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We Came to Angola High School
Vive PI'l'Sfllt'l1f1P21IIIlC Fletter
Moffo--B2 C Sharp.
Colors-Blue and Silver.
to Learn from ur Teachers
ROBERT L. BLEDSOE
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quet Committee III: Senior
Play IV: G. Ii. Play II: Christ-
Ras Ilecurating Coinmittee
RAMONA IRENE ZEIS
"Tha joy of J'07lf!7 ana' bralfb
bw' eyes llisplayial,
A1111 casa of hear! ber I'l'0I'-Y
G. R. II, III, Sung Leader IV:
Class President II: G. A. C. I,
II. Girls' Glee Club I, II, III,
IV: Mixed Chorus IV: Junior
Play III: Senior Sextette IV:
l'hristrnas Musiv Program III,
IV: Key Annual Staff Classes
liflitur IV: Trim III, IV:
Spring: Cuiiuert III. IV: Senior
lllay IV: Cfniiziiviiceiiiezit I'sh-
er III. .-Xttendetl Salem High
Svlliurul I, II.
BETTY LOU XVHITMAN
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DAVID L. SMITH
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others say 111 PVOSKRU
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Club I, III. IV: Mixed Chorus
I, IV: Junior Play I's-her III:
Key Annual Staff IV: Dra-
matics Club III, IV: Dramat-
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Senior Play IV. ,
"A 1la11gbfc'r of fbe goals, di-
A1111' 111osf di1'i11aly fairf,
G. Il. I. II, III, Treasurer IV:
Class Vice President IV:
G. A. C. II, III: Band Sevre-
tary IV: Girls' Glee Club III,
Vive President IV: Junior
Play III: Sextette IV: Key
Annual Staff liilitfsr IV: Hor-
n-ft Staff IV: Ilrainatics Club
III, IV: Drainatics Club Play
III, IV: Spring Concert III.
IV: Junior-Senior Banquet
Ciunniittee III: Se-niur Play
IV: Mixed Ch-Irus Vice Presi-
dent IV: Girls' Basketball
T-uurney III, Attenilefl Nnrtli
Hide High St-lm-Q-I, Fort YVayue
KEITH L. FOLCK
"Lif1' is 11 jvsf, a111l all things
I flvozzgln' 50 OIILIU, 1111! IIUZL'
I know if."
Ili-Y II. III. IV: Basketball
II, III, IV: Ilase-Iiall II. III,
IV. Hiwliestra I: Band I, II,
III, IV: .Iuniur Play Property
Iluuager II: Key Annual Staff
IV: Ilurnet Stat? III: Si-nlrir
Play IV: .Iuiiiur-Senii1i- Ban-
luet Cmiiinitt-e III.
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IV: .Iuninr Play Cast III: Sex-
lettf- IV: Key Annual SUIIT
Stall' III: Illveiw-Ita "False
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These boys from the class of '46 have helped make a peaceful
future possible for all of us. They have helped write another im-
portant page in the history of the United States.
From Cloud to Cloud
XVhy not join us in a trip to the dreamy past as we go from cloud
to cloud--viewing each year which the Class of 1946 has spent in the
Angola High School? There have been storm clouds as well as those
that settle peacefully behind the sun after an April rain.
NVe first explore the Misty Cloud to our left where we remember
ourselves as Green Freshies. Wfe somehow imagined ourselves knowing
nothing after holding the opinion of knowing it all. Our Special De-
livery Cloud brought us Barbara Haley, Betty Whitman, Yvonne Hum-
phries, and Margaret Davis-making the total Sl at the beginning of
the year. Passing from the Misty Cloud to the cloud of Better Visibility
-the Express Cloud took Frances Templin, Wayfne Stroh, Marilyn
Erhardt, Barbara Haley, Bob Carver, Nyal Enfield, Mary Imus, Mervil
Ryan, Yvonne Humphries, and Margaret Davis.
On the second cloud-representing us as Sophomores-we received
Don Robbins, George Call, Bob Davis, Billy Dick, Bob Ferris, Margaret
Davis, and Betty Sellinger. By an act of a terrilic storm we lost Darrell
Goodhew, Betty Sellinger, Billy Dick, Bob Ferris, Ben Ohmart, Margaret
Davis, Paul Loman, Mary Richardson, and Fritz Pentico. During our stay
on this cloud we initiated the coming inhabitants of the Misty Cloud.
As we open our eyes we find ourselves drifting through space and
coming to a Sunny Cloud. Pattie Fletter, Wayne Larson, and Ramona
Zeis appeared from a strange new cloud, and the sky swallowed Owen
Richmond, Don Robbins, Margaret Wolfe, Wayne Larson, Junior Bower-
man, Art Hanna, and Kathleen Sutton. During our stay here we had our
Spring Dance and Mary Jean Kohl was elected from our class to be May
Queen. XVe also had our Junior Play, "Lady Be Good," and we were
proud participants in the Junior-Senior Banquet.
Now as we near the end of this journey in the sky we approach a
cloud that is firmly outlined and clearly marks our goal. To View the re-
ward with us we received Midge Jones and Yvonne Humphries, and lost
Bob Blum, Jim Webb, and George Call when they were cast into the
sky. Our class topped the all-time record for Key Annual sales in the
Angola High School history. While we were on this last cloud, as was the
case on each of the two previous clouds, our boys won the inter-class
WU: enjoyed parties, the May dance and especially the Junior-
Senior Banquet. The class play, baccalaureate and commencement
brought to a conclusion our stay on this cloud.
Now as our cloud nears earth from the dreamy atmosphere, we
alight and prepare to serve in the future.
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It was time for us to migrate South and since we wanted one last
fling before leaving the United States for South America in our smooth
little monoplane, the Bluebird, Pattie and I decided to look in on our
class, the Class of '46, XVe flew first to New York City. While there
we decided to pick up our passports. In the government building where
we were to get our passports, whom did we see but our classmate, Bill
Carr. He was chief elevator boy for the whole huge building. Bill told
us that there was a lot of responsibility connected with this job but also
a lot of salary.
As we flew up NVall Street, whom did we find but our friends, Junior
Johns and Dave Smith. They were busy at work in their offices of the
Johns and Smith Corporation. They told us that if we were to go two
more floors up we would find Metta Jean Parr. She was employed as a
comptometrist and a very successful one. Nvhile in New York, we also
saw Bob Elliott in his oflice. He was now Chief Industrial Chemist for
the U. S. Steel Corporation.
Flapping our wings goodbye to New York we went on to Wfashing-
ton, D. C. Here we visited the President. The President was Loene
Kiser-the first woman president of the United States. She had been
elected following the National Kiser Movement. Among her private
secretaries were Roma Lee Penick and Mary Jean Kohl. Loene told us
that she had just appointed a poet laureate for the United States-this
was part of her platform-Eleanor Kabel.
Thinking that we wanted a little relaxation, we went on to South
Carolina, where we heard an all-man orchestra under the direction of
Pat Ritter. The orchestra was featuring tonight two special guest ar-
tists, the violinist, Yvonne Humphries, and the vocalist, Betty Lou Whit-
Going on to Georgia, we found Bob Purdy who had built a dentist's
practice. The sign on his door said: "The only thing we hurt is your bill-
foldf' One of his patients during our visit was Don Nichols, who was
now on a lecture tour which was to cover the whole world. Don told us
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trate Donfs talks if they got too deep for his audience.
Leaving Georgia, we went on to Florida, where whom should we see
but Pat Johnson and Midge Jones. They were both happily married and
living in the South during the winter months. They told us that Bobbie
Hubbard and Jackie Shank were working as stewardesses for an airline
which operated from there. Dee Purdy worked for the same airline as a
At Miami we took in a dare-devil show, at which we saw Dick Mann
and Keith Folck do their now famous act.
From Florida we flew clear over to St. Louis, Missouri, where we saw
Joan Hobbs busy at work as a nurse in a doctor's office. We also found
Ellora Dole busy as a filing clerk at the meat packing plant here.
Next we went to Colorado, where we saw Nancy XVebb, the owner
of the famous XVebb Kennels here in Colorado.
Upon entering Utah, we bumped into Carol Sims who was on one
of her many vacation jaunts. She was now headed back home-to Okla-
As we were on our way to Los Angeles, we saw Bonnie Powers, who
was now living in California. She had iust married a very rich man from
that state. Going on to Hollywood, we saw that second Van Johnson,
Dick Mondhank. He was really "wowing themf' The bobbysoxers were
milling around him so that we had no chance to talk with him. Xvhile in
Hollywood, we saw Beverly Randolph dressing the hair of the actress,
Mona Zeis. NVe also saw the All Stars play a basketball game. Une of
the players was none other than our classmate, Bob Bledsoe.
Now it was time for the last leg of our journey-the final flight to
South America for the winter months. W'e were to keep a rendezvous
with Miss Reed, who was there for a short Spanish course. Saying good-
bye to the States, we winged our happy way southward.
We the Class of '46 of Angola High School, situated in the city of Angola in the
County of Steuben in the state of Indiana, being in an unusually sound state of mind and
memory, do make, publish and declare this our last will and testament, leaving our
cherished possessions, which we have accumulated during our four years of high school,
to the underclassmen and faculty.
We will and bequeath to Mr. Elliott, our principal, the extreme pleasure of saying
"so long" to the most unambitious class he has had to deal with in years.
We will and bequeath to Mr, Estrich our superintendent, our best wishes for success
in piloting the class of "-17" through the trials and tribulations of Commencement acti-
vities as he did our class.
To Mr. Dygert, our math inistructor, we will and bequeath all unfinished algebra
and geometry problems. With us as an example may he convert future math classes into
To Mr. Druckamiller, our coach, and physical ed instructor, we leave all blisters,
tloorburns, broken bones, sprains, cuts, kicks and bruises which we accumulated in his
presence. May he have a large enough supply to protect future A. H. S. students from
To Miss Reed our Latin Teacher, we will and bequeath Julius Caesar's Roman cam-
paigns and South America. We hope they will make things easier for her in teaching
Latin and Spanish students of tomorrow.
To Miss Shultz, English teacher, goes our excess knowledge of English which we
shall not need.May it help her in getting classes over the bump we stumbled on so
To Mr, Hall, our history and government teacher, we will and bequeath all im-
portant dates and ordinances which we mastered, without a doubt.
To the Juniors we will and bequeath our Senior dignity.
To the Sophomores we will and bequeath our good manners and the high sounding
phrases we used to address the Freshmen.
To the Freshmen we give much good advice, which they will have to get from
In addition to these bequests we wish to dispose of some of our more personal
items as follows:
I, Keith Folck, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to wreck cars to Bill Lemley.
I, Bob Purdy, hereby will and bequeath my peaceful ways to "Mort" Meek.
I. Roma Lee Penick, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to crack my gum louder
than anybody else to Brice Clark.
I, Carol Sims, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get A's and B's in English
without opening my book to Claire Smith.
I, Bonnie Powers, do hereby will and bequeath my silly laugh to Patty Harman.
I, Mary Jean Kohl, do hereby will and bequeath my "Properbuilts" to any freshman
with flat feet.
I, Dick Mondhank, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to be tardy every morn-
ing to Don Sell.
I, Donald Nichols, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to steer clear of the girls
during basketball season to Ed jackson.
I. Illlora Mae Dole, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to miss school to Barbara
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I, Pat Johnson, do hereby will and bequeath my bashfulness to Betty Miller.
I, Beverly Randolph, do hereby will and bequeath my name "Pard" to Leo Ott and
Chuck Sheets. I'm returning it because I can't use it this year.
I, Pat Eletter, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to work hard in all stores to
I, Pat Ritter, do hereby will and bequeath my Senior dignity to Mary Alice Myers.
I, Joan Hobbs, do hereby will and bequeath my bad temper to Joe Douglass.
I, Dee Purdy, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to forget names at a crucial
moment to Jo Kundard.
I, Betty Lou W'hitman, do hereby will and bequeath my civics notebook to anv
iunior who may need it.
I, Ramona Zeis, do hereby will and bequeath my dark hair to Shirley Allen.
I, Yvonne Humphries, do hereby will and bequeath my nickname, "Scottie" to any
underclassman that earns it by pinching pennies.
I, Nancy Xvebb, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to catch on to jokes to
I, Jackie Shank, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to argue to john Eldridge.
I, Bob Elliott, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get along with Mr. Elliott
to Lee Sutton.
I, Bobbie Hubbard, do hereby will and bequeath my "pug nose" to Bumpy Eggleston.
I, Metta Jean Parr, do hereby will and bequeath my dimples to Peg Eletter.
I, Midge Jones, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to go with underclassmen to
I, XVarren johns, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to live in this fast moving
world and remain cool, calm, and collected to Chuck Dygert.
I, Bill Carr, do hereby will and bequeath my interest in farming to Dick Shank.
I, Bob Bledsoe, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to iind and wear size fourteen
shoes to my brother Jack.
I, Dick Mann, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to win girls by soft soaping to
I, Charlotte Strait, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to concentrate deeply on
my work to Herb Sanders.
I, David Smith, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to go with girls who have
gone, are going, or eventually will go with sailors to Ed Jackson.
I, Frank Jones, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to skip school without being
caught to Ronnie XVells.
I, Eleanor Kabel, do hereby will and bequeath my willingness to be a passenger
rather than to drive to Shirley Allen.
I, Loene Kiser, do hereby will and bequeath my well worn, size two moccasins
to Molly Hosack.
In testimony whereof, we hereunto set our hand and seal and declare this to be our
Last Will and Testament, this twenty-ninth day of May, in the year of our Lord one
thousand nine hundred and forty-six.
Signed: THE SENIOR CLASS
Per BOB PURDY - BILL CARR
Discipline is defined in the dictionary as the training of the mind
or character, therefore self discipline could be defined as one's own train-
ing of his mind or character.
In most cases all through our grade school career we were told just
what to do by our teachers. Wfhen we were graduated into high school
we were given more freedom by being given in general the privilege of
choosing for ourselves what subjects to study. Now that we are almost
through that stage, we wonder how it will be when we have to make
our own decisions and act accordingly.
During our high school career, many of us have had a chance to
practice self discipline. During the basketball and baseball seasons the
boys who participated were asked to train. This meant getting in at an
early hour at least during the school week, and refraining from smoking
and drinking. This training received, both in playing the game and ob-
serving the training rules, will serve the players well in later years.
The people who play musical instruments must practice for long
hours to become accomplished musicians. This takes self discipline be-
cause there are many temptations which would entice some students away
from their practice.
A fine example of the practice of self discipline in the Held of
science would be Madam Curie. She and her husband worked for years
over tons and tons of pitchblende looking for a mineral, the principal
properties of which they knew but they had not been able to extract
this mineral. Finally, after countless failures, and with the use of the
crudest equipmnt, the radium was extracted. New uses of radium are
still being discovered.
An example of how self discipline helped to overcome physical han-
dicaps would be Glenn Cunningham. After being burned very badly in a
school house fire, he was told by his doctor that he would never walk
again. Vowing that he would, Glenn did all kinds of exercises until he
not only walked but also became one of the best long distance runners
in the world.
The reason Glenn Cunningham, Madam Curie, and many others
accomplished what they did is that self discipline had become second
nature to them. This so called self discipline doesn't come to a person
every time the occasion calls for it but it must be built up over the
years. First one must learn to overcome the smaller problems or obstacles
and gradually work up to larger ones. As far as we, the high school stu-
dents are concerned, right now is when we should be developing our self
Wherever a person goes, whatever he does after he gets out of high
school and what he makes of himself will depend largely upon his self
discipline. A person who gives up and tosses his work aside at every
obstacle, large or small, wil not have the successful life a person has whose
self discipline causes him to go ahead, no matter what the obstacle.
If some one had developed some kind of telescope that could look
ahead into our future lives and give us some warning as to what to pre-
pare for, life would become a simple matter. But as it stands now, we
can't foretell the future, N'v'hen we meet life as it really is, with its com-
petition, physical handicaps, successes, and failures, there is only one thing
over which we have control. It might be called tact, wisdom, personality
or character. But I choose to call it self discipline.
THE TEST OE ONE'S EDUCATION
Today, we, the Class of 1946, stand at the threshhold of a new day.
Our knowledge has not been gained over night. XVe have spent twelve
years preparing for this special day.
We have been guided by parents, teachers, and friends. Wfe have had
the opportunity to learn many things necessary for a successful future,
such as: friendliness, obedience, tolerance, co-operation, and sportsman-
The test of our education is not what we know, but how we apply
this knowledge. If we have learned to make friends, by being friendly, to
obey as well as to command, to praise as well as to be praised, to meet
disappointment with fortitude, to take advantage of our opportunities,
and always apply ourselves to the best of our ability, then these may be
said to be a test of our education.
An educated person has self-control and a true sense of the values
of things. He never goes to extremes. He doesn't become discouraged
because of doubts or opposition, yet he must be able to recognize both.
He must not consider failure or success as final. Education leads to
"If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,
Or walk with Kings-nor lose the common touch,
If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,
If all men count with you, but none too much:
If you can fill the unforgiving minute
With sixty seconds' worth of distance run,
Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it,
And-which is more-you'll be a Man, my son!"
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0 F F I C E R S
CLIF NILSON S
COLORS-Blue and XY'hitc
Xia: Arnold-OU! LA! LA!
Row Xlaric Ashley--A smiling w.iy
Bud Jonas-Gone to Tocvn
Cnirolyn Bcndur-Belle of good cheers
fircta Hodic-Quiet but swuct
lean Boycr-Nlclancholy never
l5.lFb.1I'.l Iiratton-The girl with thu horse
fnirulyn Bush-Rare snmplc
lfiuy C,rumcan-Beautifully curious
Pa ii I Il 1 1113 -four
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Andrew Iimcrson-Guy with .1 book
junior Iiwcrs-Vice president
Betty Fcaglur-She tickles the keys
Peggy Iflcttcr-Dr.imntic.illy inclincd
Angela Ifoutv-She gets :iround
Patty H.irm.in-Uh, those dimples
Loren Heckler-Only shy
Ed jackson-Hu prefers blondes
Corky Johnson-Good in math
Bonnie Kessler-A basketball player
Doris Kyle-A little girl
Lois Leman-Nice things often come in small
Bill Lemley-Laundry boy
Dick Loomis-"Red" knows sports
Dale McClellan-Likes to sing
-lean Miller-She takes the minutes
James Neukam-He does his darndest
Clifton Nilson-Goes with Wgiddyf
Leonard Ott-Corny jokes
Crystal Parrish-Freedom, farewell
DeW'ayne Richmond-He loves life
Dick Romero-Might reserve
Harriet Rose-Demure rose
Barbara Sanders-Aye. every inch .1 queen
Don Sell-A waiter
Marilyn Servis-Tall and blonde
Chuck Sheets-Man about town
Donna Stevens-Nice miss
Lee Sutton-Man of hidden powers
Willa Mae Sutton-Doc
Bob Vfalter-Always loyal
Bill XVarren4Rarely lazy
Ben XVeldon-Toots a horn
Ronnie Wfells-NVavy hair
Burton Wfhitloek-Tall, dark and handsome
Mary Lou NVolfe-Ever eager
Leonard Mitzman-From Tonnawanda, N. Y.
JoAnn Tribby-Newest junior
First iwvw: Blew,-Xi'iiivlii. .It-un Millf-I1 lmn Sr,-ll,
Hwtty' I-'vziilr-r, I-Id .Izu-kswii. Lois I.v:inizi11,
Sr-r-mul row: live Sutton, Patsy Vi-eiiif-xiii, Lziur--1
lliihiiif-nd, Imris Kyle, lsr-nnie Kessler, limi .Ii-nes.
Thiril 1'-iw: Grvizi I-Zmlif-, Imle- Mr-Vlwllziii, Vrys-
tril I'ziri-ish. Dir-k Iamiiiis, Imimu Stem-ine, Huh XYii-
l4'u1irth row: Sliirley' All.-n, Ilona Maris- Ashli-X,
Vlif Nilsun, Mzirgziret XX'oifv, .lr-:iii lfi--yr-i', I.-rin-ii
Fifth row: Marilyn Sei'x'iS. ll:1i'i'i+'t ll-iso, Hill
Iwiiiley, 1,'zii'wlyn Hush, I.r-iriiard tilt. liIIl'lHlI'1i Hrat-
Sixth row: l'l1ll1'k She-Q-ts, Vat I.ai1i1-iiizln, .Iiuiii
Nuiidfiiwl, Andrew lCiiiei's4-ii, 1':iVr-lyii lit-iid-.-r, Hill
Sf-vt-ntli row: llwiiiiulw- Staimq I"fii'rest .lrihnsi-ii,
YYilla Mae Sutton, Us-n XY--ld-iii, Put llairnian, lit--
Eighth row: Pt-9: Fl:-tter. Iiivk Ili-mr-ro, Imr-
harzi Suiiilers. Jim Neilkaiii, Angw-hl 1'-iutz. Iiiwli
Ninth row: LaVr-i'iw Iinstr-relay, Ilonnir- XVMIS.
Mary Lou XV+rlfe. Hurt XVhitl-"ek, 14UI'Il1'l XTaite-, Bob
Tvnth row: Mr. I,Yyg'e-rt,
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Frances Anthony-Gad about
Annette Aranguren-Dark beauty
Mary Lois Baker-What a gal!
Shirley Brokaw-Pretty and popular
Elsie Castner-She'll go far
Don Chaddick-I-Ias a sense of humor
Dick Champion-Quiet lad
Brice Clark-Sophomore Sheik
Bill Crain-The girls look twice
Harold Dowell-Full of fun f
john Elliott-Basketball whiz i
Junior Erbe-Thinks the eighth gradeys okay
Dick Fisher-Everyone's pal
James Harris-Deep thoughts
Sam Harris-Makes A's
Glenn Hauhrock-Cute cluds!
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MOTTO--"A qzzilfvr m'z'vr wins and
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COLORS-Green and Wliite
Mary Jane Henderson-Those eyes
Phil Hull-Hubba! Hubba!
Thomas -lack-Doesn't worry
Burdette Jackson-Likeable lad
Elinor Loomis-Likes shows
Mary Alice Meyers-Clif's gal friend
Alma Mclntyre--Easy going
Ileen Nelson-Not bad at all!
Helen Neukam-Quiet-when she sleeps
Charles Osborne-Sophomore genius
Elinor Owens-Slick chick
Donna Phinney-Pretty lass
Delight Rinehart-Striking red-head
Don Seely-Man about town
Claire Smith-She's okay
Jerry Smith-Clairels brother
LnVerne Smith-Strong man
Donna Shnffei'--Elsie,s pal
Lois Spanglc-Dark and pretty
Dean Sutton-Future basketball star
Jim XY'illis-Small-but-oh. my!
Donna Lee Yates-A quiet nature
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Smitll. Jerry Smith, lilsif- Vaislii-Ar, lil-illi Nvwiuiin.
'l'l1ir1l 1--vw: 1l2ll'S'f2ll't'l Y:uiXY:iun--r, Furl limi,-y,
lilinilr l.--1-mis, Jolm lil-lri-luv, Sliirll-A lliwlliaiw, l'liil
l'xHlll'lll row: Imris Sw-mzin, l.iiYm'iu- Smitli, lv..nnzi
In-Q4 Yule-S. Glenn Ilixlll-1'-wlc, Molly Iluszi-'k. l'lvr3'-'f-
l"il'tli rnwi .lfi.Xnn 'l'li1':1sli--1'. lllrii Vliilnlllivk. llilr-
-li-ttv .lavlisoir Mary Alive Mya-1-s, .lxiliiiir lirll.-, Pliyllis
Sixth row: Divk lfislivr. ll.-len Xwikaixn, lfusil
Millvr, Ileen Xelenn, Vliairlvs HSI-ni-in-, liifnnu Sliziffv-r,
Sm"-lilli r-rw: Sum llzirris, lhilw I.i-nsliury, Slwilii
llzirmzm. Vnarin Sutton, llvliulit llini-linrt, If--ii Steely.
l':iLZ'lIIll l'l'IXY1 Thomas .ln-'lc, Mziry' Jmi-A ll--11111-1-emi.
,Xlmzi BI4'I1it3'l'Q, Brice li'lil1'l-C, .Inuit-S XYillis, Lois
Ninth row: ltol-Q-rt 'l'wi-'lui-ll.
Raymond Scott-Busy ways
Robert Servis-Give him time
Bob Sewell-Boy wonder
Gloria Sewell-Really sweet
Lerl Shupp-Ladies' man
jerry Sims-Easy on the eyes
Phylliw Smurr-Pep! her middle name
Helen Stout-lforever jolly
Donna Sutton-lfull of fun
jerry V.1nXX',igner-Nl.ith shark
Ieane Anne XX'ebb-Ah, those eyes
Mary Ann NX'eleh-l7oesn't worry
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MOTTO-"In 0IH'St'Il'4.'X our
COLORS-Black and white.
Mary Ann XVilliams0n-Boys' delight
Kathleen Wise-Taken by "Leaky"
Paula Albright-Common sense
Owen Amstutz-Mighty mite
jean Anstett-Smile for everyone
Phyllis Ashley-Pretty regular
Hugh Babcock-Always happy
Mary K. Beard-W'inning personality
Barbara Brokaw-Plays Boogie Woogie
Andree Burch-Cheerful air
Joe Douglass-Freshman cut-up
John Goss-Girls like him
Arlene Gould-Likes freshman boys
Jack Harman-Bashful boy
Marilyn Harman-Everyone's pal
Pat Harman-She's Cute
Dorothy Harris-NVants to be a doctor
Marion Jensen-Sweet and friendly
Janice Jones-Cute miss
Marilyn Kling-Xvilling to work
Marysue Kring-A quiet miss
Gloria LaVine-Miehief bent
Ramon Leffel-Slow but sure
Dorothy Magley-Little and brunette
Eugene Meek-Dashing romeo
Mary Miller-Darn nice
Thomas hliller-Winning ways
Greta Mclntyre-Always pleasant
Louella Petre-Little and blonde
Lou Ann Phillips-Interesting
Mary Ellen Redding-Darling smile
Martha Reinoehl--Pensive lass
Martha Renner-NVe like her
Wfilla june Ritter-Determination
Beverly Robbins-Artistieally inclined
Phyllis Ryan-Silence is golden
Morris Eggleston-Beats the drum
Wilbur Fisher-Forever teasing
XVillis Fisher-Never hurries
Robert Heingartner-Quiet but mischievous
Hazel Hopkins-Slightly southern
Marilyn Rahrer-XY'ants to be a nurse
Herbert Sanders-Freshmen romeo
John Goodhew-Loves to argue
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lliirmziii, l':iIi'i1-in ll:iriiiun,
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limi Aim l'lilllil-s.
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liuli lle-iii:::ii'tii1-V, lr'-iw llilsli, Rl-lxin Nwliiifu
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Vine, ll.-li-11 Stout, Ilziiiioii In-tiel, .lqini-'-4
.loin-s, Mzirllin lli-xiii.-it
Si-iw-ntli row: Tom Milli-r, Mzirpsuf-
K1'iliL:', Lum-llzi IH-lr:-, Kzitlilf-4-ii XX'isv, lmim-
tliy Miiglvy, ll.-i-lwrt Silllllr'l'S.
liiglitli r-iw: Mairilyn llqilirlfr, Marilyn
liling, lmlniws Ziiniin-i'm:iii, -In-'li llurmaii,
Mzirlllzi llvilimllil, llzizi-l Hopkins-
Niiiili imw, Phyllis Simirr, lllisli llali-
vovk, lv--linzi Nutt--ii, llulvl-rt Semis, XYillz1
June llith-r, G.-iwnlilimr Sims.
'lkmli row: Mary Mill--r, Iii-xx-i'ly llulv-
lvins. Mary Ann W'-lvli, Vgirl Sliimp, Gloria
Sr-wi-ll, Mary Ann KYilliniiismi,
Iflli-vm-iitli row: Jerry Y:iiiXX':ignei'. Mary
Beziril, Mr. Pertaiin.
Next Yeafs Freshmen
MISS REGISSERS ROOM
MR. HARMANS ROOM
kI.1cli Bledsoe-Little Louie
Twp row: Dai-barn Maison,
lhftty MeEntarier, Dorntlly
Peters-ln, Arlene McClellan,
Junior PentiC0, Joe livek,
linth Itineliart, Mr. Harman,
Set-ond row: Myrna Villa-
1-fn, Juines Shank, Cyrus.lf.hn-
sv-n, Dun Bl u m, lj13l'1lUI'l
lirwin, Bob Stroli, Eugene
Froiit l'0NXfI Stella Bnroff,
Ilene Corner, Susanna Leinley,
1'1lllllX' Rlunwn. Lewis Mounts,
.lainiee 1fis1ng1', I'1fY.lnfi't 111111-
'1'..p 1-ow: Louelln Smith,
Tlnrlu 1li11+rl'. lilolgerf. llnse,
fnnrlrn lianrlolpli, Margaret
L'2lI'l', ,luek 1311,-41-off. Miss ling'-
Si-.twill row: Juanita Imm-
nrvst. Glen I,'iYinf-, Collw-n
Kelly, .1--:ln lYi11iain5on, XYi1-
liziin llznlwliffe, llfvwaiiwl Vlzirk,
1"i-ont row: XVax'a 11eFInLzli'-
Ver, Minnie M1-Ke-llips, lizty-
nnrinl ll-nliv, Denny Llrueku-
-nillf-ig 1,2111 Jones, Virginia
v':ii-peiitexg Katy' lVilliamSon,
Busy Seventh Graders
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Ivnvirl llilIl1lX,3l2ll'llyl'l Hr-nnr-r.
.Minn lwrsif-r, Ii.-Izive 11--4-sv.
Lynn Ifieekinrnn. Mrs. Zimm-fr.
Sen-nnvl row. lb-nlzih mix.
I-Prviwlliy' I'vox.-, I-'ruin-es lilli-Itt.
Marx Imwe. XYilinit li--Ili-r,
Mnrwiu Ihiyve. I-Illen Sny-1--r,
Third 1'--W: Illnine Ni-rh-114.
Marilyn XY4-iss, Norina XYils.-y,
l':1r1rl Il-uleluaiigli. Mara' Ann
Goss. Marry Ann Kivster. Jerry'
Shank. Pailllfi llaiinlolpli, John
Top row: Iarlnml Smith.
I'i"K'el'l5' Miller. Ilwttie Porn.-r.
Ver-ilia .'XI'1i!lgllI'r'Il, Irie-tty Lef-
fel, Helix' lrsluwiir-. In-.11 Tzu'-
lwr, l'linrl+-S Humpliries. Am-is
Ilnndzxl, MiSs Mailer.
Se-wunl row: lY'ill'ltLlIl XYziit+-,
Dun Huff, Iii--ky Smith. lla-
niona Sinnrr, Vnrnm 4'zlr1'u-n-
ter. Iiviingeline :XlNSIllIZ,Bl1ll'I'
Blimrv. Janet Minor, Marry
Harris, XYiIlium I-:owei'ii1ain,
Thii-il row: Maxx S-'lan--l'I'+Ji'.
Ph i l i p Newnzun. Cm'nt-lius
Ilerinnwst. l'1i-'hard M fr +1 k,
Arh-lv ,lolirismr Sue Jan-kswvn,
Pzltri-'i:m l"wI'1'lS, Iwimtliy' IM-m-
ini. Mzirthzt Ilosi-. lli-'hzird
MISS BATES' ROOM
Mary Ann Harris-Mermaid.
Don Huff-Old coins.
Sue Jackson-Riding horses.
Beverly Miller-Glass dogs.
Mary Ann Moore-Dolls.
Max Schaeffer-Match books.
Don Taylor-Class animals.
MR, DUNN.-XVON'S ROOM
Marcia Lee Boise-Hamburgs.
Mary Ann Goss-Swimmer.
Mary Ann Keister--Dogs.
Max Lowe-Pays alimony.
Marla Miller-Champion horses.
Blaine Nichols-Nut vendor.
Ralace Reese-XY'recks 'emi
Marilyn Renner-Still talking.
jerrie Shank-Still lovely.
Marilyn XVeiss-Dorothy Dix.
Norma Jean XVilsey-Travels.
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Time Who Pfam fir Om' Fzzimfe
An army othcer says: "Our kids. American boys, are
just kind of automatically wonderful. just through our
ovvn tvay of life they get something that makes them su-
perior lighters. They don't have to be indoctrinated and
have it hammered in for months or years. The lighter
pilot flies with his heart. The thing that makes him super-
ior is something they get naturally, something they get
iust by growing up in this country. I think that the thing
that makes them better lighters is an individual sense of
responsibility to what they are doing and a capacity to
think for themselvesf,
High school students who have developed "an indi-
vidual sense of responsibility and n capacity to think for
themselvesv may calmly face the weighty problems of
peacetime life. for these are basic qualities that enable one
to help solve those problems.-Iofvl L. Esfrifb.
As we take .1 post war look to the future from the
dizzy spot on the earth we now occupy, the outlook will
be optimistic if yve stick to a few basic fundamentals that
atTect every life. XVhat are some of these basic things? Let's
name .1 few:
An abiding faith in a Supreme Being.
A respectful and tolerant attitude toward others
regardless of race, creed, or color.
As much training as possible in such elementary
things as the English language and other
basic subjects, and the development of
healthy bodies and minds.
Ability to make and keep friends.
The desire to share with others.
These things are important in the long pull toward a
satisfying llf,C.1f,!LlVXflllI ll. lfflmll.
Board of Education
Mr. Bratton is the president of the board. For the
past five years he has been present at the monthly meet-
ings. At these meetings the board members discuss general
and financial arrangements for the school. the hiring of
teachers and school personnel, and they decide upon school
JEROLD P. ESSENBERG
Mr. Chase takes care of the financial problems which
deal with school life. For the past two years he has served
as treasurer. He replaced NVendell Alarrard last year when
he left for service in the Navy.
Vee wish to thank these men for all their work and
cooperation. We know it is a big job to establish our school
principles and see that they are carried out.
X Mr, Essenberg is serving as secretary of the school
1 - board of Angola. He has been on rhe board for four years.
A Vfhen not in a busy board meeting he may be found man-
aging the local Thomas' five and ten cent store.
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CLAYTON H. ELLIOTT
High Svbool Prinfipal
G. WENDELL DYGERT
EMERY L. DRUCKA-
NHLO K. CERTAIN
GirI's Physical EJ11n1fi
ELNA G. HUNTER
all N" 3
'l'-qw 1'-'xv' li-,lo-rt Iflliiliavoii. Hairy lie-2iNSe-l', Lillie lPf:XYitt. 43ei'trutli- Hurt, Betty
Fr-,tin-i's. Kelty 15, ll-Weir, Vern Myers. Tli.-lnlu lit-plinf-V, Ijlnn Hunter, .Ir-lin L. l-Istrieli.
Miilfll.. 1--.wi Milf- K. 1"-i'Iaiii. l':ll'lt-'IT' llI'llK'k2lllllllfl', Iiuniifv lim-il, G. NK'enflell Dygert,
l':ivil1n'- Vi-i'iieliiI-. Vlilllv-l'lll'A 5"lII'lflr'I', Lmlrai Ilellt- Plate-S, Corn Ke-vkler, Harold Iilnrmnn.
lf!-'lt-fin ron lliil-3' Shultz. lliith St:-iw-iis, LaYernv Hardy. lluris Ii"l'l'CleI'. Lily Kohl,
GW-n 1'-'ln'-r. l'n1'l-zirzi l'!ai'rilizi1't. Mary t,'zltliei'i1ie Lippiiii-nn,
These are the men and women who are helping us to Hnd the right way of life,
and to see that we spend our twelve years of school preparing for a bright future. XVe
believe that some of the credit for our future success should go to our teachers.
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Our cooks and custodians have had the task of seeing that our school functioned
properly throughout the entire year, XVe appreciate their elforts in providing for us
comfortable surroundings and good meals. NVe also appreciate the work of our tratlic
Cool-Qs: Nlrs. Kunkle and Mrs. Stevens. Custodians: Bill Kloepfel, Raymond Freef
man. lpdward Vlohnsori, Harry Sowle, Pat Hall. Traflic oliicer: Theodore Hopkins.
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Under "Pop" Certain's watchful eye the
typists are hard at work.
Busy Future Citizens
A class in home economics H are stirring up
some appetizing dessert, cookies perhaps or cus-
tard pie. Miss Kohl directs the process.
The junior and senior agriculture boys waste
no time in their shop. Mr. Elliott enrefully dem-
By an .1rtist's deft strokes, L1 beautiful pic-
ture takes form. Mr. Brown supervises.
These budding chemists under Mr. Estrich's
supervision, are working with test tube. torch,
Mechanics in the mal-ting are grouped in the
shop, Mr. HlfH1JH'S students become experts.
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shzgv. WX' Zulu' 17010, H5flIxQX,,, gizwz Xf7t't'l'lN'X, Ll7rvSc'111'w1' plays, mm' j'f'1IL'tl'
in ppp Xt'SXf0lIS.
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Thu sufzims will flVt'Xt'1l1l ibm' final auf 011 fbis sfagv flu' Jay 011
nfrivfw flnjx l'l'l't'flt' flvvir Jipfollnzx.
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To Find and Give the Best
T..p r--iv: Peggy lfletter. l1arliai'qi Sanders. Jackie Shank, Bobbie Huhhard, Harriet Hose, Jean Miller, '
Mary Alive 1lXel's. J--an Kiintlzird. Beverly llantlulpli, Marilyn Se-rvis, Elinor Owens. Phyllis Porter, Lois ll
Spangle. Shirley lsr--knw. Molly Hosaek, Patrit-ia Liiinr-inan, Carolyn Sims, Ileen Nelson, Margaret XVolfe. i'
Miss an-,-i-S. ans- nee-i. il
Set---ii-l row: Marv .lnne Henderson, 4.'arol5'n Pender, Lornzi YVaite. Donna Stevens, Patty Harman, Don- 5'
na Phinney. Mary .lean Kohl. Pattie Fletter. LaVerne liasterday, XYilla Mae Sutton, Yvonne Humphries. 3
lrllltiixi Blitz- lnwle, Ju Anne Thrasher, l"onna Shaffer, Marx' Lon NYnlte. Mary Lois Baker, Carolyn Bush, Miss !
Thirti roxy: Ilninoiia Zt-is, llilse Marie Aslilvy, Alma Mt-lntyre. Claire Smith, Tlellfffhl llineliart, Eleanor il
Knhel, lfiuiiiwes Anth.-ny. .lean Boy.,-iz Doris See-111311. Elsie Castner, lloina Lee Penii-k. Nancy XY:-hh, Barbara 4
Biuittoii, Pat Ritter, Vliui-l--tte Strait. Angela Foutz, Hetti' Miller, Bonnie Kessler. Miss Lippincott. f
1-Hinrtli r..iv1 Min Shultz, 1:1-K-in Ilutiie. Lot-ne Riser, Betty Lou XX'liitnian. liar-hura Dee Purdy, Pat John- gy
sun, Hi-nnie P-iw.-rs. Alarsaret Yan XYagner. Helen Neiikzun, Elinor lim.-inis, Midge Jones, Joan Hiqlilws, Pat- 5
sy iQ'rein.-an, Shirley Allen. lwnna Let' Yates, Crystal llarrish, llonnalee Stage, llc-lla Jean Parr, Lois Le- il
main, l'-iris Kyle. 1
5:-ii Monday evening.
High school library.
Miss Meyers, Miss Reed,
Miss Kohl, Mrs. Stevens.
Mrs. Myers. Miss Lippin-
eott. Mrs. Zeis. Mrs. Sut-
ton, Mrs. Iistrieh.
"To find and gixe the best
lv fitir purpose true. earnest.
honest: and our slogan to
fate life squarely too."
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The Girl Reserve Club was organized in 1927 under the direction
of Miss Kathryn Dewees. Any girl in the sophomore, junior, or senior
class is eligible for membership.
An outdoor sing and three joint G.R.-Hy-Y meetings were held
At the meetings many interesting talks were given by outside
speakers, among whom were Mr. Shank, Mrs. NY'liitrnan, Mr. Hall, Rev-
erend Maynard, and Nlr. Phillips.
The annual Pa-Ma-Me Banquet was held March 12. The theme
of the banquet, "An Old Fashioned Garden," was carried out in dec-
orations and program.
The Girl Reserve meetings are always closed by the members'
singing "Lights Out" and repeating the purpose and slogan.
The oiiieers for the year were: President, Pat Ritterg viee-presi-
dent. Betty Lou NVhitmang secretary. Pat .Iohnsong treasurer, Pat Flet-
terg program chairman, Mary ,lean Kohl: social chairman, Loene Kiserg
service chairman, jackie Shankg hnanee chairman, Beverly Randolphg
pianist, Charlotte Straitg song leader, Ramona Zeis.
Hi-Y Club Builds Character
'l"I1'v1'ciW: 1-'oi'r:-st.1oline1vn,Toin .1114-R, 171111 XYgi11..1g 1'1qi1 111111. 11.31111 Sutton, Iieii XY.-111-rn, 1114-lt Mzriin
K1-itli 15-ilvk, Ilnrtoii XYliill--r-k, Iiolv 11le11s4i,., Dnviil Smith.
S.-1-ond row: Vnrl llgiri.-v, I,.ii1i'--1 liivliliionml, Clif Nils-in, Andi"-xv I-Iiiiers-Iii, lilll L--inley. 1'li-'K 111-merw
Mail- Arnold, Ivi-'k llondlinnk, Iivlzin-1 I-Iw--rs. 1:1l1 XY:i1'iwii, Kffitli N-fwmun, Iron Nieliffls.
Third rv-xv: 121111 l"1ll'llK'. 1111-k Inmiiiis, llalff- RI--1'li-1l:i:i, If-in Sf-Il. lie-mail'-l Htt. law- 511111
Clflyve Vlzirk, lion 1'l1:n1i1i4'k, .lllI11'Vl' .1--Inns, Vliuwk Sli'-f-is, Mr, lislrii-Ii
I-'mirtli row: Mig Vertziin, Itri--.A m'l:ii-14, lmii Steely, I:.i1- XYil1i:vins-iii. "hu-'R llyuiart. John
lmwr-ll, Lsini'-'1 ll1"ll111Hll4l. .lini Willis. Ibm lylllolt. 1iw'i':'+- 42111, Mi: Llliott.
in, I'.r1 .Im-1-:soil
ln 1922 Mr. Estrich organized the Angola Chapter of the 1-li-Y
Club, the First to be organized in the State of Indiana. The three sides
of the Hi-Y triangle represent the physical, mental and spiritual sides
of a boyls life, and club activities are arranged to develop all three.
At the meetings, held every other week, were heard a number of
speakers who gave interesting talks. At two of the meetings some of
the boys gave short talks followed by a general discussion by all mem-
The Hi-Y basketball team played two basketball games with the
l:.F.A. during the year. This carried out the purpose suggested in the
"physical" side of the Hi-Y triangle.
Some of the activities ofthe year were the Father and Son banquet
and the G.R.-Hi-Y party. The Father and Son banquet was held at
the Christian Church on the evening of November 12. The speaker
was Rev. Maynard of the Christian Church.
At the beginning of each meeting .1 chapter from the Bible was
read. This was followed by all members standing, repeating the "l.ord's
Prayer." The meetings were ended with the reading of the "XVhang-
doodle," the club scandal sheet.
The orhcers for the club this year were: President, Bob Purdy: vice
president, Dave Smith: secretary, Forrest johnson: sergeant-at-arms,
7:00 Monday evenings.
Room 110 of Angola High
"To create, maintain, and
extend throughout the
community, high ideals of
Key Staff of 46 .1
W5 V i -5 i It is customary for the senior class to undertake the
5 QE 5 work of publishing a worthwhile annual. This year not ll
Ja I 5 3 ,,, I S only those on the staff, but everyone has done his bit in l
' "' A, . ' ,T-A helping to make this book a success,
.J -e -- CP' i i . . , . . is
, ' N' VJ -' ' s. , Editor-in-chief, Pattie Pletter, and assistant editor, ii
is N Betty Lou XVhitman, have expended much time and energy 1
' L' Q '- -we re "1 in the making. Business manager, Bob Bledsoe, and assis-
I 5 tants, Don Nichols, Dave Smith, and Xvarren Johns, have
really worn out some shoe leather obtaining .ids and taking -ll
? ' lj 2 5 ' ' ' ,, 1 care of other business matters. Carol Sims and Ellora Dole
WL ' Q 4 X . of the circulation department have really circulated. Much
- H. ' "' credit goes to Pat Johnson, art editor, and assistants Barbara
It A 4 QV, K Hubbard and Frank Jones, whose brilliant and original 'l
. C ' V e ---5' ideas appear herewith. Feature writers, jackie Shank and l
R: Metra Jean Parr, have really scraped up some nice features i
V 4 V 4 l Qif you know what I mean.j Snapshot editor, Mary Jean K'
V T: fl 'I ,A W ' 13 'v I Kohl and her assistants Loene Kiser, ,Ioan Hobbs, and Bev-
. M , 'Q erly Randolph, got some pictures some people wish they
" Wi, "" Q2 . .-,,., in I hadn't, but then they have done Z1 swell job.
1 'fr W f f
'-5 XY'ithout the help of Ramona Zeis, Bonnie Powers and
3, 'A Bobbie Hubbard, who arranged the classes and told a little
fk bit about each one of us, this book might not have been so
,7. .f Y , - 4 Q interesting. Bob Elliott and Dick Mondhank have given us
' " ' cry - V the year's activities in athletics. Pat Ritter and Yvonne
v 1' Q " T7 Humphries have taken good care of the music department.
. f This year's calendar was reconstructed by Roma Lee Pen-
? WA M akj xr ick and Midge Jones. Information concerning those who Y
' ' "W " 'W -' have gone before us was gathered by Dick Mann and Keith
S W Folck for the pages of the alumni in the back of this book.
V r- , F -Q , L Although this book is of a serious nature we have let down E
" 'N I: " . f fm - and allowed those two funny men, Dave Smith and Yvarren
: 'Y V 'r 'AI Johns, to supply this book with jokes. l
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f A " I ' j 3 Xvhen .1 person leaves a world, he usually leaves a will. E
,. r' A , V Yvell, Angola High School has been the world of this class Y
for the past four years and now we are leaving it. Bob
, Purdy and Bill Carr have prepared our last will and testa-
-,fl 7- fi -I " A 5? 1-X ment. All classes have a history and welve really left one. '
, 7- X It has been collected by Carol Sims and Eleanor Kabel. -
-' " I "' Charlotte Strait and Pattie Fletter have prophesied what l
I ' ' ' great and wonderful things this class of '46 will do in the V
vw S 7 i future.
"Q Say haven't we forgotten someone? NVhy, yes, we
-- Q , 3 mustn't forget our names-Nancy W'ebb and Dee Purdy l
. - A- ' D Z? g -organizations. l
, I W I .,.. Miss Shultz has been the faculty adviser. 1
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"Copy's Due Today"
The Hornet is the mimeographed school paper published by the journalism class.
The hrst edition of our school paper was published in 1918. The first name given
this paper was The Kev. It was later called The Spectator, but in 1935 it was called The
Hornet, and the name has remained the same since.
One of the most outstanding issues of The Hornet this year was the tournament
edition containing pictures of the first team and the reserves, and also many tourna-
The course in journalism is taught to give students experience in interviewing people
and in writing articles for publication. ln addition to publishing The Hornet, the jour-
nalism students write articles concerning school activities for the Steuben Republican
and Angola Herald.
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Azlgola H igb Srbool
p .i".'.1rtl his been presented to one boy .ind one girl
The srtnlerits ,ire selected by lficulty votes. The criteri.1
.igmg the Zvinners .ire honor. courage, le.1tlership. .mtl
Q Iii :lie xlifnvil.
The 'L inner. in the fliss ul. '46 were lhiitl Smith
li". ligiti l'x'1l'il,
'IU-ii ron, lkiirw in llitif-r. 4'lirii'l-'ttf Strziit.
l"i'fii.t 1-Viv: 111111 lib-tiff-Q-. Iiiili lilliiitt. Iwn Xii-lion,
The greatest distinction given to seniors of Angola High School is membership in
the Nationll Honor Society.
Eifteen per cent of the class are eligible. They are chosen from the upper third
of the class ranked .iccording to scholastic records .ind .ire selected on the basis of scholar-
ship. service. citizenship. .ind character. Those given the honor this year were: Bob
Bledsoe. Bob Elliott, Don Nichols. Pit Ritter. and Charlotte Strait.
Every ye.ir each member of the Nltional Honor Society contributes one dollar to
the scholarship fund. The fund is maintqiined to lend to members of the society or to
graduating members of the high school who need the money for college.
The locnl chapter of the N.1IlO1l.1l Honor Society was started in Angola High School
in 1935 .ind the total membership is non' ISI.
Election of oriicers was held .it the first meeting of the ,ictive Honor Society. Char-
lotte Strait vvm chosen president: Pit Ritter. vice president: Bob Bledsoe, secretaryg and
Xlr, Elliott. treasurer.
ANTI-.RICUXN LEGIOX .-XXV,-XRIJS
or the px-t t'otirt-en ye.1rs the American Legion citi-
seiiinr this The .-Xngoli lost No. 31 makes this
l'li lffifg- It
uidt: to the Future
The Student Council WAS founded in order to create .1 greater .nnount of cooper-
.ition between tlie students .ind tlie faculty .ind to provide opportunities for students to
become better citi7ens.
Under th: gL1itl.inee of Xlri. Arnoltl .intl Xlr. Brown tlie council iinislietl ii xuecewful
Year. A few of the .ietivities of tlie council were eetting tlites for Qclinol pirtiex, Nellinq
b.1slietl:v.ill Sclietlule pencils .ind Hornet buttons, tlie election of clieer leatleiw, .intl Qecur-
ing chapel progixnne for the second xeinexter. Tliei' .ilso had clurge of tlie Klip' Dince.
The orlieers for tlie year were: President. Bob Purdy: vice president. limb Elliott:
Secretary. Forrest xlohnsong reporter. Clmrlotte Stixiit.
I lr row, i'iillw'ii li.-Ili-V, .l.iiif-tJ1il'lmf-. lT1+l'l-:ir.i l1I':lI!"!l,.lmlllllr-,XIIIMA XY.-i-L I'li'i'l1x .Xflili-i, l',ir .Ioniz-
N if-n.l in-nd Mrs, .Xrii-ilii, Lois S1-xinxl--, lnittii- I'-'rn--i'. .li1l.ii Iilliwtt, Hwfn ,Xinxi iff. l1--- ii Ndwiii, KIM'-
tlii If-nnfrr. 1'li:ii'li.tt.- Ftiuiit,
I :toni i---xi" I'-'ri'--Nt .Inline--ii, Iuih- Mr-Pl.-11.in4 I:..i, ljllioii. Ianni I'ni-Ili. lurk Vi- vi Xhllirii li i
Piltqu l5ui'fj -ii'1
Future Farmers of America
ga Q sb
Ilqwli rf-w Mr lilliiiit. I,iiX'.-rn-- Sniitli. 11111, XY:ilt'-i'. .leri'y Smith. I'eXVriyiie Ili--linionfl.
liflti. N.-sviiiziii. 11.13111--inl Scott. Hvxffii :XIIISLHIZ
a1ii1-11-- yr-,xv Iliiiwl-ite .lziwlqsnih llol-wrt '1'xvil"1i4-11, 11-rli Sniiil.-rs. Dirk Aiimlrew, T.f1lIl'r-l Iii-:he
ini-ii-1. 11i-l- Sf-luis, .I--rrv Yarn Xlkiuiiel'
1'i-int ri-xx Phu-lt Sh.--rts, .lxini--s N.-nkxini. llill l'1ll'1'. Ili-'It Sliilllk, llill Vrziin, .lr-lin I-Illlwtt.
The Future Farmers of America is an organization for farm boys who are interested in farming. It
was OI'g.1I117CLl in Angola in 1931 under the supervision of Mr. Elliott. Every boy who takes vocational
agriculture is eligible to join the EEA. The meetings are held the first Tuesday of every month.
The Angola chapter held its annual father and son banquet at the College Inn on December 4.
County agent Emerson Myers was the guest speaker.
In November the Angola chapter otlicers attended the otlicers' training meeting at Garrett.
Our chapter sent two delegates to the annual state convention at Purdue University in April.
A program of work was set up for the year in which scholarship was stressed. The annual Hi-Y.
l'.l'.A. basketball games were also planned. The EEA. alumni game was won by the alumni. The Angola
15.11.-X. basketball team defeated the Coldwater EEA. members on March 13.
In December the Angola chapter sold Christmas trees. The county commissioners furnished the
trees from the extra growth at the county park, The Angola chapter received half the proceeds from the
lifty members and former members of the l5.l:.A. served in the armed forces, one of whom. Dan
lf-arnes. paid the supreme sacrihce.
The chapter also supervises the purchase and sale of ice cream bars, cooperating with the Girl
Reserves in the project.
The officers for 19-16 were: President. Bill Crain: vice president, Bill Carrg secretary. Dick Shankg
treasurer. Chuck Sheets: and reporter, .lohn Elliott. Mr. Elliott is the sponsor.
l't1'fw I urls -1 lmgffl
Words Will Be ur Wealpons
'Pop i'-nv: 31411-.Xriwl-1, Vlirivlc Uslr-vrii.-, tfluui-k Sli--Q-ts, I"r'wI livin.-ro. .lnlm 1411.11-i-luv, 'I'-ini .lm-kl Ilurton XYhir1...-I,
Melvin Xomliiie-, liuaff-iw Meek, Keith Nr-ivnnin, IMI- S,-elv, lid J:i--ks-rn.
Miflillezw-xv: 1Iaii'5'.l:1l1r- Ili-iiwlwiwi-ii, Penny I-'letteii An:-r-lu I-'--utx. Mi-IIN H-'sn-k, Mgirv Aliw- Rlvirf, IIN-ii Nwle.-ii
Bob YVilli1ill1soii, .Ii-lun Iilll-itt, Furl Sliupp, ll'-len N.-ilkqini, Iili--1-gi Intl., lqirgh- I4'l,,U+-r,,I1i.iu livili-1411-il, 1"li:1i'l-,ite Strgii
Claire Smith, Mary Lou XY:-lI'e
I Illlll 1 fu. .lt.1iiliw-AXiiI1'- XX f-lil.. nrt tu Ihnli.-, I-Il:-un'-1' Kiilwl, Shirley All-n, Alina: AI- Intvrf. If-ii.XiiizI'liil1ii's.M.irtlut
'lferll!le'l'. Betty Im!! lxrlllllllilll, llw- l'ui'ilN, Sheila Hairinsin, Phyllis .Xslllfqy Miuijisiie Iirine, Blnrllizi Ilwiii--felil, I'IiAlli
Ryan. I':lt1'imi.l Hxirinziii, liunnir- l'wxvn-rs. M:ii'ilXii Hiirliinii .Jean Xiist--tt lT'!l'l'l -I I' Ii ii l'ii li l utii ii I itlii
, , A . f ms.-, ft .- .s , ', -U-'Q 1'
The speech class of 1945 organized the Alpha Delta Chi, the Angola high school
dramatics club. Its membership is open to anyone in high school who has previously
The Club has a membership of fifty-three. The nrst meeting of all active and inactive
members was an initiation dinner at the Gay . arn on November 7. After the initiation
ceremony, informal stunts provided the ente' ,inment.
The club's colors are black and white: the motto, "All the XVorld's a Stage," and
the flower, the white rose.
The Club sponsored "The Scrapbook of '-l6," an all-school variety show. Th:y also
presented three one act plays on March 22. The plays were "Nobody Home," "Buddy
Answers An Ad." and "l'll Be Whiting."
Th: first semester orlicers were: President, Nancy Webb: vice president, John
Elliott: secretary, -Ioan Kundardg treasurer, Jeanne Anne Webb. Second semester: Presi-
dent, john Elliottg vice president. Nancy W'ebbg secretary. lleen Nelsong treasurer.
Jeanne Anne Xvebb. Mrs. Hunter is the club sponsor.
Page Ferry -nine
"Kind Lady." the senior class play of '46 was presented on Tuesday and Wfednesday evenings, April
23 and 2-4, in the high school auditorium. "Kind Lady" was written by Edward Chodrov and is a story
of character study and mystery. The action takes place in the fashionable London home of Miss Mary
There is a prologue by means of which the story is introduced. Mary Herries, who at the moment is
able to free herself from the power of those dominating her life, starts to tell the story of her virtual
imprisonment to a banker. Mr. Foster.
Then Mary Herries' story unfolds on the stage. Mr. Henry Abbott. a gentleman of the world and
.1 seoundrel representing himself as a beggar, comes in from the street with Miss Herries on Christmas
Eve. He worms his way into the household and with the aid of several friends gains much power and
forces Miss Herries into .1 state bordering insanity. Her hope gives her strength. This hope nearly vanishes.
however, when she tries to explain her predicament to an art collector, Mr. Rosenberg. She knows Mr.
Abbott and his friends, the Edwards, are listening. She manages to give Mr. Rosenberg a note, which he
gives to Mr. Abbott on his way out. Then Miss Herries does wonder whether she will ever be able to
free herself. Her best friend, Mrs. NVeston. is killed in an airplane accident. Her aid only could free Mary
This takes us to the epilogue, where again we find Miss Herries telling her story to Mr. Foster. Miss
Herries hands him a note just before Mr. Abbott comes in. There is suspense when Mr. Abbott asks Mr.
lfrister whether she has given him something. Mr. Foster keeps the secret and note and the final Curtain
efimes as the poliee are knocking at the door.
The members of the east were: Mary Herries, Pattie Fletterg Henry Abbott, David Smithg Lucy
Weston. l'at klfIl1I'lNUf'lQ Phyllis Cilenning, -laekie Shankg Rose, the maid, Ramona Zeisg Mr. Foster, W'arren
Iuhns: the Iioeiiir. Robert Bledsoeg Mr. Edwards. Don Nichols: Mrs. Edwards, Pat Ritterg Peter Sant-
ard. Robert lzlliottg Aggie Igdwards, Loene Kiserg Gustav Rosenberg, Robert Purdyg Ada, Charlotte Straitg
the li-utler, Keith I-iilek.
,Xlneh eredii for the success of the play went to the stage erew. the boys of the senior class, who
'JY'l.CLl faithfully to eonstruet the seenery. The work of the students on other committees also contrib-
uted greatly in the final sueeess.
The tomplele production was under the skillful direction of Charles Edwin Shank.
"Daphne," a three-act mystery-comedy drama, was given by the junior class on December S and
6, before enthusiastic audiences.
The action of the play started when Faith Talbott inherited Rockhayen,
an old mansion on the
Atlantic coast. She was joined by her friends there and many thrilling and humorous complications de-
The cast included: Mammy Prue, housekeeper, Bonnie Kessler, Rodman B
rent, attorney, Dale Mc-
Clellan, Faith Talbott, heiress, Donna Stevens: jean Baudette, friend, Patsy Cremeang Lance Talbott,
cousin, Andrew Emersong Fletcher Gearhart. Bob YY'illiamsong Marshall NY'estbrook, Don Sell: Mrs. Alice
Tracy, Faith's aunt, Patty Harman, Laurel Croydon, an unbidden guest and Daphne, the spirit of the
house, Peggy Fletter.
Members of the production staff were: Stage manager, Forrest Johnson: assi
am, Mac Arnold, Ronny XVells, Burton Whitlock, Margaret Wolfe, Donna Stage
Sheets, Lee Sutton, Carolyn Bush, Crystal Parrish: make-up, Rose Marie Ashley
The ushers were Greta Bodie, Betty Miller, jean Boyer, LaVerne Easterday
Rose, XVilla Sutton, Barbara Bratton. The play selection committee consisted of
man, Ben XY'eldon, Bob NY'illiamson, Lorna XY'aite, Patsy Cremean.
Betty Peagler had charge of the music. The string trio, Barbara Sanders, S
Humphries, played before the curtain and between acts.
The play was under the direction of Mrs. Hunter. Mr. Dygert, class spon
sound effects, Clitjf Nilsong prompters, Joan Kundard, Lorna NVaiteg
tickets, Carolyn Bender, Leonard Ott: publicity, Dick Loomis, poste
programs, Pat Lampmanq property managers, Leland Ewers, Lois Leman,
0, Cliff Nilson, Ben Weldon, DeXVayne and Laurel Richmond, Ed jackson,
stants, Bill XVarren, Bob
business manager, Bill
rs, Doris Kyle, Angela
stage constructon, Dick
Dick Shank, jim Neuk-
Lauren Heckler, Chuck
jean Miller, Mary Lou
Marilyn Seryis, Harriet
Bill Lemley, Patty Har-
hirley Allen and Yvonne
sor, supervised the stage
And They Shall
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1-vp " w-nv Ilns 1'zii'Hlvii Ilusli, lmle Mi-Vlellaili, Imn Uliaddim-k, Vliiirk Sheets, Vlifton Nilsun,
I xx. Iv li. ,
I i il Smith, livlrr--n XYlii1l1wk, ll--li XY:iltf-r, Hill ln-'IUII-'j', Morris Eggleston, Harriet lliiwA.1'11ll'ii'i:iLanipinan.
Xlivlillf row .Ivziiiin-Al1i'ie XYPML,M:1ril'1i.lenSen,Lurnal NYaitl-. Donna Sliaffe-r, Je-an Miller, I.aYerne-
rrlnvi Jlwtizi .lv-:in l'zii'i', ICl+-ian-Ii' Kzilwel, JoAnn Tlurusln-i', Elsie Castner, Mziryxue Kring, Mary Lois
l ik IH lf-lsr Mari-s Ashlr-Y, Putlie Ifletti-V, .Ioan Kiiriiizirii, l'!ex'ei'ly Haiiritilpli, .lezln Anstett, imnna Stevens,
ll ii N4-lsnn, Miss l,ip1iini-nit.
lr-int 1'--wi In-tty l-'-A1ig'le:1', Lou .Xiin Phillip, Carolyn Reindeer, Audree Bureli, Betty Lou fYliilni:in, lla-
ni ni Zffis. Mzirllizi llviluvrllil, Shirley ,Xlli-n, lmris Kyle-. B1ilI'llYll Klin2', Barluwzi Hratton, Imis 1,4-iimii, Pa-
rii ii J-flins-in, liiwstii 11--Iiityiw, Sheila llarinan. Iirvs-rl3' Ilulii-ins, Mury Ellen llvdcling, lvnnnzi Pluinney,
NI it It lleiiri-Ar, Blzirilyn liarnian, Imimtliy 5l1lg'lf:X.
Nui in piftuiiw-' I'niiiial+-if Single, Jlxirgziret XYfiT1xVIl2,l1tl', ww'-n Anistutz, 1101- I'ur-ly.
The mixed chorus w.1s very active this year, participating in auditorium programs,
the Christmas program, and the spring concert. There were fifty-seven members in the
organization. Betty Feagler was the accompanist.
The otlieers were: President, Beverly Randolph: secretary, joan Kundarclg librarian,
A spring eoneert featuring the mixed chorus, the girls' glee club, and all the smaller
vrieal groups was presenteil on May 8. The theme carried out was the "Seven Ages of
Xian." Nliss lippineott was in charge of the program.
Pai llfl' -lun
l 'Trip Vow: Mary Ann XYilli:inisiin, Ireiiif Iiusli. l':ii'olyii Hush, lmnnzl Sli:iI'l'i'i', .Jmhiii Tllraislii-i', RI1ii'ilx'u
V llzilirer, 4':ii"vlyii liviide-i', l.iii'ii:i XYzi1tw-, Algirilyn Servis, Mitra' Miller, .Xi-1'-iw ilwiild, Mary Iilli-ii lie-iiililiu
XVilln .Iixnv liill.-V, l'li:i1'l1+tt.- Strziit, IIzii'If:il'1i Hiwittflii. Luis Sllilllili-, Iwi--iilix Ilsirris, Ili-tty Milli-r, Patti.
l-'lettm-r. .li-:iii Kuiiiliiiwl, I1"ve1'l5 lliiliil-illlli, Sliirlr-5' Ili'-ikiiw, M-III5' II-wsu-ik. l'iiti'iwi:i Iizliiipinziii, Hiirri.-1
lines-, Vliyllzs I'-ii'twi', lil--lin I,iiYim-,
A1i1lvllvl'1lXY lilsir- 1'ziSlm1i', l-'lwiiivvs Aiitliiriiy, l.i-ii Ann l'Iiilli1vs. .li-ziii Milli-V, lAlYv'l'llr' lizisti-iwlaiy. Alzir-
tliii ll'-in--1-lil, ll.irl.-ui .It-liwn, I5--ltv Iain Xvlllllllllll. lil--iiiii-i' Kzil-el, Vliyllis .Xslil--y, Ili-ris Kyle, Phyllis llyfin
I,nell:i I'-flu-. Ili-sw Mui-iv Ashley, Vrysliil l':ii'1'isIi. Mary I.--is link-Ir, I'-if l'urilxg .lt-gin lmy.-r. If-Inuit Sim'-
wns, Sli-Ailzi Hiirnicin, I-Iliii-lr Hxxwiis. Iii-iiiiif If-ii Kr-ssl.-V, H--I-an Stout, Mzirilxii lflIIlLl, Ib-xt-i'1y Iliihliiiis.
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trii-in Hxirmiiii. lviii--ftliy Miiuliq. Mui-tlizi lieiiiier, NK'lllii Mm- Sutton, Iniiiinzi Sutton, IIN-ii Nels--ii, ,Ii-un .Xil-
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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
The girls' glee club is composed of seventy-nine girls. The orlicers were the same as
those for the mixed chorus.
The music department, under the direction of Barbara Barnhart and Mary Catherine
Lippincott, gave a Candlelight Christmas Carol Service on December 20 in the audi-
torium. The opening number played by the band was "Gesu Bambino." W'hile the band
played "O Come, All Ye Faithful," the mixed chorus, dressed in choir robes, did :1 pro-
cessional with lighted candles. The rest of the program consisted of Christmas carols and
instrumental music. The program was closed by the mixed chorus singing the "Halle-
lujah Chorus" from "The Messiah."
Wherever They Go
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Jn, .Par J--llns-In amd lllilllfvllii ZMS. sung fur the Umm-v1't.
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The Angola High School Band has been very active this year, playing at pep sessions, home basket-
ball games, the Variety Show, the Christmas program. and the spring concert. The officers of the band
were: President, David Smith: vice president. Ben Xveldong secretary, Pat Eletterg librarian. Elinor Loomis.
and property manager, Clifton Nilsori.
Yvonne Humphries, Barbara Sanders, and Shirley Allen were the members of the String Trio. They
played for both performances of the Junior Play, for the Business and Professonal W'omen's Club, for
the Christian Church, the Girl Reserve Pa-Ma-Me banquet, and a banquet at Potawatomi Inn.
The members of the Trumpet Trio are Ben XVeldon. Bob Xvilliamson, and Clifton Nilson. They
played for the Business and Professional NY'omen's Club, the Variety Show, and auditorium programs.
The instrumental department was under the direction of Barbara Barnhart.
BAND MOTHERS CLUB
The Band Mothers' Club has been active this year. The mothers have had bake sales during the year
to raise money for contests and other expenses.
The officers are: President, Mrs. Ottg vice president, Mrs. Eggleston: secretary. Mrs. Romero: and
treasurer, Mrs. I-losaek.
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Hornets on the Hardwood
"Druck" has had one of his best years of coaching this year both in
. baseball and basketball. He was regarded highly by the fans and the other
teams for his coaching ability. The most important thing was the high re-
gard his boys had for him. This was very apparent on the baseball diamond
and basketball floor.
This is Druek's third year of coaching since coaching the Tri-State
College team for several years.
BOB BLEDSOF-Cr'11fi'r. "Louie" set a new scoring record this year
of 2'S points. The old record formerly held by Bob Brokaw was 259 points in
1929. Louie's nne rebounding and clever left-handed shot will be greatly
missed next year. Bob's ability to shoot with either hand and his tip-in
knack made him greatly feared by all opponents. Senior.
DON NICHOLS-lfnrzrurif. "Doo, could always be counted upon
when the going was tough. He was an excellent feeder and rebounder. He
had a good one-handed shot f1'om the corner and .1 good tip-in. He will be
missed a lot next year. Senior.
BOB ELLIOTT-Cutlrrf. "B, G." was the mainstay in the guard line
this year. He could always hit in a tough game and his accurate "one
handersn helped the team to many wins. Bob had lots of fight and a good long
DRUCK shot. The team will miss him next year. Senior.
PHIL HULL'CiIldl'r!. "Phil" broke into the starting line-up in the third game and kept going ever
since. Phil had plenty of determination and was fast. He was very valuable under the basket and had a
good "set" shot from the corner. He should prove valuable next year. Sophomore.
ED -IACKSON-Girard. "Eddie" was one of the smallest men on the team but made up for it with
plenty of tight and speed. He had a good long shot and was very aggressive. He often scored on a fast
break. Kluch will be expected of lid next year. junior.
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Bledsoe 117 74 Y-+9 278 1,
Nichols 711 S3 641 174 Arla 7 Q
Elliott . 69 611 6911 177 fl , f 15' r 7 I
jackson 37 -IS 687 107 fir. . Xl 1 l
Hull 44 44 513 111 4 1 1- 1 fl ffl: Q-It-V 'T-
Mondhanls 12 16 6X7 35 1 6.1 975 3 Na+ ' . '
Folok . 20 11 636 47 l 1 fsi 3 in 11 Q
Arnold 11 20 650 31 '.i'f 4, l 'Q 1 '
D. Sutton 12 9 .444 zs - if T . I
L. Sutton 15 7 S97 32 9 1 iffy, 'ff Yorpryrfl I Z., 3
Team os 2 342 6:6 11134 T1 ' I I
TROPHIES XVON IN THE 19-li.-+6 SEASON
DICK KIQNDHANK-Glnlrif. "XIousie" was another valuahle substitute and always gave .1 good
account of himself when used. Nlousie h.1d .1 good long shot from way out, and also possessed .1 good one'
handed shot. He was valtiahle under the l3.1Cl-il'JO.1l'klS because he was hug. "NIousie" will be hard to
replace next year. Senior
KEITH EOLCK-C1'11f.'1'. "Slats" experienced .1 lot of action this year when "Louie" w.1s having
trouble. Keith scored n1.1ny points on l1is clever pivot shot and he could well he counted upon wl1en sent
in. This is "Slam" last year. benior.
DEAN SUTTON-Eo1'11111'1f, HTTCJIIICH saw little .1ction tl1is year but will prohahly see much more
next ye.1r. He would substitute for "Doc" when the going was tough. He has .1 good shot which. along
with his height. is .1 gre.1t asset. Dean will he counted upon next year. Sophomore.
MAC ARNOLD--Gmlrif. "Mac" was another capahle substitute sent in when things were going the
wrong way for Phil. Mac had a good shot .111d scored quite .1 few points. With this year's experience. he
should he valuable next year. klunior.
LEE SUTTON-G11111'1r'. "Le1ie" w.1s the substitute sent in for "B, Ci." He saw considerable action
this ye.1r. Lee h.1d one of the hest long shots on the team and proved this on the hasketball court. He
should prove .1 re.1l threat to our opponents next year. llunior.
Along with tl1e IC,11'l1 always went student athletic 111.1l1.1gCl'. Tom hlacls. .1 sophomore. and sports
reporter, Red Loomis, .1 junior. Both deserve 111uch credit for their faithful work during the season.
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1-'Vout i--in' I'liiI Hull. Inu- Sutton, Mm- Arnold, FZ-wb Elliott. Ed .Iuvkst-ii.
SEASON IN REVIEW'
The Hornets got off to a good start this season by dropping Rome City in the opener. Angola then
lost its only game of the regular season to Kendallville by four points. The Hornets then whipped
Xlfaterloo, Xlfoleottville, Auburn, LaGrange, Garrett, Butler, Fremont, and .Ashley in succession. The
Hornets easily won the County Tourney then by downing Pleasant Lake, Salem Center, and Orland. XVith
this 11 game winning streak started, the Hornets kept right on going and defeated Garrett, Fremont, La-
Grange, Salem Center, Orland, Avilla, and then routed a highly rated Coldwater, Michigan, team. They
closed .1 very successful season with a decisive win over Butler.
This ye.1r's second team was one of the best Angola has ever had. They won 17 and lost 1 for .1
record very few second teams ever achieve.
The Angola Hornets won the undisputed title to the Corner Conference Championship this year for
the first time in the history of the school by defeating Rome City, W'aterlo0, W'olcottville, Butler, Ashley.
Angola entered sectional tournament competition heavily favored to win. They defeated Scott
Center in their first game S3-19 and in their second game they defeated Spencerville 61-21. They then lost
in the semi-final round to Ashley by a score of 39-38. Ashley then Went on to down favored Auburn
Most schools have cheer leaders, but few schools had as good cheer
leaders as ours. They could really make the "kids" yell. Angola's cheer-
ing section has become noted in this section of the state because of its
spirit and its good sense. The cheer leaders who did such .1 grand job
this year are Leonard Ott, Carolyn Bender, and Chuck Sheets. Since
they are all juniors we can look forward to a good cheering section
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- A The Angola Hornets concluded a very successful baseball season by
winning the County Tourney. This was the first time Angola has Won
the tournament in ten years. The tourney was played on the home
y ' diamond and eight teams participated. It was played on two successive
K IQ., Saturdays, October 6 and October 13, and Angola won their Hrst game
an-yes 1 I from Orland 5-4. The next Saturday the Hornets won two contests, de-
agg, JT, s Q ' feating Salem S-4 and Hamilton 11-3.
1'-'M 'f"W ' The chance to play in the flnals of the Corner Conference was
v' ' f x lost when the Hornets lost their only game of the season to Fremont
. 3 Player A.B. Runs B,H. S.B.
X' ' Elliorr ,.,,. ,etet 2 1 15 6 11
' Nichols 27 S 10 6
A - , Jackson ,,,,,1 ZS 10 9 11
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'Y Shank ,,,, , ., 25 6 4 8
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If-XLI. SCHEDULE COUNTY TOURNEY
gola , 4 Metz , ,,,, ,, 1 Angola ,, ,, .. 5 Orland ,,
gola 13 Whlterloo , ,, I ADg0lL1 H 3 S-llfm 1
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School starts. Enrolled-206 in high school
Dave Smith elected President of Senior Class
G.R. entertains Hi-Y boys at "sing" at the
Pattie Pletter heads Yearbook staff
Bohumir Kryl's All-Girl Symphony Orchestra
Bob Purdy elected President of Student Coun-
Columbus Day program in chapel
G.R. entertained by sponsors
Hornets tvin County Baseball Tournament
Baseball championship celebrated in chapel
Basketball practice starts
1-Li-Y formal initiation
G.R. pot-luck and initiation
Cheer leaders elected
juniors start magazine sales campaign
Faculty party at Gay Barn
Students canvass for National NY'ar Fund
Grade cards out
Nancy YVebb elected President of Dramatics
26 Vacation for Teachers' Association
Seniors take holiday for selling 330 Key an-
Second edition of Hornet
Defeated Rome City 43-27
Obtained Bond Pledges - 561,488
Dramatics Club holds initiation dinner at Gay
l'a:fu Sixlg -four
S Individual pictures taken
9 Angola Hornets bow to Kendallville Comets
12 Hi-Y feed at Christian Church
16 Roy Bodie addresses school on his experiences
Pep session for first home game with Waterloo.
19 Senior name cards come
20 Home EC girls serve dinner
21 Rev. Maynard gives Thanksgiving talk
Hornets beat Wolcottx'ille 38-33
Music department presents chapel program
Key annual snapshot awards
22 23 Thanksgiving vacation
31 Angola Hornets hand Auburn Red Devils first
Pat Ritter and Dave Smith chosen for Pepsi-
Cola scholarship competition
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3 joint G.R.-Hi-Y meeting
4 F.F.A. Banquet at College Inn
S 6 Junior class play
7 LaGrange game here. Won 49-28
S Agri. boys sold Christmas trees at County Park
10 G.R.-Hi-Y meeting
11 junior class party at Gay Barn
12 Garrett game there. Won 43-31
14 Hornets defeat Butler S2-31
17 School dismissed because of cold
18 Angola named site for County Tourney
20 Christmas program given by music department
21 Defeated Fremont 69-14
Out for Christmas vacation
2 Back to school
Two new teachers, Mr. Hall and Mr. Brown
3 Reserves win milk bottle by defeating Fremont
4 Hornets down Ashley Aces 49-36
7 Rev. Maynard speaks at G.R.-Hi-Y
9 Home Ec girls serve school board at dinner
11 Speech class presents program
9 10 ll County Tourney
Angola wins by defeating Orland in the last
14 Tryouts for "Amateur Hour" program
18 Semester ends
Hornets down Garrett 41-32
Dance at Masonic Hall after the game
Z1 joint G.R.-Hi-Y. Mr. Hall tells of his ex-
periences in Europe
23 Grade cards out
Defeated Fremont 65-33
29 Game with LaGrange there. W'on S2-27
Student Council put on program in auditorium
29 Salem Center game here. W'on 68-14
30 "Scrapbook of '-16"-variety show
1 Game with Orland there. Defeat them 44-28
4 G.R. meeting. Mrs. Whitman talks
Hi-Y meeting. Bob Elliott, Bob Bledsoe, Jr.
Johns and Dale McClellan give talks
7 Spelling Contest in auditorium. Pat Lampman
and Dick Fisher were winners. Both received
8 Judge Carlin speaks in chapel
Game with Avilla here
Dance at Masonic Hall after the game
ll Honor Society Members announced. Pat Rit-
ter, Charlotte Strait. Bob Elliott, Bob Bledsoe,
and Don Nichols.
Juniors sponsor ice-skating party at Green
12 Student Council sells "Hornet" pins
Angola hands Coldwater first loss of the season
Rudolph De NVillo entertains at chapel pro-
Last basketball game of our season. Defeat
Dance at Masonic Hall
Sophomores present style show at G.R. meeting
F.F.A.-Hi-Y basketball game
22 23 Sectional tourney at Auburn. Ashley
Seniors win class tourney
Regional Tourney at Fort W'ayne
Mr. Phillips talks to Girl Reserves
State tourney semi-Finals
Di-Immortales on sale
Finals in basketball
Dramatics Club presents three one-act plays
G.R. conference at Elkhart
April Fool's Day
13 District F.F.A. Banquet
22 Easter vacation
24 Senior Class Play
Awards in assembly
G.R. attend church together
Baccalaureate service held
junior-Senior banquet at Potawatomi Inn
Grade cards out
We, fhe seniors of 1946, have afiemleil
Angola High School for fhe past four years fo
prepare ourselves for fhe fufure. The war is over
ana' we are going ouf io help hzzilal a lasfing
peaee. Our fraining here has fazzghf ns fo work
with ana' 11na'ersfan1l the people of our Country.
Some of ns will go oizf to he leadersg ofhers to
VM- sg is our fninre. For fhe frsf fiine zu shall af fually
experienre fha! uhieh ue have been looking af
for fhe pasi four years. We shall miss ihls small
zc'orla', hui fhere are many fhingx ahzazl 0 us,
zehieh we eagerly azeaif.
Wfhile we were in sehool, fha huilaling was
our small zeorlal. XVe lO0kC'l1l out af flu large
zeorla' of the fnfnre. Nou' zL'e an passing on!
the floor of ihis building ana' this on! o doors
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Laugh and the World Laughs With You
If little Red Riding Hood lived today,
The modern girl would scorn her,
She only had to meet one wolf,
Not one on every corner.
R. Zeis: Wfhat do you desire in a husband,
brains, wealth or appearance?
B. Randolph: Appearance, and the sooner the
Wife: Dear, we lost all our kitchen equipment
when our country home burned.
Hubby: Yeah? NVAS it the can opener?
Louie Bledsoe: Could you pass the bread?
junior Johns: I think I can. I moved pianos
A professor is a man whose job it is to tell
students how to solve problems of life which he
himself has tried to avoid by becoming .1 professor,
Judge: Are you sure this man was drunk?
Officer: Vfell, sir, he was carrying a manhole
cover and said he was going to play it on his vic-
He tilted her lovely head toward him,
And bent over her tremulous mouth,
I-Ie gazed intently at her for a moment,
Then said softly, "I'm going to have to pull that
I knew a girl named Passiong
I asked her for a date:
I took her out to clinnerg
Gee! How passionate!
The meanest man in the army is the mess
sergeant who breaks ping pong balls into the
powdered eggs so the men think they are getting
the real thing.
Thomas cat: I'd give my life for you, dear.
Tabby cat: Cheap skate! Nine or nothing!
Don't worry about these taxes.
Grim though they be and dire:
They're only temporary-
Next year they'll be higher.
Dave Smith and Pat Fletter were riding on
horseback out in the country. As they stopped, the
two horses rubbed necks affectionately.
"Ah me," said Dave, "that's what I'd like to
"Go ahead," said Pat. "It's your horse."
Now I lay me down to sleep.
The lecture's dry, the subject's deep,
If he should quit before I wake,
Someone kick me. for goodness sake.
A G. I. haircut is a scrubbing brush that
breathes and talks.
A woman when launching her first ship turn-
ed to the shipyard manager and asked, "How hard
do I have to hit it to knock it into the water?"
In Cincinnati, Ohio, .1 sign on a locked cigar
store read: "Out of cigars, out ot cigarettes, out of
gum, out of films, out of stamps, out of town."
Gloria Aldrich-Mrs. Robert Trier. Norfolk,
Joanna Bartley-Occidental College, Los
Allen Boyer-Discharged from Army, An
Billye Nell Certain-'Beatty's Bakery, Angola, Incl
Mari-Jean Chaddick - Olivet College, Olivet
Robert Dygert-Discharged from Navy.
Betty Ensley-Indiana University, Bloomington
Shirley Erbe-Kolb Drug Store, Angola, lnd.
Margaret Fisher-Tri-State Tool Co.. Angola, Ind.
l'cI i Silly -. wifi!
Ilene Fordyce-Mrs. Joe Reminicky, Angola, Ind.
Don Fulton-Discharged from Army Air Corps.
Glenna Mae Golden-Northwestern University,
Sue Zane Goudy-Kratz Drug Store, Angola, Incl.
.loan Gritiin-At home, Angola, Ind.
jean Hull-Model Food Shop, Angola, Ind.
Edward Jackson-Arniy Air Corps,
James Keckler, Discharged from Army Air Corps.,
Hllsdale College, Hillsdale, Michigan.
XVilla Kope-Mrs. Raymond Davis.
livelyn Pence-Married, Columbia City, Ind.
XValtcr Richardson - Bell Telephone Co., Fort
-lean Sessford-General Electric Co., Fort NVayne,
Evangeline TiH'any-Mrs. Henry Salisbury, An-
Lois NVeaver-Nurses, Training, Chicago, Ill.
Marjorie Yoder-DePauw University, Greencastle,
Donna Anspaugh-Mrs. Carl Shupp.
Betty Bolinger-Mrs. Max Carpenter, Angola, Ind.
Mary Lou Crain-International Business College.
Port Xvayne. Ind.
Georgia DeLancey -- Mrs. Al MaeRae. Grand
Dean Dygert-Merchant Marine.
Delia Fisher-Mrs. Richard Summers, Fort Yfayne,
Evelyn George-Cleveland, Ohio.
Joan Grirliths-At home, Angola, Indiana.
Paul Hollinger-Farming, Angola, Indiana.
Pauline Hollinger-Angola Dress Shop, Angola,
Treva Huntington-Angola State Bank, Angola.
Ronald jackson-At home. Angola, Ind.
Mary Elizabeth Kyle-Modern Store, Angola, Ind.
Betty Leman-Hotel I-Iendry, Angola, Ind,
Mary Lou Martin - NVard Belmont, Nashville,
Catherine Munn-Telephone Office, Angola, Ind.
Barbara Myers-Potawatomi Inn, Angola, Ind.
Mildred June Myers-Dixie Shop, Angola, lnd.
Burdette Nelson-Army Air Corps,
Betty Noragon-Mrs. XY'illiam Lewis Foster, Ifre-
Patricia Randolph - Lemley's Laundry, Angola
Sue Sims-Dixie Shop. Angola. Ind.
Carl Strait-Tri-State College, Angola, Ind.
Eleanor Servis-Shank Lumber Co., Angola, Ind.
Beverly Stevens-Potawatomi Inn. Angola, Ind.
Trois XVagner-Mrs. Loyal NVilson, Angola. Ind
Bill Van XVagner-Navy.
Martha NY'arren-At home, Angola, Indiana.
Noreen Xlfells-Mrs. Gerald jones.
Elizabeth NY'olfe-Mrs. Edward Suche, Angola
Mary Lou Young-Miller-Jones. Angola, Ind,
Donna Zimmer - International Business College
Fort XY'ayne, Ind.
Margaret Zuber--Mrs. Charles Barns, Angola, Ind
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Ellora Dole ,.....,,
Robert Elliott ,,,,,7,
Patricia Fletter ,,,,,
Keith Folck ,,,,..
.Ioan Hobbs .,,..,,,,,
Bits About the Seniors
NICKNAME FAVORITE SAYING
Yvonne Humphries ,r,,,,,,,,,,,, Yonnie
Wfarren johns ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , '
Patricia Johnson ,,,,,,,,r ,,,r,r P . J .,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,
Frank jones ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, M ike ,,,,,,
Marjory jones ,,,,,,, H ...r,, Midge,
Eleanor Kabel, ,,., .
Mary Jean Kohl .,,.
Richard Mann ,,,,, H
Donald Nichols ,,,,
Kiser ,,,,,,, .,,..,,
, ..,,,, Doc ,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,
Metra jean Parr .....r... ,,,,,,, B londie
Rome Lee Penick, ,.,,, ,,,,,, ,
Bonnie Powers ,,
Barbara Purdy ,,,.,.,., ,,,.,, D ee
Robert Purdy .
Patricia Ritter ,
Jacquelyn Shank , ,
Carolyn Sims ,,,, ,
David Smith, ,, ,,
Charlotte Strait ,,
Papfzf Sri wily-lu'o
.. ,,,,,, Robin ,,,, ,.,,.,,, , I
, , ,,,,,, Bev ,,
, .,,,,,, Pat ,.
B. Lou ,, ,,
Romie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .
H1, Jo ....,,,,,,,...,.....,..,.,,..
Let me think ,.,...,,,
Why is that? ,,,r,..
Oh, pot ,,,.....,,,
Oh, gee t,,.,...
Beats me ,v..,,r,,
Holy cow ...., W
O. G. Hey ......,.
Dang. cuss ....,,,.
Beats me ,,..,,.,r
Oh, brother ,,,,,,,r,,,,..
I don't have any ,.,,,,,
Oh, you k1d.,, ,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,.,,,,.t..
control .......... ,.,,,,,
Ah, yes ,,,,....,,,,,,,,..........,...
I don't know ,,,,,,,
Yah, man ,,,,,,,,,.
Take it easy ....,,,,,
I didn't do it ,,t,t,,.,
What a life! ,,,,,,
Huh? ,,,,,,..,.,, ,,,,,
But deinitely ,,,,,,,
Hubba, Hubba ,,,,
Could be ,,,,,..,,
Well, geezil-peezil ,,,,,,r
Poop ,,.,. ,,,,,,..,. ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,
That's a good question ,,,,,
Quit tellin' me to hurryn,
There's a Ford in your future ..,..,,.r,.,.,
Oh, cripe ,,,,,, , , ,.,,,,,,.,,., .
To be a man
See the world
To be happy
To get married
To be a success
I'll Always Remember
junior Play-"Lady Be Good"
Going to Cl'1risty's After Games
Wfriting This Book
G.R.-Hi-Y Valentine Party
Baccalaureate and Commencement "46,'
Topping Key Annual Sales
Pasting Di lmmortales
Cramming for Finals
Won Baseball Tourney For First Time In Eleven Years
Going To Out Of Town Games
Basketball, Baseball Practice
Pat johnson, Junior johns, Mouse, and Nancy Getting To School On Time
Page Sui L'l1f-X'-11177
Orville Stevens, Loans. Insurance ,,,.,,,,,,,,
Dad Hatter. Goshen, Indiana
Van's Sport Shop
'XVillis K. Batchelet ,,,,
Gleason 81 Gleason ,,.,,,,
G. Kenneth Hubbard ,,,,,,
Harris XV. Hubbard ., ,,
Maurice McClew ,,,,,,,,,,,,
H. L. Smith ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..
'XVood 81 XVood ,.,,, , ,
Alvvood Motors ,,,., ,,
Casebeer 81 Arnold ,,
Maxton Chevrolet Sales
Angola Baking Company ,,,,
Beatty's Bakery ,,,, ,, ,,
Angola State Bank , -. .,...., N
First National Bank of Angola ,
Clark Barber Shop
Fisher Barber Shop
Subway Barber Shop
Angola Beauty Shop .,,,,,,,
Rainbow Beauty Shop
Munson Auto Body Shop ,,,,,, ,A,,
College Book Store ,,,,.,,
Munn's Book Store ,,,,,
Angola Bottling Xvorks , ,
Coca-Cola Distributor ,,,,,
Angola Bowling Alley
XVillis XV. Love Company ,,
McBride Cleaners ,,,,,,,.,,,,
Ross Miller Dry Cleaners ,,,,,, ,i,,,,,
Paqf' Sri H113 -juni'
j'arrarcl's Toggery , ,
Ted,s Men's Store ,.,, .
Tri-State Haberdashery ,,,,,,,
Angola Brick 81 Tile Co.
Christy's Sweet Shoppe
Deller's Confectionery ,,,,,,,
Crone's Guernsey Dairy
Gaycrest Dairy ,. ,,,,,, .. ,
Markhue Farms ,,,, ,,,,,,,,
Dr. S. F. Aldrich ,,,,
Dr. L. Steenerson
Dr. S. C. Wolfe...
J. C. Penney Company ,,,,
Angola Dress Shop ,,.,,,,,,
Catherine Shoppe ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
I-Iarman's Ladies Shoppe ,,,,,,,,
Kolb Bros. Drug Store ,,,, .
Kratz Drug Store ,,,,,,,,,,,,
The Modern Store .,,, .,.,
Fields' Home Equipment Co. ,, .. .
Foutz Electric Shop ,,,, ,,,,
Fort NVayne Engraving Company
Engravers of this annual.
Railway Express Agency .. .
Covell Implement Store ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . .,
Martinls John Deere Implements
Charlie's Texaco Service, U. S. No. Z7 .,., S07
Harman's D-X Station
Larson's Filling Station
Tiffany Sc Son Sinclair Service,
Tuttle SL Caswell
FIVE CENT TO 51 STORE:
XV. R. Thomas ic to S1 Stores
Klinkls Funeral I-Iome ..
Weicht Funeral Home
Throop Florist , , . .1
Carver-King Furniture Co. . . .
Angola Garage ,,.,, .1 ,,,, .,
Golden Auto Parts ...............,......... ........
Gulf Tower Service Station .....,,,... .,.,..,
Lonsbury's Steuben Sales Garage .... 430,
Parsons' Garage ,, ,. .. ........,...,.. . ..
Sheets Oil Co. ,,,, . . ..
A. 86 P. Tea Company
Dick's Grocery 81 Market ,,., ,,
Duke s Market W. ,. .,... . ,
Kroger's Grocery Sl Baking Co ..i.. ,I .
Model Food Shop ,,,. ,, , .,...... ..
W'i1liam's Grocery 81 Meat Market ,.......
WU, ffm' Cfzzxx of 1946, giuzfvflzflj' tll'l1,fl'llfl
fbis mllzlml fo Nyal, ll fOl'llICl' IIZFIIIZJUI' of 0111
vlasx, who gan' his lifz' llllfillg ffais jmsf znzr, fm
'XY'illiamson Sl Co .,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,.,... 1 69
Hotel Hendry , ,.A,,,,,, ,,,,, ,Wg..,. 3 S
Hotel Lakeview. Lake James
ICE CREAM SC SANDNVICH SHOPS:
Dixie Sandwich Shop ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,...,,..C,, 579
Gay Barn ,, ,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,. .....,. 3 53
Brant Insurance Agencyw
jacob Insurance Service ,,,,
Philip S. johnson ,,,,,,, , ,,v,,,,,,,,,,,.,... 463
Tri-State Improvement Co. ,i,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 51
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.
George XV. Dygert ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,.....,,,, 392-Y
Prank O. Vfatkins ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,. ,..,i..,, W 61
Roland J. Xveaver .. 4-35
Holderness Jewelry Store .
Clark's Laundry X Dry Cleaning
Angola Lumber Company ,,
Daniel Shank Lumber Co. ,
Mast Bros. Meat Market ,
Dr. M. PI. Blough
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Economy XX all Pa er 86 Paint Co
Clinek Picture Shop
Holland Plumbing Sl Heating Co .,,..,... 303
Romero Plumbing, Heating BL Electric
Service ...i,.,,,,,i,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,-,,,,,, 4--,, 1 33
Steuben Printing Company
Printers of this annual i,,,,,,, 29
Lakeland Radio Supply ,,,,, 70
Bledsoe's Beach, Lake James ,,,,,, ,,i,,, 8 37-J
Bassett's Restaurant ,,,,,, AA,,AY 2 21
Chuckls Lunch ,,,,,,,,,,, ,Y,,Vw 2 33
College Inn ,,,,,,,,,,, Y,V,V, 3 S6
Doc's Lunch ,,,,,,,,,,,, -w,,,, 2 61
Eat Restaurant ,,,s,,,, ,,,,,- 1 77
Unique Cafeteria ,,,,,, 242
Zuber's Eat ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,s,,,,,,,,,,,,, , U S1
SAVING'S Sc LOAN ASSOCIATIONS:
First Federal Savings 81 Loan Association
of Angola ,,,,,,,,,,s,,,,,,,is,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,, 46
Franklin Security Co .i,,s,,, ,i,1,, 2 S4
Badder's Shoe Co .,,.,,,, .,:.,. 1 26
Miller-jones Shoe Co.
SHOE REPAIR SHOPS:
Angola Shoe Repair Shop
Shroyer Shoe Repair Shop.
SHOE SHINE SHOPS:
Shorty, Subway Barber Shop
Brokaw Theater ,, 11
Strand Theater ., 63
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