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

 - Class of 1939

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Page 11 text:

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Page 10 text:

Ei? W1- l Top Row tLeft to Rightl: Leiby, Reid, Ireland, Deaner, Van Hoeven, Jenning Bottom Row: Radom, Foley, Tauner, Ferrell., Archer, Elson. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is the outward symbol of our "Prac- ticing Democracyf' It represents the student body in the busi- ness of running the school. Behind it are the students. And it is their progress in intelligent co-operation, in tolerance and un- derstanding, that the Council represents. The whole school pro- gram is thus the "power behind the throne." The Council, however, is much more than a symbol. The good will of the student body is behind it, as it should be. To- gether they carry much of the burden of responsibility which would otherwise fall entirely to Mr. Semler. As such, the Council is perhaps the most valuable democratic organization in the school. m ........---- ,..,......-



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Left, to Right: Boettcher, Deaner, Steenrod, Hendrix, Holder, Foley, Ferrell. SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Looking over the events of the past three years in High School, the Seniors find that they have had a great variety of experiences and pleasures. As Sophomores they sponsored all-school parties, had elections for officers, and figured in most of the school life, though they were only "freshies." As Juniors the class gave the annual Junior-Senior Prom. It was given at the country club and was a huge success. As Seniors they gave the Ann ual Senior Class Play, enjoyed the Prom, had a skip-and-bum day, and gave the Senior picnic. The officers of the Class of '39 Were: President ..... . William Steenrod Vice President . . . . . Ruth Holder Secretary . . . . . Lois Ferrell Treasurer . . . . Vera Deaner Valedictorian . . William Steenrocl Salutatorian . . jacquelyn Anderson Class Speakers . .... George Hess Jane Foley

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