Hononegah High School - Mack Yearbook (Rockton, IL)

 - Class of 1922

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THE MACK 4 I As they sat about the table thirty-eight strong, within each heart was the hope that 1925 would see the same group with no faces missing receiving their diplomas. As the Cllllllfjl' drew near to the close Mr. Norton, as toast master, assumed charge of the following program: 1925 ...A.................,...,........,.........................,....................... Mr. Schwartz '4Get Em" .....,............ A ,...,,. Harriet Manley The Balan -e Wheel ...., ......... A lice Bates "Hi-Jinks' ........,........ .....,,,, .... ,....., M i s s Croft Prospects ..,.......,...,.,,.,,.,.,,,,.....,,,,,,...,.,,,,,,l,,.,.,,,,,.,,.,,,.,,,.,.,...... Mr. Welsli At the conclusion of the program dancing was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone present. Eleven o'e1oek found a happy evening drawing to its close all too soon. H0-NO-NE-GAH SCORES FIRST LITERARY VICTORY. The spirit of Steven Mac smiled doW11 upon Ho-no-ne-gah Friday at the Inter-School Oratory and Dcclamatory Meet held at Peeatonica. The scl1ools represented were: Clark at South Beloit, Cherry Valley, Seward, Pecatonica and Ho-no-nc-gah. The contest was close as shown by the final summing up. Second and third places in Declamatory being 263 for Ho-no-nc-gah and 261.25 for South Beloit, Elizabeth Smith of Seward winning first place. ln oratory the results were: Pecatonica first, Cherry Val- ley second, and South Beloit third. mllere to the spirit of that pioneer whose indomitable courage will lead llo-no-ne-gah through the years to come. A Senior who dreaded a test, Studied hard for a week without rest, But in spite of his cram, He flunked his exam- The choir will now sing-by request. Mr. Welsh fexamining class in Physics on soundj : U Who can tell why some dogs howl when the school bell rings?" Edna Ellis: "Sympathetic vibrations."

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40 THE MACK wondered how the "City Dads" had given concession to hold forth in such high handed ways. Perhaps the chief attraction of the evening was the Dark Town Comedians, who with song and dance and brilliant repartee gaily sought to please. The cast in order of appearance follows: Joseph Jlllll1S Johnsmg ..........,.............................,..,.. Arthur Goodrich Reverend Timothy Holy Smokesu.: .... ..................... J oe Goss Lucille Viola Harris ........................... ......., H arriet Manley Topsy ............................. ....... G ladys Graves Thomas Toby Harris ....... .............. . Toe Goss Armindy Arabella ...............,...............................,.............,.. Alice Bates Owing to the illness of Joe Goss, Mr. Norton gallantly stepped into the breach without a single rehearsal. Hard indeed, was it for the audience to believe he was not a bridegroom of many days in waiting. To accommodate the crowd it was necessary to give three performances. So on through the merry hours of the early night ran the carnival its entire length. When tents were pulled and stakes drawn this "Get 'Em" class found 51480 in its grimy wallet. THE FRESHMAN BANQUET The success of the Freshmen Hi-Jinks was betittingly cele- brated by a banquet at the Community House, May 10th. Guests of honor were the faculty. A D At 6:00 o'cloek the receiving line formed, made up of the elass officers, Harriet Manley, Arthur Goodrich, Genevieve Pum- mingsp class sponsor, M. R. Norton, and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Welsh. ' The strains of the Tau Kappa Epsilon orchestra of Beloit College., signaled the opening of the dining room. The table and appointments were all that could be desired. From the e'nter of the room was svspended a basket from which radiated streamers in the class colors, French hlue and gray, ending at artistic place cards. Favors were the class flower, white carna- tion.



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