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

 - Class of 1953

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Florence Monroe B. S. Fine Arts Ball State College Music Art Raymond Go rrett B. S. Education Ball State College Mathematics Physics Sponsor of Senior Class Verlin Jackson B. S. Agricultural Training Purdue Agriculture Chemistry Shop Honnoh Rutenberg B. S. Secondary Education Manchester College Home Economics Office Practice Sponsor of Freshman Class Wendell Beck B. S. Physical Education Manchester College History Physical Education Sponsor of Junior Class "UB" r Jeonne Rober A, B. English Ball State College English Latin Physical Education Sponsor of Eighth Grade Dorrell Botts B. S. Physical Education Purdue Geography English Health Sponsor of Sophomore Class Rebecca Meochom River Falls State Grades Five and Six Guinevere Lesh Manchester College Grades Three and Four Ruth McClure Wittenberg College Grades Two and Three BUS DRIVERS Left to right: Rev. Mishler, Vaughn Thomas, Glen Lane, Vic- tor Boxell, Max Neu- hauser, Charles Goshorn CAFETERIA HELP Left to right: Jane Gardenour, Mrs. Folk, Mrs. Snyder, Lillian Osborn, Mrs. Burgess, Kathryn Burnau, Max Boxell Mr. Smith keeping the sidewalks clean. Bernece Morfm Manchester College Grade One N Y EX ,J 'N .. a I.. A timed speed test The study of tloro cmd founo High school teachers Seventh grode orithmetic A couple of good fellows Eighth grode English 5192 A? we Eg 263-'S K fm ff m y up ix, ff Q 443' f -S f- f ,,,, -n 'S' ' Seniors Robert Dafforn Basketball Chorus 1 -2- 4-H Play Darrell Le R Basketball Volleyball Softball Chorus Play Nancy Ann Secretary Treasurer Reporter Yell Leader Chorus 4-H Play OY Anderson 2-3-4 3-4 4 2-3-4 3-4 Bowman 1 4 2-3 2-3 1-2-3-4 2 3-4 Eunice Eileen B rad b u rn President 4 Secretary 3 Treasurer 1 Yell Leader 2-3 Chorus 1-2-3-4 Sextette 3-4 4-H 1-2-3 Play 3-4 Band 1-2-3-4 Noel Burger Vice President 2 Basketball Play 1-2 3 Effie ' ' ' ' QM? ,Nfl-., ee ff. --F" it gl Sally Ann Burnau Vice President I Chorus 1 Danny Dafforn Vice President Treasurer Reporter Basketball 1-2 Softball 1-2 Volleyball Chorus 1-2 4 4-H XF Play ll 5 il I l I 1 l il S I 'i 4 ' Doss Fisher 3 Basketball 1-2 fl Softball l-2 Volleyball 2 1 Chorus 1-2 W Quartet Play Alice Ann Fritz Reporter - Chorus 1-2 Sextette 2 4-H Play E Nineteen Fqfty- Three Max Le Roy Boxell Vice President 3 Basketball 1-2-3-4 Softball 2-3-4 Volleyball 2-3-4 4-H 1-2 Play 3-4 297' Q xl I' -was 4 TK xwsx Qg ,, Dorothy Leota Smith Secretary Chorus 1-2-3-4 Philip W. Wilson Treasurer 2 Reporter 1 Basketball 1-2-3 Softball 2-3 Volleyball 2-3 Chorus 1-2 4-H 1-2 Play 3 Charles Wheeler Chorus 4 Play 3 P5 ,Q , 5 ' C lf-ff Don Hoopingar-ner President Basketball Softball Volleyball Chorus Quartet 4-H Play Wilbur Lee Basketball Track Chorus Quartet Band Play 4-H 1-2-3 1-2-3-4 1-2-3-4 2-3-4 1-2-3-4 2-4 1-2 3-4 Overholt 2-3 1-2 1-2-3-4 2-3-4 1-2-3-4 3-4 1 Our Memories of Union Sholl Be Cherished Forever SENIOR HISTORY Oh! what fun we had our first year of school. Can't you just see Miss Martin come into the room carrying a big box, we were all so excited and pleased when we saw thc brilliantly colored wooden nursery rhyme puzzles, and we thought the crude awkward figures we made out of modeling clay were superb. You can just visualize those letter holders we made from paperplates, can't you? We thought they were something very unique. We studied hard to learn our A-B-C's, reading words, and numbers. We thought we were really doing things when we could spell words like cat and dog. Remember that day in the fifth grade when we were having a first-aid lesson and were gO1I1g to pretend to revive someone who had fainted when suddenly Wilbur Overholt really fainted? Much to our astonishment we had a real patient. Miss Boyd took over then and quickly revived him. Oh! then remember that glorious day in the sixth grade when our gallant basket- ball team beat- the seventh grade's team. We really thought we were going places. Then that terrible day when we were in the seventh l grade - remember we were ' to get initiated by the eighth grade and we were all scared silly at the things they told us we had to do: walk on glass, eat fishworms, jump out of an airplane - but it was fun we really enjoyed ourselves. In the eighth grade we were really busy. We gave a play in front of the whole school the name of it was the "Grand Sham's Diamond." That same year in the spring we had a party at Salamonie State Park near Lagro, Ind. When we were in the tenth grade we sponsored a skating party. We made fif- teen dollars from this party, it was the first money our class had ever made. Then that exciting year when we were in the elev- enth grade we gave our first Left to right: Nancy Bowman, treasurer, Sally C1355 Play HMYSWFY In The Burnau, vice-president, Dorothy Smith, secretary, Alice Fritz, news-reporter, Eunice Bradburn, pres. high light of our junior year- That same year our class edited its first school paper. We held a scrap drive in the spring to help make money for our senior trip. Our twelfth year in school was to be our most memorable year. We took a one day trip to Indianapolis to visit the Indiana Legislature and other sights of interest. Around Christmas time that year the sophomore girls home economics class gave the seniors a very delicious dinner. CBaked ham with all the trimmingsj We put out an annual our senior year which we thought was bigger and better than any annual we had ever seen. We also sold Christmas cards to help make money for our senior trip that year, and gave' another play. In the spring of 1953 we took our senior trip to Washington D. C. Everyone enjoyed it and we saw some very beautiful sights and did some very interesting things. The two final events of our twelve years in school were our Baccalaureate and Commencement services held the last of April. All these memories are held dear in the hearts of every senior in the class of 1953. Library" we really enjoyed giving that play. It was the IEE 5 ul :W I V' iv?" AZ. AT' V, ., , f fi-f ..w- 4?-frN'fs mr, . ff N, x... ' ' .s.,, 35-14 fn . ,W ...init W , , ,QF sf , J: vi Q, , 1 i .1 1 :A lu, A - H: A iw 5 , 1 Tfal. P.-,ij 4 LL: I iw ,, , J ,1 , wi eg - We ii B '- hi. 1" ' 31 Pk'wW':, 1 xl. "J ,- Jfshubiif? 'V 'uv 5 wif' 1,1 316 seg: ' M -'wi 15655 ' X G"-' A 1 . 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Dorothy Smith . Max Boxell . Eunice' Bradburn 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 ll 12 E 1 w i Q.. . X - -V .mr no . ,, , JUNIGRS Left to right: Don Carl, Marilyn Boxell, Richard Cayot, Margaret Haines, Ronnie Grim Left to right: Melba McBride, Philip Hoopingarner, Anna Newhard, erg Marlene Platt, president. Left to right: Roger Norris, Terry Shepler, Peggy Thoma, Morris Willett OFFICERS Standing: Melba McBride, report- erg Marlene Platt, presndent. Seated: Marilyn Boxell, secre- taryg Peggy Thoma, vice president. '43, X 'Nw ,fbi mf." wr if ,-i-- - - - MYYWW. Y'!1?' NP' Own, OFFICERS - Left to right Jerry Quackenbush, Sec'y-Treas, Larry Burgess, Presidentg Lynn Sniuts, Reporter Richard Norris, Vice President SOPHOMORES' Left to right: Janet Allen, Larry Burgess, Mary Burnau, Robert Christman Left to right: Diane Denny, Donald Clark, Petty Kaylor, Ronald Clark Left to right: Donna McCart- ney, Jerry Corell, Sue New- hard, Larry Corell Left to right: Marilyn Over- holt, Billy Fisher, Melba Overholt, Gerald Jump Left to right: Joyce Ross, Larry Lesh, Dorothy Stahl, Richard Norris Left to right: Nancy Thurber, Jerry Quackenbush, Agnes Wilson, Lynn Smuts Left to right: Bill Thurber, Harold Wheeler V 2 FRESHMEN Left to right: Edward Baker, Beverly Baker, Billy Bender, Marvin Bradburn Left to right: Marvel Brad- burn, Bob Campbell, David Dafforn, Carolyn Cayot Left to right: Ted Fode. Earl Gaskill, Virginia Earnest, Joe Hanauer Left to right: Johnnie John- son, Linda Mossburg, Melvin Meyer, Herman Osborn Left to right: Kitty Thoma, Wayne Pope, Doris Wilson J Www' 3 Civ' N' Z7 ""' wtf -vs,- ,,f"x rw if ff xv, Y it OFFICERS - Left to right Front row: Joe Hanauer, President: Ed- ward Baker, Treasurer: Wayne Pope Vice-Pres., Back row: Billy Bender. Re- porterg David Daforn, Secretary 22. in Left to right: Robert Caley, Janet Boxell, James Corell, Sharon Brown Left to right: Lynn Dafforn, Kathryn Burnau, Ronnie Gallaway, Dixie Dennis Left to right: George Hoopin- garner, Jane Garclenour, Jerry Schwartz, Mary Lou McBride Left to right: Billy Joe Shep- ler, Lillian Osborn, Lewis Dean Sink, Robert Smith Left to right: Janet Quack- enbush, Douglas Taylor, Norman Wall g-U.--1. .-.4-1.-.fy , 7 - ..-- - --- ----- - A Aa. ........1 .. a...L..,. .. -A SEVENTH GRADE Left to right: Brenda Allen, Sammy Boyd, Linda Brown, Judy Burnau Left to right: Chester Haines, Susan Cooper, Janice Corell, Russell Haines Left to right: Sharon Gos- horn, Bonnie Fisher, Alex Henthorn, Lois Gaskill Left to right: Flora Mae Hudlow, Bernard Jump, Judy Hoopingarner, Patty Slain Left to right: Kirby Moss- burg, Betty Smith, Bernelle Willett, Larry Stahl G ,, ..,r ,, . i hr-N, , , , rw fy mf 'iv' !""J 'img g, 9 vm 1 Q- ,1-'l V Q , if . 'Ss rr W.. M... 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Q: ' lj.-X.. 5 diverge. fQ'i-WVR.-,2:'J'W"'fe-'N-'ei , 2 .- y ESE, ,-we-4 6 Viv wr- 44 'NIP 'Irv 'Wir RE 53' 0 ' Lal A SIXTH GRADE Left to right: Gary Lee Carl, Martha Burnau, Billy Connett, Marilyn Cayot Left to right: Carolyn Christman, Kirby Daff- orn, Mary Jo Cline, Roger Fode Left to right: Gerald Johnson, Ilene Fode, Jim- my Levy, Arlene Fode Left to right: Londa Kay Fause, Richard Mishler, Shirley Merchant, Ronnie Mulles Left to right: Richard Pope, Clara Mae Wilson, Max Reidenbach, Molly Wolfe Left to right: Richard Reuter, Wayne Settle- meyer, Ardith Smith, Teddy Thoma FIFTH GRADE Left to right: Lila Ann Boxell Myron Bradburn, Suzanne Boyd, Dale Brown Left to right: Linda Lou Burnau, George Henthorn, Judith Castor, Floyd Meyer Left to right: Bonnie Cooper, Larry Meyer, Nancy Eckel- barger, Lane Netherland Left to right: Catherine Fate, Phillip Norris, Caralene Fishbaugh, Thomas Ross Left to right Mary Ann Mae Gerber, Roger Wendell, Rose Osborn, Sue Parker Left to right: Karen Quack- enbush, Katherine Richard- son, Patricia Ann Spaid, Nancy Wilson :ms if X be f xx x , X ,Q , - G Q" - S v gi 'wg Vvi. 2 " 'K K is ,di 5 Q Rf-Q.- M QW -iw . re? M--A , 9? W 1 X fy fb if is AS fi ' , W' 'xv ., 'Qvrw' X , :z z " '-112.1 4 ..:' ' ' 'ne 2' s af , 9 3? W3' M 5 if 5,1 . . , fe . ff uw- v FOURTH GRADE Left to right: Janice Caley, Steve Campbell, Littia Earn- est, Freddie Crowl Left to right: Ruth Fritz, Robert Fairchild, Lois Fritz, Tommy Fisher Left to right: Janet Line, Keith Gailaway, Becky Lip- key, Larry Gaskill Left to right: Beverly Meach- am, Frank Gonzales, Lois Settlemeyer, Wayne Guerin Bride, Karen Stolte Left to right: Jackie Keidel, Gene Parker, Bruce Reiden- bach, Jerry Shutt Left to right: Phillip Smith Left to right: Sonja Smith, Larry Newhard, David Mc- THIRD GRADE Left to right: Sally Amstutz, Danny L. Archbold, Ellen Barnes, Bobby Gene Bender Left to right: Vernon Brad- burn, Mary Ann Bowman, Kendric L. Chaney, Amanda Jane 3-urnau Left to right: Carol DeWalt, Johnny D. Christman, Joyce K. Eckelbarger, Richard Fairchild Left to right: David Fate, Carmen Gonzales, Donnie D, Grim, Shelia Guerin Left to right: Susan Jennings, Johnnie Gonzales, Marjorie Jo Leimenstall, Raymond Henthorn Left to right: David Johnson, Carolyn Mishler, Michael Slater, Linda Jo Overholt Left to right: Jimmie Van- derwalker, Jim Wolfe 'iii-if-f M 'A 1i-"Hi""iis1lL- :req ls , me T 'illlv i. mam 'X T , 5 Q :H ,151- - Q I SECCND GRADE Left to right: Calvin E. Baxter, J ayde Brumbaugh Sammy Bertsch, Rita J. Caston Left to right: Patricia Cline, James Bowman, Barbara Connett, Danny Boyd Left to right: Dale Cayot, Sharon Guerin, Daniel Cooper, Cathy Lipkey Left to right: Elaine Reed, Gerald Dennis, Bonnie Reidenbach, Dallas Hen- thorn Left to right: Mickey Mc- Peak, Marsia Richardson, Alvin Prough, Suellen Shepler Left to right: Connie Stahl Lex Smuts FIRST GRADE Left to right: Barbara Bur- nau, Dennis Allen, Marcella Bradburn, Larry Connett Left to right: Christine Chaney, Dennis Ellet, Be- becca Crowl, Gary Fate Left to right: Charlette Diehl, Denny Fox, Virginia Gon- zales, Frank Osborn Left to right: Linda Gale Gurtner, Lynn Quackenbush, udy Hall, Thomas Reuter Left to right: Joanna Jump, Robert Scott, Linda Rose Levy, Thomas Slater Left to right: Marietta Meacham, Durand Lee Smith Suzanne Spaid, Thomas Stein Left to right: Linda Lou Thoma, Donna Stolte w uf Q? li, in I if if ik ,,., . , , faq' fi.m-,.- J,:--..A.,w REFLECTOR Live on forever . . Seated, left to Tight: Alice Fritz Max Boxell, Danny Dafforn, Mrs. Raber Standing, left to right: Noel Burger Delos Fisher, Wilbur Overholt, Dorothy Smith, Bob Dafforn, Nancy Bowman, Charles Wheeler, Sally Burnau, Darrell Anderson, Eunice Bradburn, Don Hoopingarner, Philip Wilson 11 1 ' l V3 ' ' ., .. if 35517 f l fi 1,12 I 2 rv?- J '- , .p w-2 " ' ' I Philip Wilson, Editor Don Hoopingarner, Business Manager ANNUAL STAFF Editor ............ Philip Wilson Assistant Editor ............ Eunice Bradburn Business Manager ............ Don Hoopingarner Sports Editor ............... Darrell Anderson Assistant Sports Editor ...... Danny Dafforn Activities ........ Nancy Bowman Sally Burnau, Alice Fritz, Bob Dafforn Advertisement -..--- Delos Fisher all-f"" BADGER BUGLE - Gossip Columns, Keen Sports News Editor in Chief -- Assistant Editor --- -- Business Manager Boys' Sports .... - -U Eunice Bradburn Darrell Anderson Don Hoopingarner - - ...... Philip Wilson Assistant Sports ss.. .,,.... M ax Boxell Joke Editor .,,,,.. .,-- -- Bob Dafforn Head Typists .,,......., s-- Sally Burnau Grade School Reporter --, -cc Dorothy Smith High School Reporter --- --- Dan Dafforn Advertising Manager ,................................ Nancy Bowman Circulation Manager ..,...,........................ Charles Wheeler Reporters .,,,,, Alice Fritz, Delos Fisher, Noel Burger, Wilbur Overholt Darrell Anderson, Assistant Editor - Eunice Bradburn, Editor -u"Y"""' M if '28 nt Einar .. i.., V. BOYS' 4-H - Offers Mony Voried Projects Officers for the Boys' 4-H for the 1952 year were the following: President ............................. Roger Norris Vice President --- --- Jerry Quackenbush News Reporter ........ ...,.. R ichard Cayot Secretary-Treasurer --- --- Larry Lesh The boys carried projects including beef, dairy, swine, sheep, gardening, electricity, wild life, corn, etc. There were 91.3 per cent of the enrolled members completeing their projects. Wayne Settlemeyer exhibited the Grand Champion Shorthorn Steer which was also reserve Grand Champ of all breeds and had the champion Shorthorn heifer. Norman Wall had the reserve champion Angus Steer and Sam Boyd the champion pen of chickens. Many other blue ribbons went to Union. A it A512 Row one, left to right: Norman Wall, Jim Corell, Max Reidenbach, Wayne Settlemeyer, Gary Lee Carl, Myron Bradburn, Larry Stahl, Sammy Boyd Row two, left to right: Bill Thurber, Roger Norris, Janice Corell, Dixie Dennis, Caralene Fishbaugh, Larry Corell, Jerry Quackenbush X Row three, left to right: Marvin Bradburn, Joe Hanauer, Jerry Corell, Mr. Jackson, Bob Campbell, Larry Lesh, Richard Cayot GIRL'S 4-I-I - From I-lemlines To Livestock The officers for the senior club this year were as follows: President, Jeanne Thomas: Vice Presi- dent, Marvel Bradburn: Secretary-Treasurer, Janet Allen: News Reporter, Agnes Wilson: Recreational Leader, Sue Newhard: Song Leader, Shirla Anderson: Health and Safety Leader, Virginia Earnest. The officers for the junior club were: President, Jane Gardenour, Vice President, Janet Boxellg Secretary-Treasurer, Janice Corelli News Reporter, Patricia Spaid: Recreational Leader, Lillian Osborn: Song Leader, Suzanne Boyd: Health and Safety Leader, Janet Quackenbush, Shirla Anderson, Anna Newhard and Agnes Wilson served as junior leaders. Anna was also our representative at 4-H Roundup at Purdue. The senior club toured Fort Wayne visiting many interesting places, The junior club enjoyed their annual picnic at Memorial Park in Fort Wayne. During the summer we had camp at Limberlost, Oliver Lake. One of the high spots in the summer's program was the 4-H Fair. Our Union Township float was planned around the theme, "I'm Looking over a 4-H Clover," and took first prize. Our group portrayed the first Girls 4-H Club in the dedication pageant. Anna Newhard placed first in the District Clothing Judging Contest at Wabash and placed in the blue ribbon group in the state contest at the State Fair. Sue Newhard exhibited her Home Improvement at the State Fair and received a first placing, Sue received a third placing on her Food Preservation and Jeanne Thomas a second placing on her Baking exhibited at the State Fair. This year our Achievement Program was held with the members of the Home Demonstration Clubs as our guests. With 100 per cent 'of the enrolled members in the senior club completing their projects and 93 per cent of the members in the junior club completing, we will add the sixth seal to our charter. Row one, left to right: Nancy Wilson, Mary Gerber, Nancy Ekelbarger, Catherine Fate, Rose Osborn, Patty Spaid, Caralene Fishbaugh, Katherine Richardson, Susan Boyd, Linda Brown, Marilyn Cayot, Bonnie Cooper Row two, left to right: Mrs. Rutenberg, Marvel Bradburn, Agnes Wilson, Lois Gaskill, Janet Boxell, Jane Gardenour, Brenda Allen, Sharon Goshorn, Janice Corell, Dixie Dennis, Susan Cooper Row three, left to right: Janet Allen, Virginia Earnest, Janet Quackenbush, Lillian Osborn, Sue Newhard, Marvin Bradburn, Anna Newhard, Eunice Bradburn, Sharon Brown, Carolyn Cayot, Patty Slain 3+ -nl: gy -1-8'-L 'pls-digg -'ppp ""'Q,f9xl" ' X , N it .n Seated left to right: Darrell Anderson, Eunice Bradburn, Nancy Bowman, Alice Fritz, Mrs. Raber. Standing: Doss Fisher, Max Boxell, Don Hoopingarner, Wilbur Overholt Senior Ploy For our Senior Play we chose "Nearly Sixteen". A comedy given in October, 1952. It was the story of Peg Ellis, a young girl not yet sixteen and her romance problems. It was chucked full of laughs from beginning to end. Poor Gordon Fists are flying v.,'vv Y v1JY,,-'dd-,WA - ff-, :, BAND - Smoll But Mighty On The Downbeot Our band director is Mr. Gordon Waechter. This year the band has played at some of our basketball games and the combined county band played at the county basketball tourney. The last half of the school year the combined bands from Lancaster, Ossian, Rockcreek and Union gave a program at each one of the schools. On April 10, the county band took part in the county musical and were in charge of the first part of the program. Front row, left to right: Jerry Schwartz, Sammy Boyd, Marilyn Overholt, Marlene Platt, Melba Overholt, Eunice Bradburn, Jerry Corell Back row: Larry Lesh, Wilbur Overholt, Anna Newhard, Sue Newhard, Marvin Bradburn mam 'X T , 5 Q :H ,151- - Q I NS Front row, left to right: Morris Willett, Bob Christman, Ronald Grim, Marlene Platt, Jerry Corell, Richard Cayot. Second row: Wayne Pope, Dan Dafforn, John Johnson, Bill Bender, Bob Campbell, Joe Hanauer, Bill Thurber, Larry Corell, and David Dafforn. Third row: Charles Wheeler, Darrell Anderson, Larry Lesh, Marvin Bradburn, Wilbur Over- holt, Lynn Smuts, Herman Osborn, Don Hoopingarner, Doss Fisher Let's Hormonize We have twenty-eight girls and twenty-six boys in our chorus this year. Our activi- ties have been numerous, con- certs at the Union Church, First Baptist Church, Bluffton, U. B. Church, Zanesville. Liberty Center Methodist Church, Christmas Program, Plantation Melodies Spring Concert, Bac- calaureate, and Commencement . . f.. f-.,. Front row, left to right: Agnes Wilson, Nancy Thurber, Nancy Bowman, Janet Allen, Marlene Platt, Joyce Ross, Doris Wilson Second row: Marvel Bradburn, Patty Kaylor, Diane Denney, Dorothy Stahl, Carolyn Cayot, Mrs. Monroe, Marilyn Boxell, Kitty Thoma, Melba McBride, Marilyn Overholt, Virginia Earnest. Third row: Melba Overholt, Dorothy Smith, Donna McCart- ney, Beverly Baker, Sue New- hard, Anna Newhard, Margaret Haines, Peggy Thoma, Linda Mossburg, Eunice Bradburn Alice Fritz Worbling Songbirds and County Music Festival. The Girls Sextet and Double Sextet sang for Missionary Meeting in Bluffton, Uniondale Methodist Church and Farm Bureau Meeting. The Boys' Quartet and Doub- le Quartet sang at the Union Methodist Church, Farm Bureau Baptist Church, Athletic Ban- quet and Spring Concert. G1 if X, K , QM, 5 Q Y R , 1 " if l'v.l.:' -may ' .414 'WH Seniors reody to deliver Christmas cords Another doy of school is over Our cooch, Mr. Beck Spring hos orrived ..1xAN-,..-, v l Smile pretty Don ond Morlene ploying ping pong l Tia 7.1 , 1- 1z ,.xf:,.4 x Q NRM 133 si v x ki k -V ..:...1N 4 ,-.,. Hifi f Q X M-'awww ""0u. 1,9 3 -N 5 -if vm f 2 ti I 4-fre' 157 'f lu. R 3 dba Doss Fisher Roger Norris Jerry Quackenbush Philip Hoopingarner Darrell Anderson Ed Baker Larry Burgess Dan Dafforn Don Hoopingarner Max Boxell Don Carl Ron Hoopingarner Mr. Beck I-I arduaoool hitters deliver lap-hzrical thrills 'H Union Union Union Union Union Union Union Union Union Front row, left to right: Don Hoopingarner, Don Carl, Darrell Anderson Ron Hoopingarner, Max Boxell Back row: Dan Dafforn, Doss Fisher, Mr. Beck, Coach, Wilbur Overholt student manager, Philip Hoopingarner, Roger Norris Basketball Scores - 1952-1953 71 Chester 51 49 Lancaster 48 73 Lafayette 47 72 Jackson 54 62 West Union 37 68 Jefferson 58 CWhitley Co.J 73 Liberty 52 70 W. Lancaster 53 CHuntington Co.J 72 Andrews 49 Sectional Tourney Union 57 Union 61 Union 71 Union 65 Union 81 Union 69 Union 75 Union 44 Union 61 Union 66 Union 73 Union 60 - Ossia Rockcreek Ossian Lancaster Ossian Petroleum Lafayette Rockcreek West Union Lancaster Pleasant Mills Roanoke n64 V? i ' I E. iw cg Q3 iii 3 r gf .e H I ,, it' , V egg 9 4, -1,4 fzfiw Q--4. gs f if tiff :' .g::-.. I ! A., X.-!!lF!1'!! . 1A,,25a.m,- Q 6, fm, iI3STf'3S5 XS' W k :A . . L L '- swaps ' - 'uf ,-. :,. ' gfkvww ini A ff 1 1- g ' tl" . 355, f.,,:f, xg: 4:54 2 ' " ' ' X - ,, A, . , 2... in X ..,. 4 3? its 'LA ip.-m , ,, , ' 2, 'Q -7 51 1" A" "" 'N?TiLl7mi4vQ:7"'E I Rell! rx fbq f K A ' ' " . ' ' 'f - '.L jf , .,.,.---' 4, - A 4 1 ' -Q " W 5 MA., A -v f A- A f ...1'DnFix1:- P.-T f f'T1'?iT"":" 3" " " """ R l l 'MN ra T3 if ,ts Qc 57 , J , nvuofkx i ,xfxayt 44 N11 RESERVES Front row, left to right: Joe Hanauer, Gerald Jump, Larry Lesh, Marvin Bradburn, Larry Burgess, Ed Baker, Melvin Meyer, Herman Osborn Back row: Wayne Pope, David Dafforn, Bill Bender, Jerry Corell, Jerry Quackenbush, Mr. Beck, Lynn Smuts, student manager, Larry Corell, Bill Thurber, Bob Campbell, Johnnie Johnson The second team, under the astute direction of Mr. Beck, went through a season of eighteen games, winning six. JUNIOR HIGH TEAM The Junior High under the coaching of Darrell Botts, completed their season of nine games playing each of the following teams, Rockcreek, West Union, Poplar Grove and Lancaster. Front row, left to right: Kirby Mossburg, Bill Shepler, Bob Smith, Lynn Dafforn, Doug Taylor, Gary Carl, Kirby Dafforn Back row: Richard Mishler, George Hoopingarner, Sammy Boyd, Jim Corell, Mr. Botts, Jerry Schwartz, Bernard Jump, Dean Sink . ,,.. ' Aviz A O l LARRY BURGESS 2. onnm Auoeason 3. .Jeaav Quncxensusn 4 PHILIP HOOPINGRRNEE me aitvrm Smurs as , 6 JOE HHNRUER 145 7- DAN DHFFORN 6. MRX BOXELL susnen NM oou noovlucsnzuen I4 Ron noonmsmznce is. JERRY when 16. LARRY CORELI. IZ DON CBRL 1e.Gennw .wmv f is ,fs W le. '- . ' - luz V V 'L SOFTBALL - The All American Fovorite! The varsity softball squad won six games and lost one. The loss coming at the hands of Ossian, county champions. The squad won over Petroleum, Rockcreek, Chester, Lancaster, Liberty and a forfeit game with Jackson. The squad consisted of Danny Dafforn, 3rd baseg Delos Fisher, Center Fieldg Roger Norris, 2nd baseg Philip Hoopingarner, shortstopg Don Carl, lst baseg Jerry Quackenbush, lst baseg Terry Shepler, Right Fieldg Larry Burgessg Left Fieldg Joe Hanauer, Catcher: Ron Hoopingarner, Pitcherg Max Boxell, Catcherg Darrell Anderson, Left Field. Re ll Hilti- ' fl-"'3f?"'12..l. '1ih..X.' . F""17-N-"L-v A- J f -1- - A Egg BASKETBALL TEAM The varsity squad of 1952-1953 basketball team, returned this season with eight letter men. Four players were brought up from the reserve team. Darrell Anderson, 6' 4193, 175 pound senior, center, played 2 years of varsity basketball. Danny Dafforn 5' 6", 150 pound senior, guard, played 2 years of varsity basket- ball and 2 years of reserve ball. Delos Fisher, 5' 10152, 165 pound senior, guard, played 3 years of varsity basketball and 1 year of reserve ball. Don Hoopingarner, 6', 180 pound senior, forward, played 4 years of varsity ball. Max Boxell, 5' 10150, 142 pound senior, forward, played 3 years of varsity basketball and 1 year of reserve ball. Don Carl 6'4", 190 pound junior. forward, played 2 years of varsity basketball and 1 year of reserve ball. Ronnie Hoopingarner 5'11", 170 pound junior, forward, played 2 years of varsity basketball and 1 year of reserve ball. Philip Hoopingarner, 5' 6", 136 pound junior, guard, played 2 years of varsity basketball and 1 year of reserve ball. Roger Norris 5' 7", 145 pound junior, forward, played 1 year of varsity basketball and 2 years of reserve ball. Ed Baker, 6' 25", 170 pound freshman, forward, played 1 year of varsity ball. Jerry Quackenbush, 5'8", 120 pound sophomore, guard, played 1 year of varsity basketball and 1 year of reserve ball. Larry Burgess 5' 10", 137 pound sophomore, forward, played 1 year of varsity basketball and 1 year of reserve ball. VOLLEYBALL TEAM Front row, left to right: Don Hoopingarner, Doss Fisher, Darrell Anderson, Max Boxell, Danny Dafforn Back row: Don Carl, Mr. Beck, Ron Hoopingarner, Philip Wilson .l 'J I' A I fy "Q -.,, F . '5 ki-Kass, We: I ,1 'E 1 .ma .- '31 .ra - "" ""f.Kl'? " F5 -. Liiaflfmi' n pflen Presented by the Senior Class EAST UNION TWP. SCHOOL Wells County, Indiana 1955 Fair Sex Are Beehive Cf Activity The seventh and eighth grade girls making a pyramid. The ninth and tenth grade girls doing a few exercises. Front row, left to right: Marvel Bradburn, Agnes Wilson, Patty Kaylor, Nancy Thurber, Diane Denney Second row: Melba Overholt, Donna McCartney, Carolyn Cayot, Beverly Baker, Sue Newhard, Linda Mossburg, Virginia Earnest Third row: Dorothy Stahl, Janet Allen, Joyce Ross, Kitty Thoma, Doris Wilson, Mary Burnau, Marilyn Overholt V Front row, left to right: Susan Cooper, Sharon Goshorn, Betty Smith, Dixie Dennis, Judy Burnau, Judy Hoopingarner, Katharine Burnau Second row: Janet Boxell, Flora Hudlow, Janet Quackenbush, Lillian Osborn, Sharon Brown, Mary Lou McBride, Patty Slain Third row: Linda Brown, Bonnie Fisher, Lois Gaskill, Bernelle Willett, Jane Gardenour Brenda Allen, Janice Gorell FEB: T21 w 4 w EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME Custom Built Furniture Open Tuesday and Saturday Evenings 'I Mile North of Bluffton, Indiana "GRADE A" AND AND DAIRY PRODUCTS VITAMIN "D" HOMOGENIZED PASTEURIZED MILK COTTAGE CHEESE CHOCOLATE MILK COFFEE CREAM BUTTERMILK ORANGE DRINK BUTTER and CHEESE CENTRAL DAIRY 203 W. Market Phone ,Dr 7-.' 1L f-2A4aernf 'LK--'te - - -- f Steffen Hardware 8. Implement Co. John Deere Sales and Service 'I2'I North Main Street Phone 44 BLUFFTON, INDIANA MIDLAND SERVICE STATIQN "The Sign of Friendly Service Bill Garrett Phone 49 Main and South BLUFFTON, INDIANA L. F. HARTMAN BLUFFTQN AND SON FLORISTS sINcI.AIIz GAS AND OIL FLOWERS Tank Wagon CII'Id BLUFFTON INDIANA GIFTS Graden's In Service Station if-- I SIEBERLING TIRES Ph 81 AUTO-LITE BATTERIES PHONE 228 BLUFFTON INDIANA 'IIO W. Washington St. BLUFFTON INDIANA .Mr ,IV , i V ,Q Whig. A , ,E ru, t 11-45:-e-v -W - A f' 'f 'rq1.,41':.LI Ifhf-I 'I 'I4"F" FARMERS COMMUNITY Gnd STATE BANK MERCHANTS BANK Serving More People Every Day FRIENDLY BANKING SERVICE Member Of Member Federal Deposit Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. lnsurome Corporation BLUFFTON INDIANA HUNTINGTON INDIANA GOULD TIRE CO. Wholesale 84 Retail a - 0 'T I' ' RECAPPWG I ICE ACREAMT 223 - 227 S. Jefferson sf. HUNTINGTON, IND. 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