Angola High School - Key Yearbook (Angola, IN)

 - Class of 1952

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Wg ,F Q, MX E Qfxwzzzzw. Q 3 ,wwqqw A 555' Dedication We, the Senior Class of 1952, wish to dedicate our Key to all the people who have helped us throughout our school years-the faculty, whose patience we have sorely tried at tiines-the husinessinen of Angola, who have never failed to support our projects-and our parents, who have given us so inuch. We realize that without these people, our success in school would have heen iinpossihleg and we wish to say, ff 33 Thank you, everyone, for a wonderful four years. Appreciation We, the class of '52, wish to express our appreciation to our sponsor, Miss Reed, for her guidance and aid through- out our last three years of high school. She realized our hopes and aspirations and was ever ready and willing to help us in their jcZtlfll7Tl6I7f. Always interested in "her class" she often sacrificed her time for our pleasures. As we hid farewell to A. H. S., we exteud hest wishes to "our Miss Reed." Final Class Meeting At last the time has come for the seniors to say good- hye to A. H. S. Always dear to our hearts will he our high school memories. ' Our yearhook paves our way to the future and is our "key" to the past. It is through these pages that we shall always rememher dances, haskethall games, tests, teachers, report cards, classes, and our numerous friends. It is with one last look into the halls of A. H. S. that we step from her floors into the sunny path of the future. With heavy hearts we say, "Good-hye, A. H. S., and thanks-thanks for euerythingf' . First row-Betty and Clark: Janet G.: Mary Fanning: Lee Sell: Monkeys-we think: Greta and friend. Second row- -Seniors in a gay mood: Look pretty, girls: More seniors: Tom Pearson: Pals Fern and Nancy: Got cha, Tom. Third row--'The seniors again: Seniors as freshmeng SuSie's birthday party: Seniors on tt picnic. Fourth row-fSenior totem pole: Hey! You'1l crush her: to ti da, huh: Your hat's too big, Greta: Auction, we'll bet. Fifth rowJHappy birthday: Slumber party: Janie and Nancy: Janie again: Donna D.: Joyce Allen: Stand straight, Fern. Q32 Contents Fdflllfjl Nine Seniors . Seventeen Unelerclensnzen Tloiwjfjizfe Afiizfitief Forzjf-five Spam Sixzjf-seven Our Adviser A great amount of Work goes into publishing an annual. There are a thousand little jobs that need supervision and revision. Someone was needed to keep these many jobs moving. This is exactly what Miss Shultz did. Without her help it would have been impossible to produce this yearbook. With the greatest sincerity We want to thank her for guiding this major project for us. is fs X 5 Qhu 5 iw I Our Principal Mr. McCutchan, our principal, has held this position for only one year. In this year we have profited by his kindness, respect, and fairness to the students of Angola High School. We appreciate the help he has given us and we are confident that he will continue to be of great help to Angola High School. Page Ten Our Superintendent We wish to pause a moment and thank someone who has always been ready to help us. During our four years of high school he has provided guidance to anyone who needed it. It is with sincerity that we say "Thank you, Superintendent Boomershinef' Secretaries "Has a brown billfold been turned in at the oflice?,' One or the other of our able oilice secretaries is never too busy to look. Edith Kunkel has been with us for two years. Joyce Stormzand is new this year and hails from Council Bluffs, Iowa. The seniors wish to express their ap- preciation for the things the secretaries have done for them. Board of Education Is is through the efforts of the Board of Education that our school is successful. They have spent consider- able time in working out the problems of our school and have done this very efliciently. The members on the Board of Education are Carlton Chase, presidentg Harold Stevens, secretaryg and Heyman Wisner, treasurer. lx T' XX Page Twelve F acult EMERY L. DRUCKAMILLER A. B. Indiana Tjniversity: Manchester College: Danville Normal College. Dirccfor of Athletics, Health, History EUNICE REED A. B. Defiance College: Uni- versity of XN'isconsin: Pall State Teachers College: Mc- Gill University: Rocky Moun- tain School of Languagesg Es- cuela lnteramericana de Ver- ano, Mexico. Lafiii, English, Spanish NANCY PAUL I-5. S, Hall State Teachers College. Librarian, Director of Amlio-Visual Erliicafion GEORGE F. KUEBLER B. S. Manchester College. Art HOWARD FELDMANN R. S. Illinois State Normal University: M. S. Purdue Uni- versity. Physics, Biology Claemistry i I C. T. FULLER A. B. Ball State Teachers College: University of Florida. English, History, Dramatics, Psychology J 1 f'fQ4fcL1J'ffP'w"c,U ,lc Qu, YMLLZ- Y! Qzfyycbf . 41531 AN TA CLARK FB. S. Purdue University. Home Economics PATRICIA BECK B. S. Ball State Teachers College: Oberlin Conservatory of Music. Vocal Music iw BERL WALRADTH B. S. Ball State Teachers College. Typing, Shorthand, Business Mathcm atics RUBY SHULTZ A. B. Indiana University: University of Vlfisconsing Mc- Gill University: Columbia Universityg Escuela Inter- americana de Verano, exico. English, I a isrn RM ELWOOD NICHOLS B, S. Central Normal Col- lege: M. M. Jordan College of Music of Butler University: American Conservatory of Music: Vanderc-ook School of Music. Vocal Music, Band F acult JOHN HAMMEL B, S. Indiana University: M. S. Indiana University. Mathematics, Physical Education EVELYN BREWER B. S, Indiana University, Physical Education BURT KEPLER B. S. Ball State Teachers College: Tri-State College? Manchester College. Industrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing JOYCE DUNKIN A. B. VVll63.tOl'l College. yp' g, Bookle i1 g, X I Histor anti? ly Page Thirteen Entire Facult -.. -. , , W I W . X I - Top row-Howard Boomershine, George Kuehler, Arthur Van Matre, Charles llyztn, Curt llathburn, Howard lfeldmann, Floyd K. Metiutehan. Second row-Berl XValradth, Emery Drum-kamiller, Thelma Hephner, Vera Myers, Patricia Beck, Katy Boyer, Eunice Reed, Betty Sharpe, Anita Clark, Burt Kepler, John Hamrnel. Third row-Elwood Nic-hols, Pauline lleiehardt, Laura Frank, Juanita Teegardin. Doris Keckler, Gertrude Hart, Joyce Dunkin, Nancy Paul, Catherine Sehrider, Leona Brewer, Edith Kunkel, Joyce Storrnzand. Front row-C. T, Fuller, Carl Tausig, Mildred Maelvadyen, June Collins, LaVerne Hardy, Ruth Stevens, Jean Plingstag, XVilma Harmon, Ruby Shultz. The members of the faculty of A.H.S. have done much for us during our years in school. With understanding and patience, they have labored to teach us not only the 3 "R's," but good citizenship as well. The custodians and cooks have helped us a great deal through the years. The custodians have kept our school clean and warmg they have helped us with stage sets for the playsg and they have done many other things for us. The cooks have provided good food. To all these people we extend our sincerest thanks. CUSTODIANS AND CCOKS 'Imp row-Vern liasterclay, Willard Crist, Gerald Forbes, llarry Sowle. Ifront row-Clela Eggleston, lmisy Stevens. Marie Ashley. X Page Fiftrwz Page Sixteen Unforgettable Tests Hi-Y and Y-Teens Casbmere Sweaters Our junior Year Parties Corny Iokes Dates Track Meets Fads White Bucks Our Fresbman Basketball Team Grade Cards Sock Dances junior and Senior Banquet Yellow Passes Class Meetings Books Pep Sessions Knitting Mobawks Basketball Games First Day in Higb Scbool H ouseparties Bledsoe's and Summer Vacation Tbe Key Class Picnics Class of ts 5 Baseball Games Tbe Hornet Study Halls "Men Are Like Streetcarsn Week Ends Cbristmas Proms Class of ,S 4 Dramatic Club Plays Assembly Programs Teacbers Mr. Fuller's Go1f't Class Commercial Trip to Fort Wayne "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" "Poodle" Cuts Going Steady May Dances Cold Springs Pegged Pants Play Rebearsals Slang Louie's Cbemistry Class Our "Beanie" Hats Gum Tbemes Mr. Krueger,s Biology Class Sectional Tourneys Assignments Class of 'S 3 "Druck's" History Class Magazine Sales Dri1fer's Training Class Peroxide Dirty Saddle Sboes Class Tourneys Early Morning Breakfasts Our Fresbman Initiation New Year's Eve Parties Lockers Our Singing Commercial Di Immortales Holiday Tourneys Class Day Class Trip Baccalaureate Commencement ' M B, 'S' 'V Ms if Page Eighteen PHYLLIS JEAN BISHOP "She hegaln' tallzing when quite a child, And her talking is far from mild." Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act 1'Hlays Cast. Sophomore? XA C a p p e lla. Choir,,Girls'H,Glee Club, Aipna Delta XChi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Aot' Plays :-Cast, Di Im- mortales Staff, Y-Teens, Girls' Sport 'l Cl' b, Junior: .Qinior Play Cast, A Cappella hoir, Girls' Glee Club, lAlpha Delta Chi, Y- Teensn Operetta Chorus. Senior: 'Senior Play Stage Crew, A Cappella Choir, Hor- net Staff, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act .Plays Stage Crew. NANCY SNOW "Life is a jokeg everything shows it, Once I thought so, now I know itf, Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Band, F. H. A., Girls' Sports Club. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Y-Teens. Junior: OJunior Play Stage Crew, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Band, Y-Teens. Senior: Senior Play Cast, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Band, Y-Teens. Attended Hillsdale High School, Hillsdale, Michigan, I. MARY LOU FANNING "She is gentleg she is shyg Bnt there's nzisehief in her eye." Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Band, Y-Teens. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew. Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Band, Y-Teens. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, A Cappella Choir, Key Staff, Band, Y-Teens. BILL STEFFAN "I ain what I ain and thatis all I ainf' Freshman: Baseball. Sophomore: Di Immortales Staff, Baseball, Student Coun- eil, Mathematics Contest. Junior: Class Vice-Presi- dent, Hi-Y, Baseball. Senior: Key Staff. CHARLES ALLEN KELLY "A jolly pal when things are 3-4375 Ana' a patient one when things go wrong." Freshman: Choir. Junior: Class Vice-Presi- dent, Junior Play Stage Crew, Boys' Glee Club, Mixed Chor- us, Track, Baseball. Senior: Class Sergeant-ab arms, Senior Play Cast, A Cappella Choir, Boys' Glee Club, Hornet Staff, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi. Attended school in Euclid, Ohio, I and ll, and Scott Cen- ter High School, Scott Center, Indiana, III. ARTHUR BRUCE MARTIN "Divided nhetween ,two thoughts each dayg One to work and one to play." Freshman: Class Treasurer, Track, Basketball, Baseball. Sophomore: Di Immortales Staff, Hi-Y, Basketball. Junior: Junior Play Cast, Hoosier Boys' State, Hi-Y, Basketball, Baseball. Senior: Senior Play Cast, Key Staff, Hi-Y, Secretary- Treasurer, Basketball. ALBERT A. GUILFORD "Men of few words are the hest men." Freshman: F, F. A., Safety Patrol. Sophomore: Class Secretary, F. F. A. Secretary, Safety Pa- trol, Mathematics Contest. Junior: Safety Patrol. Senior: Hornet Staff, Key Staff. JANET LOUISE JARBOE "He1'e's to the girl with a heart and a ile, Who 17Z!lk6'S,f bubble of life worth.1gQle.'fX . S Freshman: Girl ' -Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, gqrls' Sports Club. 4'-y , -X., Sophomore: 'irlwxle Club, Y-Teens, F. . A. . Junior: Junio, 'Play Stage Crew, Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Y-Teens, ' Operetta Chorus. Senior: Senior Play Cast, Key Staff, Y-Teens. MARY JANE MANN "Never work, always play, Do it tomorrow, not today." Freshman: Y-Teens, Girls' Sports Club, Home-room Vice- President. Sophomore: A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Alpha Delta Chi, Y-Teens, Junior: Class Sergeant-at- arms, Junior Play Stage Crew, A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Alpha Delta Chi, Y- Teens, Operetta Chorus. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, A Cappella Choir, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Y-Teens. Attended Garfield Heights High School in Cleveland, Ohio, I. THOMAS K. REEK "A lad wh0's strong and quite co1n1nandingg With yards and yards of nn- derstandingf' Freshman: Boys' Glee Club, Manager of Basketball Team. Sophomore: Class Treasurer, Di Immortales Staff, Hi-Y. Junior: Hi-Y, Manager of Basketball Team. Senior: Key Staff, Hi-Y. GLORIA JEAN REED "Never too quiet, never too Say! Always eondnets herself in the right way." Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, F. H. A. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Y-Teens, F. H. A. Junior: Y-Teens, F. H. A. Vice-President. Senior: Key Staff, Y-Teens, F. I-I. A. MARY LEE SELL "A girl who's tall and fair, with a wit as extensive as her height." Freshman: A Cappella Choir, Girls Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Alpha Delta Chi, One-Act Plays Crew, Band, Vocal Quintet. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Vocal Quintet, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Di Immortales Staff, Y-Teens. Junior: Junior Play Cast, A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Vocal Quintet, Hornet Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Hoo- sier Girls' State, Y-Teens, Operetta Chorus. Senior: Senior Play Cast, A Cappella Choir, Vocal Quintet, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Y-Teens, National Honor Society. RICHARD L. FREEMAN "My tongue within my lips I rein, For who talks too much, talks in vain." Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, Key Staff, ANITA MAE LOWTHER "A pepjuy girl of right good will, She has a tongue she ean't keep still." Freshman: Cirls' Glee'Club, Mixed Chorus, F. H. A., Girls' Sports Club, Safety Patrol. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Y-Teens, F. H. A., Girls' Sports Club, Safety Pa- trol. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Girls' Glee Club, Mix- ed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Stage Crew, Y-Teens, F. I-I. A., Girls' Sports Club Vice-President, Safety Patrol. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Stage Crew, Y-Teens, F. H. A. Vice-President, Girls' Sports Club, Safety Patrol. RICHARD DALE ROSE "Small in stature is he: But a man of mighty convic- tions." Freshman: Safety Patrol. Sophomore: Hi-Y, Track, Safety Patrol. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, Key Staff. GRETA LEE SEWELL "Medium in stature, features fair: S h e a' di n g her cheerfnlness everywhere." Freshman: Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha'Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Ma- jorette, Student Council, Girls' Sports Club, Safety Patrol. Sophomore: lvfixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Majorette, Cheerleader, Y-Teens, F. H. A. Vice-President, G i rl s' Sports Club, Safety Patrol, May Queen's Court. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Alpha Delta Chi, Ma- jorette, Cheerleader, Y-Teens, F, H. A. President. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, Hornet Staff, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Majorette, Cheerleader, Y-Teens, Student Council Secretary-Treasurer, F. H. A. Page Nineteen Page Twenty PHILIP HAROLD KREIN "No ieacber ever dared to frown on such a student and such a elownf, Freshman: A Cappella Choir, Student Council, Dra- rnatics Club, Science Club. Sophomore: A Cappella Choir, Student Council, Dra- matics Club President, Soi- ence Club. Junior: Junior Play Cast, A Cappella. Choir, Boys' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, ,Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Hi-Y, Track, Basketball. Senior: Class Vice-Presi- dent, Senior Play Cast, Hor- net Staff, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Hi-Y, T1'ack, Student Council Pres- ident. Attended Lima Central High School in Lima, Ohio, I and II. KATHRYN JOANNE ZIMMER "Her voice changed . lie a bird,sg JF" There grew more ofiflee music and less of the words." Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Alpha Delta Chi, National Poetry Anthology, Operetta Cast, f' I Sophoinhwe: A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Alpha Delta lhi, National Poetry Antlio gy. Jum r: Junior Play Cast, A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Alpha Delta Chi, Band, National Poetry Anthology, State Solo Contest, Operetta Cast. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, A Cappella Choir, Hor- net Stail, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Y-Teens, National Poetry Anthology. BLAINE A. NICHOLS "At radios foe tinkers away, We know l9e'll be famous some future day." Freshman: Band, Safety Pa- trol. Sophomore: Band, Hi-Y, Safety Patrol. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Band, Hi-Y. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, Baud. JACK ARNOLD SELLINGER "He is Ifalliand very slim, But in basketball fee shows luis vim." lf'reshman: Bond, Basket- ball, Baseball. Sophomore: Band, Hi-Y, Basketball, Baseball. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Band, Track, Basket- ball, Baseball, Safety Patrol. Senior: Scnior Play Stage Crew, Key Staff, Band Vice- Presideiit, liasketball, Base- ball, VALRIE ERICKSON "Music is the heavenly art, A loueh of fbe relesfial sfae does zmparif' Freshinanz A C a p p ella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Vocal Quintet, Alpha Delta Chi, Band, Student Council, Michigan S t a t e Music Scholarship, District Solo Contest, State Solo Con- test, Operetta Chorus. Sophomore: A Cap p ella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Vocal Quintet, Alpha Delta Chi, Band, Y-Teens, Girls' Sports Club, District Solo Contest, State Solo Con- test, May Queen's Court, Drum Major. Junior: .lunior Play Cast, A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Vocal Quintet, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Band, Hoosier Girls' State, Y-Teens, Student Council Secretary- Treasurer, District Solo Con- test, State Solo Contest, Op- eretta Cast, Drum Major. Senior: Senior Play Cast, A Cappella Choir, Vocal Quintet, Hornet Staff, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Play Di- rector, Band President, Y- Teens, District Solo Contest, National Essay Anthology, Drum Major, National Honor Society, Salutatorian. DAVID NEUKAM "Worth makes flee marig Wa11t of it the fellow." Freshman: Class President, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Track, Basketball, Baseball. Sophomore: Class V i c e- President, Boys' Glee Club, Hi-Y, Basketball, Baseball. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Hi-Y, Track, Basket- ball, Baseball. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, Key Staff, Hi-Y Presi- dent, Track, Basketball, Base- ball. FERN J. VAN MARTER "Laughing eyes, golden loazrg Glrls lzlze her are very rare." Freshman: Girls' League, Sophomore: Honor Society, Brunch Committee, Executive Board, Girls' League, Girls' Athletic Association. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Y-Teens, May Que-en's Court, Operetta Chor- us. Senior: Senior Play Cast, Hornet Staff, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Y-Teens, Student Council, National Honor S0- ciety, Alpha Delta Chi One- Act Plays Crew. Attended Canopga Park High School, Agora, Calif., l Sc II. ANN ELIZABETH TRAVIS "Cute, Coy and shy was she, A nieer girl yozfll never see." Freshman: Girl s' Sports Club. Sophomore: Alpha Delta Chi Junior: .Junior Play Stage Crcw, Girls' Sports Club. Senior: Key Staff, Girls' Sports Club. NANCY PRUDENCE ALSPACI-I "Nancy is a pretty girl, Likes dances ami parties all in a whirl." Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Vocal Quintet, Alpha Delta Chi, Operetta Chorus. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Vocal Quintet, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Crew, Di Immortales Staff, Y-Teens, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Sports Club. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Vocal Quintet, Hornet Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Operetta Chorus, Y-Teens. Senior: A Cappella Choir, Vocal Quintet, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Y-Teens. JOAN MARIE BALDWIN "A girl who is as handy with an approjiriate wittieism as she is with a paint brush." Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Crew. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Alpha Delta Chi, Y-Teens, Girls' Sports Club. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Y- Teens, Operetta Chorus. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, Hornet Staff, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Director, Y-Teens. DENNY DELLER "Happy-go-lucky, free from care, He ramhles along with a jovi- al air." Freshman: Basketball, Baseball, Student Council. Sophomore: Di Inimortales Staff, Hi-Y, Basketball. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Hi-Y. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, Key Staff, Hi-Y. SUZANNE BETH UNGER "Bright ana' cheerful, sweet aiiil neat, She is the girl we like to meet." Freshman: A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Alpha Delta Chi, Cheerleader, Girls' Sports Club, Operetta Chorus and Crew, Alpha Delta Chi. Sophomore: A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Alpha Delta Chi, Di Tmmortales Staff, Y-Teens. Junior: Junior Play Cast, A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Alpha Delta Chi, Y- Teens. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, A Cappella Choir, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Y- Teens. JOYCE MARIE ALLEN "What should I do with size Wherz I do so mueh without we Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast. , Sophomore: Girls' G 1 e e Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Y-Teens. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Y- Teens. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, A Cappella Choir, Hor- net Staff, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Crew, Y-Teens. MICHAEL CROWL "I hate to work, but I like to play. It isn't my fault Pm made that .' 5 F . :B sketball, afety trol. s a 0 ore: Cl 'ergeant- - S, Hi-Y Ju ior: or Play Cast, Hi-Y. ' Seni r: enior Play Cast, Hornet aff, Key Staff, Hi-Y, Baseball Manager, Basketball Manager, NANCY LOU CLARK "She likes dancing, fun, and jest: But that's not what she likes the best." Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha elta Chi, Alpha Delta C 7 -Act Plays Cast, Cheerlea Girls' Sports Club, Operetta horus. Sophomore: A ppella Choir, Girls' Glee, ub, Alpha Delta Chi, Immortales Staff, Y-Teen Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Crew. Junior: ' r Play Cast, A Cappel Cl 'r, Girls' Glee Club, A ha. elta Chi, Y- Teenhsig eretta Cast. " 1' : Senior Play Cast, AJ pbella Choir, Key Staff, Alph Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Y- Teens. RICHARD A. BRUI-IN "Do your hest ana' leave the rest, Wfhafs the use of w0rry!" Freshman: Alpha Delta Chi. Sophomore: Di Immortales Staff, Hi-Y. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Hi-Y. .Seniorz Senior Play Cast, Key Staff, Hi-Y. Page Twenty-One Page Twenty-Two LESTER A. PEELER "It's nice to be natural, When you're naturally nicef' Freshman: Mixed Chorus, Track, Basketball, Student Council. Sophomore: Track, Basket- ball, Student Council. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Basketball. Senior: Hornet Staff, Key Staff, Basketball. Attended Fremont High School, Fremont, Indiana, I, II and III. DONNA JANE COF AN "A quiet, pretty With a very s disposi- tion." Freshman: Class Treasurer. Sophomore: ixed Chorus, Honor Awa in Music. Junior: Cappella Choir, Alpha Chi, Y-Teens, Girls' Club, Operetta Chorus. Senio nior Play Stage Crew, Cappella Choir, Alpha Delt hi, Band, Y-Teens. A nded Patrick Henry ' School in Cleveland, d East High School in veland, II. PI-IILLIP H. HEALY "He's like all true sportsmen, you hear little about him from himself." F1-eshman:0Boys' Glee Club, Alpha Delta Chi? Track, Bas- ketball, Baseball. Sophomore: Di Immortales Staff, Hi-Y, Track, Basket- ball, Baseball. Junior: Hoosier Boys' State, Hi-Y, Basketball, Baseball, Home-Tfoom Vice-President. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, Key Staff, Hi-Y, Bas- ketball, Baseball. ALICE LUCILLE FAIR "Quiet and stutlious, she leaves behind a host of friends. Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, F. H. A. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, F. H. A. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Gii-l's Glee Club, Mix- ed Chorus, F. H. A. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, Key Staff, F. H. A. Treasurer. JOSEPHINE DEROSA "She is intellectual and re- fined, With brains ana' beauty well covnbineclf' Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Alpha Delta Chi, Student Council, Latin Contest, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Crew, Operetta Chorus. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Crew, Di Immortales Staff, Y-Teens, Girls' Sports Club. Junior: A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, F. T. A., Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Crew, Y- Teens, Operetta Chorus, Jun- ior Play Crew. Senior: Senior Play Cast, A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, F. T. A., Hornet Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, President, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Y-Teens, Presi- dent, National High School Poetry Anthology, National Honor Society. ARTHUR A. HOCKEY "A tall ana' slender blond is he, A A great success we know he'll be. "HQ - Freshman: Student Council, Ma ematici Contest, S phomor Di Immortales Staff, Hi-Y, Student C ouncil. Juniorzdlunior Play Cast, A Cappella hoir, Mixed Boys' Glee Club, Hi-Y. Chorus, Seni r: Senior Play Cast, A Cappel Choir, Key St Y, Boys' Glee Club. aff, Hi- PATRICIA KATHRYN OSBORNE "A loving heart, a dash of fun, ' A sunny smile qornjzose this onef' Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, F. H. A., Girls' Sports Club, Operetta Cast. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Y-Teens, F. H. A., Girls' Sports Club. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Girls' Glee Club, Alpha Delta Chi, Y-Teens, F H. A. Senior: Senior Play' Stage Crew, Hornet Staff, Ke y Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Y-Teens, F. H. A. DONN GRIFFIN "He is naturally very stufli- ously inclined, But his great trouble arises from lack. of time for ap- filtration." Freshman: B a s k e Baseball. Sophomore: Hi-Y, B t b a l l, aseball. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Basketball, B Safety Patrol. aseball, Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, Key Staff, Bas Baseball. ketball, EDWIN WILLIAM SELMAN, JR. "Dark hair, eyes of blue, don't you wish you had them too. Baseball p l a y e r, basketball star, for all of these he's known afar." Freshman: Class Sergeant- at-arms, Basketball, Safety Patrol. Sophomore: Hi-Y, Basket- ball, Baseball. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Hi-Y, Basketball. Senior: Senior Play Cast, Hi-Y, Basketball. Attended St. Ambrose Acad- emy, Davenport, Iowa, last half of IV. BILL LONDON "I don't bother work you see, Anil then work worft bother nie." Freshman: Class Treasurer, Dramatics Club, Band, Hi-Y, Basketball. Sophomore: Class Treasurer, Dramatics Club, Dramaties Club Plays Cast, Band, Hi-Y, Orchestra, Basketball, Student Council. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Dramatios Club, Band, Hi-Y, Basketball. Senior: Senior Play Cast, Key Staff. Attended Keith Junior High School, Indiana, Pennsylvania I and II, and East Lansing High School, East Lansing, Michigan, III. BILLIE TEMPLE MEADE "Nothing is pleasant that is s pzeea' with -variety." 1 . an: Girls' Glee Club. So re: Class Treasurer Girls' 'Club, Vocal Trio, Field I-IO Y. Ju ior: rl ' Glee Club, Voca 'io. Se ' Seni lay Cast, A Cappel Choir, ey Staff, Alpha a Ch Y-Teens, Girls' Spor ub, l 1 Glee Club. Attended Co ington igh School, Barbados, British VVest Indies, I, II, and III. CAROLYN EMMA RANEY "A quiet nature has sbeg But mischief lurks beneath." Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alph,a Delta Chi, Operetta Chorus, Operetta Crew. X Sophomore: Girls' X G l e e Club, Alpha Delt Chi, Di Im- mortales Staff, Y?l'eens, Alpha Delta Chi ,1On,e-Act Plays Crew. , Junior: C la s s Secretary, Junior Play Stage Crew, Girls' Glee Club, Hornet Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Crew, Y-Teens, Hoosier Girls' State. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, Key Staff, Y-Teens. JOANN IRENE MOTE "Happy am Ig from care I'1n freeg Why ean't all of them be like me." Freshman: Girls' Glee Club. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Di Immortales Staff, Y-Teens. Junior: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Y-Teens. Senior: Key Staff, Y-Teens. NORMA A. KUGLER "A disposition that is sweet ana' sound, A girl who's a comfort to have around." Freshman: Blue Tri-Angle, Girls' Chorus. Sophomore: Blue Tri-Angle, Girls' Chorus. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Mixed Chorus. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, Key Staff, Attended Garrett High. Sfwhool, Garrett, Indiana, I and JANET GECOW ETS "She often blushes and drops her eyes, but ne1fer-the- less, Her words are wise." Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Operetta Chorus, Operetta Stage Crew. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Y-Teens. Junior: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Y-Teens, Operetta Chor- us. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, Hornet Staff, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Y-Teens. JOAN R. BECK "Not a saint and not a sin- ner, But a loyal frienrl and win- ner." , ,Q Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, F. H. A., Girls' Sports Club, Safety Patrol. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Y'-Teensf F. H. A., Girls' Sports Club. Junior: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Y-Teens, Girls' Sports Club. Senior: Senior Play Stage grew, Key Staff, Alpha Delta hi. Page Twenty-Three Page Twenty-Foiir DIANA JANE BEATTY "Dark, pretty, sweet and tall, I'1n sure ber kind words would make anyone- fall." Freshman: Class Vice-Pres- ident, Vocal Quintet, Alpha Delta Chi, Girls' Sports Club, Opel-etta Stage Crew," . Sophomore: A Ciappella Choir, Girls' Glee Olub, Vocal Quintet, Alpha Delta Chi, Di Immortales Stafig Y-Teens, Girls' Sports Club President. Junior: Junior Play Cast, A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Vocal Quintet, F. T. A., Hornet Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Y-Teens, Home Room Presi- dent, Orieretta Stage Crew, Alpha, 'Delta Chi One-Act Plays Ksrew. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee iClub, Vocal Quintet, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, F. T. A. President, National Poetry Anthology, National Honor Society. MARY ELIZABETH DAVIS "Her fingers are like anyone's But tbey can make a piano talk as no one else can." Freshman: Alpha Delta Chi. Sophomore: A C ap p ell a Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Chapel Committee, Band. Junior: A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Chapel Com- mittee. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, Key Staff, National Es- say Anthology. Attended Berne French High School, Berne, Ind., I and II. ROBERTA SUE BERKES "Bobbie bas always been tbe spark of tbe class." Freshman: Class Secretary, Girls' Glee Club, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Cheerleader. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Di Immortales Staff, Y- Teens, Student Council, Girls' Sports Club. Junior: Junior Play Cast, Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chor- us, Alpha Delta Chi, Hoosier Girls' State, Y-Teens, Operet- ta Cast, Home Room Secre- tary. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, Hornet Staff, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Y- Teens, National Honor Society THOMAS C. PEARSON "We grant be Qld miieb wit, And wasn t sby of using It. Freshinamv A C ap p ella Choir, Boys' Glee Club, Oper- ettag-Cast., Sophr n 'f1ce:,A Cappella Choir, l.o?s' Glee Club, Alpha Delta h, iAlpha Delta Chi One-Ae lays Cast, Hi-Y. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, A Cappella Choir, Boys' Glee ub, Alpha Delta Chi, Alp , Delta Chi One-Act ,li Cast, Operetta Cast. S ior: Senior Play Stage Crew, A Cappella Choir, Boys' Gl e Club, Hornet Staff, Key S , Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha ta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Student Council. JAMES ALLEN BLEDSOE "Tops in sports, studies, ae- tivities, and tbe bearts 0 bis friends? Freshman: Boys' Glee Club, Track, Basketball, Baseball. Sophomore: Class President, Di Immortales Staff, Hi-Y, Track, Basketball, fgaseball. Junior: Classill resident, Junior P-My Cast, A pha Delta Chi, Alpxha Delta Chi one-Act Plavix Cast, oosier Boys sta eg'::s,Hi-YA. Vice-President, Basketxball, 'Stu ent Council. Seniors' Cl, ss President, Senior Play Cast, Hornet Staff, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Hi-Y, Basketball, National Honor Society. JO-ANNE M. CARR "Friendly towards all, with manners sweet, Tbe kind of girl you'll like to meet." Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, F. H. A. Re- porter, Girls' Sports Club, Operetta Chorus and Stage Crew. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, F. H. A. Re- porter, Girls' Sports Club. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, F. H. A. Historian. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, Key Staff, F. H. A. Historian. ARTHUR NORMAN MYERS "An orderly gent to say tbe least, Sineerity for bizn sball never cease." Freshman: F. F. A., Safety Patrol. Sophomore: Boys' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, F. F. A., Safety Patrol. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, A Cappella Choir, Mixed Chorus, Safety Patrol, Oper- etta Chorus. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, A Cappella Choir, Boys' Glee Club, Key Staff. DONNA LOU DAVIS "Not too blonde-and not very tall, But fair and sweet and liked by all." Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, F. H. A. Vice- President, Girls' Sports Club, Operetta Cast. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Y-Teens, F, H. A. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Cast, Y-Teens, May Queen's Court, Operetta Chor- us. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew, A Cappella Choir, Hor- net Staff, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Director, Y- Teens, Vocal Quintet. SENIOR C Presirlent ,,..,,,,, Vive-Presirlent ,,,, Secretary ,,,. T1'8tlSZL1'61' A,,,,,,A,,-. Sergeant-at-A1'ms Class Colors Class Flower ,,,, Class Motto ,,,, LAS S OFFICERS .mwjim Bledsoe Phil Krein ,.,...Josephine DeRosa ,Lmjeanette Sheets ,,I..Cl1QflCS Kelly ...,.Maroon and Gray ,,,,..,l., Yellow Rose ,,,,f'If It Can Be Done We can Do It" BETTY JEAN SERVIS "A smile for all, a greeting glad, A lovable, jolly way slae load." Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi, Di lmmortales Staff, Y-Teen. Junior: Junior Play Cast, A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Alpha Delta Chi, Y- Teens, Operetta Chorus. Senior: Senior Play Stage Crew. A Cappella Choir, Hor- net Staff, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Y-Teens, National Honor Society, JEANETTE EILEEN SHEETS "A good-laearteal n ,ii ent mazflen IS sb Freshman: ' S' Club, Mixed Chor , Lat' Contest. Sophomo : Gi s' Glee Club, h S, Di Im- morta -, St , Teens. 4 n . : 1 .s Treasurer, Glee b, Mixed Chor- 1 nior y Cast, Y-Teens, I : - lj n Oratorical Contest, Stud nt Council, English Con- test, National Essay Contest, Voice of Democracy Contest, Operetta Cast. Senior: Class Treasurer, Senior Play Stage Crew, Key Staff, Aloha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Crew, Y-Teen Vice-President, National Essay Contest, Voice of Democracy Contest, Na- tional Honor Society, Vale- dictorian. KAYE DENEEN WILLIAMSON "Sbe's not what yozfrl call perfeetg slJe's 710f what yozfrl call bad: SlJe's just like all the rest of us, and giggling is her fart." Freshman: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha Delta Chi. Girls' Sports Club. Sophomore: Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Alpha 'Delta Chi. Alpha Delta Chi One-Aet Plays Crew, Di Im- niortales Staff, Y-Teens, Girls' Sports Cluh. Junior: Junior Play Stage Crew, A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Delta Chi One-Act Plays Crew, Y-Teens. Senior: Senior Plas' Stage Crew, A Cappella Choir, Key Staff, Alpha Delta Chi, Y- Teens. Page Twenty-Five First row-Tom Reekg Alice Fair: Jeanette Sheets: Nancy Alspachg Mary Fanning: Jeanette Sheetsg Phil Kreing Nancy Snow. Second row-Jim Bleclsoeg Donna Dayisg Yztlrie Erickson: Carol Hollabaugh: Kaye 'xVilliamsong Jo DeRos21g Kaye XxYi11l2LlllSUl'l. Third row-Donna Davis: .loan Bzlldwing Betty Servisg Tom Reek and Marilyn: Phyllis Bishop: Joyce Alleng Nancy Clark. Fourth row: Jim Bledsoe and Phil Healy: Joyce Allen and friendp Tom Reek: .lim Bledsoe: Jim and big brother Jackg Joyce Allen. Fifth row--.lim Bledsoe: Albert Guilfordg Donna Davisg Denny Dellerg Kaye XYillia1n- song Nancy Clark: Fern Van Marter. Sixth row-Seniors in their younger daysg Jim Bledsoe: Norma Kugler: Albert Guil- ford and Nancy Clark, Page Twenfji'-Six Y" 4 1' vw A ww 235 ew ,ix 1 Wi 1 mm 32" v o Class W1 ll We, the class of '52 of Angola High School, situated in Angola, in the county of Steuben in the State of Indiana, being of extremely sound mind and body will and testament. To Mlss REED, our sponsor, we leave our heart felt thanks for her splendid guidance. To MAC, our principal, we leave our best wishes for his success as principal of A. I-I. S. TO MR. BOOMERSHINE, our superintendent, we leave all the good thoughts that assembly speakers have attempted to pass on to us. We have no room in our already full heads for them. TO MR. FULLER, our dramatics coach and govern- ment teacher, we leave our sincere appreciation for his guidance with the plays and his patience in gov- ernment classes. TO MISS SHULTZ, our English teacher, we leave the consoling knowledge that she will never have to teach commas, predicate nouns, and such things to another class as trying as the class of '52. To MR. DRUCK, we leave the happy thought that he doesn't have to retire. To HAM, We leave the fond memory of our fresh- man team. TO CURT, we leave the memory of the excellent record of the team of '52. To THE REST OF THE FACULTY we leave the memory of the class of '52 to do with what they will. To THE JUNIORS we leave our ability to produce senior plays. To THE SOPHOMORES we leave our ideas for money making projects in the hopes that the ideas work. To THE FRESHMEN we leave this bit of advice- Be as happy as the class of '52, have as much fun as we did-but don't forget to study. In addition to the foregoing we wish to dispose of some of our more personal items as follows: I, DIANA BEATTY, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to walk in straight skirts to "Long Stride" Cather. I, JANIE MANN, do hereby will and bequeath Phil Krein to Don Martin in the hopes they'll never be lonesome. I, BETTY SERvIs, do hereby will and bequeath my books to any junior who can find time in his senior year to make good use of them. I, KAYE WILLIAMSON, do hereby will and bequeath my laugh to Mary Etta Hughes. I, JO DEROSA, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to bang up car fenders to i'Crash,' Cather whose superior driving ability has never been marred by mishaps of this nature. I, BILL LONDON, Do hereby will and bequeath the DeSoto to anyone with money enough to keep it running. I, ANITA LOWTHER, do hereby will and bequeath Page Twenty-Eight , do hereby make, publish and declare this to be our last my nickname "Hot Rodn and my car to Mr. Wal- radth in the hope that he can push or pedal faster than I can. I, BRUCE MARTIN, do hereby will and bequeath my small feet to Pat Essenberg. I, TEMPLE MEADE, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to back the driver,s training car into a mail truck to anybody who thinks he can get by with it. I, JOANN MOTE, do hereby will and bequeath my worn out bookkeeping book and note book to Kath- leen Patterson in the hope she will put them to good use in her senior year. I, ARTHUR MYERS, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get along with women to Jim Austin. I, DAVE NEUKAM, do hereby will and bequeath my beard to Don Martin. I, BLAINE NICHOLS, do hereby will and bequeath my dashing ways to Lloyd Easterday. I, JO ZIMMER, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to lose anything and everything five minutes after I get it to Tony Cather, who never loses any- thing except tickets, and to Don Martin, who never loses anything but his head. I, NANCY IALSPACH, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get the car to Tom Ott. I, NANCY CLARK, do hereby will and bequeath all my old connections-meaning Auburn, Toledo, and Fort Wayne-to Susie Mummert. I, PHID BISHOP, do hereby will and bequeath all my nicknames to any underclassmen who Wants to add to his or her collection. I, JOYCE ALLEN, do hereby will and bequeath my white bucks to Joyce LaVine in the hope she'll for- give me for calling her by her nickname. I, JOAN BALDWIN, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get passes to anyone who wants the work that goes with them. I, ROBERTA BERKES, do hereby will and bequeath my credit card and daddy's gas pump to Keith Geren, but, Keith, don't let daddy see you near the gas pump. . . I, JEANETTE SHEETS, do hereby will and bequeath my unfinished knitting to anyone who has another half to go with it. I, NORMA KUGLER, do hereby will and bequeath my ride to school every noon to any girl who can get one. I, MARY FANNING, do hereby will and bequeath my tremendous height to Ronnie Sutton, who can surely use it. I, GLORIA REED, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to blush to anyone who thinks he wants it and can handle it. Class Will I, DONNA COFFMAN, do hereby will and bequeath my job of getting up at 6:00 and walking my dogs to Ronnie Sutton and Bob Gecowets. I, DONNA DAVIS, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to snare and keep a high school guy to all the girls who have designs on Tri-Staters. I, JANET GECOWETS, do hereby will and be- queath my class ring to Jim Austin so he will have a ring to present to his steady. I, JOANNE CARR, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to eat as much as I Want of anything and not gain weight to anyone who thinks she can get away with it. . I, PHIL HEALY, do hereby will and bequeath my many nicknames to Skip "Harry" Klink. I, JIM BLEDSOE, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to be class president three years in succession to any person who wants to have a lot of work in high School. I, ARTHUR HOCKEY, do hereby will and bequeath my five-pound dumbells to Susie Mummert. I, JOAN BECK, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to play basketball and to drive a car to school to Joyce LaVine. I, FERN VAN MARTER, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to go with three different Jims in one year to Susie Mummert in the hope she makes the most of it. I, LES PEELER, do hereby will and bequeath my Fremont jacket and sweater to anyone who would accept them, as I no longer have any use for them. I, ALBERT GUILFORD, do hereby will and bequeath my curly hair to Jim Monroe. I, NANCY SNOW, do hereby will and bequeath my short hair to any girl who doeSn't feel like doing up her hair. I, MIKE CROWL, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to clean balls, fold towels, and do other things that go with "managing" a team to anyone who would like the job. I, TOM REEK, do hereby will and bequeath my dirty bucks to anyone who wants to clean them. I, DENNY DELLER, do hereby will and bequeath my enormous height to "Bene" in the hope he will put it to good use. I, DONN GRIFFIN, do hereby will and bequeath my technical knowledge of 1934 Fords to Don Hintz. I, JACK SELLINGER, do hereby will and bequeath my nickname to whoever can endure it. I, CAROLYN RANEY, do hereby will and bequeath my almost empty peroxide bottle to my sister, Doris, who is dying to use it. I, PHIL KREIN, do hereby will and bequeath my ability that I acquired from Dave Handy to argue with women and gain absolutely nothing to Skip Klink. I, ALICE FAIR, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get passes out of study hall to my brother, Allen. I, MARY DAVIS, do hereby will and bequeath my typing ability to anyone who wishes to finish assign- ments quickly and have time left to do other things. I, JANET JARBOE, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get a date with a certain Fremont boy to Ann Redding. I, GRETA SEWELL, do hereby will and bequeath my worn out typing tablet to Willie Nelson. We, SUSIE UNGER AND LEE SELL, do hereby will and bequeath our beat-up knitting bags, broken- down knitting needles, and worn-out argyle pattern' books to Bill Eberhart and Gabby Horn. I, TOM PEARSON, do hereby will and bequeath my old '13 1" Pontiac to anyone who is sucker enough to pull it from the junk yard. I, PATRICIA OSBORNE, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to dream in study hall to Donna Preston. I, RICHARD FREEMAN, do hereby will and bequeath my blond hair to LaMarr Stroh so he won't have to use peroxide. I, CHUCK KELLY, do hereby will and bequeath a box of thumbtacks to Mr. Kuebler to make up for those I lost all year. I, DICK BRUHN, do hereby will and bequeath my typing speed to anyone who needs it. I, ANN TRAVIS, do hereby will and bequeath my distressed Siamese kitten to anyone who Wants it. I, VAL ERICKSON, do hereby will and bequeath my ability toi go 3,000 miles in one summer to get from coast to coast to "Skip" Klink who tried to go that far around the mound. I, RICHARD ROSE, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to think of the future to- "Breezy', L. Warren. I, BILL STEFFAN, do hereby will and bequeath my flashy plaid shirts to anyone wishing to make a hit anywhere. In testimony whereof, we hereunto Set Our hand and seal and declare this to be our Last Will and Testament, this fourth day of June, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-two. Signed: THE SENIOR CLASS Per: JO DEROSA GRETA SEWELL ALICE FAIR JOAN BECK ANITA LOWTHER MARY DAVIS Page Twenty-Nzne Page Thirty Yet To Come . . . TIME! MAY 23, 1962 PLACE! "LoU1's" "Loui,s," the ultra-modern high school hang-out, has been thrown open to the class of '52, who are holding a party in honor of their sponsor, Miss Reed. Jo DeRosa, most famous English teacher of her time, is acting as hostess for the evening. Assist- ing Jo is Janet Jarboe, who is holding a secretarial position in Washington, D. C. Acting as head waiter is Bill London, who is still arguing against UMT. Betty Servis, who is supervisor at the Lutheran Hospital and Janie Mann, secretary to Les Peeler, famous prosecuting attorney, are the "soda jerksv for the night ,..... the specialty being hot fudge nut sundaes. Among the many present is Fern Van Marter. Fern has just opened an exclusive dress shop in California with Carolyn Raney and Nancy Clark as her main attractions for modeling clothes designed by none other than Joyce Allen, who has recently changed her last name to Fradenberg. Sitting at a front booth are Mike Crowl and Nancy Alspach discussing the eco- nomic situation. Nancy has just won fame and fortune selling her personally designed "Alsmobile," the largest car in the world. Mike is competing with Nancy with his unique car, the "Crawler,,' which is the smallest car ever designed. Just coming in the door are Nancy Snow and Billie Meade, who have left their church affairs for the evening to join us. Nancy is president of all Pilgrim Fellowship organizations in this area. Billie is assisting her. Take a look at the booth behind the juke box! Sitting there sipping cokes are Jack Sellinger, top player for the Pistons, and Tom Reek, who was just Voted most val- uable manager of the year. Another athlete in the group is the star player of the Red Heads, Gloria Reed. Just joining them is Dave Neukam, stellar pitcher for the New York Giants. Notice the advertising on Loui's walls. It was done by Joan Baldwin, famous com- mercial artist. She was assisted in this Work by JoAnne Carr, who has also won fame in the field of art. At the pin ball machine is Bill Steffan, famous senator from Indiana, who has just exposed a gambling racket. Looking on at the game is Diana Beatty, who is now a grade teacher in the Angola school. Two other guests for the evening are Phyllis Bishop and Janet Gecowets. Phyllis is still stacking baby food at the Kroger Store and Janet is the new manager of the A 8c P Store. ' A few of the fellows of our class are making careers in the Armed Services. Chuck Kelly is in charge of the meat packing detail for the U. S. Marines. Richard Rose and Don Griffin are members of the U. S. Army. They are sergeants. Here comes our president, Jim Bledsoe. Jim has become sole owner of Bledsoe's Ballroom, the largest dance pavillion in the Middle West. Joanne Zimmer has just made her debut at Bledsoe's along with Phil Krein and his orchestra, singing the "Krein Bluesi' composed by Phil himself. Mary Davis is also a member of Phil's orchestra, playing the piano. Just arriving is Denny Deller, famous plumber who has just invented his new "Deller System," which consists of fewer pipes and requires less work. Sitting at the counter is Mary Lou Fanning, who has written the latest edition and most frequently used psychology book. This book can be purchased at Norma Kugler's modern newsstand. Also sitting at the counter are Bruce Martin, who has just started practicing dentistry in Angola, and Roberta Berkes, his private secretary and nurse. Discussing the horse situation of the country are Greta Sewell and Ann Travis. They have recently pooled their resources and formed the T. S. QTravis and Sewellj Palomino Horse Ranch in Arizona. Arriving a little late are Lee Sell and Susie Unger, who are now publishing the "Seventeen,' magazine. Albert Guilford and Arthur Myers are making plans for a completely new and modern green house in Angola. They are specializing in Albert's latest hybrid rose. Phil Healy has closed his snack bar tonight in order to be present. Competing with Phil is Blaine Nichols, manager of Walgreen's soda bar, with Donna Coffman as assistant manager. Those members who are unable to be with us tonight are Dick Bruhn, Joan Beck, Richard Hefty, Arthur Hockey, Anita Lowther, and Joann Mote because of a tour they are conducting around the world in a space ship designed by Arthur. The pilot of this venture is "Bruno" and co-pilot Richard Hefty. Jeanette Sheets and Alice Fair had planned to go on this trip, but due to business affairs in their newly constructed hotel were unable to make it. After the party, the group plans to go to the world premier, "Bringing Up Par- ents," a story written by Kaye Williamson and directed by the famous team, Davis and Pearson, the top directors for M. G. M. In the starring role is Valrie "Cornelia,' Erick- son. At intermission Pat Osborne, world famous skating star, will appear in person. Our activities in this prophecy may be far from our true future positions, but as our class motto goes-"If it can be done, we can do itf' --CAROLYN RANEY BETTY SERVIS Page Tlozrty One From Freshmen to Seniors In the fall of 1948 the present senior class started their journey through high school. We were noted for a great many things. We were the largest class in high school, We had an excess amount of pep and enthusiasm, we had an excellent basket- ball team. We chose as a class motto "If It Can Be Done, We Can Do It." Our team played in the final game of the class tourney but lost. Miss June Krutza was the class sponsor. During our sophomore year we sponsored the first sock dance in the gym after the varsity basketball game. It proved a great success. Again we Went to the finals in the class tourney but lost to the seniors. We properly initiated the incoming fresh- men, the class of '53. Miss Reed became our class sponsor. Our junior class play, "Men Are Like Street Cars," was a big success. The class was awarded a plaque for excelling all previous records in magazine subscription sales. This year we won the class tourney. The theme of our junior-senior banquet Was "Moonlight and Roses." Our senior class play, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," had the biggest turn- out in years. The second night the house was Hlled and chairs were placed in the aisles. This year We played in the finals of the class tourney but lost to the juniors. The class trip, class clay, baccalaureate and commencement were the all-important activities. We can look back on our years in A. H. S. and say we worked, we played, We accomplished many things and We certainly gained valuable training for the years ahead. --DICK BRUHN PATTY OSBORNE Page Thirty Two FIRST ROVV: Bill London, Donna Davis, Albert Guilford, Mary Davis, Riclmrd Hose, .Tim Bledsoe. SEUOND ROXV: JoAnne Carr, Anita Lowther, Gloria Reed, Elizabeth Cather, Joann Mote, Bill Selman. Seniors in Miss Hf',blJner's Sixth Grade. Seniors in Mrs. DeWitt's Sixth Grade. THIRD ROXY: Phil Healy, Pat Osborne, Blaine Nichols, Shirley Sutton, Joyce Allen, Denny Deller. FOURTH ROXY: Nancy Als- pavh, Mary Fanning, Susie Unger, Valrie Erickson, Di- :ina Beatty, Betty Seryis. FIFTH ROVV: Carolyn Ran- ey, Joan Sams, Kaye NVilliam- son, Jack Sellinger, Nancy Clark, Donn Griffin. Page Thirty-Four A Senior 's Farewell Within the halls of A. H. S. Ring memories fond and true, A sophomore's smile, a freshman,s giggle, A senior's fond adieu. The knowing glances in study hall, The cherished smile of a friend Who-se memory will remain in our hearts Wherever our paths may wend! The dances after ball games With friends that never grow old! Many more untold memories Which deep in our hearts we hold! The thrill of a basketball game! The whish of a wispy gown! Class picnics, early breakfasts, And twinkling lights on the mound! Practice for the spring concert! The excitement over the play! Rehearsal, rehearsal, and final performance Of "Our Hearts Were Young and Gaylv The huge Christmas tree in the hall, The fragrance of a new spring drawing near, The many parties on Friday nights, And once in a while, a tear! These are a few of the treasures we take As We leave for realms unknown. We,ll never forget you, A. H. S. 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White Rose Motto ,,,.,, "Nothing Succeeds Like Successn FIRST HOVV Marvin Aldrich 5 "C a s tile Rock" Herbert Amstutz - "S a X o- phone Johnny" Jim Austin - "Frankie and Johnnie" Paul Brown-"Slow and Sure" lluth Bryan-"Smiles" SECOND ROW Tony Cather-"Just One More Chance" Frani-es Cimbal-"Always" George Cimbal-"Silence IS Golden" Barbara Bodie-"O0dles of Noodles" Jvyve Clark--"Blue Skies" THIRD ROVV Tom Cline-"Say Ti Isn't So" James Crouchf"One O'elock Jump" Sandra Day-"Sweet Leilanin Shirley Dixon-"How Many Times" Bill Elierliart-"Easy T0 Love" FIRST ROYV Bill lf'outzf'AThat Sly Old Gentleman" Keith Geren 4 "Can't Help Lovin' That Man" Don Hintz--"I Don't Know XVhy" Sylvia Jackson -"Sun1mer- time" Linda Kepner--"Ivy" SECOND ROVV Larry Klink - A'HoneSt and Truly" Gordon Kope-"Good Humor Man" Larry Kunkel-"Once" S t e Y e M a lo 3'!"Son1ehorly Stole My Gal" Don Martin--"Me and the Moon" THIRD ROV' James Monroe-YHA Tall COW- boy" ' P FL t t Y M 3' e r s f "Sunshine Cake" Torn Ott-"Could Be" Danny Patterson-"I'll Never Be the Same" Kathleen Patterson - "Sweet and Lovely" FOURTH ROW' Jim Rodebaugli-K'Sailing" Shirley RuthgA'Here Comes the Springtime and There Goes My Heart" Betty Saffel-"Surprising" Stanley Smith-"Stars in the Skyn LaMarr Strohf'tMy Task" FIFTH ROVV Phyllis Wheaton-"A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melodyn .T o a n NVilkinson - "XV li o ' S Nioer?" Janeth LaDowJ"Deep Pur- ple" - Norma' Hutchins-"Dancing in the Dark" Harold Van - "VV1'ap Your Troubles in Dreams" SIXTH ROWV Dean Yates4"I'm an Old Cow Hand" Bette Luca,sA'tThat Old Black Magic" llalph Dietrick-'KHey Diddle Diddle" Garna Lee Golden-"It Is No Secret" XVendell Hornwulrresistible You" SEVENTH ROW' Marilynn Van Ylfagner-"It All Begins and Ends VVith You" Mattie VVisner - "Moonlight Sonata" Larry Harman-"Thinking of You" Susie Mummert-i'It's All Over But the Memories" Peg VVilliamson - "P r e t t 5' Eyed Baby" EIGHTH ROYV Lloyd Easterday-K'I'm Sitting on Top of the VVor1d" Sharon Lampman - "Longing for You" Mr, Feldmann-"Mule Driver" NOT .PICTURED Margaret McIntosh-"I've Got a Pocketful of Dreams" John Morris--"Good morning, Mr, Sun." . .-,.-,. .- :item Page Thirty-Seven ophomores President ,,,,,, Rosalie Harman Vice-President -,Gerald Ritter Secretary ,,....., Sherry Murphy Treasurer .,,,..vv.. Sandra Deller Sergeant-at-Arms ,,,v,,..,,A,,,.,.. Dorothy Robbins Class Colors ,,,,....,,,,.,,. Green and White Flower ,,,.,,,. White Carnation Class Motto--"In Ourselves Our Future Lies" FIRST ROW Gerald Ritter- "Life's Too Short" Sherry Murphyw"Huggin' and a Chalkin' " Jim Siegel-"Man A b o u t Town" Barbara Nelson - "M i g h t y Like a Rose" Robert Geoowets-"Leanin' on the Ole Top Rail" SECOND ROW Barbara Young-"Give Me My Boots And Saddle" Rosalie Harman - "Dancing Feet" Leonard VVarren - "Patience and Fortituden Barbara Reed-"Texas Gal" Margaret YVeiss-"You Can't Be True, Dear" THIRD ROW Bernie Smith-"Man of the North Woods" Shirley Eyster-"Off VVe Go into the VVild Blue Yonder" Jim Chase-'iCo1'nbelt Sym- phony" Ann Redding-"Undecided" John Book-"Ragtime Cow- boy Joe" FOURTH ROVV Alyse Deming-"Love Some- hotly" Mary Ann Fast-"Swing Angel" John Randolph-"BeWitched" Nancy Orewilere-"Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" Donna Barlettee'iToot, Toot Tootsie-U FIRST IIOXI' Mike Clausen-'tlYlien My lia- by Smiles at Me" lionald Sutton-"Happy Go Lucky" Dorothy liohlwins fr- "XVedding,' Somban Anita XVillis,-"Ain't Mishe- having" Lynn Fisher--"Man IVitli A Horn" SECOND HOVV Arlene Grubb-"I'll See You in My Dreams" Don Hayward-t'Take Me Out to the Ball Gainew Joyce LaVinei"You Tell Me Your Dreams and I'll Tell You Mine" Hal Moore-W-"Nature Boy" Dick Van XYagner-A'Down Yonder" THRD ROW' liita Sellinger-'fTime YVill Tell" Georgianna Jensen4"Huekle- buck" Barbara Nelson f- UM i, g li t y Like A Rosen David Field-"Life Gets Tedi- ous" Suzanne XVeiss-"Give Me a Kiis to Build a Dream On" FOURTH ROW Jeannine Griflitlis 3 "I C a n Dream, Can't I" Don Bryan-'tCowboy From Brooklyn" Maxine SpangleA"Lady Be Good" J a m e s Mcl7adyen-'KD o in' VVliat Comes Naturally' June Yates---"Can't Help Loy- in' That Man" FIFTH ROVV David Laird - "Trumpeter's Lullaby" Carol Hollabaugh 4 'AB6C3.llS6 of You" Bud Jackson-"I'll Be Around" Mary Stoneciplier-"My Little Girl" Jean Begin4"Begin the Be- ,eguineu SIXTH ROYV Patricia Fissenberov-HEvery- C, body's D21l'llllQ,"' Glenn Fordyn-e-"SVild, VVild VVomen" Jane Jack-"My Silent Love" Robert l3eg,'htel-"California, Here I Come" Pntrivia Drum-kaniiller4"Slow Pokel' SEVENTH ROYV Larry Lamborne4"S0 Long" Judy Elliottf"You Leave Me Breatlilessf' Laura Smith-"On the Sunny Side of the Street" Felix XYeldon-"It's My Lazy Dayu Sandra Dellerf"XYlio Stole Your Heart Away" EIGHTH ROVV VVillie Nelson-HDon't Fence Me In" Sharon Clark A "Ain't She Pretty" Mr. XYalrafltli---K'For Her a Jolly Good Fellow" NOT PTCTURED Janet Baker--"Dancing in the Dark" Beverly King--"Meandering" liobert XYorthington -- "You C"an't Keep A Good Man Down" ,....x 'P- 'bf' ge Tbil'fj,'-Ni116 Page Forty Freshmen President .,....., Lorin Krueger Vice-President ,.,, Linda Miller Secretary ....,.,. Donna Preston Treasurer ,,,,..77,, Phyllis Horn Sergeanlf-at-Arms, Allen Fair Class Colors-Red and White Flower ,,-.....,,,, Red Carnation Motto-"We'll Find A Way Or Make One" FIRST HOVV Phyllis J21l'l'2LTfl'-PQHHY Tom Randolph-Steve Canyon Phyllis Crain-Betty Richard Maxton-Prince Val- iant Linda Miller--Hedcly SECOND ROSV Barbara Yan Martel'-Dixie Dugan Jim Babcock-Steve Roper Donna BookfBlondie Jack Binkley-Tarzan Farolyn Goucly-Ella Cinders THIRD ROVV Ken Short-Reggie Charlene MCNett-Daisy Mae Ronnie Meek-Archie Shirley Henley-Jill Clyde Lonsburyf-Dagwood FOURTH ROXV J o y C e Tiinehart-B 1' e n d a Breeze Ronnie Van IJyneiB 1' u C e Gentry V Kay Smally-Judy Foster Jim Swift-Little Louie Noi-ma Hollinger-L u c i 1 l e Sweeny SIXTH IIOVV Jerry Richmond-liex Morgan Phyllis Horn-Tess Truehart Vivian Sheets--Susie Robert Kelly-Rusty Linda XVest-Candy FIRST IIOXV Junior Bartlow-Rip Kirby Carlita Porter---Veronica Bob Drudge-Mark Trail .Indy Healjv!Corliss Arm-her Betty Ritter-Mary SECOND I li HY Charles Rose---51112320 Pat Svott!Tillie John Adams--Joe .links Elaine Noragon-Nanvy XYilIiam Harter Just Plain Bill THIRD ROXV Doris Rane-Y-Sparkle Plenty .Toe Drudge-Joe Palooka Janice Ruth-Brenda Starr Allen Fair-Flash Gordon Donna Crum-Fritzi Ritz FOURTH ROXV Rob Keller-fTiny Tim M':11'g'o Brannan - - S c a 1' l e t O'Xeil Dirk Mi1le1'ATlie Green Hor- net Mary Hugheg--Stella Dollar Ilorin Krueger----Dirk Tracy FIFTH ROXV Norma Evers-Cindy XYalter Jillian -- Kevin the Bold liernive Bu1'net,t-V-Little Or- phan Annie Janet Umbaugh-Kathy Divk Seeman4Lone Ranger SIXTH ROXV Beverly Sams-Ginger Roh Porter-Lil Abner Mabel Patterson-Patsy Fred MussergJimmy Donna Preston-fDottie Drip- ple SEVENTH 'ROXV Fharles Southern-Henry Marliyn HufffJane Arden Ken Dowell-Ooogie Jerry Essenbergglhizzy Nancy XVyatt4Miss Brooks EIGHTH ROXV llohert Schlup--Sky King Sharon Hughes--Little Iodine Mr, Druckamiller-Mandrake, the Magician NOT PICTURED Robert Collins, Corky 'laws an qg,,,L.S1 g sm? 3 'wr Page Forty-One 'I gin l ' i f wr-S, Ei hth Grade 'FOI' HOXY: ljllllllll Strite, Curl l'llL1'G'l', Le- Ul'2l Keller, llhlrlio Klink, Nnrinzl I',QlltPI'1SUll, bee Sl'll2lPl-I't'l', l12llll'2L Ilivh- zlrclson. SIGUONIJ RUXY: Dale lluse, Nunn-5' llullinger, -Dilllil llarlm-tt, Donna l"i'0ne, llziviml ll:llSt0n, Marlena- Alslriuli, Edith Elkins. T'HlliD ROXY: Lloyd Mclflntarfer, Jam- My- ers, Gary Groslion, Den- nis Mung'ei', Rusezinn Tlimnzlsellu, N il n c' 5' P1'e:1tm1, Don XYiSe. l+'Ol'li'I'l-f liUXV: KILU' M a 4' ll' il rl y v ll, Donna Crwiiiv, Ilim-lc Amlzuns, Lois liuiislmry, Mary Nelson, Yulene Rinvhzirt, Mr. Ratlilmurn. FIIVTH RUXV: N e Cl Cook, Nancy Stevens, Suzanne Faris, G a il Rl'2lLlL'lllll, Karen Myer, B fm lv Andrew, Nanvy Glezlsmm. SIXTH IIONYZ Ronald Steeiieiwon, Jane Bro- lizlw, Tim t'ulx'ei', Nanci' f,7r6'l'lll2iIl, Kay Creel, Ned Fife-1', Carol Strivkler. Sli VENT H IIOYVZ ,T 0 li n 1VlV2ll0B', Shirley C'0llinS, Shirley' Nliller, llolmertu liroka xv, John XYQ-iss, .l 0 21 n Flmer, Mary llzunnizl. IGIGIITH ROXY: Dick l'iom'nw9tS, Nanvy Bezik, Cynthia XVillis, lVl1'. Van ll'I2ltI'P, Sliurrmi Vulfinaii, ll h n n i e lllz1c'G1'egm', Imiwzxtlizx f'2lI'Il0llIt'l'. NlN'l'lI IIUXV: Leah Bzlrto, Volvi' Ilivk, Ann- ette V4mI'liees, livvrwly B1llSSt'l', R4-x Iizlrtun, Phyllis XVNzLtt, Antonia Tlimnusvllu. 'I' ICX'I'll IIOXVZ Hminie Kopl-, M an 1' 3' Bnrlett, Slmrnn Hefty, Blzxrilyn Krmvli, llzlrulcl Smith, Kay Ifry, Szlndra Leath- erman, llfngei' XVheaton. N lilfl YICNTT-I ll 0 XVI f' a 1' 0 l NYilsey, Sally Snow, Kenton Nivhrmls, Betty NVeiss, Katherine Ric'li:u'clsmi, Gene Max- tfm, Shirlcy Cotner, He- nzxta Regfplitel, Mr, 'Fau- ' 0- Slh. NUT 1' I C' T l' li IG D: limi XYaitv, Davill Men- ill-Illlilll, Wuva Fox, F1-Qd Philipp. Seventh Grade 'l'l DP ROXYZ Blicha L-l lirivkson, Lewis Nl'il- liums, Mzirl-ia Short, .Innior German, Jann-s Albright. Janice Louis Chirivotti, Lailwl, SECOND ROVV: llicfh - nel Kirk, Ma 1' 0'?tl'Pt is Field, David li w e 1' s, liohert holler, Luvin- rln Newnzun, L e 1' 0 3' Heed, Donnhl lllllll'i'll. THITID ROXY: Marjor- in- lICl':llUlI'l-t'l', Jerry Cronin, Gary Forbes, Yanda Mnsser, Louis Uhiricotti, I5 a r h Fl r a liondot, llil-hard Servis. FOYRTH ROYV: Blan- rive Harlett, J a ni e s Young, Deanna Deller. Douglas Shzirrow, Nancy XYood, Allen Kunkel, Jud V Brmnn n. FIFTH ROXV: Alwyn XVyckoff, Parol Collins, Billy Stonevipher, Mari- lyn Dietric-k, Louis Uhiricotti, James XVy- att, Sharon M1-Leland. SIXTH IIOXVZ Paul De llosa, James Maxwell, Mr. Ryan, Stephen Dy- Hert. Jeanette Keller, Donald Andrew, Billy Johnson. E V li N 'I' PT ROVV: Mzu'gzu'et XVilliamson, Mildred lizmrto, LaMa1' Brown, Joe Johnson, Nancy Golslfnss, Tony llullinger, James YVHI- 1-ntt. EIGHTH ROYVZ Ken NYilliainson, D i a n n e 'l1l2l,llCllH.l'fl, 'Pony Ro- mero, l'Jarlf-ne 'KValla1'e, Sue Ann Miner, Ronnie XVnest, Jeannette Crain. NINTH ROXV: John lYilliamson, Franklin Handy, .Ton Holtzman, Margaret XVil1iamson, Robert Lowther, Bill 1 an al F Q'-Xe"i- C.- K' -s. GL 'TI"s 92 4 X1-.1 1 or , 3. Qu, , E 'N X Inks l V 5 ,:. A. E ig l v K X, K, e ,1, , J liii 5 9 ilk ' s N f 1 , e,,-w,,, .,.ii,i M . t 1? E if 2 , e , fi "f fag "2 if . . 5 A ' :ff 1..- 5 N W . . K .. ' 1- 'V F " ,.,i ig-. ' ' A ' N", M .--, P had It J. R I 7' fi . as ,M -i" A. W .Z X -'.... 5 W- -1,2 V' Q., , .. . 1 4 11:2 Q l 'K ' , V. "-' ' , ' f . if , ' ' " f 'lj' wi eifu- 1- .I , , E? . Ei fi as Y v' 1 E We " ur- fw- Y' i if K i -Q'-' lim? .-, 4 1 4 J QM 5,3 , J, X Q . 1 ,, in 5 on N T' 2 M ,Z J I 1 xi sin-ers, Phillip R01-wk. .fl , f W H , TENTIT HOXVZ .Tully l'l2lll', Tom Priest, Ruth A Jones, Larry Eyster, E , .Indy Brown, Eugene ,M - K, A ye. NYeic'ht, Dean Harter. nw , K - . M' 'N' il A' ' f g , ' W' V ELEVENTH ROW: as W gi. 'J ' '. Philip XYilson, Larry ,. "" , 5 . fm Stevenson, AliC'e XVil- My av 2 Hel' J 4 ,M ll2llllS, J 21 in O s Hilfle- J A "' , ' lmrzlnd, Bnrclonzz Nichols, tl M' In M , A LEC, ' .lohn Shaw, Miss Frank. ' 3, Z1-vi" , N4 aT P I 1" T I' n E D: I. A W, A ' Aj Mutt Tiziteliin, A-lznlfer .X M.. , 1 pai ' "' , -- - 5 l'lll'l'Y, Xl illzircl Smith, , U . ' V' I 44 ' ' W. TY' ifjiifl., 44 ' ,,., . QT? x 1 ' 7 ,ii f, " ' J . if 17 ,t 1 -it , M: . .,.. ' , . I U , wi YW - 'X 'L . I is 'v-- 3 -fl'-V 3 '-""' , a s., -j 1. 1 . ' . .,,.e -A .. A 3 A:-V: e z F, 2, .xl Aw VA 1 1 A -. .. , ff A- 1 , L, f' ' ' 5' -1 , - . xg-,H , xg ' V3 V V A ,.,,. . 4 - V t W ,,,.-' i e W x 'rf s ll 1, . QB , X' ff ffl 2 Q 5 L 1 Q Top row 'That will be twenty vents: f'2ll'PI'lIl, Tom, you'll full: XYlizLt lizive we hei-e?: Seniors in the wind: Two gals and ei c-unve1'til1le. Second row: Hello, Mr. Kelly: VX'hose zirni is that, Ma1'y?: Playing Indians: Happy senigrsg May I have ai'?: Three pretty gals before the banquet. Third row: Aw you gonna buy some D0l"ll'Ol'll?1 Sue and Nauicy admiring Fe1'n's new 1-oat: Silly seniors: Say 4-lieese, Betty: Basketball Jack. Fourth row -Tlxeresa'-our Frenoli maid and .laneti Mr. and Mrs, Skinner, alias Lee and Jim: Mother and flgiuglitex' Skinner: Hay I cut in?: Are you singing "Blue Skies," Zin1'?: Pretty kitten, Pliicl. Page Foriy-Four Fifth I'LlNX"Tll6 1nm'ning,' after: XYell, Hi: You'1'e sure about that now. if-wg 5 ' . in :gm im 5 -W-www ,nWMWmW W .M Page Forty-Six Key Staf EDITOR Mary Lee Sell ASSOCIATE EDITORS Diana Beatty Joyce Allen Fern Van Marter Nancy Snow Joanne Zimmer BUSINESS STAFF Roberta Berkes Nancy Alspach Suzanne Unger Jim Bledsoe Albert Guilford Phil Healy Arthur Hockey Charles Kelly Philip Krein Bill London Tom Pearson Bruce Martin Tom Reek DRAMATICS Valrie Erickson Josephine DeRosa CIRCULATION STAFF Bill Steffan Denny Deller Donn Griffin Richard Hefty Blaine Nichols SPORTS STAFF David Neukam Jim Bledsoe Jack Sellinger ORGANIZA- TIONS Ann Travis Jeanette Sheets CLASS HISTORY Richard Bruhn Patricia Osborne Richard Rose CLASS PROPHECY Carolyn Raney Betty Servis CLASS WILL Josephine DeRosa Joan Beck Mary Davis Alice Fair Anita Lowther Greta Sewell FEATURES Phyllis Bishop Donna Coffman Norma Kugler Les Peeler ALUMNI Tom Pearson Joann Mote ART STAFF Joan Baldwin JoAnne Carr Donna Davis Mary Fanning Janet Gecowets SNAPSHOTS Nancy Clark Q Nlike Crowl Janet' Jarboe Janie Mann Temple Meade Gloria Reed Kaye Williamson MUSIC Arthur Hockey Diana Beatty Valrie Erickson Arthur Myers ADVISER Miss Shultz Hornet Staff In 1918 a splendid recorder of history came into existence. This recorder took the shape of a small magazine and was called the "Key." It was published for eleven years in this form. It contained general high school news, gossip, editorials, and feature stories. The "Key" next became a newspaper containing four pages of four columns each. The next year it was expanded to five columns. In 1934 the "Key" was renamed "Spectator" by a group of aspiring journalists, who were steeped in English literature. It underwent another change, this time it took the shape of a booklet of about twenty-five pages and was printed by a mimeograph process in the school oflice. The next year's class decided that a different name was needed. A contest was held and it was won by Mr. Druckamiller, then athletic coach of A. H. S. The name selected was the "Hornet." The paper has retained that name to this day. The present day "Hornet" contains about forty pages of news stories, editorials, feature stories, gossip, exchange items and other interesting materials. It is published monthly by the journalism class. It is printed by the mimeograph process and the covers are either mimeographed or printed by the Steuben Printing Company. Much student art work appears in each issue. In 1949 the "Hornet" staff was admitted to membership in the Quill and Scroll, the International Honorary Society for High School Journalists. The members of the staif also belong to the National Scholastic Press Association. The members of the 1951-S2 staff were: Editor-in-chief, Phil Kreing associate editor, Phyllis Bishop, athletics, Mike Crowlg exchanges, Robert Berkesg art editors, Joan Baldwin, Joanne Zimmer, feature writers, Donna Davis, Joyce Allen, Josephine DeRosa, Valrie Erickson, Janet Gecowets, Fern Van Marter, Chuck Kelly, news writers, Tom Pearson, Albert Guilford, BettyvServis, 'Greta Sewell, Patty Osborne, Les Peelerg business manager, Jim Bledsoe. Miss Shultz is the faculty adviser. ' Page Forty Seven Hi- Y The Angola Hi-Y Club, organized in 1922 by former superintendent, John L. Estrich, was the first in the state of Indiana. The club has been a member of both the state and the national organizations for two years. The purpose of the club is "To create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community a higher standard of Christian character." Toward this end the club participated in the following programs during the year: Sending representatives to district Hi-Y Conventions, sponsoring school dances and skating parties and holding a joint father-mother, son-daughter banquet with the Y-Teens. The club sponsored a movie, "One Godf' as an auditorium program during the Lenten season. The club met every other Monday evening at 7 o'clock. The meeting was called to order by the president and the Lord's Prayer was given in unison. The programs were films, outside speakers and discussions of general interest to the members. The officers Were: Vice-president and acting president, Jim Rodebaugh, secretary- treasurer, Bruce Martin, chaplain, Arthur Hockey, and sergeant-at-arms, Tom Ott. The sponsor was Mr. Kuebler. Y- Teens The Y-Teen Club, formerly called the Girl Reserves, was organized in 1927 under the direction of Miss Kathryn Dewees. The Angola chapter is a member of the state and national organizations and is a branch of che Y. W. C. A. The aspirations of the club are well summed up in the statement, "To find and give the best is our purpose true, earnest, honest, and our slogan-to face life squarely too." The activities of the club have been many this year. Two sock dances were held during the year. During the month of October, several of the girls attended the dis- trict conference at Salem Center, and all of them participated in a world fellowship movement, in which they sent candy bars to Scotland for the Christmas season. On November 10 four advisers, the Misses Reed, Frank, and Shultz, and Mrs. Baker attend- ed a state advisers' conference in Fort Wayne. On December 15 the Y-Teens held their annual Christmas Prom, "Crystal Capers," in conjunction with the Hi-Y. An "Arthur Godfishn talent show was given as a very interesting auditorium program on January 25. On February 9, six girls represented the club at the Northern Indiana Conference at South Bend. Two important features of che year were the "come-as-you-aren break- fast and the annual Pa-Ma-Me banquet. The club met every other Monday immediately after school. Featured on the programs were outside speakers, skits, music, and a style show. Devotions were led by a member of the group. The meetings were closed by group singing and the repeating of the Y-Teen slogan. The ofiicers for the year were: President, Jo DeRosa, vice president and member- ship chairman, Jeanette Sheets, secretary, Fern Van Marter, treasurer, Kaye Williamson, program chairman, Diana Beatty, social chairman, Roberta Berkes, service chairman, Donna Davis, finance chairman, Valrie Erickson, song leader, Betty Servis, pianist, Susie Unger, chaplain, Carolyn Raney. The advisers were: Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Beck, Mrs. Boomershine, Miss Frank, Mrs. Jackson, Miss Myers, Miss Paul, Mrs. Redding, Miss Reed, Miss Shultz, and Mrs. Stevens. Page Forty Eight Hi- Y TOP ROXV-Jim Crouch, Bill Eberhart, Bud Jackson, Dick Bruhn, Bill Selman, Jim Bledsoe. SECOND ROXV-Dean Yates, Keith Geren, Bill Foutz, Larry Harman, Phil Healy, XVendell Horn, Larry Kunkel, Phil Krein, Herbert Ainstutz, Arthur Hockey, Dave Neukam, M1'. Kuehler. FRONT ROYV-Don Hintz, Don Hayward, David Laird, Steve Maloy, Jim Rodebaugh, Jim Austin, Danny Patterson, Denny Deller, Mike Crowl, Larry Klink, Toni Ott, Tom Reek, Bruce Martin. Tom Cline. Y- Teens ,H-,fwt -Q fy if 3 ,QW TOP ROV'-Greta Sewell, Janet Gecowets, Gloria Reed, Anita Lowther, Kathleen Patterson, Shirley Ruth, Sylyia Jackson, Mattie XTisner, Sherry Murphy, Joyce LaVine, Sandra Deller, llita Sellinger, Janet Jarboe, Carolyn Raney, Miss Myers, Miss Reed, Miss Frank. SECOND ROW'-Donna Davis, Temple Meade, Phyllis XVheaton, Barbara Bodie, Josephine DeRosa, Alyse Deming, Barbara Young, Barbara Reed, Janet Baker, Janeth LaDow, Suzanne XXX-iss, Shirley Dixon, Joyce Clark, Sharon Lamp- man, Kaye XYilliamson, Bobbie Berkes, Nancy Snow, Fern Van Marter, Georgianna Jensen, Pat Essenberg, Ann Red- ding. THIIID TIOXN'---Betty Servis, Diana Beatty, Nancy Alspach, Mary Lee Sell, Susie Unger, Barbara Nelson, Jeannine Griflith, Judy Elliott, Margaret Weiss, Sharon Clark, Mary Ann Fast, Jane Jack, Jean Begin, Nancy Orewiler, Phyllis Bishop, Pat Osborne, Peggy VVillia1nson, Bette Lucas, Susie Mummert, Linda Kepner, Jeanette Sheets, Miss Shultz. FRONT ROV'-Donna Coffman, Mary Lou Fanning, Frances Ciinbal, Anita Willis, Nancy Clark, Joanne Zimmer, Joan Baldwin, Valrie Erickson, Janie Mann, Patricia Druekamiller, llosalie Harman, Joyce Allen, Maxine Spangle, June Yates, Joan XVilkinsori, Carol Hollabaugh, Marilynn Van YVagner, Garna Golden, Joan Mote. Page Forty-Nine ational Honor Society Page Fifty TOP ROW-Jeanette Sheets, Betty Servis, Josephine DeRosa, Diana Beatty. FRONT ROVV-Roberta Berkes, Fern Van Marter, Jim Bledsoe, M-ary Lee Sell, Valrie Erickson. A great distinction given to seniors of Angola High School is to be chosen for membership in the National Honor Society. The members are chosen from the upper third of the class ranked according to scholastic records, and are selected by the faculty on the basis of scholarship, service, citizenship, leadership, and character. Fifteen percent of the class are eligible. Those given the honor this year were Diana Beatty, Roberta Berkes, Jim Bledsoe Josephine DeRosa, Valrie Erickson, Mary Lee Sell, Betty Servis, Jeanette Sheets, and Fern Van Marter. The officers of this year's organization are: President, Jim Bledsoe, vice-president, Mar Lee Sell, secretar , Fern Van Marter' and treasurer Mr. McCutchan. Y ly Y 3 The local' chapter of the National Honor Society was established in 1935, and the total membership is now 225. Each member contributes one dollar a year for the first five years of his member- ship to a scholarship fund. This fund is maintained for the purpose of lending to a high school graduate Wishing to attend college. tudent ouncil The Student Council was organized in 1932 to promote cooperation between stu- dents and faculty, provide opportunities for student self-direction, foster all worthy school activities, and create and maintain standards of good citizenship. The Student Council consists of four members, two boys and two girls, from each high school class and one from each of the seventh and eighth grade rooms. The Student Council sponsored and participated in several activities this year such as: Sponsoring a dance in the gym, helping the Band Mothers with the Hallowe'en Carnival, selling basketball season tickets, sponsoring the selection of cheerleaders, get- ting valuable ideas for making pep sessions more interesting, raking up the March of Dimes collection in gym, just working on school problems in general, and sponsoring the annual May Dance. The members of the Council Were: Seniors-Greta Sewell, Fern Van Marter, Tom Pearson, Phil Kreing juniors-Peg Williamson, Shirley Dixon, Steve Maloy, Tom Ott, sophomores-Pat Druckamiller, Carol Hollabaugh, Hal Moore, Leonard Warren, fresh- men-Linda Miller, Donna Preston, Allen Fair, Lorin Krueger, eighth grade-Betty Weiss, Eddie Klink, john Maloyg seventh grade-Jeannette Crain and Richard Servis. Meetings were held twice a month. The ofHcers for 1951-52 were: President, Phil Kreing vice-president, Steve Maloyg secretary-treasurer, Greta Sewell, and reporter, Shirley Dixon. Miss Nancy Paul was the sponsor of the group for the current year. TOP ROVV-Miss Paul, Tom Pearson, Phil Krein, Leonard VVarren, Steve Maloy, Allen Fair, Lorin Krueger. SECOND ROW'-John Maloy, Eddie Klink, Jeannette Crain, Pat Druckamiller, Carol Hollabaugh, Richard Servis, Hal Moore. FRONT ROW'--Greta Sewell, Peg YVilliamson, Shirley Dixon, Betty Weiiss, Linda. Miller, Donna Preston. Page Fzfty One SIl1lflClZf Librarians Film Projeczfor Olbemfors Lunch Room Siu if And First Grade Drivefs T1'aini11g Classes afety Pa trol TOP ROYV: Kenton Nichols, Richard Maxton, Allen Fair, Tom Randolph, Mr. Kepler. SECOND ROVV: Patty Myers, Anita Lowther, Kenneth Dowell, lieutenantg William Harter, Ronnie MacGregor. THIRD ROVV: Jerry Essenbrerg, Ronnie Meek, captain: Clyde Lonsbury, Dale Rose, Rex Barton, lieutenant, Larry Stevenson. FRONT ROVV: David Ewers, Dennis Munger, Lloyd McEntarfer, Dana Barlett, Dick Adams, Carl Unger, Roger VVheaton, Gene Maxton. NOT IN PICTURE: VVi1lard Smith, Joyce Rinehart, Elaine Noragon, Ronnie Kope, Peter Dick. , The School Safety Patrol had 23 members with Ronnie Meek as captain and Rex Barton and Kenny Dowell as lieutenants. ' This is the fifth year that the Safety Patrol, sponsored by the Civic Safety Council, has been active since its reorganization at the Angola Schools. The purpose of this patrol is to guard the lives of school children going to and from school and to aid in the prevention of accidents. The Chicago Motor Club again this year honored the patrol by presenting them with the Safety Award. This is the fourth year that girls, as well as boys, have participated in the safety program. The schedule was arranged so that no one had to miss class recitation. The members were stationed at each crossing to help the school children cross the street in the morning, at noon, and at dismissal time in the evening. Several social activities were enjoyed by the patrol group during the year. Burt Kepler, instructor in shop work and mechanical drawing, was the supervisor. Page Fifty-Three AQ1ha Delta Chi Alpha Delta Chi, the high school dramatics club, was organized in 1945 by the speech class, under the direction of Mrs. Elna Hunter. The membership of the dramatics club is open to anyone in high school. The meetings were held every other Tuesday night at seven ofclock. The informal initiation of the pledges lasted six weeks. The year's program included taking a one act play to Muncie to enter in a contest and pre-- senting three one-act plays under student direction. These plays were: "Many Happy Returnsf' directed by Donna Davis, "Balcony Scene," directed by Valrie Erickson, and "Cracked Icef' directed by Joan Baldwin. "Cracked Icei' was the play entered in the contest at Muncie. The club's colors are black and whiteg the motto, "All the World's a Stage," and the flower, the white rose. There were fifty-eight members in the club this year. The officers were: President, Jo DeRosa, vice-president, Steve Maloyg secretary, Bette Lucas, and treasurer, Tony Cather. Mr. Fuller was the club sponsor. TOP ROVV: Bob Gecowets, Tom Pearson, Ronnie Sutton, Donna Preston, Phyllis Horn, Donna Crum, Joyce LaVine, Barbara Nelson, Jane Jack, Sandra Deller, Kaye Wfilliamson, Nancy Snow, Valrie Erick- son, Susie Unger, Temple Meade, Patricia Essenberg, Lorin Krueger, Herbert Amstutz, Dean Yates, Janet Geeowets, Mr. Fuller. SECOND ROXV: Bob Beghtel, Lynn Fisher, Donna Coffman. Charlene McNett, Mary Fanning, Shirley Dixon, Shirley Ruth, Joyce Clark, Mattie VVisner, Judy Elliott, Suzanne VVeiss, Jeannine Griffith, Sharon Lampman, Sylvia Jackson, Peg Williamson, Betty Servis, Mary Lee Sell, Nancy Clark, Diana Beatty, Carlita Porter. THIRD ROVV: John Book, Janet Umbaugh, Norma Hollinger, .loan Beck, Rosalie Harman, Mary Ann Fast, Sharon Clark, Phyllis Jarrard, Linda Miller, Joanne Zimmer, Joan Baldwin, Nancy Clark, Phyllis Bishop, Josephine De-Rosa, Fern Van Matter, Bobbie Berkes, Susie Muxnmert, Tony Cather, Steve Maloy, Georgiana Jensen, Greta Sewell. FOURTH ROXV: Phyllis Crain, Donna Davis, Patricia Osborne, Patricia Druckamiller, Frances Pim- bal, Kay Smalley, Judy Healy, Janie Mann, Joyce Allen, Maxine Spangle, Margaret XVeiss, Garna Lee Golden, Marilynn Van XVagner, Barbara Bodie, Bette Lucas, Jean Begin, Ann Redding, Anita Lowther, Page Fifty-Four Girls ' Sports Club TOP ROVV: Patricia Druckamiller, Suzanne Weiss, Judy Healy, Maxine Spangle, Garna Lee Golden. SECOND ROVV: Mrs. Brewer, Jeannine Griflith, Carolyn Goudy, Phyllis Jarrard, Patricia Osborne, Bette Lucas. THIRD ROXV: Temple Meade, Phyllis Horn, Anita Lowther, Rita Sellinger, Joyce Lavine, Jane Jack, Beverly King, Sylvia Jackson. FRONT ROXV: Barbara Young, Sandra Deller, Barbara Nelson, Mary Ann Fast, Bea Burnett. The Girls' Sports Club of Angola High School was organized during the 1949-50 school year to take the place of the Girls' Athletic Association. The colors remained blue and white and meetings are held every Friday night after school. The girls also go bowling every other Monday night. The purpose of the club is to further the athletic abilities of the girls in Angola High School. This year's officers were: Bette Lucas, president, Maxine Spangle, vice-presidentg Mary Ann Fast, secretaryg and Barbara Nelson, reporter. The sponsor of the club was Mrs. Brewer. Page Fifty-Five Future Teachers of America TOP ROVV: Pat Dvuckamiller, Phyllis Jarrard, Herbert Amstutz, Tony Cather, Miss Dunkin, Joan VVilkinson. FRONT ROYV: Bette Lucas, Mattie Nllisner, Diana Beatty, Sylvia Jackson, Shirley Ruth. The Angola Chapter of the Future Teachers of America was organized in 1949 with Floyd Mccufehan as the adviser. It was named the "John L. Estrich Club" in honor of Mr. John L. Estrich, former superintendent of the Angola School. The purpose of this organization is to encourage young people to cultivate in them- selves the qualities of personality and character which are the foundations of successful teaching. The local F. T. A. Club holds its meetings on alternate Wednesdays after school. Some of the members attended a conference at Manchester College in November. At this conference future teaching problems were discussed. Other activities included giving a play, "The Little Red Schoolhouse," as an aud- itorium program, giving a tea for the faculty, and having charge of the hall bulletin boards. The officers for the year were: Diana Beatty, president, Mattie Wisner, vice-pres- identg Shirley Ruth, secretaryg Sylvia Jackson, treasurerg Bette Lucas, historian-librarian, Jo DeRosa, reporter. The advisor was Miss Joyce Dunkin. , Page Fifty-Six uture Homemakers 0 America O bTOP ROW: Elaine Noragon, Joyce Rinehart, Nancy VVyatt, Janet Umbaugh, Patricia s orne. SECOND ROW: Donna Book, Patty Myers, Janice Ruth, Beverly Sams, Marilyn Huff, Phyllis Horn, Charlene McNett, Anita Clark, sponsor. FRONT ROVV: Gloria Reed, Alice Fair, Anita Lowther, JoAnne Carr, Greta Sewell. The Angola chapter of the Future Homemakers of America was organized in 1948. This year the girls have participated in such activities and programs as: A candlelight ceremony initiating their new members, caroling at Christmas time, a bake sale, and in April, their traditional mother-daughter banquet. Their motto, "Toward New Horizons," expresses the purpose of the organization- learning to live better today in order that the girls' lives and those of their families may be better tomorrow. The colors are red and white, symbolic of youth and purity and home life. The flower is a red rose, symbolic of glowing health. The emblem is octagonal in shape and features a house supported by two hands in the center. The hands are of the youth of today, youth who have courage and an unwavering determin- ation to succeed. The officers for the year were: President, Anita Lowther, vice-president, Greta Sewell, secretary, Jo Anne Carr, treasurer, Alice Fair, historian, Gloria Reed, chapter mother, Mrs. Lowther, chapter adviser, Miss Clark. Page Fzfty Seven 660ur Hearts Were Young and Gay" The senior class play, "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," was a comedy, adapted by Jean Kerr from the book by Cornelia Otis Skinner and Emily Kimbrough. It was directed by C. T. Fuller. The play tells of the trials and tribulations of Cornelia and Emily, who are traveling to Europe, where Cornelia plans to take dramatic lessons from a Monsieur De La Croix. Cornelia's parents are also traveling to Europe via another ship. The play picks up action when Emily supposedly kills a man with a deck chair. The mystery is solved, however, the ship's personnel are driven nearly crazy by the antics of the young seafarers. Tragedy looms when Cornelia developes measles. Dick and Leo, medical students from Harvard, cleverly smuggle Cornelia past the French health inspector at the port. On arriving in Paris, the girls meet Madame Elise and Therese, owners of a French hotel. Monsieur De La Croix is called and a dramatic lesson begins. Confusion reigns supreme when bedbugs go to work on Cornelia. Mr. Skinner, plus disinfectant, saves the day. The day of departure for America, Monsieur De La Croix tells Cornelia that she has no talent and he is evicted by an outraged Emily. Amid her parents, Dick, Leo, a window washer, and Emily, Cor- nelia sweeps into a glowing monologue. Everything turns out well in the end. The cast included: Mary Lee Sell, Mrs. Skinner, Jim Bledsoe, Mr. Skinner, Valrie Erickson, Cor- nelia, Fern Van Marter, Emily, Phil Krein, Dick Winters, Arthur Hockey, Leo McEvoy, Mike Crowl, Steward, Nancy Snow, Stewardess, Dick Bruhn, Admiral, Bill Selman, Purser, Bruce Martin, Health Inspector, Temple Meade, Harriet St. John, Janet Jarboe, Winifred Blaugh, Jo DeRosa, Madame Elise, Nancy Clark, Therese, Bill London, Monsieur De La Croix, and Chuck Kelly, Window Washer. MQW? l cc ' 99 Our Mass Brooks The junior play, "Our Miss Brooks,', was a comedy, written by Perry Clark from the radio drama- tization by R. J. Mann. The play revolves around the casting of a play. Miss Brooks' troubles are many, stemming from Mr. Wadsworth, the irate principal, Mrs. Allen, domineering school board member, Miss Fench, who helps just a little too much, a romantic interest in the coach, Hugo Longacre, Miss Audubon, the jealous music teacher, and keen rivalry between Jane and Rhonda. Miss Brooks first encounters trouble when she keeps Ted from basketball practice to punish him for copying. She cleverly wiggles out of this situation to find that she is to direct a play. Ted is the only boy who tries out for the play. Rhonda and Jane vie for one part. Jane wins, much to the disgust of Rhonda and her irate parents. Rehearsals are disorderly as they are held in the gym. In order to avoid confusion, Jane swipes the baskerballs and band instruments and hides them in Miss Brooks' office. When she is discovered,' Jane accidentally breaks a valuable vase belonging to Mrs. Allen. Miss Brooks then breaks the mate and Jane loses all the play-ticker money. The height of confusion is reached when an important member of the cast has an attack of appen- dicitis. The coach comes to the rescue and the show goes on. The cast included: Susie Mummert, Miss Brooks, Sylvia Jackson, Miss Fench, Bill Eberhart, Hugo, Steve Maloy, Mr, Wadsworth, Barbara Bodie, Miss Audubon, Bette Lucas, Jane, Larry Kunkel, Ted, Shirley Dixon, Rhonda, Sharon Lampman, Mrs. Allen, Joyce Clark, Elaine, Garna Golden, Sylvia, Jan- eth LaDow, Elsie, Mattie Wisner, Doris, Frances Cimbal, Faith, Tony Cather, Stanley, Jim Crouch, Martin, Don Hintz, Tom Cline, Jim Monroe, basketball boys. The play was under the direction of C. T. Fuller. Page Fiffy-Nim' Music In the Air FLUTES: Valrie Erickson, Roberta Brokaw, Kay Creel, Donna Coffman, Jane Jack, Cynthia XVillis. CLARINETS: Stephen Maloy, Patricia Druckamiller, Patricia Scott, Shirley Miller, Maxine Spangle, Nancy Stevens, Mary Fanning, Nancy German, Rita Sellinger, Mary Jane Hamma, Jane Brokaw, Nancy Gleason, Tim Culver, Jerry Richmond, Ned Cook, Bob Andrew. BASS CLARINET: Nancy Bezik. ALTO CLARINET: Donna Barlett. OBOE: Lucinda Newnam. BASSOON: Larry Kunkel. SAXOPHONE: Herbert Amstutz, Carol Strickler, Shirley Collins, Phyllis Horn, Jim Austin, Marvin Aldrich. CORNETS: .Tack Sellinger, Lynn Fisher, David Laird, Loi-in Krueger, Tony Cather, John Maloy, Fred Musser, David Mendenhall, Joan Ulmer. HORNS: Jean Begin, Dick Gecowets, Gary Forbes, Suzanne Caris. TROMBONES: Joyce Clark, Michael Erickson, Paul DeRosa, Sharon McLe1and, Blaine Nichols, Jim Swift. BARITONES: Gail Brauchla, Ronnie Steenerson, Sharon Lampman. BASSES: Don Hayward, Allen Kunkel, Maurice Barlett. PERCUSSION: Sandra Deller, John VVeiss, Ned Fifer, Janice Laird, Bob Gecowets, Shirley Henley, Karen Meyers. MAJORETTES: Greta Sewell, Nancy Snow, Marilynn Van Wagner, Joan Ulmer. DRUM MAJOR AND BAND PRESIDENT, Valrie Erickson. During the 1951-1952 school year the band had sixty-four members. Four of these were drum majorettes. The band played at all the home games during the basketball season. They marched on the floor at three of them. The Angola Schools entertained the Northeastern Indiana District Band, Orchestra, and Vocal Contest, on April S. The State Band Contest was held at Delphi, April 19. Seventy-six members participated in the Northern Indiana District Instrumental, Solo and Ensemble Contests held at Harrison School in Fort Wayne on February 9. Twenty-two superior ratings were won, twenty-nine, excellent, and six, good. Nine students entered the State Contest held at Indianapolis on February 23. This contest was open only to high school students. They won two superior ratings and three ratings of excellent. This year the band lost six seniors. These were Valrie Erickson, Jack Sellinger, Nancy Snow, Greta Sewell, Donna Coffman, and Mary Fanning. The drum majorettes lost were Greta Sewell and Nancy Snow. Coat sweaters were presented to all seniors with three consecutive years of satisfactory service. These were presented by the Band and Orchestra Parents' Club. The band was under the direction of Elwood Nichols. Page Sixty Sm To Me TOP ROXV: Bette Lucas, Sylvia Jackson, Peg' XYilliamson, Marilyn Huff, Josephine DeRosa, Bill Eherlizirt, Arthur Myers, Arthur Hockey, Diana Beatty, Nancy Alspaeh, Temple Meade, Phyllis Bishop, Mrs, Beck. SECOND RONV: Donna fliliifllliill, Suzanne Tfriger, Donna Davis, Tony Cather, Herbert Amstutz, Tom Cline, Tom Pearson, Joyce Clark, Kaye vVilliZLlUS1lll, Mary Jane Mann, Mary Fanning. FRONT ROYV1 Susie BlVlllNll1t'!'t, Sharon Lairipinzin, Betty SG-ryis, Tlobert Porter, Steve Maloy, Larry Kunkel, l.orin Krueger, Yalrie lirim-kson, Joanne Zinnner, Nancy Clark, Garnet Golden, Joyce Allen. A CAPPELLA CHOIR The A Cappella Choir consisted of forty-one boys and girls this year. It was under the direction of Mrs. Beck. During the school year, the choir performed on many different occasions. A few of these were: The Federation of Music Clubs at Pokagon State Parkg Community Sing at Metzg Christmas Program at the Christian Church, the Lions Club, Spring Vocal Concert, the Rotary Club, and the Commencement Service. The Choir also went to the contest this year. BOYS' GLEE CLUB The Boys' Glee Club which was composed of thirty members, was under the di- rection of Elwood Nichols. The Glee Club sang in an auditorium program and in the spring vocal contest. The accompanist was Arthur Hockey. Page Sixfy-One Band Parents The Band Parents' Club is formed by the parents of students in the beginning, junior and senior bands. This club sponsors the Hallowe'en Carnival each year, provides transportation to contests, buys awards for band members, and presents sweaters to eligible seniors. The Band Parents purchased ten new band uniforms last summer and plans to buy more this summer. The officers this year are: President, Harry Cook, vice president, Mrs. Robert Cather, secretary, Mrs. Donald Culver, treasurer, Mrs. Russell Deller. Orchestra A small orchestra was organized in Angola High School last year under the di- rection of Elwood Nichols. Many of the members were beginners. Much progress has been made and the future of the Angola High School orchestra is optimistic. VOCAL ENSEMBLES SENIOR QUINTET TOP ROW: Mary Lee Sell, Valrie Erickson, Donna Davis. FRONT Row: Nancy Alspach, Diana Beatty. SOPHOMORE SEXTET Dorothy Robbins, Sharon Clark, Jean Begin, Patricia Essenberg, Ann Redding, Rosalie Harman. Page Sixty-Two FIRST HONV: Party! Partyig 'Fiiere goes the lmllg YOu'i1 get fatg It's time to go bed, to SECOND RONV: Eek-what is it'?: Friend of yu11rS, Grctziik Tt's zz great day, seniorsp G idddapg XVQI1, Lucas. THIRD TIOXY: Bevy of heautif-sg Sleepy hozul: Susie and Billg Y0u'11 get sunburned, kids. FOURTH ROXY: Monkeys- znziylrez Junior house party: Senior ofiicersg Hi, Joan. FIFTH HOXY: Hanging out your wash: Glamour plusg Sophomore huuse party: Czunp daysg Raininfsq, Greta. 1 P age Sixiy-Three Aspiring alrvss 'mak- ers are filling u !ltlff4'l'lI J in Miss Clarks bonu' economivs flass. Mr. Ha'mmc'l aim' lais fresbmmz algclzra class are solzfing a jzrolzlcnz. Busy lwmls in Mr. KCl7lf'1',S shop Class. With Miss D1ll1kl11,S help we strive to makf' these COIYHIIIIS lmlarzrv. 'WVU will now haw a flu' mimzfr' spcfml iwsff' says Mr. Walrmlflf. Mr. Druclcamiller is explaining all about history. Under Mr. Feld- mann's watchful eye, the ufroslf' are learning hiology. Miss Reed's room is just the place' to study Latin. Mr. Kzzvehler ana' his ari sfudenis arf' hard at work. No one can 1u1a'e'r- siand this problem bu! Mr. Hammal aml thc "Mig" boys. iw in .E 23 , 5' W ixqgwf W ' A ug 1 3? 1 'X 1 . vw 'Q -1, v , K ' ,f.,..wM ??6w,5ezvwfW "W" if E, Sill X F GSWQ. K uh 2 v - L4 ff E . ff ,ww ff ,, GZYIWSEAH .. i 4 ' H an ' 'M f 'ff V g Q A fvxwwn W ffiw ,, pg :Gly n N94 ..... . :,-,: .... , mgwg 1 L, ww, ' 'WwQ?P5ze.?Z2L Q wewigg M 52:5 +5 ffh. ' ff' :MQ f f. yd, -.-. ww my :gk ':: -:,:- .. Q1 Nm W Wmgff ig 3 Qi, me W 5152 Q 3'-1' v. Ii 4 R Q! if-MM., mf 453 7 1, 1 .. , WB: ' Qu n 9 M fm? 1 51' wan., Q. 'Q .A s. 99, --"""'i b u.. ffl! A Hornets JIM BLEDSCE-Senior .Tim played center for the Hor- nets this year and was a very good tip-in artist. He was a good re- hounder and eould always be relied upon when needed. He was the top sc-orer on the team and will be hard to replace. JIM CROUCH-Junior Jim, another one of the big men on the team, saw much action this year and was one of the top scor- ers. He has a good left handed hook shot and will probably be a headache to the Hornets' foes next Year. TOM OTT-junior Tom didn't play much this year because of sickness. He played in only a few of the games at the first of the season. He was tough on defense and also a good ball handler. He will probably be a lot of help to the Hornets next year. MIKE CROWL-Seizior This was Mike's first year as Hor- net manager but he soon proved very valuable to both the coaches and the team. He was always on hand in practice or games, when- ever a member of the Hornet squad needed something. He too is a sen- ior and will be greatly missed next year. BRUCE MARTIN--Senior "Pussey" didn't play much this year but he had a good two handed shot. He was tough on defense and was always full of fight. DAVE NEUKAM-Senior Dave was one of the regulars this season and played many fine games for the Hornets this year. Dave showed a lot of drive and iight that will be hard to replace next year. DON MARTIN-Izmior Don saw much action this year. He was fast and also a Very good man for defense. He had a good two hand shot. He was always full of right and made it tough for many opponents. Hornets BILL SELMAN-Senior "Willie" was another one of the big men on the team. He was one of the top scorers for the sea- son. He was a Very good rebound- er and could always be Counted np- on when the going was tough, LARRY KUNKEL--junior Larry was moved up at mid-sea- son. He could always be counted on when needed. He has a good two handed shot from mid-court. He had a lot of fight in him and will be a big help to the Hornets next year. JACK SELLINGER-Senior "Satch" played a lot this year and was a good scorer. He had a good one handed shot from the corner, and could always be counted on. He will he hard to replace next year. PHIL HEALY-Senior Phil clidn't see much action this year but he had a good left handed push shot. He was fairly tough on defense. TOM CLINE-junior Tom was always full of tight and was an excellent feeder. Tom had a very good two handed shot from mid-court. Tom was one of the lead- ing scorers and can he counted on to make a good showing next year. DONN GRIFFIN-Senior "Griff" saw a little more action this year than most of the subs. He was a good rebounder and had a lot of fight in him. He could al- ways be counted on when he was needed. LES PEELER-Senior Les didn't see much action this year but he was a reliable substi- tute. He had a good right handed hook shot and could rebound Well. His team spirit will be greatly missed next year. Varsity Basketball quad Page Seventy TOP ROXV: Jim Crouch, Bill Selman. Les Peeler, Jim Bledsoe, Donn Griflin, CENTER ROVV: Tom Cline, Dave Neukam, Tom Ott, Phil Healy, Jack Sellinger FRONT ROXV: Bruce Martin, Don Martin. The Hornets had a good record this year. They won twelve games and lost six during the 1951-52 basketball season. However, they lost the traditional Hrst game to Kendallville 46-59. In the second game of the season, the Hornet squad defeated Waterloo 45-40. The Angola quintet traveled to Concordia, where they lost a thriller to the Cadets 48-47. Edon was no match for the Hornets and the Edon quintet was beaten 59-39. LaGrange bowed to the Hornet squad to the tune of 64-55. The Butler Wind- mills gave the Hornets a real battle but the Hornets finally downed them 59-56. South Whitley gave the Hornets quite a battle, and the Hornets dropped their third game of the season 49-53. Auburn Red Devils played host to the Hornets and the Hornets played one of the best games of the season before bowing to the Red Devils 55-46. The Garrett team was no match for the Hornets and was downed by a score of 71-53. The Waterloo Wildcats and the Hornets played another thriller before the Hornets finally won 45-44. The Berne squad was unable to match the Hornets and lost 63-36. The Hornets won their fifth straight contest by defeating Salem Center 60-49. The Hornets then traveled to Fremont to meet their strongest rival in Steuben County, The Fremont Eagles. Many fans say this was the best game of the season for the Hornets. The game was an overtime contest with the Hornets winning 59-58. The Hornets then dropped their first game in seven starts to Butler 48-45. The Hor- nets closed the season with a victory over the Elmhurst Trojans 45-37. In the sectional the Hornets defeated Ashley by a score of 54-44. The Hornets advanced to the evening game and played Butler. It was a close one all the way and the Hornets finally lost in an overtime 53-50. This was Coach Curt Rathburlfs fourth year as coach of Angola's Hornets. He piloted the Hornets to a season's record of 12 wins and 6 defeats. Curt was a fine coach and helped the Hornets win many games this year. CHEERLEADERS Our three cheerleaders have done a fine job this year. They have introduced many new yells and pepped up the old ones. This was Greta Sewell,s third year before the cheering section. Marilynn Van Wagner is a veteran with two years' experience and this is the first year for Susie Mummert. We shall miss Greta next year, but as Marilynn and Susie are juniors, We can look forward to a good or better cheering section for next year's season. .R 0: .-I INDIVIDUAL SCORING RESERVE TEAM SEASON Angola ,..,.................. 26 Kendallville ............ 29 Angola ..... .....,.. 4 1 WVaterl0o ....... ........ 2 4 G Player FG FT FTA F T Angola ,.... .,...... 3 9 Concordia ,.... ........ 2 4 15 Bledsoe S9 42 76 1.5533 33 221 114.73 Angola ,,,,A ,,,,,,,, 3 5 Edon, O. ,.., ,,...,,, 2 2 16 Martin, D 35 23 42 1.5473 46 93 1 5.83 Angola ,,,,, 4,,,,,,, 3 9 LaGrange ..,.. ,....... 2 8 15 Cline 48 31 48 1.6463 45 127 1 8.53 Angola ,,,,, ,,,,.,,, 2 5 Butler ,,,.,.,,... ..,,..,. 4 2 10 Selman 52 40 62 1.6453 34 144 114.43 Angola ...,, , ....... 42 S. Whitley .............. 38 14 Neukam 23 13 20 1.6503 21 61 1 4.43 Angola ,,,,, ..,,,,,, 2 6 Auburn ,.,................. 28 16 Sellinger 35 10 22 1.4553 13 80 15.03 Angola ,,.,, .,,.,,,, 3 1 Garrett .......,,,,,..,.,,,. 19 15 Crouch 34 39 55 1.7093 37 107 1 7.13 Angola ...,, ,......, 4 3 Montpelier, O. ...... 41 5 Peeler 1 1 5 1.2003 9 3 1 0.63 Angola ,.... ,,...... 2 9 YVaterloo ................ 34 6 Ott 2 4 5 1.8003 2 8 1 1.33 Angola ..... ........ 3 3 Berne ........................ 34 5 Martin B. 1 2 2 11.0003 4 2 1 0.43 Angola ,..., ........ 2 1 Salem Center ........ 35 3 Healy 1 0 0 1.0003 3 2 1 0.73 Angola ..... ........ 4 1 Fremont ......,........... 33 5 Griffin 4 2 10 1.2003 2 10 1 2.03 Angola ..... ........ 3 1 Butler ............. ........ 2 2 5 Kunkel 1 1 3 1.3333 5 3 1 0.63 Angola .,... ..... . ..... 3 7 Elmhurst .... . ........... 27 326 209 350 254 S61 Total 557 Total ....... ...... 4 90 SECTIONAL TOURNEY FRESHMAN SEASON GP FG FT FTA F TP Angola ,,.,....,............. 21 Butler .........,.,.......... 26 Crouch .... ........ 2 8 5 8 1.6253 9 21 Angola ..... .,...... 2 7 Kendallville ............ 11 Bledsoe .. ........ 2 15 3 8 1.3753 9 33 Angola ..... ........ 1 9 Butler ........... ......,. 1 7 Sellinger ........ 2 4 0 1 1.0003 1 8 Angola ,.... ........ 3 3 LaGrange ..... 9 D, Martin ,... ,....... 2 9 9 13 1.6943 7 27 Angola .,... ........ 2 3 Fremont ....... ....,,.. 2 2 Kunkel ........ ......., 1 0 0 0 1.0003 0 0 Angola ..... ........ 1 S Fremont .................. 42 Cline ..,..,,,... ...,.,.. 2 5 3 6 1.5003 13 Angola .,,.. ........ 3 7 Salem Center ........ 24 Griffin ,.,,,,.,., ,,...... 1 0 0 0 1.0003 0 0 Angola ,.... ........ 3 0 LaGrange ................ 20 B, Martin ,,,,,, ,.,..... 1 0 0 0 1.0003 0 0 Angola .,,.. ........ 2 1 Garrett ..................,. 19 Neukam ,,... ........ 2 1 0 1 1.0003 2 2 Angola ..... ........ 2 9 Salem Center ........ 18 Angola .,... ........ 2 5 Kendallville ............ 34 Angola ..... ..... 3 3 Ashley ........... ........ 2 4 SPORTS MENTORS Mr. Hammel, Mr. Rathburn, Mr. McCutchan, Mr. Druckamiller. Page Seventy-One BEES TOP HOXY: Don Hayward, Curt Rathburn, coach, Jim Siegel, Felix VVelclon, James Monroe, Don 1-Iintz, Mike Clausen, Leonard XYar1'en, James MacFadyen, Jim Chase, managerg John Book. FRONT HOXY: Keith Geren, XVemlell Horn, Larry Klink, Larry Kunkel, Hal Moore. F RESHMEN TOP ROXV: John Hamrnel, voavhz Charles Rose, Jim Babcook, Toni Randolph, Clyde Lonsbury, Jerry Richmond, Bob Kelly, manager. FRONT IIOYV: Ronnie Meek, Charles Southern, Allen Fair, Junior Bartlow, Bob Porter. Baseball quad BASEBALL SCORES Angola-O Hutler-7 Angola-18 Home City-1 Angola.-5 XVolf Lake-4 Angola-9 Kcndallville 5 Angola-7 XYaterlo0-9 Angola-7 Albion-4 Angola-10 Ashley-11 Angola-6 Butler-13 BATTERIES Dave Neukam, Wendell Horn, Tom Ott. INFIELDERS Don Martin, Tom Cline, Larry Kunkel, Phil Healy. BASEBALL SQUAD TOP ROYV: Coach Ratliburn, Kenneth Dowell, Jerry Rich- mond, Lorin Krueger, Leonard xV3.1'I'6ll, Felix Viieldon, Don Hayward, Ronnie Meek, Coach Hammel, Mgr. Druckamiller. SECOND ISCOWZ Donn Grif- fin, Keith Geren, Tom Cline, Vilenclell Horn, Dave Neukam, Dun Hintz. FRONT TXOXVZ Jim lNIac'F:ifl- yen, Don Mzirtin, Jaek Sellin- Lrer, Phil Healy, l42.l'1'5' Kim- kel, Tom Ott. Bits About the Seniors Name Nickname Joyce Allen ,,,,,,,...,,.,.... Peanut ,,.. - ,.,... Nancy Alspach .,,.,,...,,. Prudy h........,, Joan Baldwin .,.......,.... Iggie .V..,.. ---- Diana Beatty n,.......n,.,.. Dyne A........,. . Joan Beck .,,,,,c. Roberta Berkes ...,,...... Phyllis Bishop ............. -Jo or Fenders- Bobbie .,.....,... -Plaid .,,,,...,... Favorite Saying -I know a Joke ,,,.,........ -Goodness ,,,,,,,, ...,,,.. --Let's get a pass ,,,,,,....,, .Guess wha' ' -That's for .1 sure -Hey, Bruc . ,,,....,.,... 3 A. H. S. MEMORIES Ambition Jr.-Sr. banquet, Zimmer,sTo be a success in what- -parties ,.,,.,......A,.,.........,...,.. e ver I attempt My dates with Tom ,,,.,.,,,, To be a success in college Sophomore year, basket-Heavens, I don't know ,,,,,, ball games and art ,,,,.,,,.... Be a success I suppose Soph. year, Jr.-Sr. ban-Be a good elementary quet, games .,............-..,,,.. teacher To be a success in what- Jr.-Sr. banquet, class playsever I do .Class plays, house parties --Nurse House parties, Jr. class --That s for sure ..........,. play ,r..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, - ,,,,,.., Eventually to be a success I ought to stay home and study tonight but I guess I can do it in Go to college and later be Jim Bledsoe ,,,,,, ,,.,,.... J im .,r.. ..,.,... s tudy hall ..,.,,r.,,,..,,.,... Junior year, class plays ,... a success Dick Bruhn ,,,,--,,,,, ,---Bruno .,.......... W anna bet? ---- ........... Class plays ,......,,,..,.,......... Go through college Driver's training class,To travel and have lots of J0-Anne Carr ,,,,,,r,,,., --Jo ,,,. ,...... -D on,t know, Do you? --games, house parties .....,,. fun, then get married House parties, class plays, Nancy Clark ,,,,,,,,,,,,..., Cl ark ---E ....... .That'll be swell ............ basketball games .....,.....,.. Get married Oh! Oh! Now you're Commercial student at In- Donna Coffman -,,,...... Co ffman ........ getting funny! ....... ----Ronnie Sutton ,,,,,s,,,,,,.,.,., diana University ,Senior parties, governmentBusiness Administration at Michael Crowl ,,..,...,.. Mouse ....... .---.Says who? ......... ........ c lass ,,,,,i,.,i,.,,,-,,..i,.........., MSC My dates with Tom, Jr.- Donna Davis ,-,,,,...,,.... Doe-Doe ...... -.See ya, poochini ............ Sr. banquet .............,.,........ To get hitched Mary Davis ,,,,, ,,,...,. , Peg ..,,.,,...,,,,,, I d0n't have time .,...... Government class .,.,,,,s,,,,.. Type 150 c. w. p. m. Denny Deller ,,,.,,..,...., Denny .......,.. Figi ---- ........,..............., Psychology class ....,. ....,.. T o succeed Jo DeRosa ---,,s,- - ,,...,. J 0 .............,.... That'll be swell ..........., Senior play ,,,,,,,,.-,,,,,,.,,,,-,, T eacher "Our Hearts Were Young Val Erickson ,,-,--,,,,....,. V al 4 .....,....,,... Swell ........rr.................. and Gay" ,,s,,,,.,,i.,,,,,,,,,,,,.. College graduate Alice Fair ,---,Ys, --,,,..-. P eachey .......... Don't know, do you? -Sophomore class picnic ,... Secretary Mary Fanning ----,,,.,.,.. Louie .....,,.,...., Well ...,.,,.,,,.....,,............ Senior parties ,ii.,...,,ii,,,.,r,. Be a success Janet Gecowets ,,..i....,.. J anet .....,...,,,.. Never ,,,,, ........ J unior-Senior banquet ,.,... Get married Donn Griffin ,-,-,vs.,,..,... Griff ....,s,,,,,,.. You know .,..,. ,....... A thletics ..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.., Be a success Albert Guilford ,,,,,-,,... Al s--- ,,,,r,..... Nuts ---- ,....... ........ A rt Myers' party Travel the U. S. Phil Healy -,,,,,,,,.,,,,... Bluf .,,., - ....... No-o-0-0-0 ..,,,., ..,,,,.. S enior play .,......... ,.,.,., A rmy ofhcer Richard Hefty ,-,,,,...,,, D lick ,...,......... Not printable ,,,.,,,,,,,,., Senior play ,,,,,, Engineer Arthur Hockey -Art ,,,,, .,.,.,.. H ow'd you guess it? ,,,, Senior play ...,,,, Pharmacist Janet Jarboe ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.. Jan .....,..... ----Youire pretty funny ,... Senior play ...... Be a success Chuck Kelly ,,,,,,,,,,, ----Chuck ,,,,...,.... Gees ow ,.r.r,..,,,.,i..,.. ----Senior play -------------,-------- -Be a farmer Phil Krein ------------------- Norma Kugler ---------- Page Seventy-F0u1' -Norma -Alfonso --------- -Swell ---------- ---------Oh heck! The parties at the spring- house --------- Christmas prom ------ ------ an engineer -To get married Name Bill London ,,.,, Anita Lowther ,,,.,..,.., Janie Mann ,.,,. Bruce Martin ...... ..... Temple Meade f .,,,.,,,... Joann Mote ..... Arthur Myers ,..,..,.,,,.. Dave Neukam .,,...,.,,,., Blaine Nichols ,.......,,., Patricia Osborne Bits About the Seniors Nickname Favorite Saying A. H. S. Memories Ambition Get in and out of Navy as Summer vacations ,.....,.,... soon as possible Just plain Bill Hey, babe! ....,, ....,.... .Nita ,,..,.,-,,,,.. .Gismo ,........... .Pussy ..,,..--,..., .Bilhet ...,.......... ----..Jo --.--- Oh boy! ,,..,...,. Sing it, Sarah! ,..,.,,,,... Weill ! ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,. Oh! Oh! Youlre Ill' odd! ,,,.......,,......,......, That s swell! .,,.,,,,,...,,t .Art ..... .-,,,.., N ot talking, huh? .Parrot .,,.,,...... -Suntan ............ .Patsy r.......,,,,.. Honesty! ......,,....,,..... -- Early morning breakfastsLab technician or psychi- and parties .,,,,,,......,,,,...,... atrist Zimmerls parties and the To get married plays ,.,.,,,.....,,r.,,,,..,....,,,..., , -niet and Senior plays Tim Austin ..,,,,..,.,..........., Junior-Senior banquets Not talking ..,..........,...,, . -..-Dentist .Teacher . Just be a success in life Still not talking Zimmer's and Baldwin's To get a wife .PRITICS ......,,,,...e,,,,,e,......Y,,e. Class parties ,,r., I will tear you in half.-. You're cute! ,...... . Senior parties ,,,,.. Armed forces Secretary To own a chain of res- t21L1I'3.1'1tS Everything ......,,,.... ....... Oh, swell! ......., .....,... That'll be swell! ,,,,..,,. . Oh, be nice! ..., ,,,.... . Ha, odd wad ...,,,,,,,,..,, After game parties ...,,,i., Be just like Harry Truman Louie .......,,,,......,..,,. - ....... Junior-Senior banquet .,,. Summertime ....,,,............. - To get married -.To get a job, I guess .Engineer Be a success Parties ................................ Junior and Senior class plays and Charlie ............ To be happy and a success Class plays ........................ Own a Cadillac Zim's parties with MikeStay out of Korea and in Crowl present .................... college Basketball games, parties, Jr. class play ................... Be a nurse Going with Ken ................ Be a nurse To be a success at what I Jr. year and class plays .... attempt Possibly ............ ........ . Tom Pearson ................ Tee Pee ---,----. Lester Peeler ............... .Les ....... ........ Carolyn Raney ............ Carol .............. ' Gloria Reed ................ Jean ................ Darn it! .... -. Tom Reek ....... .Pasquali So what? .... Richard 'Rose .... ..... R ed .... ........ B ull ............... Mary Lee Sell .............. Lee ..... ........ ' Jack Sellinger ............. Satch .............. Oh! darn ....... Bill Selman ..... ...r...... W illie ............ Bull ..... Betty Servis ............... .Duchess .......... Judas .......... Greta Sewell ................ Gert .............. Oh, shoot ..... Jeanette Sheets .............. Jenny ............ ' Nancy Snow ...... ...... N ancy ............ Bill Steffan ..,.. Ann Travis ..... Suzanne Unger ........... Fern Van Marter Kaye Williamson Joanne Zimmer ........... .Bill ,. .... ....... . .Ann ................ -Suzie ..... ...... - -. . Fern .............. .Teeny -Zim ................ Thanks a lot ................ What the heck? ........... . Darn it ....................... . Oh! Youire not odd Hey! Swell ...... ......... Senior class play ............. Sophomore year ..... Engagement ..................... House parties and Senior class play ..... .Be a success Haven,t got any Be happy To be happy and success- Bill ...... ful Junior-Senior banquet Scroon ge .... ......... No joke? ....... ........ . Parties and people Be a success in everything try' To be a success in what- ever I undertake .-.....-....College Page Seventy-Five Memories SEPTEMBER 5. A. H. S. begins to buzz at 9:00 Butler downs Angola 7-0 7. Yearbook sale starts Angola over Rome City 18-1 11. Angola beats Wolf Lake 5-4 14. Juniors sponsor a sock dance Angola victorious over Kendallville 9-5 17. Yearbook sale ends 18. Waterloo over Angola 9-7 21. Ashley has close call with Angola 11-10 24. Hall Rodman presents "Portraits in Make-up" 25. Angola noses out Albion 7-3 26-28. Iowa tests 28. Freshman initiation Juniors order their class rings Butler downs Angola 13-6 OCTOBER 2. The high school and junior high have their individual pictures taken 3. First issue of the "Hornet" is on sale 4. Yell leaders are elected-Greta Sewell, Susie Mummert and Marilynn VanWag- ner 5. Y-Teens sponsor sock hop 12. End of the first grading period The State Conservation Department showed a movie on conservation 13. Marching contest at Auburn 18. Seniors present their first performance of "Our Hearts Were Young and Gayu 19. Class play has capacity house The A Cappella sang for the American Federation of Music Clubs 22. Freshmen take Kuder Test 25-26. We have a vacation while teachers go to Teachers Association meet 31. Band Parents sponsor Hallowe'en Car- nival NOVEMBER 1. Second "Hornet" appears 2. Hornets lose first basketball game to Kendallville 59-46 Page Seventy-Six of 1951-52 Freshmen lose to Butler Hornets whip Waterloo. 45-40 Juniors sponsor sock dance Y-Teen advisers attend conference at Fort Wayne Open House Freshmen win over Kendallville Concordia wins over Hornets by one point 48-47 Chalk Talk by Ken Smith Rev. Utterback speaks to high school Hornets take Edon 59-39 Sophomores sponsor sock hop -23. We eat turkey Freshmen win over Butler Hornets victorious over LaGrange 64-55 Seniors sponsor sock dance End of second grading period DECEMBER Band parents have a pancake supper Mac speaks to high schoolg the A Cap- pella choir and Boys, Glee Club also appear on the program .Hornets conquer Butler 59-56 Freshmen win over LaGrange Christmas "Hornet" appears Freshmen take Fremont in thriller South Whitley defeats Hornets 53-49 F. H. A. sponsors sock dance "Crystal Capers" Carol Sing Hornets lose to Auburn 55-46 -Jan. 2. Christmas Vacation Juniors get their class rings JANUARY Hornets sting Garrett 71-53 Freshmen lose to Fremont Commercial seniors go to Fort Wayne F. T. A. presents "The Little Red Schoolhouse" Winter Band Program Hornets win over Montpelier 58-32 Student Council sponsors sock dance 15 17 17 18 25 26 29 30 1 2. 4-5 4 5 6 8 9 13 15 16 19 21 22 23 26 27 29 Memories . Freshmen win over Salem Center . Freshmen beat LaGrange -18. Semester tests . Hornets have close call with Waterloo K 45-44 End of third grading period Y-Teens present rare talent Hornets gloriously defeat Berne 63-36 Hornets take Salem Center 60-49 Y-Teens sponsor sock dance Frosh beat Garrett V Another "Hornet', comes out on sched- ule FEBRUARY Hornets nose Fremont in real thriller 59-58 F. H. A. holds a bake sale -6. Seniors take scholarship tests Robert T. Edgar took A. H. S. "Out of this World" on a space ship Freshmen win over Salem Center Dramatics Club presents "Many Happy Returns," "Cracked Ice" and "Balcony Scene" Butler defeats Hornets 48-45 Seniors take Civil Service Exams Juniors sponsor sock dance Solo and Ensemble Music Contest at Fort Wayne Y-Teens go to district conference A Cappella sings for the Lions Club Hornets chalk up a win over Elmhurst 45-37 Sophomores sponsor sock dance Seniors hold a bake sale Freshmen lose to Kendallville Freshmen Win over Ashley John Shiraef speaks on Communism State Solo Instrumental and Ensemble Contest Sophomore bake sale Tourney issue of the "Hornet,' is out Sectional tourney . End of fourth radin period S g A Cappella sings for Rotary of 1951-52 MARCH 3-5. Junior high tournament Juniors present "Our Miss Brooks" More "Miss Brooks" F. H. A. sponsors dance March "Hornet" is issued Y-Teen Adult Council meeting held Hi-Y shows movie to school Vocal Music Concert I. U. Achievement Contests in math, Latin and English APRIL Hi-Y district conference Vocal Music Department entertained us District band and vocal contest -13. Spring vacation End of fifth grading period G. A. A. sponsors sock dance State band contest at Delphi Band entertains us with concert MAY School exhibit Frances Elliott 'Clark music festival Awards day Vocal Festival Senior class day May dance Junior and Senior Banquet Senio1's leave for trip Memorial Day . JUNE Baccalaureate Second semester exams More exams Students dismissed K Commencement Grade cards are out. Hurrah for sum- mer vacation! Page Seventy Seven ki X 4 z ,M A A .,,,.,,,,.,.,W.., - V -.. ami FIRST ROVV: Judy Healy, expert gyninast: Kaye XVllll2LlllS0ll1 NVhere 'ya guii1g'?: 1 Don't thruw it, Betty. all ready 101' hed: XVhy so happy, L'larl:?: Oh, Oh: Supliniiioiw- Liz and Templeg Jane .lan-k SECOND ROVV: Juniors sleepy heads: Pals Georgia. and Barb: Vt-rn. THIRD ROVVZ Hi, Lee: A happy group of suplminores: Hey, you'll get run over: lmrft le-an too far: YVQW, Fern: Bye, Shirley. l"OL'llTH ROXY: Junior high cheer lezulei-N, Clark and Bohlvie: liek, Indians: Pretty picture, eh: Gordon Kupe. I"1l"'I'H ROXV: Sun In-ight, ga1s?: Hey, huw about some s1evD'.': MuSt be 21 20011 32111181 Carolyn and her sailor buy. l"II"TH TIOYV: Ken and NanCY: Janie and Don: Dnn't wit too much, girls: Pin-nic at Pokagon. Page Sevmty-Eiglozf FIRST ROXV: After the junior play: Off to the promg After the hanquet: A thorn :ind two roses: Charlie and Lee. SECOND ROXV: Alyse and Dick: Carolyn and Louie: Susie and Bill: Sue :ind Bill again: Hi, Betty: Phil and Janet. THIRD IIOXVI Aren't we graceful: Quite an armful, huh, girls: Bill, Tom and Ott: Freshman party: Joan, don't say it. FOURTH ROXV: Junior class officersg Tom Pearson: Fern and Skip: You don't say: Fern and Gabby. FIFTH ROXV: Look at our new flags: Seniors hard at workg Anita, Alice and Gretag Sharon and Steve, June Yates. Page Seifenty-Ni11e Alumni Robert Badders--U. S. Navy E Joseph Beck-U. S. Navy jack Bledsoe-U. S. Navy Ray Bodie-Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa James Hamilton-U. S. Navy Howard Clark-U. S. Navy Harold Spencer-U. S. Air Force Nancy Sutton--International Business College, Fort Wayne, Indiana Sondra Randolph-Working, Angola, Indiana Daniel Munson-Notre Dame University, South Bend, Indiana William Radcliffe-Farming, Angola, Indiana James Shank-U. S. Marines Robert Mitzman-Hartford College of Art, Hart- ford, Connecticut Lewis Mounts-U. S. Navy Eugene Easterday-U. S. Navy V Carlton Erwin--Sunrise Dairy, Angola, Indiana Phyllis Fanning--International Business College, Fort Wayne, Indiana James Fisher-U. S. Navy Hadley Davis-U. S. Air Force Denny Druckamiller-Indiana University, Blooming- ton, Indiana Page Eighty of 1950 Don Blum-Weatherhead Inc., Angola, Indiana Merrill German-Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana Minnie McKellips-Mrs. Ralph Bailey, Zanesville, Ohio Arlene McClellan--Mrs. Walt Winsky, Chicago, Ill. Donald Nelson-U. S. Rubber Corp., Fort Wayne, Indiana Jean Williamson-Albion College, Albion, Michigan Thola Miller-Telephone Office, Angola, Indiana Sally Williamson-Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Mich- igan Karl Wuest-U. S. Marines Kenneth Neukam-U. S. Navy Richard Meredith-U. S. Navy Richard Holmes-Weatherhead Inc., Angola, Indiana Susanna Lemley-Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Mich- igan Orville Pentico-Magnavox Co., Fort Wayne, Ind. Dene Cotner--Mrs. Robert Chase, Elizabeth, New Jersey Robert Holmes-U. S. Navy Glen LaVine-U. S. Navy Cyrus Johnson--U. S. Air Force Alumni Evangelene Amstutz-Spring Arbor College, Spring Arbor, Michigan Carma Carpenter--Mrs. Dale Lonsbury, Angola, Ind. Dorothy Dove-Telephone Office, Angola, Indiana Veryl Carpenter-Working, Angola, Indiana Cornelius Demorest-Angola Saw Mill Angola, Indiana George Gecowets-A. 81 P. Store, Decatur, Indiana Larry Geren-J. C. Penney Company, Angola, Ind. Dorothy Deming-Oifice of Tri-State College, An- gola, Indiana Mary Ann Goss-School of Nursing, Ball State Teachers College, Muncie, Indiana David Handy-Franklin College, Franklin, Indiana Don Huff-Tri-State College, Angola, Indiana Ana Lou Mathews--Mrs. Carl Shupp, Angola, Ind. Adele Johnson-Oifice of Tri-State College, Angola, Indiana David Kaye-Purdue University, LaFayette, Indiana Wilma Keller--Tribolet's Dime Store, Angola, Ind. Charles Humphries-Tri-State College, Angola, Ind. Mary Ann Moore-Ball State Teachers College, Mun- cie, Indiana Irene Nelson-Nurses' Training School, Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne, Indiana Beverly Miller-Harris Hubbard's Law Office, An- gola, Indiana Marilyn Renner-Frozen Locker Plant, Angola, Ind. jack McNett--Mann's Body Shop, Angola, Indiana of 1951 Philip Newnam-Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana Carol Rodebaugh-DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana Steve Sanders-Working on farm, Angola, Indiana Martha Rose-Mrs. Jack Groves, Angola, Indiana Jerrie Shank--Nurses' Training School, Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne, Indiana Marjorie Smith-Mrs. Carlton Rinehart, Angola, Ind. Carlton Waite-Purdue University, LaFayette, Ind. Ramona Smurr-Elkhart Business University, Elk- hart, Indiana Paula Randolph-Working in New Mexico Keith Shiley-McCray Refrigerator Company, Ken- dallville, Indiana Don Taylor-Purdue University, LaFayette, Indiana Marilynn Weiss--Ball State Teachers College, Mun- cie, Indiana Sue Jackson-Milligan College, Tennessee Norma Coffman-Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. Max Schaeffer-Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana John Caris-Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. Dottie Cotner-Ball State Teachers College, Muncie, Indiana Clarence Bal-Working, Auburn, Indiana Bruce Warren-U. S. Navy Dick Meek-Working, Angola, Indiana Page Eighty-One FIRST ROW: Seniors when they were freshmen: Naney and Din-ki XYat' elia doin' lia1'b'?1 XX7ht'l"l:5 ya going, Janie: Say now, Donna: Nice catch. SECOND IIUNY: Oh, Clark, Sandy Delleri Paroiyn Raneyl Jeannine G.: V211 liric-kson Alia-e Fair: Anita Ii.: VR'i11ieg Joyve und Anita: Jully IC.: Oh, Lee. THIRD ROVV: Hi, Jensen: llemly for a plunge, Lee?: Freslimziii house party: Harb Nelson: Dorothy and Jim: Greta and friend: NHIIUY, Nfflfll fall- FOURTH HONV: Looks like :fi pivniv: Tired, g'i1'ls'?: Three juniors: Rosalie taking: it easy: Seniors in the sun. FIFTH IIONV: Hi, Chuck and Jim: Hai-ry, Get set, go: Nancy, win't you read'?: xvllllil, Silver: Sun hurt your eyes, Mike. , SIXTH IIOXY: Three happy sophonioresi liiclmrd Ilose and friend: More sophomores Junior house party: Sharon soaking up the sun. Page Eighty-Two FIRST R tziries and gy SECOND Heck: Dyne's THIRD I v 4 My MH s W Q A-di . OXV: Our janitors, Hzuiy and Dim-ki Miss Dunkin and studentsi Oni' secre- ni tezwhvrq Better 11llC'3,S1 Miss Paul: Miss Stevens and Miss Frank, HONV: Lookin' fin- soniehody, To1n'.': Senior palsg At the iJZlI14lll6tl Joan birtiiclay party: .lllniors and Watiwnieluii. iOXY: Good old house party days: Seniors as freshmen: Smile, girls: A fav- orite pastim 9-signing Keys. FOURTH Keith 1 Jo De PTH FI 1 R there, Junior? RUXV1 Share alike, girls: Ezirly in the morning after the banquet: Harb and Rossi: XYhat's so intvresting? OXY: Barb in Ci11if0l'Ili211 Freshnnin officersi Hi, Janie-g Howli you get in Page A-WAX Eigbiy-Three FIRST ROXV: Old frieemls, Shirluy and Lee: Forn, :rot out 01' there: Sisters, Vs-i'n and Barb: Fasliicm plates: Just got np, l'll het, SECOND IIOXY: Looks windy, gil-lsg Jeannine: Cai-ulyn and Barb: Janie in Cleveland: Pals: Garna and Fran. THIRD ROXV: Senior uHic'e-rs: All ready for school: 'Pony and Jean: Eighth grade gracluation. Jan l"Ol'li'I'H ROXY: XVOn't it wnrk, Knitliifl Hi, fellas: .lim Balwovki Keith, what a fave: and Linda. FIFTH ROXV: Old fasliium-ll familyi Y-Teen nll-claw-Q: More Y-Tuens: Oh -li-ar, girlsg Future familyg C'aesz1r's musiuians. Page Eigbfy-Four QQ, gi Q 9 E: f as 62 :""P G-P 71... 'M' E ,Q-2 I-kms QS L-I af'-as filqunb .-L-S eg' g..'2"' W Q5 Q Our Advertisers ABSTRACTS: Goodale Abstract Company ,,,,, ,7,,,,,, 1 51 ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT: Van's Sports Shop .,,...,t,,,, ATTORNEYS: G. Kenneth Hubbard .,v,. Harris Hubbard ,,,,,,,,.. Harvey E. Shoup .,,.,,,.,. Conn H. L. Smith ....,.... AUTOMOBILE DEALERS: .,.......l09 17 64 ......--278 ,,,,.--,345 Alwood Motors ,..,,,,.,,,,..,,.A..,,,,..,,,,,,,,, ........ 9 S Angola Motor Sales, Mercury ,...,,,,.,.,.......,.,,,,, SS 6 Casebeer and Arnold ,,.,,....,.,,..-.,..r,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 108 Bob Lamoreaux Pontiac Sales and Service ...... , 20 Maxton Chevrolet Sales ,,,,,.r.,,,,,,,.v,,,.....,....,,.... 182 Ed Sellgren Buick Company, Inc. ,,...,..,,,,,,,,7,,, 444 Al Stolte Co., Dodge and Plymouth v,,,,,,,,,,, 760 Steuben County Automobile Dealers' Association Tiifany's Motor Sales and Sinclair Products .c.. 494 AUTO PARTS: Golden Auto Parts .,..,..,,,,,......, ,....... 2 75 Western Auto Associate Store ,,.,,, r,,,.,,,. 4 21 BAKERIES: Beatty's Bakery ,.... ....7,,. 1 95 BANKS: Angola State Bank .....,..........,,,....... ,,...,,,. 1 88 First National Bank of Angola ...... ..... 1 BARBER SHOPS: Clark's Barber Shop Fisher's Barber Shop Subway Barber Shop BEAUTY SHOPS: Manor Beauty Shop ,,,,.,..r ,,,,,.,. 5 77 Rainbow Beauty Shop .,,.,,, ........ 4 67 BOAT LIVERIES: Meyer Boat Livery ,,,,,r .,,,,,,,, 8 137-L BOTTLERS: Angola Bottling Works ,,,,,., .,,,.,.. 3 68 BOOK STORES: College Book Store ,,,.,, ,,r,,,,, 3 98 Munn's Book Store r,.... .,.,,,,. S 34 CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING: Hickory Chemical Laboratory ,,,,,,.., ...,,,, 8 0 61-J CIGAR DEALERS: Willis W. Love Company ,,,,,,., CLEANERS: Angola Dry Cleaners ,,,,,,,, McBride's Dry Cleaners .... CLOTHIERS: Jarrard's Men's Wear ,,,,.,,,... Jerry Jacob's Men's Shop .,..,,,, Ted s Men s Store ,,,,...,,,,.,,,,, COAL COMPANIES: Angola Brick and Tile ,,,,, Linder Coal Company ....... CONFECTIONERS: Loui's Sweet Shop ....... CONTRACTORS: Harley O. Martin ,,,v... DAIRIES: Page Dairy Company ,,,,,,,, Gaycrest-Crone Dairy ........ Sunrise Dairy .,,r.,,.,,,,,,,. DAIRY SERVICE: Meyer's Dairy Service .,.. DENTISTS: Dr. C. B. Anderson .,,.,,..,.,.,,..rr Drs. S. F. and W. R. Aldrich DEPARTMENT STORES: J. C. Penney Company ,,... DRESSMAKERS: The Nook Shop ,,., . DRESSED POULTRY: Kay's Dressed Poultry ,,,., DRESS SHOPS: Angola Dress Shop ,,,.,,,,,,,,.,.,,, Ritter and Ferry Dress Shop ,,,.... Harmanis Ladies Shoppe ,,r,..,,,. DRUGGISTS: Kratz Drug Store ,,,..,. Loomis Drug Store ..,,, ,,,,,...,256 8 2 77 m,,.l97 1 29 3 S ----,---r107 -L 18 8 0-R 21 3 -....,,,.426 -..-...,.633 71 3 04 47 76 1 19 80 ,,...,...288 -.-,..171 -.-r,,...147 O7 Page Eighty-Five Uur Advertisers ELECTRIC SHOPS: Foutz Electric Shop .,.,. EXPRESS AGENCIES: Railway Express Agency ...,Ac. Expressways Inc. .,...,..,...,.,.. . FACTORIES: Weatherhead Company ..,..... FARM BUREAUS: Steuben County Farm Bureau Cooperative Association, Inc. ,,.,.,. FARM REPAIR: Glen's Farm Repair-Acetylene and 36 1 05 -.-- 8 85 43 Electric Welding and Cutting ....,..,......,. S71-J FARM IMPLEMENTS: Chard Implement Company .-..... Covell Implement Store ,.,,,....,.. Farm Equipment Sales ....,.v,,,. Oliver Sales Company ,,v,,, FEED STORES: Hamma Feed and Supply, Feeds, Seeds Fertilizer and Garden Supplies ..,,...... FILLING STATIONS: Clair's Texaco Service ....., GoodW1n's D-X Station ,,,.,,-,,,,.,r,r,r, .--.--,----,487 Shell Oil Station, West on U. S. 20 ,,r,,,...r., Newnam Shell Service ,,..,,..,r,,,,,,,,.,....,. FIVE AND TEN CENT STORES: W. R. Thomas Sc to S1 Store ., ,....., .- FLORISTS: Throop Florist ,.......,.., FROZEN LOCKERS: Angola Frozen Locker Storage ....... FUNERAL DIRECTORS: Klink's Funeral Home .,..,, Weicht's Funeral Home r,., FURNITURE STORE: Wilder-King Furniture Company ..,... GARAGES: Angola Garage ..,.:,..,,,, Mann's Body Shop ,,.,...., Munson's Body Shop ..,..,,. Parson's Garage ................ W Shorty's Machine Service ....... Page Ei gbty-Six 5 9 8 3 --r-,,,S01 S 9 99 07 -i-,--,422 815-YX 97 10 44 62 ---,----3 21 -----.-.246 --------.9162 3 27 1 76-X -8 13 3 -X GAS DISTRIBUTORS: Sheets Oil Company, Fuel Oils ,,,,. ..... 6 6 GIFT SHOPS: Fred Smith, Gifts and Greeting Cards ,...,,,,.,,. 90 GROCERY STORES: ---...22O Lake Side Grocery-Lake james ,.,,,...,,s,,:.. 8137-R College Grocery .......,................ L ..., ....:: ..--.. 3 8 9 West Side Grocery-Crooked Lake ,,,,.,...,,. 8061-Y Model Market ,,..,,...........,,,................:...:.:... Willard Johnson Grocery ,,,.,.,.,,.......,s .....,,...,,.. 3 2 HARDWARE STORES: Seagley Brothers, Hardware and Appliances .... 208 Wfilliamson and Company, Wholesale and Retail Hardware, Wilco Distributors -.l69 HATCHERIES: Angola Hatchery ,,... .,,..,., 1 13 -R HOSPITALS: Cameron Hospitals, Inc. ,,,, ,,,.,,,, 4 48 HOTELS: Hotel Hendry .r,.,,,.,,,,.,...,.. ......... .,.,... 3 8 Sunset Hotel ....,,,..........,,.,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,, 8 175-X INSURANCE COMPANIES: G. Wendell Dygert, District Agent Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance .,,,.,,,.. 134-J Jacob Insurance Service ,,,.,.,...,....,,.,,,,,.,....,...... 102 Phillip S. Johnson, Insurance .,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,........ 463 Tri-State Improvement Co.,--Gillis Pilliod ..,.., 248 Frank O. Watkins and Son Insurance ......,,,.,... 61 Rolland Weaver, Insurance .,.....,,.,,,,,....,..,,,. 435 ICE CREAM and SANDWICH SHOPS: Brown's Frozen Custard and Ice Cream Stand Chucks Hamburger Shop ...,,,,,,,,,,,......,,..,,,,,,s ,233 Gay Barn .,,,,,,,........,,,,,....,... ..,..... 3 53-L JEWELERS: Liechty,s Jewelry .,..., ,,,,,,,,, 3 22 M. E. Tuttle ......... .,,,, 6 1 JUNK DEALERS: Mrs. Marcus Beck ....r.. ,,...,,,, S 15 KENNELS: A. K. C. Kennels-Cockers, Wires, Scotties-- Mrs. George Saul ,..............s.................... 8052-L KIDDIE SHOPS: Lucille's Kiddie Shop ....:.,. -313 Our Advertisers LAUNDRIES: Lemley's Laundry and Dry Cleaning LIVESTOCK COMPANIES: Angola Livestock Company ..,,... LUMBER COMPANIES: Angola Lumber Company ....,,,,.... Daniel Shank Lumber Company MACHINE SHOPS: Weiss Machine Company .,..,II, MEAT MARKETS: Mast Market, Snyder and Shank ,,,,, , MOTELS: Angola Cabin Camp ,,,,,. Lakeland Court ...,,,,,... Panorama Motel .,......,..., Silver Lake Court ,,,,,,,...... Tayl0r,s Tri-State Motel ,,,,,. MUSIC DEALERS: Angola Music Center .,,, NEWS STANDS: G. 8C K. News Stand .,,,,,, OPTOMETRISTS: Dr. M. J. Blough -,,,,,,. Dr. R. C. Snook ........ PAINT COMPANIES: 3 2 .......S69 . ,,,,.. 1 17 ,,.....309 ......400 8146-X 8124-X 167-L 8004-Y ---...1 57 -L ,,.....741 2 00 --....S05-L ,,.....635 Economy Wall Paper and Paint Company ..,,,, 272 PET SHOPS: Lakeland Pet Supply ..... PHOTOGRAPHERS: Cline's Picture Shop Gentry Photographic ,,,,... Moreland's Studio .,..,. POTTERY SHOPS: Angola Pottery Shop ..,,,,,,,.,,..... PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS: ,,,...630-L 10 ..,...234 100 8165-X Dr. NI. M. Crum ...........,..,............. ....... 3 33 PLUMBERS: Albright Plumbing ............................................ 390 Deller Plumbing and Heating Company Selman Heating and Plumbing .......................... 72 PRODUCE MARKETS: Five Acres .. ................ ......... 6 30-Y PRINTERS: Steuben, Printing Company Printers of This Annual ........ RADIO SHOPS: Lakeland Radio Supply .... RECREATION PARKS: 29 ---.--...70-X County Park Recreation Center ................ 8 17 1 -L REDUCTION COMPANIES: Angola Reduction Company ........ REFRIGERATOR SALES: Hosack's Frigidaire, Maytag, Hoover, RESORTS: .,.-..,,8 13 6-X Philgas E106 Bledsoe,s Beach, Lake James .,............,........... 837-J Hollywood Landing, Crooked Lake .,..,...,... 8138-J RESTAURANTS: Bassett's Restaurant ....... Captain,s Cabin ........ Cardinal Cafe ......,, Dew Drop Inn .,.,.. The Diner ........,..... Dixie Restaurant ....,.. Dundon's Lunch .,v.,.. Eat Restaurant ....,. The Hearth ............ 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