Hobart Senior High School - Memories Yearbook (Hobart, IN)

 - Class of 1954

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Corsages and lighted candles added color and atmosphere to Mr. Harold Moody, principal, had the honor of presenting the the ceremony. There were both smiles and serious thoughts as charter of Hobart high school’s newly organized Britannican chapter the first members of the Britannican chapter of Future Teachers of the Future Teachers of America to Janet McMurtry, president. of America signed their names to the charter. “And a good time was had by all!” This was the exclamation of those juniors who attended their class party in March. The decorations — - crepe paper, sparkling stars, and a huge moon — carried out the theme of “Blue Moon.” The juniors attending enjoyed dancing to the orchestra of Lorenz Kenney. Entertainment for the evening was provided by Janet Severence, electric guitar and Barbara Klindt, who gave a monologue, both girls, members of the class. Refreshments were served from an attractive table decorated in the class colors. 13

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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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The expression on the faces of these students can mean only one thing — Victory! And victory it was, not only for the basket- ball team, but for the Brickie Boosters as well. The crowd of students shown here are only a part of the many fans who filled the Hobart section at tourney time. The enthusiastic followers cheered the Brickies into the final game of the Gary sectional. The loyalty of the fans was especially displayed during the game against the hard playing Panthers of Roosevelt. Brickie fans refused to let their plucky team down, as the Brickies themselves refused to allow the Panthers to win with- out a hard fought battle to the end. This bright sign in the study hall attracted a great deal of attention a week before the sectionals. It was one of the many projects undertaken by the student council to arouse enthusiasm for the sectional tourney. On the day of the sectionals the Hobart caravan with twelve cars bulging at the seams, set out for Memorial Auditorium, horns blowing, students yelling, and banners waving. 14

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