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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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THE MACK '43
In the early fall of 1921, a Glee Club was orgranized by the
girls of the Ho-no-ne-gah Community High School, Marcia Cow-
en was appointed President, Mildred Dingman, Secretary, and
Marie Fisher, Librarian. Under the able directorship of Miss
Croft, and the hearty co-operation of its officers and members,
the club progressed steadily and rapidly. The girls were divided
into three groups. The iirst sopranos: Sadie Herbert, Elizabeth
Clover, Henrietta Vivian, Marjory Fisher, Alice Bates, Katherine
Stover, Gladys Graves, Lenore Sturtevant, Helen Taylor, Marie
Franz, Rae Gummow, Dorothy Kelly, Eliza Moore, Hazel Lane,
Marion Powell, Harriet Manley, Marie Fisher, Marie Hutchins,
and Florence Beldon.
Second sopranos: Dorothy Pomeroy, Genevieve Fhinunings,
Katherine Reichard and Marcia Cowen.
Altos: Inez Richarson, Frances Hill and Martha Reichard.
Pianist: Mildred Dingman.,
The climax of the year's work was reached when the club
presented a humorous sketch entitled, "The Most Lamentable
Tragedy of Julius Caesar," The play was supported by the
following cast: Caesar, Mildred Dingnian, Brutus, Harriet Man-
ley, Cato fthe soothsayerj, Inez Richardson, Portia Cwife of
lirutnsj, Sadie Herbert: Calphurnia fwife of Caesarj, Genevieve
Vummingsg Uassius, Casca, Trebonius Qthree conspiratorsj,
Marie Hutchins, Alice Bates, Marie Fisher. Triumviri: Mark
Anthony, Elizabeth Clover, Octavius, Frances Hill, Lepidus,
Martha Reichard. The, parts were cleverly interpreted and
skillfully acted by the cast. Miss Lathrop assisted in the prepa-
ration of the Roman costumes used in the play. Groups of
songs and character sketches were also presented by the entire
chorus. The evening's entertainment proved to be such a. com-
plete sueeess that the club was requested to repeat their concert
in Roscoe. A large crowd witnessed the 'tlleath of f'aesar"
Much credit is to be given to our director, Miss Croft, for her
whole-hearted interest in the club.
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