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Page 15 text:
These spirited sophomores added $5.00 to their class treasury by devising this clever fate for the Bulldogs. This was a bit better than last year’s tie for “booby.” Paint brushes flew until the last minute, and when the winners were announced, it was the class of ’56 that took top honors. Mary Lee Phillips, Connie Clingan, Annette Yelkich, Elaine Thyen, and Pat Hagle witness as Richard Berg, Pat Morehouse, Judy Wesley, and Margie Neil attend to one of the unfortunates. the dance - those crazy displays . . . The class of ’55 marred its past record of two firsts by having second best display this year. This group of juniors helped Yohan make a fool of the Crown Point mascot. That night the Brickies followed through with a victory. Kneeling: Mary Jane Kurth, Gayle Huminsky, Don Shinneman. Standing: Colleen Dotson, Beverly Mehalic, Barbara Klindt, Shirlee Caldwell, Yohan, and Dick Netzhammer. 11
Page 14 text:
A beautiful flowered crown for the Queen was received by Georgia May Eagle. The evening’s program began with the queen and her court being driven onto the football field in a convertible. It didn’t seem to take long for the first half to end because it was such a close game. The half time program was begun by the band marching. Then the three chosen members of the H-Men’s club escorted Queen Georgia Eagle, with Betty Moody, and Loretta Massa, her attendants, to the center of the field. There Phil Millus crowned Georgia Homecoming Queen. . . . homecoming - the game - The climax of the Homecoming dance was the Grand March led by the queen, her court and their escorts. As the Queen and her court descended the stairway onto the dance floor, a fanfare was played by Lorenz Kenney’s band. Queen Georgia then ascended to the throne to pose for newspaper photographers. After pictures were taken Georgia with Dick Netzhammer, her escort, led off the next dance. The Homecoming dance was a big success with both students and graduates of Hobart High School attending. 10
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The sophomore class party was one of the most colorful and hilarious affairs of the year. Masqueraders represented animals and people of all types. Captain Kidd danced with a white rabbit, and even Gorgeous George was there to add to the excitement. Costumes were judged for prizes, and dancing, refreshments, and games made the “Mardi Gras” a complete success. “I knew Lincoln” was the theme of the ronvo presented by Kirk Bennett on February 18. Mr. Bennett portrayed Billy Brown, who ran the store where Abraham Lincoln and his friends gathered to tell stories and argue around the stove. What masquerade would be complete without flapper girls? Rosalind Boughamer, Jo Ann Cicillian, and LaVonne Spense modeled this rakish garb of the roaring twenties. 12
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