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Page 11 text:
First Row-Miss Heetland, advisor, Isobel Burwell, Edna Bachman, Helen Alexander,
Sylvia Rouse, Everett Moffitt.
Second Row-Shirley Horack, Darlene Loudenburg, Frances Schneman, Evelyn Swear-
ingen, Rosemary Breen, Ruth Wall. Margaret Hewitt.
Third Row-Lester Lackie, Wilbur Fate, Donald Springer, Les Welsh, Clifford Renner.
Fourth Row-Jean Bogner, Dorothy Garrison, Bob Real, John Blaisdell, Donald Farley,
Lorraine Wilt. Virginia Reed.
Fifth Row-Glenn Thomas, Charles Bell, John Howes, Donald Wright, Clifford Miller,
Sixth Row-Fern Tumbleson, Bernadine Bomleny, John McKean, Donald Renner. For-
rest Champion, Veronica Murphy, Marion Ioder,
The Sophomores graduated from the
"green treshie" class and took on a rather
Officers elected at the first home meet-
President, Spencer Landes.
Vice President, Rosemary Breen.
Secretary-Treasurer, Isobel Burwell.
Student Council Members-Lorraine Wilt,
Early in the fall Isobel Burwell was elect-
ed cheer leader. Rosemary Breen was chos-
en as the Sophomore carnival queen can-
didate. The class sold more tickets on the
drawing than any other class.
The Jack Benny Christmas party proved
to be one of the high spots in the social
calendar. The class played host for the
Though various means were used to make
money, the sophomores were the first ones
to make two payments of ten dollars each
on the scoreboard.
The athletic ability of the class is out-
standing. The girls won second and the boys
third in the interclass basketball touma-
ment. Lettermen for football from the
"sophs" included: Spencer Landes, Bob
Real, Leslie Welsh, Clifford Miller, John
McKean. Les Welsh and Bob Real earned
basketball letters, too.
The dramatic ability of the sophomores
is not to be overlooked. Fern Tumbleson
and Clifford Miller were awarded member-
ship in "Orange and Black Masquersf' Sev-
eral members of the class played in the big
productions of the dramatic club.
Page 10 text:
First Row--left to right-Miss Grantham, advisor, Mary Jarman, Margaret Malamphy,
Marion Fate, Norma Ames, Camilla Kelly, Mr. Garrison, advisor.
Second Row-Celestine Barnes, Robert Coogan, Frances Reed, Mable Allen, Alice Green,
Keith Swearingen, Christine Neilson.
Third Row-Jeanne Oakes, Gyneth Whisker, Beryl Coleman, June Enos, Tom Landes,
Marcella McClane, Lois Ward.
Fourth Row-Gloria Welsh, Mary Dorothy McLane, Catherine Mowbray, Dick Nelson,
Lynn Velde, Ruth Spenser, Nina Beeney, Shirley Clausen.
Fifth Row-Betty Jurgensen, Helen Blaisdell, Walter Buswell. Kenny Johnston, Char-
lotte Dunbar, Jane Owens, Ardis Talbert.
Sixth Row-Ed Murphy, Bob Boyd, Bill Carroll. Herbert Bayers, Jimmle loder, Bernard
Murphy, Frank Herder, Bill Code.
September, 1937 found us "Jolly Juniors"
in our third year at B. H. S.
The following officers were elected at
the class meeting under the supervision of
our advisors, Miss Grantham and Mr. Gar-
President, Kenny Johnston.
Vice President, Mary Dorothy McLane.
Secretary-Treasurer, Jane Owens.
Student Council Members, Tom Landes,
Both boys and girls excelled in athletics,
winning both divisions of the inter-class
basketball tournament. Inside many of the
black sweaters with big orange "B's" you
will find Junior boys. Thewetters were earn-
ed in football, basketball and track.
Bill Code and Charlotte Dunbar were
elected from our class to reign as King and
Queen of the annual carnival. This makes
the second year our candidates were the
Our members were also active in music.
many playing in the band. Bob Boyd, Lois
Ward, June Enos and Ardis Talbert parti-
cipated in instrumental competition. In vo-
cal solo contests Gloria Welsh and Bill Car-
roll represented B. H. S. Many Juniors were
chosen to act in plays and the operetta and
Junior's names were found in numbers on
the honor holl at the end of each six weeks
The object of our selling candy, having
market days and other little money-making
schemes was the Junior-Senior banquet held
in the gymnasium, May 7. The Maypole
furnished the theme for decorations of the
gymnasium and tables making of it a gala
and glamorous event.
Next year marks the end of our high
school careers, and we hope for continued
success in order to be remembered at B.
H. S. in years to come.
Page 12 text:
First Row-Miss Bischoff, advisor, Murray Tumbleson, Gertrude Swearingen, Bill Bar
ton, Bob Wall, Warren Reed, Mr. Wilcox, advisor,
Second Row-Sarah Louise Ault, Georgia Pearl Tucker, Evelyn Manning, Bob Perkins
Charles Bornsheuer, Tommy Mowbray, Dorothy Cinnamon, Eldora Thomas.
Third Row-Jim Perkins, Jeannette Farley, Ruth Nelson, Robert Hallock, Mark Turner
Lillian Webber, Lola Mae Turner, Holton Rosenquist.
Fourth Row-Carol Velde, James Mitchell, Cecile Ames, Bob Seeds, Ernest Linden
Juanita Quinn, Donald Scott, Roberta Craig.
Fifth Row-Dick Herder, Marjorie Clausen, Helen Phelps, Gayle Ames, Vernon Den
nison, Berniece Cade, Virginia Wolfe, Evelyn Craig, Max Ruberg.
Sixth Row-Leo Fuertges, Leland Wright. Robert Hayden, Rita Mitchell, Donald Towne
Ed Mowbray, John Hannon, Harold Hollar.
Seventh Row-Arlene Liggett, Dorothy Forbes, Glen Ioder, Dan McKean, Bill Harney
William Wright, Cleo Kopp, Leona Bomleny, Josephine Murphy.
At the first class meeting we elected our
officers: President, Richard I-Ierderg Vice
President, Robert Hayden: Secetary-Treas-
urer, Gayle Ames. We chose Cecile Ames
and Holton Rosenquist as Student Council
members. Miss Bischoff and Mr. Wilcox
are our class advisors. There were fifty-six
At the carnival we all did our part to put
it over big Cecile Ames and Dan McKean
were candidates for queen and king, We
gave the Juniors quite a run. They beat us
by just a few votes.
Bill Barton was chosen for the ca-st of
"Big Hearted Herbert."
The freshmen class was well represented
in the Preliminary Declamatory contest.
Mark Turner won first in oration and Hol-
ton Rosenquist won first in comedy. Jose-
phine Murphy and Juanita Quinn also read
in the contest.
A lot of our freshmen boys went out for
sports such as football, basketball and
track. We have some good freshmen ath-
The freshmen girls had a good basket
ball team of which we were proud.
In March the freshmen sold class pins in
order to help pay for the new score board.
Throughout the year the freshmen were
well represented on the honor roll.
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