Union Center High School - Reflector Yearbook (Wells County, IN)

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CONTENTS Faculty ---- Pages 4- 7 Classes - - Pages 8-23 Sports - - Pages 24-31 Activities - Pages 32-41 3 : fl 'X if x 'Q' -43 N53 -vsszf' lr bf Superintendent LLOYD C. LIEURANCE Lloyd Lieurance, county super- intendent, is back for the second year after serving in the armed forces and is doing a fine job. Prancspol Trustee HERMAN E. FRANTZ LAWRENCE PLATT We Wish to thank our principal, ' We Wish to thank Mr. .Platt for Mr. Frantz, for the fine start in life, h1S C0-Operatlon durmg Our h1gh SChQ01 he has helped us obtain. His enthusi- YBHTS t0Wa1'd makmg our School life asm in our classes has made high school more emoyable' more interesting. Roymond Gorrett Mathematics Sponsor Sophomore Class V Florence Groyston Music Art Eulolo McLeon Grades 5 8: 6 FAC U LTY 1' Dono Boyd 4-H Leader Agriculture Driver's Training Sponsor Junior Class Chemistry D Honnoh Rutenberg 4-H Leader Commerce Home Economics Sponsor Seventh Grade D cf Clyde Corter English History Junior High Coach Sponsor Eighth Grade Health Jeonne Rober English Latin Health Physical Ed Librarian Sponsor Senior Class E7 Guinevere Lesh Grades 3 8: 4 Ruth McClure Grades 2 8a 3 i z 1 i i Morsholl Schoefl Geography English Coach Physical Ed Sponsor Freshman Class ,1 E Jomes Turner Band rf Bernece Mortin Grade 1 Familiar Faces Around The School ,......mu '!S"",QQG"fmw .mm ' ,.. . N, .W iq- , , Yea! Rah! Working?? Heave! Ho! K. P. Duty Danger, Chemistry Class! What Flavor? Oh! Why? The Thing! Peek-A-Boo! Joan Huffman Paper Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Sextet 3, 4 4-H 2, 3, 4 Plays 3, 4 Terry Bowman Paper Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Softball 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3 Quartet 4 Plays 3, 4 Esther Van Meter Lahr Paper Staff 4 Chorus 3, 4 Play 3 Band 3, 4 Wayne Willett Paper Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Play 4 SENIORS l95l Joe Huffman Paper Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 4 Softball 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Quartet 2, 3, 4 4-H 1, 3, 4 Plays 3, 4 President l, 3 Vice President 4 Marilyn Moore Paper Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 4-H 1 Play 3 Hal Platt Paper Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 , 2, Softball 1, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3, 4 Quartet 2, 3, 4 4-H 1, 2 Plays 3, 4 Helen Herndon Paper Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Sextet 4 4-H 1 Secretary 4 Plays 3, 4 Basketball 1 3 4 4 Eugene Norris Paper Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Chorus 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4 President 2 Vice President 3 Sec'y-Treas. 1 Play 3 Babe Eichhorn Paper Staff 4 Annual-4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Sextet 2, 3, 4 Plays 3, 4 Robert Gayot Paper Staff 4 Annual 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3 Softball 4 Track 3 4-H 3, 4 Play 3 Rosalyn Stahl Paper Staff 4 Annual 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Sextet 4 4-H 2 Plays 3, 4 ,. , 5. EY M SENIORS 1951 Hazel Girdham Paper Staff 4 Chorus 3, 4 Play 3 Charles Dennis Paper Staff 4 Annual 4 Chorus 2, 3 Basketball 2, 3 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4 Play 3 Shirley Bumgarner Paper Staff 4 Annual 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Sextet 2, 3, 4 4-H 2 President 4 Vice President 2 Secretary 1 Carl Anderson Paper Staff 4 Annual 4 Chorus 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4 Secretary 2, 3 Treasurer 2, 3, 4 Plays 3, 4 Kitchen 2, 3, 4 Student Mgr. 4 70: I 4, ni! J 4 . X -Ilffh' I '1 Ag 12"-ng vp M, 'A:vlh'w . Q :min 159 fwfi V bf, 0 ',u inf 0 1?1: -H4!5I, 1 L! fi' 4-fn., .wi v Auglgnx it Y. 42.75, X-nf ' X "', In. 1 ' 'ZA "1 , ' , 'lfflva ,Y ,Q-A ,vw - i V. ,L f " ,V .1r'-- , QM E' 3' .'- ' f T wr . ?'Q1hFe.'- ', ,zJfg 5 C:. ,' HMT '1'4,'. , ,,,, ' f' 'Qav w rvwfkfbiffvl ,Vw - -r 1 ' .ill 15"-,.' '- c' ' Q U 53. 'M ,, ,Vis ' '!,, 1"F5:jT -ef?'ff,f U' '-J ,nf f' ' ig: ' f: -J -K, ., ,LM Z., r , I: v - H 1 111 ., mm .J ,WA I .. ' . 4, ' . 1' . ,I - QQ'- ' 1 r , ,, Y A X , t... ,L 1 "Q Qi ' 'tiff U-my 4 'fl"'-Rf '6iQ54?"' ' ' ,, .u- ,'v' nu r V--' ' ,, uhm nm: WW ,Wy 5.1 ' sf' f -ff5w?ff,1'w-.mw.:'f" .1"".-Lx -NL-. K. W. ,gg I ' 4. 1' N10 3 -- All I Wf',m,.. 3. ' .' vb! '55-75?l.1W .,, A! -.1 .' K, I. V :fwfr 7,1-ff,-1 ,Abu 'A V w -fd 4 ','. . r SENIOR OFFICERS Back Row: Helen Herndon, Secretary Carl Anderson, Treasurer Front Row: Joe Huffman, Vice-Pres. Rosalyn Stahl, News Reporter Shirley Bumgarner, Pres. CLASS HISTORY Under Miss Martin, we started our first year, thirteen strong. The beginning students were: Jed Burnau, Terry Bowman, Hal Platt, Robert Cayot, Helen Newhard, Marilyn Harnish, Shirley Bumgarner, Dolores Willson, Alma Kumfer, Babe Eichhorn, Jim Weikel, Lee Hoopingarner, and Paul Elliot. During the year Joan and Joe Huffman joined us from Putt school and George Ertel from Rockcreek. With Miss Martin still as our teacher, we started the second grade. There were no newcomers, but Lee Hoopingarner left us at the end of the year to go to Rockcreek. As we journeyed to the third grade, we found we had a new teacher, Mrs. Swank, and when we entered the fourth grade we found Mrs. Eberhart was to be our teacher. There were no newcomers during the third and fourth grades, but Alma Kumfer left us in the third grade. During the fifth year, with Miss Boyd as our teacher, Carl Anderson and Marilyn Moore entered our class from Hillcrest, and Bill Gephart from Ossian. Mrs. Hammond was our teacher for the sixth grade, with no newcomers that year. In the seventh grade we had that wonderful sensation of being moved upstairs, with Mr. Wall as our teacher. This year we received a new student, Eugene Norris from Huntertown. We also lost a student, Dolores Willson, who moved to Huntertown. In the eighth grade, Mr. AWall was still our teacher, with two newcomers, Rosalyn Stahl from Markle and Shirley Perry from Fort Wayne. Shirley left us at the end of that year. The nineth grade rolled around and we had the wonderful feeling of being in high school. This year's new students were Wilma Quinn and Barbara Ferguson. At the end of the year Jim Weikel, Marilyn Harnish, and Wilma Quinn left Union Center. ' The Sophomore year wasn't as thrilling, but we turned out to be the first Sophomore class to sponsor a skating party. Barbara Ferguson left us at the end of the year. When our Junior year rolled around the time seemed to go faster and faster. Some of the highlights of the year were: Our play, "Desperate Ambrose", receiving our class rings, the Junior-Senior Reception, a Skru-Ball game, sponsored by us, and most of all the realization that the coming year would mean that we would at last be "Seniors," We received two new students, Esther Van Meter from Warren and Hazel Girdham from Ohio. Then the great day came, when we entered Union Center as "Seniors". We started out the year by trying to think of ways to make money to go on our trip. We started right away on our play, which was, "His Nam-e Was Aunt Nellie," given on October 24, 1950. In the meantime there were other things to do such as getting our pictures taken, selling Christmas Cards, getting ads for our annual, ordering our caps and gowns, invitations and name cards, and getting out our school paper every month. A lot of the activities we had were for acquiring money for our Senior trip, which promised to be a trip that we will always remember. We also received into our number a newcomer, Wayne Willett from Arkansas. And then the memorable day of graduation, and after twelve years, we leave Union Center. Q,4uto mphs CLASS WILL We, the Senior Class of 1951, County of Wells, State of Indiana, being of sound mind and body, after four strenuous 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. I, Carl Anderson, will a good portion of my weight to Bob Dafforn. I, Terry Bowman, will my ability to be mischievous to Dick Youkey. I, Shirley Bumgarner, will my nickname "Squirrely" to Eunice Bradburn, and I hope it brings her a lot of good luck. I, Bob Cayot, will my ability to fight to Don Taylor. O bl, Chuck Dennis, will my ability to skate backwards and forwards to Bernard s orn. I, Babe Eichhorn, will Dick Couch to Peggy Thoma. I, Hazel Girdham, will my little feet to Violet Pope. I, Helen Herndon, will my ability to have a special school bus every Friday night to Shirla Anderson. I, Joan Huffman, will my place in the sextet to Nancy Bowman, and I hope she enjoys it as much as I have. I, Joe Huffman, will my musical ability to Rex Brown. I, Esther Lahr, will my ability to stick to one man to Marilyn Eckelbarger. I, Marilyn Moore, will my ability to set by Wayne Willet in bookkeeping class to Alice Fritz. I, Eugene Norris, will my red hair to John Hanauer. I, Hal Platt, will my ability to get a haircut each week to Don Carl. I, Rosalyn Stahl, will my ability to eat all the time and still stay thin to Barbara Mulles. I, Wayne Willett, will my ability to play the guitar to Charles Wheeler. To the School we leave our appreciation of our education and the good times we have had throughout the years. To the Faculty we give our appreciation of their wonderful patience. To the Juniors we will our ability to produce a good school paper. To the Sophomores we will our ability to work hard at all our goals. To the Freshmen we will our good behavior throughout our high school years. 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 ifirlst day of February, 1951, at Union Center School, County of Wells, and State of Indiana. SENIOR CLASS Witnesses: - - -, Principal ..- -, Sponsor CLASS PROPHECY After taking off from Mars in our 1966 Flying Saucer, our destination unknown, we end up on a planet named Krypton. After looking around for a while we run into an old classmate, Carl Anderson. We discover he is raising Super birds. As we all know, this is the planet Super Man came from. At the moment he is giving his birds a bath in Super Suds. We are zooming through space when suddenly we hear a loud noise. Zoom, zoom! What was that? We look around and see an interplanetary race. All hot rod saucers are speedy but one is way ahead. As it reaches the finish and the driver climbs out we recognize hini as our old classmate, Terry Bowman. He says that speed was very slow. As of yet Terry has been too fast to catch a wife. We finally landed on that old planet, earth. After looking around for a while guess whom we found. Being a down to earth girl, Shirley Bumgarner, naturally. She tells us she is married and is living on a farm and raising uranium. Synthetic, of course. After searching for a while we stumbled on to a golf course and who do you suppose we found there? Why Robert Cayot, of course. He tells us the golf balls are now jet propelled. Bob tells us Charles Dennis is still at the General Electric and so we'll drop in on him. We finally locate him just to find that he is now general manager of the company. He said they were making parts for interplanetary ships. After searching the earth we finally found Babe Eichhorn and she tells us her name is now Wilson and that they are raising pure bred dairy cattle. Babe tells us that Haael .Cjirdham anclrg-ine finally got married and they are both teaching school. We took off again and decided we were hungry so we stopped at a drive-in on Pluto and who should wait on us but another classmate, Helen Herndon. She tells us that she owns the place. After taking a tour of Pluto we fly back to earth and land on Broadway in New York. There we see a sign on a theater that says, "Crum, Inc." That name sounds familiar so we drop in. Sure enough, it is Joan Huffman and Dean. They have a show all their own. While we are in New York we drop into the United Nations Building and find that Joe Huffman is president of the U. N. Security Council. We are told that Marilyn Moore is now a millionairess. She has been dealing in the stock market. Joe told us that Eugene Norris is surveying for an engineering project on the earth's moon. Our next stop is Fort Wayne, Indiana, where we find the heart of basketball enthusiasm. We find that the earth has thrown together its basketball team and is playing other planets. We also find to our surprise that Hal Platt is the manager of the earth's powerful team. l After a brief chat with Hal we decide to have a bite to eat in the Hall's-Drive-In. When we get to the new and very modern Broadway Bridge we see a large neon sign which reads, "Stahl's Drive Inn, Dine and Dance." This sign has us wondering about our classmate, Rosalyn Stahl. As we step into the main lobby we see Rosalyn coming to greet us. She asks us to look around and see what a modern drive-inn is like. It is a very beautiful place with a large lawn and terrace behind for summer purposes. It really is more of a place of relaxation that a drive inn diner. We ask Rosalyn how she came about the good fortune and we find that she too had invested stocks in some large company and they paid off. After a pleasant afternoon we decided to fly to Florida and we find Mrs. Esther Laghr and her husband own a tourist court and are doing very well. We are glad that she is happy and content and that we may stay. over some time for the summer. We have one more stop to make and that is in--sxugny California in the heart of the motion picture industry. There we find Wayne Willett, popular singer, dancer, and screen star. He says he has converted from hillbilly music to popular hit songs and this is the result. This is a very pleasant surprise but we would still' like to know what he did with his guitar. "I still have it as a remembrance of my old days at Union Center." We have just made a complete preview of what the future could hold for us and what you could possibly look forward to in maybe half a century. Don't laugh too hard at this for you don't know how much truth it holds. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS! Maurice McBride, Vice-President, Jeanne Thomas, Secretary, Don Taylor, Presldentg John Hanauer, Treasurer, Barbara Akom, News Reporter FIRST ROW: Left to Right: Jeanne Thomas, Maurice McBride, Marilyn Eckelbarger, Robert Leimenstoll SECOND ROW: Joyce Currence, Bernard Osborn, Carol Boxell, Robert Jackson, Betty Boxell, Dick Youkey I THIRD ROW: Nancy Bender, John Hanauer, Violet Pope, John Earnest, Barbara Akom, Don Taylor, Barbara Mulles JUNIORS "51" SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Don Hoopingarner, President, Philip Wilson, Reporter, Dan Dafforn, Treasurer, Nancy Bowman, News Reporter and Noel Burger, Secretary FIRST ROW: Left to Right: Don Hoopingarner, Eunice Bradburn, Dan Dafforn, Nancy Bowman SECOND ROW: Wilbur Overholt, Philip Wilson, Sally Burnau, Bob Dafforn, Shirla Anderson, Max Stinson THIRD ROW: Max Boxell, Dorothy Smith, Delos Fisher, Alice Fritz, Noel Burger, Charles Wheeler SOPHOMORES "5l" Freshmen OFFICERS President Marlene Platt Vice-President Melloa McBride Sec'y-Treas. Philip Hoopingarner Reporter Peggy Thoma Left to Right Jim Bunsold Marilyn Boxell Tom Burnau Peggy Thoma Marilyn Carpenter Don Carl Marlene Platt Morris Willett Ronnie Grim Margaret Haines Ronnie Hoopingarner Anna Nevvhard S R Meibaf MQBI-ide Philip Hoopingarner Velma Patty Earl Ross Roger Norris Richard Cayot Terry Shepler EIGHTH GRADE First Row: Left to Right Janet Allen, Jerry Corell, Larry Corell, Agnes Wilson, Billy Fisher Second Row: Mary Burnau, Billy Thurber, Nancy Thurber, Melba Overholt, Marilyn Overholt Third Row: Jerry Quackenbush, Dorothy Stahl, Donald Clark, Ronald Clark, Donna McCartney Fourth Row: Harold Wheeler, Patty Kaylor, Larry Lesh, Diane Denney, David Reavis ' Fifth Row: Joyce Ross, Larry Burgess, Sue Newhard, Richard Norris, Bob Christman, Lynn Smuts SEVENTH GRADE First Row: Left to Right Carolyn Cayot, Bobby Elzey, Ann Jackson, Earl Gaskill, Marvin Bradburn Second Row: Marvel Bradburn, Joe Hanauer, Louanna Parker, Billy Bender, Beverly Baker Third Row: Melvin Meyers, Kitty Thoma, Tom Jackson, Virginia Earnest, David Dafforn Fourth Row: Wayne Pope, Johnnie Johnson, Herman Osborn, John Patty, Rex Brown l ,x y .sk i , . , W-.. , ,. ,,..... ,,.,iE ,, V '-if, , " ' 1 ,g F712 - - D 2 if v ., . i, '1eI:,, . 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Seventh Row: Russell Haines, Janice Corell, Jim- mie Roussey, Barbara Jackson, Larry Stahl. Eighth Row: Bernelle Willett, Betty Smith, Maxine Osborn, Judy- Hoopingarn- er, Sharon Goshorn. , '- Ninth Row Lois Gaskill, Charlotte Fusselman, Bonnie Fisher, Susan Cooper. GRADE FOUR First Row: Left to Right Richard Pope, Shirley Merchant, Wayne Settlemeyer, Judy Davis, Richard Mishler. Second Row: Teddy Thorna, Richard Router, Jimmy Levy, Ronnie Mulles, Ardith Smith. Third Row: Carolyn Christman, David Denman, Marilyn Cayot, Bruce Johnson, Mary Jo Cline. Fourth Row: Billy Connett, Martha Burnau, Max Reidenback, Shirley Bunsold, Garry Carl. Fifth Row: David Stinson, Landa Kay Fausz, Kirby Dafforn, Wilma Milby, Jerry Lenmore GRADE THREE First Row: Letf to Right Nancy Eckelbarger, Philip Norris, Judy Caston, Jerry Haney, Linda Burnau. Second Row: oBarbara Lindman, Rose Osborn, Caro- lene Fishbaugh, Catherine Fate, Lila Boxell. Third Row: Mary Ann Gerber, Lane Netherland, Susanne Boyd, Tommy Ross, Patricia Spaid. Fourth Row: Katherine Richardson, Betty Roussey, Larry Meyer, Dolly Fusselman, Bonnie Cooper, Floyd Meyer. Fifth Row: Nancy Wilson, Sue Parker, Donnie Wolf, Myron Bradburn, Karen Quackenbush, Roger Wendell. V 35, gi.. iit IS 5 ' .... X22 QE' ,- ..""-- 3 323: 5 5 Q A-:N fa f X GRADE ONE First Row: Left to Right Joyce Eckelbarger, Vernon Brad- burn, Carolyn Mishler, Donald Grim, Betty Fusselman, Second Row: Michael Slater, Carolyn DeWalt, John Christman, Marjorie Leim- enstoll, William Gardenour. Third Row: Carmen Gonzales, David Fate, Janet Bunsold, Robert Bender, Tes- sa Couch. Fourth Row: David Bunsold, Linda Jo Over- holt, James Vandewalker, Amanda Burnau, Kendric Chaney. Fifth Row: Darleen Branstrator, Richard Fair- child, Danny Archbold, Keith Rinehart, Barbara Connett, Johnny Gonzales. GRADE TWO First Row: Left to Right Jack Keidel, Sonja Smith, Freddie Crowl, Lois Settlemeyer, David McBride. Second Row: Leitia Earnest, Gene Parker, Ruth Fritz, Jerry Fusselman, Carole Scare. Third Row: Richard Gardenour, Larry Gaskill, Lois Fritz, Jerry Shutt, Philip Smith. Fourth Row: Frank Gonzales, Rebecca Lipkey, Bruce Reidenbach, Janet Line, Keith Galloway. Fifth Row: Karen Stolte, Alan Dixon, Betty Cline, Tommy Fisher, Janice Cal- ey, Bob Fairchild. 5: 5 GRADE SNAPS Ugh! We second graders The pause that 'refreshesl I know! Future artists! Mother's little helpers! The patient workers! N "N .,.:: V ..- x :Q R X Q 4 , x In ig 5 I. qi? ,gy tx .,w""'5' E 5 5 Xii A E X695 X V.:,.,:,,.1.,, ,.., 5 gm 'P -x at 5 fi' . M' Y - K X s X i 3 f 2 3 as A ff 2 iizi rw" 5' 'Id I? A ., A ,Q fr-fl VW' x I' .SN W F .- 'QW Back Row, left to right: John Hanauer, Hal Platt, Robert Leimenstoll, Maurice McBride, Don Hoopingarner, Joe Huffman, Delos Fisher, Terry Bowman, Robert Jackson and Max Boxell, Front Row, left to right: Carl Anderson Cstudent managerj, Marshall Schoeff Ccoachb and Richard Cayot Cstudent managerb. BASKETBALL The varsity squad of the Union Center High School basketball team consisted of only three returning letter men. The remainder of the squad was brought up from the second team. Hal Platt, 5'10", 158 pound senior,, guard, played 3 years of varsity basketball and one year of second team ball. Joe Huffman, 5'101fZ", 170 pound senior, forward, played 1 year varsity basket- ball and 3 years of second team ball. Terry Bowman, 5'11", 165 pound senior, forward, played 1 year of varsity basketball and 3 years of second team ball. Maurice McBride, 5'101!2", 150 pound junior forward, played 2 years varsity ball and 1 year second team basketball. John Hanauer, 5'5", pound junior guard, played 1 year varsity ball and 3 years second team. Robert J ackson,5'9", 165 pound junior forward, played 1 year of varsity ball and 2 years of second team ball at Rockcreek. Robert Leimenstoll, 5'10", 158 junior forward, played 1 year of varsity ball and 1 year of second team. Don Hoopingarner, 5,111!2", 160 pound sophomore forward, played 2 years varsity ball. Delos Fisher, 5'101f2", 165 pound sophomore guard, played 1 year varsity and 1 year second team. Max Boxell, 5'91!2", 130 pound sophomore guard, played 1 year varsity and 1 year second team. Noel Burger, 5'9", 146 pound sophomore guard, played 1 year varsity and 1 year second team. it BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Union Chester 64 Union 35 Ossian 73 Union Lancaster 43 'Tnion 47 White Institute 4 Union Lafayette 52 Union 34 Lancaster 49 Union Jackson 45 Tinian 46 Roanoke 51 Union Vfest Union 43 Union 42 Petroleum 58 Union Liberty 5 Union 54 Lafayette 65 Union Ossian 75 Union 42 Rockcreek 60 Union Andrews 66 Union 38 West Union 64 Union Rockcreek Union 44 Lancaster 52 Sectional Tourney: Union 26, Ossian 42. Second Teom - Mgrs. - Cheer Leoders Student Managers, left to right: Carl Anderson, Richard Cayot. Cheer Leaders, left to right: Eunice Bradburn, Nancy Bowman, Marlene Platt. Players, front row, left to right: Ronnie Hoopingarner, Noel Burger, Tom Burnau, Max Stinson, Don Carl, John Earnest, Don Taylor, Jim Bunsold. Back Row, left to right: Philip Hoopingarner, Terry Shepler, Roger Norris, Philip Wilson, Marshall Schoeff-Coach, Wilbur Overholt, Ronnie Grim, Robert Dafforn, Danny Dafforn. , Wins 4 Loses 14 Qin! ogg gg' JUNIOR H IGI-I BASKETBALL Back Row: left to right Lynn Smuts, Richard Norris, Larry Corell, Johnny Patty, Mr. Carter Ccoachb, Marvin Bradburn, Jerry Corell, and Billy Thurber. Front Row: left to right Billy Fisher, Bob Christman. Joe Hanauer, Tom Jackson, Dave Beavis, Larry Lesh, Jerry Quackenbush, and Larry Burgess. After a blistering beginning the Junior High basketball team tapered off and finished the year with a won-loss record of 10-6. Most of the losses were by a very narrow margin with Chester the only team to defeat the Jr. Badgers by more than four points. Chester was the only team that was not defeated in the return game. All games were marked with the Very even scoring which ten times sp.elled victory. The teams defensive average was 25.0 while the offensive average was 31.18. The squad was composed of ten eighth graders and four seventh graders. The starting lineup was usually chosen from Jerry Quackenbush, Larry Burgess, David Beavis, Larry and Jerry Corell, Billy Thurber and Joe Hanauer, By defeating Rockcreek and Vera Cruz the team advanced to the semi-finals of the county tournament where it was defeated by Chester 29-26 in a hard fought contest. The 1950-51 Junior High free throw was awarded to Larry Corell with a .550 percentage with several others following closely with .500. Nancy Thurber and Janet Allen were yell leaders and Lynn Smuts student manager. i , -.,, , J T Vlx I K.'f I 'fix :-f: .-s, E L T r ,a , L., 5- , ':1. .::. , A W ":- : ..,.:,,::E:Q E :: .,l::: ,.i: f ff i Q l ,, .,,. h I stew , E 3' Xi 4' 1' f ui' I SOFTBALL The varsity squad had the following record this season. The squad consisted of the following players: Don Hoopingarner, catcher, John Hanauer, 3rd baseg Phil Wilson, catcher, Dick Youkey, right field, Danny Dafforn, 2nd base, Don Taylor, center field, Delos Fisher, left field, Joe Huffman, 2nd base, Terry Bowman, right field, Bob Leimenstoll, center field, Eugene Norris, shortstop, Hal Platt, pitcher. The season ended with the team having 5 wins and 4 loses. We defeated Lancaster, Liberty, and Petroleum once and Lafayette twice. We were defeated by Chester, Jackson, Ossian, and Rockcreek. All the games were very close. They were usually decided in the last two innings. 'Q X' J, Q: xx Q98 5 . ' " A p , .:1. R 6 as, TRACK, 1951 After school, it was not surprising to see "Woody" Overholt and Darrel Anderson running up the road. These two boys were our long distance men and were only trying to get into shape. Carl Anderson, Dick Youkey, Terry Bowman, John Hanauer, Hal Platt, Don Hoopingarner, and Joe Huffman carried our hopes in the field events. Eugene Norris was our top dash man. Terry Bowman, Delos Fisher, Don Hoopingarner, and Joe Huffman were also valuable in the running events. Front Row, left to right! Joe Huffman, Wilbur Overholt, Marshall Schoeff, Coach, Don Hoopingarner, Hal Platt. Back Row: Carl Anderson, Student Manager, Terry Bowman, Delos Fisher, John Hanauer, Richard Cayot, Student Manager. Get that tip, Terry! Touchdownl? Stretch, Joe, stretch! Call 'em ref! JZ? X Cf C39 tmmmaqnmmmwww- ...,, t y A , Back Row, left to right: Wayne Willett, Carl Anderson, Mrs. Raber, Eugene Norris, Charles Dennis. Middle Row, left to right: Rosalyn Stahl, Shirley Bumgarner, Helen Herndon, Joe Huffman, Terry Bowman, Hal Platt. Front Row, left to right: Hazel Girdham, Marilyn Moore, Esther Lahr, Joan Huffman, Babe Eichhorn. Willing Workers! The master piece! REFLECTOR STAFF Editor ...-................. Joe Huffman Assistant Editor ..... .... C arl Anderson Business Manager .............. Hal Platt Sports Editor ............ Terry Bowman Assistant Sports Editor .... Eugene Norris Activities .,--,.,.,.., Shirley BU.1T1ga1'D61' Joan Huffman Helen Herndon Snapghgt ------,,,,-, -... B abe ElCl'1l'1OI'1'1 Advertising .............. Wayne Willett Circulation Manager --- --- Rosalyn Stahl Editord .............. Shirley Bumgarner BADGER BUGLE Back Row, left to right: Babe Eichhorn, Rosalyn Stahl, Charles Dennis, Eugene Norris, Carl Anderson, Hal Platt, Terry Bowman, Joe Huffman, and Wayne Willett. Front Row, left to right: Mrs. Raber, Shirley Bumgarner, Joan Huffman, Helen Herndon, Marilyn Moore, Hazel Girdham, and Esther Lahr. Assistant Editor ...... ----- Joan Huffman Business Manager ......... Rosalyn Stahl Advertising Manager - Circulation Manager ...... Boys' Sports Editor .... - Assistant Sports Editor Girls, Sports Editor -- Feature Editor ...... - Joke Editor .............. ----- Carl Anderson High School Reporter ..... Assistant Joke Editor - Grade School Reporter Head Typist ......... Reporters ........... Terry Bowman Eugene Norris ----- Hal Platt ------ Joe Huffman -- Esther Lahr U Z- Robert Cayot Babe Eichhorn Charles Dennis Marilyn Moore Helen Herndon Hazel Girdham Wayne Willett r QI Boys' 4-H Officers. Left to right: Don Hoopingarner, Charles Dennis, Robert Leirnenstoll, Carl Anderson, Maurice McBride. "Straight from the press." "Miss America?" "4-H Busy Bees! Q E is as BOYS' 4-I-I Back Row, left to right: Max Stinson, Robert Leimenstoll, Richard Cayot, Don Hoopingarner, Joe Huffman, Maurice McBride, Richard Youkey, and Carl Anderson. M iddle Row, left to right: Rex Brown, John Hanauer, Charles Dennis, Robert Dafforn, Phil Wilson, Danny Dafforn, Ronnie Hoopingarner, Roger Norris, Shirla Anderson and Mary Lou Wolf. Front Row, left to right: Dana Boyd Cleaderb, Larry Corell, Richard Norris, Larry Lesh, Joe Hanauer, Jerry Corell, Jimmy Roussey, Sammy Boyd, Jimmy Corell, Eddie Weisenauer, and Dixie Dennis. Thirty-two members started and completed 37 projects. The average attendance to meetings was seventy-five per cent. CLUB OFFICERS President .....-.. ........ C arl Anderson Vice President --- --- Maurice McBride Secretary ..... ....... J . Anderson Treasurer ...... -- Don Hoopingarner News Reporter ....... Robert Leimenstoll Two boys received trips to the International Livestock Exposition at Chicago. They Were,k John Hanauer, for reserve champion litter and Carl Anderson for achievements in local club Work. REPORT OF GIRLS' 4-I-I CLUB WORK 1950-1951 The officers for the senior club were: The officers for the junior club were: President ........... Eunice Bradburn President .......-.,.-- - Diane Denney Vice-President ......... Joan Huffman Vice-President ...... --, Janet Allen Secretary-Treasurer .... Carol Boxell Secretary-Treasurer ..... Patty Kaylor Song Leader ............. Velma Patty Song Leader .,.-...,-,.- Brenda Allen News Reporter ....... Nancy Bowman News Reporter ......... Agnes Wilson Recreational Leader ...... Betty Boxell Recreational Leader, Janet Quackenbush Health and Safety Health and Saefty Leader ........ Barbara Akom Leader ......... Sue Newhard The outstanding event of this year was our trip to Eaveyts Food Market at Anderson, Indiana. We also visited the Mounds State Park. During the summer Eunice Bradburn was sent to represent our club at Purdue Roundup. Jeanne Thomas was a guest of the Bluffton Kiwanis club at Junior Leader- ship Conference at the State Fair Grounds. Carol Boxell, Jeanne Thomas, Nancy Bender, and Anna Newhard attend the District Judging Contest at Auburn. Jeanne placed first in Baking which entitled her judge at the state contest. Carol Boxell and Jeanne Thomas exhibited at the state fair. Our advisory committee for this year was Mrs. Malcolm Bender, Mrs. Charles Sickafus, and Mrs. Mae Thomas, a representative from each of the three Home Economics clubs in Union Township. There were 91.575 of our members completing this 4-H year, which entitled us to receive the fourth gold seal for our 4-H charter. Front Row, left to right: Hannah Rutenberg, Leader, Judy Burnau, Sharon Goshorn, Susan Cooper, Marvel Bradburn, Melba Overholt, Marilyn Overholt, Dorothy Stahl, Betty Smith, Janice Correl, Brenda Allen, Linda Brown. Middle Row: Jane Gardenour, Janet Boxell, Virginia Earnest, Diane Denney, Nancy Bender, Velma Patty, Jeanne Thomas, Lillian Osborn, Patty Kaylor, Carolyn Cayot. Top Row: Shirla Anderson, Sue Newhard, Barbara Akom, Carol Boxell, Anna New- hard, Joyce Currence, Betty Boxell, Eunice Bradburn, Nancy Bowman, and Joan Huffman. 1 A'l' W . 9' 5 . r R fig Q . ,:.-." f:,:,::. , A V , P ' ,..,i- 1 ' I ,5 , Q '. '-..f M W Q . ,. :Q .- . if 42:1 X SENIGR PLAY "His Name Was Aunt Nellie" Bock Row, left to right: Joe Huffman CJerryJ, Wayne Willett CMr. Van Dillingj, Mrs. Raber CDirectorJ, Babe Eichhorn CCleoJ, Carl Anderson CEd Saundersb. Front Row, left to right: Terry Bowman CFred Baldwinl, Joan Huffman CSheila Baldwinj, Helen Herndon CBertha Baldwinj, Hal Platt CArchie Baldwinb, Rosalyn Stahl CJoyce Baldwinl, Shirley Bumgarner CMabel Saundersj. "That's a debatable point!"' "My jolly cousin!!" BAND The band this year was well organized because the sections were well balanced. Mr. Turner rehearsed us on several classical numbers and large orchestra numbers. However, We did play several marches at basketball games and during the first part of the year a program was given by the combined county band to all county schools. Our band also participated in the circus band for the 4-H circus which was given March 28. On April 1 the county band gave a concert at the community building in Bluffton. On April 13 we took part in the music festival at Bluffton. Our band is not large but in years to come it will grow since many grade students have started on some instrument. Under Mr. Turner our band should grow both in ability and size. Back Row, left to right: Marilyn Overholt, Marlene Platt, Marvin Bradburn, Robert Cayot, Mr. Turner, Eunice Bradburn, Hal Platt. Front Row, left to right: Larry Lesh, Jeanne Thomas, Esther Lahr, Carolyn Newhard, Anna Newhard, Joe Huffman, Wilbur Overholt, Ronnie Grim, Velma Patty. CHORUS BOYS' CHORUS Back Row, left to right: John Hanauer, Don Taylor, Hal Platt, Dick Cayot, Delos Fisher, Don Hoopingarner. Dick Youkey, Joe Huffman, Robert Leimenstoll, Bernard Osborn, Wilbur Overholt, Robert Cayot, Terry Shepler, Front Row, left to right: Bob Dafforn, Terry Bowman, Mrs. Grayston CDirectorD, Philip Wilson, Ronnie Grim, Danny Dafforn GIRLS' CHORUS Back row, left to right: Marilyn Boxell, Rosalyn Stahl, Marilyn Carpenter, Betty Boxell, Hazel Girdham, Alice Fritz, Violet Pope, Peggy Thoma, Shirla Anderson, Nancy Bowman, Shirley Bumgarner Middle row, left to right: Barbara Mulles, Nancy Bender, Barbara Akom, Joyce Currence, Marilyn Moore, Helen Herndon, Margaret Haines, Anna Newhard, Dorothy Smith, Carol Boxell, Esther Lahr, Eunice Bradburn, Jeanne Thomas, Marilyn Eckelbarger Front row, left to right: Melba McBride, Velma Patty, Mrs. Grayston CDirectorD, Marlene Platt CPianistD, Sally Burnau, Joan Huffman, Babe Eichhorn .-V0 'Ki' J- i' E , .-J - - A- WH- X DOUBLE QUARTET Back Row, left to right: Ronnie Grim, Don Taylor, Dick Youkey, Wilbur Overholt. Front Row, left to right: Hal Platt, Terry Bowman, Don Zfoopingarner, Joe Huffman. MIXED CHORUS CHRISTMAS PROGRAM DOUBLE SEXTET Back row, left to right Shirla Anderson, Eunice Bradburn, Joyce Currence, Carol Boxell, Betty Boxell, Velma Patty. Front Row, left to right: Joan Huffman, Shirley Bumgarner, Helen Herndon, Alice Fritz, Rosalyn Stahl, Babe Eichhorn ti? . 1, ill' ,Jiffy 4 4- I. p if 4 ,U 4 N ' if Q '4 4 44, 44 ' 4 4-P sf 14 .-4 '. pk. , f.. . 44,4 ,mg 'uw 4,,,, 1. fr' I -- Mir' ., ', n:x.'.,4,.. f . ' A , ,V 1:7 . 4v, 5' HA '-:.,,l'1 14, .- '4 , ' 4 "- 1' 3 fp' 'V X Vi pq ' I - 4, '14 1 I' 4 E . h ' -I, 4 4 4 ' X, lh ' 4 A 1 . M. ,- , . V-4,1 ' W 44 n 13 . .4 x 'P ir- " 'WNJ K 1 4 .uf 'g 'v I V V, I , 4 . '. 4 IU' ' , I 4 4 y L A -.c 4 -.A 4 4. xv- -4 4 Q Tr C 4 4 ' A N . f ' 4 L 4 4 4 4 v 4 1 s 4 4 ' 4 1 4 , 4 H 4 4 K4 X, , 4 4 4 .' n.,p0 ' I .. 4 ! 4 -, Q X - y . 4- 4 P ', MQ' 4A 'T 1 'W f ' 4 1 'HM '34' 1. , V4 ,44-5 ,W vw 7.4 45 f 4, 1 4 r 4: r ,x , v f. no HZ '1 X - ,. 'La 4 EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME Manufacturers, Retailers, Wholesalers of QUALITY FURNITURE FLOOR covERINGs or ALL KINDS CUSTOM BUILT FURNITURE New Overstuffed Furniture Built To Your Specification Old Furniture Reserved and Recovered A Wide Range of Lovely Materials A Complete Selection Of LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM, AND KITCHEN FURNITURE KITCHEN CABINETS MADE TO ORDER ,.il.i11-1-1 G E R B E R FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY Edward Gerber Phone 524 Alvin Gerber One Mile North of Bluffton, Indiana -1 Cpl f Markle Motors Inc CHEVROLET SALES AND SERVICE PHGNE 138 ROSE HILL DAIRY PRODUCTS I-IOOSIER BRAND GRADE MILK ond MILK PRODUCTS BLUFFTON INDIANA Ph 42 FURNITURE FUNERAL DIRECTORS MONUMENTS GEJGD R. C. McGUFFEY AND SDN MARKLE, INDIANA "Grade A" MILK And Dairy Products Vitamin "D" Homogenized 'I Pasteurized Milk 'I Chocolate Milk " Buttermilk 'I Cottage Cheese " Coffee Cream "' Orange Drink " Butter and Cheese TELEPHONE 'I 2 0 TELEPHONE C E N T R A L D A I R Y 227 W. Walnut Bluffton, Indiana T Q N N E R Compliments of BODY WQRKS LEGGE ELEVATOR WE FEATURE MILK BODIES MAS-I-ER MIX and CDMMERCIAL BODIE AND S WAYNE FEEDS ALSO Phones CASH GRAIN Office 301 Residence 752 MARKET State Road 'I Bluffton l 1 nu I I I SUMMERS MOTOR SALES t -is fry l2VR0lLElf 'if gf T' T Phone 'I00 Ossian, Ind. OSSIAN STATE BANK ' General Banking and Trusts Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. DEPOSITS INSURED TO 510,000 MOSER IMPLEMENT CO. Your Neighbor Trades With Us, Why Don't You? ALLIS-CHALMERS BLUFFTON, INDIANA PHONE zo Every Banking Service COMMUNITY STATE BANK HUNTINGTON, INDIANA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. STATE BANK 0F MARKLE GENERAL BANKING SERVICE SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Accounts now insured up to SI0,000 For each depositor by the Federal Depositor Insurance Corp. Hours 8 to 3 Phone 4'I 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 Phone 48 MARKLE, INDIANA "DECK" "SPEED" MOSER SUPER SERVICE Complete One-Stop Service Phone 300 Corner Marian and Market Sts. BLUFFTON, IND. FISHER NASH MOTORS, INC. NASH SALES AND SERVICE 201 W. State St. Huntington, Indiana TELEPHONE 918 Ph SH EPLER'S MOTOR SALES SALES SERVICE General Repairing Day and Night WRECKER SERVICE OK Used Cars MASTERSON TYNDALL CO. Clothing and Shoes For Dad and Lad BLUFFTON, INDIANA one 53-B Zanesvill RICHARDSON GROCERY Quality Merchandise Friendly Service Selected Fruits And Vegetables Grade A Meats Zanesville, Ind. Phone 47-W OLD FIRST NATIONAL BANK In Bluffton ' A COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE Member of F. D. l. C. FARMERS ond MERCI-IANTS BANK FRIENDLY BANKING SERVICE Member of Federal Deposit Insuronce Corp. BLUFFTON, INDIANA Compliments PAUL'S GROCERY Phone 47 Markle, Indiana BGWMAN'S HARDWARE MARKLE, INDIANA Complete Line of Hardware Pittsburgh Paints Phone 73 Markle, Indiana Compliments Hoover Brothers Hardware Phone 25 Markle, Indiana Midland Service Station GAS 81 OIL The Formers Friend Phone 49 404 S. Main BLUFFTON, lND!ANA BLISS CAFE 1 Bluffton Rubber Works KELVINATOR APPLIANCES U. S. Tires - Dupont Paint Duo-Therm Oil Heaters A. B. C. Washers BLUFFTON INDIANA BLUFFTON, INDIANA 130 W. Market Bluffton THOMA 8. SON Funeral Directors Rugs - Furniture BLUFFTON INDIANA IDEAL "Kiddie" SHOP Lovely Wearables For Small Adorables TOTS - TEENS - PIGTAIL CROWD SUB-TEEN TOO 115 E. Market Phone IO99 Bluffton Wells County FARM BUREAU Farm Machinery, Electrical App. GAS - OIL - FUEI- OIL FEED - SEEDS - FERTILIZERS BUILDING SUPPLIES - COAL CUSTOM GRINDING 49. GRAIN Uniondale 40 PHONE 1345 Bluffton Compliments of CUPP'S CABIN UNIONDALE, IND. Phone 28-W Houtz Body Shop BODY G. FENDER REPAIR COMPLETE REFINISH Repair Broken Windshield and Door Glass on Anymake Car FARMERS Uniondale Market and Locker Service MEATS CUT AND WRAPPED Let me paint your tractor up-like new. TO SATISFY Free Estimate - Prices Right YOUT'o6R5VIX-EESOME UNIONDALE , Homephone 5 Shope 43-0 Phone 44 Uniondale . 1, ill' ,Jiffy 4 4- I. p if 4 ,U 4 N ' if Q '4 4 44, 44 ' 4 4-P sf 14 .-4 '. pk. , f.. . 44,4 ,mg 'uw 4,,,, 1. fr' I -- Mir' ., ', n:x.'.,4,.. f . ' A , ,V 1:7 . 4v, 5' HA '-:.,,l'1 14, .- '4 , ' 4 "- 1' 3 fp' 'V X Vi pq ' I - 4, '14 1 I' 4 E . h ' -I, 4 4 4 ' X, lh ' 4 A 1 . M. ,- , . V-4,1 ' W 44 n 13 . .4 x 'P ir- " 'WNJ K 1 4 .uf 'g 'v I V V, I , 4 . '. 4 IU' ' , I 4 4 y L A -.c 4 -.A 4 4. xv- -4 4 Q Tr C 4 4 ' A N . f ' 4 L 4 4 4 4 v 4 1 s 4 4 ' 4 1 4 , 4 H 4 4 K4 X, , 4 4 4 .' n.,p0 ' I .. 4 ! 4 -, Q X - y . 4- 4 P ', MQ' 4A 'T 1 'W f ' 4 1 'HM '34' 1. , V4 ,44-5 ,W vw 7.4 Are your clothes becoming to you or should they becoming to us? MAIN CLEANERS 322 S. Johnson St. Bluffton, Ind. Phone 384 S U R G E MILKING MACHINES Everything For The Dairy Form CORVIN BRINER Bluffton Phone 954 1 Minneapolis Moline Soles 84 Service Wm. Steffen 81 Son Bluffton, Ind. Swisher Lumber Co. 703 W. Wobosh BLUFFTON, INDIANA PHONE 1313 L. F. Hartman 81 Son Sinclair Gas 84 Oils Blufton, Ind. Phone 304 Compliments of Glen 0. Marsh Bluffton, Incl. Phone 'I4'I4 Grove 81 axter Chrysler - Plymouth BLUFFTON, INDIANA Buick - Oldsmobile - Pontiac G. M. C. Trucks Goodin Motor Co., Inc. J. L. Goodin BLUFFTON, INDIANA 1 l 1 Stockman Produce Co. EGGS, POULTRY, HIDES WOOL and FURS Phone 32 Markle, Ind. Compliments HOOVER GAS CO. Super Flame Gas Phone 'l25 Markle, Ind. l Accident 62 Health, Hospitalization ROBERT P. DAVIS Complete Insurance Service Markle, Indiana Phones Office Residence 158 100-8R Auto - Fire - Liability Bonds Compliments Markle Sheet Metal Shop Complete Line Ot WILLIAMSON FURNACES Phone 59 Markle YOUR PEOPLE'S STORE Just A Good Place To Shop For Dry Goods - Blankets - Dresses Clothing - Shoes - Gifts Phone 34 Markle M, I 1.00 l S l 'i I MAHRLE. INIL, - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l l Compliments L. E. FOX 81 SON Gas and Electric Appliances Phone 35 Markle, Ind. McFarren's 5 To 51.00 Store Biggest Little Store In Huntington County Markle and Warren, Ind. I 1 i 1 I i ' V' Congratulations Class of "5l " Dr. ancl Mrs. K. M. Weinland OSSIAN INDIANA . .CT-'uv mgliiffjefww Bluffton Florists John P. Schumacher Phone 81 Wabash Ave. Bluffton, Indiana Allen-Wells County Rural Electric Membership Corp. ll Owned By Those We Serve" OSSIAN, INDIANA GOODYEAR WARE BAKER CO. Cadillac Motor Cars International Harvester Trucks and Farm Implements Phone 533 Bluffton Linn 81 Saurer Exclusive Home Furnishers Appliances - Furniture Television Vogue Shop SMART JUNIOR APPAREL lO3 S. Main St. BLUFFTON, INDIANA Midland Oil Company BLUFFTON, INDIANA Krummen Auto Service Batteries and Ignition Case Sales and Service Villa North BLU FFTON, IN DIANA Geels Jewelry Store "Known For Fine Diamonds" 105 S. Main St. BLUFFTON, INDIANA GATEWAY IN N "After The Game Drop-ln" On State Road 3 MARKLE, INDIANA Compliments of Line's Shell Service Markle, Indiana PHONE 141 Schott Meat Market Bluffton, Indiana Phone 200 OVERHOLT CABINET COMPANY Bluffton, Indiana North On Stote Rood I PHONE 406 The Floorcraft Shop Markle, Indiana Phone I22 Linoleum Sink Tops Tile Woll Covering Corpet Metol Trim STORE HOURS 8:00 - 5:00 Sat. 8:00 - 9:00 LANTZ POULTRY CO. Poultry, Eggs and Feeds 213 N. Scott Phone 297 Bluffton, Ind. Green Gable Poultry Remedies Buildings and Supplies Earl Wood's Garage GENERAL CAR REPAIR TIRES and BATTERIES Phone 'I26-3R Markle, Ind. John F. Kreigh 81 Co. I. G. A. GROCERY Warner Kreigh ond Homer D. Hoover OSSIAN, INDIANA Compliments E. S. Shoddoy, D. D. S. OSSIAN, INDTANA Compliments Dr. W. E. Hardin Springer Feed 81 Supply PURINA CHOWS MAYTAG APPLIANCES OSSIAN, INDIANA Phone 39 Compliments of Sanitary Grocery CO. Phone 'I9 OSSIAN INDIANA Compliments ot Urban City Garage FORD CARS, TRUCKS ond TRACTORS Phone 55 Ossion, Ind. Ben Levy Grain Co. GRAIN - SEED - FEED and COAL Phone 38 OSSIAN INDIANA Compliments of HENLINE MILL STATE PILOT FEEDS Compliments ot Von A. Eiclfwhorn SCHWARTZ GARAGE Tsxico GAS 8. oiL From Ferguson Troctor 8g Imp. Generol Auto ond Troctor Repoir Phone 52 Uniondale Compliments ot - Uniondale Stockyards UNION DALE, lND!ANA I Phone 'I7 l Compliments of Uniondale Lumber Co. 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