Amo High School - Amoace Yearbook (Amo, IN)

 - Class of 1949

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' Q F 0 Q X 'Mgr-.yeas fl Qi-Qxmfx T Fawn The Seniors of 'LL9 Is a class very fine, And soon will be in Amo school For the last time. Tom y Crews hasn't a minute to lose When on the basket ball team he must choose Alberta Booty likes to cook And still have the new look Paul Troke enjoys a joke But never goes broke Alberta Elliott's voice is like a chime And is a treasure for all time Vernon Kersey is a shy lad Nho isn't in love, very bad Myrna Logue has many a date That may decide her fate Tom McCam ack likes to play ball Though he receives many a fall Martha Sall nn wishes to teach Arithmetic is within her reach Virginia Strahl, a neat little lass When it comes to grades she'll pass Margaret Eggers is quiet too But there isn't anything she can't do Kenneth Miller we hardly know But we are sure friendships will grow Lois Frltsche can cook and sew And will soon live in a bungalo Marilyn Wilson, a charming girl Can't decide her place in the world Rachel Crews has a serious mind cEil""' ,f" --N 'igSf::5 4... gggggz-:Ea Cf?gQ X'-.l::Fgg:lellq7 But is always very kind. A fl as naw X9 w flk.J Connie Cress looks his best Because he is well dressed. Margaret Underwood is a lot of fun And from her duties will not run. Maurice Bombei a dude ranch may own As soon as he is grown. Mary Hanlon, a twirler in the band Helps all she can. Leon Buis, a short little lad When he falls 1sn't hurt very bad. Anne Marley, a brunette you see Is just as sweet as she can be. Glenny Hubble you will find Talking to her husband over the line Marjorie Feller, an actress will be As dancing is her talent you see Donald Jones a lawyer may be As he likes to argue you see Harold Applegate plays in the band And is a musican I understand Betty Welty says a nurse sne'll be If she has to cross the deep blue sea This class soon will say farewell And will never more hear the school bell Betty Nelty cZil'g,',,.- ,f"2ED X Xe -A JD W W? Q ,QM 0 U .Nf1....,5K AUJDQT unrollmont ani ached le UlSCUSSlOP Rebllar J noel work etaros T '1 State lair Jaoation Mr Qtone o group p1 tures oenloxs journey to PoPter's National 'lub lfl " Feacoers' Pa ty .LUJ Animal Jr us Rresnwan Par F us c eso va Iaeior Play Tea S' as o lat lCCUFD owow Host on Phe Loose L orlevllle H YU o + flHlGd orll roon 27-------' . 2' Q' ' .. 30 -.-- ,,., rv-fn ' CA fx ' . SEP AMBLR Y-8-D--- ' ' . 21 ---- --v , 2 5 ok , fc e . 22------' 4 1 f ' . 29- ----- P. T. A. l1at's, 30------' M r 7. OCmHD.R 1-------A ,- N: . 7------- M sy. 12- ----- P. ' . A. Meetingg. lo------M i S Li l at nav? Q' ' . 2m """ 1 V ll 7 . 'IA' A ' H .2 C, X.. .H 21-22---'f :her ' 5 c'a ion. 27------P' v -'EA . H31 'N r .H Q IffV.5H3LR 3 ----- --Amo loses to clayton in opening Tame on the harfduvooi. Ne also lost the "l.eej." 9- ------ P. T. A. 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YIIFQ --"fZ7t:47 NjftQ4L sTE1j?5i::3 PNPPNPP- JANUARY New Years' Day tourney Aces von oy 1 atlng both the Winchester Jar lors and Plttsaoro Burros Yule tide vacation ends Individual pxctu es taken by National School Studio ln l5 nounty tourney Amo loses to clayton Rural Youth Party CSen1ors were invited J Farmers' Institute FEBRUARY Seniors n Juniors visit Gen ral Assemlby P T A Meet Picture Ohow Cinderella Swings It U 25 26 Sectional lourney The Aces won by d feating Lizton, charlton, Avon, and cpe dway MARFH T A 116642 Picture Show Ne t The Nlldcat ' All County Musical restlval APRIL Band a choral contest cture show nMy Dog, Shep enior Play ' ere come e Campbells County Tract Meet Junior benlor Reception MA P T A Dress Revue Last day of school for the Seniors Senior Farewell Dance Baccalaureate Senior uommencen nt cEilf"' ,ff t--.,.iSgdt:5 6iEF2'fmm GSL' NNssQ:igE::5? P ' ------ ' ' ' . '. 3 " Y efe 'L V if 'ua F' I 1 , ------ - A . " "' -V 0 , ,1 ' n ------ 5 e . 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Most Friendly Most Dignified Meekest Most Co operative Biggest Flirt Deepest Thinker Best Dancer Margaret Underwood Bigfest Talker Leon Buis Shortness Virginia Strahl Vernon Kersey Most Independent Funniest Laugh Total Age M1 fears Total Total Welght 3296 Eight Height 133 f n Seniors from Coatesville Sixteen Senlors from Amo Fourteen Senior Girls Ten Senior Boys Those not attending Amo Hlgh all four years w re Connie Dress, Don Jones, Kenneth Miller and Marjorie Feller cEil,','7 ,f"t:a aff-Fa ffxp Q f P r QTNX' Alberta E111o1:t::: .zffffizriesfcneerful '.......,. ........... : 5 l : t. S 1 . f ' : lb. 704:15 7044 . P . G-I ...l KW fp e-..-Qiw Q K Q'?iqQmm5Q CLASS HISTCRY Freshmen After our Journey through the Grades ard JUFIOP Hlgh, we the Class of '49, began the upward trall throu r n1gh school Our f1rst year as Freshmen we had ten Prospectors Cboysl and s1xteen Gold dlggers Kg1rlsJ, maklrg a total of twenty SlX borty h1D8PS 1D the covered wagon By tD1S tlme it was Det tlng rather crowded but we manager to make room for two new members Burneda Brown and Connle Cress To command our wagon thls year we elected lommy Crews, Pres1dent, Anne larley, V1ce Pres1dent, waur1ce Bombel, secretary and Trea surer, and Dav1d Bolles, as Reporter r kerhlnger, our sporsor, was to protect us from Indlar 8ttaLKb wowever, he fa1led DlS duty, ror or sept 14, we were attacked by the sophomores who throughly 1n1t1ated us 1nto Hlgh School Our ooys wore glPlS bathlng Sulto, gum boots, bathlng caps and ralncoats on backwards fney carrled an lnnertube and the1r lunch on a St1CK wrapped 1D a red bandana The g1PlS wore Ind1an blankets, thelr ha1r ln a knot on top w1t1 feathers 1n lt, men's work shoes slze 10 on the wrong feet, and a doll able bophomoresn gave a party for us and the hlgh school mveryone enyoyed the entertalnment and del1c1ous refreshments It seems that tnls year our Forty NIHEPS became lDVOlVed 1n many squabbles durlng class meet1n5s and could come to no d8C1S10DS on a party, but we dld learn the proper proceduneof a class meetlng from kr M9DP1De6P CIt says here D Two t the few d8C1810HS that we did reach were to have green and whlte as our class colors, and Vlrglnla atrahl and alberta Booty as our class Yell leaders nO1S Frlstche, Tom mcCaamack, Harold Appleoate, and Alberta Elliott were ln the band and helped make muslc for our covered wagon we also engoyed the entertalnmert pro vlded by our magorettes, wargorle beller, Ruth harley, ulendllne Hubble, and Mary Hanlor we engoyed many excltlng sports th1s year, and were very proud of our Prospector ', who part1c1pated ln baseball, b sketoall, and YPSCK e were very d1sa:oo1rted that no class tourney was held thlb year Bel1ev1nb to have struck a gold mlne Cof knowledgel, we declded to pltch camp tlll September CQ 2' Z-TIE 652223-725 cf?" "N-N Nsss-::gggggg2::5' .-- GX . r p . ni A. . . ' 5- I ' 4 . ,Q 4, r , O . N 0 . , ,, H .f D M, , . . ',A . . - F I Q O ' . 0 l K -- fn . Av . u.. . y .I 0 . r . , . . . , straped on their backs as a papoose. That night the Hhonor- D 1 'V u I . 0 o on . . I K ' ' U 1 1. ' J ' ' ' 'N ' X I' S' , . . . ap ., .. I ' ' C U . ' ' . ' " o . . . ' , 1 Y Z Q xgmmC'Q T Sophomore With twenty two Forty Miners on board the covered wagon started on its trip through the second year of high school de hit several bumps this year and lost Marion Luttrell, David Belles and Burneda Brown Marjorie Feller, who had been living at Terre Haute, climbed on board with us at the first six weeks period President and Student Council member, Maurlce Bombei, was driving the cove ed wagon Ruth Anne Marley, Vice Pr sident Martha Salsman, Secretary and Treasurer, and Tommy Crews, reporter all helped to do their part Of course Miss Gurnsey, our sponsor was seeing that we d1dn't drive too fast e initiated the Freshman class in properC9D manner, September 20th The Freshies were each dressed differently Some of tne boys were really date bait ln two piece bathlng sults, shorts, or nightgowns The girls wore long under wear, overalls, or funny sacks, etc The party which we gave for the Fresnles that nigut vas a gr a success had each rrc hie make a speech and hold a hugh niece of ice at the same time hr Truax directed our games for us, and we had delicious refreshments at the enl of the even ng The Forty Nlners were very active in sport this year Harold Applegate, Tom xctam ack, and George Arche played on t e firstteam in basketball and Tommy Crews, Maurice Bombei, Connie oress, Leon Buls, and Vernon Kersey played on the second team Mary Hanlon was one of the yell leaders and represented our class in thls way In the class tourney Sophomores, And the latter team won the tourney duth Anne Marley and xyrna Logue were our class fell leaders for this event several of our Gold Diggers attended the Play Day at Canterbury Gym and enjoyed the activltes there At the beginn1ng Ol our journey each Prospector and Gold Digger had chosen tne veins lclassesl fro Jhich he w nted to OOt8lW bds olden knowledce Fhose 1 o vere brave e ouch to down the Latin tlass found that lt :ds dot so had as they expected Ne made and furnlsded m1n1a ur Roman houses and held a donan Banquet, similiar isdn os dlyl to those held in Rome LO see :ho would be masters and slaves . 1 ii' X O I . . X . A P 0 0 I . XJ , I A 1 O ELI e ' 'G o , - . . . Q . - 1 n est - . Je Y., 'XSL A 1 ' A L p. I - 0 f 0 l f. -4 J g H' 9 - ' X S 0 "' '1 vu 1 VL ,J L I I1 0 , A Q " 'A . l that spring the Juniors and Seniors played the Freshman and Y . j V v Al J ' ' fu P1 I , -. I . . 1 A F, V Q 5 ' Tn nl 1 va NA ' ' A 5' ft A I . T ,J L2 3. W . . " 1 j , N A Q 0 - W , . .. . M 1. V d ' 1 .' ' t e . A L A ,,, ' h W Q- ' A 0 rn 'fl ' . 1' fm ? QKQGQ at tnls Q rouet tie ol ss was dlvloed lnto two teals, Tommy Crews was Capta1r ol ore ru fjrre Looue was Captalr of the otner and une team WHICL made tue nl nest 5rades were to be the masters TonmJ's tea. lost, nd tre slaves prepared tne Iood and entertalroext, and were sup osed to do exactly as dressed lI to as, rccllned or colcnes Coales of nav, covered 4 +P blanxets at toe table wnlle the slaves dressed tUH1CS orougnt the food to toen and enterta1red tden All who atnended DQS an engodaole tlme, espec1allJ tue slaves who ate most or tne iood AS tnere wis s ortaoe of oo,s lf the Senlor Class thlS year, two of our Prospectors, Harold Applebate 8hG Maurlce doubel were 51V9L parts ln tne oenlor Play On May 19, +he forty Mlners wagon came tc a stop and we all hoopel off for a V8CdtlOP .. TQAL I 55 x e. .. X . H F . ' ' 1 . 'Eg o f' 1 . o o. 4' ' '1 ' a . ' f ' '1 f' ' the masters ordered. The night of the banquet tne masters - l ei e -- A in ' ' L 1 '. . 1. ' I . . . , A .6 r A ' :'ao:.' if 'A' A ' -- ' 1 " ,rf -' QXDMQQJGQ T' Junior 'All aboard? You better hurry Forty Niners for w6'a e hitting the trail N That was the voice of our Junior class President, Tommy Crews, who is bosslng the wagon this year with the help of Harold Applegate, Maurice Bombei, Reporter and especially Mrs Sullivan, our Oponsor HI had better count to see if everyone is here Stra , Booty, Wilson, Jelty, Buis, Kersey, McCam ack, etc Say, that a new face? Nhat is your name9n 'Nho me? I'm Don Jones from Tech a Democrat by the way WToo bad, and he looked like such a nice fellow too Well, counting our other new member, Marjorie Fox, we have, twenty six Forty Niners on board U 'Gettie up Dobbi 4 A lot happened after this little conversation passed, for it seems that nDoboinn got to going too fast and Marjorie Fox and George Archer fell off the wagon All of our gold digging efforts were a failure and we had to make money by selling concession at the Junior stand, although some of the people in school began to look upon us as robbers, we were fairly successful in this financial venture Ne also made a tidy profit on our Junior Play, of fun practicing and giving our play and felt that it was a huge success This year the Forty Niners kept the covered wagon rock ing back and forth with excitement and entertainment Our Prospectors played a very important part in Athletic Act ivities in the school and county Harold Applegate, Tom Mc Cam ack, Connie Cress, Tommy Crews, Don Jones, Maurice Bom bei, Leon Buis, and Vernon Kersey took an active part not only in basketball, but also baseball and track Iyrna Logue was elected one of the high school yell leaders and thus represented the girl's at sports functions Je were very successful in the class tourney this year as ve not only defeated the Sophomores Hotshot, but also shot the reshman Skunks and roasted the senior Juzzards, to win the tourney Ve changed the name of our team to Huiants and our colors to red and gray before this event Anne Marley and Myrna Logue were chosen as our class yell leaders again ' . - r . -- hl is ' . . l 1 I - .. - . ' n U II YI 'Professor, How Could You?1 given October 22. We had a lot V . xv 7 ' A H . KX A Qa.5mCQ For their splendid work in making music for the covered wagon the followlng people were awarded band sreaters Lois Fritsche, Betty Velty, Alberta elliott, Anne harley, Mary Hanlon, Marjorie Feller, ulendellne Hubble, lom 'cCammack Paul Troke and Harold Applegate Ne seemed to be in a whirl of social activity this year, for we had several partles besides the Reception and Fare well Party At Christmas time we sponsored a Christmas Dance which not only added a little gold to our treasure chest but also provided some very nice entertainment for the high school Some of the main features on the rogram were pantomine of nTwas the Night before christmas with Don Jones as narrator A very clever Magician Show by Paul Troke, and high school orchestra, and a girl's trio composed of Anne dancing, and refreshments were enjoyed by all who attended this event Ne Forty Niners had worker and slaved C J to make enough money to have a nice Reception for the Senior Class in the Spring For this great event we reserved the Riv ria Club in Indianapolis for the date of April 23, and made our plans accordingly Nhen the wonderful night came the Junior and Senior Classes, their guests, and the Faculty male their way to the Riveria Club However, it seems that some of the Juniors had difficulty in finding the place and one even picked up a ticket, Kto the theater, of coursel There were many pretty formals and corsages, and all the glrls and boys looked exceptionally nice A delicious dinner of fruit cock tail, steak, mashed potatore, gravy, peas, spring salad, milk, coffee, and ice cream was served in three courses During the course of meal it was necessary for a waiter to 'friskn Mr Scudd After everyone had finished eating the toastmaster, Tommy Crews gave the welcome speach And after the other formalities were disposed with, the Junior Poem, Senior Nill, and the Prophecy were read Everyone enjoyed dancing to the club orchestra, watching the dance team, Ray and Rita, and listening to the music provided by some members from our own class This was an especially happy occasion for Alberta Booty who received a very pretty diamond from her boy friend, Dick Plesk The Riveria Club closed at 12 OO, and we came home like good boys and girls Klt says herel N9 W fx X, l' 5 A . H1 1' ru h v . A . R a Marley, Marjorie Feller, and Mary Hanlon. The program of " - 1- 2 ' . er. fp tj oi Qmm5Q In tne SpFlF5 tne rort, Hlners defldel to stoo at 3UP1Cc Botte1's woods for a w iner roast After F08o+1DQ and eatlna all the at oers 1 d marsnmelLows ve could nold, we Aert on nad rlde througn toe coun+rJ Tne Baniuet meld Q tae udtll .lass fflo year was the one meld last year Atter havlng so many nlce partles togetner our class t1o1 an lt would be a shame not to nave at least ore fl1ng no the, deolded to spend a sunday to etner 1 an Bma State Park after sc1ool was out nveryone who Went had an exgodable tlme Eacn Forty Nlner hopped off tue covered wa wlth the VlS1OD of b COmlU a dlrnifled benlor next fall e e KQQ c'f" . PD S A X- IA gillllrixk fl l ' ,- l '1 l,1' ,- w R -. , A gl V ' A rv: . 6 'A'-9 I C A 0 r AJ. Q . ' .- i - .3 Zn V4 w ,. ,' ' ' 5, - Q - ' A A Ez " . Qu 'Q ' m ' ' ' 4 '- 'r A' e .l's ' f mf 5re4t- ly enjoyed and more nearly like a real Roman Banguet tnan 1, 1 H, , . . 15. ' " ' Olin T- - . ' -q A d- 9 c , 5 g I aqui 1- C i ' f . ' A 1. "ry ' 0 ' - " ,f L - '-:gon ' . ' c.: L 6 -1 Q ff 'S-.zepdywlo QNUfhaJ seniors Th s year we hitched old Dobbln to the cov red vagon and cllmoed on board as ndign fied seniors Vennth Llller from Brazil hopped on board with us, and of the twent slx forty niners starting for the end of th trail, ve lost only one Glendiline Hubble At the head of our covered vafon thls y ar we see Harold Applegate, president, lommy orevs, vice presid ent, Rachel Crews, secretary and Lois Fritche, treasurer considered it an honor to have Mr Jendell ecu'der as our spon sor oonnle Cress was chosen as our student council member and thus represented the voice of the benior Class in student gov ernment The task of publishing the school paper fell to the ad vanced typing students, and all enjoyed Norxing together on this project ve greatly appreciated the help given to us by Mrs Thomas and Mrs Jackson, who filled her place for a short time this year On September 26, the Forty Nlners journeyed to Indiana polls to have their senlor pictures taken at Porter's National Studio After our pictures were taken, we spent the rest of the day sho ping and going to the movies It seems that some of us had a very exciting time coming home that night After much debate in class we decided to put our an ann ual instead of going on a trlp Je chose our staff and name Amo Ace IAmo a key! for our annual Je decided definitly to have our annual made at Kansas city and proceeded to prepare the materials Je were especially proud of the athletic achievement of our Prospectors this year seven of thcm played on the first team and helped to wln a name for the nAces' during the season and in the Sectional tourney aurice Bombie, Tommy revs, Connie Cress, Donald Jones, Leon Buis, Tom Vcbam ack and Harold Applegate all received their ball sweaters and stripes'at the end of the season Jernon Kersey received a sweater for his good work as student manager for the team, and Nary Hanldh al so received a sweater for her two years work as Yell leader we Forty Niners ordered our invitations and namecards early, and were very proud of them when they arrived cZiL,,', ,ff"y3 gE2EFE"fQQ 153 f" ,"NNN Jflxs-l::.::jfgihv' f v A fy sf -v .Y . , 4. .L I A A 3 V . . 4 N yy K. J J- . LC L 5 . - . ' if Q un - l 1 L V 'Y 1 - ., . . . e . 4. M 5 . 9 -1 . M 1 , .v . 1 ' 4 0 -fe ' 'K f'W 1 , I CJ. ' fi . ' . ' 1 - U . - . V , ' J , .. 0 ' A e 'V ' o C . - - .' v l Q o A o 1 A - ' A , . n n - - . f A A . o .., 6 V . A u U , Q A ' Y I L PK '1 ,. . m v Q 4 'W , 41 I , Q 4 1 . , J, A , - P 'Q ' 0 1: . - . ' . .. ff- i K Y, " if W Q ' -' Z .fffl -f ex fl Q F --,, "TlNe Qgx' QQL5la,J We were not in such a whirl of social activity this year, however we did enjoy the nice Reception given for us by the junior class. This annual event was held in the Marott Hotel in Indianapolis on April 29. All the girls looked very pretty in their pastel formals and beautiful coraages. The boys also looked exceptionally nice in dress suits. A delicious dinner was enjoyed by all. After the usual formalities were over the class profecy, poem, and will were read. Everyone enjoyed the program, music, and dancing which followed this. Much thought and planning was devoted to our Farewell Party. As we knew it would probably be our last party togeth- er, we wanted to make it as nice as possible. On May 13, the high school and facualty enjoyed the 'fruits of our kabus one of the nicest Farewell Part es ever given at Amo we knew that our covered wagon was nearing the end of the trail and th t NS had mined practically all of the golden knowledge that we could from dear old Amo High 'e rather regretted to see the last days of school draw nigh Our Baccalaureate was held on May 15, with a good speaker On May 19, we the great and distinguished class of 1 recieved our dipolmas and officially graduated from the school we had come to love so dearly ee ff- -W I UI - ' 1 , ' Q :IV H 9lL9, l l - , .QT Qxg L' I no mah .LI -.2 LLL! JCFLG Dootul , Luarnllcx Cs.LD1A.c.- V' 3 h e, 'lacx r-ewo, A.. efta all att, Dem., elt .L . L., uOla rrlt ne, Jraareb 55ers cond Raw QJF'6ja .z, JlS, Maur cl ,Q nel, J8V1d noLLes, rQuL zone, .cr n4r . Lc , uargdret Underwu J, d dur, H 7 1.L I-af curbn xovl L vcl'OV an-N :list new P ll4Q 1- L L 3UlL1VaD, mar, nqnlor, df Q.LL hUbLl.e Darla A-v05Ue, Fe Q, po ate 114 Ro uwf J ,, ' L .ncr, v xc IPF. . C, II' I A F L ' I' LGPL! W f V Qfmm QQ Xl X9 QAL52L.J 61444 704:26 We, the Senior Class of Nineteen Hundred and Forty Nine, leave this long and lasting will to those who are fortunate enough to be granted such an honor To Mr Ogle we will an extra pair of glasses fJust in case he loses the ones he has now I Q To Mrs Sullivan we will a cute little cocker spaniel dog that doesn't have a sad look to remind her of a certain person To Mr McCammack we will some new equipment for the science room To Miss Johnson we bequeath a successful girls' basket ball team Mrs Milhon we bequeath a new piano for the music room Mrs Truax we will continued success in Home Economic and M H Club Work Mrs Jackson we bequeath our sense of humor Mrs Thomas we will new books for the library To Mr Sutherlin we will our instruments on which to give lessons and make a successful band for the coming years And last, but not least, to our dear sponsor, Mr Scud der, we will another dignified and ambitious Senior Class to sponsor, and also one that will co operate with him, and the other teachers, as the Class of 'MQ has We also will a suc cessful basketball team for many years to come To the Juniors we will our seats in the assembly To the Freshman we bequeath our skill in graduating Harold Applegate bequeaths his ability to play the piano to Louise Stephenson Maurice Bombei wills his ability to play basketball to David Hadley Alberta Booty wills her ability to cook to Dorothy Sum mers Leon Buis wills his freckles to Johnnie Trout Connie Cress wills his ability to keep the bench warm at ballgames to John Davies Rachel Crews bequeaths her ambitious nature to Jimmie Aubrey Tom y Crews bequeaths his motto, nDrive Safely Live Longer,n to Merold Weatherman Margaret Eggers bequeaths her quietness to Dorotha Sav age cEil"" Cf? ,f" ?S3'2E5'4l...'Y if-R NX .. IAQ To . . 'dro . To . . . To . . . To the Sophomores we will our polished manners. . K-'-.. '5T" W fe e as laws of Ymmmfbafx S Alberta Elliott wills her ability to sing to Dorothy Cress Marjorie Feller bequeaths her cute smile to Vivian Ar nold Mary Hanlon bequeaths her ability to get along with the basketball squad to Vera Jean Wheeler Glendellne Hubble bequeaths her natural curly hair to Grace Ward ' Donald Jones wills his argumentive ability to Bob Lewis. Vernon Kersey bequeaths his farming inclination to Ray Allen Walton Myrna Logue wills her ability to get a letter every day to Rita Spaulding Anne Marley bequeaths her ability to talk in class, and not get caught, to Judy Moore Tom McCam ack bequemths his ability to play a clarinet to Sally Archer Kenneth Miller oequea hs his oroad shoalders and manly xuyslque to Derry Logue Martha Salsman wills her good grades to her brother, Richard, to keep it in the family Virginia Strahl bequeaths her ability to sew to Saralou Archer Paul Troke wills his friendly greeting to James Strahl Peggy Underwood bequeaths her ability to joke and not get mad to Rachel West Betty Welty wills her tallness to Linda Lou Brown Marilyn Wilson bequeaths her pretty handwriting to Her I hereby bequeath my ability to get a man and keep him, to Frieda Applegate IN NITNESS WHEREOF, We have hereto subscribed our names on this twentieth day of May, Nineteen Hundred and Forty Nine Q 273 Qi f-'fy S DD N N ogy O O 7 0 O V e O O 0 1 L. 1 W A . U 1 1 , 1 , .0 All .. Q - . . I . O O O bert Lee Greeson. O , V . O i Y if , 4 '- Xrxxx 1' ' - -.. Q JAM 6M"4'4f ix f N f K-X gfxx mfofffx i -,Q JXJ WMP The future lives of great men are different from their past The future life is a secret within each of our lives fh will be gained by only a few I have a futurescope h Jill project upon a screen the future lives of all in ffduals I often wonder what the future of each member of lor class of forty nine will b Shall we see 1 ting vita our president of the class we find Harold npl ate, a very bus nesslike and married young man Rem eue rin that hevas always very fond of Mary ianlon, another lassn t , in his school days, we find that he was married to her in Tune of 1950 They have a very nice home and are rearimp a family of three nice looking children He has attended anterbury College and now is teaching school in New Orleaus Mary is a very nice mother and housewife Loocing further we find our vice p esiient, Tommy Crews s king of the tomatoe world He is experimenting with his touatoes for a big manufacturing plant in Illinois, and has a 200 acre farm where he lives with his wife and does his experimenting Rachel Crews, secretary of the class of forty nine, has an N ei the futurescope's call as a secretary of a great law firm in the mpire State Building in New York City She is using her charm to help win cases for people all over the worli ani we wish her lots of luck e no: fini the treasure of our class, Lo1s Fritsche, as a hous vife It seems that skechanged her name to Duncan and lS llvin in pO3t9SIl11C Ne know that she will make a eel tr asur for her home as she was for the class Phe futurescope beam now travels far to find a great lol r of physics, a aret Jane ggers Je find she is the heai of a great luoratory in Arizonia ani she is traveling far to reach the top Ne find Betty Jelty in the Methodist hospital, not as a patient, but as superintendent of all the nurses We also see that she is planning a big wedding in June. She is to oe married to a very famous surgeon. CQ Q Ca: If-fx Pi 5. 9 3 ,, fy Q 'X ff N' ' e-ax Y x-,X 7 X X11 S MLW 4a.,' y . ag 9 A X J If-sexi XX K r fx SX., NA ,f.,,,,-"' aj all f 0 , 'I f,1c3' . , 7 ' ,.'Jl,i.C.l W." " if 5 -.. Q 4 . Ile "4 e Q Q Q Stfr to 2 I ' ' - . :xl 55' 1 . 1 V I. ' G . f 1 L I C f .. 2 5 ' .1 4 ' Q w I J . 1 J l u ' I . 4 9 1 .' ' - P A 8 ' . A g .fx ll . V 1 ST QP ' vp '1 .LJ A . 1 . , . . ., . . .1 . .' . f - el Q - ' ' rr w 1 O 4 J Q If' B' S . f' 'I . . ' in '1 gl ' P3 nl Pg LL 4 N . L ' C J o . . - fl f ' sl , Q9 S U-,QEQI-X Q Qmw5 E Moving on we see Virginia Strahl, who has changed her name to Bray, doing her shopping at the store We see that she has a little boy with her and his name is Tommy She is hurring home to get her supper for her husband Martha Salsman, another senior of forty nine, is in Indianapolis working as a teacher in one of the schools She is teaching Phs Ed and Mathamatics She seems to be doing a grand job and the students all like her Now we see Marilyn Wilson in a big department store ln Chicago as a business excutive She travles all over the world gathering styles for her firm She is also, at the present, planning on a big wedding in June but she is going to continue her work after she is married The vision is now getting very cloudy and wg wonder- why Then all of a sudden we see in the futurescope the figure of a great polition, Donald Jones He is setting in the seat of the President at Washington Looking still deeper we see that a last his dreams of the future has come true He is now the President of the United States But wait a minute Nhat is ttis wesee Oh yes, he has changed his politics and is now a very strong Republican Wellwe knev he would see the light Looking aheai we find Glenny Hubble Norcing in the chicago Stock Market in Chicago She is a v ry vell known comptometer, and isworking her way to the top She B known all ov r the world as one of tne best comptomete s 'arm home in the distance Soon we see a farmer out on the tra tor and who should it be but Maurice Bombei He has a 150 acre farm and is one of the most famous farmers in this district Next we see standing on the street of Indianapolis two of the classmates of forty nine Ruth Anne Marley and Pe gy Underwood It seems that they are both working at Block's lepartment store and they a e still looking for the man in their lives Nell girls don't give up, there is still time Q?-'ee fgfx I O O O O I I Q O . O O C O ' 0 O 0 0 v V O - O 'I L Q 1 ' ! ' A " ' . e x 1 1 L A g e A ' r . Now the futurescope reaches out and we see a beautiful .L o I' ' C . L I ' 0 5 - - . I' , 0 W O W p ' f i t if L fe , , 4 . fl f ' J as saw X9 QKDAJ Tom McCam ack we find still at Purdue struggling not to do his studying but to win the girl of his heart. It seems that he is the Casanova of the college, yet he has'nt been able to get the one he wants. It always happens that way. Now let us see what lies in the future of our great friend, Connie Cress. We see him flying through the air in a new streamlined airplane. He is the owner of a great air line service, named the Speedamatic Airlines. Paul Troke we find in Pennsylvania as a great mechanist and inventor of the new 1953, thirty two cylinder, Speed- abaker. It has a record of not less than 50 miles and not more than 200 miles an hour. We wonder.... Looking still deeper into the futurescope we see Vernon Kersey in a big dairy barn. He has almost a 100 cows and is running a dairy that supplies all of Indianapolis with good pasturized milk As his helper we see another classmate Leon Buis It seem that they are partners in this business Remembering how they were always partners in what they did at school we were not surprised to see that they were still partners Next we find projected upon our screen the image of a great senior of forty nine, Myrna Logue She is working for a law firm in Indianapolis and is on her way to the top Marjorie Feller, who is as yet undecided as to her fut ure, is still living in Coatesville and working in the city as a stenographer Next we see in the distance a little white cottage on the hillside and inside there is a woman busying herself with the everyday housework and caring for the children When the vision is clear we see that isis nobody but Alberta Booty, who is now Mrs Richard Pleak, living peaceful in her little cottage Next we see Kenneth Miller working in a power plant at Indianapolis He seems to be working very hard to reach the top and is at the present, foreman of the plant We wish him the best of luck CC , , Ec'f'Nf5 .V 4 Q . . . "' 0 I . . C 0 0 . l !7 Y i i ' 5 v so ' ' - .72 J , l Q vifjw fl F Xgwqumi The futurescope is given its final turn and who do we sees but the author of this story, who is Alberta Elliott. It seem that she has been working as a stenographer but is now planing to be married in June. She is planning to con- tinue her work after her marriage. We now come to the end of this imaginary trip into the future. Your future lives are now knowng so 1et's each of us live and enjoy our future. When the history of the world is written, may mention be made of the notable work of each member of the senior class of forty-nine. Cf, fp, N ig Q -i DD I' edealeadeu aiu cjr Mlffsafr J I 1 fldfvfofy fffe+L-iff Banzu 14 rv Ida AQ.-7fofr'df5 3 .flqrehz Ppf +pllfyder'u.'o Busvi C-507 MP4 - C Y Bdbj fffffn K7 fffefdmmac laFfY f J gls lx' Crewg more Wlwaf' Fun' 55 , xl I -V . .J W v A 1' V ' l ,, , fl F f fa Q Q y Qwfatwck SENIORS DREAMS An Oldsmobile convertible--light blue. Maurice Bombie A beautiful home and twin girls. Alberta Booty A hundred and fifty acre farm of my own. Leon'Bu1s A new baritone of my own. Lois Fritsche To travel a lot and to be a good secretary. Mary Hanlon To have a nice home and be a good wife and mother. Virginia Strahl To have a good job after school is out. Marilyn Wilson To become Supt. of Nurses in the Methodist Hospital. ' Betty Welty A loving wife, a beautiful home, and a prosperous business. 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O +9 Amo 'LO .' . 33 'Q Q1 .Q .W. 111 HQLID' 'wf C' 1 TfRQRIp,I 1 - 3 r Q0 34311 mL YJURHlf nf Q3 F tv: . 49 I .E A K V Q' ,V N RN: 6401 fofdmj rn-W5 sn' Qrwdrd Gun rd Ccnfgr M-e.v'af-J WCJ+fac.l-MJN Jr MDVJN Wfweeler Jr afvfvnc. Crgss Cvg,JrJ rarudrd GM-JFJ u.JrJ Kvfvfvern Wars, F.,-,,,4y,4 Fvwev-J e + N rr ,., ,rf , "V rv , XL-V L ' U" "IV J W Y, - ' C ' -SR V V- ,.,..-- A cv Avavffjwwf WQZWQ ack 7, fr gem In X950 L J. When the annual ienlricks ountj lou re' ' Qllnf was an nounced it was oar l Cn to draw la ton or 'be f'rst are. we had just defeated blayton by 31 to 2 in an overtime, Vbe game before the tourney, and we could have been a little over confldent Sometbinp happenel, oecalse we were sonally tro cel by the .ardinals by a score of HJ 26 N 'ch was our woret beatin of tbe fear until the Regional Phe st,le up ball y aylng on o r as t e worst o the year and also o r lowe t ore ln an, Pane olavton CMJ! Ano x2oD "l"b J. Alexander ooanlack llls Jones Linn Jheeler 11iYu1 vfexvs A LPWIS o'3r1en Jeatbernan FPHW'1lH 1 lotal lotal Avon N t W at Nortb oalen LU mnal ine t v n e n 1 l e o l Lf -.2 ml, ,r Cb'TfffffLUKHJI 1' 1 T' 'W v W1 vs 1 rvl "' - - I 4 I Y NJ K Ang J -AL' I gl Q L .- 1' " -f 0 , ' f. , KA J : .L U. - IJ All U . ' 3' w Y . .. fx. A A ' . g ... . 4 'I x Y .. ' .. 1 f . F f L'- , 'bl ' ' ' 5 Q . I 1 ' . ' ' X. 'lg' ' u 'HIPC wi 5 . f . ' ' u 1 ' 3 so L K Lff . m ,y ' ' Fd- FNB? FF Pi' FG FTTE Q: PF ' 3 3 9 O H 2 rw 2 O 1 S 2 A , , , A J e J 0 O l l l H. Q' 2 2 O 3 1 O O O l Fisher O Q O l Appleuate 3 l Y H , v .-I -4. 4, . 3 Y 1.3 ll J- -' l 3 9 2 H1.A:s o O O O 1 ' U O O O .3 . . I u , f - 4 3 ll l P A U 4 l 3 3 H -.2 I 3 J O l Iersbaw J l l O -1 ' ' r' 1 'N Q - f ' I 2 l2 Lv :go LQ 2 1, o 20 lo ' . Yen aioai to ieje-, I , 2 ' Sbe Y' L gin o ri tk title of Hdou tg lnampo F llllq. ' l any 2313:-'If CF , 3-"9" 374547 a,,,,i??aww1fJafr,5f'ZuUf 'I ycyfo-af 1-lov 0-Lay W F EiIlII,E5gggj fff- F-NXX:iIZ::::ffff-fig?eiiglzzrf-Nix Q, 1-tml, Cf mn-7 The Hendricks County Sectional Tourney was matched be tween eleven Hendricks County teams, one Farion County team and the Indlana Boys School from Plainfield The Marion County quintet, Speedway, was the favored team to advance to the regionals tzplay the winner of the Greenfield sectional, but an upset was scored in the final game by Amo's Aces who, although up against s perior height and ability, tromped over the Sparkplug in the final stanza of the final ame to give them a sound spanking with a score of pl to The Aces trailed at all points of the game until early 1n the fourth quarter when they tied the score at M2 all Speedway quickly chalked up another fielder, but never scored again, because they never had the chance The Aces went on to outscore the Sparkplugs by l3 3 in the last quarter to defeat the Sparkplugs by seven points, thus gaining the honor of meeting Fortville in Butler Fieldhouse and the d1stinction of Sectional champs of lQh9 The nets were cut down and the basketball was presented as a trophy to the school in honor of their success After the game huge bonfires were lit in Amo and Coatesville, and celebrations were in order Speedway C J Amo i511 F TP N ichers Jheeler Stewart McCanmack Mayhugh Veatherman Boyer Crews Vaughn Jones Total 19 Total Qfef.-fa df-f X52 -g1,g-and-NgE::7p hh . FG FT TP PF FG T PF ' e 5 1 ll 3 v 2 1 5 3 3 l 7 2 ' A 2 3 7 1 King 6 3 15 S Applegate 9 S 23 3 3 o 6 3 1 3 2 8 2 2 O M 2 ' 3 2 8 .2 O 1 1 O 0 O O O 6 an 16 19 13 Sl ll fl K , ,L ov QamJf S In the first game of the tourney for the Aces, the Lizton Blazers d1dn't put up too much resistance and were 19 iris Lizton C3OD Hedge Odom Walls Armstrong ' Leathers Neddle Ratliff Van Arsdale Blankenship Price Total o o 5 U H o n m H Q O' o m d o 5 2 D' o D n U o E Ps 0-" '1 o K1- n o m S D- CY D' Q E o MLM P457 NPT OOO41' Amo C553 Wheeler McCam ack Applegate Weatherman Crews Cress Lewis Bonbei Yersey Total Jones 1 H Defeating Lizton gave Amo the right to play Charlton, winner over Stilesville, in the last game Friday night The Charlton lads put up a good fight and a last minute rally came close to trumping the Aces, but it was staved off and :P O CDM-J-IT LJUJINJ Charlton M92 Wheeler McCammack Applegate Compton Hugler Barrett Love Bloom Bowie Hozen OO!-447' Total Neatherman Crews Jone Total -7 CCi'f'56f!S9D Q NN --..,. lehlqv W A U o b . o H ' ' o N m 1 S ,,n H w N Q m N OoOFmmowHoQ O Q +7 L F W q Q' 0 oooooHomwoa 0 owommmHa - w H I p HH H O ooo ommow w omwommww p m w 1 H v-U O '11 nl r QHHmmmwq I ' 3 V 4 A I ' m p j h ' N W l ' my CL-J AJ 'U X WHw W0 H ooHmFommwH0 I-' 'XJ O HmmwHHe H W h- w ooomwOOmwO6 E9 -4 PJCr-gpg VL PIP' PJ P3 wi 'C-OD 'U ' m oomvu-'oroow1ro+u H w l wx 'Q P' w H mmomwHoOOHw NPTH o's v ctory over oharlton sen the agalnst a Nell ooniit'Qned ball club, Avon, where they al tnelr tou nest battle fne Orloles nearly vent ov r toe c s in the f nal iqote out Lady uca abandonei the orio t Ve wronb ti e Avon le' by 39 3 v to seconds to o when vcoaxmacx scoreo the l3VOP6j o t of bounds olaj 1 t ,no ahead MO 39 a eniel +be SCOFlHi 1 Amo C102 Q uf E1 8 1 9 e ' 1 eathernan evs Tooal L +31 Am i ' t 2 m - '. 3 L, N ' D - h 1 ' E1 . ' ' ' 1 e I A e . 1 i- m -' ' .' L ' . Q 1 les a t4 . H m ' 4 X -32 '.- 1 1 A. 5 'U X ' n E' 1 on , 2 1 - - f 5 5 to yu Q11 L Y - ni . .. ' 2. Avon 1322 2 F Gerth O 3 13 1 Nheeler 1 3 5 L 'e Jle j 1 11 1 7,3 .1 ox 3 O 6 O Saniers 3 2 S 2 Ap -eg.t 3 O 15 3 lrlce 1 1 3 3 I1 , e., 71 3 11 1 Jxith O 2 2 2 Cr : 1 O 2 3 Jones O 3 O O 1 'Q 13 9 39 9 moo, 17 6 no 11 ' 7 f ' V F W? N-:Zf'TlYf' Q Qx S2 -I9 REGIONAL TOURNEY When the Aces performed their upset over Speedway in the final game of the Sectional play, they were pitted against a tough, well blanced team from Fortville It was not doubted before the game that the boys from Amo were inferrior to the Demons of Fortvllle and it still 1sn't Fortville was hitt ing a very good percentage and they were shooting a lot A far as field goals percentage, Amo didn't do badly with a 322 against Fortville's 353 Turman Rushton was the h1gh scorer of the game wlth lO field goals and three free throws for a total of 23 polnts His twin brother, T d, scored 16 for Fortville also The score built up by the Aces was second highest the state for a loser, but it couldn't be helped Fortville C691 Amo 1931 FT 'I FTT' Rushton, Tur , Ic ammack Rushton, Ted Jones Laey Jheeler Deahyne Lewis OONOlNJOOfF"ON1 Graham Crews Norris 'ress McKay Kersey Kellermeyer Jeatherman Noe Bombei Total 29 Total Q2 fx? QT if -v . s in ' FG L TP PF FG m TP PF . 1O 3 23 2 .1 c 2 1 5 3 2 16 3 O O O 1 O O O V 2 2 6 2 2 10 3 1 O 2 O Adams O O O Applegate 8 l 17 3 0 o o 1 2 L1 2 o LL 1 t 1 0 2 1 O O O O O O O 3 15 2 T 8 1 17 3 1 1 O O O 0 O ll 69 ll 23 7 53 15 'VQLLEY' 164 . 90 e Yoree urLse CCEyCl nersey Lewla tens Q 1141 nJ B LCW15 Hirald H plejafn lvlgrofv Acc rr Tom ffl Cammaak l'72"ofJ hfeafbzrfmm Leofv 54415 Z Z' Pez H: rf ld fe crvde Shafffq Sf fuer-an OJ f1"'Pl R 7?J5n7afrJ Ffbu-Y 5,2 2 CIYJ ll xfwguvgl ey 530-166 R111 Ragnofrd I Sl Qljkf r carve!-In V fS 'J Malv Cc Ebombvl Bd' Bomb ' L'QolYfY1r Creii R5A5YJ ffblfhy' ev-fron! Id r 0 12 limb I-410105 Crzsu S D 56,4 Janes .yang u spfq g-rs ci yfl V3 A of' S 3 r-0.5 5.4115 Hrah 111 rA Braj f.3vD Afdrka Jena ,fnfljhf . ' S - 7 1, W If , ' ' ' Tru e Q 7- f fe - Fri' - Q- gul - elk Y W 2 I - , . .S g v 3- " A 4 ' 5 .. 1 , s A sv ' . , rm- .,.,-.- , --im I-tg? I hy, lx Q ' E Lf: Rn-jk 1 ab K I ' . el 13, H, 1 L I - 1 'dr H Yr ' Y e 54-M R 3 L :rf K X 'Y E J f HJ K A , A 'V q gf, - , YE- Qf J fl a s is Jem k9,fQl-Qxnfv,-A sag ew The Amo Aces started upon the l9h3 'MQ athletlc year wlth a fairly success ul softball team The team played a total of elght games against four schools and placed second in the all county softball league The gpponents encountered were Stilesville, Pittsboro, New Winchester, and North Salem Winning ive and losing three, the Aces won over Stiles ville by scores of O and 3, and ove Pittsboro 6 M and 17 ll, going into extra innings in the last game Then travel ing to North Salem's field, tncy met New Jinchester, who turn ed out to be the champs, and lo t both games by scores of 2 and 2 M The next and final games w re played on Iorth Salem' diamond against North Salem If the Aces could have won both the games, they would have had to play tne tie off with New Winchester, but after losing one game 9 6 and winning one 7 they came out in second place The teams batting average, getting QQ hits out of lp times at bat, was 3 6 Indlvidual statlstlcs are as follows Jones Neatherman Trump Mceammack Kersey Applegate Buis Lewis Bombei Cress Miller 0+ 10, lOO OO OO OO OOO Z S 0 O I-J 97 CD UI LDQD DCDCD CDU1 CWM NUI IU B A CBatting averageD G P CGames played, C fee ge.-fwfffxgb be - RN NNE-::Tf::E1E:5v , LL- H- t P - - S Q -5 " e -3 ' S I J' h ' 'Ll-2 'J H Q 9 . 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I 22-I :L-Q P .jGf ij 1 , x fu - x, fl - 'X ,f R X fp fl fix-QQQJC s v-I,QNP". 'iCN0 From Foundation to Chimney Quality Materials Quick Service Wwe Aim To Pleasen Coatesville Lumber Co Coatesville, Indiana Compliments of Dr. John Ellett, Jr. PHYSICIAN Coatesville, Indiana GROCERIES PHILLIPS 66 GAS OIL MACK S Cngars Cigarettes Intersecuon LIS 40 and 75 Tobaccos Soft Drmks Ice Cream Sandwlches Wilber Jones General Hauling Coatesville, Indiana Phone 62 50 gawk fgvipb 'Q M PLACL L XI-,D W f s A-sw NXQMS W E L L D R I L L I N G W I L L A R D E N G L I S H C L A Y T O N, I N D I A N A P h o n LYON k LYON Compliments of B B L Dress Shop C A F E Plainfield, Indiana Plainfield, Indiana c 11 t f Omp men S O WAYNE KIVIT Coatesville, Indiana Coatesville, Indiana Z? gc-fa f.6fx2 e SO-ILL D O E S I fl Q owmmfbiji NNNNNNQ- -v-iffgjqzff' Qva Compliments of Shell Oil Co. Uarl H Almond Distributor Anderson Welding Service '18CtPlC Acetylene Welding Portable equipment If lt can be welded, we can weld it Ph 125 Danville HENDRIUKS COUNTY C0-OP DanJille, Indiana Phone O ALL FARM NEEDS DLAY N rv John Deere Sales and bervice Je carry a complete line of JOFN D Rn parts for all machines Amos ahelton Aayne Rhea Phone 93 Clayton, Indiana CQ! f-1 fE2E:?"Qb cf?'3"'b"rNd :ELNNN::3eggggE::5, 3 5 ' TO IMPLgILI.:.NT co. A CLINE CLEANERS Cleaning Pressing Repalrmg Made to Measure Suits Phone 219L' DHHVIIIG Indiana Compliments o arr's Varlety Sto e Jnnville Inilana Pomplimen s of Symon's Hardware and S 111917 Plainfield Indiana Complin nts of btev 'S :ark t Danvil e Indiana Je Dellfer ROY WEST 8: SON Custom Butchermg AMO INDIANA CQ! X2 ,Qfw ff-fX2D ijfmmz xaxs-,,l-sg2:57+ f ' ' Q2 XD l J T w A .L .. D ' vu L L ' J D . . . t 'e ' e H e . - 1 C L L , Phone SOO X 'I '51 1' ' Y ! O 7 .X Y ,i 1 S V , ' dX ! Rx P FB ezifi rr Q Xl 0,fX'Qk AMO HARDWARE and LUMBER COMPANY, INC. Lumber and Builder's Supplies fards of oerv'ce ani ourtesy Look Your Best CL NES Barber and Beauty 0 P Amo Indlana A W A u General Hauling Amo, Indiana Compliments Wellman service Station Elso Fritche For Good Results Use Moorman's Vinerals an Protine Concentrates Compliments Earl Wallace Coatesville, Indiana QQ f-2 Qi 55? S 93 x xg I 7 H1 A L K ll , . . L of O R ' L E Coatesville, Indiana . of d -A QF was F R E D H U G H E S Sinclair Service Station l Gas - Oil Lubricatlon Lire Repairlng Phone 193 1 Hlghway No 30 Danville Ind1ana B 8 H Grill Thompson Jrug to Steaks ani bhops me Rexall store Sandwlches Everything in Plate Lunches Druv nine Danyillg, Indiana The Prescriptlon Store 's ity Restaurant Earnest G Rldgeway From bite to banquet Din ers steaks ohops oPTo1vu:TR1sT Let u Serve your saecial partie K lennyn Balrd 23311 le, Inilana Qatar WX? X' - 0 - rn . I . f , . Y , N Tk ' O T OK G ' 11 " Danville, Indiana and tall team. 0, , H25 ' -Prev. A,. Q i V'-Hx ,ff-3 .xssNsh.b--,'fZDQigZLf"'-x?Y3 fl K -P QQZ1 -Q Q if3xmCQ x J K-XTX PLAINFILLD OIL COMPANY, INC. 4 'MRATHDN Distributor of Petroleum Products U o ROYAL Passenger, Truck, and harm Tires P NNZOIL Motor Oils Zerone Zerex Phone QMMY Plainfield, Indiana Qf 12g C K fl FD Niflmwvf X 'ipe-..Q'pwe Compliments of ATHDRNGILL PHOTO SHOP Danville, Indiana Compliments of J C Lo an Dealer in Mobilgas and Fobiloil Danville, Indiana Compliments of LAST SIDE CAFE Danville, Indiana Compliments of Walter Auto Service Danville, Indiana GMC Trucks Oldsmobile Phone 122 DANVILLL LOCKER PLANT Compliments of Sunset Inn 3 M1 V of Plainfield Meats, Veg Groceries on U S O Phone 25 Lee and Lueile Davis BILL N DL R DATVIL L MOTORS Your Ford Dealer george elover, M Sales service Ford Dearborn Ford Cars and Trucks Tracto Farm equipmen Ph 22h Danville, Indiana Ph 925 X2 Qi 57153 sv X X- . Q g :1 F1 4-I A A 'I 1 I' - "U 1 e U e c , ' LL C . -, , Y-' ' 1 "I I Y '-' , ibm' All 4' 1.1 4 . L I ,, A ASI' o 5 I IU ' H l I 1 .Xp .. ? - Cl ,,, L , X ,- - A Z f ' l "ix VK ff 1 S Q X9 Qikfbdq W f P ff? ef ww fiQ Xjfjd COMPLIMENTS OF ELVIN R NEWBY 8: SON General Trucking DANVILLE INDIANA JALL QU Rf Good lace to Trade Hadley Indiana u on r I a 1 is IO d anager Jaiter It S do u won t at t e tder Diner Jhat sort of bird is this? OD Sl Jln t Qu Ht e a saw A K MOON PLAINFIELD TIRE STORE COIHGI Mam and I-ast Stleet Plamfield Inchana Qigfg 6'f'S9 NS-J O O ! I C st re : c n't cat . 'S G.OCl ' nh' q o , call the H L ,, 1' I ' - se, A 1 ' , , , he e 1 1 Q D , H7 V YI Waiter! HIt's a wgol 3132 , r." . .A ' I ".er: "I 'Q' gr so, . ' Get m , 9 if !f,, f,,x ,N fi - f,f-N -. - ix lx f-5 . Q. f Z A, Ili, .,l' J Y A 'YN 5 'N J 1 f X I A fs f-X fu Qgffe x 4" F f-.LL N, ,xl eiji::::!4fj!,,f K Kim , , COATESVILLE ELEVATOR 8: FEED COMPANY COATESVILLE INDIANA Gram, Seed and Darnall Feeds QT-,452 Coatesville, Indiana 9 O L - CQ? 2'-fix X3 7' ex Q ex iellllillli lj X lf5 D . M Q, .' K 5 Cf f, ,xNsghN- --"fZDQigZf"'F-NiN to Quali- Mac's Implements Store Sales and Service ALLIS CHALMERS Farm Machinery and Part Danville, Indiana S Stone's Regal Store ' 's Where Dollars Stretch, and Your Pennies Jingle Twice G W Sto e Clayton, Indiana W E HALL I uallty Servlce Store St11esv1l1e Indlana Comphments of WILHITE BEAUTY SHOP Clayton, Ind HARRIS Service Stahon Grocerxes, Gas and O11 M1 and Mrs Clyde Harms Compliments of Tudor's Barber and Beauty Shop Stilesville, Indiana Merle L Masten, Insurance Agency General Insurance Any Kind of Insurance Phone 8 ll Amo, Indiana CQ! fi C-Q X199 X sl,N--r Nxxgg-lv, That . . I1 I I , ! 155 BdHe East of StHesViHe 1 - , 'X f Q? i i Z' 1 K-:kk IN " Xyfff W9 , , 'Ima fQ Xl X9 QL5UA.J H E R F F - J O N E S C O M P A N Y Manufacturing Jewelers and Stationers 1h07-1hl9 North Capital Avenue Indianapolis 7, Indiana D A I High Grade Pasteurized Products oatesville, Indiana C22 fix D eawhaht I .1 W I N K ' S R Y f fu kr-... i'Nk9 fl f Qm P QV Q g Compliments of The Clayton Feed Store Clayton, Indiana Maple Croft Eneater lO minute irive west of Plainfield Children under l2 Admission Free Compliments of ANDERSON SHALL STATICN Bellville, Indiana PLAINFIELD VARIETY STORE 5c and l0c to 31.00 Merchandlse PL XINFIELD INDIANA Best Nishes For Yolr Succ ss Sales 6 Service Cass Notor Sales Plainfield, Indiana Iour Ford Dealer R T I R D W A Phone T54 1 Clayton, Indiana Q ciil"EE2EIi-fab Cf?-vf""-xlxigg-i:5'4....'Y Q 1 MA I N L S - HA RE A Xlllllllll W P fx Eyfi? Qzyf SN Q Q Qxm5Q N S T O P Kister, lon't run out of gas or oil. JOE H. HARPER L O O K Gut for your car needs. S Maybe we can help - Lime, Rock, Sand I . Motoring is fun when yJlP ani n ine is runnlnr smooth- ly wlth GULFPRID' O11 Fefvilizsl' L S' Service from our firm for over 23 years Phone 5320 tOFL'S GULF S RJIC Ano, Ind11na Ph 96 20 Amo, Ind c 11 1: f wp men S O Afo ILLING to erain e oal Fertilizer food JPiWdiHS arbelter ork 3 Prone 1 O -+- Amo, Indiana two, Iwdiana cEilf"" 3:5 6EE527-iii--i5i,ij!,ixNNN Q?-J ' o ' 1 L S T Z N 0 B U Q xl L B 7 T A P1 I O SS 1 ' 'E ' E 0 TI " F 0 , X V I A M T A A .. Y? Q .. R E D H E s T 3 R A rd V 7-1 fi G Q 1 W J Pat Uhitecotton Prop. A 7-H 1 ' .A 1 A A , Af rf!gY i Engle? w Q t Q J Vx SV. "1l'u"w....... I,T,',,A , S of s,3,,V' , Q fl K . P Kip Q -xnxx-V --,'fZQt:44 Compliments of HAPPY VALLEY FURNITURE E APPLIANCES - Miles West of Plainfield on Rd no Phone 38MO A Complete Hendricns County Floral Servlce THE MORRIS FLORAL CO Ph 187 1 Danville TH LOCKHART bDORm General Merchandise Ph 17 Clayton Charles Burch Local and Long Distance Hauling Phone Amo 331 S , 1 22 . ' -4 1 L C , - '1 ' 'WA' T1 lb . -F O L, ,, Ngs - L Ho. s I " Lexx f xil' QF ay QETEXXU Xgxlymwbfiiibxzlx FQxXXQiIII::?"i bOmpllm nts of L J Rob rt's uarave Sales and Serv ce Dodge Plymoth Dodge Trucks Danvllle, Indlana COWD1lm9DtS of Jorre l's R al Store Fine foods and meats Frozen Fools Danville, Indiana Compliments of ELLIS JROC RY Plainfleld, Iniiana Iwo Amo High School Alumnae stopped to look at a boo'storc liqplay 'Tnere's a book on ow To Torture four Husband said Alberta B HI don't need t at, 'I have a system of m own M L Truck Stop Rd no 2 Mi east Plainfield New' New' Toledo Steaks Chadnel Cat French Fries Sandwiches Open 2M Hrs 6 Days Compliments f Farm Supvly Co INT RWATI AL FARM MACHII Coatesville Indiana QQ X2 5?-fk GQZYDD 'kv XIINE-,pe!EgE::5p K fl gf I Q -,Q - , A, ' . A F x H ' . h H J 'Virginia S. replied. .YI y R U E Y O Ste 0 ' o . I S W IERY L Q allxxxn -.fJCDk"f Plalnfield Flower ohop moutn fine ot Plalnfleld, Indiana Flowers very O casion Tele ranh service none Day or 1 Pla nfleli 6lLg. Come VN 1th the Rest F01 the Best HOOSIER CAFE Bud Wxse Prop Stllesvllle Indiana Compllments of erimes enack Bar ll8 ast Vain Plainfield, I ence H 3uf1 era lnsma: Cranx eqaft grlnllag and Plainfield, Indlana U A V E I L A I OU. Good Food friendly, Fourtious Qervloe 88 OLQI' e r n 1 m D a y r Q! X fax ggfa of-fx PD NNN'--v'LNNga!!v' K L21 qzi P 5, 66 Y' P- . 1 N'ght ' i ' l A ' Lg, -15' 3 1- Motor Rebuiliing L J St. nd. T R C K E R ' 5 H 4 N S T I L E S V L L 7, I N 0 I I A P h e LL 5 M t Y ' F r I e n d s H e, A y T 1 e, O N 1 g h t lxfil 9553",,-NNNJ W f QF Q 14,9 Compliments of Plainfleld 'lectric Co Plainfield, Indiana Comeliments of FRIDAY CALLER Plalnfield, Indiana Comnliments of Harris Barber shop Plainfield, Indiana Ldward W Watts Watchmaker and Jeweler Plainfleld, Indiana Crosley Anpllances Tnor Nashers Ironers Agent City Fleaners 6 P L r I A Q? 2"Z'E X Qi 5-'Zi 93' xl,Nhl:3-gE:gg-gv THE C O I L I M ' J T S O F I H I C K A R ' S N U R S E R Y AMO, IND NA , Q W f f ff? dwfieemig X 'Q One day as Don Jones was walking to school he crossed a fence and tore his pants. Hhen he got to school he was late. The teacher ll said: Don, I see your a little behindn. Don answered, HYou I co ldn't lf I had a safety pin THE Q PUBLICAN Hendricks County's Leading Paper Danville, Indiana DALY MOTGRS Hendricks County's Distributors for CROSL Y and FUDSOW Best Used Cars Danville, Indiana Haworth Repair Shop 25 South Cross St Danville, Indiana Radiator Repair Recored, Cleaned ou Fender Repalrlng Car Repaintlng Waidell Buick Co Jimn Waddell Parts Service Mechanical and Bodywork Ph 221 Danville Dave Hadley ran into a doctor friend who was holdin his head be tween his hand and see a psychiatrist Dave U 'But you're a psf hlatrlst, Dor J HI KUOJ, but I c ar e too auch Compllments of TdE BAYL S CAFE Frled Fhicken A Soecialty Plainfi ld, Indiana CL A gag?-f -sax-PJ 4-v L - 'n Q f 1 L ' E .f I L V K' . , A ' ' n t 1 groaning: nI've got to Open 7 days a week l!! 1:1 4 . J 1 , ,, ' ' YI ha Pe A L U e or ,I p Z ,VX ff' Qf,xN M- 'WT0 O A A A law QQQMH Est. 1909 Ri. 91114. Compliments and Best Wishes PORT3R'S NATIONAL STUDIO 312 Illinois Bldg Indianapolis, Indiana Ruth Porter, Manager College High School Athletic Headquarters Distributors School Athletic Equip R1 ddoll Raul ings Reach MacGreagors Goldsmith SPORLLJG GOODS Coatesville lndlana Anderson, Indiana Qi, fe gg?-43652-X ,luof A 0 A . - . ANDERSON SPORTING GOODS ,X 2 x-X ,-.S X XY atc ,QZNX vX'f , L 'tg , 'C' 1? 0-'QF Q K ' u Yx llfc qfi Q X 1, . 0 I


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