North Webster High School - Troy Yearbook (North Webster, IN)
- Class of 1953
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Class Pres. I,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3,4g Soft-
ball I,2, 3, 4, Volley Ball I,2, 3, 4, Troy staff
4, Travelers Club 2, Track I, 3, Junior Play 3.
Class V. Pres. I,2,3,4, Basketball I,2,3,4, Soft-
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Softball I,2,3,4, Volley Ball I,2,3,4, Travelers
Club 2, Track 3,4, Troy Staff 4, Projection Opr.
4, Junior Play 3.
DONNA LEE BARNHART
Class Secretary 2, 3, 4, Band Secretary 3, Band
V. Pres. 4, G.A.A. V. Pres. 3, G.A.A.
Pres. 4, Booster Club V. Pres. 4, Travelers
Club Treas. 2, Troy Editor 4, Hi Lites Staff 4,
D. A. R. Award 4g Girls Stare 3, Booster Club
4, Travelers Club 2, G.A. A. l,2,3,4, Band
I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3.4, Junior Play 3, Speech
Conference 4, Ind. Senate Page 4.
Sec. 8, Treas. I, Booster Club Treas. 4, Hi
Lites staff 4, Troy staff 4, Booster Club 1, 2, 4,
Chorus I,2, Home Economics Club lg Band 2g
Junior Play 3.
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Junior Play 3.
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Travelers Club 2, Booster Club 1,25 Chorus I
Troy Staff 4, Hi Lites staff 4g Junior Play 3.
Booster Club I, 2, 4, Travelers Club 25 Mixed
Chorus I,2,4g Girls Chorus I,2,4g Hi Lites
staff 49 Troy Staff 45 Girls Ensemble 4g
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Band Pres. 3,4g Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, G. A. A.
I, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Twirler I, 2, 3,4g
Chorus I,2, 3, 4g Travelers Club 2, Booster
Club 1, 2,45 Junior Play 35 Troy Staff 45 Hi
Lites Staff 4, Alt. Girls State 3, Chorus
Pianist 2, 3, 4, Girls Ensemble 4.
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Band 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. sec
45 Chorus I,2, 45 Mixed Chorus I,2, 45 Band
Treas. 3, 45 Booster Club I,2, 45 Travelers
Club 25 Hi Lite Staff 45 Troy Staff 45 Pep
Band 3,45 "Miss No. Webster" 3.
Track I,2, 3,45 Basketball 1,2,3, 45 Softball
I, 2, 3,45 Chorus 2, 35 Junior Play 35 Ping Pong
3, 45 Troy Staff 4.
Chorus 1,43 G. A.A. 3, 45 Travelers Club 25
Booster Club I,2, 45 Junior Play 35 Hi Lites
Staff 45 Troy Staff 45 Girls Ensemble 4.
Travelers Club 25 Basketball I,2,3,45 Softball
I, 2, 3, 45 Track 3,45 Troy staff 45 Volleyball
I, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 25 F. F.A. I, 2, 35 Junior Play
35 Projection Operator 2, 3, 4.
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Travelers Club 2, G. A. A. I,2, 3,4, Booster
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Pres. 4, Booster Club 1,2, 4, Hi Lites Staff
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PLAY CAST--ON FLOOR: Director, Lester Young. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Likensg Dixie
Kuhng Arlene Valentineg Joyce Gift, Sue Ferverdag Daryle Hillg Carol Marting Donna Barnharr.
SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Warren Sloang Ray Biltzg Jerry Rhodesg Nub Niles, Bonnie Materg
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Lorena Marchandg Delores Denekas.
Old Doc Hillary, a roaring fellow of seventy who has doctored his community
faithfully-Jerry Rhodes, Young Doc, who finds he has a lot to learn-Daryle Hillg
Margaret, who is beautiful--and stubborn-Sue Ferverdag Helen, beautiful and
fickle-Carol Marting the smooth-talking Dr. Brand-Ray Biltzg shrewd Lawyer Hep-
ple-Warren Sloang lovable Pa and Ma Brown-Bob Likens and Donna Barnhartg Mrs.
Cronin, with her Irish forthrightness and obstreperous husband-Bonnie Materg Mrs.
Rossi, who wants to pay Old Doc at least fifty cents--all she's got-Lorena Mar-
chandg Mary, whom Old Doc transforms-Joyce Giftg Mrs. Mellon, with her imagi-
nary ailments-Delores Denekasg Janet and Dick, youngsters in love-Arlene Valen-
tine and Nub Nilesg and flirtatious Lois-Dixie Kuhn.
Old Doc Hillary thinks his son Bob is coming home from medical school to
practice with him, But Young Doc has been offered a rich and easy big-city practice
with Dr. Brand--and also a chance to marry Helen, his daughter. It all sounds
fine, but for two things: First, Young Doc is still in love with his home-town girl,
and second, he doesn't have nerve enough to tell his father that he isn't going to
practice with him. The home-town girl breaks off her engagement when she hears
of his plans, and Bob goes off on a trip with the Brands without facing his father.
He leaves him a note--and when Old Doc reads it, he suffers a stroke. It's then
that neighborly Ma Brown takes things in hand. She fakes a telegram to Old Doc,
that makes him think Young Doc is taking over the home-town practice after all,
and Old Doc dies happy in that belief. But Young Doc has no intention of doing any
such thing--and says so when he hears what Ma Brown has done. Then, in a com-
pelling scene of great emotional force, Ma shows Young Doc what half a century of
practice with the home folks has meant in human lives saved. It's up to Young Doc
to choose his practice--and his wife!
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Dr. Allenby, a dentist ........
Mrs. Wagner, Dr. Allenby's mother-in-law .
Hannah Hawks, the hired girl from the country
Chuck Allenby, trouble is his middle name .
Barbie Allenby, his sister .....
Janie Allenby, another sister . . .
Billie Allenby, The "baby" brother .
Patsy Gardner, a neighbor girl . . .
Nancy Pomeroy, Barbie's friend . . .
Hugo Jarvis, a sophisticated youth . .
George Bennet, friend and ally of Chuck ,
Ginny Grant, Chuck's girl friend . . .
Director, Lester Young
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Mary Ann Butler
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Each year from Webster High School,
About the end of May,
There go a group of Seniors,
To make their life-time way.
This year the Class of '53
Will leave these halls of fame,
And here and there we'll see them go,
To play in life's big game.
This class has twenty members
Who hope they'll see the day,
When that bright red diploma
Is in their hand to stay.
With seven boys and thirteen girls,
The girls could have full sway,
But usually that's not the case
For each one has his say.
Each class must have a president
To help them on their way
And so to .Take the Honor came
To lead them day by day.
Now just in case that Prexy's gone
The vice must take the 'chair'
Nub Niles is much the shorter man
But he can do his share.
A money man is most essential
In handling all the business,
And Warren Sloan is just the man
To keep it straight, I guess.
In this, the class of '53
Each member has a place
And if he fails to do his part
The class soon sets them back a space.
To name the others of the class
Will be quite easily done,
So let us start at the top of the list
And name them one by one.
A Barnhart girl is first in line,
She's oftimes called just "Bumper"
And when it comes to grades and sports
She's certainly quite the jumper.
Judy Hunter went a hunting
Many, many months ago,
Soon she found her one and only,
Now she has him under tow.
Ray and Louie, the bachelor boys
Travel along, quite happily too,
But I'll make one guess, so will you,
It won't be long until their attached too.
Mary Ann has quit her flirting,
For she's found her ideal man.
Time will tell if she can mould him,
Into Mary's little lamb.
Bobbie Likens like's his hunting
When it comes to catching Kuhns
Since he caught his little Dixie
He is singing lover tunes,
Sue and Nub have quite a problem,
After school just what to do,
Shall it be 'I do' forever--
Or 'till then' I'll wait for you.
Lorena says she's college bound,
We do hope she likes it there,
For we know its folks just like her
That can take the college dare.
Arlene has the nickname "Ar"
And she likes it very fine,
But she wonders who will ask her,
Will you be mine "ar" Valentine.
Daryle Hill has quite a record
Which he's made in High School here,
For in sports and also romance,
He is thought of as a 'Dear'.
Marlene, Carol 8: Dolly, three,
Are widows they say, who can't you see
And over and over again they say,
"To you dear one, so true I'll be".
Bonnie and Joyce were settled they thought
But things have changed, you see
And now they both are puzzled
As to what their future will be.
Norma Kaufman is back again
To join our class once more.
This makes us just an even twenty
Who in May will leave these doors.
So as we leave these halls of fame
We'd like to leave this thought,
We hope we always will retain
The best of all you've taught.
PURE OIL SERVICE STATION BOCKM.AN'S VARIETY STORE NORTH WEBSTER LUMBER
Lester Shock Pearl Shock 54 to 551, 00 and up Sr SUPPLY CO
Phone 42-J North Webster No. Webster Phone 17 Phone 75 North Webster
the class of '53 started out as Freshmen with a grand total of Z8 members.
the year was over we lost Roger Mock, Sonny Kaufman, and Jim Marchand.
really went to town in our Sophomore year. We began making money by
Webster jackets, small cedar chests, a paper drive and bake sales. We
also made history by the winning of the class basketball tourney. In the fall of our
Sophomore year we lost Judith Wyss and Roger Boggs. ln the spring Holly Ann
Burt and Jim Mabie left us. We ran a parking lot :luring the Mermaid Festival
this summer to add money to our class treasury.
Our Junior year was a full and happy one. We began by selling concessions
at noon and at ball games, selling Christmas cards, bake sales, and the Junior
Play, "Seventeen is Terrific." We worked at the Mermaid Festival selling cokes
at the Wrestling matches and ball games. This year we gained a new member,
Bonnie Mater, who hailed from Pikeville, Kentucky. We lost Norma Kaufman,
John I-liner, and Johnnye Pearson during the course of the year.
Our senior year began on schedule. We had a bake sale, cake draw and set
a new record on magazine sales. One of our members, Judy Hunter Blue, had
enough credits to graduate from school after the first semester. An old member
came trotting back to us from Anderson--Norma Kaufman. We had six charter
members. They are Carol Martin, Donna Barnhart, Jake Rhodes, Bud Neibert,
Bob Likens, and Ray Biltz. All in all, with setting new state, county, and
Webster records in basketball and the Senior play we had a busy year of 52 and 53.
NICKNAME WEAKNESS AMBITION OUTCOME
Bumper Jack Career woman soda--jerk
Shorty men Secretary 12 kids
Dix Fords wife evangelist
Susie late hrs. 2. kids night club singer
Ar my heart bookkeeper opera singer
Joycie Dick decorator collecting alimony
Cam Jerry Mrs. Leedy USO entertainer
Jo Converts housewife trains fleas
Wiener Christian boys nurse married by 18
Bon Roy stenographer lady wrestler
Dolly Drugstore Mrs. Miller bigamist
Mrs. Blue Family life Missionary N. W.
Norm School nurse follies dancer
Jake girls family b. b. team undertaker
Warnie teasing girls engineer sing--sing 1963
Whistle studying coaching play boy
Runt Kuhn hunting farming minister
Nub mt. brew dairy baby doctor
Bud getting up late farmer married by 18
Elmer Plymouths artist Prizefighter
LAND O' LAKES
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We, the Class of '53 being of sound mind and in excellent health, do hereby
make and declare this our last will and testament.
As a class, we do hereby will and bequeath:
To the Juniors, our ability to pay class dues.
To the Sophomores, our ability to make money.
To the Freshmen, our ability to get along with the Sheriff.
To Mr. Blosser, our ability to attempt to run the school.
To Mr. Baker, our left handed jokes.
To Mr. Spencer, our beautiful smiles and our basketball ability.
To Mr. Royer, our great knowledge of Math.
To Mr. Young, our gossiping ability.
To Mr. Moore, our sense of humor.
To Mr. Trestrail, our ability to get late passes.
To Mrs. Beck, our Speech thenies.
To Mrs. Copeland, a case of cokes.
I, Donna Lee Barnhart, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get along
with Dave Abbott to Judy Koontz.
I, Dixie Kuhn, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to be a China Doll
to Carroll Thomas.
I, Delores Denekas, do hereby will and bequeath my tendency to twist my
hair to Buthean Penn.
I, Mary Ann Butler, do hereby will and bequeath my short hair to Norma
I, Carol Martin, do hereby will and bequeath my size to Nancy Barley.
I, Marlene Bennett, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to hold a man
to Shirley Gregory.
I, Bonnie Mater, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get along with
Roy Driver to all future fifth graders.
I, Judy Blue, do here by will andbequeath my ability to get married and
continue school to all Junior girls.
I, Arlene Valentine, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to fight with boys
to Lorene Mauzy and Beverly Tom.
I, Joyce Gift, do hereby will and bequeath my freckles to Whitey Butler.
I, Sue Ferverda, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to go on dates
without a curfew to Elaine Boman.
T, Lorena Marchand, do hereby will and bequeath my job in the cafeteria
to Betty Kime.
I, Jake Rhodes, do hereby will and bequeath my basketball ability to Hal
I, Nub Niles, do hereby will and bequeath the hair on my chest to Charley
I, Bob Likens, do hereby will and bequeath my muscles to Harley Mock.
I, Warren Sloan, do hereby will and bequeath my softball ability to Donnie
I, Daryle Hill, do hereby will and bequeath my track ability to Jim Free-
I, Lewis Neibert, do hereby will and bequeath Warren Sloan's squirt gun
to Herb Moore.
I, Ray Biltz, do hereby will and bequeath my schnozzal-a to Bill Strombeck.
I, Norma Kaufman, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to spell to
X January 8, 1970
I just arrived home from the class of 53's reunion held this year of 1970. My,
how the class has changed. Carol's ambition was to become a model. Well, her
dream has come true. She is now a top model for the Hang-over Modeling Agency
in Paris, France. You remember all the man trouble she had back in 1953g yes,
she solved that problem too. She has settled down with her one and only and is
keeping up her career at the same time. She made the trip back here in ky Biltz's
new space rocket. He has quite a fleet--from piper cubs to rockets. Judy Hunter
Blue, the married member of our class, was able to be with us having been forced
to return to America from South Africa with her husband because he is suffering from
typhus. Shorty Butler Driver, now in the fat lady act for the Barnum Bailey Circus,
and who also features her triplet midgets, provided entertainment for us by tell-
ing of her experiences. You should have seen Marlene Bennett Wagoner and her
stairsteps of three children. They were all dressed in Blue Bell outfits. Mert is
now head of the Blue Bell Corporation. Bud Neibert managed to land a furlough to
come to the reunion, because his former four marriages just didn't work, he de-
cided to make a career of the Army, where he is head cook. He has taken up
residence for his ten day leave at and Dixie's farm outside of North Webster.
Bob has it pretty easy with three husky boys to help with the work, besides the
three boys there are also two girls, which makes life easy for Dixie too. Daryle
Hill, a former 4 stripe Trojan, has graduated from Manchester College and is back
in Webster coaching the Trojans. He hopes to have a County Tourney team like
there was the year his class graduated. So far their record is 14 wins and no losses.
Looks good, Whis. Jake Rhodes is playing for the Rochester Royals. He is thinking
about a pro team of his own when he retires from playing. Q13 and E say they
had a pleasant trip up from Florida. They left their two oldest boys in charge of
their dairy. They have a good sized dairy now. It took a lot of hard work to get where
they are but they made it. We needn't worry about accidents or sickness at our
reunions. We have two nurses present, Lorena and Norma. They are now on the
staff of the Bluffton Clinic. On their way here they stopped at Indianapolis and
picked up Delores Denekas who is a pharmacy at Hook's Drug Store, Dolly has
worked her way from a soda jerk at Thornburg's in Webster, through pharmacist
school, to a position in one of the largest drug store chains. Bonnie brought her
husband, Tommy Buskirk, formerly from Leesburg, along with her. She' tells us
they have taken over the--Newstand in Warsaw. They have enlarged it and have
a booming business. Brother, was I surprised when I saw a "fashion plate" of a
young lady coming toward me. I didn't think any of our class had children beyond the
teens yet. She came over to talk to me and I saw it was none other than our Joycie.
She is now editor of the "Fashion" magazine--she still is undecided on the marriage
side of life--just doesn't know which one to settle down with. Donna and her boss, who
is her husband, lead an exciting life as FBI agents in Washington, D. C. Warren
and Arlene came all the way from New York to be with us. Warren is now head
of General Electric located in New York. Arlene is his "Private" Secretary.
That word private sure takes in a lot of territory now a days. It sure was good to
see the class after spending the winter in Cuba. But my wife and I are still
looking forward to the summer at our Log Cabin resort.
Floyd Bake r
BAKERS CAFE PEOPLES STATE BANK
John 8: Louise FITCH'S JEWELRY STORE "The Friendly Bank"
Phone 47 North Webster Warsaw, Indiana Phone 18 Leesburg
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BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Warren Sloan, Ray Biltz, Daryle Hill, Marlene Bennett,
Arlene Valentine. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Donna Barnhart, Sue Ferverda, Mary
Assistant Editor ,
Boys Sports Editor
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Literary Editor ,
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Art Editor . .
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Girls Sports Editor .
. Sue Ferverda
. . Daryle Hill
. Lewie Neibert
. Bonnie Mater
. . . Ray Biltz
. . Judy Hunter
Mary Ann Butler
Circulation Managers . . Jake Rhodes
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TIPPECANOE BOAT COMPANY
. . Joyce Gift
Warren Sloan Chr.
BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Ann Butler, Daryle Hill, Marlene Bennett, Warren Sloan, Carol
Martin, Jerry Rhodes, Bonnie Mater. MIDDLE ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Norbert Niles, Donna Barnhart,
Lewis Neibert, Arlene Valentine, Bob Likens, Delores Denekas. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Norma
Kaufman, Lorena Marchand, Dixie Kuhn, Sue Ferverda, Ray Biltz, Joyce Gift.
CLASS OFFICERS CLASS COLORS
President .... Jake Rhodes Blue and Gray
Vice-President . . . Nub Niles CLASS FLOWER
Secretary . . . Donna Barnhart Red Carnation
Treasurer . . Warren Sloan CLASS MOTTO
"Much Accomplished, More To Be Done"
ENTIRE TWELVE YEARS AT N. W. H. S. - STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jerry Rhodes,
Carol Martin, Donna Barnhart, Bob Likens, Lewis Neibert, Ray Biltz.
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"It pays to buy the Best" New Building or Remodeling
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We will start our class history back in May 1952. In early May we ordered
our class rings which we like very much. In June we parked cars at the Mermaid
Festival which was a very good project. As soon as school started we sold con-
cessions for home ball games and noons.
The first day of school we chose new class officers. They are as follows:
President, John Weimerg Vice President, Douglas Bowser, Secretary, Martha
Fordyce, Treasurer, Anna Henwood. Two very good sponsors Mrs. Richard Beck
and Mrs. Mark Copeland.
We had one new student this year, Shirley Butler, from Albion. She left us
after the first month of school. At the end of the first semester Mary Lou Gaerte
heard the "Wedding Bells" ringing and left us to go into the married life.
The first week of school we chose our class play and started practicing right
away. On September 26, 1952, we presented the play, "Deacon Dubbs. " The
characters were as follows: Deacon Dubbs-Richard Bennett: Amos Coleman-John
Nine, Rawdon Crawley-Dave Abbott, Major McNutt, Douglas Bowserg Deuteronomy
Jones-John Weimerg Rose Raleigh-Carroll Thomas: Miss Philipena-Shirley Gregoryg
Emily Dale-Martha Fordyce, Trixie Coleman-Leora Warbleg Yennie Yensen-
Elaine Bomang several other class members acted as villagers and sang special
The Story: Deacon Dubbs--A folly, Middle-aged widower from Sorghum Center,
State 'o West Virginny, decides to visit his nephew, Amos Coleman, and the play
concerns itself with the laughable adventures of the Deacon in the village and in
the city. Amos is in love with Rose Raleigh, the brave little school ma'am, who
is something of a mystery to the inhabitants of the village. Her little farm is about
to be sold by auction as the result of a foreclosure suit, but Amos and the Deacon
have raised enough money to cover the note. The note is held by the Empire State
Trust Company, and one of their agents, Rawdon Crawley, in looking over the
property, discovers a valuable vein of iron ore on the hill belonging to the little
school ma'am. Crawley decides to bid on the farm and has unlimited capital at his
control. The Deacon tastes the water in the cooler and becomes a little jolly. He
determines that the farm must remain in Rose's possession at all events, and to
prevent the Trust Company's bid he pushed Crawley in an old well, and sitting on the
cover calmly bids two thousand dollars and the farm reverts to its original owner,
Several weeks later is the morning of Rose and Amos' wedding. Rose has spent
three years in the city and during that time had married Rawdon Crawley, but he
deserted her and she returned to her little cottage and began to teach school. Later
she learned from Rawdon's mother that he had been killed in a drunken brawl in
Canada and she finally consents to marry Amos. The Deacon is smitten by the mature
charms of Miss Popover and tries to propose to the charming Philipena in a
ludicrously funny scene on the morning of Rose's wedding. Many pranks are played
on the middle-aged couple by Trixie Coleman, the village cut-up, who steals Miss
Philipena's headgear and poses as the object of the Deacon's affections. Rawdon
Crawley, Rose's husband, turns up and interrupts her wedding ceremony, but he
Rawdon escapes from the penitentiary and interrupts a husking bee held in
honor of the Deacon's return from a trip to New York. After many interrruptions
the Deacon finally puts the ring on Miss Philipen's finger and announces their en-
gagement. Rawdon, in trying to escape from the police, is killed in a railroad
accident, and the play closes with the Deacon proposing a honeymoon for four back
to old Serghum Center, State o' West Virginny.
Much additional comedy is furnished during the action of the play by the
bibulous Major McNutt and the efforts of a Swede hired girl to make the farm hand
Deuteronomy pop the question. Country song, country dances, and plenty of action
characterize the adventures of Deacon Dubbs.
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Charles Hunter Corene Richwine Norma Jane Richcreek Evelyn Dettwiler Lake Wawasee, Indiana
The Sophomore Class started off the year by selecting our class officers which
are as follows: President-John Valentine: Vice-President-Lorene Mauzy: Secretary-
Judy Koontz: Treasurer-Ed Niles.
Rather than selling Webster jackets, we decided to sell sweat shirts with the
Trojan on the front. We also sold red and white car plates with Webster Trojans
written on them.
After-the Pierceton game we had a cake walk in which we added 591. 34 to our
Our class also had a very exciting thing happen to us this year by picking out
our class rings which we get in our Junior year in September.
On October ll, 1952 we all gathered at the schoolhouse at 5:45 on a Saturday
morning and embarked in a bus for the Science and Industry Building and the Field
Museum in Chicago. After we spent the day in the building we went on top of the
Board of Trade building and looked over the City of Chicago. Then at 8:00 we got to
see an ice show which we enjoyed very much. We arrived in Webster at 4:00 A. M.
We had a class party on May 8, 1953 out at Rodney Baughn's house and we had
a lot of fun together eating and playing games. It was a potluck supper. Our class
sponsor this year is Herbert Moore and he has assisted us in our events.
At the beginning of the year we started out with Z7 members in our class with
orge new member .Toe Sizemore, later on Joe moved. Now, we are down to our regular
We lowly Freshman went through initiation with a bang. Most of us thought it was
a lot of fun. We elected our officers and selected our colors, motto and flowers. Our
officers are as follows: President-Diane Pierce: Vice-President-Arnold Weimerg
Secretary-Treasurer-Janet Luce. Our class name is Spartans, our colors are blue
and white, our flower is the white rose, and our motto is 'Onward ever, Backward
never.' Our class sponsor is Mr. Young.
We had a bake sale last fall which brought in over thirty dollars. We are plann-
another for this spring. Our class dues this year are five dollars.
We had a skating party for one of our class parties and had a very nice time.
We are looking forward to our Sophomore year.
The Eighth Grade began the year by electing class officers which are as follows:
President-Phil Tom: Vice-President-Otto Engleberthg Secretary-Treasurer-Kay
Koontz. Our class sponsor is Mr. Spencer. There are 24 in our class.
The first semester we had a skating party at Silver Lake and everyone invited a
g:uest. The second semester we went to see Roy Rogers in person at the Fort Wayne
The Seventh Grade class has 36 pupils. Our class sponsor is Mr. Trestrail. The
class officers are as follows: President-Billie Valentine: Vice-President-Keith
Stump: Secretary-Joan Bennett: Treasurer-Becky Gaskill.
We have a girl and a boy basketball team. We are about a B or C average class
and have a regular attendance with 1 or Z absent a day. We usually have a class
trip at the beginning and the end of the year.
We are very sorry to report that Peggy Black has been absent most of five months,
due to illness.
PIERCETON LEESBURG LUMBER JONES HATCHERY
LUMBER COMPANY COMPANY AND TURKEY FARM
Pierceton, Indiana Leesburg, Indiana Syracuse, Indiana
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Judy Brown, Jill Hill, Kay Koontz, Phil Tom, Otto Engleberth, Mary Ellen
Freeman, Sponsor, Sidney Spencer. MIDDLE ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bobby Kaufman, Freddie Clark, Pat
Butler, Janet Kellam, Jimmy Techtmeyer, Stevie Kaylor. BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Harry Heche, Tom
Durham, Jack Smith, Benny Black, Stanley Kirkpatxick, Vance Randall, Jerry Smith, Larry Strornbeck,
NOT PICTURED: David Kuhn, Barbara Jamison, Roger Gregory, David Rupprecht.
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Wood, Jeannie Trestrail, Larry Spry, Becky Gaskill, Keith Stump,
Billie Valentine, Joan Bennett, Gene Ladd, Roy Henwood, Carmen Brower, Marilyn Mock. MIDDLE ROW,
LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Keim, Ronnie Barley, Marilyn Hinesley, Jeanette Christy, Donald Ferverda, Kay
Eisenhower, Larry Mauzy, Judy Garber, Linda Bibler, Sandra Fidler, Allan Streby, Nancy Streby. BACK
ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Douglas Darr, Judy Carter, David Nine, David Burns, Dawn Eberly, Larry Miller,
Glen Shear, Curtis Shock, Jim Hile, Ronnie Metzger, Sponsor, Albert Trestrail. NOT PICTURED: Billy
Maloney, David Richards, Peggy Black. Vivian Baugher, Douglas Gregory.
BEGINNING ON LEFT--FRONT TO BACK--LEFT TO RIGHT--ROW I: Floyd Wilcoxson,
Margaret Ann Bowser, Kathie Kellam, Jimmy Kaufman, Jon Beckler. ROW 2: Larry
Whelan, Aaron Hinesley, Larry I-loffer, Karon Mock, Donna Grubs, Judy Freeman,
John Needler, Jerry Carson, Robert Maloney. ROW 3: Charlotte Lawrence, Linda
Greider, Carolyn Baker, Jimmy Conway, Larry Plew, Margaret Droke, Linda
Sylvester, Sally Overman, Margo Kuhn, Sue Corbin, Sue Coy, Judy Manley, Linda
Larsen. ROW 4: Kenneth Baugllier, Glen Black, Edward Roberts, Dorothy Enlgleberth.
Becky Mock, Joyce Fawley, ancy Dickinson, Sheila Bell. NOT PICTURE : Tommy
Engle, Jack Wallen. STANDING: Jack Young, Teacher.
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BEGINNING ON LEFT--FRONT TO BACK--LEFT TO RIGHT--ROW I: John Brown, Larry
Baugher, Judy Whelan, Marlene Schaaf. ROW 2: Janet Trestrail, Janet Gunter, Floyd
Schaaf, James Murphy, Karen Lewallen, Sarah Shoemaker, Delores Wallen, Connie
Grubbs, J. C. Kissin er, Philip Ladd. ROW 3: Jim Gullett, Woodie Wa oner, Wayne
Jernigan, Stephen Wgite, Gaynol LaRue, Sandra Kroll, Robert Benson, Bob Corbin,
Norma Durham, Shirley Reese. ROW 4: Douglas Metcalf, Stephen Manley, Tom
Robinette, Ronald Taylor, Bill Shoemaker, Jennie Streby, Sandra Burns, David Wright,
Max Mickley, Gary Culver. ROW IN BACK: Judy Hamman, Jerilyn Richcreek, Roy
Driver, Laurel Luce, Linda Popenfoose, Tom W ite, Connie Kaylor, Pamela Shockey.
STANDING: Roy Driver, Teacher.
Shoes and Men's Sport Wear BACKWATER GROCERY
Syracuse, Indiana Joe, Clara and Donnie
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K'S FOOD SHOP
FIRST ROW ON LEFT--LEFT TO RIGHT IN SEATS: Douglas Hoffert, Linda Wagoner, Alice
Warner, Sandra Shock. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Leap, Mike Ditton, Gene Barney, Carolyn
Darr, Linda Jordan, Mike Shoemaker, Elaine Greider, Patty Shear, Billy Kaufman. THIRD
ROW: Kay Bell, David Reiff, Alice Mae Stump, Jo Ann Royer, Lana Reiff, Julia Keim,
Bobby Hile, Phyllis Durham, Johanna Wright, Jack Harris, Jane Conner, Virginia Maloney.
FOURTH ROW: Nancy Roberts, Sue Ditton, Stephen Whisler, Phillip Hoy, Sandra Bockman,
Diana Metzger, Neal Lan , Tommy Mock, Barbara Baugher, Ellen Plew, Gary Black, Gor-
don Copeland. STANDINE: Mrs. Gunter, Teacher.
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FIRST ROW ON LEFT--LEFT TO RIGHT IN SEATS: Brenda Wilcoxson, Mary Sue Hamilton,
Jan Durham, Richard Kuhn, Marvin Whitacre, Kenneth Jernigan, Karon Hinesley, Jill
Sullivan. SECOND ROW: James Durham, Danny Mock, Woodroe Wallen, Larry Lewallen,
Larry Teghtmeyiner, Leonard Baugher, Albert Rees, Danny Cormican, Darlene Black,
Elaine S ater. HIRD ROW: Danny Baumbaugh, Bobbhy Roose, Donna Shaw, Linda Miller,
Steven Wri ht, Jerzy Lewallen, Donald Harmon. ST NDING: Mrs. Dunkin-Teacher.
STUDENT ECT PI TURED: Dewayne Shoemaker.
THE LEESBURG GRAIN
WHITE FRONT GROCERY THE CROMWELL AND MILLING CO.
H. R. Bockman, Prop. STATE BANK Grain, Feed, and Coal
Phone Z8 North Webster Phone 38 Cromwell Our Speciality
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jerome Sponseller, William Jernigan, Sally Cormican, Patty
Stanfield, Roddy Trestrail, Ricky Baker, Jerry Brown, Joe White, Babs Mater. SECOND ROW,
LEFT TO RIGHT: Janet Harman, Larry Shock, Jimmy Slater, Phyllis Maloney, Margaret Streby,
Jerry Conner, Jimmy Blosser, Cheryl Miller, Carole Christy, Sherry Whisler. THIRD ROW,
LEFT TO RIGHT: Stephen Reiff, John Plew, Margaret Shoemaker, Tomi Sue Ervin, Johnnie
Coy, Jackie Durham, Jerry Foreman, Lance Bell, Shelby Reese, Susan Shoemaker, Pete
Hamman, Steven Hiner, Jerry Gullett. FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Connie Kissinger, Jean
Fawley, Larry Spurling, Roger Reasoner, Jack Rhoades, Gary Lawrence, Marcia Smith, Pamela
Wagoner, Bonnie Burns, Linda Leedy. Gladys Culver-Teacher
BEGINNING ON LEFT-FRONT TO BACK-LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW I: Serita Bell, Beverly
Ferverda, Roger Bowser. ROW 2: Marion Sylvester, Philip Smith, Edward Maloney,
Sharon Bockman, Cheryl Ganger, Mark Jones, Jimmy Royer, Kathryn Maxwell, Kay
Kruger. ROW 3: David Mock, Max Tom, Phyllis Baugher, Jackie Hamman, Suzanne
Long, Jane Raver, Myra Robinette, Melody Shock, Steven Haines, Ray Black, Diana
Bisig, Jean Grubbs, Terry Larsen, Diane Shull, Mrs. Nine-Teacher. ROW 4: Henry
Hall, David Dahm, William Wallen, Leonard Burns, Carole Wagoner, Sherry LaRue,
Ronald Copeland, Ralph Rodibaugh, David Gildersleeve, Curtis Richcreek, Barbara
Weldy, Virginia Webb, Kerry Koontz, Mike Taylor. NOT PICTURED: Denny Le-
wallen and Judy Jamison.
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We the Class of '53 wish to dedicate the
Sports Section of our yearbook to Sam Beezley
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Presentation to School Watch it go up!!
Fishnet? ? Our Speakers. What's up Jake?
Really proud, huh? Whatcha looking at, Sid?
our Faithful Follower! 1923'COaCh'
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STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Don Heche, Ted Engleberth, Jim Pearson, Dave Abbott, Jim Kuhn, Coach-
Floyd Baker. SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ronnie Kiser, Larry Grubbs, Lee Lawrence, Charles Hunterj FREE
THROW TROPHY WlNNERj Harold Mickley, Arnold Weimer.
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BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Strombeck, Larry Mauzy, Benny Black, Larry Miller, Stan Kirkpatrick,
Phil Tom, Coach-Paul Royer. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Keith Stump, Jimmy Hill, David Nine, David
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The powerful Webster Trojans led by Coach Sid Spencer and Assistant
Coach Floyd Baker had the best record this year in county and school history,
also the best won-lost record in the state, suffering only one defeat in 28
7 starts, this being to the State Champions, the South Bend Central Bears.
One of the unusual games of the season was the Pierceton game. The I
Webster players stood in groups on the floor while the Cubs took turns holding
the ball. The final score was 18-13.
i It was very unusual winning over Warsaw, twice in the same season.
i The first game was won by the narrow margin of six points, The second game
was won by the magnificent score of 65-38. Another unusual thing was
1 meeting and defeating Sidney in the finals of both the County and Sectional
Tourneys. The Sidney boys rallied in the County from an 11 point deficit at
the three quarter mark to corne within three points of a victory. However,
1 the tide had changed in the Sectional and Webster rolled to its 26th victory
The highlight of the year was the winning of the County and Sectional
Tourneys and advancing to the South 'Bend Regional. In the afternoon game the
Trojans overcame the tremendous height advantage to scalp the Knox
' Redskins to the tune of fourteen points.
N. W. Opp.
Wolf Lake 59 Z8
Syracuse 51 39
Mentone 59 31
Sidney 76 48
1 Atwood 75 29
Leesburg 63 45
Burket 88 45
Etna Green 69 43
Syracuse 56 45
Silver Lake 70 58
Warsaw 69 63
Silver Lake 74 50
Etna Green 60 38
Sidney 53 50
Columbia City 72 43
Milford 57 29
Leesburg 59 43
Ligonier 56 31
Claypool 57 38
Pierceton 18 13
Larwill 51 48
Milford 61 54
Warsaw 65 38
Silver Lake 56 52
Sidney 53 34
Knox 69 55
South Bend Central 49 68
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The softball season started September 5. Our season opener was with Atwood.
Webster squeezed our victory number one after ten innings of disputed play. The
game was highlighted by numerous errors and arguments. There were two home
runs by Likens and Niles.
TOTALS Hits Runs
Webster ll 10
Atwood 12 9
The playoff game for the champion of the summer league was played at Silver
Lake, September 8, 1952. Webster lost under the lights a 10-6 battle. Due to
errors and a slow start at the plate the Trojans really fell short of a victory.
John Weimer had the only home run for Webster. Fred Pegg also teed off with
a four bagger in the 3rd inning for Silver Lake.
TOTALS Hits Runs
Silver Lake 6 10
Webster 8 6
On September 12, North Webster traveled to Milford, Webs'ter suffered their
second straight defeat of the regular softball season. Webster was plagued by
numerous errors in the field.We failed to match Milford's last game winning rally.
TOTALS Hits Runs Errors
Milford 9 7 2,
No. Webster 9 4 8
On the afternoon of Sept. 16, Webster registered their second victory of the
Season. Webster walloped Leesburg 12-1, They had one of their best days of
the season allowing only Z hits and 1 error.
TOTALS Hits Runs Errors
Webster 10 12 l
Leesburg Z 1 6
On September 19, Webster was host to Syracuse in an afternoon game which they
lost. Again a last minute rally by the Trojans fell 4 runs short. It was the second
defeat in four starts.
TOTALS Hits Runs Errors
Syracuse 11 9 1
Webster 6 5 4
Webster trounc ed Burket in the second game of the tourney by the overwhelming
score of 20-2.
TOTALS Hits Runs Errors
Webster 18 20 O
Burket 3 2 5
Webster was defeated in the semi-finals by a fine Atwood team. The Webster boys
couldn't seem to get started, getting only 3 hits while Atwood collected 10 hits.
The final score was 9 to 3, Atwood.
TOTALS Hits Runs
Silver Lake 6 10
Webster 8 6
H. F. SCHRADER LESTER R. KLINE
Warsaw, Indiana Gen. Repairing 8: Carpenter
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ROGER STUMP DARYLE HILL JAKE RHODES DOUG BOWSER
Catcher Catcher Pitcher lst Baseman
NUB NILES BOB LIKENS SAM POPENFOOSE JOHN WEIMER
Znd Baseman Shortstop 3rd Baseman Left Fielder
WARREN SLOAN DAVE ABBOTT 47, JIM WHITE BUD NEIBERT
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STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Melvin Greider, Iohn Nine, Jake Rhodes, Warren Sloan, John ,
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We elected our officers last spring for G. A. A. They are as follows: President-
Donna Barnhart, Vice President-Arlene Valentine, Secretary-Joyce Gift, Treasurer-
This year the G. A. A. was very busy. We sponsored basketball programs at
each home game. We had two bake sales, the first one was on September 27, and
the second on February 14. We also had a cake draw at one of our ball games.
To help make points for organized activities we went to Warsaw to bowl for
six weeks. I'm sure the girls enjoyed themselves.
This year we were happy to be able to welcome eight new members in to
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Carter, Jean Anne Maloney, Norma Barnhart, June Conley, and Bev Beckler.
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In the softball line we came out on top, winning four games and losing two. We
won two from Leesburg and split even with Milford and Syracuse.
Our basketball was also favorable. Our season record was nine won and four
lost. In the tournament we won the first game from Beaver Dam and lost in the
second round to Mentone. This makes a total record of ten wins and five loses.
We had three triangular track meets and the county meet. We placed sixth
in the county track meet with twenty points.
WALTER DRUG STORE Compliments to Class of '53 Lesner H. Allender, Prop.
Downtown Center Street Warsaw's Newest J. D. VAN CAMP COMPANY
Phone 728 Family Shoe Store Real Estate 8: Insurance
Harry Mosbaugh Joe Mendenhall SHINE SHOE STORE North Webster 72.-J
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G.A. A. ORGANIZATION-BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Frances Likens, June Conley, Peggy Rhodes
Carroll Thomas, Norma Barnhart, Janet Luce, Noreta Henwood, Instructor-Doris Beck. FRONT ROW,
LEFT TO RIGHT: Leora Warble, Dixie Kuhn, Donna Barnhart, Joyce Gift, Carol Martin, Arlene
Valentine, Sue Fervercla, Nance Carter.
G.A. A. SENIORS -STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Dixie Kuhn, Arlene
Valentine. Joyce Gift, Sue Ferverda, Donna Barnhart, Carol Martin.
EWERT MOTOR WALTER'S DRUG CENTRAL SHOE CARTER'S DEPARTMENT
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STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Pat Butler, Jim Butler, Harley
Mock, Stan Kirkpatrick, Rex Hathaway, Daryle Hill, Jack
Clark, Melvin Greider.
STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Kellam, Warren Sloan, Bob Likens,
Harley Mock, Richard Bennett, Gale Black. SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT:
Lee Lawrence, Larry Grubbs.
STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Jeannie Trestrail, John Nine, Vernon
Fawley. SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT: Donna Fidler, Joyce Gift, Judy
Koontz, Donna Barnhart, Noreta Henwood, Ed Niles.
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As a means of thanking Mr. Floyd
Baker for four years of hard work and
unselfish devotion we wish to dedicate
the "Troy" of 1953 to him.
We are extremely grateful for his
encouragement and enthusiasm at the
times when our zeal was gone. He has
helped to make our work enjoyable, and
we trust that this volume will be a re-
minder of his four years at N. W. H. S.
FIRST ROW ON LEFT, FRONT TO BACK: Sue Ferverda, Ed Niles, David Rupprecht, Donna Fidler, Joyce
Gift, Jeannie Trestrail, Dawn Eberly, Donna Barnhart. SECOND ROW ON LEFT, FRONT TO BACK: Don
Heche, Frances Likens, Stanley Kirkpatrick, Vance Randal, Kay Koontz, Karon Mock, David Kuhn,
Judy Brown, Judy Koontz. THIRD ROW, FRONT TO BACK: Elaine Boman, Lowell Engle, Noreta I-lenwood,
Otto Engleberth, Benny Black, John Nine, Corene Richwine, Norma Barnhart. FOURTH ROW, FRONT TO
BACK: Carol Martin, David Nine, Vernon Fawley, Jack Smith, Jerry Smith, Thames Hickman, Martha.
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DIRECTOR - Albert Trestrail
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