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First Row Left to Right: Damon, Anderson, Raeside, Hahn, Elsner, Ziemke, Heyboer, Jackson,
Grootendorst, Fritz, Strunk, Archer. Second Row Left to Right: Hartman, Martin, Kelm,
Hale, Cullinine, Adams, Kasischke, Bishop, Priebe, Fuller. Third Row Left to Right:
Boyd, Stiles, Murdick, Hamilton, Deaner, Baccash, Coleman, Howorth, Ward, Rock.
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First Row Left to Right: Reiter, Stein, Reid, Miller, Grenewetzki, Lester, Miller, Snyder,
Strouts, Forburger, Mensinger, State, Behlen. Second Row Left to Right: Hunt, Mogil,
Rogers, Allkins, Vandervort, Elliott, Benedix, Higman, Doster, E. Chaddock, W. Chaddock,
Autes. Third Row Left to Right: Nimtz, Gold, Burch, Evans, Sila, Kent, Eppic, Hamilton,
Edinger, McKee, Edinborough, Duerr, Tobiansky, Bakeman.
First Row Left to Right: Bringleson, Morgan, Lawson, Foley, Hammond, Wakefield, Miss Volle
Hanner, Roberts, Bisnett, Grande, Moyer, Karbadon. Second Row Left to Right: Dixon,
Dewey, Lawrence, Burket, Karbadon, Piggott, Bittner, Brannock, Richards, Parmele, Holland,
Deaner. Third Row Left to Right: Peters, Tauner, Cunningham, Cassidy, Wieser, Stolpe,
Filstrup, Brown, Schmidt, Phares, Archer, Peters.
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The Football Sisters is a club made up entirely of girls. There were eighty active mem
bers, and with the fine co-operation of the girls and the advisor, Miss Carolus, and the assistant
advisor, Miss Volle, the Sisters of 1938 earned enough money not only to sponsor the annual
Football Banquet but a theater party for the girls as well.
The Football Banquet was held December 14 at the Rose Room in the Vincent Hotel.
The speaker of the evening was Coach Wally Weber of Michigan and movies were shown of
the games between Michigan and Pennsylvania.
The Sisters also had charge of a small banquet given by Mr. Mitchell in honor of the
first team for their exceptionally good showing at the Muskegon game.
The girls have charge of all the concessions where candy, pop, hot dogs, peanuts, and
popcorn are sold. They showed very fine sportsmanship and sold in all kinds of weather. The
Football Sisters are one of the football team's staunchest backers.
President ........ Suzanne Brown
Vice President . . . . Pat Curtis
Secretary . . . Leon Elliott
Treasurer . . . Clair Ertman
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First'Row eft td Right: Mensinger, Strouts, Morgan, Blankner, Kent, Ziemke, Mr. Harrod,
Heyboer, Roberts, Byers, Crandall, Semler, Elson. Second Row Left to Right. Martin,
Beanan, Nimtz, Kraft, Appel, Zindler, Dixon, Holder, Hammond, Holland, Haworth, Burr, Getz-
loff, Trautman. Third Row Left to Right: Hewitt, Smith, Burket, Ablin, Tobiansky,
Peters, Stolpe, Cassidy, Henke, Foster, Reeves, Howorth, Lawson, Martin, Hildebrandt.
The year of 1939 finishes the eighteenth year that the Usher Club has served Benton Har-
bor High School.
In 1921 Phillip Lovejoy organized the Usher Club, whose main function is ushering for
school events. In its eighteen years of service the Usher Club has earned the title of being one of
the most important clubs in extraecurricular activities.
The duties of the ushers are: to usher patrons to seats when seating capacity is limited,
to assist patrons when reserved seats are used, and to take tickets at the door. The ushers try
to be as courteous, alert, and efficient as possible.
Such events as graduation exercises, football, and basketball games, dramatics, and glee
club shows, and concert lecture series head the list that the Usher Club takes charge of.
The Usher Club feels very proud at having Mr. Don J. Harrod as advisor and is
especially indebted to him, for under his sincere and capable leadership another successful year
may be chalked up.
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The Basketball Sisters is an organization which takes as members any girls who care to
J Members of the organization offer their services by selling candy, hot dogs, etc., at all
home games. At the end of each season the funds obtained from these sales are used to give
the boys of the basketball squad a banquet.
Although the club is not very old, it grows in number each year. Due to the good
efforts of an able advisor, Miss Volle, the club enjoyed an excellent year.
President ......... Juanita Garber
Vice President . . A. . . Jeanette Baccash
Secretary . . .'f'.P' ..... Sally Cupp
Treasurer . . g . . . Sarah Brannock
First Row Left to Right: McKee, Freier, Fester, Kaiser, Evans, Elson, Burr, Semler, Field,
Pangborn. Second Row Left to Right: Hunt, Brant, Benedix, Kent, Bratich, Dulich,
Mogil, Ueck, Phares, Ott, Foley. Third Row Left to Right: Pryor, Curtis, Adams, Cul-
linine, Sila, Cutler, Miss Sprague, Murphy, Forburger, Davis, Stewart.
Girl Reserves is a worldfwide organization of young girls sponsored by the Y.W.C.A.
The club strives to give proper mental, physical, and spiritual training to all the problems of girl'
hood. This year the program has consisted of a series of discussions on Family and Friend Rela'
tions. Viewpoints on family co'operation for car and radio and house work, a reasonable time to
get home, boy and girl relations, styles and proper dress, and how to make and keep friends were
some things discussed.
At Thanksgiving the true Girl Reserve spirit was demonstrated when the club collected
food for baskets. These were delivered to deserving families.
For the carnival the Girl Reserve Club sponsored the cabaret which was a huge success.
Every year two girls are sent to the State Girl Reserve Convention. They come back
with many new ideas for the club and friendships with other Girl Reserves throughout the
state. Jane Foley, President of Girl Reserves this year, went to the Conference last year and learned
a lot of valuable things.
The Y.W.C.A. is always open to any Girl Reserve who wants to go and use the swim'
ming pool, gym, or the game rooms.
Miss Lois Featherstone, from the Y.W.C.A. in Saint Joseph, is the advisor of the club.
She is the person who keeps our spirits up when things don't go so well.
The club has forty members enlisted and all the girls come to the meetings and enjoy
them very much. The entire group is very enthusiastic and eager to do new things all the time.
Meetings are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month in the club room.
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