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Darlene Eggers,Jim Ode, and Mar-
Freshies once, now seniors fine
The fall of 19149 saw 27 eager
freshmen turn their footsteps into
the halls of BHS, not knowing that
the four years ahead of them would
be perhaps the happiest-Cand the
fastest moving! of their lives.
High school brought the opport-
unity to participate in extra-cur-
ricular activit1es,amdthe freshies
made the most of it. Their activi-
ties early marked them as a class
which would be proud of BHS, and
make BHS proud of them. Managing
the carnival lunch room to a fin-
ancial success proved to be the
freshies largest class project of
Class adviser Osborne Liaboe and
senior officers Eleanor Peterson,
treasurerg Oliver Erickson, presi-
dent, Leo Heggen, treasurer, Paul
Thoreson, secretary deliberate on
senior class affairs at a short
Activities were again in thespot-
light during the sophomore year as
the sophomores,the1r numberreduced
to 25, began to hit their stride
and make available to the school
their many talents and ambitions.
Climax of the year, socially
speak1ng,was the choosing of twelve
of their members to dress as sailors
and serve at dm junior-senior ban-
duet, which utilized the theme,
Then came the jndor yeaq a year
that was filled to the brim with
fun and excitement!
Several of the boys were on the
'W' basketball squad, and thereby be-
jorie Lee were BHS representatives
for DAR,and Boys' and Girls' State,
Darlene was chosen by the faculty
to compete in the county contest on
the basis of scholarship, persona-
lity, and leadership.
Jim and Marjorie were chosen to
attend Boys'and Girls' State during
June of 1952 on the basig of leader-
ship, scholastic standing, and par-
tlzipation kxextra-curricular acti-
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We're finally nearing the goal line
Junior class representative Bill Parsons is shown
crowning Jeanne Schulte and Jim Ode, carnival Queen and
Leo Heggen and Darlene Eggers,runners-up in the sec-
ret balloting, reigned as attendants to the royalty.
came letter winners. Three of the
girls were cheerleaders.
November saw the presentation of
the class play,nGoodbye,HollywoodY
It was the start of a job that
would prove to be fun as well as
work when the juniors took over the
Branhisko, and near the end of the
year some of them were honored by
being accepted into Quill and Scroll
Much 'hush-hushu work went into
the preparation of the jnnar-senior
banquet, which was presented on
May 9. It constituted the firsdand
Onlyl performance of the 'Bungling
All BBB students took part in
carnival preparations. Here several
are shown on the afternoon before
the '52 carnival, placing the fin-
ishing touches on booths. Note the
September rolled around,and the
class of '53 re-entered BHS to com-
plete their fhml year of schooling
vowing that it would be theh'best.
During freshie initiation week the
seniors allowed theirnornery siden
to take control of their welcome
to the class of '56,
Carnival time saw the seniors
marching through the gymnasium to
the strains of the Coronation March
preparatory to the crowning of the
Queen and Marshal for 1952-53-
Jeanne Schulte and Jim Ode.
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