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Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2010 with funding from 

Lyrasis IVIembers and Sloan Foundation 



http://www.archive.org/details/opus07unde 



THE COMBINED DEPARTMENTS OF THE EDITORIAL STAFF 



A^toudiu /^te6en 



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THE 
CPUS 




1946-1947 



AdntmiAin<itio-K 




. . . through these portals pass tlic administrative wheels of progress which 
daily churn the routine of our hvcs into the profession of learning Editor 



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T R I B U r E 

TO 

OUR n I R !• C T O R 

.... for it is slic who so truly cxcmplliK's the 
great spirit ot fonJan. It is to Iut that wo arc 
indebted — not only ioi" her hindK' and mhnite 
understanding of our problems, but for the high 
inspiration and enthusiasm she has brought to our 
daily lives. Her encouraging ':mile and wise coun- 
sel, given so freely to us and to the thousands who 
preceded us through Jordan's portals, cannot be 
forgotten in the years to come. In appreciation 
am! aJmirat'on, the staff dedicates the 1946-1947 

OPUS to 

MISS ADA BICKING 



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. we asked for more students, and 
now our cup runneth over. . . . 

G. V. Carrier 
Business Maiiaf^er 



.... the business of music offers the 
benefits of appreciation which go with 
knowledge. . . . 

Stanley Norris 
Registrar 




.... it is a pleasure to be the servant of 
the student — one of the channels through 
which he grows. . . . 

Weymouth Fogelberg 
Guidance Counselor 




.... I tell the world about you — 

only the good things of course. . . . 

Walter Hickman 

Publicity 



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W II MA I IIUMI'SDN 

Srirr/iiry la ihc I'iira liir 

. . . . witlioiu her friendly liclp .inj .issistantc wc mi(;ht 
never h.ive rc.ili/eJ this yearbook . , . she is truly Jordan's 

j;c)ud ri>;hi h.iiul. — hditor 



Rcs^isf tin's Office 

Mil IlKl 1) Kl)l HRN 

Irissii Trapp 

Bi:ui.AH GoRi: 

EVKI YN Pin. 

Pa I DiNTi N 



Business Office 

Mary Ri xroi ii 
Janet Conn 

Marcuiirite Shi a 
Jessai'ern 1 1 \\x kins 
Suzanne Dice 

Dorothy Steinert 
Jack Gii.uerc; 




^acmii^ 



PIANO 

ROGER CUSHMAN Chairman of Piano Department 

Blanche Brown Helen Jasper Helen Quig 

Mae Engle Earle Howe Jones Leone Rickman 

Charles Gallagher Ann Kahn Esther Schinbeckler 

Jeanette Gardiner Marian Laut Carmen Scott 

Helen Harlan Paul Lindstaedt Mildred Sweeney 

Jeanne Havens Dorothy Munger Myrle Turner 

Jean Hegg William Pelz Marie Zorn 

Gertrude Irestone Mark Walker 

ORGAN 

MALLORY BRANSFORD Chairman of Organ Department 

Dale Young Helen Quig 

INSTRUMENTAL 

VICTOR KOLAR Chairman of Orchestra Department 

BELDON LEONARD Assistant Orchestra Conductor 

NILO HOVEY . ^ Director of Bands 

CHARLES HENZIE Associate Band Conductor 

Kenneth Alyea Jean Hegg Elwood Nichols 

Natalie Brown Noble Howard Norman Phelps 

Carl Dawson Nellie Jones Sam Scott 

Alonzo Eidson Rosemary Lang Mary Spalding 

Louise Essex Rudolph Mazzari Ralph Thombs 

Dall Fields Harry Michels Malvin Walker 

Francis Fitzgerald Charles Munger James Winkel 

Robert Getchell Leon Zawisza 

VOICE 

CHARLES HEDLEY Chairman of Voice Department 

Harriette Campbell Fred Jefry Farrell Scott 

Philip Duey Fred Koehrn Franklin Taylor 

MC/S7C EBIJ C AT lO'N 

NILO HOVEY Chairman of Music Education Department 

Alonzo EidiOn Charles Henzie 

Robert Getchell Beldon Leonard 

THEORY 

NORMAN PHELPS Chairman of Theory Department 

WILLIAM PELZ Acting Chairman of Theory Department 

Roger Cushman Beldon Leonard Mark Walker 

Carl Dawson Dorothy Munger Dorothy Woods 



James Phillippe 
Hazel Nixon 



Tom Carnegie 



ENGLISH and SPEECH ARTS 

Mary Oertling 



RADIO 

James Phillippe 



Jean Williams 
Bernice Van Sickle 



Jean Willi; 



Esther Aldridge 



LANGUAGE 

Fred Koehrn 



DANCE 

Louise Brock 



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a)Uuient Gaiutcll 




l.rjl In rrJU 

Mary Jane Gaubatz, Wilma R\ ficlj, YWw Ruth Younj;, M.irvm.u' Stamper, .mil 
First Semester President, Leo l.aicr. 

Slani/iiit( : 

Mike Rutlicrtord, [.lek Ricli.iriK, [olin Rtx-hiick, ,inJ Second Semester i'resident, 
[osepli Zink.in. 

.... tliese .ire the wheels. . . . of progress that is! — Kditor 



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Qmduate^ '^6 -'47 




Betty Bowers 
Indianapolis 
Music Education 

Chorale 

Phi Sigma Mu 

June, 1947 



James Bowers 
Wakarusa 
Music Education 

Student Council 
Opus 2 

June, 1947 








Paul Brown 
Indianapolis 
Music Education 

Orchestra 
luisembles 

August, 1946 



WiLMA ByFIELD 

Winamac 
Piano 

Sigma Alpha Iota 
Band 
Orchestra 
Student Council 

June, 1947 



Albert Canine 
Crawfordsville 
Music Education 

Band 
Choir 

August, 1946 



Eileen Brigner 


Billie Cole 


Ft. Recovery, 


Ohio 


Louisville, Ky. 


Phi Sigma Mu 




Voice 


August, 1947 




Sigma Alpha Iota 
Chorale 

August, 1947 



Florine Duff 
Fort Wayne 
Music Education 

Phi Sigma Mu 
Mu Phi Epsilon 
Chorus 
Ensemble 
Student Council 

June, 1947 







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Q^iaAaaieA^ '^6 -'47 



Kdiurt Evans 
(iwynnoville 
MiiMC I'.ducuior 



li.ind 

1 Opus 2 

Inuiarv, 1947 



An Nil FousT 

Anderson 

Music F.ducation 

C Morale 
W.A.A. 

August, 1947 



CONSI AN( I M( Cl URI-. 

Katoii 



Music I'.ducacion 



I'hi Sii;m.i Mil 
li.md 



June, 1947 



Ruby Monicomi ky 

Waldron 

Music Education 

Phi Sigma Mu 
Chorale 

June, 1947 




Victoria Johnson 
Indianapolis 
Music Education 



Paul Muh i i r 
Fore Wayne 
Music Education 



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ROSIMARY I.ANG 

Indianapolis 
Music Education 

I'iii Sij;ma Mu 

Mu Phi F^psiion 

l)ichestra 

ll.uid 

\\uod\sind Quintet 



anuarv, 1947 



Sintonia 
June, 1947 



Jami:s Noui i 
Indianapolis 
Music Educati<in 

Sinfonia 

Orchestra 

Band 

Brass Choir 

Student Council 

(^hoir 

Auj;ust. 1946 




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Q^iaxiMXAieS '^6 -'47 




Martha Shannon 
Crawfordsville 
Music Education 

Band 



June, 1947 




Martha Spaulding 

Indianapolis 

Organ 



January, 1947 




Marymaf. Stamper 
Indianapolis 
Music Education 

Band 
Orchestra 
Phi Sigma Mu 
Student Council 

August, 1947 




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Dorothy Steinert 
Louisville, Ky. 
Music Education 

Mu Phi Epsilon 
Phi Sigma Mu 
Orchestra 
String Quartet 

January, 1948 




Lillian Steinkeler 
Indianapolis 
Music Education 

Mu Phi Epsilon 
Phi Sigma Mu 

June, 1947 



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Q^iadi4xde<l '46 -'U7 



Gailur yi.ur tnciuls ahom yen and have ihcm ciUcr ilicir Joliii Hancock 
for pt),stciil\ 



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^amc9.ns '46-^47 



Nancy Cari son 
Indianapolis 



Earl Furi.ow 
Lancaster, Pa. 



Mary Jani; Gaubatz 
Indianapolis 



Ei-oisE Harvey 
Wcstfield 



Anna Hearn 
Indianapolis 



Bertha Howard 
Alachua, Fla. 



Don Martin 
Westfield 



Shirley McVeigh 
Indianapolis 





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^uniau 'U6-'47 



PaL'I Pa III KSDN 

InJi.ui.i polls 



David Ramsfy 
Indianapolis 



joAN Rk HI V 
Indijn.ipolis 



|<)\NNI Vll I I II U 

Incli.in.ipulis 



CnARi.i;s Wktzkl 
Rushvillc 



Elsif. Ruth Young 
louisvillc, Ky. 




Rosl ROHNIR 

Cirroll, 1.1. 



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^o^jMcmio^eA^ '46 -'47 




Lcfi to r!;j,ht 



Firsf ntiv 

Ronald Doak 
Joan Shipman 
Ruth Thistlethwaite 
Virginia Pearson 
Peggy Schuh 
Frances Nichols 
Joann Burr 
Betty Shoaf 
Mary Masters 
Donald Best 



Second row 

William ^X'eest 
Wanda Erb 
Ruth Stahlhut 
Catherine Bray 
Catherine VanDeman 
Doris Lee Odell 
Marjorie Morris 
Alice Barcus 
Tommy Lawson 



Third row 

Clarence Campbell 
Leonard Burchman 
Robert Herrold 
Raymond Pearson 
Gene Redford 
Kenneth Wilson 
David Stinson 
Vincent Vuturo 
Richard Jones 



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^n^edAmen 'U6-'U7 




Left to riy^hl 



lirsi row 

John Mcdjciki 
Rich.irJ Lovin 
Doiotlic.i Rc.igcn 
W'.init.i M.iplc 
Imogene Singleton 
Dorothy Jarrett 
Lol.1 Piric 
j.ick Brain.iril 
Bill Dimmich 



SrcoiiJ roil 

James Lcwallen 
Victor Knight 
Rob Myers 
Carol Nicholas 
Dclbcrt Price 
Parker Burns 
I hi.uh Ross 
l.Ollis lllll 
Gene lullcn 
Jack Gilbcrg 



Thinl roll 

Hal Gray 
Richard Metc.ilf 
Jack Brink 
Dale Jackson 
George Lon^azo 
Donald May 
Tommy Adkins 
Gerald t>iiinn 



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^^leAkmeH '46 -'^7 




Left to right 



lint row 

Geraldine Martin 
Marjorie North 
Marilyn Moran 
Edith Hudson 
Freda Zambara 
Patricia Pence 
Eleanor Reed 
Patricia Dunten 
Helen Howard 



Sccoud row 

Donna Thornburg 

Alfred Morley 
Andrew Jeffries 
Kenneth Abell 
Ralph Black 
Marvin Taylor 
Leonard Skinner 
Barbara Neumann 



Third row 

Melvin Kingery 
Donald Kimbell 
Phyllis Kochler 
Frances Kidwell 
Jean Wilson 
Wilhelmine Bennett 
Andrew Swanson 
David Landrith 



Fourth row 

Leonard Graves 
Charles Spohn 
James Gates 
Robert Terry 
Peggy Carpenter 
Mary Ann Burger 
Carol Bailey 
Richard Marquart 
Bill Sydeman 
Kenneth Dooley 



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'^^le/ikmen '46 - '47 




Left to rii^/jt 



lurst roll 

Svlvi.1 Waldman 
June B.irncs 
Virginia S.iters 
Joan Lcathcrman 
Eunice Clasper 
Barbara Colmar 
Margaret Bower'. 
Mary Meyers 
Jane Schnell 
Barbara Grubbs 



Sccoiiil roil' 

Clyde Smith 
Michael Giarratano 
Wallace Skinner 
John Nettleton 
William Russell 
(iene Hanen 
IZdgar Lees 
Jules Goudy 
Robert Bruce 
Randall Dennison 



T/'/n/ roll 

Leonard Sues/ 
George Thompson 
Robert I icids 
Claude Parsons 
Charles Bush 
Charles Truemann 
Robert Hulcc 
John Gates 
James Til ton 
ivavniond I'otls 



Idiirth roll 

Harold Russell 
Carl Yodcr 
John Cooper 
Marshall Hollis 
Roy Rieck 
P.ul n.KJce 
Oonald Richardson 
Richard CuK-tz 
John Hedges 
Harry Jennings 



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^n^ate^mUeA^ 




Left to right 

Pint raw: 

Robert Burford, Louis Rutan, Robert Shepherd, Malvin Walker, J. J. 
Albion, Dan Shattuck, Alonzo Eidson. 

Sccon-d rotv: 

Paul Mueller, Carl Hungerford, Michael Rutherford, David Stinson, Donald 
Best, John Watler, Robert Getchell. 

Third row: 

James Bowers, James Edington, Curtis Miller, Joseph Zinkan, Robert 
M!tchuiii, Vincent Vuturo, Edward Ferrell. 



PHI MU ALPHA 

ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER 




20 



a)Gn<putleA^ 



I'lll SK.MA jMU 
KTA (IIAI'TI-K 




/..■// lo riy,hl 

]"n\t ri)if : 

Eileen Hrinncr, Jiini.' Gwyn, Nancv C.irlson. 

SccunJ rotr: 

Ccnstjncc MjClurc, Ro :m:irv I aiii^ Florinc Duff, I illi.in Stcinkclcr, M.iry- 
mac Stamper. 




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Left to right 
First row: 

Joann McCord, Evelyn Piel, Joanne Viellieu, Mary Fekete. 

Second row: 

Helen Schimkat, Florine Dviff, Gertrude Irestone, Betty Wales, Dorothy 
Steinert. 

Third row: 

Maxine Critchfield, Virginia Pearson, Jean Hegg, Rose Rohner, Mary 
Breedlove, Mary Lou Masters. 



MU PHI EPSILON 

KAPPA CHAPTER 







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a)(yu9-^le6^ 



SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 

ZITA (HAI'TI-K 




firsf roil : 

C;.itlicilnc Br.iy, Barbara Neumann, Marj;ari:l Scluili, Patricia Duntcn, 
Carolyn Harve\', Joan Shipnian. 

SfconJ row: 

Eloise Harvey, Joann lUirr, Riitli Hovcy, Betty Sue 1 crrell, llorence Stege- 

mier, Martha Egger, Natalie Brown, Ruth Rasmussen. 

Third row: 

Billie Cole, W'ilma Bylield, Nellie Jones, Mary Jane Gaubat/, Betty Brock, 
Elsie Ruth Young, Mary Ann Kreiser, Helen C'.randall, (Catherine VanDenian. 
Margaret Rose, Dorothy Fidger. 




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^(PwLzH GImAxile 





Left to right 



First rou\- 

Joanne Viell'.eu 
Robert Mitchum 
Dcnald Best 
Jerry Martin 
Imogene Singleton 
Helen Howard 
Annie Foust 
Mary Fekete 
William Schmalfeldt 
( incoln Theobald 



Second row: 

Richard Metcalf 
Harold Curtis 
Barbara Kershaw 
Marian Littlejohn 
Joan Richey 
Dorothy Jarrett 
Rose Rohner 
Kenneth Dooley 
Carl Nicholas 
Kenneth Bayless 



Top to bottom 

F.arl Albertson 

Robert Mitchum 

Billie Cole 

Ruth Stahlhut 



Third row: 

Donald Ratcliff 
Chester Littlejohn 
Ruth Stahlhut 
Marjorie Morris 
Nancy Carlson 
Alice Barcus 
Betty Bowers 
Robert McClain 
Louis Hill 
Bennie Lee 



Fourth row: 

Victor DeFelice 
Doris Odell 
Helen Schimkat 
Billie Cole 
Doris Wesner 
Barbara Bailey 
Robert Vogel 



GcmAe^at&^u On<Me<iiAa 





Vk I OR Kol \K 

Coinliirhn 



Rl 1 DON I.[ ON Mil) 

Assi'^tiint C.Diidiicldr 




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RAVIO-SPEECH'VRAMA 




RAVIO-SPEECH'VRAMA 






DANCE 




1343 Nonli Pcnns\ K .\iii.i 





///,*/ \OH 



Left l« ri:^ht 



Louis I nil, J.Kk Mi-.uii.ird, LiL-k Cilbcrj;, Cjrl NichoLis, Vey 
Carpenter. 

SrnniJ n.H : 

Ki-nncth Abcll, Don Kimbcl, Kenneth VCiKon, Robert Hulcc, 
Leonard Burchman, Robert Trucmann, Charles Moore, George 

l.on);a/o. 



Mks. I I \l I II I lol'IM R 

C/ialiironr 



( 31 ) 



1346 North Delaware Street 





Left to right 
First row: 

Marjoric North, Beverly Sellers, Jane Schnell. 

Second row: 

Wanita Maple, June Barnes, Marilyn Moran, Virginia Pearson, 
Ruth Thistlethwaite, Sylvia Waldman. 

Third row: 

Alice Barcus, Doris O'dell, Marjorie Morris, Peggy Car- 
penter, Mary Ann Burger, Eunice Clasper, Etta Jean Wilson, 
Wilhelmine Bennett. 



Mrs. Jennie DeSei.ms 
Chapcronc 



( 32 ; 



W(!^m£^^'6^ fleA-ldence 

1 l.iiiisoii — I2:S N'ortli Dcl.iw.iiv 




Ic-// In n-ht 
lirsf roil : 

Rose Rohner, Helen Scliimkai. Ruth W'oodwortli, M.iri;.irct 
Warner, Collcnc Phillips. 

Sciuiul rinv : 

Mary Fckcte, June Albrich, Ivliecn Uiij;ncr, M.irtin Sli.innon, 
Eleanor Reed, Joann Burr. 



.Mlli. RlIII W'dDDWUR I II, 

Chdlwrtiin- 



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W&nteM.'6^ [ledldeMx:e 



1213 North Pennsylvania 




L('/7 to right 
First rotv: 

Betty Sheaf, Mary Louise Masters, Constance McClur 

Second row: 

Frances Nichols, Pat Dunten, Helen Howard. 

Third row: 

Donna Thornbtirg, Wilma B)'field, Pat Pence. 

Fourth row: 

Freda Zambara, Florine Duff, Catherine VanDeman 



Mrs. Frances Nichoi s 
Chahcroiic 



( 34 ) 




ficKmUme - llkn-oA^j. 




ROOKSTORi: 

Marion Hi ndihson, Snri/aty 
Dai 1 Swi N(,i.i , Asais'iitil 

Shiiliiil A\M\laiili 
lilccn lirii;iic'r 
I'cj; W'.irncr 
M.irym.ie Sl.inipcr 
Martha Shannon 
Lincoln Theobald 
l-.lsic Riiih Young 



I.lliRAR^■ 




1 l^•^l> I'aiii N, Lilnarian 
Sliiilinl Aisislaiil>.. liiicn Schinikai, Mary Fckctc, Mike Riuhcrlord, Claude Parsons 



( 35 ) 



OPU i 



Business Manager 




OPUS COVER DESIGNED BY DICK METCALF 



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STAFF 



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STAFF 



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JoANN Burr 






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F.NF. HaNIN 


Ruth Dye 










Bob Evans 


Hon 


kicr. 




ART 






Dick (ior.T/ 


Dick 


Ml T( .1 


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ToMMV AdKINS 






ADVl'RTISIN'G 




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MM \I 1 1 I DT 



( 37 ) 



SNAP BAR 




HARRY K. LANDES COMPANY 

C. A. LANDES, Manager 
Academic Costumes Theatrical Costumes 

Choir Robes Tuxedos and Full Dress 

For rent and sale 
837 North Illinois Street Indianapolis 4, Indiana 

Rl ley 3655 



THE RALEIGH LUNCH 

110 East 13th Street 

"Where Jordan students meet to eat and have fun" 

BREAKFAST and LUNCH 

Established 22 Years GRACE CHAMBERS, Owner 



Where Musicians Meet 

GLADYS ALWES 
MUSIC SHOPPE 

in 
Wilking Music Company 

Standard Sheet Music — Octavo Music 

120 North Pennsylvania Street 
Indianapolis 4, Indiana 

FRanklin 9501 

We Are Glad As Always 
To Please You 



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PRIITIt. 

IS OUR BUSINESS 

And We Welcome Opportunities 

to Serve a Larger Clientele. 
Regardless of what your printing 
prol)leni may be, we would like to 
work with you and for you — now 
and in the days to come. 
You may use the phone or mail to 
bring a representative, but do it now 
while you have it on your mind. 

222 E. OHIO STREET 

MArket 
6339 




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specialized Instruction on 

SAXOPHONE and CLARINET 

Complete Line of Woodwind Music and 
Music Merchandise 






GENE FRANZMAN STUDIOS 
AND STORE 

3 19 Ndrtli I'cniisyK .ini.i Strict 
Indl.in.ipolis 4, lndi.in.i 
Rl lev 29 S 8 



PHOTOGRAPHS 

Like Good Music 

Live Forever 

FITCH STUDIO 

24 East 14th Street Lincoln 0777 


Compliments of 
CASE and BORCHERS 

Benjamin Franklin Store 

2350 Station Street 

You want it . . . 
We sell it . . . 


NEESE'S BARBER SHOP 

QUICK COURTEOUS SERVICE 

106 East 13th Street Riley 0965 

F. F. NEESE, Manager 


COLONIAL TEA ROOM 

1433 North Pennsylvania Street 

CATERING TO PARTIES 

LUNCHEONS ------ 11:00-1:30 

DINNERS 5:00-7:30 

HI ley 0763 IndianapoHs 


Compliments of 

WOMEN'S RESIDENCE 

1346 North Delaware Street 


PHOENIX HARDWARE 

AND 

LUMBER COMPANY, INC, 

1319 North Capitol Avenue 

HARDWARE — LUMBER 
MILLWORK 

Lincoln 1585 


PENN GRILL 

950 North Pennsylvania Street 

Indianapolis 

Lincoln 0090 



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BREHOB 
Carburetor Service 

Complete Automobile Service 
EDDIE BREHOB, Prop. 

218 East New York Street 

Phone, RI ley 89G3 
Indianapolis 


THOMAS E. DEERING'S 

— ST. REGIS — 
CLEANERS 

14th at Pennsylvania 

Riley 0194 


Phone, MArket 4413 
Where Sportsman Serves Sportsman 

THE SPORTSMAN STORE, 
INC. 

126 North Pennsylvania Street 

Indianapolis 


B. M. FLORA Phone RI. 1783 

PEOPLE'S CLEANERS 

OUALITY WORK and SERVICE 

116 East 13th Street 

Indianapolis, Ind. 


INDIANA MUSIC COMPANY 

WHOLESALE and RETAIL 

Accordions, Band and Orchestra 
Instruments 

PAUL H. RINNE, President 
115 East Ohio Street Indianapolis, Ind. 

FRanklin 1184 


DIAMONDS WATCHES 
"A Gift for Every Occasion" 

BRIGHTWOOD JEWELERS 

2349 Station Street 

In Dream Theatre Building 
Indianapolis 1, Indiana 

Use Our Layaway Plan . . . 


JOHN TAYLOR'S 
CAFETERIA 

Good Food At Low Cost 

1309 Mo th Pennsylvania Street 
Indianapolis Indiana 



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ST. REGIS GRILL 

1402 North Pennsylvania Street 

Hours: 7:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. 

Adjoining Ice Cream Parlor — Open 1 1 A.M. - 10 P.M. 
BOB and GAY, Props. 


DORN'S CUT-PRICE DRUGS 

1301 North Pennsylvania Street Lincoln 6319 

WHERE STUDENTS MEET 


CIRCLE ENGRAVING CO. 

MArket 4334 
151 East Maryland Street 

Indianapolis, Ind. 


CLARENCE E. 
CRIPPIN & SON, INC. 

225 N. New Jersey St. FR. 2466 

Indianapolis 

1^ 

Printers to 

ARTHUR JORDAN 

CONSERVATORY 

OF MUSIC 

and the 

INDIANA STATE 

SYMPHONY SOCIETY 


EM-ROE SPORTING GOODS 
CO. 

209-11 W. Washington St. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Lincoln 3446-3447 



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Compliments 



of the 



FACULTY 



ARTHUR JORDAN 

CONSERVATORY OF 

MUSIC 



to the 



GRADUATING CLASS 



OF 



1947 




-?/^o 



STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS 

THOROUGH LUBRICATION — WASHING — WAXING — SIMONIZING 

SCIENTIFIC MOTOR TUNE-UP 

COMPLETE BRAKE, STARTER and GENERATOR SERVICE 

Distributor for ATLAS TIRES and BATTERIES 

CUR PLEDGE: "To make available to you the very test in products and 

workmanship at economical cost, with quicker and mors 

courteous service." 

EMERGENCY ROAD SERVICE 
"DON'T CUSS — CALL STUTZ" -- LL 0897 

24 HOUR SERVICE 



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A Friend of jovdaii Cuincnatory 

DOWNEY DUNKER 

1102 North Pennsylvania Street 
16 North Pennsylvania Street 
27 East Market Street 
137 West Sixteenth Street 



Best Place for a Quick Lunch 
— Day or Night — 



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i^SK^^^^En^ piK .ikP^^P^^S^^^^yiH 




Compliments of 

JULES ZINTER and JOE ZINKAN 

AND THEIR ORCHESTRA 
"Music With Taste" 





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