Union Center High School - Reflector Yearbook (Wells County, IN)
- Class of 1947
Page 1 of 36
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 36 of the 1947 volume:
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UNION CENTER HIGH SCHOOL
Markle 1947 Indiana
R E C O R
T H S E N I O R C S S
Not to repay him for what he has done,
but merely to show, in a small measure,
our appreciation for the faithful years
which he has given us, we, the seniors
of forty seven, are proud to dedicate
Un1on's first annual to our principal,
HANNAH Principal RUTH
RUTENBERG Social Science RUTENBERG
DANA Commercial English
BOYD Home Ec ALICE Phys Educ
Science FLORENCE Music NADINE
SHORY 7 8 Home Ec HAMMOND
B RNECE Grades 2 3 Grade 5 6
Grades l 2 LESH
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Joan Sickafus, Maxine Carl
Don Paxson, herb Best
Marv Burger, Marceille Peolinger
Marilvn Pence, Dick Bumaarner
Norma Fisher, Florian Flum
orma Wisner, Bob Kumfer, nerb Best
Eldon Clark Florian Flum
Larceille Keplinger, arv Burger,
Wilodene Dennis, rildred Cavot,
Marcella Cavot, Erma Boxell
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Rich rd Dumvqrner 1n env class,
I alwavs just the nov to ness
Class Of icer, nec 2,4
Fark Lu purver ULU
A dark H ired lnss 13 M rx u
fnv bns IPQ of the blueqt blue
Chorus 3, 1 of 4
Class Officer, Sec 1
Pnner staff 4
Maxine Carl, 'Mickev'
Maxine Carl, awfully sweet
Has never knowr the wo.
Chorus 3, 5 of 4
Paper staff 4
Class Officer, S c 3
Fldon Clark, 'Sunny
Eldon Clark, so they say,
Hardly says one word a day
Wilodene Dennis, Willie
Wilodene Dennis, a little blonde,
Is of sports most very fond
Chorus 5, Q of 4
Paper Staff 4
Florian J Flum's new curlv hrir
Gets from the girls an a lrira stare
Basketball l 9,3,4
Plays W 4
Class Officer, Pres 4
hennett re no 'Pen
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Choru l 5,4
B sketbsll 1,5 4
Power mtnff 4
Marcsille Keplinger WKepie
A oiano plaver is Marceille
Who nlays the oiano with the
Class Officer, Vice Pres
Paoer Staff 4
Norma Fisher, Pedge
Norma Fisher, small but might
Never gets the least bit flighty
Yell Leader 2,3
Chorus 3, i of 4
Paper Staff 4
Class Officer, Vice Pres 2, Treas
Robert Xumfer, Rob
Robert Kumfer, short of locks
In basketball gets the knocks
Class Officer, Vice Pres 4
Marilyn Pence, Lynn
Marilyn Pence, quite netite,
Eats to lnve, and lives to eat
lass Offiver, Trees, 2, Ures 5
Orchestre 1 2
Yell Leader 2
Faber staff 4
Donald Daxson, 'Don
atudent answer Unxson full of pep
Makes the basketball bovs watch
Softball Manager 4
PP ketbsll Mena er 4
Clnrenre smith, 'Re
Clarence mlth, better knoxn as
Sometines Hoes suite late to bed
Class Officer, Vice Pres 1 Trees
Joan ick fus, NJo
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That you can count on for
Chorus 3 4
Class ffflcer, Pres P
Faber taff 4
Mildred and Marcella Gayot, 'Mill
Mildred and Marcella, the Cavot
Are the HITIS who in sports do win
Chorus 3, 1 of 4
James Anderson, Ray Anderson, Juanita Baker,
Marcella Boxell, Edward Bushee
Bob Ertel,betty Hartleroad,Ne1lHooo1ngarner,
Davld Huffman, Nlna Gr1m
Evelyn McCartney, Guy bhutt,Fr4nn uall, Bill
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M1ldred Earnest, Joan F1ShbOUgh, Ronald Flsher, Phyllis Folk,
Richard Haftneg Ruth Lelmenstoll Joan Mack, Beverly McClenny,
Joan Patty, Bonnle bhoup, Norman btahl, Dixle Thoma, Richard
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Robert Leimenstoll, Maurice McBride, Barbara lulles,
Bernard Osborn, Vernon Parker, Violet Pope
Lois ToDias,Jean Thomaa,Elo1se Yeager, Richard Youkey,
Carl Anderson, Terry Bowman, Shirley Bumgarner, Jed
Burnau, Robert Cayot, Charles Dennis.
Babe Eichorn, George Ertel,larilyn Harnish,Joan Huffman
Joe Huffmas, Marilyn Moore.
Helen Newhard,Eugene Norris, Hal Platt, Rosalyn stahl,
Msrilvn Bozell Thomas Burnau, Don Carl, Richard Cayot
Vary orl Ronnie Grim lorris Hsrnish
Philip Hoopingarner Ronnie Hoopinparner, elha KcBride
Anna Newherd, Rover Norris, Velma Patty, Marlene 'latt
Earl Ross, Paul vhenler, Paul Tobias Pevpv Thema, Billy
Yeager anda France, narvaret Hanes
Shirll nderson, Nanny Bowman, hax Poxell, 'unice Bradburn,
Noel Burger, Sa1'v Burnau, Danny Dafforn
Robert Dafforn, Delos Fisher, Alice Fritz, Donnie Hoooin
garner, Junior Moorefield, Bob Omsnaunh, Wilbur Overholt
Dorothy Smith, Max Stinson, Charles 'mee1er, Philio Wilson.
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Billy Fisher, Earl Gaskill, Patricia Lou Kavlor,
Larry Lesh, Thelma Milby, Carolyn Sue Levhord
Richard Norris, Marilyn Overholt, Velba Overholt
Jerry Lee Quackenbush, Joyce Ross, David Reavis
Allen Kent Shepler, Lynn Smuts, Dorothy Stahl,
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Beverly Baker, Roberta Baney, Marvin Bradburn, Marvel nradburn
Rex Brown, Carolyn Gayot
David Dafforn, Robert Elzey, Virginia Earnest, Gerald Hanauer,
Johnnie Johnson, Linda Lou Lyat.
Melvin Meyer, Wanda Moody, Glen Moorefield, Wanda Omspaugh,
Hernn Osborn, Johnnie Patty.
Wayne Pope, Luana Parker, Jane Sohlegenheuf, Kitty Thom, Wayne
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Janlce Corell, Richard Duncan, Bonnie Lou F1Sh9P Lo1s
Gaskill, bharon Gobhorn, Russell Halnes, Judlth Hoop
Larry Yumfer, Beatrlce Mooreiield, Shlrley Omspaugh,
James Foussey, Betty bm1th, Larry stahl
Gerry Bender, Elva Joan Brandt, Janet Boxell, Kathryn
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46 ACTIVITIES 47
Four dars after the opening of school,Saturday, August 5l,ND Boyd
took twenty six 4I1boys and glrls to the Indianapolis State Fair There they
enjoyed seelnv many 8XhlbltS
The last week ln September of this year brought the return of the
Bluffton free street fair Wlth this came the annual participatlon of all
Wells County schools and thelr bands in the school parade This started our
band on a seasonci'play1ng at baU.games and ended by playlng at tne Bluffton
muslc festival In September,also, the band, under Mr Blough's supervlslon,
traveled to Muncle to see a football game between Ball State and Manchester
On October 24,l945,the seniors,then Juniors, presented their flrst
class play 'Free Advice One year later, October 25, they presented the r
senior play HThere Goes the Bride' The complete list of the cast was Pnyl
11s, a hot headed young bride, Iarllyn Pence, Mrs Curtis, the wonderful
mother, Joan Sickafus, Dr Curtis, who cured aD, Kenneth Herndon, Beacdy tne
lovable C J kld sister, Norma Fisher, Billy, who was always on the run, Dlck
Bumgarner, Anastasla, the Irlsh cook, Haxlne Carl, Officer O'Flynn, who was
doin'his duty b'gory, Don Paxson, Natalle, who loved another girys man, l
dred and Marcella Cayot, Lewis, groom who had his eye on the future, ROD6Pt
Kumfer, Sally, out to get her man, Wilodene Dennis, Tom Eldrldge, who found
his one and only, Florlan Flum, and Dinty, the true friend of Tom, Herb Best
The story revolved around a hot headed young glrl, Phyllis Curtls
The day before the weddlng she found her groom,Lewis,kissing her bridesnald,
Natalle Phyllis blew up and told h6WlS she would propose to tne next man
sne saw, at that tlme Tom Eldrldge walked ln and Phyllis proposed, Tom ac
cepted but Lewls couldn't belleve lt Then she and Lewis planned to elope,
Dr and Mrs Curtis Just trled to make the household run smoothly
Sally was always chasing Billy But Beachy was always doing somethlnv to
bother someone Anastasla and Offlcer O'Flynn had an IP1SH romance to end
On March 48, tne Junlors presented their three act comedy mystery
play called HPleased To Meetchau Tne characters were ilna Grlm, Ed Bushee,
Marcella Boxell, Jlm Anderson, Betty Uartleroad, Guy Shutt, Frank wall, Nell
Hoooinvarner, Bob nrtel, Phyllis Wilson, Juanita Baker, and Bill Welkel
The sextet was organized in September The members are flrst so
pranos, Marllxn Pence, Isabel Borton, second sopranos, Marceille hepllnger,
Joan Fishbaugh, altos, Colleen Denney and Evelyn Guy They sang for the Jun
ior play and several programs given at surrounding churches
Under the direction of Mrs Hinton, a Christmas program was pre
sented to the parents and guests of the students. It included numbers by all
the grades and songs by the boys and glrls' chorus A vocal solo, nwhite
Christmas was given by Dick Thomas nHe Shall Feed His Flocksn was sung a
a duet by Isabel Borton and Evelyn Guy A marimba solo, UThe Holy City,H was
presented by uarceille Yeplinger
Colleen Denney acted as a senate page at lndlanapolis, January 2
Her duty was to dellver any mes ages that came in Rxrthe senators while they
were in session
frank Nall was a winner in the WOWO Journal Gazette Speech Contesg
February 8, he had the speech recorded at wOwO
Scholarshlp plns were given to Marceille Keplinger, class valedlc
torian, and Marllyn Pence, who was salutatorian, at Commencement exelcises
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The year of 1946 1947 brought with it Mr Egly as our new coach,
taking the place of Mr Boyd who coached the preceding three years, Betty
Hartleroad as our cheer leader, following Norma Fisher and Marllyn Pence's
two year leadership, and probably Pete Carey as our wlnner o the foul shoot
The fallsoftball season this year was short, wlth the team playln
a total of six games We won two and lost four Osslan defeated Union twlce,
also Lancaster defeated Union twice, and Unlon defeated Rockcreek twlce
The team consisted of 15 players Florian Flum, catcher, Kenneth
Herndon, pitcher, Pete Carey, first, Guy Shutt, short stop Red Smlth, rlght
field, Max Walton, center field, Herb Best, left fleld, and the subs were
Ronald Fisher, Bill Weikel, Bob Ertel, and Nell Hoopingarner
The basketball season started w1th a sweet, but hard victory over
Ossian, 52 50 The next two games we lost to Chester, 41 18, and Lancaster,
50 22 Our fourth game was a victory over our old friends from Lafayette,
56 55, and another victory over Jackson followed, score 58 25 The fellows
ran into tough luck the following week and were defeated by West Union, 51
Our scores ran close in the next two games which were victories over
Liberty, 40 56, and Huntlngton Twp 59 56 Our boys were stlll playing good
ball, but Rockcreek managed to defeat us, 54 50 Our last game before the
County Tourney was postponed because dfthe ice storm jamming our electricity
The tourney,Jan 10 11, gave us those leaping Panthers from Petrol
eum who defeated us, 55 57
Our next four games were rather gloomy, as our boys were defeated
by Roanoke,45 25, Petroleum, 50 25, Lafayette, 26 21, and Ossian,4U 16 Even
this didn't back down the boys' moral With a few changes in playexs, our
boys met their old victors from Rockcreek and gained the victory this time,
62 40 The Badgers came back to defeat West Unlon the second game, 55 27
Our second tilt with Lancaster ended with a score of 47 15, Lancas
ter's favor The final was with a new rival, Monmouth, and it ended ln a 47
to 26 defeat
This year the team wDl lose threecf their players who are senlors
Bob Kumfer, guard, Florian Flum, forward, and Herb Best, center Bob played
three years on second, one year on first Florian played 5 years on second,
1 year on first Herb played 2 years on second, 2 years on first. Guy Shutt,
a junion is our other guard, with 1 year on second, and is f1n1sh1ng his sa:
ond year on first Pete Carey,our high scoring sophomore forward, has played
1 year on second, one year on flrst, and it looks as if he wlll continue to
play on first
Our subs lnclude Bill Weikel, a junior, who plays in some of the
games as a forward Max Walton, sophomore, has been playlng as a regular in
our last games Ronald Fisher, sophomore, is playing as a regular now Ed
Bushee, junior,is regular on second team, subs on first Don Caley, a sooho
more, is also a regular on second team and sub on first
Union was defeated their first game ofthe Sectional Tourney by the
Rockcreek Dodgers Rockcreek lead all through the game whlch ended with a
final victory of 24 54 for the Dodgers
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Yes, here it is, 1947, and we as seniors have at last attained
our goal But it wasn't mere fate which destined us to be the l947 seniors,
it has required much effort and patience So, in retrospect, we will pic
ture our steady progress up the ladder to our final goal graduation
Remember, back in September, 1935, when mother combed those curls
Cusually bangsl, and shined that new pair of shoes, gave you your 'readin',
'ritin', and 'r1thmetic, and kissing you gently on the cheek, sent you to
school for your first big day?
Being a little shy at first, but soon catching on to the new rou
tine, twenty nine first graders were greeted by our fine teacher, Miss Mar
tin My, wasn't that a bunch! Only seven of the twenty nine beginning stu
dents, however, have remained throughout the entire twelve years They are
Erma Lou Bozell, Richard Bumgarner, Eldon Clark, Florian Flum, MarceD1e Kep
linger, Robert Kumfer, and Marilyn Pence After Christmas, the Gayot twins
Mildred and Marcella, blew in from Rookcreek, making things much more cummi
cated for our class
As we began our second year, a new face appears Why she has two
black pigtails, tied with red ribbons! Yes, it was Mary Lu Burger, from New
Bhven Phonics was stressed by Miss Martin that year to impress upon our
minds the correct pronunciation of words Maxine Carl, a little blue eyed
blonde from Ossian, began her first round at Union soon afterChristmas, too
horseshoe seemed to be our delight, and Miss Thomas Know Mrs Fetterhoff
found it easy to keep her pupils entertained during recess Girls seemed to
be gaining the stronghold by out numbering the boys as two more lassies
arrived from laynedele Norma Fisher and Wilodene Dennis joined us the lat
ter part of the year
Before we realized it, we had been promoted to the fourth grade
a different room and a new teacher, Miss Eulala Martin Know Mrs Mclean!
Autograph books seemed to be popular that year, so we were kept busy think
ing up new verses
Upon entering our room the following year, we hear a definitely
masculine voice, and find that for the first time in our school life we
are confronted with a man for our teacher, namely, Mr Corll Maxine Carl,
seeming a little restless this year, decided to continue her education in
Say, what was that streak of red which iusf flashed past me? Oh,
it's a new boy, is it? Sure enough, a red headed boy appeared on the scene
from Fort Wayne His enrollment card gives his name as Clarence Smith, but
he's just plain 'Red' to most of us This was our sixth big year, with Mr
Corll still our competent guide
Mr Wall decides to try his hand with our class the following year,
so we journey across the hall to the only remaining room downstairs for our
seventh grade This year, Joan Sickafus Joins us from Election Grade School
in Adams County, and, 'Well, look over there, isn't tmn:Ma:1ne Carl againt'
This time she plans to stay at Union and complete her high school work with
her former classmates
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Oh! There goes the bell--run and get the horseshoes out! Playing
And then we love to that mysterious realm--yes, upstairs we go!
This makes our second year in Junior high, with Mr. Fedzrhoff as our teach-
er. Huch time and effort is spent this year preparatory for the great day
when we should enter high school as freshmen.
After leaving the eighth grade we enter high school, a complete
new world with seniors blaming the green freshmen for everything that went
wrong For class officers we elected James Haffner as president, Clarence
Smith, vice president, Gaylord Jackson, treasurer, and Mary Lu Burger, sec
retary Mrs Haffner was our class sponsor
After surviving the freshmen year, we pass on to the sophomore
year feeling quite superior to the little freshmen By the way, a new face
appeared in our class thls year, Herbert Best, from Roanoke The girls, with
two years of home economics,Ielt they could cookv ll enough to invite their
mothers for a luncheon Incidentally, everything turned out as good ascxmld
be expected Our class officers for this year were president, Joan Sicka
fus, vice president, Norma Fisher, secretary, Richard Bumgarner, treasurer,
Marilyn Pence, our sponsor for this year and the following two years was
Entering our junior year, we felt more grown up and climbing closer
to our goal Several important events happened this year, first, our play,
'Free Advice,' was given ln October Second,ourclass rings and pins arrived
in October to give us something to show off Third, Don Parson joined us
the second semester from Wauseon, Ohio Fourth, the junior senior reception
was Mid at the bottom of Davey Jones' Locker, QYMCA aquarium! in Fort Wayne
Our class officers for this year were president, Marilyn Pence, vice presi
dent, Marceille Keplinger, treasurer, Norma Fisher, and secretary, Maxine
Now for the history of our last and most important year First,
Kenny Herndon, from Jefferson Township decided he wanted to finish b1S edu
cation at Union Center Second, we ordered our name cards and lnvitations
Third, we presented the play, 'There Goes the Bride ' Fourth, we had our
pictures taken by the Cron Leone Studios, who promised fascinating results,
and fifth, we were measured for our caps and gowns, which made us realize
that our history at Union Center was drawing near its climax A this is
golng to press, plans are be1ng made for a 1UH1OT senior, two day trip to
Chicago Some of the attractions to be seen will be Navy pier, Lincoln
Park Zoo, Drive through the Northwestern and Lovola Unlverslties, Wrigley
Field, Merchandise Market Cone of the largest bulldlngs 1n the worldl, Hull
House,F1eld Museum, Aquar1um,Imanetarium, soldier Field, Chuge amphltheatre
seating 100,000J, The Loop, and Marshall F1eld's store We will stev at the
Harrison Hotel off Michigan Boulevard on Harr1son street .Emo arrangements
arekming made to see aradhrbroadcast, we are hoplng it will be 'Tre Break
fast Club W Both the juniors and seniors are looking forward to this trip
This year and the following years a formal banquetwillbe held one vear and
8 trip the next year Our Baccalaureate services w1ll be meld on April 27,
and Commencement on May 2
It is with deep regret that we see our high school dave coming to
a close and suddenly we realize that we must leave good old U C H S to
the future classes, me sincerelv hope that they will enjoy it, and acquire
as much knowledge from it as we have
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mlnd and body, havlng come to the place where e find it necessary tw will
some ofour OUtSt8HdlHQ qualltlesand characteristics to ourunder clas mates,
do hereby declare this our lest Vill and Testament, revoking allwills here
tofore made v us
1, Herb Best, will my huge, brawny shoulders to Deen Crum, providing
he uses them to an advantage on the basketball floor
Irma boxell, will my ability to read library books to Gene Larl
this should keep vou busy
Mary Burger, will my pleasing personality to Shirley Platt
l, Dick Bumgarner, will my re ort card to Jim Anderson, providlnp he
can fool the teachers
1, Maxine Carl, willmy ability to turn somersaulusto Betty nartleroad
I Marcella Gayot, wi11nm'long hahrto Beverly McClenny, lfshe promises
not to cut it
l, Mildred Cayot, will my government book to my brother, Manford,pro
viding he takes care of It untll he's a senior
Wilodene Dennis, will my ability to do headstands to Juanita Baker
Norma Fisher, will my lively personality to Walter Mil'er
Florian Blum, willmy unnaturally curly hair to Bob Ertel, providing
he pins it up exery night
Kenny Herndon, will my ability to get my Journalism lesson to Ed
Marseille Keplinger, will my job as office girl to Nina Grim
Bob Kumfer, will my ability to chase girls to Gene Pooe
Don Paxson, will my physique to Neil Hoonlngarner
Marilyn Pence, will my ability to prime to Isabel Horton
Joan Sickafus, will my height to Phyllis Wilson
Clarence Smith, will mv ability to get along with the teachersw Frank
Wall, heaters sometimes help, Frank
We, the senior class, will to the freshmen our ability to get to class
Ve, the senior class, will to the sophomore class our atility to give
good class plays
Ne, the SPH1OT class, w1D.to the Juniarclass ourseats in the assembly
Subscribed, sealed, published, and declared bythe seniarclass testator
above named, as and for our last will in presence of each of us, who, at
our reouest, in our presence, in presence of each other, at the same time
have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses this February ll, 1947, at
the school of Union Center, County of Wells, and State of Indiana
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Spring of 1975! Time of housecleaning, and, an yes, I can delve
into that old attic trunk with 1ts d1aries,letters,and memories of the past!
Levs see, I brush the cobwebs off, unlock the trunk Ceven m husband doesn't
get into thisjand filet, this 1974 diary Surely I can quickly skim through
it before Dick comes Home for dinner
January 2, 1974 'Dear Diary, While reading the newspaper today, I
ran across an advertisement for a Waitress in 'The House of Burger's ' Mary
Burger, a classmate of mine, is sole proprietor I wonder 1f she's a better
cook than she used to be in home ec class?
nAnd of all people to oe writing the lovelorn column in the paper,
Joan Sickafusl In the notes about the editor, Wie said she has 3 glrls She
also has one of the smartest homes in Ft Wayne f'
Herefs an entry I made on Clarence Smith, January 31 nDear Diary
Mable just called me She informed me she just got a permanent yesterday at
'Smlth' Beauty Shop' in Huntington Clarence gives one such expert styling
and cava Last time I paid him a visit I had to make the appointment 2 seeks
ead of time H surely is popular with the women
Heavenly days, here's an entry I made February 1 nwhile llstenlng
to my favorite program, 'The City Sl1ckers,' I got the surprise of my l1fe
They were introducing their new piano player When he said, 'Marceille hep
linger,' I nearly fell off my chair I still can't imagine her playlng Jazz
Why, look at this entry February 18, nl received the most wonder
ful letter from Marilyn today She told me she and Bob did get the new farm
ing their 2 boys mind
'I also received a letter from Richard Bumgarner,vice president
the University of Illinois He wanted us to read an enclosed circular or'The
Education of Your Children I sure would like to see him again He has a
n who is star player on the Illinois team '
February 20 nHad a very unexpected visitor today, a policeman H
was none other than Florian Flum, looking sharp in his uniform and not aged
a day He said he came to inform me that I should watch my reckless drlvlng
because he wasn't showing any partiality He told me he had a blond under
contract, and he seems to thlnk this is the right gal for him
What's this? It's marked confidential March 2 HI listened ln on
a phone call today, when I heard Maxlne Carl's ring I only dld it to see lf
She got her new teaching job She surely deserves it She's been attending
Manchegger College and is now ready to start at U C H S It was Mr Rob
ert Fr tz that called for her, the new principal at Union now They say he
is dolng a good job of taking his dad's place That was a hard position to
fill, too I heard Bob tell Maxine that hls father owned the Lesh farm gust
north of the school house and he seems to oe taklng life pretty easy He re
tired on all the money he saved from teaching n I' S Maxine is now teachlng
Here's the one I've been wondering about Aprll 17 nDear Dlary, I
found a sale bill today for a sale just 5 miles east of here It was another
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horses and seems to have quite a profltable business Pve often wondered
she never got married, so later at the sale, I asked her She sald, 'There
sn't a man good enough for me!'n
Look at thls May 2, nDear Diary, I drove to Ft.Wayne today Whlle
I was shopplng, I noticed a slgn with 'Herndon's Sportswear' wrltten on it
I knew at once tnat was my classmate, Kenny Herndon's store So I spent at
least an hour ln his store talking over old school days He told me he has
been refereelng quite a few high school games Seems to be qulte popular,
Boy, look at this one I'd written about myself! May 29, NDearest
Diary, Imnreally proud of myself today After living on a farm for 20 years,
I've finally learned to milk I really got a thrill out of it I told Dlck
how much I liked it, and he said, 'Well, if you really like It, I'll let you
mllk those last 25 cows by hand while I milk my 25 with the mllkerl' And me,
1 e a dope, said O K Boy! was I a fool ever to make that agreemertl'
June 5,nDear Diary I saw a billboard on the side of the road today
that said 'If your car looks glum, and lS getting old and grey, tr, Best's
Statlon, 2 mile away Herb E Best, Prop' Why, he was center on our basket
ball team, back ln 46 47 He manufactured a new oil and owns a fllllng sta
July 21, nDear Diary I saw an advertlsement about a new book in
'Llfe' today, Life and Sunset, by Erma Lou Boxell I wonder what ever pos
Sept 21, 'Dear Diary Today I heard.Jay Gould announcing over the
radio that a local man became rich by lnventing a new type of tiller to tlll
soil He calls it the Kumfer Hydromatic Sod Tiller, and explained that lt
plows, dlscs, harrows, and plants in one operation He also sald that tle
inventor llves south of Zanesville on a 420 acre farm I knew lnstantly lt
was Bob Kumfer The announcer said that the inventor would U6 a milllonaire
in less than a y ar Oh, for the life of a millionaireln
Sect 25, nDear Diary Turned on the radio today to hear a world
series ballgame and of all thlngs, guess who was manager of the Cardinals
None other than Don Paxeon, our basketball student manager ln h1 h school
Gee! It seems just yesterday since I saw Don looking after the basketballs
taking care of the squad back home U
Oct l5, nDear Diary Just brought my groceries in from the Hunter
Truck that goes through the country Marcella Gayot and her husband bought
the truck from Mr Hunter Now, I know I'll get good food and efficlent
Nov 25, 'Dear Diary I recelved a postcard from Mlldred Gayot to
day She's tae Cayot twin that married the rlch guy from Fort Wayne Sqe's
havlng a party and she said all the other classmates were comlng, too Her
name is even mentioned in the society page occasionally
Dec 14, uDear Diary While reading the paper, I stumbled on to an
advertisement saying,'Whenever a death occurs ln the home or family, Clark's
Undertaker, Service and Funeral Home, will give you tne klndest attention
possible. Eldon G Clark, Mortician H 20241 for immediate service! Qulte
a dead business, I would sayin
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Second Row btill standing Attention, madams Beautiful flowers The penn
Third Row Family of five Rear ride Protecting little brother Monkeys, incorporated.
Fourth Row Busy man-Guess who?-Two is a couple and three is a crowd-which is the dog?
Fxrst Row Sad Case Best Filler uppers there are! Worth looxlng at.
Second Rom what a sucker Paper Staff Ain't love grand.
Third Row The Volce, well bu1lt Hubba, Hubba Nlcely bullt Handsome brute.
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Under the yoke again, as we begin our last year,
Senlors felt very seniorish when ordering their invitations and
Whoops! Labor Day Sorry, no school
Girls' chorus begins warbllng today
ork be ins in earnest on our school paper, nThe Badger Bugle
Did you hear
Go get 'em,
those melodious masculine voices? Keep it up, boys
Bluffton Street Fair The school parade and band
Badgers was the cry of our girls as we had yell
Cron Leone Studios snapped the senior pictures today Uh oh! you
really mean the camera wasn't broken?
Florian knocked Bob unconscious but it was for the play, nThere
Goes the Brlde, glven tonlght by the senior class
Vacation again Hurrah for teachers'institute long may they last!
Didn't you feel great, the way we beat that Ossian team for a
thrilling basketball season start?
Why, oh why, must we have report cards?999999
Another 2-day vacation-this time to stuff with turkey and pumpkinpie.
All you have to do is sing Everyone enjoyed our convocation to
day, because each of us were participants by just singing
Friday, the 15th, anyone superstitious?
Woe is me, the fateful exams have arrived!
Mrs Hinton presented our splendid Christmas program for the stu
dents and patrons Our exams finished, we adjourn for a uMerry
Christmas and a Happy New Year
A brand new year and brand new resolutions
All aboard for the County Tourney!
Senior talent bursts forth today when they presented their convo
Juniors received their long awaited class rings today from Bastian
nWashington's Birthday' was the theme chosen for the juniors' con
W on t forget your ticke , see you at the Sectional Tourney
'On to the Regional!" was the cry heard from students of the scho
Yeh! Rah! Seniors! The juniors were ousted by the seniors in the
final game of the class tournament by a score of 29 28
Florian Flum is groaning today because the rain is making his hair
straighter than a stick H
Sophomores, it's your turn to show your talents
The nReflector goes to press What a weight off our minds!
The juniors were uPleased to Meetchan tonight in their 5 act mys
Thum people make me tho mad with their thilly trickths!
Freshmen arts bud forth today as they entertained the assembly
Youthful models were seen parading our school halls tonight as the
girls gave their Home Economics' Exhibit for their mothers
Annual Wells County Music Festival at Bluffton held tonight
Baccalaureate Rx'the Tlass af'47' Wonder why so many solemn faced
All the junior and senlors are ready to engoy a two day trip to
Chicago maybe even appear on a radio broadcast
Seniors have taken their last exams Tonight is Commencement!
Well, here it is, the last day Seniors are feeling kind of lost
We breads a sigh of relief mingled with a touch of sadness as our
school days come to a close So we, as seniors, say good bye to
our fellow classmen and teachers of Union Center
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Saturday 9 00 to 12 00 Noon
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