Angola High School - Key Yearbook (Angola, IN)

 - Class of 1942

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W01'fblL'lJil6 coidrihzifioizs fo our social order will be made only by fhose cifizelzs who are qziizlifed fo the high- esf degree. -JOHN L. ESTRICH. p-, "Be prepared" is ihe key phrase fodfzy for all people. DlCfUf07'S are prepared to sacrifice your and my liberty fo sizfisfy fheizf ozwz persoiml and IIl1fl0l1Hlg1'6C'tl. Wfe nzzzsf he BETTER prejmred UQ fo zziferly de- sfroy, if zzecessizry, surh an Hllfl-C!Jl'lSflHII jahilosophyg KZQ fo p1'c'serzfe flaw ideal of i11- tllflllllfll zuorih. This is one of fhe Li71'l1lIll1'jl ohjevfizfes of sf'comlm'y edufrzfiozz fodizy. -CLAYTON H. ELLIOTT. game! of 5 Q",-,,.. john L. Estrich, Superintemlentg Corneal Bratton, Secretary: Edward C. Kolb, Prefidentg -Iemld Essenberg, Treasurer. Tbvxv arf' ffn' L'.X'C'CIlfiL'L'Y 10170 C0lII4I'O1 our "gf1111v', 111' A. H. S. bvbiml flaw lines. They solzm' prolvlenzs null giw mfzirv. Our school rozzla' Hof vxisf zriffmzzz' fbrir St'l'Z'fC'CS. C, H. Elliott john L. 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Seniors, Everybody be happy .md gay. Heave .1-ho there. Seniors. Were gonna work and root the Angola way. every clay. Yes, sir, we play. Yes, sir, we work! Seniors never say die, on to the sky. NY'e'll never change our course so, Seniors. we ily high-y-y! Vfay up ahead. Seniors, Seniors :L-weigh, Ambitious Hustlers Succeed, Husrlers are we. Hustlers are we Seniors. MOTTO-AMBITIGUS HUSTLERS SUCCEED Colors-Blue and Silver Flower-Talisman Rose 5 '11 le lh in l ii r li linux lin 7Xl.iry.I,1neSumi eu 744 7mm CATHERINE MARIE BIRCHMAN A1171 u111', 1111 11111H1'1' IL lm, Cn11I1f11'f 111' xo l1'111' 111111: li ,X, 4' I. II, III, IX'. ILM' IK- tlx':1I I. l'sl.f11' :ll Sr-IIIHI' I'I1U'. DONNA BELLE BOWEN A 11'1jy 11lc1'11l1I11 111155 lj 51113 Bllf 111 My 115 .Ihr 11111 ln: Girl Ilvv-1'X'1'5 II, III, IXIZ G. .X. 4'. I1 l'In111'1w II, III: Huy Ifostivall I. I'1-1111111-1i1-5 4'.1mn1illf-.- ful- 5611. ix 1' I'I-xv ORA ALIENE AGNER 51111111 xfn' is Lllltl likv 11 f1111'y. 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IL-A'f'y-TI-In IIIIIIIIIIII' r .IIIIIN-1'-Svlll-II' I'.In1lIIf-t III '1Ili'I...II rkxh II Svnwl' I'IzIy', X vinzlul Ilnxw-I: SMI'-ry XVILLIANI IJCJYLE IIIILIIII Pill!! Illww In III: rf- our Ilnf ufw 1Iu11'f my IIIV. II -I II, III. I'.' Ill' II:-SYVII I 1' ' "fI:'II"'II' II, III, IV' 'I I II IIVIJI AIIIIWI' III, IV W". I .4'IIIII!'I'.Ig4:1vII III I :ml FWIEI' IV III IIII '- N'v'I II I'wIIli4' Syn-:II-b I .M III XIIIIIII' I'In" Smy- II .I iw- VIII: l'I1'fv l1i'f!'fl't'Il Y 744 7mm BEVERLY JEAN BUTZ Bz'z'I'rI3' is an aflvlvfiv Iaxxg In luv' Ivxsons, sbc Jam jmxx. , liirl livst-rves II, III, IV: G. A. C. I. Il, Sw-retzxrx' III, IV: Orvluestra II, III, IV: I1:1n1II,II, III.IV: Key Annnzll Stuff IV: Senior Play: Stzluf- I'VIl'IlIllIlIVEf fm' SE-niur Play. BEVERLY JEAN COOK Bl'l'l'I'Ij' is zvry szwvfg As I1 frivml, Sfw l't1I1'f ln' Imzf. IIIVI ITQSII-rves IV: G. A. C. IV: Km' .Xnnnal Staff IV: Glee Club IV Swllinl' PIQYZ IYIIIFIIIIIIQ C0111- lnittw- fm- Sfbnifvr Play. 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PI-IYLLIS RUTH CARE Pbyllix rr'aII,y is ll bvazlly, Ami Ibn' zzmwr sbirkx bm' flzzfy. ulrl Ileservw II, III, VI: Clmr- US I: III Ixnxnnrmles Staff II: Pub- lic Sym-zlkilxg' Play II: May Festi- val I: Vnf-atimml Skits II: Senior Play: Key Annual Stal? IV: Na- tional llc-nm' S. -I.-ivy. CHARLES E. COLEMAN I Iikv zvorlz-if fasriuafvx mr. I nm sit mm' Iook af if for hours. im' IIIIEIY. PYIIEITIIII I,'lIIlIlIIII.IEC SQIIIIII' Play. Bash-Imll III: Band II, III: Sen- for 7!1e 7 EMERSON J. IMUS FMU of f1111 111111' 71Fl'L'I' l1111'1'i1'S. Ctlllyf 11111f111'sf111111' 1113' 11113111111 11'01'1'i1's. lIi-5' II, III, IV: IIJISRPIIIHII II: Ihflvutr- II, III: Ili Immf-1'tnlws Stuff II: Pulllii- Sym-akiug Play' II: Gulf 'Fvam IV: Ping Pong Clulw I, III: Swiiioi' Pluy: l"I.w111111ilteP fm' Sifiiim' PISIY. Stage JOHN XV. KECKLER 1051111711 is 11 f1'i1'111f Ill' lltlflj IV1' krzou' flux! lu' 11711 I1L'l't'I' fail. Hi-y II, III. IV: Himnf II01'-m OrI"1:'e-1' I: A 1:up1v11llz1 Clioii' II. III. IV: Oper'-tta I, Swniiu- Page-ant III: CIIOVIIS I, II, II, IV: Pllewi' Leadwr II: Key Annual Staff IV1 Vrui.-ful Svxtet IV: Vrwul Qual't6t IV: Seliifii' P1332 Daryl is LI 311011 ln1xlc1'fl1111l play- UI" You gLlI'l'l'. III-if Il, III, IV1 Fifislcf-tl'rall II III IX I I l l'llUl'lI4 IV: T1-ack 'fpam I, Il. III. l'1'op.11'1i-eg Colllniittt-19 flu' Sn-IIIOI' Play, HEIU Hx fJ1'111f, Elnxfir from bor airy f1'111111'." fl, 114 II, III. IV: Class Sevrv- tzirx' I1 IG, A, C. I. II: Stuilvnt IUIIIIVII II: Senior Page-ant III 1"liUr1is II. III: Key Annual Staff IV. Ili Imiiifvrtziles Stal? II: May I-'I-srival 1, Svniur Play: .Iummw Seuii mill:-1+ BETTY JAYNE EISENI-IOUR II7i1111i11g ll.'tZ3'S fmx Bvffy 1111113 A1111 bm' 1'ff01'fs 111'1'11'1' III 111111. Girl Ili-svi'x'0 II, III, IV: l'II'll'IlN I, II: Km' Annual Staff IV1 Hur- uf-t Simi III: Public Speakiim' Pla5'S IV: V1'u"z1ti0nfll Skits I,i Il. N. V. A. Projefft IV: Girls GIF-- Pl-ulv II, III: .Duc1'v1'atirms Coin- IIIIIIIFQ fm' .Ii1u1m'-S1-nwi' llaimlllet III. Vslivi' nt Seniun- Pluy. LORRAINE M. ERBE Likml' by 1111, g1'1'11f IIIIII x11111.'1. A 5j1l1'111fi1z' f1'i1'1111' is 51111. Girl l1eQex'x's-s II, III, Vice PIN:-SIIII-III IV: l"laQs P1"LSI'IEIII II: Girls Atlslv-tiv Club I, II, III, IV: Ilzmrl I, Il, III: Student 4jOLIl'llf'II I: Key .Xnnuzll Staff IV. Biwiiww 1I1'In:1gvi': l'li Iliunniitzlles Staff. Iiiliti-1' II: May Ifestivz-il I: Jun- IDI'-S4E"lIIr'uI' PIIIIFIIIQI Cfriiliiiitte-1 III: 1I1Il'1,'l1Il'lg Baml III, IV: Seu- iwi' Play: Xntilvmil Hwuifii' Sm-illty. DARYL B. KLING Utlllvf firm' o111' 11110 is any 'Z Iaserrlll I, Il, III, IX. LITA E. KISER II H111 Sfigbf f1111'1'l11'11 1'11isC11' li' Ifnuquet D1-'ufwation Com- H JOE ROBERT ELLIOTT Noi zviilv IIS long, buf 111111111 11111115' f1'i1'111I'sg HHH fn' 1'1'1111'111l11'1'1'11' fill 1111 071115. Ixltlllltt' II: 1'li-wus I, II, Futura Ifzirineifs nf Aiuwri--:I IV: I-H Cluln IV. Ili I1um111't:1l1w Stuff III, IV: S-Aiiiwr Play: Lighting Committee fur Seili-wi' Plziv. LILA LEE ERXVIN Lila sj11'11kx fo LIII XIII' L'LIl1 S1113 S1111 is f0r1'1u1' jI1f1'1f zrillv g11'1'. Girl llwsf-ifvifs Il, III, IV, Gii'l'S Atliletiv Vlull I: r'l1f11'11s I3 Km' .Xuulrll Stz'1I'flV: I-Ii'1'uiftStaff III: Ili lmmurtnlws Staff II: Pulilii: Spfull-ellis Play' IV: May Festival I. V111-:ttif-ual Skits II: N. Y. A. Piw-ju'-t IV: Decorations Commit- tw- f1ll' .Iilnior-Sifuifli' I:I2l!II1IIt'I III: Viher fm' Si,-uifii' Play, PLIQH' Ni111'f111'11 N l DOLORES E. NELSON Tfury It uri 1111.1 A111nI1.Iz:1'c ins! Jf,I1'f uzlx. B111 In .Inv fwfr II wk I111I1 ix H111 'If fI'II'lQ7.y 1' -5- -W II III, I'!'Mi4lfA' ' ,. - I'1"N:1I'f:.f III I :'.X .- "I'IIv I Sf-I I'fAl:1I'j.' I v III. IV Ifiw 1-sim: 'I S I'-vzr-I, III Svfziiwz' r- " . Vimrn- III Kp" ,Q S' I+. Irwin Irialfx if .I I'.I I- Fjf'f:IIzi:I: Pixy II II I Spw- . VPIII II - f . Z' E711 -I .'- 4'wI.!1.iIf F IH: N, 'I IIHI.-I: 'I-r:.:. KIIQNIQ E. QU,-XS .ww 71m 7mm JANE I. II. III. IV K-ry Stun' IV: II: IIlII,uII"' DONALD E. MORSE ' milf Ifnfi I-Imlw. II fu I1 my LI! Jzzfjw gn fu Szlzrasfu' II'-'v II Ilwrns IV. Publi'- Qu, IIN II III N nl I -akin: '2, , I'II I1 I I.l':.'f"' J II1".frIL hjv -fn QIIIIII Izfmr . 11,1,'1fz. 1,111-r' 141111 I1 u1I'I'I'3 uw . - II III rf '-'H' I'I IIII' -- II' 11:I- ,3,'I.- N' I" It' III If- u In: 5'f'fI N-1.-I II I V5.1-. I'i I i'. - .I ' -I-rfrwi I I':f ffm lu I 114.211-', 3. jul lin: IIHIIIIIII ima' PILU1 ROSLYN R. REESE III-V II III T LOUISE KYLE Sln' is au affix! for om' Kay, Vrrg good, mrfi -you sw? Girl Rvsiwves II. III. IV: G.A.C. IV: When' I.ez1vIff1' III Annual Staff IV1 HI-.rnpt Ivi Imnmrtal-is Staff I. Speaking Phu' II. IV I BLU' FrQtixx1I I. Girls' GI'-e Cluv ' Ly: KIRK'-up Puni- IV' Fr:I'II"I YPII IIlllI"m' fl-1' Seninx' Play. RAYMOND PORTER I-Un LIYIS fury his 1050115 115115 5111111 of lwim juzfu' Z7t'r1l'tI H11 . Sf---rPI:n'y IV: Vials T1-I-usui'-I' III X1 - .'w1'et:11'3' I. PVPSIT . "I-I--PIR-Sirk-111 IV' Hlvinn- Ilmm NI rl'-nl II. Ii'fVA1IlII1aI Stuff II' II1 IIIIIII-vrtzmlvf Stuff II' Gfflf 'I'v41In1 II. IX: I'In:' P-In: Ifllnniyli.-1: II Swllwx' I'I:aV. JEAN MAXINE MABIE HN' frirmfs, flwrc arc many. Hrr favs, are fbcrc am? Girl IIE'QE'l'V6'S II. III. IV: Band I. II. III. IV: Upe1"'tta I: CI.IIYl'U4 I, II: Iivy Annual Staff IV. Hor- net Stali IV: III II'I'llll4"l'l3IE'4 Staff II: May Festival I: E'-and Prop- erty Manage-1' II. III: Dem-oratimis Pr-nnnirtf-e f-Ir .Iuniur-Senim' Ian-guyz III: 1Im'f-Iling Band III, IV: S.-nifu' Play. BETTY JEAN NIAGLEY F1'iI'11I113' fozz'm'I1x 1111, uiitlv mau- zzrrx szvvrf, T173 kimf of xgir1 30z1'I1 Iikv In lIIa'I'f. Girlf filew Plull II. III. IV: G. .X lf I. II. III. IV' SIUIII-nl Cwun- I-il I. Ili Ilnin--rmlp-S SIHYT II: Ban- 'nm-I Uwrninittw- III1 Stugv and Rlal-:tmp IN-nlmitt.-es Ur Senior I'I:I" A Ilamwl fair uiifv mlm- XI z ur' II ll'llI'7'.I 11115 Slug ',.1'I Ilffx--I",-'N II, III, IX X1 I':1N.fI'-it I. If-Iliw IIIIUIII X11 I'y" -II--III II S'-1IIfvl'I'zI:1-ulit III " Mri- I. II. III. IV. K-1'.XnIuI1lI .' ,Im I'.' Ira InI:I.fI1-ml--X 513141. IVL IMIIII1 Hy--f.IIi1h: I'I:a3' II Blau' If.--vI':II I S-'niwr I'I.:j." DM-..l':n- - 'Ir:.1u.Iv'I.- fi-1' bf-III1 III ""r!111f.:-.:,L.1.:4 .,.. - , ,..-4:11 ..-., W -In -.-.- .,.v. ...L .....-,--. ,. ,....-, , ,...,,,,, -.........7,.2.. i 23.2. J. FRANK SANDERS Nuzrr vl11.11I'11 IUVVX 1n11'11, B111 11l1I'11 11 1'111111'x 111 f1'11'11115. bufc 1111! 1111r1'u11. In-1'I1v-xIl':mI II III IV II:III'I I. II. III. IV IT. F ,V I. EIIIIII SP1-gwzI1lt-:I1-Arms I. II, III. Lxzlxlmz 1'--1mmUH.A tl-1' S-,-uiwr I'lu5'. RUTH ELEANOR SI-IOUP M11111' flu' rixqlvf 11115. Noi foo m1I'11111, 1101 foo guy. fl. IL, II. III IV. G. .V V. I. IIS H11-I11-sl1.1 I. II. III. IX. I..In1I I. II III, IV. SVIIIIII' PQI:-1.1111 III' 1'Imx'11s IV. Km' Au11u1II Stuff SIPIII2' tri-1 I. II, III. IV: GI'-+9 1 luh IX 5.-uxwr I'Iu3': A-he-1'LiNi11: I'--11I1n1rr1A.A rl.,- Sffmur Play. 7114 7mm DON E, RITTER A111 Izjx 1'c11I13 1111.1 ,q11111 Io 11111: Of 511111 ffm' i1'11jI DIIII ZL 115 111111112 S1113 11 f111'11114q11. I 1 CORRINE KATH RYN S.-XLTL Qlziufzlcix is not 111111 Il Im' 11111. B111 flu' 1111111,xx vqiz uv jlill 1111 IIIIIU. Girl IL.-v'1'x'f-5 II. III. IV ll. IV 11 1 sgmlr-111 Pm11.1-II I Ux1fj1'1-tux Il S1-ni-+V PLISWLIIII III l'1w1'11s II. III. IX: ka' .Xn1x'1.1I SLUT IV II--1-11--I Staff III' NIM' FESIIYLII I S1-:II-Il' I'IiIy1 P1'11111-x'vif-S 1'fI11.n1iI- If-.1:111-II'sI1e1' f1-1 S-11111111 PIAFY XVILLADEAN LEE SIE RER S111 11111 wack, 1111.1 xfu' 11111 lnzkn' A 11111111c1'f111 l1111111'111I1k1'1' sfn' lt 111 11111LI'. 19, Ii, II. III, Vi, A. C. IV: 1"111":s I. II. III Key Auu'1:1I s1.11'1' IV H-Im.-I Stuff IV. Chruxt- nmx Vzurmlutqf II. III' 5'i'6YIrI'Z-' V1-1111111111111 13-1' SMIIH1- P11131 Hmfv II. III. IV SU1II1eIItC111::1- fil I. II. Key :XIIIIIIIII Stuff IV III I11u1u.1rml1fs Stuff I. II TVIIII 'I'--.Im I. II. III IV. Pin: PI-na I II. III. IV, S1-1111f1' I'IzIY S-1-11-1"' 1'1111x11Iirl11- fm' 51-1.1111 PIJI51 MARY P. ROXVE L1kI'111111'. 11111'111111'. SIMS fI'Il1' 1111111 fri1'1111. ffvmzzglv 111111 Girl Il'-sff1".'f,w II. III. Eiulzm- 4E.n:1'1:1.I!1 IV: G, .X V, I. II "11- 1-1141.1 I 91111--1' I"1:'-.III III V21-1":x I. II. III. IV. LII 1"l"' I Km .X11111x:II Stuff IV Hwflwwl SLUT III Mau' I""NI!'r.II II. II-1f1 111-xx II41111:-:Ik INV Srvnwx' I'I.1y IX IL1-V1-1-111111 "--1111I.1rr1A-- .I111.i1f1'A Fw-IIIMI' II:lII'g'Ev-I III. KIAXINE RI-IINESBIITH .-I 1111118 for 1111, 11 gwffillg Q1.111 A 11111111111 It 115, .II11xi11u 11111. 'III-I ILVM-1.1-x II III IV Giri- ,XLIIIV-rw VI I. II. III. IV Iii' .x1.1111III Smff IV Di III1III1'I'I2tIfrr Smff II May F'-f1iv.aI I De 1'-1 11-- 111-ns 1'11111111ittf-+A .I1z111f11--S-fmv11' l2.11.'p1-:L Sf-1Ii-11' P1513 1'11Nn'11:2f-N "11111m:nt'-,- ZF-1' 5-IlI"I' P111-, VIRGINIA E. SCOVILLE 5f11n'1'. Illilbf, ju'11f111'. 1111.1 111'- lIlIll'c', OUT 11 -1'1'11'11.1 115' I11'q111111, 411111 11 11111 113 f f11 11. HIFI Il'-V-1"1fx II. III IV V? .. 1' I. II III, IV Sf-zliwtk P.1:- It., III I',1'.N II III. IV K"'.X1- z,'1.1L 51.151 IV FI' Ir1.:1.f1rmI'-4 Sufi II Mm. I-'Y-NIIYQI I ,I'1z.i'-x'- rf-1II111' IZ:I1,11':1r 4'1-m1:11tI,-- III S1-ui-11 I'yI,1' S' ffm'-1".' 4'-Iz.:i:1it1'-Q 5f,'I.I"I' I'..I' - B we 'ws Puig: TILWIIVI -111. 1' Y I sziff ' X'IUI.IiT IMAXNI.-IR WELLS II11' 1111111111 I1HI1' I1k1'11f1I1' 11111 XII1111 I111' 11111111 f1111'111l1 ffl 11111, YI1'.11 II III IX11 .X111111.1I " I. II11'1.11 r1:1'1 IX 1..:f 1 I'11'1.11111.1 .1111l IF.11-1 1111 . 111, ISIQTTY ,IIp.X N XY' YATT 151111 1 f11111 1111.lA111II11l VI1111 l11I'111L '111 II11- 1I111'1 I11 111111. I2 II II, III, IX' 1111111-11:1 I M I' 41:11' III "I111111X I. II III- -III' 1II III.IX' IQ1' -'11' I" XI. IU-Ii .1I I 'I X1-.11 I II I1111111'- 1 IL, 1. 1'11111111111--- III 1' I'.1 IYI11 I-11 r1111'11 I7I.'I4II1' SLI fININII'IiXI1I1N lJ11'f X111 Ilrl 1111111 11111.II. lin! 1111 11.'I 111111 f1111j1I1 MII? . " 1" 1' 11. 1 S111-14 A"'I'fI- I I' ' ,NIV 111.11111 H11111' III X'11111111.11:1I . IH1 I ,1-1I.i1'1 xl-:11 II 1'1,.1111111y1'1.1111111111-1-1'111 X, ,, ' .y iw ,,1M,,,,'I, ,I1 1,1-11 111.111, III .-I .1I II .-'111- 1' I'1' 'V111111111-1 151. 'l11111l, 11111 MARION L. SMITH A jokv 111' fu'0 111111' 11111I ll11'11- This is 1'1'f1'1'xl1i11g fo flu' Ivrxf Of 1111'11. Iiiry II: I". IF. .X, I, Puhliv S111-arliing I'I115' .IX': S11111w1'5' cum- mlllu- 1111- Sf-1111'1r I'luy, BIARY JANE SUNIIXIERS H1'1' ju'1:x111111IifAy ix r1'11IIy x11'1'IIg SX11' !1IlL'!I-XIX gvfs ZIVI' ILIXXUIIX 11'1'II. 11.11 II, IIT, IX'31'lf1SQ 'I'1-1-:1s111'- 1-1' IX'. l'1'1-N11I-'nl III: H111111- IQ1111111 51-1'L:'1-11111-:xl-.Xrms IX': G. .X. I", I, II, III, IX. I1PI1:1t1- II. II1s1-11Hs11111 Il. SI111I1-1:1 I'1111111'iI II: K'l11'11'us II: Iiwy .X111111:1l Stuff lX'. III Im- 111111'l:1Ir-N Fluff: I'11l1li1- S1111:1ki11: I'I:1X' II, MIN' F11aIiX':1I I. S111-u1'I1 1111111 11"-z1s111'1-1' II: -I1111i111--Sv11i111' I'5:11111111AI t'11111111ilt1'1-: SCIIIIVI' Play, 41 Q N:1Ii1'111:1l II111101' S111-i1't5'1 Saluta- 1 I1lI'l1I1I. SUZANNE XVHITFI-IOUSE RLllIX'IIlIQ in f1'i1'111Ixf1ij1'1 1'11II, IIIHII ff1r111.Qf1l nf, 11'1'II Iikwl fly NH. II. II, II. III, IV: II. .X V, I, II. III. IX'. 4I1'I11-:QIH1 I. II, III, IVI S-1111111' I':1:-1:1111 III, l'I1111'11Q II, III,1X' SIIIIIIQ 4311:11'11-lt1- III. K1-X' .X111111.1I SI-III IX'. I11 I111111111't:1I1-s S1:1I'I II. I'11l1Ii1- S111-:1Iii11: I'I:1x' II Msn' I-'1-sIiX'z1I I1 Girl! GI--v 1'I11l.IX':S11111111I14'I11I1III..I1111i111'- 5..1,11.11 11111111111-1 1211111111111-1-. S141- 1--1' I'I11X', IIRANK D. XVIIQSE 1l1"1 11I11'1111 1'111'i11.q 1lIff7 flu' !lIIIk, Hllf IIIIIIIII 1111 .XlIIlI l1'111'1:1 ffm' I,lllAI! II1-' II, III, IX'. III1I1I11 IL1111111 1.51-1. . , ..' 11 1 '111111- 1II IX' I". II' .X. I2 I-II l'Il1I1 I. I'11--111-111 I I1:1sIi1-1I1:1Il III. IX'. I1 IIIII II III NI 4I1IlI4 I11 I111111111lHI"F II. III 'I'1':l1'Ii 'I'1.1111 II 1i11II"I'--11111II, IX'Z IIIIQI- 11-- 1XI:11111:11' 1'111' S1111i111'11I:1X'. IzX'1XI,X'N fXI!XIi UMIIIXUCIII l'l1 1 1111 1l1lI 11'11l1'1' 111111 1l1'1'j1g I1!II' 11 11 f1'.I1'111f 111"lI 1111111 X11 CHARLES K. SPANGLE Dizi1I1'1I l7I'flL'L'K'Il 1'11'0 flwzfgfiis 1'111'l1 1I11j'g Om' ffl 11'111'k-IX11' oflvw' fo play. Ili-3' Il, III, IX'I If, F, A. I, III I:::l1l1g'1':1111 4'11111mitt1-e fur S1.-111111: -5. JOHN L. STRAIT M1'11 of fuzz' zc'o1'11'x 11111 flu' fvvvl. S111111'fi1111'x if'x flwy who bane fbe zrsf. Vluw I'1-1451111--11 IX'. St111Ie11t U1111111-il III: S1-11i11r I-2121111111 III: Iivy .fX111111:1I St:11'l' IX': Svuiol' I'ILlX', .I1111i111'-S1-11i111' I1z11111111Qt l'11111111itt1-1-. .-X1IX'111'tisi11u' I'1'm- 111ittt.- 1'111' S1Ani111- P11151 Nz1li1111al II1111111' S111-111153 i A553 ' WL F 'Ng-. lll ll L. '7 1 1 , 'Q 'L K I ' 1 N " ,sa -ki EI? NP 'xr ' L 'H 4 74. 'Ra fn.. . 'I'1-p rnw: Phyllis Vanin- :lu-l Yirginiu Vrnin mu fm' :1 xvgxllii l9Il'li mul mltllulv. "l'r0f" ft llzln-ly am-l lmn llurw- ul ww-rk: A "s.i4lil::"' gxmllp. Llfuluwu N11-A mlzly, is1x'l lt, .lung :und 1l:lxilw'.': N01 -U Inst gurls -lla-'Q il hruwl mam, S. Sewuul rf-W: ll'-lml ill, 'l'vll Us zxlsu, Dun: XYIU' SU lmrff-l, ki-ls'.'2 l1-- var.-fvll, 11111-11- zhe that vluiwli.-11 might hit., 5-H111 L 'l'l1irll ruwt lfmnlmy is SlllllVlllL!",'I tl!-'-I-'wa llvltlnif-, 'xYill4-V. Blnrv .lam-2 lllxx ll--1-dt llrlxin-A lllwimwxllillw. szllnyxw-1 l"l':l1xli Sznlnll-AVN ln :l yvfwwln- mf--1-I. llvlzlllx lm-I -Xvlllfllllil S. :lull .l:n1.f. I"--vu'll1 rwvxvl llznlqvy N1-nl--nw. lmrxl lilinx. 1'!l:lw1.A :lull x-V lllll 'I'-rl-l pl.lv1n: in ilu' fxlnul. Pugl' Tzcwzfj -ffm l Q I9 l I l l l l S il i P Il. l l. l H l CHGICES And now what? No one can tell us. It is for us to decide. We the class of '42, are completing twelve ycars of preparation for life, learning the fundamentals for living successfully with others and for meeting the problems that will confront us. As yet we have had to make very few major decisions. We have been guided and guarded by our parents, teachers, and friends. We have had very few real worries or cares. Now we are about to leave this period of training and go into society to conduct our own lives as we think best. George Moore, an English author, once said, "The cliiliculty in life is the choice." A day never passes without one's making a choice of some kind, and these choices cle- termine our lives. Success is to be had by those who can travel on the journey through life making choices wisely with conscientiousness, integrity, intelligence, initiative, and judgment. XVe must choose a iield of occupation so we can earn a livingg we must make decisions concerning our social life and activities, and we must make another very important choice, that of our friends. "A man is known by the company he keeps," states an old proverb. Success is our goalg choice, our problem. It is to be done, and we can do it. -DOLORES NELSON. Tu f Ilfij -four' .-S' PLAYING THE GAME Today we, the class of nineteen forty-two, are entering the greatest game ever played, the game of life. XVe are not entering this game suddenly. Wfe have been play- ing it for years, but heretofore, we have been sheltered and protected from the hardships. Soon we shall be on our own. For the past twelve years we have been learning the rules. Wre have been given equipment with which to play. XVe have learned fair play, coopera- tion, and good sportsmanship also. Our coaches have been our teachers and parents. XY'e have made friends among our team mates. Though we have worked industriously and hard, we have had time for play. However, all has not been joy for there have been moments of sorrow and pain. Such trials have but helped us to prepare for the game which lies ahead. NVe stand fortified, ready to give and to take. The world in which we make our way is not a happy one. Today it is beset by such turmoil and chaos as never known before. Our very foundations, ideals, and institutions seem to be tottering and crashing about our ears. Greed and hatred are all about us seemingly conquering all, This is not a pleasant, easy going world in which we take our places. Many of us are bewildered and uncertain as to what goals we seek. But we are not afraid. Xvar and hatred can not break our faith nor destroy our ideals. Right can and will triumph. We the youth of the world, are the new hope. Xve shall shape the future. It is for us to restore peace and to rebuild the shattered and shaken world into a better place for all. Nye must have unlimited courage, and resourcefulness, and above all infinite faith in our ideals and institutions. "XY'hen the one Great Scorer Comes to write against your name He writes not whether you won or lost. But how you played the gamef, -JANE SUMNIFRS. Pulqr 7111 1 NAME D.-XRYL KLING LIT.-X RISER 7,77,.....R.., ,, HOBBY Basketball ..,.. . ..,,, , Dancing FAVORITE SAYING NICKNAME Hi- I'm not one Io mmjJ1ain,.,. ,.... ..Kisser Oli, nzzfs! ,,,,.A..,,..,,. ...,, , ,, ,..., Emmy Holy brlb-nzfxl ......O,.A , ...,, Karpie To ln' or no! fo be ,.,.. ,, . ...... Boomer Parilon me all In lwrlt, ,,,,, ,,,....., Co rky I zIOII,f lemon' .,,.,,.,.,..,,, ,,A...A.,, P orky Could be ,,,,,,,,, Mary P. Gosh ....,,, ....... S hovel Hi! ,,,,.......,.....,. ,,,,,, B uck Ivrpms jfllllj' ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, R uthie Kiuzla corny ,,.....,.,,...,...,A,.,, .,,,,..,,,, E twin EKIERSON IMUS .,,.O,, ,,,,,,,, G olf ...,..,,, ,,,,..,, JANET KYLE ,,,,,,,YA, ,,,,,,,, F eet ,,,,,..,,,,..., FRANK SANDERS ..,,, ,, Photography ...,... ,, CORRINE S.-XUI. ......, , ,, Dancing .,,., . .. LEXVIS OTT ,,,, iY,,,,,,,,, , ,, Radio Y,Y,,,, Nl.-XRY ROXVE , ,,,,,,,,,,,,Y,V,,, v,,,, S wimming ,,,,,, ,,,,,, , , VIRGINIA SCOVILLE ,,i,,,,iii Sewing ..,,,,.. ,,,,,, Nl.-XX BOYER , ,..v,.,v,., ,,Baskerball .,,,,,, RUTH SHOUP ,,,,.,,, ,,,,,, , ,Dancing .,...,,,..,, ..,.... . LILA LEE ERXVIN ....i ,, ,Saving pennies i,.,,,..,, , ,,,, MARION SMITH ...,,,,,,. ,,,,,, , Swimming ..,.....,.....,,..... .,,,,,,, BETTY EISENHOUR ROSLY N REE SE ,iiii,i,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , DON RITTER , ,,,i ,, ,,,,,,,, MAXINE RHINESRIITH , JOHN STRAIT ,, XYILI.,-XDEAN SIERER YIOLET XVELLS , ,,,Y,,,,, , CHARLES SPANGLE , , SUZANNE XVI-IITEHOUSE FRANK NVIESE ,,7,,,,,,,,, , EYALH N LTMBAUGH AEEE BEVERLY COOK SSEESE BETTY XVYATT ,S,,ESEi , RAYMOND PORTER ,, , MARY ii. SUMMERS , IJOLORES NELSON , -IOHN KECKLER , ,, PHYLLIS CARE ,, jL'NE QUAS , , IJAN R.-xRNEs .EEEE,. , ALIENE AGNER ,, , eH,iRLEs COLEMAN viRc,iNLix CRAIN vioi.,-i BENSON iii TNNA BIZI LE BOWEN xx'ii,i,i,xxi BENSON , , iaL'r'rv xLic,LEY , IJON BENNETT C,,XTl IERINE BIRCHNIAN l3IiX'IiRl,Y BUTZ xii-i.Rc,L's nixON , , mfrrv ZININIERMAN xi'ii.i.mxi i-AUL UOYLE r.1,xxiNE x1,xmE ,ioi IN i,f,r,1EsTON IMI l'.l,l.lOTT if Jli li ,Vx i Ni-, LRRE iifiN,xi,n MORSE I l 1411113-elf-: Collecting match folders ,,,,,,,,,, Sleeping ..,.,.......,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,...... I am always as happy as I vwi' was ,,,, Red Aifff flmf 'zubnf you say, Mumlv? Li,, Jaynie W'baf am I saying ,,,.,,Airplanes .,,,,,,,Co11l1l be Swimming .,,,,,.,,,,,,., ,,,,, ,, ,,Collecting pennies ,,.,. , ,, Writing letters ,,,,,,,,T,, ,, ,,Ol1, jimi! Lvflx svn' CUC! ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,Collecting photographs ,,,,,,,Arv you leirlzlilf? Farming .,,, ,,..,,,,..,,,,....... , .,,, , . Music ,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,, ......, , ,,,,Cfoll Collecting snapshots ,.., ,Reading .,,,i,..,,,,,, .,,,, ,,,,, ,Collecting dogs ,,,,,,, Golt ,, . ,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Collecting records ,, . Sports , ,, .,,....,,.,,, ,,,, , H Dancing , ,, Reading , , Reading ,,,,,,.. , ,,,,, - Basketball ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,, , , . Collecting match folders , Drawings , ,, , , Reading ,,,,,, , , jewelry , ,,,, , , , , Collecting movie stars' photos Farming ,, ., , , , Reading ,, ,, ,, ,, ,, XVriting notes to his sis Collecting "private lives, Collecting souvenirs , Basketball , , ,, , Dancing , , Photography . Saving pennies , Saving money . linrming . Horse-back riding Driving N0 lzizlfling , .,,,,,,, Tbrzfs z'c'r'rific L,,, Oli, Clvwzvazwzl .,..,, ,,Hol-y smoke Ob, jim' Hub ,,,,,,,,,,,..,, ,, Ob, fu'mIiIIe.' ,,,,,,, Fim' .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Pislr posh ,,,,.,, Gollty gm' ..,,,, Ola, fmt' ,,,,, H II ll- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ob, gcc wbi: ,,,,., Golly .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, O11 fixil ,,,,,,,,,,,, I lllllgillf' flmt ,,,,, Oh-non ,,,,,,,. Hl'l'k .' ,,,,,,,,i,,,, I'I1'z'kl ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, H Iiwnin' snlzsliim' Gnxlr ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, Gee wbi: ,,,,,,, ,,,, Ol?-ooo! ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, For Z7t'l1Z'Ull,S snkv! ,,,, Hi Oli lla'-ar! ,, ,, I'll lmlrlui , H4'lln.'i Y - f , 'I aff! , , . ,,,,, Slill lrcllw' runs zlrvpw What you doing? ,,., ,,,,.,,Todd ,,,,,,,, George Mabel . ,,Croolied Willie ,,...,.,.Vi ,,,,,,Squire ,. ..,,. Susie ,,XViese Boots ,, ,,,,, Cookie , ,,,,, Wjfatt Potter ,,,,,,,,,Samry ,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, Dee Johnny K. ,, ,,,,,,i,,Ph1l ,,,,,.,.,Gus ,, Danny ,,.Ora ,Rebel ..Gin ,,,,,,V1 ,, ,Donnie ,,..Bill Magley , Benny , , , Katie ,,,,,Babe Mark ,,,,Sue , .,,, Bill Blondie Johnny ,, Joe Erp , Morsie Re . . . Just a few more days with you. dear Angola High, and I shall end my school life. I shall end the pleasant tour years I have spent here. This will be our last chance to reminisce so I am collecting each little memory to pack away in my heart. The First picture Finds us in our "Freshman Yearf' There were sixty-seven of us. XVe gained Dan Barnes, Frank Barnes, Viola Benson, Billy Benson, Robert L. Ford, Janet Kyle, and Daryl Kling and lost Lucille Kurtz. Betty Lou NVelch, Herbert Ewers, XVilliam McCormick, Dale Fordyce, Betty Hanselman, Betty Stroh, and Junior Birch. The one thing most outstanding in the memories of the year was the freshman initiation, spon- sored by the sophomores. The next picture shows "The Sophomore Year," XVe were a little older and perhaps a trifle more sophisticated. In this year we gained Charles Coleman and lost Edith Reid. Anita Suffel, Richard Stage, Homer Rose, Robert L. Ford, Robert Ford, Daniel Dole, Maxine Dove, Mary Chappell, Acile Butz, and Charles Anspaugh. This year we re- taliated for past indignities by giving the freshman class a good initiation. The third picture is the "Junior Classf' This year we gained Marion Smith, Joe Elliott. and John Strait and lost Kenneth Bell, Xvayne Borne, Joan Hanna. Jane Sellers, Phyllis Sheets, and Carmen Straw. The greatest achievement of the year was the prepara- tion of the junior-senior banquet in honor of the seniors. It was held at Hotel Hendry with "Knighthood', as the theme. The fourth and Final picture is the "Dignined Seniors." This year we gained Beverly Cook and lost Frank Barnes, thus leaving the total number hfty-two. who will end these four wonderful years at Angola High School, After four years of hard work we lind some following the path already started, others choosing a diilerent roadg but all leading to a deserved end of greater knowledge. Thus we shall become better ntted to meet and solve greater problems and to do our small part in making this world a better place in which to live. By CORRINE SAUL and KIAXINF RI-IINESNIITI-I. IVZM11 flu' Swliors Vi7erC in ffae Eigbffa Grm1'e lla--li i-.mt Blair.-lit Ivimm, .X-'ilv Ihitx, Ili-mei' live-', Mara' .1.i1i1- Swim- mi-rs, Sux.ii1ii-- XYhiieh--:is--. lit-vvrly llulz, .lime Lguzis, Yiruiiiin S-ii-xxlli-, li:li'ri-l XX'ilS-vii. If-in li-'ll!H'll, S+-i-H1141 row: NYilli:im If':i11l Imyli-, .Ioan llaiiiizi, Rh-tu' lam XXU-li-li. XYa3'1i.' l'L.,i'ii-A, ll-iflyii lli-ew-. Maxiiii- llliiiii-siuilli, l,ll"lllr' Kurtz, Juni' S--ll--rs, Yil'S.'ilii:i Urziiii, Maxim- Imvv, Tliir-l row: Mus Ili-yi-1'. lluth Slioup, Phyllis Vzir-A, Mzixiin- Mziliie. i in ' ' x lol 1'--s Rf-ls-iii, Hillriilf-lie .'i-rtr, Liiimziiiii- I-Irln-, l-'iwinli Sammi.,-1's, .loliiu liuglf-sri-ii, Vlizirlf-s Spiiiisle. l"r-'ut row: ltr-tty XVy:itt, Mary ll-iw--, li-litli Ilviil, Anim Siifrli-. Lita Kiser, Iiiiiei-sun Imus. Kvum-tli Hell, .1-:lin Kiivkl-1i', llxiyiii--iii! 1'-wi-'i', Helly Mzigli-y, ,Xlivliv .X:'lwr. Pizlqi' Tu 71 1 I ll-in-1. -W Y--aaa, ....n1::::::nmv-nnu:i:.:1.zm::u,rnmma,:.5-:.m.1m.viv-nmnmrsi fi1f......r-1w:'..,.........,,,,- ............. ,...N,. f....,...1-rw, Y , ff .-. . -rm 1471u3pl'aa4f S-s-s-sl Boom! Tinkle! And we felt ourselves being hurled rapidly through space. We should have known better than to appear in Mr. Handyls civics class Without our assignment ready. XVe tried to catch hold of a cloud as we went by. Then we clutched at the moon, the planet Mercury, and the Milky Nvay, but without avail. Cn we sped into Eternity. Then we stood before the Golden Gate. Saint Peter asked us questions about our sins: but we had no trouble at all in persuading the old gentleman that we were eligible for entrance. Saint Pete handed us slide trombones explaining that they were all out of harps in heaven Qpriorities you knowj. swung Open the Golden Gate and there we were in Paradise. The first matter that caught our attention was a number of little Cherubs selling newspapers. We listened to their cries and this is what we heard: "Extra! A great event has just happened on earth-Jane Summers, famous woman scientist, has just discovered a new powder to keep students awake in French class." Nvandering about Heaven several hours later, we Came upon a lot of angels looking through telescopes and having a grand time laughing at what they saw. Xve procured a telescope, adjusted it, and there before our vision was the good old earth and the town of Angola and our friends of Angola High School. The sight was a little blurred but we twisted the adjustments and behold. there was the earth again in 1952. XVell, well. here was a chance to see what our old friends were up to. The first thing we gazed upon was a grand new college in Angola. Yes, a school for girls run by W'illadean Sierer, Catherine Birchman, Evalyn Umbaugh, and Donna Belle Bowen! Then our telescope whizzed to New York. It stopped before an athleitc building and there was our old friend "Buck,' Boyer, prize fighter. now being trained by his manager, Daryl Kling. Our telescope then focused itself on a building with a strange name on it, the "Wear It, Tear It, and Buy Another One' haberdashery. To our amazement we found that Don Bennett, John Eggleston, Emerson lmus, and John Keckler owned this estab- lishment. XVonderful boys! Then the telescope went to the top of the Empire State Building and way up there Virginia Scoville and planet Kyle had their sign "lf better pictures are to be drawn, we will draw them." WU: peered in and they were still drawing pictures of their boy friends. On the same floor was the famous cartoonist, Don Ritter. Then it tore to the "Met" and found Madame Susie XVhitehouse singing Carmen in three keys at the same time. lfrom the "Met" our telescope went to the New York Health Center and we found Lorraine llrbe as the only woman physician with June Quas, Viola Benson, and Beverly Butz as nurses. Now our telescope sped to XVashington where we found Dan Barnes showing the Secretary of the Navy his plan for a new super aircraft. Also viewing the plans were the retired army officers llon Morse, lfrank Sanders, and lewis Ott and the ex war aces X"J'illi.im Doyle, lirank Wiese and C,harles Coleman. 1411113-iitfffl Qui' telescope then flickered to the treasury department where we found Raymond Porter, Secretary of the Treasury, visiting with his old friend John Strait, now president of the Ajax Steel Corporation. Soon the telescope popped in on a meeting of the Presi- dent's Cabinet and we found their dependable secretaries to be none other than Dolores Nelson, Maxine Rhinesmith, Betty Magley, Betty XY'yatt. Beverly Cook, and Ora Aliene Agner. Then our immortal power carried our vision back to New York to a very fashioiv able tea room and we found the proprietors to be Violet XVeIIs, Betty Iane Fisenhour and Lila Lee Erwin. On to Fifth Avenue went our telescope to the exclusive Madame Elite dress shop run by our old friends Roslyn Reese, Corrine Saul, Mary Rowe. Betty Sue Zimmerman, and Ruth Shoup. And we found Lita Iiiser modeling some of their exclusive creations. Then our telescope jumped to dear old Angola again where we saw Iean Mabie just arriving from California where she had been crowned Mrs. America. Last but not least we gazed upon Bill Benson. Aloe Elliott, Charles Spangle, and Xlarion Smith managing the Meadow Brook Iiarni, one of the most prosperous in the country. XY'ith that our telescope faded away to nothing. Apparently it had nothing more to tell us. And then our alarm cloclt rang. Alarm clocks in Heaven! Certainly not. XY'e awolie and looked at the clock. Ifiye-thirty in the morning! Oh, yes, we had to get our lesson for Mr. I'Iandy's Civics class. By VIRGINIA CRAIN and PHYI LIS CARP. i I I Page Tu 'mfg Anim' , 1. ,nnvnniuluknmmsnlnurrinnnmflzzrlmnlv-r,-ervir ini nnumrirrm- mwvJv5mp.-'r Y v rv rfwrnvv-11-rw fr fx -v --:T-v --'vinci ifilillj' .Bad ZW!! me! '7au'ammZ XVe, the class of 1942, being of sound mind and memory, do hereby make this our last will and testament. giving to the underclassmen and faculty some of our outstand- ing abilities and useful articles that we had during our four years in high school. We are sure that those who have received material gains in our last will and testament will ap- preciate them and use them to the best of their advantage. I, John Keckler, do hereby will and bequeath my senior dignity to john McBride. I, Max Boyer, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get into trouble to Bill Yan XVagner. I, Dan Barnes, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to be late to the final game in a county basketball tourney to Roy Bledsoe. I, Maxine Mabie, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to go steady with one man to Margaret Erhardt. I. Beverly Butz, do he1'eby will and bequeath my athletic abilities to Kathryn Parrish. I, Marcus Dixon, do hereby will and bequeath my seat on the bench during a basketball game to Bob Dygert. I. Virginia Crain, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to wait for the boy friend after a basketball game to Arnola Bell. I, john Eggleston, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get out of school Bye periods out of seven to Lynn Garn. I, Dolores Nelson, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get my bookkeeping at the last minute to Phyllis Folel-1. I, Suzanne Xvhitehouse, do hereby will and bequeath my desire to play the piano to Londa Rothenbuhler. I, Betty Sue Zimmerman, do hereby will and bequeath the ability to quarrel with my "steady" to Norma glean Preston. I, Daryl Kling, do hereby will and bequeath my basketball technique to Jim Saul. I, Charles Coleman, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to laugh at Mr. Handy's jokes to slim Troyer. I, Emerson Imus, do hereby will and bequeath my worn out excuse blank to Robert Reed. I, Ruth Shoup, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get engaged on three months' notice to Gloria Aldrich. I, Lorraine Erbe, do hereby will and bequeath my old worn out physics note book to Carl Sunday. I, Roslyn Reese, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to swing and hit Marcus Dixon to Delia Fisher. l, llune Quas. do hereby will and bequeath my ability to have fun at whatever I do to Barbara Myers. I. I.ewis Ott. do hereby will and bequeath my ability to go with Fort Nvayne girls in the summer time to lack Holwerda. l. I.ila l.ee Erwin, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get a job at a "live and ten" to Imogene Hubbard. l, Catherine Birchman, do hereby will and bequeath my reputation for being the qiiietest person in A. H, S. to Fred Vesey. l, Phyllis Care. do hereby will and bequeath some of my "corny" iokes to Bob Zeigler. l. Iionna Belle Bowen, do hereby will and bequeath some of my seriousness to liajymontl Kiess. l, Virginia Seoville, do hereby will and bequeath my artistic talents to Ronald Rose. l, Aliene Agner, do hereby will and bequeath my giggle to Harlieiean Barnes. l, Viola Benson, do hereby will and bequeath my knowledge of English literature to .lulia Crain. -.--.......,mr.1.L.5.....-L 1-:emit-nn-ui .... Qr. mmimmimafn.,......m-fir,-sn-..mr,-i m-xumim . .m:nwJn::.vv.ru-mraumfsiyvannnufsus-n: r-fur-1-. ,r-. .1-rx. . fi I, XVilliam Paul Doyle, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to fly an airplane to Edward jackson. Q I, Donald Morse, do hereby will and bequeath myiability to go on trips to Barton Golden. I, Lita Kiser, do hereby will and bequeath my one hundred and live pounds to Phyllis Creel. I, Raymond Porter, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to be two minutes late to Hi-Y to Alim Keekler. I, Aloe Elliott, do hereby will and bequeath my .ability to grow taller to ,lake Hollinger. I, Betty -lane Iiisenhour, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to step out with a junior to George Anspaugh. I, Betty Magley, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to day dream in "Pop" Gertain's class to Billye Nell Certain. I, Billy Benson, do hereby will and bequeath a box of aspirin tablets to Mr. I-Iandy. I, Don Bennett, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to jitterburg to Jack Wells. I, Mary ,lane Summers, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to talk so long on one subject to Dayid Emerson. I. Don Ritter, do hereby will and bequeath my map to Garrett and Auburn to Bob Andrews. I, ,Iohn Strait, do hereby will and bequeath my position as president of the senior class to "XVindy" Zimmer. I, Violet XVells, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to write to boys in the army to Marcella Goodhew. I, Frank Sanders, do hereby will and bequeath my skill as an electrician to Curtis I-Ierl. I, Corrine Saul, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to catch on to a joke tive minutes after it is told to Ifyelyn George. I, janet Kyle, do hereby will and bequeath my lung-power at basketball games to my sister, Mamie. I. Beverly Cook, do hereby will and bequeath my typing skill to Virginia Smith. I. llarion Smith. do hereby will and bequeath my wit to Nvalter Riehardson. I, Mary Rowe, do hereby will and bequeath my worn out shorthand note book to Marilyn Payne. I, Maxine Rhinesmith, do hereby will and bequeath my nickname "Mabel" to any underclassman that wants it. I. Iiyalyn Umbaugh, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to date fellows that drive Fords to Mary Heingartner. I, Charles Spangle, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to kill yaluable school time to Max Moor. I. NVilladean Sierer, do hereby will and bequeath my .ability to chew gum louder than anyone else to Miss Puckett. I, Betty XVyatt, do hereby will and bequeath my ability as a good cook to Alice XVallace. I, Frank XY'iese, do hereby will and bequeath my desire to play golf to Max XVhite. In testimony whereof, we hereunto set our hand and seal, and deelare this to be our Last Xvill and Testament, this twenty-ninth day of May, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and forty-two. Signed: TI-IE SFNIOR FIASS Per Raymond Porter and Daryl Kline Pilgi' Tflflfa -fr fi. avi! . - 4 5 . - -- . . . , . ' - ' J ' ' " " V"Yf,,'3:f!-"' Q . , I ' ' . - 'I . I , 4 4- 4 . ' . - F ' ' ' n I -' , -'- 1 , 'X I- I , - '- , . - .-r ., . I . I . I . I , I , ..- . , - V . . ' 1 . . v v "' - Q a -' -' I' 'I "-v . 4 , - ' ,I ' I- .1 ",, .'- I I . . , . I .I I ,I I W I I I I , 4 , I , I. . - 0 II . I I I , -0- .. .II I . I' .I "' ..- I. I ,I 1, ,IIII 4 . -- 1 .. .4 . - - . -'. - . ' . . I - . , I , .I - - , . I , ' 1 ' ' I ' . A - " r I I ' ' I ' . . - - ' ' . I ' ' 1 . : ' , . ' 4 ' Y . - I 1 4 ,. - - ,, 'I - I- . I- , I I , . . I 1 a. - ' v n- . 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I'l1r?i i'-iw' I-'ruvik Sem-lr-iw, lixr-lyii lillllilillgtfll, 1'ori'iinf- Saul, K+-nm-lli Hell, Ih-tty Lou YVe1--li. l'!:wlLi4 Sli-'-1.-, I1--Lly Nia.-iiIwl1i', .xllllll Slll-flv, Hulli Sliwm-, Iii-tty XYy'zltt, X'i1'glI1lil C'1'nli1, Dololw-s Nwif'-ii. I,-'wie Ani, Vliyllls l'i'1l"'. i'i-our 1'--xx' ll-'llYSl1'i1ll,.lwllll l'IgL:l--stun, Tizlyiii-'ml I'-lrtir, Mzix lla-yr-1', Ailem- :XQ1lQ'l'. Iii-tty 51.11,-'.', Iinlilli ll--lvl. Maury lion'--, l.itz1 liiv'1', Lila hw- lirwin, 1-Zin-rson Imus. How time flies! Here are the seniors when they proudly held their eighth grade diplonms just four short yeirs ago. Now their heads should he crammed with myriads of f.iets as they hold their high school diplomas at n dignified angle. Long. long ago! Below Are the seniors when they were in the fifth grade. Miss Cmslaill unix their teieher. 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F i K 1 f 91-M . 1 l ' iw 4 'E x F 5 , zzuoaumrvsvmvr-::fr.u1arz11urzv.L.v,mu:'a-x.1.cv1 rx U CLASSES .--, 1-mf.-n1rr,f.u-.-nw-.m--f:navffr.::-:aww-ea-,9,4., V 1 uf? IZ wp i ,N President-NVendell Zimmer 'x Vice President-NVarren Brown Secretary-Treasurer-Julia Crain Motto-4 Us to B3 Is to Be Natural Colors-Black and Crimson Flower-Gardenia Lou Rose Alwood-Likes to dance. George Anspaugh-Quiet lad. Patricia Baker-She plays the clarinct. Dannic Baltstad-Size isn't everything. Roy Bledsoe-"Moose," Hirlijean Bmfg-siudcsiy is licr middle mme. Richard Bratton-Tall. dark and likeable. Yfarrcn Brown-Steps out with our cheer leader. Vfava Brown-Tliosc blonde trusses! .-'xnna Nlariu Carr-Slim is wisc wlio talks but little. Louise C,ool.-liruncttc bcauty. lulia f,r.iin-Talcntutl in many ii us l'lij,llis f,rucl-fQuiut pluasuf lluin Kriitbfgrs-f,an make liis lord go. ljilljx llvitdfm-Stutiious lad. Y fffrlf, - 11 515535 2522214 . 1 David Emerson-Basketball IC.1I11iS manager. Phyllis Folck-Likes to study. NIa1'cclla Gootllicw-Usually with XVillaClean. Mary Heingutnci'-A junior beauty. Curtis Hai-1-A pianist in our midst. Ruth Herl-Likcablc personality. -lack Holwcrcla-l'm a busy man! klune Hubbell-Honor student. kloan Katus-Quictncss is bliss. Bob Kling-Atlas, Lillian Loman-Slic has gi ring! Bcrta Loc Myers-Angel-when slic is sleeping. ,lolm McBride-Tlic girls look his way. Robert Osborne-A chap that fits in anywhere. Karl-iryn l'.1rrish-Mary -Ianc's pal. lmogcnc Hubbard-Mnx's licart tlarob. Marilyn Payne-Our blues singer. Norma Je.m Preston-XVendell's all right. Marjorie Reeb-She is going to be fl eook. Alberta Rinehart-She,s keeping house. Mary line Rose-Xvhere Hugo goes there she Loncla Rothenbuhler-A. K. Pi sweetheart. James Saul-Outstanding giggle. Joan Sherlock-Lou Roses side lsieli. Virginia Smith-Tri-State or Angola High! Floyd Smuri'-Makes .my party complete. Evelyn Tully-Pretty .ind pensive. Cecil Van XYY.1gHCF'-OFHCFS' isn't ill. Fred Vesey-C.1n't live down his title Hclownf, Alice XYY.lll.1C8LA shy lissie. is. Iseli XYYC.lX'Cl'1GCfS his lessons. -lack XVells-Qui' future president. Max NY'hite-Bookkeeping shark F? Snntford Johnson-Stauneli and true. Chirles NY'ill.1rd-Lilaeable l.id. LeRoy XY'ootl-E veryone's pa l. Carl Sundry-Full of fun. Robert Zeigler-HJppy-go-lueliy. XY'inifred Templin-Qui' Art student. NY'emlell Zimmer-Popular kid. 'I'--1' i'--us' In-ii ll--se Alwi--lil, lhl-flue .Xiisp:ivi:1i. IMI Iliikf-r, Iuiliiiif' llaikwtml, lll1I'l1r'- ,li-ui: llqirlif-N. ll--X IZI,-.IN--fl, llivliairil lfhllllili. Hlixii Ili'-iwii. XY:i1'i'+-ii liiwiwii, .Xiiiiri Haiti'- 1':ir.4. Iniiiiw- 1'..oli. S...-.mil r--xx" Klux XYhitf', Jiiliu 1'I'Lllll, Plixllif Vi-V. l. Inari. l'i-..rl.,-rs, Mziry ll"lIll2llilIi"I'. llilly lmlswn. Vliyllis lfiwlvli, lmyld liulv-rs-ill. Mail-f-llri lim-illiflxxj Vrirtls Flvrl, Iilltli Hr-rl. 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Anne Austin-Gone away and left us. Arnola Bell-Excellent cheer leader. XY'arren Bennett-In Big Brothers Allen Boyer-Plays basketball. john Carver-Has .1 Model T. Keith Castner-Of his own accord. Billye Nell Certain-Small but mighty. footsteps. Mari-Jean Chaddiek-A blonde who has brains. Norman Cook-They call him "Cntie.,' 3 Robert Dygert-Popular with the ladies. Betty Fnsley-Doe! steady. latricia Drummond-Has gone to Auburn. Shirley Erbe-Personality Plus. Margaret Fisher-Exotic. Marjorie Forbes--Fremont, here I come. Ilene Fordyce-"I love lifef' Don Fulton-A smile as contagious as a yawn. Lynn Garn-Soph Sheik. Glenna Mae Golden-Talented on the violin. Sue Zane Goutly-Did you say mischievous? Harold Green-Making the farm pay. Joan Griffin-The eyes have it. Eleanor Hagerty-She is in Hamilton now. Onedia Halsey-Newcomer from Kentucky. Jean Hull-ls seen with Torchy. Edward jackson-Lives, talks and thinks airplanes. 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XYulti-i' 1li1'li1irilsnii, .li-Lui Sussfuiwl, ljlulizl .Xlilrii-lu, Miki- l'i-ixmgx 11.11.- Kutiif, Mr, 45'6'l'ti'llTl. llunc K.itux-Xlimlful .md faithful. ,Iam Scsxford-:Xu .ici'ob.u in our midst, ,lim Kuclilcr-Hindsomc as they coma. M.1i'ilyn Tliumm-Pi'cfci'Q Tri-State. XY'ill.1 Kopc-Xxvinning wayx. Ifxxmgclinc Tiffany-Her giggles-Ah! Rilph NI.ii'tin-One in the Cil3I'I'lI.1I1 lmiml. lauis xY'C.1X'Cl"SIl.lLlf'll'lg is hui' hobhy. Xlax Klum'--Gum out with Torchy. Yavoiinc Wiilfc-I.il4ci the violin. Lois Pcncc-Sho guts Mound. Nl.irjoi'ic Yoder-All thc wu:'ld's .1 stxgc. Nlilxc Pristas-Nu cow.1i'd's hunrt is liix. H.11'l.1ml I"i'cncli-B.1slqctb.1ll mimlcil. Rulvcrt Recd-His nick ILIINCQS "Stinlxy." Butty V.11'nci'--Moved to Metz. Wfiltci' Rich.ii1lson-A good n.1tui'cd Soph. Joanna Burley-A maid from thc Xvcst makes .1 hit. Riziiild Rt5SCTNLVI'I11.111!S pal. -...........:.--..- ....-m1,-..,..:,-:serum X.-warg-mwn:ufnm...,.v.h.wmv Iivclyn Pence--NVQ like her. mi-yur-rv.-nu.-U-ri-n1mn.i, .1 . .f5aLw.-H-1,a.:.n,.mwnwi-men Piliqi' 7.!7il'f-1-llilli' 1 uznnuzn-:.ff":f v :ui-:1-r-. ,,.f ,4v'wr.w-Y -'fx-ma, W s 2 9 Y l I I is A iii ll Y '1 I-V E L i 1, I E w l l ig. l 1 l i . l i I l L i l 1 l i i l l I l WE PLAY THE GAME all ANGOLA HIGH SCHOOL THE KEY 1 9 4 2 A 53 L Pll!z'Bn Tl S Cl - is-' Sami Donna Anspatigh-A pretty blonde from Scott Center. Carol Austin-Left Angola for Detroit. Paul Birchman-Free from worry. Betty Bolinger-A worthy friend. Don Brooks-Good natured. Robert Butz-liull of pranks. Kenneth Butz-Likes to argue. Gene Corner-joking. Mary Lou Crain-Good looking miss. Estelle Derbamnier-Gone but not forgot- ten. Dean Dygert-Bob's brother. T-fp r-'WE Cnr--l Austin, lie-tty lelfllinge-r, Bl-.try I,-.u train. lwaln lwgert, 1l1lI'QLlil'E'I lyrln l' islier 76601 Margaret Erlmrdt-One of our cheer leaders. Robert Fanning-From the west. Lester Fenner-Chicken man. Delia Fislier-Rhythm is her business. Evelyn George--Dancing is her pastime. Barton Golden-A ladies' man. Donnabelle Gooclhew--A happy lass. Gayle Grabill-Comical. Vonetta Grandstaff-Very reserved. Joan Grilliths-Jolly. Bill Hoagland-Class president. Paul Hollinger-Future Farmer. Pauline Hollinger-True blue. lr-In Bmulrs, lienne,-th Ruiz, Gene C-wtnvr. lll'4lI, Bob lfzinning. ln,-st:-1' lfenuer, Delia Sf-'---nil r-iwi I-lx"-lyn Henruu-, l1n1'tt,11 Gnlilfgn, lmnliuln-Ile Ginrnllu-W, Gnylg- 491-gliill, Yniietta 4i!'ll'Il4lSIilfI-, .loan 421-irhtlis, Hill Hmiglund, Paul llolliiige-l', Pauline Hollinger, Ilene liwlw.-iwlai, lawimal Zinuuer. Tliir-l iw-W: lluzziv Ilulvl-nrfl, liurltly Huglief, Tre-vat llilntington, Cliilrlie Huh-liins, Paul flll"'ll1llllll, JU-nalml ,lzuqks-iii, liaiym-und Kifvss, Mary lilizalmetli Kyle, Betty IA-inzin, l'11llY I..-null'--'k+fr, Mary Lou Aliiillll. Jlnrilm Mnnnls. l-'.,n1rtll iw-W: 4l1illll'I'lllf' Alllllll. l1nl'l'v:u'zl M51-rs. B111-ill-Ile Nelson, lfllizalueth XYolfe, ll.-tty' N-train-n, Jrwk I'i'v'Stu1i, 1'uti'i-'in llaiwilolpli, Marie ll.-elf. lilt'iIll"l' St-rvis, Sue- Sims, llff'--rljv Sinitll, Carl Strzul. X Fiftll rmv: Br-iw-1'ljv Stevens, ,Tim Troyer, Rlsirtlia XY:11'r:-ii, lelilly Yun XYa:i1+f1', Sarah XY+3lf'l1, 3llll'!'ILl"'l Zul---r, li-il-vert liiitz, No1'e-1,-ii XY1-lls, lo NYilliams, Alice XYilla1r4l, Jael-C Stwtlf-r. Mr. l1i'u-'knmullt-r. Y 'T' Y " -,ri 'iii' 3' ' j A'-55. ,ni sf . , Y bl, A . - .-., -N -' ..l. 1, 1' .. ,.. . ' ef .. " x.:, R' A " 1- 39 ' 9 "' I ' A 5' V' l-SP 'f' , ' .:- . M ,QL -3 Y it ' l Vg. ' ".1f?i-if V Q ' 'T . , qf , , -'gf rbi , ' K Sl 1 A 1- X -.., , . . N-Q, , N . K P" g ' -'Af iff" "" ' ---- N- K--:E '- -' 5 "' 3 TF- "lf V 'af I . . . V vi- J-1-,, Q-X 'gy' C' 'ff ir '-7 , N f is lg v ' 5, ' ' 3 Q .-:in 1 ' - , fi - -:ifrl 'f' x " 3- 2? , v '1 55? E? N E.-Z . . sm-tiff! il.: ' . il .Q K K' ' " 'i" """ x i " FZ",T"' 45 "-'.:,::"1"' -' ' KV' I ' .. . Z' 1' i Si ni' ' 7 L '84 sz- Qc il' 5'L ig' ' ll 1' A 1. -- . 4 I f, Q.. ., Q .- .Q Q, Q s QS.. Q4 7 Qr w . i . - .L F' ' tv ' - a ,. Xin A , .-'- ffl fl? A X ' 1 I xx ' , ' A 1 xii - 4. . .s X 'H i - . 5 'N "4 Q i. r-'W if 'T '- - .s . I f ' N, '- aa.. it ' . 3- 1.-... -"' FQ-.' S- lg., .ps ' Q -ff 1 1 Q ,Ei Y I 1, ,' '. JV ' ' . 1 , 5 Cn: -- , . 1 ,u ---, ' A - I lv' -. .l 1 M i i . K . V lui . - l . W, f" ' eff' V .. shi l -- -1- . 4 :"' -Q.. ' 47: -v-.. V. ,L 7: 'l . s .I .. - ' ' ' .' . . N: 46 I ' ' lt it 3' 5 W' l . ' -' t . 'A L 4. nt' X ev- ' 'Ni mths its s l i t MMM ilml, "'lf21IC71'ITT?Zf,L."f.i'TQTz4. t f l. f'3TFITJ3,'.'.H:cl.H1!'W.17.':.'!Y"f'.1 Presiden t-Bill Hoagland Vice President-Buddy Hughes Secretary-Margaret Erhardt Treasurer--Barton Golden Sergeant-at-Arms-Barbara Myers ,-1-" Motto-Good, better, best! Never let it rest, Until the good is better, And the better is the best. Colors-Red and Xvhite Flower-Red Carnation Gene Holtverda-His determination will carry him on. Kenneth Hubbard-NVhy worry? Buddy Hughes-A man is valued by his friends. Treva Huntington-Ambitious. Charles Hutchins-"Could Be." Ronald Jackson-Drummer bov. june Keller-Sweet. Raymond Kiess-Ever shoot a paper xvad? Mary Elizabeth Kyle-jovial always. Billy Longnecker-Popularity plus. Bettv Leman-She is a blonde. Mary Lou Martin-They call her "Red" Marian Mounts-Lilies tobogganing. Catherine Munn-A dreamer. Barbara llyers-l:reshman cut-up. Burdette Nelson-Handsome. Burton Nichols-Never seen much. Betty Noragon-Lots of pep. u'rmna!oxsr,L'.an4inno:rrx:1:rnv::4mwwmr:ix:mumn-J,-:r jack Preston-There is .1 chuckle in e situation. Patricia Randolph-Buck's flame. Marie Reeb-Hopeful. Eleanor Servis-Good in home ec. Sue Sims-Nights are not long enough. Beverly Smith-Argued with Nlr. Dole. jack Stetler-Friendly freshman. Beverly Stevens-Adorable. very Carl Strait-Quality goes eleai- through. jim Trover-i'Christy's" cowboy. Bill VanNVagner-Ala- Martha XY'arren-Expressive. Sarah XVelch-She is seen with Noreen. Noreen Vfells-Little in size, Alice XY'illard-Yerv friendly. lo NVilliams-Good sport. Elizabeth XY'olfe-Nice as they come. Donna Zimmer-Height of ambition. Nlargaret Zuber-She lilves everyone. Page Im! 17 'm1mm.i.. . ui.-.uv.-1r,.N:x.,,u...f.-m.,.'-,'-y1m::.-1-:ff-r--,.-ff. ji Qw- , ,Q 1 x . E Q4-Y 'F gf'-4 1 xl v 5 in - '-,Mfg l it tg N-' s :.1' f:r- 'gf fl , V M35 4 l'1 . ,il , 'W ,av fw- l l 55. if if gf .. r, Q 1,53 fl ,F 'I'f,y. ffl.-. Il'-nf llhy-flplf wnnl tw In' xwlllnuy girls: l':lls, Ill-tty llulimqw-r', lxIill'LXill'l'l Z 1' 11 .Imul flllllllll- Zlllwll ll11'l44A5'. Hvwfnlfl rf-l.'.' Alnru' liwff' and Tuliv' A'l5ll'l'f'llll H1 Ili, Humlyg Ilallrpy, girls Ann.: .klrfllf Alllvll' 11, :vml Mun: l,1:ll'.', liillx 'Imv-l lf-'.-. MIM Mmmls. 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L. 1 ' 'js Q A V , 3.5 I I if 3 1 I . , i 'Voir row. -li-lin Strnit. .Inno Siiininei-s, Mnxint- llliiiiesniitli, lmn l:IlI'Il"S, Ylrginixt 4 S-'--vill.-, Mnri us liivon, lit-xr-i'lv I-I-itz, liitn Iiisi-r, 1,4-svis Kitt, t'oi'i-iiii- Sniil. ' I XY ll I " I ' I' I Xl I' i I , I I i 5.-.---in row. 1 :ii I-ne si--iw-i-, ,ori-:tiin- si' it-, . ax .ovi-r, .une tions, 4" i:ir es 5I'ltI1!.l", ,Xlivi-ire Aan'-r, Siizniiin- XYIiit4'lioiis.-, lloslyii Ili.-st-, Ivon II:-iiiivtt, lletty Sue Ziiiini..i innii I 'l'Iiiril row liutli Siionti. Yiiszinizi 1"r:ii:i, .loliii K--1-kl.-r. Phyllis 4':tre, s"rttln-i'iiie Y Iiir--Iiniain, I1ilIv II'-nsoii, Mnxini- Alnlsii-, Ike-tty' Wyatt, Iii-tty .I:in-- liiseiiliour, Ilziyiiiuml I 1'..rt.-ix i I I l i ll--tl-ini row' Yiolri ll--nsoii, lvaryl Kline, lliverlv Voolt, Mary llosvi-, NYilli:1ni Pztul I'-ij-l--, .lun-it livli-4 lnlxt I..-V I-Irwin. liolores N.-lsoii, Iron Iiitti-r, Violet XXX-Ils, Miss Shultz. The Angola High School annual has had a very eventful history. lt made its first appearance in 1901 in the form of .1 booklet published by the seniors. In 1910 each of the nineteen seniors was given a separate page in the annual. The cover was of linen and the book had onion slain pages. ln 1919 a great change was made when the name, Tfiv Ki'-v, was given to the annual. It was published monthly in newspaper style. The seniors had individual pictures and various classes and organizations were represented. Editorials appeared for the first time. Ifach year the annual statl' tries to vary the issue and make it just a little better than the preceding one. XVe do not iind two annuals with the same layout-new features are added: others dropped. The members of the 15142 Kei staff are as follows: Editor in chief, -lohn Strait: assistant editor, ,lane Summers: business manager, I.orraine Erbe: assistant, june Quas: eireulation manager, Beverly Qools: assistant, Lewis Ott: art editor, janet Kyle: assistant, Virginia Scoville: snapshot editor. W'illiam Paul Doyle: assistant, Mary Rowe: boys' sports. Ilan Barnes: assistant, Max Boyer: girls' sports, Beverly Butz: assistant, Cath- erine lSirehman: feature writer, Lila Lee lirwin: assistant, Betty .lane lfisenhour: Classes, lata Kiser: assistant, Roslyn Reese: inusit' editor, Maxine Mabie: assistant, Suvanne Y'iYlilIICl1ULlSCQ alumni, liettv Sue Ziniinerinan: assistant, Ruth Shoup: calendar, Aliene Agner: assistant, lietty XY'yatt: organiyations, Dolores Nelson: assistant, Viola Benson: iol.es. lion Bennett: assistant, ,Iolin Keclsler: school publications, Violet Xvells: assistant, R.iXVlll.l1,lL'.llI Sierer: class historian, Clorrine Saul: assistant, Maxine Rhinesniith: class will, l4.ij.rnoritl Porter: assistant, Daryl Kling: class prophecy, l'hyllis Care: assistant, Virginia fron: l. ly A. etlitor, Hill Benson: assistant, Charles Spangle: drainatics, Marcus Dixon: 1 '.'. i'.Iliil, lima lslllef. l'f lo-l tour i'd"it.k..t-ix1.g..K::1 -.1 ' ...is - spa- a I-. . . ..iw .I . i.. 1. H--f ' -- I- im- -ri: vs' is "--:Iliff-'I-'il-I-wt-' 'IMI lem fn zqcfian "NVQ, of the Angola High School student council, do highly resolve to promote the general welfare of our schoolf' It was the duty of each council member to observe and to carry out to the best of his ability the principles implied in the foregoing statement. The student body placed in the council members, as their representatives, the task of studying and trying to solve the various school problems. The council had many problems and projects this year. The arranging of chapel programs and setting the dates for school parties were among the important ones. Measures were also tal-zen to improve the lunch room. Several sales projects were undertaken during the year. Early in the fail the council members sold "Hornet" signs to be fastened on cars. just before the county tourney they sold small wooden purple and gold megaphone pins. The purpose of these sales was mainly to boost the athletic program. The money derived was used to purchase student council pins for the members. The otiicers for the year were: President, Don Bennett: vice president, Virginia t Crain, secretary, Shirley Ilrbe: sergeant-at-arms. Iiloyd Smurr. The sponsor was Miss Yeager. S 2 -Q ia 5- 38 -5 7 F -C , HE K'l 'l'--lv ri-xv .ll-rs Iliilxviiwlzi. llill Yun XY:i:1iffi'. 1'-iii li'-xiii:-lt, IH-.iii l'X:"l1. lbili l"ll"lY, S-r-owl I'-iw: .Iini Sainl, Iflfn-1 Sninrr, lfrzink Wit-s-, Ili-M In wrt, X.ii'in.iii 1'...ik 'Vliirfl row: Miss Yvauf-i-, XX'aivzt lirwxvii. I7--tty Mziul--y, Bl:ii'.i-ii'i.- Y---Ii-r, 1'LlIl'l4'lil Iixiinliinzin, Sliirlt-y I-Irli--. l"oiii'vli i-ou: Pain-it-1.1 link--r, Yiruinizi Vrnin, Mzirv .li-nn li-ilil. I':ilri-i.i liniiili-llill. lmnnai Zinim-ir. Piiiqi' 1401-15-T114' , .mr 11. ai., . A.. rf' .,-fa.. . A 1wHMMm FDJF1u9EuuueALL aihmmrwmnUUwmmum.:f-',r:":ia,i.s:-e1.f:'2: :.L'Lf-Ai 1 use 5151.1 2 Q 'al flaieaaefi is-, -r l'd"i lfn I-1' 'bf --- rr... T--11 1'--W: Miss Mi'--rs, Miss X't'llQ'EI'. Miss Iii'-'tl, Bliss Slinltz. Gloria Aldrivli, Ji-:In llnll. Ivniinai It-flle is-iw'-11, ll.-i.-1-lv liiitz. Lon Hose .Xlw-ind. .loan Slrerl-wek, Joan Grirlin. I111-ieeiie Hiililini-.l S+:-Hnil 1-1-xv: .Xli-.A XX'z1ll.1w-, In-nilii ll-,ltlnfiiliiililv-1'. AlilI'I-.lvllll Vliniltliel-Q, .lnlizi Vrniii. li'-its .lzine l-list-iilwiiiy llntli llerl. A1111-lu, l-Kell, 111111 Juni- lhvse, Virginia Senville, Marv .I:11i.- Stiiiiiiieirs, Siixaiiiin- XX'li1ti-liniise. I.-'luis-A lm--k, Anne Austin, Glenna Mae Gold-fn. XY1111!'1"-l '13-niiiliii. Alai'-'vllii ihnnll1f'xx', Yliyllis Vi'-el. Tliir-l 1'-iw llnslyn ll-Q-si-, .Xllllfl Blau-ie 1,':11'--. N'iI'lll1l .li-:in l'1'est-ln, llutli Sli--ni-, Mary lLiQv--. Yiraiiiia ill-llll, .Ivan Alziliie. ','4Vl'l'lllr' Szinl. li--vw1'ly Vo-.il-1. Lila Lee Erwin. l'-il-.ws RA sn- i A ' ite f ' ' ' ' . l. 11, Blnxini l.l111-.111itl1. l,-i11.i1ne I.1ln-, .lain-t lxyl-f, Lois NX1-river. EX'HllQPlllI" lltlan . Xirriiiiii wniitli, Vliyllif Ifwl-ik. AiitI'ilYll l'n1'11r-. l-'-virtli 1'--iv. liaiilirxn l'.ir1'1sli, llvtty Sm- Ziiniin-1111ai11, l.il:i Kisser, 1-'l1y'llisCz11'e, Viola: lirnsf-11, Xxrillll lli'--wn. Mairx ll.-i11:n1't1e1'. .lune lltililwll, Il--tty Mu:.:'l+-v, Hetty' Xxvyllll. lixw-Ivii :l'i1lly'. .l-mn lizitns, Ali:-inf .X1lIl"l', Altiimniwet Ifisleer. Rlziiiiorie Y-ide-1', Sliirle-5' Erlle. l-illyp Nell 4e1'tal11i, I-1-IIN I-.nslf-3. LUIS Ieiivr-. ll2lI'll"jv1lll liziriies. The Angola Girl Reserves Club was organized in 1927 under the direction of Miss Kathryn DeW'ees. Its activities have been carried on since that year with ever increasing interest. The theme this year was the Girl Reserve Code. lt reads: G racious in manner R caching toward the best I mpartial in judgment Ready for service L oyal to friends E arnest in purpose S ceing the beautiful E ager for knowledge R cverent to God V ietorious over self E ver dependable Sincere at all times Interesting talks were given by several outside speakers, among whom were Rev. Humfreys, Rev. Wfhitehouse, Mr. Hirsch, Mrs. King, Mr. Shank, and Mrs. Loucks. Instead of having .1 Pa'Ma-Me banquet this year 11 Pa-Ma-Me get-together was held at the school building. A program was given and refreshments were served. A Christmas party was held at the school building. After a potluck supper, the :irls went to the County Farm and sang for the inmates as well as taking them a treat of candy, The girls then returned to the school building for :1 gift exchange. The G. R. - Hi-Y hop was held at the Masonic Temple February 17. Nearly all of the members attended the conference at Garrett, November 8, and several attended the conference at Elkhart, March 28. Th ofhcers this year were: President, Dolores Nelson: vice president, Lorraine Erbeg secretary. June Quasg treasurer, jane Summers: program chairman, Ora Aliene Agnerq finance chairman, Mary Rowcg social chairman, Lita Kiscr: service chairman. Betty Sue Zimmcrmanq song leader, julia Craing and pianist, Janet Kyle. The advisers were: Miss Myers, chief adviser: Miss Reed, linanccg Miss Shultz, pmgramg Miss Yeager, socialq Mrs. Nelson, serviccg Mrs. Myers, group chairman: Mrs. Iisher, group secretary. M... .t. ,K .. . CK -, 4 .L 'l'1'1+ row lvii-lc llrfittnn, ll:-3' llli--lsne. lmii llitter. l':iii linrnvs, lniivl Klllll, lie-in l'l"'illi'l'4, .lim K.-i'kl+-ig Xlkinlf-ll Zlniin-r, .ln-li lloli'--x-Iii, Sei'--nil row' Saiiittln--l ,luli:is'.-ii. Max lhfxmi-, ,Iolin M1-li1'lfl". XY:1rrv-n liiw-wil. I'li'3il Sinnrr, llilly llnts-iii, Ulunrl-'s Spniigli-. Vnriis ll--rl, .lu-'lc XY.-:iyei-, Ifinnlt XX'ii-S-f. l1.ii'iiii.inl l'Hi'tel'. .lnlin l':irv+Ai', llzilpli Alilfllll. Rlziv All-or. '1'lii1-.I r-nv. M11 l':lrl:iin, llnli ii4lmi'iii', lhlnniv lZ.ilist:i-ll .lim Haul. .li-lin ICLLLI4-stiiil, 1'.ii'l Snnilaly. XYilli1lin l':ivll lmyl.-. Imii ll.-linvtl. .l-'lin Km-kl--V, .I.ivlg XY.-lls, 5l.ii1-in Sinitli, XY:ilIi-1' lllv'Ii.iiwleni1, Xoi'ln.1ii Vniilt, lu-xi.l ll'iif'l'si'iv, Mr. lisrrivli, lfolirilu i-iw. Ili-li Z!-'!l4'l', 13--'il Yun XY.!!ll'Ik. Rlsis XYliitw, li--I. lillnu. l"r1--l Yisev llill IZ.-ns-in, I.inn Ggirn, 'Ciiivis--'i liens. XX':ii'i-en lhiiiivftt. li--ii Vnltnn. llonal-l llos IR.-1-rue .Xns1-anull, .Xllen IZ--5'-r, Alike l'risl:is. The Hi-Y Club was first organized in A. H. S. in 1922 and was the iirst Hi-Y club to be organized in the state. The purpose of the club is "To create. maintain. and extend throughout the community high ideals of Christian character." Some of the outstanding events of the year were the father and son banquet. the mother and son banquet, and the G. R. and Hi-Y hop. The father and son banquet was held on November 17 at the Christian Church. The speaker was NY'alter V. Creider, SCCt'CI.ll'y of the Y. M. C. A. at Auburn. The mother and son banquet was also held at the Christian Church on March 16. The speaker of the evening was Mrs. Russ Hershey. At the weekly meetings. held on Monday evenings, were heard a number of speakers who gave interesting talks. XVhen there wasn't a speaker the members discussed various subjects at the meetings. The club this year had its own basketball team. The team played two games with the F. F. A. boys and won both times. The team was made up of any members who wanted to play. At the beginning of every meeting a verse from the Bible was read and then the members of the club stood and repeated the Lord's Prayer. At the end of every meeting the W'ln111.qf.f0mffl' was read. Fvery member of the club had .1 chance to write and read the W'fn111qif0mfli' some time during the year. The otlicers of the elulw for this year were: President, Don Bennettg vice president, john Nlclirideg secretary-treasurer, Raymond Porter: sergeant-at-arms, Floyd Smurr. Mr. Certain was the adviser. w QI 's J Pier' FIIITUX-Yl'Z'k'II i . nirumunmiai-elniunumuuieeinmnmfxmfrrnu',. mM.ir.ii .1 -emu-g.L-sf.-1. A-.11 1.-u.iii.:,'.-12,...f,1.1.LL-.-ef., ,.,.+...-. '11 ,, .x W . H., . X ,. x The Ramon Why ..... za N10 fllawzf ffnr 12111170 xo 1L'z'lf.' Tbif 1201111- lifnf bzzilelilzg bas bvwz rm ilISf7fI'!Ifi0lI fo us for four L'l'l'f1ffI!ljl'fll'f. 7 IL 'I dz 041 Saciel' vw,- ! 3 4 I 'Poli row .Iuhn Slraiit, Ilzln Huriivs, June Lguns, .I:iii.- Suiiiiiit-rs. Set---ii-I iw-xv: lAIl'I'll1llQ lflrlw, Plixllis Cart-, Virginian 4'l'Ill1I, In-lore-s Nelsoii. Membership in the National Honor Society indicates the possession of many de- sirable characteristics including ability for leadership, a spirit of service, il high level ot character development, and scholastic ability above two-thirds of the class members. 1 ,I . . . , In 1918 the Angola chapter of the Honor Society adopted a scholarship prolect. i Every vear each member of the local organization contributes one dollar to the scholar- ship fund. This fund is maintained to lend to graduating members of the high school who might need the money for college. The local chapter of the National Honor Society was organized in 1939. At pres- ent the total membership is 157. The otiicers elected hy this year's group were: President, Dan Barnesg vice presi- dent, Dolores Nelson: secretary, Jane Summersg and treasurer. Mr. Elliott. .fegwn rqauafnca The American Legion citizenship award is presented each year by the Angola post No. 31 of the American Legion to one senior boy and one senior girl of Angola High School. These awards have been given for the past ten years. The criteria for the judging of the win- ners are honor, courage, leadership, and serv! ice to the school. Our best wishes to Dolores Nelson and Dan Barnes, the winners of the 1942 Amer- ican Legion awards. Imlfires Nelson Ilan Barnes I'.1 f lull,-ileffl u. -N..-. , '. .41 il.:-1iu7:QY.f .-:vax.t.ua. .Q-fg4r.i'. x rH""-r'. . .. .1:n7mTx:f.f3c:1w.z'mm::mrrv.wrrmuang-zv-miuaiuai..Un..m...'m.-.nn..w -im.mm..wn.nnvi.w-nmnufumnnmmnianumimuifmuirnu i W W r Speak fzepafllefut . THE HOR ET Tbv Horzzef is the mimeographed school paper published by members of the jour- nalism class. The first edition of our school paper was published in 1918. The first name given is a er was Ji' 'U 1. was iven severa i eren names u in J i was ca e rh pp Tf Ixj It g ldff t bt 19'St llcl The Hornet and the name has remained the same since. The course in journalism is taught to give students experience in interviewing people and in Writing articles for publication. ln addition to publishing The Homef, the journalism students write all the articles for the column of Angola School Notes in the Sfvzzlnvz Repzzblicnlz. The proceeds received from our school paper this year were turned over to the Key annual fund. Every year the journalism students endeavor to make the Hornet a larger and better paper than it was in previous years. HORNIQ I GR-HI-Y HOP .wma-R msn'-xorss j .JOURNALISNX l new wee seem -M-L G-AS5'TD4fHEjg WTIOIIT7 s ii-i : Y, T L ' e'e' mi M e . e E ered-T I Q' ,-, 'QT - --- ASHIONS : 1 I eg i T-T-L-T Q- 'wwf l 'A' H' 3-, ---- T 1 i E 'BAND 'tw ,I -, W1 :it OKCH.E-TFRA AUM-fxjuxiek runtk --J' K Tl Q ii ' "' A A - V. Q . ..... Y.- ,-. K - ... ,.-"'.-.-r'f - ,gf 5 - 1, --'A ...A 'm ...i-l ,.f-- --'gm S5 ff- G .-A f ,- W ' ' iz: -g- --'- --- , ' Q. Aa: - f- v-Ag! ----- Q -uf .. . E .W - f--- T--j c -vm - ,.-..... f, . Q.. 1 ,-- w' -k .tif N " r-l I f- 'II fi' ,- ' l"" TT?" SPEECH CLASS PLAY GIVEN --i ?..-- if-1 c PEL E A S+ HA vlivracsofxy S E Nome' Tef..- M0105 we-up FREIPGNT """ 'ri , .,..,,. ...U , , - """""er- A iff ..... -..ci .. ,,..- ....c,... nk - -.li ..,,...-rv.-..... .ERS Q ... : 1 - .ss 1 X K "L : 1 3 -1--"T - li -6 Z ' lil..-' ' F 'fc ,, S' 'l ti -+ - 5 3 . ..?.v- 'fi .ie-Q T.. ' ,. if l. - X -, H0Ro5qopE Gs- ' Y - Tl - T wwf- T .nssr VILL LIME!! POV: PEP bk- -Ti j-TT lg h 4 4 - T f- e : f ,-" -:I if A fy R 4 FUN -'T it - ,, C, --1 -fm Tl V f ,T 1 -Q -'- Paqe Forfy-nine K A ..:-..-s- M., . .... .... - ,.m..,.,,.,w.-....,..,,s ..,. sm... WW ,.,. .M ,..... sb K1In.g4af6ZwZomer4'l2fu21,e .5 X qv X .aw- X Sian Iii.: 1Iik.f1'rist.is. if--ii1il'.istiif4i', Imul Dirt-Iiinun, Max Muni-, 13---il 'Van Wsigner, .lin lilii-iii ws-.iii--I 1'.i'iI H--llziiu.-r, .Xlli-n In-vi-1'. IlillIlviisnli,11en1'g--Aiirpnllull, Ilol-vert HsIsni'iie. IL-dw-rt I'ziiii.iu:. The motto of the Future Farmers of America is: "Learning to do, Doing to learn: Earning to live. Living to servef: The aim and purposes of the If. F. A. are: To develop competent. aggressive, rural and agricultural leadership. To ereate and nurture a Iove of country life. To ereate more interest in the intelligent choice of farming occupations. To participate in cooperative effort. To encourage and practice thrift. To encourage improvement in sebolarship. The If. If. A. emblem is made up of five symbols, the owl, the plow, and the rising sun, within the cross section of an ear of corn which is surniounted by the American t'l"lU .xg . The I. I. A. holds its regular meetings the First Tuesday of every month. The meetings ennsist of an opening eeiemonv, regular business transactions, entertainment, elosing eeremonv. and salute to our flag. Important parts of the Iiuture Iiarmers' Creed are: I believe in the future of farming, with a faith born not of words but of deeds. I Iveliei. e that to live and work on a good farm is pleasant as well as challenging. I lit-lieue in leadership from ourselves and respeet from others. I believe in my tm n ability to work e-Hieiently and to think clearly. I lieliete in less dependence on begging and more power in bargaining. I Iiehene that rur.1l Anaeriea ean and will hold true to the best traditions in our riitionil life and that I can exaet a good influence in my home and community. Iiill Henson was elected Distriet Uireetor of Ii. Ii. A. at the state convention held it I'iirflue Lnixersntv. Ile was also awarded the Hoosier farmer degree. ililne otliters for 1942 is ere: I'resident, Cieorge Anspaughg viee president, Bill Benson: -ttrt-t irj.. IIarnliI fireenq treasurer, Allen Iioyerg reporter, Robert Osborne. iz- ll7If', li 3 '3 509415: hihnh. -,QLELQEL F f ' H7-irflifi-211557.-I1TZU'LT 5'T1fNl1WJ . THIN szw Gm Aww .4 ezfwu, me The 4-H Club is open to all girls in this school between the ages of 10 and 20, who are interested in home economics. The club has business meetings in the winter and then the members continue indi- vidual work in the summer. They also enjoy having parties in the summer such as potlucks or swimming parties. Some time in July there are county demonstrations and judging contests. The winners of these are Iater sent to .1 district contest. These contestants can go as far as the national. There are also dress revue contests. In August there is a county exhibit of all of the projects completed in 4-H work during the vear. This year cash awards were earned by Ilene Nelson, Mary Lou Crain. Alice Allman, and Paula jean Albright in the county exhibit. Betty jean XY'yatt was the grand champion in clothing and also the winner of the dress revue. She represented Steuben county at the State Fair Dress Revue. Miss Martha Allman was the adult leader for the past summer. Miss Janalyce Rouls supervised the work during the winter. The four H's represent Head, Heart. Hand, and Health. my Head to clearer thinking. my Heart to greater loyalty, my and my Health to better living for my club, my community motto is: "To make the best betterf, The national colors are Our pledge is: I pledge Hands to larger service, and my country. The green and white. ..-.....,.. I: 1102010-NIJ. -tai ..t., JX Top rmv: Miss llmils, Mui-inn Mouiits, IP-.innzi .I--:in S1-linffviy Ilairl-sirzi Ifliiliuiiil Ili-tty XY5':ilI. Mzirgniri-1 XY--111-, I'--tty Yziriivr, K.illile-en Suit--ii, .li-:iii lil'll'I'iIl, I-Ileziiii-r S--i-vis, livtlv Leiiiiiii. S1---will 1-nw: .lm-kiv Slinnk, Mary lam Vrziin, Imnniv I'-livers, 411-1-thi Itmli-A, Sally 'lillI'Iit'I', Ili-ne Nvls--n, Jlairilyu St-rvis, l'1itri-in Jrvlius-lu, 1'hzirlwItti- Strait. Hur1'ii-Lt Hose. I,:iX'.1i'iie lizistt-i'ilziy, In-iiiizili-P Slug--, BI1ii'il3'n XYUII1-, , lhitli-ui row: Inns I.:-main, Marry Suv Kring. lzittx' Ilzirnigiii, I'uuI:i .XI1irip:'Ii1, Marilyn Hzirinziu, lerlu Anne XV4-lib, Kzitliryii Xoraiu'-iii, Lloniia l'luinnf-X. if--una Yxlt-As, Lols S1-iiiigle, Phyllis Sinurr, .Xdfiir XY:1tts, Mary lillt-n lit-tltliiifl. .Ie-rry .In Sims Pngi' Fifi'-5 -our lwnvwtwaez ,nsrm-sm: nvpaauiniia iuanmxtxwaumiuaurraiuuvmuumsmasiiasyflv e'fFf5,1n-was-:ms lap- in it 1- pa ,i uf-Lua- :M 7fze Eamf Un H. Vernon Baker, A. H. S. music director. is N a graduate of Bethany College, Kansas, and he X received his M. A. degree at Northwestern Uni- versity. His home is in Garden City, Kansas, and he was formerly employed as music supervisor at Holcomb, Kansas. He plays clarinet, piano. organ, and the French horn and does vocal work. Both the boys, Q glee club and the mixed chorus have shown great .N improvement this year under his guidance. x w xs- luv, The Angola High School Band has given some very excellent exhibitions of marching this year. These performances were at the Butler game, November 7. the Garrett game. December 5. the Lions and Rotary benefit, and the Avilla game, Feb- ruary 13. The band marched with lights on their caps and during the exhibitions the room was blacked out. Some of the formations were a red cross. a V for Victory formation and the letter of the opposing basketball team. The music that was played while marching was the Yictory March. XVashin3ton Post March, Queen City March, and On XY'isconsin. The band also marched in two different parades at the Auburn street fair last tall. The organiyation won second place honors in the band contest at Columbia City. .-Xpril 18. The otlicers of the band were: President, John McBrideg vice president, klulia Craing secretary. Max White: and sergeant-at-arms, Ralph Martin. Mr. Baker was the director. f'5,1i.i,- if 'fpruiiiin Smith. In-lt Ilrlilifin. Put linker. llmldv llllLL'll1'S, ll'-ltv Iaemzin. .lim Troy--r, Fully Uv: FI iiiuai lliill I.,-. !li.s:ifk. lliflt Iloiunliw- Oboe: .Xniiei 11:11-in l'gi1'u-, I'Imi-:.lun.- Ilul-In-ll..Xl1.,4-l:i1'iii--t: l' IE - VN- ls: lla-si -an X'i'1irr--ii llifniif-ii, Sai'-.ripli-'liir-R:.lnliti1'r:1lii.J--linBl--Iirirl-', Iv-in Ili-lin--tt. l'i'i'iii'Ii hivrn: TW" llaa-F-'-fa. l::.:'.!fii:v' Vigiiilt Sun-I-,rs 'I'i'ffiiiMwii.-s I:-.I. I'uiwly, lm-lt liiilxvwi-thi. llziviii-iiill Iiiess, 11-'lv IH-:A ll, 1 Bl.-11 ii lines l.-time limi 131.-ilu.-1, Klux XYliit-. lmxirl Siiiilli. Ivrumsg lllllyv Ni-ll l'v1'l:il11, ' iam Vs. l lift-3.-, I:-trial-1 .Imltsfiic lllennsi Mine lhilfl-'ii Voriiels in-If .Xiirliw-xvs, Lvnn fiurn, XY:ill1'1' f l'r-'il X--sw. I:f-e- XXV-lvl-iii. Ilnli XYilli:iiiiSfin, lP:inni-- Ilsikstml, Vliftwn Nelson, I..-oiizlrd Htl. iv ii-v Xv'ii1:,iii:I'.i'1l lIfv'l-- Xlgri-wfrllvs Fur-il li--iulf-V. Al.II'llX'll l'.1yiiw, XY:iv:i liruvvli, Shirley Iirln-. fx! - Ik: refill. Ili-iiifri Salnl--is, Vol-ir 'limi'-A If--lt liinitioii, l'lll'll:' Il--rl, Iron lh-nn-ftl, Smit' lllll' qli 'W 7 . 'ii A I l'.1 rllffj-11111 i3'hEn?bLua.i'h4hi.J.4-.'ia.lK:ZT""T if--.aflia31:i7Ir.'1'fuTI':I7-SIM-Tw. . 5. .1 . 1 1 IHLU xllii-11-1' 12111-. luilllllil liL11'1lr'Y. Yllllillll P11111 sum of Mqlaflq I 1 ' ' T' 1 ll . , .-.....f --SHG Yiolirisz 'Ile-111111 Mae 41111111-11. llnyiiiuiitl Ki+-ss, P11y'111s 1"-111-k. Yvoniiv- I11111111l11'e3's, 1Su1'1-urn S111111erS, 11,11-Viet lifts-r-, .1114-lt 1i'1'esl1111, Suzziniir- XV11itel1o11s.4, Cvllosz Iliitli S111-111'-, lfuitis 11-Arl, 1111111 Ilerl. Shirl-v dxll.-H, lrqnrbprzi I"llI'lll'. l'1:1rinetS: XYl1'i'1l1l:L Smith, I-'iitrivin Iiaiker, Itufhly 1i11:'1:es, Ji111 'l'1'UX'+'1'. Fluti-: J1111-f 1I11lil1e1l, rilmesz I-Will Beiirir-tt, Annn Marie Cure, Ensso-'iii NX'11r1'1A11 fir-'I1ll"'tI. Strune' lfussp Marv Lon Mzirtin. 1i1A1't11 If-ve Maw-rs, 15-1'1'11ssio11: liillvr- Ne11 4'r'1'l11111. XXw1ll1ill11 P51111 Doyle, 111111111-1 .I111-lts-1111 4'o1'111-tsi 1-'iwsril Vest-j.', 1:1111 .X11111'e1vs, Iinrit-1111-: 1'iI'111'Il-i 54111411-rs. Troiiiln-nest ll1111'111 Mairtiii. Holt Pl11'lly, Ilzissg Max XX'1xitr-. llov lilerlsuf-. Every Thursday and Friday at 12:10 familiar strains rise from the lower hall. Everyone knows that they are coming from the orchestra room. This group has been very busy this year. Some of the members played for the Christmas cantata. Among the selections worked on during the winter were: "Black Rose" by Brockton, "Melodies" by Haydn. "Procession of the Sardar" by lppolitorn-Ivvonosv. "Marchte Hongroisen by Berlioz. and nsllllf D'Amour" by Elgar. The orchestra made its last appearance at the commencement prograrn on May 29. H. Vernon Baker was the director. The membership was forty. The orlicers were: President, Don Bennett: vice president. Ruth Shoupg secretary, Virginia Smith: and sergeant-at-arms. Roy Bledsoe. Qwae opmzza "The Galloping Ghost" vvas the operetta presented by the seventh and eighth grades on March 4. The action was centered around an imaginative old man, Lem, played by loc Holwerda. who amused .1 group of children in .1 gloomy old house by telling ghost stories. A radio enthusiast, played by Carlton Rinehart, brought the ghost to life and caused the disappearance of the host at the party. played by Bob Xxiillhllll- son. Other leading p.11'ES were taken by Dick Romero. Lorna XY'.1ite. Caroline Bender and Donna Stevens. All ended happily. A chorus and a group of villagers were the vocal groups featured. '7w491,Zm4 nrris Iiiulwstoii. lmylp, zirilyn 1'11B'11e. 11111 1Z1'1,11'11. erin-1't S1111llre1'S. Page Fi-fry-11111 auaizxwvu. . elf... a,-f5E.',t:1 '5 77v-T551 3 l1.1,k rwwl Milli' l1"W'-. Sui- Zzinv l7niYlLlj', llutli Hvrl, Maril3'i1 'l'liumm. BlHl'j'.T1lllv llos-1, Mziri-Jezin lfhzul- 3- R, lt.-vi-rly Si'-utils, Suiiziiiiili XYliiteli-fuse, lmlluy NX'---1-l, Imryl Iilinu, XX'.,n.1t-ll Ziinnivr, Floyd Sniurr, John lsr-ilslvr, lwn lleiiii--tl. Ili-nv lixitus, Yirgiiiin St-oville. l'ziti'ii-in lluiillwlpli, Murilyu l':x5'iie, Luis XXX-z1X'el'. Aiiiiiiw-li 'IH-iiiy-lin, .lulin Niacin, Louise Voolc, l'oi'rine Saul, Mr. links-r. l-'iwiiit 1-ilu .login 1,il'll'l:lYllS, liatliryii l':irriSli, Betty Suv Ziiiiiiiviwiiziii, Mary' limi Vrzlin, IM-lizi Fisher, l..iiii.i Zmimf-1-, 11.-ity xyyurrv Lois Pe-uve. lil-bert Zlregli-V, Gmwgi- Aiispszilsii, .Xlll-u Iftuy'e1', Vurtis Hi-rl, lewis Htl. lllfiuild I:-.s-f, IZ.Arta L.-e Blyfsrs. Gloria Al-lrii-li, Marx' I,-vu Martin, II'-tty liiislvy, .Iziuel Kyle, l.:Jl.:wl l"isli"1'. liilljw Nell 'v"l'llilll. Jmili liulus. The Angola High School Mixed Chorus has had a busy year in 1941-42. They sang at the vesper service .it the Congregational Church February 22. The mixed chorus entered the state contest at Butler, April ll, and won iirst division honors. The group sang two selection at the spring concert sponsored by the Frances Elliott Clark Music Club to observe National Music Nveek. They made their last appearance at the baccalaureate service, May 2-l. The chorus was limited to fifty membersg therefore the group was a chosen one. The chorus was under the direction of H, Vernon Baker and Mary M. Puckett was the accompanist. lfffualc ffffaffzeu' 6046 The Music Mothers, Club is an organivation that helps in the financing of the music groups. This year the club bought the skirts for the majorettes and the har and coat for the drum major. They also raised money to send the band and mixed chorus to the contests. Otlicers of the elub were: President, Mrs. Harold Martin: vice president, Mrs. Max Bennett: secretary, Mrs. Marl-1 Sinders: treasurer, Mrs. Conway Garn. Swag 7410 The string trio, Gloria Aldrich, piano: Ruth Shoup, cello: and Glenna Mae Golden, violin, is well known in Angola and in neighboring towns. The Angola High School was proud to have this line organization in the school. They were always ready and willing to serve the community. Some of the groups they played for were the Garden Club, Sorosis, .1 tea at a book review, and the Girl Re- serve Pu-Ma-Me get-together. They went on two tours with the Tri-State College x .- Glue Club. Glenna Mae Golden, Gloria Aldrich, Ruth Shoup IJ 1 l1f!',-fain' F-?ni07b2xa2L"ida'inHLJ5 :-.'.',,.4-.1 isfKU2:1747Q. Swlguili . i.. 'H" 'f" n " n "".' ' V' f',i""" tha' "'4"""'-ii."f2'!l v - ,Y -4---,, A- Y , Mx' lkilwi-, 11,--'Vue Allxpxiiiuli. XX':iri'.-n Iffinni-lt. Itnl. Z1i'1l4'l', Guxli- lliwiliilll AXZI-11 I'-15--1'. I.:-I:--x' XX'..ml. llzirvl Kline. WX'--11:1--ll Yilllllllvll Vlirtix llerl, V1-Q11 Snuirr, l.' ww Wll .l-mn K-vlcl.-lx Iii-n:il4I ll-iw. lVV'Il Vi--nn--tl. IHA. Illini. Eaqdi' Glad The Boys' Glee Club was newly organized this year. Thii 0l'g.lI1lZ.lIllOI1 hm progressed rnpdily and lm twenty members enrolled. Mr. Hiker was the director. MJ4' fee Glad The Angola Girls' Glee Club this year consisted of l'ifty-five members, They sang .it the vesper service .lt the CODg1'Cg.ltlOI1.ll Church on I:ClWl'l.l.1l'Y 22, and .lt ,1 Parent! Teachers' meeting on March 10. They also sang with the lower grades in .1 Christm.is Cantata. Everyone has been pleased with the glee club! accomplishments. Mary Mir- grlret Pucker was the director. Ilia-'li row. Miss Vllwkttt, Mary lluXYq-, Sue Zum- 4:oufly', Ilulii Ilwrl, Mn1'il5'ii 'l'lll111lIIl, Mary .Tune lint.-, Xlairi-.I-'im Vlixiililii-li, .I-':ii1n.1 Ilurtlef, Tfwinnu Zimmer, Phyllis Piw-1-I, Sui- Sims, 'l'rwx':1 Iluulinztwn, IT'fxw1'lY Nt-U-ins. T'1it1'iviu Iizlmlolpli, Slllilllllt' XX'l1itf-lmuisfi, lie-ltr' I4I'IlllllI. Iilvziuiuef-liiw 'l'11'I'1lH3', lil:-lliir-1' Il:li'vl'U'. Xzivwiiiu- XV'-lf.-, Gloria ,Xllll'l1'll, Tlwne Ksltns, Yirsriuizr Sf-ovillfl, Luis XVe41x'e1', .I-'un Griffin, I.illi-In I,ff1n1ln. urilyn 1':iym-. Vi'-uit row: .Ioan 4h'irTi1l14, Ile-tty Fur- Zilnlnermnn, Mnry Lou Ulglinl Ivnliil Fielyi-r, Mnr:1ii'r-I Zvilwr, elly' NVYIIII. Mu1',iwI'iw Ymlvr, Lois P'-nee, Mary' lIr3lI1S,'2iI'lI1i'l', Evelyn 'I'lillY. XVinifrv-1 Telnplin, .Twin TCHIIIN. 4 :i1li+-rini- Munn. Kxitliryn Vairrish, 1Im'g'm'--L l':I'l1L11'ilI, Betty Nome-in, BI2lI'llll1 1Ioi1utS,1Iur5' I.-vu M:1rtin,I7!etI3' Inwl--v, Janet Kyiv-, llill'S,'lll'r'l lfislif-r, Itillye Nell L'vl'IlllIl, Ihfrtii Iwe Alu-rx, l'n1'x-ine Saul, 1.1-uisv ejfmli, PLIAQU Fifty -.fix U l I : x -1 Wuolmfrkifinm efz .1-xEi5Z1'511:4m4f.13!T.1'.lm2PEuuv mivlsi-:'Q'-'Z EY- ne.: A-,femme HF Ti' TLT' N - ? painddrr Long will be remembered the trials and tribulations of George and Terry Mclntyre .is depicted in the senior class play, "Growing Pains," presented in the high school auditorium on March 31 .ind April 1. The parts of George and Terry were played hy john Heckler and Phyllis Care and ll splendid job they did, too. Jane Summers and Marcus Dixon shared honors in the parts of Mrs. Melntyre and Professor Melntyre. The eomediennes were Lorraine Erbe and june Quas, who played in the roles of Elsie Patterson and Mrs. Patterson respectively. Many were the laughs they received. Other characters, all excellently presented were Sophie, Maxine Rhinesmithg traflic oflieer, Don Ritterg Dutch, Raymond Porterg Brian, Dan Barnesg Omar, W'illi:im Paul Doyle: Hal. ,lou Elliottg Pete, Alohn Straitg Prudence, Lita Kiserg Patty, Virginia Scovilleg lane. Suzanne XVhitehouseg Miriam, Dolores Nelsong Vivian, Maxine Mabie. Guests at the Melntyre party for George and Terry were Charles Coleman, Viola Benson, Billy Benson, Beverly Butz, Don Betty, Sue Zimmerman, john Eggleston, Janet Kyle, Don Morse. Corrine Saul, Emerson lmus. Roslyn Reese, Marion Smith, Betty XVyatt, Aliene Agner, Ruth Shoup, Virginia Crain, and Beverly Cook. 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A " 'V mm H rs Jl'4i'll?il1!Y DMYJ1ti-E.LR.1fenznr:f 'CYD' K 4 Vs x RTS' lj li 34 ix gzv v:'.: rn-1: -f-wer 1- 1 Li M' v.. ,H wr wi' 5 4: II. 1 Q f x ,ri V X I ul 5 +1 5 n 1 1 E I w I ,Vermeil D COACH JOHNSON COACH BILL JOHNSON "Bill" has been a friend as well as a coach and the seniors on the team will miss him greatly next year. He has proved his ability by making a winning ball club in the two years he has been in Angola. Many games this year were won as a result of his foresight and ability to "dope" the opponents' type of play. This is the first year Bill has coached a tourna- ment champion team, but he has had two sectional finalists. 7fne fine- 'Hp DARYL KLING Darvl is one of the five senior boys who will be lost .to the team next year. Kling was one of our leading scorers who thrilled the fans with his favorite oiie hand shot from the left side of the floor. Daryl played the guard position most of the year. Senior. MAX BOYER "Buck" didn't break into the starting lin: up until the LaGrange game. He was very valuable both defensively and offensively and will be hard to replace, His favorite shot was a one hand push shot. "Buck" played guard and forward. Senior. ,ioHN MQBRIDE fiiuch will be expected from "Mac' next year since he did such a fine job this year in both of- fensive and defensive playing. johnny was an- other one of our leading scorers and will be re- membered as the boy who sank the winning basket against Butler in the season opener. "Mac" played forward. junior. a 4 lfiffi-1-iyqbl NVENDELL ZIMMER "NVindy' was the other regular forward 'ind was the winner of this year's free throw award. He was chosen as all-county forward during the County Tournament. His favorite shot was from a "fast break." Junior. DAN BARNES "Danny" played the center position for the Hornets this year. His height was a valuable fac- tor in many games. Barnes was named all-county center during the County Tourney and was cap- tain of the varsity squad. His services will be missed next season. Senior. JIM KECKLER "Keel-tis" first season cn the varsity squad proved him to be of much value to the team. Jim played a guard position and was accurate on his long shots. Much can be expected of Jim in years to come. Sophomore. , -rar..-.n.n,au-....f.. . -...Mai -1 , ff-mfnvunu-.,,-.UU -fn -v.-M., e W ,W ,.. ...Y ,- .inc si.. -. -....-..al..-..-..-u-.. ---- T-.., FRANK WIESE Frank played part of the season on the reserve team and was a valuable substitute for the varsity squad. He was handicapped somewhat by his lack of experience but made up for this in spirit and hard work. Senior. MARCUS DIXON "Curly" was another of the team members who lacked experience since he didn't start basket- ball until his junior year. He played On the re- serve team part of the year and was a substitute on the first team. Senior. XVARREN BROXV N eke" played the guard position in many games. His speed and defensive ability made him a very valuable substitute. Since Brown is only a junior, much will be expected of him next year. junior. "Z ROY BLEDSOE "Moose" played pivot on the second team most of theiyear but "suited up" with the tourney squad. During the sectional he played the center position. Roy should be a valuable player next year because he has the ability and size to be a good player. Junior. JIM SAUL Jimmy was one of our most valuable reserves and should see much action next year. He always showed a lot of speed and pep when in the game. He played the guard position. Junior. DAVID ENIERSON Dave has been the faithful student manager. He looked after the extra balls and the towels and did numerous odd jobs. The team couldn't get along without him. Junior. Page Fifly-111m .L .J s wo, The 19-H-42 basketball season may be considered as highly successful, for Angola not only won over fifty per cent of their scheduled games but defeated many of the tougher teams on the schedule. Some of these teams have not been defeated by the Angola tive for several years. Angola's Win over Garrett in their second tilt was the first defeat suffered by Garrett at our hands for six years. South Bend and LaGrange were two more teams who have not been defeated before by Angola for several years. Angola's victory over Ayilla. a team that had beaten many of the tougher IC.1l'llS. including a two-point victory over our sectional winner, Butler, threw the Corner Conference into a four-way tie. the winners being Angola. Butler, XY'olcottyille and Avilla. This is the first Corner Conference victory for Angola in many years. Seafiawl Recafzi Nov. 7 Angola 19 Butler .. . .. . IS Nov. 14 Angola Kendallyille 40 Nov. 19 Angola XY'atcrloo ,,,,, 59 Noi' ZS Angola YY'olcottyille . .. 35 Dee S Angola Garrett .. -I-4 Dec 10 Angola Fremont ,,,, 20 Dec 12 Angola Albion ,,,, ,,,, 2 4 Dec 19 Angola LaGrange ,,,, 33 -lan. 9 Angola Ashley ,. 20 jan. IU Angola Garrett ,,,,,, .. ,,,,, 28 jan. Z3 Angola Auburn ,,,,,,,, . . . -+1 Klan. 30 Angola South Bend gXY'ash.j.. 26 Jan. 31 Angola Goshen ,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 2 4 Feb. 6 Angola Hamilton . 22 Feb. 13 Angola Avilla .. . ,. ZS Feb, 20 Angola Butler . 41 51.11.-liru Imziil Ijliii-hrfoii. vi-hill n 4 Hi: Mais 11'-ywfi-, limi llrarii-As, XX en-lell lim '.vi hliiliiii'ali-i-lEii'i4i1ii.i1f'l:ii'5'1PIIgl1iig, Jim Saul. .lim Ke-gkl-Ar. XY11I'1'tl1 li x , R 95 , A 67 T-vp rim" Inivid 1421-1-Ami-11. :Xllvll lin 1',.1:u-k ll"lXYx'1'4l1L, Il-W Ill:--lsme, llI'l1'l1'11fl I-'Vela--11, It-,Ii Fzinniiiu. Vnmlli 11111 Jolinsi-ii. lfrziiit 1'--w, lfartiin thllilnii, Villa' Xv'l11 NY11:ii.-2, llillx' l.4'l1:11v'1li-'IZ 11111111 Ifyuw-1't all 7ake Gaawif 7aufme4f The An-Hola Hornets won the Steuben Countv Basketball Tournament at Anvola D . D this year by defeating Fremont in the hnal game to the tune of 30 to 23. Angola won from Pleasant Lake Z9 to 27 in a very close initial game and trounced Metz 43 to 24 in the second round. Angola was well reprseented in the All-County team with Zimmer at forward and Barnes at center. Angola also had two of the higher scorers among these players. fnrlfledcfual Scaaimj Games Field Goals Fouls Total Average 16 Barnes 38 36 112 7 16 Zimmer ,HBS 26 102 653 16 Kling,, sas is 91 s 11 16 12 Boyer ,Z4 li 63 W1 14 McBride H 38 li 91 613 13 Saul 1, S 13 23 1 1 10 11 Heckler 4 6 1+ 1 3 11 13 Brown . , 3 -+ 10 10 13 5 Dixon ,, ,. 0 1 2 2 3 133 132 SOS Angola team average per game ,3154 Opponents' average per game , , H2913 Games won during season ,, , 9 Games lost during season 7 CHEER LEADERS Shirley Margaret planet Arnola Erbe Erhardt Kyle Bell Page Six ly-11111 tl Ga a,z'MeBa,z' aa ,N ,,A- - ll .t ,-1.,.--.- - 1 'ii .L.p.u. -III . , 1 .L i - 4.2 .- ' -,I E 1' in . 1-Q in i lf: ' ' S' D' . . '1 'L ,ae U 5 ' 7 ' X f w pg' gl XY' .5 if 1 i-'IV l Q l - l l f ' f f' li! C i 'ffl' Ll i "' i cl! ll P , X ix - 1 lg . ,X -1 - ilhq " lu -ld, .- V F A M- . ' Q 1 1 1 V 3 is ' . . 5, 'f iff , - ' 1 ---...-. J - K f A gp 'X A . Ax ' 1' M1- .- r - ,s . .1 ' A H A f U .ww-V , ,N if if X - W v , , it , ,T A y A , Wy T it -if i. if . l A-Jill' 3'F'p -. fi 1 as F .C 'J' 'L . D - f A ' Q .fx .h - J , N? l ' Ir. . . X ,..-Si Q ,i, A P , P X pi J X., t ,... A ., . I 1 .-' 5 1 . , 'W WI' - 1 . ' . 1-3 " TB 1 NS A h .. K K It 5 2 V -51315 ' 1, ,.-: .g,..:'-.:- ': " - ., . Staniliiig: David liiii-Ai's-iii. student inaiiaex-1', Prob Dygert. Ji'-lin MuHri1le, Max Boyer, Dain llariies. Iuiryl Kline, XYeiiflv-ll Zimmer, lfluiwl S!'llW.'I1'l'. S.-:it-il: liilly' Yun XY:1fziiei'. Billy' Imtsoii, Jzivk Holweiwla, XVri1'i'e1i Brown, Jim Keck- l-Ar. l'--rin lwgert, .Xllen Ifh-yeii Angola started out the baseball season well, winning their iirst four games, but Fremont snapped the winning streak. The first four to fall under the Angola sting were Metz. Scott, Orland, and Flint, The Hornets were defeated by Pleasant Lake in a hard fought game. Then with an understandable vengeance Angolals pitcher, Kling, blanked Salem, S-0 in a no hit game, receiving great support from his teammates. Angola then had a strong Chance at the County tourney, going into the county tourney C0111- petition after Metz defeated Salem. At the end of the season the Hornets were defeated by Hamilton. Angola's players were a fighting aggregation, with no particular stars, but all pull- ing together. Brown, Kling, B. Dygert, Zimmer and McBride were the leading hitters. Kling was pitcher but B. Dygert pitched the Flint game. Brown did a commendable job catching: McBride played first with a willg Boyer played a classic second-base: and Barnes did a iine job at short with Zimmer doing a bang-up job at third. In the out- field were B. Dygert, Smurr, Keekler, and B. VanXVagner. D. Dygert was utility man and did a good job. C. Coleman, A. Boyer. J. Holwerda. B. Dotson played reserve roles. sometimes getting into games and always fighting and on their toes. The season was marked by some sensational hits. The Hornets often doubled the opposition when they were on base, the usual combination being Van YVagner, or Barnes to Boyer to McBride. David Fnierson also played a helpful part in the season as student manager. .L 5 I screws -7 emu Angola Metz , 3 Angola , S Orland .Rngrila 1 Scott Center 1 Angola , , nl Fremont Anuzla Flint 4 Angola Orland . 7 .Xngola Fremont ll ,"xngf,la Pleasant Lal-te ll A ri gil a Salem U fkzigola Hamilton 6 S1111-fu fi .n...,...... .f ......1 4. ...sn af. .s -1. 2::':ru:n1.1:f.u4:.f..'isu4':o:i::.',. nh' JJJQZQGZM The Girls' Athletic Club was organized during the second week of school with Miss Yeager as supervisor. Virginia Scoville was elected president and Betty Magley. secretary. Meetines were held everv Fridav nivht after school, and the girls usuallv vlaved cw A . . c- r . l , basketball, which was the tavorite game, Qther activities enyoyed during the year were volley ball, table tennis, shuffle board. deck tennis, tumbling, badminton. and tennis. Two parties were held in the evening and the girls danced, played basketball, and other games, and refreshments were served. One of the big events of the year was the basketball game in which the freshman and senior Ci. A. C. girls played the soph- omore and junior G. R. girls. The G. A. C,f.'s won the game. prohahlv because they had the loudest rooters, and players and spectators all had .1 good time. "". .ZZ .av My so N2 214, wx, , V 'I'-ip row' Miss Yr-:iuw-r, Blnrv .T:1u-- Iiose. Uni-lu'ri'u My.-rs, Tirxiliixi Svoxillv. 1411.-,UNI-v Hug.-1-rv, Mary ,l.im-Siilnlxu-1's. .lllni Quzis, XYinit'lw-l 'IH-iuplin, Sviz.inn.A XYHi1.-lil-iise. li-vis XX'--:lu-i-, l-1x:in:--lille 'l'11T:41i3, 1n.nn:1 Zliumf-i'. 'l'1'r'YLl lllllllillilwlk .If-nn Hull. I-Rev--rly liulx, Il.-no Kzitus. Fri'-in-I r--wi Mzirizzn Mounts. BI2l!'!.'fl1'v'l l':lkll21I'1lI, I'-in-iilv1'.-iilt, Kaitlivvii l':irrisli, XX':rv.1 l:l"'NYl1. l':X'F'lYl1 Tully, Iwata' M.i:'1--X. Maxim- Ilhin-asinitli, D-flow-s Nvlrwll, I.--rr:'1n- Iirl--V, Ihvilimi llolliiieirig livtxx N-vi':iu'ivii, .Inuit NU". T-lfli'-wfllu Gini-I11eu', 4h1lIll"I'lll5 Uir'-lirxmn, .lf-.in Sfssfoi'-1, III--:ini-x S--rvis. si' .ns Pnxqr Six la -l'!U'i'r' .m.-......,...........-,,,, .,... A., ..... .srs,mn.n.,.,..,.,-. W. .v ,mn-, ,.....4,..-..,-1. ,sr .. ...,.... ,-e,A..-,..,, ff-, Top row: The band makes V for Victoryg Red Cross. Clnscrtj G. A. C. takes G. R Second row: F. F. A. bows to Hi-Yg Band maneuvers. U17 Third row: A for Angola: off the floorg Nice one, Buck B. Fourth row: G for Garrett. Fifth row: Off the floorg Hi-Y again defeats F. F. A. Un the Bwihafddl 41004 K i Z? l l s s i l 1 l i l ,. if u J . cf-.3 , . r ff 4, X l I .V .b 1 ' P, A A Q V it - -at iw. at-, ,Q 'fxtlzlg-.wah ' wtf ' " " Top row: "Youthful" Virginia Smith: Thats hard on Gayle, Paulg Lilae school girls-Be .--igi+:+ii.Q. 1.13, Q ' tu' N .. Libbey NV. and Walla K.g A picnic or .1 house party--Aldrich. George, Zuher, Puckett and Gouidy. Second row: Mickey and Billye Nell are still dancing, Billye Null Certain in her younger days, Lois Xveaver and her dog, Smokey: Chaddickg Smry--years ago! Third row: Billy Dotson and E. Tiffany, .1 pair of Grains, Virginia and Julia, Pliers in the making. Fourth row: Going some place, klune Quas ,ind Maxine Rhine5mith?q A. Care, P. Baker, XV. Hendry. K. Parrish, NV. Brown, and xl. Hubbell: Ever drive a truck, Yavonne?q Playful girls-Agner. Nelson and Crain at camp: Glenna Mae Golden. ir- Puri SiXfV1-lil Uacfea of fb I' . I' ?QLTi- 3'- w-lf' .I P:-ES .I I I 325 . I2 2 fi" ' ' -- U -,.. 1l!l' , puqpiL- .rl ADMINISTRATION SENIORS CLASSES ACTIVITIES SPORTS 'HF' 'zfafziellaf fn Gamez, anim-Seniofzi ganguei Memories of the junior-Senior banquet always linger long after the event. This year the banquet was held at the Kendallville country club on Thursday evening, May 28. The theme was "The Navy" and decorations and favors beautifully carried this out. The address of welcome to the banquet was given by Wendell Zimmer, president of the junior class. and the response by john Strait, president of the senior class. Other talks were given by David Emerson, June Hubbell and Miss Shultz. Dinner music was furnished by popular records. A floor show was a new feature of the entertainment. This show included Norm and Dean and "The Three Shades", both vocal groups and a dance team, all entertainers being from radio station XVOXVO. Music for dancing was provided by the country club orchestra. Ga Rl, The Masonic Temple was the scene of the annual Hi-Y and Girl Reserve hop, held on Tuesday evening, February 17. The decorations consisted of red, white and blue crepe paper streamers. The music was provided by records played over a loud speaker system. A floor show with Don Bennett as master of ceremonies provided extra entertain- ment. After a grand march, refreshments of pop and cookies were served. The Girl Reserve and Hi-Y Clubs were entertained by the LaGrange G. R. and Hi-Y groups on December S. Entertainment consisted of dancing and a movie comedy. Refreshments of pop, sandwiches and cookies were served. School Pazziiei An all high school skating party was held at the Circle Park skating rink at Ham- ilton Lake on October 21. Both spills and thrills were experienced. Refreshments of soft drinks were served. The party was arranged by the student council. The seniors sponsored a defense party early in January. Defense posters deco- rated the walls and pillars in the recreation room. Matching pieces of pictures cut from magazines served as the means of finding partners for the refreshments. Music for the dancing was provided by the loud speaker system. The floor show provided ex- cellent entertainment. Defense stamps were given as the prize for a contest. A school party was put on by the juniors in March. The recreation room was deco- rated with black and crimson streamers to carry out the junior class colors. Dancing and games provided the entertainment with a community sing as the high light. All will remember "Deep in the Heart of Texas." Refreshments were served. The sophomores gave a school party on April 10. Dancing and games provided the entertainment along with a variety program. Decorations were in the class colors, black and white. Refreshments of cake and ice cream cups were served. The freshmen sponsored a school picnic at Hamilton Lake at the close of the year. lu fl 1 .-Q' .. ., .-.HR-v . ..,., ..........,..i-wnmfs.-.mn.mmviiimmnnmxnmlmu 'imlu ,9- Top S900 be a lioi Brown. Thi Billy Lu F01 ful. Juli and Arn riaeiowl Need Walter, Anna?: Isn't Be-rtn Lee vnte? I. 13? row: Pl'k1CllL'lllf3,',HOlb'?Q Max takes np lrnss clrnni: lllziyful frosli, .Ian-lc Smaller, Jnkw Hnllingeig Rziynio Kiess, Burdette Nelson, Hayle Grabill. nd row: Ralph Martin: "Extra" Sniitfoi-clg Mick has 'Q-unipuny-Wlio is lmeliind the Q'llIllP'l'il'?l Clin Q 159 party, Kathryn Parrisli, Par Baker. their clinpei-on, June Hnlmliell. Annu Cure, Phyllis F014-k. Wim rd row: Iiitelligeiic-9 stands out all over tlieni, Noreen XVells, Genw Cotiiezx Burton Nivliols, Sarah We C i iignvi-lie-1: Cliarlie Hntl-liins1 Lonclzi pose-s fur n picture: Put :incl Annu Marie ilesilngg Duiinie and Wi 1 B. practic-e jitterbng-ing: Ruthie. lBelowr Rntli Heil. irtli row: Three- .luvlisiwliere-'s Jill'?: Donnnlnlle Guodliew: Betty XV5'utr in her younger clnysg He vl a--Zeke and Windy are danie-rons guys: lahovel .lean Hull: BEIIQ' l-Znsley: Are those good, Mari-Jeii oln '? Pniqv Sivfj'-xrzl I r 5 l l i i mmf! -- DWG DON - - f '53 1523 1-11 September-- 6 9 11 , 12 il xg l ' 16 1 If iv 12 V 74 I - F W- l wg -School begins! -Hornet hurlers defeat Metz. -Ag boys attend Montpelier fair. -Angola downs Scott Center. -Girl Reserve picnic at Ifox Lake. -Angola 9: Orland 7. -American Goverment class wresents cha el T' pYOgI'.lITl. -Iflint bows to Hornets. -Fremont takes baseball tilt. -Salvation Army singer in chapel. -Student Council members elected. -Band in parade at Auburn fair. SH-Angola smashes Salem. Kln.Iul7cI'-- A-Hamilton defeats Hornets. lil ll 1? I4 l f -Vluniors sponsor box social. Nelsoifs side wins Kia subscription contest. -liaseball tourney. 'LVILIHIUTN SI.ll'f Ul.lf5lLlC XVUI'li I,7l'UICCt. C. R. and Ili-Y formal initiations held. -Xie'-.ican speakers entertain. -l nfl of hrst six weeks. -Nlr. lzstrich speaks in ehapel. il-l !.illf.n- een earnival at st-Iiunl buildine. x f'r1 i l .s .r1.f.!iilwtIf'- 'f.1r. f,-.rtain tall-.s to lli-Y about use of 'Qlill . --llf-iltl'i ITHIUIC in chapel. if 1' ffriffl Schedule 7 -Angola downs Butler in first basketball game. Band maneuvers in gym at game. Dr. Davis from Purdue speaks in assembly. S. G. R. conference at Garrett. 11-Armistice Day program. 12-Junior wreath delivery starts. I4-Kendallville downs Hornets. 16-Speech class presents chapel program. IS-G. R. Pa-Ma-Me get-together. 19-Rev. Humfreys speaks at Thanksgiving chapel. XVaterloo 39g Angola 36. Z6-"The Latest in Footballf, play by speech Class. Decernber- I-LaGrange entertains G. R. and Hi-Y Clubs. 2-F. F. A. banquet held. S-C. R. Christmas party. 10-Sophomores present English play "Almost Everyman." 12-Angola smashes Albion. 19-Hornets defeat LaGrange. Zll-Christmas Cantata in gymnasium. 24-Christmas vacation begins. H 1 , rx F9 P3 ' A ,' - .f. - f ---1-m.1n1.-m vnwm.: V-mwvmmvwvrmzxmwnnvrrmmm rmmanwunanm rmmn w WlHm 5 ' 5 e January- 5-Back to classes again. Movie on "Know Your Money' is shown. 9-Angola socks Ashley. 10-Hornets down Garrett. 15-Angola talies county tourney! 17-juniors collect waste paper. 1 23-Mrs. Chapman tells of Pearl Harbor bombing. Auburn game there-Angola 33: Auburn 41. First semester ends. ZS-Accordion pupils give chapel program. 30-Angola downs XVashington of South Bend. 31-Hornets lose to Goshen. 'Nz l 0 -G -'Nw-S February- -!-Seniors sponsor defense party. 6-Angola smashes Hamilton. 11-Student Council presents pageant. 13-Avilla bows to Angola. 17-G. R. and Hi-Y hop at Masonic Temple. 18-G. R.'s see movie "The Land of the Free." 20-Butler game there. 11-Business women entertain county senior girls. 12-Albion College orchestra presents pro- gram. Seniors take class tourney. 13-"Rip Van XY'inltle" play in assembly. 16-Hi-Y mother and son banquet. ZS-G. R. conference at Elkhart. 31-Senior class play "Growing Pains." April- 1-More "Growing Pains." Wfide Libey dis- cusses Philippine Islands. .1-X-Easter vacation. 7-G. Rfs have South American program. junior class party heltl. 10-Sophs sponsor school party. 11--Mixed chorus wins state contest at Butler. 13-End of fifth six weeks. IR-Band wins second honors at Columbia City. ZS-Hornets defeat Ashley. 30-Fremont downs Hornets in Conference game. May- -?-G. R. installation of oihcers and senior swing out. Sugar rationing. S-Di Immortales publishetl. 6-Student day. Awards presented in chapel. 24-Baccalaureate services. 28-Junior-senior banquet at Kendallville. 29-Grade carcls out-school ends! High school commencement. ZS-Rev. XVhitehouse discusses Lincoln. 26-Sectional Tourney at Auburn. .TQ March- 1 1-G. R.'s attend Catholic Church in group. 2-Juniors sponsor school party. E XI 4-"One Happy Familyu presented by speech 9---' f class. ,gg mfg! W- F . 6-End of fourth six weeks. Page Si viii -niil -A Eve 'Q-111:-fra-Qife ' 'if-via,-e,,.'-,v ' ""5'x,1ff?w' - - pf .1 ' v SQ ' . ,P I-, I ,,. .-x L' ' Q irq at ' v X' , - 'Y 1, I, .BJ ,V :.,,.'f, IX, In V 1 N ,ff up vm' Y 151. C 155 ff" Xl V 5 5.3 Q53 Q l Y 'W 'x A F -k I . , ,., .. . . ,Q ' E "" " - ' X is 4-as , -.av-'L . .n-X .. --my ig.. NA wx. 2.21,--y Q . . 'Y ' Gr ' 1: SLI nu XX'l1iLulmL1xc: Tullyg XY'l1.1t's the mnltcr, Nlary .hm-Pg Dnylu is XK'Ul'liillg!Q SITTLII' '1 mg: I'hj.Hv C., .md Ivan NI, are eighth grade grads. i 1'-rn: Happy. Vhmdh lluylcg Qrcclg ,lim Kccklcrg l':cw1'ly Look ix mkmg it cmy. 'ff Wiz". Rf".-.upl,1ys f.x'uqL1ctg Ilrmnnbcllu l1ouLH1cwg T1PlJl7jQj,I.lIllIlg IN fun: Hello, Klux rw.-1 iwrfl gut your fugt wet, ,am-g NI.1I'iIfl'l l'.1yncg Plmyllix "Buck" Iuluk rides .lgjill 1 1 F! r.' """' 'Tv vA . - W- -Vv--,"7'v"fCfl'YTiT7?Tf'UTn1XYUH17fmmE1TTZTRWmlhTFMVfUlU-bIlRH'lUe5Ui.Q5llUhULHAQ , ., N - .- yi Un 7fze Sicfe J. XVells: That girl brings out the beast in me. McBride: Yeah. she's got your goat and will probably make a monkey out of you. + Mr. Kling: Daryl, how is that little Hein- gartner girl treating you? Daryl: Ckay-she keeps me in the dark most of the time. + D. Barnes: Pardon, sir, when does the next train leave for the east? Station Agent: Not for six hours. D. Barnes: When does the westbound go through? Station Agent: Not until tomorrow. D. Barnes: Come on, Emmy. Now we can cross the tracks. -l- Mailman's NVife: Xvhy, paw, you look all tuckered out. Mailman: Shore am, maw. I've been lookin' all over town for a feller named "Fragile.,' +- Iivie G.: Neekiny, I think, is the pastime of fools. Boy Friend: I suppose you're the intellectual type. Evie: No, I'm the biggest fool you ever saw. Mr. Erhardt: Say, it's two o'clock. Do you think you can stay all night? Zeke Brown: I'd have to telephone home First. + The squad of new recruits had been out on the rifle range for their first try at marks- manship. They knelt at 250 yards and fired. Not a hir! They knelt at 100 yards. Not a hir! They moved up to 100 feet. Not a hit! "Tenshun," the sergeant dravvled. "Fix bayonets! Charge! It's your only chance." + Buck: Vfhatls all the hurry? Frosh Fisher: I just bought a text book and I'm tryin' to get to class before the next edition comes out. + XY'indy: Something seems to be wrong with the engine. It v.'on'tl Norma: Don't be foolish. Vfait until we get off the main highway. -I- John K.: Isn't this dance floor unusually bumpy? Ruth Ann: No. I didn't have these corns when we started. 4. Miss Yeager: Lester. to what family does the whale belong? I.. Fenner: I don't know. Nobody in our family has one. Page St"l'Ellf-3'-Oli :qfamni '40 Roscoe Nedele-Tri-State College ,,,,,,,, Donelda Bell-Mrs. Paul Snidle ,,,,.. Eileen Erbe-J. C. Penney Co, DeVon Reese-Wforking ,,.,,,,,,,,,,e,, Leland D. Morrison-Wforking ......... Betty Keckler-Mrs. Don Osborne ,,,,,,, Billie Bassett-Indiana University ,,,.,.. Robert Porter-International College .,..,. Burton Kolb-University of Michigan ,WL Bettie Bassett-Indiana University .,,,,,,,, Norma Hull-Northern Indiana Public S r..,,,,,,Angola, Ind. ,...,.,,,r.,Murray, Ky. ,,,....,,,,.,,.Angola, Ind. ,.,,..,,,,Fort Wayne, Ind. ..Fort Wayne, Ind. .,.,...,South Bend, Ind. Bloomington, Ind. ,,Fort NVayne, Ind. Ann Arbor, Mich. ,,,,,,.,,Bloomington, ervice Co. .... ,.... Richard Bender-Tri-State College ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,r,,.,.,.., Donn Laird-Tri-State College .,..,..,.,., Madolynn Myers-Mrs. Dale Koozer ,,,,,, Jeanne Preston-Hotel Hendry ,,....,, , James Mitchell-At home ,,,. ..,.,..,., Jack Bryfan-Working in Defense ..,,,,.. Louise Griflith-Mrs. Cal Body ...............,...... Margaret Imus-Auburn Messenger Corp. ,,.,,, , Morris Whitlock-Ford Garage ,,i..,,,,...,.,..,. Robert Seely-Tri-State College ....,,.,....., Iona Huntington--Mrs. Robert White H XVilliam Hopkins-oliver College ,,,,,,,,,,, Mary E. Agner-Mrs. Charles Bachelor ,,,,, Barbara Reese-State Sanitorium ,......... Franz Wells-NVeiss Machine Shop ..,.. Hazel Wells-General Electric ,,,,,rr,,, Ellen Green-Working ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, David Sowle-At home ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,, Wauneta Shoup-Bible School ,,,,,,,..., Virginia Kauffman-Hoosier Hills ...,,..., Carlton Wells International Harvester .,,,,, , Joanne Shoup-Mrs. Arthur Booth , ,,,, , John Harvey- Kingsbury Powder Co. ,,,, , Esther Eerrier-Lyle Shankis oflice ,,,,,, Margaret Fast Thomas 5 81 10 ,,,,,,,.,,, .. Lucille Hubbell-William Booth's oflice Ora Sierer-Sierer Body Shop . , Elden Kelley-At home ,, , Marguerite Moore-Tri -State College ,,,, Gloria Deller-Mrs. Max Spangle ,, , Edward Carlson-Tri-State College ,. Donald OSbOYHC1WO1'RiHg Iune Rothenbuhler-Mrs. Merlin Hanely Bettie Mounts-Mrs. james Parker , , Max Moore-Kroger Store , , , Evelyn Stage-XVorking David Hall-W'urking Robert Nlcliinley-XVorking I1 z uf fun ,.....r,,.Angola, ..Angola, ..,,,,.,Angola, ,,,,,,,,Dayton, Angola, .,.,r.,.Findlay, ....Mishawaka, ,,,,,,,,,,Angola, .-..,,,Auburn, ,,.,,,,Angola, ,,,,,,,,Angola, ,,,,,,,,Angola, Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ohio Ind. Ohio Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. ,,,,,,,Olivet, Mich. ,,,,,,,,Angola, Ind. .,,...,.,LaPorte, Ind. ..Angola, Ind. ......,,.,Fort Wayne, Ind. Coldwater, Mich. .,,,,.,,,,Angola, ..Eort Wayne, .......,..AHgOl3, ..Fort Wayne, ,,,i,,,,,,,Akron, ..,,Kingsbury, ,,Angola, W ,..,., Angola, Angola, ,,,,,...Angola, ....,.,,Angola, , ..,,r. Angola, ...,.r.,Angola, . ,,,,,, Angola, . Fort Wayne, Perrysburg, I. .Angola, , ,Angolan Angola, ,Angolan ,Iiort Wfayne, - -- -1-vu:-nv Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ohio Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind, Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind, Ind. Ohio Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Ind. Maxine Dunham--Thomas 5 81 10 ,,,,,,,,,, Edna Mae Eastburn-Purdue University Arthur .Iohne Erwin-Thomas S Zi 10 .,,,., Nancy Jane Fisher-Mr. Batchelet's office .. .. . June NV. Fanning-Garrett Under-Garment Co. ,,,, . Kerger Gartner-University of North Carolina . Robert M. Fisher-Weiss Machine Shop .,,, . Martha George-Tri-State College ..., jack Green-Working at home ,,,,,, .,.,.. Roberta Hanna-Mayfair Chateau . ,,,,,,,,, . Mary Ann Hicks-Dr. Robinson's otlice . Evelyn ll. German-Mrs. Young .. ,,,,,,,,,,,, .. Joe Holderness-Indiana University . ,,.. , Robert Hanselman-Navy ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Dale Ireland-Post graduate ,,,,r,, . Lois Ann Kiser-Tri-State College . ,,,,, . JoAnn London-Michigan State College .r,. Betty Lynn Myers-Modern Store ,,,,, .. Dorothy Miellie-Telephone ollice ..,,,.., ,,,,. . .. Eileen Leane Kling-XValtenberger's Beauty Shop Hal E. May-Dewey,s Auto Shop ,,,,., .. .. ,,.,, .. ,,,,,, .. Inez McBride-Michigan State College Harry Mote-Indiana University ,,,,,.,,,...r, Margaret Helene Munn-J. C. Penney Co. . . . Betty jane Nisonger-Mrs. Gerald Brown .. . Marian jean Orewiler-NVorking .,,,,, Duane R. Rose-Xvorlting at home Harold Nelson-V'eiss Machine Shop ,,,,, Baxter D. Oberlin-Golden Garage ,,,, Ernest Pence-XVeiss Machine Shop .. ,,,,, .. james Rowe-Marines .. ,...,,,...,,. Miriam Marie Simpson-Ball State College . Lucinda R. Sophcr-Tri-State College ,,,,,, .. Robert E. Tiffany--Tri-State College ,,,,,,, LaVon XVells-Dodge Manufacturing Co. ,,,, . NVilladene June Slick-Mrs. Robert McKinley ,,,, Raymond E. Thompson-NVorking at home ,,,,,, Evelyn Louise Wlalters-Mrs. Darrell Coleman .. june L. XVhite-J. C. Penney Co. .. .. Nancy Jane Eisele-Insurance oflice .. . Xvarren Andrews-Soluble Mfg. Co. Xvilla Louise Beard-XVorking ..,,,, .. Ruby Marcella Bolinger-Thomas 5 Bl 10 Constance N. Brane-Mrs. Horace Nichols . Harriet Elizabeth Carver-Tri-State College Marian L. Champion-Gay Barn ,... Gerald Deller-At home ...... . Kimsey C. Dole-Olivet College .. .. ...Angola Lafayette 1 ..........Angola, . Angola ,. ..Garrett, .. Angola lnd. lnd. Ind. lnd. lnd. North Carolina .. Angola Angola s 1 1 .. Angola. lnd. lnd. lnd. Ind. ..........Angola, lnd. Edon, Ohio Bloomington, lnd. ........Virginia . ..Angola, lnd. . ..Angola, lnd. East Lansing, Mich. Angola, lnd. .. ..Angola. lnd. Angola, lnd. lnd. lnd. Angola, lnd. East Lansing, Mich. Bloomington, . .... .. , Angola, ......Angola .Angola .. .. Angola Angola . ..Angola . .. Angola - v lnd. lnd. Ind. lnd. lnd. lnd. ..San Diego, Calif. . . Muncie .. Angola . Angola Mishawaka. Fort NV.1yne, .Angola . Angola, . ..Angola . Angola, Angola Incl. lnd. lnd. Ind. lnd. lnd. lnd. lnd. lnd. lnd. Ill. Chicago, . Angola, . Anderson . . Angola . . Angola Angola lnd. lnd. lnd. lnd. lnd. Olivet. Mich. Page S Telephone ABSTRACTS: Orville Stevens, Loans-Insurance ,,.,.. .,,,,,, 1 51 ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT: Dad Harter, Goshen, Indiana 'Gm Telephone COAL COMPANIES: Angola Brick Sc Tile Co, ,,,CCV------ A255 Linder Coal Co, wwx--AAYYY---MA -Y------- 1 O7-L COLLEGES: Tri-State College ,,,,,A, ---AMv 3 9 CONFECTIONERS: Christy's Sweet Shoppe ,,,,- ---AAA 1 3 DAIRIES: ATTORNEYS: YY'illis K. Batchelet ...,,,. ....... 3 0 Harris NV. Hubbard .,,,, .....,. 6 4 Maurice McClew ,.,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 38 H. Lyle Shank 287 W'ood 85 XVood ,,.,,,,. 148 Gleason 81 Gleason ....,,,,,. 375 AUTOMOBILE DEALERS: Casebeer Sc Arnold ,,,,,,,l....,, 106 Healy Motor Sales ,,,,.,..,l., 42 Helme Si Alwood ,,,,,,,,,,,,. 98 Maxton Chevrolet Sales ,,..,. 41 Steuben Sales Co., Inc. ,,,. 16 BAKERIES: Beattyls Bakery .,.,, 195 BANKS: Angola State Bank ....,,,,... ........... - .v,,,, 1 88 Steuben County State Bank 1 BARBER SHOPS: Adams 86 Clark Barber Shop Brorvn's Barber Shop Fisher Barber Shop O. K. Barber Shop BEAUTY SHOPS: Rainbow Beauty Shop ,,,,,,,.,,,,,. ....... 4 67 XValtenbcrger's Beauty Shop 451 Angola Beauty Shop .,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,. .... 8 0 BOOK STORES: College Book Store ,. 398 BOTTLERS: Angola Bottling Works . ,,., 368 BOXVLING ALLEYS: Angola Bowling Alleys CIGAR DEALERS: XY'illis W. Love Co. 256 CLEANERS: Bob Doyle Dry Cleaning ,,,, ,,,, 2 19 McBride Cleaners .. ,,,,,,,,,,, . 277 Ross H. Miller Dry Cleaning ....... ... H438 CLOTHIERS: jarrard's Toggery 197 Owens' Haberdashery , 112 Ted! Men! Store . 483 uw Sl'lt'Hf1-fUlll' Crone,s Guernsey Dairy ,,,,,, ....,,ss4-J Gaycrest Dairy ,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,, YYYYYYYWIQ 4 S3 Markhue Farms ...... Sunrise Dairy .,.,.. ...929-X ...W426 DENTISTS: Dr. S. F. Aldrich ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 3 04 Dr. Carl E. Ingalls A,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,-, 4 35-L Dr. Wolfe, D.D.S. ..... ..., . DEPARTMENT STORES: J. C. Penney Company ..,... DRUGGISTS: Kolb Bros. Drug Store Kratz Drug Store ............. The Modern Store ........ ENGRAVERS: Fort Wayne Engraving Company Engravers of this book FARM IMPLEMENTS: Shirley B. Call ..,..,,,, C. E. Covell ,,....,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,Y,,YYYY,,, U FILLING STATIONS: Charliels Texaco Service, U. S. No. 27 Mal0y's Standard Service ......,,,,,,,,,.,., Feagler's Mobil Super Service .... North End Gulf and Grocery .... North End Shell, U. S. No. 27 Rolland Dirrim Service ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, Kring 86 Conrad, Sales and Service Tiffany's Texaco Service ....,.... . ..... .. FIVE CENTS TO 51.00 STORES: HaHfner's Se to 51.00 Stores XV. R. Thomas Sc to 51.00 Stores . FLORISTS: George M. Eggleston ,,,,, FUNERAL DIRECTORS: Klinkls Funeral Home .,.,, XVeicht's Funeral Home FURNITURE: Carver Furniture Company ....,,. 71 47 23 ......1-47 90 ...W298 .........337 ...M444 87 ......501 ......480 ......494 97 . 310 . ..,. 362 321 .,,,,.246 fqclueajiaeu GARAGES: Allen Auto Parts , Grithn Garage GROCERS: A. Sl P. Food Market Kroger Grocery Sc Baking Co. Model Food Shop ,,,,,,,,, . ,,,,.. . Percy Parrish Grocery Richardson's Cash Grocery W'illiams' Grocery , , ,.,,,,,, HARDXVARES: Callender Hardware .,..,,.... J:1ckson's Store ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, XVilliamson Hardware Store HOME APPLIANCES: Telephone ,, , M2275 ,, 73 S ,989 , 260 ,,,,l00 9 , ,,,. 72 , ,,,, 169 Hosack's Home Appliances ,,,,, ,,,,, 1 18 Field Home Equipment Co, ,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 35 HOTELS: Hotel Hendry ,,,, ,.,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,,, 3 S ICE CREAM COMPANIES: Lakeland Ice Cream Company ,,,,,r ,,,,,,, 1 62 ICE CREAM AND SANDNVICH SHOPS: DeLuxe Shop Gay Barn Hostetler Insurance Agency , Tri-State Improvement Co. , , 22408-L . ,,,,, 51 Harvey E. Shoup ,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,,,,, ,278 The XVarford Agency ,,,, , , S7 Frank O. Xvatkins ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 6 1 Philip S. Johnson . 2,463 Croxton Agency ,,,, , 6 Brant Insurance Agency ,,,,, H127 JEXVELERS: Holderness Jewelry Store ,,,, ,,,,,,, 6 1 LUMBER COMPANIES: Angola Lumber Company ,,,,, ,, ,,,, ,..117 Daniel Shank Lumber Company ,..,. ,,,, 2 6 MEAT MARKETS: Mast Brothers Meat Market ,,,,,, NEXVS STAND: Mendenhall News Agency ,,,,,,,-100 Telephone PAINT COMPANIES: Economy NVall Paper 85 Paint Co. ,,,,,,, , PHOTOGRAPHERS: Cline,s Picture Shop ,,,,,, PHXVSICIANSZ Crum X Swantusch Knight L. Kissinger PRINTERS: Steuben Printing Company .... Printers of this Annual RADIO SHOPS: Lakeland Radio Supply ,, ,, REAL ESTATE: XVilliam P. Booth ,,,,, ,,,,, RESORT BUSINESS: Bledsoes Beach, Lake James , ,,,,, , RESTAURANTS: Bassett's Restaurant ,,,,,,, ,, Eat Restaurant ,,,,,,,,,,, H Millikan Cafe ,,,,,,.,,, H Unique Cafe Doc,s Lunch Sadie,s Cafe Clark's Hot Dogs SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS: First Federal Sayings BL Loan Assn. of Angola , , ,,,,,,,,, , . W SHEET METAL XVORK: Cecil XV. Swift ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,..,. SHOE REPAIR SHOPS: Angola Shoe Repair Shop Master Shoe Shop STOKERS: Dean Aldrich , THEATRES: Brokaw Theatre ..,...,,,,, - .... -... H TRUCKING COMPANIES: Railway Express Agency , ,, UTILITIES: I Northern Indiana Public Service Co. ,,,,, , 2,272 IU 296 207 29 70 106 837-.I , 221 ,, 117 ,, 579 .242 46 ISU-Y 2 .W26 11 H2105 14 Page Svwzzfj - 5 5'-W Za MMA egmdce Reef zrbo SIlL'Ct'SSfIll7Ij' gzziffmf fbv SC'lliOl' Class of 1942 fl7l'0llg!J fbe gllllll' of liff' dzzring our four years of high svbool. Sbf' bas XXJZIVCLIY 011 1' joys mm' OIII' 1'1'011blc'5. For bar 6f7f01'fs in our fzvfmlf lcv fm' frilly grnfvfzzl. eff ff' IE f " mi Top row: Our faithful busscs and drivers. Sccond row: Yell lmdei-5 in ,ictiong Finale of "The Gdloping Ghostf' Third row: Dance in junior high operettng Learning factory. lfourth row: After fire drillg Llb1'.11'yQ Famous portals. playing, Zfze In 1 Sw wnfyf ,X N . ok. ,YJ Q, rf-' ' T752 n , ll l Q .iq fA2f'r-Q ' 1 X '4-ol 1. f,,.2-'zz Seann Hmm! 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