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

 - Class of 1938

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P00 GQ .ng mv F. F. A. First Semester Mr. Stanley Atlviser . Roy lflsnn President . Lztnny Reetl Vife-Presielent Hoh Sill Secretiiry .. Virgil McClure Tretisurer .. . ,lim Case Athletic Manager Ditle lftlinger Reporter IIIYY Lrfi In Rryfhlf flop rolrl Moore, Caldwell, Hunt. Kusvhel, Ormis- ton, Temple, Ztlollhagvn, imnirllr' rotri Taylor, Ruff. Summz-rfvlt, Redman, Lawton, Gridlvy. ifrnnr rnuw Russ. Stanford, Mr. Bridg- ham, Bt-nke. Ilarniat'livI'. Stvviirofl 4Slf:rn on puns' lll ull-II, Rl-fSERl'ln'N Lrff lo Riglllfj ffop rnlri IXleNval. ltllson. Cassidy. Pvpller. Hop! kins, Granger, Murdiek. Farwell. fmlddlf' rouw V. Moore. Morris. E. Moore, Reisehke, Orris, Reim- ers, Murphy. Miss X't'alclron. fhof1rim rmrl Mogil. Field. Bene-f dix, Calderwooti, Foley, Pang- lxorn, Zindlt-r, Uluppt-r tSfm'1! on gulylr' ,lll FFTVHE FARIIIEHS OF AIIIERIFA Left to Right: imp roirl Sill. McClure. Pollyva. Tillstrom, Reeves, Lietz, Clark, We-lls. Crowell. irnidtilf' roirl Handy. Piggot, Birmingham. Buvkman. Name-tz, Elsrni. l-Irlinger, Brown. ffronf renter He-etc-r. Reimers. Case. Reed, F. Sill, Mr. Stanley. Feather, Simanton, Foster. Deane-r, Glade Secontl Semester . Roy lflson George Gliule . Bob Tillstrom Bill Heeter Diile lftlinger Frank Sinmnton One of the most ontstrineling years in the F.F.A. Clulis history has iust heen cornpleteel During the first semester the cluh sponsored the Southwestern Michigan Fruit and Flower Show nt Benton Hgtrlwor. Apple judging teams participated in the County and State judging contests at New Troy .intl Griintl Riipitls. Sefontl prize wits won at the Bangor Apple Show for an exhibit set up there. NXT colnpletetl the first semester hy having it hglslxethilll ggnne tintl meeting for .ill the p.1st memhers of the Cluh. ,loint meetings with l5.ni Claire, Berrien Springs, Bnclinniin, iintl Dovmgiiic F.F.A. Clubs the Parents itntl Sons Banquet, gnnl FQlI'lllCl"5 Wleelc and the State F.F.A. Convention nt Nicliigatn State College nt Izitst Lansing were some of the events which tlrew the interest of the Cluh tluring the seconil semester.

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IIK.-llll.-1 .-LYIJ .'llI'Slt' t'I,l'I-I I t i 1 i x no it tu x iro I ill iogvrs, 1 tins, ein. His un Int tar Iohnson s it: tin Xlls N Holn s DHAJIA AND .'lIl'SIt' l'l.l'B II Imfr to Higlht: imp mu-1 Smith. Hein, Field. Dixon, Lutz, Mur- diek, Peppler. Grzuiger, Hopkins. Peters. Taunvr, fmidrllt' rmri F. Jewell. Nixon. Merrill, Anderson, Pullins, Pullen. Mains, Maurer, Preston, Allen. ifront rmrf Rlzxnkner, Hoftinan, Keep, Bey- rln. Calderwooil, Collins. Duster. l"I'iPlllIl2lll, Reeves, Crandall. Burr, Semin-ir IJRAJIA ANI! .'lIl'SIt' ULF!! III Left to Hlglhf: :tim fowl Helm, t'ulli5, Rm-sitio. XVt-luster, Strunk, Reynolds, Price. Diigtlzile. N. Art-her, Walters, Hein, tmizlrilr rniri Holder, Foley, Borehert. MeKee, Smirniotis, M, Moore, Pmigtinrii. llile. Ileaner. Uupp. Stork. l-Irtmnn. ifrmii Voter Iiindhergh, Miller, liek. Strmlts, Forhiiriger, Pztlmer, l-Iwers, Unn- rzul, Copeland. Friek. Anderson, Allslnrook THE DRAMA AND Ml'SlC,' CLl'l3 The Drtimit rind Music Cluh is open to .ill high school girls who are interested in musit und .un.iteur theritriculs. At the monthly meetings, re.1dings, one-net plays, and musicul numbers .ire presented by members ot the club, and it social hour is enjoyed tifter the program. The Drama and Music Clulw offers .tn outlet for self-expression in ere.itive dr.un.ities .ind splendid opportunities tor young musical students to gain poise and selt-Confidence hy 1lPPC.lI'lIlg intornmlly lwetore it group of congenial companions. The meetings are arranged so that every memlwer of the club either tiilxes part in, or .issists in planning and directing the monthly programs tit least once during the school ye.tr. The experi- ence ot this responsibility helps to develop initiative rind originality and Cultivittes il desire for the xxortliy use of leisure time. Members of the Drgunit und Music Cluh furnish music for the Girls' League meetings .ind e.lch yn-.ir produce it c.m-tully prepared one-.ict play for this orgimization. H Three elected otlicers. ll fx1Culty sponsor and director, and approximately one hundred .uid titty inemhers constitute the clulw, tat present time-.J



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STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council, a group chosen by the student body at the annual spring election, takes an active part in the student government of Benton Harbor High School. Committees ap- pointed by the mayor take care of the chapel programs, dances and other matters. The carnival, an outstanding event of the year, was under council management. This year a new system of chosing hall police was introduced. Meetings are held once a week at which various problems are discussed. The Council con- sists of the Mayor, president of the councilg a Chief-of-policeg a Clerk, secretary of the council, and eleven aldermen-tive seniors, four juniors, and two sophomores. Mr. Semler is the faculty adviser of Student Council. Mayor ,....,....,.............. .............. R obert Stanford Chief-of-Police ......... ................,.,.,,,.,....,,..,,..,,.,........................,..,............. R ussell Patterson Clerk ...................... L. ......... ,,.. ,........,...... ......,...,... , ..,. ,,......,,......................... .......................,,,,.,..... B e tty Lutz Senior Aldermens.- ............................... Joyce Anderson, Mildred Gold, William Gridley, Robert Hall, Ann Hopkins Junior Aldermen..William Blyveis, Nancy Filstrup, Warren Hendrix. Earl Reid Sophomore Aldermen .............,,....................................,...,.... Jane Archer, Richard Van Hoeven HI-Y HI-LIGHTS OF 1937-38 To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character: This is the purpose of the Hi-Y. Through this current year the members have been meeting at the 'Y' to discuss topics that concern not only the members but the entire com- munitv in an attempt to build better citizens. Some of these subjects were: crime, delinquency, and philosophical ideals. The club has sent four boys to the Older Boys' Conference, live student representatives to the Hi-Y Congress, and constructed tovs for the Good Fellows' Fund during the Christmas season. By participating in the club activities the members have faced problems that will enable them to adjust themselves better in social upheavals. This is the ultimate objective of the local group. The club regrets deeply that Mr. Lancaster moved to Grand Rapids. "Ken" was a friend of all and a great guiding force of the Hi-Y. THE GIRL RESERVES The Girl Reserves is a nation-wide organization sponsored by the Y.W.C.A. This year the Girl Reserves have had many well-planned meetings which consisted of interesting talks by promi- nent people of our community on subjects of vocational guidance, on the good use of leisure time, and on hobbies. Activities were enioyed in the "Y" pool, the gvmnasium, and the banquet hall. The capable guide and adviser of this group is Miss Lillian Waldron, who made all the girls welcome tothe Girl Reserves of Benton Harbor High School. BASKETBALL SISTERS President .................... ......................... - .........,...,.........,.......,..,,............,,,.,,,,,, M ary Frances Granger ViCC-Pr9SidCr1t ............ .......,...... M argaret Holland SCCrCtary ..................... ................ B onita Preston TICZSUFCI' ............... ........................................ .......... .......................,......,... . . ,..,..........,,.......,. B a rbara Slayton , AClVlS61' ...........................,,.........,...,,...............,.........,..,....,.,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, M55 Cafolug The Basketball Sisters, an organization open to all high school girls, sold candy and frost bites at the home games between Benton Harbor and Dowagiac, Grand Haven, Holland,..Muskegon Heights, Muskegon, Saint Joseph, and Kalamazoo. They also sold balloons and magic slates with the basketball schedule on them. The club sponsored games between the "Has Beens" and the "Will Bes", and again between the "Has Beens" and the teachers. With the proceeds of these games together with the proceeds from their sales, the club was able to give a 'fswell" banquet at the Peace Temple in honor of the team. Coach George Koegan, from Notre Dame, and Earl Brown, a former star and graduate of Benton Harbor in 1935, were the speakers. Mr. J. R. Perry was toastmaster. Movies were shown of a game between New York University and Notre Dame. SIGMA LAMBDA SIGMA Sigma Lambda Sigma, the senior literary society, was made up of sixteen girls this year. They met twice a month. At each of these meetings one member of the club reported on the books written by the author whom she chose to study. Frost bites were sold at school during the noon hour. The money received from these sales was used for the purchasing of new books which will be given to the library. The oflicers of the club are: President, Martha Farwellg Vice-president, Betty Lutz, Secre- tary, Mildred Gold, Treasurer, Ann Hopkins. The adviser is Miss Hazel Harrington.

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