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

 - Class of 1958

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MARCIA BAUGHMAN ..Ma1,t.. Chorus 1, 2, 4 Play 3, 4 4-H 1 Annual 4 Paper 4 FFA 4 Chorus 3,4 Play 4 Bowling 3 Paper 4 A. Annual 4 Chorus 1, 2, 4 Play 4 Triple Trio 1 Annual 4 Paper 4 Secretary 3, 4 'N-il RUSSELL HAINES .. Russ .. TS BRENDA ALLEN " Bren" 3 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1,2,3 +-:P 4-H Twirling 4 X..- Annual 4 Bowling 4 Paper 4 Annual 4 Paper 4 IUDITH BURNAU BONNIE FISHER "Judy" "Cookie " Chorus 1, 2, 3 Sextet 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2 Triple Trio 1 Play 3 4-H 1,2, 3,4 4-H 1,2,3 Paper 4 Latin Club 4 Annual 4 Annual 4 Bowling 3, 4 Paper 4 Trio 3,4 as ,L IANICE CORELL LOIS GASKILL "Ian" "SUSiB-Q" CAROL RAHER "Blondie " rf S. '11, STANLEY CARNEY NSY., Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Play 3, 4 Triple Trio 3, 4 Sextet 4 Twirling 4 Paper 4 Annual 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Stage Manager 3, 4 Reporter 2 FFA 3 Annual 4 Paper 4 X Chorus 1, 2 Latin Club 4 Annual 4 Paper 4 BETTY SMITH "Lizzie" 'N i his LINDA BROWN Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Trio 3, 4 Triple Trio 1,4 Double Qiintet 2 Sextet 3 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4 Play 3, 4 Bowling 3, 4 Annual 4 Paper 4 LARRY STAHL Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Triple Trio 3 4-H 1, 2, 3, 4 Play 3, 4 President 3, 4 Annual 4. Paper 4 Bowling 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Triple Trio 1, 3, 4 Double Quintet 2 Sextet 4 Play 3 Bowling 4 Annual 4 Paper 4 qv' SHARON GOSHORN "Sherry" Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Quartet 3, 4 Rhythm Rangers 2 Band 1, 2 President 2 Treasurer 1 News Reporter 3,4 B. Manager 2 Play 3, 4 Annual 4 Paper 4 Chorus 1, 2, 4 Play 3, 4 Quartet 4 Double Quartet 4 Treasurer 2, 3, 4 News Reporter 1 Rhythm Rangers 2 Annual 4 Paper 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 'J' 'Z' BERNELLE WILLETT "Bee Bee' KIRB MOSSBURG u "I-iirbonga " Chorus 1,2,4 Play 3 Secretary 1, 2 Mr. Middleton's Secretary 4 Annual 4 Paper 4 Annual 4 Bowling 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 4-H 1 Paper 4 1 f ,ff ft T 5 I U DI TH HOOPINGARNER ll y V1 MSX .Aff .Qin , -' 1. Q, ,xx-If . , - - x",X, :-f M 1 I I BERNARD JUMP "Pete" SUSAN COOPER "Sus1e Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Play 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice President 1,2, Track 3,4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Paper 4 Annual 4 -lk Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 'Ny ix Basketball 2, 3,4 'N-A' 4-H 1 FFA 3 Track 3 4 MRS. SARAH BATZKA Sponsor Stage Manager 3,4 CHESTER I-IAINES "Chet 43 Laffy Siahx Ru5seH Haines v X L 5 65 GJ' 'o uauv 'epuaxg G CLass o-'F F155 Q ov 0 71 :. U' Z 9, '5- E U0 NX Nob qi Q59 046' het Ha Jan 00,611 Ines as Cheyfer Haines Janice C91-egg SENIOR CLASS WILL We, the Senior Class of 1958, 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. We, the Seniors, do bequeath to the Faculty the run of the school house again. We, the Seniors, do bequeath to the Juniors our ability to have Mr. Middleton mad at us all the time. We, the Seniors, do bequeath to the Sophomores our ability to make money for their class treasury. We, the Seniors, do bequeath to the Freshmen our ability to get along with the teachers. I, BRENDA ALLEN, do bequeath my ability to stick to one boy friend to Mary Lou Williams I, MARCIA BAUGHMAN, do bequeath my ability to say and do what I think to Sue Brewer. I, LINDA BROWN, do bequeath my pleasing personality to Susan Jennings. I, JUDITH BURNAU, do bequeath my ability to draw a straight line in Art to Jim Levy. I, STANLEY CARNEY, do bequeath my ability to stay away from girls to Fred Crowl. I, SUSAN COOPER, do bequeath my ability to play the accordion to Ronnie Mulles. I, JANICE CORELL, do bequeath my ability to blush to Shelba Jane Denny. I, BONNIE FISHER, do bequeath my ability to be head majorette to Caroline Baughman. I, LOIS GASKILL, do bequeath my ability to get good grades in Latin to Jerry Parrott. I, SHARON GOSHORN, do bequeath my giggle to Molly Wolfe. I, CHESTER HAINES, do bequeath my ability to grow long hair to Mr. Middleton. I, RUSSELL HAINES, do bequeath my manners and will to stay out of trouble my senior year to Kirby Dafforn. I, JUDITH HOOPINGARNER, do bequeath my naturally curly hair to Janet Line. I, BERNARD JUMP, do bequeath my handsome physique to Milo Henderson. I, KIRB MOSSBURG, do bequeath my Blue Bug to Bob Fairchild. I, CAROL RAHER, do bequeath my long blonde hair to Reida Woods. I, BETTY SMITH, do bequeath my dark hair to Lois Settlemeyer. I, LARRY STAI-ll, do bequeath my ability to get my theme sentences written on the board by Miss Patton to Richard Pope. I, BERNELLE WILLETT, do bequeath my ability to sing to Mrs. Rhodes. CLASS OF '58 ALUM I BANQUET What ..... Alumni Banquet Where .... Heartbreak Hotel When ..... 12th of Never Who .A ..... Class of '58 Time ..... 3 o'clock in the morning I am the doorman at Heartbreak Hotel. It is now 3 o'clock in the moming and here comes the first mem- ber ofthe class of '58, It is Linda Brown. She is now president of the Shock Dress Co. One look at her dresses shocks you to death. She's engaged to an ice king from Alaska. Here comes Bernard Jump, who was known as Pete in high school. He's driving a 1904 Maxwell now. Be- hind him are his wife, 10 boys, and 2 girls. Yes, they're all his kids! Except for his wife, that is. He is the coach for his 10 sons' basketball team, and his 2 girls are the cheerleaders. Here comes an army in the form of the Bradburn family, Brenda Allen and Marv, that is. With them they have 3 sets of twins, one set of triplets, and 4 just plain kids. The kids each have a dog with them. See what I mean about the army? Kirb Mossburg zooms in on his caterpillar. He is now owner of the "Kirbonga Caterpillar Construction Corporation. " He specializes in building hotels that are guaranteed to fall flat in two weeks or your money is refunded. Time marches on! Finally, Bernelle Willett, better known as Bee Bee, shows up. Behind her is her ever lovin' hubby. She is featured on her own Movie-vision program, Bee Bee's Batty Babes from Brooklyn. It is sponsored by the Better Belfry Bat Battalion. Oh, by the way, "movie-vision" is a more advanced form of television. See that woman coming in the door with the downswept upswept hair do? Oh, it's Susan Cooper. She is the famous designer of women's head, I mean hair, styles. She works in Paris. Paris, Illinois, that is. Hear those giggles? Garsh, it's only Marcia Baughman Quackenbush and her laughing hyenas. After being voted the class cut-up, she started raising them as a hobby. If you thought she was bad in high school, you should see, I mean hear, her now. "Hee, hee, hee. " There she goes. At every royal party, there are "Kings, " So Bonnie Fisher and Fred pull in. Since they had so much nouble calling each other when they were going together, they built a telephone company. It is designed especially for young couples who call each other pretty often. The name of their company is Hot and Happy Heart to Heart Heart Lines. Better get a big parking space by the looks of this one-half block long red and purple striped Cadillac convertible, complete with green and white polka dotted side walls. 'I'he top is orange, and there are squirrel tails on the dual aerials. As the door opens, a bright pink interior is seen. If you haven't guessed it by now, the car belongs to Stan Carney, the rich playboy bachelor. Here comes a chain of cars. Russ Haines and Nancy have the Haines' Place Apartments. Their motto is "There's no place like this place no where near this place, so stay at Haines' Place. " CLASS HI TGRY On a bright Monday morning of August 28, 1946, the school house was flooded with tears from twenty mother lonesome kids with the thought of leaving Mama. Miss Bernice Martin was our teacher who nied to change our tear stained cheeks to rosy red laughing ones. Brenda Allen, Sammy Boyd, Judy Burnau, Martha Burnau, Linda Brown, Gary Carl, Billy Connett, Janice Corell, Richard Duncan, Bonnie Fisher, Sharon Goshorn, Russell Haines, Judy Hoopingarner, Larry Kumfer, Beatrice Moorefield, Shirley Omspaugh, Jimmy Roussey, Betty Smith, and Larry Stahl were the ones who started on their road to education. Lois Gaskill joined us at Christmas. The summer vacation soon came to an end, and, we found ourselves second graders. Mrs. Shory was our teacher who taught us to write, add, and subtract. We also found out that we had gained Margaret Henry. We lost Gary Carl, Billy Connett, Martha Burnau, and Richard Duncan. As the new school year started, we were big third graders. Part of us still had Mrs. Shory and the rest of us had Mrs. Lesh for our teacher. This year, we had four new students, Roger Guevara, Sylvia Guevara, Janet Fisher, and Susan Cooper. This year, we really had to study, because our lessons were getting harder. We then started our fourth grade . By this time, we thought we were somebody, but we soon found out differently. Mrs. Lesh was our teacher. We gained Donald Bunsold and Billy Levy. We lost Roger Guevara Sylvia Guevara, and Janet Fisher. The fifth year soon rolled around, and we had Mrs. McLean for our teacher. Bernelle Willett, Maxine Osborn, Charlotte Fusselman, Barbara Jackson, and Bernard Jump joined us. Billy Levy left us. Mrs. McLean was our sixth grade teacher also. We gained Patty Slain and Ralph Child. We lost Don- ald Bunsold and Jimmy Roussey, By this time, we really did think we were something. As we became seventh graders, we were all big shots, because we got to move up stairs. As usual, though, it was just like always - Study! Study! all the dme. We gained Kirb Mossburg, Alex Henthorn, Flora Mae Hudlow, and Chet Haines. We lost Charlotte Fusselman, Maxine Osborn, Ralph Child, and Barbara Jackson. In the eighth grade, we gained Stanley Carney, Carol Raher, and Jim Posthumus. We lost Patty Slain, Sammy Boyd, Alex Henthorn, and Flora Mae Hudlow. It was a wonderful day when we entered high school. We all felt like great big giants even though we were referred to as "green" Freshmen. This year, we neither gained nor lost anyone. Next year, we were Sophomores, and as the saying goes, the teachers couldn't tell us much. We gained Marcia Baughman as a student. Here we are again only this time we are Juniors. We did many things this year such as hold a chili supper, scrap drive, bake sale, sell magazines, received our class rings, and gave a play entitled "June Fever. " During the past summer we lost Jim Posthumus. Once again as everyone returns to school, our underclassmen see a new light in our eyes and a broader grin upon ou.r faces, because on our road of education, we have at last become Seniors. This year, We did a lot of things. We sold magazines, Christmas cards, and annuals. We also had a chili supper, gave a play entitled "Let 'er Go Gallagher, " had our pictures taken, and ordered our invitations, caps, and gowns. We neither gained nor lost anyone. Before we ended our road to education at Union Center, we took a nip to Washington, D. C. and New York City. We returned home for graduation exercises on May 4 and 5. As all good things have to come to an end, we, the Seniors, wish to say good-bye and good luck to all the faculty and students at Union Center. Sincerely, The Senior Class of 1958 Janice Corell is one of Russ's paying guests. She designs floor plans for Kirb's hotels. So far, the ceilings have been on the sides, the sides on the floors, and the floors on the ceilings. Maybe she'll have better luck next time. Sharon Goshorn and Jerry have Russ's honeymoon suite. They sure have dented the walls since they moved in. Sharon is giving voice lessons now. Her specialty is bass singers. I forgot to tell you, she pays people to take lessons instead of them paying her. Hey, there are Milward and Carol Raher Miller. They now Live on a Texas sized ranch, in Texas natur- ally. They and their fourteen kids. In her spare time, Carol runs a tri-state restaurant. Lois Gaskill is here just fresh from business college. Yep, she finally made it after nineteen and a half years. Now, if she can find her a boss who will loan her his lap for sitting purposes, she'll be all set. How about this? It's Richard and Judy Hoopingarner Norris. Judy works in an automatic office. They have automatic typewriters, dictaphones, ditto machines, and filing cabinets. Everything works but Judy. Larry Stahl just made it. He lives in a glass house on the bottom of Lake Michigan. That way, he doesn't have to go to the beach to take a bath. Like California peaches? I-Iere's Judy Burnau. She has a grape orchard in California now. Did you say grapes don't grow in orchards? Well, I've never been out of New York. This looks like Chester Haines coming up the walk. I heard he discovered a hair grower for bald-headed men. It's guaranteed to either restore your hair or leave you bald. The last person to arrive is Betty Smith. The reason she is last is because she is a missionary in Africa. She came in a canoe and the Atlantic was sorta rough. From all the noise inside, I'd say that the party is getting pretty well under way. I'll sneak inside and see how it's all coming along. Everyone is going through the strangest gyrations. I believe someone said that it is the dance they learned in high school. Some people are like that. The center of attraction is a long table in the middle of the floor. It is decorated in light blue and white, the class colors. Food is stacked all over it. As I remember, food was their favorite subject in school. Who is the old gray headed lady running back to the table for her fifth time? Mrs. Batzka, we don't have hot dogs at this party. What are you eating ? The sun is slowly rising in the east. The kids are getting restless. This last fact is proved by a number of things. For instance, they are climbing up the blue velvet drapes, walking on the piano, dropping olives in the punch bowl, and one kid, I think he is Bernard's, is crawling around under the table squirting Whipped cream on people's legs. Such fun! Everyone is scrambling around hunting for their off-spring. After they have them collected, they proceed homeward. Thus comes the end of the first alumni banquet of the class of '58, Carol, Brenda, Bernelle ?.Vn'x-v 4 xl 5, -'n .V 4451, ' T 1 JU IOR sfo- 77. Sue Brewer Gary Carl M31'ilYIl CSYOI Gerald Johnson Jim Levy Shirley Merchant '23 'S rxf'X 4651 'Q fu' W'-1-1 1"""7 l, ,NA px It ' ! s Q , ea ,uf 'ws 1 I -1 'J-1 W .- or L OC? ' N ij' ,E , - A Richard Pope Max Reidenbach Wayne Settlemeyer SPONSOR f rf gf-an v ' S: :- v .W - , L 4. l , Y x I ' Molly Wolf rl 4' jg il lr Thurman Smith MR, REBBE ,GN 1 ' N 231 - N xd X' if ,ai ' .. . . - ' ,ga fri' gg ' Kirb Dafforn Milo Henderson Dick Mishler Jerry Parrott fx 'W , " 'K ,' if- ,Gas W V 4 Q ,i 2 , I 'ox M ,s U 5 m Ji S, ES- Q95 ' 1 -0' rf I , M lk Loren Sickafus Ardith Smith ini X CLASS OFFICERS Wayne, Max, and Jerry Marilyn and Shirley 549' ' A5231 " X XS. f M.. ..f Af X ,"Vv X ' 433121.12 X -2: ' 13:1 Myron Bradburn Mary Ann Gerber OPHOM ORE p Linda Judy Bonnie Burnau Caston Cooper Floyd Larry Ronnie Meyer Meyer Mulles Xm Nklfrlx' ,Eff .X V' qt: f. X N 3 N.. w 'A X :.. .I I fa N X - 2 :sf I 5 1:-:fa 5 X -x., QNX.. . --wg:-.X--:rf "s: .,N'Rk S . x x X. X X ,J -1,5 .--.. :F-5' .Q15:.,'. w::5::,::. f,::3e:.". - . ,- Y X x ' X X ES? 'L -. :IX .1 ,ia , .. EX X C 2 .Z I . 5 Q ,j,,,fx. Shelba Jane Cathy Carolene Denney Fare Fishbaugh Lane Phillip Rose ' Ne therland Norris Osborn s 1 K Q 1 ir" - .!'?"" Q I x X l MQ N X Qu Xvwf? X f- x X xx NX X N sg X w XQ R X xwoxxx xxf X X. Q X fl X , X. ,TX 3 3 inf eq' 'Nt Oni ' X '-'P+ ' Q X ' - Q?" g YN vaio ' 261: C as Th' . : - V 'six ','1 Ai f. I. A Y X AH Sl' I 2 f si lilly li ay - X .X -. X 'lr if - ' . .Xi It I Karen Kathrine Sharon Tony Quackenbush Richardson Sickafus Tomei SPONSOR JOHN WALMSLEY Mary Lou Nancy Reida Williams Wilson Woods OFFICERS Bonnie Cooper, Nancy Wilson, Lane Netherland, Myror Bradburn. FRE HME r 'Sl Z sei' if , 3:61 Q' ' " 'J' 1' up F' '35 5? ' 31A -f..'.,, T' 3 0 .-23,5 it .6 4 ,G it g 5 'Hg -FM :sv -ii S F '-v A X . Sv --if .J V- K-sy 5 . , K xl ' " li , 51" . E N za' , S I Q : L ll 1 ' v . 1 i ' Wendell Caroline Janice Steve Fred Bob Tom Bookout Baughrrlan CSICY Campbell Crowl Fairchild Fisher Lois Ruth Keith Jack Janet Becky Dave Fl'iIZ FFIIZ Galloway Keidel Line Lipkey McBride 'f '- we Q F I: Q ,Q . N 'A 7:4-N' , r 2 1 ti ,SLN I , X 4 Q ' - 'N , n , 1 1 Q V I 5 . ' Sf' J F I f""T F ' XA!! , J' F x " F Q ,I A gift F l J .wNl'.Fu'i ,Aft V W F F F . F A' F 3 ,fir F ,. A A a ' . 'Q-D f F F R F- 1 J F X . . 'N 1- - 23: 73 ' 4' - F f P Q ' ie 5 , AQIR V 0.5 U V 3: 'x ,F ,ki Jig' X' , ,. A 5 V t in ALE if-if l i Dave Margie Bruce Lois Jerry Karen MRS, RHODES McClure Raher Reidenbach Settlemeyer Shutt Stolte Sponsor 'Q CLASS OFFICERS Tom, Dave and Becky Jerry and Janet EIGHTH GRADE " 'woke-:+f:f.f-:....::1,i:.w:-suv-rznzxz-.--1 if sw-Qzfrwrf www "" - 1-33 g " . V' r .9 - from Q' , - ' - , F ' , N f i f .f ie- 1 " 4 S- :ws N, ...ds J . 4 eggs' A 1 -de A, ' g ,,,. 1- 5 1 l' E 1" W' - " x i X '5 JAY. 22 -X . 'L . . -ax' ggi? iff . 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IQ . i " jx. ' Nff :dr I if I , V - I I :Q - f 1 f . A --1 9' , N -- ,if I Wwe Q..- I THIRD GRADE . A 6 A 1 -'Ol sw' FIRST ROW: Don Bailey, Herman Bertsch, Homer Bert- sch, Dale Best, Paul Bottorff, Kathy Burger. SECOND ROW: Keith Burnau, Connie Caley, Ellen Jo Cayot, Sharleen Chaney, Sharon Calvin, Gene Cook. THIRD ROW: Mickey Cupp, Michael Dawson, Marjorie De Walt, Judy Eichhorn, Rex Fate, Linda Gallaway. FOURTH ROW: Kathleen Glant, Sandra Glant, Ed Has- ler, David Jennings, De Wayne Miller, Eddie Millican. FIFTH ROW: Glenna Osborn, Susan Scott, Diane Slater, Jo Ellen Smith, Joan Sprinkle, Leon Tarr. SIXTH ROW: Wayne Waters, Carolyn Fulton, Phyllis Hurraw. V- , gd.. A ,,.. 9 lv 1, ,J Ri' Q' Rm 551 t " I " ix Q ,, 'f - -, - . ...i V g HI 5 BB Aq 1 Iii ' if ,fs we ul vm 3 ... ..-isa ,... is ff P .-an 1 1 3 no- -,B -A . -A-of vt- - we -.-o ft 4. .15 - . W M' ., W .0 - .El-. .,, I. it . Q 'QC I -.-Ma ,..X N.. we 3, if -6 xi 4- -sw ' " .. 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SIXTH ROW: Charles Stein, Paul Stein, Jane Young. 0 wr .ea..Y .Qu-fv Y? -.... '--" f +1 '. S....- 'F fini Q . -UUA .go-1 , , sf ' 'wwf "nr, " Q 51 J 6 -. .0 1' -' ' - 'Q -ri V sf, p N - "1 t I L. .1 . -as i T K RTX ,f- A V ff: 'fr H.. .- ,- .'1"-+W'i'lf1'4 .wav .T . NX HV it gl Nd 1-Lg! hi' " -. ,yr3LL"1:llflNL ff! f. . 45" , 'Y' 2 6 of 'W ,, , Q , I. V ' L h K .-.1 -, 4' Ov. L 'A f k I ' v if f - 'Cf F ' W D R AV I 1' FW 1 1 i H 4 A i " . 'I 1 K , - 'Q I VV 4 ls. I . Q - - .- -K - -- - Q -- ' 3. ' " ..- :.. Z.. , N C v vf, ,u. ,P ' ' , . f 1 PX ' ii H - -' . lf! . 'F J 1 44. . V, Z-, .QA .G ,Q A .O,,,, l -v- 5. L: 2 ' A. J' V , S -:lp -Q.: i -Q: 1. V , -N fr 5 W Y' , Q, a k'A"' X , fe if . I ., 1 ' "ff 3 J -' ' F f r ' -, 4 aim 'A , x 4 ... -15 vw-ar , F , '-T' ' 53 " 1 ,A+ , ,V H' . . 8 Vw ,V V ,--. -lg, -. -iiilfl-fl-ff--F ' ---.Q Ei. D. . ...QL L -1 -' .6 - St' FIFTH ROW: Kenneth Huguenard, Dennis Johnson, Gerald Lee, Marilyn Lesh, Marian Lipkey, Kimball Mack. . ' N Q1 .2 ... is .3-t g' -itf ' ':.f.Q Patton, Daniel Scott. SEVENTH ROW: Richard Springer. SIXTH ROW: Vickie Miller, Dorothy Millican, Brian Netherland, Charles Peak Jr., Glenna FIRST ROW: Gary Allen, Terry Arch- bold, Wayne Best, Jams Blaising, Mich- ael Blew, David Bush- ee. SECOND ROW: Kir- by Caley, Ruth Cast- on,Ka1'enCayot, Ron- nie Chaney, Billy Cun- ningham, James Deck- er. THIRD ROW: Doug- las Diehl, Brenda Eichhorn, Phillip El- let, Susan Eversole, Gary Fauz, Linda Ful- ton. 64' Q06 6 One talented Senior Ss 06061502 'Ko Q95 di' ,iw Y fd? x00 OQGQ '94- 'b f Now that's not the way I heard xt. .fee 66 Q ev 000, 1, "fam 46, , Q 690041 "Qi p"aff..Q 0 'Sb 61 aoy I 65 . K. 'O-5 YJ A Get 'em clean IX" l 45... I love this job salia Am Bupsax lsnf IEISEIHI-I3 Dig this crazy Govemment class Noon clean-up fi . , Dance with me, Henry Wake up, Stan, you'll spill the chili 1 r .Abi f0gI"6tl0A5 X f ' X , s 'P In x . , Gerald Johnson - Junior V 1' Varsity 3 years J if fd hui t 'S 'Xu I Q is 4 I . Gary Carl - Junior ' g s . Varsity 3 years ' LN IA 1 Varsity 2 years Lane Netherland - Sophomore If Varsity 2 years if k A ! i I y N I . , 5 4 'X xx Dick Mishler - Jlmior -' 1.4--.1 ,..i. FX y 5 2 Varsity 2 years '- xx -V J r V r w . X K N N ff Bernard Jump - Senior .,-'XX X1 if x 5 2 , .1 X f F Z1 n , 3 Myron Bradburn - Sophomore V1 Varsity 1 year ' ' - i " I ' 3 , I, ' ' U X 3 Chester Haines - Senior Varsity 2 years Nancy Wilson, Karen Quackenbush, Bonnie Cooper J 1 jx ,x,4-' 11-45 Tony Tomei - Sophomore Varsity 1 year Ardith Smith - Junior Varsity 1 year X 5 3' . , k 1 u 5 ' i' rf h,,,,1 Mr, I XA' 3 l . C 4 4 - Q -f --of VARSITY Left to right: Tony Tomei, Ardith Smith, Dick Mishler, Myron Bradburn, Chester Haines, Joe Halmess Coach Gary Carl. LHI16 Netherland, Bernard Jump, Gerald Johnson, Phillip Norris, Carl gets another rebound! Block that shot! Hit it, Gary! gl, 4 X A-L W1 '27 ,5 K ,ut Si A5 v www ECO D TEAM BACK ROW: David McBride, Keith Gallaway, Myron Bradburn, Mr. Halmess, Coach Wayne Settlemeyer, Jim Levy, Tony Tomei. FRONT ROW: Jack Keidel, Ardith Smith, Tom Fisher, Loren Sickafus, Student Manager Phillip Norris, Jerry Shutt, and Fred Crowl, FRESHMAN TEAM BACK ROW: Loren Sickafus, Student Manager, David McBride, Keith Gallaway, Mr. Hal mess, Coach, Bruce Reidenbach, David McClure, and Jerry Shutt. FRONT ROW: Ardith Smith, Jack Keidel, Tom Fisher, Fred Crowl, and Robert Fairchild .,,..,0,,, ,..,..,,,... ll! 'emu' w- JU IOR HIGH TE M AND YELL LEADER BACK ROW: Bob Link, Vernon Bradburn, Mickey McPeak, Sammy Berrsch, Danny Cooper, Coach Mr. Rebbe Tommy Bailey, Gerald Dennis, Kendric Chaney, David Fate, Mike Slater. MIDDLE ROW: Bob Bender, Jim- my Browp, David Johnson, Danny Archbold, Dale Cayot, Don Grim, Kedric Bailey, Richard Fairchild, Jim Wolfe, Larry Gaskill. FRONT ROW: Ellen Barnes, Sonja Smith, Suellen Shepler, Cathy Lipkey. ,J A PRESENT FROM THE BOYS 1- if I I IU 'bgg- ufv ef BACK ROW: Tom Fisher, Dave McClure, Richard Mishler, Lane Netherland, Joe Halrness, Bernard Jump, Keith Gallaway, Dave McBride, Tony Tomei. FRONT ROW: Jerry Shutt, Jack Keidel, Gerald Johnson, Fred Crowl, Phillip Norris, Ardith Smith. We have wings Ya, Rah on our feet! Union! A-.. Gb my gosh! Watch out Gary has the ball! Lane! F CULTY J -J vs: I A MR. MIDDLETON MRS. RUTENBERG and and His Secretary Her Secretary 1 A" Q, :ir 'kv 'll 1 :L .S I r '4 q, A, 0 1' f"'F THE ANNUAL STAFF THE PAPER STAFF . V ,ns , . it ' .1 R 1 t '-gf 1 Wi t Xi 5 ' J Yi E V . F H ' ' 5. Snoody, here's your little A Buggin's Wuggin's 7. I hope you're gettin' a load o' this, Elmer! I. So you're the one that switched them cows! 6. It looks like we belong to the same mutual admiration society. Q nxt .lP"" K V PLAY cAsT ' 1 or .V ' iq 1957 9. We're going to the Malt Shoppe 4. Is Donna here? for hamburgers. 3. Mooley kicked me! 2. Oh hum ..... It's dress rehearsal. 1. Gettin' Ready. -,-w-.Q - ,X-,vawr-M-www-saw-gf.-y 4 Q ,X V., fw . FIRST ROW: Philip Norris, Bernard Jump, Coach, Joe Halrness, Richard Mishler, Gerald Johnson. SECOND ROW: Myron Bradburn, Gary Carl, Chester Haines, Lane Netherland, Thurman Smith. TRACK .mfg Nh QQ X Qi . -.W .xo 'QQ Qi' QI' fo .Qc .D 0'-I fl, Q? Q, ff? 1 Z7 A Q6 Q' ' 1 ,os flf 4, fee gbb boo 06 Q3 43 '16, .gs Q03 '50, 4 fo-6 QQ? '51 Q . . GIRL ' CHORU FIRST ROW: Janice Caley, Judith Hoopingarner, Shirley Merchant, Bonnie Cooper, Janet Line, Caroline Fishbaugh, Mary Ann Gerber, Karen Stolte, Margie Raher, Director, Joe Huffman. SECOND ROW, Car- oline Baughman, Judy Burnau, Susan Cooper, Bonnie Fisher, Sharon Goshorn, Marilyn Cayot, Marcia Baughman, Rita Woods, Judy Caston. THIRD ROW: Lois Fritz, Lois Settlemeyer, Ruth Fritz, Becky Lipkey Brenda Allen, Carol Raher, Bernelle Willett, Linda Brown, Karen Quackenbush, Katherine Richardson. l- T BOYS' CHORU FIRST ROW: Robert Fairchild, David McClure, Steve Campbell, Ardith Smith, Stanley Carney, Jackie Keidel, Fred Crowl, Director, Joe Huffman. SECOND ROW: Tom Fisher, David McBride, Larry Stahl, Russell Haines, Kirby Mossburg, Chester Haines, Myron Bradburn, Keith Gallaway. Xi 9 2 7f1b,l-V ,rf'Ll N I MIXED CHORU FIRST ROW: Robert Fairchild, Stanley Carney, David McClure, Janice Caley, Judith Hoopingarner, Shirley Mer chant, Bonnie Cooper, Janet Line, Caroline Fishbaugh, Mary Ann Gerber, Karen Stolte, Margie Raher, Fred Crowl, Ardith Smith, Jackie Keidel, Joe Huffman, Director. SECOND ROW: David McBride, Steve Campbell, Torruny Fisher, Caroline Baughrnan, Judy Burnau, Susan Cooper, Bonnie Fisher, Sharon Goshorn, Marilyn Cayot, Marcia Baughman, Rida Woods, Judy Caston, Keith Gallaway, Russell Haines. THIRD ROW: Larry Stahl, Kirb Mossburg, Lois Fritz, Lois Settlemeyer, Ruth Fritz, Becky Lipkey, Brenda Allen, Carol Raher, Bernelle Willett, Linda Brown, Karen Quackenbush, Katherine Richardson, Myron Bradburn, Chester Haines. V ' Xi Y s Q! . 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Time for the bell, Kids Go Man Go! Make it pretty, Girls! This space sponsored by 'E' FIIX E-50 962 ll8242l lllllul, nnnul. on IRLER THE LATI CLASS STANDING: Mrs. Shull. Left to right: Mary Lou Williams, Jerry Parrott, Milo Henderson, Cathy Fate Shelba Jane Denney, Molly Wolfe, Lois Gaskill, Betty Smith. F.F.A.R is Ill N-1 X FIRST ROW: Fred Crowl, Dave McBride, Max Reidenbach, Mr. Wamsley, Thurman Smith, Ardith Smith, Jerry Shutt. SECOND ROW: Jack Keidel, Keith Gallaway, Wendell Bookout, Russell Haines, Floyd Meyer Larrv Mever- Bruce Reidenbach. Steve Camnhell- Tom Fisher. X X Ingenious Carpenters Noon Hour at Union Center This space sponsored by FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Harry R. Couch, Agency Manager Wells County A - - JU IOR Carolene Fishbaugh GIRLS' 4-H FIRST ROW: Janice Correll, Sharon Gosh- om, Linda Brown, Janice Caley, Caroline Baughman, Janet Line, Lois Settlemeyer, Mary Ami Gerber, Rida Woods, Carolene Fishbaugh, Ruth Fritz. SECOND ROW: Donna Blew, Deanna Halmess, Amanda Burnau, Sonja Smith, Claire Smith, Sandy Miller, Cathy Lipkey, Lynne Tho- mas, Joanna Jump, Donna Ltolte, Mar- cella Bradburn, Heidi Stinebeck, Marcia Richardson. THIRD ROW: Diane Reed, Jamie Zeddis, Barbara Burnau, Becky Crowl, Carolyn DeWalt, Elaine Reed, Gwen Line, Cheryl Smith, Charlene Miller, Connie Stahl, Audrey Woods, Brenda Mercer, Terry Stine, Barbara Brown, Bonnie Reidenbach. BOYS' 4-H FIRST ROW: Max Reidenbach, Loren Sicka- fus, Janice Correll, Carolene Fishbaugh, Lois Settlemeyer, Caroline Baughman, Milo Henderson, Mr. Walrnsley. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Brown, Steve Campbell, Bruce Reid- enbach, Wayne Settlemeyer, Keith Galla- way, Jack Keidel, Gerald Johnson, Ardith Smith, Danny Archabold, Danny Cooper, Gerald Dennis. THIRD ROW: David John- son, Bob Scott, Kevin Crist, Jimmy Moss- burg, Jeffrey Hart, Dickie Merryl, Victor Baxter, Tom Stein, Dennis Elliot, Roger Miller, Dennis Lesh. , LEADER 3, ,X I Q I Sharon Goshorn Linda Brown 1 - 1 A A - AN FIRST ROW: Joe Huffman, Denny Cook, Gary Brown, Lynn Woods, Deanna Halmess, Karen Clark, Charlotte Diehl. SECOND ROW: Kevin Crist, Richard Murrell, David Cupp, Kerry Crow, Dennis Ellett, Donald Grim. THIRD ROW: Larry Vance, Steven Freds, Gary Fate, Bob Link, Bobbie Scott. 5 ,A E Q I BEGINNERS BAND STANDING: Vernon Bradburn, David Johnson, Joe Huffman, Carolyn DeWalt. BACK ROW: Gerald Dennis, Jimmy Brovm, Danny Cooper, Claire Smith, Lynn Thomas, Linda Gurtner. FIRST ROW: Fred Crowl, Randy Smith, Lois Settlemeyer, Patty Vance, Sonja Smith, Ellen Barnes, Londa Lash. -.,,,.-.,, -,Um U -.-..,,,, r 'y-V... 'ff V -..W . ,JH .,, AA. - -v.-. Q, 5 l N: A v nf mm Vim. 'T j' .f F.: 1. x -ww THE OSSIAN JOURNAL ELZEY Q SON Local News Ossian - Wayneda GOSHORN MARKET DONATIONS G. C. Murphy Co. L. L. Bender Bluffton Auto Supply Eley Television Drs. Johnson R Trubey Rhodes' Grocery Your Home of Nationally Advertised Brands Ball Band Footwear Key Work Clothes Herff-Jones Co. Ossian Indiana FIRMAN BURGESS Compliments of S 8 L GRAVEL Phone 25W Zanesville Indiana Markle Indiana Plumbing - Heating - Wiring . . , George Corell 8: Sons Let LARRY - GEORGE - JERRY Do It General Contractor Markle, Indiana SK 8-5824 le Bluffton Bluffton Bluffton Bluffton Bluffton Bluffton Courtesy of M. C. George John Don Jim JOHN W. CARNALL 8 SONS Abstracts of Title General Insurance Real Estate - Loans 201-2-3 Utility Building Bluffton, Indiana Phone 82 HMay We Serve Youn MOSER IMPLEMENT CO. Dealers of Allis-Chalmers Massey Harris New Idea New Holland Dunham Farm Machinery Phillips Farm Tires Bluffton, Ind. Phone 203 Compliments of THE WESTERN AUTO Bluffton Indiana SUNIER AND LOCKWOOD, INC. General Insurance Including Life Bluffton Indiana Bluebird Diamonds LAW'S TIME SHOP 109 South Johnson Street Bluffton, Indiana Hamilton--Bulova Wyler--Faith R S 5 M STUDIO Complete Photographic Servlce Cameras and Supplies Bluffton Indiana 703 W Wabash Street Phone 1313 Bluffton Indiana FARLINGS FINER FOODS, INC Meats Groceries Fruits State Road l, North Bluffton, Indlana SWISHER LUMBER CO., INC. E. Market St. Pho Farmers and Merchants Bank Friendly Banking Member of Service FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Bluffton, Indiana 101 So. Main St. Telephone 15 Bluffton Cooper Rest Home Care of Convalescents or Aged REGISTERED NURSES--OPERATORS 306 West Wabash Phone 1623 New and Used Furniture, Stoves, Rugs, Pianos WE CLEAN RUGS AND CARPETS 'WAIDS BUY SELL AND TRADE BLUFFTON ne 161 3 llilllllllll llllllllll Bluffton Indiana Bluffton Compliments of THE BOWLING CENTER Bluffton Compliments of DR. J. T. SCOTT Optometrist Bluffton Indiana ROSE HILL DAIRY Grade HAH Milk Phone 423 Bluffton, Indiana Compliments From The Following Bluffton HOUSER CHEVROLET SALES Chevrolet Cars 5 Trucks GLEN O. MARSH Ford Cars 8 Trucks Ossian q SUMMERS MOTOR SALES Chevrolet Cars Q Trucks PUBLIC SERVICE STATION Chrysler Q Plymouth Zanesville SHEPLER MOTOR SALES Chrysler E Plymouth 'X MILK W JOHN GALLMAN, INC. Dodge H Plymouth WARE BAKER CO. International Trucks Cadillac Cars URBAN CITY GARAGE Ford Cars 8 Trucks DEDICATION ii' if tukttirt tiitti 'ki'i'i"k'k i'i"k'k'k'k i'i'A"k'k'k i"k'ki'i"k ff , , f M, ff '- On behalf of the Senior Class, we would like to dedicate our year book to you, Mr. Haffner. Old - First National Bank In Bluffton A COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE Member F. D. I. C. Franklin Electric Co. Dependable Electric Motors East Spring Street Bluffton Indiana The Dutch Mill Serving Parties and Banquets Bluffton Indiana HOn the Banks of the Wabashn nCustom-Builtu Gerber Furniture and Re-Upholstery Of Bluffton EXCLUSIVE HOME FURNISHINGS Bluffton Indiana Grade "A" MILK AND DA IRY PRODUCTS Vitamin "D" Homogenized PASTEUR IZED M ILK CHOCOLATE MILK BUTTERMILK COTTAGE CHEESE COFFEE CREAM ORANGE DRINK BUTTER AND CHEESE CENTRAL DAIRY 230 West Market Street Bluffton, Indiana Phone 120 Night Phone 1335 L I F E is just one Graduation ' XT -sl f .-Q I X sal Nun' f Ni after another . . ! Whether you're graduating from high school or college. getting married, or moving into a new home. it's an experience to re- member and marks a milestone in your life. We at Indiana 8: Michigan Electric Com- pany are closely associated with you as you pass these milestones. for low cost. depend- able electricity is an important part of every- day living. You live better electrically today! But what the future holds tor you in even better living through electricity is hard to imagine. As you continue your educational program or enter into the business world. you can always be sure there will be plenty of electric power available so you can live better . . . electrically! ' 14 ' ,Z THE BLUFFTON PRINTERY Commercial Printers Phone 617 Bluffton Indiana MASTERSON TYNDALL CO Clothing and Shoes For Dad and Lad HOOSIER GRAIN AND SUPPLY COMPANY Grain - Fertilizer Seeds - Coal Feed and Grinding Phone 746 Bluffton Indiana SHAFER TRACTOR SALES State Road 116, South Bluffton, Indiana Bluffton Indiana THOMA 5 SON Funeral Directors Furniture Floor Coverings Bluffton Indiana SCHOTT MEAT MARKET Custom Curing Bluffton Indiana Phone 200 GRETCHEN'S FASHIONS Styles for Juniors Misses and Half Sizes 123 S. Johnson St. Bluffton Indiana MOSER SUPER SERVICE Complete One-Stop Service Marion and Market Street Phone 300 Bluffton Indiana Compliments of MARKLE GRAIN CO. INC. East Elevator Markle Indiana UNIONDALE MARKET AND LOCKER SERVICE We Do Custom Butchering at Your Farm Please Call Uniondale 44 for Further Information and Butchering Dates A K O U N T R Y I Home Made Pie A T Good Coffee C Uniondale, Indiana H Ada, Mary Ann 5 Vicki E Williamson Uniondale, Indiana A N HOUTZ BODY SHOP Wrecks Repaired - Paint Shops Lass Installed - Wheel Balancing Auto Accessories - Seat Covers Luster Seal - Car Washes Phone 5 1niondale Indiana SCHWARTZ 5 SON GARAGE General Auto and Tractor Repairing Texaco Gas and Oil Uniondale Indiana Phone 52 Cupp STANDARD OIL Phone 57-0 Uniondale Indiana UNIONDALE MACHINE 8 WELDING Phone 22 Uniondale Indiana CASEY'S CABIN STANDARD STATION Batteries, Tires, Mufflers 9 Pipes Uniondale Indiana Bob J'ohn Compliments of STOCKMAN PRODUCE CO Markle, Indiana Diamonds lggiggsnmwmwgigggi 15555 4553? 1 w Engraving BOTTS JEWELRY ,467 D Watch--Jewelry Repairs Dial SK 8-5121 Markle ELMER MOSSBURG 8 SONS General Contractor Phone SK - 8-5742 Markle R. 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Repairs Huntington Indiana Huntington Indiana 224 East Franklin D MARX AND SONS Stetson Hats Arrow Sh1TtS THE MEN S SHOP Gulf Stream' and HESQUIPG' Slaks nMuHS1Hg Underwear Huntington Indiana Since 1874 Markle Indiana ELECTROLUX PAUL H SCHWARTZ Phone 65 Zanesville, Indiana LA QUISSE DAFFORN FLORIST R R. l Yoder, Indiana Phone Zanesville 58-K HFor a Clean Homeu EVERETT GASKILL GROCERIES AND MEATS Featuring Little Elf Products Phone 32-W Zanesville Indiana gii?ik SHEEU RA ' 9' ROEBUCK SHELL SERVICE Call Us for Your Trucxing Stone Gravel Dirt Etc Phone 4 Zane ville IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIlI , N Z eg X f 6 is 3 f 'Q 5 1 .1' 1 is 5 wi Six N 4 . . X., .. "f'Z03V 5559 . , 11:39 . 7 7 3 ' S . ZANESVILLE LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO. INC. Lumber and Builders' Supplies Phone 52 Zanesville Indiana TRAVELER'S INN Meat - Short Orders Homemade Pies Junction 3 and 303 Zanesville Indiana Compliments of GEIGER'S RADIO AND APPLIANCE Your General Electric Store Zanesville Indiana Phone 41-J Plumbing - Heating - Wiring RICHARDSON'S GROCERY Quality Merchandise Friendly Service Selected Fruits and Vegetables Grade HAH Meats Zanesville Indiana Phone 47-W GLEN S. OVERHOLT Markle, Indiana General Contracting SK 8-2831 A11 Types of Building and Remodeling GREENAWALT FURNITURE Quality Furnishings Decorator Service Floor Covering Gifts for the Home Phones Store SK 8-5451 Res. SK 8-2683 Markle Indiana TECHNICAL FARM SERVICE 8 SUPPLY Propane Domestic Fuel - Tractor Fuel Ammonia - Phosphate - Potash Economy Fertilizer Program Greatest returns for each dollar spent. SK 8-5411 Markle Indiana HUNTER SUPPLY HOUSE If we ain't got it you don t need it. Automotive and Electrical Supplies Ossian Indiana H 7 I H 7 LINES SHELL SERVICE U S Tires and Batteries Phone SK 8-5581 Markle Indiana MARKLE LUMBER CO Phone SK 8 3151 Markle Indiana I Compliments of State Bank of Markle Friendly H Complete Banking Service Deposits Insured by F.D.I.C. Markle Indiana . -V iw V V .. ,1 71'-' ADVISORY BOARD On January 1, 1958, Rockcreek High School and Union Center High School became consolidated. The name of the new school is the Western Wells Consolidated School Corporation. The two tovm- ships approved consolidation by a majority vote. There are five men on the new advisory board. Jesse Haffner and Doyle Espech are on the board because they are ex-officio members. Russell Stinson, whose term expires August 1, 1960, and Carl Reidenbach, whose term expires August 1, 1959, were chosen by the respective advisory boards in their townships. These four members chose the fifth member, Darrell Gilbert, who will serve until August 1, 1961. Mr. Espech is Ueasurer of the board. Mr. Haffner is the president and Mr. Stinson is the secre- tary. . W... wi, w l aj 4 Ossian State Bank Our Aim: Better Service Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation CHRONISTER DRUG STORE Drugs - Cosmetics Sodas - Toiletries Cameras - Films Movie Equipment Wallpaper - Paints Ossian Indiana There is no place Like this place Anywhere near this place CITY MARKET Ossian Indiana So this must be the place! GLOBE HATCHERY AND SUPPLY U S R O P Pedigree Babcock White Leghorns Rapid Feathering White Rocks Pullorum Clean Ossian, Indiana THE RADIO SHACK Sales and Service R.C.A. Victor Television HWe Repair All Makesu Phone l24 Ossian Indiana MAHNENSMITH BROS. Coal and Trucking Phone 95 M Ossian Indiana STAHL'S MARKET Groceries, Meats and Gas wi Jct. l 3 224 Phone Tocsin l5 or 12 1 . I1 x 'H' ll,,. 4. I .QI 1. ex L 'K 1 -Q li 2? T 51- Ta' 1-' -'Q 'v 51l'gAJ:E'7 '4 is V ,f fu 'Q- Q4-1,0 f 4 u ,H v wp uA ' 1 Q . ml.. kazaa 1751! . X lux K 'V ny V . 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