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

 - Class of 1938

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SENIOR HONOR ROLL fln Alphabetical Orderj Allen, Geraldine Ameling, Junior Anderson, Joyce GJ Arent, Minnie Baxter, Jacqualyn Benke, Paul Q41 Clark, Harriett Coleman, Helen Collins, Bette Dannacher, William Derby, Stanley Dukesherer, Eileen Elson, Roy QZJ Evans, Peggy Friedman, Sylvia Gabbert, Nellie Gatchell, Grace Gelesko, William Gold, Mildred Granger, Mary Frances Gridley, William Hill, Marian Hipshire, Isabelle Jewell, Dorothy Lawton, Keith Lerch, Winifred Lindbergh, Violet Lindholm, Eleanor Q 1 J--Valedictorian Q 2 J-Salutatorian Q3 8r 41-Student Speakers Lutz, Betty Q11 McFadden, Ruth Mensinger, Patricia Metzger, Betty Miller, Frieda Mollhagen, Donald Moshier, Elnora Orris, Frances Pollyea, Shirley Preston, Bonita Priebe, Agnes Priebe, Eleanor Pullen, Doris Pullins, Virginia Reimers, Elizabeth Ruff, Raymond Russ, Robert Sassaman, Leon Schindler, Henrietta Sells, Janet Sill, Robert Summerfelt, William Tacy, Lester Taylor, Milton Weber, Howard Williams, Ruth Wolf, Ruth Jeanne

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CHOIR Left to Right: ftop fowl Wash- ington, D. Cutler, Sill, Eva, Van Hoeven, Patterson, Burn- worth, Northrup, Allerton, Kus- chel. :front row! Johnson, Far- well, Dixon, Leiby, Miss Cong- ' don, E. Cutler, Granger, Lito- l 'Ni wich, Bubanovich BOYS' GLEE CLUB Left to Right: ltop Town Chad- dock, R. Cutler, Sill, Eva., Van- Hoeven, Patterson, Kuschel, rmiddle rowl Wagner, M. Taylor, Washington, Gorton, Green, Al- lerton, Northrup. rbottom raw' Handy, Byers, Case, F. Sill, Miss Congdon, Steenrod, Burnworth, Hunt, Fellows CHOIR The High School mixed choir composed of ninteen members, selected from both. the- Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs, have enjoyed another year of music study under the capable direction of Miss Grace Congdon. The choir, which makes many public appearances each year, both in and out of school, met once a week for its rehearsals. Among the choir's several appearances this season was the Fall Music Festival early in December. Also, they sang special numbers in assembly for the program ofAChristmas carols. The choir made its last appearance on the Baccalaureate program at graduation time. THE BOYS' GLEE CLUB The Boys' Glee Club began their year's work under the capable direction of Miss Grace Congdon and the following ofhcers: Russell Patterson, presidentg and Donald Kuschel, librarian. The membership numbers forty, of whom Fifteen are seniors. A short time after the opening of school, work was begun on Kountz's Cantata, "The Song of Man", a beautiful, dramatic, and effective number. It was used for the Annual Fall Music Fes- tival Concert and was greatly enhanced by the accompaniment of the high school orchestra and the new orgatron. After Christmas the club studied "The Pirates of Penzance", a Gilbert and Sullivan light opera, which was presented on the seventeenth and eighteenth of March by the combined glee clubs. The Boys' Glee Club ably and lustily portrayed the parts of pirates and police, creating laughter and excitement throughout the whole performance, They are closing the year's work with special music for Class Night and Commencement.



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DRAMATICS CLASS The first semester of Dramatics is devoted chiefly to the study of drama from a practical standpoint. The work includes craft work and the first essentials of practical play production. - Of course, the outstanding event of the first semester is the annual play. This year the Dramatics Class presented the play, "Meet the Duchess," a comedy in three acts consisting of all the elements of dialect, of impersonations, and even a touch of tragedy, that make up a successful play. The plot was a very modern version of the Movie Cycle, centeri around the boarding house of Mrs. Perkins, played by Henrietta Schindler. All the characters,nEJr example: joy janu- ary, a Broadway chorus girl, played by Pauline Bubanovichg a converted professor portrayed effec- tively by Louis Harrisg a robust tragedian played by Graham Handy, a colored maid, by Doris Pul- leng and a former star of the stage, by Bette Collins, are all concerned in one way or another with the screen in Hollywood. Kate Calderwood and Mildred State portrayed realistically the situation of an ambitious Mother and Child prodigy of the Shirley Temple age. There was a clever impersona- tion of the Movie producer, Samuel Goldwyn, portrayed by Michell Rose. The star of the play, Eloise Cunningham, played the role of a newcomer to Hollywood, assisted by Joe Brezina, playing the part of Ronnie Ward, a scenario writer. During the rehearsing and production of the play, the students obtained much practical knowledge of stage settings and back stage essentials such as, lighting effects, scenery painting, and the general necessities. The duties of the prompter, property manager, house manager, advertising manager, and director were touched upon also. The second semester is devoted to Dramatics from the standpoint of literature. The history of drama, emphasizing the different periods from the early Greek and Roman drama, through the Middle Ages to the great Renaissance of the Elizabethan or Shakespearean period including some Modern drama, is carefully studied in regard to its relation to religion. Many of the outstanding plays of these diverse periods are read and discussed in class. , IANE ADDAMS CI-1-APTER NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Benton Harbor High School has received its charter for a chapter in the National Honor Society for Secondary Schools. The National Honor Society is a National organization which was founded in 1922 for the purpose of creating an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of American Secondary Schools. A committee of students and faculty members wrote and submitted to the National head- quarters a constitution for the local chapter. This has been approved and the local chapter is known as the jane Addams Chapter of the National Honor Society. Students are eligible for membership in this Society who have an average grade of B or better for their high school careers and have attended the Benton Harbor High School for at least one year. The members are chosen from this grou , the final selection being made on the basis of service, leadership, and character. Five per cent of the 11A class may be chosen during the sixth semester, ten per cent of the 12B class the seventh semester, and a total of not more than fifteen per cent of the graduating class may be chosen as members. After being chosen, members are re- quired to maintain scholarship average until graduation and then become graduate members for life. It is hoped that the graduate members keep ever before them the ideal of helping to raise the scholarship of Benton Harbor High School. The faculty committee is now at work on the selection of the first group of seniors. This list had not been made public when the Greybric went to press.

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