Class of 1957          
Logansport, IN

Most recent update: 9-28-2015
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 Email Addresses
updated 8-15-15

Memorial Information
updated 9-28-2015
 

Family Deaths
updated 6-18-2015
 

Past Sports
 

Fifties Music Thoughts
updated 8-22-07 

Recap of 50th Reunion
updated 4-23-08

 50th Reunion Photo
updated 4-23-08

Pictures from the Past
updated 9-16-08

 


Welcome to the page for that special class from Logansport, Indiana.
57 was a GREAT year.... remember?  Even the cars that year
were spectacular.  How about the '57 Chevy or the '57 Ford?
They are classics to this day, just like the classmates of that year.
This page is being provided by a group of classmates who wanted a web presence for the LHS Class of '57 .



Here is the link to the LHS CLASS OF '57 private Facebook Group.
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=282796701658
This site is only accessible if you belong to Facebook.


50th GOLDEN REUNION

Read a recap of the 50th Reunion held in 2007.


Here is a link to the 45th reunion pictures,
thanks to Barb Novak Males and her husband Dick
who took
lots of photos to share with all.
Be sure to check them out soon.
 
If you change your location or e-mail address, etc., please notify Tom Castaldi
tlcastaldi (at) yahoo.com, Bob Hardin (web updater) hardinfamily (at) embarqmail.com,
or me, Barb Davis Dingeldein,
barbjer (at) yahoo.com so your e-mail can be listed on the web-page
Thanks, Barb



CLASS OF '57 MONTHLY REUNIONS

Every 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 P.M. at Silver Lake Restaurant (formerly Whitmyers - just east of B&K).
All classmates (& spouses or guest) are invited.

For those who don't live close, if you come to the area to visit; we would love to see you again.
Maybe you could plan to come to Logansport the 3rd week of the month so you could attend sometime.  This is very informal!

Call Barb at 574-753-8714 or email me for current location - or to get together whenever you are here - regardless of the date.

We hope to see you there,  Barb Davis Dingeldein
(8-5-2011)



This is the St Joseph's Class of 1953 as they got together
n May 24. 2003 for their "Family Photo"
Picture provided by Pat Wolf Loner and date corrected by Rose Caldwell Cabrell's husband Ron.

Pat remarked, "Unfortunately Buzzy Iles had just passed away a few weeks
prior to our reunion. But everyone else except PHIL Berndt made it. Sure was fun."




Left to right are Larry Long (deceased 4-16-05), Dave Loner (deceased 8-26-07) and Joe Kasch who joined teammates at an American Legion Baseball Team reunion held in Logansport during the summer of 2003. The team played together beginning in 1954.  Coach Bob Hunter organized the reunion attracting several members of the team sponsored by Legion Post 61. (Picture provided by Tom Castaldi 7-5-04)



Sports were a big part of high school life. We all enjoyed
going to the games and cheering the Berries to victory.
We are including a
Sports Page with clippings
from various sources about some of the games.
If you have something you'd like added, contact Tom Castaldi.


 
Here is a picture of the late Madeline Ricciardi Vose (died March 15, 2009) from a web site in 2002
She had been an AKC Agility Judge and breeder; her own web site no longer exists.
(9-5-08)

 


Rex Shuey, Jr, has his most recent novel available for us.
Revenge Of The Hero
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
  After nearly a quarter of a century in the U.S. Army, author Rex W. Shuey, Jr., retired as a Sergeant Major and is now living in Italy with his Italian-born wife, Maria. Shuey was born in Torrington, Wyoming and raised and educated in Indiana, graduating from Logansport High School in 1957. He entered the U.S. Army in 1962 as a Military Policeman, and served in South Korea, Germany, and Italy, in addition to the United States. He graduated from the Sergeants Major Academy in 1980, and obtained an Associate in General Studies from Central Texas College.

     
You can find more information about Rex's book on the Internet.  There is also a great photo of Rex, his novel, information about the story and excerpts from the novel that you'll find may just entice you to order the book.  http://www.trafford.com/robots/02-1227.html


Donna Kleckner Weida, our own class artist,
has a couple of websites you might want to visit:

http://www.watercolor-online.com/DonnaLWeida/
or
www.donnaweida.com  (7-27-04)


PICTURES TO JOG YOUR MEMORY

Try this picture of the 7th grade at Riley Jr. High.

Here is a 1952 picture of Eleanor Willy Winegardner and her family .

Remember these Saint Bridget's students of '52/'53 (LHS '56/'57)?

And what family could boast 13 children, one for each class?
Judge Wild and his Clan Formal Photo

Carolyn Bailey sent in this photo of Daniel Webster girls in 6th grade.


And we don't want to forget our classmates who have
gone on to that Greater Reunion,
so the Memorial Page is provided.

new-nobl.gif** Jeanetta Ruth Sievers Warner died August 31, 2015 **
new-nobl.gif** Jerry Lee Keener died August 13, 2015 **
new-nobl.gif** Pat Conner Denning died May of 2015, looking for obit **
new-nobl.gif** Paul Hall died March 4, 2015, waiting for obit **

       See the Memorial Page for pictures and other available information of classmates who have died.


If you have any information that can fill in the blank spaces on the
Memorial Page, please let us know.


==  C O N D O L E N C E S  ==

     Condolence information regarding classmate's families
can be found on a new page.
We will keep adding to the top of the page
so that when someone first finds the page they can catch up.


If you have something special you think we should add,
please send an e-mail and we'll see what we can do to help.
You may e-mail Tom Castaldi or Barb Davis Dingeldein with your requests.

Felix
Felix suggests these other LHS class pages you might want to visit...

Class of '55 (Memorial List only)
Class of '56 (Memorial List only)
Class of '58

Class of '59
Class of '60
Class of '61
Class of '62

Once a Berry, always a Berry!!

 

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