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A Hnf X .cm V (v. f4 ' l u i % ' ! : « AV ■ j K y -u JUs 1 (T ajlt t -t - ' f " O ' THE MACK HONONEGAH COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL ROCKTON, ILLINOIS ' i ' HE STAFF Editor Shirley Stultz Business Manager Joe Zinnecker Assistant Lee Gleasman Writers Gerrie Mallicoat Helen Robinson Veronica Gray Katie Foster Sports Russell Mosher Duane Dixon Artist Bev Olmstead Photographers Bob Sherman Fred Frisk Roger Davies Jack Funk Typists Audrey McLean Peg Rigotti Joan Karnes Adviser Jeannette VanVonderen Throughout our four years here at Hono- negah High School, we , the class of nine- teen hundred and fifty two, have received inspiring leadership and encouragement from our sponsor Mrs. Harriette E. Byrne . With deepest appreciation we proudly ded- icate this MACK to her . 11 ■ T ADMINISTRATION — 3 — BOARD OF EDUCATION Mr. James Conklin, Mr. Clark Wright, Mr. Elmer Krupke, Mr. Harry Shugars, Mr. Harold Foster. SECRETARY CUSTODIAN AUGUSTA HOFFMAN A varm word and a friendly smile, We hope she ' s here for quite awhile. BUS DRIVERS LAWRENCE RICHARDSON Larry has to sweep and mop, And pick up all the things we drop. " i. . ' k LESTER KLICKO, RALPH REISER, ADOLPH FAUST From home to school and back again, We give respect to these fine men. O. E. Loomis He ' s always here to watch and see, That we ' re not into things we shouldn ' t be. Civics Jeanette Van Vonderen Her cheerful smile and winning way , Makes you happy all the day. Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Typing, Office practice. He ' s a whUgat math iM a ci n c e y t f - When you ly A- erf p— ie ' V e re fif y 3U JT Algebra, Cytm e t r y , Phy sifc|,, Hre Fs t f Harrietts Byrne She ' s our sponsor, she ' s our la} She ' s awful nice. Good ' ' 01 ' Maw ' English 2, Gym. A. Thelma Englund Sincerely swee t and swee t ly shy , You c an never pass her by, English 1 , Spanish George Kelsey Coach think ' s he ' s tough, But deep inside. A heart of go Id he tries to hide . General Science, Biology. ■ ' Albert Hembree Band and c ho r u a are in him line, Jn bo t h of t heae he doe a real fine. Band, Chorus. rean Littlewood ' n the kitchen you will always find, A lady wh o s e ways are always kind. Home Economics She hasn ' t been long at this alma mater But we ' re glad that we got her, English 3,4. Warren Ellis First he ' s here and then he ' s there. One who ' s welcome everywhere. Shop, Gym. Elwyn Miller Some think he ' s funny, Some think he ' a dry . But we all know that he ' m a mi ghty nice guy . Hi 1 tor y, Modern Problems Irving Huggins A pi easan t man Who ae Idom apeak s , Very humble- - very meek Agriculture 1.2,3,4. SENIORS — 7 — SENIORS CLYSSOLE BIGELOW Football 1,2,3,4; Camera Club 2; Golf 3,4 HARRIETTE BYRNE SPONSOR LORETTA BROWN G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pres. 4; Chorus 1,3; Band 3,4; Sec. 4; Pep Club 4 LAWRENCE CARTER F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Tres. 4; Chorus 1; Track 3,4; Foot- ball 4; H. Club 4 X. RONALD CRANE Transferred from Rockford 2; Basketball 2,3,4; Foot- ball 3,4; Track 2,3,4; H. Club 3,4; Golf 2; Class V. Pres. 4 ■rtiJ fc C BEVERLY CARPENTER F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Chorus l,2,3;Librarian 3,4; Junior Play 3; Indian 2,3,4 HARRY DAHLBERG F.F.A. 1,2,4; Chorus 4 _ . KATHLEEN FOSTER G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; V. Pres. 2,4; Chorus 1; F.H.A. 1, 2,3,4; V. Pres. 1, Pres. 2, 3; Class Pres. l;Pep Club 1 2,3,4; Student Council 2; Sec. Tres.; Camera Club 2; Indian 2; Class Sec. Tres. 2; National Honor J,4; Mack 4 SENIORS MARGARET GALLEY G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1, 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3; V. Pres. 2; Pep Club 2,3; Cheerleader 3; Indian 1,2, 3,4; Junior Play 3 ROGER DAVIES Band 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Football 2,3, 4; Class Tres. 3; Indian 2,3; Track 2,3,4; Mack 4 V DUANE DIXON Basketball 1,2,3,4; Foot- ball 2; Student Council 3; Class Tres. 4; Golf 3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Mack 4 ■« ' %» ANDREA HEINZ F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,3; Class Sec. Tres. 1; Indian 1,2; Band 3,4; Pep Club 3; Sec. Tres. FRED FRISK Football 1,2,3,4; Basket- ball 1,2; Camera Club 2; H. Club 3,4; Mack 4 HELEN HIGGINS F.H.A. 2,3,4; Chorus 4 — 9 1- M ' X VERONICA GRAY F.H.A. 1,2; Sec. 1, Tres. 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Mack 4 JACK FUNK Football 1,2,3,4; Basket- ball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; H. Club 2,3,4; V. Pres. 2, 3; Mack 4 SENIORS i LELAND GLEASMAN F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Reporter, 1,2,3; Pres. 4; Chorus 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Foot- ball 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Indian 2,3; H. Club 2,3,4; Class Sec. 4; Mack 4 r J RICHARD MAC DONALD Football 1,2,3,4; H. Club 3,4 w, MARY JOYCE LYFORD F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1, 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Li- brarian 3,4; Indian 3,4; Junior Play 3 SHIRLEY JOHNSON F.H.A. 1,2,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4; Librarian 3,4; Indian 4 JOAN KARNES Transferred from So. Beloit 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Pep Club 4; Mack 4 ROGER MAC DONALD Football 1,2,3,4; H. Club 3,4 ANN JOHNSON G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 2, 3; Chorus 2,4; Pres. 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Cheerlead- er 3; Band 3,4; Student Council 3; V. Pres. 3; Ju- nior Play CHARLES HARRISON Transferred from Beloit 2; , Basketball 3; Golf 3,4; Tennis 2,3,4 — ro — SENIORS JAMES MC GONIGAL Golf 2,3,4 GERALDINE MALLICOAT F.H.A. 1,2;G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 3,4; Indian 3; Pep Club 4; Sec. 4; Mack 4 I AUDREY MC LEAN G.A.A. 1,2,3 4; Chorus 1; Indian 3; Pep Club 4; Mack 4 - ' PAUL MAGNUSON F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Band 2; Track 3,4 RUSSELL MOSHER F.F.A. 1,2; Sec. 2; Chorus 2; Band 2; Pep Club 3,4; Pres. 4; Indian 3; Class Sec. 3; Mack 4 1 BEVERLY OLMSTEAD F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Sec. 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Indian 1, 2,3; Pep Club 3,4; Maqk 4 ) ' W " S PATRICIA OLSON G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 3 II DONALD NICHOLAS Chorus 2,3; Student Coun- cil 2,3,4; Sec. Treas. 3; Indian 1,2,374; Editor 4; Camera Club 2; Football 2,3; National Honor 3,4; Junior Play 5 ; Class Pres. 2,4 SENIORS - -rf; JOHN PORTER Football 1,2,3,4; Basket- ball 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; H. Club 3,4; Class V. Pres. 1; Class Pres. 3; Student Council 4; Pres. i HELEN ROBINSON F.H.A. 1,2; G.A.A.- 1,2,3, 4; Chorus 3; Indian 3; Mack 4; Pep Club 4 " " mit :s ' .■ ' MARGARET RIGOTTI Transferred from Muldoon 2; F.H.A. 1; G.A.A. 1,3,4; Indian 3; Pep Club 4; Cheer- leader 4; Mack 4 ROBERT SHERMAN Chorus 1,2;F.F.A. 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Indian 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2; Football 3,4; Track 1,2,3; H Club 4; Class V. Pres. 2; Mack 4 WAYNE SCHMIDT Football 1,2,3,4; Basket- ball 1,2,3; Junior Play 3; Track 2,3,4; H. Club 4 RUTH REIMER Transferred fron Beloit 4 SHIRLEY STULTZ G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Cheerleader 4; Indian 3; Mack 4; Editor JOE ZINNECKER Basketball 1,2,3,4; Foot- ball 1,2,3,4; H. Club 2,3,4; Class V. Pres. 3; Golf 3,4; Tennis 3; Mack 4 LEONA SILL G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 2,3; Tres. 3; Indian 3; Pep Club 4 We sincerely thank you, Miss Van Vonderen, for your advice and work in preparing this MACK. It was most helpful and appreciated. Without you, this MACK would not have been possible. SENIOR HISTORY Well, Seniors, it sure has been a lot of fun at dear old H.C.H.S. , hasn ' t it? These four years will always be remembered. Can you remember back to our Freshman Year? Out of 66 freshmen, we chose Katie Foster as President, John Porter as Vice-President, and Andie Heinz, as Seer e t ar y -Tr ea s ure r . That was the year we lost the magazine .. - - the Sophomores. With dues Here we are Seniors as our class Sponsor man. Secretary; Duane later f our ye a r s and Don Dixon, Treasurer man, secretary; uuane uixon. Treasurer, to push us on possible through hard work for our trip. Everyone year putting the Mack together. Homecoming, Noon lunc ities has taken a lot of elbow grease. But the r last year at Hononegah, With Mrs. Byrnes ' " " " Vice-President; Lee Gleas- to get all the money nd our Nicholas, President; Ron Crane to push us on. We are trying ._ _ . _.. .. has worked hard for that goal, hes, Christmas Cards and other eward will soon be here. This ac t i V - — 13 — NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY To be elected to the National Honor person must excel in out- scholarship, lead- Soc i e t y a p« standing service ership, and character. The Junior class Members, chosen by the fac- ulty this year, were Donna Brady, and Frank Bauling. Chosen from the Senior class were John Porter, Bev- erly Olmstead, Beverly Carpenter, and Shirley Stultz. Kathleen Fost- er and Don Nicholas were elected in their Junior year. S. Stultz, J. Porter, B. Olmstead, D. Nicholas, Miss Englund, F. Baul- ing, K. Foster, D. Brady, B. Ca r - pent e r . D. A. R. The three candidates for the D.A.R. chosen by the Senior class, were Ann Johnson, Kathleen Foster, and Shirley Stultz. Kathleen Foster was elected president in her Fresh- man year and Sec r e t a r y- Tr easur e r in her Sophomore year. In her Junior year she was also elected to the National Honor Society. The essen- tials for receiving this honor of membership in the D.A.R. is de- pendability, service, leadership, and patriotism. Kathleen Foster FIRST ROW--B. Carpenter, K. Foster, M. Galley, L. Sill. SECOND ROW - - J. Funk, R. Crane, D. Nicholas, L. Gleasman, J. Zinnecker, J.Porter. BRAIN BRAWN Elected to the Brain and Brawn Soc- iety were Kathleen Foster, and Bev- erly Carpenter for scholarship. For all-school citizen, the faculty chose Don Nicholas. Kathleen Foster Margaret Galley and Leona Sill were selected for their G.A.A. achieve- ments. For outstanding in athlet- ics, Joe Zinnecker, Jack Funk, Ron Crane, Lee Gleasman and John Porter were se lee ted. There is a possibility of some students meeting Brain and Brawn requirements by winning the high- est award in the District Track meet. Due to early publication, these names will not appear in this book. — 14 — JUNIORS — IS — JUNIORS J. Heinx J, Bo lander Brewster H. Andrews Bratt R, Bo lander F. Bauling Hicks D. Brady Graves V. Garner B. Funk O. Palm Wallace V. Robinson Nutt St rack C. Sprightly Villiams Wensel Tooley U iiii . C. Patterson R. Gleasman Kothe P. Mosher Ho Imbeck Phelps Matte son B . Re ime r B. Miller Mackley D. Palm C. Nichols Hopkins Crocket t Grif fe O ' Brien Crouch Radke J. McDonald McClell an |7 SOPHOMORES Eighty-five ' ' freshies ' enrolled in Hononegah in Septem- ber 1950, the largest class on record. They wisely elected Bill Moss as president, Betty Mallicoat as vice-president, and Margaret Pearson as sec r e t a r y - t r e a s u r e r . Mr. Miller was appointed their sponsor . Beck again this year, t class decided to be differe Instead of electing officers t elected a committee of ten c sisting of Mary Kocher, Chairm Del Hasse, Marlene Carter, Mar ret Pearson, Betty Mallicoat, A Sund , John Stogsdill, Dave Hot mer, Karlene Porter, and Don R otti. his n t . hey on - an ; ga- 1 an t i - ig- Ik Barlow Anderson L . Baul ing Ayl e swor th Bender Miller, Sponsor Baldwin Bates R. Hauling D. Ackerman R ■ And rews D. Bauling J. Riley Schroede r B. Mai 1 icoat Barker Showers Stogsdil 1 D. Stien Pear son D. Riley K. Porter Sund Hall Schmoldt D. Rigotti I ' b S Johnsen Hopp M. Carter J. Gray K. Cannell Haa s Fol yer H a s se J. Gleasman Jacobson Jackovi tch N. Brown Fridley K. Farrell B. Burkins Bums t ead J. Carpenter Biggart C. Brown Bot timer Luk ich K i nc ' a id Lewi s Kocher J. Reimer K r i enbr ink Patch Hoglund F. Mellon Hilker C- Peterson D. Moffit fti FRESHMEN R. Hiatt E. Mellon Hender son D. Larson K . Har r i son House r Ke 1 sey H. Gleasman Jones R, Lyford M. Hopkins R. Hiatt Mo 1 ande r K r ame r N. NichoUs M. McGoni gal Moore Lowe B. Olmstead Mut imer H. Miller D. Moffitt Meuret t S wenson Smith S tewar t Waugh Whi sman Wright Wi Icox Englund, Sponsor S. Sprightly R. Stien S tockwell F 1 eming L. Carter Cork C. Ellis Ho Ime s C. Dahlberg Dobson Dwye r G eor ge Durd in Downey N. Garner Case Davenport Be r ens D. Bolander P. Farrell Austin R. Brady V- Ayl eswor th Bennett Allen Barber D. Ackernan E. Burkins M. Sill R . Pa 1 1 er son Ro thenbach Shotl if f Porterf ield M Peterson C. Popanz Pr iel ipp Newel 1 M. Popanz Pozzani s DO YOU REMEMBER? hvv ;gVou«gM V. SPORTS — 23 — i FIRST ROW--Brady, Mascot; Wright, Pozzani, Lo«e, Ellis, Bennett, Cannell, Andrews, Berens, Coach Ellis. SECOND RO W - - Ca r p e n t e r , Manager; Waugh, Peterson, Harrison, Shotliff, Basse, Dwyer, Bottimer, Wilcox, Reimer, Manager. THIRD ROW- - J a c kov i t c h , Sund, Hopp, Smith, Cork, Matteson, Schroeder. MAJOR LETTER WINNERS Jim Bratt Phil Busker Jack Funk Harry Fisher Rich Gleasman Lee G 1 e a s ma n Da le Mof f i t t Rich MacDona Id Rog MacDona Id John McDona Id John For t e r Harold Strack Don Waugh Gene Wensel Bob Sherman Fred Fr i sk Ron Crane Joe Zinnecker MOST VALUABLE PLAYER John McDonald CO -CAPTAINS Jack Funk Joe Zinnecker VARSITY RECORD WE THEY MINOR LETTER WINNE K Oregon T 19 12 M t . Mor r i s H 27 6 Bud Andrews Wis.Sch. for Deft. H 33 13 Butch Bi ge I ow ♦Harlem T 14 6 Lawrence Carter So. Beloit H 28 14 Roger Davies ♦Aquin H 19 Don Hopkins Rkfd West Jr. Varsity H 33 Wayne Schmidt Polo T 27 19 Ray Andrews Del Ha s se Jr. Varsity Jim Carroll Bruce Co r k Roo s eve 1 1 19 13 Bill Ma t t eson So. Beloit 7 Jim Schroeder Jane s VI 1 1 e 13 12 Paul Ellis Linco I n 12 19 Paul Cannell Rooseve 1 t 18 27 Jim Berens Linco 1 n 7 13 Karl Peterson • Janesv i 1 le 13 13 Ly 1 e Hopp ♦Conference games Dave Bottimer Allen Sund Lee Reimer, Manage CAPTAIN r De 1 Ha s s e VICTORY BANQUET PNH V ' V SHARK CHAMPS B. Sherman, L. Carter, G. Wensel, R. Crane, W. Schmidt R. Davies, H. Strack, J. Br a t t , H. Andrews J. Funk, J. McDonald J. Porter, L. Gleasman J. Brady, J. Zinnecker, J. Funk, Kelsey « »■■ D. Moffitt, R. Gleasman H. Fisher, J. Zinnecker P. Busker, D. Hopkins E .JJ ' Waugh, MacDonald, Frisk, Bigelow , MacDonald SQUAD RECORD WE THEY Durand T 45 50 Ore gon H 43 40 » Aq u i n T 39 31 So. Beloit H 33 37 ♦Kirkland T 40 29 Ore gon T 42 57 Har lem H 45 48 Bro . Dut ton T 30 57 St. Thomas T 37 41 Aqii in H 28 43 •So. Beloit T 30 39 Dur and T 28 39 ♦Kirkland H 42 39 Bro. Dut ton H 47 24 ♦Harlem T 37 56 D. Hopkins, Manager; Coach Kelsey, R. Crouch, A. Sund , D. Bottimer, D. Hasse, R. Gleasman, D. Ackerman. COMMENTS BY COACH KELSEY " B " SQUAD Richard Gleasman was high scorer and most improved player. The whole squad was very " A " SQUAD The best Hononegah team in the last 12 years. The highest scoring team in the school ' s history with 1157 points in 21 games, for a 55 point per game average, won the Shark Conference championship by winning 7 and losing only one game to Aquin at Freeport, The team took 2nd place in the eight team Marengo holiday tournament. Joe Zinnecker high scorer with 249 points was elected Captain. Jack Funk and Joe both won four major letters in basketball. Other seniors who will be missed in 52-53 are John Porter, Ron Crane, Duane Dixon and Lee Gleasman. Outstanding game was the 79-57 defeat of Kirkland at Kirkland. KNEELING: Anderson, Cannell, Peterson, Schroeder, Hopp, Fleming, Shotliff, Cork, Coach Warren Ellis. STANDING: Wilcox, Case, Hauling, Mellon, Buchs , Berens, Lowe, Jackovitch, Stien, Manager, JR. H. S. RECORD South Beloit South Beloit St. Marys Lincoln Brother Dutton Roose ve 1 t Lincoln Janesv i 1 le Rooseve 1 t Brother Dut ton Janesvi I le THEY WE THE Ron Cr ane THROUGH Coach George Kelsey Duan e D i xon HOOP Ha r r y Fi she Joe Zinnocker CAPTAIN Joe Zinnecker Gene Wensel IP?. A ARSITY RECORD John Po r t e r WE THEY 1 o i t •Varsity St •Aq •So Du •Ki Be •Ha -Ro •Co - To Thomas u i n t h Be 1 o rand r k 1 a nd 1 o i t Jr Varsity r 1 em ckford We St nference games urnament games 77 S9 47 40 45 60 57 55 65 79 47 52 59 44 52 50 69 59 56 47 46 53 45 54 38 62 49 47 64 25 57 59 40 66 41 42 31 34 58 49 35 62 ¥. Jack Fun! MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Joe Zinnecker A Lee G i e Gi easman — 27 — INDIANS SCALP SO. BELOIT 28-12 p s Good Indian tackle! Half time! On October 12, before a crowd of over 2,000, our Indians scalped the South Beloit Sobos by a score of 28-12- Excellent playing was shown by both teams but with the kicking of Johnny McDonald and the running of Jack Funk the Sobos were unable to even tie us. After the game the Seniors had the home- coming dance with Don Dockers or- chestra from Beloit furnishing the mus ic . Popular senior Queen , Peggy The queen and the co-captains. Rigotti was crowned by So, Beloit captain Ed Wilson and co-captain Jack Funk was crowned by So. Beloit queen, Nancy Qundry- Other Mem- bers of the court were Senior Qer- rie Mallicoat escorted by Lee Gleasman, Katy Foster escorted by Ron Crane, Junior Donna Brady es- sorted by Harold Fisher, Sophomore Be tty Mallicoat escorted by Gene Wens e 1 and Freshmen De lores Moffitt escorted by John McDonald, Last minute instructions! of So. Beloit few gains HOMECOMING 1951 » .4 0M£ O f - p,,,,. II Homecoming Court Senior Attendants CI imax ! ! Trimming the Goalposts?? i t Queen Peggy and King Jack Kf in m ' 9f [ 1 A • «««r ' ' » H k r S ™ 1 More Attendants At the Dance It will be many years before Hononegah students forget the little 140 pound ' ' mighty raite ' ' who stole the hearts and admiration of H.C.H.S. students and followers alike. Thus, beginning what we hope may become a tradition, the Mack staff pays tribute on this page to a little guy with a big heart, Johnny McDonald, the 1951 most valuable football player of the year. In scoring 14 touchdowns and 19 extra points, Johnny established himself as one of the leading scorers in Northern Illinois small schools with 103 points out of the 200 the whole team made. He played in eight games on both offensive and defensive plays. Johnny made all of the 27 points scored by the Indians. In the Polo game. 30 — ACTIVITIES — 31 — Cj. a. a. Funk, Galley, Johnson, Karnes, Byrne, Brown, Rigotti, Olmstead, Heinz, Robinson GAA (Girls Athletic Association) under the leadership of Mrs. Byrne, has an en- rollment of more than 90 girls. Officers elected this year are Loretta Brown, Presi- dent, Katie Foster, Vice President, and Donna Brady, Secretary and Treasurer. During the year there are sports like basketball, volleyball, track, baseball, swimming, bowling and other activities for these girls. One of the purposes of these activities is to give the girls activity and health points needed to get awards. The awards are, in the order they come, the numeral, 500 activity - 100 health, the ' ' H ' ' 1000 activity - 200 health, the ' •I ' " 1300 activity - 300 health, and the state map is 1600 activity - 400 health. When you ) a ve all four of these awards, you are elected for the Brain and Brawn Society. .O p , Olson, Carpenter, Gray, Lyford, Ma 1 1 i - coat, Stultz, McLean, Johnson, Foster, Sill, Graves, Wallace, O ' Brien, Radke, Nicholls, Brady, Griffe, Williams, Larson Brewster , Lo ve , Lo t z , Rob ins on , Sprightly, Mosher, Heinz Phelps, Miller, Patterson 32 — Cj. a. a. Popanz, Ellis, Hopkins, Peterson, 01ms . -ad, Whismen, Mellen, Miller Sprightly, Krienbrink, Brown, Carter, Ke 1 - s e y , La r son Bumstead, Johnson, Stockwell, George Bauling, Por t e r , McCle 1 1 an , Cannell, Showers Folyer, Bauling, Kocker, Gleasman, Hilker Riley, Brown, Biggert, Carter Hoglund, Mallicoat, Pearson, Burkins, Baldwin Mo f f i t t , Davenport Jones, Austin, Wilson Porterfield, Bolander Farrell, Rothenback — 33 — CLUB CHEERLEADERS FIRST ROW- -P-Ba Idwin, E-Williams, Mosher, Ellis, P-Folyer. SECOND ROW - -P - La r s on , N. Brown, E- McLean, Popanz, Graves, P-L-Brown, Pearson, THIRD ROW- -P-He i nz , Hopkins, E-Karnes, P-Sill, V. Robinson. FOURTH ROW - - P - Hi a t t , G. Ma 1 1 i - coat, E-Kelsey, P-Phelps, H. Robinson. FIFTH ROW- -P-Hog lund , B. Mallicoat, Lotz, E-Olmstead, C. Popanz, Kothe, P-Foster, Kocher, C. Sprightly. ABSENT- -Love , L.Carter, M.Carter, Miss Markgraf. At the semester the ' Pep Club had a change in advisors. Miss Markgraff took over because Mr. Hembree had to give it up due to his heavy sched- ule in musical activities. The club this year, chose as their leaders, Russell Mosher, President, Ge r r i e Mallicoat, Secretary, and Jud i Heinz, Treasurer. During the year they held a dance and sold candy as money-making projects. The club this year purchased the uniforms for the cheerleaders. The uniforms will be left at the school for the next year cheerleaders to use. This project and the many skits they put on kept the Pep Club busy the whole year. c L U B FIRST ROW- -Mof f i t t , Zinnecker, Kelsey, Carpenter, Funk. SECOND ROW - - Bo t t i me r , Fisher, Strack, Porter. THIRD ROW-- Busker, Rich. MacDonald, McDonald, Sher- man, Bratt, Schmidt. FOURTH ROW--Frisk, Rog. MacDonald, Dixon, Mattison. FIFTH ROW- -Gleasman, Wensel, Carter, R.Gleasman. D. Brady, P. Mosher, D. Mo f f i t t C. Patterson. B. Funk, P. Rigotti, S. Stultz, Lars on. The ' ' H ' ' club of Hononegah High School is an organization for all the boys who win a major letter in track, basketball, and football. The Club is an active or- ganization and is of importance to the students and the school. It organizes games and tournaments, aids in intra- mural competition, and promotes, provides, and maintains good school citizenship, and good fellowship among the athletes in the school. The organization sponsors a dance or some similar money making project to raise funds to carry on these activities. They make it an annual function to attend one major league ball game or a Western Con- ference football game. F H A SEATED--Mrs. Craig, v. Garner, Sec.; Kocher, Pres.; Mosher, v. Pres.; Sprightly, Treas.; Mrs, Littlewood. FIRST ROW- - B al dw i n , Mellon, Patterson, Hoglund, Holmes, Barber, Bender, L. Carter. SECOND ROW - - Hop k i n s , N. Garner, Bumstead, Molander, Lyford, Burkins, Krienbrink, Whismen, Ellis. THIRD ROW - - Pe a r s o n , Barlow, Peterson, Lotz, Brady, Aylesworth, Wallace, Moore, Olmstead. FOURTH ROW--Folyer, Phelps, Williams, Gleasman, Johnson, Olmstead, Kel- sey, Cannell, Foster, M. Carter. ABSENT--F. Galley, B. Reimer, R. Reimer, E. Stockwell. F F A SEATED--Mr. Huggins, D. Hauling, Sec; L. Gleasman, Pres.; R. Gleasman, V. Pres.; Carter, Treas.; Strack, Reporter. FIRST ROW--Patch, Lyford, C. Dahlberg, Waugh, Durdin, A. Gleas- man, Houser, Rigotti. SECOND ROW- - C a r p e n t e r , R. Andrews, Lewis, Kramer, Mo f f i t t , Case, Bates. THIRD R0W--Popan2, Nutt, Buchs, Cannell, Peterson, Gray, Keiser, Fridley. FOURTH SOW--H. Dahlberg, Magnuson, Fleming, Reimer, Cork, Dwyer, Sill. Mackley, H. Andrews. ABSENT- - Acherman. SENIOR BAND FIRST ROW--Brady, Lotz, Brown, Barker, Davies, Cannell. SECOND ROW--Wensel, Fisher, Sprightly, Kocher, Hopkins, Patch, Ellis, Krienbrink, Truman, Bauling. THIRD ROW-- Johnson, Ke 1 s e y , J. Kocher, Dooley, Hilker, Bumstead, Porter, T. Kocher, Schmoldt, Sher- man. FOURTH ROW--Lukich, Heinz, Davenport, Mr. Hembree, Aylesworth, Moss, Showers. JUNIOR BAND FIRST ROW--Barber, George, LaPoint, Mr. Hembree, Jones. SECOND RO W - - 1 m s t e a d , Allen, Larson, Lowe. THIRD ROW--Kaul, Moore, Barlow, Whisman. FOURTH ROW - - B r e w s t e r , Dobson, Barker, Biggert, Carter. A B S E NT - - Po r t e r f i e 1 d , Riley. LIBRARY ' A collection of books or a building containing books ' is the definition the dictionary gives of library. But we know it ' s a place to look at magazines and do reference work, too- The librarians have done a fine job of keeping things in order and their decorations help make the lib- rary an enjoyable place to spend your leisure ti me . Few of us realize the long hours and end- less work that goes into the library. We here at H.C.H.S. are very fortunate to have a library so well stocked that we can write themes and essays without leaving the school. The work must, of course, fall on someone, that someone be- ing Miss Englund who has the hard job of keeping the books in spic and span order so we all may enjoy them. Shirley Johnson, Matteson, Bates, Johnson, Gleasman, Miss Englund, Carpenter, Lyford, Fo 1 ye r . CHORUS FIRST ROW--Mr. Hembree, Burkins, Patterson, Wallace, Dahlberg, Brown SECOND ROW--Lyford, Brewster, Mackley, Dobson, Barlow, Larson. THIRD ROW--Carter, Bauling, Aylesworth, Lukich, Anderson, Folyer, C. Brown. FOURTH ROW- - Ro t henb ack , Johnson, M. Galley, Barker, Bottimer, Hilker, Williams, ABSENT- - Ga 1 1 e y , Houser, Moss, Riley, Schoonover. Funk, Bender Canne 1 1 SEATED--Mr. Miller, Frisk, F. Bauling, Williams, D. Bauling, P. Ellis, Miss Englund. STANDING--C. Ellis, Holmes, McLean, Johnson, Karnes, Olmstead, Mosher, Brown, Lyford, Sill, Robinson, Rigotti, Hallicoat, Galley, Gray. THIRD ROW- -O. E. Loomi s , Miss Van Vonderen. SEATED--Brady, Hasse, Funk, Sec.; Porter, Pres.; Nichoff STANDI NO -- E 1 1 i s , Kocher, Olmstead, C. Ellis, F- Bauling, V. Pres.; Mr. Miller. -38- f no • • • INDIAN 3H :ed :h 7 moug r the lining 7. ssist- work . wv.- 3 be- SECOND ROW- -Graves , Lyford, Johnson, Robinson. ' " o ' cloc , „ . - tier as its ikets are |1.00 for adults and [ chairman went to work preparing for in luuaj- FIRST ROW-- McClel Ian, Galley, Garner. gatm Ce will e Don Nicholas, Editor; Cynthia Sprightly, Miss -j III — Van Vonderen, Advisor. JLJill tal Lathe Work Properly spoken " , Kenneth Far- — ji_ — Tr ' -™!! !, + -eijie on the n 4th hour ne because ) much in ent - mean- word IRST ROW- -Sherman, Williams, Brady, Baldwin. 5C0ND ROW--Kocker, Basse, Aylesworth, Stogsdill, Lot z , Pat t e r son . way pipe way a pipe h a pipe? to stop Ent On M the mus Fulton, Illinois , tition. a Playii Preston Prances and Myi The Donna E Lotz, an- There Marilyn Sally Sp Marga Mary Lj solos. Five g Brady, c sax; Ma Sprightlj Sprighth Beverly Carpenter, aigilt ai The freshman Home Ec. class has finished the blouses and starts a food unit on March 11. The sophomore Home Ec. is sew- ing on summer cottons. Home Ec III finished the cafeteria unit Friday. They served an F.H.A. luncheon today. Starting Monday of this week Mrs. Craig will teach a two- weeks ' hospitality unit. The Indian Staff is an or- ganization of students res- ponsible for the school pap- er, which is published week- ly, in co-operation with the Rockton Herald. The paper keeps the students and the public well informed on Jctrical pot events and activities of the school. e ciusK leauei iii uiawiug loi uie nt time is Dnane Ackerman, In English II 7th hour. Mrs. Byrne — Ronny Patch, use Ar men ' ist? : durin classe ute w far tl with words Cyntb class witn 4a words per minute. Marlene Graves has also produced the most amount of mailable letters She has typed 12, while Loretta Brown, the ne.xt highest, has 8. SfanKee " , wil The F. F. seeds. " Earthb Honoi An asseml: during secon " arch 3. K( esent " Es iins and r re. We l earn ng discharf the future g the tides, 3del of api d double s There is much hard work and planning involved in produc- ing the paper on time. This task has been handled very efficiently by the sponsor, " assembl; Miss Van Vonderen, and ed- ent. itor, Don Nicholas. Editor, Do Asst, Ed,, Writers: Aylesworth, Stogsdill, Ma terson, Bever and Carole t - Typists: M inson, Marga ner, and Sh HONONEGAH COMING EVENTS Friday, Feb. 29, the noon hour bas- ketball skeg calls for Sund ' s team to rival Schmidt ' s. Tuesday, March 4, Crane vs. Bottimer and Thursday, THE I MACK STAFF Bev Olmstead EDITOR ' S COMMENT The other day I was digently trying to get the last pages proof read when a question popped into my mind. I asked myself Does everyone know who made this Mack possible? ' I decided that everyone should know. Jack Funk, Bob Roger Davies. Sherman, Fred Frisk, SEATED--Russell Mosher, Lee Qleasman. Katie Foster, Veronica STANDING- -Duane Dixon Gray. Peg Rigotti, Audrey McLean, Helen Robinson, Gerrie Mallicoat, Joan Karnes. Of course, nothing could be done without mon- ey- To get money, we sold subscriptions and ads. At the head of the ads was Lee Gleasman who with Katie Foster and Duane Dixon pulled the money to make this Mack possible. Next the writers. The people who do a lot of work and get no credit for it. This job went to Gerrie Mallicoat, Helen Robinson, Ver- onica Gray, Russell Mosher, and Jack Funk. Then there ' s the artist who does all kinds of odd jobs, this is Bev Olmstead. Then, of co ' jrse, every Mack must have photographers. These busy boys who run i n come s ha rd caiii. j uxLi i. ji E n a a a i. n a y a be at the time I needed him and was ___ _ cheerful and willing to help when things were going rough. But the one person I especially want to thank is Miss Van Vonderen. When •-U:»r.c 1»»U »,4 nc « ' 1 .. r, U ...» ..IJ want to thank is Miss Van Vonderen. When things looked as though we would never have a Mack, she was always there with a kind word to cheer us up. Words cannot express the patience and understanding she has shown us in producing this Mack, We, the staff of ' 52 hope that you, the student body, like the ' 52 Mack. We have tried some new ideas and we hope you all like them. Thanks a million staff of ' 52 for your co- operation and willingness to help. Good Luck staff of ' 53. Shirley Stultz Editor — 40 — Joe Zinnecker, Bus. Manager; Miss Van Vonderen, Shirley Stultz, Editor. " QUIET PLEASE " A COMEDY IN ONE ACT Directed By MARJORIE MARKGRAF y On March 7, 1952, ' ' Qu iet Please ' the Junior Class presented a one act comedy, which was enjoyed by everyone present. The play was centered around two stubborn brothers. The broth- ers were not speaking because of some silly quarrel they had had about ten years ago. Their one room home was divided into half with a chalk line. Each half was exactly the same. They cooked their own meals and did their own cleaning. A group from the church come to their home and try to get the two brothers to make up. The brothers chase them out. Then a woman has car trouble and has to stay over night, A hilar- ious supper follows. Tbe stranger then makes both brothers sleep in the same bed. When she leaves in the morning, the two brothers make up. They erase the chalk line and are friends once more. The brothers talk about their quarrel of ten years ago. They soon start arguing about who started the argument. The chalk line is again drawn on the floor. The minister comes back to try and settle things but he gets shoved out the door before he can say a word. The br9thers end up not speaking while everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves watching the feud. CHARACTERS OF THE PLAY Jeff, a farmer Gene Wens el Judd, his brother .... Bill Matteson Mattie Shirley Larson Rev. Andrews Richard Holrabeck Jessica - . . . DonnaBrady Josie Marilyn Phelps Catherine, a stranger . .Marlene Graves I ADVERTISING — 43 — BLANKENBERG PHOTOGRAPHERS PRODUCERS OF FINE SCHOOL ANNUALS KANKAKEE, ILLINOIS PRODUCERS OF THE MACK OF 1952 — 44 — GOOD LUCK SENIORS a UAeU done THE CREW AT THE HUB ROCKTON, ILLINOIS — 45 — MAM.KY SAND COMPANY ' Industrial Sands " for Foundries - Glass - Special Uses Comp 1 iments ROCKTON of HARDWARE THE ROCKTON HARDWARE OF DEPARTMENT ALL KINDS STORE ROCKTON ILLINOIS Phone 95 ROCKTON, ILLINOIS -46 Comp I iment s of EDDIES GROCERIES Phillips 66 MEATS ROCKTON, ILL. QUALITY FOODS Compliments HOPKINS o f CORKS FOOD MART Phone 2 7 AND SONS ROCKTON, ILL. DELIVERY ' ' Say it with flowers ' ' Belo ' d Jlonal Co. SERVICE BELOIT , WIS. Phone- Co 1. 2580 321 State St. N£W£ii COMPANY General Store ROCKTON SHIRLAND, ILLINOIS ILLINOIS Phone 146R3 — 47 — CONGRATULATIOSS CLASS OF ' ' 52 ' ' WAIilOX WHEEL ROCKTON, ILLINOIS Compliments of THE COTTAGE Gifts - Cards ROSCOE, ILLINOIS Phone 13-14 HURLEY ' S GARAGE Compl e te Auto Repairs ROCKTON, ILLINOIS Comp 1 imen t s of ROCKTON, ILLINOIS ROCKTON SHOE STORE SHOE REPAIRING NEW SHOES CLEANING 48 SHIRLAND GRAIN IMPLEMENT CO. SALES AND SERVICE CASE, NEW IDEA, AND GEHL FARM MACHINES Phone: ROCKTON 146R11 or 146R13 SHIRLAND, ILLINOIS KRLEGER SPORT SHOP L. A. Krueger, Mgr. ' ' ' Southern Wiscons ' ms " Spori Center McGregor Goldsmith Sporting Goods Equipment Hunting-Boats-Model Airplanes Fi shing-Footbal 1 -Basebal 1 -Gol f Mo t o r s - Sp o r t s w e a r - Sk a t e s Basketball Phone: College 6340-426 Pleasant Street SPROLIL BROS. RADIO, TELEVISION SALES SERVICE FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES Phon e 44R3 ROCKTON, ILLINOIS Congratulations To The Class of ' ' 52 ' ' GAYTON FEED MILL Phone 43 ROCKTON, ILLINOIS 49 — HOPKINS LUMBER AND FUEL BUILDING MATERIALS - FENCING PAINTS and HARDWARE Phone 16 - ROCKTON , ILLINOIS Congratulations ' ' Say it with flowers ' ' RiMcae Sa i S4 £.manue TltQ riotiit ROSCOE, ILLINOIS BELOIT , WIS . Phone: Grand 360-413 Broad Street TEED ' S Compliments of STANDARD SERVICE Catherine and Art At Atlas Tires and Batteries " THE MAIN " ROSCOE, ILLINOIS Phone : 1 23R22 — 50 — ROSCOE CHAMBEP of COMMERCE ADVERTISING-DONATION FUND Mary Role 1 1 e Geo„ McDonald John Jensen Fred Crawford Les Fry Geo, Czerwonka Milt Popanz A. J. Dwyer Cobby Rogers Porter Brothers Grant Ritter Pete Burton John Kelley Vic Wallace Marsh Hodges Dr. Ray Hardy Mer 1 e Bond Oscar Anderson Hank Finley Wm. Budd Bob Poorman Glenn Ro 1 let te Pe t e r s Br os . Al Ascan i L 1 oyd Teed Don Vincent Wm. H. Dwyer MEMBERS OF COMMUMITY REGULATIONS FUND Beloit Citizens Loan Co. Beloit Daily News Beloit Foundry Company Beloit Lumber Co. Crowley Oil Fuel Co. Dougan Guernsey Farms Goodenough Music Service Jackson Monument Corp. Rock River Lumber Fuel Co. Rosman, Uehling Kinzer Wisconsin Power Light Co. Wright Wagner Dairy Co. Yates - Amer ican Machine Co. Hotel Hilton Bredeson Bros . Geor ge Bros - E.L.Chester Co. Go Idbe r g s Fourth Street Stores Har ris Store McNe any ' s R. T. Morrill Reitler Clothing Co. Van Wart Agency L. B. Yagla Murkland Shoe Store Hulbert Winger Be lo i t Iron Works Beloit State Bank Fa i r banks -Mor s e Co. Freeman Shoe Corp. Gardner Machine Co. National Clothing House Second National Bank Warner Electric Brakes Wisconsin Knife Works Beloit Bus Co. Goodall Oil Co. — 51 — Wend Quijj- e uLlce COMPLIMENTS OF GULF OIL PRODUCTS GOOD YEAR TIRES AND TUBES ZfNNECKER ' S ROCKTON, ILLINOIS ROCKTON, ILLINOIS GREEN MANUFACTURING CO. 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