Amo High School - Amoace Yearbook (Amo, IN)

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Standing-Vernon Applegate, Gilbert Bryant, Deloris Snyder, Rollancl Rollings, Marshall Walton, Russell Hulse, Lois Storts, Doyle Waskom, Eugene Greeson. 3 19 MEMORIES 4s ACE REPORTER STAFF Sitting, left to right-David Burnett, Ann Archer, Dolores Apple- gate, Charles Feller, Luella Austin and Lois Storts. Standing-Mrs. Thomas, Deloris Snyder, Rolland Rollings, Harold Bray, Doyle Waskom and Eugene Greeson. 4 f'f"' W , fi! 1. .-' X L- ! 5 'f-jf' N W 1' X1 f- is Chu. x X 5, X.: i i il , ',.-, C' Pi, C. Nt 2 1 V V5 " ' . 1" 1' X --I Q - , 4' . lf' r X -I SP' 2 N N -J ff4if::?:ffr2'f:4:1::-f-:.:.-FS:-.4i. 52' 'fnuf r.-.-:-'-f1-:--.-:----.-:-:--' ' . . , ,n,. .-. .4 .n.w,.1 -,1, X . -,gf-ng. :.g.g.3g!'. ,r X I ' we .g.g.'.:g-gn - , ' 0:1 .' X . , ' v 'Q x -' ' '. , ' A . - ,"""5 f' Q! f f .,r I- L3 X 5 -- ,, fs, x Nf : 'F x : I' ,KN f lx X x ! Q N' x K. 1 X " -N,,4 xxx J X. ,,f' ', X " - -..- E .M 7 X .,.J, ., RN? lfgg xxx of 5.9 . X . 1.-ff! 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Home Economics Safety Geography Health 5 Years of Experience LEROY MALOTT University of Kentucky, A.B Transylvania College, B.D. Central Normal Music 3 Years of Experience FERN LAWSON Chicago University Illinois University Butler, B.M. Central Normal 16 Years of Experience 19 MEMORIES PHYLLIS JOHNSON Central Normal, B.S. Indiana University Mathematics Physical Education 11 Years of Experience WALTER MEHRINGER Indiana State, A.B. University of Wisconsin, M.A. Indiana University Science Latin 26 Years of Experience GALE THOMAS Central Normal, B.S. Butler Ball State Commercial Library 5 Years of Experience IVY TRITTIPO Butler, B.S. History English Junior Sponsor 1 Year of Experience f f I do is Af f' V. J ' 13:52 3 ,244 ,I 4 4 f fiil i.s,,,!, I, , 1, 5 0 7 f 4 ' 5 :cf f Q f E f ' 2 Wfwsag ix all ra1YLEaM OQOBOIOF- S AMO HIGH SCHOOL SONG From the state every Hoosier holds dear, Comes a name that We all love to hear, O'er the woodlands, hills and the leas, Floating so gently upon the breeze. Thy charms so sweet are always the same Where ever we hear thy name. We will sing thy praises loud and long, Dear Amo, our faith in thee is ever strong. Oh, dear old Amo, we love thy name. Throughout the land We'll sing praises of thy fame Oh, every loyal heart is thrilled thru and thru, With the glory of old Amo, Our dear old Amo Schools. Let us cling proudly bearing our flag, To endeavor's high ultimate crag, Show the world our banner so dear, Is one that never lags in the rear, For 'tis borne by the brave and the true, Already to dare and do, We will keep it proudly Waving high, Old Amo, our love for thee will never die. 8 X EMQIQ CQLASEL M A if E N5 ' "wil X' ,..r-""!..'.-...wx xx ' "rf, KXT 'IFJ b . ! I ss! f'g fLgx yi xxx XJ .., N! X if if Z If' mf f ,f--E----- M3 W 1 ' ' ' 1 '. .--.- ' ., . .,,..-- -,- ' '- ' " 9 ' AQQ54 . ' Ai. A, , Q f !.' " ' I N w, W - 4 f. ' , X , ' ' ' M ' 'J - - a a ' ' f 1 I X N . , 't I N r ,W A ' .- I If K Q , ,,' 1 : 7 5 I " - 41 . . . . . ,W , LAY Q. .- . v , A 5 ' 1' A 1 . "- . . S Q I, E. 1 . ' .'.5'.,,' , x"., 'ggi' kAJ,v-- ,-.Y 1 1: wil' x , , V f I . .ff ,E la, 4, 5 W4 3'-,. - Y iv" . AY Q Q, . "' . Qi",- , 4' . M' ' t .I . A A . .' s ' ' ' x- ,x . . ,, f " ' 4- -. .6 ff? x ' ,1 .' 1 f f' 'I I UM U V ' Pe 'r "' I u A I uf- l X 'ua-. . , , - . .Q A ' 6 , VXE. ' - 4 .. s- ..'L.-b-"' ' 1. ' ,Ll 1 '14 ' . ' -'f'm'.',+ 4-Wg" - N '-5 ' 'f l M -Y , ,gf vp S , 1 , -, ' sue' ,.. 1 ' Q , 2 . ' ' , s ne ' ' 'Aul1--aura-.1--.-JL'-nn-J .dj I ' I . . 4 - Q v . fl. x K iv .ff -Q It 1 sl' , I K '4 I n 1 A A I' I 1 1 ' I A , P 4 L 1 x W! N X 1 1 ' ' . , -. s ,, f. XX 1. 2- 'XA' A , .nxl v' I A I '1' ,,..v""'f" 1 ,',, - 1 . V C-'Q."1 , .,, - -. xx' 5' ' ,I A 4 . Y 1, ,U M Z." 1 1 , n,...!r. 1 1 - Q. A .' 1-1 ,, Qljvq-. ..u. IV.. MM- , . -- , 1-94 13- DAVID BURNETT "Dynamite always comes in small packages." President 1-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Chorus 1-2-3-4, Art 3, Band 2-3, Choral Festival 4, "Aunties Money" 3, Mem- ories Staff 4, Ace Reporter 4, Base- ball 4, "Me and My Shadow" 4. GILBERT fGibJ BRYANT "When you go steady, you'1l set in the balcony, it's cheaper." Vice-President 4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Chorus 3, Art 3, Memories Staff 4, Baseball 1-2-3-4. DELORIS SNYDER "Short and sweet and hard to beat." Secretary 4, Chorus 1-2, Art 3, Band 1, Memories Staff 4, Ace Reporter 4, Choral Festival 1, "Me and My Shad- ow" 4. DOLORES APPLEGATE 'Tm always ready to dance." Chorus 1-2-4, "Aunties Money" 3, Ace Reporter 4, Memories Staff 4, Vice- President 1-2-3, Secretary 4, "Me and My Shadow" 4. L3 PM v Q .9 . MEMORIES 45 VERNON APPLEGATE "Everyone looks up to me." Basketball 3-4, Memories Staff 4, Baseball 3-4, "Me and My Shadow" 4. ANN'ARCHER "Ain't love grand!" Chorus 1-2, Drum Major 1-2-3-4, Art 2-3, Ace Reporter 4, "Aunties Money" 3, Memories Staff 4, "Me and My Shad- ow" 4. LUELLA AUSHN 'Tm serious, waiting for my soldier to return some day." Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, Chorus 1-2, "Aunties Money" 3, Ace Reporter 4, Memories Staff 4, Choral Festival 1, Play Day 4, Institute Queen Assistant 2, "Me and My Shadow" 4. HAROLD BRAY "An apple for the teacher never helped me." Basketball 1-2-3-4, Chorus 1-2-3-4, Art 3, F. F. A. 1, Baseball 2-3-4, Choral Festival 3, Memories Staff 4, Ace Re- porter 4. 19 MEMORIES CHARLES FELLER "Don't fence me in, let me join the Navy." Band 1-2-3, Art 3, Chorus 3-4, Bas- ketball 3, "Aunties Money" 3, Mem- ories Staff 4, Ace Reporter 4, Choral Festival 4, Baseball 4. EUGENE GREESON "Just give me a basketball and lots of room." Basketball 1-2-3-4, Chorus 1-2-3, Mem- ories Staff 4, Ace Reporter 4, Base- ball 1-2-3-4, "Me and My Shadow" 4. RUSSELL HULSE "I never let school interfere with my education." "Aunties Money" 3, Art 3, Secretary 3, Memories Staff 4, "Me and My Shadow" 4. ROLLAND ROLLINGS "Why don't they move Arno closer to Coatesville ?" Band 1-2-8, "Aunties Money" 3, President 2, Memories Staff 4, Ace Reporter 4. MEMORI ES - 45 H LOIS STORTS "I don't say much, but-?" Chorus 1-2-3-4, Band 1-2-3, Choral Festival 4, Ace Reporter 4, Memories Staff 4, Twirler 3, "Me and My Shad- ow" 4. MARSHALL WALTON "Just call me 'Mash'." F. F. A. 1-2-3-4, Chorus 1-2-3-4, Art 1-2-3, Basketball 3, Choral Festival -1, Memories Staff 4. DOYLE WASKOM "They want men in the Armyg I've been called three times." Student Manager 3-4, Chorus 3, Art 3, Memories Staff 4, Ace Reporter 4, Basketball 2. MOTTO "BE A LIFTER, NOT A LEANER." FLOWER-WHITE CARNATION 12 1. 9 , .M E 159 R I E. S Dc, . 4.5 THE HISTORY OF THE SENIORS OF 1945 1941-1942 On the first day of September, 1941, twenty-two Freshmen entered dear ole A. H. S. After a few days the Sophomores initiated us by mak- ing the girls dress as "Daisy Mae" and the boys wear long underwear, ladies' hose, high heel shoes, and lots of make-up. We were all glad when the day was over, but they made up by giving us a nice party that night. At first we didn't think we were going to like it as we had to do a lot of stunts, but after we were all initiated we danced and played games and enjoyed the rest of the evening. Our officers for the year Were: President. David Burnettg Vice-Pres- ident, Dolores Applegate, Secretary, Douglas Westg and Treasurer, Carol Cox, with Mr. Floyd as our Sponsor. Blue and gold were our colors and the White carnation our flower. After much discussion our class motto became "Climb, Though the Rocks be Rugged." And for our class name we adopted "Blue Devils." At Christmas we had the annual gift exchange and pitch-in dinner and attended the show at Plainfield. In the class tourney we drew the Sophomores and were very proud of ourselves when we beat them. Then we played the Seniors and were beaten. Our yell leaders were Carol Cox and Ann Archer. In the spring several members of our class represented us in the Choral Festival at Danville. At the end of the year we lost two classmates, who were Betty Snyder and Doris Fox. 1942-1943 In a short time after the beginning of this new year Mary Larison moved to Danville and Douglas West to San Antonio, Texas. We gained Doyle Waskom from Monrovia, which made twenty-one in our class. We elected our class oflicers for the Sophomore year. which were as follows: President, Rolland Rollingsg Vice-President, Dolores Apple- gate: Secretary, Luella Austin, and Treasurer, Russell Hulse. For our class Sponsor we chose one of the new teachers, Miss Patten. Blue and gold were kept for our class colors, and the white carnation for our class flower. After a long discussion we finally decided to change our motto to "Be a Lifter, Not a Leaner," which is considerably shorter and more appropriate. Carol Cox and Luella Austin tied in being chosen as the prettiest girls in class. We initiated the Freshmen by making them dress "Military Style" to keep time with the nation. We gave the High School a party in honor of the new Freshmen that night, all going home at a late hour. At Christmas we had our pitch-in dinner and gift exchange and we were taken to the Prewitt Theater in Plainfield, where we saw "Grand- father Goes to Town." Everybody had a good time and enjoyed the holi- day vacation. 13 ISWF MEMORIES 45 Luella Austin was chosen assistant to the F. F. A. Queen, Thelma Phillips, for the Clay Township Farmers' Institute. Carol Cox, Ann Archer and Luella Austin went to the finals in the Amo Latin Contest of Amo High of the first year Latin class. In the Class Tourney we drew the Seniors and were beaten, conse- quently we didn't feel very happy. Our yell leaders again were Carol Cox and Ann Archer. 1943-19-14 During the past year we lost five members, who were Bob McClain. Dorothy Gentry, Geraldine Barnett, Jean Broadstreet and Carol Cox, which made our class the smallest in the High School, with only sixteen members. This year as Juniors, we had the authority at the stand in the Gvm- nasium to sell pop corn, ice cream, and soft drinks, also we got to sell at the ball games. The officers for the coming year were elected as follows: President. David Burnett: Vice-President, Dolores Applegateg Secretary, Russell Hulse. and Treasurer, Luella Austin. Again we chose Miss Patten for our class Sponsor. On October 16, our class gave "Auntie's Money" as our class play. It was enioyed by everyone-We hope! The characters in the plav were: Ann Archer, Luella Austin. Dolores Applegate, David Burnett, Charles Feller, Russell Hulse and Rolland Rollings. At Christmas time. after having our gift exchange. we were second in line for the animal dinner, but due to the war we couldn't go to Plain- field to see a show. This year was one to be remembered as our basketball bovs won the Sectional tourney and went to the Regionals, but were defeated by Green- field. In the class tourney we drew the Sophomores, beat them and de- feated the Seniors in the finals. On May 6, we gave the Seniors a reception at the Riviera Club in Indianapolis. After the banquet. music was furnished by the Riviera Club Band for dancing. Some left early and some left late, but they all arrived home late. The Seniors gave their farewell party at the close of the year for all the students and faculty and their families. The evening was spent in dancing to Jimmy Brown's Orchestra and playing games. 1944-1945 Fifteen Seniors came back to Amo High to start our final year. Our class was the smallest graduating class of Amo High School. Our Omcei-S for our final year were: President, David Burnettg Vice- President, Gilbert Bryant: Secretary, Dolores Applegate, and Treasurer, Deloris Snyder, and Mr. Bray was chosen as our Sponsor. On October 3, we journeyed to Indianapolis to Porteris Studio to have our pictures taken for "Memories," At last! We were Hrst in the parade around the Christmas dinner table. We enjoyed the gift exchange, with everyone receiving nice gifts. We won the class tourney again this year. Our yell leaders were 14 In 9 M E M O I-LI Effsgvf W ignngg W4 Q Ann Archer and Dolores Applegate. The final game with the Juniors was played at night, with the 7th and 8th playing Stilesville for a send-oft. The Juniors gave the High School a St. Patrick's party on March 16. On March 29, we presented our class play, "Me and My Shadow." The characters were: Ann Archer, Dolores Applegate, Luella Austin, Deloris Snyder, Lois Storts, Russell Hulse, David Burnett, Vernon Applegate and Eugene Greeson. The Seniors' farewell party was given on May 4, for the whole High School with Benbow and Vaughan's Band furnishing the music for danc- ing. Instead of having to play games we entertained the ones who at- tended, with a picture show. On April 18, the Juniors gave us a reception at the Riviera Club in Indianapolis. The Baccalaureate Service was held on the afternoon of May 13. The sermon was delivered by Rev. Herschel Reed. The Commencement was held on May 18, and the address was given by Merrill B. McFall. Those attending Clay Township Schools all twelve years were: Dolores Applegate, Gilbert Bryant, Rolland Rollings, Marshall Walton, Ann Archer, Eugene Greeson and Russell Hulse. Those attending Amo High School during the four years were: Dolores Applegate, Vernon Applegate, Ann Archer, Luella Austin, Harold Bray, Gilbert Bryant, David Burnett, Charles Feller, Eugene Greeson, Rolland Rollings, Deloris Snyder, Lois Storts, Marshall Walton and Russell Hulse. CLASS WILL We, the Senior Class of Amo High School, Amo, Indiana, being of sound mind and memory, do on this, the Eighteenth Day of May, of the Year of Nineteen Hundred and Forty-five, through the powers of the laws invested in us, make public and declare, with the intention that it shall not be broken, this our last will and testament, and now leave with cheerful disposition the following legacies, to be accepted with the great- est gratitude and enthusiasm, to our most unfortunate successors. To the Juniors, we bequeath another sponsor and class oiiicers as good as we had this year. To the Sophomores, we will our ability to earn money. To the Freshies, we will our ability to become dignified SENIORS in four short years. To Mr. Ogle, we will our good attitude and behavior and another Senior Government class as hopeful as the Seniors of 215. To Mr. Bray, we will another Senior class to guide and sponsor as well as he guided and sponsored us. To Miss Trittipo, we will our best wishes in sponsoring another Senior pflay and another Junior class to sponsor as well and wisely as she did is year. 15 ljnkwp g M E M Ofliflfl S 4 5 To Mr. Mehringer, we will an intelligent and co-operative Physics class, like this year's class. To Mrs. Thomas, we leave our typewriters and typing books and a school paper staff as efhcient as this year's. To Miss Johnson, we will a Physical Fitness class as obedient as ours. To Mrs. Lawson, we will our ability to have a Senior English class fatter we have graduated? To Mr. Malott, we leave as good musicians as those of the Seniors of this year. To Miss Horton, we will a silent and bashful Advanced Home Ec. class. Now we will and bequeath our most cherished possessions:- David Burnett bequeaths his ability to be short to Gib Barry. Gilbert Bryant wills his ability to play basketball and baseball to Herbert Phillips. Dolores Applegate Wills her typing ability to Junior Wingler. Deloris Snyder wills her popularity with the boys to Erma Stewart. Charles Feller wills his' ability to drive wrecklessly and stay alive to Paul Crews. Doyle Waskom Wills his ability to be a good student manager to Alden Thornberry. Luella Austin wills her ability to become a soldier's wife to Jakie Wallace. Eugene Greeson wills his basketball ability to Roy O'Neal. kRussell Hulse wills his curly hair to Jimmie Rollings, but Wants it bac . Vernon Applegate Wills his laugh and heighth to David Waltman. Harold Bray bequeaths his basketball ability to Richard McDaniel. DH Ann Archer wills her ability to get a man-and keep him-to Mona 1 on. Lois Storts bequeaths her ability always to have a man on her string to Louise Harlan. Marshall Walton Wills his seat in the assembly and all the knowledge therein to James Nicely. Rolland Rollings wills his manly physique and grin to Ephriam Buis. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have hereto subscribed our names and aflixed our seal this Eighteenth Day of May, in the Year of Our Lord, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Forty-five. THE CLASS OF NINETEEN HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIVE. WITNESSES: . . . .Sponsor. X .... Principal. 16 1 9i,.- - M E MCQBMI. E..15..r.r-... Hvrrrrsa ,HCQL5 CLASS PROPHECY In this little narration with the reader, please keep in mind that our story takes place in 1950. Seated before a large fireplace, feet warming, as the fire casts rem- iniscent shadows on his face, sits our narrator. The wind whistles a mon- otonous tune, the fire burns lower, his pipe goes out, his head droops. He sleeps-and dreams. Wind: Nar: Wind: Nar: Wind: Nar: Wind: Nar: Wind: Nar: Wind: Nar: Wind Nar: Wind Nar: Wind Nar: Wind Nar: Wind Nar: Wind Nar: Wind Nar: Wind: Where is the Class of '45? Dolores Applegate finally married her sailor. They have a lovely home and the cutest little daughter. She must be about three now. How about her cousin Vernon? Whatfs he doing? Oh! Slim, yes. He was our center on the basketball team. Well, Slim has a whole fleet of trucks now. Lives comfortably, too. Whatever became of Luella, didn't she work at a switchboard? Yes, she started there, but now she is a supervisor in one of the largest telephone companies in the United States. By and by, didn't Ann and Luella start togethe1'? Yes, Ann is at the same Company with Luella. She controls all long distance calls. Tell me more of the old ball team. Harold, for instance? Harold has a farm and home all his own now. He's doing all right. Is Gilbert still a grease monkey? No sir, Gib wasn't there long 'til he owned the place. His new ga- rage looks like a supermarket. Did a swell job on my car last week. Is Charles still an office boy? Oh no, Charles is Vice-President of that firm now. To prove he's in the money, the first thing he got was a big Olds. You know he al- ways wanted one. Is Eugene still working on a farm? He won lots of ball games for A. H. S. Working nothing, he owns two big farms now. He can afford to loaf a little. Where has Russell been lately? Russ is out West somewhereg has a series of Dude Ranches all the way from Colorado to Mexico. Draws a wealthy crowd. I guess. Where's our boogie-Woogie man, Rolland? Well, he left school to take a radio course in Chicago. and he stayed there. Still plays a hot piano. He and Ann are engaged. I'll bet Marshall and Doyle are farming? Right, they each have a swell farm, pretty close together. Marshall is married, but Doyle is bashful. Didn't Dave and Rolland take the same course in Chicago? Well, they did, but Dave is in the East now with a big radio station. Didn't Lois become a secretary? Not for long. You see, she married her boss, and became a house- wife. Deloris Snyder is also a wife and mother now. Swell family It grows colder, your fire is out, and the sun has risen. Awaken- Dreamer-Awaken. -Russell Hulse. 17 MSE M. 0 llll'-.SSS SENIOR POEM From Freshies to Seniors in four shoit Veais Thru eight semesters of hopes and feais Now each into the wide world must pass, Each in a way, sorry to leave A. H. S Vernon is known to be "Slim" and tall He feels better in overalls. Dave is short and full of pep, In basketball he's right in step. On Gib you can depend, As a good and faithful friend. Lois doesn't have much to say, As she goes about in her quiet way. Maybe Holland, if he had his way, Would come to Amo every day. Of our class Ann is one, Known and liked by everyone. Eugene Greeson, a lad so true, In the ball games, always comes thru. Dolores Applegate, a pretty lass, Stops all the boys as they go past. To sail the sea in uniform grand, Marshall Walton is the man. Charles Feller, a business man is he, At this work, successful he will be. Deloris Snyder, a rural lass, Is very outstanding in our class. 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Arleen is learning First Aid and practices on everybody she meets. She is going to a lecture in a neighboring city and hates to leave her young husband alone, so she induces Roy's friend, Dr. Bruce Douglas, to spend the night with Roy. On his way home from taking Arleen to the station, Roy saves a mysterious young Indian girl from being run over by a train. She is unconscious when Roy brings her home to see what Bruce can do for her. Both boys are amazed when the girl comes to and declares that because Roy has saved her life she now belongs to him, but in spite of their re- peated etforts to get rid of her-she stays! Mrs. King arrives unexpect- edly, and there is a nosey neighbor whose interference makes things worse. It seems that the girl was deliberately thrown on the tracks. The would- be murderer tries to kidnap her. In the darkness, however, he gets the mother-in-law instead! Then Arleen comes home and things really hap- pen! 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Charles Feller STORY OF THE PLAY "Auntie" is a dear old person, who is deaf and temperamental and about to bestow the lion's share of her S100,000 estate on Lance, her fa- vorite nephew. Because of her deafness, she is unaware of Lance, who is a worthless scoundrel, and who is always planning how he will spend the money he will receive on "Auntie's" death. She showers many kind- nesses upon him, letting the point of her vitriolic tongue fall upon her lovely niece. Lance's cousin, Veleta, who, being a gentle woman, will not betray Lance or allow her lawyer fiance, Ruddy Boles, to do so. All would have gone well with him but for the timely arrival of two quack doctors, who, wishing to separate "Auntie" from some of her gold for themselves, agree to cure her deafness. Much to their surprise, and "Auntie's", too, they do heal her deafness by a very peculiar and interest- ing method. 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' - wY.f:fmwwA4 ',J 1 ,e4fA 4g3Qf' 'yfk mgMf4.Hzv Hgm.fyg M., ' , -M-, 'X V- V xxx., A457 kwm.. f' , 1- f A, .NW 'lm " Q' , ul , ,w , Y- ' WH- f um W X ,,.'. ' Mrq:15 ,, ' Q - ' 1 ' ' ' " , 11.13 K' VHA' -5: "'1""': A4, HV, .V -.'.4 ' ,A-Q . ,, I 25 ...Inga ,I ' " Y 5Wf,.3Y'l2 -41.51. Nlflwfglin ,' 4'f1'f'6.y"1 ' H., ax W. "MQ -fx' J ,330 n YV Nwigf I... '1 , .,'v '-, uv.. , . glam-. V U WTF W , , '-hw' ll"f'.'.fa-'D Id 1 5 , , 1 !.r. I 1.1.- ' Y ,pr In n - ,.+ 1 75" 3 . , ' Q .iwfmf , . -' 1.8 l :,. r , + 1 1 ,,. .1-s Rui SLAM L L ANL ELQLQBLLELS 4 5 BAND First Row, left to right-L. E. Malott, Band Director, Billy Lydick, Rodney Trout, Lois Storts, Angeline Holbrook, Lois Fritsche, Lucille Wal- ton, Merrill McCammack, Patsy Trout, Louise Stephenson, Fern Lawson, Assistant Band Director. Second Row-Glendeline Hubble, Eugene Hodson, Vernon Kersey, Margaret Underwood, Jane Lewis, Jacqueline Hapner, Ann Archer, Drum Major, Donna Wallace, Beulah Wingler, Paul Troke, Alberta Elliott, Mae Troke, Irma Edwards. Third Row-Mary Hanlon, Betty Welty, Betty Fritsche, Avis Logue, Shirley O'Neal, Roy O'Neal, Harold Applegate, Dorothy Troke, Richard McDaniel, Phyllis Storm, Mary O'Neal. 27 -:Q .L '. N A Qi fi Q we , -..-.,4. A . " 2 .M M ' Q. - f -, we Sw mi W Qu , Q.: :EP I, as ' ,M H , , eu ' J 1, 73190 mfg 4 fs 'fyq 1 sf ww Mb 4' MN 'Yn- Q-.. ,, il 2 1 1 iff ' f V2 A 1'??f-'Q' ""- . ' .,.f,, I Z, , . ,A AZ, Vi ,.,.,.,..: E i 1 ' ga I' 1.'1.7 . "W"-N .fan-J , 5 . n A- 'I , ' 3 A ,, , iv 4' , , 'Q 0 'x 4 5 ' .1-i.E:Qz5 Q X ,. fm j"',::2i':I"x:f:-s:::2::f'ss:.1.. ' X-My 3 3 fl b z 4 , , .a. : 41 -,.:::::sf-asm , .,..... L .,.,. : .,, .4,4 .- M 4 . V Q? X N , 4 I 3' f , Q S 2 49 A -2 I 1- Cf.. ,j VW Il 'I It 9 4,6-f ' . tl L9 M E M Q RJ EE L L L S25 CHORUS First Row, left to right-Lois Storts, Geneva Owen, Donna Wallace, Alberta Rhea, Jane Lewis, Maxine Elliott, Louise Harlan, Beulah Wingler, Lucille Walton, Irma Edwards, Ileen Wright, Patsy Trout, Mary Wallace. Second Row-Erma Stewart, Dolores Applegate, Dorothy Holbrook, Betty Fritsche, Mae Troke, Junior Wingler, Vera Crouch, Eugene Pfister. Marshall Walton, June Weekly, Mary Allee, Ralph Salsman, Phyllis Storm, Joan Fisher, Fern Lawson, Chorus Director. Third Row-Jacqueline Hapner, David Burnett, Wilma Applegate, Harold Bray, Charles Edson Feller Jr., Roy O'Neal, Gilbert Barry, Paul Crews, Herbert Phillips, Alden Thornberry, Shirley O'Neal, Mona Dillon. 29 M-3E'.MfQRIES -, P SENIOR SONG Sometimes I wonder why I spend those lonely hours, Studying in school? And when I find I am through, With the school I knew. And each day a consternation, but now I want to know: Why my indignation when with the teachers I was wrong. Inside a prison wall, where students aren't bright, And when you graduate, the faculty speak so heavenly, Of prison walls, where Ivy grew. Tho I tried to fool all the teachers in our school. My school day memories, the thought of education's strain lThis is our version of Stardust, with the words altered to express our sentimentalitiesj 30 P Q K 'V S If af 'V Y Vi "AL-.1 fl 1, ' , Q fflfls X Q j QD ' , ' ,lf -ff-1 " f' K Ziff" f", ' "A' .D c A , cf' A V , H: 1 'iff-f,.:'g' -. if --'KES' g!7:ff",Ay..',.fC4':..q' ,Q ' ,'h,::,-"M I, '.' " J"-' '.f' '- ' J. ,. , . ffi' -- 4.1-:rff-' .-fi-' ,. -uf - ,QF -,,.-.:4,.7,. vs,-fy f :.- J- 735. A-f.. ,.-v' .- - , I ff' Q I 1 ,.,-y.- .- .- . fy: , .D-'ff' .:f::g'.- ' 55. - .5 ' 1, ri S W ,, 4 . 1 f . H. . ..' K -'Wm' . A n x, 1 M' 1 ' 'wx w I, L, xv .1 x 1 A r K. .N , , wrt 1 ,F 'K' 'Kr' - - ' 2s9, ' . . x N . , ' f' Y ...ny ,1 V' W , H 4 Um I k, 5, . , D f .X x. I r 2 xg ' s-y,Jq ' f , N ,s 5 ,' Q ,B . w... x 5 '-gui? ,Q """'fl'Lv--. n H: yr. - 'Q Nz 3 H x ,, x v s ,- ' www. .,.' ,1 -. V f'.0- 1 ' ' ."' vf x9 . 44 y , . 1, , . ,U I Q ' . 'lik ' .rf ,A17,L, , .X f ., f ' ' 1. wi 1, N ,. W." '+?Tf1lW':"'H M EMORIESp Dorothy Holbrook Alberta Rhea Beulah Wiugler YELL LEADERS We got the Coach, by golly, we got the Coach, iclap, clapj We got the Team, by golly, We got the Team, Cclap, clapj We got the Pep, by golly, we got the Pep, fclap, clapj We got the Steam, by golly, we got the Steam, fclap, clapj W9,1'G goin' to Win, by golly, we're goin' to Win, iclap, clapj You Wait and see, by golly, you Wait and see, iclap, clap! We got the Coach We got the Team We got the Pep We got the Steam WG'1'Q goin' to Win You wait and see YEA! RAH!! ACES!!! 31 'E 3 avg' gig, ff , W LJ .. uw, A ..,. W B ma y -Comix Jn Gson '0'GWtC' K' A " 1 1g'fiz 1Q z.ig bf M ' "2 Ja 'R 'TWM - Of ,. N xi: ':'.'5:f . E2v',.""'5', ' ' QMS . ' f.XEv'k':Z'Z.4.xEZ",Yv. 9 1- -PI .. ...zz -,Q-ffgvs lm Y, eg ,V . ,, .,,,...4. Q9 ,., A, 'S . wx," .,,....,,,. K ,. ih gf, .6 I 1 If giwfvx rf Q . ,gg "fx, N if wg gf? "- ug t 49,34 K ' v- H'-fm.-'.1.-1aM" fx ' we 5 ,sg-rg, aw w '6"7 ECFVNS O Q 4 32 ysgff Q m ' ftp I - XQ- GP 6 b if w V5 f Mgpmrs 111,05 5 Ko 45 l 9 E . M E M 013123. 5. .--Et GAMES AND SCORES OF FIRST TEAM Date Scores Opponent Scores Place Nov 3-Amo ... . . .16 ....... Pittsboro ... ..32. . . . .T Nov 10-Amo ...48 ....... Stilesville Nov 17-Amo ...39 ....... Clayton .20.....T Nov. 22-Amo 24 ....... Avon .... .... 2 6 ..... H Dec. 2-Amo Lizton... Dec. 6-Amo . . . . . .20 ....... Danville . . 33. . . . .H Dec. 8-Amo ... . . .39 ....... Stilesville ... ....14. . . . .T Dec. 15-Amo . . . . . .39 ....... North Salem . . . . . . . .H Dec. 21-Amo . . . . . .43 ....... Brownsburg ...... .... 4 8. . . . .H Jan. 5-Amo . . . . . .38 ....... New Winchester ....... 31. . . . .H Jan. 10-Amo . . . . .35 ....... Danville ........ .... 4 1. . . . .T Jan. 12-Amo ... . . .34 ....... Clayton ... .... 27. . . . .H Jan. 26-Amo . . . . .36 ....... Plainfield .... . .34. . . . .T Jan. 31-Amo .. . . .49 ....... Fillmore .. .... 36. . . . .H Feb. 9-Amo .. . . .20 ....... Avon .......... . . . .T Feb. 14-Amo 28 ....... New Winchester . . . . .26. . . . .T Total Points ...... 551 Total Points ...... 382 COUNTY TOURNEY Jan. 18-Amo . . .... 48 ........ Clayton ...... .... 2 6. . . Jan. 19-Amo .. ... 45 ...... North Salem ... ...54. .. SECTIONAL TOURNEY Feb 22-Amo .... .... 3 4 ........ Charlton . . . . . .25 . Feb 23-Amo .... .... 1 6 ........ Danville . . ..... 49. . . 33 li MYEM-ORI ES GAMES AND SCORES OF SECOND TEAM Date Scores Nov. 3-Amo .... . . . 12 Nov. 17-Amo .... .... 1 1 Nov. 22-Amo .... .... 1 1 Dec. 2-Amo .. Dec. 6-Arno .. 24 Dee. 15-Amo .. ,... 11 Dec. 21-Amo .. .... 29 Jan. 5-Amo . . .... 47 Jan. 10-Amo .. ... 16 Jan. 12-Amo .. .... 17 Jan. 26-Amo . . .. 9 -lan. 31-Amo . . .... 24 Feb. 9-Amo . . . . .15 Total Points ...... 259 Opponent Scores Place Pittsboro . . Clayton . . . Avon . . . Lizton .... Danville ..... North Salem .. Brownsburg ..... .... New Winchester Danville ....... Clayton . . . Plainfield . . . Fillmore . . . Avon . . . ...lab 6 20 28 9 22 18 31 9 31 12 25 21 Total Points ...... 244 34 119116111-1,1, 111g1LE6 M 0 H I E454 emi? SUMMARY FG FT FTM TP PF Games Played Greeson .... .... 8 9 78 40 218 44 20 Applegate . . . .... 47 65 26 117 54 20 Lydick ..... .... 4 0 41 16 96 29 19 Bryant . . . .... 29 52 17 75 42 17 Burnett .. .... 26 35 14 66 230 20 Barry .... .... 1 8 26 11 47 12 15 Wingler . . . .... 16 16 7 37 34 17 Bray ...... .... 1 1 17 4 26 14 17 Phillips, H. . . . . . 4 1 1 9 6 8 Phillips, CQ . . . . . 2 2 0 4 1 :is Swan ....... . . . 0 2 1 1 2 Cunningham . . . . . . 0 0 0 0 0 9 In listing individual scores, people are apt to give honor and credit, for winning of ball games, to the ones who show high scores. I would like to call attention to the fact that a good defensive man may steal the ball and give it to the man who scored the points. Sol Fans, please Gon't fail to give the defensive man and low scorer his share of the honor. R. W. Bray, Coach. 35 Q1 Sept. Sept. Sept. Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. MEMORIES 45 CALENDAR 1-180 more days of High School for Seniors. 8-The Amo Aces were defeated by Avon in baseball. 13 15 00 .4 21 22 -The Amo Aces were defeated by Pittsboro in baseball. -Freshman Initiation. Amo Aces were defeated by Clayton in baseball. -Amo Aces defeated New Winchester in baseball? -Amo High School group pictures were taken, and the school was inspected by the State School Inspector. -Softball game-Amo 8, North Salem 13 Amo 0, North Salem 5. 27-Alden Thornberry broke his leg in the Pittsboro game. 29 0 .4 -Stilesville defeated Amo in softball. Shoes were issued to the ball boys, and Physics class ran smoothly. 3-Seniors had pictures taken at Porters in Indianapolis. 4-Seniors looked awfully sleepy. Is cider intoxicating? 5-Junior play practice begins. Seniors' proofs came. 10 11 -Order for pictures was sent out. 'tBig Rich" from Evansville entertained. 12-140 more days for the Seniors. Oct. 13-Juniors have cokes again. Oct. 16-Juniors are working hard on their play. Oct. 17-Gib Bryant's birthday. Boys' and Girls' Home Ec. classes, Miss Horton, and Mrs. Bryant surprised Gib with cake and ice cream. Oct. 20-Junior play went over swell. Oct. 22-Seniors had class party at Snyder's. Had a Weiner roast and went to Greencastle to the show. "Two Girls and a Sailor," "Atlantic City." Oct. 23-High School elected yell leaders. Some Seniors must have slept today. Oct. 31-Paper drive started. Nov. 1-Sleepy students. Wonder why Jack Swan's car door won't open? Nov. 3-Pittsboro beat basketball boys 16-32. Nov. 15-I. Q. test. 36 LE Nov Nov Nov Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan Jan Jan MQEIMORIES 475 17-Pep Session. Amo beat. Clayton 39-20. 22-Avon beat us 26-24. 1. 23-Thanksgiving. 2-Beat Lizton. 6-Danville beat us. 8-Beat Stilesville. Ball boys were ted at Hoosier Cate. s 12-Seniors vs. Bray in reference to decoration ot' the assembly. 15-Girls are wearing slacks and plaid shirts. We beat North Sa- lem. Student Council petition. 16-Student Council chosen, one member of each class from the last six grades. 19-Movie, "Captain Caution," starring Victure Mature. 21-We were beaten by Brownsburg. n 22-Annual Christmas exchange. Mr. Mehringer was surprised. 1-Two sleepy students. 5-Beat New Winchester 39-31. 8-Movie, "Room Service," starring the Marx Bros. We drew Clayton for the County tourney. Semester exams. 10-Got beat by Danville 41-35. 12-Beat Clayton 34-27. No school. 15-Wet snow. Seniors ordered name cards and invitations. 16- Seniors voted on using caps and gowns. 17-Betty Jo Jester gets burned with hot grease. Gib Bryant is back after being out with a knee injury. 18-We beat Clayton in our first game in the tourney. 19-Lost to North Salem in our second game of the tourney. Some 20- of our boys were sick. Danville wins County Tourney-Darn it! 22-Danville gi1'l visits school. 23-This date won't happen again in a thousand years. Someone had Jan. 24 Jan. 26 Jan. 29 a party for Doyle Waskom. -Pictures were taken of ball boys, chorus, band, annual statf. paper stait, etc. -Beat Plainfield 36-34. -First and last period are exchanged. 37 L9 Jan. Feb. 31 gg' MEMORIES Q g 45 Someone played "fox and geese" in school yard last night, and we beat Fillmore 49-36. 7-Farmers' Institute served lunch to students. Spelling testg Sophomores had highest average. Feb. 9-Seniors worked on annual and picked our play, "Me and My Shadow." Amo vs. Avon. Perhaps we'll see a movie Monday. We hope! Feb. 12-Spring must be here. Feb. 13-Saw "Ride 'Em Cowboy," CBud Abbott and Lou Costellob. Feb. 14-Amo beat New Winchester 28-26. Feb. 21-Senior play characters chosen. Part of Physics class were sent out of the room. Feb. 22-Amo beat Charlton 34-25. Feb. 23-Danville beat Amo 49-16. Danville won Sectional Tourney. March 1-Prof. Elmer Marshall entertained. March 6-Basketball Banquet. March 8-Dr. Joliff spoke to Seniors. March 16-Junior Party. March 19-A movie, "The Great Gildersleevef' March 22-County Musical at Danville. March 24-Junior High basketball tourney at Brownsburg. March 29-Senior Play, "Me and My Shadow." March 30-Spring Vacation. April 2-School begins on earlier schedule. April 6-Sophomore Party. April 14-Band Contest at Danville. April 18-Junior and Senior Reception. April 21-County track meet. April 23-P. T. A. meeting. April 27-Band Party. May 4-Farewell Party by Seniors. May 13-Baccalaureate Services. May 18-Commencement. 38 MEMORIES Pleasingly Posed Popular Priced Pictures Please Particular People Porter's National Studio Ruth Porter, Managei' 312 Illinois Building INDIANAPOLIS -- INDIANA Phone Riley 9114 39 19 MEMORI 45 EWS f 7 COMPLIMENTS OF A. G. BARRETT DENTIST DANVILLE - INDIANA Compliments of ALLEN'S CAFE Myron McCammack walked boldly up to the elderly Woman whom he had mistaken for the Principal of the Amo School. , "May I see Miss Tritti o, CI3.ytOl1, Indlana please?" he asked. p ' "M I sk h -r '?" ay as W o you a e "Certainly, I am her brother." "Well, well! I'm glad to meet you. I'm her mother." HO ER KELLER Nlobilgas Nlobiloil Bulk Service Nlobilgas Service Station CLAYTON, INDIANA Phone 157 Y J 40 19 MEMORIES ERNEST MILLER General Hauling Coal, Grain, Livestock COATESVILLE, INDIANA COMPLIIVIENTS OF DARNELL'S SHOE SHOP CLAYTON, INDIANA WHICKER 8: SON Regal Store AMO, INDIANA There was a man fined in court for beating his Wife and they charged him 5 dollars and 50 cents. The man said he under- stood about the S5 but he didn't the 50 cents. The judge said 1094 for amusement tax. COMPLIMENTS OF The Plainfield Messenger Plainfield, Indiana and The Clayton Commercial Clayton, Indiana George J. Edick Editor and Publisher COIVIPLIIVIENTS OF FREDERICK'S CAFE PLAINFIELD, INDIANA Open on Sunday THE FIRST NATIO AL BA K Danville, Indiana WE ARE GLAD TO SERVE K J 45 19 MEMORIES W-N55 SHOE REPAIRING Bill Walton DANVILLE, INDIANA FINEST QUALITY Fruits, Vegetables and Meats Worrell's Regal Store DANVILLE, INDIANA DANVILLE DRUG STORE Cut Rate Drugs James R. Alley, Registered Pharmacist East Side Square DANVILLE, INDIANA PIE RSON'S CLOTHES SI-IOP Sweaters Scarfs Suits and Overcoats DANVILLE, INDIANA We Like to Entertain Amo Residents ROYAL Theater Danville - - Indiana Lowell Cash, Manager Mr. Mehringer: 'tIVIovies are educational, don't you think?" Mr. Ogle: "I guess so. My wife went to one and learned she needed two new dresses." Miss Horton: "Russell, are you cool in time of danger?" Russell: "Yes, but at the wrong end." CAGLE'S SHELL SERVICE Greencastle Road K J ll MEMORIES 45 M H1 Wl 1 th 1 11 v th 11 1 P H 11 1 1 1 ll 1 R ll 1 1v1v 1, 1 1 th Jll I Qt VH is Complime11ts of illlgl N lJQl'5 , WILHITE S CLINE CLEANERS Cleaniliafepairiniressing Clayton, Ind. M3Cl9-EO-M93SLll'G Suits Danville, Ind. Pho Ill THE LOCKHART LANIBERT CAFE STORE and SERVICE STATION Groceries Meats GOOD EATS General Merchandise PUISSIOIL PRODUCTS Phone 17 l3El.l,EVll,LE, IND. Clayton, Incl. 19 MEMORY IES 45 f N COMPLIMENTS OF THE OMAR BAKERIES "You can take it as an ele- mentary conception that when an article is sold, it goes to the buyer," said Mr. Winter in the economics Class. "With the exception of coal," chirped the bright senior, "And why coal?" asked Mr. Winter. "When that's bought, it goes to the cellar." COMPLIMENTS OF THE COATE VILLE GARAGE L. M. Creech Coatesville Ind. DR. SHARTLE Veterinarian Service and Complete Line of Drugs Stilesville, Ind. JACK GAMBOLD Over 35 Years' Successful OWL CAFE Sweets and Eats Where All Friends Meet E. H. Bourne, Prop. Business All Goods Guaranteed S . . tl esvl e Coatesville - Indiana Phone 3750 Ind' K J 4-1 LL--M M E M O R I E S f N COIVIPLIMENTS OF CLEO'S CAFE AMO - INDIANA COMPLIMENTS OF RENO STORE ROLLINGS ELECTRIC HOP RENO - INDIANA Coatesville - Indiana FOR GENERAL HAULIN G CALL OEL WEST Coatesville - - Indiana Jake: "WImt kind of 21 saddle do you Want-one with a horn Ol' Without '?" Alden: "Without, I guess. There doesn't seem to be much traffic around here." SCOTT 8: I-IURST Gulf Filling Station Poultry and Eggs Dealer AMO. INDIANA 4 f MEMORIES 45 f N SIMS STANDARD ERVICE 326 West Main Street Phone 4001 PLAINFIELD Atlas Tires, Batteries and Accessories ooMPL1MENTs or J. T. BARLOW Insurance Agency PLAINFIELD Mr. Bray: "I guess I'l1 have to get a new bird dog." Mrs. Thomas: "What's the matter with the one you have?" Mr. Bray: "He swallowed a compass and now he points only north." Ann Archer: "Romeo, Romeo. Wherefore art thou, Romeo?" Rolland: "I'm in the balcony. It's cheaper." PLAINFIELD VARIETY STORE 5c and l0c to 51.00 Merchandise PLAINFIELD, INDIANA Choice Food and Courteous Service DEElVI'S RESTAURANT Plainfield, Indiana COMPLIMENTS OF A. K. MGON STAFFORD PLAINFIELD TIRE CLEANERS STORE Plainfield, Ind. Prop., George E. Harvey Corner Main and East Streets PLAINFIELD, IND. K J lu-EL g, , M E M O R I E S f BEECHAIVVS TORE Danville and Plainfield COM PLIMICNTS OI" WALL'S GENERAL STORE Czlrtershurg, Indiana Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Gas 8: Oil STRAF F ORD PHARMACY The Store of Quality Cut Price Drug Store 126 West Main Street PLAINFIELD - INDIANA Mr. Bray: "My wife is at splen- did shot. She can hit at twenty- five cent piece everytime." Mr. Ogle: "Thats nothing' My wife goes through my clothes and she never misses 21 dime." COMPLIMENTS OF Symons Hardware 8x Supply The Hardware Store on the Corner Furniture Rugs Stoves Appliances---Radios---Housewares Rural Bottled Gas and Appliances PLAINFIELD Phone 27 16 J -17 KINC-AN 81 CO. Fine Meats - Since 1845 GENERAL REPAIRS ARC AND ACETYLENE WELDING All Kinds of Wood .WOl'kiDg JOHN T. LAWRENCE Amo,India1 CUSTOM BUTCHERING ROY WEST Amo, Indiana 19 MEMORIES 45 BLANTON MILLS CLAYTON, IND. . . Feed, Coal, Fertilizer Farm Machinery - Clayton, Indiana COMPLIIVIENTS OF THE REGAL STORE CLEO'S CAFE, AMO Everett Smith, Prop. plgeut North Salem, Indiana M. K. DOUGLAS General Automobile Repair Parts and Accessories Phone 125 CLAYTON, INDIANA 49 MEMORIES GENERAL HAULING Grain Livestock Coal Lime FGR QUICK AND DEPENDABLE SERVICE SCG GLEN CURTIS and EARL WALLACE COATESVILLE, INDIANA Coatesville Phone CURRlE's TIN AND FURNACE SHOP Greencas tle, Indiana one 17 19-gr MEMORIES 45 Th K' f 1 HARNESS and sifios Zenffflefl Vgegfhes REPAIRS H. A. Greenlee, Prop. i . . I RED Coatesville - Indiana 0 Qflemen 'l x o H .I ' UQ". 9-3 c- '-, 3 fain 'X 7 Harold Bray and June VV. were sitting on the creek bank on a moonlight night and June kept R I-I d getting paler and paler and come O to iincl out she was wiping all her rouge and powder otl' onto Harold's coat. Coatesville - Indiana THE FIRST NATIONAL BA K OF COATESVILLE Strong Safe Dependable OUR SERVICE-- Cheeking Accounts Savings Department Safe Deposit Department Travelers' Checks Money Ioy Telegraph Strongest Vault in Hendricks County Member ot' lf'ecleral Deposit Insurance Corporation K J 51 DEDICATED TO THERON OG-LE C. N. C. Foot Ball Squad 1925-26-27-28 HOUSE 0 HADLEY lVlEN'S WEAR THAT MEN WEAR Tomorrow's Styles Today Frank Brewer Hadley 'J Alexander Garage Studebaker Sales and Service CLAYTON, INDIANA JAQUES-HAVENS Standard Od COMPANY Company DEALERS Prompt and Dependable in Service POULTRY wayne Rhea, Ag Phone 20 P 0 l Clayton - Indiana lone O Cl I d FARM SUPPLY CO. McCormick-Deering Farm Nlachmes HARDWARE FENCE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES COATESVILLIC' - - - INDIANA Coatesville Elevator and Feed Company COATESVILLE, INDIANA Grain, Seed and Darnall Feeds A R N O L D S T 0 R E General Merchandise Stilesville, Indiana E. M. THORNTON Cities Service Gas and Oil Gardner's lce Cream Candies Soft Drinks Tobacco Coatesville, Indiana The Hathaway Printery COATESVILLE, IND. High Grade Printing E5lE.S,a E an ana 4 COMPLIMENTS OF FILLMORE ELEVATOR and Branson's . FEED COMPANY D-X Statlon Danville A. J. Smith, Prop. Ind. FILLMORE, IND COMPLIMENTS OF HOOSIER HOTEL Danville, Indiana Hadley Beauty Shop Phone 4 C ll I d Stone's Regal Store and General Merchandise Clayton, Indiana E. J. Roberts Garage General Auto Repairing Complete Lubrlcatmg SCFVICC Sales and Service Dodge and Plymouth Automobiles and Dodge Trucks Allis-Chalmers Machinery and Parts Phone 499 DANVILLE, IND. 38 N. Wash. St. J. C. LOGAN Mobilgas Mobiloil U. S. Tires Prest-0-Lite Batteries LUBRICATION and TIRE REPAIRING Phone 255 145 E. Main St. DANVILLE, INDIANA 19 MEMORIES f N COATESVILLE LUIVIBER COMPANY Quality Materials Courtesy Quick Service COATESVILLE, INDIANA DR. C. A. MASTEN Veterinarian Calls Made Promptly Day and Night COATESVILLE, INDIANA Phone 49 COMPLIMENTS OF Stanley's Grocery COATESVILLE, INDIANA KNIGI-IT'S DRUG STORE Quality Drugs Fountain Service COATESVILLE. INDIANA lVlasten's Barber Shop Hair Cuts 50c Hours 8:00 a. m. to 7:00 p. m. Coatesville, Indiana Papa Bear: "Someone's been drinking my whiskey." Mama Bear: "Someone's been drinking my Whiskey." Baby Bear: "Hic!" COMPLIMENTS OF COATESVILLE SKATING RINK COATESVILLE. INDIANA K J , IES , ,, f H WA-V Clayton State Quality-Service tores S Bank Clayton, Indiana Branch of Danville state Bank Gfocfffies and MEMS Clayton, Indiana. M Member of Federal Depoalt I C t Phone 27 M A R T I N HARDWARE CLAYTON, INDIANA Ph 1 IMS M E f Tudor's Barber and Beauty Shop Stilesville - Indiana Phone 31 RIES 45 Firestone Tires Auto Accessories Texaco Gas and Oils Phone 43 Glen Hampton 81 Sons Garage Special Attention Given to Tourists Route 40 Stilesville u Indiana SHELL GAS AND OIL O. Z. STAYTON Stilesville - Indiana Mrs. Bray: "Mother says in her letter that she feels seedy." M1'. Bray: "I suppose that means slie's going to plant her- self on us!" The teacher was giving the youngsters a mental drill. "Now, Doyle, tell me which month has - - twenty-eight days in itf' Quality Service Doyle had forgotten. After Store a moment he had the answer, "They all have." k Stilesville, Indiana 19 MEMORIES 45 f N PARR' Variety Store WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD T0 SERVE YOU. DANVILLE, INDIANA For a Good Lunch With That Home- Like Flavor--- Bale's Restaurant West Side Square Henry P. Bates, Prop. Danville, Indiana Ernest O. Ridgeway OPTOMETRIST Danville - Indiana Mr. Bray: "We will now take 25 of these- -" Eugene: "Why are you back- ing 1nt0 the dressing room?" Mr. Bray: "There's girls down there and my trousers have just been air conditioned." MEET THE CROWD at the Humpty Dumpty Eula Clark Manager Danville, Indiana 1 9+ M E RIES Charles Burch GENERAL FARM TRUCKING and LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE HAULING Amo - - - Indiana Compliments of WHEELER' GROCERY COATESVILLE - IND. Russell: "Do you hke mc jokes?" Mrs. Thomas: "No, or yes." Russell: "Most morons do." Teacher: "Rex, spell 'lamb'." Rex: "A little 'u'." HAMMOND GROCERY AND FILLING STATION Greencastle - Indiana COMPLIMENTS or THE I-IANDY DAIRY Greencastle - Indiana COMPLIMENTS OF ROSCOE SCOTT GARAGE Greencastle - Indiana iii Yrrrrirjf M 0 R I E S ir HADLEY' RESTAURA COATESVILLE INDIANA . Arnold Store General Merchandise STILESVILLE INDIANA Miss Trittipo: "In what tle did General Wolfe cry, happy'!" Herbert P.: "I think it wa last battle." COOPER BROTHE COMPLIMENTS OF DR. F. N. WRIGHT Stilesville Indiana L. A.: "D0r1't kiss a guy w th mustache." TRUCKING D. A. "Why ?" L. A.: "Because you get a k S , , and a brush-off at the same Stllesvllle time." Indiana 45 1 9 nirmfi M E M O R I E S i YA "Lady, if you will give us a Buy Wal' Bonds and nickel my little brothe1"ll imi- pa tate a hen." Stamps' "You mean he can Cackle like a hen ?" asked the lady. it dis im Navy," replied the boy in if "He w0uldn't do -1 chew gllS . c cp ' itation like that. He'll eat a Woimf' 66 St Come With the Rest For the Besti' I-IOOSIER CAFE Bud Wise, Prop. ilesville - Incliana Let's Get the Boys Back Home. We Still Give "Quick Service" Amo Hardware and Lumber Co. Amo - Indiana CQMPLIMENTS OF James A. Burroughs, Agent COATESVILLE, INDIANA F or All Kinds of Insurance "SEE ME" Thomas Grocery and General Store AMO, INDIANA Groceries, Meals and Fresh Fruits CNOW Anderson's Grocery, Amo Milling Company Grain-Flour-Coal-Feed Grinding Feed Fertilizer AMO, INDIANA Horace Link Kr Company The Store of Furniture Greencastle - Indiana D PLE 0 R E to Danville lmplement Sales John Deere Farm Implements Repairs Service Skelgas Sales and Service Phone 20 Danville, Indiana D-X Lubrication Motor Fuel Is Still AHEAD OF THE PARADE Depend on Your D-X Dealer for "Duration Driving", Horton Oil Co. ROYCE YEAGER Hadley 83 Coatesville, Ind. CUMPLIMENTS OF Elvin R. Newby 81 Son DANVILLE, INDIANA BUYI-QRS OF Tomatoes and Corn 19 N MEMORIE Sf if MWA CAMPBELL Funeral Homes COATESVILLE DANVILLE Phone 26-1 1 Phone 202 Ambulance Service ALLEN CAMPBELL FRED sHELToN T E. C. FRITSCHE FOR NQEERALS Compliments of CONCENTRATES ff? MERLE L. MASTEN Your Llvestock S General Insurance AMO Danville, Ind. R. R. 2 INDIANA Amo Phone 70 45 19 afMEMORIES 4s f N WEST BAKI G CO. "Yum Yum" The Loaf That Stays Fresh 4 Days. AT YOUR GROCER'S Junior: "She tolcl me you told her what I told you not to tell her." Jack: "Why, the mean thing! I told her not to tell you I told her." Junior: "Well , I promised her I woulcln't tell you she told me, so don't tell her I did." Gib Bryant: "What size shoes are you Wearing?" Miss Horton: "Size twelve, I think." Gib Bryant: "Did you get a whistle with them ?" Miss Horton: "No, why?" Gib Bryant: "WoWl Such big boats, and no whistle." Em-Roe Sporting Goods Co. "Incliana9s Leading Sporting Goods Store" 209-211 West Washington Street INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA K 1 Ford Sales and Service We Appreciate Your Business DANVILLE, INDIANA BILL. NEEDLER AUTOGRAPHS 'pf fry' 'f ' LMIX V11 ' " '1 o'n1g,. ' 11" 1 1 e xf.- .L,1,.1,-., 1 ,1.1 H . .. V , ., 1 .A -,1' I-11-1'1 I 1 -,.11 ,. 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Amo High School - Amoace Yearbook (Amo, IN) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 98

1945, pg 98

Amo High School - Amoace Yearbook (Amo, IN) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 70

1945, pg 70

Amo High School - Amoace Yearbook (Amo, IN) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 96

1945, pg 96

Amo High School - Amoace Yearbook (Amo, IN) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 93

1945, pg 93

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