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Angola High School
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May this, our Key, serve as a re-
miiifler of all the good times 1U!?,'l!6
had, the things we'vc' learncfcl, and
the friwzds wc"zfe made. May it
he a key to fhe past as we tread
ihz' zznicnown paths of ihe future.
KWH hope the 1'f'!lCI'l'l'S will derive
hofh hwzffif and pleasure from our
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Jim public Iibnazuf,
Across tbe street fro1n dear old A. H. S. lll7l0lIg many stately trees,
stands our public library, wbere students vnigbt dasb between classes to
obtain tbe last bit of infownation, in addition to tbat wbicb can be ob-
tained in A. H. S. Tbe public library will be re111e1nbered by all of ns
seniors as tbe beautiful building witb tbe fountain in front, wbicb stood
ready to supply any information needed.
'Haw Jlerwbzq, Punk ,Sched
This herznfifnl structure is fhe pride and joy of Angola. This is the
new Hendry Park School! We seniors feel that if is indeed an honor to
he the hrs! class to have zz piefure of this new elenzeniary school hnild-
ing in fhe Key.
The piefnre at fhe lower right was Isezken on Veferrzns Day, when
all of the sfndenfs rzffended the Ceremonies and the dedienfion of fhe
flag pole presenfed by the All1C7'iCdl1 Legion.
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We, fhe senior class of 1955, wish fo rlerli-
eafe fhis our Key, to all fhe people who have
helpecl as fhlfoughoazf oar school yea1fs,..ihe
faealty, whose patience, we have endlessly fried
. , .zfhe hasinessnzen, who have always eo-ope1f-
azfea' wifh as in our P1'0jCCfS...tll16l, last half
nzosf inzporfanf, fo our parents, who have given
ns so nzneh.
We are fully aware fha! wifhouf fhe help
of all fhese people oar saeeess would not have
been possihle. We sincerely thank eve1fyone for
four alzfozfgezffahle years.
We, the class of 1955, wish to express our czpprcfcicztiolz to our
present sponsor, Mr. Felclnzmzn, who has guided us through our jzmior
and senior years of high school, and to Mr. Druokanziller, who 136119051
us through our first two yeczrs in A. H. S.
Our sincere thanks are given to these two czctzfisers for their endur-
ing jmtielzoe, IllIl16'7'Sffl17flil1g, and aid.
As we, the Class of 1955, hid fczifewell to A. H. S., we exfcvm' our
host wishes to "Drink" and "Howclie."
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We pause a azoimerizf fo express
our appreciation io our sziperia-
teiieleni, Mr. Boonzershiize, for ihe
help he has always hall finze to give
to anyone who ueealea' if. For fhe
past four years his gziizlanee has airl-
erl all of 715. We egvzfeizcl our silzeere
fhaizks io him.
Mr. MCCz11feha1z hy his friemlli-
ness aizil fair Ireaimeni of all has
helpeel iis meet amz' solve the many
prohlems confronting as clziriizg our
four years of high school. He was
never foo hzisy fo leizel us a helping
haiifl. He has won ihe respeef of all.
Wfe wish fo say, "Thank, you, Mr.
l'May I have an absence slip,
please?" One or the other of our
able secretaries has always been
willing to supply that absence slip
or any other need. Mrs. Kunkel
has been with us during our four
years in A. H. S. Phyllis Jennings
has been here for only one year,
but we have already learned to
Haalwl of fdwcation,
l 'Uhl in our city are the members of the board of education. Witlu-
Esteemed very no y
out these men it would be impossible to operate our school system smoothly. We, the
' ' d 'mcere thanks to these men who devoted much of
seniors of 1955, wish to exten our su
their time to o
ur school and for our benefit.
Harold Leland Harold Carlton Howard Heyman
Fisher Nedele Stevens Chase Boomershine Wisner
'KA work of art" can truly describe Mr. Kuebler's
drawings and his teaching. We feel very fortunate
to have him as our art instructor.
Algebrrz, T1'ig0l70'll1!'f7'jI, Physics, Afhfrfif Coach
After seeing a basketball game coached by our
"Ham,,' you'll know why we have real school spirit.
His math students learned a lot too.
Typing, Slaortbaml, Bookkeeping, Girls' Physical
After we have been under the guidance of Miss
Lens, we ind doing bookkeeping, typing and short-
hand a pleasure instead of a task.
Teaching our girls to be better homemakers was
Mrs. Wfalkeris job for the first semester, the time
she was with us this year.
Librarian, Direcfor of Audio-Visual Program
With Mrs. Newnanfs excellent guidance and the
card catalogue completed under her direction, we
have been able to select books for reports and speech-
es that often brought us A's!
General Science, Biology, Clavmistry
As our guide and sponsor, Mr. Feldmann taught
us the difference between H20 and HZS O4 and
the art of making money for the class.
Health, Hisfory, Dirr'r'for of Afbiriirs
We shall never forget what we learned in Driver's
Training class. Mr. Druckamiller had the courage
to ride with us during those trying days.
Industrial Arts, Merbanical Drawing
The boys in Mr. Clemens "shop" classes have
learned to become excellent craftsmen. Mr. Clemens
also directed the Safety Patrol.
Pa ga Thirteen
Misspelled words and incorrect punctuation are
Miss Shultzis pct peeves. She aided us in putting
out the Hornet and this, our Key.
"Music, Maestro, please!,' Mr. Bond helped
wherever and whenever he was needed in the in-
strumental music department. Hats off to a very
Languages are il relaxation for Miss Reed. She
also knows the myths of Greece and Rome and the
legends of Spain and Mexico.
A. B. BARKDULL
Sl7U!'fZ7tllItl,, Typing, Business Mafberlzafirs
"Figures donit lie," says Mr. Barkdull in business
math. He also pilots students through Typing I
and Shorthand H.
,- wfa'235ia.3-,fi lm. -
"The Lowland Sean and Q'The Grasshopper" will
live long in our hearts and memories. And welll
not forget the A. H. S. choir and vcoal ensemble
achievements, under Miss Siebold's direction.
CHARLES G. SHARPE
English, Speech, ,Dl'd7llllfiCS
As our English and speech mentor, Mr. Sharpe
was great. Thanks to his patient and helpful guid-
ance the senior class play, "The Little Dog Laugh-
ed," was a big success. We had a wonderful time
producing the three one-act plays, too.
"Give that IIOIC two beats!" These words may
be heard spoken by our patient and Very helpful
band director, Mr. Nichols. Much did we learn in
ARTHUR VAN MATRE
GflL'L,l'IIIIIC7Zf, Psychology, Hisfory, Physical EJ-
We seniors shall never forget Mr. Van Matre's
enduring patience and helpful suggestions in making
our torch light parade and our patriotic and relig-
ious programs well worth our efforts.
GERTRUDE HART ALICE STILES
Third Grazlf' Sf'ii'lIl'l'
junior High School
Under Mrs. T1'ennepoh1's direction the home-
makers of tomorrow cooked meals and made clothes
She took Mrs. XYI21lkC1',S place the second semester.
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JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Gladys Kile, Mzzflnfzzafzu
Estelle Cline, Englzib
Carroll Nesbitt, I'I1s1'011 Physical EllIlL6llll0lI
Jeanette Scoops, SKIFIICI'
One thousand and one tasks our custo-
dians are asked to do as the days roll by.
They check the heat, they sweep the floors,
they build stage sets-in fact they do
Dick Forbes works at the Hendry Park
School. You see a part of the heating plant
in the picture. Ben Weldoim, Lester Shelton
and Harry Sowle take care of the A. H. S.
building, and a mighty good job they do!
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Xnlll lNlu11'c1 lmvlcs tlm1lp:'I1lfLil: HV. l7!'Ili'kZ1IHil14'l' in study hull: Mrs, N1-wnzun: Nl: Fvld-
zxuu wurks- and 'Pom XVill1'11E'SI Miss Shultz in lilxglisll I1 Nr. QTIBIIIQHS looks I'P1E'2l'S2lHl.
Hr, Slmlfu- G'Xllll1iNL'S lralln-rs: Miss Sic-bwld mul girls 1J1'z'u'tiw--I Miss livwl in ia D1l'2lHElI'lt
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CHARLES W. ROSE
There is mischief ill his
A1111' friemlsbijz l1Z bis
Class President IV: Sun-
ior Play Cast IV: Key Stalf
IV: Track I, II, III: Bas-
lietliall I, II, III, IV: Stu-
rlent III, IV: -lill'1f3f'S Court
fllII'lStlII2IN Prom IV.
Silelwe is golzleng
Tb II 5 if 11c'e0111,l1lixbes
Boys' Glf-0 Club IV: KQY
Staff IV: Hand I, II, III,
IV: Track III, Safety Pa-
trol IV: Operetta Chorus
IV: Distrivt Enseiiilile Unn-
test IV: Football I, II. .lolm
attenuled ilzirrett H i Ll' I1
SC-Iionl, Garrett, Indiana,
the first two years of high
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Class Sevretary III, IV:
Senim' Play Cast IV: Hi::I1
SL-linol Cllnir II, III, IV:
Girls' Glee Club I, II: Vo-
1-al Quartet III, IV: I". T.
A. III: Key Staff IV: Alpha
Ilelta Clii II, III: Tlirue-
U11e-Amst Play Vast III:
Band I, II, IIT, IV: District
Solo M Eiiseniblu Uoiitt-st
I, II, III, IV: State Solu QQ
I-Ir1se111I1Ie Cmltest II, III,
IV: Di IlllIIl0I'IiIlES Staff II:
Iioosicr Girls' State III:
V-Teens II, III, IV: Ilegfinn
III'?lfOl'lI'2II Ffiiitest XXIIHIIQI'
IV: Student Cf,JIIIIl'll I:
flirle' Sports Pluli III: Op!
wrt-tta III, IV: Operetm
l'lIOI'IIS III, IV: May Queen
Ifnurt II: National I-Ionfir
WY' w0111le1' when fbere
will ever be,
Al70fZ76'I' as well likefl IIS
Junior Play Stage Crew
III: Key Staff IV: Baseball
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Junior I'Iay Stage Vrew
III: Seninr Play Cast IV:
Ilorm-t Stall' IV: Key Staff
IV: Safety Patrul II.
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Junior Play Stage Crew
III: Senior Play Stage
Crew IV: Hi-V III, IV1
Travk I, II: Iiasketliall I,
II, III, I V: Baseball II, III,
QIV: Safety Patrol I: f'I1riSt-
mas Prom King' III,
PHYLLIS ROSE CRAIN
Her fI'lt'l1tl.i are 111111131,
Her f0t'S1tIl'C fl7t'l'I' any?
.Iu11inr Play Fast III:
Senior Play Nast IV: High
Smfhuol Choir IV: Girls'
fllt-e Vinh I, II: Ilornet
Staff IV: Key Staff IV: Ecl-
itrn- lit-y Annual IV: Alplia
In-Ita I'l1i I, II: National
'llllvflllflll Sorit-ty III, IV2
Y-'Iwens II, III, IV: Vico
Piwsitleiit F. H. A. II: Op-
ervtta IV: May Queen
l"nu1't II: Voir-c of IYJUIIIOC-
ravy Contest III: Poetry'
Omitest IV: Essay Contest
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.Iuninr Play Stage Crew
III: Senior Play Stage
Vrew IV: Key Staff IV:
II1-N, III, IV.
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faearf and cz xmilv,
Who nzakvs fbi' bwfzblc of
life' worffy wbilv.
Class 'I'1'm1Ht1i'n1' III: .Ian-
inr I-'lay Stage Crt-xv III:
SQ-niwr Play AFSiNtant Iii-
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Sew-. M 'Frm-ai. I". 'l'. A, II:
Presimlvnt I". 'I'. A, IV: IIm'-
net Staff IV: lit-3' Stall' IV:
,-Xsstwiate Editur Key An-
nual IV: 'l'Ii1'4-I--1I1'w-.-Xu!
I'layw Stage Uruw II, III:
'I'IirvcfO1i4i-Art I'Ia3' Di-
rectnr IV: National 'Flies-
IIIQIII Smiwioty' IV: lIiI1nm0r-
tales Staff II: Ilrfnsivi'
Girls' State III: V-Teens
II, III, IV: Girls' Sports
Club I, III, IV: Girl!
Spurts I'IuI1 I'1'c-sirltint III:
Iinglisli Cmitev III, IV:
Latin Font:-st II: Max
Quucn I: Y-TPI-n Summa-r
Co11I'e1'Q-live III: Natifwnal
Hmmm' Soc-it-ty Sw-retai'Y
XVILLIAM T. I-IARTER
CIIIH1 in 111c11111f'1', imfrf-
jzcfmlcvzf of mind,
Toward' fllflllfllg WiIIiz' is
.Iunirir I'lay Staple Crt-W
III: Safety Patrol I, IV:
Ke-3' Staff IV.
JACK D. BINKLEY
IFS nirf' fo ln' 1'It1fZH'LlI,
IWZNPII iozfrv lldfllfdllf
'ri-at-k II, III: Key Staff
ROBERT LEE KELLY
Wbfll flzzfy falls he will
just so lillfj' ISlI,f work.
.Iuuiur Play Stage Crew
III: Senitn- Play Stage
Urew IV: Hornet Staff IV:
lit-5' Stal'I' IV: TIirce-One-
Ast Plays Stage Crew IV.
RUIIQIIIIKQ io fricfmlsbijfs
Wvll ff2011gIJf Of, WWII
liked by aII.
Vlass SL't'I'Qtiil'V II: Jun-
iur Play Stags Crm-W III:
Senior Play Stage Urn-W
IV: Svnior Play Cast IV:
Girls' Glen Clulw I, II: F.
T. A. II, III, IV: Hornr-t
Staff IV: lim' Staff IV: V-
Tw.-ns II, III, IV: Y-TL-wus
Sf-vretary IV: Girls' Simits
Club I, II, III, IV: Girls'
SIIIPYIS Cluli Prvsidont IV.
Full of fun, full of joy,
Ilzsf ll fyjzinzl fIll1I'I'Il'!llI
Junior Play Cast III:
Senior I"Iay Vast IV: Hwy'
Stall' IV: National Tliespi-
an Sam-it-ty IV: I-Ianml I, II:
O1'clnesti'a III: Ili Imlnur-
talvs Staff II: I-Ii-V III,
IV: Hi-V Chaplain IV.
Class Prvsitlcent IZ Junior
Play Vast III: Senior I'laY
l'a4t IV: High School Choir
I, II, III, IV: Boys' Glen
Vlulv I, II, III, IV: Vocal
Quartt-t III, IV: Key Staff
IV: Assm-iate .Editor Key
Annual IV: Alpha Delta.
Ulii I, Il: 'I'III'0G-O114-'-,ADIZ
Play Cast II, III, IV: State
Vuntvst Iffn' One-Avt Plays
III, IV: National Tliespian
Sfmuii-IY III, IV: Rand I, II,
III, IV: llistrivt Solo Q En-
sernlvle Fonts-st I, II, III,
IV: Stati- Snlo X linsumlsle
Contest III, IV: Hi-V II,
III, IV: Hi-Y President
III, IV: 'I'1'2Il'Ii II, IV: IBHSQ-
ball I: Iaeprion Orzitnrifgal
Contest IV: Student Coun-
ffil I, II: Lrwal M lbistrivt
XVIIIIIGV, "I Speak Fur In--
infn-1':u'y" Cuntest IV: Sal-
ulatririan: Drum IN'Ia,inr IV:
National Ilonm' Sm'-it-tY
PI't:FICII'III IV: Hpelwllta II,
III, IV: Olwrottal Clinrus I.
JOHN E. XVILCOX
I am wlmf I am, and
fhufis all I am.
.Iunior Play Stage Crew
III: Mixed CIIIIVLIS I, II, III:
rI'IlI'6t'-Ollt'-.-XK'I Plays Stage
Frew I: Hwostc-1' Club I, II:
'Pravli I, II, III: Basketball
I: lf, I". A. 'I'rPaSuroi' II.
.Iulin attended Orland High
Sz-Iiunl the First three years.
Mwz of few iuorrls are fbe
.Iunior Play Stage Crew
III: ,Senior Play Stage
Crew IV: Key Staff IV: Di
Iinmortales Staff II.
MARILYN ,IANE HUPF
Noflying is so zlijjfifzilf but
That it may be fouml by
Junior Play Stage Crew
III: Senior Play Stage
Crew IV: High School
Choir I, II, III, IV: Girls'
Glee Club I, II: Vocal
Quartet III: Key Staff IV:
District Ensemble Contest
II: State Ensemble Contest
Il: Y-Teens II, III, IV: F.
H. A. I: Mathematics Con-
test I: Operetta III, IV:
Operetta Chorus III, IV:
Senior Ensemble II: Vale-
dit-torian: National Honor
WlJz'11 fha clisiuiif bell of
Shell! sfill ba' living 11p to
.Iunior Play Stage Crew
III: Senior Play Stage
Crew IV: Key Staff IV:
Band I, II, III, IV: Orolies-
tra II, III, IV: District
Solo Q l+lnseinble Contest
ll, III, IV: State Solo di:
lilnsenible Contest III: Di
lnimortales Staff II: Hoo-
sier Girls' State Alternate
Ill: Y-Teens II, III, IV:
Latin Contest I: Band Li-
brarian II, III, IV,
A Iitflr nzischirf, by ibn'
ls jiisz' fbe fbing to Spire
Junior Play Cast III:
Senior Play Cast IV: High
School Choir I, II: Girls'
GI-ie Club I, II: Hornet
Staff IV: Key Staff IV:
Alpha Delta Chi I, II, III:
Tliroe-One-Act Plays Stage
Urew II: Tliret--Om--Ac-t.
Play Cast IV: National
Thespian Soviety IV: Y-
Teens II, III, IV: Student
Council III: Girls' Sports
lorry is ri frirml wr bail:
IVL' lumzu ibut bv will
Class President II: .Iun-
ior Play Stage CrewVIII:
Senior Play Stage Crew
IV: Iioys' Glee Club I1 Km-5'
Stall' IV: Rand I, II, III,
IV: Ilistrii-t Idnseinble Con-
test I, ll, IV: Ilasketball
I, II: Ilaseball I, II: Stu-
dent Counoil I.
Mm of frm 'zvords IIN' fbi'
Sonzezfiuzex ills flary who
have thi' jvsf.
Senior Play Stage Crew
IV: Key Staff IV: Di Ini-
mortalvs Staff I, II.
JUDITH ANN I-IEALY
Slac is gf'i1fl1': slut' is shy:
Bill fbvrcf is misvlaicf in
Class 'Freasurer II: .lun-
inr Play Fast III: Senior
Play Vast IV: Girls' Glee
Club I, II: F, T. A. I, II,
III, IV: Key Staff IV:
Alpha Delta Chi I, II:
'I'lii'ee-Une--Act Play Cast
II. III, IV: National Thes-
pian Son-iety III, IV: Y-
'i'l-1-ns ll, III, IV: XY-TOPIIS
Pri-sidt-nt IV: Stutll-nt
Council II: Girls' Sports
Club I, III: State Contest
for Ono-Avi Plays II, IV:
National Honor Society IV.
Alfzvays rmnly fzml glnfl to
Of xzirlz jim' stuff fine
frif'mlx are nmile.
.Iunior Play Stage Crew
III: Senior Play Stage
Vrexv IV: Senior Play Cast
IV: Iloys' Glee Club I, II,
III, IV: Key Staff IV:
Alpha Delta Chi I, II:
Tllree-One-Act Plays Stage
Crew I, III: National Thes-
piau Society III, IV: Band
I, II, III, IV: Hi-Y II, III,
IV: Ili-Y Treasurer IV:
Student Council IV.
DONNA BELLE CRUM
She fizrrirs the stars in her
Arzcl fhe sun in her frieizfl-
Junior Play Stage Crew
III: Senior Play Stage
Crew IV: High School
Clnilir II, III, IV: Girls'
Glee Club I, II: F, T. A.
III, IV: I-Inrnet Staff IV:
Key Staff IVE: Alpha Delta.
Chi I, II, III: Tliree-One-
A4-t Play Cast IV: Di Im-
mortales Staff II: Hoosier
Girls' State III: Y-Teens
II. III, IV: Student Coun-
4-il IV: Uperetta III, IV:
May Queen Court III.
JAMES D. BABCOCK
Full of fun, 71f'lfC1' hzirries,
Cdl1,f iinrlrrsfamz' why
Junior Play Stage Crew
III: Senior Play Stage
Crew IV: Key Staff IV:
A fozwz fhizzf honsfs inhab-
ifazzis like mc,
Can haw no lurk of good
Class Vive President III:
.Iunior Play Cast III: Sen-
ior Play Cast IV: Alpha
Ilelta Chi T, II: 'I'll1'99-OII9-
Act Play Direvtor IV:
'I"hree-One-Ac't Play Cast
II: National Thespian So-
viety III, IV: Thelspian So-
c-iety' President IV: Di Ini-
lnortales Staff II: Hoosier
Boys' State III: Track I,
II, III, IV: I-Sasketlvall I:
Student Council Sec. Sz
Diififlml lnrizucfrzz fwo
fhozighfs meh Jay,
One fo work-fha other
Class President III:
Class Vive P1'6Sltl6llt IV:
.Iunior Plax' Cast III: Sen-
inn' Play Cast IV: Basket-
liall INIFIIILIQQGI' I, II, III, IV:
Baseball Manager I, II,
Anil sfill the wonclvr
Thai one small head could
Carry all xhe knows.
.Iunior Play Stage Crew
III: Senior Play Stage
Urttw IV: Hornet Staff IV:
lil-3' Stall' IV: Ilancl II, III,
IV: Distrirt Ensemble Con-
test IV: Di Imniortales
Staff II: Y-Tet-ns II, III,
IV: Girls' Sports Club QI,
ILETA KAY SMALLEY
Her joys arf? as ilceji as the
Ami hrr rczrrs as light as
.Iunior Play Cast III:
Senior Play Cast IV: Girls'
Glare Club I: F. T. A. III:
Hornet Stallf IV: Key Staff
IV: Alpha Delta Phi I, II:
Tlu-t-tk-One-Act Play Cast
IV: National Thespian So-
ciety III, IV: Di Immor-
tzili-s Statf II: Y-Teens II,
III, IV: Y-Teens Vice
Pri-Sident IV: Girls' Sports
Club II, III, IV: Y-Teen
Summer Conference II.
NANCY LOU WYATT
Likvahlv, lovable, this
Shvix a frimnl, fhrozigh
Junior' Play Stage Crew
III: Senior Play Stage
tifrew IV: Editor-in-chief,
Ilornt-t IV: Key Staff IV:
Y-Teens II, III, IV: Y-
'Veens Chaplain IV: F, H.
A, President III.
Whji work? Wlrji not
Do it fonzorrow, why fo-
Junior Play Stage Crew
III: Senior Play Stage
Crew IV: Boys' Glee Club
I: Key Staff IV: Alpha
Ilelta Chi I, II: Tlhree-One-
Art Playa Stage Crew I, II:
Three-One-Act Play Cast
II: Hi-'V I: Trat-lc I, II, III:
Safety Patrol I.
DONNA M. BOOK
H01' 151111: sbinvs like Sf!lI'S
Hcr sj11z1'lzli11g eyes are
deep pools of Iigfaf.
.Iunior Play Cast III:
Senior l'la.y Stage Crow
IV: Girls' Glee Cluh I, Il:
Ilurnet Staff IV: Key Stuff
IV: .-Xlplia Delta Chi I, ll,
III: National Tln-spian So-
ciety IV: Y-Teens II, Ill,
IV: F. ll. A. I, II.
Made just floc righf way,
N019 foo s0I1'11111-11r11' foo
Junior Play Stage Crew
III: Senior Play Cast IV:
Assoc-i-ite Business Alan-
:ISJQ-i' I-Iuruet Staff IV: Key
Staff IV: Y-Teens IV: F.
II. A. l, II, Ill: F. I-I, A.
Life' is ll jokrg Fl.'f'I'Yj'1lbil7g
Ona' I fhozzghi sog now I
Class Vice I'rt-side-nt II:
Class 'l'I'6zliSIll'I'I' I: Senior
Play l":lSt IV: l7. T. A. I1
Key Stuff IV1 Alpha Delta
Phi I, II. III: 'lllI1'6G-flllO-
Att Play Cast III: Nation-
al Tliospiau Sm-iety IV?
Iiaud I. II: Distric-t Solo
Contest II: Y-Teens II,
III: Stulluiit Cotiiil-il Ill:
I". H. A. I: Gii-ls' Sports
Uluh I, II.
A IPITLLIIJI rml hcfml with tl
l11v11f1f of gold,
D011 is bw' 1111111 wr bam'
Junior Play Cast Ill:
Senior Play Nast IV: High
Sc-hool Choir III: Girls'
Glee Club II: I-Iornl-t Staff
IV: Kew' Stall' IV: National
'Fhespiaii Sol-iety IV: Y-
Teens III: Student f.V'Ull11Ull
IV: F, H. A. I, II, III.
A 5111116 for all, ll g1'c'c'zfing
A likvczble way UYII' Char-
Junior Play Stage Crew
Ill: Svuior Play Stage
Crt-xv IV: Hornet Stall' IV:
Key Stallf IV: Alpha Delta
f'hi I. Il, III: Y-Teens II,
III, IV: I". H. A. I, Il, III:
I-'. H. A. 'Freasurer II.
DORIS R. RANEY
A fbing of bgllllfy is tl joy
.Iuuinr Play Stage Crew
III: Senior Play Cast IV:
Hornut Stal? IV: KI-y Stall'
IV: National Thespiau So-
ciety IV: Y-Tee-ns II, III,
IV: I-'. H. A. I, II.
Sho likes Zffllffilfg, fun,
B111' tbnfs Hof what sfac'
Iikvs fbc' brsf.
Junior Play Stage Crew
III: Senior Play Stage
Crew IV: I-Ioi-net Stuff IV:
Key Staff IV: Y-Teens II,
III, IV: May Queerfs Court
LYNDA MAY MILLER
She is fair cum' vzfry zzvafg
A jinvr frieml you will
Class 'I'rt-rtsurer IV: Jun-
ior Play Cast III: Senior
Play Cast IV: F. 'I'. A. Sec.
Treas, IV: Key Staff IV:
Alpha Dt-Ita Chi I, II:
Tlll'L'0-OIIB-IXl't Plays Di-
re-vtoi' IV: National Thes-
Diatu Society III, IV: Cheer-
leader I: Y-Teens II, III,
IV: Student Count-il I: I".
H. A, I: Girls' Sports Cluh
I, Il, III: National Honor
RICHARD L. MAXTON
Do your best and leave the
Wba!'s the use fo worry!
H: Kev Staff IV.
P1'C'SlllCI1If ,,,,,, ....,,,.. C harles Rose
Vivo Prrsirlenf ,.... ....,.,.. J erry Essenberg
Secrcfary ,,,,,,, ,,.,,A,,,,,7,,, P at Scott
Treasurer ,,,. , ,,,,,,, Lynda Miller
AVELAR de OLIVEIRA
From Brazil comes fbis
A smile for ozwyovztf be
Attended Angola high
st-110111 the first semester of
Ht- previously attemlefl
Cole-gin Mnrista, Rec-ufe
Pernzlmlmuco, Brazil, S, A.
Class Colors SSSS to to Red and White
Class Flower ,, tttttttt C tttttt stts tttt C C Red Carnation
Class Molffo tst. ssss"We,11 Find a Way or Make Oneu
One sunny morning in September, 1943, sixty-three shining faces entered the port-
als of the Angola School, to occupy its halls for twelve years. Of that original sixty-
three, only twenty-three are graduating with the class of 1955. Others have joined
their ranks. The original members are as follows:
Phyllis Crain Tom Randolph
Donna Crum Doris Raney
jerry Essenberg Jerry Richmond
Judy Healy Charles Rose
Phyllis Horn Beverley Sams
Marilyn Huff Patricia Scott
Phyllis Jarrard Richard Seeman
Walter Julien Ileta Kay Smalley
Clyde Lonsbury Jim Swift
Richard Maxton Janet Umbaugh
Fred Musser Nancy XVyatt
In all the glory of ugreeniesn we entered high school in 1951, with sixty-three
members. We were "roughly" initiated and began the first of four of our most won-
derful and memorable years.
As sophomores we initiated the freshmen. NVe were well on our way to becoming
the "big wheelsi' of A. H. S. We had lost our sponsor, Mr. Druckamiller, who did
a wonderful job of guiding us our first two years.
When our junior year came, we were at last established. Our Junior play, 'lThe
Bishop's Mantelf, was a huge success. We received a plaque for excelling all pre-
vious records in magazine subscription sales. Our Junior-Senior banquet was a never
to be forgotten affaiir. The theme was "Mardi-Grasf, Mr. Feldmann became our
sponsor for our last two years.
At last the crowning glory-we were seniors! What a wonderful year! We
started out with the senior play, "The Little Dog Laughedf, Our Torch Light Pa-
rade and patriotic program were a wonderful experience for all of us. We had a
marvelous senior trip to New York City. The juniors outdid themselves in giving
us a banquet. Then it was time for Baccalaureate and Commencement. We walked
across the stage with mixed emotions to receive our diplomas. This was good-bye. We
were ready to take our place in the world. NVe had been well prepared for the future
by all of our wonderful teachers, parents and friends. Our memories of A. H. S. will
always linger in our minds and hearts.
TOP ROXV: 'Pom 1la11dolpl1, Beverley Sams, 110111121 Preston, Marlene Mc-Dongle,
Phyllis Crain, Glenda N01'l.l'lll0llSt', Mic'l1avl Dovu, Clyile l.tJDNllLll'y.
SECOND ROXV: Anita XVil1is, BlXl'?ll0Ll vlf1'lll2, .Iz111i1-if Ruth, Donna Book, Janet De-
lLll'Cl13Y, Delores Gillette, Mary Jane I'Ilcl1'it-11, C11111-les llnse.
'l'HIllD ROXY: Lynn Hagwmmd, Fred BlllSSt'1', Doris Rainey, YVilliz1m Hztrter, Bobby
Keller, Max Iql6'l1llil1l,2'llI, Kenny Dowell, Kay Smalley.
TOP ROYV: Miss Stevens, Bula l'o1'te1', Patty Benningliolf, Gary Hz1l'lJe1', Larry Hage-
wnod, Carlitzt Porter, Pat Si-ott, Jerry Nisonger, Jim Babcovk, Ronnie Meek, Phid Horn.
SECOND IIONV: A111121 Mae lC11glisl1, Donna l'1'lllN, Ronnie Van Dyno, James McNabb,
Pllid JilI'I'2l1'Cl, Nancy NV5'z1tt, Ma1'ily11 Huff, Allen Fair, l'a1'1'oll Stout, Jerry lrlliillllilbllfl.
THIRD ROXV: Shirley Henley, Lo1'ett:1 Hulbert, Iiic-liard Maxton, Kaxthleen Baker,
Janet U111l1au,:".1, Sue XVolfe, Judy Healy, Mable Patterson, .Iol111 Minor.
imiofza, - 914, jlukwl H11
Those were the days, back in the third grade in Miss Hardy's and Miss Stevens'
rooms! Remember the hair ribbons, pig tails, Halloween parades through the school
building, Christmas parties, Valentine boxes, and a thousand other interesting and
The seniors have traveled nine years on lifeis highway since those days. Gone
are the long curls and the hair bows, but still remain the friendly smiles to greet as-
sociates whom we meet. May those smiles always remain as we travel the part of life,s
highway that involves college or finding our places in the busy work-a-day world!
Shirley Miller ,,,,.
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Jonnni- Vlmer .
G21 il Bram-lila ..
R-fx Burton ,.,.,.
D va cl E 5' e
.lolln NN elss .,....,,,,, ,i.,i.
Arlone Kaylor ..
.. .,,,, .Tuhn
Iulclfmn Gurtner ..i,,,,,,,,,..., Elnlon
Mary Lou Mille-1' ,,,, Mary l,mL1
John Malloy ......,......,.,....,... John
Nalin' Stevens .... ,,....Y,,,..., N nn
FOUIITH RK PNY
Shirley' Collins ...,,,A Sliirl
Janie Cleland .... A ,..., Janie
Ned Fifer ,..,..., ,.,...... N ml
Sully Snow ....,,,
Lon Ann Elf ,,,,,
David Ralston ..Y.,.,.....
Marx' .lane Halnnin .,,,
Gene Mzixtun ..,,.
SIXTH RU XV
Dick Gevowets ....
.lilllv Brokaw .,,,,
Furl Unger ,..l,,,,
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Suzanne Caris , ,,,.,.....
Slmriinl Hefty ,,,,,,,.,l,,,,l
Sundrzi IJCEitllL'1'1Tl2ll1 ,.,.,. Szindy
Dun XVnite ...l..l..,,,,.,,,...l,.. Butch
Rolwgrtn Brokaw ,, ,.,,,. Bnrdy
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lloora Keller 7.
Pete-1' Dir-k 77..7
Donna Crime ...,,. 17011113
Ned Cook 77..............,...... ......, N ed
Beverly RIUSSQI' 77.. .....7.. B GV
Tim Culver .....i.... .......Y,V ' Kim
Cynthia NYilliS ....... Cindl'
Pat XVz1l,Sl1 ..7....... ....v.... P lit
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Nziuwy Germziu 77...7ii7.7ii..... Nam'
Sliuron XXvOOdiL1'd ....7....... ShR!'Ull
Kenny Dowell 77... .....77..7. I lie
lnmnzi Strite 7.,,7 7 7....7 Drmnai
Mziry Bartlett 7777........,7...7..77 Qlary
t'zi1'ul XVilseY 7.7.
NYill Nelson .777
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Ima- Suliaeffoi' 7...
Miss Reed ,77..
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Shirley .Team Bell
View Pl'f'Sidl'71f .,
,, ,,,, Jeanette Crain
,,,,,Blue and White
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Judy Brainaii ..
Phillip llomero ,,,.
James XYyatt ,,
Carol Collins .
S ICCOND ROV'
Phillip llorick ,...
Lois Harmon ......,,,,..
Billy Stoneuiplier .,,,.
Tom Priest . Y.......... .
Plxillip XYilS0n ..........,.,..,,,,, Phil
-li-sin YVic'o1'E ,,,,,,,,,,,,
Ronnie Kope .,,,i,i, ..
Jziiiive Laird ,,,.....,,,,...,. , ..,,,, Jun
Jerry Cronin ,...,
Liarry Stevenson ,,,, ...,.., L arry
Sharon Coffman ,.,,,,.... :,..Curly
Mr. Iizirkdull ....,,,i ,,,... S ponsoi'
Mike Erickson ...,,,AA,A......,, Mike
.lnunita Iinsse .,,.. l-Elondie
Jzunes Albright ,. ,
Slmron All-lmlzunl .,,,.
lNl:1L11'iL-fl liarle-tt ,,
SECON D l ZOXY
Judy Ilrsvwn .,....,....,,,.
Michael Kirk ..,,.,
Jeanettv Crain ,...
.Ion I-lnltzman .,,,
Larry EX'Stk'l' ,,...,.. ..
l"llI'i-Z4i'll'Gt Fix-lfl .,... ,,
Rau' lglvown ., ,,,,, ,.
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Dwmlla l7l'HL'l' ,,,.A.,,...
Allcn Knnkvl . ,,,,A. ,
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.lnnmr he-rlnan ..,, ...... Tum
I-'l PTH ROXV
Dick Finvh ,,,,,.,...,,.A...
Rlchawl Stglnke ,.....,
, ,,,, .lim
Eugenn NN e1cl1t ,,,,........,,,,,. Gene
lNIa1'jo1-iv MQRnt:1 rfer
Douglus Slm1'1'uxx' ..,,.,...
SIXTI I' ROW'
Jalng-s Mawwa-ll ..,,
Matt llatllkin ,,,.,,..
Gary Forljws ,.A.,,A.
I7:HllFl.ld YVHQASL A... ...,,,...
liunn1e 1,1415 ,,,... ,,,,,..
lll4'!IfLl'f-1 S1-rvis ,,
Lnuis Cllirivulti ....
RI2lI't"iH Shfmrt ,,....,,,...,, 1I2ll'1'lFL
Lyle B1'rvxx'n .,,,
l1Zl1'l'Y Nmwo .,,,.
Vannln Mnsmer ..,,..,
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John XXvl1liEll'DSUl1 .....
Nanvx' XYuocl .,....,,.
XVil!inm Sheets .
Judy Inilil' .....,..
John Shaw ...,
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Pat1'1cA1a Glulvvly . ,,.,....,,,....., Pat
Mary Jxllll Biissu ,.....,....... Mary
.Ferry 'llyers ...., .,,. .,,,Je1'1'y
.l6'2lll :Xllllqgllt ,,,, ....... I vmiie
lmlv llziilg-5' ,,,,,, ...., I Dizzy
4'2ll'0l Slwve .,,,,,., ....., 1 Tarol
XVillia111 lV1'igl1t ,,,, ,,,,., B ill
S ICCOND ROYV
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Plans for "The Key" are made
"The Spectatorn was the first yearbook published in A. H. S. in 1905. The name was changed
to "The Keyu in 1919. By 1954 the annual had become very much like the present day issues.
Each year, however, new things are added and some of the former features are discarded. The
former issues have given the future members of the yearbook Staffs something to live up to.
The members of the
1955 staff are:
journalists at work
The "Hornet" contains all the latest news, per-
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sonals, jokes, gossip, and features. It 1S sold or te
cents per copy, and contains about thirty-six pages.
' ' ' d to over three
This year the
circulation has increase
The Angola school paper was started in 1918
and given the name "The Key," the same as the
yearbook. In 1934 the name was changed to "The
Spectatoru and again in 1935 to "The I-Iornetf, The
present name was chosen from those entered in a
contest. It was suggested by Mr. Druckamiller.
alisrn class consists of sixteen
The 1955 journ
seniors and two juniors. Nancy Wfyatt was Editor-
in-Chief and Donna Crum, assistant Edito1'. Bea
Burnett held the position of Business Managerg Bob
Kelly, Art Editorg and Carolyn Goudy, Exchange
other members of the staff did both
and feature work.
was admitted to
In 1949 "The I-Iornetu staff
membership in the Quill and Scroll, the Internation-
al Honorary Society for High School Journalists.
h tiff has maintained the same
Since that time eae s Q 1 i
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high quality of work. Miss Shultz was t e pu
A Cabinet Meeting in Progress
The Y-Teen club was originally called the Girl
Reserves and was organized in Angola in 1927. The
Angola chapter is a member of the state and na-
tional organizations and is a branch of the Y. W. C.
A. Our ideals are well stated in our slogan, K'To
find and give the best is our purpose true, earnest,
honest, and our slogan-to face life squarely too."
We met every other Monday after school in
the Study Hall. Any girl who had attained the
rank of sophomore was eligible to join.
A wonderful Y-Teen year was enjoyed by all
members. We held a sock hop which was a huge
success. In November we gave money toward World
Fellowship. On December 18 we sponsored the an-
nual Christmas Prom, "Silver Bells," in conjunction
with the Hi-Y. The school elected Pete Dick as
"King Kris" to reign over the dance. In February
Prom Formal Initiation
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many of us attended the annual conference in South
Bend. We sent a friendship scarf to Liberia. We
also held a slumber party and come-as-you-are
breakfast which everyone enjoyed very much. In
April the Pa-Ma-Me Banquet was given by the Y-
Teens and the Hi-Y.
The officers for the year were: President, Judy
Healy, vice president and membership chairman,
Kay Smalley, secretary, Bea Burnett, treasurer and
pianist, Pat Scott, program chairman, Phid Jarrardg
social chairman, Lynda Miller, service chairman,
Phid Crain, finance chairman, Marilyn Huff, song
leader, Donna Crum, chaplain, Nancy Wyatt.
The adult advisers were Mrs. Boomershine, Mrs.
Jarrard, Mrs. Crain, Mrs. Wood, Miss Myers, Miss
Reed, Miss Shultz, Mrs. Newnam, Mrs. Stevens and
our chief adviser, Miss Frank.
A Motion Is In Order
The Angola Hi-Y Club, organized in 1922 by
former Superintendent John L. Estrich was the first
in the state of Indiana. The club is a member of
both the state and national organizations.
The purpose of the club is-"To create, main-
tain and extend throughout the school, home and
community a higher standard of Christian charac-
terf' To fulfill this purpose the club participated
in the following activities during the year: Sent
ollicers to both the fall and spring district Hi-Y
conventions, sponsored several charity projects, and
held a joint father-son, mother-daughter banquet
with the Y-Teens. The club sponsored an auditor-
ium program at Thanksgiving and also sponsored.
'ointl with the Y-Teens, the Christmas Prom "Sil-
The club meets every other Monday afternoon
at 3:30. The meetings were called to order by the
president, and the Lordys Prayer was given in unison.
The programs featured outside speakers, panels, films
and discussions of general interest to the members.
The officers were: President, Lorin Krueger,
vice president, Fred Philippg secretary, Paul DeRosag
treasurer, Jim Swiftg chaplain, Fred Musser.
The sponsor is Mr. Kuebler.
Future Plans Being Made
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Olne of the highest distinctions to be given to seniors of Angola High School
is to be selected for membership in the National Honor Society.
Fifteen per cent of the class are eligible. They are chosen from the upper third
of the class, ranked according to scholastic records, and chosen by the faculty on the
basis of citizenship, service to the school, and character.
Those who received the honor this year were Judy Healy, Marilyn Huff, Phyllis
Jarrard, Lorin Krueger, Lynda Miller, and Patricia Scott.
The officers of the 1955 group are: President, Lorin Krueger, vice president, Judy
Healy, and secretary, Phyllis Jarrard. Mr. McCutchan is the treasurer.
The local chapter of the National Honor Society was established in 1935 and the
total membership is now 245.
A scholastic fund was set up in 1938. Each member contributes one dollar to the
fund each year for the first five years he is a member. Th ' A
of a loan t h l
e money 1S used 1n the form
o e p send a graduate of Angola High School to college.
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The Student Council was organized in 1932 to promote eo-opera
dents and faculty, provide opportunities for student self-direction, foster all worthy
school activities, and create and maintain high standards for citizenship.
This organization has sponsored and participated in many activities this year. These
include: Sponsoring a sock dance, "Icicle Idioeygn selling basketball season tickets,
sponsoring the selection of cheerleaders, striving to improve pep sessions, organizing
cheering blocs at the games, expending effort to arouse greater school spirit, lighting
the trophy ease, taking up the collection for the March of Dimes at two basketball
games, working on school problems in general, and sponsoring the May Dance.
The group consists of four members, two girls and two boys, from each high
school class and one from each of the seventh and eighth grade rooms. Meetings are
held twice a month.
1 the members were: Seniors-Charles Rose, jim Swift, Donna Crum,
k Kit lVllCF"lClY61'1 Nancy German,
ition between stu-
U biughg Iuniors-Iohn Maloy, Pete Dic , 1 y 1 . ,
Jnice Laird Margaret Field, Freshmen-
Janet m 1 x L
Sophomores-Jon I-loltzman, Bill Sheets, a . , t
Gary Griffith, Roger Wilson, June Priest, Janet Demingg Eighth Grade-Tony 0
man, Connie Gary, Seventh Grade-Thomas Flegal, Patty Lash.
The officers were: President, Pete Dick, vice president, John Maloyg secretary
d x and reporter, Donna Crum.
treasurer, Katy MacFa yei 5
Weighty Problems Discussed
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The School Safety Patrol has 53 members with William Harter as Captain and
Elizabeth Owens and Bob Lowther as Lieutenants.
This is the eighth consecutive year the Safety Patrol has been active since its re-
organization at the Angola School.
The purpose of the Patrol is to protect the school children in crossing U. S. 27
in front of school, at Prospect Street and at Felicity Street.
Girls, as well as boys, are participating in the Patrol program. The schedule is
arranged so that no one has to miss a class recitation.
The year 1954 marks the eighth one an Angola Patrol has received the Safety
Award presented by the Chicago Motor Club for a perfect safety record.
This year members of the patrol were equipped with new all-white raincoats and
helmets, which were purchased for them by the Angola Lions Club.
Richard Clemens is the patrol supervisor.
'FOP TIOXV: John ll'enleY, llill Hzivilzznd, Keith Pevvliy, Jim Young, Jerry Essen-
berg, Kenny Howell, Holi Lowtln-r, Jim Alhriglit, Junior German, John lillston, Doug
SECOND RONY: Tony Holtznian, Hob Eff, have D5'g'0l't, Blease Lattiinore, Linda
Howe, Uarol Graniling, Kenna Johnson, Judy Cole-main, Gerzilmline If21Xl0l', Bzil'lmi'a Mains,
'THIRD ROXY: Bob Ste1'I'an, Don Orvwiler, Bolr Steinke, Rieliarsl Lucas, Bl'llf'Q Bourd-
man, Jefl' McClelland, Beth lNlacFatlyen, Susan Yoder, lilarthzi Xxvllf-lQl', Marcia Meyer, Put
Ile-eveS, Uonnie Gary, VVillie Hurter.
'FRONT RONY: Jimmy Griem, Dick llnolihan, Edilie Bishop, Kenny Cope, Rahne
Lee, l+"1'od Smith, Kent liluvphy, Szinrlrsi Clnair, Beverly Leonhardt, llonnie Dodd, Patty'
hush, Elizabeth Uwt-11s, Lzlrry l..e'HIlllZll'flt, Mr, Clelne-11s, supervisor.
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America,s future rests with her teachers. The ever increasing demand for more
teachers has created a need in our high schools for a club like this to encourage young
people to pursue the teaching profession. Our local chapter Was organized in 1949 With
Floyd McCutchan as its first adviser. The group was named the "john L. Estrich Clubn
in honor of the former superintendent of the Angola schools.
During the year the members hold meetings on alternate Wfednesdays, give a tea
for the faculty, take part in student teaching, sponsor dances, and have charge of an
auditorium program. This year they visited Purdue University on their annual campus
tour. They presented a program for the Auburn F. T. A. and also appeared before the
Delta Kappa Gamma Society.
Gfficers for the year were: President, Phid Jarrardg vice president, Cindy Willisg
secretary-treasurer, Lynda Millerg and acting secretary-treasurer, Nancy Stevens. Mrs.
Gladys Kile is the club's faculty adviser.
F. T. A. Plans Program
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"The Little Dog Laughed," a comedy in three
acts, was presented by the senior class on Thursday
and Friday nights, October 14 and 15.
The story dealt with the lives of the Hunting-
tons whose daughter, Laurie, the college sophomore,
starts to "psychologize" them logically, unmerciful-
ly, and with complete unconcern for ordinary hu-
man feelings. Members of the family are seen wan-
dering around with thermometers in their mouths
to find their "Energy Peaks." Later the family turn-
ed on Laurie with devastating results.
The cast included: Lynda Miller, Laurie, the
college sophomore, Lorin Krueger, Sid Huntington,
Laurie's touchy, forceful father, Pat Scott, Mrs.
Huntington, her gracious but somewhat strained
mother, Chuck Southern, Wally, an easy going high
school junior, Phyllis Horn, "Gus," fussy house
woman, July Healy, Joan Wood, who has eyes for
NVally, Jerry Essenberg, Ted Wood, Sid's business
rival, Kay Smalley, Lillian, his wife, Charles Rose,
Mark Bradford, a quiet fellow who finally takes
Laurie in hand, Fred Musser, Horatio Honeywell,
Carlita Porter, Amelia, Doris Raney, Caroline,
Janet Umbaugh, Grace, Phid Crain, Walola, Bea
Burnett, Therese, Jim Swift, a newsboy, Clyde
Lonsbury, man with a dogg and Beverly Sams, a
The play was under the direction of Charles G.
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"Ghost Yvantedfi a mystery-comedy in three
acts, was presented by the junior class on March 17
and 18 under the direction of Charles G. Sharpe.
The action took place in a lonely house on
Ramshead Rock, off the coast of Maine. Granny
Kate took a sudden interest in zombies and to cure
her of this belief, her granddaughters put an ad in
the paper-'lGhost Wfantedf' Hugo and Jeff got
the job. Hugo, dressed in his best ghost gear, was
ready to run, however, at the first scream.
The underground passages of the house had an
interesting and surprising contribution to make to
the solution of the mystery. Hair-raising incidents
sent chills up and down the spine.
In the end it was discovered that Granny knew
all the time that Professor and Madame Zolga, sup-
posed voodoo artists, were really government agents
and she was working with them.
The cast included: Hugo Bromley, a young man
out of a job who finds himself in the ghost busi-
ness, John Maloy, Jeffrey Hall, his friend and gen-
eral manager, Ned Fifer, Troddy, maid and cook
for the Stormgay household, Jane Brokaw, Ginger
Stormgay, a pretty girl in her late teens, Joan U1-
mer, Gale Stormgay, Ginger's sister, a little older,
Nancy Gleason, Hatcher, the Stormgays' house
man, Dick Gecowets, Granny Kate, the girls' ener-
getic and capable grandmother, Sally Snow, Pro-
fessor de Vallan, an authority on voodoo and zom-
bies, Carl Unger, Madame Zolga, his strange assist-
ant, Cynthia Willis, Azalea, a lobster woman from
the nearby village, Janie Hamma, Nora Vane, a
woman with a nose for investigation, Katy MacFad-
yen, Mr. Bradshaw, the sheriff, Ronnie Steenerson,
the monster, pantomimed by Don Wise.
' IL Society,
The local chapter of the National Thespian Society was organized in A. H. S.
in 1952 by nine students. The Society now has twenty-two members. It replaces
Alpha Delta Chi, the former high school dramaties club.
The Thespians produced "An Evening of One-Act Plays" under student direction
on January 25. These plays were "Three on a Benchf, directed by Chuck Southern,
"Thirty Minutes in a Street," directed by Phid Jarrardg and "Happy Journeyf' direct-
ed by Lynda Miller.
To the Muncie Conference were taken two plays, "Happy Journeyf' a comedy,
and "Aria Da Capo," a platform reading play. Both plays won in their divisions and
three awards were brought home by individual students. Paul DeRosa was best plat-
form readerg Jean Crain, best actress of the day, and Judy Healy, best actress in the
The officers of the club were: President, Chuck Southerng vice president, Lorin
Kruegerg secretary, Sally Snowg treasurer, Cynthia Willis. Charles G. Sharpe was the
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The Girls' Athletic Association is an active group in our school this year. This
organization is for all high school girls interested in athletics.
The purpose is to increase the girls' interest in various sports and to develop friend-
ship, better sportsmanship, and co-operation.
Every Friday afternoon from 3:30 to 4:45 the girls participate in sports such as
basketball, volley ball and soft ball.
This year's officers were: President, Bea Burnett, vice president, Mary Lou Miller,
secretary, Lucinda Newnarng and treasurer, Cynthia Willis. The adviser was Miss Gladys
MEMBERS: Mary Nelson, Bea Burnett, Plaid JEll'lTll'i'l, Pyiitliizi XVillis, Lu Ann Eff
Margaret XVllllR1'llSO1l, lXIui'gareL Field, Judy Fair, Bonnie Gary, Miss Lezts, adviser.
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One of the most important and one of the most active organizations in the music
department is the Angola Concert Band. Mr. Nichols is the director.
During the spring of 1954, the Concert Band participated in the District Con-
test held in Angola and also in the State Contest at Knox, Indiana. The band received
a superior rating in Angola and an excellent rating at Knox.
The band played several concerts during the school year, among which was a con-
cert in the Scottish Rite Auditorium in Fort Wziyne, for the opening day of the North-
ern lndiana Teachers' Association. During the summer of 1954 the band was kept busy
with the outdoor summer concerts. Another activity of the band was its playing for
the home basketball games. The group played two concerts on a day's tour, one at
Hamilton High School and one at New Haven.
The band won hrst place in the district contest at Columbia City and entered
state competition at Wfhiting in the spring of 1955.
VIOLIN: Mary Lon Miller, Sharon Hiwnliau
Linda Gentry, Mary Jo XVil1is, Phillip lXIusser, John
Newnani, Eetty lleeyes, Mary Slanina, Ann Slanina
Susan Yoder, Susan Steeiie-iwrwii, Bill Steele, Linda
Iiwers, OBOE: lnicinrla Newnain. FLl"l'E: Kax
Vreel. CLARINET: Mary Jane Hamma, Karen Erbe.
CORNIGTZ John Henley, 1'an1 Beatty, .lfvhn Shaw, .lflhn
Fiandt. VIOLA: Cynthia NYil1is, Jane Brokaw,
STRING BASS: Roberta Brokaw, Paul DeRosa, Rich
ard Krueger. TPBA: Tommy Philipp.. CICIJLO
Karen Brokaw, Shirley Miller, Bill NVrigl1t. HORN
Dick Getrowr-ts, Sylvia Hutler, Mary Sehrider. TIIOM
HONIG: Mike Erin-lcwon, Jean XYicoff. PERCUSSION
Shirley Henley, Bruce Anderson. PIANO: Donna
Strite. DIRECTORS: Elwood Nichols, Harlan Bond.
NOT PICTURED-FLUTE: Bonnie Page. YIOLA
f"LARlNICT: Shirley Miller, Mary Jane Hzunma,
Pat Scott, Nancy Stevens, Ned Cook, .Ianean Freed,
Nun:-5' GL'l'lllLlll, Jeanette Crain, Jerry Iiielimoiul, Beth
Selnimi, A1111 Sluninei, Brenda Bl'illlL'lllH, Barbara
Iiziiwy, Jiminy YVz1l43utt, Jerry ljye1's. BASSOON:
Marx' Lou Miller. Tl'iOMl73ONE: Mike Erieksim, Paul
Deliosa, Rogzei' XVllS011, Jim Taylor, .lolin Elston, Jim
Swift, Matt Ratekin. Sharon M1-Leland. FLUTE:
Uyntliia XX'illis, Kay Creel, llohertn. Brokaw. QBOE:
lint-infla NUXVll3lll. HORN: Dick Gecowc-ts, Gary
l'wUl'l5GS, Sylvia Butler, Mary Sc-lirimleiy Nanci Ilandolpli.
S.-XXOPHUNTCS: Shirley Follins, fY'2ll'OlYll Goucly,
Norina liuw, Tim Culver, Phillip YlYllSi7ll, Nancy Glea-
son, Jane Brokaw, liluh Andrew. li.-XSS: Allen Kun-
kel, Don Antlrew, Maurice Barlett, NORNICTS: John
lXTnl0Y, Joan Ulmer, Bill Sheets, Jluly Browii, Tony
llomero, John Henley, John YVllll?lll'lSOll, .lohn Shaw,
Pat Gravely, John Fianwlt, .l-liehartl Day. RARITONIC:
liorin Krueger, lrlllen TVivoff, Ronnie NV11est, Ronald
Steenerson. PICllC'l'SSION: Ned lfifer, Janine Laird,
.lohn XVQiss, Hill XX'right, David MaeFadyen, Shirley
l-leiiley, DIRECTOR: Elwood Nic-hols.
As one passes the auditorium on any Tuesday or Thursday evening after school, he
can hear the music of the orchestra. This is the sixth year for this organization in
A. H. S. The group played for such occasions as the Senior Play, the Three-One-Act
Plays, and the junior Play.
They also participated in the Northern Indiana State Band, Orchestra, Vocal As-
sociation Contest held at Columbia City, on April 2, and won first place. Angola had
the distinction of being the only school with an enrollment between 150 and 250 stu-
dents that had an orchestra participating in the contest. This group entered state
competition at Whiting on April 16.
The orchestra has been under the joint direction of Mr. Nichols and Mr. Bond.
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Ensembles and soloists from the instrumental
department performed many times this year for
various audiences, among which were the Rotary
Club, Moose, and Lions Club. Soloists and ensem-
bles were featured in the February concert of the
band and choir. Many of these participated in the
District and State Solo and Ensemble Contests.
The Marching Band participated in several
events this year. The most important of these was
the first Annual Band Day held at Purdue on Oc-
tober 9, when eighty-three bands appeared on the
Held. Our band also marched at three ball games.
These were the Concordia game, the Salem game
Mixed Clarinet Quartet
Junior Brass Quartet
The various ensembles included the brass, wood-
wind and reed instruments. String ensembles were
These groups rated very well in the contests
this year. They have given us good reason to be
proud of them.
at which the band put on their Christmas show, and
the Fremont game.
The drum major is Lorin Krueger, the twirlers
are Joanne Ulmer and Norma Law.
The band is under the direction of Mr. Nichols.
Drum Major and Twirlers
TOP ROXV: Ned Fifer, Fred Philipp, John XVilliamson, Tim Culver, Richard Bro-
kaw, John Morris, Maurice Barlett, Tony Romero, John Maloy, Dick Gecowets, Peter
Dick, David Ralston.
Q SECOND ROXV: Phillip NVilson, Don Andrew, Bill Sheets, Ronnie lYue-st, Gary
Forbes, Bill Xlfright, John Fiantlt, Mike liric-kson, Keith Beeehy, James Maxwell, liex
Barton, Lorin Krueger, Allen Kunkel, Roger XVilsnn.
THIRD ROXY: Donna. Strite, Shirley Miller, Kay Creel, Donna Crone, Kay Fry,
Marilyn Huff, Naney Randolph, Ellen XYico1'f, Donna Crum, Nancy Stevens, Jeanette
grain, Nancy Gleason, Sylvia Butler, Jane Lon Hair, June Priest, Rosalyn Burton, Judy
FRONT ROXV: Nancy Siehold, director, Mary Lou Miller, Janean Freed, Shirley
Collins, Marlene Alclrieh, Roberta Brokaw, Brenda Brauehla, Mary Jane Hamma, Susie
Caris, Joanne Ulmer, Phyllis Crain, Janiee Lairrl, Lucinda Newnam, Nancy 'Woocl, Deanna
AT PIANO: Cynthia Vifillis, Pat Scott.
NOT PICTURPIDI Paul Deflosa.
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Another important organization in the music department is the High School Choir,
under the direction of Miss Nancy Siebold.
The band and vocal concert in February was opened with the singing voices of
this organization. Other events on the agenda of the choir included singing for the Tri-
State Baccalaureate and Christmas caroling before Christmas vacation.
The choir participated in the District and State Contests in 1954 along with the
band and received superior ratings in both events.
This vocal group won a superior rating at the District Northern Indiana Band,
Orchestra and Vocal contest at Columbia City on April 2, 1955, and entered state
Competition at Whiting on April 16.
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The Boys' Glee Club this year had a membership of twenty-five. Rehearsals were
held every Monday evening. Mr. Nichols was the director. We are happy to have
this singing group as a part of the music department.
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Girls, Barbershop Quartet
Boys, Barbershop Quartet
Another group of ensembles was made up of
vocalists of Angola High School. These ensembles
performed for school programs and also for outside
A few of these ensembles included the Girls'
Barbershop Quartet, the Boys' Barbershop Quartet,
junior Sextet and Freshman Ensemble. These groups
participated in the District and State Contests this
year and rated very well. We can be proud of their
Music is the universal language of mankind. The
music department of Angola High School lends a
great moral and spiritual atmosphere to the student
body of our school. Some of our students spend
many hours a day making this possible.
Pat Scott, a member of this year's graduation
class, has given generously of her time and talent
to help make our music department what it is to-
day. She has been an outstanding member of the
senior band for seven years. This in itself is not
unique, but the extra things which Pat has done are
not the usual occurrence. She has given much of
her time to helping other students, especially this
year when she did an excellent job of accompanying
several solo and ensemble groups at the contests and
Pat is also an accomplished pianist and solo
clarinetist. She is a true musician, and the sincere
thanks of the Angola High School music depart-
ment go to you, Pat Scott.
BACK ROYV: Kenny
Dowell, Carlita Porter,
S n n tl 1' a Leatherman,
.lerry Essonherg, Donna
Crum, Judy H e a l y,
Phyllis Horn, Marlene
S E A T lil D: Nancy
XVootl, Mrs. Newnani,
zidviseri John Elston.
Anita McClellan, Phyl-
The student librarians are kept very busy during a school year. Whenever any
student wants a book or magazine, the librarians are always willing to help him Hnd it.
When the librarians are not locating material for other students, they are taking
care of the books and keeping the files in order.
We all want to rake time out and sa , "Thanks, librarians, ou have done a fine
A Y Y
job throughout the yearf'
dm, Pfznjactm, Upmafnfm,
"Do we have a movie today? Will it explain this process? Will we have a chance
to see it twice?" These questions and many others are asked by the students in connec-
tion with our audio-visual program. This work could not be carried on without the
help of our faithful film projector operators. They showed films in the high school and
both grade schools. Pour projectors, three portable and one stationed in the auditor-
ium, have been in use this year. Twelve or more films were shown each week through-
out the school.
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BACIQ IIOVVZ .TllYlH15' 3 MQ
G 1' i em, Larry Leon- W
Eiaiwlt, Larry Stevenson,
Roh Andrew, Allen
Kunkel, Gene Maxton,
.Jerry Essenberg, Jim
SICATED: Mrs. New-
nam, adviser: Carl Un-
ger, D a v e Ralston,
Louis Chiricotti, Ben
Bryan, Don XViSe.
NUT PI C TU RE D:
Chuck Southern, Harold
The mysteries of the
scientific World are re-
vealed in 3 movie in
Mr. Feldmunifs science
"T e mp u s fugiti'
when students study
under Miss Reed's di-
rection in Latin I.
Whzlt happened in
the ages past is brought
to light in Mr. Druck-
ZlI'11iiiC1',S World history
UG o 0 d position-
rencly-type," says Mr.
Barkdull in typing I.
The freshmen learn
the fundamentals of
the business World in
general math class.
Miss Stoops is in
The homemakers of
tomorrow are about
ready to serve 21 meal,
under Mrs. NValker's
The mysteries of the
English language are
solved in Miss Shultz's
Mr. Sharpe explains
indirect objects an d
other intricacies of sen-
tence structure in Eng-
Under Miss Leas, di-
becomes a pleasure.
Great mechanics of
the future work with
lathe and saw, with
Mr. Clemens in charge.
Artists of A. H. S.
use with skill the brush
or pen in Mr. Kuebler's
around the hrst period
The equation 2x'l'3
Iy makes sense in Mr.
Ha1nmel's algebra I
The way the United
S t a t e s government
agencies function is
shown by Mr. Van
Matre. The seniors
The buzzer ringsg books are shutg
Class is overg another hour is up.
Our wise teachers, who have been to college,
Have tried to give us some of their knowledge.
Life is made of classes, toog
How you pass or fail is up to you.
Experience is the teacher here,
.And much is learned with each passing year.
Qfulwtj " 9n,5l.JL .
The students in the driver training classes in A. H. S. are given eleven weeks'
training behind the wheel on the country roads and the last few lessons on the main
highways. The twelfth week is spent in the class room answering three hundred ques-
tions asked by the American Automobile Association cn the rules of the road.
A 'SS dual control Chevrolet ear was provided for the use of the clriver's training
students this year by the Maxton Chevrolet Sales of Angola.
OUR BUS DRIVERS
Our faithful bus drivers could be called
the men behind the scenes and often they
donit get all the credit that is their due.
They FHLISE drive the school busses in all
kinds of weather and over all kinds of
roads. Theirs is a job of great responsibil-
ity. And each one of them is the friend of
every pupil who rides on his bus!
The drivers this year were Loren Dixon,
Morris Lehman, Kenneth German, Duane
Rose, Fordyce Johnson and Earl Butz.
me-Je t M, -z' 'ff ax..Ae:,,M..-,'wei?i,g1?1f:L, f Hey fsf.,z:'H'1n :f
Mr. Maxton gives
"Druek" the keys
Miss Teegardin and
Sl group of Hrst graders
give the pledge to the
Miss Hardy reads a
story to her pupils of
the third grade.
Miss Myers and an-
other section of the
first grade enjoy a
story, perhaps about
:'The Three Bearsf,
Pupils at Hendry
Park coming into the
hall after morning re-
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The Hornets closed this season's regular playing
schedule with 7 wins and 11 losses-plus a win in
the Holiday Tourney at Fremont, and three wins
in the Sectional. All of the games were played hard,
and the margins were not great between the scores.
Their first ball game of the season was a great
loss, although it was won. One of the two senior
boys, Charles Rose, was injured in the first quarter.
It was later found that he wouldn't be able to play
the rest of the season. As stated Angola won that
first game with Waterloo 52-49.
A losing streak then fell upon the Hornets as
they lost the next five games to their opponents-
Concordia 59-45g LaGrange 59-415 Edon 62-59g
Butler 70-503 and Avilla 76-61.
There were two more games to be played before
the Holiday Tourney at Fremont. Angola won both
by scores running Angola 70-South Whitley 63 and
Angola 67-Salem 63.
In the Holiday Tourney the Hornets defeated
Fremont 68-65. The Hornets went on to play Gar-
rett in the Hnals, but lost to them 50-45.
The Hornets' next game was with Hillsdale. In
this game Angola racked up a score of 109 to Hills-
dale's 40. This was Angola's highest score in a
number of years.
Then as before their luck changed and the Hor-
nets suffered five more losses. They went down be-
fore Montpelier 65-63, Auburn 65-54, Garrett 63-
55, Berne 50-36 and Fremont 72-61.
The Hornets then traveled to Decatur where
they won a ball game to the tune of 61-60. That
same week-end, they bowed to Manchester Central
59-60. The last two games were wins. The Hor-
nets dropped Elmhurst 74-57 and in the Kendall-
ville thriller Angola defeated the Comets 63-57.
This was the first time in 19 years that the Hornets
defeated a Kendallville squad.
In the Sectional the Hornets downed Waterloo
63-41 in the first game. In the scheduled season
game with Waterloo we won by only 3 points. Metz,
our next opponents in the Sectional, were defeated
by the Hornets 56-52. In the third game the Hor-
nets nosed out the Garrett Railroaders 56-55. This
was the first time the Hornets have worked their
way to the finals in six years. In the final game of
the Sectional, with Tom Randolph scoring 28
points, the Hornets still could not get by Auburn.
They lost to the Red Devils 65-57.
Tom Randolph received the honor of being
named on the all-star team of the Auburn Sectional.
TMP ROXV: Dick Gee-owots, Gail Bl'2lLli'l1lZ1, Torn ilandolpli, Dave Mi-ndenlmii, Ron-
SEFOND HOXY: Gary Forbes, Nike lilrir-kson, Tim Culver, Don XVaite, Charlie Rose.
FRONT IIUXV: Alun XVztlte1i1ve1'g'e1', TiI2WLl1'lK'L' Bnrleit.
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The Angola Bees racked up nine wins as compared to nine losses in the regular
The games the second team has won and the scores are: Angola 33, Vfaterloo 29,
Angola 46, Edon 13, Angola 43, LaGrange 31, Angola 59, Salem Center 405 Angola
35, Hillsdale 26, Angola 44, Montpelier 24, Angola 40, Manchester 29, Angola 33,
Elmhurst 31, Angola 35, Kendallville 28.
The losses included: Butler 54, Angola 36, Concordia 30, Angola 19, Avilla 51,
Angola 36, South Whitley 37, Angola 285 Garrett 49, Angola 27, Auburn 43, Angola
143 Berne 37, Angola 273 Fremont 46, Angola 26, Decatur 40, Angola 32.
XVe shall look forward to seeing all these players in action next year.
TMP RUXY: Cozlvli Van Mizxtre, John lllorris, Gaim' Grillltll, Muurii-e Barlett, Doug' Slim'-
row, P-1111 lloriek, Ibave 1Nl4u'Fac1ye11, Student Mau:lg'e1'.
l5'1'iON'l' RCW: Dean lTa1'tm-, Roger XXv1lN0ll, Allen Kunkel, Junior Germain, Jack
Rliller, Dir-li Finch.
TOP ROYV: .Terry Essenlwie, Mgr., Doug Sharrow, Tom Randolph, Dare lwlenilenliall,
Ronnie Steenerson, Mr. Hummel, Coach.
SECOND liOXX': Mike E1-iekson, Fred Philipp, Don XYaite, Dick Seeman, Larry Leon-
FILONT ROXY: Tint Culver, Gary Griffith, John Malloy, lbeun Harter, Dirk Finn-h, Gary
The baseball team had a very good season, winning six games and losing only one.
Angola won the first three games, beating Wfaterloo ll-4, Butler 7-O, Ashley 16-4, and
then losing to Riverdale S-l. The next game was with Waterloo and the Hornets came
through winning 9-0. Riverdale forfeited the next game, so Angola and Butler were
tied in first place. Unfortunately the playoifs for the trophy were not held because
of bad Weather and the starting of the basketball season.
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
BACK ROXV: Billy Stonec-iplu-r, Student Blzinugerz Font-h Vun Mzitrt-, Phil Rorirlt, Jack
Miller, Don XVise, llflaurivt- Burlvtt, Clmrlt-s l-lose, Dirk Get-owt-ts.
FRONT ROXY: Roux-1' NX'ilsfin, llonnie XVuest, Ji-rry Frist, Tom Priest, Ray Brown.
.lim Albright, Keith Bt-t-vliy.
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The cross country team was tops in their trade last fall, as they were undefeated
in their five scheduled meets. They defeated Kendallville, Qrland, Metz, Ashley, Avilla,
Rome City, Wolf Lake, Howe Military, Fremont, Topeka and Riverdale.
The team traveled to Fort Wfayne to win over South Side and other large schools
in qualifying for state competition. Angola received third in the sectional at Fort
Wayne. They went to Indianapolis to iind stiffer competition in the state meet.
Art Van Matre was their coach.
Team members who went to the state were Don Wise, Dick Gecowets, Maurice
Barlett, Keith Beechy, Tom Priest, Ronnie Wtiest and Jim Albright.
The Hornet track team.had a very good season last spring. The 880 yard relay
team received fourth place at the Kokomo Relays. The team won other numerous
awards throughout the season. Art Van Matre was the coach and Bob Andrew and
John Maloy were the student managers.
The meets in which Angola participated were those with Hamilton, Auburn, Metz,
Butler, Waterloo, Scott, Salem and Fremont.
'TOP RUXY: Uliarlie Rose, Dori XX'uite, Fred Philipp, lion XYise, Mallrice Barlwtt, Gail
Brziuclilu, Pete lbit-li, Dave lizilstmi, Rivliai-il Sit-inkt-. Art Yun Matte, Coztvli.
SECOND HOW: .John Maloy, Student Manager. Gordon Mitvholl, Roger Xllilson, John
Iilstun, Rivlizird I-Zrokziw. Keith 121-evliy, Phil Ilorivk, Gene Mztxton, Jerry Fast, Bob An-
drew, Student iXi2lllRR't'l'.
FRUXT ROW: Mike lirivkson, Dean Harter, Jim Allrriglit, Ronnie NYuest, Gary
Griflitli, Toni Prim-st, Cline-k SOl1t'lllll'U.
NOT PIf'TI'lil3ID: Gary Ifrirlws, flohn Morris, Jac-li Miller, Dave Suntht-tn, Lovin
litilr-g'e1'. Dick Finch. Jerry Byers, Dir-li Gevowi-ti Irlill Sheets, Jerry .l:lL'lllllOlili.
mam, 91, ,leant
TOP IKOXY: Foavlx Nesbitt, Alain Alaurzi, llziry Clizipinzln, Jerry Ililllllfilllll, XVzi5'ne
1'i1'ZiHl. Louie Newnzini, Jerry Jack, Stllilvlll Maiiziger.
FRONT IIUXYZ Connie Gary, lit-ggiu P1ll'l'iSl1, Gordie Yun Mater, Howard Crum, Dzlve
Dygrert, Tom Philipp, Bonnie lfagi-.
Team-work, team-spirit, an attitude of good sportsmanship combined with all-
around ability produced a winning season for the eighth grade team this year. Running
up an eight game winning streak the junior High Hornets first tasted defeat at the
hands of Auburn, came back to win against Kendallville, faltered and lost to Garrett,
surged from behind to defeat Fremont and fell before the tall boys of Hillsdale. The
regular season ended with a record of ten wins and three defeatsg however the team
traveled to the Garrett Invitational Tourney and by defeating Garrett and Auburn
came home with the championship. Gary Chapman was selected as honorary captain
by his teammates. A IUOSE valuable player was not selected as each boy on the team
was of value throughout the season.
Angola M37 Ashley
Angola ,,,, 30 Fremont
Angola ,,,,36 Wfaterloo W,
Angola N E42 Kendallville H
Angola ,,,,.., 44 Ashley ,,,,,
Angola ,,,,,, 49 Wfaterloo ,,,,
Angola ,,,.., 25 Auburn ,,
Angola ,,,,,, 27 Garrett 7
Angola ,,,.,,t 32 Auburn ,,,,,,
Angola ,,,,,, 38 Kendallville N
Angola ,,,,, 36 Garrett ..r..,
Angola ,,,, 3 5 Fremont ,,,,
Angola ,,,, 32 Hillsdale ,
GARRETT INVITATIOIWAL TOURNEY
Angola , ,,,,, ,,,,,, .,,,, ,,,,,,, 3 4 G arrett ,,,, ,,,,.. ,
Angola . 36 Auburn
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TOP HOXY: l'm1w11 Ns-slmitt, 11111 Cimtty, 'Pom F11-gjul, 'Pom Oweiis, 1:1L'l1k11'fl I,11ez1s, Ed
-l'11llL'1'1, Doug l':SSt'11lli!l'Ll', Stullvnt M:111f1p:'e1'.
FRONT HOXY: 1,111 Owens, .lim Griffin, XYQ11113' K1'11eg1-r, K1-nt AILl1'IUl1j', liarry XVNQ,
The seventh grade team came up with a season record of four wins and eight
losses. The team, comprised of small but determined boys, was led throughout the
season by Xvoody Krueger, who was selected honorary captain and most valuable play-
er by his teammates. Highlight of the season was the team,s first victory over Fremont,
when the Bees scored fifty-six points to the Eagles' twenty.
Angola W H .16
Angola W ,,,,, 56
Angola ,A ,t,,, 31
Angola W ,,,,, 19
Angola ,,,, ., 7,21
Angola H ,,,,, 22
Angola .,,. W S
Angola ,,,, ,,,,,. 1 1
Angola U ,,e,e 16
Angola ., ,,,, 20
Angola , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 6
Total Points ., ..,,,, 260
Ashley ,, ,H36
Wzlterloo . ,,,, ,32
Ashley ,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 3
Wfaterloo Y ,,,, 20
Auburn W ,...,4O
Garrett , ,39
Auburn ,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 4
Kendallville ,,,, , .,,, 27
Garrett ,t,,, ,,,,t 4 4
Fremont ..,,,, 9
Total Points ,t,,, W 7,3 57
Ah, here it is, the year 1960, and the class of "SS" is having its first reunion at
the famed Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City. The hotel is now under the
'management of Nancy Wyatt. As we enter we hear the sweet music of a marimba
coming from the Blue Room, with no-other than Shirley Henley playing.
As we look around, we recognize many familiar faces. There is Jim Babcock, who
now owns a chain of modern motels all over the United States, talking with the famed
wrestler, Jack Binkley. Ronnie Sutton, who represented the U. S. in the Olympics last
year, just came in with Richard Maxton, now associated with the Chevrolet division of
General Motors, Ken Short, the manager of the Indianapolis Speedway, and Dick See-
man, who now owns a large car agency.
There is a lot of noise coming from outside the Blue room. Shall we take a look
and see who's there? Why the newcomers are none other than Phid Horn, who now
teaches English in Brazil, Tom Randolph, the Zollner Pistons' star basketball player, and
Chuck Southern, who owns the largest boat livery in Indiana. They just flew in on
T. W. A.'s new jet airliner on which Phid Crain is hostess.
Oh, look who are coming up the walk! Marilyn Huff and Beverly Sams, who are
partners in the drug store business, with Clyde Lonsbury, the owner of all the A 86 P
stores in the U. S., and Bob Kelly, the famed artist, following right behind!
Well, look who just drove up in a big limousine! They are none other than Judy
Healy, the great Broadway actress, and Fred Musser, who, by the way, has just signed
a contract to star in another great Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer movie.
Here comes Doris Raney, the head of the greatest modeling school in the U. S.,
and with her are Margo Brannan, the famous fashion designer, her model, Carlita
Porter, and Bea Burnett, who designs and models hats.
Pa ve Sc'1fe1z1fy eight
Watch out! Here they come! They're the inventors of the fastest hot rod in the
world, John Adams and Walter Julien, followed by the great motorcycle dare devil,
We see that Jim Swift and Phid Jarrard just couldn't bear to leave old A. H. S.,
for they are now serving on the faculty. Jim gives trombone lessons and Phid teaches
physical education. With them is Mr. Feldmann, our class sponsor.
Here come Carolyn Goudy, who raises horses on her S00 acre ranch in Texas, and
Donna Book, who is busy training chem. Charlene McNett, the chief operator of the
General Telephone Company, is following close behind.
Well, look over there! How did they sneak in the door without our seeing them?
They're Wfilliam Harter, owner of the biggest dairy farm in the world, Jerry Rich-
mond, who is vice president of the Armour Packing Company, and John Wfilcox, pres-
ident of the National F. F. A. Club of America.
XVh there are Donna Crum, a re istered nurse, and err Essenber , who works
' Y, n D g r , Y g I
with the F. B. I., talking with Charles Rose. He must be telling them about his famous
book, 'zHow to Prevent Broken Legs."
He didn,t hold their attention long enough because they're running to greet Lynda
Miller, who is the secretary to the President of the U. S., and Lorin Krueger, head of
West Point Military Academy, with Kay Smalley, the owner of the famous Barlett
Fashion Shoppe on Sth Avenue here in New York, and Janet Umbaugh, the famous
Well, we do believe we are all here now so let,s all go back into the Blue Room
where Pat Scott, a very famous pianist, is going to play for us.
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P RUXY: BI6ll1!,ll'illl Uni' p:11'z1v,lv: Hi, Krwgli Stflllfll' S1'vr'x11sur: lwillltiltfl, "Thu Gras,-
SIGCOND ROW: Pep sessiwn: Mr. Bavkdull on hall duly: XYl1nl's the Sl'f7l'LJ?
THIRD IUPXY: XYhnt's wrwrng, .Twhu'!: Sulxiurs ill thv moumlz Janet LI: Hwrnels fm'
Sul:-I: Mr. Nesbitt nu the play gxwnllul.
FOURTH RUXY: Mow pep sessifm: Il:-turn In sinh 1ve1'iUd vluss: Junim' stand at
"TTI ROXY: Chow tinlv-Y'Twf11 iuitizltiwu: SL-nim' gnlsi Suplmoxnolw givls bein:
TUI' IIHXYZ Slllilv, Sharon: I1un't full, Nan: XYl1el'i-'S your lint, Iiubin HHOJT: Iluw'
cli1iilving2,', .Teium'?Z Rm-is ll.: H1111-li out for the poisoii ivy, Kay.
SEUUNIQJ ROXV: Plxid nnfl Env at T-luck Lake: Latin luximlmt ilim-if years ago: ljm
good job, Nancy: Oni' trophy n-use: Y-Teen initiation.
THIRD RHXY: Hi, Javklg XYln1t's so funny, John 5 I-Inruot Iinauviul returns: Bone-
of that, kidsiz XVhat wvre you going to say, .Iuhn'?
I"OUR'I'H IIONV: YYlie1'u you goiiig, Margo 3 xvhlillll you talking tm, 11011112172 Hi, Jo:
YVliaL's tht- iiwtu-x', Pat--amid 1lobe1'ta'?: Lovers: Sophoniure :ii-1:4 nt Bludsne's.
FIFTH HOXV: Helplg Fiwspmiiieii at workl: XVhnt say, John'?: XYhy so blue, Pam?:
Louk In-re, Jtllllll Turn around, Janean.
We, the class of 1955 of Angola High School,
situated in the city of Angola, in the county of
Steuben, in the State of Indiana, being of sound
mind and body, do hereby make, publish and declare
this to be our last will and testament.
To MR. FELDMANN, our sponsor, we leave our
sincere thanks and appreciation for his wonderful
To MR. MCCUTCHAN, our principal, we leave
our best wishes for success in piloting the future
classes through the trials and tribulations of high
school as he did us.
To MR. BOOMERSHINE, our superintendent, we
leave all the good thoughts that assembly speakers
have attempted to pass on to us.
TO THE REST OF THE FACULTY, we leave our
best regards and the wish that they may instruct
many other classes in science, Latin, English and
other subjects. We also leave the memory of the
class of '55 to do with as they see fit.
TO THE JUNIORS, we leave our ability to up-
hold the Senior name, in the hope they will do as
well as we have.
To THE SOPHOMORES, we leave our ability to
make money on the different moneymaking subjects.
To THE FRESHMEN, we leave our ability to get
along with the faculty and to have as much fun as
we have had in the four years of high school.
In addition to these bequests We wish to dis-
pose of some more of our personal items as follows:
I, JOHN ADAMS, do hereby will and bequeath
to Louie Chiricotti my superior motorcycle riding
ability in case he gets one someday.
I, JAMES BABCOCR, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to run the 220 in ten seconds at 8:29 in
the morning, to Fred Philipp.
I, JACK BINRLEY, do hereby will and bequeath
to my sister, Judy, my ability to study intelligently.
I, DONNA BOOK, do hereby will and bequeath
all the fun I have had in high school to my cousin,
I, MARCO BRANNAN, do hereby will and be-
queath my ability to come to school every Monday
morning to Judy Fair.
I, BERNICE BURNETT, do hereby will and be-
queath to my sister, Katy, my old pair of longies.
I, PHYLLIS CRAIN, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to have fun and make good grades to my
sisters, Jean and Connie, in the hope they will use
it to the best of their advantage.
I, DONNA BELLE CRUM, do hereby will and be-
queath my ability to get in on time on week-ends
to Beth Selman.
I, JOHN ELSTON, do hereby will and bequeath
my seat in study hall to Ben Bryan.
I, JERRY ESSENBERG, do hereby will and be-
queath my ability to get C's in Government to Ed-
I, CAROLYN GOUDY, do hereby will and be-
queath one "beat upn bookkeeping workbook to any-
one needing it, and my saxophone to Norma Law
and I hope she uses it better than I did.
I, WILLIAM I-IARTER, do hereby will and be-
queath my ability to get passes from Mr. Clemens
to Kenny Dowell.
I, JUDY HEALY, do hereby will and bequeath
a well worn recipe for chocolate chip cookies to any
girl who is lucky enough to need it.
I, SHIRLEY HENLEY, do hereby will and be-
queath my trusty bass drum stick to Dave Mac-
Fadyen, my bent tymp sticks to Karen Brokaw and
my well worn seat in the bus to my brother, John,
hoping they will make good use of them.
I, PHYLLIS HORN, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to go to Brazil to Marlene Aldrich if she
can get a permanent visa.
I, MARILYN I-IUEE, do hereby will and bequeath
my beautiful, beloved, horn-rimmed glasses to Mar-
lene Aldrich in the hope that she will break them
into little pieces and throw them away.
I, PHYLLIS JARRARD, do hereby will and be-
queath my trombone to Caroline Kolb in the hope
that she will practice on it as faithfully as I have,
and also I give her my well-worn grey loafers to
wear when hers wear out.
I, CHARLENE MCNETT, do hereby will and be-
I, WALTER JULIEN, do hereby will and bequeath
"loaded" basketball to the team in the hope they
win more games with it.
I, ROBERT KELLY, do hereby will and bequeath
artistic ability to Willie Nelson.
I, LORIN KRUECER, do hereby will and bequeath
acid-scarred chemistry apron to Fred Philipp in
hope that it will keep all acid Off his clothes and
I, CLYDE LONSBURY, do hereby will and be-
queath my nickname, Ding, to Alan Waltenberger.
I, FRED MUSSER, do hereby will and bequeath
ability to break test tubes, spill acid and burn
sulfur, to the chemistry class of next year.
I, DORIS RANEY, do hereby will and bequeath
ability to chew gum scientifically to my sister,
I, GERALD RICHMOND, do hereby will and be-
queath my ability to play the clarinet to Barbara
I, CHARLIE ROSE, do hereby will and bequeath
crutches to Fred Philipp in the hope that he
doesn't have to use them, as I did.
I, BEVERLY SAMS, do hereby will and bequeath
ability to draw megaphone Hornet posters to
any future Journalism student.
I, KENNETH SHORT, do hereby will and be-
queath my car to my sister, Marcia, so I don't have
to keep taking her places anymore.
I, CHARLES SOUTHERN, do hereby will and be-
queath my ability to be a good driver to my brother,
I, RONALD SUTTON, do hereby will and be-
queath my ability to be an ideal Spanish student to
I, RICHARD MAXTON, do hereby will and be-
queath my psychology book to my brother, Gene.
queath my messy locker to John Rorick and my
stack of old newspapers to any future Journalism
I, LYNDA MILLER, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to get to school at 8:29M to my brother,
Jack, in the hope that he will make good use of it.
I, CARLITA PORTER, do hereby will and be-
queath my nickname, "Cocky," to June Kelly in the
hope that she can carry it through high school as I
I, THOMAS RANDOLPH, do hereby will and be-
queath my old road maps to Bluffton to Don Waite
and Don Wise in the hope that they will keep the
road clear going there.
I, PATRICIA SCOTT, do hereby will and bequeath
to Roberta Brokaw, for I know she,ll never make
use of it, my ability to go to a solo contest and gen-
erally come home with nothing but a headache.
I, RICHARD SEEMAN, do hereby will and be-
queath my locker to Janean Freed in the hope that
she can keep it cleaner than I did.
I, KAY SNIALLEY, do hereby will and bequeath
locker number S18 to Maurice Barlett in the hope
that he will keep it as neat and clean as I did.
I, JAMES SWIITT, do hereby will and bequeath
to Jim Taylor the right to copy all the music for the
trombone section in band.
I, JANET UMBAUGH, do hereby will and be-
queath my ability to get along with and win all
arguments with Mr. Shrape to Tim Culver.
I, JOHN WILCOX, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to get along with other people to Carolyn
I, NANCY WYATT, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to get out of study hall to my brother,
In testimony whereof, we hereunto set our hand
and the seal and declare this to be our last will and
testament, this twenty-eighth day of May, in the
year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and
SIGNED: THE SENIOR CLASS
PER: BEVERLY SAMS
TOP ROXY: 15152 Duisiui: XX'hiQh encl's up'.'g XVl1om you posing fur, Bm' and Charlene?
SECOND ROYV: Marilyn sitting pretty: 'I'e1'1'il1le sun, Le-oraiz XVl1ere'1l you get thwwc
lllllFK'lt'!4, L1Yl'lll?I VVIUVS your friend, girls?
THIHD ROXV: Huw's the weather, Couky'?: Tlnwdzs il Crowd: Xvllilt X011 ilfvinpzy girls?
Be careful, John: Smile mwtty!
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l"UL'l'i'l'H ROXV: Sunshine- Girls: Don't tip UVt'l', Plxilg Relaxing .Lt the Dax-li. i
'FOP ROXV: Good old Indiunalg XX'hz1t are ynn trying to prove, Pliid'?: Having fu
NX'l1e1'e's your bafliing suit, lJfn1i1a'!: Meuw! Pretty kitty!
SECHND ROW: llaving a piuniv, girls? Been swimmiif, Pl1id'?: Niue Cnr, Lyndu and
Jim: XYateh the birdie!
THIRD ROW: XVhat you aiming at, D4DllIl2l?I Wlinse i-ing, t,'l1nrlene'.': 'Wlnfs the thi
pai'tv?: Sit down, .ludyg Kay Smalley, Shirley Millet' :ind Bea Burnetti Dnnna li. in at
pensive mood: Pretty Smile, Shirley.
FOURTH' ROW: Where did you get the tain, :i1'ls'?: Say "1-lieesef' Ji-an and friend
Judy and Marilyn: At the park: tbuluwl Seniors at liouse-party.
1"Il'TH IIOXY: Play pretty, Katy: Beautiful musie, Pliid: Hi, Bev: NVl1ex'e did you
get that cai"?: Keith B.: Beautiful scenery, Jan!
Marvin Aldrich--Working for his father
in Angola, Indiana
Herbert Amstutz-Purdue University, La-
Jim Austin-U. S. Army.
Nancy Barr-Moved from Angola.
Barbara Bodie-Working for U. B. Press,
Ruth Bryan-Living at home, Angola, In-
Tony Cather-U. S. Navy.
Frances Cimbal-Mrs. Jerry Van Wfagner,
George Cimbal-XVorking at Fremont, In-
Joyce Clark-Michigan State College, East
Tom Cline-Michigan State College, East
Jim Crouch-Milligan College, Johnson
Shirley Dixon-Mrs. George Gecowets, Fort
Lloyd Easterday-Working in Kendallville,
Bill Eberhart--Marquette University, Mil-
Bill Eoutz-U. S. Navy.
Keith Geren--U. S. Navy.
Garna Golden-Mrs. Tom Miller, Angola,
Larry Harman-U. S. Navy.
Don Hintz-U. S. Air Force.
Wendell Horn--U. S. Navy.
Norma Hutchins-Married, living in Cleve-
Sylvia Jackson-Michigan State College,
East Lansing, Michigan.
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Linda Kepner--Indiana University, Bloom-
Larry Klink-Working at Klink's Funeral
Home, Angola, Indiana.
Gordon Kope-U. S. Air Force.
Larry Kunkel-Purdue University, Lafay-
Sharon Lampman-Hillsdale College, Hills-
Bette Lucas-Working at Angola Dress
Shop, Angola, Indiana.
Steve Maloy-Purdue University, Lafay-
James Monroe-Moved from Angola.
John Morris-U. S. Air Force.
Susie Mummert-Working at Elkhart, Indi-
Tom Ott-Tri-State College, Angola, Indi-
Danny Patterson-International Business
College, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Jim Rodebaugh-I n d ia n a University,
Shirley Ruth-Working in hospital, Elk-
Stanley Smith-Tri-State College, Angola,
LaMarr Stroh-Working at Kendallville,
Marilyn Van Wagner-Memorial Hospital,
South Bend, Indiana.
Phyllis Wheaton-Working at Angola State
Bank, Angola, Indiana.
Joan Wilkinson--Mrs. Jim Eyster, Angola,
Peg Williamson-University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Mattie Wisner-Working at Jacob's Insur-
ance Oifice, Angola, Indiana.
Janet Baker--Indiana University, Bloom-
Sandra Barkdull-Massachusetts Institute
of Technology, Boston, Massachusetts.
Donna Barlett-Mrs. Robert Sawyer, living
Jean Begin-San Mateo College, San Mateo,
Don Bryan-Working at Ercl Furniture
Co., Coldwater, Michigan.
James Chase-Tri-State College, Angola,
Sharon Clark-Working at Gay Barn, An-
Michael Clausen-Working at Ford garage,
Sandra Deller-Mrs. Graham Sellers, Fre-
Alyse Deming-Mrs. Richard Freeman,
Kansas City, Kansas.
Patricia Druckamiller-Indiana University,
Judi Elliott-Mrs. Don Monroe, living in
Patricia Essenberg-Florida Southern Col-
lege, Lakeland, Florida.
Shirley Eyster-Mrs. Dean Williby, living
Mary Ann Fast-Mrs. Mike Boardway, St.
David Field-Tri-State College, Angola, In-
Harold Lynn Fisher-Deceased, December
Glenn Fordyce-Working Covell Imple-
ment Store, Angola, Indiana.
U. S. Army.
George Goodrich-Purdue University, La
Donald Hayward-Tri-State College, An-
Training to be an X-
at Cameron Hospital,
Jane Jack-Elkhart Business University,
David Laird-Tri-State College, Angola,
Joyce LaVine-Working for General Tele-
phone Co., Angola, Indiana.
James MacFadyen-U. S. Army.
Norma Malone-Working at Kroger Store,
Hal Moore-Tri-State College, Angola, In-
Sharon Murphy-Working A 85 P Store
Wfarren Myers--Tri-State College, Angola,
Barbara Nelson-General Electric, Fort
Dorothy Quimby-Mrs. Jim Nickerson,
Nancy Orewiler-Working at Clyde's
Drive-In, Angola, Indiana.
Ann Redding-National School of Aero-
nautics, Kansas City, Missouri.
Barbara Reed-Mrs. Richard German, An-
Jerry Roberts-Working at A 81 P Store,
Rita Sellinger-Working at Sandy's, An-
James Siegel-Indiana University, Bloom-
Laura Smith-Mrs. Carl Short, Angola, In-
Maxine Spangle-International Business
College, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Mary Stonecipher-Mrs. Jerry Anderson,
moved from Angola, Indiana.
Leonard W a r re n-Attending military
school, Fort Benning, Georgia.
Suzanne Weiss-Ball State Teachers Col-
lege, Muncie, Indiana.
Felix Weldon-Working at Sunoco Station,
Anita Willis-Working in Fort Wayne, In-
Robert Worthington-Tri-State College,
June Yates-Mrs. Ronald Mitchell, Au-
Page Elgbiy sewn
TOP IIOXV: Seniors at AIIIJIIVII Fair: Liitin hnuqueti f'liu1'Iie ll.: XV1mt are you luck-
iug at, XYi1lie'!: Dum- :it Ufiristiuas time -plus .It-ri-y Byers.
SECOND RUXY: XYhu is yuux' Wide-eyed friend, Mzu'gn'?: 1'i1'E'Sll11lt111 at Canip: C'a11't
e smue, L0uie'.': Bev at State Park: Uh, noi
THIRD HOXV: Tom, the wo1'kei': Anne H: Big fish, Jimi: liieliuivi M.: Play it right,
Diary Luu: burin KJ YYhum you smiling: I'c,11', LA'ndz1'?: They must be lvitiug. Jim!
FOURTH IIONV: XVo1'king' -hard, Cl1z11'1e11e?: Take ezire--TPou't tear, Shirleyi Rezil
Cute, Cuukyi I,ihera4-e's sister: Did KVA' Svare yuu, Harb?
TOP RUXY: Home Ev Class: Musvle man Rzmdollvhi BEZIYUH days gone by: Going' out
for lvarwbzlll, Pl1i1?: Sul tlwm up, Ulydmfi XYl1e1'c you gUi1lH', Drvllllzl?
SIGCHND ROXV: Cmnfy, S11i1'Iey'?: Nice- bout, Phid: Uweloxvj The liml-uplz I-Imlsnh
arty: Lovin as 21 Rvmun l11USiC'iElll.
'THIRD HOXY: Surprise! Surprisolg Margo: XXYIICFG are you, Iq21Y?Q Freshnlun boys:
Irwl, unotlu-1' llolnzlu musician.
Summer vacation is over-School be-
gins with a buzz 9 a. m.-Hornets
down Waterloo 16-4
Angola noses out Butler 10-7
Juniors order class rings-Ashley wins
three way track meet
Juniors started selling magazines
Hornets win over Ashley 16-14
Beginning of lowa Tests. Some fun!
More Iowa Tests-St. Joe tops Hor-
Finally the tests are over-Angola
whips Waterloo 8-10-End of Key
Students enjoy trapeze artists, per-
formance in auditorium program
Angola wins cross country meet-
Pete Dick elected president of Student
Seniors and juniors present Torch-light
Concert pianist, Theodore Ullman, de-
lights audience with program
Joanne Ulmer and Marjorie McEntar-
fer chosen cheer leaders
Band Day at Purdue University
The first issue of the "Hornet" appears
Seniors present their first performance
of "The Little Dog Laughed"
Standing room only on the second
night of 'lThe Little Dog Laughed"-
End of Hrst grading period
Track team places third in sectional
cross country meet
Student Council members start selling
season basketball tickets
We enjoy a big vacation while the
teachers attend Teachers' Association-
Band plays at Shrine Auditorium
Music Parents hold pancake supper
Government classes present patriotic
program in auditorium
Hornets participate in State cross
Hallowe'en ..,.,, Witches and spooks
Angola nudges out Waterloo S2-49
School holds open house for parents
Veterans Day Program is presented by
Songs from "South PaciHc" featured
in assembly program-David Menden-
hall places first in season ticket sales-
Band presents tribute to Sousa at ball
game-Hornets bow to Concordia S9-
45-Seniors sponsor first dance, "The
Government classes visit city council
LaGrange Lions down Hornets 59-41
"The Lowland Sean operetta and "The
Grasshoppern cantata are presented by
high school choir
Edon defeats Angola 62-59
We all eat turkey!
Relaxing and enjoying our vacation!
Butler takes Angola 70-50-dance
sponsored by juniors, "Y' all Come"
Avilla nudges out Hornets 76-61
Band and Orchestra concert is enjoy-
ed by audience
Hornets are victorious at South Whit-
Choir sings for Tri-State College Bac--
Y-Teens "Deck the Halls"
Hornets sting Salem 67-63-"Icicle
ldiocy" sponsored by Student Council
"Silver Bellsv Y-Teen-Hi-Y Christmas
Christmas issue of the Hornet is read
Grade School Operetta
Beginning of Christmas vacation
30 Fremont Tourney-Angola takes
Fremont 68-65-Bows to Garrett 50-
Back to school!
Hornets tip scoreboard on Hillsdale
109-40-Future Teachers sponsor
"New Year's Nonsense"
Montpelier outmaneuvers Angola 65-
Auburn Red Devils take Hornets 65-
54-Junior dance "Double A Hop"
Garrett Railroaders roll over Hornets
Berne drops Angola 50-36-"Frosh
Hop" is enjoyed by all-End of first
Dramatics club one-act plays, "Thirty
Minutes in a Street," "The Happy
Journey," "Three on a Bench"
College Day is very interesting and ed-
Fremont Eagles fly over Hornets 72-
61-Y-Teens sponsor dance, "Turn
About's Fair Play"-January issue of
the "HornetD comes out on schedule
Hornets slide over Decatur 61-60-
Pat Scott wins local oratorical contest
Manchester wins over Angola in an
overtime 60-59-Everyone enjoyed the
"Hoop Hop"-Many students partici-
pated in the District Solo and Ensem-
Y-Teen come-as-you-are breakfast-
One-act play, "The Happy Journey"
and a platform reading win firsts in
Dramatics Contest-Three first prizes
are won for individual acting ability
Music Concert pleases audience
Auditorium program--students give
platform reading play for high school
-For the first time in 21 years, Ken-
dallville bows to Hornets 63-57
Music majors enter State Solo and En-
semble Contest. Many rated high-
Y-Teens attend annual conference
School dismissed for first day of Sec-
tional Tourney. Hornets defeat Gar-
rett 56-55 and bow to Auburn 65-57
Pat Scott places fourth in District
The fourth grading period ends
Junior Class Play-"Ghost Wanted"
More entertainment offered by juniors
Juniors sponsor Chili Supper
I. U. Achievement Contest at Angola
District Band, Orchestra, and Vocal
Contest at Whiting-Three wins!
Easter Vacation beginning With Good
End of fifth grading period
State Band, Orchestra and Vocal Con-
I. U. State Achievement Contest
Vocal Music Contest
All students in music enjoy picnic at
Track Sectional-Seniors present en-
joyable program for Senior Day
More Track Sectional Meet
May Dance-Junior-'Senior Banquet-
Golf Sectional-Continuation of Track
State Golf and Track Meets
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TOP ROXV: Senior boys-in the firit grade-Miss Myers' ruom: fbeiriwj Senior girls
-sanie grade: Veterans' Day program at Hendry Park Sc-howl.
SECOND ROXV: Phid Crain: Mailing ai letter, Sharon? Ifreslinian general math
dass: Flag' pole dedication and ilag raising: Kenny D.
THIRD ROXV: Y-Teen advisers: Kids in the auditorium.
FOURTH ROXV: Cub's Sweet Shrip: Juniors at C'ub's: Seniors at Cub's.
pHf!l0I'I13.Q, Uufz. Hdv
Goodale Abstract Company ..... ,,,,,.... 1 51
Gerald Deller ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,.,. 5 03
G, Kenneth Hubbard ,,,,....,.. .,,,,, ...317
Steuben County Car Dealers, Association
New Car Dealers of Steuben County
Jarrard's Men's Store ....,,..,,.....l .,... ...,,,,, 1 9 7
StrOCk's Men's and Boys, Wear ,,,, ,,,,..,, 1 29
Ted's Menis Store ,,,,,,,...,,,...,,,,,, ...,.,,, 4 83
Meet Me at Cub's ,,,.,,,,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,,,,.. 18
Angola Sand and Gravel Excavating and
Golden Auto Parts ,,,,,,,...,,,.,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,.,
Western Auto Associate Store ,...
Angola Baking Co. .,
Angola State Bank ...., ,,,,i,.......,,,...,,, .,,......
First National Bank of
Clark,s Barber Shop
Fisher Barber Shop
Uinbaugh Barber Shop
Circle Salon ,t..,..,,........,t,,
Rainbow Beauty Shop
Angola Bottling Wforks
College Book Store .,,,
Munn,s Book Store ,e,,,.
Tri-State Lanes, David F. Yarian ,,i.,, ,,,,,,.,,
Willis W. Love Company ,,,,,,
Angola Dry Cleaners
McBride's Dry Cleaners
Angola Brick and Tile ,,e,,
Construction Work, Vfilbur Wfyatt ,,,,,, 8167-X
Bob Bryan Masonry Construction Co. .,,. 8165-Y
Sunrise Dairy ,,.,,,,,v,,.,
Meyer's Dairy Service A
Dr. C. B. Anderson ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, v,,,,,,.,, 7 1
Drs. S. F. and W. R. Aldrich ........ ,....... 3 04
J. C. Penney Company ........,.,... ........,. 4 7
Angola Dress Shop .............
Harmanis Ladies Shoppe .........
Ritter and Ferry Dress Shop .,,...
Kay's Dressed Poultry ,,,,........, .r.,,,.. 1 19
DRY GAS COMPANIES:
Angola Bottled Gas Store ...,...... ........ 4 84
Kratz Drug Store ......,,.................. ........ 1 47
Roger's Drugs ...........,........................ ....... .307
Willis Drugs, North Side of Square,
Prescriptions our Specialty, C. Willis,
R. Knecht ..................,..........,....,.................,. 23
Foutz Electric Shop ...,,,...
Expressways Inc. , ,....,,,...
Railway Express Agency Inc.
Fabzomgz Um ddv
Weatherhead Company ,,..,,, ...,,,,,,.. 1 85
Chard Implement Company ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,o,,,,,.. 659
Covell Implement Store ,,,,,,,7,7,,,,,,7,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 83
Farm Equipment, Allis Chalmers Tractors ,,,, 501
Ford Tractor Sales ,,,,,,,,. ,.,,,,,, ,..r, r.,,,, . ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 8
Oliver Sales Company ,,,,,,,,l,,,r , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 298
Hamma Feed and Supply, Feeds, Seeds,
Fertilizer and Garden Supplies ,,,,,,,,,,.. .i,, ,,,,,,, 9 9
J. H. Parsell's Sons, Poultry, Eggs and
Feed, Wholesale and Retail ,,,,,,,,...,,,.,,,..... M250
Steuben County Farm Bureau Co-operative
Association, Inc. c,,,,,,,..,. . ...,,,,,,,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,,. 701
Goodwin,s Standard Station ,,,,.,,, ,,,,c r.,, 4 2 2-9181
Ve1'yl's Texaco Service ,,,.,,..,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 3 14
Throop Shell Service .,..,,,c,c,,,,, ,,.. . , ,,,,,,,, 603
I-Iarman's D-X Service Station
Newnam Tire Supply ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,.... 3 77
FIVE AND TEN CENT STORES:
W, R. Thomas Sc to S1 Store ,,,t.,,, . ,..,,,,,,,,........ 97
Tribolet Co. Sc to S1 Store
Sharon Ann Floral Shop,
Fred and jane Boedeker ,, ..,,..,, 178
Throop Florist ,,,,,,..,.,,,,.,.. .....,.. 3 10
Angola Frozen Locker Storage ,tt,,.. ,,,.... 4 4
Klink's Funeral Home ,...,,,..v,,,Y ,....... 3 62
Weicht's Funeral Home ,,,.,,.., ....A.,, 3 21
Wilder-King Furniture Company ...... N246
Sheets Oil Company, Fuel Oils ..,. ,,,.... 6 6
Angola Garage ,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,., ,,,,,,,t,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,..,,,, 9 162
Al Lonsbury,s Garage and Wfreclier Service ,,,, 350
Manns Body Shop ,,,,,,,,,c,,,,,,,,,c,,c,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,. 3
Munson and Folck Body Shop ,t,.,,,,,,,,,,,.i,,,,,,,. .27
Shorty's Machine Service ,,,,,,c,c,,,, ,,,,,., 8 133-X
Fred Smith, Gifts and Greeting Cards L
North Wayne Grocery
Model Market ...,,,,,.,.,,,,,,..,,,
Impton's Quality Market ,.,.t
Seagly Brothers, Hardware, Appliances,
Propane Gas Service ,,,t,,t,t,,,,,,t,t,.,,,..
Williamson and Company, Wholesale and
Retail Hardware, XVilco Distributors L
HOME EQUIPMENT STORES:
Hosack's Frigidaire, Maytag, Hoover,
Philgas, Seigler, Tappan ,,,,,,,,,t,,..,., ,,,,,V, 1 06
Cameron Hospitals, Inc. ,,,, ,,,,,,... , 448
Elmhurst Hospital, Inc. ,,t. ,t,t,.. 5 60
Hotel Hendry ,,,, ..
Hubbard Insurance Agency ,....,..,,,,,,,
Jacob Insurance Service ,,,.,,,,,,,,.,..,,,,..,.....
Philip S. Johnson, Insurance Agency ,,,,
Tri-State Improvement Co., Gillis Pilliod
Watkins Sl Croxton ...,,,,,....V,,,,,....,...,.,,fvvf.'V,VV,g 61
Rolland J. Weaver, Insurance ,t,, ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,.,,,, 4 3 5
Leichty Jewelry .....,i.
Tuttle's Jewelry ,,,,,,,,
Kiddie Corner, Hazel Metz ,,,,,,
Lucilleys Kiddie Shop ,.,,...,,...,
Pafnnmlgc Uwz, dd!!
Lemley,s Laundry and Dry Cleaning ...,,...
Angola Lumber Company ,,..,,,,,,,,,,
Daniel Shank Lumber Company ,,,,,,,
Weiss Machine Company ,,,.,,,
Lakeland Court Y,u.77,,,,,,7fffiiiiffff......,,,.,,,,,,7A
Mounts View Motel, Mr. and Mrs.
.. ..... 532
Lewis Mounts, Proprietors ii,...,,,, .....,... 6 81-L
Taylor's Tri-State Motel ,,,....
Webster Motel ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i
Baldwin's Music 86 Hobby Store
G 86 K News Stand .,,.,,,.
Dr. M. J. Blough ii,,.,.
Dr. R. C. Snook ..,.,....
5 0 5 -L
Economy Wall Paper and Paint Company ,,,, 272
Cline's Picture Shop ,,..,,t.,,,,.
Gentry Photographic ...,.,.. A ,,,,,,,.,
Morelands Modern Portraits ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,, 100
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS:
Compliments of Dr. M. M. Crum .,,,,,,...,,,,.... 333
Selman Heating and Plumbing ,.....
Steuben Printing Company,
Printer of this Annual i,,t,.,.,,,,,...,t..... ........ 2 9
PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANIES:
Northern Indiana Public Service Company ...... 14
Lakeland Radio Supply .,..,,..,,,i,, ,,,,,,,,,, 7 0
REAL ESTATE DEALERS:
Casebeer and Arnold, Real Estate ,,,,,,...,,.i.,,,,,, 750
Ralph J. Steffan, Realtor, Farm, City, and
Lake Property, and Business Opportunities E238
Bassett's Restaurant ,O ,,,...,, 221
Dew Drop Inn ,:ii. r,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,ww,,, 6 0 8-X
Morris Restaurant ....,,,,,,,,....,, ,,,,,,,r,,,,,, S 1
North Wfayne Restaurant ....... ..,,,,, 1 57-X
Top Hat ,,,,,,,,.,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,, ,,,,,, 5 3 3
Fashion Shoe Store ,...,,,s,i.,..,
SHOE REPAIR SHOPS:
Angola Shoe Repair Shop
Louis DeRosa Shoe Repair
Duke's Snack Bar ..,,,,,.,,
Christy's Coney Island
Unger's Sporting Goods and Hardware
Van's Sports Shop ,,,,,,,....,.....,,,,i.,,,,i,,,,
Johnson Stock Yard Daily Market ,,,,.,..,,
Dura Television Antenna Towers,
Star Television Sales and Service . ,,.,. .
Swager Tower Company -,,,,,r,,,,, ,,,,,,,,
Brokaw Theatre ....,
Strand Theatre .....,.,,,
Ford Tractor Sales ....:,,,,
North State Sales, Trailers ,
1 2 6
TOP ROXV: XYaiting for Ve1'yl'?1 How's the Water, Shi1'le5'?g Birdie in the tree!
alias Beth Selman.
SECOND ROXY: XVI15' don't you gut in, Pl1itl'?g XVhat have you therp, Doi-is?: Class
pit-nicg Getting in fu' out. Janet?
THIRD ROXY: Leaving town, Phid and Bull'?g XYhy all dressed up, Do1'is'?: Family
portrait : Cold, Sharon 'Z
FOURTH ROXV: lfreshman slumber party: Looks like fun, kicls!: XVl1at you eating,
Margoifg Need any help, Bea?
'l'UP IIOXVL Gold old A. II', S.: My-11w1'ie's of good times: Frwnt dom' of A. H. S.
SECUND ROW: Om' faithful bus drive-1's-Mo1'1-is Lehman, Duanv Il0se's Standfby,
Ifnl-rlyve .IHl'IIlSUU, Kenneth l.2e1'rn:1n's substitute, Loren Dixon and Earl Butz.
THIRD RUXY: Christmzls Window L.lQK'Ol'HIiUUS-YXYllY d0n't you gm in, lvoys'?: Dir-k
buys a Hornet: Chas and Donna at Cluristmas Promg King Kris.
IPOUILTH HOW: Kids ut work before game: VVhat'S your l1u1'1'y, gi1'1S?7C'f'll'iStlI12lS
pa1'ty'?: Y-'Fe-en lmndiwork-first prize!
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3'-111 putting up yuur hair fur, Judy'?! Win-vc are you, 1211111-k'?
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l-'Il"TH RONY: lI111'1'y nt the lrHllK1llt'I1 T'I1'1i0yi11S the 1111114111911 Play HS fl tum-, Pali.
1172111 with 1111- 1101-111 All 1-4-udp' 1'1Q11' 1111- l'1'11n1.
TOP ROXY: Seniors in fifth g'l'H.dc'7f,'Ol'H Ken-kler's rmnn-First rnw-Ulvde 1,unsbu1'v
Donna. Prestuu, Bob Prwter, Michael llowlin, Bea liurni-tt, Num-y XY3'aLt, St'l'UI1ll row--
Pliid Jarrnrd, Annu Male- lCng'liSh, Ev1ll'iD2ll'R lvlai-sliall, Donna Crum, Front l'HXY1'C'1lB.l'1PN
llfmse. Riclialwl Maxton, Norma Evers, Jllfll' Healy, Jerry Essenbe1'g', Phill Crain: Nancy
XYyatt-in je-alms: Lynda Miller.
SECOND HOXY: Nunn-Y YV. again: Tommy Randolph-at 141 flwluwl Doris Rzlnevi
Lynda. Miller: Beverly Sums and Hliltui' Julien: LynL1a's birtlnlziy pivuirlf. I
THIRD IIUXYZ Jam-t L'1nln2,1lg'l1: lzilmveb Ulmrlie Iiose: Lynda, looking wav: ibeluwb
Ibm-is Haney: Beverly Sums and Tum: Sailor Jim Hain-Qcli: C'l1z1rlm1e McNett zind vzlnine
pal: Doris peeks out: Jerry lisseiilag-1'g looks Comfortable.
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TOP ROYV: Lynda Miller: Lynda's lvirthclay party 19423 finserty Ronnie Sutton
Marilyn Huifz Kay Smalley.
SECOND HOXV: Marilyn Huff: .Ianvt Umbaugh: Marilyn again-going riding: Janet-
in a hat: Kay Smalleyg Nancy NYyattfaf1er a Fishing trip.
THIRD ROXV: Marilyn H. in a different pose: Beverly Sams: Pliid Crain: Bea Bur
nett: Janet LTlIlll2lLlgh4l'6C1iIllflgI fcirclep Lynda Miller.
FOURTH ROYV: Margo Brannan: fcircleb Jim Babcwwk: Kay Smalley: flu-lowj
Margo again: Qabovel Hub Kelly: Lorin K.: Chucky Clyde: Margog Doris llaney.
"The Little Dog Laughed" Christmas Proms
Baseball Hi-Y Study Hall
Vacations Duck Tails
Tourneys Class Rings
Spring Concert Y-Teen
Basketball Games Passes
Junior Stand Hornets!
Bermuda Shorts Pencil Sharpeners
Torch Light Parade "Mac"
Choir in the Halls at Christmas
May Dances Cub,s
Freshman Initiation Parties
Going Steady Senior Day
Senior Trip "The Bishop's Mantel"
Junior-Senior Banquet Knee Socks
Pink and Black
Cashmere Sweaters Assembly Programs
Baccalaureate Houseparties Selling Magazines
Memorial Day Parade Award Day
Three-One Act Plays Track Meets
Driver's Training The Hornet
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At last rouzas thc time for the rlass of "SS" to say farewvll to A. H. S. Dewar'
arc the 'nzamories of thc frirnrfx wa haw had time past four years. But this is not the
and of thc' road, for wc shall striuc for snfrfss after we Ivaw tha halls of A. H. S. Our
ycarhook, "The Kay," will he the kay to tha past and an inxjziration for the future.
It is with one last look at the halls of A. H. S., that we leave thc' rfalm of high
sfhool fIdj'S and hcfgin to walk down thc' sunny path of the fzzturc.
It is with heavy haarts we hid our fast fawwcfll to you, a'c'ar A. H. S., and we say
thanks .,.... thanks for CL'!'l'yfbil1g.
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