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Page 34 text:
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.
Page 33 text:
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
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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
Page 35 text:
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!
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