Amo High School - Amoace Yearbook (Amo, IN)

 - Class of 1943

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Reserves are not listed. A L F F Editor-in-Chief Ardith West Associate Editor ' Clara Mae Elliott Calendar Bonnie Biehl, Doris Hathaway Willh Maebelle Sharpe Prop ecy Jo Ann Jamison History Betty Jean Cunningham, Myrl Rumley Poem Donald Walton Song Mildred Weekly, Irene Holbrook Sports Maurice Wingler, Andrew Cunningham Jokes Donald Snyder, Brice Ellett Features Peggy Winks, Esther Trump Snapshots I Lawrence Applegate, Maurioe Masten Artists Audrey Jean McClure, Jo Ann Jamison h A j 5 f BUSINESS STAFF J., .' f- Business Managers Clyde moore, Irvin Burnett I ,,q ,,. . Billie Jamison, Bennie Heavin Subscriptions and Circulation ufmildredfweekly ' iBribeME1Iett, Lawrence Applegate, Qonald Snyder Mimeograph'Operators Irvin Burnett, Billie Jamison Typists Bonnie Biehl, Betty Jean Cunningham V4,. P 1 ,r Peggy Winks, Mildred Weekly Class Sponsor g'lBlyLHB Osborn Annual Adviser ii Dessie Martin ., V Q-. 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'f 1 ,' 'W ' - - -f ja 1 fr-,ffgm MT .gilf Lf.. J ' : , -- ,. ' flffw -' '- Y"-V " 52- 71 VV- ' 4-3-17 - - Q -jmf- .,',q, N. - V V ,VV V. - ,,.f.J.Q.V5j2V,,Vg, ,gh-VV4 Vg.. f f -"-V WVVQ V fe -V. ,, MVVV , V , ,V . -. VV-.gh -.n.fq,,..V VVVWV , . T 1: ' ' - E19 '- ' V 3 , HV ' I V ' ' ' . AK' 7 -Vfj. ' A " ' VV.. " .- ' J-52' . ,V,. . .VV. ., , - . . V"1' .V "f:"'j, .' ' ' ,. - , L r " Q , V -3 , Q-4 ig :V QYVVVVVVVVVV VV VVVV VV .VV V V P ' -N4-V-Q, M. ' 3 . ' ,E . ' 1 4. fiib in 1? 'L me i ...'I-11252-I-l3I5I'.'."3K4.!.1-f' '-"'-"' .-'fffiffw f' pf' BONNIE BIEHL Nlndustrious, capable--a willing worker.n President l-4, Chorus l-2-3-4, Band l-2-3 4, Triple Trio 3, Latin Contest 3, HDon't Take My Pennyn 3, District Commercial Con test 3-4, State Choral Festival 4, Ace Reporter Staff, NMurder Mansionn 4, PATRIOT 1 an Staff. IRVIN BURNETT HOne girl at a time is enough for me.N Vice President 3-4, Chorus 2-3-4, Yell Leader 2-3-4, Boys' Quartet 3, HDon't Take My Pennyn 3, Ace Reporter Staff, PATRIOT Staff, Hmurder Mansionu 4. BETTY JEAN nShe says little, but Secretar Treasurer l . y- 2-3-4, Triple Trio 3, Pennyn 3, District Co CUNNINGHAM thinks much.n UDon't Take My ercial Contest 3-4, mm . State Choral Festival 4, Ace Reporter Staff, PATa1oT staff. MAEBELLE SHARPE Why hair will blaze my way to glory.N Vice President l, Treasurer 2-4, Latin Contest 2 4, District Commercia - l Contest 4, NMurder Mansionu 4, PATRIOT Staff. Wg? 4 -mai: .5'r"r--' ""11':" """""'W' ..-. ...- -- -r"" "T f-'. . f , . .ww-., , If . fiimim,-f -: "'2E'..lj:117,gLg .2 5 . ". texte? Jeff Wi' .t, . 41' Je . ,Jkt '?QS?gf31p4:QjQ,JfJ' Q. N " MAURICE MASTEN NI never worry, Iknever fret About the lepqpns I ought to get.N Bi00Xl-2- Q4, Ohorus 2-3-4, Basketball-314, gpqgggll 3 WDon't Take my PennyU'3, F.F1A. - '34 , PA iIOT Staff, 'Murder MansionN44a, PEGGY WINKS Uwhin I can't talk, I'll gigg1e.H Qhorus 3-4, District Commercial Contest 3w4, Ace Reporter Staff, PATRIOT Staff, nlurder MansionF 4. 4 4 1DONhLD WALEQN HA quiet man but true.N - student iingger 2-3-4, Nhonlt Take My Penny" is we Reporter staff, rumor staff. IRENE HOLBRODK Nwithout dancing, life would be a mistqkeiv PATRIOT Staff, Hm rder Mnnsionn 4. awww , rex. " " 323112, 1- I "ERE '22-' !1'3:51" r.. ..A, ,r,5f, w 5Fj,2gfeH, '.'h 'E 4' .- :Z ""' Q 1' .--:YZ-? '17--'?IT""'-'N ---- ---- - .4.,.' u ..,- .n.. .,.... N. -X , Mr:-'-.1, 7 u:::g.'g4w.n -un t .L ,.mv3?,5:..'.:,f,- .. H :yr .. 'f' ....'.'.:.-I ' ' - A.: X f XLF2'-. ' -x"':L'-4'5'1'2'3"u' N' MAURICE WINGLER NNo torment is so had as love4N V2 C Basketball 1-2-3-4, Chorus l-2-3-4, Boys' Quartet 3, F.F.A. President 3-4, Moon't Take My Pennyn 3, PATRIOT Staff, Ace Reporter Staff, State Choral Festival 4. - 1 CLYDE MOORB ' UAt first he seems so very shy ' But when you know him, my, oh my!!! HDon't Take My Pennyw 3, Basketball 3-4, District'Commercial Contest 4, Band 8-4, PATRICT Staff. 'YT WII NQQU HH Y NHlgh school boys interest me not.H chsrus 1-2-3-4,gBahd 1-2-3-4, UDon't Take My Pennyn 3, PATRIOT Staff, DORIS HATHAWAY1 . Nipeenh always-fails me.n Chorus 2-3, Band 2 'B 't Take M Penn W 1 1 ' ' "-Y Y 3, PATRIGT Staff- i 'N QQEEA, -4K6LfR W eamAPvf'Kf ' , . l I4 .,,,..--F--f .- :f,:12,- A -. 1 J.Xx :fpwre have 4,Afm?E I , 4 .1 - as-:H,g.:,:::,:,: . ' -Q.,-'?.A.3M'pz'.' - " H-...-,,, ' , ,...-.,...-.-- ----- ----...,., .- '- .2."R' f'1'."'5-Q '. ' ' -39.1331 MWFZZT A . , ,,,,,j3L13W13'. ,. ', '-:Ziff ff:ifE2 ag, A, '?f?1:1:g: - ' 'K'-.u-JL1'E.:.- L... ... MM' "Y 2' X g 1" X -tri. g- fTE':'g1, 1. .Q a ' 1' .. ' ',f" N ' ' "' 2 '1' ' " '-:Cs . :'. :4'E:. f : ,, . '- u' . . h I . har.-:-., 1- 7, 1, ,431 1, , 5'5" 1. ' eff, .' :QI E52-I 53. 1:2231 x ...D 11:25 ' . '17 'l,.l.i-1-:'-'ev'-"'-' ' -X.. :dp ' ' T T BRICE ELLETT WThi54woold be a better world if there were U0 giPlS-n 1 . f Basketball 1, F.F.A. 3, Ace Reporter starf,l PATRIOT Staff, HMurder Mansion? 4. fi JO ANN JAMISON HA little mischief by the way, Is what she has to spice each day.' Vice President 2, Secretary 3, Chorus 142-ff 3-4, Triple Trio 3, UDon't Take My Penny0'3, Ace Reporter Staff, PATRIOT Staff, HMurder Mansionn 4, BILLIE JAMISON HAfter one true love is there another?H President 2-3, Chorus l-2-3-4, Boys' Quartet 3, Basketball 1-2, State Choral T Festival 4, Ace Reporter Staff, PATRIOT Staff, UMurder Mansionn 4. LAWRENCE APPLEGATE NHow can the teachers get along after I graduate?n Basketball 2-8, NDon't Take My Pennyn 3, PATRIOT Staff. I -Iga533?,g,,,,.,,Q Q Mi.iIx'fA--'f?"1','-I . -MH N , FTK , Qs'fN lsfirs T gQQl!Ff3e,tsQ, ,um 'QWQFHTV , , Wmmwsll ,iisgsww-, fffq :J ' '-Q'5Aj4'.:wE'f' f"f?Q.59iiff,L,w..q:'i:,?T.iZETf:-'-- ' . n-f-w'ff,- 3 1,1 if xx"-tc-jjyzjzzix.---'f"r.r"" - '-- f1-.--- -'-- ' -f-ue., . f If fr .z I ' '- .'- "--., .... ,i.?.IQ.T1Xf' I""'DRg.- "3 AUDREY JEAN MCCLURE HBetter be small and shine than large and, cast a shadow.N ' -' not Chorus 3-4, nDon't Take My Pennyn 3, gee W Reporter Staff, District Commercial Con+ test 3, PATRIOT Staff, ' - - CLARA MAE ELLIOTT UA ring on the hand is worth two on the a N I ' ' Chorus l-2-3-4, Band l-2-3-4, Ace Reporter staff, PATRIOT Staff. , is QW I' V . ARDITH WEST NStudy and girls don't mix, so I'm through studying.H h Basketball 2-Z3-4, Geometry Contest 2, L A NDon't Take My Pennyn 3, ace Reporter Staff, Commercial Contest 2-3, PATRIOT Staff. I DONALD SNYDER Nlf milking cows will help, some day I ought to be President.H Chorus 2-3-4, F.F.A. 2, PATRIOT Staff. 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' . , '-gg, Q: g .kF:r,?-si-.wy rf- ' 4f".a'f -2' if? "3-"'14'5:L '. T-2 .-.'-.. .-.. ' 31" "-r-fix ...Sir i'i"fJ:' ' .wsa,-:Q , ' r.: ".,:. :A . a':?':Jn..5::f ,3U,A5f' . --fi I :.1,a2fr,,f 'fra 'Z f 5 -2-N--:.5,::-::s+:,5a-L -sr - . - : y.,-:.g...v-5.-te.. ..,-g.,:l':FE.- y .. f r'-5' ::-wr-1:1 . , 1.5.4-',,'?,,bg,,,... ..,- .-. I -e.. 1 No- -1. .4 hw? 4 w ,N W V. H W' v 1 Y 1 s X ,r 1 q. :'W'. Ky:-'iv W. A 'ASTM ' , .mm ,F I ,W -. L ,V J 4 'il' - CLASS HISTORY Freshman class--Buck Privates A troop train pulled up to the entrance of AHS and twenty-six recruits tumbled out somewhat bewildered and excited as they entered their new army camp. We were taken into Camp AHS where many other recruits had been inducted. Here we were gazed upon py officers and others in camp: some laughing and others making fun of us as we attempted to find our places. Our stay in camp had been short and each new recruit had been occupied with the formal part of getting properly adjusted to daily routine, when orders came for a special inspection. These orders were strange, but being a group of willing workers and having a sense of humor, we obeyed without hesitation. The order read something like this: All new recruits must appear for roll call promptly at 8:15 a.m. Wear clothes wrong side out and on backwards--girls in boys' clothes: boys in girls' clothes. Carry lunch in large cardboard box. Be prepared to do K. P. duty if found not properly dressed for inspection. THE SOPHOMCRES After having been initiated and each Freshman meet- ing the test: we were called together to select our of- ficers for the year 1939-40. The results were posted as follows: Sergeant, donnie Biehlg Corporal, Maebelle Sharpe: Private first class, Betty Jean Cunningham: First Lieutenant, A. A. Laymon. We chose red and gray as our colors and the red rose as our flower. UUnited we stand, divided we falln was chosen as our motto. Two buck privates were transferred from Danville to Amo--Jo Ann and Billie Jamison. Pvt. Harold Smith was transferred from camp during the last half of the year. At Christmas we had our annual dinner and gift ex- change. We were invited to Prewitt's theater at Plain- field for Army Maneuvers., Tourney time rolled around and our team, called the All Stars, met the Juniors and were defeated. The yell leaders were Mildred Weekly and Betty Jean Cunningham. Stunt night found us entertaining the audience by blending our melodious voices together in songs with Norma Jean Adelhelm acting as director. During 'the year we were invited to two parties which were thoroughly enjoyed. Sophomore Class--Privates, lst Class - The beginning of our second year found twenty-five Privates, lst Class strolling through the camp of AHS. We weren't nearly so frightened this year as we had been the previous year and we felt very superior to the new recruits. During the summer Pfc. Loretta Flake and Kenneth Kidwell had been transferred to other camps. Pfc. Junior Russell, formerly of Stilesville, was a member of our company for four months and was then transferred back to Stilesville. Pfc. Burch withdrew from our pla- toon during the year. Our officers for the year were: Second Lieu- tenant, Billie Jamison, Sergeant Major, Jo Ann Jamisong Sergeant, Norma Jean Adelhelmg Corporal, Maebelle Sharpe, and Captain, Millard Vaughan. About six weeks after our army routine had started, we properly initiated the Buck Privates into their new army camp but repaid them with a very suc- cessful party in their honor that evening. At Christmas we had our annual dinner and gift ex- change. Pfc. Sharpe attended the at Danville and was victorious Sharpe then took part in the was also held at Danville, and first year Latin contest over the entire county. district contest, which won fifth place. Pfc. West and Burnett attended the Commercial con- test at Danville in Commercial Law. West also attended the Geometry contest at Indianapolis. V We were again unfortunate when it came time for annual camp tourney. We played the 3rd Division and were defeated. Our yell leaders were Pfc. B. Cunning- ham and Snyder. I Pfc. Biehl and Ellett attended the county ping pong contest at Brownsburg. Biehl won first place in the Girls' tourney and Ellett was runner-up in the Boys' tourney. Biehl then attended the district ping pong tourney, which was also held at Brownsburg, and received a plaque for winning first place in the dis- trict. At the close of this year we were invited to the Farewell party which was enjoyed by everyone. Juniors--Corporals ' Entering the Junior year were twenty-seven members with two stripes, commonly called Corporals, occuping the seats in the hall. O There were three new Corporals, Marie Bassett, Esther Trump, and Peggy Winks. During the first train- ing period, Cpls. Marie Bassett and Maebelle Sharpe were transferred to other Army camps. 0 .Our ,officers were: lst Lieut., Billie Jamison, 2nd Lieut., Irvin Burnett, Sergeant, Norma Jean Adel- helmg Corporal, Jo Ann Jamison, major, Blythe Osborn. Our play, nDon't Take My Pennyn, was a huge suc- cess. Those taking part in it were: Cpls. J. Jamison, Burnett, moore, Biehl, Weekly, Hathaway, McClure, Applegate, Walton, Wingler, West, Adelhelm, Masten, Trump, Heavin, Rumley, and B. Cunningham. V Cpl. Wingler was elected president of the FFA. In the and was At change. ones to fall he entered the local corn husking contest victorious. Christmas we had our annual dinner and'gift exe Just think--one 'more and we'll be the first chow! Oh, yes, Santa Claus was there, too. drew the 4th Division for the camp tourney this We year and met defeat. Cpls. Weekly and Jamison led the cheering section. V -Cpl. Biehl was chosen to participate in the second year Latin contest at Plainfield. She placed seventh in the district. In February we entertained the entire regiment at a Valentine party. The gymnasium was beautifully dec- orated in red and white. After games and dancing re- freshments were served in the canteen. 'During the year a triple trio was organized. Four corporals from our division were selected. They were: Cpls. J. Jamison, Weekly, Biehl, and B. Cunningham. Our Division was well represented in the Commercial contest at Central Normal College, at Danville with conf testants entered in three different events. Typing, Cpls. Winks, Biehl, and McClure, Bookkeeping, Cpl. West, and Shorthand, Cpl. B. Cunningham. On Hay 22 we gave the USO party in the gymnasium. The theme was NAn Old Fashioned Garden.N The gymnasium was divided into two parts by a stone roses and iris. A white gate with a provided an entrance from the dining wall covered with picturesque arch room to the dance floor. The music was furnished by Benbow's Swing Band. Seniors--Sergeants ATTENTION! Twenty-six sergeants marched solemnly into the halls of AHB for their final year. Sgt. Norma Jean Adelhelm McCloud had withdrawn from our Division during the summer. Sgt. Maebelle Sharpe was transferred to AHS after a year's training in California. Sgt. Irene Holbrook was our only new member having been transferred from Coeburn, Virginia. Commanding officers were: Captain, Bonnie Biehl, First Lieutenant, Irvin Burnett, Second Lieutenant, Betty Jean Cunningham, Master Sergeant, Maebelle Sharpe, Lt. Colonel, Blythe Osborn. Sgt. Gentry withdrew from our Division the first half of the year and Sgt. McClain was transferred to Danville.- We have retained the same flower, colors, and motto for four years. Our first maneuver as Sergeants was a trip to Porter's Studio in Indianapolis. A Christmas program was presented for the entertain- ment of the regiment. After three long years of waiting, we were first for chow. The annual camp tourney again resulted disastrously for us--we were defeated this year by the 3rd Division. Sgt. Weekly and J. Jamison kept up the Morale of our Division by leading yells. - On April 16 we presented the play nMurder Mansionu. Sgts. J. Jamison, Weekly, Holbrook, Biehl, Burnett, Winks, Masten, Ellett, Sharpe, B. Jamison took part in the cast. The Farewell party was given April 30. Music was furnished by Jimmy Brown's Orchestra. M 7A reception in honor or the 4th Division was held ay . Sgt. Rumley is, the only member of our Division who has not had leave of absence from army duty for four years On the afternoon of May 9 the Baccalaureate sermon was delivered by Rev. Claude McClure of Greencastle, Dis- trict Superintendent of Methodist Churches. The Commencement Address was given by Rev. Howard Jenkins of Delphi. SENICR FOUL On the good ship of A. H. S. Twenty-four Seniors have gained the test. - With diploma in ha d and a wave of farewell, They start out in life with a story to tell. The sea has been rough and at times, filled with fear, But these twenty-four Seniors stand up with a cheer-Q Here's to the school, may she always stand strong And lead other youths as the years go along. Miss Osborn, our leader for two years has been, And many the task she has helped us in. Lawrence Applegate you will recall, Is our Senior very tall. Bonnie Biehl, the President of our class, Is a sweet, energetic, and charming lass. Irvin Burnett who leads the yells, Over the teachers cast a spell. Andrew Cunningham, better known as HAndyU, At basketball playing is certainly a dandy. Betty Jean, always hard at work, Her duties, we know, she'll never shirk. On Clara Mae you can depend, To be a good and faithful friend. Of our class, Brice Ellett is one Who's known and liked by everyone, Doris Hathaway wears her heart on her sleeve, Hoping a certain soldier will soon be on leave. Bennie Heavin, a lad so true, On the ball team always comes thru. Irene Holbrook, a cute little blond, Of her the boys are really quite fond, You know that Billie is within call, When you hear that Texas drawl. lk Jo Ann Jamison, a pretty lass, Stops all the boys as they go past. Maurice Masten, better known as NMatH, Turns all the girls but one, down flat. Audrey Jean, one of the little girls, Is always seen with hair bows and curls. At bookkeeping, Clyde Loore is a wow, And adding up figures, he sure knows how. For carrying the mail to school on time, Myrl Rumley, as postmistress would be fine. Maebelle Sharpe, a red-headed lass, Likes to be at the head of her class. Donald Snyder, a very nice lad, With the teachers is always in bad. Esther Trump, known to flirt, For some handsome boy is on the alert. To sail the high sea in uniform grand, Donald Walton, called HDonnie,H is this man. Mildred Weekly to Indianapolis does go, Where she may spend the weekend with her beau Ardith West, a business man is he, And at this work successful will be. Maurice Wingler, often seen in the hall, Will be missed in chorus and basketball. Peggy Winks, a girl of fame, Is sure to add glory to her name. As this good ship sails out in the sea With a cargo, young and fancy free, Faces so bright and hearts light and gay, Hoping to gain by experience each day. Altho' we leave this ship of fame, Trusting that others will seek to gain Working, toiling, always for the best. With a fond farewell and sad adieu, We leave a place on deck for you. ' V SENIOR WILL We, the Senior class of '43, of Amo Highl School, being of,,sound mind and judgment do make, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament. To our beloved faculty we wish to give our sincere thanks for their earnest efforts in our behalf to make our years in high school not only pleasant but inspira- tional. , To our successor, the Juniors, we will our reputa- tion and esteem among the high school students and faculty and our unusual thoughts that have made our class successful. To the Sophomores we will our good grades and also our good looks which have helped us gain the last round of the ladder. To the dear little Freshies we will our ability to bluff the teachers by our innocent ways when they are watching. Lawrence Applegate wills his height of 6 ft. 4 in. to Marshall Walton. Bonnie Biehl wills her grades and ability to get along with the teachers to John Fitzgerald. Irvin Burnett bequeaths his privilege of sleeping during class to Fred Rumley. Andrew Cunningham wills his broad shoulders and manly physique to Rolland Rollings. Betty Jean Cunningham wills her good humor and giggles tc Luella Austin. Brice Ellett leaves a portion of his bashfulness and shyness with women to Bob Waltman. Clara Mae Elliott bequeaths her successful rules and schemes on NHcw to Catch a mann tc Wanda Masten. Doris Hathaway wills her desire to be a soldier's wife to Martha Louise Ccx. Bennie Heavin bequeaths his basketball technique to' Jim Elrod. 'w ' Irene Holbrook wills her southern drawl and love for jitterbug dancing to George Broadstreet. Jo Ann Jamison bequeaths her popularity and friend- liness to Lois Storts. A X ff Hi fi. . f' fig- L' Billie Jamison wills his pep and enthusiasm as yell leader to Gilbert Barry. Maurice Masten wills to Dave Burnett the privilege of looking after that Hcertain Freshman gal.H Clyde Moore wills his charming dimples and winsome smile to Naomi Kersey. Audrey Jean McClure wills her always perfect hair- dress to Dorothy Gentry. , Myrl Rumley wills her position as Hmail carriern to anyone who craves exercise particularly during sub-zero weather. Maebelle Sharpe leaves her desire to marry a man with lots of money to June Darnall. Donald Snyder wills that special laugh of his and the ability to get by with it to Deloris Snyder to keep it in the family. ' Esther Trump wills her prim and modest ways C23 to lildred Walton. Donald Walton wills his prominent position as student manager to Rex Hathaway. Mildred Weekly wills her boldness and her inde- pendent air to Ida Cottongim. Ardith West wills his argumentative ability and intelligent ideas to the Allee twins. - Maurice Wingler wills the ability to get and keep a girl friend to Lester Bryant. ' Peggy Winks bequeaths her typing ability to Bernard Casady. fa pf .4 :ai,g EE 'RAJ L' ii 'J 1.,y h.. 7 To Miss Osborn, our sponsor, we will lots of luck and the opportunity to sponsor another class as great as ours. To Miss Patten we will a loudspeaker to enable her to say, NYou may go.U To Mrs. Martin we will a typing class that makes fewer errors and more words per minute. To Miss Horton we will a special mail carrier so she won't have to make so many trips to the post office. To Mr. Stewart we will a formula to do away with love-sick students. -To Mr. Bray we leave someone to listen to his jokes and to his experiences at Allison's. To Mr. Whistler we will an imposing stature. so that his words may have more force. To Mr. Floyd we leave a No. 17 stamp Csince shoes are being rationedl because we know his are worn pretty thin walking up and down the assembly. 'i To Hr. Kropp we will an assembly whose individuals ask permission before speaking. To Mr. Vaughan we will the right to ask essay-type questions on tests Cafter we graduatej. i ILL if I1 E5'A M " 'Y --- - . 4 . CLASS PROPH?QY,Of '43 - 4,n ,near N f1t'is'now'19534-ten'years 'since our'classfparted?g-I have managed to keep in contact with Beach one 'and i'want to tell you about them. I ,N up Vx M ,C ,rf Lawrence Applegate, the tall, .lanky, camera fani is in Africa on a wild animal -expedition. 'He shoots sthese animals not with a gun but with a very fine camera. uLaw- renee sells these reels to'a studio in Hollywoodlg Hisfex- pedition is to last ten months and then he is off to Egypt to get pictures of life on the Sahara. Q . Betty Jean'Cunningham, a Soery 'dignified ' girl 'and everyone's friend, is the wife of a minister and lives- in a small town in Ohio. Betty Jean is very happy and little Bettytis cutting her first teeth. I ' j .'fW'f' -E. Benald Walton who was always trying to better himseli has reached the top. He is head of an air conditioning plantgin Tucson, Arizona. If ja ijfq, 'j gi v hDoris Hathaway Foster also resides in Tucson -and divides her time between her social duties and 3-year- old John. 1 ' 4 V ' ' i' 4, p . '4' . x " '- ' V, The famous basketball coach from Indiana is, none other than Bennie Heavin, one of the two basketball heroes in-our class. If you 'ask me, Bennie is really doing very well for himself. ' Maurice wingier, four other basketball hero, owns a farm near his parents' home.' Tubby, as he was always Called, is still-courting Margie. 'It seems as though they are always too busy to take the final step. - ,, .Peggy Winks, whose fingers fairly fly over typewriter keys, ia, a first lieutenant in the WAACS. Peggy fjoined two years after graduation. - - The-jitterbug of our nclass, Mildred Weekly, better known as Bobbie, is a dancing teacher in Indianapolis. ' I hear that she is wearing a diamond given to her by Kenny, her high school sweetheart. BQHDi6'BiQh15 class president of '43, has a job in an architect's office and is very successful and happy. . e , , ,,f Ardith West started out as a HFlat Footn but' he now is a very famous detective. He has solved many major crimes including HThe mysterywef the Disappearing Cheese.H CHe found the mouse.J He has very generously offered his services without charge to all his alumni friends. adwkllii Jamison is a pilot for the T W A Lines and recentlyfpiloted the president of the United States on a very impgrtant mission. - uf .3,':- X Clyde Moore, the youngest member, of our class, owns a large bubblegum factory. However, Clyde's twins chew up most of the profit, , Q. From the Far East comes word that Andrew Cunningham holds a very high position with the U. S. Navy. The letter was postmarked Chungking, China. . f It seems that Clara Mae Einom, faced the great prbblem of--to be or not to be--and she decided to be, Mra V Donald Snyder, the likable mischief maker, owns a confectionery in Indianapolis. Donald's factory is well known for its unique ice cream molds. ' Audrey Jean McClure, the little artist of the class, is now a commercial artist. This was always Audrey's ambition and she is very happy since she has attained it. Esther Trump is still up to her same old tricks--only now she's hundreds of miles from here digging gold in Alaska. Brice Ellett, the senior who can still blush, is an automobile salesman. Brice travels in Canada for his company. Irene Holbrook, is now a surgical nurse at the Wain- wright hospital in Chicago. 'u Irvin Burnett is a proud father of four ro dy boys and owns a large truck line from Memphis to St.-Joe. The boys are consuming bushels of spinach so they will grow to be like daddy. Myrl Rumley, who was always the nwifeyn type, is now maggied. Her husband owns a grocery store in Franklin, In ana. Maurice Masten has a large truck farm in southern Indiana. 'However, Maurice spends most of his time go- ing to Coeburn,Virginia. The fiery little red head from our class, Maebelle Sharpe, is a successful dress designer in New Orleans. As for myself--I'm just another housewife busy send- ing invitations to the class of '43 for a reunion on the beautiful lawn of dear old Amo High. if I . 5 ' W 3. , Q- , Y QQ D X 1? WX S .I Ax -, K 9 E Q '.:sw?m ms? wi if LJ ff-'K X . K ,S i i , par' ..--f f 7 N Xxx , 'Q A, "' S5l .L5,,g,Q,N R . XX- 1. X' ,. -,A Q if 'fi '5P5f'f"fl'g4."f"'if-W -- , " ' 'ff' 7-7 "" 'f Z.l"f"- ' ' l' 'P 'i ffQf"fl R Ez 'A ?':5QIQ'3f., ,.Qf -.-25-fi Q ' 1 ,.,.., if N, O ff . 1 f ii. -f.. .gf , 1' f fiilflffffti-EET'f.g -A wXN X X XX X x if 1 . xgn 5- . L -,Q X . 4..' N- W., Qx 1' 5 J!! 1.1, . .E ' I, " '. I , . -aff .I.,,. :II 1 ht' Q I,. ,,'II . 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W ' 'fi I., ' elf V P 4151 ., . .- 5-,II I 4 ,, sg .4 v5 ' L' 'wi ' 4A J -II ,L 1. Ig Wu' J ' l- v 1 . 45 If H-5 32" 'fi PVII T '-23155 ' ' F .. III QI ' '4 rc: F Mu , MAA. e-' w, -if 4..- J JUNIOR CLASS First Row: Allen Wright, Wanda Masten, Rosemary Crews, Neda Allee, Veda Alles, Ruth Crews, Maxine Owens, Madge Wheeler, Esther Fritsche, Rose Emma Bates, Mildred Walton, Ruth Ann Reily. Second Row: Mr. Stewart, Principal, Mr. Vaughan, Sponsor, June Darnall, Naomi Kersey, Thelma Phillips, Martha Louise Cox, Marjorie Morgan, Helen Wheeler, Jean Layton, June Hester, Helen Lawrence, Ida Cottongim, Jacoue Biehl. Third Row: Keith Walton, Jim Elrod, Fred Rumley Eugene Rhea, Marion Burgess, Lester Bryant, James Smith, Lester Sanders Cmoved to Boone Co.D, George Broadstreet, Bob Waltman, Bernard Casady, Mr. Floyd, Sponsor. S O,?'HC1MO.KE CL A S S First How: Carol Cox, Ann Archer, Harold Bray, Eugene Greeson,, David Burnett, Holland Rollings, Rex Hathaway, Deloris Snyder, Luella Austin. Second Bow: Miss Patten, Sponsor, Lois Storts, Dolores Applegate, BaiyMcClain, Cmoved to Danville bg Gilbert Bryant, Vernoi Applegate, Russell Hulse, Charles Feller, Dorothy Gentry, Geraldine Barnett, Cmoved to Dan- Villelg Jean Broadstreet Cwithdrawnj. ,Absentz Harry Nicely, Doyle waskom, Marshall Walton. a If Ii E S H M A N C L A 5 First Row: Herbert Phillips, William Passons Cmoved to Indianapolisb, Eugene Pfister, Paul Crews, Nr. Stewart, Principal, Alden Tnonqberryf Willard Lydick, Harry Rumley, Ralph Cunningham. f'vlM Second How: Virgil Davis, Leonard Archer Cmoved to Claytonl, Roy G'Neal, Beulah Malicoat, Mary Ellen Walters, Dorothy Troke, Dorothy Holbrook, June Jeekly, Beulah Wingler, Gilbert Barry, Joe Rumley, Joe Holbrook, John Fitzgerald, Mr. Whistler, Sponsor. O . ' I 1 as rfxs Qyrygfaf, we Us Most handsome V Most dependabl ' al Most popular bud , Best boy studen The sleepiest ' " Best all-round sport Most courteous y Beat school citilago ' willing wo ks' Most independeni' Most quiet Most e ergetic Sweetestfamile Most dgiendable boy Most ta ented B225 athlete M it popular-ugirvl Beet girl st ent The lazlest The gabbiest Most in love Mott ability 1 Best sense of-hu nt Eahdest sorter Moet intelligent Most original Biggest lirt Best disposition Sourest frown Deepest thinker Most friendly The prettiest 'El libet f lMartha Louise Qox Marion Burgess . Bonnie B ebl Billie Jamsion ' Jim Elrod Fred Rumley ' Eugene Rhea Irene Holbrook Donald Walton Peggy Winks Mildred Weekly Mildred Walton Deloris Snyder Beulah Malicoat Ardith West Marjorie Morgan Lester Bryant Jo Ann Jamison June Darnell Harry Rumley Wanda Masten Maurice Wingler Machelle Sharpe D gs1d,Snyder Hlry Walters 'Holland Roll? Thelma Phil- Estherl r mp ' Bride Ellett Lois Storts Betgafd Casady - yd . LQYWH A tsifiv Q 'ive tk, A . i, 8: 'ax Maurice Masten h urice Wingler Ardith West Mildred Weekly Donald Snyder Clyde Moore Jo Ann Jamison Audrey Jean McClure Bennie Biehl Doris Hathaway Myrl Ramley Betty Jean ,cmmingnam Irvin Burnett Billie Jamison Lawrence Applegate Brice Ellett 'Irene Holbrook Clara use Elliott Peggy Winks Donald Walton Bennie Heavin Andrew Cunningham hiaebeile Sharpe Esther Trump '-!. J. . HQ' MBI flabby Westie Bobbie Ship Otis JO 3RbY Tiny 'Bon Ton Sneezy BSBDN Jetty Bean Irv Big Boy Bill Lucy Bricie Rene Clarabelle Pee Donnie Ben Andy Red Snitchie radioyannouncer farmer-trucker air corps live in Chicago be a big farmer be in the air corps career girl commercial artist secretary or nurse aviatrix be in the service stenographer ' aviator aviator be a farmer be a millionaire be a nurse to get married join-the WAACS be president farmer railroad worker private secretary join the WAMS SEQCRIPTQQN ladies man K short and dark h wavy hair no stookings milk man tall, dark and dizzy blonde hair very small p Hdoo-dadsu in her hair dirty shoes braided hair no make-up long beard curly hair tall and thin happy and blushing red lips ring on her fingerr slant eyes D blue neektie x broad brow always courteous red hair Q dark eyes lmAGINE,THEM tithoutreolored glasses not in love without his lesson H without sQmeone's pencillna tall and dark not talking passing up a meal lftsi with her hair windblown W . 4--, , being undignified with little feet being 3 riveter living at Norman not leading yells M without his Helfn short and fat not blushing being rude without her sneeze, an old maid kissing a girl being unsophisticated not being courteous not looking for a new not giggling Q. 7 - .4 , -I - 1 - , boy friend f1'l"7 3 M J Row? ADVICE IO UNDhKCLASSMi-.N I We, the departing sergeants of Amo High School, leave to you, the buck prlvates, privates first class, and corporals, this most excellent advice. 1. Always contradict your teachers. It makes them respect you. 2. Come to school early. Loafing in the hall is welcomed by Mr. Stewart. . 3. Trip a classmate who might be passing your - desk. It promotes gracefullness. 4. Basketball players, this is especially for you. Always try to get out of classes early when you are having practice during the day. 5. When anyone trails across the assembly add to effect by helping with noise. 6. Hum in undertone during assembly periods. Music is inspirational to both teacher and student body. 7. Don't take your seat too soon after the bell rings in assembly. You'll be appreciated more. 8. Take your time going to classes. Wait until after the bell rings for you'll be surprised at the disturbance it causes. 9. When passing someone, push him gently. 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V' 'nn 1 Y :gn ml ...tiff 'F dpi A L: ,A.1e,. -l'1 J .x .. I, ,afsQgW ffm1 , , i 15,4 I i may . . 1. -LV., A: V N V Mp. SL T", jf '. ,il I H'N'.1ff:'ffi :- E"' ' ' ' N Q " - 1" 1 ' ff" AI' .'g.',f f f n: Q. H fi 'fc-9."'i1N' Hu V: .-r 4' "iv: - 'JC ' 1 Y 5' we nul- N BAND First Row: Jacque Biehl, Juanita Morgan, Naomi Kersey, Dorothy Troke, Martha Louise Cox, Rose Emma Bates. Second Row: Maxine Elliott, Alberta Rhea, Avis Logue, Virginia Mae Troke, Lois Storts, Thelma Phillips, Clifford Phillips. Third Row: Marjorie Morgan, Bonnie Biehl, Holland Rollings, David Burnett, Herbert Phillips, Maurice Mastsn, Betty Fritsche, Ruth Ann Reily. Q 'b Fourth Row: June Weekly, Ruth Ann Marley, Lois Fritsche, Alberta Elliott, Mona Glee Dillon, Madge mheeler, Charles Feller, Jim Elrod. n Fifth Row: Joan Fisher, Myrl Rumley, Erma Lee Edwards! Absent: June Darnall, Carol Cox, Ann Archer, Clara Mae Elliott, Helen Lawrence. 4 F. F. A. First Row: Roy O'Neal, marshall Walton, Willard Lydick, Herbert Phillips. Second Row: Orval O, Floyd, Alden Thornberry, John Fitzgerald, Gilbert Barry Bennie Heavin, Maurice Masten, Andrew Cunningham, James smith, Ralph Cunningham, Allen IJv1"ig1'1T.. . Absent: Maurice Wingler, Keith Walton. Officers: President, Maurice Wingler, Vice President, Allen Wright, Secretary, Herbert Phillips, Treasurer, Keith Walton, Watchdog, marshall Walton, Reporter, Ralph Cunningham, Adviser, Orval C. Floyd. 3 CHORUS First dow: Jo Ann Jamison, June Darnall, Billie Jamison, Maurice Masten, Andrew Cunningham, Lester Bryant, Herbert Phillips, Ralph Cunningham, Jim Elrod, Qennie Heavin, Bernard Casady, Esther Trump, Betty Jean Cunningham. ., ' -' v . 'K Second Rrw: Rosemary Crews, noy O'Veal, Paul Crews, Hex Hathaway, John Fitajerald, Millard Lydick, Alden Thornberry, Marion Qurgess, Irvin Wurnett, Naomi Kersey, Myrl Rumley, Haehelle Sharpe. i f ' L, Third Row: Audrey Jean McClure, Thelma Phillips, Helen Uheeler, Gilbert harry, David Qurnett, Qob Yaltman, Eugene Rhea, Lester Sanders, Mildred. Weekly, Helen Lawrence, Peggy Winks, Martha Louise Cox. A' wg, 1 J ' '-2 .Fourth Row: June Weekly, Ann Archer,,. Dolores Applegate, Virgil Davis, Donald Snyder, Eugene Pfister, Marshall Walton, Eugene Greeson, Ruth Crews, Uaxine Owen, Wanda Masten, Donnie Biehl. Fifth Row: Clara Mae Elliott, June Hester, Beulah Malicoat, Dorothy Holbrook, Marjorie Morgan, Lois Storts, Madge Wheeler, Ruth Ann Reily, Jacque Diehl, Dorothy Troke, Jean Layton, Deloris Snyder, Rose Emma Dates. Absent: Neda Allee, Veda Allee, Carol Cox, Beulah Wingler, Mary Ellen Walters, Ida Cottongim, Maurice Wingler, Keith Walton,- George Droadstreet, Harold Bray. E fd w , r fy f l r Ass. IKEHLJIKIEA :Under the superv Q Q gf the qommercial teacher, Mrs. Marting the Ace 9 than oompleted its second year of publication. 'Q :tions were available every six weeks. The staff ' gg'fo1lows3 Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Advertising Manager Circulation Manager Exchange Manager Sports Editor Asst' Sports Editor Reporters Production'Managerq .fypista n Artists Proofreaders Mimco. Operators Faculty Adviser Irvin Burnett Bernard Casady Maurice Wingler Donald Walton Maebelle Sharpe Maurice Wingler Bonnie Biehl Esther Trump Madge Wheeler David Burnett Beulah Wingler Batty Jean Cunningham Peggy Winks Clara Mae Elliott Bonnie Biehl Audrey McClure Mildred Weekly Audrey McClure Peggy Winks Billie Jamison Irvin Burnett Mrs. Martin 4-5 b1,,,3'- -f ' A lwTC":l:X 4 '1' M '. fi' sf V 3' ,,--V Ng-I' - ,QQ-. x 5 x N " X 1 X - ' ' 'W' 1 - f-2'f:s,"'M ' ' f . "+m1.1s: Q. . .' is-2 531. 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R. - ' , I 1 - 'e - D-I. 1 . 1 Lf 1, II I I If 'F ,. .QIII -.I x,'."l' ' 4 J. .'.m ff' rg- ' "D- 1 . if ' 1 13 I ' u 1 iv . ,I , 1 V v. 1 ' I V - I 1' IQ, 1 A .Q 'I Arlo rw 'wh is BASKETBALL REVIEW '. AMO - 19 PITTSBORO - 29 On November 6, the Amo Aces opened the season with the Burros on the Pittsboro floor but were downed by 10 points. Very little scoring was done by either team during the first half. The Aces fought valiantly in the last half but were unable to overtake the Burrosr AMO - 37 STILESVILLE - 31 Friday the thirteenth proved tg be an unlucky even- ing for the Stilesvil e Tigers. The game was exceed- ingly fast with the semis q the half l -l5. Our boys worked hard, showed exgqllz t teamwork and won the reward, their first victory gg the season. AMO - 25 CLAYTON - 21 Clayton was the next pg to fall victim to the Amo Aces on November 20. The g 5 got off to an early lead gndhplayed all around the Capginals in true basketball as on. D AMO - 40 DANVILLE - 38 The Danville Warriors game to the home court on December 9, full of fight. ppring thi first half of the ball game they proved to he 3 real t reat to the Aces. The score was tied the greater part of the game. With one a n a half minutes to gp Danville held a five point margin. But to the joy of the team and fans when the horn sounded the score was 36-36, Each team made two points in the first overtime but in the second, Lester Sanders made a nice tip which changed the verdict and we won one of the best games of the season. .AMO - 32 NORTH SALEM - 28 North Salem afforded the op osition in the next game December ll. The visitors Sade a game fight but found the home team too much for them. COUNTY TOURNAMENT In the first game of the County Tourney, the Aces met the Burros on Friday morning. It was an interesting game from start to finish. When the final gun fired the Aces were victorious by a score of 21-20. 'N . Winning over the Burroa entitled the Aces to meet the Stilesville Tigers on Friday evening. The Tigers were -little and fast but met defeat at the hands of the Aces by a score of 37-32. , Following their victory over the Tigers, the Aces encountered ,Plainfield on Saturday evening. Floor work seemed ton be in vain for shot after shot of the Aces fell short or bounced back. The half ended with Amo on the 'short end of a 21-14 score. In the second half the if . v ix. Aces would gain possession of the ball only to lose it by wildj shooting, ,During the last two minutes of play Amo' rallied 'but 'was unable to overcome the earlyjln d and was'defeated by a 39+35'score3 ' ' ' .T 'flgl . , . N , , ', A V . ..-v- .L , , Y I H -k.I.',V,Ht,:n'4:, ' AMO - 34 l',f,' ',NEW WINCHESTER -Q22 1 S Newt Winchester 'afforded the"opposition in the next home game, January 8. The game was slow, -and the visitorsi did not haves sufficient, punch sto. take homage victory. bi' E v t, g..'n,Wffi'f1L ' ,Q ,ff g ',AMo' - 30' A -- ' j Ci.AYToNQ-,fel The Aces played Clayton, January 155 on the Garde inal floor. This' was an exciting gameg a closely guarded affair, with Amo bringing home the baoon,h -K Amo -. 34 r T ll T PLAn1FiELn.5Q- 28 1' 'The Plainfield Quakers were hosts on January-22 me the Blue Aces. This proved to be a thrilling ball igang because we were out for revenge. Remindful of our pres: vious defeat in .the county tourney the boys swept ,the Quakers off their feet and came home nith the keg. use , g -ALC p,37 T 2 T T f .,'LIZTON'ff3onJ rg 1. The Lizton Blue Blazers came to the home f floor January 29, with the'intention of getting the keg.' STHS Aces controlled the ball during the eniire game'andf-at no time was our quintette threatened with defeatflp TH f Amo f435 A VV . ,, "ip sTILESViLLs'ff3i,htQi One more game was added to our strrnggof vietaries when we downed the Stilesville Tigers, February 53 in' a ferocious battle. Play was fast and rough through out the tilt and although they were defeated, the U Stiles- villegquinjette was a real obstacle in the Kees path. " Amo - 51 r A SACRED HEART'-'528' ' The following night after our hard scrimmage at Stilesville, Amo entertained, Sacred Heart of Indianaw polis. The game was entirely too one-sided to be termed exciting, however Sacred Heart played a good game and should be praised ifori their sportsmanship and clean. playingytaptlcsg I A' , , ,M,V' tjw AMO - 36 r It r l r Avom - 35' , The Blue, Aces chalked up another victory whenlthe Avon Orioles came ,'g' to the home floor on February l2,' The boys worked hard and played an excellent game. 'The,Vop- ponents played'harder the second half but could not Htop the Blue Aces. " T' ' ' e Amon- 37 Q 1 - x New WIUNCHESTER - ei U Accordingi to custom, Amo's hardwood team defeated the New Winchester lwarriors on .February T l7, .The Warriorsr made at bravef attempt tbutifell'short at the final horn. ' ' ' ' "Ur ' ' A ' ' 1. 5 ,317 AMO - 26 W. Cn February 19, we went to Lizton grimly determined to keep the keg because this was our last scheduled game before the sectional. The contest was fast and hard- fought with the Blazers close upon our heels. SECTIONAL TOURNEY The Clayton Cardinals were defeated in the first game of the Friday afternoon session by the Blue Aces. Amo made the opening tally and had a 25-17 advantage at the final gun. Amo continued to keep a good grip on the county keg by defeating North Salem 29-27. The score was too close for comfort during the entire encounter and at one time was 27-18 in favor of North Salem. In the closing min- utes of play, Amo succeeded in grabbing an uneasy two point margin. X Amo entered the game Saturday afternoon with the county keg in their possession, but after the final gun Plainfield took possession of the treasured county sym- bol. Amo held a comfortable margin during the first three quarters. The final quarter proved to be our un- doing. The Quakers uncorked such a comeback that they pulled to the front at 23-22. With only a few minutes to play, both teams tried desperately to shade their op- ponent. The final tally gave Plainfield the one-point lead which meant a victory for the Quakers. The score was o AJ?- . 1. giiEgiEw ' ci' Amo Amo Amo Amo Amo Amo Amo Amo Amo Amo Amo Amo Amo Amo Amo Amo Amo Amo Amo Amo "' I' r"" SCOALS Pittsboro Stilesville Clayton Danville North Salem County Tourney Pittsboro Stilesville Plainfield New Winchester Clayton Plainfield Lizton Stilesville Sacred Heart Avon New Winchester Lizton Sectional Tourney Clayton North Salem Plainfield Rhea Wingler L. Bryant Sanders Waltman G. Bryant Heavin Broadstreet Casady Burgess Smith S UJXJ1 M A FTM 22 25 22 24 12 O 21 5 7 O 0 KY TP 113 104 159 83 58 3 72 30 27 C 0 Games Played 19 18 18 18 . 18 5 19 13 14 2 1 , Q X IJ .4 W' :W ,f er Q I ,f - G P Em Q '9 N? c D f fvxgvvgg. 1'-A-'UN so 'J' 'x .f-. .,.. .2-. Q' 5-Ulu V .ff-X '-21535. ' "Q-rj- fr- .Al ,V A w 1 fh-' V--Ni f-.L -' -'-Lv 1. .,,. . ,,'7.., . if-, I , A 5 ,V 1 - VL- I- 5 -V 4: W ' 1 , J.. :wh L -4 Q -5?-J1,k .tV, 1-.. VV. ' 1' 'QI 'Am . 31, -E51 V . 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The seniors saunter in, the Juniors blow in, the Sophomores strut in, and the Freshmen blunder in. Miss Guss, our English teacher, has resigned and is now assistant Visual Education Director at Indiana University. Miss Patten is our new English teacher. The Seniors elect Miss Osborn sponsor. Seniors elect officers. Juniors elect Mr. Vaughan and Mr. Floyd for sponsors. Junior class officers are elected. We were sorry to have Mrs. Sturgeon, our commerce teacher, resign to join the staff of Danville High School. Sophomores organize with Miss Patten as their sponsor. The High School welcomes Mrs. Martin as the new commerce teacher. The Seniors look ahead as they order their invitations early this year. The FFA organizes. An inspiring talk was given on scrap drives. The school decided to make a contest of its scrap drive--the even classes of the school against the odd classes. Scrap drive begins. The Freshmen were inducted into Amo High School. Those not dressed to represent some armed force had to do sentry duty in front of the school house. People passing probably thought Amo was a military school. - Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct .J H! . .1.,.f-,: Hgill? ' L5 625553 .Z , .. . . are 1 tttt 1. ' N-f V no ' 'Tri' if i rf to Ol""f"T"""! OCTOBER The scrap drive ends. today. You should have seen all the tons of scrap. The Seniors have a class meeting and decide to gave their pictures taken at Porters' National .,tudio. Miss Hopkins, a representative of Porters' stu- dio, shows us samples of their work. The FFA has a Parent and Son Chili Supper and all seem to have a swell time, especially the Dads. The High School Chorus gives the first assembly program. There isn't a very large audience since practically all students are in the Chorus. We have our first Physical Fitness class today, and we thought we were through with Physical Ed. Mr. Stone takes group pictures of each class. Teachers' Association this week end, and we get two days vacation. Six Seniors sing in State Choral Festival at Teachers' Association. s The Sophomores are glad to welcome Doyle Waskom of Monrovia into their class today. Seniors, go to Indianapolis to have their pic- tures taken. You can bet we make a day of it. We enjoy a picture show in the assembly. The teachers take time out from their classes to fill out applications for oil rationings We don't mind as much as they do. The Junior play, nPigtailsW, is a huge success. ,gig .. 2 o. .- i .AQ ,A .. FF Y yi! J. E. 4' 'F gi , ox H flag... 4NOVEMBr'E3R M if ,. .. -sf -' Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Pres. Hunt of Central Normal College gives an inspiring talk. The first basketball game of the seasonf 'Amo.is defeated by Pittsboro, 29-19. Oh well, bad beginning, good ending, we hope. Amo downs the Stilesville Tigers, 37-314 Billie Jamison. Beulah Malicoat and Irvin Burnett are elected yell leaders. A talk is given by the speaker of the Christian Youth Conference. . We are dismissed in the afternoon because of gas rationing. Gas rationing. Another afternoon's vacation. Amo adds another victory to its list. The swore of the Amo-Clayton game is 25-21. V Thanksgiving vacation. " The aeronautics class goes to Indianapolis today. They don't need to try to tell us they lookg at airplanes all day. I Q .' ' DECEMBER T .u H Dec. l Barbara'McClain withdrew from the Senior class and moved to Danville. Dec BrrrE!i Cold. Today school was dismissed before Dec Dec noon because of the drifting snow. The high school drew names for the Christmas ex- change. Mr. Stewart is the 'proud father of a boyg John Charles. He treated the entire high school to ice cream. . Dec. 9 Had intelligence V27 test. Amo defeats Danville in an overtime game. Dec. ll Big day for the Seniors. Their name cards arrive. Dec. 14 Senior pictures arrive and the Seniors spend a day looking at themselves. Dec. 18 County Tourney. We had high hopes after we beat 19 Pittsboro and Stilesville, but alas--Plainfield defeats us. Dec. 20 The second edition of the Ace Reporter came out today. Dec. 22 Christmas Exchange. What a day! Dec. 23 Chrisunas vacation comes but once a year. Dec. 28 Seniors order invitations. Dec. 29 Plans are being made for the Junior-Senior re- ception. O X - JQ! TDTslE ruwne WMEHM WEMEEWMEEERMSQE JANUARY Jan. l We start a new year. Six seniors are absent. It looks as if some people don't know when to go to bed. Jan. 4 Rev. Godwin gives a talk to the student body. Jan. 5 The Sophomores gained a new member today, Harry Nicely from New Winchester. Jan. 8 New semester and another day's vacation. Teachers make out reports. We defeat New Winchester 34-22. Jan. 12 The Juniors and Seniors take an arithmetic test-- only four Seniors and three Juniors pass. Those not making above 78 will have to take an arith- metic course this semester. The Senior basketball sweaters are ordered. Jan. 15 Our first day for H. S. arithmetic. The team plays Clayton and adds another victory. Jan Jan Jan 14" 2 3 Q, 'w .i .KA Q 18 Senior class meeting.' The nPatrdotW' is chosen as the name of our annual. ' 21 Everyone enjoys the short given in the assembly. . war picture which is - . .- game- with Plainfield and bring home the county keg. 22 The Aces play a thrilling Jan 26 A picture show on Eucador. Jan 29 Amo defeats Lizton 37-30. ' : 3 -0 -7' gAm,.Ja ,' Q5 -'ez 1 i i i f FEBRUARY Feb 2 Mr. Stewart and Mrs. Martin go to Indianapolis Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb to buy paper for the Annual. 3 The government class holds an election with two party platforms5'one drawn up by the boys and the other by the girls. 5 Amo wins over Stilesville by a small margin. 6 A free ball game for Amo students. Amo defeats Sacred Heart. l2 Another ballgame! Amo wins over Avon. 13 Ther High School and faculty enjoy a Valentine - party given by the Junior Class. The Gym is decorated in keeping with Valentine Day. - 16 Five girls are caught doing the Virginia Reel in the office at noon. 17 Amo defeats New Winchester 37-31. 18 Rev. McClure, Greencastle District Superinten- dent of the Methodist Churches speaks to the High School. 19 Mr. Blythe of Indiana Business College talks to the Senior girls on taking a Defense Course. 25 26 Plainfield wins the Sectional. 27 .441 L 5 5:92, Q3 I ' MARCH :SKS 1 N jc., f if ,,.4 1 AQ", , W' .Q fx' 1 ,NN 12' ?Tff ' H-.qv 4 Mar. ll MBP. Mar. 18 Mar. 22 Mar. 25 Mar. 26 Mar. 27 Mar. 30 April 6 April 16 April 23 April 30 May 7 May 9 May 14 Grades are issued. Commercial contest at Fillmore. Four schools participate--Amo, Danville, Bainbridge, and Fillmore. Class Tournament. Seniors select their play, nMurder Mansion.n Senior invitations arrive. A basketball supper is given for the basket- ball boys. The Senior sweaters are presented and the first team and Senior boys receive small gold basketballs. ' Rev. Malsbary gives a talk urging the high school students to take part in the radio program HYouth for Christ.n Commercial contest at Danville. Students par- ticipating were: .Advanced typing: Peggy winks, Bonnie Biehl, Betty Jean Cunningham. Beginning typing: Jim Elrod, June Darnall, Thelma Phillips. Bookkeeping: Maebelle Sharpe, Clyde Moore, Peggy Winks. Business Adjustability: Peggy Winks, Esther Trump, Betty Jean Cunningham. The Seniors have tryouts for the Senior play. APRIL Seniors receive their composite picture. NMurder Mansionn presented by the Seniors. Spring vacation. Senior Farewell Party. MAY Junior-Senior reception. Last day of school for the Seniors. Baccalaureate. Commencement. Our school years are over, but life has just begun. .-'U " . Jr K' 1151 -. 2 L? " i 5. -1 .n e :- - - 3 1' I y l 1- ,- f d,,.- 1 ' 'H s . .- - ' . if -fn. ? ,y 1' 3' --"":.-Zlir X - ' A I , ," ,.f: ff ...aw N' v ' -"'...,,-,.-.mi-Mt: .f .' , ,,A,, .. 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"5"-5"""' ' Q5 -651-F 'lv-WN " EMM-f-'-f'1 . - .-'11" . " r .- -4 .NQUMA 'ia-.-Q., . :iii-: ...,,N,..,q-2.' -A --+:-'34, A' x , --,---.jj.j.,f--'-- .14-Q.. b - 43um n' b-.. ----, ,U 'Y 'S-bfi: -4 . 1- Q I I ,, ..+... ' , ' 'dm - ry- , ' A' fXU'l'CJGK APH S OUR FRESHMAN SONG In dear Amo High there is a Freshman class, which the teachers guided and helped all to pass. Now that we are through, many thanksvtptymu, We want to show that we are all true blue. Choruse, 4 There's a future goal which we hope to fill, And step by step we're sure to gain that hill. When we reach our goal may we all be told, The Freshman class has passed their first mile-stone Then that glad day when we are all alumni, We'll smile and say-- What a thrill to remember, Here in Amo dear we've tried every day, Just to prove our worth and hear the others say-- What a class you've been and so full of vim, At Amo in those dear old high school days. FAREWELL SONG From the halls of dear old Amo High, We are a senior class. Working very hard to gain our aim, And to bring the best to pass. To the senior class of '44 And our other classmen too We wish you all the best of luck And success to each of you. We are proud of our Alma Mater, And the honors she has won. We will carry forth all her standards, For they are always well done. Chorus: Now the task has been accomplished, And we bid you all adieu. , To our teachers that have helped us through, A million thanks to you. Having gone thru four divisions, We have finally reached our goal. This victory was symbolized, By a sheep skin sealed with gold. KVHEHTS URUE STUIIE QUALITY DRUGS -an.. V V FOR GENERAL HAULING I JOHNSTON'S CHOCOLATES g Call FOUNTAIN SERVICE IX H XX A rw- Lady--UHow were you wounded, my kind man?U P 'Soldier--nBy a shell, lady.H Lady--NDid it explode?n Soldiers-HNo. It crept up close and bit me.N Coatesville Compliments of Mr. Whistler: HThere is no difficulty in the world that can't be overcome if you try.N fx Bob Waltman: nDid you ever ' try squeezing toothpaste back I into a tube?u L A ' N 5 Compliments of .J C' IQ f'N ' Q X.: K' A if iS3" flfy A 05 is fa IM P C O. CLAYTON F r L Clayton THE s ELECTRIC SHQE SHOP P 'H. A. QKEENLEE Coatesville ,,.,, , i.,,,,lu srl--. -,H o Compliments of l A small boy, leading a don- l key, passed by an army camp. l A cou le of' soldiers wanted to N' d have gome fun with the lad. r Nwhat are you holding on to Q your brother so tight for, son- ' 2 ny?n said one of'them. Beauty Shop l "So he wonit ,join the army," my the youngster replied, with- Clayton l l Out blinking an eye. - CQMPLIMENTS OF AMG MJLUNG CO, , , Cl' ', . When in DANVILLE visit SHELL-STATION Ride Gaily - Shellubricated J. A. DALY-PIQOP cu- ' UHUVGILLE BEHUTH SHUPPE All Beauty Service 1 Phone 306 for appointment WIHREHRET THUITIPSUU-PROP El EU CURTIS GENERAL HAULING Coal Grain Lime .. an Local 5 Long Distance Coatesville 5 ,,.. ,, , ,Le 1 Compliments of N gvp r'if",'..oJt P1 fax UE' .JfJlx..J :D Jfxjlziuf GARAGE A Mtg Dahville STG N Es REGAL STQRE and GENERAL MERCHANDISE Phone 60 Clayton " I f' ' E ' ' , E ' X854 uClara Mae is keeping her marriage a secret.W nHow do you know?W 0She told me.n X 1 I 2 X 1 I 1' :',' X -. . Wall fL:g?Q pg Paints Paper f ,I Enamels 4.11. W -1 'f I! Yes!U We can still supply the most of your building needsn Quality Materials - Quick Service Amo Jess M. Baker, Prop. Mr. Bray: nlrvin, you can't sleep in my class.n Irvin B.: NI could if you didn't talk so loud.n For Veterinary and Drug Service Call DK. C. F. SHAKTLE, Stilesville I ll 4 Li- HAMPTONS GARAGE ON STATE ROAD 40 Special.Attention Given to Tourists TEXACO. oil d gas wrecker service Stilesville Cheerful one Cto newcomer, on being asked what the trenches are likebz If yer stands up yer get snipedg if yer keeps down yer gits drownedg if yer moves about yer gets shelledg and if yer stands still yer gets court- martialed for frostbite.N x D'!i' LUBIilC,1X'HNG MOTDK FUEL IS STILL , h 6 .iA JLXHEJLXD OF 'fs-15 PfXKfXDg'5,e Depend on your D-X Dealer for UDuration Drivingn HOKTON one CG. Phone 532-Y CHET MARTIN, AGENT A A Danville v - -I - . Compliments of If ff . C. Jxklifi Li j SEE DICK KIGER.,,.....YOUR SALESMAN FDR - ALL SCHOOL SUPPLY AND EQUIPMENT NEEDS 52 W. New York St. Indianapolisl Phone Riley 7131 C Compliments of XXLLEHS Hnnmn BRUTHERSR swims ummm ' I REPAI R G WELDING SHG? Coatesville COATESVILLE - 'pdnfxgii Pi fx Y Q,M,1-,?,Q XV f Q - ' Z .f- C 1 f,j',p1.f.:CiaN!x f ,Q ,J E QZXY 352 Custom 'B 'J IJ!" Butcher-ing Amo Phone . Star Route S Y M QM S H AK DWAKE S UPPLY V WE SPECIALIZE IN -- OUTFITTING THE HOME also EVERYTHING FOR YOUR CAR Plainfield ' 1, . , . 'I -4 INLAND MARINE WAR DAMAGE HOUSE-SURETY AUTO FARM BOND American State Great American American Ins. Group Continental-Ocean New York Life American Surety IQOY HQDS N Men's Wear The Kind of Clothes Gentlemen Wear Tailored to Measure Shirts Shoes for the Entire Family Coatesville Phone 3480 Oscar Benbow: NBob, are you spitting in the waste paper basket?n Bob Waltman: WNO, but I'm coming pretty close.U AMERICA N BEAUTY 5 H 0 P Danville A naval officer fell over- board. He was rescued by a deck hand. The officer asked how he could reward him. WThe best way, sir,H said the gob, is, to say nothing about it.' If the other fellows knew I'd pulled you out, they'd chuck me in.W J. C. LOGJA N Mobilgas 6 Mobiloil Danville 145 E. Main 5 ' 1 Higgs , Y, , , -..nl l...-. .4 ' MOTHER 8 DAD PATRICK I Q . I Y 1 4 y r"f EUM ET m eme for xg' T Chicken G Steak Ice Cream 8 sandwiches Danville- Dinners MEIQLE L. MASTEN ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE OWL CAFE Fire Wind Hail Auto A GCOD PLACE Health Accident TO EAT Life Stilesville Amo Phone Billie J., the paratrooper Cafter landing in a treeh "I was trying to make a new rec- ord.W Irvin B. NYou did. You're the first man to climb down the tree before climbing up it.N 5 I HOME LU M E5 E K CO LUMBER - COAL DANVILLE -I QW f , mvvm SHI mn. STILESVILLE Service Station West edge of Danville Tobacco Candy Cold Drinks Phone -- 22 Gasoline --- Oil THE FIRST UQTIUHDL BHHK of CUHTESVILLE Strong Safe Dependable QE' Service " Checking Account Savings Department Safe Deposit Department Travelers Checks ' Money By Telegraph Strongest Vault in Hendricks Co. Members of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments of Y G Marshall W.: "Didja hear about e m1 itary worm, Mr, pSte- wart?n P General Merchandise Mr. Stewart: nThe military worm?U Marshall W.: NSure. He's in Coatesville the Apple Corps.W A 1 1 1 v 1 , , Hfnomcns co. Hmm Hmmm coopfamzvf asm mc. fl Farmer Owned Farmer Controlled - We serve the county everything for the farm Danville H 3 Cfx fx. fgfKDrN,, C-J kyf mv' Nik CLIN . Af? Jeweler and Optometrist Expert Service Always At Your Disposal Danville Sergeant Cbursting in during dinner! Dany comp1aints?N Timid Doughboy--Ulf ,you please, the meat's terribly funny.N Sergeant--Nwell, then, laughn FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 187-l Danville x f "' "'-' 1 I K x -... N-.- I - ll "'T452 ...-- 111 ...gun-ann-an L THE O FIRST NAUONAL BANK The Oldest National Bank in xx X Indiana ' Danville N 1 I Q THE LUHULEH CU. Poultry, Eggs G Cream Highest Market Price HULL I3 UJHLLS-HTG-R. Nwhere did you get that turkey?' asked the colonel of a Texas regiment, to one of his amiable recruits, who came into camp with a fine bird. UStole it,n was the laconic reply. UAh,n said the colonel, trium- phantly, to a bystander, nyou see my boys may steal, but they won't lie.0 I Amo High School uses aff i M rj., KN Q' L lx!! Mxlfl. A'fHLafr1c: aoulpmzzmff Emroe Sporting Goods Company 3 i 1 Indiana's Leading Sporting Goods Store f Q 209 W. Washington St., Indianapolis SSRIYYUDEEU2 IIDMJUQHWY ' W Artillery Commander-eNFire U Pasteurized Dairy Products , at will !"n 'L . n 3 . 2 Recru1t-- Where s W1l1? 2 Coatesville Phone 5522 l A, 5 Q o , p- J,,W,WmN if ,AQA qlho , pp p ep p . ,, i - ,m-lu1 than o ,lla p H, pl - D e . . E Complwe of p Ummm Hmm. Q amp Swag HADLE Y BEAUTY SHQP JOHN M- Welding - any kind,? Phone 4 for appointment Tractor Service V Coatesville y Plainfield . gnome 5371 -o 1 a a o as Y gp. fl X JAf"fffl'N XJJxNJNez BE A U T Y SHG? Phone 115 Clayton PLAINFIELD TIRE STORE A . WI-HCKER 63 SCN REGAL STGRE GENERAL MERCHANDISE Meat Poultry 8 Eggs Gas Oil Phone Amo -4, mms WEE Private Shepherd had been in the army a week when his sergeant asked: NWhat do you think of the k 1 I! army as far as you ve got? - UI may like it after awhile,H he replied, NBut just now I think there's too much drilling and fussing around between meals.N GENERAL STCDRE DANVILLE STATE BANK CLAYTON BRANCH C y Member of the FDIC E HADLEY Each Deposit Guaranteed Up to 35,000.60 G. A. Limeberry, Manager EULUHHD LU. UJHTT Watchmaker ' Jeweler Elgin Watches Novelties DRY CLEANING All Work Guaranteed Plainfield SN. THE E '- V i , IU' "' ' r' LQ'Cn,V1fXJXlJ 5 KXJKL Home of KO-WE-BA Pure Food Groceries - Meats Clothing - Shoes Phone 17 Clayton BUHKIES mmm FANCY GROCERIES Home of Baby Beef Passing a hand over his forehead, the worried drill sergeant paused for breath as he surveyed the knockkneed recruit. Then he pointed a scornful finger. HNo,N he declared, NYou're hopeless. You'll never make a soldier. Look at you now. The top 'alf of your legs is standin' at attention an' the bottom 'alf is standin' at ease!H nCould I see General Blank?n I1I0m sorry, but General Blank is ill 'todai.N Phone 3321 NW at made him ill?U WOh, things in general.H Plainfield I 1, , Y VW 5' B 71-I X CHARLES EJUIQCH GENERAL THUCKING Local or Long Distance ALEXANDER GAIQAGE J STCP AND TRY Our Service Coal - Grain -' Livestock Amo Phone N Phone 7 Clayton .v-Y , , -...., . . wORRELL'S REGAL STORE DANVILLE Prop.- Frank Rhoades Danville Visitor--NAre you the Execu- tive Officer? I have a grandson serving on board.n Executive--uYes, madam. He's 'away on leave just now at- tending your funeral.U READY TO WEAR Suits and Overcoats N Pafasmfs QLUIHES SHOP Danville cup RATE DRUGS omnvuue Umm 3101253 James R. Alley CReg. Phar.J East Side Sq. Danville Mr. Benbow: UHere, don't you spit on the floor.n Clyde M.: HS'matter, does it leak?n THE KEEOEO BOOK STORE Visit us for School and Office SCOTTS H UKST Dealers in Supplies Poultry, Eggs, Wool, and That good GULF gas 5 oil - . Danville AMO ....-... ....................,.... .... ..-...-. ,.1.................- ... . . I 1 I EH QE 4 Q We v p You need your community store i N113 x-of ll! A number of' Legionnaires were seated around a table in a I crowded restaurant when a 1 much hurried waitress spilt a in .,, -e- el E',:.::. ,E:Q':. . ' .A':.-55: j:.,-, , I 5,3 Q ' "'.'5'Cf .' ' L". , 'F f.'.Q',-:. 5 . -.1 I : ' '-':..':'-.' 'i -'- r.' 'Lf T-:f 569.43 :i " -ff: . 3: 2-:-,- , ' , 3 :Q 4"-5:3 5.13-'E --:. Q 5' 1 EUHTESVME HEHHLU 2331622.hoihiogioilftaiviilui tered, tried to control his l a?2-ieraitiid 5523i1yc0m2'3Lm3Z2 p gf you sinful corhrades. say something appropriate? ' Q cw c L-.. ...ic 9 , Ezeiif A'3Q'Qli ..,:"'Qf.'2 " 'fffif .-if I . FUNERAL HOMES Coatesville Danville Tel. 26-ll Tel. 202 Ambulance Service 1 Allan Campbell Fred Shelton Shes "You're the nicest boy l Compliments of -, x thlglerl Qgzileiirtroletne Marines." L-j G C E' K She: "I have--to dozens of them.N Danville HOUSMANCS fQf.s'ffxUm NT Compliments of For Eats 6: Meats A i Ned Herrington, Prop. ' N. Side Sq. Danville Dgnvjllg ' Compliments of Eat 8 Bowl . WSU BGLULIUE QLLEH Dentist Danville Danville Compliments of PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY 0? WDIANA iNC. Danville 7 ' -4-- . -LA , . -rfb - - - 1:1-'V-5 " -- :ini ew' e i c c e If X 1- -- A.,... -- A - N: - 'T' .g ,X wi V ' x, HAV E, N Hilliks Feegf Custom grinding The Feedagixing , Place Phone 149 Clayton 1 To ' - are e EAT y' and 5 The A Place i- To MEM' 2 l West Edge of Stilesville ' ' on U. S. 40 Fred Rumley: HI've added those figures ten times, sir.H Mr. Stewart: NGood boy.H Fred: Hand here's the ten answers.U L ,-jgQif1A ssle i e one assi i?"?f' " x g-4 J l ,rg f fl-VWSX Sergeant--Hwhy is it important -'J-J-'xx-J Jr- N'j not to lose your head in an at- l l tack?H Recruit--HBecause that would leave no place to put the helmetvs D .ll Pl fi ld l anvi e ain e Q E BMMXVD WE CRM M F K ix., ,, l' 1 NNone bettern - Since 1875 f Makers of Eskimo Pie Products ' Distributed Locally by Stringer Ice Cream Co. Danville If , , COATESVILLE ELEVATOK AND FEED CO. GRAIN SEED FEED DARNALL L MASHES Phone Coatesville McCORMICK - DEERING FARM MACH. Hardware Fence Electrical Appliances Danville Coatesville QMRS i VARIETY swat 3 5 ! I i nBang!H went the rifles at the maneuvers. N00-oolu screamed the pretty girl--a nice, deco- rous, surprised little scream. She stepped backward into the arms of a young man. NOh!N said she, blushing. NI was frightened by the rifles. I beg your pardon.N NNot at all,H said the young E!1!E?11g.ar2g4iigiy.g0 over and watch s- ,, is ,, s.,, ,mu Y ,---.U-...u-, im-- -an -V i VW i V i ri ' no VJ 54" l "NUI FY S Jr' .,,-..J .., ,AL tv ffl clfi A N T COATESVILLE QNDIANA . SHOP SAVE i i C1 ' Groceries - Meats 1 m Phone 128 clsypgqwl Compliments of lfXWF"F :yrs fi 'N "' .,.'.lf J-. Lflff. Belleville Amo , Indiana -.--..... www- ---f f -fQr rrWi 2-fif' , . Q , F l 'I in Ln... "iq: , 1 . .A .5 ,hi V X. i 1 ' 1 rx so ,. if . swf g A 21 .1 Sam ' fm' 14, wpaln Po?UUg5s ," ' 9 . ,jj fi" , I f?'?iLCED y fmiiig . 'F 'Pfxkk-fjlx.6JL-'fxffkfwh'nPi'L 915- f 1 Q, . H - C . s 'I ' ' ,V 1' . ,A . q ' 'lv . , a 'f ..V +,,.,, In .,. Q2 if it 5 'I 5 In k , fi . Q aw rf, ., 5,1 . 4 w. Q PQOICT .E KSl 1is1A"'r10NfxL swnia " RUTH Poffrafa--M G5a. 31.9, ILLINCAS BUILDWG 1NmNfxPoLzs, mo, 5111 Pfpzz mifff 9114 1, . I y 4' 8 x I , . sf. ,L .sl ,- ' 9 an Y Q , . - ax' - 9 . 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