Benton Harbor High School - Greybric Yearbook (Benton Harbor, MI)

 - Class of 1908

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Page 71 text:

President's Address. sentiment nf the Class of 1008 is well ex- pI'L. PV' an: I hel : ' Ha" sch men A ,vict' and when we say that we are pmud today- 'ecanse we have surmuunted the many dith- 111at have heset us on nnr way through school. , prnml nf uur teachers and friends who have us in keeping up the standard of our 3enton Hteh SChmtl. :4 sweet tn nnte that the twelve lung years of etc have at last been cmwned with achieve- Lnat the lung struggle has Finally ended in a But it is alsn sad. to think that the cmnrades seznpaniuns n1. that struggle are meeting now 01' Ijitt few last times In hid farewell to one another ,2 d tn break rudely the ties which hind them close ogethett Our system of educatinn was nut established in , e year. mm in ten years: but its growth has been e of lmng duration. As far back as 1876, six stu- ' ts graduated from 0111' high school. and three I'S later four students graduated. Thus as the rs have passed the number of students has in- sed, and so now we stand a forty-student class. us hope that our education will not cease now, that in the future we shall represent our "1 at higher institutimts of learning. An ed- ion is as a variable approaching a constant, ilever quite reachingr it. A complete character IS entirely acquired, but it is a satisfaction to V? that by each step higher we lessen the distance f. Now only a part of our education is completed. We have gone only a short way on 0111' journey. As a great l'IVCI' gathers its particles at different sources and carries them farther along, dropping them per- haps. when its banks overflow, so our class Obtained its origin. and as the years have gone by, different members have fallen from our ranks, attracted no doubt by outside interests, but a good share have pssed on through high school. Here some may lin- ger. but it is tO- be hoped that the majority will pass on to the higher inheritance of learning. There are times in everyone's life that stand out pre-eminent among the rest; times when he made many friends and had many associates; times that he loves to look back upon and live over again in mem- ory: times he never thinks of without regretting that they are past. The aim of our class is well expressed in the motto, t'Be and D03, Just two words. yet hOtW much they signify. They mean to live a good, kind, loving life, and at the same time have a purpose and aim. Then. bearing these ideas in mind, carry them out. Live not alone for yourself, but serve others and be of help to them. SO, as we, the Class Of 1908, look back upon our four happy years of high school life and think 0f our parting-dperhaps f0rever--fr0m our dear frlends we have made here, we scarcely know whether to be happy or sad. But as we leave one another, let 1t be With the hope that the Benton Harbor ngh School may have still further cause to be proud of the Class of 1908.

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ADELPHI LITERARY SOCIETY OFFICERS INT S 3ND Icm-zx'rrznml. B. Bimup. President. H LIVUiSt' HUJQUC. H Harry Perkins, Vice-President Carroll Mills u H J essie Vawter, Secggtary J essie Vawter ! J ames Dewey, Treagurer Horace Easton,



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Class Day Program. b Old Class Song. Salutatory Class History Vocal Solo Class Poem Piano Duet Class Prophecy Reading Quartette Valedictory Class Song. Eva Alden, .Daisy. K ' Y Jessie RuSsell, H away Y: EvalJ Y Harvey LoWe, F red Cam: 1 Ned Anderson, Harry Y 'fbl Y :'.YY . Wdr ""K 53W? ' " $Y 1nd

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