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HEARING, absorbing sounds which identify
our school life. . . bicycles clattering as
they are abandoned, shivering murmurs of
students waiting for doors to be opened at
These are the sounds of concentration and practice
Mr. Myron C. Knauff, Principal, MI. Leland K. Buchanan, Township Trustee.
The voices of teachers and principal are important to each day . . .
MRS. MADELYNE ROSENBAUM . . . lively mailbox conversation
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NATALIA GIDLEY ANN WAHL MARTIN SENSENBAUGH
English, Librarian, Seventh Grade Assistant Principal, Social Studies, Music
Sponsor, Student Council Sponsor, French, Dean of Girls.
Senior Play Director.
GLEN ELLIS JANET CARR GEORGE MILLER
Mathematics, Science, Freshman English, Commerce, Junior Sponsor, High School Coach, Commerce,
SPOUSOF- G. A. A, Sponsor. Sophomore Sponsor.
ROGER CHILDRESS KENNETH SCHIEK HELEN THOMPSON
Mathematics, Science, Social Shop, Science, Junior High Coach, Art, English, Seneca Sponsor
Studies, Safety Patrol Sponsor, Booster Club Sponsor, Seventh Grade Sponsor.
Junior Class Sponsor.
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FRANCES BERRIER Mr. Schick and Mr. Miller
Home ECOI10miCS, Science, Cafe- act as chefs at a teachers' party.
teria, Eighth Grade Sponsor,
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staff 4, GAA 1, 2,3, 4, Booster Club 1,
2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
Class Play 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4: Band 3, 45
Track 2, 3.
MARY ANN BALES
Class Play 3, Hawker Staff 45 Chorus 1,
2, 3,45 Booster Club 1, 2, 3,45 GAA 1, 2,
JOYCE BRICKER DAVID DIERKING
Class Office 35 Class Plays 3,4: Class Play 3,4, Seneca staff 4: Band
Seneca Staff 4, Choms 2, 4: GAA 1, 1, 2, 3,4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
2, 3, 4g Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
HELEN DEKOCK EDITH GILSON
Class Offices 1, 2,3: Hawker Staff Class Office 4: Seneca Staff 4,
4, Class Plays 3,43 Seneca Staff 4, Hawker Staff 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3,45
Student Council 1, 2, 4: Chorus 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Booster Club 1, 2, 3,4
3, 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Booster Club 1,
2, 3, 4: Girls' State 3.
Class Play 3, 4: Safety Patrol 1g
Projector Club 3, 4.
Class Office 1: Class Plays 3, 4,
Seneca Staff 4, Hawker Staff 2, 4,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Projector Club 3, 4,
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Booster Club 1, 2, 3
Hawker Staff 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
GAA 1, 2, 3,43 Booster Club 1,2,a,
JOYCE MCINTIRE JUDY McKAY
Class Play 3, 4: Hawker Staff 4, Chorus Seneca Staff 4: Hawker Staff 45
1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pro- Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4
jector Club 4: GAA 1, 2, 3,4. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4.
' MARLENE MEYER DONALD OEHLMAN
Class Offices 1, 43 Class Plays 3, 43 Class Play 3, 4: Seneca Staff 43
Hawker staff 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3.4: Student Council 2, 3, Basketball 1:
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Booster Club 1,2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Boys' State 3.
Class Play 3, 4g Hawker Staff 4, Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 1,
2, 3, 4.
Class Officer 2, Class Play 3, 4, Seneca
Staff 4, Student Council 1g Booster Club
3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4,
Track 2, 3.
JO ELLYN PETRY
Class Officer lg Class Plays 3, 4, Band
1, 2, 3,43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: GAA 1, 2,
3, 4, Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
ALICE PIEPHO LEROY URBAS
Class Offices 2, 3,43 Class Plays 3, 43 Class Offices 1, 2, 3: Hawker Staff
Seneca Staff 4: Chorus 2, 3g GAA 1, 4: Student Council 4g Booster Club
2, 3,4g Booster Club 1, 2, 3,4g Girls' 3,43 Basketball 1, 2, 3,4g Baseball 2,
State 3, 3, 4: Track 2, 3.
CAROL WALE NANCY WALE
Class Play 3g Seneca Staff 4g Hawker Class Office 2g Class Plays 3, 4:
Staff 4: Student Council 3,4g Chorus Seneca staff 43 Hawker Staff 4g
ll 2s 3: 4: 19 20 39 4: Booster Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: 1, 2, 3, 42
1, 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 3. Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' State 4.
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NANCY LAMM CLASS OFFICERS
ALICE PIEPHO- - - ------------ - - President
Transferred from Palatine, Illinois, HELEN DEKOCK- - - -Vice President
November 1955. MARLENE MEYER- - - - - Secretary
EDITH GILSON- - - - - -Treasurer
Seniority on the way up! The class of '56 compares notes on their future careers and plans.
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OUR YEAR 'S EVENTS
Chemistry Field Trip
Band to Purdue
Freshman Class Party
Sophomore Class Party
G.A, A, Initiation
Band Parents' Skating Party
Seventh Grade Class Party
Government Class Field Trip
Seventh Grade Field Trip
County Music Festival
Freshman Field Trip
Senior Scholarship Tests
Eighth Grade Class Party
G,A,A, Christmas Dance
Music Department Christmas program
Band Department Christmas party
South County Tourney
New Year's Eve Party
Senior Pizza Party
Seniors served Lions' Banquet
Solo and ensemble contest
Band Parents' Chili Supper
Art Class Field Trip
Psychology Class Field Trip
Junior Class Play
District Band Contest
Senior Class Trip
State Band and Chorus Contest
Hebron Invitational Track Meet
Spring Music Concert
Sectional Track Meet
Fifth and Sixth Grade Maypole Dance
Special Awards Day
Our Senior year was a busy year with making
plans for the present and the future. We sponsored a
pizza party after one of our home basketball games.
The party was a success, but it took a lot of work.
Another big event in our Senior year was our class trip.
We went to Washington D, C. and New York. All
of the fun that we had on the train and in the hotels
will always be remembered after graduation.
The sound of turning
pages to find the an-
swers. . . the whisper
of private talk. . ,
sipping cokes at noon
On the way to the fields . . . we returned with filled
wagons, cold hands and feet.
After opening night of the Senior Play came the feast. Seniors take break in Government class before bell
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ALBERT PIEPHO- - - ------------ ---- Pr esident
PAUL STEFFEL ---- - - - Vice President
CYNTHIA BRYANT- - ---- Secretary
SUSIE FICKLE- - - - - 'Treasurer
All year we have been busy with Junior
activities, such as the prom and the Junior
play. We have also been earning money for
our Senior class trip by selling magazine
subscriptions and Christmas cards.,
Bottom row: C.Bryanl. I.Dinsmore, B.Wats0I1. 1. LeBeouf, M.Arra, A.Hough, R. Matthias, B,Di11ey, G, Hoover,
B,Cavinder, M, Thomas. Second row: E.Sowards, C.Hefner, D, Frame, C,McIntire, F,Starkey, S, Fickle, M,
EIICHSOH, J. Morrow, D,McCo11y, M,Sampson, J,Ross. Third row: T,Yeag1ey. J.Smok, A,Pieph0. 1. Martin,
J, Phillips, L, Saylor, B, Garlach, M, Hickman, P. Steffel, R. Asher.
This second year of high school has been
a big one. We received our red and blue
class sweaters, and by hard work we have
added a little more to our class kitty. We
picked up corn. . . picked up corn. . . and
picked up corn.
DAVE PARENT ------------ - - - President
RON MEYER- - - ' ' -Vice President
LESLEE FICKLE- - - - Secretary
DON MEYER- - - - - Treasurer
Bottom row: B, Baldwin, R,Durkee, L.Bruce, A.Wedd1e, S.Burns, C.Ay1ea, D.West, P.Wy1and, B.Poise1,
Second row: D.Meyer, T.Potts, R.Witt, J.Antrim, R.Shie1ds, R.Meyer, L.Obenchain, D.Parent, A.Eggert,
Third row: J. Antrim, T.Wise, J.Whitmore, D.Thurner, R.Wi1son, M.Gar1ach, D.Breitzke, R.ROSeI1tha1.
JOHN BRYANT- - ---------- ---- P resident
LINDA FICKLE- - - - Vice President
CURTIS BIRKY- - ---- Secretary
JUDY FRY ---- - - Treasurer
At last we reached our goal of being
called freshmen. Among the events of the
year that we will always remember are our
hay ride and the G. A, A, initiation.
Bottom row: G.Watson, L, Albertson, K, Hefner, M.Gannon, J.Fry. L.Fick1e, M. Morrow, J,Ei1er, S,Johnson,
R,Wyland, R, Klein. Second row: L,Hoag1and, G,Hanaway, P, Morrow, G, Dickenson, L, Pierce, R,Obenchain,
C,Birky, F, Nethery, P,Wise. Third row: D, Hickman, J,Burns, P, Nichols, P,Wiltfang, S,Sowards, R, Pearson,
N.Ka1dah1, M. McKay, H.McMahon. Fourth row: R.Fisher, C.Bowen, N.A1bertson, L. Hanaway, J.Bryant,-
R.Dye, G.Roeske, G.Stanford, B.McNei1.
lt's been a long hard climb to
the eighth grade, but we finally
made it. Our class parties and
eighth grade graduation will always N
be remembered in the years to come
as happy memories.
Karon Roeske, President: Mike Garvey, Vice Presidentg
David Wiltfang, Secretary, Sally Knarr, Treasurer.
EIGHTH GR DE
First row: J. Johnson, B. Martin, I. Morrow, J. Phillips, M. LeBeouf, I. Busker, G. Bestler, S. Schreiber,
C. Terrana, J. Rigg, D. Poisel, R. Stinson. Second row: R. Hanaway, S. Roeske, D. Parent, K. Roeske,
M. Stockman, D. Scarlett, J. Laszlo, S. Knarr, B. Dinsmore, M. Garvey. Third row: G. Poisel, D. Souther
J. Eichelberger, R. Ptacek, M. Regan, R. Sanders, D. Wiltfang, H. Baldwin, G. Fedomock, J. Harrington, J.
At first we were scared, but after a week
on the high school side we felt more at home.
One of the highlights of the year was our
first class party which was a dance in the
cafeteria. We also had fun on our first field
trip of the year to the Art Institute in Chicago
Bruce Hanaway, Secretaryg Judy Thompson, Treasurerg
Diane Wilson, Vice Presidentg David Piepho, President.
First row: V. Thompson, B. Bell, M. Martin, D. Hutchins, J. Thompson, K. Epson, J. Wineland, D. Arra, D.
Hoagland, J. Martin, R. Little. Second row: K. Kayson, B. Knarr, S. Garvey, M. Martin, I. Hrdlicka, R.
Kleine, A. Hoagland, D. Wilson, G. Peay, D. Piepho, D. Roseberry. Third row: S. Rathburn, M. Harrington,
M. Eichelberger, T. Beveridge, R. Guemsey, J. Pearson, F. Kosanke, G. Leach, S. Braddock, M. Milligan,
B. Hanaway. Fourth row: E. Major, H. Spratly, L. Sanders, J. Lowman, M. Aylesworth, L. Hessling, J. Skinkle,
M. Nichols, R. Kerlev.
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First row: N. Stockman, S. Thompson, N. Oehlman, D. Emerson, J. Whaley, L. Aylesworth, K. Lawrence,
S. Murphy, L. Kerley, J. Breitzke, R. Bales. Second row: N. Dilley, B. Espey, P. Norris, R. Cavinder, B.
Aiken, I. Fickle, C. Morrow, G. Kaiser, K. Fedornock, D. Slade. Third row: D. Tatro, G. Wilkes, P. Bestler,
T. Kaldahl, J. Hessling, M. Evans, N. Hoagland, R. Bell, L. Bricker, I. Johnson, D. Major, Mrs. Morrow.
First row: J. Hoover, S. Bradley, C. Wilson, F. Poisel, K. Kaysen, S. Dierking, K. Nemeth, S. Lilley, N.
Wineland, J. Thompson, J. Garvey, C. Busker, C. Drennen. Second row: R. Hoagland, T. Ptacek, S. Schreiber
D. Sanders, D. Scarlett, M.Morrow, W. Schrag, P. Knauff, R. Roseberry, C. Fickle, J. Dunham, R. Hough.
Third row: C. Riley, L. Snowden, K. Kaldahl, B. Fry, D. Fitzgerald, N. Dulin, R. Espey, J. Hoagland, L.
Osburn, J. Sark, G. Whaley, R. Bales, Miss Nolan.
First row: R. Skirrkle,
C. Aylesworth, B. Watson, S. Bell, D. Olson, J. Mclntire, B. Hough, S. Shreiber, H. Morrow,
M. Thompson, L. Neeley, C. Little, D.Kee1ing, L. Harper. Second row: I. Bowen, L. Fitzgerald, C. Snowden,
J. Klemz, H. Bors, N.Morrow, C.Martin, M.Stratton, P. Frame, S.Cavinder, W. Alyea, A.Nichols. Third row:
D.Norris, D. Addison, N. Hanaway, I,A1bertson, I.Espey, D.Osburn, P.Stineburg, D.McNicho1s, G. Eker, T.
Blood, W. Kleine, D.Roseberry, R.Mason, Mrs. Knarr.
First row: S. Thompson,
V.Sark, S. Torbeson, C.
P. Kaiser, P. Rosenbaum,
D. Lawrence, R. Baldwin,
B. Wilkes, C. Roseberry, E. Harrington, J. Rathburn, M. Wagner, F. Terrana, G. Poisel,
Poisel, Second row: J. Powers, T. Tatro, R.Martin, A. Corwin, B. Stineburg, B.Ma1ott,
R. Voss, J.Knauff, Mrs. Kaldahl. Third row: D.Kerley, C. Watson, D. Parent, D.Map1e,
B. Phillips, D. Regan, J. Snowden, J. Souther, R. Warner.
First row: A. Durkee, G. Hoover, D. Armstrong, L. Button, B. Govvins, H. Beveridge, L. Braddock, J. Haun,
D. Craig, J. Huber, P. Dulin, I. Espey. Second row: D. Fitzgerald, K. Browning, T. Evans, S. Aylesworth, C.
Lilley, M. Wright, K. Hoagland, P. Balczo, D. Addison, S. Gant, P. Dunham, Mrs. McMillen. Third row:
D. Harper, P. Hefner, 1. Armstrong, R. Bell, B. Birky, D. Leonard, W. Knopf, G. Coin, G. DeFries, T. Johnson
First now: K. Whaley, S. Armstrong, C. Wilson, D. Kerley, M. Nethery, D. Henning, M. Defries, C. Antrim,
I. Carlson, C. Miller, M. Martin, B. Klemz, Second row: J. Bowen, R. Heinrich, L. Simpson, C. Albertson,
R. Stratton, J. Leach, R. Sowards, I. Rosenbaum, D. Milligan, A. Larsen, B. Haggerty, M. Regan. Third row:
Mrs. Buchanan, R. Williamson, J. Mclntire, T. Snowden, I. Lowman, G. Osbum, D. Parent, E. Malott, A.
Hoagland, C. Kerley, B. Kaiser, S. Nethery, D, Knopf, S. Nichols.
First row: J.Corwin, M,McMi11en, K, Berry, B, Schrag, J.DeFries, S,Hess1ing, J. Frame, P. Hefner, C,Wi1tfang,
C. Henning, L, Hough, D,Poise1, B.Voss. Second row: D, Morrow, J.Haun, C.Eker, C.Ay1esworth, T,Sanders,
D,Sherer, N.0sbum, S, Lawrence, D,Tatro, H, Harris, G,Evans, W,Dyniewski, B.01sen. Third row: B, Toth,
D,Cummins, T,Nprris, R, Braddock, B.Wi1tfang, M. Fitzgerald, M, Mullins, S,Garvey, G,Torbeson, J,Osby,
R,Fitzgerald, W, Morrow, P, Armstrong, D.Watson, Mrs. Martin, Teacher.
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in contests. The band is directed by Martin Sensenbaugh.
President ----- -------- - - Dave Dierking
Vice President- - - - - -I0 Ellyn PCUY
Secretary ---- - - Frances Starkey
Treasurer ----- ---- I Ohll Blaflk
Head Librarian- - - ---------- - - -Janet Dinsmore
CHORUS OFFICERS: President, Helen DeKockg Secretary, Susie Fickle.
OUR GREAT PRODUCTIONS
JUNIOR PLAY CAST
OUR TRAVELING BAND
"Waltz of the F1owers" was the theme of the LeRoy Urbas, our Junior Class President,
1955 Junior-Senior Prom which was held in gives the welcome speech to our guests.
the gymnasium. A lily pond, swans, and
flowers helped carry out our theme. Mr.
Miller is our Master of Ceremonies.
JBCK PICSS arid Joyce AHB WiS6 are Cl'0WI16d Dale Parent, our class spokesman, gives the
King and Queen of the 1955 Junior-Senior C1355 prophecy,
Hearing: sounds of serious work
These are the quieter sounds. . .
efficiency, the satisfaction of see-
ing a job well done. . . These are
the things that make up scholarship,
service, and make our school com
Myron Knauff, Sponsor
Roger Childress, Sponsor
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Bottom row: C. Hefner, D. Parent, I. Morrow, G. Roeske, D. Parent. Second row: Coach George Miller, M,
McKay, R. Fisher, R. Dye, R. Asher, L. Urbas, Myron C. Knauff, Principal, Third row: D. Thurner, Manager
A. Piepho, R. Meyer, L. Saylor, D. Meyer, D. McCo11y, Manager, David Breitzke, Manager.
. . , the crack of the bat. . . the ball pinging off of the backstop
. . . the cheer of the crowd as a run scores. . . the Cry Of T-he
umpire's decisions. . . these are the sounds that are heard as
the Hawks racx up a winning season.
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CROSS COUNTRY. . . Bottom row: D. McCo11y,
Manager, Dv. Parent, J. Morrow, R. Obenchain,
G. Roeske, D. Breitzke, Manager. Second row:
J. Bryant, R, Asher, D. Meyer, L. Saylor, R.
Meyer, L. Obenchain, George Miller, Coach.
TRACK TEAM... Bottom row: R. Fisher, G.
Roeske, N. Albertson, J. Morrow, C. Bowen,
Dv. Parent. Second row: L. Hanaway, P.
Morrow, D. Oehlman, R. Dye, D. Frame, M,
McKay, Myron Knauff, Principal. Third row:
D. Breitzke, Manager, D. McCo11y, Manager
J. Whitmore, J. Blank, M. Hickman, J.
Bryant, George Miller, Coach.
Parent and LeRoy
Urbas accept county
DAVE PARENT CARL HEFNER
The season this year was very successful. After losing
four of the first six games, we won the next ten in a row
before losing to Chesterton in the final game of the County
Tourney. Senior co-captains, LeRoy Urbas and Dale Parent,
led the team to a victory in the South County Tourney at
Morgan and to the runner-up position in the County Tourney.
All of Hebron's fans are proud of the job Coach Miller and
the boys did. They ended up the regular season with a
record of fifteen wins and six losses.
DON MEYER LARRY SAYLOR
RON MEYER MAURICE HICKMAN
32 Boone Grove
53 North Judson
'71 Boone Grove
46 Boone Grove
"A" TEAM, left to right: Dv. Parent, C. Hefner, D. Parent, J. Morrow, L. Urbas, M. Hickman, D.
Meyer, R. Meyer, L. Saylor, George Miller, Coach, Myron C. Knauff, Principal, D. Breitzke, Manager
D. McCo11y, Manager, D. Thurner, Manager,
. , .We back them, not only for their scoring but also for their sportsmanship.
"B" TEAM, first row: Myron C. Knauff, Principa1gR. Fisher, M. McKay, L. Obenchain, R. Obenchain,
G. Roeske, George Miller, Coach. Second row: D. Breitzke, Manager: P. Steffel, M. Hickman, R.
Asher, R. Dye, J. Bryant, D. Thurner, Manager, D. McCo11y, Manager,
Bottom row: J. Lowman, H. Baldwin, M. Regan, J. Hessling, D. Wiltfang, Kenneth Schiek, Coach.
Second row: I. Skinkle, M. Garvey, T. Beveridge, S. Braddock, G. Leach, B. Hanaway, S. Rathburn
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
Our high school team of the future. . .
improving with time and experience.
CHEERLEADERS: D. Wilson, S. Roeske, K. Roeske,
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Boone Grove Elevator, Inc.
Grain - Raed - Fertilizer - Caol
Fencing and Tile - Grinding and Mixing
Phone 15 Boone Grove, Indiana
"Complete Farm Seed Service"
Valparaiso Boone Grove
27 10 1 13
Heinhold Elevator Company
"Everything for the Farm"
Kouts 2715 Hebron 6-3330
Esser Home Furnishings
G. E. Appliances
Furniture - Floor Coverings
Phone 6571 Lowell
Central Floral Company
Fine Flowers and Gifts
Kouts Lumber Co.
Phone 3355 Kouts
Maple Ford Sales
Lockridge Studio, Inc.
and School Photography
Pool-Arnold 8: Co.
Dinsmore Chevrolet Sales
DeKock's Store 8a Locker Service
Hebron Service Station
C. W. Huber, Inc.
D 8a K Implement Sales
"Just Good Farm Machinery"
Adolph H. Kaysen
Justice of the Peace
Phone 6-3744 Hebron
Culligan Soft Water Service
Hebron Feed Co.
E. W. Ingram and Son
Plumbing and Heating
Marie's Beauty Slmp
Vio1a's Beauty Shop
Nina's Specialty Shop
Only Nationally Adv. Brands
Buchanan's Drug Store
Standard Oil Agent
Van Keppel Construction
"Our work Stands the Test of Time"
Phone '7-2800 Demotte
Otto DeYoung and Sons
John Deere Farm Equipment and Service
Phone 7-2221 Demotte
DeKock Hardware Co.
Philgas - The All-Purpose Fuel
Phone 7-2171 Demotte
Chi1d's and wilson's Store
Hebron Paint 8: Supply
Porter County Herald
Bricker's Barber Shop
Insurance - Real Estate - Bookkeeping
Cornell's Royal Blue Store
Franklin Perry Insurance
Don's South Side Service
"Gas for Less"
Char1ie's Repair Shop
Oliver Sales and Service
Welding, Machinery Repair
Phone 6-2742 Hebron
Phillips Funeral Home
DeKock Supply Co.
International Harvester Dealer
Sales and Service
Phone '7-2900 Demotte. Indiana
Melchert's Farm Hatchery
Chix, Feed, Equipment
Phone 7-2200 Demotte, Indiana
Bell's Turkey Farm
wright's Skelgas Service
"The World's Finest Gas"
Skelgas, Maytag, whirlpool
Phone 6-3530 Home 6-3449
South Side Grocery
Dean W. Armstrong
Cargill Seed Com
Royster Six Plant Food Fertilizer
Phone 6-3337 Hebron, Indiana
Hebron Lumber Co.
Pennant Home Appliance
Phone 6-2762 Hebron, Indiana
Northwestern Indiana Telephone Co
Demotte . Indiana
Konovsky Lumber Yard
Dealer in Lumber, Building Material and Tile
"Everything From the Foundation to the Roof'
Phone '7-2555 Demotte
Paint Contractor and Decorator
Phone Demotte '7-2121
Kapers Building Material
New and Used Building Material
Phone '7-2781 Demotte
Berdine's Service Station
Gas - Oil - Tires - Accessories
Junction 2 and 53
Morrow's Turkey Farm
Phone 4271 Lowell
Fry's 5 to a 51.00 Store
Jim Clark's Sport Shop
Crown Point, Indiana
Men's and Boys' Wear
Valparaiso Furniture Co.
Furniture and Floor Coverings
Lake County Farm Bureau Co-op Ass n
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