Angola High School - Key Yearbook (Angola, IN)

 - Class of 1972

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MM w f ■ ■ P " : i L ' • m 1 i i M 1 f Ahi f fOlOhP l F ad No individual knows what it is really like to live until he can say or experience these great verbs of life: I am, I know, I feel, I can, and I complete. Life is but the proc¬ ess or learning through daily experience the meaning of these verbs and acquiring the personal power of each. i ' rfuj ' Poiu6 i fdetdifcj flAyseflfr Otke cd 5 I fOtow Th Pout i tfr Uast v Facts 7 I I Fed . . . lkb POht i tcv Bypdctitv Uij BtoiottiMS rfi Powv to ydilMb Om j Acamplksk TctbQjb of Cowfewts AcacIfiMtCS ... 12 SW cfc U ... 26 Cfowses ... 66 Sfxwfe . . . 104 Actors . . .122 Jmtfovt l-figh ... 164 Co n Kuiuty . . . ig£ S uO ' i Dt cfccvuj . . . 202 ACduifittwCS • • • f L xuv 13 Eogfesk Defyjyiiwwfc QkowS Exciting Mfiuv Ckftuges Tktt kojv The English department of An¬ gola High School has undergone a major change this year. For the first time, all courses have been only one semester in duration, providing more variety and inter¬ est to students with more English classes to choose from. The high point of the year for speech students was the Rotary Speech Contest. A 5-10 minute speech on “Freedom in Democ¬ racy!” was required. The winners from our school, Sally Hammel and Bruce Zeiger, won the county championship by default On March 8th, the 7th and 8th grades had a Spelling Bee. 8th grader Julie Bledsoe won when she correctly spelled “append¬ age.” Another 8th grader. Candy Bush, was runner up. County com¬ petition took place on March 25. Upper Right: During a freshman English class Miss Counterman speaks with Bill Wilder, Bruce Hull, Dave Kaiser and Kirk Flanigan. Lower Left: Mr. Brayton, 8th grade English teacher, helps a student. Lower Right: Mrs. McKeever explains some composition rules to Dana Clark. Upper Left: Mr. Dougherty assumes a classic pose while considering a student’s question during World Literature class. Upper Right: Connie Bobay gives her required presentation in Speech I in the form of a dramatic reading. Lower Right: Sue Goudy gets all dolled up in order to create a total effect for her portrayal of a Raggedy Ann doll in Mr. Servis ' Speech I class. 15 Qtwhids Fii ulltictb Ou Rvteigw L igu C| Btduuvces Tketo iCnowfadge . Top Left: Mr. Farvers ' class is always a noisy riot. Top Right: Mrs. Cook is drilling French into her students. Left: Miss Grubb is trying to reach across the language J barrier to her students. Above: Mrs. M Spoolstra keeps her students interest. A er bf Betters 7W1 Uiufe tsfaWittg, fictWuces Di i ewfc Aspects tk WoM Every year brings new ideas and faces to an old high school. This year to aid our foreign language department we have added Miss Grubb for German and Mrs. Cook for French. Both teachers have made an effort to make the languages they teach more interesting. Besides German and French, all the students have a chance to take also Spanish and or Latin. Spanish is taught by Mr. Farver who is in his second year of teaching at our high school. Latin is taught by Mrs. Spoolstra who keeps the Latin club active with new and exciting happenings. For the first time in the history of An¬ gola High School, the different language departments made an effort to explain to the junior high students about the various languages. By doing this the teachers hope to expand the interest of languages at AHS. Above: Miss Grubb while teaching also enjoys picking up and grading papers, being friendly with her students, and dis¬ cussing German assignments. Above Bot¬ tom: Mr. Farver teaches a fifth hour class of a lively bunch of Angola High School students. AHS Teachers Are: Spanish — Mr. Farver, German — Miss Grubb, French — Mrs. Cook, Latin — Mrs. Spoolstra. 17 Day Tup to W sfuwytcwt , Qbuul lkotck tS, fl kb VoAtoitim 1 Qckool In Oct. the senior Government classes left Angola for Baer Field, from which they flew to Washing¬ ton, D. C. for a one day whirlwind tour of that city. Students from Columbia City and Heritage toured the capitol with our A.H.S. group directed by Mr. Burnau. The tourists sat in on sessions of both the House and Senate. They also met Congressman Roush and saw the Capitol Building, White House, Smithsonian Institute, etc. Everyone thought the trip was worth making. Upper Right: Mr. Burnau and Mr. Sirk, Social Studies teachers, go off to take a well earned coffee break during a busy day. Lower Left: Seniors file into Government class in room 302-303. Lower Right: Mr. Burnau working at his desk in the History room. 18 Above: Student teacher Miss Lash is learning by doing while teaching a Senior Govern¬ ment class. Lower Left: Mr. Nesbitt and his class studying diligently during a work period in U. S. History, required during the junior year. Lower Right: Another U. S. History class taught by Mr. Simon. M ifi , £ci tc CEdSses ok yi-IQ Qbimgtkeiv Owv SWewfc’s Abifoty ttv Think Math and Science classes again this year made Angola’s students ability to think increase through homework assignments, tests, and discussions. The Math department, with male teachers Mr. Dygert and Mr. Hammel, and female teachers Mrs. Kile, Mrs. Thalls, Mrs. Boyer, and Mrs. Schubert offer students a change to reach their goals in Math. The Science department in¬ creases and soon will have new faculites. Right: Mr. Wright’s fifth hour Chemistry class seems to be enjoying their free time during Science. Bottom: Assistants are taking a breather. 20 Top: Mr. Hammels makes use of the overhead in his math class. Top Right: Mrs. Kile and Mrs. Avery discuss a classroom topic while students look on. Left: Mr. Dygert is helping Greg with a challenging math problem. Top: Rich studies. 21 i Right: Mrs. Buse supervises in the kitchen. Center Left: Clean-up is part of learning to cook. Center Right: Mrs. Trennepohl gives helpful advice to these young seamstress’. Bottom: Cooking is only part of Home Ec. These girls are waiting to eat. Do they look hungry? 22 F ., I ' d Students fuc rveAJSe f Cnowledqe , Skills Tk ' tougk Field Tups, Class Projects Again the A.H.S. Home Ec. classes held a style show, under the direction of Mrs. Buse, Mrs. Hippensteel and Mrs. Trennepohl. Girls modeled fashions from maxi to mini, formal to informal. The art classes have made many accomplishments this year, which helped brighten the cafete¬ ria walls and the display cases. Many thanks go to these deserv¬ ing students. Above: Seniors Jacky Bryan and Claudia Chapman display their artwork which they made under the guidance of Mr. Robinson. Lower Left: These art students are busily working on their projects to strengthen their natural ability and skills. Lower Right: Mr. Robinson assists Tom Brown in constructing a macrame wall hanging. Macrame is the art of weaving knots to form geometric patterns. 23 i A W £. Qbudetck Qbuj (gcj(! tcv D eveftop ihefa HAuSicciJ! ctiul PfiysicojR Abtes Students have a need to devel- ope in other ways from regular learning. They can round out their education with singing, playing an instrument, or developing their physical abilities. The Music Department is widen¬ ing to make more opportunities for students to develope aside from playing at football games. The Marching Band received a first at NISBOVA. Miss Siebold and Mr. Frisinger do a fine job in planning all of the concerts and making each one even more inter¬ esting and enjoyable. Forming a mental mind is im¬ portant but just as important is the physical body. Exercise, with sports and all types of physical abilities, is stressed by the Physi¬ cal Education Department. Above: Mrs. Hill is trying to help the Freshman girls sight read. 24 Aa 4 n By r . Aji , jt. ijkjfc. a ■L. 0 " Above: The Freshman girls are enjoying their vocal class. Right: Smiling Mrs. Bar¬ tholomew always makes gym classes en¬ joyable for junior and senior high stu dents. Left: The boys in the advanced gym class know that keeping in shape is essential. Above: The girls find that gym class is a good time to talk with friends. 25 Upper Right: Mr. Thompson, business teacher, Mr. Osborne, and Robin Os¬ borne check some typing work. In the background, Mr. Vaughn, another busi¬ ness teacher, speaks with a visitor. Upper Left: Students improve their typing skills on the electric typewriters in one of the typing rooms. Lower Right: Students in an Auto Mechanics class get practical ex¬ perience working on cars in the A.H.S. shop. Lower Left: Mr. Thompson enjoys a moment of relaxation at his desk in one of the typing rooms on Angola’s third floor. I i 26 tiulustdoA A te Qwb Bu$t ies$ Cfosses L xuv Basic QkiMs (p Fuiu te OlV fw ItloSbu OJii L The Industrial Arts and Business departments carried on their vital role in preparing young people for jobs in the working world this year. In Industrial Arts a wider variety of courses were offered. This may have been the stimulus which caused a greater number of girls to take classes in this area than ever before. As in previous years, the Graphic Arts class printed the school newspaper, and the Draft¬ ing class took first through fifth places in the Tri-State Drafting Contest. The Business Law class staged an incident in Psychology class and then held a trial as a project. i Above Top: Mr. Stevens, Industrial Arts teacher, instructs junior high students in the basic skills used in Mechanical Draw¬ ing. Above: A class of freshmen work on their projects in the shop for a Woods I class. 27 1972 FftCu% Mrs. Aplin, Eng. Mrs. Bartholomew, P.E. Mrs. Bendezu, Sp. Ed. Mrs.Brayton, Eng. Mr. Boyer, Math Mr. Burnau, Soc. Stu. Mrs. Buse, Hm. Ec. Mrs. Clark, Sci. Mrs. Cook, French Miss Counterman, Eng. F ' m i wf wLJj Mr. Dougherty, Eng. Mr. Dygert, Math Mr. Farver, Spanish Mr. Fiandt, Soc. Stu. Mr. Frisinger, Band Dr. Mr. Goodwin, Soc. Stu. Miss Grubb, German Mr. Heier, Gr. Art, I.C.E. Mrs. Hippensteel, Hm. Ec. Mrs. Houlton, Lib. Mrs. King, Bus. Mr. Krebs, Mech. Dr. Mrs. Kyle, Math Mr. Maugherman, P.E. 28 Mrs. McKeever, Eng. Mr. Moeller, Sci. Mr. Nesbitt, Soc. Stu. Mr. Nichols, Band Mrs. Owens, Eng. Mr. D. Robinson, P.E., Health Mr. Rodman, Sci. Mrs. Schubert, Math Mr. Shutt, Ind. Art Mr. Servis, Eng. Mr. Scott, Eng. Mrs. Siebold, Choir Mr. Simon, Soc. Stu Mr. Sirk, Soc. Stu. Mrs. Sisler, Psych. Mr. Snyder, Sci. Mrs. Spoolstra, Latin Mr. Stevens, Ind. Art Mr. Thalls, Bus. Mr. Thompson, Bus. Hm. Not Pictured: Miss Doub, P.E. Mr. Hammel, Math Mr. N. Robinson, Art Mr. Sniadecki, Ind. Art Mrs. Thalls, Math 29 Gut icutC CounseiW Piooidb f-teUpfrxIl £ wic t CWewts The Guidance Department is a great help to the students. Mr. Jim Fleming works with Mr. Shock helping students with their sched¬ ules. They have a sympathetic ear for any student that feels the need. They also help in the choice of colleges. Miss Lautzenhiser works with the Junior High. She helps the seventh and eighth grades with their many problems. Mr. Fleming helps a student with her schedule. Mr. Shock socializes in the hall 30 Qpjyud upji, Qufxtwtsort, xtuL Qc koob Nua$ CUwimjuu Wo th cdb QchooH Mrs. Avery Mrs. Cox Mrs. Fulton Mrs. Lowe Mrs. Moore Mrs. Swank looks as if she has just lost someone under the table! Mrs. Reade Miss Sanders Mrs. Stokes appears to be busy. Mrs. Dygert issues a pass. 31 Adtoriiuffrcoiiotv A ctUv p tooides Qujcce sfr J! L eadM kip Mr. Harold A. DeNoon and Mr. Harry Kelly again show interest and leadership for the students of Angola High School. They have worked hard to make the school year successful. Also providing fine leadership this year were Mr. Floyd Mc- Cutchan and the entire school board. The school board has done a decent job. This year has also seen many new changes. The addition of new rooms and improvement of others will improve the school greatly. Activity Day became a fantastic production of mini-courses. Also, many new courses were added to the curriculum. Left to Right: Mr. Thomas Simons, Dr. Burdette Hall, and Mr. Mark Peterman Donald Mason, Mr. Lawrence Klink, Mr. are Angola school board members. i 1 32 ■■■■■ Mr. DeNoon Principal Mr. Kelley Vice-Principal Mr. McCutchan Superintendent 33 i Cocks CotdlmO Cofa Q uflCto At an evening graduation ceremony, Floyd Deetz presented Izora Call, Irene Chilcote, and Maxine Nagler their high school diplomas. These three cooks went to night school and finished their high school educations. Cooks: Left to Right: Marguerite Harter, Ruth Anspaugh, Izora Call, Hariet Means, Irene Chilcote, Ida Malston, Lila Allen, Maxine Nagler, and Floyd Deetz. Carlton stops working for a chat at the Guidance office. Maxine Nagler, Izora Call, and Irene Chilcote proudly display their diplomas. ■. Bus Drivers, Left to Right: Ross Holman, Jesse Greenamyer, Hollis Fisher, Jim Swift, ■ Clarence Bal, George Schalk, Charles Libey, Johne Erwin, Carl Waymire, George Coney, j Maynard Landis, Neomi VanMeter, Janice Nilson, Clifton Nilson, Donelda Austin, John 1 Greenamyer, Helen Linnemeier. Not Pictured: Duane Rose, Keith Hanselman, Louis Ball, i Don Anstett, Herbert Moore. Maintenance Crew, Left to Right: Carlton Erwin, Bob Gebhart, Leonard Hughes, and Tom perman. Not Pictured: Les Shelton and Charles Brown. 35 4 ' sV Qbuufaidb Life . . . 36 i Ptepowaitou (pso CjwfA Couwfoy, FootbcJW Pays t v Cotnp kitiotv 1 1 38 39 40 U(meb lUcuidutiQ Bawl, Potw-Pow QvJk Wtw PVist at MIQBC A 41 Ati olta S JPAjnuj ik , 42 Qfji ut HAcbk f4oMCo vutiCj Qujcce sfrd! " rfwougfv £tdv W ek iuL vr. t ir war. 43 44 F oM Pfidty QliOU)$ TmuS 1 O ' PudtuAA 4 QckooQ C0 6 OOto 45 WUd v Qp(ydt — UAestfowg, Syt»uiAsttcs, B ctsk tbcM lActhb J 46 it M idb (jO Augodfo f-fom t Fans During Wltri i Uowtks » 47 fCtug NoptuMb i« Uncfe ' ioaact Pctfictce f-fas Bdast at tf i CWsttvww BaM I 1 48 FT PxCQKUMf), Peopfe UoJz ClvutfotoM JoyOuS 51 52 Acfewtfaj Clubs, One- Act Pf ys, Cowocatims AM CcWA’s QcheduJlg 53 Uovtcfi 10, Day (ft v Otudeufo; Day Feu hv Out ' -o Cfktewot ' 54 I-g omS (wAj Qj Might of Fun Whew GvJs A$k Boy$ to the Qou lpj f4cwhui Dctwco £W|® Sfc P ' Ji P ' V 0 f jH IjKflK f Mm BtWP : If Kfek 1 v ...— F? A HflKJk jihrMf xHIMB ' ■ A 1 1 i H 1 l., 6 U f p fl WL1 55 C yUng Takes t Sfxwfe Ouidoms Agctiw 57 Cpiiug Vocab Cbwwdb, Bcuut CottEwjoye by A6 58 59 DattCfc, CMwJOCo£tiw , P(!cty Gum Qtudetch s ChowC ttv Aw wk Day QbuA flJb Wo ik 61 BuSy Junior OtMfe Pto+w ity Edtfk 1972 Ve6A , Bfc Re wW e tfi i ' by SWfiwft iw Futu ifc, PftCuiW by P ' Mldpjdb, JoW 62 63 64 CeacMS temcb Lotig Awaited Goal Alfa Fo wvYma oJbAM.G. l ' ] 65 I Associate 67 Q ido ' ts OdowCto Bctcl ott lWi FhwaR Yfecw 4 Classes, Sf wte, Dftitces, Sheila Anderson Rosalind Arbuckle Lou Ann Archbold David Arnett Richard Artz ! Dinah Baldwin Jerry Banta Mike Bassett Bruce Beattie x. mk Senior Class Officers Are: Sue Goudy, Secretary-Treasurer; Mr. Servis, Sponsor; Elaine Keplinger, V-President. Not Shown: Jerry Rosselot, Presi¬ dent. PtiewcU, GWuafc low at AM.C. Gary Bender Paul Birchman Connie Bobay Phil Boyer Esther Bruner Chris Bryan Jaclyn Bryan Laura Budd Senior Varsity Football Players During the 1971-72 Season Were (front) Jon Parrish, Burce Zieger, Terry Shumaker, Mark Moore, Rick Penix, Chris Cauley, (back) Neil Flanagan; man¬ ager, Jeff Folck, Jerry Banta, Gary Darnell, Gary Smith, Jim Dahl, and Paul Birchman. 69 Gail Bumgarner Linda Burch Terri Bush Cindy Call Gary Carr Kathy Carr Denny Carrick Claudia Chapman TT ’Ed 70 Robert Christen Denise Chrysler Dana Clark Glenda Cleverly Gene Coffey Larry Concus Carolyn Cook Derold Coveil Cyndi Crain Tim Crooks 71 l. Julie Duguid Randy Elliott Tammi Erwin Vicki Evans Lu Ann Eyster Celestia Firestone Neil Flanagan Dave Foglesong 73 Jeff Folck Robert Fought Steve Franze Connie Fulton Linda Goldinger Sue Goudy Larry Greenwalt Cindy Griffiths Sharon Hagewood Jim Hale 74 Patricia Hall Sally Hammel Diane Hanson Tim Hasselman Kim Headley Marilyn Heier Deborah Hensel Allan Hentzell 75 76 Jill Kennedy Elaine Keplinger Deborah Kerr Cathy Knecht Voula Kontou Tim Kraft Debra Kratz Gary Leininger Randall Lewis 77 Leslie Libey Connie Lovell Roger Lytle Vicki Maier Randy Mann Marjorie Markiton Richard Martin Robert Martin Joan Maugherman Joyce Maugherman Kathryn McCormack James Meek 78 Diane Metz Vickie Miller Randy Mills Reid Mocherman Rita Mocherman Ruth Mocherman Barb Monroe Mark Moore Steve Mudrack Neal Murden Pam Myers Sharon Myers Becky Opliger Robin Osborne Diane Pardue Jon Parrish Rick Penix [ t Linda Pentico Tom Powers Chris Presley Cheryl Randolph 80 Cathy Shumaker Terry Shumaker Randy Skaggs Gary Smith Pamela Somerville Ed Sova Steve Spallinger Cindy Sparks Judith Spoolstra Debbie Stackhouse 83 Beverly Taylor Jayne Thomas Jacquelyn VanWagner Vonda Varner Reginna Steele Ginny Stevens Marjorie Stokes Kevin Strock Melanie Walcutt Janet Wall Carol Waltmire Jack Wang Sheila Whitfield Ernest Wilcox Patricia Wilcox Steve Wilson Nancy Word Linda Yates Bruce Zeiger Sandy Zerby 85 Junior Look F{muW © Uosfc Getuo Yeow afc A.f-f.G. Junior Class Officers: Dennis Mow, vice- president; Jackie Hubler, sec.-treasurer; John Nelson, president; Mr. Burneau, Spon¬ sor. Elaine Almond Galen Anspaugh Cynthia Anstett Bruce Ayers Trudy Babcock Robert Ball Beverly Barnes Linda Bassett Renee Beard Mike Berry Patricia Bird Todd Bledsoe Dennis Bobay Alice Bowden John Bower Donna Boyd Anita Brown Gloria Brown Thomas Brown Dennis Brubaker Beverly Bruner Barney Bryan Dan Burris Lyle Call 86 Mary Carrick Kevin Cary Kay Chard John Clark Rick Cleckner John Clifton Randy Coffey Mike Colbart Julie Dahl Candy Deller Sharlee Deller Dave DeMara Ron Eddy Brad Emerick Dale Erwin Judy Erwin Debbie Eyster Alan Fanning Bill Fee Ed Flaegal Vickie Foster Rolla Frisinger Lori Fulton Sherry Gaffin Bruce Gibson Jodee Glenn Rhonda Goings Jim Guthier James Haack Susie Halderman 87 Greg Hamilton Linda Hantz Dave Harphman Jane Hershberger Toff Hill Jody Hoffman John Hornbrook Jacquelyn Hubler Pam Huffman Todd Jones Charles Klink Rhonda Knecht Irene Konrad Terry Lansacter Dave Light Patricia Lincoln Jan Lininger Doug Lovell Mike Martin Linda McCrory Sue McKeever Michelle Meek Bill Milhollin Lucinda Miller Mindy Miller Brad Moore Leslie Morrow Mary Morton Dennis Mow 88 Deni Mudrack Gary Myers Joe Neff John Nilson Vicky Nix Patti Oberlin Dan Olis Connie Ordway Larry Orewiler Thad Orten Ron Parker William Parnin Karen Penick Sheila Penick Nancy Penix Rosemary Porter Lynn Ridenour Ripley Ridenour Connie Rosselot Sandy Rowe Sandy Rupert Gale Ryan Marda Sailor Tom Sanborn 89 Kenny Sapp Sandy Skaggs Dawn Scott Violet Scott Tom Sell Lorain Senger Martha Sheets Kirk Schock Leland Short Carolyn Silberg Dave Somerlott Brian Spurgeon Eugene Steele Reginald Steele 91 CopkotnOteS FuiuAft as Being Juniors lA EtA tta Coming of Sfxwft Events, Ptoms, CAub Acfewfees, PiieWs Being Together Officers: Rhonda Clausen, Vice President; Diane Douglass, Secretary; Dave Newnam, President of the Sophomore class. 1 4 Hr i Nila Armstrong Debra Arnett Sandra Austin Richard Baad Cheryl Beck Karl Beer Albey Bentley Pat Bentley Don Bledsoe Elaine Bratton Linda Burton Robin Bush John Carney David Carr Karen Carson Cindy Champion Vince Clark Rhonda Clausen David Cleverly Todd Coggeshall Dale Cope Larry Cope Rebecca Cope Jeff Counterman 92 Roberta Crain David Cuneo Debbie Day Tom Dirr Diane Douglass Danny Eyster Lonnie Fifer Jim Firestone Gina Fisher Linda Foglesong Danny Friskney Marsha German Lilli Gonser Mary Hale Jan Hall Danny Hammel Randy Hammond Kirk Hancock Ronald Harter Charles Hastreiter Chris Heier Lynn Higbee Richard Hill Donna Hilton Cheri Hinman Doug Hoffman Linda Holse Juanita Hornbrook Darrell Johnson Randy Julian Frank Kahn Susie Kelley Merry Kennedy Max Kerr Lisa Kilgallon Mike Kintz Mike Klebe Vicki Klink Carol Knapp Dan Koomler Danise Kratz Dennis Kyle Dwight Lanman Jody Lavengood Donald Light Janet Lincoln Lonnie Lonsbury Beverly Lytle Jeff Martin Floyd Mason 94 Kenneth Mason Julie Maugherman Ken McCormack Cindy McCrory Jim Means James Meek Gail Merillat Debbie Meyer Bob Meyers Marcelia Miller Karen Millikan Carleen Mocherman Tina Mortorff Doug Mose r Dave Newnam Jim Neuenschwander Kelly Nichols Sharon Nunally David O ' Neal Steve Osborne Debbie Parker Scott Parrish 95 i John Penick Ed Petry Jack Potts Janice Richards Jarretta Richards Ruth Richmond Tim Rothrock Melody Ruckel Brenda Rudolph Greg Sanders Susan Schmidt Mark Scott Cindy Sharrow Mary Sheets Gayla Short Jill Simons Particia Slack Stuart Smith David Snyder Arvilla Stackhouse Brad Staup Reed Steele Neva Stoy Rick Strang Kimberly Straw Doug Summers 96 Richard Taylor Charlene Thobe Susan Tilbury Eric Trier Beth Tubergen Susan Van Cleave Pam Van Wagner Cheryl Vilders Robert Wappelhorst Elaine Warstler Meredith Wattson Jordan Wells George Whipple Bill Wilder Julie Wisner Marcy Wisner Laure Word Ken Yates Steve Zerby i 97 Ptosft Rfiuieu ' Post Y ojv of f-figk Qckoob Byp u vces, Beittg AMta ttv Marianne Arbuckle Dave Armstrong Richard Aronen James Atha Anthony Bal Annette Barton Greg Beer Mark Belt Rita Bobay Greg Bodeen Cindy Book Mark Branning Officers: Jeff Romine, Student Council; Anthony Bal, Student Coun¬ cil; Mike Peterman, Pres.; Ron Wenzel, V-Pres.; Jean Rowland, Stu¬ dent Council; Lian Gaffin, Student Council; Mr. Moeller, Sponsor. John Bright Pat Brown John Bryan Lelia Baurrell Kerry Butz Tom Campbell Jennifer Canan Lester Carpenter Rick Carrick Cindy Caswell Tim Chapman Ray Chrysler Mike Clancy Elizabeth Clester - Joiw Cckool CUs, Uusfo Contests, Cpwds Teams Sally Coggeshall Greg Colbart Deborah Coney Deanna Crain Joan Crimmins Frederick Cripe Jeff Crooks Cynthia Cummings Robert Curtis Rebecca Davidson Ron Day David Deller April Disbro Bill Dove Debbie Dowell Randy Dygert Chelle Dygert Bill Eyster Kirk Flanagan Luann Ford Sheri Foster Denise Franze Lisa Gaffin Cindy German Glenda Gibson Randy Gill Vicki Glenn Jennifer Golden Mike Golliff 99 Suanne Gorrell David Graves Shirley Green Jeff Gurzynski Mike Hackett Betty Hancock Debbie Hatfield Carrie Haugh Kim Hill Gay Holcomb Kirk Holcomb Amy Holderness Mary Holmes Roberta Holmes Lorrie Horny Burce Hull Scott Jenkins Susan Johnson David Kaiser Carol Karst Mike Kauffman Cheri Knuth Rebecca Lehman Ken Leslie Gary Lewis Debbie Light Mike Lougheed Priscilla Lauer I 100 i 1 Christal Lytle Larry Maier Karen McKeever Jeff Mead Cynthia Means Renee Meek Ron Metz Debra Meyers Rick Mick Linda Miller Mary Monroe Teresa Morin Phil Moser Dani Lou Mowry DeWayne Myers Gary Neuman Jeff Newnam Sam Nicholson Rebecca Nix Karen Oliver Larry Oberlin Todd O ' Neal Sheri Osborne Roger Parker Andrea Pastor Cheryl Pavy Deborah Payne Cindy Penix Mike Peterman Ken Peterman Kim Potts Debbie Proehl Jose Manuel Puga Craig Ralston 101 Susan Randolph Arthur Reichardt Richard Reissig Jeff Ridenour Jeff Romine Melody Roush Mark Rowe Jean Rowland Jerone Sauter Cindy Schnetzler Darlene Schock Daryl Schock Larry Schott Richard Senger Louis Senneville Greg Sevits Kasandra Sherburne Rose Shumaker Debbie Sikes Jan Simons Mary Slaybough Bill Smith Jeff Smith John Smith Lynette Snyder Tom Sova Kevin Spurgeon Tim Stoy Pam Strang Jacky Straw Teri Strawser David Stroh Alan Stultz Diane Swager 102 Cindi Taylor Teresa Thomas Karen Van Wagner Craig Wall Dan Weber Barb Webster Jcdi Wells Ron Wenzel Jack Wetzel Pamela Whipple Cindy Wilcox Gary Wilcox Mike Wilcox Roberta Wilkerson Randy Wilkins Lindsay Williamson Debbie Willibey Larry Willig Jeff Willis Connie Wyatt Marla Yoder Beth Zieger 103 f PCMttlCtfXife First Row: Neil Flanagan, Jon Parrish, Jeff Folck, Jerry Banta, Bruce Zeiger, Terry Shu¬ maker, Mark Moore, Rick Penix, Jim Dahl, Gary Darnell, Gary Smith. 2nd: Kirk Flana¬ gan, Karl Beard, Brad Moore, Todd Bledsoe, Dave Somerlott, Randy Coffey, Tom San¬ born, Mike Wenzel, Jeff Rumsey, Paul Birchman, Al Fanning. 3rd: Ken Yates, Don Bled¬ soe, Dave Newnam, Bill Fee, Dennis Mow, John Nilson, Barney Bryan, Brad Emerick, Chris Culley, Kirk Schock, Mike Klebe. 4th: Dwight Lanman, Randy Hammond, Dan Ham- mel, Lonny Lonsbury, Scot Parrish, Kevin Meek, Vince Clark, Ken McKormick, Jeff Count¬ erman, Dennis Bobay, Stan Atha. Vtdt dcuS f-lowets Tumph Oppomds The team will be relinquishing many outstanding seniors this year, including Jerry Banta and Gary Dar¬ nell, who won NEIAC second team positions as running back and offen¬ sive tackle respectively. Replace¬ ments for these seniors and others won’t be easily found; but with the excellent coaching staff Angola con¬ tinues to maintain and the pride founded by a winning football team, next year’s season should be excep¬ tional. Gary Smith, this year’s kicker, av¬ eraged 39.6 yards. He was also fourth highest man on defense with 73 tackles. Dave Newnam (above) the quarterback, with the unequaled coaching of (right) Mr. Hammel and Mr. Sirk, led the team to a 5 and 4 season record. Dave had 456 yards rushing and was the second highest ground gainer on the team. 106 Dave Newnam (above) accounted for 560 yards passing, completing 37 of 108 attempts. Jerry Banta (left) rushed for 1039 yards and piled up 79 tackles on defense. VARSITY FOOTBALL 1971 _ 1972 Angola 0 8 18 26 0 31 6 7 7 47 Opponent Jamboree 0 South Adams 0 DeKalb 12 Lakeland 28 Garrett 25 Bluffton 12 Praire Heights 7 East Noble 0 Bellmont 20 Northridge 6 The Hornet offensive line (above and right) blew holes in the opponent’s de¬ fensive lines to help amass 1782 yards rushing. They also gained 110 first downs to the opponents 80. The Bees gained a lot of yardage with both their running and passing attacks. The Bees improved as they mended their defense and refined their offense. B-TEAM 1971 Prairie Heights won East Noble lost DeKalb lost Garrett lost Eastside won Garrett tied Front: Scott Parrish, Lonnie Lonsbury, Brad Emerick, Kirk Schock, Bill Fee, Randy Coffey, Jeff Counterman, Vince Clark. Middle: Randy Hammond, Danny Hammel, Dennis Bobay, Kevin Meek, Jeff Rumsey, Brad Staup, Ken McKormick. Back: Mike Klebe, Dwight Lan- man, Kirk Flanagan, Stan Atha. 108 Beft-T i owA QcuUv Eyp uet tc The Freshmen were hampered by the lack of members to compose a good bench. The Frosh relied on their passing attack. FRESHMAN 1971 Garrett Lost East Noble Lost Eastside Lost DeKalb Lost Lakeland Lost Execution is a vital part of an offense. Front: Kerry Butz, Scott Jenkins, Bill Smith, Ron Day, Ron Wenzel, Jack Wetzel, Ray Chrysler, Bill Eyster, Jeff Smith. Back: Jeff Willis, Roger Parker, Lindsey Williamson, Darrel Shock, Mike Lougheed, Dave Deller, Mark Branning, Ken Peterman, Stan Atha. 109 Couwbuj TttJtw Qkou S F botnu b The 1971 Cross Country sea¬ son saw a much improved team with much improved record. This improvement was due to both a maturing squad and the presence of new members who added depth to the squad. The team’s outlook for the 1972 season is strong because the team will lose only Ridenour and Concus to graduation. Stomm (below) and Steele (above) were one and two for Angola. Varsity Cross Country: Bottom: John Carney, Eugene Steele, Randy Dygert, Reed Steele, LaVon Stomm. Top: Charles Dygert, Coach, Larry Concus, Buzz Steele, Dennis Kyle, Greg Ridenour, Ron Parker. Angola 26 Hamilton 31 Angola 34 Hamilton 21 Angola 44 DeKalb 17 Angola 32 Lakeland 23 Angola 15 Fremont 45 Angola 40 DeKalb 19 Angola 26 Garrett 29 Angola 36 Pr. Heights 21 Angola 28 Lakeland 27 Angola 29 Garrett 26 Angola 17 Eastside 39 Angola 26 Lakeland 29 Greg Ridenour was Angola’s third place runner. 110 TewuS Ike QohflS £yp u tic Tennis Team, Varsity and Reserve: Bottom: Tim Chapman, Anthony Bal, Richard Hill, Tim Kraft, Bob Bal, Bill Wilder. Top: Gary Bender, Toff Hill, Eric Trier, Jeff Newnam, Derold Covell, Tim Curtis, Mr. Tony Wright, Coach. The 1971 Tennis Team under went the first year of a painful learning period all teams must pass through after their beginning. Box scores and statistics do not give an adequate reflection of the much work that is required to build a team. Individuals that did well in the sectional and confer¬ ence action were Kraft and A. Bal, A. Bal and Wilder, and B. Bal and Bender, all in doubles compe¬ tition. «ppp m;mm% ■. 7 r v y, - ' H ' S ' j W+ S M : ■ r •ft it : k ■;. •, n. f {git • v Bill Wilder practices his returns. Angola 1 East Noble 6 Angola 3 Howe 6 Angola 1 DeKalb 8 Angola 4 Howe 5 Angola 2 East Noble 7 Richard Hill (above) and Anthony Ball (below) typify the many hours spent in preparation for their individual perform¬ ances. ill Tim Kraft added experience to the team. Youag Bo k tbcM 7k w f-fctS Discou wjtgiag Vfecw The Hornets had a dismal bas¬ ketball season this year. The Hor¬ nets finished with a disappointing 1-19 season. The team members worked hard and were really bet¬ ter than the record indicated. Reid Mocherman, the only re¬ turning letterman, led the young team in nearly every category. He also provided the leadership that the younger players needed. It was only right that Reid, because of his great season, was chosen MVP. Towards the end of the year the Hornets showed much im¬ provement. They played good ball and were just barely defeated by such teams as Concordia, West Noble, and Garrett by slim mar¬ gins. Reid Mocherman led the team in scoring and rebounding. He scored 371 points and pulled in 226 rebounds. VARSITY BASKETBALL Angola 71-72 Opponent 59 Eastside 74 45 Bluffton 74 61 Howe 86 45 Columbia City 88 45 New Haven 91 41 DeKalb 88 46 West Noble 90 52 Garrett 90 53 Churubusco 58 69 Bellmont 92 66 Prairie Heights 51 64 Northridge 102 56 Garrett 82 41 East Noble 89 63 Leo 85 42 Lakeland 64 50 Carroll 71 46 South Adams 80 63 Concordia 76 52 West Noble 60 77 Garrett 82 Top Row: Mike Wenzel, Dennis Mow, Todd Bledsoe, Karl Beer, Reid Mocherman, Bill Milholin. Bottom Row: Dave Newnam, Danny Hammel, Darrel Covell, Joe White, Bob Ball, Bruce Gibson. | ■IIMIITTI MtU m 1 P r Above: Dave Newnam. Above Left: Danny Hammel. Left: Bill Milholin. Below Left: Karl Beer. Below: Reid Mocherman. They were the starting line-up most of the time this year and look to be much im¬ proved next year. 113 Be Tmiw f-fas 0 7-13 Coaton Angola B-TEAM 1971 -72 0pponent 50 Eastside 30 45 Bluffton 42 63 Howe 21 42 Columbia City 46 34 New Haven 48 39 DeKalb 35 45 East Noble 49 54 Lakeland 48 32 Churubusco 42 40 Bellmont 48 51 Prairie Heights 32 33 Northridge 45 37 East Noble 58 51 Leo 50 51 Lakeland 59 40 Carroll 48 33 South Adams 51 34 Concordia 64 43 West Noble 39 Don Bledsoe was big under the boards. Top Row: Coach Maugherman, Jack Wetzel, Don Bledsoe, Ken Peterman, Jordan Wells. Bottom Row: Mike Martin, Bill Wilder, Lonnie Lonsbury, Ken Yates, Randy Hammond. Lonnie Lonsbury and Jordan Wells pro¬ vided much of the firepower for the B- Team. 114 Ptes(uuew Vcductb s N S? Nf , Back: Mike Peterman, Graig Ralston, Fritz Cripe, Dan Weber, Jeff Willis, Mr. Thompson. Front: Craig Wall, Jose Puga, Dave Deller, Larry Willig. Mike Peterman was a consistent player. Jack Wetzel was the leading rebounder. Ken Peterman was the Frosh ' s top scorer. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 1971-72 Angola Opponent 34 Lakeland 42 36 Garrett 52 49 Howe 27 35 Eastside 41 29 Carroll 54 45 Prairie Heights 17 43 Churubusco 59 45 East Noble 46 36 Eastside 38 22 DeKalb 60 39 East Noble 49 33 Leo 49 45 Central Noble 61 46 Garrett 68 43 Hamilton 45 115 Varsity: Front Row: Dan Burris, John Penick, Jim Guthier, John Clark, Greg Sanders, Randy Coffey (above) 185 had 6 wins Mark Moore. Back Row: Gary Darnell, Barney Bryan, Al Fanning, John Nilson, Gary and 4 losses this past season. Weber, Rick Peni. Al Fanning (above) 167 had a 16-5 record and a first in the sectional. His quickest pin was 50 seconds against Hammond of Prairie Heights, (below) Greg Sanders 1 26 had a 3-10 season’s competition. Barney Bryan (above) 185 had a 6-9-1 record, third in sectional, (below) Mark (above) Mark Moore’s most outstanding win was 14-0 over Brown of DeKalb. His score for his first at sectional was 5-0. (below) Overall the varsity team had 75 wins, 60 losses and 4 draws. Eyp u ticed Qh up Pottodtab (ft Pvkwub The wrestling team will be los¬ ing four seniors, two are well known Rick Penix MVP winner, Mark Moore, first place winner at sectional. The other seniors, Gary Darnell heavy-weight, 9-7, was quite valuable in team spirit and attitude. Terry Shumaker 155 had a winning season 7-0 this year. Underclassmen Gary Weber 145 4-8-1, John Clark 126 8-7-1, and Penick 105 2-12, helped drive the team to a winning season. VARSITY RECORD 1971-1972 Angola Opponent 26 Howe 29 37 Edgerton 24 24 Lakeland 42 35 DeKalb 30 16 Concordia 42 9 Bellmont 54 20 New Haven 38 41 Prairie Heights 8 50 Howe 5 55 Eastside 12 24 South Adams 42 27 East Noble 30 Mark Moore (above) broke down oppo¬ nents physically and mentally, swiftly de¬ feating them. The varsity (below) finished 4th in the NEIC. Greg Sanders (above and below) at the 126 pounds sophomore had good strength and endurance this past year. He promises to help lead the varsity next year. Wiestk ti Grv m ft . ' f,- i ■% . mm ■ V ■■ . : ,’JP Rick Penix (above) continually placed op¬ ponents in near pin positions all year. These five wrestlers represented A.H.S. in the regional tournament. (left to right) Rick Penix 1 32 with a 17-2 season, first in sectional (3-0). Jim Guthier 119 with a 12- 6 record, second in sectional (2- 1). Mark Moore 138 with a 15-4 season, first in sectional (3-0). John Nilson 155 with a 13-5 re¬ cord, first in sectional (3-0). Al Fanning 167 with a 16-5 season, a first in sectional (3-0) and fourth in Regional (1-2). 118 (above) Rick Penix attempts to pin a New Haven opponent. Randy Coffey (right) at 1 85 will help the team next year as a heavy weight. k A A ■ j Angola Opponent 18 Howe 0 6 Edgerton 9 18 Lakeland 15 4 DeKalb 18 9 Concordia 18 9 Bellmont 21 21 New Haven 18 9 Prairie Heights 6 6 Eastside 0 18 South Adams 0 9 East Noble 21 Bee Team (left to right) Scott Parrish, Paul Gilbert, Vince Clark, Richard Hill, Kirk Schock, David Szeman, and Randy Coffey. (below) The varsity bench looks on as one of their members wrestles to a vic¬ tory. 119 Young Gy wnftsts Qhoup QpinlJb and Dfite umnafeon Dating Dt lcu b kojv The Varsity Gymnastics Team consisted of five freshmen, four sophomores, and one junior. The team record relates a losing sea¬ son but this does not give suffi¬ cient credit to the hard work that went into individual meets. Individ¬ ually the team looked strong with freshman Ron Wenzel; sophomore John Carney, and junior Bill Fee placing at several invitationals and the sectional. Junior High Members: Roy Preston and Dewane Morin gained experience. VARSITY RECORD 1971-1972 Angola 62.26 Wabash Opponent 75.64 67.44 DeKalb 71.76 66.85 Hillsdale 68.76 56.9 Portland 60.6 73.07 Elkhart 109.68 58.36 Jimtown 93.52 55.1 Hillsdale 66.35 44.2 Heritage 67.9 61.38 Concord 90.10 61.98 Heritage 97.75 67.67 DeKalb 87.20 67.67 Jimtown 103.12 67.67 Crown Point 117.82 75.70 South Bend Adams 86.58 71.00 South Bend Adams 82.69 71.00 Madison Heights 97.47 Varsity Gymnasts: Anthony Bal, Ron Wenzel, Randy Dygert, Bill Fee, Ron Day, John Carney, Mark Scott, Reed Steele, Ed Petre, Scott Jenkins, and Caroll Nesbitt — Coach. Freshmen Scott Jenkins (above) and Jim Myers (above) and Reed Steele (be- Randy Dygert (below) were valuable new low) participate in the free-ex event, additions. N 120 Ron Day proved to be valuable in vault¬ ing. Freshman Ron Wenzel was the team’s all around man. Bob Johnson (above) and John Carney (below) were one and two on the side horse. Mark Scott showed promise on the rings. Bill Fee was one of two returning letter- men. Ed Petre worked solely on the tramp. Reed Steele was second on floor ex. 121 f-fowefe BulM fa fcjijMiPj Wttt v Youthful GquaeL BASEBALL 1972 Angola Opponent 4 Central Catholic 22 1 Concordia 11 2 Garrett 4 3 Prairie Heights 7 2 Concordia 11 2 Lakeland 16 2 Columbia City 7 12 Bluffton 5 9 Hamilton 4 7 Garrett 1 15 Coldwater 14 1 Dekalb 11 5 South Adams 4 0 Bellmont 4 3 New Haven 5 2 East Noble 5 Chris Cauley is determined to get a hit. 1st Row: R. Parker, J. Guthier, J. Banta, M. Moore, C. Cauley, J. Folck, S. Mudrack, T. Sanborn, B. Milhollin. 2nd Row: L. Lonsbury, D. Hammel, D. Summers, D. Olis, J. Wells, V. Clark, S. Zerby, D. Newnam. 3rd Row: R. Kunce, F. Kahn, S. Atha, K. Peterman, M. Peterman, A. Bal, M. Goliff, P. Moser. 4th Row: Maugherman and Henney. Ron Parker (above) and Tom Sanborn (below) were the leading pitchers on the varsity baseball squad this year. Since they are both only Juniors they will be back next year. The Hornet’s in action. Above: Bill Milhol- lin takes a swing. Upper Left: Dave New- nam trots home. Left: Ron Parker goes into third. Lower Left: Ron Parker at the plate. Below: Coach Maugherman paces the third baseline. 123 Uowueb B ct ebcM 7 bctm Nos Kdtto Poudk Ji Qpmsovj Bill Milhollin made many good plays. Hitting was a continual problem for the Hornets during the 1972 season. The players on the bench give a lot of verbal help to the team. The Batgirls were a new facet to the baseball team. They did brighten up the game. 125 Losing Season , bttfc ChfamptiwS Will Return Above: Larry Concus set a team best in the 440 of 52.0 seconds. IL Above: Mike Berry long jumped for the team. Angola VARSITY TRACK 1971-1972 Opponent 29 Concordia 89 16 East Noble 102 20 Howe Invitational 232 44 Lakeland 74 51 Howe 63 42 Garrett 47 55 Eastside 62 22 Dekalb 96 46 Bellmont 72 51 Concord Relays Prairie Heights 67 34 Lakeland Invitational 168 Sectional participants — Lavon Stomm — mile run, Jordan Wells — 880, Randy Hammond — 440, Larry Concus — 440, Concus, 126 Hammond, Wells, Schock — mile relay, Todd Bledsoe — shot put. Above: Jordan Wells won individual races. Coach Snideaki made champions of ‘‘also rans,” they went to sec¬ tional. Above: Al Fanning ran high and low hurdles with times of 1 7.5 and 22.2 respec¬ tively. Varsity: (front) M. Martin, L. Stomm, G. Jones, R. Steele, B. Smith, J. Puga, D. Graves, C. Wall, J. Haack, R. Hammond, D. Hoffman, (middle) D. Lanman, R. Chrysler, C. Ralston, R. Metz, G. Ridenour, D. Schock, D. Kyle, E. Steele, L. Con¬ cus, R. Steele, (back) Coach Snidecki, J. Wells, B. Fee, M. Berry, B. Bryan, K. McCormick, J. Counterman, L. Oberlin, D. Weber, A. Fanning, G. Darnell, T. Bled¬ soe, Coach Thompson. Above: The mile relay team on Concus, Ham¬ mond, Schock, and Wells ran a best of 3:38.0. Above: Jim Haack ran the 220 and on the 880 relay team. Below (far right) Mike Martin vaulted a best of 11.0 feet. (Right) Jeff Counterman and Dennis Kyle ran the mile. Below: Jordan Wells ran a 2:08.0 880 as a sophomore. He will be very strong next year. Below: Lavon Stomm changed from 2 Below: Randy Hammond a sopho- mile to mile, ran a best time of 4:43.0. more ran a 52.5 in the 440. Cowfewue U ttutX ig 1972 Hornet Golf Team went on as in previous years and again pulled through another winning season. It was a good season de¬ spite several losses, inasmuch as it indicates another good season in the making. Losing only two mem¬ bers to graduation, the future looks good for the remaining team members. M. Klebe, E. Petry, S. Osborne, K. Cary, K. Beer, S. Hull, J. Newnam, R. Wenzel, K. Schock, R. Frisinger, D. Coveil, B. Emrick, M. Wenzel, E. Trier. Senior Derold Coveil provided experi¬ ence and leadership necessary. Letter winner Mike Wenzel supplied the “Clutch” play needed. Brad Emerick contributed greatly. Wenzel retains his team position. Top Team Members: Covell, Emerick, Coach Brayton, Wenzel, Trier. Here, Trier shows a proper chip shot. ce P putting. 129 Ck yJk d tS, U..V.P. ' $ DiSjafi y QklMs And A Rfiu«We { Below: Most Valuable Players for fall sports were Cross Country: Lavon Stomm, Tennis: Tim Kraft; Football: Gary Darnell. Right: Bill Fee receives the M.V.P. award in Gymnastics. Below: (left) Eighth Grade Cheerleaders: Roseann Willig, Jeanne Fulton, Nancy Os¬ borne, and Sue Yates, (center) Seventh Grade: Heidi Baugherman, Trisha Bratton, Kathy Horman, and Becky Mick, (right) Freshman Cheerleaders: Cindy Penix, Jackie Straw, Debbie Willibey and Deanna Crain. Top: (left) Mr. Sniadecki presents the M.V.P. award in track to Todd Bledsoe. Most Valuable Players for winter sports were Wrestling: Rick Penix, Basketball: Reid Mocherman. Lower Left: Varsity Cheerleaders: Jackie Hubler, Pam Myers, Renee Beard, and LuAnn Eyster. Bee Team: Julie Maugher- man, Robin Bush, Debbie Day, and Jan Hall. AcfotffefiS . . . f BelWg 133 I-IOE-, ICB, tCT, Qtixd ids LpjOjwj otul Ect ui HOE, ICE, and ICT help stu¬ dents earn as they learn. It also gives them experience in the busi¬ ness world. They work with people not just papers and pens. Each student must also attend a class that is related to the busi¬ ness. These classes are run by Mrs. Crimmins (HOE) and Mr. Heier (ICE and ICT). Each student belongs to VICA. VICA sponsors various activities during the school year. This club sold caramel apples at the foot¬ ball games. They also held a ban¬ quet for the students and their employers. L-R: Karen Sanxter Sec., Keven Strock Treas., Nancy Sanborn Pres., Bob Johnson Pari., Janet Wall Rep. Judy Spoolstra at work with Bob Presi¬ dent at Angola State Bank. Above: Bruce Dilts with Mr. Shurburn and Nancy Beck with Mr. Newnam. above. Below: Mike Colbert with Mr. Louis Maxton. • Above: Brad Moore with Mr. Cleon Throop. Right: Chris Bryan at Cameron Hospital. m i Dick Martin takes Gary Kain’s temperature while Marie Hosack RN looks on. 135 Thespians Qbtfv B ' ttucj tcv A-W.C. Ou Viutety Stage i. Thespians or the school dra¬ matic club, promoted greater in¬ terest and knowledge in the as¬ pects of the theater. To become a member one must earn a total of 100 points. These points can be earned by working on anyone of the many areas in the production of a play. The activities may in¬ clude; set designing, makeup, lighting, publicity, costumes, or even acting. A formal initiation is generally held in the spring. The Thespian productions for this past year included: Up the Down Staircase in the fall, the One Act plays of; High Window and The Valiant, and Flowers for Algernon in the spring. Bob Johnson rehearses his part of Paul Barringer. Thespian Offices Are Held by the Following: Kathy Rose; President, Anita Huffman; Secretary, Esther Bruner; V. Pres., and Mr. Vaughn and Mr. Scott as Sponsors. The fall play of Up the Down Staircase, not only had a large cast of characters, but a crew of people who acted behind the scenes. 136 Above: A clever Christmas skit was given at a Thespian meeting. Tom Sanborn, as Santa, is being annoyed by his elves; Sally, Sue, Kathy, Elaine, and Voula. Below: Classroom disturbances were a frequent occurrence in Up the Down Staircase. 137 itifiSpiAwS fnittofe tigfiteew afc Eueautg Cfew vtduj Above: Julie Maugherman makeups for the part of Mrs. Nemur. Below: Todd is deeply involved in his character. 138 In this scene Tom Sanborn, Debbie McKnight, Jackie Bryan, and Kirk Holcomb recreated Charlie’s peaceful home in Flowers for Algernon. The newly initiated Thespian members from left to right are: Debbie Day, Cindy Dipert, Sue Goudy, Dinah Baldwin, Susan Johnson, Dan Koomler, Julie Maugherman, Laurel Morrow, Leslie Morrow, Dawn Scott, Cindy Sharrow, and Teresa Thomas. Hours of rehearsals readied students for their roles in Flowers for Algernon. UTWMUBlM MSPtt Barney Bryan addressed the new members, while the club officers listened intently. Above: A party given in Charlie’s honor ended in ridicule. Below: Sally Hammel, who portrayed the character of Alice, discussed her problems with the professor. Obudetcb Coututfl Qpot istws fljxd i v QujCC ss uA Qbudmt Activity Day The big project undertaken by the student council again this year was Activity Day. A wide variety of “mini courses” ranging from Knitting and French Cookery to Aeronatics and Primitive Living were offered. Lasting either three or six hours, these unusual classes made for an enjoyable day. Election week was marked by lots of original campaign posters hung up all over and an undercur¬ rent of excitement with some good natured rivalry leading up to the big day. Jim Haack, Pam Wet¬ zel, and Randy Coffey ran for the office of Student Body President, with Randy coming out on top in a close race. Gary Weber won the position of Vice-President eas¬ ily. Student Council president Gail Bumgardner discusses Student Activities Day in Council. Seniors get the first opportunity to choose from the widely varied selection of “mini-courses " while registering for Activities Day on the third floor. Student Council officers for 1971-72: Gail Bumgardner, Pres.; Mr. Servis, Advi¬ sor; Carolyn Cook, Secy.; Sharlee Deller, V.P.; Nancy Sanborne, Reporter. 140 Above: Gail Bumgardner gives her final speech, emphasizing the need for students’ par¬ ticipation in their government. Right: Randy Coffey gives his vote winning speech. Left: A study in repressed tension as the candidates wait to make their speeches. Below: Gary Weber, sole candidate for vice president, says to look beyond promises. P Y-7eeti5 CoWlafe Fum j fw ow Acftu PWwc£iu Y oa . The Y-Teen organization worked on many projects. On eve¬ nings after school, the girls would often visit people at the Nursing Homes. The club also sponsored clothing drives for the needy. Trick or Treating for Unicef had its re¬ wards and fun. Each year the club also has a Walk for Mankind. The key event of the year was the Christmas Prom. The theme was developed around King Nep¬ tune’s Court and was full of un¬ dersea world fantasy. Y-Teen cookies were made and sold as a money making project. The traditional candlelight initia¬ tion service was held in February. With the coming of spring, also came the time for the annual Pa- Ma-Me Banquet and the Seniors last good-byes at the Senior Swing Out. Above: This gaily ornamented Christmas tree was decorated by the Y-Teen organi¬ zation to brighten the main hallway. Right: Many hours of hard work and co¬ operation yielded a very successful Christmas Prom. Pictured Above are the Officers of the Y-Teen Organization: Sue Goudy, President; Jackie Van Wagner, Vice President; Martha Sheets, Secretary; Kathy Rose, Chaplain; and Mrs. Thalls, Sponsor of the Young Christian Organization. SOS .. M ■Sm % ,b •Mi ■ jjy. i ' 142 Pam and Karen demonstrated the danc¬ ing technique of the 1930 ' s at the initia¬ tion. With all of the clubs many activities, plans and preparations had to be made sometime. Y-Teen members listen intently to a proposed project during a typical meeting. Above: Donuts were made and sold by the organization at a booth at the Homecoming Carnival. Below: During the program of the initiation old music was brought back as the members were brought in. Many old and favorite tunes were played and discussed. 143 i -fi-Y, D uellop Qtudeuis’ ChctMvdb v Lectd tslup Again this year, the Hi-Y sent delegates to the Pre-Legislature, where Greg Hamilton ran for Speaker of the House. He was de¬ feated by a small margin, but gained experience from it. During the month of February, the Hi-Y celebrated the organiza¬ tion’s 50th anniversary. Present members, their fathers, and any old members were invited to the Sunday afternoon gathering. The month of May marked the Hi-Y picnic, honoring the old offi¬ cers. The outing was a thoroughly enjoyable experience for all in at¬ tendance. Above: A strong young man wields the hammer to release his inner tensions. Above: In the A.H.S. auditorium the Hi-Y officers listen intently while Pres. Todd Bledsoe discusses the club’s upcoming events and activities at an officer ' s meeting. Front Row: Dave Newnam, Treasurer; Todd Bledsoe, President; Gary Smith, Vice Presi- dent. Back Row: Mr. Rodman, Sponsor; Toff Hill, Chaplain; Vince Clark, Sgt. at Arms; ' Mr. Wright, Sponsor. 144 Left: Linda and Renee wait for refresh¬ ments. Above: Marjorie Stokes receives her N.H.S. rose. Above: Members pose for a formal shot during N.H.S. initiation ceremony. Angola’s National Honor Soci¬ ety completed a very successful past year. Though they are not a money-making organization, they raise money for a scholarship fund at A.H.S. On April 19, the senior mem¬ bers of the N.H.S. were taken to the Ambassador Restaurant for a meal, as guests of the Lions Club. Then at the school library 23 new members were initiated. The National Honor Society again this year sponsored the Sa¬ die Hawkins Dance held in the A.H.S. gym. This dance was en¬ joyed by all who attended. Above: The meaning of membership in the N.H.S. is explained by four senior members. Below: Miss Siebold, Sp; Cathy Kaecht, Secy.-Treas.; Kathy McCormack, V.P.; Jerry Banta, Pres. 145 i Letterman ' s Club Officers: Secretary, Mark Moore; President, Bob Johnson; and Trea- Mrs. " B.” talks to the Pep Club while Pep Club Officers: Treasurer, Pam Van Wagner; Vice President, Elaine Bratton; Presi- cheerleaders talk of other matters. dent, Mary Sheets; and Secretary, Mindy Miller. 146 Lefcfe uM w , Pep Chib AembeAS Bct uiedlkctlb Muck deeded L otiey The Varsity Club and Pep Club worked together to make the year a success. The Pep Club year was high¬ lighted by a basketball game pit¬ ting the female faculty against the Pep Clubbers. The Pep Club didn’t win in the 20-10 game but did make money. Their signs, pep ses¬ sions, and new cheers all made for a fun season. A Letterman’s Banquet high¬ lighted the Varsity Letterman’s Club year with the presentation of athletic awards and plenty of food to feed hungry men. The club strived to encourage friend¬ ship among athletes and promote loyalty and respect for athletics and the school. Mr. Sirk shakes off the water after a dunk¬ ing in the Varsity Dunk Tank. 147 1 4 f 1 if fi a • f iMi IV | « 1 ■ 1»J ■ J —MM j—■ G.A.A. Officers for 1972 are: President, Kathy McCormack; Vice Pres., Linda Bassett; Sec., Rhonda Goings; Treasurer, Karen Penick; Reporter, Susan Tilbury. Sharon Meyers, a three year veteran of G.A.A. competition, never loses her cool while she performs with ease and grace on the balance beam showing perfect muscle control. Susan Tilbury shows her skill as a tum¬ bler in a G.A.A. gymnastics meet at A.H.S. i Julie Dahl, star of uneven bars in G.A.A., qualified for state gymnastics contest. V ' j l 148 ike GAA Qcixm R cocjiufeow as ikeVo AccxmpOi luneids Qp xk ikemtselves The G.A.A. Club had an active, fun year once again. At the Dist. Gymnastic meet held at Leo High School, the team placed third out of the nine competing. Two girls went to the State meet represent¬ ing AHS: Julie Dahl and Robin Bush. The club went to see the U. S. Women’s Olympic Gymnastic Try¬ outs where the top 40 gymnasts in the nation pitted their skills against one another, held an awards banquet, had a camp-out, initiation, and even went on a ski trip. Jan Hall takes a flying leap during free exercise competition while the judges observe at one of the G.A.A. gymnastic meets held in the A.H.S. gym during the year. G.A.A. president Kathy McCormack conducts a meeting under the net in the gym during volleyball season and leads members in the discussion of a problem which seems to concern all. Sharon Meyers and Debbie Parker man the G.A.A. booth at the Homecoming Carnival. 149 Q unuCtM Club Becomes tnponiaub Pant LottCjuag Club £c t The Spanish Club sponsored the Powder-Puff Football game in which the underclass women de¬ feated the seniors 8-6. They also held a Spanish Fiesta on Feb. 19th and sold candy. A French Club Mardi Gras cos¬ tume party took place on the eve¬ ning of Feb. 15th in the cafeteria. French club meetings were more interesting with the presentation of special programs by members. The Roman Banquet, was held on Apr. 26th. New members were initiated and all dined “Roman style.” They sold small tool kits to finance the banquet and a gift to a local charity. This was the organizational year for the German Club whose purpose is to give members more exposure to German culture. In Oct. they attended a German din¬ ner held in Ft. Wayne, and then on Apr. 17th visited the German Consulate in Detroit. Above Right: Powderpuffers David Blos¬ som and Dick Martin. Below Left: Mrs. Cook cuts French Club’s Christmas Yule Log Cake. f naltiiBia s Bl i «tf n ■ « | it « t» H JS 4 M tl 0 4 tli M 41 « It 11 if as a h i Above: Spanish Club sponsor Mr. Farver and Jacky VanWagner, Secretary, Jerry Banta, Vice-President, Dinah Baldwin, Treasurer, and Bruce Zeiger, President. V ■ Left: German Club Secretary Sharon Myers, Sponsor Miss Grubb and President Bruce Hull. Above: Leslie Morrow while selling tool kits. Below: French Club Sp. Mrs. Cook, Pres., Dawn Scott, Sec.-Treas., Janice Richards. Latin Club Officers Center Right: Sec.- Treas., Roberta Crain, Prog. Chair., Reg¬ ina Steel, Sp. Mrs. Spoolstra, V.P., Chris Bryan, Sgt. at Arms, Randy Elliott, and Pres., Mike Bassett. Above: Miss Grubb confers with presi¬ dent Bruce Hull during a German Club meeting. 151 r Idms, N Te cW, owl ycvuLWo ' ik = Oujccess PubficoiUws Above: Keyleaders ready for the splat. Above: Julie Duguid, Art Edit.; Terry Lancaster, Exchange Edit.; Pam Myers, Assist. Bus. Below: Havoc among keyleaders. Edit.; Mrs. Aplin, Sp.; Rolla Frisinger, Sports; Sandy Rowe, Editor; Greg Hamilton, Fea¬ ture Edit. (Hornet Staff). Below: Yearbook carnival booth. s ' 152 The Hornet, the AHS newspa¬ per, continued much the same as last year, but this year under a new sponsor, Mrs. Aplin. The Cre¬ ative Writing classes along with the Graphic Arts classes wrote, edited, and published the paper under two editors, Linda Gol- dinger and Sandy Rowe. The Odyssey magazine, this year a true magazine, brought creative student writing and more photography into the hands of the students. Twenty-one extremely sleepy students arrived at Angola High School at 7:30 three days a week to publish the 1971-72 Key. Key Chairmen: Richard Artz, Gloria Brown, Gary Smith (Edit.), Lu Ann Eyster, Renee Beard, Brad Moore, Jackie Hubler, and Todd Bledsoe. Mr. Dougherty, Sp.; Sandi Zerby, Art; Rich Artz, Phot.; Claudia Chapman, A. Ed. (Odyssey Staff). 153 Above: At the F.T.A. Club initiation party, both members and initiates enjoy good fellow¬ ship with each other in the school cafeteria after the annual fall ceremony of initiation. Above: The Officers for F.T.A. This Year Were: Anita Brown, Historian, Linda Bassett, Treasurer, Dawn Scott, Secretary, Mrs. Schubert, Sponsor, Kathy Rose, Vice-President, and Gloria Brown, President. Above: Mrs. Buse, Co-sponsor of the F.H.A. adds a bottle of pop to the party punch. 154 F.TA and F.f-f L f-faoPy Fu«y and Oebltun s D(w iw 1 97 1 -72 Above: The Future Homemakers give a presentation of “The Night Before Christmas” during a winter meeting in which “eight lively reindeer” are directed by “Santa Claus” on the A.H.S. stage. The Future Teachers and Future Homemakers of America had an¬ other great year at Angola. The F.T.A. always had interest¬ ing meetings at which teachers spoke, or skits and plays were performed. Members can visit Hendry Park to observe classes. The F.H.A., whose club motto of the year was “To dare is to care ’ sold pennants at the foot¬ ball games, had a raffle at Home¬ coming, and in April had a car wash. Community projects in¬ cluded painting the playground equipment at the Firemen’s Park and making party favors for pa¬ tients at the County Home and hospitals at Christmas time. Above: Gloria Brown gives a one-person skit during the first F.T.A. meeting of the year. Above: F.H.A. Officers for the Year Were: Mrs. Buse, co-sponsor, Mrs. Trennepohl, sponsor, LouAnn Archbold, vice-president, Pam Beer, secretary. Penny Somerville, trea¬ surer, and Donna Shipe, president. 155 i Back Row: Cathy Shumaker, Sally Hammel, Barney Bryan, Ken McCormack, Jay Stevens, Tom Sell, Mike Berry, Mike Young, Todd Bledsoe, Dave O’Neal, Randy Skaggs, Bill Fee, Kathy McCormack, Jackie Bryan, Lori Fulton, Shiela Whitfield, Dawn Scott. 3rd Row: Sandy Skaggs, Sue McKeever, Linda Bassett, Bob Meyers, Galen Anspaugh, Jordan Wells, Ken Peterman, Kirk Flanagan, Bob Bal, Mike Martin, Jim Guthier, Lonnie Lons- bury, Rhonda Knecht, Debbie Eyster, Ingrid Dehn, Connie Fulton, Voula Kontu. 2nd Row: Diane Metz, LuAnn Eyster, Pam Wetzel, Janet Wall, Sheila Anderson, Dave Graves, Bill Wilder, Brian Spurgeon, Mike Peterman, John Carney, Randy Digert, Larry Willig, John Clark, Karen Penick, Trudy Babcock, Cathy Knecht, Esther Bruner, Colleen Merillat. Front Row: Sharlee Deller, Nancy Beck, Kathy Rose, Barb Taylor, Vickie Nix, Cheryl Randolph, Carolyn Cook, Anita Huffman, Patti Oberlin, Nancy Penix, Mindy Miller, Bev Bruner, Renee Beard, Debbie Kratz, Jacky VanWagner, Karen Sanxter, Debbie Hensel, Robin Osborne, Meridith Watson, Miss Siebold, Director. Senior musicians receive awards. 156 AWS ChoVi Britigs f-fotmb Ft t b, lAwch Ewjoyiwewt j yv Atufe t c After many funfilled hours of practice, the spring concert was the last for the seniors. The AHS vocal music depart¬ ment has remained extremely busy throughout the 1971-72 school year. The Christmas program was again this year termed a complete success. Along with the Swingals, vocal classes, and Jr. High Choir, the AHS Concert Choir presented some old favorites and with some of the more modern Christmas fa¬ vorites. April again brought the music contest at Homestead High School where the choir, girls vocal group, and the band all returned with first ratings. The AHS spring vocal concert presented easy listening and a va¬ riety of familiar show tunes. As a new innovation, the music department helped celebrate the total success of the year with a banquet and numerous laughs. AHS should be proud of the ex¬ cellent directors and music stu¬ dents for a job well done. The music department purchased new gray choir robes which the choir wears during the spring concert. Miss Siebold directs the AHS choir in an¬ other extremely successful year. 157 Pop selections and old favorites come from the Dixieland Band. Julie Dahl and Lori Fulton enjoy a pre¬ show conversation. Bob Meyers, solo, superior; Jean Rowland, Jennifer Cana n, Marianne Arbuckle, trio, excellent; Donna Hilton, solo, superior; Jacky Van Wagner, Cathy Shumaker, solo, supe¬ rior; Nancy Beck, trio, excellent; Rip Ridenour, solo, 2nd. Left: Merideth Watson, Karen Millikan, Jennifer Canan, Lori Fulton, Connie Fulton, Deb- bie Hensel, Vicky Nix. Center: Instrumentalists: Bob Meyers, Lonnie Lonsbury, Kathy Rose, Debbie Kratz. Right: Susan Johnson, Sue, McKeever, Sheila Anderson, Cathy Shu¬ maker, Julie Maugherman, Debbie Eyster, Nancy Penix, Barb Taylor. 158 Qtudenis Qpwcb Byhctj l-fowis Uv Qp ctoJb Ptacfeces Imj Uusic, Po w Pom In their portion of the Christmas concert, the Swingals revived some of the old favorites and presented some more modern numbers. Under the direction of Miss Sie- bold and Mr. and Mrs. Frisinger the 71-72 music and pom pon year can be termed a success. The Swingals presented musical programs for various organizations besides their music concerts. The Pep Band with half-time programs and Dixieland Band’s music brought audiences happi¬ ness. AHS Pom Pon Girls shared equal pride in their NISBOVA 1st. They and the Pep Band also par¬ ticipated in a contest, both taking 2nds. Back Row: Jill Simons, Cheryl Randolph, Cathy Knecht, Carolyn Cook, Gail Merillat, Donna Rowe, Betsy Zerby, Carolyn Silberg, Sharlee Deller, Susan Johnson, Linda Bas¬ sett, Susie Kelley, Julie Dahl, Rhonda Knecht, Lori Fulton, Marda Sailor, Sue Goudy, Sandy Skaggs. 2nd Row: Patti Oberlin, Rita Bobay, Jean Rowland, Denise Franze, Cindy Wilcox, Sandy Davis, Beth Tubergan, Cindy Penix, Anita Huffman, Bev Bruner, Jennifer Canan, Diane Metz, Debbie Willibey, Martha Sheets, and Deanna Crain. Center Front: Assistant Major¬ ette; Debbie Eyster, Head Majorette, Sandy Zerby. Music student Neil Flanagan directs the Pep Band. 159 Bowl UatcW CQa s B 1 $t, Uiufei Wuofes Ckcw i Potmtiol The A.H.S. Band really got things accomplished this year. During marching season, they earned a Class A rating at the NISBOVA Contest in Ft. Wayne and put on imaginative and enter¬ taining shows at home football games. A lot of time and effort are put into these shows, beginning with a summer band camp which gets ev¬ eryone into shape. Ask a bands¬ man why he marches to exhaus¬ tion and he’ll tell you that the sat¬ isfaction derived from being a part of a coordinated group is worth every drop of sweat. Tom Sell, drum major, experiences frus¬ tration that hot, hard workouts bring at Band Camp. Back Row: Bass, Kathy Rose; Tuba, Jay Stevens, Brian Spurgeon; Percussion, De- rold Coveil, Donna Hilton, Kirk Schock, Kevin Giant; Trombone, Ken Peterman, Dave Somerlott, Barney Bryan. Second Row: Baritone, Mike Peterman, Bob Mey¬ ers; Bassoon, Gloria Brown; Alto Clari¬ net, Linda Wannenwetch, Cathy Carr, Di¬ ane Douglas; Bass Clarinet, Susie Kelley, Ingrid Dehn. Front Row: French Horn, Margie Stokes, John Carney, Patti Ober- lin, Connie Fulton, Sandy Austin, Susie Schmidt, Jackie Bryan. 160 Back Row: Baritone Sax, Tom Sell; Alto Sax, Dave O’Neal, Bev Barnes; Director, Mr. Frisinger; Rhonda Goings, Anita Brown. 2nd Row: Alto Sax, Debbie Kratz, Randy Dy- gert, David Graves, Larry Willig; Cornet, Todd Coggeshall, Kirk Flanagan, Ken McC¬ ormack, Dwight Lanman. Front Row: Cornet, Suann Gorrell, Dan Koomler, Jim Guthier, Rip Ridenour, Elaine Bratton, Julie Maugherman, Galen Anspaugh. The Pompom Girls and Band team up to present a show consisting of tunes from the twenties; here forming a dancing stick figure on the football field during half time. Back Row: Flute, Bev Bruner, Leslie Morrow, Lori Fulton, Lori Fulton, Debbie Eyster, Esther Bruner, Rhonda Knecht. Second Row: Clarinet, Denise Kratz, Rhonda Clausen, Karen Millikan, Pam Wetzel, Linda Bassett, Beth Tubergan, Carolyn Silberg; Oboe, Di¬ nah Baldwin, Debbie Hensl. Front Row: Clarinet, Lu Ann Eyster, Cathy Shumaker, Neil Flanagan, Nancy Beck, Kathy McCormack, Carol Waltmire; Flute, Roxanne Sherburne, Jackie Van Wagner. Mr. Frisinger, band director, brings forth beautiful music from the more than 100 piece Concert Band during the Fall Concert held this year in the A.H.S. auditorium. The Angola Marching Hornet Band as seen after their opening selection at a game. The Junior High Varsity Band present part of the Fall Concert directed by Mr. Frisinger. 16 1 I Itamy Qtud d s Witfi Pi££ Tumm f -feQp Faculty as Ikacke i S Assisfccunfe I i I Ik Front Row: Julie Dahl, P.E., Diane Metz, P.E., Pam VanWagner, P.E., Donna Rowe, P.E., Deni Mudrack, P.E., Jacky VanW¬ agner, P.E., Mike Peterman, P.E.. Back Row: Ken Peterman, P.E., Linda Burton, Health, P.E., Lori Fulton, P.E., Jody Hoffman, P.E., Shery Gaffin, Ind. Arts and P.E., Jan Lin¬ coln, P.E., Jo Hornbrook, P.E., and Mark Scott P.E. Front Row: Carol Sattison, Business, Jill Ken¬ nedy, Library, Patty Wilcox, Business, Vickie Shephard, Library. Back Row: Marjorie Markiton, Library, Steve Wilson, Library, and Steve Romine, Library. Front Row: Rhonda Clausen, Office, Anita Huffman, Office, and Donna Shipe, Span¬ ish. Back Row: Rick Penix, Spanish, Cindy Sparks, Office, Leilah Burrell, Office, and Randy Hammond, Spanish. 162 Front Row: Shirley Lehman, Library, Roberta Crain, Library, Deth Donigan, Library, Debra Meyers, Science, Becky Oplinger, Library, Debbie Kratz, Science and Music, Mary Hale, Science, and Kathy Rose, Music. 2nd Row: Brenda Rudolph, Library, Charlene Thobe, Library, Tim Kraft, Science, Craig Wall, Lib., Marjie Stokes, Health and Sci¬ ence, Julie Duguid, Art, Roxanne Sherburne, Science, and Dawn Finch, Library. Back Row: Ron Eddy, Science, Gary Weber, P.E., and Science, Dan Koomler, Music, Bruce Hull, Science, David Cuneo, Art, Arvilla Stackhouse, Art and Sue VanCleave, Art. Front Row: Barb Taylor, English, Mark Moore, English, Alice Bowden, English, and Violet Scott, English. 2nd Row: Carolyn Cook, Eng., Cathy Knecht, Eng. Back Row: Bruce Zeiger, Eng., Karl Beer, Eng., Tom Sell, Speech, Brad Emrick, Eng., and Dave Newnam, English. Front Row: Diana Shipe, Business, Eng. and Home Ec., Penny Somerville, Home Ec., Neva Stoy, Home Ec., Candy Deller, Health, Jackie Hubler, Ind. Arts, and Roy Preston, Shop. 2nd Row: Gina Fisher, Health, Jane Hershberger, Home Ec., Linda Bassett, Ind. Arts, Cindy Sparks, Home Ec., Sharlee Del¬ ler, Ind. Arts, and Daryl Shock, Shop. Back Row: Cathy Shumaker, Home Ec., Pat Hol¬ land, Health, Jan Hall, Health, Jerry Banta, Shop, Jeff Counterman, Shop and Charlie Hastreider, Health. 163 Jutufvt f-fig[v . f BftCjUi W s£m 1 165 ■ UHMI C u dtv uxde fiJ up FftagW T htdquM o£ Gckool Ufa This Year the Officers for the Seventh Grade are: (left to right) Mike Martin, Sec¬ retary-Treasurer; Bruce Smith, President; and Butch Bush, Vice President. Sponsors are: Mr. Goodwin and Mr. Krebs. I 4 « •«!« • «» M • «■ «», »• »• 1 fll plllil i Wendy Arbuckle Eric Babcock Tony Bailey Darlene Beck Mark Beck Penny Benton Todd Birchman Heidi Bowerman Mark Bradburn Patricia Bratton Laura Buchnam Bill Bumgarner Debbie Burch Harold Bush Debbie Campbell Sarah Canan Kelle Carney Cheri Carpenter Jeff Champion Andrew Chaudoin Curt Clester Donna Coney Patty Cope Kim Cope Spark Counterman Steven Crain Cindy Crimmins Tom Crisp Julie Deitz Jodi Deller The Junior High Football team put on ' a ' good showing this past year by winning ev¬ ery game but one. Future years may see these young players at the top of the con¬ ference. Debbie DeLucenay Diane DeMara Judy Douglass Mike Dowell Martin Dygert Renee Dygert Sherri Elliott Dennis Eyster David Field Rebecca Ford Rick Foster Carrie Fraley Kathy Frye Stacy Fulton Shelly Gaff Ford Gibson Kelly Glenn Bruce Golliff Ray Green Rosanna Green Diana Hall Sherry Hamilton Serena Hammond Mary Hancock Steven Hauck David Headley Lynne Hemrick Debra Herman Steven Hershberger Mike Holmes Susan Holman Cathy Horman Jeannine Huffman Susan Hull John Hutchins Kathleen Hutchins Denise Johnson Rick Johnson Teresa Johnson 167 I I I Tim Johnson Brad Karst Angie Kent Donald Kent Scott Kilgallon Gale Kline Rita Kline Bruce Klink Tammie Klink Kathy Knapp Kevin Knapp Edward Konrad Douglas Krantz Frenche Kunsman Greg Lahnum Polly Lehman Laura Lincoln Kim Lovell Duncan Mac Rae Lynn Malloy Mike Martin Billy Mason Brian Mason Cindy McKnight Mark Meston Perry Meyers Rebecca Mick Terry Miller Betty Monroe Frank Morton James Murden Denis Myers Jayne Nicholson Pat Nunally Steve O’Beirne Linda Oliver Jon Parker Rex Parrish Stephen Pavy James Pearson Arnita Petre Jim Powell Janet Powers Judy Presley Larry Radabaugh 168 Danna Rakestraw Linda Randolph Carl Reichardt Jason Rumsey Doug Sanders Art Sattison Linda Sattison Barbara Schalk Robert Schmidt Jan Schumaker David Sevits Phillip Shaw Sally Shearer Carl Short Bobby Simmons Barbara Sisler Linda Slaybough Burce Smith Richie Smith Dale Snyder Judy Snyder Linda Snyder Renee Spurgeon Kenny Stokes Randy Strang Gary Stroh Pam Stultz John Swiniuch Dave Szeman Steven Taylor Jim Thomas Beth Van Wagner Mark Van Wagner Robbie Van Wagner Charles Vilders Randy Walsh Dennis Wenzel Brent Whitcomb Larry Wilcox Lores Wilcox Kevin Willibey Mark Willis Carla Wilson Jeff Zimmerman Karen Fuhrman 169 Eioj(cfcfi Pm 1 td Fuitw w Ft t Yfecw f-figfi CckooQ Cheryl Andrew Steven Anstett James Antrup Sue Austin Rhonda Beck Martha Beer John Benac Dean Berry Gene Berry Jean Bledsoe Julie Bledsoe Tracy Bledsoe Heidi Bloom Debbie Blum Joe Bowerman Mike Braman Doyle Brock Jody Bryan Kenneth Burris Candice Bush James Carney Mark Carpenter Terry Carpenter Jeff Castleberry Phyliss Caswell Julie Caywood Susan Chrysler Craig Clark Jill Clark Scot Clark Dickie Cleckner Carl Coburn David Cole Paula Colbert Rhonda Collingsworth Lorna Conley cfcwttes gW tees • a • « • • Wttff 111 0 rrm M ' il . Fred Covell Mark Croush Peggy Dailey John Damron Mark Darnell Pat Davis Kevin DeLucenay June Dolan Tom Donaldson Beth Donigan Tom Dove Ricky Dowidat Officers: Craig Clark, Vice President; Kelly Mote, Treasurer; Candy Bush, Secretary; Jeff Castleberry, President; Mr. Scott, Mr. Fiandt, Sponsors. S Mfsijtf? Mi Wi a 4 ML ' ft p |l| 7 iwk ■ Mike Eberhart Brent Emerick Lonnie Erwin Susie Fee Dawn Finch Mark Foglesong Chip Folck Linda Fowler Jeannie Fulton Chris Funk Jim Gall Harley Gibson Paul Gilbert Laura Goings Tony Green Drusilla Grieser Karen Griffis Gale Gruzynski Todd Hamilton Ronnie Hammond Josie Harter Karl Hartman Dave Hastreiter Greg Hawthorne Sharon Headley Sandy Heckathorn Gilbert Heier Julie Higbee Pattie Hilton Becky Hinman Bart Householder Rick Hull Margret Inman Karen Johnson Kyle Johnson Earnest Keplinger Engenia Kidd Pamela King Martha Kinsey Robin Kintz Tony Konrad Gregory Koomler Danette Kratz Alex Kyle Chuck Kunce Dan Lancaster Shirley Lehman Larry Leland Holly Lonsbury Kathleen Lytle Linda Malston David Martin Mary Beth Martin Debra McKinght Dwayne McNall Susan Means Basil Miller Kim Miller Gloria Morales Duane Morin Kelly Mote Wayne Mow Chris Neff Joe Nichols Nancy Nichols Terry Nicholson Mike O’Beirne Larry Oliver Debbie Olis Larry Oliver Cathie Ordway Dodd Orten Nancy Osborne Craig Osmun Ruthella Packer Rodney Parrish Rodney Parrish Tom Parrish Carol Payne Steven Penland Michelle Petersen Margaret Piech George Porter Roy Preston Lisa Privett Dan Radabaugh P 173 Ed Ralston David Rhoades Danny Richardson Tim Ridenour Brad Ridenour Rick Rigdon Reban Ringler Jay Ritter Karen Rose Carolyn Rudolph Patti Meston Cathy Sanders Gary Sauter Vanessa Scott Tom Searing Mike Servits George Shaw Tom Shaw Harold Sheets Robert Shipe Heidi Shuford Tom Shuford Cindy Shumaker Steve Shumaker Tom Simons Sandra Smith 1 174 Roberta Sorg Jesse Stackhouse William Stackhouse Patricia Steele Michael Swiniuch Sheila Szeman Glendora Szeman Scott Thalls Richard Thomas Randy Tilbury Eric VanWagner Julie VanWagner Barry Ward James Wetzel Gerald Whipple Terry Wilcox Roxann Willig Cathy Wogman Debbie Wilt Carol Wogman Jeannine Worcester Tamara Wyatt Sue Yates Tim Zimmerman Claudia Voyles 175 m I I I i lit I I Jimirw f-flglt p6ay Tbugk CciMp ttbUw The Junior High football team showed promise for future years. This year the Eighth grade team posted a record of three wins and only one loss. The Seventh grade team lost all four of their games. The teams were coached by Mr. Harter, Mr. Hull, and Mr. Thalls. 176 Back Row: C. Clar, G. Koomler, S. Thalls, J. Ritter, T. Donaldson, J. Bowerman, B. Em- rick, M. O’Beirne, J. Miller, R. Tilbury. Second Row: M. Darnell, G. Hawthorne, D. Mar¬ tin, B. Ridenour, C. Folck, S. Anstett, J. Carney, L. Radabaugh, C. Kunce, R. Conrad, T. Bledsoe. Front Row: R. Rigdon, E. Ralston, B. Shipe, K. Deluncenay, P. Gilbert, T. Si¬ mons, J. Brock, B. Miller, S. Clark, J. Wetzel. r ' Back Row: B. Klink, D. Fields, R. Schmidt, D. Szeman, B. Bumgarner, M. Dygert, L. Radabaugh. Second Row: B. Mason, S. Crain, B. Karst, Hutchins, B. Smith, B. Bush, J. Murden, J. Ramsay. Front Row: D. Sanders, S. Counterman, B. Goliff, B. Whitcomb, R. Foster, M. Van Wagner, S. Pavy. Exgfiifi G ' uwtats Qkoop Promise Despite a slow start coaches Robinson and Wright led their team to a long string of consecu¬ tive victories before a final defeat in the concluding game of the season. The later victories were due to teamwork and reflected the working spirit of the team it¬ self. Top Row: Mr. Doyle Robinson — Coach, S. Thalls, B. Stackhouse, D. W. Mow, T. Don¬ aldson, G. Porter, J. Bowerman, D. Richardson, Tony Wright — Asst. Coach, B. Miller, J. DeLuceny, B. Shipe, T. Simons, R. Tilbury, B. Emrick, T. Bledsoe, J. Ritter, G. Sauter. Tom Donaldson " outguns” his man. Joe Bowerman shoots at the foul line. Despite tight defense this hornet again gets off a shot. Total effort is always an important factor. i 178 Q teidk uoAmj B ct k tbcM Looks pu iwt Despite rather discouraging de¬ feats the seventh graders under Coach Dean Harter gained neces¬ sary experience and looked for better seasons in the future. De¬ spite a rather unimpressive win- loss record the team as a whole gained valuable experience which will benefit them in later years. Coach Harter offers a word of encour¬ agement. Proper execution of plays is an important aspect of Basketball. Execution of good defensive action is also important to the success of a team. Marty Dygert shoots in heavy traffic. A second Hornet attempts a basket. 1 9 (back) E. Ralston, Mr. Scott, M. Meston, C. Short, M. Darnell, G. Koomler, D. Rada- baugh, J. Bowerman, J. Gall, B. Ridenour, S. Thalls, R. Thalls, R. Tilbury, J. Ritter, J. Antrup. (front) B. Miller, G. Sauter, C. Clester, E. Konrad, T. Green, R. Preston, G. Stroh, S. Shumaker, D. Field, D. Morin, T. Simons, A. Kyle, M. Carpenter, B. Shipe. I i | Boys Build (pv Vfcwsiiy (above) Mark Darnell (left) set a junior high shot put record of 50 ' 0 feet, (be¬ low) Tom Simons sprints for a vault. JR. HIGH TRACK 1971-1972 Angola Opponent 45Vi Fremont 54V2 30 Hamilton 70 46 Howe Military-LaGrange 83 14 34 Praire Heights 76 32 Conference Garrett McIntosh Huntertown Invitational JR. HIGH CROSS COUNTRY 1971-1972 wins 0 losses 4 Roy Preston sprints the 100. 130 (below) Left to Right, Mr. Dygert, Jim Gall, Greg Koomler, George Porter, Roy Preston, Alex Kyle, Duane Morin, Gary Santer. They placed 5th of 17 in Prairie Heights Invita¬ tional. ■ Uu$tcfoui6 BuM hoK Ypjx?u tty Comp The Jr. High Choir, in a concert consisting entirely of Junior High musicians sings a medley of spring selections. As a guest conductor. Concert Band di¬ rector, Mr. Frisinger leads the Jr. High Band. Right: Jr. High choir members sing out Christmas tunes. Below: The Junior High sings of Davy Crockett. 181 A Juju w f-flgk Qtudetds Pi£pcu j w Fuiuo Vfeft iS Congregating in the hall between classes seventh graders discussed the latest. Mr. Nichols directed with much patience and skill, the Junior High Band in Concert. The young band showed great promise for future musical years at A.H.S. Lynn Hemrick and Rosanne Willig found themselves a furry football fan. The HOPE Club Officers are: Cindy Crimmins; Publisher, Debra Meyers; Pres., Susan Randolph; V. Pres., Annette Barton; Treasurer, Dalph Riessig; Kirk Holcomb, and Mr. Scott; Sponsor. The Science Club Steering Committee Includes: Rick Rigdon, Paul Gilbert, Candy Bush, Chip Folck, Richard Thomas, and Mr. Moeller as the sponsor of the club. 183 A I nuofiyetwfiwfc (wAi EtttfiuSictSw owe Ckourn by tfie Jutu W f-flgk I I II, I i i Mark Darnell (no. 42) and Ed Ralston (no. 34) overtook the Panthers. S%- ' ■ ' ' ' ' During the sport season the seventh grade cheerleaders; Trisha Bratton, Becky Mick, Kathy Horman, and Heidi Bowerman kept their teams spirits high. a large group of .44. The best speller in the Junior High, Julie Bledsoe, was sifted out from students and a long list of difficult words. A long kick is made by Tom Donaldson, as the team rushes down the field. The Eighth Grade Cheerleading Squad Consisted of: Nancy Osborne, Rosanne Willig, Jeannie Fulton, and Sue Yates. These girls showed much enthusiasm. This class of Junior High students seemed to be frustrated with the work at hand 185 d 186 - I ! ■ -•••• % • f Quppovt i Patti and Robin enjoy the selection at THE VILLAGE II, INCOR¬ PORATE. Fashions are of the latest styles and colors. Linda greets her customers with a smile at WHITE ' S DRUG STORE. Cosmetics and magazines are only a few items that can be bought. The goodies at FETZER’S BAKERY are tasty, right Linda? Fresh bread, cakes, and pastries are baked every day. 186 Tom and Roz discuss the latest fashions at DON ' S BOOTERY. Many styles in shoes and boots are available. Relaxing is fun on chairs from WAYSIDE FURNITURE, INCORPO¬ RATE. This young man seems to be enjoying himself. Deanna looks over the array of flowers at THROOP FLORIST. Many words and feelings are expressed with flowers. Sharlee shows how it ' s done at the DAIRY QUEEN. Ice cream is a favorite treat for all. 189 Tom works diligently trying to open the box at SANBORN ' S. Washers, dryers, and can openers are but a few appliances sold. Sue and Rosemary enjoy the pop from POKAGON BEVERAGE, INCORPORATE. Ask for your favorite flavor of soda. WAFM brings music from the heart of Angola to the area. Turn your dial to 100.1 for FM music. Fashionable clothes are found at THE GROUND FLOOR — just ask Sandy. You’re greeted with a smile from their helpful clerks. 190 The best of quality foods are found at GAY’S MARKET. Shop with ease in their friendly atmosphere. Flowers, vases, and candles are found at BLOOMIN ' HAUS. Carolyn enjoys the variety of candles and flow¬ ers. Visit Bledsoe ' s Beach on beautiful Lake James. Enjoy your favorite sum¬ mer activity there. (BLEDSOE BROTHERS INCORPORATE) 191 Fresh pork and beef can be bought at VAN WAGNER’S COUNTRY MARKET. Custom butchering is also available. Enjoy snowmobiles during the winter months, or even garden tractors for your summer jobs from SWIMCRAFT, INCORPO¬ RATE. Donna and Elaine seem to disagree on the style of dress they most prefer at CAMILLES ' . 192 Bob, LuAnn, and Shelia say, “Visit the TRI-STATE AIRPORT and experience wonders of the sky!” Mark and Tim se em to be enjoying themselves as they browse through COLE’S CYCLE SALES looking for a great buy. Dana and Cindy show a customer a sample of ties and shirts among many at STROCK ' S MENS WEAR. 193 r You can go for a swim in the crystal clear pool or just lounge all afternoon in your room during your stay at the REDWOOD DEVEL¬ OPMENT. Gail seems to have found something exciting in the menu at the FAMILY AFFAIR RESTAURANT. Cathy has already decided on her choice. Paul, Ed, and Chris are enjoying the tantalizing flavor of DOC CACCAMO’S pizza. 194 ___ 1 The “price of so dearly sought by women of all ages, can come Fast and efficient service is maintained for your convenience true at the STUDIO OF HAIR DESIGN. at GOODWIN ' S SERVICE STATION. Clean and dependable gas is what CONSUMER NATURAL GAS COMPANY offers its customers. Al looks over the numerous supplies needed by all car owners at AUTOMOTIVE PAINT SUPPLY. 1 Linda, Sally, Elaine, Ingrid, Esther, Debbie, and Kathy are also known as the PHANTOM 7 of Angola High School. They boosted school spirit at A.H.S. Whether dry cleaning coats, formals, or even sleeping bags, customers can be sure of dependable service and a friendly atmosphere at ANGOLA CLEANERS. Sandy selects a colorful skirt among the large variety and styles at the TOWNE SHOPPE. 196 JARRARD’S TOGGERY is the place to go for all those smart looking boy’s suits, pants, shirts, and ties. Mindy and Diane browse through MOODY ' S BOOK STORE hunting for that special item, such as a book. Cliff notes, or just a pen. SUTTON ' S MARKET is the place to go for all your grocery needs. Pam greets you with a smile and helping hand. This little guy knows where to buy his clothes — LUCILLE ' S KIDDIE SHOP. 19 mu Take your orders for building materials, paint, and hardware to ANGOLA LUMBER COMPANY where a fine selection is pro¬ vided. If you need your car, motorcycle, or skate board insured, go to JACOB INSURANCE COMPANY for the best kind of insurance plan. L. G. MAXTON car dealers will find the right car to replace your eighteenth-century wheels you’re driving now — just ask them. LAKELAND ELECTRONICS have the equipment to change your dull, silent world into a rocking atmosphere of live bands through stereos. = 5 ; SYLVAN IA FltCTRONICS ;. s " DISTRIBUTOR 198 PPM I i VM .to ! Since it’s Leap Year gals, you can treat your favorite guy to a feast and fine dining at LEPLEY’S AMBASSADOR STEAK HOUSE. Capture your irreplaceable memories with pictures from CLARKE ' S STUDIO; future seniors should make early appoint¬ ment. TWT1 199 r Coftutouufaj FOLCK’S BODY SHOP METAL SPINNERS, ANGOLA, INDIANA ROGER’S DRUG STORE J. B. CROUCH NATIONAL HERITAGE LIFE INSURANCE BOB ' S HY-FLASH JAX MUSIC STORE HACKETT’S BUILDING SUPPLY INCORPORATE HARMON BRIDAL LADIES’ SHOPPE HAMMA FEED SUPPLY GENTRY PHOTOGRAPHIC I N M BARBER SHOP C. A. NEDELE SONS SELMAN HEATING PLUMBING FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN OF ANGOLA 200 PohowS HOLIDAY MARINE INCORPORATE DR. K. O. DUNLAP STEUBEN COUNTY FARM BUREAU CO-OP SONNY’S BAIT STORE LAKESIDE GROCERY INCORPORATE, LAKE JAMES NORTHERN INDIANA PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY MOORE BUSINESS FORMS DISBRO’S LAWN GARDEN CENTER SEAGLEY’S ANGOLA STATE BANK WESTERN AUTO WEICHT’S FUNERAL HOME TUTTLE ' S JEWELRY CROXTON ROE INSURANCE SERVICE, INCORPORATE ANDREWS HARVEY REALTY 201 i Qfmxyo Di tecfccwy SHELIA ANDERSON: Pom Pon 2, 3; Thespians 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; English As¬ sistant; NISBOVA 1, 2, 3; Band Ensemble 1. ROSALIND ARBUCKLE: Pom Pon 2, 3, 4; Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; French Club 2, 3, President 3; NISBOVA 2, 3, 4. LOU ANN ARCHIBALD: Pom Pon 3; Thespians 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Hornet Staff 4; Future Teachers 3, 4, Vice-President NISBOVA 3. DAVID ARNETT. RICHARD ARTZ: Key Photographer 3, 4; Chemistry Assistant- Magazine Staff 3, 4. DINAH BALDWIN: Thespians 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3; Y- Teens 2; National Honor Society 1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer; Fall Musical 2, 3; NISBOVA 2, 3, 4; Band Ensemble 4; National Merit Who’s Who. JERRY BANTA: Thespians 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Letterman’s Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; President 4; Span¬ ish Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Industrial Arts Asst. 4; Foot¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Exploratory Teaching 4; Fall Musical 3; Spring Play 3; Solo Contest 1, 2, Band Ensemble 3. MICHEAL BASSET: Thespians 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, Ecology 4; National Merit Who’s Who In America; Indiana State Scholarship. BRUCE BEATTIE. NANCY BECK: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Club 1; I.C.T. Moore Business Forms 4; Assistant, Music; NISBOVA 2, 4; Solo Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir Accompanist 4; VICA 4. PAM BEER: Thespians 2, 3; Y-Teen 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Hornet Staff, Business Manager; Future Homemakers 3, 4; Pro¬ ject Chairman, Secretary Assistant, Office, Home-ec; Style Show 1,2, 3, 4. GARY BENDER: Student Council 3; Letterman’s Club 3, 4; Bas¬ ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Exploratory Teaching 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. PAUL BIRCHMAN. CONNIE BOBAY: Art Club 1, 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; French Club 4; Key 3; Magazine Staff 3. PHIL BOYER. ESTHER BRUNER. CHRIS BRYAN. JACLYN BRYAN: Thespians 2; Band 4; Pep Band 4; Y-Teens 4; Choir 4; G.A.A. 1; Pep Club 3; Spanish Club 4; Future Home¬ makers 1; I.C.T. 4; Orchestra 1; Fall Musical; Spring Play 3; NIS¬ BOVA 2. LAURA BUDD: Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4. GAIL BUMGARNER: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; Y- Teens 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Assistant English; Exploratory Teaching 4; National Merit Letter of Commendation; Hoosier Girls’ State Delegate. LINDA BURCH: Y-Teens 4; G.A.A. 1; Pep Club 4; Style Show 3. TERRI BUSH: Student Council 3; G.A.A. 3; Style Show 2, 3, 4. CINDY CALL: Band 1; G.A.A. 3; Pep Club 2; French Club 2; Future Teachers 2; Orchestra 1: Style Show 3; One Act Play 1; Photography Club. KATHRYN CARR: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 2; Health Assist¬ ant; NISBOVA 2, 3, 4; Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2; H.O.E. 4 ; VICA 4 ; 4-H 1,2,3, 4. CLAUDIA CHAMPMAN: Band 1; Art Club 1, 2; Vice-President 2; Magazine Staff 3, 4; Spring Play 1, 2, 3. CARLA CHIDDESTER. ROBERT CHRISTEN. DENISE CHRYSLER: Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1; French Club 2; Hornet Staff Spring Play 2. DANA CLARK: Choir 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Basketball 1. GLENDA SUE CLEVERLY: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2; Future Homemakers 2, 3; Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4. GENE COFFEY. LARRY CONCUS. CAROLYN COOK: Pom Pon 4; Thespians 3; Student Council 4; Secretary; Choir 3, 4; Y-Teens 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; G.A.A. 3; Pep Club 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; English Assistant; Pow- derpuff Football 3, 4; Exploratory Teaching 4; NISBOVA 4; Na¬ tional Merit Whos Who in America; Indiana State Scholarship. DEROLD COVELL: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 4; Letterman’s Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Shop Assistant; Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; NISBOVA 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Ensemble 3, 4; Tennis 4. MIKE COX. ALAN CRAIN: Spanish Club 1, 2; Wrestling 1; Cross Country 1; Indiana Honorary Scholarship; National Merit Whos Who in America. LUCINDA ANN CRAIN: Y-Teens 2, 3; Future Teachers of Amer¬ ica 1, 2, 3; Cabinet 3; Thespians 3; Fall Musical 3; Future Home¬ makers 3; Home-Ec Assistant 3; Style Show 1,2,3; Commenta¬ tor 3; Pep Club 1,2; Pom Pon 2, 3; NISBOVA 2, 3. STEVE CUMMINGS. MARY CUNEO. JAMES DAHL. 202 GARY DARNELL: Thespians 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4. SANDI DAVIS: Pom Pon 4; Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1; Choir 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Future Teachers 1; Future Homemakers 1, 2; Powderpuff Football 3, 4; Exploratory Teach¬ ing 4; Magazine Staff 1, 2; NISBOVA 4; Band Ensemble 1. MARY DAY: Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hornet Staff 3; Fall Musical 3; Spring Play 3. INGRID DEHN: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Span¬ ish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary; Office Assistant; Exploratory Teaching 4; NISBOVA 2, 3, 4; Solo Contest 1. BRUCE DILT. CINDY DIPERT: Thespians 4; Y-Teens 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Hornet Staff; Spring Play 4. JULIE DUGUID: Choir 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Hornet Staff Art Editor 4; Future Homemakers 3, 4; Public¬ ity Chairman; Art Assistant Magazine Staff 3; Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir Emsemble 3. RANDY ELLIOTT: Hi-Y 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-Presi¬ dent, Sergeant at Arms; Football 1, 2; Basketball 1; Golf 1, 2. TAMMI ERWIN: Thespians 3; Art Club 1, 2, 3; Key 3. VICTORIA EVANS. LU ANN EYSTER: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Key 3, 4; Chairman of Class Section 4; Assistant P.E. 3; Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; NISBOVA 2, 3; Solo Contest 1, 2, 3; Band Ensemble 1, 2, 3; M.S.T. Final¬ ist 2; State Solo and Ensemble Awards 2, 3; Prom Committee 3. CELESTIA FIR FIRESTONE: Ecology Club 4. NEIL FLANAGAN: Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1; Letterman’s Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Future Teachers 2, 3; Assistant Library 3; Band 4; Team Manag¬ ers 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1; Fall Musical 2; Spring Play 1, 2; NIS¬ BOVA 1, 2, 3, 4; Solo Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Vice-Chairman. JEFF FOLCK: Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Pep Band 3; Letterman’s Club 4; Assistant Spanish; Football 1, 2, 4; Basket- bail 1, 2, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Exploratory Teaching 4; Spring Play 1, 2, 3, 4; NISBOVA 3; Band Ensemble 3. ROBERT FOUGHT. STEVE FRANZE. CONNIE FULTON: Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, 2; Future Teachers 1; Assistant Industrial Arts, Music, P.E.; Exploratory teaching 4; Fall Musical 2, 3; Spring Play 3, 4; NISBOVA 2, 3, 4; Swingals 2, 3, 4. GALEN GATES. PAM GILL. LINDA GOLDINGER: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; President 4; Key 2, 3, 4; Hornet Staff, Editor 4. SUE ANNE GOUDY: Pom Pon 3, 4; Thespians 1; Y-Teens 3, 4; G.A.A. 3; Pep Club 3; French Club 4; Spring Play 1; NISBOVA 2 . LARRY GREENWALT: Art Club 1, 2, 3; Hornet Staff 3, 4. CINDY GRIFFIS: Band 3; Y-Teens 4; G.A.A. 3, Pep Club 3; Hor¬ net Staff 3; Exploratory Teaching 4; NISBOVA 2; Solo and En¬ semble Contest 1; Band Ensemble 2. SHARON HAGEWOOD. JIM HALE: Key Photographer 4. PATRICIA HALL: Y-Teens 2; Art Club 3; Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Play 4; German Club 4. SALLY JO HAMMEL: Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Stu¬ dent Council 1; Choir 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3; Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sign Chairman 2; Latin Club 1, 2; Future Teachers 1, 2, 3; Future Homemakers 4; Assistant, Office Cadet, P.E.; Exploratory Teaching 2, 3; Magazine Staff 3; Fall Musical 4; Spring Play 1, 3, 4; Powderpuff Football 3, 4; Batgirl 4; Phantom 7, 4; Valedic¬ torian 4; Rotary Speech Contest, Local and County 4; Merit Whos Who in America; National Merit Letter of Commendation; Y-Teens Summer Conference. DIANE HANSON: Pep Club 1; Spanish Club 1; Latin Club 1; Library Assistant 4. TIM HASSLEMAN. KIM HEADLY. MARILYN HEIER: Y-Teens 2; Art Club 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Hornet Staff 3, 4. DEBORAH HENSEL: Thespians 3, 4; Clerk 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 4; Choir 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Future Teachers 1; Orchestra 4; NISBOVA 2, 3, 4. MIKE HOLCOMB: Thespians 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Letterman’s Club 3, 4; Vice-Presi¬ dent; National Honor Society 3, 4; Assistant English 3; History 4; Football 1, 2; Track 3; Gymnastics 1, 3; Golf 1, 2; Science Fair 1; Spring Play 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys ' State. PATRICIA HOLLAND: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Future Homemakers 2; Assistant Health 4; Style Show 1. GARY HOLSE: Band 1; Hornet Staff 4; Team Managers 1. JULIE HOSTETLER: Band 1; Choir 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Style Show 1, 2, 4; Band Ensemble 1. BARRY HOUSEHOLDER. ANITA HUFFMAN: Pom Pon 3, 4; Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4; Secre¬ tary 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Office Cadet 4; Exploratory Teaching 4; Magazine Staff 3; Fall Musical 1, 2, 3; Spring Play 1, 2, 3; NISBOVA 1, 2, 3, 4; Solo Contest 1, 2; Band Ensemble 1, 2; Girls Gymnastic Team; Mathematical Association of America Awards; Who’s Who In America; State Scholarship. RICHARD JENKINS. ROBERT JOHNSON: Thespians 4; Letterman’s Club; President 2, 3, 4; I.C.T. Assistant P.E. Football 1; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4; Cap¬ tain; Spring Play 4; Boys’ State. STEVE JOHNSTON. JILL KENNEDY. ELAIN KEPLINGER: Thespians 2; Choir 2; Y-Teens 2, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Pep Club 2; French Club 2; Hor¬ net Staff 3; Feature Editor I.C.T. Secretary; Assistant Science 3; 203 w Gymnastics 2; Exploratory Teaching 4; Magazine Staff 4; Sales Manager; Spring Play 4; Phantom 7 4; Class Vice-President 3, 4. DEBORAH KERR. CATHY KNECHT: Pom Pon 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; French Club 1; Key 4; Powderpuff Football 3, 4; Assistant English; Exploratory Teaching 4; NISBOVA 3, 4. VOULA KONTOYIANNIDOU: Choir 4; Y-Teens 4; Pep Club 4; French Club 4. TIM KRAFT: Letterman’s Club 4; National Honor Society 4; As¬ sistant Drafting, Science; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Second Place in Drafting Contest in 1970; Tennis 4. GARY LEININGER: S Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Football 1; Wrestling 1. RANDY LEWIS. LESLIE LIBEY. CONNIE LOVELL: Pep Club 2, 3; Future Homemakers 3, 4; Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Play 2. DEBRA KRATZ: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Assistant Science, Band; Orchestra 4; Exploratory Teaching 4; Solo Contest 2, 3, 4; Swingals 4. ROGER LYTLE: Spring Play 3. VICKI MAIER: Art Club 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Style Show 1, 2. RANDY MANN. MARJORIE MARKINGTON: Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Y- Teens 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Latin Club 3, 2; Secretary-Trea¬ surer; NISBOVA 2; Solo Contest 2. RICHARD MARTIN. ROBERT MARTIN. JOAN MAUGHERMAN. JOYCE MAUGHERMAN. KATHRYN McCORMICK: Thespians 3, 4; Student Council 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Assist- I ant Program Manager; National Honor Society 3, 4; Vice-Presi¬ dent; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary, President; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer; Future Teachers 2, 3; Fall Musical 2, 3, 4; Spring Play 3, 4; NISBOVA 2, 3, 4; Solo Contest 1; Powderpuff Foot¬ ball; Phantom 7; Salutatorian; DAR Good Citizen Award; Whos Who in America; Miss School Spirit; American Legion Award. JAMES MEEK. DIANE METZ: Pom Pon 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Fall Musical 3; NISBOVA 2, 3, 4. VICKIE MILLER: Thespians 1, 2; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 1; Cheerleader 1, 2. RANDY MILLS. REID MOCHERMAN. RITA MOCHERMAN: Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4. RUTH MOCHERMAN: Hornet Staff; Assistant Home-Ec., Health; Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA MONROE. MARK MOORE: Letterman’s Club 4; Assistant Wood, English; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4. GARY MORALES. STEVE MUDRACK. NEAL MURDEN: Hi-Y 1. PAM MYERS: Thespians 1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hornet Staff 4; Assistant 3, 4; Health, P. E. Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 4. SHARON MYERS: Y-Teens 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Future Homemakers 3, 4; Assistant P.E. Style Show 1, 2, 3, Above: Our three exchange students this year are: Shelia Whit¬ field, Voula Kontoyiannidou, and Manuel Puga. Shelia is from South America and staying with the Bill Eyster family during her year long stay. Voula is from Greece and staying with the Orvill Bal family during her year long stay. Manuel is from Mexico City and living with the John More family during his stay in Angola. Shown here with their complimentary class rings they all seem happy in our school and our school is glad they came. BECKY OPUNGER: Band 1; Pep Club 1; Assistant Library; Or¬ chestra 1. ROBIN OSBORNE. DIANE PARDUE: Band 1, 2, 3; Y-Teens 1; G.A.A. 1; Pep Club 2; Assistant P.E. Art; Style Show 1, 2; NISBOVA 2, 3; Solo Contest 1, 2, 3; Band Ensemble 1, 2, 3. JON PARRISH. RICK PENIX: Band 1, 2, 3; Pep Band 1, 2, 3; Letterman’s Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1,2, 3, 4; Assistant Spanish; Team Man¬ ager 4; Football 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Play 3; NISBOVA 2, 3; Band Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4; Ecology Club 4. LINDA PENTICO: Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4. CHRIS PRESLEY. CHERYL RANDOLPH: Pom Pon 3, 4; Thespians 1, 2,3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Powderpuff Football 3, 4; Orchestra 1; Exploratory Teaching; Style Show 2, 3; NISBOVA 3, 4. LINDA RICHARDSON: Pep Club 1; Hornet Staff 1; Style Show 1. GREG RIDENOUR. DAVE ROMINE: Thespians 1; Spring Play 3. STEVE ROMINE: Assistant Library; Secretary Treasurer of Class 3. KATHLEEN ROSE: Thespians 3, 4; Treasurer, President; Band 2, 4; Choir 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Chaplain; National Honor Society 3, 4; Future Teachers 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President; Assistant Music; Orchestra 1, 2; Exploratory Teaching 4; Style Show 2, 3, 4; Fall 204 Musical 1, 2, 3; Spring Play 2, 3, 4; Solo Contest 3; Choir En¬ semble 2, 3, 4. JERRY ROSSELOT. PAT ROTHROCK. DONNA ROWE: Pom Pon 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Assistant P.E.; Magazine Staff 3, 4; Style Show 2, 3, 4; Spring Play 4; NIS- BOVA 4; Pep Club Points Award 3; Miss School Spirit 2. MARTIN ROWE. NANCY SANBORN: Student Council 4; Y-Teens 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Assistant Health; Cheerleaders 1; VICA President. KAREN SANXTER: Pom Pon 3; Thespians 1, 2; Choir 2, 3, 4; Y- Teens 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; President 3; Ket 3; I.C.T. 4; Cheerleaders 2; NISBOVA 3; Class Secretary 1, 2. CAROL SATTISON. BILLY SATTISON. NANCY SHEFFER: Band 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Key 3; Orchestra 1; NISBOVA 1, 2; Band Ensemble 1, 2; Mexico Study Trip 1970. VICKI SHEPHER: Pep Club 2; Future Teachers 1; Future Home¬ makers 2; Magazine Staff 2. ROXANNE SHERBURNE: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Future Teachers 2, 3, 4; Future Home¬ makers 4; Assistant Chemistry; NISBOVA 2, 3, 4. DIANA SHIPE: Future Homemakers 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Historian 4; Assistant Home-Ec 3, 4; Business 4. DONNA SHIPE: National Honor Society 4; Future Homemakers 3, 4; Vice-President, President Style Show 1, 2, 3; Assistant Home-Ec; Spanish. GARY SHOUP: Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; I.C.T. CATHY SHUMAKER: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Assistant Home-Ec 4; Exploratory Teaching 4; NISBOVA 2, 3, 4; Solo Contest 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Ensemble 4; Choir Ensem¬ ble 3, 4; School Band of America 3. TERRY SHUMAKER: Band 1, 2; Hi-Y 1, 2; Lettermans Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Assistant P.E. Team Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. RANDY SKAGGS. GARY SMITH: Thespians 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Treasurer, Vice-Presi¬ dent; Lettermans Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Span¬ ish Club 2, 3, 4; Key 3, 4; Editor 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket¬ ball 2; Wrestling 3; Spring Play 4; American Legion Award. PAMELA SOMMERVILLE: Band 1; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Homemakers 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Assistant Home-Ec; Exploratory Teaching 4; Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Solo Contest 1. STEVEN SORG. EDWARD SOVA: Band 1, 2; I.C.T.; NISBOVA 1, 2; Band Ensem¬ ble 1, 2. STEVEN SPALLINGER. CINDY SPARK: Thespians 1, 2; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Future Homemakers 3, 4; Assistant Office, Home-Ec; Style Show 1,2, 3,4. JUDITH SPOOLSTRA: Y-Teens 2; Spanish Club 2; I.C.T. DEBBIE STACKHOUSE. REGINNA STEELE: Y-Teens 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Future Home¬ makers 3, 4; I.C.T.; Assistant Science. VIRGINIA STEVENS: Thespians 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Pep Band 1, 2; Art Club 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2; Future Homemakers 4; Magazine Staff 4; Fall Musical 1, 2; Spring Play 1, 2; Solo Contest 1, 2; Band Ensemble 1, 2; Powderpuff Football 3, 4; Study Committee for Graduation Re¬ quirements 2. MARJORIE STOKES: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Y-Teens 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Key Assistant Sci¬ ence 4; Health 3, 4; Exploratory Teaching 4; NISBOVA 3, 4; Band Ensemble 4. KEVIN STROCK: I.C.T. Treasurer; Wrestling 2; Spring Play 1. BEVERLY TAYLOR. JAYNE THOMAS. CINDY THRUSH. ROBERT VanCLEAVE. JACQUELYN VanWAGNER: Thespians 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4; Vice-President; National Honor Soci¬ ety 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Assistant P.E.; Fall Musical 4; NISBOVA 2, 3, 4; Solo Contest 2, 3, 4; Band Ensemble 4. VONDA VARNER: Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Assistant 3, 4; English; Magazine Staff 3, 4; Student Day Play Director 3. ROGER VAUGHN. MELANIE WALCUTT: Thespians 1; Choir 3; Future Homemakers 2; Style Show 2; Solo Contest 1; Choir Ensemble 1. JANET WALL. CAROL WALTMIRE: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; French Club 2; Future Homemakers 4; Science Fair 1; Maga¬ zine Staff 3, 4; NISBOVA 2, 3, 4; Solo Contest 1. JACK WANG. ERNEST WILCOX. PATRICIA WILCOX: G.A.A. 1, 2; Future Homemakers 1, 3; As¬ sistant Business; Style Show 1, 2, 3. STEVE WILSON. NANCY WORD: G.A.A. 1, 2; Hornet Staff 3, 4. LINDA YATES. BRUCE ZEIGER: Hi-Y 1; Letterman’s Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; President 4; Assistant English; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Wrestling 3. SANDRA ZERBY: Pom Pon 3, 4; Head Majorette; Art Club 2; President; Assistant English; Baseball Batgirl 4; Magazine Staff 3, 4; NISBOVA 3, 4. 205 206 Bcuck Qtep 0 Ufa as f Reaclv ft 207 R u Ct iks Readers: I would like to thank the very few people who worked on this year¬ book. I sincerely extend my thanks to them for their help during the year. I must admit that this was very hastily put together. But this book, along with many other facets of Angola High School, simply reflect the apathetic attitude of the entire student body. This book illustrates what apathy can do to a school activity. The people on the 1 972 yearbook is included in this apathetic school group. Very few people cooperated with us and yet expected a well-put together yearbook. I hope that next year’s staff has better luck with the book. I would again like to thank the people who did help us with this book. Gary Smith Editor 208


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Angola High School - Key Yearbook (Angola, IN) online yearbook collection, 1973 Edition, Page 1

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Angola High School - Key Yearbook (Angola, IN) online yearbook collection, 1974 Edition, Page 1

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Angola High School - Key Yearbook (Angola, IN) online yearbook collection, 1975 Edition, Page 1

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