u JOHN GATHER iS B w f- • DESIGNERS I s - RETOUCHERS 1 ■ fort wc is 1 engraving CO. 1 1 — mur Sfc- COMPLETE CUNTING CLAIE 1 L K- T ' ' AfHE. INDIANA SERVICE i ■--• •- ' hO. " Xxx, ■ ' " x% ' " XXx X ' fOS9 " N " " PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS - ANGOLA HIGH SCHOOL, ANGOLA, IND. " - i ' i;;: isKJ t ' ' - • ' ' « ; 5 : k; ; . ' - -. ' • ' ■■ t:? " iflH as M.ii , «»satfc ' . ■ i ,:, ! " : . Hi 4fi4 $ w. m 4k« " ■•••■•«- »•••••••»»•• •■■•••■•» « ll 7 F A ' v V " ' W, V v v V 3 Ij 1 M i s i " ■MJ 1 •-mt i ffo ' TT ' ..■-% .% t L.f ' fZ Jf-i im • f :-- . Our Gym The joy of I nli r , the ionow of ticfcat, the roiiminr of our sock hops, the cowradcshil of our pep sessions! Victory, defeat, romance, comraJeship, are four small thiiii s ithich have built arouiul our gym cherished mem- ories for us all. itli the Steps of Today We Are Building the Stairway Throughout our four years of high school uc have taken many steps toward our final goal, graduation. Foremost among the steps hate been those provided by our fac- ulty and classes, the steps of guidance and of knoulcdge. None the less important haic been our actiiities and sports, tu ' o steps which haie helped us to deielop char- acter and a sense of sportsmanship. In this our annual ue shall present to you the peo- ple and actiiities that haie helped to pre- pare us for the future. Steps to Knowledge Steps of Guidance „.. V » S»? ' mteeso of Tomorrow Steps to Sportsmanship Side Steps FACULTY P i c 10 CLASSES Page 20 ACTIVITIES Page 48 SPORTS Page 86 PllgC Scicii Dedication H B fe » Wf, jr (7«,v,v o 19 59, wish to dedicate our yearbook to Harry Soivle, custodian in our school for the last seventeen years. After these many years of faithful service, Harry is ref riiii . We shall aluays he rateful for the helpin i, hand he has extended to ns tl ron hont our twelve years of school. When we think hack over our A .i; ) school days, Harry will he anionn our fondest memories. I ' a:ic Rinlot Appreciation We, the Senior Chiss of 1959, uish to express our i rat- ifiide to Mr. Stackmau, our class sponsor, and to Tom Phil pp, Connie Gary and Gordie Van Marfer, our class officers. The i iiidance and leadership of these people have combined to make our hopes a reality. The advice of Mr. Stackmau has always been a beacon of light to shoiv the nay to success; and whenever ue need- ed a helping hand, the leadership of Tom, Connie, and Gordie has been the inspiration that was responsible for our triumph . We sincerely thank you. Page Nine FACULTY I • • • • • ' iX5,» • • Steps Of Guidance " • " — " " P " " ■ iJMB H m ' w i iin mU P i - •■■■•• ■•■••• • " ' " •■•••l Our Superintendent The man with the big smile and the cheerful word is a good description of our superintendent, Mr. Boomershine. He has always been the first to commend us for a job well done or perhaps guide us if we undertook a difficult task. We wish to ex- press our appreciation for all his help along the way. Secretaries An efficient secretary and friend in the office is Edith Kunkel. Whenever we need- ed a pass or p erhaps some information on school affairs, she has always been on hand to help us out. Our thanks to her for all her help throughout our four years of high school. The sparkling personality and bright smile which belong to the second of our secretaries, Phyllis Ott, have helped to make our final year in high school a more enjoy- able one. Her cheerfulness and helpful suggestions have been a great help to us. r: - a. i i i; , Edith Kunkel and Phyllis Ready for Work Ott Paf c Twehe Our Principal A friendly " Hello, come on in " was sure to greet us at the door of " Mac ' s " office. Whether it was a personal problem or per- haps a question about a class project, his words of counsel have always ai ded much. " e sincerely thank you for all your help during our four years of high school, Mr. McCutchan. Board of Education Finances, school curriculum, and school policy are just a few of the many problems our efficient board of education deal with in their monthly meet- ings. Because of the consolidation with Pleasant Lake their duties have been increased, but they have continued to work in the same commendable man- ner to make our school life and that of our new stu- dents a happy and profitable one. We, the Senior Class of 19 9, wish to thank them. The members of the board are: Heyman W isner. Mack Van Auken, Roscoe Nedele. Paul Strock, Robert Berkes, Harold Stevens, and Carlton Chase. Our grade school principal, MR. RATHBURN, receives many visitors, both old and young, in his office at Hendry Park. He is never too busy to give an encouraging word to everyone. MR. DYGERT and MR. BERNHARDT scru- tinize some physics equipment they will use next hour. Faculty MRS. KILE catches up on the latest sports news in a conversation with MR. NESBITT and MR. HAMMEL. It must be good if we judge by the smiles on their faces. MR. DRUCKAMILLER h.is just mimeographed some questions for a history test. MR. JOHNSON and MR. STACKMAN have joined him to exchange jokes. l a- e loiirlceii MR. AULHGLLIN and MR. BRAYTON relax in the oftice to pass the time of day before history and Enj;Hsh cl.isses start. Possibly the complicated machine in the back- ground is the topic of conversation for MR. WEARLY and MR. JOHNSON, both of the indus- trial arts department. Faculty MISS S HULTZ and MRS. CLINE engage in an after school discussion of the English work. Watch out, comma splices and dangling participles! MR. MYERS is interested in the progress of MR. CABLE ' S Algebra I chiss. Pai c Fifteen MISS SIEBOLD and MISS ULERY have busi- ness in the office. It must be pleasant; they ' re all smiles. Something is funny, but we ' re not sure whether it has to do with music, art, or English — MR. NICHOLS, MR. PORTER, and MR. SEIGEL. Faculty MR. BARKDULL and MR. CONDON are neighbors in the south end of the upper hall of A.H.S., so it ' s eas) ' for them to get together for a bit of conversation. MRS. CLARK discusses some problem in science with MRS. O ' BRIEN, the school nurse. Paf;e Sixteen MR. THOMPSON pauses on his way from the study hall to chat with MRS. ROUSH, who is probably going to a health class. Arranging flowers is one of those little extras in housekeeping. MRS. BUSE demonstrates the art. Faculty MISS OHLMAN pays a visit to MRS. TREN- NEPOHL in the home economics room. Probably films are to be ordered. Playing accompaniments is one of the numerous duties MR. GODLEVSKI fulfills as music instruct- or. Susie Steenerson is workins; hard. Page Sciciitccn MR. VAN TUYL may be suggesting to Mary Slanina some of the many uses for geometry in everj ' day life. MR. WEARLY explains a detail in a mechanical drawing problem to Mike Parker. Faculty Just how these Spanish projects should be dis- played for the school exhibit is the topic of discus- sion for MISS REED and Marilyn Young. During first hour study hall MR. MYERS looks on as Don Waymire locates some important facts. I ' a c iJuhtcen MR. JOHNSON and MR. RATHBURN ex- ch.inge a hurried word in the middle hall. Everyone has just arrived for the morning session of classes. Our faithful custodians, LESTER SHELTON, CARLTON ERWIN, and HARRY SOWLE are gathered around the desk in a basement room. Their duties arc lesrion and book work is one of them. Our Bus Drivers Our faithful bus drivers are a very definite part of our school. They are always on hand to take students to and from school in all kinds of we.ither over all kinds of roads. The students ' safety is in then ' hands. Hats off to them! TOP RCIW: .Mikf Rodman. Mrs. Ht-leii l.iniiemeier. Malcolm Meston, Clifton Xilson, Blaine Demore.st. Kenneth German, .lohn Thrnyh. FRONT ROW: Xorri.s Lehman, Ora MeClish, Loren Dixon, Kordyee Johnson, Pliny Robert.s-. NOT PICTUREH: HoUis Fisher, DeWayne Braman. CLASSES Steps To Knowledge KAREN EILEEN BEECHY Junior Play Stage Crew, III: Senior Play Cast, IV: Hig-h School Choir, II, IV: Vocal Se.xtet, IV: F.T.A., II: Hornet Staff, Assistant Editor, IV: Key Staff, Assistant Editor. IV: Three One-Act Plays Stagre Crew, II: Three One-Act Plays Cast. I, III, IV: National Thespian Socie- ty, II, IV; Band I-IV: Orchestra, III: District Solo and Ensemble Contest, I-IV, State, I, II; Cheerleader, III, IV: T-Teens, II-IV: G.A.A., II: May Queen ' s Court, II Poetry Anthology Contest, II: Essa - Anthology Contest II: District B.O.V. Contest. I-IV, State, I-IV. ALLEN ALAURA Three One- Act Play Cast, II: Cross Country, II; tended A.H.S. until second semester of IV. JOY ANN FEASER .lunior Pla - .staf e Clew, III; Senior Play Staffe Crew. IV; HiKh School Choir, III, IV: F.T.A., I-III: Key Staff, rV: Thr.,i; One-Act Play,s Stage Crew, III, IV; National Thespian Societ.y, JV; Di Immortales .Staff, 1, JI: V-Teens, Jl-SV: .junior Classical I eague. I-IV; Essay AiitJioloKy Contest. Ill; B.O.V. Conte.st, III-IV. CONNIE J. BROWN .Junior Pla.v StaKfc Crew, IH-TV: Senior Play Stage Crew. fV; F.T.A., IV; Key Staff, IV; Three One-Act PlayK Stage Crew, IJI, JV; National Thespian Society, IV: iinrni, J; Orchestra, I: JJiHtrict Solo Ensemble ConteKt, I: Di ImmortaleK Staff, 11; Y-Teens, I-IV; .Junior Classical J eague, I-IV. RICHARD ALAN BROOKS Key Staff, IV. KAREN BROKAW High School Choir, I-IV; Band, I-IV: Girls ' Barber Shop Quartet, III, IV; Orchestra, I-IV; District Solo Ensemble Contest, I-IV, State, I-IV; Y-Teens, II-IV; G.A.A., I-II; Operetta Cast, I: Poetry Anthology Con- test, I; State B.O.V. Contest, I-IV; Key Staff, IV. Seniors J. DOUGLAS ESSENBERG Junior Play Stage Crew, H; Senior Play Cast, IV: High School Choir, I, III: Three One-Act Play Stage Crew, IV; Hoosier Boys ' State, IV; Hi-Y, IV; Baseball, II; Projectionist, I, III; B,O.V. Contest, I, HI. CAROLIN SUE BERNING High School Choir, II; F.T.A,, I-III, Secretary-Treas- urer, II; Key Staff, IV; Three One- Act Plays Stage Crew, I, II: Band, I, II; District Solo Ensemble Con- test, I, II; Y-Teens, II-IV; G.A.A., II: Operetta Cast, II; Essay Anthology Contest, IV. Attended Central Catho- lic High School, Fort Wayne, Indiana, second semester of junior year. CHLOE ADELINE GRAMLING Junior Play Stage Crew, 111; Junior Plav Cast. Ill; Higli School Choir, I-IV; Kev Staff, IV; National Thespian Soeietv. IV; Band, I-IV; Orchestra IV; Y- Teens, IV; F.H.A.. I, II, III; Es.sav Antliologv Contest, IV; B.O.V. Contest, IV; National Honor Society, tv. Attended Pleasant Lake High School I-III. KEN NAGEL, JR. Junior riav Stage Crew, III; Hornet Staff, I " . Y, I-IV, Seniors JOHN BENNET BRYAN Junior Play Stage Cre v, HI; Crew, I-IV; Projectionist, I; Hi-V, Safety Patrol, III. Senior Pla - Sta- I-IV, Treasurer, III MARTHA JANE FLEGAL Junior Pla ' Stage Crew, III; Senior i laj ' Stage Crew, IV; High School Choir, II-IV; F.T.A., I-IV; Key Staff, IV; Three One-Act Plays Stage Crew, I-IV: Three One-Act Plav Cast, III; National Thespian Society, III, IV; Girls ' Glee Cluh, I; Band, I-IV; District Solo En- semble Contest, I-IV; Y-Teens, II-IV; Student Council, I-IV; May Queen ' s Court, III; Essaj ' Anthologs " Con- test, IV; B.O.V. Contest. I-IV. JOHN BROXON Hornet Staff, Contest, I. IV; Key Staff, IV; Essay Antholog LYNDA HALL GENTRY Junior Play Cast, III; Senior Play Cast, IV; High School Choir, I-IV; Vocal Quartet, III-IV; K.T.A.. II- IV, President, IV; Key Staff, IV, Associate Editor; Thiee One-Act Plays Stage Crew, IV; Three One-Act I ' la Cast, I-III; National Thespian Society, III-IV; Art Assistant, IV: Orchestra, I-III; District Snln En- semble Contest, I-IV, State, I, II; Hoosier Girls ' State, HI ' -Teens, II-IV: Mathematics Contest, II: Latin t ontest, I; J ' unior Classical League, II; Poetry An- thology Contest, I; B.O.V. Contest, 1-IV; National Honor Society, IV: English Contest, IV: " My True Security " Contest T ooal . nd County Vinner, I . GARY E. CHAPMAN High School Choii-. I - 1 ' ; Kev Staff. IV; Hi-Y. I-TV; Track. I. H; Basketball. I-IV; Baseball, I-IV; B.O.V. Contest. I-l ' . TOM CASWELL High School Choir. I; District Solo ■ Ensemble Contest, I, State, I; Basketball, I; BaseliaU, I. ' ANITA CHRYSLER Junior Play Stage Crew, III; Senior Play Stage Crew. IV: Key Staff, IV: Essay Anthology Contest, IV. Attended Pleasant Lake High School, I-III. JANICE EVONNE CONVERSE Junior riay Stage Crew, III: High School Choir, I-IV; F.T.A., I-IV: Hornet Staff, IV: Key Staff, IV: Three One-Act Play Cast, III: Band, I-IV: Orchestra, I-IV: District Solo Ensemble Contest, I-IV, State, II: Y-Teens, II-IV: Operetta Cast, I: Junior Classical League, I-IV: B.O.V. Contest, I-IV. MMj:. R. LAWRENCE COBLENTZ .Junior Play .Stage Crew, III: Senior Play Stage Crew-. IV. Attended lletz High School, I-II. JOHN BURRELL Attended Metz High School, I-II. Seniors JERRY V. JACK Key Staff, IV. ROSEMARIE SELLINGER Junior Play Stage Crew, III: Senior Play Stage Crew, IV: Di Immortales Staff, I, II; Y-Teens, II, III, IV: .Junior Classical League, II. HARRIET JOAN COOK Junior Play Cast, III; Senior Play Stage Crew, IV: High Scliool Choir, II-IV: F.T.A., II-IV; Three One- Act Plays Stage Crew, I-IV: National Thespian Socie- l ' , III-IV, Secretary, IV; Band, I-IV: Art Assistant, I II-IV: District Solo Ensemble Contest, I-IV, State, I ' : Y-Teens, II-IV; G.A.A., II-IV, Vice-President, II- fV; B.O.V. Contest, I-IV: National Honor Society, IV: I ' oPty Anthology Contest, IV. THOMAS CARL PHILIPP Class President, I, II, III, IV: Junior Play Cast, III: Senior Play Cast, IV; High School Choir, II-IV: Boys ' Quartet, II-IV; Three One-Act Plays, IV; National Tliespian Society, I-IV; Band, I, 11; National Honor Society, III. IV; District Solo Ensemble Contest, II- IV, State. II-IV: Track, IV; Basketball, I, II, III: Base- ball, r, II, HI: B.O.V. Contest, I-IV: Mathematics Con- test, I, III, District and State. DAVID R. DENT Class Viie-President. Ill: Jiminr Plav Cast, III; Senior Plav Cast. IV; Hig-h Stliool Choir, I-IV; Votal Quartet, II, IV; Key Staff, IV; Three One-Act Plays Cast, III, IV; National Thespian Society, III, IV, Presi- dent, IV; National Honor Society, III, IV; District Solo Ensemble Contest, IV; Hoosier Boys ' State, IJ!: Hi-Y, III. IV; Track, III. IV; Basel.all, I-IV; Essay Anthology Contest, III, IV. Attended Snow Hill High School, Sno y Hill, Maryland, I, II. BUD CRUM Class Vice-President. I; Key Staff, IV: Band. I Dis- trict Solo Ensemble Contest. I; P i Immortales Start I-II; Hoosier Boys ' State. Ill; Hi-Y, I-IV, FiesT.lent III; Track, H-IV; Basketball. I-IV; !!asehall. I-IV stu- dent Council, III, IV, President, I ' ; Junior t Kissnal Leag ' ue, II. JANET RUTH HART Junior Plav Stage Crew. Ill; Senior Plav Stag Crew, IV; Key Staff, IV; Safety Patrol, II-IV. DAVID HALL DYGERT Key Staff, IV; Captain of Key Sales Team, IV; Track, HI, IV; Basketball. II. Ill, IV; Baseball, IV. CONSTANCE KAY CRAIN Junior Plav Cast, III; Senior Play Cast, IV; High School Choir, III, IV; Hornet Staff. IV, Associate Edi- tor, IV; Kev Staff, IV; Three One-Act Plays Stage Crew, II-IV; Three One- Act Play Cast, I-III; Na- tional Thespian Society, HI, IV, Treasurer, IV; Na- tional Honor Society, III, IV, Secretary, IV; Business Manager of Class, III; Di Immortales Staff, I-II, Edi- tor, II: Y -Teens, II-IV; Student Council, IV; Secretary- Treasurer. IV: G.A.A., I-III. President. Ill, Vice-Presi- ilent, I; May Queen ' s Court, II ;Junior Classical League, 11; Poetry Antliologv Contest, I; Essay Anthology Con- test, I; B.O.V. Contest. Ill, IV. CLAYTON D. PATTER.SON Kev Start " . IV; National Honor Society, III, IV; Hi- Y III, TV; Jets Science Club, III. Attended Sherwood High School. Sherwood, Ohio, I; Edgerton High School, Edgerton, Ohio, II, III- Seniors T HOMAS MARSHALL CRAIN JR. Senior Plav Cast, IV: High School Choir, IV; Key Staff, IV; Hoosier Boys ' State, III; Hi-Y ' , I-IV; Basket- ball, II; Baseball, I-IV. MARY K. NAGEL Il.unet Staff, HI; Key Start ' , IV: Y ' -Teens. II, 111, Seniors KITTY FERRO Junior Play Stage Crew, III; Senior Plav Stage Crew, IV: Key Staff. IV: Three One-Act Plays Stage Cre-n-, III: Di Immortales StatE, I; G.A.A., II: Junior Classical League, III. JOAN KOLB Junior Plav Stage Crew, III: F.T.A.. I: Three One- Act Plays Stage Crew, IV: Girls ' Glee Club, I: Swim- ming Team. 1: Latin Club. I: Di Immortales Staff. I, II: T-Teens, II, III, IV: G.A.A.. I. II, III: Sports Head, II, III: Junior Classical League, II. Attended Pine Crest Preparatory School. Fort Lauderdale, Florida, I. CONNIE JOAN GARY Class Secretary, IV: Class Treasurer, II-IV: High School Choir, I-IV: Hornet Staff, Editor, IV: Key Start, IV: District Solo Ensemble Contest, II, State, II: Cheerleader, I-IV: Y-Teens, II-IV, Vice-President, III: G.A.A., Secretary, I, Vice-President II: Maj ' Queen ' s Court, I: B.O.V. Contest, II-IV. SHARON K. DODGE Class Secretary, I-HI: Junior Play Cast, III: High School Choir, I-III: Key Staff, IV: Cheerleader, II, HI: F.H.A., I: Librarian, II. Attended Pleasant Lake High School, I-III. SUSANNE FISHER Class President. I: Junior Play Stage Crew, III: Mi.Ked Chorus. II: Y-Teens, III-IV: Essay Anthology Contest, IV. Attended Metz High School, I, II. ROSALEE FORD Class Secretar. ' , I: Junior Pla ' Stage Crew, HI: .Senior Play Stage Crew, IV: Kev Staff, IV: Librarian, I, II; Office Helper, II: Y-Teens, III-IV. Attended Metz High School, I-II. LONA JUDITH GLASGOW High School Choir, I-IV; Hoosier Girls ' State, III: Y-Teens, IV: F.H.A.. II: Mathematics Contest, I, II: Es- say Anthology Contest, IV: .Salutatririan, IV: National Honor Society, IV. Attended Pleasant Lake High School, I-III. JOHN GIBBENY Senior Play Stage Crew, IV: Mi, ed Chorus, I; Traf:k, III, IV ' : Basketball, I. Ill: Baseball, I, II. Attended Metz High .School, I, II. MARGARET ANN JARRARD Class Secretary, III: Junior Play Stage Crew, III; Seniur Play Stage Crew, IV: High School Choir, III, IV: F.T.A., II-IV, Treasurer, III: Hornet Staff, IV, Business Manager: Kay Staff, IV, Associate Editor: Three One-Act Plays Stage Crew, I-IV: National Thes- pian Society, III, IV: Hoosier Girls ' State, III: T- Teens, II-IV, Vice-President, IV: G.A.A., I-III; Y-Teen Summer Conference, II: May Queen ' s Court, III: Poetr - Anthology Contest, I-IV; Essay Anthology Contest, I- IV: B.O.V. Contest, III-IV: District Art Contest, III, IV; Local Voice of Democracy Contest, IV; National Honor Society, III, IV: English Contest, IV. LOWELL J, JOHNSON .Tunior PUw II-I ' . Atten.lc-ll Cast. Ill; Basketliall, II-IIT; Basebal Pleasant Lake High Scliool, I-III. TERRY GLENN JOHNSTON Class President, I: Junior Play Cast, III; Senior Play Cast. IV; High School Choir, I-IV: Vocal Quartet. III, IV: Key Staff, IV: Three One-Act Plays Cast, IV; National Thespian Society. IV: Band, I-IV: District Solo and Ens,:-mhle Contest, I, II, IV, State, IV; Base- hall, I: Basketl all, I: Junior Classical League, IT: Es- say Anthology Contest, III, IV: B.O.V. Contest, II, III, IV. Attended Flint High School, I. BRUCE ALAN KNOX Junior P]a ' Sta e Crew, III: Senior Play Stage Crew, IV; High School Choir, IV: Key Staff, IV; Three One-Act Plays Stage Crew, III; Hi-Y. Ill, IV; Track, I, III, IV: B.O.V. Contest, IV; Cross Country, IV. At- tended Sweetser Higii School, Sweetser, Ind., I, II. Seniors IMOGENE POTTS Hornet Staff ' , IV; Key Staff, IV; Y-Teens, II, III, DEANNA SUE GOODHEW Junior Play Stage Crew, III; F.T.A., II-IV: Di Im- mortales Staff, II; Y-Teens, II-IV; Junior Classical League, II-IV. BARBARA JOAN GRIFFITHS Class Secretary, I: Junior Play Cast, II, III; Senior Play Cast, II, III; High School Choir, I-IV; F.T.A., III, IV; Key Staff, IV: Band, I-IV; National Honor Society, III, IV; Valedictorian, IV; Orchestra, III, IV: District Solo Ensemble Contest, III, state, HI; Cheerleader, I, II: Hoosier Girls ' State, III: Y-Teens, III, IV, Presi- dent, 1 Student Council, II: Essaj ' Anthology Con- test, IV: B.O.V. Contest, IV; Local and County D.- .R. Award, IV; Elks State National Foundation Most Valua- Ijle Student . ward, IV. Attended Metz High School, I, II. JEAN GRIFFIN Hornet Staff. IV; Key Staff " , IV: Junior Play Stage Crew, IV: Senior Play Stage Crew, IV: Di Inimortales Staff, II: Junior Classical League, I; Student Li- brarian, I ' ' . Seniors HERMAN EUGENE HANTZ High School Choir, I, II: Hor.net Staff, IV; Three One-Act Plays Stage Crew, III; Three One-Act Plays Ca.st, III; Band. I, II; Hi-Y, III, IV; Track, I, III, IV; Basketball. I, II; Baseball, I-IV; B.O.V. Contest, I, II. Attended Metz High School, I. II. CARL WILLARD McKINLEY Class Vice President, II; Class .Secretary, I; High School Choir, I, II. IV; Key StalT, IV; Band, I, II; Hi- Y, III, IV; Basketball. I, II; Baseball, I, II; B.O.V. Contest, I, II, IV. Attended Metz High School, I, II. BEVERLY JUNE LIGHT Hornet Staff, IV; Key Staff, IV; T-Teens, IV; F.H.A., II; Essay Anthology Contest, IV; Office Girl, III; Bittersweet Staff, III; Student Librarian, III. At- tended Pleasant Lake High School, I, II, III. PHYLLIS I. HARTER Junior Plav Stage Crew. Ill; Senior Pla ' Stage Crew, IV; Hornet Staff. IV; Key Staff. IV; Di Im- mortales Staff, I; Y-Teens, II-IV; G.A.A.. II. III. Treas- urer, II. LAURA JANE RUPERT Class Vice-President, II; Class Treasurer, I; .Tuninr Plav Stage Crew. Ill; Senior Plav Stage Crew. IV; High School Choir. I. II; Y-Teens, III, IV. Attended Jletz High School, I, II. BONNIE JEAN PAGE Junior Play Student Director, III; Senior Pla ' Cast, IV; High School Choir, II, III, IV; Hornet Staff, Associate Editor, IV; Key Staff, Associate Editor, IV; Three One-Act Plays, III; National Thespian Society, IV; Band, I-IV; National Honor Society, III, IV, President, IV; Majorette, I-IV; Orchestra, I-IV; Dis- trict Solo Ensemble Contest. I-IV, State, I-III; Di Immortales Staff. I, II: Cheerleader, II, III. IV; Hoosier Girls ' State: Y-Teens, II-IV, Secretary, IV: G.A.A.. I. II: Mathematics Contest, II: English Contest, HI. Dis- trict and State, IV: Junior Classical League, I-III; Poetry Anthology Contest. I, II, IV; Essay Anthology Contest, IV: B.O.V. Contest, I-IV, District and State; Voice of Demo -racy (Contest, III, IV. ft AL HOBSON Class President, II. Ill: Junior Basketball, I-III: Student Council, Pleasant Lake High School, I-III. Play I-III. Cast, HI; Attended WILLIAM McKEE " " Class Treasui ' er, I, II, II; Junior Play Stage Crew, III; Band, I; Basketball, I-III; Baseball, I-IV. Attended Pleasant Lake High Se!iool, I-IU. Seniors ANTHONY JOCK HOLTZMAN High School Chnir. Ill, IV; Kev Staff, IV; Hi-Y, I- IV; Student Council, I, II; Satetv Patrol, I; BOV Contest, III, IV. LEWIS NEWNAM High School Choir, I-IV; Three One-Act Plar Cast, III; Band, I; District Solo Ensemble Contest, I; Operetta Chorus, I. MARY JOSEPHINE WILLIS ._ --=, Contest. I. 11; Kssay Anthology C ' lntest. l : Motary Speech Contest Winner, Ijocal and I )i strict. Ill : I Speak For Demorraey Winner, Local and L istrict, IV; Betty Crocker Honit- maker Award, IV. RALPH HUNT Senior Plav Cast, IV; Hornet Staff, IV; Key Staff, IV; Three One-Act Plays Stage Crew, IV; Hi-Y, IV; Kssay Antholog-y Contest, IV. Attended Haddonlield Hig-h School, Haddonfield, X. J., I. II. JACKIE LEE LEPLEY Class Vice-President. I. .luni.ir Play Cast, III; Tiack, I; Basketliall, I-III; Baseball, I-III; Student Council I; F.P.A., II, HI. Attended Pleasant Lake High School, I-III. RICHARD L. MOOR Band, I; Hi-Y. I-III. JANICE LORRAINE DELANCEY High SclK.ol Ciioir. 1; Y-Tcens, III-IV. JEFFREY c. McClelland Junior Play Cast, III; Senior Play Cast, IV; F.T.A., II-IV; Key Staff, IV; Three One-Act Plays, IV, Directoi-. I ' ; National Thespian Society, III. IV, Vice-President, IV; Satetv Patrol. I. II; Operetta Stage Cre y, II; Es- say Anthology Contest, III; Golf, IV. Seniors TOM MYERS Senior Play Stage Crew, IV. Attended Metz High School, I. II. DON LEE Key Staff, IV. Attended A.H.S. until second semes- ter of IV. SANDRA SAILOR Junior Play Stage Cre y, III: Hornet Staff, IV; Y- Teens, IV. SUSIE SUTTON Class Secretar -, II: Junior Play Cast, Til: Junior I ' lay Stage Crew, III: High School Clioir, I-IV: Spar- tunian Staff. II, III: Key Staff, IV: Bittersweet, III: .N ' ational Thespian Society. IV: T-Teens, IV: Student i. ' ouncil, I-III, Secretary, II: B.O.V. Contest, I: Softball, I, II. Attended Pleasant Lake High School, I, II, III. JERRY LYNN RANDOLPH Senior Play Cast. IV: High School Choir, II-IV; Hornet Staff, III: Key Staff, IV, Editor: Three One- Act Plays, II, HI: National Thespian Society, IV: I ' ross Country, I: Hi-Y, I-IV, Vice-President, IV: Track, 11,111: Basketball, I-IV: Baseball, II-IV: Student Coun- cil, II: Essay Anthology Contest, III, IV. J. GERALD THRELKELD Class President, I, II: Junior Play Cast, III: Senior Play Cast, IV: Key Staff. IV: Three One-Act Plays Stage Crew, III: National Thespian Society, IV: Hi-Y, 111. IV. Attended Taylorsville High School, Taylors- ille, Kentucky, I, II. EILEEN ESTHER SCHAEFFER Junior Play Cast, III: Senior Play Stage Crew, IV; High School Choir, II-IV: F.T.A., I-IV; Key Staff, IV; Three One-Act Plays Stage Crew, I-IV: National Thes- pian Society, III, IV: Band, I, II: Orchestra, I-IV: Dis- trict Solo Ensemble Contest, I. II, III, State, II: Y- Teens, II-IV, Trea.surer, IV: E.O.V. District Contest, I- IV, State, I-IV: National Honor Society, IV; National Art Show in New York, J . SUSIE STEENERSON Senior Play Cast, IV: High School Choir, II; F.T.A.. I-IV; Key Staff, IV; Three One-Act Play Cast, I. Ill: National Thespian Society, III, IV: Band, I, II: Trii.lc Trio. I. II; Orchestra, I-IV; District Solo Ensemble Conte.st, I. State, I; Y-Teens, II-IV: Art Contest, IV: Poetry Anthology Contest, I; Hallmark Honor Prize and National Oold Medal in Art, IV. SUSAN RATHBURN Junior Plav Cast, III; High Sthool Clioir, I-IV; Senior Plav Cast, IV; Vocal Quartet. Ill, IV; Triple Trio, I, li; F.T.A., II, III, Vice-President, III; Key Staff, IV; Three One-Act Plays Cast. I-III, Student Di- rector. IV; National Thespian Society. II-IV, Presi- dent. Ill; Band, I-III; Art Assistant, III, IV; National Honor Society, III, IV, Vice-President. IV; Orchestra. III. IV; District Solo Ensemble Contest. I-IV. State. II, IV; T-Teens, II-IV, Chaplain. IV; Student Council. Ill; G.A.A., II; Operetta Chorus, I; Junior Classical League. Ill Di Immortales Staff, III; Poetry Anthology Contest, I; Essay Anthology Contest, III; Purdue Speech and Hearing Workshop, Alternate, III; B.O.V. Contest, I-IV, State, I-IV. THOMAS J. SCHMIEGE Senior Plav Stage Crew, IV; High School Choir, II; Key Staff, IV; Three One-Act Plays Stage Crew, IV; Band, I, II; District Solo Ensemble Contest, I. II; Hi-Y. I-IV. Treasurer, IV; Track. I-IV; Baseball, I, II; Safety Patrol, I, II; Poetry Anthology Contest. I; B.O.V. Contest, I, II, State, I, II. JACK EDWARD MITCHELL High School Choir. I-IV; Band, I; Hi-Y, III, IV. DON G. WAYMIRE Class Vice-President, III; Junior Play Cast. Ill; Key Staff. IV; Annual. Ill; School Paper, III; Hi-Y, IV; ' Basketball, I-IV; Baseball. I-IV; Student Council. Ill- King of Christmas Prom. IV; National Honor Society, IV. Attended Pleasant Lake High School, I- III. Seniors BARBARA JUNE MYERS Y-Teens. II-IV; Student Council, I; G.A.A., I, II; Poetry Anttiology Contest, I. SHARON KAYE MUSSER Junior Play Stage Crew. Ill; Hornet Staff, IV; Key Staff, IV; Y-Teens. II-IV. DAVID SPENCER STUKEY Senior Play Cast. IV; High School Choir, IV: Key Staff, IV; Golf, III, IV; Hi-Y, III, IV. Attended Mont- pelier High School, I. II. BARBRA ANNE STRITE Junior Play Stage Crew, ' . IV; High School Choir, I- IV; Key Staff. IV; Three ' Ori«-Act Plays, III; National Thespian Society, III. IVr Triple Trio. I. II; Vocal Quartet. Ill IV; Orchestra, -I-IV; District Solo En- semble Contest. I-IV, State. Ill, IV; Y-Teens, II-IV; Mathematics Contest. Ill; Art Contest. III. IV; Poetry Anthology Contest. I; B.O.V. Contest. I-IV; Strathmore National Award in Art. IV. MARIBETH POWERS Junior Plav Cast, III: High Schiiol Choir, I-III: Kj-n Staff, IV. Bittersweet Staff, III: Girls ' Softliall, I, 11 Cheerleader. I, III: Student Couneil, II: Mathemati ' Contest, I, II. Attended Pleasant Lake High School, 1. II. III. GORDON VAN MARTER Class Vice-President, II, III, IV: Senior Play Cast, IV: High School Choir. I-IV; Vocal Quartet,, II-IV; Key Staff Business Manager, IV: Band, II, III: District Solo Ensemble Contest, IV, State. IV: Hi-Y, I-IV: Basket- ball, I-IV: Baseball, I-IV: Student Council, I-IV; Golf, I-IV; B.O.V. Contest, I-IV, State, I-IV. RUSSELL T. WATERS Class President, II: Senior Play Stage Crew, IV Hoosier Boys ' State, III: Hi-Y, III: Track, III: Basket ball. I. II: ' Baseball, I-III. Attended Metz High School I, II. GLENN WILBER Safety Patrol, III. Attended Fremont Higli School, Seniors JANET C. ROWE Junior Play Stage Crew, III: Senior Play Stage f ' rew, IV: High School Choir, I-IV: Three One- Act Plavs Stage Crew, IV; Cheerleader, I: Y ' Teens, III, IV. Attended Metz High School, I, II. DONNA REED Junior Play Stage Crew, III; Hornet Staff, IV; Key Staff, IV; Y ' -Teens, II-IV. DUANE LAMAR WARD Hornet Staff, IV: Key Staff, IV: (Country, IV; Safety Patrol, IV. Hi-Y ' , IV FRANKIE L. NORAGON Junior Play Cast, III: Senior Play Cast, IV; Hornet Staff, IV; Key Staff, IV ; Three One- Act Plays, II; Na- tional Thespian Society, IV: Hoosier Boys ' State, IV; Safety Patrol, IV: Projectionist, I-IV. . Poems POST GRADUATION THE CHALLENGE Sporfs, proms, and womUrfiil tbiiiy s — The s jiny bell of memory brings. Memories of days gone by — How my high school years did fly! Tinkling silently through the halls, A thousand days of laughter it recalls. The thoughtful teachers and smiling friends. Much too soon this period ends! — Tom Cr.iin Our hearts are piled uith pleasures, With memories of yesterday. And though we seek the future, We silently yearn to stay. Our minds have been enlightened By truths and practiced skill; Braiely we ' ll face tomorrow; Our dreams ice must fulfill. Although tce ' d like to linger. Things would change if we remained. So with joyful pride and prayerful hope, We ' ll challenge the unattaincd. — Peg J.irr.ird OUR STAIRWAY, A.H.S. As we pause upon a landing. On our stairway to the sky. We look back with reminiscence To our school, where memories lie. With a sigh we wish to turn back. Yet move on with pensive tears, For we know these traveled stairways Will lead us through the years. We may tread steps soft as velvet. Or steps hard, cold, and bare; Yet all these steps lead on and up. Our destiny only points where. We, too like the many others. Will pass by, unknown, uncared. But glad wc go because we know These steps uill still be there. — Ralph Hunt AS A SENIOR Glad yet mist filled. Our wistful eyes take one last gaze upon these four walls of wisdom. Many past treasures flash quickly before us as gay sparks at Fourth of fitly. Wc have left our small mark uitbin these wise old walls. Noiv it is our turn to cast our eyes toward a tower of greater knowledge ivithin our vast ivorld. — Bjrbra Strite CLASS OF 19 59 President Tom Philipp Vice-President Gordie Van Marter Secretary-Treasurer Connie Gary Sponsor Mr. Stackman Colors Blue and Silver Flotver White Carnation Motto " With the Steps of Today We Shall Build the Stairway of Tomorrow " CLASS OF 1960 President -Tom Wyatt Y ' ice-Vreshlent Wayne Hantz Secretary-Treasurer Sharon Babcock Bns ne! !. Maiiai er Gail Gramling Sponsor - Mr. Druckamlllcr Colors -, Crimson and White l-loicer „. White Orchid Motto " Wear Not the Crown of Knowledge Without the Dust of Toil. " I ' a: e Thirty-four Class of FIRST ROW; Patricia Allesliouse. Sharon Bab- coclv, Pamela Beatty, .Tudy Beel man, Bruce Boardnian. SECOND ROW; Natha- lie Chiddister, Nancy Childs. Dennis Crooks, Bill Crotty, Duke Del- ler. THIRD ROW; Robert DeLong, Georgia Detar. Ronnie Dodd. Juanita Eatinger. Robert Els- ton. FOURTH ROW; Shir- ley Farlow. Sharon Fifer, Ed Finch, Donald Fi.sher, Tom Flegal. FIFTH ROW; Karen (Je ' owets, Dee Gilbert, Elaine Gilbert, Phillip Cinder, Carol Gram- ling. FIRST ROW: Gail Gramling, Nancy Green, R o s 1 J ' n Greenani ' er, James Griffin, M ' ayne Hantz. SECOND ROW: Janis Hart, Connie Hartle ' , Brent Heier, Jeffrej ' Heier, K a r o 1 Hen- ning-er. THIRD ROW; Jerr Hoffman, Jack HoUo- peter, Richard Hooli- han, Carolyn H o r n- brook, Linda Howe. Page Tb ' irty-five Class of FIRST ROW : Nancy Max ton, Marcia Meyer, Jim Moore, Gail Mor- rell, Kent Murphy. SECOND ROW: Judith Noble, Michael Nora- g on, Ronnie Odle, Ruby Opdycke, Barbara Or- miston. THIRD ROW: Elizabeth Owens, T o m Owens, James Parker, Judy Potts. Don Powers. FOURTH ROW: Wil- liam Presley, Mike Reese, James Rockwell, Orcie Routsong, Sharon Rowe. Pa; c Thirty-six 1960 FIRST ROW: Richie Shear, Barbara Shipley, nianne Short, Fred Siuitli. Robert Steffan. SKCOND ROW: Mike Stohler. Jane Taylor, Ann Thretkeld, Jovoe Tressler. Nan Trich. THIRD ROW: Susanne Ulmer, Charlotte Wells, Richard Whale ' , Bar- bai ' a ' heaton, Bonnie Wilc.x. FOURTH ROW: Janet Wilder, Martha Wilder. Donna Williliey, Bar- bara Wolf. Thomas Wyatt. FIFTH ROW: Pete Yarg:er, Susan Yoder. Marilyn Y u u n g, Mr. Druckamiller. N(1T PICTURED: Lee • f I ' ' (»rst, LaVnnne Arnold, . " ZZ i W Linda L i " Til i s. Tom f V.M..l HP A. P (,i;( ' Thirty-scicn 1 Class of FIRST ROW: Kari Al- drich. Norman Amstutz, Bruce Anderson, Terry Arkwright. Kay August, Kay Bailej " . SECOND ROW: Jack Berlien. Maril ' n Blough, Diana Boyer, Judy Bra- dy, Julie Brokaw, Le- roy Cable. THIRD RO : Sammy Callahan, Susan Carr, Julia Caton, J e r r v Clark, Billy Cole, Lar- ry Coleman. FOURTH ROW: Kaye Converse, Woodice Con- way. Sylvia Crowl, Bar- bara Croxton, Elaine Deller, Michael Dem- CLASS OF 1961 President Bruce Anderson Vice-President Leroy Cable Secretary-Treasurer -Cliff Ryan Sponsor __ Mr. Brayton Colors Blue and White Flower _. Pink Carnation Motto " The Future Belongs to Those Who Prepare for It. " Pay c T irly-i ; }t FIRST ROW: Sam Dir- rim. Diane Disbro, Tom Doug:lass, Eddie Ever- ett, Linda Ewers, Con- nie Fiwlier. SECOND ROW: Konita Forbes. Thomas Ford, Vicki Fradenl:)urg " , Pete Garner, Katln- Gibson, Dee Oilliert. THIRD ROW: Barbara Goudy, John Grainling " , Elaine Granauist, Helen Greenam ■er, Judy Grif- lith, William Griffiths. F0UI:TH ROW: Mickey Haley, Mike Haley. Janet Hanna, Sharon H a n n a, Ruth Ann Hansel man. Ma r i 1 v n Harris. FIFTH ROW: Karen Herendeen, Jo " i-e He- vel. Nancy Hindman, Gar ' Hornbuekle, San- dra Hubart, Betty Hug-iies. SIXTH ROW : Thomas Hut to. Thomas James, Kenneth Jnhn.son, Ray- mond Junes, Roger Karr, Klery Kimes. Pu L ' TLiirty-uinc FIRST ROW: Sharon Lacey, Joan Leather- man, Carol L. e i b e 1, George L i b e y, Sam Lonsbury, Barbara Mc- Kinley. SECOND ROW: Linda Mains, Sharon Maugh- erman, Barl ara Max- ton, liifhard Maxwell, Sandra Meston, David Meyer. THIIiD ROW: Sharon Miller, Danny Mitfhell, John Moran, TU chard Miisser, Phillip Musser, John Ne vnam. FOXn .TM ROW: Betty Ni(-hois, Russell Nora- ifon, Daniel O li e r s t, William Parks, A ' iokie Phelan. Loren Powers. Pay c f ' or y FIRST ROW : Bobbie Sue S a p p. Robert Sell an lien, Ju :l - See- m a n, Jobn Sellgren, Edward Sessfonl, Mi- chael Shirley. SECOND ROW: Susan Siegel, Bonnie Simpson. Mary Slanina, Donna Smith. .James S m i t h, .Judy Smith. THIllD ROW: Smith, Nancy Snyder, Sigrid Somerlott, Wil- liam Steele, Carol Stein ke, Dixie Stone- ciplier. FOURTH ROW: Duant- Stoy, David Stroh, hai- ry Sunday, Dinaii Tay- lor, .Joann Thiele, Mar- na Thompson. I ' MF ' I ' H RO V: .Tani.-.s A ' ierlinf?, Donna A ' r --h« - ta, T imm ' Waite, Bud Warre n, Patricia AVa- ters, Donald AA ' ilson. Pa c Forty-ouc Class of FIRST ROW: Bill Ab- bott, Stephanie Al- drieh, Frank Anspaugh, Jon Baade, Constance Babcock, Ronald Bar- lett. SECOND ROW: Joyce B e e k m a n, Charles Blakesley, Carolyn Blanton, David Blough, Sally Boardman, Kay Boling " er. THIRD ROW: Arlean Eoyce, Lou Ann Boyer, James Brooks, Mark Broxon, Donald Bur- rell, Nancy Burrell. FOURTH ROW: Gloria Call. Kathleen Carney, Linda Carr, Janet Car- rick, Phil Chiricotti, Kay Christen. FIFTH ROW: Albert Christ ' . Kathr n Clark, Sue Collins. CLASS OF 1962 President Jim Love joy Yicc-Presideut Glenn Jacob Secretary .■ Jim Sibert Treasurer .Darl Wilson Sponsor Mr. Dygert Motto " Today We Follow; Tomorrow We Lead. " Page lorty-two FIRST ROW: Ronnie Cook, Dick Cope. Ruth Ann Crain. Sue Crone, Lerov Cutler, William Dailev. SECOND ROW: David D a y. Bill DeLancey, Phillip Deller, Ronnie Deiler, Lee Detar, Diane Dickmeyer. THIRD ROW: David Dirrim, Linda Dirrim, Janet Dygert. David Eff, Mary Jane Geco- M ' etK, Barbara German. FOURTH ROW: Shar- on German, Sharon Gib- ben y, John Glasgow, Meg: GoLidv, Jeanne Gray, Cathy Griffith. FIFTH ROW: Eugene Haklerman. Edna Har- mon, Joe Harp m a n. Keith Hart, K a r 1 a Havholm, Louie Havi- land. Page Forty-three Class of FIFIST ROW: Johnny Hutto, Larry I n m a n, Glenn Jacob, Earl Johnson, Francis John- son, Kussell Johnson. SECOND ROW: Jerry Karasek, Patti Keller, Jim Kolb, Gary Knox, Delhert Lehman, T ' oger Lehman. THIRD ROW: Carl Longsworth, Sharon Loucks, Jim Lovejoy, Carolyn Mann, Sue El- len Mansberger, James Mat son. FOTTRTH ROW: Bob McBride, Ted McClel- lan, Paulette Mellby, Kaye M e n d e n h a 1 1, Glenn Moore, Robert Muncie. FIFTH ROW: Kathie Nedele, Susan Nedele, David Nichols, Mike Noll. Gary Page. Mike Parker. SIXTH ROW: Nancy Parr, Robert Petty, Richard Porter, Barbara R a n s b u r g-, Sandra Rempis, Gary Reynolds. I ' a: c torfy-four FIRST ROT ' : Donald Rinehart, Glen Rogers. Judy Rust, Jerry Schen- kel, Carmen Schumak- er, Mike Seg " raves. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Sen pre r, Martha Shaffer, Claurtette Shatto. Hel- ean Shatto, Gene Shaw, James Sibert. THIRD RO : AV a 1- ter Smith. Raymond Spaulding:, Ellen Steen- erson, Lynn Steiner, Bruce Steinke. David Stevenson. FOURTH ROW: John Stock, Jack Strite. Alice Tyler, Dave Tyler, Lar- ry I ' nderwood, Roger Van Dyne. FIFTH ROW: Robert Vrchota. Steven W._.. Betty AA ' arren, Edward Waters. Leslie West, Cecil Whitcomb. Pa c Forfy-fji ' i Driver Training In A.H.S. Classes in Driver Training were conducted dur- ing the summer. The course included one week of twenrj ' hours of classroom discussion and twenty-six hours in a car, six of these behind the wheel. Before going out on the ro.id, the students h.id ps ' chophysical testing — depth perception, peripheral vision, reaction time under certain conditions, stead- iness of nerves, and resistance to glare. Each stu- dent also completed a project book. L. G. Maxton Sales Inc. provided for use of the students five 19S8 model Chevrolet cars equipped with both automatic and conventional gearshifts. The instructors last summer were Mr. Druck- amiller, Mr. Sapp, Mr. Ryan, Mr. Glasgow and Mr. Cable. Last winter Angola was honored to be selected as one of a group of twenty-five schools throughout the state to send representatives to draw up a course of study for driver training in Indiana. Mr. Druck- amiller will attend this conference during the com- ing summer. ■ V KO BUS Future Scientists at Work TOP ROW: Tom Hutto explains suienoe project in Mrs. Ruggies fifth grade room; Bill Steele and Mr. Bernhardt operate the Van de Graff generator. SECOND ROW: Fred Smith and Mr. Bernhardt work on a Hi-Fi set; This time it ' s a radio ; De ' eloping prints — Mr. Dygert and i_amera clulj members Jack Hollopeter and Don Wilson. THIRD ROW: Kenny Johnson and Tom Duughis.s study in the science lab; Mr. D " g " ert dirt- cts otlier future scientists. ! " ' ri:TM ROW: Freshni:i ' i s-i-n.- -h ses r.-:i.lv fi.r wik. 4 ill -mil ACTIVITIES ••••••••••• Side Steps The Editors Hard at Work The Key EDITOR Jerry Rantlolph ASSOCIATE EDITOUS Lynda (Jeiitrv Mary Jo AVilHs Peg: Jarrard Bonnie Page Karen Beech y Gerry Threlkeld BUSINESS STAFE Gordie Van Marter Sharon Dodge Barbara Myers Beverl ' Light Mary Na el Jeff McOlelland Sue Goodhe ' Ralph Hunt Dave Dygert Dave Dent Terry Johnston Gary Chapman Don " ' a niire Bruce Knox Phid Harter Herman Hantz Janet Hart Dave Stukey ART EDITORS Peg Jarrard Barbra Strite Eileen Schaeffer Kitty Eerro CLASSES Janie Flegal Susanne Fisher Donna Reed Jean Griffin ORGANIZATIONS Joy Feaser Chloe Gramling Judy Glasgrow Sandra Sailor Cfinnic Brown SENIOR PICTUP.ES . Connie Grain Susan Rathbnrn PHOTOGRAPHS Tom Schmiege Carolyn Berning Joan Kolb Susie Sutton Sharon Miisser Tmogene Potts Janet Rowe FEATURES Maribeth Powers Rosalee Ford Anita Chr ' sler ALUMNI Connie Gary Janice Converse Tony Holtzman MUSIC Karen Brokaw Harriet Cook Bonnie Page Mary Jo AVillis DRAMATICS Barbara Griffiths Lynda Gentry Susie Steenerson BOYS ' SPORTS Bud Cruni I- ' rank Norag jn Tom Philipp CIRCULATION Tom Craln Jo)in Broxon Ricky Brooks Willard McKinley Ken Nagel Clayton Patterson Duane AA ' ard Don Lee Jerry Jai. ' k The Hornet The " Hornet " is a monthly publication put out by the journalism class. " All the buzz of A.H.S. " is its slogan and in it are found school news, feature stories, editorials, gossip, sports, exchanges, jokes, cartoons and other interesting material. In HMit the " Hornet " staff was admitted to niem- l)tryhip in t!ie Quill and Scroll, the International Society for High School Journalists. The members of the staff also belong to the National Scholastic Press Association and the Columbia Press Association. The members of the staff this year included : Editor-in-chief, Connie Gar " ; associate editors, Con- nie Grain, Bonnie Page: business manager. Peg Jar- rard : associate business manager, Karen Beechy ; art editors, Karen Gecowets, Linda Howe, Charlotte Wells, Janice Converse; boys ' sports, Herman Hantz, Frank Noragon : exchanges, Jean Grifhn; news writers, John Broxon, Ronnie Dodd, Phyllis Harter, Beverly Light, Donna Reed, Ken Nagel: feature writers, Ralph Hunt, Sharon Musser, Imogene Potts, Duane M ' iird. Sandra Sailor. Ruby Opdycke. Miss Shultz -as the faculty adviser. President Bud Crum Makes An Announcement Student Council The Student Council was organized in 1932 to promote cooperation between stu- dents and faculty, provide opportunities for student self-direction, foster all worthy school activities, and create and maintain high standards for citizenship. This organization has sponsored and participated in many activities throughout the year. These include: Working on school problems in general, sponsoring the se- lection of cheerleaders, striving to arouse better school spirit, and sponsoring the May Prom. The council consists of four members, two girls and two boys, from each high school class. This year the members of the Council were: Seniors — Bud Crum, Gordie Van Marter, Janie Flegal, and Connie Crain; juniors — Mike Stohler, Suzy Yoder, Duke Deller, and Dianne Short; sophomores — Leroy Cable, Judy Brady, Tom Pristas, and Linda Ewers; freshmen — Gary Page, Dave Tyler, Kathie Nedele and Leslie West. The officers were: President, Bud Crum; vice-president, Mike Stohler; secretary- treasurer, Connie Crain. Mr. Bernhardt was the faculty adviser. I ' a-Jc fiijly-lu.0 National Honor Society One of the greatest honors given at Angola High School is election to member- ship in the National Honor Society. Fifteen percent of the graduating class are eligible. They are chosen from the upper third of the class ranked scholastically, by the faculty on the basis of citizenship, service to the school, and character. Ten percent of the junior class were chosen this year and the other five percent will be selected next year. This method of choosing members from both classes was inaugurated in 19 57. The senior members named this year are Harriet Cook, Lynda Gentry, Judy Glas- gow, Chloe Gramling, Eileen Schaeffer, and Don Waymirc. Members of the present senior class elected in their junior year are Connie Crain, David Dent, Barbara Gritfiths, Peg Jarrard, Bonnie Page, Tom Philipp, Susan Rathburn and Mary Jo Willis. The students elected from the junior class are: Sharon Fifer, Elaine Gilbert, Gail Gramling, Marcia Meyer, Mike Stohler, Susan Ulmer, Martha Wilder, Donna Willibey, and Tom Wyatt. The local chapter was established in 193 5 and the total membership is now 292. A scholarship fund was set up in 1938. Each member contributes one dollar to the fund for the first five years of his membership. The money is used in the form of a loan to send a high school graduate to college. The officers of the organization elected before the close of school last year are: Bonnie Page, president; Susan Rathburn, vice president; and Connie Crain, secretary. Mr. McCutchan is faculty sponsor of the organization and its treasurer. Ready for A Meeting to Begin Page Fifty-three Christmas Prom Cookie Making Y-Teens " To find and give the best is our purpose true, earnest, honest, and our slogan — to face hfe square- 1} ' too. " Y-Teens is a world-wide organization of high school girls from sixty-five countries and is the junior branch of the YWCA. The membership of the A.H.S. Y-Teen Club reached 150 girls this year. Meetings were held on alternate Wednesdays at the activities period in the school auditorium. The year ' s work began when Angola was the hostess club for the District Y-Teen Fall Confer- ence, held at Pokagon Girls ' Camp. Other activities included the informal initiation at the 4-H Park, the cookie sale, a clothing drive for the Fort Wayne State School, and the sponsoring of the Christmas Prom, " A4ood Indigo, " and the Pa-Ma-Me banquet jointly with the Hi-Y. The officers were: President, Barbara Griffiths; vice-president and membership chairman. Peg Jar- rard; secretary, Jody Willis; treasurer, Eileen Schaef- fer; program chairman. Sue Ulmer; social chairman, Martha Wilder; song leader. Donna Willibey; pian- ist, Susie Yoder; chaplain, Susan Rathburn. The advisers were: Miss Ohlman, Miss Ulery, Miss Frank, Miss Reed, Miss Shultz, Mrs. Boomer- shine, Mrs. Crain, Mrs. Jarrard, Mrs. Anstett, Mrs. Maxton, Mrs. Hanselman, Mrs. Rathburn, and Mrs. Stevens. Miss Myers was an honorary member. Cabinet Members Listen to President Barbara Gritffihs Hi-Y The Angola Hi-Y Club, organ- ized in 1922 by former Superin- tendent 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 fo the club is — " To create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school and community higher standards of Christian character. " This year the club has sent officers to both fall and spring district Hi-Y con- ventions, held a joint father-son, mother-daughter banquet with the Y-Teens, sponsored sock hops, after the ball games, sponsored a Thanksgiving auditorium program and sponsored jointly with the Y- Teens the Christmas Prom, " Mood Indigo. " The club met every other week on Wednesday forenoons. The pro- grams included ovitside speakers, films, and discussions by the mem- bers. Taffy was sold throughout the school with the proceeds go- ing to the World Brotherhood Drive in the United States. The officers were: President, Mike Stohler; vice president, Jerry Randolph; secretary and treasurer, Tom Wyatt; chaplain, Larry Sun- day; s e r g e a n t-a t-a r m s, Tom Schmiege; and program chairman, Gordie Van Marter. The faculty sponsor was John W. X ' early. Pennies for Waymire, King of Christmas Prom Selling Salt Water Taffy Hi-Y Cabinet Make Plans STANDING; Judy Griffith. Martha " UMlder, Sue Ulmer, Juanita Eatinger, Barbara Max ton. Carmen Schumaker, Nanuy Max ton, Sally Boardnian, Mary Jane Gecowets, Nancy Green, Sharon Lacey, Paulette MeUby, Sharon Maugherman, Harriet Cook, Pes ' Jarrard. SEATED; Mrs. Roush, Janet Dygert. Stephanie Aldrieh, Martha Shaff.er, Kathie Nedele, Konita Forbes, Kaye Converse, Sylvia Crowl, Betty Nichols, Ruth Ann Hansel- man, Janet Carrick, Susan Nedele. Girls ' Athletic Association The large membership of the Girls ' Ath- letic Association made the year a very busy one. The president of the organization was Judy GrifHth; vice president, Harriet Cook; secretary. Sue Ulmer; treasurer, Martha Wilder and reporter, Peg Jarrard. The girls were under the guidance of Mrs. Sue Roush. The purpose of the club is to increase the girls ' interest in various sports and to develop friendship, better sportsmanship, and co-oper- ation among the girls. The club met every Monday afternoon at the Hendry Park School activity room from 3:30 to 4:4 5 o ' clock. Representatives attended a tumbling clinic at Churubusco. Some of the members partic- ipated in a tumbling show for the junior high and high school. The club carolled at Christ- mas and worked on several projects through- out the year. The girls also enjoyed basketball, tumbling, volleyball, trampoline activities, ice skating and Softball. Offices Page nfty-six Student Safety Patrol White belts, flashing yellow lights, and red and white stop signs are evidence that the members of the safety patrol for the Angola Schools are on the job. In rainy weather their white raincoats could always be seen. This is the twelfth year the patrol has been functioning. The members of the safety patrol this year were guests at the Shriners Circus in Fort Wayne and at a ban- quet given by the Angola Lions Club. The officers of the organization for the current year were: Captain Bob Elston and Lieutenants Richard Musser, Tom James, David Blough, Robert Vrchota, Lee Gilbert, and Janet Hart. This year the students p.itrolled onlv the highway in front of the South Wayne Street school building. Mr. Druckamiller was their faculty adviser. TOP i;0 V: Roljeit McBride, Sam Iiiniiii. T " ni W.vatt, Mr. Druckamiller. SECOND ROW: Janis Hart, Janet Hart. David Blough, Ed Sutton, Ed Sessford, Lee Gilbert, Tom Hiitto. Francis Jolinson. Duane Ward, Tom James, Rii- ' liard iMusser, Richard Hullinger. FRONT r;OW: Larry Wheaton, Joe Stonecipher, Don Wyatt, Robert Vrchota, Tom McBride, Robert Elston, Richard Cisco, Ray Johnson, Jolm Hutto, David Dirrim, John Taylor. STOP President Lynda Reads the Rules — Everyone Agrees Future Teachers of America The Angola Chapter of Future Teachers of America was organized in 1949, with Principal F. K. McCutchan as its first adviser. The organization was named the John L. Estrich Club in honor of a former superintendent of Angola schools. Mr. McCutchan was the adviser of the club for two years. Miss Joyce Dunkin sponsored the club dur- ing the 1951-52 schoo lyear. Miss Gladys Leas was sponsor during the year 1952-53. Mrs. Gladys Kile is the current sponsor and has been since 195 3. During this year the members held meetings after school on alternate Wednesdays, took part in student teaching, acted as guides at the school ' s Open House, went to state conferences and area meetings, entertained the retired teachers of the community and the present faculty of the Angola Schools at a tea, and did everything possible to pro- mote good future teachers. The officers for the year were: President, Lynda Gentry; vice-president, Mary Jo Willis; secretary, Elizabeth Owens; treasurer, Marcia Meyer; historian, Judy Brady; parliamentarian, Julie Brokaw. Sue and Barbara Address a Meeting Jody Teaches Spanish In Fifth Grade All Listen to the Scriba Junior Classical League The Junior Classical League is a national organ- ization composed of local classical clubs in junior and senior high schools throughout the United States and its territories. The purpose of the J.C.L. is to encourage among young people an interest in and appreciation of the civilization, language, literature and art of ancient Greece and Rome, and to give them some under- standing of the debt of our own culture to that of classical antiquity. The J.C.L. was founded in the fall of 1936. In Selling the Di Immortales 1957-1958 there were 56,002 members and 1,255 chapters over the nation. The Angola group has held monthly meetings, the programs carrying out the purpose of the na- tional organization. A Peasant Supper was held in the home economics room in the spring. J.C.L. members helped teach Latin in Miss Frank ' s sixth grade room when these pupils were studying Roman historj " . Wayne Hantz and Bruce Boardman are the con- suls; Pat Lash, scriba (secretary); Dianne Scheur- ing, questor (treasurer) ; and Sharon Hanna, muntia (reporter). Miss Reed is the faculty adviser. Banquet Roman Style Miss Ohlman Explains Library Techniques Student Librarians Whenever we need a book for pleasure or for reference material for a talk or a theme assignment, our student librarians are always ready to help us in any way possi- ble. It is a part of their work to shelve books as well as check them in and out. All student librarians are mem- bers of the Hoosier Student Li- brarians Association. They are under the supervision of Miss Ohl- man, audio-visual director. Projectionists The fine films we have enjoyed this year would not have been pos- sible without the efficient service of our projectionists. They do this job both at Hendry Park and at the South Wayne Street School. Our thanks to them and to Miss Ohlman, the faculty director. ' n jcctionists Watch Demonstration Pa;j c Sixty Art Assistants Taking attendance, keeping the store room clean, and helping Mr. Porter with his high school and junior high art classes are the du- ties of the art assistants. The stu- dents that helped this year were: Harriet Cook, Barbara Maxton, Charlotte Wells, Dee Gilbert, Lynda Gentry and Susan Rath- burn. Award Winners Barbra Strite, Eileen Schaeffer and Suzy Steenerson were among the top five Hall- mark honor winners at the Scholastic Art Show in Fort Wayne last February. In national competition in New York Barbra ' s painting won the Strathmore award, the only one given in the United States and considered the highest honor in the New York show in the high school exhibition. Suzy was declared the winner of the Hall- mark award, chosen from the top five in each of the 3 3 regional exhibits. Eileen was a winner of one of the gold medals given to 100 entries in the New York exhibition. Eileen ' s painting, " The Nest, " is shown in both group pictures on this page. Suzy ' s work is " The Secret " at the left below. Barbra ' s " The Lady " is the picture in the center below. All paintings were oils. Susan Reads a Proposed Play Thespian Society The Angola Chapter of the National Trespian Society was organized in 1952 and replaced the former dramatics society, the Alpha Delta Chi. This honorary organization is composed of students who have earned the required number of points by participating in var- ious dramatics activities. Much enthusiasm was displayed this year when the Thespians produced three one-act plays on November 23 under the direction of three student directors. These plays were " The Bathroom Door, " directed by Susan Rathburn; " Balcony Scene, " direct- ed by Jeffrey McClelland; and " The Glori- fied Brat, " directed by Jody Willis. The officers of the club are: President, David Dent; vice-president, Jeffrey McClel- land; secretary ' , Harriet Cook; treasurer, Connie Crain. The faculty sponsor is Robert Seigei. Officers Pa ' f Sixty-lwo Three One-Act Plays The Thespian Society presented three one-act plays in the auditorium on Novem- ber 25. In the drama, " Balcony Scene, " the spirit of a deceased young man returned to earth to attend his own funeral, only to learn how false his friends really were. The cast included: Man, Terry Johnston; His Friend, David Dent; Mother, Barbara Grif- fiths; Daughter, Dianne Short; Gangster, Tom Wyatt; Husband, Fred Smith; Wife, Donna Willibey; A Girl, Barbara Griffiths. " The Glorified Brat " was a comedy con- cerning a blind man ' s daughter who had been spoiled by her father ' s theory of " spar- ing the rod. " When the " glorified brat ' s " new mother began to manage the house- hold, she made some necessary changes. The cast included: Steven Travers, Gordie Van Marter; Claire Travers, Susie Yoder; Am- sey, Elaine Gilbert; Emily, Sandy Rust. The action in the comedy, " The Bath- room Door, " concerned the waiting line of the occupants of a rooming house to use the bathroom. Because the door wouldn ' t open, everyone decided that the young lady ' s husband had done away with him- self; but the door was only jammed. The cast included: Young Man, Jack Hollo- peter; Young Lady, Martha Wilder; Elderly Gentleman, Tom Philipp; Prima Donna, Karen Beechy; The Boots, Duke Deller; Little Old Lady, Sue Ulmer. The student directors were Susan Rath- burn, Jeff McClelland, and Jody Willis. The program was under the direction of Mr. Seigel, assisted by Mr. Condon and Mr. Porter. At the Funeral — " Balcony Scene " Father Evens the Score for the " Glorified Brat " Suspense in Front of " The Bathroom Door " Student and Faculty Directors Pi7!;i ' Sixfy-fhrce " You Can ' t Take It With You " " You Cant Take It With You, " a com- edy in three acts, was presented by the Sen- ior Class on October 17 and 18. The story deals with the happy, care- free, lovable Sycamore family whose mem- ers do as they like with no questions asked. In contrast to these delightful people are the unhappy Kirbys, who cannot under- stand the way the Sycamores live. Tony, the attractive son of the Kirbys, falls in love with Alice Sycamore and brings his parents to dine at the Sycamores ' home on the wrong evening. Things are finally straightened out when Tony, who will not give Alice up, convinces his parents that they are wrong and the Sycamores ' way of living is best. The cast included: Penelope Sycamore, Suzy Steenerson; Paul Sycamore, Ralph Hunt; Martin Vanderhof, Jeff McClelland; Alice Sycamore, Barbara GriiBths; Essie, Bonnie Page; Ed, Terry Johnston; Mr. De Pinna, Tom Philipp; Mr. Kirby, Jerry Randolph; Mrs. Kirby, Susan Rathburn; Tony Kirby, Gordie Van Marter; Rh eba, Lynda Gentry; Donald, Gerry Threlkeld; Boris Kolenkhov, Frank Noragon; Hender- son, Dave Dent; Gay Wellington, Connie Grain; Olga Katrine, Karen Beechy; three men, Tom Grain, Doug Essenberg, Dave Stukey. The play was under the direction of Mr. Seigel, with assistants, Mr. Condon and Mr. Porter. Jody Willis was the student pro- duction manager, and Barbara Strite was the stage manager. " Onions in the Stew nn " Onions in the Stew " was presented by the junior class on March 12 and 13. Gail Gramling played the role of Betty MacDonald, the mother, and Fred Smith played Don, the father. Pam Beatty and Dianne Short presented the daughters, Joan and Anne. Wayne Hantz played Howard, Anne ' s boyfriend, who lives in Seattle. Tom Wyatt was Roger, who is also interested in Anne. Claud, a boy interested in Joan, was played by Bill Linnemeier. Sue Ulmer played Claire Fessenden, a neighbor, and Lib Owens portrayed Lesley Arnold, an af- fected neighbor. Margo, Lesley ' s aunt, was played by Linda Howe. Other characters included: Miss Garvey, played by Martha Wilder; Bee Gee, Donna Willibey; Salsie, Kathy McMullen; Kitsie, Elaine Gilbert; Harry, Mike Stohler; New Motor Marvin, Kent Murphy; Mr. Curtis, Mike Reese; Lyda, Karen Gecowcts; Jim, Jack Hollopeter; Dotty, Ruby Opdycke; Joey, Duke Deller; Phil Murray, Bruce Boardman; Delia Murray, Georgia Detar; Old Buddy, Jerry Hoffman; Mrs. Curtis, Jane Taylor; Sailors, Phil Ginder, Jim Rockwell, Lee Gilbert, Dennis Crooks. The play was under the direction of Mr. Seigel, with Marcia Meyer as the student director and Charlotte Wells, the student technical director. Mr. Condon and Mr. Porter also assisted in the production. BEHIND THE SCENES TOI ' l: ) V: Thi- nervous cast of tlie senior play before curtain time; Seniors hard at work at flay i raftice. HICCO.NTj ROW: Cast and erew members between scenes ot tbe three one-act plays; ■red and the property crew relax before the three one-acts. TH1I;D HOW; Senior play practice drags a little; .left and .Tcrrv work to Ket those Irnes; Mr. Condon and part ot the senior play cast " ham it up " foj our photo- grapher. Paf e Sixly-iix Our Stage Our stage is silent for another night, alone and deserted in its hours of darkness. But yet it is not silent. Listen! Can ' t you hear them? The ghosts of our plays are reliving their hour of triumph, shouting their lines into the emptiness of the theater as the peals of laughter and the echoes of the applause come thundering and crashing over the stage, engulfing all before them until suddenly there is silence and the harbingers of our success retreat to their caves of memories to live again another night and still another night, treking down the endless road of memories into eternity. m ' T-am A sLm CLARINETS: Katie Carney, Linda Carr, Susan Carr, Woodice Conway, Harriet Cook. Sue Ellen Crone, Barbara Croxton, Elaine Deller, Janie Fleg al, Meg Goudy, Shar- on Lacev. Barbara McKinlev, Susan Ned el e, Marv Slanina, Si grid Sonierlutt. Susie Sut- ton. Sue Ulmer, Martha Wilder. ALTO CLARINET: Mike Segraves. BASS CLARINET: Joan Leather man. FLUTE : S ' lvia Crowl, Ruth Ann Hansel man, Bon nit- Page, Judy Rust, Ann Ramsav. Carmen Sthumaker. OBOE: Jodv Willis. ALTO SAXOPHONE: Bar- bara German. Elaine Gilbert. Camlvn Mann. Sandy Rust. BARITONIi: SAXOPHONE: Susie Yoder. TENOR SAXOPHONE; Marilyn Harris. Marialana Rensch, Ellen Steener- Band The Angola High School Band under the direction of Mr. Nichols has had a very active year. The band presented a concert November 7 and a Christmas concert for the stu- dent body. Much of the music was played in popular style and a main feature was the Dixieland Band. The band gave a spring concert on March 20. The organization entered the district contest in Angola on April 4 and won a su- perior rating. They also won a superior rating in the state contest at North Manches- ter, April 1 1. The selections for competition were Knightsbridge March, Ballet Music from William Tell Overture, and Black Canyon of the Gunnisons. The band also played for Tri-State College Commencement in June. The pep band played for all of the home basketball games. sun. HORN; Kari Aldrirli, Karfii I ' .f eL.li, -. Albt-rt (. ' lirtsty, Kunita Knrbts. riilnt- i_]rani- Hng. BAllITONi!:: Janice Converse, Judy Griffith. CORXKT: Xorinan Anisiutz. Lav. n Arnold, Terry Arkwrig:hl, John Gramling, Jeannie Gray, Terry Johnston. Betty Nichols. Gary Pag ' e, Judy Seeman, Gene Shaw, Lynn Steiner. TUOMBC)XE: Kaye Convers e, Shar- on Gibbeny. Barl ara Griffiths, Glenn Jacob, George Libey, Marcia Meyer. Phil Musser, Lee Williams. TUBA: Sam Dirrim. Bill Griffiths, Fred Smith. DRUMS: Bruce Anderson, Sharon Babcock, Karen Broka v, J..inda Ewers, Pete Garner, Barbara Goudy, Ste ' e King:, Donna Willibey. Marching Band The marching band took two trips this year. The first was to Elkhart to play in the Centennial Parade. The second was to Purdue to play for the annual Band Day there. Mr. Nichols was a guest director in the mass band participation. The marching band also appeared at the home football games this year and in the Tri-State College Campus Day Parade. The band will march in the Memorial Day Parade. DRUM MAJOR AND MAJORETTES Our pretty and highstepping majorettes caught everyone ' s eye as they marched down the street. Our five majorettes led by our drum major, Linda Ewers, gave the band a color- ful and attractive appearance. The majorettes are Sharon Babcock, Sharon Rowe, Konita Forbes, Bonnie Page and Barbara Cro.xton. Orchestra For ten years the orchestra has been a part of the music program at Angola High School. Each year it provides music for the Senior Class Play, the Junior Class Play and the Three One-Act Plays. It also plays for such occasions as the Tri-State commencement and the high school com- mencement. The orchestra played in a concert April 10, with the grade school orchestra and the Croxton-Aldrich ballet students. A superior rating was won by the orches- tra in the district contest in Angola and another superior rating was theirs in state competition at North Manchester. This year the orchestra was under the direction of Mr. Nichols and Mr. Godlev- ski. ' IOLIN: Bill Steele, Mary Slanina, Susie Yoder, Katliy Nedele, Kathy Krant; , Carol Nichols. Kath ' Ctiadwick, Gen Chadwirk. .Sandy Hawthorne, Susie Steenerson, Janet Gould, Lorin Bernhardt, Patty Clancy, Nadina Renscli, Kathy Clancy. VIOLA: Mary Jo Willis, Barljra Strite. CELLO: Karen Brokaw, Betty Nichols. Sally Boai-dman, Ronnie Rae Pufalil, STRING BASS: Susan Rathburn, Susan Ulmer. FLUTE; Bonnie Page, Ruth Pflj c Sii en y Music Parents ' Club The Music Parents ' Club has as its aim the financial and moral backing of all the music groups in the school. Through the parents ' efforts the students are able to at- tend the various contests. The parents al- so provided robes for the choir members, suits for the band members, and music awards presented to the seniors. This year the major project to raise mone) ' was the sale of music booster tick- ets for the different programs. The officers are: President, Wendell Ja- cob; vice-preisdent, Quentin Hawthorne; secretary, Mrs. Warren Krantz; treasurer, Mrs. Burton Page. Ann Hanselmaii. CLARINET: Martha AVikler, Tom Harman. OBOE: Eileen Sihaeft ' er. ALTO SAXOPHONE: Elaine Gilbert. TENOR SANOPHONE: Marilvn Harris. HORN: Konita Forbes, Chloe Gramling. TRUMPET: .Sallv Rathburn, Fred i3eck, Lvnn Steiner. TRdJIBONE: Barbara Griffith.s. Janice Converse. TUBA: Bill Griffiths. PERCUSSION: I ' Miiia Willibey. Piigc Si! cut -one TOP ROW: Bruce Knox. SECOND ROW: Jerry Hoffman. Kent Murphv, Mickev Haley. THIRD ROW: Dave Dent. Fred S?nith, Larry Sunday. FOURTH ROW: Dayp Stucky, Terry .Johnston, Tom Philipp. FIFTH ROW: Lewis Newnam. Cliff Ryan. Jack Berlien. SIXTH F;0W: Tony Holtzman. Karen Brokaw, Peg Jarrard. SKVEXTH r:0 " n ' : Karen Beecliy. Susan Rathburn, Bonnie Page. KIGHTH ROW: Pam Beatty, Harriet Cook. Susie Sutton. XIXTH ROW: Connie Crain. Barbara Griffiths. Lynda Gentry. TEXTH ROW: Carol Gramllng-. Marcia Meyer, Elaine Gilbert. FRONT ROW: Eileen Schaeffer, Janie Flegal. Sue Ulmer. Choir The Angola High School choir, under the direction of Miss Nancy Siebold, is one of the busiest, most progressive and popular groups in the music department. It has sixty-four members. The choir presented a concert on January 28, featuring popular songs; the last group of selections were from Carousel. A spring concert was given on May 12. The choir entered competition in the district contest on April 4 and won a first place. Then they entered state competition and won another superior rating. The members of the choir sang carols in the halls of Hendry Park, Pleasant Lake and the South Wayne Street Schools at Christmas time. They sang for the Tri-State College baccalaureate service in December and they will sing for the service in June. I ' a c Siieiity-two mJ .. X TOP ROW: Gary Chapman. SECOND ROW: John Newnam. Jlike Haley, .It-rry P.anilolph. THH!D ROW: Tom Crain, Norman Amstutz, Sam Dirrim. FOURTH ROW: Don Wilson, Jark Mitchell, Tom Fle al. FIFTH ROW: Terry Arkwright, Gordie Van Marter, Willard MiKinley. SIXTH RiiW: Bill Griffiths, Mike Deming, Tom Owens. SUVKXTH ROW: Joy Feaser, Chloe Gramlin.a, Bob DeLong. EIGHTH ROW: La Vonne Arnold, Martha Wilder, Judy Glasgow. NINTH l;OW: Dianne Short, Suzy Yoder. Connie Gary. TENTH RO " U ' : Donna Willibey. Lib Owens, Barbra Strite. FRONT ROW: Jody Willis, Janice Conyerse, Janet Rowe. _____ Work Well Done Angola High School can be especially proud of all of the music organizations this year. The band, orchestra and choir each won top honors in the state contest. The twelve judges who scored the students in the different groups all agreed in placing each unit in the superior class- ification. All of the judges complimented the students for their high degree of musicianship in addition to their technical skills. Much credit is due the students who put in long hours of practice and to their very competent teachers, Miss Siebold, Mr. Nichols, and Mr. Godlevski. .s-»w STRING QUARTET The string quartet receiv- ed a superior rating at the District Solo and Ensemble Contest and went on to the state. The members are Bill Steele, Mary Slanina, Mary Jo Willis and Karen Brokaw. In the state competition Susie Yoder substituted for Bill Steele. GIRLS ' AND BOYS ' QUARTETS The girls ' barbershop quartet and the boys ' quar- tet, although being organized only two years, have been very active groups. They have sung for talent shows, concerts, auditorium pre- sentations, and the different community programs. The girls ' barbershop quartet received a superior rating in both the District and State Solo and Ensemble Contests. The boys ' quartet received an excellent rating in the district competition. Since all the members of both groups are seniors, An- gola will lose two very fine vocal groups this year. Girls ' quartet — Karen Bro- kaw, Susan Rathburn, Lynda Gentry, Barbra Strite. Boys ' quartet — Dave Dent, Gordie Van Matter, Tom Philipp, Terry Johnston. SOLOISTS Much solo work was done in the vocal concerts in the last four years. Three of the senior girls who helped out in this department were Bar- bra Strite, Connie Gary and Jody WiUis. The Stardusters Playing a Popular Number, Possibly " Bird Dog Pep Band In Action THE STARDUSTERS For the first time Angola has a dance band, " The Stardusters. " This group has played for the Ro- tary Club and the dances after the band concerts. It also played for some of the sock hops after the basketball games. Mr. Nichols, as organizer and director of the dance band, says it has made much pro- gress during this first year and pre- dicts it will have a bright future. The memb- ' rs are: Alto saxo- phone — Eliane Gilbert, Sandy Rust; tenor saxophone — Marilyn Harris, Marialana Rensch; bari- tone saxophone — S u s i e Yoder; trumpet — Betty Nichols, John Gramling, Gene Shaw; trombone — Barbara Griffiths, Glenn Jacob, Sharon Gibbeny; piano — Phil Mus- ser; bass — Sue Ulmer; drums — Bruce Anderson; vocalists — Lynda Gentry, Donna Willibey. PEP BAND The pep band appeared at all the home basketball games and the pep sessions preceding them. The group added color and excitement and their efforts were greatly ap- preciated by the student body. Calendar September School ' s In Session Back to Work . " f ' fi ' .jlfertp ' -. i.,; The Champs In Action ' ™% 1 lie Baseball Trophies Bring Smiles First Issue of the Hornet Goes to Press The Marching Band Steps High Pa. p Scventy-%ix Calendar October Y-Teen Round-Up Proves Successful Seniors begin Macbeth Frank Dons Make-up for Dress Rehearsal Mr. Johnson Gives Important Directions Juniors Begin the Long Money-Making Campaign The Senior Play Cast Prepares for a Hit Pa T Scventy-scicn Calendar November Hornets Mount the First Step in a Winning Season Karen, Bonnie and Connie Rest Between Cheers Senior Skirts Are the Best Yet! The Pep Band Adds Spirit with a Rousing Selection After-Game Record Hops Are in Full Swing Directors Are Happy With the Successful Three One-Act Plays I ' a e Seieij y-ei ht Calendar December Y-Teens Decorate the Christmas Tree in the Main Hall Thespians Initiate New Members Christmas Cookies Are Made by Four Able Y-Teens The Choir Sings Christmas Carols in the Halls Tony Emcees at -The Christmas Prom Page Si ' ieiity-n tte Calendar January Holiday Tourney lans Whoop It Up First Semester Deadline Looms Ahead Il-j Storm Cripples Angola Choir Concert Paur Ei: l ly Dell.nhts All Calendar February Seniors Recover from Semester Exams EnsL-mbles Practice for the District Contest Mr. Porter Talks Over Art Contest Last Minute Preparations Are in Order Cheerleaders Lead Sectional Fans in a Victory Yell Seniors Make Plans for Chili Supper P ' li r FJ; h -()i, Calendar March Back to Work After Easter Vacation Mr. Seigel Directs Junior Class Play A.H.S. U Proud of Its Dance Band Mr. Bernhardt and Bill Steele Discuss Plans for the Science Fair Donna Receives Instruction from Mr. Burns on the Business Machines Mr. Johnson ' s Shop Class Is Always Hard at Work Page Eigh y-lwo Calendar April Band Prepares fcr the B.O. Contest Putf Puft Tiaek Time Again 5J|?% Mechanical Drawing Class Is in Good Hands Spring Is Here Mike Conducts a Hi-Y Meeting Page Eighty-three Calendar May School Exhibit Time Is Here Dancers Swing to the Music at the May Prom Seniors Practice Processional I oni 1 )isp!a s }4is Talent on Senior Day Pa, c Eigh y-foiir School ' s Out ..And so the Day Arrives at Last! Unforgettables Magazine Sales ct i t • slumber Parties Science Trips Bledsoes v t i ■ ■ ■ 1 - 1 een Initiation Varsity Drag Three One-Act Plays Hi-Y Initiation Basketball Games Record Hops " The Family Nobody Wanted " Track Meets Eighth Grade Tourney Ice Cream Social », . Music Contests Junior-Senior Banquet Christmas Proms Girls ' State Boys ' State Baseball Champs Leotards Senior Skirts Football Games ' " Yr .. ( " ,„v t i i w l r I ou Cant lake It With You Key Sales Party Government Scrapbooks Term Reports Crew Neck Sweaters Christmas Caroling New Year ' s Eve ' J9 Sectional Champs Pizza Regionals Hallmark Awards Chili Supper r-u i j Cheerleaders Chemistry Projects Hornets -yt -n - May Proms " • " ' " ° ' Year Books Class Trip Graduation Page Eighty- fill Steps To Sportsmanship Managers Talk It Over MANAGERS Our student managers this year were Tom Owens, Bruce Boardman, and Tom James. They did an excellent job of look- ing after suits, balls, and towels and doing many ether things for the Hornet and the B;e teams. Coaches Listen to Mr. Cable Coaches John Hammel coached the Hornets through a winning basketball season and on to the Sectional Championship. He deserves much credit for the accomplishments of the team. Bob Johnson was head football coach and assistant basketball coach. He stood by Mr. Hammel in the hour of triumph. Leroy Cable was freshman basketball coach. Chuck Dygert was coach for our bi- county championship baseball team. Carroll Nesbitt coached the track team and Julius Milhollin was coach for the cross country team. Russell Brayton was the golf coach this year. A. B. Barkdull, as athletic director, ar- ranged the sports schedule, looked after the finances involved, and did many other things in the course of the season. These men have led Angola High School to outstanding athletic achievements. Pa c Eighty-eight Il..it ' man, Don Way- TOP R(J V; Don J ' ..»pi , Mik,- .Sl..lilri, Jt-iij 1 :.iihI.i1|,I,, J mire. Bud Crum, Coach Hamniel. FRONT ROW: Gary Chapman, Gortlie Van Marter, Dave Dygert, Ja.k Berlien. Season in Review The Sectional Cli.!mpionsliip and playing in the Regional finals meant much to the Hornet team members and Coach Hammel this year. It was the first time since 1934, that Angola took the Section- al. Advancing to the Regional finals will also go down in A.H.S. athletic history. The Hornets buzzed into their regular season November 14 with a 5 9-55 victory over the La- Grange Lions. The next night they met Ligonier on the Angola floor where they were defeated 54- 5 3 in a hard fought battle. Columbia City was next on the Hornets ' sched- ule. Here they met defeat at the hands of the Eagles November 21. The final score was 71-65. Now followed three consecutive wins for An- gola. On November 22 Concordia fell to the Hor- nets, 78-71. The Butler Windmills were defeated 81-69 on November 26. And South Whitley met a similar fate on December 5, being defeated on their home floor 81-68. Bluft ' tcn ' s Tigers were a little more than the Hornets could take. On December 12 they defeat- ed Angola 66-54. The next night the Hornets re- gained their pride when they stung the Berne Bears 88-67. On December 19 Angola lost to Hoagland by 14 points. The final score was 52-38. In the Holiday Tourney at Garrett, Angola beat Fremont 67-50 in the first game but lost the cham- pionship game to Garrett, 61-54. The Auburn Red Deivls, age-old rivals of the Hornets, were next to bow to Angola 84-54. On January 10 Waterloo beat Angola by a nar- row margin of one point, 45-44. Garrett ' s Railroaders dealt another blow to the Hornets on January 16. Garrett made 5 3 points; Angola, 46. The New Haven Bulldogs were the victors in a game played January 23 at Angola. The Bulldogs ran off with a score of 78-66. Now the Hornets rallied to take Decatur ' s Yel- low-jackets by 1 5 points in a game played at De- catur on January 3 0, the score being 81-66. Kendallville ' s Comets fell to Angola on Febru- ary 13. The Hornets emerged with a 70 to 68 vic- tory. Feathers flew the next night when the Hornets defeated the Fremont Eagles by 3 5 points. Angola was victorious with a score of 7 to Fremont ' s 44. The Hornets wound up their playing season very successfully. They stung the Avilla Panthers 71- 37 at Avilla on February 20 and dropped the Howe Military Cadets 47-41 the next night on the home floor. Va e Eighty- Gordie Van Marter Bud Crum Don Waymire Gary Chapman Jerry Hoffman Don Powers Mike Stoliler 11 ' » m mm j N ' ' H ' M Varsity LINEUP Bud Crum — Ceiifir — Senior Gordie Van Marter — Guard — Senior Gary Chapman — Font aid — Senior Don Way mire — Forward — Senior David Dygert — Ft ruurd — Senior Jerry Hoffman — Center — Junior Don Powers — Forward — Junior Mike Stohler — Forward — Junior Jeff Heier — Center — Junior Jack Berlien — Guard — Sophomore Jerry Randolph — Forward — Senior Dave Dygert Jerry Randolph VARSITY RECORD Player Re- Shoi.t- TP FO FT bouncls ing Pet. Chapman 149 47 55 104 .275 Pdwers 265 95 75 177 .434 Hoffman 159 60 39 151 .357 " an llaiter 455 199 57 77 .473 Crum ISS 66 56 165 .373 Dygrert 39 15 9 4S .366 ' a -mire 273 106 61 154 .433 Stohler 60 25 10 109 .269 Heier 19 S 3 IS .3,S1 Berlien 50 21 S l.S .356 Randolph 3 11 5 .142 Flegal 10 1 1 .000 Ryan .000 Team 1661 643 375 1009 .396 Opponents 14S7 554 379 — .334 Page Ninety-one Sectional Tourney Scenes Top picture: A moment of great exiiultation for Hornets and coach. Second row; Coach Hammel has completed cutting down the net while team mem- bers reach for the pieces — Assistant Coach, Bob Johnson, helps to hold it; Bud Crum jumps high. Pa ' e Ninety-lwo Sectional Tournev Scenes Top row: Team, managers and Assistant Coach Johnson whoop it up around Coach Hammel, who is on the ball!; Bonnie Page and cheering section in action. Second row: A tense moment in the game as Jerry jumps; Jubilant fans leave the gym- Third row: Hornet team members reach for tourney trophy; Gordie ready to hit a jump ball; Hornets are in there pitching. Page Niticty-thrce Go Get ' Em, Hornets! Go Get ' Em! Cheerleaders X ' e ' re proud of our spirited varsity cheer- leaders, Connie Gary, Bonnie Page, and Karen Beechy. These three seniors were behind the team every minute through the losing of an overtime game to the winning of the sectional tourney. Connie was cheerleader all of her four high school years; Bonnie, three years; and Karen, two. They cheered the Hornets on to many victories. Judy Brady and Kay August were the cheerleaders for the Bee team. Beth MacFad- yen was also a cheerleader the first semester. Their peppy yells encouraged the team throughout the season. Mrs. Sue Roush was the faculty adviser for the six cheerleaders. Pa e Ninety-four Kay and Judy Lead Cheers for Bee Team Coach Hammcl Tells A Joke In the Dressing Room From October to February every year, two hours a day and often four or five days a week our basketball boys and the coaching staff work hard to give us a team we can be proud of. Very few people realize how much time and effort our boys and their coaches really do expend. We know, however, that the team finds it very rewarding, for there is nothing to compare with the joy of victory, the fellowship of the dressmg room, and the funny little incidents which brmg laughter bubbling quickly to one ' s throat. Season ' s Highlights The Hornets ' 195 8-59 regular basketball season ended with a total of 12 wins and 8 losses. In the NEIC, Angola had 3 wins and 3 losses. Wins were Kendallville, Decatur and Concordia; and losses were Garrett, Columbia City, and Bluff- ton. Great was the Hornets ' success in the Sectional played at Auburn and Churubusco. They defeated Auburn 51-40, Waterloo 47-42, Butler 81-68 and Bellefountain 62-50. Next came the Regional in the Coliseum in Fort Wayne. The Hornets downed Brighton 5 6-3 3, but bowed to the South Side Archers 82-5 8. Page Niuefy-fiir 32 TOP ROW: Tom Fegal. Sam Dirrim, Jeff Heier. Lynn Routsong. Bruce Anderson, Torn " Waite, Coach Johnson. FRONT ROAV; Terry Arkwright. Larrv Sundav, Dick ilusser, Robert Schannen. Leroy Cable, Cliff Ryan. Mickey Haley. BEES ' SEASON SCORES Angola Angola Angola Angola Angola Angola Angola Angola Angola Angola Angola -51 LaGrange 54 -35 Ligonier 43 _38 Columbia City 43 -3 6 Concordia 3 5 _24 Butler 37 _49 South Whitley 57 .28 Bluffton 20 32 Berne 19 .2 5 Hoagland 27 -52 Auburn 3 5 .55 Waterloo 36 Angola Angola Angola Angola Angola Angola Angola Angola Angola -.-.48 —26 _32 _55 —44 —39 —41 Garrett New Haven Decatur Fremont Kendallville .._ Avilla Howe Military TOURNEY SCORES 42 Auburn 55 Fremont ..46 _54 .41 _29 _48 -55 -27 -44 -29 The season ' s record is 9 won, 1 1 lost. -. ' -N TOP P.OW: Albert Chri-Jty, Charles BlakeBley, Pill Dailey. Gary Knox. Jim Siebert, Mike Parker, Coach Cable. SECOND RCn ' : Student manager, Dave Dirrim; Jim Lovejo ' , Gary Page, Darl Wilson, Bob McBride, Dave Tyler. FRONT ROW: Jack Strite, Glenn Jacob, Jerry Schen- kel. John Glasgow, Eddie Wyatt. Freshmen FRESHMAN SEASON SCORES Angola 13 Angola 32 Angola 16 Angola 47 Angola 25 Angola 3.5 Angola 26 Angola 25 Butler 35 Auburn 34 Garrett 42 Butler 30 Kendall ville 37 Columbia City 30 Auburn 34 Garrett 37 Four-way Tourney Angola 26 Garrett 41 Angola 30 Kendallville 43 The record for the regular season stands 2 won and 6 lost. BASEBALL BATTING AVERAGES AB R H BB Avg. Crum 3.1 IT 17 n .4SG Water.s 42 12 16 1 .381 Wavmire 41 1 .i 15 2 .366 Hantz 33 PS 17 !l .515 McKee 41 IS 20 2 .4SS Van Marter 31 1 : ' . 12 5 .387 Powers 40 10 17 4 .425 Chapman 29 .S 13 5 .44S Craln 25 6 S 3 .320 r ent 6 2 11 .167 Reese 3 3 13 .333 ftwens 4 3 13 .250 Dvgert 10 .000 Johnson 4 2 11 .250 ICandolph 1 3 2 .000 Flegal 1 (J I .000 McBride 1 o o o .000 Team batting averag - Tor stai-ters was .427. BACK ROW: David Dygert. Jack Hollopeter, Daviil Dent, Don Powers, Tom Flegal, Jerry Randolph, Don ' a ■mire. Coach Chuck D ' gert. SECOND ROW: Bob DeLong. Tom Waters, Tom Owens, Mike Reese. Tom Crain, Herman Hantz, Bob JIcBride, Gary Chapman. FRONT ROW: Gordie Van Marter, Bud Crum, Bill McKee. Baseball Angola had a perfect season this year with 1 1 wins and no losses. The team did very well in bringing home three trophies, one for coming out with the best average in summer play, the second for having the best record for fall play, and the third for winning the play-offs at the end of the regular season play. Angola started off with one of their toughest opponents, Ashley. In a close game, Angola came out on top with a score of 4-3. For the second game Angola went to Butler and won 7-3. Next Angola played host to Fremont and snowed the Eagles under 12-3. Then Angola slaughtered Ham- ilton 23-0 in a five inning game at Hamilton. Angola then traveled to Orland where after 7 innings the score was tied 3-3. The game went into extra innings and the final score found Angola on top 14-3. Angola played Riverdale next on the Pleasant Lake diamond. Angola walked over River- dale 14-1. Angola then went to Salem Center for another shut out game of 14-0. The Hornets then defeated Waterloo on the Pleasant Lake diamond 7-3. Angola won its last regularly scheduled game by downing Flint 9-1 on the Angola diamond. In the play-off games Angola dropped River- dale 9-5 and Butler beat Ashley 10-3. Angola then played Butler at Pleasant Lake and won the deciding game 16-3. Chuck Dygert was the coach. ' ji ijiij3i:ii ' ' rsa»f wm t ' mammgsiE £mmmii fmi ' iXiit3iM- y, ■ .. .■aaa- ih.jfet.t ■ ; - ..u-.i m i-t-jtri Football Highlights Football uniforms were issued to over one hundred boys, in grades 7, 8, 9, and 10, on August 14, and the first practice under the hot summer sun began on August 15. As this was the first year of actual competition with other schools, enthusiasm ran high. At the start of the season Coach Johnson had over forty varsity boys eager to begin the season ' s play. The first game with Kendallville there was lost in a real heartbreaker 7-6. The first home game, with Auburn, was feted with a parade, bands, and all the trimmings; however the boys came out on the wrong end of a 15-0 score. The Garrett power- house then rolled over the team with a score of 3 5-0. In spite of this, however, the Hornets held a fine New Haven team to a 20-13 victory in their next game. The Hornets got on the trail to victory by taking revenge on Auburn to the tune of 19-13. The final game of the season saw Angola wmning a 20-7 victory over the Howe Military Cadets. Mr. Johnson and his staff of coaches, Mr. Hammel, Mr. Sapp, Mr. Cable, and Mr. Nesbitt, felt that the boys had a fine season, when we take into consideration that this was their first season of competition. BACK ROW: Philip Prt-ston, Sam liirriin. Brute Anderson, Da ' id Stroh. Jim Sibert. Gary Knox, Rugrer Sailor, Coach Johnson, Leroy Cable, Richard Porter, Bill Dailey, John Sellgren, Bill Cole, Tom .James, Clift " Ryan. SECOND ROW: Terry Arkwright, Francis John- son. I ' rank Anspaugh, Mike Parker, Torn Douglass, Dann ' Mitchell, Larry Sunday, Jack Berlien, Don Wilson, Kichard Maxwell, Darl Wilson, Gary Page, Davt ' Tyh-r. FKONT l;0 A ' : Alhert Cliristy. Jerry Schenkel. Tom Pristas, Bill Oriffit ' is, John Moran, Mickey Haley, Jim Lovejoy, Glenn Jacob, Mike Segraves, John Glasgow, Jack Strite. Dave Dirrim, Dave Eff. Lee Williams, Mgr. tfflt ili sfe jitij SBAn, ' ' iif ' 1. Angola Competes in NEIAC Angola ' s membership in the Northeastern Indiana Athletic Conference became effective in September, 1958, when we began competi- tion in sports with other schools in the con- ference. These sports included baseball, bas- ketball, track, cross country and golf. Foot- ball competition will be extended to Angola in the fall of 1960. Schools now composing the NEIAC include Columbia City, New Haven, Decatur, Bluff- ton, Garrett, Kendallville, Concordia, Auburn, Elmhurst and Angola. Membership is restrict- ed to schools that can qualify in high school athletics both in training and in facilities and equipment. i: ,1 Ti iP Ri.lW: ruiailf ■a l, James K.irkwell, I ' .ii Knox, Coach Milhollin. FFtOXT RO V; Orcie Routsong, .Tcft Heier, Jerry Hoft ' iiian, Mike Hollopeter. XOT PICTLTRED: Lynn Routsong, Bill Crotty. r,u L. I , Bruce Stabler, Jack Cross Country Cross Country was started again last fall after being discontinued for one year. The four boys who answered the first call were Bruce Boardm.in, Jim Parker, Bruce Knox and Bill Crotty. This group worked under various handicaps for a time, attempting to increase the number in the team, find a suitable place to practice, and schedule meets with other schools. Arrangements were made to work out at Pokagon State Park and the team grad- ually grew to twelve members. This year Angola ran just three meets besides the sectional. The boys who rep- resented the school in the sectional were: Bruce Boardman, Orcie Routsong, Lynn Routsong, Bill Crotty, Jim Rockwell, Jim Parker, and Bruce Knox. The team was coached by Mr. MilhoUin. Track Angola had a mediocre track season last spring. The first meet was held April 1, 1958, at Kendallville. The score was Kendallville 71 2, Avilla 33%, Angola 32. The Angola team then traveled to Waterloo and suffered another loss with the score of Wa- terloo 57%, Butler 49%, Angola 29%. On April 11, Angola held its first home meet on the new track and football field. In a close battle Angola defeated Butler with a score of 54% to 54%. In the follow- lowing meet Angola bowed to Garrett 92-17. Angola played host to Auburn and Avilla April 28. The score was Auburn 89%, Angola 52, Avilla 15%. On May 1, Angola held its third meet at home. The Hornets overpowered a weaker LaGrange team with a score of 66-43. Angola then held its final home meet March 6. In a very close meet Howe nudged out Angola 54 5 7-54 2 7. In the final meet of the season Angola traveled to Columbia City. The score showed Columbia City the vic- tors with 67 ' points, Angola scoring 43% points, and LaGrange 26 points. Gary Griffith placed second in the pole vault at the sectional. He was the only Hornet to go to the regional. Mr. Nesbitt did a fine job coaching the track team last spring; he was assisted by Mr. Johnson. The class of ' 59 says " thanks " to both of these men for their patience and hard work. TOP ROW: Mr. Nesbitt, Bruce Boardrntin, Dave Dygert, Bud John Gibbeny, Dave Dent, Bill Dailey, Gary Knox. SECOND ROW: Gary Page, Jerry Schenkel, Duane Ward, .Jim Rockwell Hantz, James; Parker. Tom Sclimiege, Cliff liyan, jMike Parker, Darl Wilson. FRONT ROW: John Moran, Terry Ark vright, Leroy Cable, Larry Sunday, Bruce Kno.K, Jack Berlien. Tom Pliilipp, ilickey Haley. Crum, Jeff Heier, Herman I ' ti ' ic One HiDidrcd Three Jeff McClelland. Oordie Van Marter, Bruce Anderson, Steve King, George Libey, Coach Bray ton. Golf The Golf team completed its fifth season last spring, 19 5 8, with a record of 2 wins and 4 losses. The golf team played Columbia City, Concordia, Garrett, Harlan, and Kendall- ville. The first meet was held at Columbia City April 20. Angola defeated Columbia City but lost to Concordia. Angola played at home on the Lake James Golf Course May 7, and was defeated by Kendallville and Garrett. Angola then traveled to Au- burn where they defeated Harlan in a duel meet. On May 12, Angola defeated Con- cordia on the Lake James Golf Course. On May 17, the Golf Sectional was held at the Brookwood Golf Course in Fort Wayne. Central Catholic and Kokomo tied for first place. The team members included Gordie Van Marter, Bruce Boardman, David Mac- Tadyen, Tom Guthrie, and David Stukey. The coach was John Hammel. Mr. Brayton is the coach for this spring season. Paf c (Jiie IliiiiilntI iiiur Our Trophies To many of us the new trophies resting in our trophy case represent the crowning glory of our high school years. These trophies are proof positive that our sweat and tears have not been in vain. When we look at these symbols of our victories, somehow we all walk just a little straighter, with our chests out; we ' re walking proudly for we are proud, proud that we, the class of ' 59, have brought glory to our school and to ourselves. ' y. r =? Class of 1957 Judy Braman — Working in Fort ' .iyne, Indiana Maurice Barlerr — Tri-State College, Angola, Indiana Ray Brown — Tri-State College, Angola, Indiana Catherine Broxon — School of Nursing, St. Joseph Hospital, Fort Wayne, Indiana Mike Erickson — Indiana University, Bloom- ington, Indiana Alvin Eatinger — Shell Station, Angola, In- diana Jean Crain — Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan Paul DeRosa — Notre Dame University, South Bend, Indiana Louis Chiricotti — U.S. Army Sharon Crain — Mrs. David Field, Angola, Indiana Carol Collins — Mrs. John Campbell, An- gola, Indiana Tom Priest — Michigan State L ' niversity, East Lansing, Michigan Connie Dygert — Mrs. Anton Cather, Bloomington, Indiana Jim Maxwell — Valparaiso University, Val- paraiso, Indiana Larry Eyster — Produce Manager of Kroger Store, Angola, Indiana LaMar Brown — Tri-State College, Angola, Indiana Vanda Musser — Mrs. Jack Landis, Angola, Indiana Judy Brown — forking in Fort ' ayne, In- diana Bonnie Gary — Mrs. Larry Deller, Home- stead, Florida Phil Rorick — U.S. Army Dave Griffin — U.S. Army Nancy Wood — Indiana University, Bloom- ington, Indiana Gaylon Myers — U.S. Coast Guard Margaret Field — Kaiser ' s Foodland, Angola, Indiana Gary Forbes — Taylor University, Upland, Indiana Jon Holtzman — Indiana University, Bloom- ington, Indiana Kenneth Hujlinger — U.S. Army Jerry Flart — U.S. Marine Corps Tom Hoffman — Ball State Teachers Col- lege, Muncie, Indiana Janice Laird — Mrs. Phillip Snyder, New York, New York Allen Kunkel — U.S. Air Force Dean Harter — Tri-State College, Angola, Indiana Barbara Rondot — Mrs. Robert Shupinka, Berwyn, Illinois Bob Lowther — Moriarty Pole Builders, Inc., Angola, Indiana Raymond German — Working, Angola, In- diana Judy Fair — Mrs. Gail Brauchla, Angola, In- diana Bill Johnson — Holtzman Hatchery, Angola, Indiana Janet Hantz — Working in Kalamazoo, Michigan Sharon McLeland — Public Library, Angola, Indiana Dick Finch — U.S. Marine Corps Doug Sharrow — Bowling Green University, Bowling Green, Ohio Marcia Short — Mrs. Jack Davis, Angola, Indiana Bill Sheets — Working in Florida Lucinda Newnam — At home, Angola, In- diana Tony Romero — U.S. Air Force John Shaw — Indiana University, Blooming- ton, Indiana Richard Steinke — U.S. Navy Richard Servis — U.S. Air Force Jim Wyatt — U.S. Army Gene Wcicht — ' eicht Funeral Home, An- gola, Indiana Ronnie Wuesc — U.S. Marines Judy Trich — Potawatomi Inn, Angola, In- diana Bill Stonecipher — U.S. Navy Phillip Wilson— U.S. Army Jean Wicoff — Milligan College, Johnson City, Tennessee Jim Hildebrand — Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio Ken Williamson — U.S. Air Force John Williamson — Ted ' s Men ' s Store, An- gola, Indiana Margaret Williamson — Mrs. Dale Cham- pion, Angola, Indiana Steve Mansfield — U.S. Air Force Paf e One Hundred S .v Class of 1958 Jean Albright — Indiana University, Bloom- ington, Indiana Dick Baade — Purdue University. LaFayettc, Indiana Keith Beechy — -U.S. Army Janis Brand — ' orking at Moore Business Forms, Angola, Indiana Anne Burns — Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois Rosalyn Burton — Cincinnati Bible Insti- tute, Cincinnati, Ohio Sylvia Butler — Butler University, Indiana- polis, Indiana Jerry Byers — U.S. Army Pat Collins — Mrs. Douglas Curtiss, Angola, Indiana Dale Dailey — Tri-State College, Angola, Indiana Karen Day — Studying Beauty Culture, Hammond, Indiana Richard Day— At Home, Fremont, Indiana Janet Deming — Mrs. Henry Firnhaber, St. Joe, Michigan Barbara Detar — Kaiser ' s Foodland, Angola, Indiana Steve Dickmeyer — Indiana University, Blo omington, Indiana Linda Eatinger — Mrs. Roy Ritter, Sturgis, Michigan Robert Eff — Rogers Drug Store, Angola, Indiana Jerry Fast — U.S. Marines John Fiandt — Ball State Teachers College, Muncie, Indiana Janean Freed — Mrs. Gene Craft, Angola, Indiana Beverly Greenamyer — Mrs. Ray Shiltz, New Philadelphia, Ohio James Griem — U.S. Army Gary Griffith — Purdue University, LaFay- ette. Indiana Tom Guthrie — Purdue University, LaFay- ette, Indiana Sharon Herendeen— Mrs. Lynn Huss, An- gola, Indiana June Kelly — At home, Angola, Indiana Steve Knox — Purdue University, LaFayette, Indiana John Keller — U.S. Army Ann Kugler — Telephone Office, Angola, In- diana Norma Law — Stephens College, Columbia, Missouri David MacFadyen — Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, Massachusetts Jack Miller— U.S. Marines Patti Pettit — Working in Chicago, Illinois June Priest — Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan Bob Prior — Weatherhead, Angola, Indiana Nancy Randolph — Ball State Teachers Col- lege, Muncie, Indiana Barbara Raney — Rogers Drug Store, An- gola, Indiana Karen Reese — Manor Beauty Shop, Angola, Indiana John Rorick — Mann ' s Body Shop, Angola, Indiana Barbara Rowe — University of Illinois, Ur- bana, Illinois Mary Schrider — University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky Beth Selman — St. Mary ' s College, South Bend, Indiana Carol Skove — Western Michigan College, Kalamazoo, Michigan Ann Slanina — Catherine Dress Shop, An- gola, Indiana Eddie Smith — Hamma Feed Store, Angola, Indiana Dave Southern — University of Miami, Mi- ami, Florida Jane Strong — J o u r n a 1-G a z e t t e. Fort Wayne, Indiana Donna Somerlott — Redmond Factory, An- gola, Indiana Sandy Van Wagner — Mrs. Bernard Rose, Fremont, Indiana Jim Walcutt — U.S. Navy Jean " illibey — Purdue University, Lafay- ette, Indiana Bill Wright — Ball State Teachers College, Muncie, Indiana Pa iji ' 0 ;i- Hundred Scicn Patronize Our Advertisers Telephone ABSTRACTS: Goodale Abstract Company 151 AUTOMOBILE DEALERS: Imported Motors Inc. Economy, Sports, and Luxur) ' Cars 65 8 Steuben County Automobile Dealers ' Assn. Angola Motor Sales 5 56 Bob Lamoreaux Pontiac Sales 20 Al Lonsbur} ' Garage 3 50 L. G. Maxton Sales, Inc. 182 Ed Sellgren Buick Co. Inc. 444 Steuben County Motors Inc. 98 AUTOMOTIVE PARTS: Automotive Paint and Supply 539 Golden Auto Parts — 275 Western Auto Associate Store 421 BAIT STORES: Fishin ' Hole, Lake James BANKS: Angola State Bank 188 First National Bank of Angola 1 BARBER SHOPS: Clark ' s Barber Shop Corner ' s Barber Shop Fisher Barber Shop B EAUTY SHOPS: Beauty Clinic, 510 S. Wayne ......833 Manor Beauty Shop 577 Rainbow Beauty Shop 467 Styl-ette Beauty Salon, Hudson ....Ashley 204-W Vi ' s Beauty Shop, Hudson Ashley 49 BOAT LIVERIES Cinder ' s Motor Service, Crooked Lake BOOK STORES: Munn ' s Book Store 5 34 BOTTLERS: Angola Bottling Works 9182 BOWLING ALLEYS: Tri-State Lanes, Dave Yarian Telephone ...522 CAR BODY SHOPS: Folck Body Shop 27 Mann Body Shop 3 CIGAR DEALERS: C. A. Nedele Sons Wholesale Tobacco, Candy, Paper 256 CLEANERS: Angola Dry Cleaners 438 McBride ' s Dry Cleaning 277 COAL COMPANIES: Angola Brick and Tile 25 5 CLOTHIERS: Jarrard ' s Men ' s Store 197 Strock ' s Men ' s and Boys ' Wear 129 Ted ' s Men ' s Store 483 CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES: L. O. Moriarty Pole Builders, Inc. 5 55 Waite Construction Co. Lorin Waite -.8129-X Vernon Waite 157-X DAIRY PRODUCT COMPANIES: Page Dairy Co. 21 Sunrise Dairy 426 DAIRY EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES: Meyers Dairy Service 633 DENTISTS: Dr. C. B. Anderson 71 Dr. Lcif Steenerson 6 DEPARTMENT STORES: J. C. Penney Company 47 Pa e One I Inn J red Ilv ht Patronize Our Advertisers Telephone DRESS SHOPS: Angola Dress Shop 8 Catherine Ladies Shop 164 Harman ' s Ladies Shoppe .,.- 171 Ritter and Ferry Ladies Apparel 28 8 Telephone FARM IMPLEMENTS: Alwood Tractor Sales 617 Boots Farm Service 809-J Chard Implement Company 659 Covell Implement Store 83 Oliver Sales Company 298 DRESSED POULTRY: Kay ' s Dressed Poultry -119 FIVE AND TEN CENT STORES: W. R. Thomas 5c to $1 Store 83 5 DRUGGISTS: Kratz Drug Store 147 Rogers Drug Store, Walgreen Agency 3 07 Willis Drugs 23 FLORISTS: Throop Florist .310 FROZEN LOCKERS: Angola Frozen Locker Storage 44 ELECTRIC SHOPS: Foutz Electric Supply 3 6 Shaw Electronic Supply 291 FUEL OIL DISTRIBUTORS: Cities Service Oil Co. 194 Sheets Oil and Gas Corp. 66 FACTORIES: Moore Business Forms Inc. 920 Redmond Company, Inc. .8 3 8 Weatherhead Company 18 5 FUNERAL DIRECTORS: Klink ' s Funeral Home 362 Weicht ' s Funeral Home 321 FEED STORES: Hamma Feed and Supply Feeds, Seeds and Garden Supplies 99 Steuben Countv Farm Bureau 701 FURNITURE STORES: Swank Wayside Furniture 1 Mile North on U.S. 27 199 Wilder and Sanxter Furniture Company Furniture, Floor Coverings, Westinghouse Appliances 246 FILLING STATIONS: Dowell ' s D-X Service Station 810 Goodwin ' s 66 Station 422 Noll Brothers Service Station, Hudson . Ashley 89 Pleasant Lake Phillips 66 Service Station ___.. PI. Lake 2UI5 RoUie ' s Sunoco Service 9157 Ron ' s Standard Service Station 738 Schaefifer ' s Standard Service 9159 Walston Bros. Shell Service ..9178 Woody ' s Hy-Flash Service Station 62 5 GARAGES: Al Lonsbury ' s Garage and Wrecker Service ....3 50 Shorty ' s Machine Shop --- 386 GROCERY STORES: August Food Market, Pleasant Lake PI. Lake 2622 Kaiser ' s Foodland Super Market 3 56 Lake Side Grocery, Lake James 8189-J Model Food Market . " . 3 89 Puf c One Hundred Nine Patronize Our Advertisers Telephone GIFT SHOPS: Fred Smith, Gifts and Greeting Cards 90 Telephone LAUNDRIES: City Laundry and Dry Cleaning 532 GRAIN ELEVATORS: Strock ' s Elevator, Hudson Ashley 26 LUMBER COMPANIES: Angola Lumber Co. 117 Daniel Shank Lumber Co. 26 GUN SHOPS: Compliments of Bill ' s Gun Shop -908 HARDWARE STORES: Gamble Store 466 Hudson Hardware, Hudson Ashley 57 Moore ' s Hardware, Pleasant Lake ..__P1. Lake 3105 Seagly Brothers, Hardware, Appliances Bulk and Bottled Propane Gas Service 208 Wilhamson Co. Hardware 169 MOTELS: Lakeland Court, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Thorp 8191-X Tri-State Motel 916 Webster Motel 831 MUSIC SHOPS: J. Q. Smith ' s Music and Hobbies 526 Rippe Music Studio 543 HATCHERIES: Holtzman Hatchery .705 NEWS STANDS: G K News Stand ..__.200 HEATING SUPPLIES: Howard Dodge Son, Premier Heating, Pleasant Lake ..„ ...PI. Lake 2954 OPTOMETRISTS: Dr. M. J. Blough 505-L Dr. R. C. Snook .635 HOME EQUIPMENT STORES: Hosack ' s, Since 1915 Electrical Appliances .106 PAINT COMPANIES: Economy Wall Paper and Paint Company ...272 Reese ' s Paint and Wallpaper Store 524 HOTELS: Hotel Hendry INSURANCE AGENCIES: Jacob Insurance Service 102 Nagel Insurance Agency 8129-Y JEWELERS: Liechty Jewelry 322 Tuttle ' s Jewelry 3 J KIDDIE SHOPS: Kiddy Korner _ .675 Lucille ' s Kiddie Shoppe 313 PHOTOGRAPHERS: Cline ' s Picture Shop 10 Gentry Photographic 234 Moreland ' s Modern Portraits 100 PHYSICIANS: Compliments of Dr. M. M. Crum 3 33 Compliments of Dr. Knight L. Kissinger 261 PLUMBERS: Selman Heating and Plumbing 72 Herschcll Deller Son, Plumbing, Heating and Electrical 191 Paf e Otic Hundred Ten Patronize Our Advertisers Telephone PRINTERS: Reflector " Your Friendly Shopper " V. A. Honett, Publisher 163 Steuben Printing Company Printer of this Annual 29 PROPANE GAS: North State Sales, James Baker PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANIES: Northern Indiana Public Service Company ____ 14 RADIO EQUIPMENT AND PARTS: Lakeland Radio and TV Supply 70 REAL ESTATE DEALERS: Casebeer and Arnold, Real Estate Brokers -750 Ralph J. Steffan, Realtors, Farm City, and Lake Property, and Business Opportunities 238 RESTAURANTS: A V Drive-In, William H. Stych ___ 177-X Bassett ' s Restaurant .221 Cardinal Cafe 9 199 Christy ' s Coney Island 91 J6 Dixie Restaurant 684 Duke ' s Snack Bar 112-X Mayfair Restaurant 9293 Morris Restaurant 51 North Wayne Restaurant 690 Palace Restaurant _ 9290 Sandy ' s Drive In 698-L Top Flat Drive In 801 Town House 82 5 Varsity Cafe 9 1 9 5 Wellman ' s Grill 9280 SCRAP METAL DEALERS: Norm Bossell ' s Standard Iron and Scrap Metal Co., Auburn Auburn S48-W SHOE STORES: The Bootery Fashion Shoe Store 904 126 Telephone SHOE REPAIR SHOPS: Angola Shoe Repair Shop Louie ' s Shoe Repair Shop SIGNS: Mitchell Sign Service 594-L SKATING RINKS: Skateland, Verl and Lurline Holly, Props. -8 09-L SPORTING GOODS: Stohler ' s Sporting Goods and Hardware . 627 Van ' s Sport Shop 109 STOCK YARDS: Johnson Stock Yard, Daily Market 593 TAXI STANDS: Courtesy Cab, Avis-Rent-a-Car 296 TELEVISION SALES AND SERVICE: Arkwright ' s TV, Motorola TV and Radios 398 Mike ' s TV Sales and Service 915 Star Television Sales and Service 719 THEATRES: Brokaw Theatre 11 Strand Theatre 63 TIRE SALES: Newnam Tire Service 377 TRUCKING COMPANIES: Expressways, Inc. 8 WREATH COMPANIES: " ' Rogers Wreath Company 24 YARDAGE STORES: Angola Yardage Shop 108 Pagt ' One Huinlrcd Eleven _-»»s- Hendry Park School Hendry Park is Angola ' s very new and very modern school building. The high school athletic department, track, football and basketball teams have used some of its facilities. The spacious all- purpose hall has been the location of a number of social activities for the high school students. It has been the scene of proms, parties and other programs. The beautiful halls and classrooms at Hendry Park are also a joy to behold. Pleasant Lake School The Pleasant Lake School building is the one where many of our present students attended their first years of high school. It holds many wonder- ful memories for them. This year our freshman basketball team held practices in the Pleasant Lake gymnasium and that means much to these boys and their coach. Autographs PiJ ' jc One Hundred Thirteen Autographs Pa c One Hundred Fourteen Autographs Pngc One Hundred Fifteen Autographs J ' a, e One HuiiJrctl Sixteen
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