Hononegah High School - Mack Yearbook (Rockton, IL)

 - Class of 1922

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i THE MACK I9 she left school and did not again take up school work until Sep- tember 1920. Lest we forget a young man whom we all wish to remember, we will mention Roosevelt Budd who started his high school work at Roscoe in 1917. 1918 found him at Harlem, but he was compelled by circumstances to wait until 1920 to begin his Junior year. At a meeting of the voters of Rockton, Roscoe, and vicinity, a plan was made for a new high school to be established at Rockton. The old building was to be used until the new one was erected. The name by which the new school was to be known was "Hon-no-ne-gah Community High School." At the beginning of September in 1920, the high school stu- dents previously mentioned entered this school. The faculty consisted of the principal, Mr. VVelker, the assistant principal, Miss Joye Buchanan from South Beloit, Miss Croft and Miss Lathrop, both from Beloit, and Miss Gleasman who was known by many from Rockton. The Senior class of eight students were destined to be for- ever rivaled by the Juniors. Of the eleven Juniors who com- menced at this time, ten remained to the end, as Esther Stevens had to leave school. The remaining members of this jolly, bril- liant Junior class were: Lore, Frances, Marcia, Edna, Helen, Thehna, Alice, George, Kenneth and Roosevelt. The class had many stars behind its footlights. Star orator and argufier was Kenneth, who won for them the first place i11 the preliminary oratorical contest. Thelma, the star declaimer, also wen tirst place at that time. These lost in the final contest hut they were stars just the same. George Osborne became the star athlete, winning i11 basket ball and track, our merited ap- plause. Frances and Lore helped win for us the ill will of the professor by escapades and pranks of all kinds. Roosevelt was handy man, decorator and expressman of the class. Now, one class cannot have all stars, and there a1'e always some who help keep up the record for study for the class. These, in this case, were Marion, Helen, Edna and Alice. The class had many happy times Hlltl whe11 they parted,l1av-

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