LU EMILY HESS.
Without unspotted, innocent within,
She feared no danger, for she knew no
Fhe laborer is worthy of his rewardf,
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i. M. RIMH- ANNA GERTRUDE AGENS.
i' . n so
The men of few words are the best men." She 18 of so free, so klnd, so apt,
blessed a disposition. '
Page 48 text:
SENIOR CLASS SONGS.
T111119: Klnlly Students."
You m:n' talk ahnut your Classes,
Your .mught-sex'eu :md naught-nine,
.Mul all the other different ones
That enme just down the line:
Xnught-eig'ht is surely in it.
,Xml we think you'll all agree
IIK' hemuse wore most important
'l'hzzt'x' the rezlmu. rlnu't you see?
I'Mr ue :H'e Seniors, Seniors. of our B. H. High
our II. II. High:
Our enlurs. they are green and white.
lVe low the Orange zmrl Black of our old B. H.
High. Rah? Rah? Rah!
ll'e're the Hues who do what's right.
lust Iltiuk :1lu Iut our athletes.
We think they'll till the hill.
'llhere'e Dewey, Murlts and funny.
Xl'ith the other. .tlluhhles Hill?
lVe're prowl of our thllIltCTS
Who are Kelley. Wells and Young,
Xlzmy are the X'lClHl'lCS
That they for us have won.
'llmu': HSehnml DZIVS.H
Here we Ill'tf now :18 Sen'lOTS.
Here stnmls the Senior Class,
Mul :18 we leave our old B. H. High.
Wetre thinking of the past;
Of the good times that we,ve had there,
And the long lessons we,ve learned.
So we hope the rest will do likewise
Since theylve seen what we have earned.
School days, school days,
Good old B. Ho. High days,
Dances and ball-games have passed away,
W ho is there here now, who cannot say
They were the best welve ever had
They were the times when we were bad:
When we ate our fudge in the new llChem. Lab."
When we were just High-school kids.
Member the new High-school building
And the doors always locked in the hall,
There,s where we practiced the barn dance,
And got ready for Friday nighfs ball;
tMember the old eighth-grade stairway.
Out there we all used tohike
To go down and Visit the bakery
Which was a short way down the pike.
Good-b-ye t0 Freshies and Sophomores,
As. yet you all are young.
Just a few years more study,
And the time for you will come;
llSo long, to Juniors also,
For you wetve set the pace.
Do it as well as we,ve done,
For you must take our place.
Chorus: -E. T. ,08.
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