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Page 54 text:
On April twenty-second last, there was held in the Chamber of Commerce
Rooms the event' which is always looked forward to by every member of the
Junior and Senior classes, the Junior-Senior reception.
At 7:00 thc rush started. those who were in the receiving line getting there
first and shaking hands cordially with each guest.
Eaeh elevator from seven-thirty to eight brought up from ten to fifteen
people and at eight-thirty all were seated at the tables.
The first thing of course was the meal which consisted of the following
FRESH FRUIT COCKTAIL
CHICKEN IN PATTIES MASHED POTATOES
BUTTERED BEETS BROWN GRAVY
HOT ROLLS BUTTER
COMBINATION FRESH VEGETABLE SALAD
DATE NUT PUDDING
VVHIPPED CREAM HARD SAUCE
CAFE NOIR MINTS
After the dinner came the program. The Program was eleverly gotten up
with quotations from great authors for titles.
The first toast was the address etf welcome hy Emerson Carey, Jr., ,23, under
the title t'To say you are welcome were superfluous." The response under the
title HI hold you welcome, dear. sir," was given by Jolm Knightly '22, Then
there was a talk Mllosom up my counsel, you 'll find it wholesomef' by Carl
Bloom ?23, giving in a friendly way. of course, advice to the Seniors for years
to come. The next talk, t'And bring with thee jest and youthful jollity," an
amusing and very clever talk by Mary Louise Donovan. The next talk given by
Miss Gibbons was entitled 'tTrue happiness consists not in the multitude of
friends but in their Worth and ehoicef' This pictured to us the lasting friend-
ships which are made when we are going through High School and showed us
that after all the most important years are spent in old ll. H. S. After this,
Frances Blair. George Smith, and Fiske Mountain played a musical number,
'tMusie with her silver sound." Following. George Smith gave a toast Hlllingle
a little, folly, with your wisdomfl picturing to us, all the scrapes that the
Senior class had experienced. The next toast' was t'Syllables govern the XVorld,"
by John XVI-ay Young, '23, which was very witty and interesting. Dorothy
Emmert l23. played a piano solo which was indeed enjoyed by all. A toast,
'tRiveted. screwed to my memoryf' was given by Mariam King, '22, depicting to
us the past scenes of the class of twenty-two and told us many things with whieh,
heretofore, we had not been familiar. The program was finished with a number
by the Junior Quartet, 4'And the night shall be filled with niusiefl
Thus the Hone" affair of the year was drawn to a elose and this evening will
always be a choice event in the memory of all those present.
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