Akron High School - Golden Haze Yearbook (Akron, IN)
- Class of 1957
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years Io the invigorating "Rook and RoII". In our
own Iives we too have grown from the Isi arade
and I'RocIc A Bye Babyu to our Iast and IinaI yeear.
Yes, our "MEMORIES ARE MADE OE THIS".
"IT HIIII TII BE YUU"
Dedication . .
In appreciation for the interest and encourage-
ment exercised in the past six years, we the Senior
Ciass, dedicate the Golden Haze of I957 to our
sponsor, Miss Imogene Mavis.
HTHHUUGH THE YEARS"
HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY
GRADE SCHOOL FACULTY
4th 6. 5th GRADE
Ist CS 2nd GRADE
MR. CUMBERLAND, OUR TRUSTEE
The Senior Class of l957 wish to extend their
thanks to Mr. Cumberland for the Work he has done
in making the school better and the surroundings
"HAIL TU THE IlHElF"
MR. DEATON, OUR PRINCIPAL '
Throuh our four years in high school Mr.
Deaton has helped us to conquer our troubles and
inspired us to our triumphants. We Seniors Wish to
express our sincere thanks for the assistance given
by Mr. Deaton from our "Green Years" to our
In this, his 24th year of
continuous service, We
wish to thank Mr. Rouch
for his helpfulness. Mr.
. Rauch cooperates with
our school, offering help-
ful advice concerning our
"FRIENDLY PEHSUllSlUN" High School Faculty
Mr. Gordon Heltzel
Mxritli :fer Cillfh'
Tnugh' 7 yeirs
Miss Mable Bevington
36lU Raymcrzzl Avenue
Fort Wayne, Indiana
BS. iii Educate:
Taught 12 years
Arf :sid English
Mr. Wcxyne Gilbert Yuger
R R l
Tcuqhf l yec r
Mrs. Marion Dyer
Rural Route 5
University of Chicag
Taught lO years
Speech :id English
M 3: Imogene Mavis
307 Vv'i.f.' l2fh
.l'.iir,iir" l' 5.1111
Tiuqih' ll yi-77:
Riri :Wi Cfxcrri
Mr. Roy E. Meredith
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Tauzhf 25 yezrs
Hps':ry 'zr l M152
Mrs. Mary Ginn
lUU9 E. Qin Street
Bill SU' TC-iii
'liizrzh' I4 yr-"1
Mr. Lawrence Cushman
Taught 5 yea:
Bioloay, Science ani
Mrs. Grace Waechter
Tauahit 2l years
Mr. Alfred F. Mathiesen
HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY
Mrs. Noreen Erlenbach
Silver Lake, lndianc'
lniiana State Teach
Tauahi 2 years
Mr. Iohn Alden Wilcox
lnoliana State Teach
Tauaht 8 years
Mrs. Martha Shireman
Akron, lridiani: Akron, lnflzana
Wzsconszn Colleaf Purdue University
Purdue Urttverszty HS,
lvlanchcstcr College lenght 2 ye
B.E lnlozne Econoni
Tauaht l8 years
Mr. Waldo L. Adams
University ol Chicago
Tiiuaht 23 years
History and Social
SE N I 0 R S
Ron :ld Kuhn
Hi-Y 2,345 Clfzss Se: Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Vcrsliy 3
3, Pres 45 Cheer l.e::sl- 4, lrlfxze Stall 45 Pl y
er 3, Haze Skill 45 Band CHS' 3, 45 Trclek 3, 4
l, Z, 3, 45 Chsrus l, 2, Sfuiierzf Ceuicil 3, 4
3, 4, Mlxefl Cherus l, 2 Fifi Ufher 3.
3, 4, Pliy Cdr 3, 4,
Marcia Renee Meredith
Surwshghe 2, 3, 4, V
Pres 3, Soriq Leader 45
Haze Siczfl Associefe
Editor 3, Eclifor 4, Band
l, 2, 3, 45 Che.ub l, 2,
3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3,
4, Play Ccsf 3, 45 Class
Repsrfer 25 Blue Nefes
3, 4, Biff. Usher 3
Class Pres. l, Z5 Sfuclerri
Council 45 Plriy Cas! 3,
45 Versify 3, 45 Softball
l, 2, 3, 45 Baseball l, 2,
3, 4, Vcllevbzll 2, 3, 45
Track l, 2, 3 4, Baskef-
bzzll Kgig 3, Chorus i,
2, 3, 45 Mgxed Chorus
l, 2 3, 4, H1-Y 2, 3, 4,
SQfrGfeAfITIS 35 Haze
Simi 4, C:::1:r1f-rlceruefzf
Helen Elaine Huppert
Surzshzfte 2, 3, 4, H1
ericm 45 Aero Sell 4
Hixze Sfcrli 4, B225 l
2, 3, 4, Ziii Sgt 4, Ch
tus l, 2, 3, 45 Mzx
Chcfxisa 2, 3, 4, Flex
Circ? 3, 4, Blue :fig 3
FFA 3 4, Reporter 4
Hue Sifill 4, Sh
Ferewl-rm l, 2, 35 I-lifY 3
Ronald Iones l0hl'l Gllbeff
l-li-Y 2,3,4, Class Sas.
6- Treas. lg V. Pres. 2,
Varsxty 3, 4, Haze Stall
4, Chorus l, Play Cast
3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Scif-
ball l, 2, 3, 4, Vcllcy
ball 2 3 4, Ca111:11Erif9-
IIlSITf Usher 3
Surisnxrie 3, 4 Press
:lent 4, Sfudeif Coutu-
r':l 2, Ae-rc Sfafl 4,
Haze Siaff 4, Chorus l
2 3, 4, Mixed Chcrus
3 4, Play Cast 3, 4,
3, Basketball Queen 2
Gilead FFA l 13,
Play Case 3, Tvs.-14 1, T 4 H 2 D 1+
2, Saltball 1, 2, 3, hw lb V V1
Akron Haze Siatl 4, J 2 S 3 VC! 3 4
RFA4 3 D14 S'Vall2
'ohn W. Ramsey
HPY 2' 31 Varsity 3' 41 H1-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain
Haze sm 4, Play ces: 41 C1255 Tfeawef 3l 41
3' 4, TTU:-k ly 2' 3' 4, Aera Sic1fl4, Haze Stall
Vslleybjp 3 4, Play Cast 3, 4, Can-
feer. Manaaer 3, 4
Te' Rebecca Oliver
Cheer Leader l, Aero
Stall 4, Haze Staff 4,
Band 2, 3, 4, lst Sat. 4,
Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Play
Cast 3, 4, Class Report-
er l, 3, 4, Blue Notes 3,
Sfafl 4, Chorus l, Mix-
Play Cas' 3, 4, Cam-
mencezueii Usher 35
flezit Ceuhcll Reporter
Karel E. Hollingsworth
Haze Stall 4, Band l, 2,
3, 4, Play Cast 3, Siu-
clenf Council Chairman
Charles Davxd Saner
'We 'a. - A
Carol Skillen Helen Louise Wood
Class Sec. 6. Trees. 2, Suishine 2, 3, 4 His-
Sec. 4, Haze Sfcll 4, forzzzn 3, Cheer Leader
Play Cast 4, Sfudertf l, Aero Stcfl 4, Haze
Council l V Pres 3. Staff 41 B375 l' Z! 3x 4:
2511i Lieuf 4, Chcfus l
2 3 4, lflxed Chsrus 2.
3 4, Play C5151 3, 4,
Blue Ncfas 3, -1, Carn-
rzmfricrneit Uslmfr 7
Mlke Colbert Paul Leonard Murphy
Class Officer V. Pres, HPY 2' 3' 41 A975 5lUll
2, Haze sagff 4, Band 2, 42 FF-A 31 4 Tffvs 4:
3' 4? Ccpmm 4 Stcxcze Mgr. 3, 4, Slu-
Genavee COX butiinzie Z, 3, 4, A-:ro
Aer- sw 4, H129 Sfalf gffff llvlilgllifd fl , T20
4: Plav Cast 4, Baci. '-WA ' W" "' 24'
Usher 3 Cilcrus l, 2 3, -1, Mix-
ed Chorus 2 3, 4, Play
Cast 3, 4, Blue Notes
Rox Lee Exler O wer Powell
HAY 2 3 4, Cie'-iw H.-Y 2 3 4, Hfwris Sic..
init' S, Aer: Sffff' 4, 4, Bjwiil I 2 3 4, Chi- ,ah
l-lin? Sift 4, Chime Z 'Qs 2 3, Fl' A 4, T'N1fK Q
3 4, lvlixfi C5371 1 '3 l, 2, Bin'-lull 1 2 3 4
4, PHX' CSS' 4 S?f'b'1ll l, Z, A 4
Norma Szcks Donna Rose Clark
4, l,1b"i",' Sift 4, AW: gif. 4, H125
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HMUMENTS T0 llEMEMllEll"
The story of the graduating class of 1957 is really some-
thing. .As years have gone by, people have watched us do
everything from performing in those famous operettas to
having a mock election in our senior year. Now these same
spectators are watching us as we venture out into this big
world. Twenty-two of us have been togetfher for the full
twelve years. These are as follows: Bill Ward, Iohn Ramsey,
Oliver Powell, Paul Murphy, Helen Wood, Marcia Meredith,
Barbara Shriver, Carol Skillen, Helen Huppert, lill Ault,
Donna Clark, Genavee Cox, Charles Saner, Don Fellers, Bob
Hattery, Ronnie Kuhn, Iohn Gilbert, Larry Krieg, Rex Eiler,
Horace Barnes, Ron Iones, and Leroy Kirk.
To go back to the very beginning, wihich started in 1945,
there were 48 little angels under the watchful eyes of Mrs.
Sisulak -and Miss Heltzel. lt was all very new and 'te
lfiascgnoting to us but we soon settled down and tried very
ar o remember those ABC s.
Aflef Sl'-ldtfiflg our ABC's quite hard, in 1946, we found
ourselves confronted with another new adventure, the
second grade. Under the leadership of Miss Swick and Mrs.
Bevington, we continued learning our three r's. Say, do you
remember the days when we went over to Mary Beik's and
bought candy with our precious pennies?
All ready we were in our third year wit-h Miss Showalter
and Miss Swick at the head of our classes. Do you all re
member those terrible multiplication tables that were drilled
into us for so long?
At last we were upstairs and what a thrill! The fourth
grade teachers were Miss Swick and Mr. Brewer with 45
future seniors in the classes. Say, one question to you sen-
iors, did you ever have the urge to slide down that big long
banister? I did!
The fifth year of our schooling was really a big one! After
Christmas vacation, we moved over into the brand new
grade school. Miss Rose, Mrs. Becktelheimer, and Mrk
Brewer helped us to become accustomed to our new build-
Mrs. Brewer prepared us for moving over into the high
-school in our sixth year. Another big event in our lives that
year, 1950, was the annual operetta, "In The Land Of Dreams
Come True." Steve Krieg, Ron Kuhn, Helen Huppert, and
Marcia Meredith were four of the main characters, with the
rest of the class backing them up. Remember the "magic-
Seventh grade and were we lost! All those rooms and
stairs. man, we were in a dither! Our sponsor for that year
was Mr. McCarter. There were 40 of us roaming around the
high school building tryng our best to get to classes on time.
Our eight years of school weren't much more than a pre-
paratory course for the four years of high school. Our big
moment in that year was our eighth grade graduation. Miss
Mavis and Mr. McCarter gave us our diplomas.
At last the big and wonderful high school and there we
were as "greenies!" Our sponsors were Miss Mavis and Mr.
McCarter who helped us through our first year of high
school. Our class officers for our Freshman year were the
following: President, Larry Krieg, Vice-President, Bob Hat-
tery: Secretary-Treasurer, Ron lones. Koleen Yimeigh, Bill
Iones, Steve Krieg, Charles Martin, Rose Flohr, and Pat Kelly
lefft us in this year. Thirty-seven of us stumbled through our
first year Latin and Algebra.
S.S.S. and Hi-Y came to us in ou' Sophomore year includ-
ing those horrible initicrtions. Our :lass officers for that year
were the following: President, Larry Krieg: Vice-President,
Ron Jones: Secret-ary-Treasurer, Carol Skillen.'Kay Landis,
Betty Parker, and Gene Harper left us in this year. We had
our first of many money-making projects, an all-school skat-
ing party. It was a huge success despite the many falls and
spills that occurred.
At last to our own amazement we were juniors and having
Miss Mavis and Mr. Parker as sponsors. Early in the year
we elected class officers which were the following: Presi-
dent, Bob Hatteryg Vice-President, Mike Colbertg Secretary,
Ron Kuihng Treasurer, Bill Ward.
Class rings to choose, magazines to sell, and selling att the
canteen during the ballgames took up a lot of our time. To
entertain the community, we chose three one act plays: "Be-
ware the Bear", "T-he Storm", and "The Trystring Place",
with Mr. Parker to dire-ct them. Putting aside the first night
jitters, we all had a good time doing the plays and also at
the party afterwards. Remember the bets that were on dur-
ing the plays! Another big event was the Iunior-Senior Re-
ception at the Key Hotel art which we all seemed to have a
good time. Sue Tilden left us in that year and two new mem-
bers, Mike Colbert and Dick Shamp, joined our class.
Our eagerness to become seniors soon came to an end as
we entered this, the twelfth year of schoo1..lt isn'ft as much
fun to be a senior as our underclassmen might think it is.
For, now, you hold memories of bygone years and think of
all the things you'll have to face in the years to come. Oh,
yes, don't think it isn'ft fun to be a senior, but being one is
far better than having been one.
The becoming of seniors came under the guidance of Miss
Mavis and Mr. Heltzel as sponsors with Mr. Deaton as Prin-
cipal. As we glanced over our list of seniors, we found that
there had been a slight change in the number, from thirty-
four in our lunior year to twenty-eight in our Senior year.
About our first class meeting we elected our officers for
our final year. They are as follows: President, Ron Kuhn:
Vice-President, Iohn Gilbertg Treasurer, Bill Wardg and
Secretary, Carol Skillen.
Marilyn Fenstermaker, Bonnie Wentzel, Charlene Iunhin,
and Dick S-hamp left us in our Senior year and Ernie Smoker
It wasn't too long after school had started until play prac-
tice began with Mr. Heltzel directing the plays. Again we
gave three one-act plays and again there were the first
night jitters. The names of the plays were "Station YYYY7,
"The Ieweled Hand', and "Goodnight Please." Our play
practices at times were a little hectic, but we managed-to
put on the plays with proceeds running into a very nice
Out of our class, we have had the honor to have spon-
sored several Basketball Kings and Queens. They have been
Horace Barnes, Larry Krieg, Iohn Gilbert, Barbara Shriver,
and Erma I-lartzler. 4
Trimming the Christmas tree and assembly, producing an
annual, lunior-Senior Reception, and the annual Senior Trip
were also very big operations in our last year.
On May 17, 1957, there were 23 diplomas handed out to
us and we knew that this was it! We were now on our ow-n
to make the best of our lives in what ever career we had
The class colors - Royal Bluie and White
Flower - Carnation
Motto - "What we are is a gift from God.
- What we are to be is a gift to God."
This concludes the history of the Class of 1957. We, the
Seniors, hope that you will gain as much pleasure out of
reading this as we have in making it.
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"IT ISN'T HElL"
I couldnit 'help reflecting, as I laid aside the morning issue
of 'the World Times. that only seven years ago Paul Murphy
had grad-u-ated with the class of '57, now here he was, tthe
edlltor of this world-wide syndicated newspaper. "I wonder
how his classmates have fared." So saying, I picked up my
hat, went out, and was about to hail a cab when a Ford
Fllatihead V8 hot rod, comiplete with dual manifold, headers,
and special ignition pulled up beside me and the driver
asked if he could take me someplace. "Charles .Saner!" I
"Yeah, I guess I can',t leave cars alone," he grinned. As I
settled myself in tlhe front seat I asked 'him if he knew any-
thing about this classmlates, "Not m-udh. I do know Donna
Clark and Karel I-lollinfgswonth fhave the K Gr D Dress Shop
dhain specializing in petit sizes. Norma Sicks married and
is still living in Akron."
As we came to the mddle of -the block, a shapely, honey-
haired dtamsel wearing dark glasses 'turned the corner ahead
of uis. I had gotten a glimpse of her and ordered Charles to
speed up and catch lier before she disappeared. This
woman was Lili Oarla Sohillen, the renown actress tirom
Vienna, she had 'told reportersl who disliked fans and
uwahntted to be lef' alon'." I had seen her pictures in the
paper this morning, the face was familiar and I was positive
I knew 'her from somewthere, but I couldn'rt recall when or
wlhere. Her hurrying footsteps were no match for the car,
though, and we were beside her in a matter of seconds.
Opening the car door, I asked her if perhaps she would care
to ride instead of -tiring 'herself walking. "Aw, turn blue!"
she replied and duacked inlto an alley and was soon out of
sight. 'Dhen it came to me! Lili Carla was none otfher than
hily Cfarol Sklillen back at AHS. "From Vienna yet," I
.Back in the car, I turned on the radio and was nearly
deafened by an advertisement for Smoker Smoked Sausages.
Ernie was doing very well with his business, thanks to Bar-
bara Shriver Iohnson, a westdcoast housewife who had sold
him her sausage recipe lor a large sutm of money. With that
money she hlad backed a struggling clothes designer, now,
Iill Aulrt was acclaimed by iashlion experts all over tlhe
world. Bat she wasnt exclusively a clothes designer. She
ilhxsftrated books and was currently in Madrid with an ex-
hibition of her charcoal drawings. lust then I remermlbered a
small item in the morning paper saying she would return
today, so Charles and I raced to Gill:-ert's airport. Hahn had
struck oil wlhile digging around and had donated part of his
millions for the avirportl
As the passengers left the plane, they regrertfzully said
their farewells to the pretty stewardess, Helen H-uppent, and
the pilots, Larry Krieg and Ronnie Iones. Finally, Iill ap-
peared and after a flurry of greetings, I asked her what she
knew about her classmates. "Everything," she answered and
rattled oft in rapid succession that: Ill Ioycelyn Moore- had
gone to Paris to study music but was distracted by a Frenah
sculptor. Now she's married and giving sculpturing lesson:
t2l Don Fellers was a matador in Spain, t3l Bill Ward was
a diplomatic courier and she had met him in Madrid where
they had luncvhed together and exchanged information about
Wvhile on a mission to Britain, Bill had met Rex Eiler who
had lived so long in London that he spoke with a clipped
British accent - a charming combination with that red hair
and regal name. 'Ilhen flying to Africa, Bill had met Leroy
Kirk w-ho was on missionary dusty there. I-Ie had directed
Bill to Bob I-IatJtery's lodgings. fBob was an explorer and
big-game hunter along with 'his friend, 'Iack'.l The two men
had lunched together and Bill informed Bob that Becky
Oliver, having become disgusted with civilization and its
gustration, had gone to Haiti and become a 'calypso-voodo
Having told Oharles and me all she knew, Iill wenut on her
way. Before leaving the airport, I picked up a box of Gena-
vee's Gooey Goodies to take home. Again I turned on the
car radio and was immediately enveloped by the husky,
honey-dripping voice of Horace Barnes, radio's "Lonesome
Guy". I couldn't tolerate him, though. and switched to an-
other station just in time to hear Mike Co1bert's jazz band,
consisting, among others, of Oliver Powell on sax, anid lofhn
Ramsey on trumpet.
Charles took me home and as I stepped out, he said, "Oh,
I forgot to tell you, Helen Wood lhad gone outt West to be-
come a cowgirl in Colorado." "Thanks," I said and hurried
into the ehouse, I would really have to rush if I intended to
catch the early movie. Soon, I was dressed and on my way
to see Ronnie Kulhn and Marcia Meredith in the most pas-
sion' te remake of "Camille" since Gilbert and Garbo.
Signed: Becky Oliver
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"EVERYTHING I HIIVE IS YUUllS"
I, "Double W" WARD, being of superb mind and manly
features, will my destruotive powers in physics class to
Steve Harris in the hope that he doesn't get a front row
seat: my messy locker and al-I the "stale" ice cream which
the seniors couldn't sell, to Terry Watlgamiuth, and my deter-
mination to love all basketball referees to Coach Iohn Wil-
cox. The lucky recipients of my prized collection of Steven-
son and Kefauver buttons to Messrs. Roy E. Meredith and
Vern Cumberland. fI'm sure that all these things will be
I. BARBARA SHRIVER IOHNSON, do hereby will and be-
gueath my degree in matrimiony and my spefoial title of
Mrs." to Bet-ty Dawald in the hope that soon she will be
graduated from high school and into the sisterhood of brides.
I, OLIVER POWELL, will my ability to get along with Mr.
Deaton to anyone who can use it - I never could!
I, HELEN ELAINE HUPPERT, being in a state of confusion,
do hereby will and bequeath my ability to say to the right
people, the wrong thing and say it in the right place, art the
wrong time, to anyone who gets as confused as I.
I, RONALD KUHN, being mentally unstable and physically
likewise, stand here on the threshold of AHS with sadness
in my left hind pocket and white lily in my grimy little fist,
for I must leave this, this . . . year! I first wlilrl my lily to Gor-
don "Sweet Pea" Heltzel in hopes that he teaches horticul-
ture, I bequeath my position as Democrat Precinct Commit-
teeman of AHS to Mr. Adams, and last, I will my greatest
assert. that of being a zany, to all shy, on-coming seniors.
I, IOCELYN MOORE, before I pack my grits and gravy,
wish to moan the following: my madness for pounding the
stompbox to Ianet Hammond and my ability to cool it with
the guys to Mary Newcome, who thinks she needs it.
I, LARRY KRIEG, do hereby will and bequeath my motor-
cycle to Mr. Deaton to help him speed up his patrolling serv-
ices as he arrests guys and gals for skipping classes, also,
my spot on the varsity to Ross Burdtge in hopes he doesn't
get those dreadful mumps.
We, IILL AULT and MARCIA MEREDITH, not being sure of
our state of mind, do hereby will our ability to go to Eng-land
without leaving the United States to anyone who likes to
travel, also, our ability to get along with three of the "Four
Wonders" plus one!
I, DONALD "TIFFY" LEWIS FELLERS, hereby will and
bequeath my red and lavender shirts to Charlie tSewer
Pipel Miller, and a two-way radio to Mr. Deaton and Mr.
Meredith so they can communicate with each other while
their motor scooters through the halls.
I, DONNA ROSE CLARK, being of very sound mind, will
my typing book to Merlee Smoker in hopes that she gets as
much use out of it as I have, and to Loretta Young I will my
bookkeeping book in hopes that she gets more out of it than
I, RON IONES, hereby will and bequeath my free time in
the study hall to Ross Burdge, the ability ,to get out of the
study hall to Mary Newcome, and last but not least, dual
kits to Mr. Meredith and Mr. Deaton for use on their scooters.
I, HELEN LOUISE WOOD, "Woody", being of particularly
sound mind, so here and now will and bequeath to any
forthcoming senior the undivided attention which I have so
faithfully given to Mr. Adam's Government class, also, to
all the senior girls, I will my uncanny ability to be in the
wrong place at the night time, especially be-fore the lunch
bell rings, thereby being first and foremost in the noon-hour
chow-line rush at Akron High.
I, BOB "MARCUS" HATTERY, being of insane mind, solid
constitution and soggy personality, do hereby will and be-
queath: my size 8112 tennis shoes to Gary Brown, my ability
to charm Mrs. Dyer in Senior English class to Channing
Utter, my ability .to shock Mr. Heltzel in physics class to Ross
Burdge, and finally, my "diamond-'studded woman haters
pin" to Charlie Miller.
I, FE' REBECCA OLIVER, alias Becky, will to Winston my
drumsticks with the hofpe that he'll find a drum for them, to
Martha, I tearfullly give away my Iarnes Dean Fan Club pin
hoping shelll switch her loyalty from Elvis to a more sub-
dued artist, and lasvtly, I will to Charlie "Cat" Miller and
Channing "Chauncy" Utter, all the freerns in my possession
hoping t-hey'll know what to do with the furslugginer things.
I, IOHN W. RAMSEY, being of weak mind and sore body,
do hereby will and bequeath my motor scooter to Mr. Mere-
dith so he can watch the Iuniors in the canteen, and my
ability to get to school on time to Charlie fSewer Pipel
I, NORMA IEAN S-ICKS, .being of very sound mind, do here-
by will my quietness to Eleanor Hopkins with the hope that
she will put it to as good use as I have.
I, REX EILER, will to Gary Bradway the ability to stay out
of trouble at a certain drugstore on Sunday nights when a
certain person is working.
I, LEROY KIRK, will my height to Charles Miller and hope
that he can use it on the Senior varsity.
I, CAROL SKILLEN, being of sound mind, do hereby will
my' first name, Lily, to Carol Whittenberger because she is
the dainty type and that is the reason the name didn't fit
I, MIKE COLBERT, do hereby will my gift of gab to any-
one who knows how to use it better than I did, also, the bun
of riding .to school those nice winter days o-n my air-condi-
tioned motorcycle I will to anyone wrho enjoys that kind of
I, KAREI.. E. HOLLINIGSWORTH, do will and bequeath my
job in the grad-e school office to any lun-ior girl who will
enjoy the mid-morning exercise as much as I have, and, of
course, the candy and cookies which were sometimes there
to nibble on.
I, ERNIE SMOKER, hereby will my Government book tio
'Thomas Fites .in hope that the will get along beitter in it thxazri
I, GENAVEE COX, do hereby will my newspaper work to
any lucky Iunior who thinks he can run the mimeofgraph
machine without getting ink on himself and ruining paper
by getting ink on the roller also. I
I, IOHN LEE GILBERT, being of very sound mind, do here-
by will my Government book to anyone who thinks that he
can get more out of it than I did.
UBEWARE THE BEAR"
lill Ault ..,..,,v,. . - ---A
Becky Oliver ,,
Sue Tilden ,....
Charlene Iunlcin ,..,
Karel Hollingsworth S-
Ron Iones ,,,, , ,oo,
Horace Barnes H-
Iohn Ramsey Us
Donna Clark ,, ,
"THE TRYSTRING PLACE"
Bob Hattery U--
Bill Ward ....v
Larry Krieg -W
Helen Wood ,o,.
Iohn Gilbert -,-.
"THERE'S NU BUSINESS
ou-- as Spoooli
as Little Alleary
-,s-,,, as Monk
H-, as Kim
,Uno at Elaine
as Mrs. Tuttle
HMS, as Flip
H, as Bill
HHN- as Mary
ow, as The Hunter
-HH as The Girl
S The Woman
C-, as Lancelot
., 7 ,,,, , as lessie
as Mr. lngoldsby
A ...,., as Voice
-- as Mrs. Curtis
----, as Rupert
--- as Fannie
LIKE SHUW BUSINESS"
Horace Barnes W-
l-lelen Huppert ---
Helen Wood ---
Bolo Hattery ---
Iohn Gilbert ---
Rex Eiler ....
-H as Mr. Winstead
-,v---, as Anita
---- as Caroline
--- as Herbert
--- as Roger
Hsu-- as Chaufler
Iocelyn Moore ,,,...,, -U as Mrs. Winstead
"THE IEWELED HAND"
Marilyn Fenstermaker --- --- as Aunt Alice
Iill Ault ....-..,..... ....... a s Clair
Ron Kuhn .... --- as Ron Warnig
Horace Barnes --- ......,. as lack
Charles Saner -- -
Barbara Shriver ---
Cfenavee Cox .........
Bill Ward ,,,, .,A, a s
Iohn Ramsey ci-
Ron lanes ....,..
Marcia Meredith U-
Larry Krieg ....
Carol Skillen ---
Becky Oliver ---
---- as the Cop
---- as Ann
--- as Molly
------- as Mr. McWinkle
-.. .......... as Burton
as Lucy Whitehouse
-,------,--- as Basil
--- as Cook
U-- as Vivian
"JUST UNE UF THUSE THINGS"
"Little Angels straight from Heaven Senior Class of '57," 'Tm not married,"
"New York or Bust," and "Too Young to go Steady" are often found on a pair
ol Senior cords. Friends and faces, names and places, there's room for them
all. So, when you're a Senior Cyou'll make it, one dayl get your cords and
really wear them. lt's a lot ot lun, we know.
Compliments of Maibens' Launders - Dry Cleaners
"WE'VE EHUWN ACBUSTUMEIJ TU YUUR FACE"
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Compliments of Coca-Cola Bottling Co,
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"EHllZY WITH LINE"
Mary Ellen Maxwell
Fred Shewm an
Mary Lou Good
Mary Ann Meredith
"LIPSTICK, CANDY, AND HUBBERSULEIJ SHOES"
Peggy To Hartzler
Mrs. Helen Irelan
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Mrs. Eva Mathiesen
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Mrs. Lenora S. Burke
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Mrs. Maxine Heltzel
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Robert Saus na
lane Ann Stanton
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Susan Keim .. 4 F A '
Iimmy While , ' ' '
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Mary Io Bryant
"HOW MUCH IS THAT UUEEIE IN THE WlNllllW"
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Ella lean Burneif
Norris Keirn I
"ALL I WANT FIIH CHRISTMAS IS MY TWU FHUNT TEETH"
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Iucly Ann Swihart
Sara Io Roberts
Norma lean Noble
"I WANNA PLAY HUUSE"
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Wanda Faye Noble
HMEMUHIES ABE MADE UF THIS'
31 Organization Day
3 Labor Day, No School
4 First Day ot School
20 CS 21 Mentone Egg Show
21 Assembly Program
25 Senior Pictures
27 CS 28 Undergrad Pictures
4 CS 5 Senior Play
7 Teachers' Party
11 4-1-1 Achievement Program
12 End ol lst Grading Period
13 Twirling Contest
19 Freshman Party
25, 26 CS 27 Teachers' Convention
2 Aubbee, Basketball game
6 Group Pictures
9 Silver Lake, Basketball game
8 Iunior Class starts magazine sales
12 Open House
15 Assembly Program
16 Culver, Basketball game
21 Roann, Basketball game
21 End of 2nd Grading Period
22 CS 23 Thanksgiving Vacation
30 Bourbon, Basketball game
6 Assembly Program
7 Kewanna, Basketball game
10 Seniors decorate assembly
12 F .F.A.
14 Clay Twp., Basketball game
17 Teachers' Party
18 Iunior Party
19 Christmas Concert
20 Independent Ball game
21 Argos, Basketball game
21 Close for Christmas Vacation
28 CS 29 4-Way Tourney, Mentone
3 Independent Ball game
4 Chester Twp., Basketball game
9 Richland Center, Basketball game
ll Talma, Basketball game
ll End of lst Semester
14 Beginning of 2nd Semester
16, 17 61 19 Tourney - Akron
24 Independent Ball game
25 Gilead, Basketball game
26 Piano and Vocal Contest
30 North Manchester, Basketball game
1 S.S.S. Sock Hop
2 Instrumental Solo and Ensemble Contest
5 Assembly Program
8 Fulton, Basketball game
15 Grass Creek, Basketball game
16 State Solo and Ensemble Contest
22 Pierceton, Basketball game
22 End ot 4th Grading Period
28, March 1 :Sf 2 Sectional Tourney
6 County Basketball Banquet
8 Grade School Operetta
14 Assembly Program
15 County Music Festival
30 Band and Chorus District Contest
4 5 5 Iunior Play
5 End of 5th Grading Period
19 Gfood Friday - No School
26 S.S.S. ci Hi-Y Banquet
28 Leave on Senior Trip
8 County Track Meet
10 Iunior and Senior Reception, Culver
12 Baccalaureate Service
18 Last Day ot School
SPONSOR Mr. Deaton
PRESIDENT- -Karel Hollingsworth
The Student Councils, under the leadership of Mr. Deaton, High School,
and Mrs. Burke, Grade School, have done many things this year for the bene-
fit of the student body. They planned the assembly programs, election ot
cheer leaders, the cheer block, and various other things ot special interest. The
members of the councils are elected by their classes to represent them. They
each have their officers and are as follows: High School Council-Karel Holl-
ingsworth, President, Charles Miller, Vice-President, Patty Kuhn, Secretary
Grade School Council-Pamela Kuhn, President, Arnold Sheets, Vice-
President, Sharon Calvin, Secretary and Treasurer.
The Golden l-laze is a project of great under-
taking. Some reliable senior must take the respone
sibility, and the time to work tirelessly to put out a
book, Marcia has worked long and hard as the
editor oi this annual. She began during the summer
months and never quit until the 225 books were in
the hands ot students and friends. Every student in
the senior class had some job to do and did their
part to make the Golden l-laze ot 1957 the best. Each
year as l take the task ol sponsoring a project that
amounts to SLOUO more or less, l wonder it We can
balance the budget. We have always come out on
top - thanks to the help of the entire class.
Murcia Ianet Bill Iill Karel
Editor Assocmte Editor Advertising Art Senior
Helen :S Ron C1rol Bob Helen Horace 6 Larry
Photographers Sa es Business Copy Sports
Compliments Arter's 5c - Sl.OU Store
Compliments Winona Cate - Mr. of Mrs. George Harper
The AHS. newspaper, the Aero, is compiled and published by the people
pictured below. The Aero consists of bits ot news concernlno the latest hop
peninas in the classes, sports, and other activities. Mrs. Ginn is the supervisor
of the publication and locelyn Moore is the editor.
The Haze Stall is composed of the entire Senior Class. On the adiacen
page are the pictures of the main editors with their dutges listed below them
Mrs. Waechter su ervises the annual and liel s us to roduce the bes'
Office EG? Library Staff
The Office Staff is composed of Senior girls who have a free period to
work in the Grade School Office. The staff grade papers and do other things of
help to the teachers.
Sue Skillen, the High School Secretary, not only keeps up the books but is
a great help to the teachers in the high school,
She is very dependable and ig
always on the job to help Mr.
Deaton, the teachers, or the
Grade School office help
Mr. l-leltzele Librarian
Future Farmer of America
The Future Farmers of America is an official organization of vocational agricul u i
boys, Its purpose is to form a club of their vocational interest on the farm for social a
ities. The F,F,A. participates in iriariy iudging contests for dairy, livestock, poultry, a 'l
The F.F.A, officers this year are as follows: President, Tom Fitesg Vice-President, l '
Barnmerling Secretary, Bob Kirkg Treasurer, Paul Murphy, Reporter, Leroy Kirk, Sent el
Dale Cox Mr. Mathiesen is the advisor and sponsor.
cc .se, the captciiri is responsible
Our Sixth Grade Patrol corisists of seventeen members which includes C1 Cap
ah Stuckerl and two Lieutenants, fbobby Scusaman and Mike Stepherisl
Thezr duties, which fire ziiariy, require thern to miss several play sessicrs and :fs
ut in all kinds ot weather
Each one is supposed to keep
every week presided over by
These people receive nothing
and the satisfaction of knowir:
his :ielt neat and clean at all times An :nspectio
o responsible to the captain for their actions ..
The irieiribers of the patrol ar
to the sponsor, Mr. Becraft.
for their services excerpt a badge at the end cf 'ic
g they have dorie a good job.
IANITOR -- GRADE SCHOOL if-X X
Mr. Kihn keeps the grolde building
looking nedt and cle-dn.
IANITORS - HIGH SCHOOL
Mr. ond Mrs. Becker who do our
cleoning up ond keep the tires burning
during the winter.
Mrs. Mcirtin, Mrs. Meredith, Mrs. Thompson, ond Mrs. Iones, hove to listen
to o lot of kidding ond griping obout the rneols, but they monoge to out up
with it ond olwoys come bcrck with of iough ond good food.
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When strongo ond obnoxious odors
floot through the holls ol AHS., they
usuolly come from Room l6 Y where
Chemistry closses ossemble. Mr. l-leltzel
is the teocher ond keeps us from blowing
up the school
Polterns, menus, planning ol o home,
ore oll o port ol Home Economics, Mrs.
Shiremon helps the zjirls to become better
The Cenhnuous lioz' of conversotion
rrigiftcd with the odors of freshly
.Tried Corn flow from tzie canteen. The
iiiors ruti ine Soni:-fn the lrsi half and
tie INITLCTS tolze i' over for the res? ot the
ar, Mr. Meredith supervises the est-
-lishment ond helps each Gloss to odd
iiioziey to their trerisurry
Compliments of Lolce City Condy Co., lric, Road l5 South, Worsow, Ind.
Students having an interest in handicrafts and arts are usually tound in
room 9. All the classes in the Grade School and lr. High have an art class at
least once a week. Any high school students having art ability can also take
the course. Miss Bevington is the instructor and always seems to have new
ideas to keep all the students busy.
COMPLIMENTS OF HOFFMAN'S BODY SHOP
"HUNT FENCE ME IN"
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"YUU MUST HAVE BEEN A BEAUTIFUL BABY"
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An','Orw '.'JilOilCISi1CP1Zd the Battle Hymn of iiicr Rc,-public will Viiiigii firm tin
'vipnciiios if iiixs Qiroiipw, Miss Mavis has every rigifii to feel pzciid Ci them
Despite iiic cliariuirixi voices, Miss Mcivis hos managed to extract soiiifs
vwry plowsiri 1 sounds from this fine lookirixi iirciip 3? ycimn :tif-ri
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ANU THE BAND
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Putiy Wentzel, Bonnie Gray, Beth Sicks
Blue Notes Sextet
Leil to righi: Io Moore. Becky Oliver, Helen Hupperl. Marcia Meredith. Helen Wood.
and Pal Kuhn: the Sth Grcde sextet consisting oi: Norma Hiers. Carolyn Myers, luunitcx
Burl-:ekQ, Marsha Sriver. Icmel Teel, cmd Karen Secor, plus the Grade and Ir. High bands do
much in the way oi providing music for lhe public.
TAKE IVIE UUT TU THE BALL GAME"
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Krieg 18 50 3772: 70 46 66'Z: 39 146 8.1
Swick 20 58 37749 85 44 5291: 69 160 8.0
Rhoades 21 54 32011 73 34 47'Z7 40 142 6.8
lanes 21 23 2772: 38 20 53'Z7 41 66 3.1
Powell 17 31 35'Za 42 20 4892- 30 82 4.8
Barnes 18 23 2891 47 24 51 'Za 45 70 3.9
Ramsey 16 21 2896 52 21 401721 45 63 3.9
Hcnttery 12 14 347: 16 6 3898 19 34 2.8
Stanley 11 19 537: 34 18 531: 23 56 5.1
Shewman 6 1 1372: 5 3 6071 3 5 0.8
Burdge 3 10 2 2091 3 l 33'7o 1 5 1.7
Miller 2 2 1 5091 0 0 OW: 1 2 1.0
Bammerlin and Kuhn, Managers Wilcox. Coach
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Compliments of Modern Dairy Bar, Rochester
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43 Culver 25
31 Rcirirz 27
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JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
IUNIOR HIGH A TEAM
HOUSE OF HARTER
lz'1diar1a's Largest Wholesale Sportma Goods Dlstrlbutor
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i Cherry Street, Akron, Ind.
Phone Akron 4174
LEWIS SALVAGE C0.
Jeanette - Elmer - Sidney
I FUNERAL and ANIBULANCE
PARK WIIY BUIIY SHOP
24-HOUR WRECKER SERVICE
Phone CA 3-501 T
Wall Street Barber Shop
Conde D. Holloway
Ed Wilson -- Men 81 Boys' Wlear
Blue Products Co. -- .lanitor Supplies
Werner Welditlg Shop and Employee
Dr. Harold Eiler
lsland Park Gas, lnc.
Old Dutch Mill General .Store
Felts Cigar Store
Rochester Armature and Ignition
William H. Deniston
Rochester News Agency
Calvin and Myers Hardware
J. E. Conaway
Robert E. Peterson
B 81 B Store
Nlrs. Josephine Merley
Nlrs. Hilda Davis
George Brown and family
"The Milk With The Bird On
The Mail Boxi'
DEAN MILK COMPANY
U II M B I. I N ' S
806 Main St. Phone 114
Whse. Store 116 W. 9th St.
MI. and MIS. BUII MUUIB
FOREST FARMS PRODUCTS
-Louis Alt, Prop.
TRACTOR AND AUTO
Heavy Duty Wrecker Service
Phone 787-J Rochester
MANITUU MUSIC GU.
923 East 9th
EVERYTHING IN MUSIC
Pike Lumber Company, Inc.
RANGES AND EREEZERS
IRELAN 81 BAUM, INC.
GRAIN -- FEED -- SEED
Your Friendly Ford Dealer
SUUTH ENR MUTURS
Auto 81 Truck
Life - Hospital
Fire - Windsorm - Hail
I N S U -R A N C E S
R. R. 2 Akron, Ind
Phone Akron 2443
JIISTEN IILIISS IIING
To Symholize The Best Years of Your Life
1897 ---- Our 60th Anniversary ---- 1957
Bon ALBP:RTsoN, Representative
National China 6?
EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
For Restaurants - Hotels - Clubs
Hospitals - Institutions
214-218 East Fourth Street -
UH. VIIIGIL MILLER
FHIIIIBIS allll MBfCll3IIlS Bank
Rochester and Kewanna
Federal Deposit Insurance
The First Nallllllal Bank
Federal Deposit Insurance
XXXXXI I ffgf, I
JUST GOOD CLOTHES
FOR MEN AND BOYS
Farm Bureau Coop
LIGHT HEAT Power:
FULTIJN GUUNTY R. E. M. G.
BEAl.l TIRE SHUP
U. S. ROYAL TIRES
You can't buy a better tire
To save your life
606 N. Main
Doering Radio and Television
Rochester CA 3-6112
RBA GUIUR TV WHIRLPUUL
HUPPEHT SHUE STUR
ANU SHUE REPAIR
DAN LEININGER DELUXE DRY
8 Akron, Indiana
At Reasonable Prices w
Tm: BARNHAR1'-VAN TRPMI
Akron, Indiana Commxv. INC.
PUBLISHERS -- PRINTER
Congratulations To The
Senior Class Of 1957
Akron Exchange State Bank
Established In 1891
C ents of
Sealed Power Corporation
Manufacturers of all types of
Fansler Lumber Co.
One-Stop" Building Service
Complete line of
PAINT -- NIIL-LWORK
ROOFING and SIDING
Phone 735 or T36
Huchesier Building Service, IIIC.
416 East sm Phone CA 3-ss
o. B. PUTTERBAUGH-Ph. 24ss-R
HARLEY MCGEE-Ph. 332-w
Kiiiiiiii GRUGEHY AND MARKET
"Fulton County,s Leading
WoMEN's APPAREL AND
C ILDREN D WEAR Pfnvtfs PHARMACY
708 Main Street
Rochester, Indiana Rgchester
SIIUIIZ BRUS. CU.
The Big Sc to 31.00 Store
Boys and Girls Clothing
The Finest in Candies
J. W. Gutknecht, Mgr.
MINBI and MIICIIBII
616 Main Street
BUYLAN INSURANCE AGENCY
U. Ii. UZINIRRR
Phone CA 3-3912
K0 we BA
li.:-zz 'fi fs.:
Means The Best
U. M. Whilcllmb Supply UU.
School, Office, Janitor
and Restaurant Supplies
Trustee! Forms and Blanks
L. W. lmhoff, Owner
BULLS TU LOAN
Akron Phone 3062
PBOpleS Bank of Ulaypoul
Nlember F. Il. l. C.
Phone Clzlypool 2181
C. L. Herrick, M.ll.
Stinson and Stinson
Chpitol 5010 Res. Phone 621-I
BEITY NIUUUEMUS AGENCY
CAII Lines Insuranceb
REAL ESTATE - FARM LOANS
Abstracts - Income Tax Filed
Social Security Consultant
700112 Main Street
Ukbove Schultz Bros.l
M., WILE AND SONS
"lt's worth your while
to stop at Whilesu
RUSCDB and UIVNIB Burkett
I SAST FURNITURE CENTER
RUGS -- CAIRPETS
Westinghouse -- Maytag
Clay Smith, Owner
Farm Equipment Co
SWCD9 Service SIHIICII
GENERAL AUTO REPAIR
NIEAT5 - GRLICERIES
Welding - Sickle Grinding
PARTS 81 SERVICE ,
BUCK LAKE HULLEHGADE
119 Main St.
Clarence and Theda Hairrell
Phone Akron 3555
AKHCN AUTCMUTIVE ELECTRIC
Howard Philabaum, Owner
Automotive Electrical Service
WIISUII Goal 81. Grain
ELGIN WYLER BULOVA
Wayne C ninger
ARTER'S DRUG STORE
House - 4625
Store - 2021
At your service day or night
Surge Milking Equipment
and Repair Man
Complete line of
Big Discount to Young Couples
Where your dollar buys more
HUMER SANER Xu SUNS
Homer Saner, Nlgr.
DRILLING 32 REPAIRING
F 81 W WATER SYSTEMS
Your Home For Genuine Chevrolet Parts and Accessories
NHN BARS NHN TRUCKS USED CARS
Bahney's Chevrolet Sales
Service for all makes of Cars, Trucks, Tractors
Remember Chevrolet, The lowest priced car in its field means
grater savings in all future operations
Wl'he Place Where Friends Meet Friends"
The Farm Store
RED BRAND FENCE FARM
AND POULTRY SUPPLIES
AKHUN LUGKEH PLANT
To the class of 1957, we extend our heartiest congratulations and
best wishes for a moat Slll'l'0SSflll career
Moyer And Haupert
Eber's Sc to 51.60 Sport Spot
900 South Nlain
R. B. HARLAN
CIRCLE H COAL RANCH
KARL GAST COMPANY
wrsrrrrsrrrrusr run Mrrrrrs
Hrrrrrrs run Prurrrrrrrrs
Harper's Service Station
Goodyear Tires and Batteries
EAT RITE CAFE
"Where the gang all meet to ea
DAVIS and PARK ICR
When you take a prescription to a Pharma-cy, you are entitled to
SERVICE - to professional, dependable, prompt, and economical
compounding service. We make certain that you get it. We make
certain by maintaining full, fresh stocks of the finest prescription
drugs . . , by giving each prescription the fullest measure of profes-
sional skill and care . . . by giving our immediate attention to pre-
sicriptions . . . and by pricing them fairly and reasonably. Always
come to MISHLER DRUG STORE for prescription service - with the
accent of service!
ETTfl'S DRESS SHUP
Nlrs. Etta Kuhn
Walgamuth Pony Fam
Nlr. and Nlrs. Fred Wulganiuth
a"'150'1S AKHUN IMPLEMENT GU.
Your International Dealer
Full line of
Lorin and Jack Stocker
Phone 3535 or 2771
Words for the wise . . .
only when it's impossible to go ahead - -
for the best in everyone, and - -
to learn from those who have preceeded youl
WI f urers of Paper Tubes and Paper Sp ' l
Congratulations and Best Wishes
Indiana Metal Products Co.
Division of Textron, Inc.
SHEET METAL, MACHINE AND WOOD SCREWS
Thread -- Cutting and Seams -- Phillips -- Clutch -- Slotted -- Hex
On Route 31
, KUHN'S IMPLEMENT SIUHE
R h G h You'
09 ester reel' WSE AL'LIS-'CHALMIERS
say If Wim Flowers Dealer
phone 152 Rochester, Indiana
Corner 11th and Fulton Sts.
We Telegraph Flowers
Around The World
SYLVIA NUYER- Agent Rochester, Indiana
Sheetz Funeral Home
'DALQE and EDITH SHEETZ
St d d S e CHRYSLER -- PLYMOUTH
Phwe 3815 Phone 3315
Akron, Indiana Akron? Indiana
Frank 81 Joe
NEFF 8: MURPHY
WE BUY TIMBER
L U NI B E R
K U H N
Earl and Thelma Kuhn
VERN'S T.V. SERVICE
Don't Say Bread ---- say
H 0 L S U NI
Baked by Dietzenf
J. P. Michael Company
South Illinois St.
Indianapolis 25, Indiana
1 W . . t ,X ,, , ,. M N. W A .4
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