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    Hallowed Halls

    Over the years of the ADM Alumni Association web site the single thing I have heard the most is, “Why don’t you have any pictures of the old high school on the site?”  Well, now that wish has been fullfilled. 

    These photos were taken 2012 of the building known as the OLD HIGH SCHOOL.  Many alumnus attended this building.  Sometimes all the way through school and sometimes just the Junior High and Senior High years.  Over the years the building was changed alot and at the end of it’s use received lowered ceilings and carpeted floors.  One thing seemed to remain unchanged though…….the locker rooms!  Some of us think they still have the same smell!  We were unable to get to the lunch room, my favorite place, or the stage/band room or under the bleachers for the art/shop room.  If these sites come available I will add more pictures.

    I will also try to get pictures of DeSoto and Minburn when possible.

     

    The ADM Alumni Association would like to thank Laura Brenner for her efforts on the following power point presentation.  Her work and effort to retrieve the history of the building on 11th Street is greatly appreciated!

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