Chester Center High School - Memento Yearbook (Keystone, IN)

 - Class of 1953

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mm -ez: X X ww., 'A f s ,Z X , 4531 1 5 .4 l',Nhn4W rl! MIN' .11 5 1 ,. , We, the Seniors of "53," Are just as proud as we can be Of all the years at C. H. S. This year has been one of the best. IN MEMCRIAM MARY ANN BOWMAN February 9, 1934-May 16, 1952 2' if X 1 s Although .fhe will not he with us to cron the final road, the memory we carry with zu if her friendly Jmile and wayf. She will alwayf he with zu in our memorief. CAROLYN GILBERT Fazforile expreniorz-"Oh you silly thing!" Sunshine Club 1-2-3-4, Chorus 1-2-3-4, Operet- ta 1-2, Annual 4, Pow Wow 4, Cantata 3, Mixed Chorus 1-2-3-4, Sextette 3-4, Booster Club 1-2-3-4, President 1-2, Treasurer 3-4g Country Chorus 1-2-3-4, Movie Operator 2-3- 4, Office Sec. 4, SS Play 1. St. Helper 4, Cheering Block 4, Class Play 3. JUNE ANN MCINTIRE Favorite expfenion-"Hey Look." Booster Club 1-2-3-4, Sunshine 1-2-3-4, Chorus 1-2, Secretary 2, 4-H Club 1-2, Pow Wow 4, Annual 4, Office Secretary 4, Operetta 1, Stu- dent Helper 4. 4 Wm .Z ,,.,.,.3.g,, ROGER MINNICH Favorite exprenian-"I don't know." President 3-4, Vice President 1-2, Boys' Quar- tette 3, Track 2, Operetta 2-3, Booster Club 1- 2-3-4, Booster Club President 4, Vice Presi- dent 3, Patrol 1, County Chorus 2, 4-H Club 1, Pow Wow 4, Annual, Class Play 3. PAUL ZIMMERMAN Fazfdrife expretrion-"I reckon!" Vice President 4, Chorus 3, Mixed Quartette 3, Cantata 3, Annual 4, Pow Wow 4, Bus Pa- trol 3, County Chorus 3, Student Manager 3. DONALD OSWALT Farforile expreriion-"What !" Student Council 1-2-3-4, Softball 2-3-4, Basket- ball 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2-3-4, Volleyball 2-3-4, Boys' Chorus 2-3, Movie Operator 1-2-3-4, 4-H Club 1-2-3-4, Boy Scouts 1-2, Operetta 2-3,.County Chorus 2-3, Boys' Quartette 3, Class Play 3. L. J. MONTAGUE Favorite exprerriorz-"What's the good word, baby?" Basketball 1-2-3-4, Track 2-3-4, Boys' Chorus 2-3, Boys' Quartette 3, Mixed Quartette 3, Class Play 2-3, 4-H Club 1-2-3-4, Pow Wow 4, Annual 4, Band 1-2, Operetta 2-3, Bus Pa- trol Lieutenant 1-2. NORMA JEAN XVOODARD F.imr11e arpitmlfizi--"You little snake!" Pow NX'Ow Editor 4, Sunshine 2-3-4, Booster Club 2-3-4. 4-H Club 1-2-3-4, SS Play 2, Vice President 3, Student Council 4, Cheering Block 4. Bus Patrol 2-3-4. Librarian 2, Class Play 5, Annual 4. MAQELINE RusE F.l1m'1!e e.x'pr'f'.ii1u11-"Well I'll Bel" Sunshine 2-3-4, Booster Club 2-3-4, Office Sec. 4, Pow XX'ow 4, Annual 4, 4-H Club 1, Vol- leyball 2-3, Librarian 2, St. Helper 4, Cheering Blotk 4, Petroleum 1. JOYCE WEATHLRHOLT Fuzurile exprefriari-"Wanna bet?" Sec. I, Booster Club 1-2-3-4, Yell-leader 1-2- 3, Chorus 1-2-3, Class Play 3-4, Office Sec, 4, Pow Wow 4, -Annual 4, Operetta 2, Canata 3, Co. Chorus 1-2, SS Play 2, St. Helper 4, Cheering Block 4, Bus Patrol 2-3-4. PATRICIA WATSON F.11fn'lle exfvrefrifnz-"l thought I'cl Clie," SS Play 2, Sunshine Cluh 1-2-3-4, Booster Cluh I-2-3-4, Chorus l-2. Operctta 2, 4-H Cluh l-2-3-4, ,lr Lt-aclcr l-2-3-4. Bantl 1, Pow VUovv 4, Annual 4. Baooics MOuNs1fY 1:.II'Ul'fl6' exjrrenzml-"Howdy l" Basketball 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2, Baseball 3, Boys' Chorus 2-3, Booster Club 1-2-3-4, Pow Woxv 4, Annual 4, Quartette 3, Class Play 3-4. BOB STEPP Fai'w'1le exprenion-"Oh fine!" Chorus 2, Pow Woxv 4, Movie Operator 2, , -L : jackson High School 1-2. i Y 4 an .f ' A MILDRED PAYNE Favorite expreryion-"Are you crazy?" Booster Club 1-2-3-4, SS 1-2-3-4, V0ll9Yball 1-2-5-4, Operetta 1-2, Canata 5, Chorus 1-2-3, Pow Wow 4, Annual 4, Office Sec. 4, County Chorus 2, 4-H Club 1-2. DORIS ROGERS Fawrile expreniozz-"Oh great." Booster Club 1-2-3-4, SS 1-2-3-4, Volleyball 1-2-3-4, Operetta 1-2, Cantata 3, Chorus 1-2-3, Pow Wow 4, Annual 4, Office Sec. 4, Co. Chorus 2, 4-H Club 1-2. , teifli JIM MILLER Favorite exprefrion--"That's All she wrote I.. Basketball 1-2-3-4, Booster Club 1-2-3-4, Track 2, Softball, Annual 4, Pow Wow 4, Vol- leyball 2. NILE SHARPE Farofile expreJJior1-"Couldn't tell ya!" Booster Club 1-2-3-4, Sec. Booster Club 3, Pow VC'ow 4, Annual 4. ALLEN MILLER Favorite exprenion-"Han't got none!" Booster Club 1-2-3-4, Softball 1-2, Pow Wow 4, Annual 4. CLYDE SNOW Farvrize 6XPfEJ.l'i0H1uI can't say." St. Manager 1, Booster Club 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2, Volleyball 1-2-3-4, Class Play 5-4, Pow Wow 4, Annual 4, County Chorus 2, Boys' Chorus 1-2-5, Operetta 1-2, 4-H Club 1-2-3. Boy Scouts 1-2, Softball 1, Mixed Chorus 1- 2-3. SUE CARNES Frzrorile expreuion-''Definitelyf' 4-H 1-2-3, Booster Club 1-Z-3-4, SS 1-2-3-4, Chorus 1-2-5-4, County Chorus 1-2-3-4, Sex- tette 3-4, Operetta 1-2-4, Cantata 3, Yell Lead- er 2-3, Class Play 3-4, SS Play 2, Pow Wow 4, Annual 4, Volleyball 2-3-4, Office Sec. 4, Student Helper 4, Sec. 1, Tres. 2, Cheering Block 4, Triple Trio 4. NORLIA RUTH BEAVANS FLll'0jI6 expferriozz-"Well kid I don't know what to tell you!" 4-H Club 1-2, SS 1-2-3-4, Booster Club 1-2-3- 4, Maiorette 1-2, Mixed Quartette 2-3-4, Operetta 1-2-4, Cantata 3, Pow Wow 4, An- nual 4, Office Sec. 4, Trio 3-4, Class Play 3-4, SS Play 2, Volleyball 2-3-4, Student Help- er 4, Co. Chorus 1-2-3-4, Triple Trio 4. CLASS HISTCRY In the fall of 1941 twenty six enthusiastic passengers boarded the rocket of success at planet number one along with their space pilot, Mrs. Noe. The passengers included were Carolyn Sue Carnes, Joseph De Remer, Jessie Foreman, Louis Fox, jacob Gephart, Carolyn Gilbert, jim Harris, Cecil I-larter, Lucille Kingen, Norma Kummer, Betty Love, Carolyn McCaffery, June Ann Mclntire, Allen Miller, Brooks Mounsey, Keith Karrick, Phyllis jean Ramseyer, Doris Rogers, Madeline Ruse, Nile Sharpe, Clyde Snow, Joyce Ann Weatherholt, johnette Williams, Georgie Foreman, Ned Murray, Vera Hawk. As we reached planet II we noticed De Remer, Carolyn McCaffery, Keith Karrick, Madeline Ruse, Georgie Foreman, New Murray, Vera Hawk were lost and we gained one new passenger Norman Bisel. We then soared into planet number III with Miss Smith as our pilot. We were pleased to find that we had lost no one but gained Mildred Payne, Betty Brown, Billy Wheeler, Norman Bisel, Cecil Mourey, James Habig, Madeline Ruse. Rounding the sun we came into planet IV. Mrs. Grace Lillie as our pilot. Norman Bisel, Jacob Gephart, jim Harris, Cecil Harter, Betty Love, jim Habig, had slipped out as we rounded the sun, and we gained Bonnie McFarren, As our rocket coasted into planet V we found Marvin Norris, Ralph Teagle, Donald Oswalt, Paul Herring waiting to board our rocket and we were pleased to find we had lost no one. As we sped into planet VI with Mrs. Kean as our pilot, We saw that our new pas- sengers were Jim Miller, L. Montague, Roger Minnich, and found that we had lost no one. As we soared upward to planet VII we found. that we had lost no one but gained Norma Beavans, Nina Colman, Gene Foreman. Pulling into Planet VIII Marvin Norris and Betty Brown got off. New passengers awaiting us were Mary Ann Bowman, Mary Ann Reff, jerry Wilson, Norman Grass. 'We then crossed over into planet number IX. Much to our distress we found we had lost one passenger Madeline Ruse, but gained Patricia Watson, Ralph Teagel, john Briles. Our rocket roared into planet X where we picked up Madeline Ruse, Norma jean Woodard, Carol Hahn, and lost john Briles, Ralph Teagle. Speeding into planet XI we saw that we had lost Buddy Norris, Mary Ann Bowman and gained Patricia Wall, Paul Zimmerman, and Robert Stepp. We gained no one and lost Phyllis Ramsyer on planet XII. Hlass Office 5 'ggi' First row: Carolyn Gilbert, Treasurer, Roger Minnich, First row: Mary Farlow, Presidentg jacob Gephart, President, Madeline Ruse, Secretary. Second row: Mrs. Vice President. Second row: Helena Schortgen, Secre- Foy, Sponsor, Paul Zimmerman, Vice President. tary, Mr. Carnes, Sponsorg Marilyn Ford, Treasurer. N44 First row: Carol Zimmerman, Secretary, Phyllis Moun- Fif5f f0W5 Miss Ffiafi SPONSOR EVCIYU Grimm, SCCIC sey, Treasurer, Mr. Settle, Sponsorg jim Harris, Presi- tary: Betty Brown, VICC Pl'CSld6f1f1 Yvonne Pond dent. Second row: Juanita Payne, Vice President. ' TfC3SUfCf- Second 1'0W2 John Bfifflef, PICSiClC!1f- ...z 0-4, vit- be .fra 9' is fw- ali! i First row: Dick Payne, President. Second row: Mr. First row: Dale Musselman, Vice Presidentg Harrold Harold, Sponsorq Diana Mitchel, Treasurer, Karen Sills, Secretaryg Mrs. Somers, Sponsor. Second row: Mounsey, Secretary, Eleanor Velasquez, Vice Presi- Frank Dickerson, Treasurer, Richard Watkins, Presi- dent. dent, .y . jf' 'b w -6 Y. P s t Sl X T f., X 1 v.-, 5 "': - a h 43731 84 I ,L V k ' To 3 . . 4 -iz ' 'V -- V 4, F Sue Michael Paul Musselrnan Corrine Needler jim Noble Tom Perry Jeanette Pond Helene Schortgen Rollie Sharpe Charles Sills Benny Twibell John Williams Cynthia Apt iToo BUSY J- L 1 ' . S Qiaagmnadable 3" i V , Q N 5 I XX JU Eldon Carnes Spamor Linda Apt Terry Apt jean Cheesman Mary Farlow Marilyn Ford Jacob Gephart james Habig Paul Herring Emma May Hunt Ronnie Maddox Beverly Marshall - if- .4 nw, IORS se-, --Q te In Am j S wi , J 1 W ' Km' X. l . l ::. ,,. , Q , ,cg 332 . 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Q Mnliaty ' Grades Dorthy Baker Nancy Beavans Mora Blevin Connie Cooper jeff Friar Carolyn Gearhart Michael Harris Beverly Hendricks Carolyn Herring Merl Lugar Karen Meyer Judith Murray Gene Penrod Kent Roush Delma McClain Larry McCaffery Joan Krinn Carolyn Nelson Joyce Zehner Olan Dalton Mike Gearhart Gale I-Ieffelfinger Sue Merchant jimmy Roush Donna Ramsyer Larry Schortgen Gary Shadle Carol Weatherholt Howard Embrie Clarence Brickly Rose Anderson Merlin Burns Tome Brocklesby Charles Brocklesby Janice Chapman Benny Hamilton Rex Harris Charles Harris Dick Huffman Lee Kershner Judy Musselman Nancy Minnich Dennis Miller Larry Needler Joyce Shadle Cynthia Zehner Richard Grass David Beavans Irma Blevins Patricia Brown Sue Cochran John Dickason Cheryl Friar Tommy Harris Jimmy Huffman Bob Lugar Tom Michael Bonnie Pond Charles Sills Judy Pulley SECOND A D THIRD A is E- S .5 Writha Hannah ' 'N Tearlaer - 1 5 -A ..,, . ef- EZ YT? ,NGS .,... IW i au: - Nw..-.,,, i ,Z f-- A 1 W". fjli. 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Keith McClain LaRetta Nelson LaVerna Nelson Mary Nelson Ruby Nelson A jerry Neecller Carol Nusbaumer Linda Rector Evelyn Roth Mary Sills Sharon McClelland .M M , ..,, Q. H 4 2. I x4 il :as 'K -J. ,auxgh A X , . 4 'Ki' . ' .A 44:- -- "lf-ly' ' x .Vp ' . " V '34, f A 4 nm 'f -Y' ,A ll, . 1 K," - .iff vjlagk! I ...I:LW'v: ,, 4 . far, - , A I Fl' A431 vs if Q5?.' fX5Wf fl, Athletics If 1 xy. I. I ,QQ 'f'X W Iigfi 15Efg?f pi s V , EY Vg! uf AQ f' ww .'- La 9 Y Q ' VARSITY Bottom row, left to right: Student Managers, 'lim Noble, Keith Karrick, Roland Lininger. Second row: Donald Oswalt, jim Harris, james Miller, jake Gcphart. Tom Perry, Benny Twibcll, Coach, Owen Wfemoffg Brooks Mounscy, Paul Herring, L. -I. Montague, john XX'illiams, Paul Mussclman, Ronnie Maddox, Assistant Coachg Eldon Carnes. MR- OWEN WEMHOIIF Left to righti Ruth Murray, Atlclinu Ruse, -l.rumt.i P11 ,..J-.. - A-. wrgilg' VT 1 . A ..w,.. x 'X L .I MONTAGUE DON OSWALT BROOKS MOUNSEY JACOB GEPHART JIM HARRIS PAUL HERRING ET. T.P 455-87 7 195 C21-41 3 91 Q2-4 5 6 Q49-1115 149 Q70-120D 202 Q 9-31 3 21 Avg. 10.8 5.1 0.7 8.5 11.2 1.8 JOHN WILLIAMS BENNY TWIBELL RONNIE MADDOX 4 TOM PERRY PAUL MUSSELMAN BOB ZEHNER Name 05. F.T. T.P, Gnmey Avg john Williams ..... ......... F Q19-45D 61 15 4.0 Benny Twibell ..... ........ G Q 6-14D 16 11 1.5 Ronnie Maddox ,, ..... ........ G C 3-12D 5 6 0.9 Tom Perry ..,..... ..C Q19-40j 69 18 3.5 Paul Musselman ..,... ....,.... F Q 0-2 J 2 7 0.2 Bob Zehner ......... ........ G Q35-57D 85 12 7.1 -wk.. SECOND TEAM Our second team thus far has compiled a neat record of 11 victories and 6 defeats. Things for the future look very bright. Ken Payne lool-:ed very good in scoring 167 ...H29 ...U28 ......3l ......-16 ,.......25 55 ...W53 ......32 .,,...-42 34 ......32 25 21 iii'..i.59 In the above photo the boys listed according to their posi- tion on the team are. left to right in front row: Ron Clamme G3 Bob Zehner G3 -I. P. Osborn G3 Kent Wfamsley C3 Ken Payne C5 Bud Miller C3 john Murray G. Setond row: Kdy XY'olfe F3 Tom Maddox G3 john Barnet G3 Coach VC'emhoffg Ron Twihell G3 jim Gearhart GQ Bill Michael G. pts. in 1-i games. E-W 'll Gill' 3 47 liiisigtl t 3299551-if P "lull" , X PAPOOSES RECORD - ix Chester ......,, 39 Union ,.,...., Chester ........ 41 Petroleum ..... Chester. ...... SO Pennville Chester ..,.,. . -l-l Bryant ..... Qorerfimej Chester. . 58 Warren ..... Chester ........ 57 Adams Central Chester.. ..... 37 Hartford .................. 31 Chester ..,..... 40 Ossian ,.,,. ..... Chester ........ 28 Roel-cereek ..... Chester ....... ........ 3 3 jackson Chester .,.... Z5 jefferson Chester ....., ,.,,..,. 3 3 Roll ........... Chester ..,.... ........ 3 5 Montpelier .. Chester ...... .,...,,. 5 O Liberty C. Chester ....... ........ S 1 Petroleum .... Chester ....... -il Roll ........... .ILINICDR HIGH BASKETB LL TE Front row, left to right: Kay Teagle, Arlin Mann, Bill Martin, Richard Hahn, jerry Gearhart, Morris Beavens, Dale Musselman, Lester Harris, Allen Hunt, jimmy Thomas, Gale Felt, Dick Payne, Coach, Eldon Carnes, Harrod Sills, Frank Dickason, Rifhard Xwatkins, Tom Harris and Student Manager, Roger Grover. CHESTER CENTER'S CHEERING BLOCK We the Cheer Leaders and Rooters for the Chester Indians want to "Congratulate" our team and coach for displaying a good brand of basketball throughout the season! l softball it ll Front row, left to right: jim Harris, Ben Twibell, Paul Herring, Tom Perry, jake Gephart, Don Oswalt, Paul Mussleman. Second row: Bob Zelmer, john Williams, Ron Maddox, Coach Wemhoff, 1. P. Osborn, Ron Clamme, and john Murray. Our softball team ended the season with a record of two victories and six victories for their opponents. The outstanding feat of the season was a one hit game pitched by john Murray against Liberty Center. Ben Twibell led the team in hitting with an aver- age of 557. jim Harris hit .3-14. track ss' t The outstanding accomplishments turned in by the track team were as follows: Charles Sills captured 3rd in the county meet competing in the mile. Don Oswalt took second in the high jump in the county meet, and L. Montague won in the 50-100-220 dashes in most of the meets. y 7:3 ll RESUME of FIRST TEAM GAMES 5 Chester .,...,...................... 51 Union Center ..,,.,,,,,....,. 71 Chester .....,.. ....... 6 7 Petroleum ..,,.. .......,. 5 1 i Chester ........ ....... 5 6 Pennville ,.,,. ...... . ..46 N I Chester ........ ....... 4 O Bryant ,..,. .,.,,,,,, 5 8 Chester ........ .,..... 4 7 Warren ....,.,....... ......... 7 0 Chester .,...... ....... 4 4 Adams Central ............,. 65 Chester ....,... .,...,. 4 4 Pennville ..,.......,............. 48 Chester ........ ....,.. 5 2 Hartford Center ..,......... 54 Chester ....,.,. ....... 3 1 Ossian .,...,........r ,...,.... 7 0 Chester ...,..............,......,.. 68 Rockcreek .................,,.., 71 CCUNTY TOURNAMENT Chester ......,.........,...,.,,.... 60 Liberty Center ............., 49 Chester ........ ....... 5 5 Rockcreek ,,.... ........s 5 3 Chester ........ ....... 4 2 Ossian .,,.. .,.....,, 8 6 QFi1zafJj Chester ........ ....... 3 8 jackson ....... ......... 7 0 Chester ,,,,,.,, ....,,, 4 1 Lancaster ...... ......... 8 1 Chester ,,,,,,,, .,,.,,. 5 7 Montpelier ....... ......... 6 7 Chester .....,,, ....... 6 2 Liberty Center .............. 57 Chester ..,..,,, ....,..... 7 3 Petroleum ...... ......... 4 6 928 1091 K+-v Mi Ke I 1. D i V Q V E I C! Thus far our boys have Won 6 games while dropping 12. Only two veterans were back from last ye-ar's team and this definitely was a rebuilding year for the Indians. Next year we have all but two boys back, and with this experience Chester should have one of the toughest teams in Wells County. We are all anxiously awaiting next year. Zbgm 2035 wgga mg ning 0:0-V5 O:-gg 'PDQ xg: 32550 5:03 Z:-2 T33 Z:-S moms 2539 H5 Zongmcn F005 Z9-ag DOSE OES: gm-mga 1350 U03 moxgm 23250 mcg ZW-Q M56 DVR? msc? Za .Zim wgga mise 0332 ZBA E M:-j mom moan Wagga Om: F330 02255 ZVHLP: I:-52:3 O-fro MOZO Z! wpgd 00333 :O-dm AIJLDMN MAGS mn D mags :Zn 'AOS :ga AZ! mpg? 00535 IO-:Q IE: gui-HN Ewa: 65? AOC :El Ea moi jzoowg ri! mega Gag? DQ: rg gn mga O2 V55 gg or IQTEN Us or :QE Us :Sn Ea moc- Mgm gg :J 5 go moo? :J OCHWFPZUHZO -umbHCxm wrong rm: mia wa:-0 wgcg BEF mg-Ugsqwm :img mrgggm mi FQ OE? 5: :SME Oar Q3 Ep? E: mam? O:-VN rp: mxgwm an KPZEYZOZ mga! OUQNHOH 5312 C2232 'Higgs dqmgm ggrgmm EQOQ mgggm woo-ha Q29 D142 Ba FSBWDW Fagan MQREQ 0250 Algg-Q2 MGQINSQ GEAR mimi Y-IE? D142 AMBITION OUTSTANDING FEATURE G ON E S NICKNAM E AM N POW-WOW STAFF ANNUAL STAFF Edilor ...,,A..........,,,...........,.,...... Arriffarzt Edilof ........ . Sportr, .,,.............,,,,, . Afrirlant Sporlf, ....,,., Grade Nezuf ........... Higla Srlaool Newi ...,,. . Soriety ....... Gouip ....... joker .......... Calendar ....... Alznrmi ,,.,.....,,.,,.. Copy Edilorf ,........, Circulation ...,... Exrbarzge ...... If 456' X it I gt- :- X-imma Rv , fn' - vm. i ' ay 4 Ill ,. !!I . , 1 d .Norma jean Woodard ...,.......Roger Minnich ........Paul Zimmerman ..,. Don Oswalt ..........Robert Stepp Brooks Mounsey .......joyce Weatherholt Sue Carnes , ...... Norma Beavens .........Mi1dred Payne Doris Rogers J. Montague ............Carolyn Gilbert .........june Ann Mclntire ..........Patricia Watson Madeline Ruse .........Iim Miller Allen Miller Nile Sharpe .........Clyde Snow Edifor ...........,.......,... ............................. D oris Rogers Aryirtanz Editor ........ Sporlr ........v....,.... Grade! .......... H i gb Srbool ....... Adizfilief ......... joker ,,,..,r,.... ..,.... Bizfirzerr Manager...-.... Typists .,,...... ...,.. Ad vertiring ........ Circulation ......... .......Mildred Payne .........Robert Stepp L. Montague ...Joyce Weatherholt ....,..,.Norma Beavens Sue Carnes ......Paul Zimmerman jim Miller Clyde Snow ........Brooks Mounsey Nile Sharpe .......Carolyn Gilbert . .............. Madeline Ruse Patricia Watson Norma jean Woodard ...June Ann Mclntire Roger Minnich ............Allen Miller Don Oswalt student council ' The Student Council had a very successful year. Each class is represented by two mem bers. A few of the activities they sponsored were a skating party, student photographs activities tickets and assembly programs. Standing. left to right: Mr. Settle, Don Oswalt, Paul Musselman., Frank Ifer, Ronnie Clamme Max Gephart. Seated: Betty McClain, Sharon Laudig, Cynthia Apt, Rose Marie Blair Adeline Ruse. Norma Wooda-rd. HB THE DRIVERS' TRAINING CLASS The class completed many projects this year, including scrapbooks, street corners, etc. 5 gf., E R5 watching traffic on ,' , fl - 1 1Xm'n I - pmG1J4m 5 -rm The Booster Club sure went out for our teams thus year They orgamzed a Cbeernzg Blork which created more mterest at the games They drd a fine job of cheermg the boys on to victory Officers thrs year are X bs i W - '-4I',i:n an:- T 4 ii The Actrvxtxes of the Sunshme So Slumber Party Easter Party Val entme Party and Mother and Ideal Lady Banquet Mrs Somers was the sponsor for the year ciety were Installation of Officers, SUNSHINE E. I I I 2 'A N7 J GIRLS TRIO consisted of Sue Michael, Norma Beavens, and Mary Farlow. We wish to thank Miss Frair, for her co-opera- tion in making this year a success. .5-. 0 GIRLS SEXTETTE consisted of Phyllis Mounsey, Myrna Sue Ogle, Carol Zimmerman, Susie Frair, Sue Carnes, and Carolyn Gilbert. Besides singing at many of the school events they also sang at many of the churches in our community. They wish to thank their accompanist, Miss Frair for her help throughout the year. H onors 1953 BALFOUR AWARD Carol Musselman BURNS AWARD Carol Musselman-Altermzte-Norma Bennet Bob' Dalton-Altenmtel-Paul Harrold LATIN AWARD Ut in Diylrirt, 111. in Stale-Nancy Blevens 2nd, in Diffricl-Myrna Sue Ogle FREE THROW TROPI-IY james Harris-1952 DE KALB AWARD A g. Scbolarfhip-Richard Hammilton D. A. R. GOOD CITIZEN Norma jean Woodard ARDEN KUNKEL "MOST VALUABLE" PLAYER AWARD 1952 jack Zehner HONORARY CAPTAIN L. J. Montague SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD 4-Way Tourney-Paul Herring Front row: Back row: Pat Watson ,,A,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,.-.,A,,,. M rj, Spjfef I.. Montague . Carolyn Gilbert ...,.. .....,.....,..,,. F arimz Fudd Brooks Mounsey Mrs. Foy ...,.............,...,, ..... S ponmr and Direrrrfx' Clyde Snow ,.,..-- Sue Carnes w,,.w....,,r....Vw.....,......,.,,w, Gmrie Uzzderzwod DOH 0SW2lt ....-. Joyce Ann Weatherholt .....,. YY,,,..,...... D adie SIf7jt'L'V Norma Beavans The juniors presented the play Amazing Gmrie on March 26 27 .lnder the direction of Mrs. Kath fyn Foy. Roger Minnich ......,,., Norma Woodard Ty Underwood Butrb Brirme Dariuf Dnmrork Peidmoni 'loner Rainbow Bally Horatio H el frey Tallalub Tale ki . . wi mb- ji? fre 'i , .1 s .. QW 'Ql?'fL Q? ,Wil ,lf i . .- 4' is , .-rdf ' .X-1-X Hydrangea Iodine finzpfon .........................,.,.....,.............. Beverly Marshall Epidemic Aporolypfe Peterr ..,.... .............,.... T om Perry Ruth Alden ...................,...Q....... .... Helene Schortgen Dr. Wylie Angell .....,.... ........ john Williams Pdlrieia Angell, "Pat" ..,.... Marv Farlow Venetin Van Arlen ..,..... ..... J can Cheeseman Dorotloy Angell, "Dodo" . ........ Sue Michael Billy Angell ,,,,,,.,,..,.....,. ........... J im Noble Grandma Grimer Jeanette Pond Afarian Peabody ...,.. .. Orley Van Arlen ........ .. Winnie Olipbanl Charles Sills Paul Herring Marilyn Ford Don Dnggef ,,,,.,,,..... ...... R Onrlie Maddox Tufila Twitcbell ....... ..-.... Emma May Hunt 1 w U lt . Y '- t Top: SEVENTH and EIGHTH GRADE GIRLS PHYSICAL EDUCATION. These girls are doing their usual exercises which they do everyday, and they are as much like the other physical education classes, because they like different types of games. Bottom: THE FRESHMAN and SOPHOMORE PHYSICAL EDUCATION. These girls enjoy all games, and below they are doing a few of their stunts, Every day the girls take exercises. They usually play volleyball. They also learned the girls and boys basketball rules. Q no . ...mu -, L. V- , 4 Q: -J -Q-rf Q . BUS PATROL AND BUS DRIVERS BUS DRIVERS-Left to right: Nathan Teagle, john Minnich, Earl Smith, jess Miller, Orie Pen- rod, Lester Beavans. BUS PATROL-Vallis McDonald, Carolyn Gilbert, Norma Woodard, Mary Ifer, jean Cheesman, Mr. Carnes, Sponsorg L, J. Montague, Sue Michael, Phyllis Mounsey, Suzie Friar, Ruth Murray, and joyce Weatherholt not pictured. The Bus drivers were very glad to have student helpers again this year. They have helped with the great decrease in the need for discipline on the buses. Mr. Carnes is the sponsor, L. J. Montague, Captaing and Ronnie Maddox, Lieutenant. 'N xi-A 1 w -JO ' 4 .. .'. M. . . -I, J.. ' 0" I 7. ,QR . if - I ' x, an YZ 'QW fi -. 5 " .1. -I VY if fa.. . 'uni H . Q 7 4 Q7 'I ' J., Q "Il .' Q .x s P J ., X ., A V , 0 4 N if s ,-,, -'Q' I . , r -,' P' ,L' 4 J' ' . -'. .Y .D i, sf 4. 1,1 n . Q 1 v U - B ' ni , . 5 . .. wl 5 I Q H vf . r,. Q .s Y 'pf' 3 4 . f . . 'ru 'Y . 1 . A . . 5. ' xl' o "' I ' I A a 9 ajtryf' Q '5,"'f . - ' .Q 1 - .flu N Q 1 4 fave I 5 " 1 " tb " 'Un ' ' 5' 1 ,' A ' 5 I, A U .' ' Wg' 6 52' ' ' f., k f -,I 1 Q ,Q -4 , I L ' 31" ' ' -PNYVQ. COOKS and HELPERS LIBRARIANS OFFICE PRACTICE IANITOR ,711 Memory fff .A 2 2 2 1 ff f -xv' f fx .Tiff - 1 ' WILMA JEAN SHIRLEY JOAN April 4, 1940-December 13, 1952 june 1, 1943-December 15, 1952 CHAPMAN Who deported from life? journey only to find an even greater reward. If I GW -W- S I N , 5' J 3' 14551 1 ' 7 V' -ri ? 6: I :Hi 445' Q 5 ., 43.5 i 1-jf' fur, fx, ,-,, pa A.. . fn. f -1 A2156-451 7 ff fx . ., , A , Q A 1W -l e . ilgf' I I h 49 'Vi "A' "Y, .. .2 - I 'V 5 A R V ' ..A 1 -A- M' ' Wj'z.WG-i Q , '-- 1 I-Iv, , :iv 1 it fLE""'f3 t Y ' 1 S ' 'N ' ' 'f ' 55? W Q 2 V' M ,UIX 4, 'gi pf X '. 'N 1 . - 1 it e . ' . s., ' - .fi VA X , 'f ,-' rf' xtilf "E, ,-'V - nk ivfs x ' A I fy - . Q " 1' Nw -1 W ai' .3.' .' V , ,, -3-., -,avi N. M, -4 - if it xxx X - +.,A,2sm . -F358 'w P' ' 2 ' 1 nf 'ff -. 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The winners are as follows: Ffrtrl Prize Fffnrllv Prize DICK HYDE LINDA DAY Sblfllilfj Prjle' Flflfl Pfflf' SUE HELMS -lACKS-ON SEXTETTE MARY MICKLITSCH lfblmf P1111 K'-'I li TUXWNS 1 The 4-H classes competed in several fairs and were proud of their accomplishments. Oscar Diehm directed the boys and did an excellent job. Miss Rachel Ramsey directed the girls and through her leadership we can all be proud of the 4-H girls. ffgdif C on gmtulatiom to DONALD FREDRICK OSWALT . . . for the fine art work that is displayed on our Annual. Without his artistic touch, our War Whoop would have failed to reach an attractive outcome! Thanks Don, SENIOR CLASS of 53 MIDLAND Service S+aI'ion The sign of friendly service BILL GARRETT Phone 49 Main and Souih S'IreeI' BLUFFTON INDIANA Geels JEWELRY STORE Known For Fine Diamonds II5 Sou+I1 Main Sfreei' BLUFFTON, INDIANA SUDDETH Aufo Wrecking Company New and Used AUTOMOTIVE PARTS a d THOMA and SON Funeral Direcfors Furniiure and Rugs Bluffion, Indiana EQUIPMENT BIu'FfI'on Indiana Phone I2 Sinclair GAS 8: OIL Car Service HARTMAN 8: SON BIu'FI:'I'o,n. Indiana l23 Soufh John GRETCHEN'S FASHIONS BLUFFTON'S NEWEST LADIES APPAREL SHOP son Sfreef Blufffon, Indiana Case Sales and Service Tonner Phone 72I BODY WORKS Krummen InsuIa+ed MiIIr Bodies Auro SERVICE commefcifi Me, Bai-Ieries Ignifion Trac+or Cabs House Trailers EXIDE Blufffon, Indiana Moving Van Bodies BLUFFTON, INDIANA GERBER FURNITURE and UPHOLSTERY AII Kinds of Floor and Wall Covering A SpeciaI+y wifh Gerber's 'I' Cusfom-buiI+ Furnifure and Upholsiery of Old Furnifure 'I' Gulbransen Pianos ONE MILE NORTH OF BLUFFTON STATE ROAD ONE Open Tuesday and Saiurday Evenings BLUFFTON INDIANA MARKLEY'S FURNITURE and Appliance S+ore Crosley Appliances-Philgas I00-Ib. and 20-Ib. Tanks PIasI'ica Enamel Painls LINN 81 SAURER Exclusive Home Furnishings A Good Place +o Buy II5 S. Main SI. FURNITURE MQ,-11-pelierl Indiana Phone 448 Blufffon, Ind PHONE 5542 MOSER Swisher IMPLEMENT COMPANY Phone 203 LUMBER CO., Inc. 703 W. Wabash Sfreel' Phone I3 I 3 BLUFFTON, INDIANA Blufffon, Indiana -DEALERS IN- Allis-Chalmers, New Idea Dunham and New Holland Farm Machinery Cushman Mo'l'or Scoorers SUDDETHCQHRKRECKING New and Used Minneapolis-Moline Au+o Par+s 8: Equipmeni' N. Main SI. Phone I2 BLUFFTON, INDIANA P. o. Box- 66 TRACTOR and IMPLEMENT CO. "Good Trac'I'ors" Phone I 058 Blufffon, Indiana Koenic WELDING SHOP BIu'IH'on Indiana SCOTT 81 PERRY ST. WARE-BAKER COMPANY Infernafional Harvesier TRUCKS-TRACTORS Farm ImpIemen'I's 8: Refrigeraiion CADILLAC MOTOR CARS Phone 58 Blufffon, Indiana -es . 1 ' .O Oo 'B il l' - -. . , . 1 , 1 Q Y A ,-.Y , , 'vw vs 'O - 'L 4, v ' . .. 3- 1. '- -sl ' 1. 0 V 7 5 . -L ,:A .L:'?Af.N ' wk . . -'- y V W., I :T ,V 4 U3 1. L Y .- ' -1 1, ul 1 ' - , - ff! ' ' in - ' , " 1'?f' ' V ' - 'r-...J Qu: :',A A " 13 ' 1sn,.o-' M .," ' " Commercial PrinI'ing BLUFFTON PRINTERY Phone 6I7 BLUFFTON, INDIANA BLUFFTON READY MIX CO Ready Mixed Concrefe Concre+e Blocks 659 Soufh Bond SI'reeI' Phone I8 VOGUE SHOPE, INC. Women's Apparel IO3 SouI'h Main SI'reeI' BIuff+on, Indiana Sc hoots MEAT MARKET - Cusfom Curing Qualify Mea+s CLERK OF WELLS CIRCUIT COURT MARTHA G. ULMER A CLINE LUMBER SUPPLY COMPANY Dealers in Lumber, BuiIder's Hardware KOENIG WELDING SHOP Phone 842-W Blufffon Indiana GLEN O. MARSH YOUR FORD DEALER Blufffon Indiana KEEPSAKE ELGIN BERTSCH JEWELRY BIuf'H'on Indiana SWANK SHEFFERS THE LESH AGENCY, Inc, Sourh Main Sfreei' Blufffon, Indiana ELDON D. LESH JOSEPH B. McCURDY Insurance, Bonds, Real Esfafe MICKLITSCH BEAUTY SALON II2 S. Johnson S+. Biufffon, Ind. JACK AND JILL SHOP Infanfs Wear BIufHon, Indiana BLUFFTON FLORISTS Flowers and Giffs IIO W. Washingion S+. BIuff'I'on, Indiana PHONE 8 I -887 FarIing's FOOD MARKET QUALITY Mea+ and Groceries l22 W. Markef S+. Biufffon. Indiana PHONES 247 81 248 SNUG CAFE Blufffon Indiana "A GOOD PLACE TO EAT" Lf, Your SERVICE Agency MASTERSON-TYNDALI. CO. CIo'II1ing and SI1oes Incorporaiied for GeneraI Insurance Dad and Lad Blufffon, Indiana BIu'Ff+on, Indiana Phone l500 COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE Blufffon JIM BILL Bos LINN and SAURER Exclusive Home Furnishers A Good Place To Buy Furnifure CLARKIES CAFE An Ideal Place To Ea'I SANDWICHES LuNcHEs BLUFFTON INDIANA Blu-f-Hon Indiana Phone 448 RACER'S PETE ELLIS MARJORIE KING MONA JEAN HIGHLEN WELLS COUNTY AUDITORS OFFICE I GOLDEN LOAF Bread, Buns, Rolls Cookies and Cakes "QUALITY FOR LESS" Phone 4436 Monfpelier Indiana GUM'S ICE CREAM "NONE BETTER" Wholesale-Refail Monfpelier Phone 77I9 HENDERSON 8: HENDERSON Family Clo+hing and Shoes 43 Years of Service II6 Sou+h Main Sfreef Monipelier Indiana FARMERS and MERCHANTHS BANK BLUFFTON, INDIANA GENERAL BANKING MEMBER F.D.I.C IVA M. SCHWARTZ Treasurer WeIIs Counry DEERWOOD QUALITY FOODS Blmcmqon Indiana "Yours for Sa+isfac+ion" HES-I-ER KARNES DEPUTY The Blufffon Grocery Company RENA SAPER DEPUTY Blu.FH,on Indiana SURGE BLUFFTON "Every+hing For Ihe Dairy Farm" SURGE DAIRY EQUIPMENT 3I6 N, Oak S+. STORE Phone I280 CORVIN BRINER OWNER H PAT GARRETT SERVICEMAN WE HAUL ANYTHING" BIuff+on, IncI. Phone 954 BIUTHOH II'ldI6I"la Lockwood TEXACO STATION Main 8: Washingfon A BLUFFTON, INDIANA BEST OF LUCK. SENIORS from DIRECT OIL 8: GAS CO ERNIE KYLE, Propriefor Dial 664 Monfpelier, Indiana SYLVAN L. BERTCH Cleaning Home Owned and Operafed Call-888I-Call SERVICE CLEANERS II3 W. Hun+ing+on Complimenis of MONTPELIER HATCHERY Baby Chicks-Feeds Pouliry Supplies MONTPELIER Phone 234' R. E. LIECHTY, Mgr. Koo,-,'S CHANEY'S HARDWARE JEWELRY STORE Waiches-Diamonds-Jewelry Guaranfeed Wafch Repair PHONE 558I Mon+peIier Indiana Speed Queen Washer American Fence 8: Posi' Kelvinafor Appliances Phone 886i MONTPELIER INDIANA Sleam, Hof Wafer, Warm Air KIMMEL PLUMBING 8: HEATING SHOP Why noi' Modernize Now? PHONES Business 9942 Residence 5532 Monfpelier Indiana BLACKFORD COUNTY FARM BUREAU Co-operafive Assoc. Inc. Feeds-Seeds-Ferfilizer-CoaI Pe+roIeum Producisf-Wire Fence PHON E 3 362 Monfpelier Indiana LIBERTY CENTER LUMBER COMPANY SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS Liber+y Cen+er Indiana Complimenls of FLUHRERS Dry Cleaners Cleaning and Pressing ' ' Sui'l's Cleaned and Pressed Swift s All w It Done in our Elvn plan'I'. Marion Indiana All Worlr Guaranfeed Warren Indiana Phone I53 FRITZ KRIEGBAUM BROTHERS ELECTRIC Since l886 COMPANY HARDWARE I30 Wes'I Marlcel' S'IreeI' BLUFFTON. INDIANA Phone 800 G. E. Eleciric Appliances Speed Queen Washers Philgas Bo'HIed Gas WARREN INDIANA HAMILTON ELGIN BULOVA WATCHES LAW'S TIME SHOP I09 S. Johnson S+. Bluf'F+on, Indiana BLUEBIRD DIAMONDS QUALITY JEWELRY Habig fr SON TRUCKING Blufffon Indiana PHONE I I3 GOLD SEAL DRUGS SC H BIS The Rexall Siore Ga ru g e. Perfecfionvggilrggpgpd Varnish Warren, Indiana BEST IN DRUGS PHONE 329 Warren Indiana PHONE 20 COMPLIMENTS OF HI QUALITY HATCHERY Warren, Indiana Phone 256 KEYSTONE GARAGE Sales and Service-Used Cars TRACTOR HEADQUARTERS Gas and Elecfric Welding S. W. DICKASON, Propriefor Keys+one,Indiana Dial 8884 CECIL'S GROCERY PouI+ry and Eggs Sealfesl' Ice Cream General Merchandise KEYSTONE, INDIANA Phone 998I HOOSIER GRAIN 81 SUPPLY COMPANY Welding, Ace+yIene, EIec+ric Welding, Cu'Hing, Blacksmiih Keysfone, Indiana Dial 4402 GENERAL REPAIR Coal-Feeds-Seeds EARL SMITH Cus+om Grinding 8: Mixing Proprlelor Keysfone Indiana "DECK" "SPEEDl' MOSER SUPER SERVICE CompIe+e ONE-STOP SERVICE Marion 8: Marlcei' S+. ' BLUFFTON Phone 300 INDIANA nr.. is QC 4 u Ko 495 ..a- Abi-U , , , A5 4 k gig? QM 257, 1 xg WWQQ fkoj N 4 Mf M W 9 M ZW? W W WB + eq X .-,W XA 5 U fff Wf- L93 ,R f Q J 443,49 xx C 001 C, i A X1 ? J' f XX' ' n I I Q? SN? A BX Sq' f7q 0N 70 nb 6 QM Q A 05 Q, I, xx . . Y' V wb "" QD fi THE WAR WHOOP of 1953 Pzzblifloed by SENIOR JOURNALISM STUDENTS CHESTER CENTER HIGH SCHOOL Keystone, Indiana Photography-R. S. 84 M. STUDIO, Bluffton Prinfizzg-TAYLOR YEARBOOK CO. Binding-TAYLOR YEARBOOK CO. DORIS ROGERS CAROLYN GIITBERT Editor' Bz1.fi12e.ff Mmzager I- 2, . Y lg. V, 2 4.1 'L -1 'xl I W X 1. . ,B 3 , r . . . -. I I 14.5-, . , w 'Q x 'I I I 'X ,. if hu Hn. mf ,, ii W r T L Q l c I 'I ' , 1 I , 1 -5 J' .r 'K -J. ,auxgh A X , . 4 'Ki' . ' .A 44:- -- "lf-ly' ' x .Vp ' . " V '34, f A 4 nm 'f -Y' ,A ll, . 1 K," - .iff vjlagk! I ...I:LW'v: ,, 4 . far, - , A I J, ".' M' v r 7 , -' 4 N K . Hy, - A, .1 ' .. v ', M, ,VI H ,zz-V ,- A.. X V I 4132- 'H .11 'I vu. -A 1 ' . . . . 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OWEN WEMHOFF As an expression of our sincere appreciation We would like to dedicate this the seventh volume of the WAR WHOOP To Mr. Wemhoff, who has helped us in every Possible way to make this book a success.


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Chester Center High School - Memento Yearbook (Keystone, IN) online yearbook collection, 1966 Edition, Page 1

1966

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