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Table of Contents
Junior Play, Class of "Sl
Prom, Class of "Sl"
Basketball 1st Team
Basketball 2nd Team
Senior Trip Snaps
Cooks, Janitors, Bus Drivers
We, the Class of l95l,declicate our annual to the memory of Dolores Rae Thatcher,
who departed this life on July 14, l950. Dolores has been called away by our
Heavenly Father, but the memory of her life and spirit remains with us. The
memory of her unselfish devotion to her school, her willingness to work, her
cheerful attitude and her love for others, permeates the very atmosphere of the
playground, the gymnasium, the auditorium, the halls and the classrooms of
RAYMOND F. TATE
Oakland City College, B.S.
Indiana U., M.S.
CRAIG STEVENS LELAND BUCHANAN M. E. DINSMOORE
Oufgoing Trustee Newly Elected Trustee County Superintendent of Schools
Sponsored by PAUL VINCENTS' STUDIO, GARY
These are the students chosen
by their class to represent them
in their last and most important
Left to right they ure: Carol McGin-
ley and Wendell Thatcher, Student
Council Representatives, Don Wil-
son, President, Mary Lou Applegate,
Secretary, Marilyn Sampson, Treas-
urer, Dick Blood, Vice President.
The day we all longed for will be here soon but we're beginning
to wonder whether we ll be as happy as we thought we would be!
However, it will be a great day we'll always remember.
Bottom Row Joyce Garvey Phyllis Gericke, Phyllis Henning, Donna Johnson, Marilyn
Sampson Mary Lou Applegate Second Row: Robert McCol y, Marcella Mason, Betty
Thurner Mary Sherman Carol McGinley, Dean Smith. Top Row: Dick Blood, Tom Osby,
Jim Knopf Don Pnepho Don Wilson, Wendell Thatcher.
Sponsored by VALPARAISO DRY CLEANING WORKS, Phone -l05
MARILYN SAMPSON - Entered School in 1940
Activities - Girls' Club, G.A.A., Booster
Club, Chorus Secretary-Treasun
er, Hawker Staff, Seneca Staff,
Senior Class Treasurer, Campus
Ambition - Interior Decorator
RICHARD BLOOD - Entered School in 1939
Activities - Seneca Staff, Basketball, Base-
ball, Class President, Athletic
Board, Junior and Senior Class
Ambition - Draftsman
Sponsored by HEBRON GRILL
DONALD WILSON - Entered School in 1939
Junior and Senior Class Presi-
dent, Sophomore Class Treasur-
er, Student Council, Basketball,
Baseball, Band, Junior Play,
Seneca Staff, Hawker Staff.
To have a long and happy life.
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MARY LOU APPLEGATE - Entered School
Activities - G.A.A., Chorus President, Band
Vice President, Band Librarian,
Booster Club, Seneca Staff, Jun-
ior Play, Solo and Ensemble
Ambition - Secretary
DONNA JOHNSON - Entered School in 1939
Activities - G.A.A., Chorus, Hawker Staff,
Seneca Staff, Girls' Club. "ul
Ambition - Psychologist
JIM KNOPF - Entered School in 1939
Activities - Basketball, Baseball, Seneca A
Staff, Hawker Staff, Junior Play,
Athletic Board, Class Treasurer.
Ambition - Auto Mechanic
WENDELL THATCHER - Entered School in
Activities - Student Council, Basketball,
Seneca Staff, Hawker Staff.
Ambition -- Future Farmer ,,
CAROL MCGINL EY - Entered School in 'l939
Activities - G.A.A., Chorus, Cheerleader,
Band, Booster Club, Student
Council President, Junior Play,
Solo and Ensemble Club, Sen-
Ambition - Housewife
Sponsored by CITIZENS' BANK
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JOYCE GARVEY - Entered School in 1939
Activities - G.A.A., Chorus, Band, Booster
Club, Seneca Staff, Junior Play,
Solo and Ensemble Club, Girls V
Club, Hawker Staff, Seneca Ed- V
Ambition - Physical Therapist 4 A
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DONALD PIEPHO - Entered School in 1939
Activities - Junior Play, Band, Seneca Stott,
Hawker Staff, Baseball.
Ambition - Engineer
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TOM OSBY - Entered School in 1939
Activities - Basketball, Traclc, Seneca Staff,
Hawker Staff, Junior Play.
Ambition - Plumber
PHYLLIS HENNING- Entered School in 1947
Activities - G.A.A., Chorus, Maiorette, Hawk-
er Staft, Seneca Staff, Booster
Club, Girls Club.
Ambition - Airline Stewardess
Sponsored by HEBRON BOOKKEEPING AND REAL ESTATE
MARCELLA MASON - Entered School in 1948
Booster Club Hawker Staff Sen- 6. -,I
Activities-Girls' Club, Chorus Librarian,
1 1 V-
eca Staff Junior Play.
Ambition -- To keep the happiness I have ob-
" tained at Hebron High School.
DEAN SMITH - Entered School in 1939
Activities - Seneca Staff, Hawker Staff, Bas-
ketball, Baseball,Vice President.
Ambition - Farmer
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ROBERT MCCOLLY - Entered School in 1942
Activities -- Class Treasurer, Student Council,
Band, Seneca Staff, Junior Play.
Ambition - Chemist
BETTY THURNER - Entered School in 1939
Activities - Band President, Chorus, G.A.A.,
Booster Club, Hawker Staff, Sen-
eca Staff, Student Council Presi-
dent, Solo and Ensemble Club,
Ambition - Secretary
Sponsored by PORTER COUNTY HERALD
PHYLLlS GERICKE - Entered School in 1948
Activities - Chorus Vice President, G.A.A.
Treasurer, Cheerleader, Booster
Club, Hawker Staff, Hawker Ed-
itor, Seneca Staff, Girls' Club
Ambition - Housewife
MARY DeKOCK SHERMAN - Entered School
Activities - Band, G.A.A., President G.A.A.,
Hawker Staff, Junior Play, Band
Treasurer, Junior Class Treasur-
er, Class President.
Ambition - Secretary
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Sponsored by JOHN DeKOCK'S Grocery 81 Locker Service
Student Council . . . . . . Tom Schuster
Secretary . . . .
President . . . . . . . .
Vice President . . ..... Paul Riley
Treasurer . . .
. . Bill Urbas
Bottom Row: Mary Fickle, Hester Muzzall, Mary
Wright, Barbara Wilson, Howard Hickman, Ken-
ton Hoover. Second Row: Mariean Frame, Flora
Mae Guernsey, Carol McNeill, Kathryn DeKock,
Tom Schuster. Third Row: Jeanneane Ander-
son, Janet Wahl, Jeanette Eggert, Shirley Birky,
Wallace Mullins, Bill Antrim, Paul Riley. Top
Row: Beverly Thomas, Morilynn Wise, Nadine
Coffman, Joyce Massey, Pauline Sweney, Mar-
garet Fishel, Ed Hren, Bob Piephog Sponsors,
Mr. Ahlemeyer, Mrs. Rader, Auggie Burns, Bill
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Student Council . . . . . Jane Arend
President .... ...... A nita Fry
Secretary . . . . . Marilyn Burtner
Treasurer ..... . . Raymond Smith
Vice President . . .... Pete Gruloe
Student Council . . . . . Duane Osburn
Bottom Row: Joyce Butterworth, CarolMitchell, Duane Osburn, Mary Alice Thatcher, Barlfara
Marilyn Burtner, Betty Steftel, Tom Murphy, Hites. Top Row: Anita Fry, Marilyn Poisel,
Pete Grube. Second Row: Jane Arend, Mary Phyllis Button, Betty Bryant, Tom Burns, Paul
McColly, Di0hI'l9, Carol HOHGWUY. Hegglingl Curtis wilsgnl Don Epson: Spgnsgf,
Row: Louis Asher, Ronald Laszlo, Jack Wright, Mr. Bastin, Raymond Smith.
Sponsored by DEKOCK SUPPLY CO., Your International Dealer,
FR ESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS
Treasurer . . . . . . Richard Urbas
Secretary ...... . . . Ronald Gibson
Student Council . . . . . Troy Ingram
President .... . . . Tom Alyec
Vice President ..... . . Henry Busker
Bottom Row: Robert Petry, Troy Ingram, Joan
Ellenson, Donna Murphy, Donna Sue Wise, Pa-
tricia Riley, Wilma Schuster. Second Row: Ron-
ald Gibson, George Armstrong, James Morrow,
Richard Urbas, Bonnie Reed, Marjorie Cummins,
Shirley Eggert, Faye Hites. Third Row: Her-
bertMcKay, Byron McColIy, Donald Kirby, James
Reisinger, Allen Cooper, Kenneth Litwiller,
Henry Busker, Merritt Birky. Top Row: Tom
Alyea, Melvin Birky, Paul Fisher, James Reed,
Bill Vergin, John Goffeg Sponsor, Mr. Childs,
Judy Grube, Kay Blood, Nancy Guernsey, Heath-
er McNeill, Mary Jane Cavinder, Mary Jean
Herz, Marlene Collins.
Sponsored by NEIL MORROW'S TURKEY FARM
Bottom Row: David Van Veld, Dick Johnson, Karen Rosenthal, Dorthy Obenchain, Ruth Ellen
Jerry Steinhilber, Carolyn Frame, Nila Jo Ellen- Thatcher. Top Row: Ronald West, DalePiepho,
son. Second Row: Patty Wole, lcla Comer, Joyce Wise, Melinda Frame, Mary Lou Knopf,
Margaret Little, Carol Bradley, Joyce Epson. Mr. Linderman, Donald Bell.
Third Row: Patty Smith, Mary Jane Hrdlicka,
Bottom Row: Irene Albertson, Judith McKay, Button. Third Row: Kenneth Hough, Ruby.
Marian Murphy, Ruth Slager, Donna Patrick, Eichellzerger, Carol Wale, Mary Bales, Glen
June Koehler, John Blank, Bob Reisinger. Sec- Cummins. Top Row: Phyllis Ingram, Joyce
ond Row: Clifford Poisel, Marlene Meyer, Helen Bricker, Edith Gilson,Jo Ellyn Petry, Mrs. Gid-
De Keck, Robert Lloyd, LeRoy Urbas, Bill Dur- ley, Nancy Wale, Alice Piepho, Sandra Stokes,
ham, Dick Patrick, Donald Oehlman, Donald Mary Schuster, Joyce Mclntire, David Dierking.
Sponsored by THE LIGHTHOUSE
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Left to Right: Kenneth Hough, Leroy Urbas, Bottom Row: Ronald West, Patty Smith Nilq
Phyllis Ingram, Mary June Schuster, Helen Jo Ellenson. Second Row: Dick Jol-fl-,son
D9 Keck- Jerry Steinhilber. I
Bottom Row: Dick Frame, Ronnie Meyers, Leroy Urbas, Dole Parenl. Top Row: Mr.
Tom Wise, Donnie Meyers,Dick Johnson,John Ahlmeyer, Coach, Robert Lloyd, David Van
Morrow. Second Row: Roger Asher, Bob Veld, Clayion Hoover, Jerry Sleinhilber, Ron-
Reisinger, Glen Cummins, Clifford Poisel, nieWest, Larry Saylor, Dole Piepho, Manager.
Sponsored by BELL'S TURKEY FARM
Valparaiso University A.B.
Hope College A.B.
Indiana University B.S.
Purdue University B.S.
Indiana University B.S.
Ball State Teachers College B.S
Sponsored by ED'S CITIES SERVICE AND TOOTHPICK
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The chorus is made up of girls from grades nine to twelve. They sang on
November i2 at Miss Bryant's for the D. A. R. In the spring they participated in
a concert presented to the public.
The band has been active in both concert and marching activities. In the fall
it won first place in the Valparaiso University Marching Contest and also par-
ticipated in a marching spectacle put on by many high school bands at Indiana
University. They gave a concert in the spring.
Sponsored by LAGEVEEN'S DEPT. STORE, DCMOTTE, Tel. 4
On October 26, l949, we presented the play "Aunt Samanthy Rules the
Roost" a three-act farce composed of eleven characters. The play was a suc-
cess as a dramatic production and as a money-making proiect.
Our prom and banquet was presented on the evening of May 13, 1950. The
setting was a southern plantation with the music of Glen Martin's orchestra
floating from the colonial porch. A color scheme of light and dark blue was used
in decorating the gym. Ann Brietzlce and Gene Rolaey reigned as king and queen
for the evening. Michael Alysworth and Jeannie Martin were pages.
Sponsored by HOME APPLIANCE COMPANY
Bottom Row: Wendell That-
cher, Dan Piepho, Mrs. Wahl,
Don Wilson, Joyce Garvey, Bet-
ty Thurner, Phyllis Gericke.
Second Row: Carol McGinley,
Donna Johnson, Marilyn Samp-
son, Phyllis Henning, Mary Lou
Applegate, Marcella Mason,
Bob McColIy, Dean Smith, Tom
Osby, Dick Blood, Jim Knopf.
Editor ..... . .... .... . . . . Joyce Garvey Editor ....... . . . Phyllis Gericke
Assistant Editor ......... . . . . Don Wilson Assistant Editor ..... . . . Hester Muzzall
Business Managers .... Don Piepho, Tom Osby Sports Editor ........ . , . . Dean Smith
Advertising ..... Wendell Thatcher, Jim Knopf Circulation and Feature ...... Phyllis Henning
Pictures ...... Betty Thurner, Carol McGinley Marilyn Sampson
Sports .... ..... D ean Smith, Dick Blood Mimeascope .... Tom Osby, Wendell Thatcher
Feature .... . .......... Marcella Mason Cartoons ..... ...... .... . D on Piepho
Proofreaders ..... Bob McColly, Betty Thurner Mimeograph . . . ............ Jim Knopf
Art ...... . . . Marilyn Sampson, Don Piepho Stencils ................ Typing Class ll
Typists ................ Phyllis Henning Reporters ............ Mary Alice Thatcher
Marilyn Sampson, Donna Johnson Joyce Butterworth, Marilyn Burtner
Class Prophecy ........... Phyllis Gericke Carol Mitchell, Marilyn Poisel
Class Poem .... . . . . . Mary Lou Applegate Bdrlwra Wilson, Burbarahlites
Class Will .... .... C arol McGinley Judy Grube, Jane Arend, Anite Fry
Sponsors . . . . . . Mrs. Ann Wahl Sponsors . . ......... Miss Phyllis Minniear
Bottom Row: Dean Smith, Judy
Grube, Anita Fry, Marilyn
Sampson, Phyllis Gericke,
Hester Muzzall. Second Row:
Wendell Thatcher, Barbara Wil-
son, Phyllis Henning, Barbara
Hites, Joyce Butterworth, Carol
Mitchell, Moril n Poisel, Mar-
ilyn Burtner. Third Row: Mr.
Bastin, Miss Minniear, Betty
Thurner, Jim Knopf, Tom Osby,
Jane Arend, Don Piepho, Mary
Mr. John Bastin
Sponsored by BUCHANAN'S DRUG STORE
Athletic Board 3'
Bob Petry, Mr. Bastin, Jim Knopf,
Miss Minniear, Ronald Laszlo, My
M Tate, Mr. Childs, Howard
The Student Council is made up of two e-
lected representatives from each high school
class, one from each of the 7th and 8th grades,
the principal and a student president elected
by the student body.
Its general purpose is to promote school
spirit, to give students a voice in school af-
fairs and to establish a mutual understanding
between faculty and student body.
The Athletic Board was organized the first
time in the fall of i949. The purpose ofthe
board is to act in an advisory capacity on all
problems pertaining to athletics.
The Board consists of an elected repre-
sentative from each high school class, the
high school coaches, the principal and one
Among their duties are setting the single
admission and season ticket prices for basket-
ball games and distributing the limited number
of South County and Sectional Tournament
Bottom Row: Wendell Thatcher,
Betty Thurner, - president, Mr,
Tate, Carol McGinley, - secretary.
Second Row: Troy Ingram, Mary
Jane Schuster, Donna Murphy,
Duane Osburn, Tom Schuster,
Kathryn DeKock,Jane Arend, Nila
Jo Ellenson. '
Sponsored by HEINOLD ELEVATOR CO.
On September 22, an all-school carnival was held in the school gym to raise
money for a new scoreboard. Each class in grades seven through twelve had a
proiect, such as a basketball throw, a raffle, a penny arcade, or a burlesque
show. Grades one through six sponsored a cake-walk. Various organizations
sold candy, taffy, apples, or popcorn.
The crowning of the Campus Queen was one of the main events of the eve-
ning. Grades seven through twelve had each nominated a candidate and the
queen was chosen by casting ballots - apennya vote. Dean Smith, chosen bythe
student body as master-of-ceremonies, announced the senior candidate, Marilyn
Sampson, as winner.
The community responded so well that the amount of money taken in far ex-
ceeded the expectations of the school. '
Sponsored by TODD FUNERAL HOME. D6Motte, Tel- 6
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Hickman, H. McKay, T. Murphy, T. Ingram, H. Bus-
ker, Second How: J. Reed, P. Riley, D. Osburn,
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Sponsored by CHILDS AND WILSON
PLAYERS PLAYED FG FTA
Urbcs 19 83 105
Blood 19 68 46
Smith 21 57 64
Loszlo 13 39 64
OsbY 21 25 78
McKay 7 22 15
Burns 1 1 19 30
Riley 18 19 34
Thatcher 17 18 23
Wilson 19 12 37
Reed 6 3 2
Hickman 7 2 4
Schuster 2 0 0
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Hebron 62 Morgan 40
Hebron 37 Portage 58
Hebron 47 Knox 44
Hebron 57 Crown Point 58
Hebron 56 Boone Grove 45
Hebron 55 Lowell 56
Hebron 50 Wirt 65
Hebron 49 Liberty 31
Hebron 42 Kouts 52
Hebron 48 Morgan 47
Hebron 38 Wheeler 44
Hebron 28 Chesterton 52
FTM FTW, POINTS
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22 .452 158
35 .547 149
33 .516 111
32 .410 82
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Hebron 50 Jackson
Hebron 42 Merriville
Hebron 41 Griffith
Hebron 47 Kouts
Hebron 40 DeMotte
Hebron 36 Washington
Hebron 54 Wheatfield
Hebron 65 Liberty
Hebron 39 Kouts
Sponsored By DINSMORE CHEVROLET SALES
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FTA FTM FT'i'b POINTS
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51 27 .529 99
31 14 .452 88
19 9 .474 75
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Hebron 41 Boone Grove
Hebron 26 Chesterton
Hebron 25 Merrillville
Hebron 34 Griffith
Hebron 29 Kouts
Hebron 21 DeMotte
Hebron 37 Washington
Hebron 36 Wheatfield
Sponsored by JOHNSON'S SEED STORE
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asked the way. I pointed ahead-"
B ernara' Shaw
Bottom Row: Miss Nolan, Mrs. Koldahl.
Second Row: Miss Wahl,
Top Row: Miss Henderson, Mrs. Knorr, Mrs. Morrow, Mrs. Mc Millen.
Bottom Row: Marlene Arra, Dick Frame, Judy Eiler, Gladys Hoover, Joyce Bryant, Carol
Mclntire. Second Row: Dennis McColly, Dick Litwiller, Myron Handway, Maurice Samp-
son, Milton Gibson, John Morrow, Third Now: Eugene Sowards, Roger Asher, Harry Dean
Slade, Lila Patrick, Terry Yeagley, John Ross. Fourth Row: Janet Dinsmore, Bonnie
Cavinder, Maurice Hickman, Frances Starkey, Anita Hough, Mary Margaret Thomas. Fifth
Row: Albert Piepho,Jerry Martin, Carole Moore, Lloyd Tate, Larry Saylor, Suzanne Fickle.
Top Row: James Phillips, Ronald Wright.
Bottom Row: Margaret Wyland, Connie Alyea, Jerry Epson, Betty Polsel, Darlene West,
Carol McGinnis, Mary Leslee Fickle. Second Raw: Robert Polsel David Breitzke, Tom
Wise, Larry Obenchain, Jim Patrick, Robert Rosenthal, Arthur Eggert Third How Robert
Witt, Jack Antrim, Evartwright, Jim Antrim, Fourth Row: Larry Hates, Larry Martin, Lynne
Bruce, Marsha Kay Haller, Sylvia Burns, Grant Dickinson, Fifth Row Roger Wilson, Jean
Morre, Alice Jane Weddle, Donald Meyer, Tom Potts, Rhoda Durkee Top How John But
ton, Ronald Meyer, David Thurner.
Sponsored by ALYEA SERVICE
Uottom Row: Gordon Roeske, Raymond Obenchain, Raymond Wright, Kathlenn Kadahl,
Carolyn Bryant, Gloria Watson, Phillip Wise, Gerald Hanaway. Second ltow: David
Hickman, Charles Bryant, Rose Marie Kleine, Linda Albertson, Jacqueline Eiler, Robert
Sanders. Third Now: Curtis Birky, Herbert McMahon, Judith Fry, Nancy Kaldahl, Mabel
Kosanke, Barbara Cummins. Fourth How: Linda Fickle, Lee Hoagland, Gerald James,
Lindal Hanaway, Ronald Dye, David Berdine. Fijlh Row: Martin McKay, Jimmie Stokes,
William Woodke, Judy Burns, Sally Johnson, Roberta Wyland. Sixth Row: Barrett Hend-
erson, George Stanford, Ronald Fisher, Neil Albertson, Lee Pierce. Top Row: Melinda
Morrow, Patsy Wiltfang, Rita Pearson, Sharon Sowards.
Bottom Row: Jane Rigg, Sally Knorr, Karon Roeske, Sharon Roeske, Eugene Hoover,
Ronald Hanaway, Judith Johnson, Michael Garvey. Second Row: Bonnie Martin, Donna
Poisel, Sandra Ramsey, Joanne Laszlo, Patrick Regan, Delbert Patrick, Linda Wineland,
Judith Stokes. Third Row: Donald Souther, James Johnson, Michael Regan, George
Poisel, Dennis Burns, Barbara Dinsmore, Carolyn Terrana, Fourth Row: Raymond
Guernsey, David Wiltfang, Joann Morrow, Donna Sue Scarlett, Joyce Busker, Janet Bus-
ker. Top Row: Jack Moore, Samuel Koehler, Mary Stockman, Charles Kuhn, Phillip But-
ton, John Harrington.
Sponsored by PHILLIP'S FUNERAL HOME,
Bottom Row: John Skinkle, Bruce Hanaway, Margaret Martin, Sally Garvey, Rosemary
Little, Judith Wineland, Robert DeWitt, Jean Martin. Second Row: Vira Thompson, Kar-
en Epson, William Knarr, Daniel Bryant, Harry Spratley, Sans Wright, Judith Thompson,
David Piepho. Third Row: Michael Harrington, Gwenyth Petry, Ruby Hoover, Ronald
Cavinder, Steven Rathburn, Dorothy Hoagland, David Roseberry. Fourth Row: Diane
Wilson, Ted Beveridge, Kay Martin, Raymond Patrick, Diane Arra, Martha Martin. Fifth
Row: Larry Hessling, Ramona Kleine, Michael Aylesworth, Judith Hrdlicka, Herbert
Hoover. Top Row: Lyle Sanders, Jon Bearson, Richard Haller, Gred Kosanke, Ruth
Lloyd, Alice Hoagland.
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Row: Teddy Kaldahl, Carolyn Durham, Larry Bricker, Janet Breltzke Doris
Wright, Jimmy Johnson, Ruth Bales, Steven Bryant. Second Row: Nell Hoagland, Jerry
Karen Lawrence, David McNichols, Gene Kuhn, Susan Berdlne, David Slade,
Sharon Murphy. Third Row: Bruce Dillworth, David Tatro, Charlotte Woodke George
Wilkes, Jerry Hessling, Richard Hoagland, Vernon Hoover, Charles Morrow Fourth Row
Judy Whaley, Donna Rae Emerson, Nancy Stockman, Mancy Oehlman, Linda Aylesworth,
Shirley Thompson. Top Row: Dennis Scarlett, John Fickle, Ronald Ensensmlth, Bully
Schrag, Merritt. Morrow, Billy Aiken.
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Cooks, Janitors, Bus Drivers
Left to Right: Wayne Fry, Charles Osburn, Charles Berdine, Mrs. Mamie Orr, Alvin
Landfaclf, Mrs. Clara Douglas, Ed Thompson, Mrs. Nellie Russell, John Johnson, Bob
Sponsored by LAGEVEEN'S DEPT. STORE
Dellflotte, Tel. 4
Surrounded by my family, I celebrated my
tenth graduation anniversary watching tele-
vision. I turned in on the new program of
"Giggles Galore," starring Wendell, "You'll
laugh at me all the time," Thatcher. He had
iust gained the title of Mr. Television from
the out-dated Milton Berle. Oh, girlsl He
looked wonderful in color.
The program was starred by the great
acrobatic team of Bob, "Sure Foot," Mc-
Colly and Don, "Never Slip," Piepho. Every
second was full of thrills and chills.
A special news bulletin momentarily
interrupted the program. Mr. Don, "Hot
Tip," Wilson, the most famous of all news-
casters warned the nation to be on the look-
out for the worst villain in the history of
We were then entertained by a great
singer, Carol, "Torrid Lips," Mc Ginley,
who is best known for repopularizing a song
from our school days, "The Tennessee
Waltz." Her style reminded me of the im-
mortal Betty Hutton.
The show then changed from popular to
classical. Marcella, "Tippy Toe" Mason,
prima donna ballerina of the famous "Ballet
Russe," did an enchanting dance. Yester-
day, in Dean, "Tell Everything You Know,"
5n1ith's News Column it was reported that
she may give up her illustrious career to be
A break in the show was made for the
commercial in which J. E. Garvey, D. D.
lDoctor of Dieteticsl showed the audience
how to fry chicken with a new product "Oily
Oil." lt is said the meals she serves her
husband and family are delicious and she
always uses "Oi-lyOil."
Then to my amazement a special bulletin
was flashed on the screen announcing that
Professor Dick Blood had found a cure for
somnambulism, better known as walking in
your sleep. If you have this sickness and
want to be cured write to Professor Dick
Blood, Rockefeller Plaza, New York.
The program was resumed with a dramat-
ic skit written by Mary DeKock Sherman,
called, "The Brood and I" based on her
life's experiences. It was directed by the
renowned Betty Thurner. Her movies are of
M. G. M. class which means mighty gruesome
My attention was distracted for a few
minutes by my family, but I immediately
turned back to the television program when
I heard a booming voice which could belong
to none other than Tom Osby, imagine what
he was doing - yes, using that voice in a
ventri Oauist act.
Then for a few minutes there was a
preview of the next week's features. Our
own Marilyn Sampson puts on a good show
and she will appear in her act which is
entitled "l'll Make You Disappear." Her
main trick is making men disappear and
then pulling them out of hats.
Another feature on next week's program
will be Jim, "Test Voice," Knoph, who
made off key singers popular. ln addition
they are going to have the famous world
traveler Donna, "Vagabond Shoes,"..lohnson,
whp recently returned from Venus and will
tel of their customs.
After this preview - the program con-
tinued. Being televised was a part of a
church service from some place in Southern
Indiana and low and behold there was Ray-
mond, "The Rev.," Tate.
I tuned in to The Man Un The Street,
lChannel 245l, whom should l see, but Ann,
"The Dean," Wahl. There she stood as
usual, holding her glasses in one hand and
with the other trying to round up her twenty-
My graduation anniversary would have
been a perfect occasion if my television set
hadn't broken iust before the title wrestling
match. Mary, "Tuffy," Applegate who per-
fected the "Kangaroo Hold," was to defend
her title against Phyllis, "Bone Crusher,"
Henning, well known for her rib crushing
As l retired for the night I was grateful
that the marvel of television had allowed me
to see and hear all my school chums again.
We the Seniors of l95l, are about to take one of the most Important steps in
our careers Graduation. So, before leaving, we find numerous things m our pos
esslon that we would like to pass on to future seniors. We, therefore will to our
underclassmen the following:
l, Mary Lou Applegate, hereby will and be-
queath my height to Auggie Burns.
l, Richard Bruce Blood, hereby will and be-
queath my tameness to Tom Schuster.
I, Joyce Estelle Garvey, hereby will and be-
queath my unmistakable calmness to Shirley
Birky and Pauline Sweneyg to Barbara Wilson
my position in band.
l, Phyllis Marie Gericke, hereby will and
bequeath my position as cheerleader to Bev-
erly Thomas and my domestic inclinations to
l, Phyllis Jean Henning, hereby will and be-
ueath my many out-of-town acquaintances to
Plora Maye Guernsey.
l, Donna Faye Johnson, hereby will and
bequeath my shy f?l ways to Jeannette Eg-
gert and Carol McNeil.
l, Jimmy Dale Knopf, hereby will and be-
queath my wolfish ways to Hester Muzzall.
l, Marcella June Mason, hereby will and
bequeath my ability to always find something
to say to Margaret Fisher.
l, Carol June McGinley, hereby will and be-
queath my position in the office to Bill An-
l, Robert Alan McColly, hereby will and
bequeath my studious ways to Joyce Massey.
l, Thomas William Osby, hereby will and be-
queath my masculine voice to Mariean Frame
and Janet Wahl.
l, Donald Arden Piepho, hereby will and
bequeath a few inches of my height to Wally
l, Marilyn Louise Sampson, hereby will and
bequeath my long luscious locks to Howard
Hickman, and my meekness to Jenneane
l, Dean Carroll Smith, hereby will and be-
queath my athletic ability to Mary Wright and
l, Francis Wendell Thatcher, hereby will and
bequeath my winning ways with women to
l, Donald Eugene Wilson, hereby will and
bequeath my tiny f?l feet to Marilyn Wise
and my wonderful fans in the eight grade to
Robert Piepho. -
l, Mary Elizabeth Thurner, hereby will and
bequeath my poise and sophistication to Ed
l, Mary Elizabeth Sherman, hereby will and
bequeath my typing speed to Kent Hoover
and Paul Riley.
Sponsored by HARVEY SHURR, INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER
This is the Class of '51
And with our work we've iust begun.
We'll try to carry through in life
The things we've learned and think are right.
Our Editor-in-Chief is Joyce Garvey
Whose cheerful spirit keeps her charming,
At playing the piano she's quite fine,
And we know she'll go far in any line.
For two years straight we have elected
And Don Wilson was selected,
As our president he is swell,
What goal he'll reach is hard to tell.
Phyllis Gericke is known to all
As editor of the Hawker and a swell gal,
To be a housewife, is her aim,
For a boy named Don she's staked her claim.
Next comes Wendell with his cheery smile,
We know he'll go far in iust a short while,
A future farmer he plans to be,
We know he'll succeed, just wait and see.
For a sweet personality and friendly way
Mary ranks high, we'll always say.
lt's cleaning and cooking she's chosen to do
And now she keeps house for only two.
When the professor, at the end of college,
Calls on the boy with the most knowledge,
We know it's Bob who will take the stand
To represent Hebron throughout the land.
From Hebron to Lowell, Crown Point, and back home
Donna Johnson likes to roam.
She's sure to settle down someday
ln one little town along the way.
Tall, with brown hair and a quiet way
Describes Dick pretty well, l'd say.
We'd like to see him search and seek
Until he climbs life's highest peak.
Betty can sew a fine seam, they say,
And cook in the most delicious way.
She plans to go to college next fall
And someday stand in Fame's old hall.
She's bright and pretty and friendly too,
This drum maiorette - that should give you a clue
For Art she seems to care the most,
Carol's the girl of whom we boast.
Dean's main interests seem to be
In sports and driving a green Chevie.
He's interested, too, in the Junior Class,
You know it's because of one fair lass.
The "Herald" is the place you'll find
Marcella works most of the time.
Her aim in life is iust to be
Happy, friendly and carefree.
If there is no lab left when we Seniors depart,
You'll know it's Don Piepho's work of art.
We laugh at his jokes and cutting up,
But please, Don, leave the school standing up.
If you think you see Jim at Fry's Garage
You're perfectly right - it's no mirage.
He'll greet you with a friendly smile
And send your car right off in style.
An airline stewardess she planned to be
But now she's changed those plans, we see.
Phyllis will make a lovely bride,
The class will remember her with pride.
If you want to ioke and have some fun,
Just call on Tom for he's the one.
His interests lie in basketball
And sports of any kind at all.
Lost but not least, you know who we mean,
Marilyn we once chose to be our queen.
A diamond ring is among her possessions
With a host of charm and friendly intentions.
We've .come to the end of our class it seems,
We've rolled up our hopes and all of our dreams
We're ready to enter life anew
So here's "good-bye" from Mary Lou.
Sponsored by BOONE GROVE GRAIN COMPANY
Senior "Good Morning" Trip
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Corydon Sioie Copiial
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Known As Possesses
Shorty Lou Bright blue eyes
Dick Sly grin
Pud ' Rinestone necklace
Baby Rinestone necklace
Snuffy New uniform
Boots Friendly smile
Tom Friendly smile
Donnie Soft blonde locks
Smitty Plaid shirts
Willy 8th Grade Girls
Ann Pleasing Person
Raymond F., New Chevie
At the piano
In Loszlo's car
In the Chrysler
Room no. 'l'l3
Tuna fish and
Steak - rare
"Two Weeks With
"At War With The
"The Bride Goes
"To Please a Lady"
"To Please a Lady"
in the Phillipines"
"The White Tower"
"Gone with the Wind
"Two Weeks With
Hamburgers "Mary Lou, l Love
Girls "I Don't Care"
Music "Tell My Why"
D, Thomas "Count Every Star"
Whitey "My Heart Cries
Rod "I'll Never be Free"
Girls "lf I Were a Bell"
Spanish "Sleepy Lagoon"
Sleeping "Harbor Lights"
" Spelling "The Thing"
Junior "My Heart Cries for
Food "So Long"
"To Please a Lady"
"Take it easy"
"So long it's
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"Ain't that the
Work and Money "All My Love"
That girl from
"I'll Never be Free'
Typing I "Your Just In Love"
Good grades "Enioy Yourself"
Earrings "Dear Hearts and
Southern lnd.. "A Perfect Day"
Reckless Drivers QR.. LJ
Getting up in the morning
People that boo at a ball game
Grey Olds convertible
Girls who crack gum
"Carramba!" People crowding up in cafeteria
"Ye Gods!" Bookkeeping
"What Happon?" Juniors
"For Heavens To ride the bus
"Oh! Na!" Overalls
'I don't know"
"Rank and File"
To ride the bus
That green Olds from Lowell
People who tell the plot of shows
People who chew gum
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The senior Class of 'SI wishes fo acknowledge the help given
by the businessmen of Hebron and surrounding communities in the
publishing of this yeor's Seneca.
BERDINE'S SERVICE STATION, Tel. SR30
CHARLIE'S REPAIR SHOP, R. R. 2 8. Hebron
HEBRON HARDWARE, John Bierma
HEBRON PAINT 81 SUPPLY CO., Joe Von O'sinsIci
PAULINE Si FRANCES' RESTAURANT
HEBRON BARBER SHOP, Norfon 8g Bricker
HEBRON DAIRY, David Parent
BOB'S SHELL SERVICE STATION
CULLIGAN SOFT WATER SERVICE, Williams 8. Schroeder
JACK FRY'S MARATHON STATION
DON'S SOUTH SIDE SERVICE
HEBRON FEED CO., E. W.Ingram
MOBILEGAS 8. FUELOIL, Bill Lipper?
HIATT'S CABIN COURT, Sf. Road 53 84 8
MARIE'S BEAUTY SHOP
KEISER-DUNN RECREATION, Crown Point
PARAMOUNT SHOE STORE, Crown Point
LeROY ELEVATOR 3. GRAIN CO., INC.
JOHNSTON'S SPORTS, Valparaiso
H. C. DeKOCK 8. SON'S SUPER MARKET, DeMofTe
C. E. STIENBURG gl L. S. EILER - Plumbing 8. Electrical Service
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who was called into the service. Having
graduated from Purdue University, he
comes to us highlyrecommended. We not-
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which means membership in the highest
scholastic collegiate honor society. Li-
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Editor and associate editor of
Seneca staff elected.
Juniors chose class play.
Seniors :lecide on class trip.
Freshman cheerleader elected.
Won over Washington in baseball. '
Student Council president elected.
Won over Jackson in baseball.
No school - snowstorm.
Half-day of school.
Crown Point Basketball game -
Boone Grove Basketball game -
Lowell Basketball game-we lost.
No school - snow.
Band members to Chicago.
Seniors get senior pictures.
Senior Band sweaters came.
Christmas Vacation begins.
Juniors select class rings. January Journal
PICY Cust Ch05en- 1 - South County Tourney - Kouts
Morgan won in baseball. won,
All-School Carnival held. 3 - Return 19 School,
Wheeler WOR in baseball- 5 - Wheeler Basketball game -welost.
Seneca photographer chosen. 6 - Little South Couhy - we won.
Hebron won over Kouts in base- 8 - Lost Mr. Childs to Army.
ball. Assembly for 2nd team Victory.
October 12 - Chesterton Basketball game - we
Election of Athletic Board mem- lost.
bers. 18-20 - County Tourney - Portage won.
Won over Liberty in baseball. 22 - Gained Mr. Kincaid from Purdue.
Tie game with Chesterton. 23 - Seniors chose diplomas.
Play-off with Chesterton - they 26 - Merrillville Basketball game - we
Senior pictures taken for SCDSCG- 1 31 - Griffith Basketball game - we lost
Seniors and sponsors take class February Foot Notes
TNP- 2 - Kouts Basketball game - we won!
JUl"l0" Class PlCY " "Make Your' 9 - DeMotte Basketball game.
5911 01 Home-H I 13 - Washington Basketball game.
won 151 dt VCIPC MCfCl1'n9 Con' 16 - Wheatfield Basketball game.
1551- 17 - Solo 8. Ensemble Contest.
Parade and celebration for 1st in 22,24 ,, Sectional.
marching. Merch Qn
Hearing test. 3 - Regional.
Teachers Association. 10 - 5emi-Finel5,
News 14 - Assembly Program - Glass Blower
8th Qmde Class PCHY- 16 - County Music Festival.
lndividual pictures taken. 17 - Fi,-mls,
S0Pl10m0"C Class PCVTY- Junior Class Dance.
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P1CfU"e5- 27 - School reopens.
First Basketball 9CmC ' Morgan "' 31 - District Band Contest.
we WON- April Showers
Band 90435 to CO'-""1Y Home- 27 - Senior Class Play.
Group pictures taken. May Days
Seniors have pictures taken in 6 - Spring Music Fesfivql,
CCP5 and 9Owns. 12 - Junior, Senior Prom.
Portage Basketball game - we lost. 18 - The Trumpefeers.
B'-'md 9065 10 1- U- 20 - Baccalaureate.
Junior C1055 fln95- 25 - School Closes.
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