Union Center High School - Reflector Yearbook (Wells County, IN)
- Class of 1950
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Text from Pages 1 - 66 of the 1950 volume:
aymond Garrett Dana Boyd James Murray James Turner
latheniatics Agriculture Junior High Coach Band
hysical Education 4-H Leader Sponsor
Oach Driver's Training Selfenth Grade
ponsol. Sophomore Class
Bernece Martin Ruth McClure Guinevere Lesh Eulala McLean
irst Grade Second Grade Third-FourthGrades Fifth-Sixth Grades
Hannah Rutenberg Florence Grayston Jeanne Raber
Commerce Music and Art English
Home Economics Latin
Sponsor Senior Class
Newspaper and Annual
Sponsor Junior Class
The Dabblers Hard at Work!?
"Oh, I understand' "Whoops, another rnistakeln
Are they studying? Drivers Incorporated
Betty Christ, Reporter-Dean Crum, Vice-President
Evelyn Guy, Sec'y-Treas.-Colleen Denney, Pres.
Chorus 1 -2 - 3
Sextet 1 -2-3
Class Plays 3-
J. Clifford Anderson
Paper Staff 4
Annual Staff 4
Chorus 1 -2
Student Manager 4
Paper Staff 4
Annual Staff 4
Band 1-2 -3 -4
Vice-Pres. 1 4
Paper Staff 4
Annual Staff 4
Class Reporter 1-4
Class Plays 3-4
Paper Staff 4
Annual Staff 4
Paper Staff 4
Annual Staff 4
4-H 1 -2
Paper Staff 4
Annual Staff 4
Chorus 1-2 4
Yell Leader 2-3
Yell Leader 2-3
We, the Senior Class of 1950, County of Wells, State of Indiana, being of sound
mind and body, after four stenuous years, find it necessary to leave our outstanding
faults and virtues to other members of the student body. We do hereby make,
publish, and declare this to be our Last Will and Testament.
To the School, we will the good times that we had while we were here.
To the Faculty, we will our appreciation for a fine education.
To the Juniors, we will our ability to produce a good play.
To the Sophomores, we will all the chewing gum which we have deposited
from time to time on the bottom of our desks.
To the Freshmen, we will our seats by the windows in three years so they
can day dream as much as we Seniors did.
I, J. Anderson, do bequeath my big feet to Danny Dafforn.
I, Isabelle Borton, do bequeath my ability to sing solos to Shirley Bumgarner.
I, Dean Brown, do bequeath my motorcycle to Carl Anderson.
I, Leo Bumgarner, do bequeath my ability to know so many girls in so many
different places to Bernard Osborn.
I, Jim Burnau, do bequeath my ability to move slowly to Eugene Norris.
I, Dick Couch, do bequeath my height to John Hanauer.
I, Betty Crist, do bequeath my ability to get into trouble to Rosalyn Stahl.
CAs if she needs it.J
I, Dean Crum, do bequeath my place in the quartet to Terry Bowman.
I Colleen Denney, do bequeath my ability as yell leader to Eunice Bradburn.
I, Evelyn Guy, do bequeath my ability as a yell leader to Nancy Bowman.
I, Fred Gearhart, do bequeath my seat in front of Mrs. Raber's desk to Charles
I, Marjorie Moore, do bequeath my ability to stay short to Helen Herndon.
I, Ellen Osborn, do bequeath my ability to have fights with my boy :friend
to anyone who thinks she can get along with him.
I, Gene Pope, do bequeath my ability to get on the honor roll after three years
of trying to Jed Burnau.
I, Danny Thoma, do bequeath my seat on the basketball bench to Dick Youkey.
I, Lynn Veazey, do bequeath my car to Stanley Helfrich so he can go over to
see his girl friend.
Signed, sealed, published and declared, by the sixteen members mentioned
above, to be our Last Will and Testament, we do hereby set our seal on this fourth
day of January, 1950, at Union Center School, County of Wells, and State of Indiana.
Here it is, a sunny day in 1965. I am making my wa throu h the crowd '
should I bump into but JIM BURNAU, a graduate of 1950. yHe loois like a prosgeriiigobfisiznggsntivalho
He tells me that he is the Vice-President of the Cloverleaf Creamery in Huntington Indiana.
and is here in New York City on business. He and his wife, a graduate of Union ,also live'
happily in Huntington. A voice calls out over the loud speaker telling the next jet-plane that
leaves on a pleasure trip. It sounds like a familiar voice, so I being very curious, decide to
investigate, and who should I see but DANNY THOMA. He says that he likes his job here at the
airport very well. He lives in the Statlor Hotel. He tells me that he is a very happy bachelor.
The jet-plane is getting ready to leave so I bid Jim and Danny good-by and hurry to get on. I get
a seat in the back of the plane and try to make myself comfortable. Well, isn't that BETTY CRIST
in the front of the plane? Yes it is! I wonder why she has that uniform on. She sees me
and hurries back to my seat. She tells me that she is a stewardess on the plane. She isn"t
married yet but Cedric is still waiting on her. Down below we see a city and Betty says that it is
Cleveland, Ohio, and we are going to land.
Having an hour to while away, we decide to see the city. As we walk down the street I see
a sign in front of a store that says "Warfel's Flower Shop." Now it runs in my mind that the boy
ISABELLE BORTON used to go with was named Warfel. I think I had better investigate. As I
enter, sure enough, I see Isabelle, waiting on a customer. She seems very surprised to see me
and insists that I sit down and talk a while. She has a little blond-headed boy who helps her in
the flower shop. She says that her husband spends most of his time in the greenhouses. My time
is getting short so I tell Isabelle that I must hurry back to the airport.
Back on the plane, I learn that our next stop will be Indianapolis, Indiana, where we will go to
the Indianapolis Speedway to see the races. In no time at all we are off the plane boarding a bus,
and heading for the Speedway. We get there just in time to hear the racers' names announced. To
my surprise, LEO BUNIG-ARNER'S is announced. The race begins with Leo in the lead. We all get a
thrill as the race cars zoom around the track. Leo wins and the crowd gives him a big cheer. It
seems that he has broken all speed records. I just hope his good luck keeps up, and he doesn't
break his neck instead of the speed records.
After about fifteen minutes of riding on the plane again, Betty comes to me and points below
to a beautiful set of farm buildings. She tells me that this is the home of J. ANDERSON. He
specializes in raising hogs, and it seems that he has won many trophies in competing with other
hog-raisers. Betty says that he has two sons who help him with his work.
In Rochester, Minnesota, we visit the Mayo Brothers' Clinic, and here I find ELLEN OSBORN
pushing a wheel chair across the lawn. She is working here as a nurse and enoys it very much.
Our plane next lands in Wisconsin near a huge dairy farm. VVe are going to take a bus out
to this dairy. From quite a distance, we can see the massive barn and as we draw nearer, we
can see printed on the front of the barn, LYNN E. VEAZEY. Lynn comes out and shows us
his herd of Holstein cows and takes us all through the barn. After eating a large dish of his
ice cream, we hurry back to board the plane. While glancing over a newspaper I discover that
RICHARD COUCH has won an award for having top wheat production in the United States. He
raised it on his farm in Kansas. According to the newspaper, Dick is a bachelor. I just supposed
until now Dick was a married man. I guess his high school romance must have fallen through.
I had heard rumors that a couple of my old classmates were living in Arizona near Tucson.
After landing in Tucson, I inquired around and I find these rumors to be true. I catch a taxi cab
and hurry to a ranch just outside the city. I am greeted at the door by none other than
EVELYN GUY and COLLEEN DENNEY. I find they are fulfilling their ambition, to be old maids
and raise horses. They have five thousand acres in their ranch and raise palamino horses.
In Hollywood, California we go to Warner Brothers' Studios. Here in the office of a well-known
movie director a receptionist greets us and I recognize her to be MARJORIE MOORE. Her husband
is a famous movie star, a descendant of Gregory Peck. Marjorie directs us to a movie set where
GENE POPE is doing photographic work. When he was younger he took pictures for a hobby and
became such an expert in his field that Hollywood wanted him. He has a home in Beverly Hills.
I told him about seeing all our old classmates and asked if he knew where DEAN CRUM was. He
told me that he had seen him recently in Berkeley, California at the University of California. He
is their basketball coach. Gene says that Dean is a bachelor but seems to think that one of the
old maid teachers at the University is pretty nice.
Next we're off to Hawaii, the land of swaying palm trees and guitar music. In Honolulu I
find DEAN BROWN. He is a captain in the navy and he tells me that he has a girl in every port,
as goes the tradition. He tells me that FRED GEARHART is in Hawaii also.. Fred. once saw a movie
about Hawaii when he was in high school. By the way it had Hawaiian girls in it. That helped in
his decision to come to Hawaii. I find he is the head of the Dole Pineapple Company and he lets
me eat pineapple to my heart's content.
This completes my journey as I have now located all my old classmates. I hate to start back
home because I've had such a swell time. It's surely wonderful seeing and hearing about all my
On September 2, 1938, seventeen little first graders entered Miss Martin's room.
They were Isabelle Borton, Leo Bumgarner, Jim Burnau, Delia Chavez, Dean Crum,
Colleen Denney, Charles Dennis, Daryle Markley, Walter Miller, Shirley Platt, Gene
Pope, Max Rash, Elmer Ridge, Danny Thoma, Lynn Veazey, Howard Wilson, George
Hyser. During the year we lost Delia Chavez, Daryle Markley, and Elmer Ridge. But
we gained Dean Brown, John Earnest, Elizabeth Brickley, Mary Lou Oser, and Donald
Then we started our second grade, still with Miss Martin. During our second
grade Eugene Wilson, William Brickley, Wendall Ormsby and Jackie Pickins were
When we moved on to the third grade we were greeted by a new teacher,
Miss Eulala Martin. Several pupils moved away. They were Donald Wilson
Eugene Wilson, William Brickley, Elizabeth Brickley, and Max Rash.
In our fourth grade year, we were taught by Mrs. Artis Swank of Bluffton.
Wegot several new pupils that year. They were Fred Gearhart, Gloria Kumfer,
Don Runyan, Vesta Haines, and Alma Kumfer. Jackie Pickins moved away.
When we moved to the fifth grade we were taught by Mrs. Eulala McLean.
Beulah Bosler, whose father was principal, joined us that year. Lee La Lone was
also a new pupil.
Marjorie Moore and J. Anderson moved in when we were in the sixth grade.
Our teacher was Mary Lou Boyd.
Mrs. Hammond guided us through our seventh grade year. That year Ellen
Osborn, and Earnest and Louis Baylog joined our class.
We were all anxious to be upstairs and we finallly went up to the eighth grade
where we were taught by Fred Wall. We had lots of fun having history ballgames.
We also had a class party in the gymnasium.
We'l1 never forget the day we started high school. It took a long time to get enough
nerve to enter the assembly. When the bell rang there were 20 stupified freshmen who
plodded into the assembly. We had two new members, Betty Crist and Evelyn Guy.
Fred Gearhart returned after spending one year at Ossian. During that year Walter
Miller left us. He moved to Fort Wayne and attended South Side High School. A
little later Glorie Kumfer left us, and at the end of the year Shirley Platt moved to
Rockcreek. There were many memorable things this year, with the second period
rush from biology to English standing out among them.
After a much needed vacation we returned to occupy the second row of seats in
the assembly. During our sophomore year we gave a convocation program which
included our pantomine of "My Merry Oldsmobile," in which Marjorie and Lynn
played the mean little kids and Danny and Ellen, the domineering parents.
When our Junior year rolled around we were astounded at all the activities
approaching us. Some of the highlights of that year were our skating party,
convocation program, junior play, and our Junior-Senior trip to chicago. For our
convocation program we gave a Christmas play, "Light Competition," in order to
prepare ourselves for our oncoming junior play which was "Gangway For Ghosts"
given on March 17. Though everyone went home and looked under their beds, we
were told it was a success. On February 8 we received our class rings. We took our
Junior-Senior trip to Chicago April 1, 2, and 3. We enjoyed visits to many prominent
places in Chicago, including the Cook County Morgue. Gruesome as it was we all
profited from the visit. After a very busy and eventful year we left our junior
class behind us to go toward our goal, the senior year.
One of the first events of our senior year was our play, "It's A Great Lifelf'
Another important event was our senior -pictures. We were kept busy ordering
such things as caps and gowns, name cards, and invitations. We will always
remember our Junior-Senior reception which was held April 28th at the Hotel
Lafontaine in Huntington.
And so ends our journey through school.
Standing: Eugent Norr1s VICE Pres
Carl Anderson, Secy Treas
Seated: Joe Huffman Pres1dent
Rosalyn Stahl, News Reporter
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Standing: Maurice McBride Pres
Seated: Betty Boxell Secy Treas
Richard Youkey, News Reporter
Carol Boxell, Vice President
Standing: Danny Dafforn Vice Pres
Phillip Wilson, News Reporter
Seated: Eunice Bradburn Treasurer
Don Hoopingarner, President
Nancy Bowman, Secretary
Front Row: Mclba McBride, Marilyn
Boxell, Peggy Thoma, Anna Newhard,
Margaret Haines, Marlene Platt,
lVIiddle Row: Mrs. Grayston, Phillip
Hoopingarner, Ronnie Hoopingarner,
Richard Cayot, Earl Ross, Don Carl,
Back Row: Terry Shepler, Jim
Bunsold, Tom Burnau, Roger Norris
Front Row: Dorothy Stahl, Patty
Kaylor, Mary Burnau, Joyce Ross,
Donna McCartney, Sue Newhard,
Diane Denney, Jean Milby, Janet
Middle Row: Larry Corell, Jerry
Corell, Jerry ,Quackenbush, Harold
Wheeler, David Reavis, Lynn Smuts,
Kent Shepler, Ronald'Clark, Donald
Back Row: Mr. Murray, Marilyn
Overholt, Melba .Overholt, Larry
Burgess, Larry Ifesh, Billy Fisher,
Robert Christman, Richard Norris,
Billy Thurber, Nancy Thurber, Agnes
Front Row: Jane Schlagenhauf, Vir-
ginia Earnest, Beverly Baker, Kitty.
Thoma, Louanna Parker, Wanda
Moody, Joy Semones, Marvel Brad-
Middle Row: Herman Osborn, Bobby
Elzey, Earl Gaskill, Melvin Meyer,
Rex' Brown, Joe Hanauer, Charles
Back Row: Mrs. McLean, Wayne
Pope, David Dafforn, Johnnie John-
son, Marvin Bradburn, Billy Bender,
Front Row: Dixie Dennis, Janet
Boxell, Mary Lou McBride, Mary
Lou Wolf: Lillian Osborn, Janet
Quackenbush, Vaunda Omspaugh,
Kathryn Burnau A
Middle Row: Bobby Sickafus, Ge ry
Bender, Phillip Bunsold, Bobby Sm th
Arthur Farrell, Chester Haines, Eddy
Back Flow: Mrs. McLean, Lewis
Sink, Bobby Caley, Billy Shepler,
Lynn Dafforn, Norman Wall, .Jerry
Schwartz, Jimmy Corell, George
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Front Row: Lois Gaskill, Linda
Brown, Shirley Omsbaugh, Brenda
Allen, Susan Cooper, Betty Smith,
Second Row: Jimmy Roussey, Larry
Stahl, Donald Bunsold, Billy Levy,
Sammy Boyd, Russell Haines
Third Row: Mrs. Lesh, Sharon
Goshorn, Bonnie Fisher, Judy Hoop-
ingarner, Judy Burnau
Front Row: Carolyn Sue Christman,
Shirley Ann Bunsold, Carolyn Kay
Collier, Shirley Merchant, Judy Davis,
Mary Jo Cline, Sharon Elzey,, Londa
Kay Fauz, Marilyn Cayot
Second Row: Kirby Dafforn, Monwcll
Sheley, Richard Reuter, Garry,Carl,
Wayne Settlemeyer, Max Reidenbach,
Bruce Johnson, Jimmy Levy, Billy
Third Row: Mrs. Lesh, Wilma Milby,
Ronald Mulles, Ardith Smith, Teddy
Thoma, Richard Mishler, Richard
Pope, David Stinson, Donald Walker,
Martha Burnau, Shelia Trennephol
Front Row: Linda Burnau, Lila
Boxell, Bonnie Cooper, Katherine
Richardson, Nancy Wilson, Mary Ann
Gerber, Barbara Rush, Connie Sheley,
Second Row: Tommy Fisher, Phillip
Norris, Ralph Platt, Roger Wendel,
Donnie Wolf, Tommy Ross, Larry
Meyer, Floyd Meyer, Myron Brad-
burn, Ted Schlagenhauf, Joe Sickafus,
Third Row: Mrs. McClure, Nancy
Eckelbarger, Judy Gaston, Betty
Roussey, Gwendolyn Parker, Karen
Bender, Patricia Reddin, Mary Lou
Farrell, Suzanne Boyd, Patricia Spaid,
Caralene Fishbaugh, Karen Quacken-
bush. Donna Walker
Front Row: Janet Line, Sonja Smith,
Rebecca Lipkey, Susie Stolte, Litia
Earnest, Lois Fritz, Ruth Fritz, Betty
Kline, Janice Caley
Second Row: Carol Scare, Jerry
Shutt, Jackie Keidel, Phillip Smith,
Bruce Reidenbach, Freddie Crowl,
Myron Trennephol, Lois Settlemeyer
Third Row: Miss Martin, Larry
Gaskill, David Bunsold, Gene Parker,
David McBride, Robert Fairchild
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First Row, Left to Right: Hal Platt, Eugene Norris, Dean Crum, Fred Gearhart,
Danny Thoma, Jed Burnau
Second Row, Left to Right: Coach, Mr. Garrett, Joe Huffman, Jim Burnau, Leo
Bumgarner, Terry Bowman, J. Anderson, student manager
1949-1950 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
Union Chester Union CCounty Tourneyl Chester
Union CWellsJ Lancaster Union Roanoke
Union Lafayette Union Petroleum
Union Jackson Union Ossian
Union West Union Union Lafayette
Union Liberty Union Rockcreek
Union CHuntingtonJ Lancaster Union West Union
Union Rockcreek Union CWellsJ Lancaster
Union Ossian Union Monmouth
Union 37 CSectional Tourneyj Petroleum 39
The varsity squad of Union Center High School basketball team consisted of only
three returning letter-men. The remainder of the team was made up of recruits.
The varsity squad consisted of the folowing players:
Jim Burnau, 5'11", 152 pound senior, center, played 1 year of varsity basketball
and 2 years of second team basketball.
Leo Bumgarner, 5'1l", 165 pound senior, center, participated in 1 year of varsity
basketball and 2 years of second team basketball.
Danny Thoma, 5'10", 143 pound senior, guard, played 3 years on the reserve
squad and 1 year on the Varsity.
Dean Crum, 5'8" 140 pound senior, guard, played 2 years on the first team and
1 year on the reserves.
Fred Gearhart, 5'9", 145 pound senior, guard, played 1 year on the second team
and 2 years on the varsity.
Hal Platt, 5'9", 145 pound forward. Hal, who is a junior, has played 1 year of
second team ball and 2 years on the varsity.
Jed Burnau, 5'9", 145 pound junior forward, played 2 years on the reserves
and 1 year on the first team.
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First Row: Jim Burnau, Leo Bumgarner, Dean Crum, Terry Bowman
Second Row: Danny Thoma, Eugene Norris, Delos Fisher, Fred Gearhart
Third Row: Hal Platt, Maurice McBride, Jed Burnau, Don Hoopingarner, Joe Huffman
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Kneeling, Left to Right: Philip Wilson, Noel Burger, Max Boxell, John Hanauer,
Danny Dafforn, Charles Dennis, J. Anderson, student manager
Standing: Robert Cayot, Robert Leimenstoll, Delos Fisher, Donald Hoopingarner,
Richard Youkey, Maurice McBride, Vernon Parker, Coach, Mr. Garrett
The reserve squad finished with a better record than the varsity squad. They
won 5 games, while losing 12 ot their games. The boys are hoping to improve this
record next year.
J. Anderson, Student Manager Colleen Denney, Evelyn Guy, Yell Leaders
Terry Bowman, 5'10", 145 pound junior guard, has played 1 year on the varsity
and 2 years on the second team.
Joe Huffman, 5'10", 162 pound junior forward, played 1 year on the varsity and
2 years on the second team.
Eugene Norris, 5'8", 143 pound junior guard, played 2 years with the reserves
and 1 year with the varsity.
Maurice McBride, 5'10", 148 pound sophomore forward, played 1 year each on
the varsity and reserves.
Don Hoopingarner, 5'111!2", 150 freshman center, has played 1 year of varsity
Delos Fisher, 5'9", 145 pound freshman guard, has participated in 1 year of
The Junior High basketball team had a below average season during 1949-50
with seven wins and twelve losses. Most of the losses were very close with the loss
resulting from the lack of ability to score consistently. Defensively the team functioned
well with only three teams able to score twenty-seven or more points against them.
The starting lineup usually included Tom Burnau, Ronnie Hoopingarner, Don
Carl, Roger Norris and Phil Hoopingarner or Jim Bunsold. In addition, Ronnie Grim
and Jerry Quackenbush saw considerable action.
The Seventh Graders showed considerable promise by defeating Bluffton's seventh
graders twice by scores of twenty-six to fourteen and twenty-seven to nineteen. In
addition Lancaster's seventh was beaten thirty-four to eight. Most of the action was
seen by Larry Burgess, Jerry Quackenbush, Dave Reavis, Larry Corell, Jerry Corell
and Joe Hanauer.
The 1949-50 Junior High free throw trophy was won by Roger Norris with a
pitching percentage of .533 with Joe Hanauer close behind with .500.
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM
Kneeling, Left to Right: Terry Shepler, Larry Corell, Larry Burgess, Jerry Quacken-
bush, Ronnie Hoopingarner, Philip Hoopingarner, Jerry Corell. h
Standing: Coach, Mr. Murray, Jim Bunsold, Tom Burnau, Don Carl, Roger Norris,
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First Row: Jed Burnau, Don Hoopingarner, Hal Platt, Dick Youkey, Maurice
McBride, Dean Crum, Danny Dafforn, John Hanauer
Second Row: Danny Thoma, Jim Burnau, Leo Bumgarner, Joe Huffman, Delos
Fisher, Fred Gearhart, Eugene Norris, Raymond Garrett
In softball the varsity squad had a good year losing only two games in the
season. This year the varsity squad consisted of the following players: Danny Thoma,
C F, Dean Crum, Catcher, Hal Platt, Pitcher, Leo Bumgarner, C F, Fred Gearhart,
L F, Delos Fisher, Shortstop, Don Hoopingarner, L F, Maurice McBride, R F, John
Hanauer, third base, Dick Youkey, R F, Danny Dafforn, first base, Joe Huffman,
first base, Jed Burnau, third base, Terry Bowman L F, and Jim Burnau, R F.
The team got off to a good start and won all of their games, but just couldnit
seem to get past Petroleum. Petroleum seemed to be the only team able to stop
the Badgers in the regular season schedule.
In the county tournament the four teams that were top in the county had a
drawing for the playoffs, Union drew Petroleum and were defeated by a on-e run
margin in a hard fought ballgame.
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Bodger Bugle in Production "Smile tor the birdie, girls."
Seated, Left to Right: Dean Brown, Betty Crist, Ellen
Osborn, Colleen Denney, Isabelle Borton, Marjorie
Moore, Dean Crum
Standing: Danny Thoma, Jim Burnau, Leo Bumgarner,
Dick Couch, Mrs. Raber, J. Anderson, Gene Pope,
Fred Gearhart, Lynn Veazey
BADGER BUGLE STAFF
Editor-Colleen Denney Feature Editor-Ellen Osborn
Assistant Editor-Evelyn Guy Ass'ts--Danny Thoma and Fred Gearhart
Business Manager-Betty Crist Grade and H. S. Reporter-Lynn Veazey
Circulation Manager-Gene Pope Inquiring Reporter-Leo Bumgarner
Boys Sports-Dean Crum Head Typists-Isabelle Borton
Girls Sports-Isabelle Borton Typists-Marjorie Moore, Dean Brown
Joke Editor-Dick Couch Jim Burnau, J. Anderson
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AN NUAL STAFF
1st. Row: Colleen Denney, Evelyn Guy, Ellen Osborn, Marjorie Moore, Isabelle Borton
2nd Row: Betty Crist, Leo Burngarner, Gene Pope, J. Anderson, Dean Brown, Dick Couch
3rd Row: Dean Crum, Danny Thoma, Fred Gearhart, Lynn Veazey, Jim Burnau
Advisors-Mrs. Rutenberg, Mrs. Haber
Ass't. Business Manager, Marjorie Moore - Ass't Editor Gene Po e
Business Manager, Colleen Denney - Editor, Evelyn Guy
Assistant Editor-Gene Pope
Business Manager--Colleen Denney
Assistant Business Manager-Marjorie Moore
Activities-Isabelle Borton, Dean Crum
Athletics-Fred Gearhart, Jim Burnau
SENIOR BABY SNAPS
Top to Bottom--First Row: Dick Couch, Dean Brown, Colleen Denney
Second Row: Evelyn Guy, Betty Crist, Lynn Veazey, Leo Bumgarner
Third Row: J. Anderson, Marjorie Moore, Ellen Osborn, Dean Crum, Danny Thoma
Fourth Row: Gene Pope, Isabelle Borton, Fred Gearhart
First Row, Left to Right: Max Stinson, Lynn Veazey, Dick Youkey, George Ertel,
J. Anderson, Joe Huffman, Don Hoopingarner, Bob Leimenstoll
Second Row: Ronnie Hoopingarner, Charles Dennis, Roger Norris, Richard Cayot,
Robert Cayot, Hal Platt, Carl Anderson, Fred Gearhart, Eugene Norris,
Third Row: Mr. Boyd, Jerry Bender, Billy Bender, Joe Hanauer, Jerry Quackenbush
Philip Wilson, Larry Lesh, Larry Corell, Jerry Corell, Richard Norris,
Thirty-seven members under the guidance of Dana Boyd started projects.
Thirty-four members which is 9l.9'Zy completed projects.
President ........ Dick Thomas
Vice-President .... Lynn Veazey
Secretary ....... Carl Anderson
Treasurer ........ George Ertel
News Reporter --- Eugene Norris
Trips were won to the International Livestock Exposition at Chicago by
J. Anderson who had the grand champion barrow and Charles Dennis for his
senior class guernsey cow.
Front Row: Violet Pope, Barbara Akom, Eunice Bradburn, Joyce Currence, Betty
Boxell, Carol Boxell, Isabelle Borton, Alice Fritz, Shirla Anderson, Shirley
Bumgarner, Joan Huffman
Second Row: Mrs. Rutenberg, Barbara Mulles, Joy Semones, Mary Lou Wolfe, Sue
Newhard, Rosalyn Stahl, Anna Newhard, Jeanne Thomas, Nancy Bender,
Marilyn Eckelbarger, Virginia Earnest, Thelma Patty, Wanda Moody
Third Row: Dixie Dennis, Marvel Bradburn, Jane Ann Schlagenhauf, Patty Kaylor,
Janet Allen, Jean Milby, Lillian Osborn, Diane Denney, Melba Overholt,
Marilyn Overholt, Janet Boxell, Dorothy Stahl, Agnes Wilson, Susan Cooper
This year, for the first time, our 4-H club was divided into a Junior and
Senior Club. The Senior Club president was Shirley Bumgarner and the Junior
Club president was Anna Newhard.
Two outstanding events of the year were our trip to Fort Wayne, where we
visited Jane Weston and the Wayne Knitting Mills, and our picnic at Salamonie
State Park where we were hostesses to the boy's club.
During the summer Isabelle Borton was sent to represent our club at Purdue
Roundup, and Eunice Bradburn and Jeanne Thomas won trips to the International
Livestock Exposition in Chicago.
We had an advisory committee member from each township home economics
club. The advisers were Mrs. Harold Park, Mrs. Charles Sickafus, and Mrs. May
Our representatives to the District Judging Contest were Betty Boxell, Carol
Boxell, and Eunice Bradburn.
To complete a successful year, we were awarded the third seal for our Charter,
granted for achievement and completion.
TOP PHOTO-Standing: Danny Thorna, Dick Couch, J. Anderson, Gene Pope,
Dean Crum, Mrs. Raber
Sitting: Isabelle Borton, Betty Crist, Colleen Denney, Marjorie Moore, Ellen Osborn
LEFT PHONE-Colleen Denney, Danny Thorna, Isabelle Borton, Mrs. Raber, Evelyn
Guy, Dean Crum
RIGHT PHOTO-Gene Pope, J. Anderson
"Itjs A Great Life," written by William Fisher, was presented by the Senior Class,
and enjoyed by all. The play Was given November 15, 1949 in the school gymnasium.
The cast was as follows:
Mary Wilson .......... Colleen Denney Marie George .... --- Betty Crist
Tommy Wilson ---- ----- G GHG POPE Wiiberi Wiggins ..... --- Dick couch
Ted Stokes ..... ..... D ean Crum M 1 O,R k J A d
Mr. Wilson .... ..... D anny Thorna Flsc GS our fe """ ' n erson
MI-S, Wuson ---- qu Isabelle Borton Miss Alstead Billings .... Ellen Osborn
Gertrude Harris --- ...... Evelyn Guy Theresa Gant ........ Marjorie Moore
First Row: Larry Lesh, Jeanne Thomas, Anna Newhard, Velma Patty, Terry Shepler
Second Row: Ronnie Grim, Wilbur Overholt, Dean Crum, Lynn Veazey, Joe Huffman,
Hal Platt, Robert Cayot
The Band has been active all through the summer. They have played at
concerts all over Wells County.
They had rehearsals through the summer every Thursday night.
After school had started the band went to Indianapolis for the State Fair where
they marched in the parade.
Later the band Went to Purdue to see a football game.
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Front Row: Ellen Osborn, Evelyn Guy,
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Boxell, Eunice Bradburn, Isabelle Borton,
Betty Boxell, Joyce Currence, Alice Fritz,
Barbara Akom, Violet Pope, Marilyn Moore
Hazel Girdham, Mrs. Grayston
Back Row: Esther Van Meter, Betty Crist,
Joan Huffman, Shirley Bumgarner, Shirla
Anderson, Rosalyn Stahl, Babe Eichhorn,
Nancy Bowman, Marjorie Moore, Jeanne
Thomas, Sally Burnau, Nancy Bender,
Barbara Mulles, Marilyn Eckelbarger.
PICTURES AT RIGHT-Left to right
Christmas Program, Mixed Quartet,
Christmas Program, We Seniors hate to
leave it, Christams Program, Sextet, Mixed
Front Row: Mrs. Grayston, Robert Cayot,
Vernon Parker, Delos Fisher, Lynn Veazey,
Hal Platt, Terry Bowman, Joe Huffman,
Don Hoopingarner, Dick Youkey, Dick
Back Row: Robert Dafforn, John Hanauer,
Danny Dafforn, Charles Dennis, Phillip
Wilson, Dean Crum, Wilbur Overholt,
Robert Leimenstoll, Gene Pope
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EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME
Manufacturers, Retailers, Wholesalers of
FLO0R COVERINGS or ALI.. KINDS
CUSTOM BUILT FURNITURE
New Overstufted Furniture Built To Your Specifications
Old Furniture Reserved and Recovered.
A Wide Range Of Lovely Materials
A Complete Selection Of
LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM, AND
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G E R B E R
FURNITURE AND UPHCLSTERY
Edward Gerber Phone 524 Alvin Gerber
One Mile North Of Bluffton, Indiana
Selected Fruits and Vegetables
Grade A Meats
ZANESVILLE, IND. PHONE 47-w
R. C. McGUFFEY AND SON
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MARKLE MOTORS INC
THE DUTCH MILL
On The Bcmks Of The Wobosh
A Good Variety Of Good Food
S T E F F E N E
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121 N- Main Sf- FUNERAL DIRECTOR
BLUFFTON PHONE 44
T 0 N N E R Steffen Hardware
BODY WQRKS 81 Implement Ca.
Sylven Tonner -O-
MILK BODIES SALES 84 SERVICE
COMMERCIAL BODIES We Aim To Please
Phones I2I N. Main ST.
Office 301 Residence 752 PHONE 44
State Road 'I Bluffton
A Day and Night
COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE WRECKER SERVICE
Member of F.D.I.C. O K Used Cars
Phone 53-B Zanesville
Y Q U N G S
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LUMBER - PAINT
Car - Truck - Tractor HARDWARE
Repair and Service
NO JOB TOO LARGE
NONE TOO SMALL
Phone 33-B Zanesville
"See Us For Your
FARMERS 84 MERCHANTS BANK
Friendly Banking Service
Member Ot Federol Deposit Insuronce Corp.
MASTERSON - TYNDALL CO.
CLOTHING ond SHOES tor DAD ond LAD
MOSER IMPLEMENT C0.
Your Neighbor Trodes With Us, Why Don't You?
BLUFFTON, INDIANA PHONE 203
Fountoin Service - Short Orders
Cigors - Cigorettes - Condy
Meet Me At The Corner
SUMMERS MOTOR SALES
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Phone I00 Ossian, Ind.
FUNDERBERG FUNERAL HOME
"Truly A Remembered Service"
AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE - MARKLE 40 or I4
SEE US FOR YOUR FURNITURE NEEDS
FURNITURE - RUGS
LUTHER BAKER LUMBER CO.
Lumber - Lime - Plaster - Glass - Hardware - Sewer Tile
Sash and Doors - Jewel Paint - Red Brand Fence
Johns-Mansville Asbestos Siding and Roofing
MOSER SUPER SERVICE
Complete One-Stop Service
Corner Marion and Market Sts. BLUFFTON, IND-
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GOODIN MOTOR CO. INC.
J. L. Goodin
BOWMAN'5 I DHD Drug Store
G A R A G E DRUGS - COSMETICS
SODAS - TOILETRIES
General Automobile Repairing E4I:'2ZrasE:.T::,:2::
And Wrecker Service WALL PAPER cmd PAINT
Phone 52-A Ossion Ossian, Indiana
PICTURES FOR THIS BOOK
WERE TAKEN BY
I I37 South Borr St.
FORT WAYNE INDIANA
Phone 65 Markle, Ind.
Complete Line Of
WARE BAKER CO.
Cadillac Motor Cars
Trucks 81 Farm Implements
Phone 533 - Bluffton
SINCLAIR H C GASOLINE
Service Car Phone 304
HARTMAN 81 SON
Law's Time Shop
109 S. Johnson Bluffton
I-Iamilton, Elgin and
Overholt Cabinet Co.
R. D. Overholt
Custom Built and Standard Models
Designed - Built - Installed
FREE ESTIMATES - WORK GUARANTEED
Thresher P ts - lnlaid Linoleum
Plyw d - C b' t Mo ld g H dware
Stat R d N 1
North f BI fft PHONE 406
S U R G E
Everything For The Farm
BLUFFTON PHONE 954
John Don Jim
John W. Carnall 81 Sons
Abstracts - Insurances
Real Estate - Loans
Bl-IIOVC1 Watches Phone 82 Bluffton, Ind.
Coffee Hot Dogs
Q City News Stand
Soda Fountain -- Soft Drinks
130 W. Market Bluffton
'll4 E. Market
BULK SEEDS SPICES
Waid Furniture Store
New ond Used
Furniture, Stoves, Rugs
II2 E. Market St.
F S H E R
Compliments ot ICE CREAM
Rose 81 Kelly Cate
Gaskill 81 Jacobs
Zanesvil e Locker
BEEF BY QUARTERS
Platt Barber Shop
TO LOOK WELL
Markle Grain Co.
GRAIN - FEED - SEED
COAL - FERTILIZER
Phone 37 Markle, Ind.
L dry - Dry Cle ng - Towel Se
And Dry Cleaning Co.
Fur Cold Storage and Cleaning
915 S. Johnson St.
Ph 694 W. Theron Christman, P p
FORD CARS, TRUCKS
Urban City Garage
Phone 55 Ossian, Ind.
Class of "5O"
Dr. and Mrs.
K. M. Weinland
Pedigree Sired 81 Pullorum Clean
COMPLETE LINE OF FEEDS
and HATCHERY SUPPLIES
and MACHINE SHOP
W. H. Rodda 81 Son
ATLAS TIRES 81 BATTERIES
Ossian, Ind. Phone 'I78-B
G0 ALL ELECTRIC
Allen - Wells
"Owned By Those We Serve"
STATE PILOT FEEDS
Linn 81 Saurer
Exclusive Home Furnishers
Appliances - Furniture
Bluffton Phone 2105
Swisher Lumber Co
703 W. WQEQSII
0. K. CLEANERS
The DeLuxe Cafe
OPE N SU N DAYS
208 S. Main Phone 1354
Thoma 81 Son
Rugs - Furniture
Geels Jewelry Store
"Known For Fine Diomonds"
'I05 S. Main St.
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103 S. Main St.
Grove 81 Baxter
Chrysler - Plymouth
Glen O. Marsh
BIu'Hl'on, Ind. Phone 6'I
Schotts Meat Ma rkef
HOME KILLED MEATS
213W W. Market St.
Homed Owned C. D. Butler
Million Used And New
Automobile Ports 81 Equipment
P. O. Box 66 Phone I2
Public Service Station
CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH
SALES - SERVICE
Distributors of City Service
Hunter 81 Son
Ossian, lnd. Phone 153
John F. Kreigh 81 Co.
I. G. A. GROCERY
Warner Kreigh and
Homer D. Hoover
Watches - Diamonds - Silverware
Fine Watch Repairing
Always The Peak of Performance
BEST BY TEST
252A - 4I9A - 62OC
Carl K. Kohr
Feed 81 Supply
YOUR HOTPOINT STORE
Lighting - Plumbing - Heating
Line s Shell Service
Paint - Spouting - Plumbing
Heating - Wiring
Markle, Ind. Phone 25
IDEAL "Kiddie" SHDP
Lovely Wearables For Small Adorables
TO'TS - TEENS - PIGTAIL CROWD
'II5 E. Market Phone 'I099
Sporting Goods Store
For All Sports
Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Locally Owned and Operated
Star Hatchery Co.
Star Quality Chicks
Your PeopIe's Store
Midland Service Station
Your Friendly Mobllgas Dealer
See Us For The Right Prices On
MOBIL 8a GENERAL
TIRES AND TUBES
BOB 81 DICK
we ALSO SELL MOTOROLA CAR RADIOS Ul"lIOl'lCIOle
and WILLARD BATTERIES
O. STEINER PHONE 49
Corner Main and South Bluffton
Uniondale Lumber Co. I
Dealers In "I I ' 5
LUMBER S BUILDERS SUPPLIES MAIIISLL. IND.
Phone 'l8B We Deliver
R O S E H I L L Eddie Barrick
DAIRY IN C 0 SHOE SERVICE
Grade uAu Products Ossian Indiana
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HOOSIER BRAND UNIONDALE
BLUFFTON, INDIANA I I-OCKER SERVICE
PHONE 564 I We Buy
-' 'I POULTRY, EGGS
Midland oil C04 ! Lockers Available
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We, the Class of l95O
wish to thank the Advertisers who have made
it possible for us to publish this book.
-I-he Binding ond Covers The Engravings For This Book
For This Book Were Mode By
Were Furnished By Fort wayne
The Heckman Bindery Engraving Co.
North Manchester Indiana Fort Wayne Indiana
This Book Wos Printed By
The Bluffton Printery
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UNION CENTER HIC-l-l SCHOOL
MOTTO: "Not for ourselves, but for all"
COLORS: Blue ond White
FLOWER: Yellow Rose
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