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The Buttermilk, Kansas, Softball Team, circa 1950.

The Buttermilk, Kansas, Softball Team, circa 1950. 

Back row, left to right: Ralph Oller, Donnie Huck, Delmar Huck, Paul Guizlo, ___?, Manuel Huck, Harry Lohrding, Jim Haas and ___?.  

2nd row: Norman Huck, Fred Lohrding, Merle Richardson, Ostwalt Huck, Jr. Oller, Cecil Wilson, Clifford Blount, Vernon Huck, Ernest Oller. 

Front row: Carol Oller, Erma Wilson, Sharon Oller, Luane Lee Huck, Ronnie Lohrding and Larry Huck.  Photograph from the collection of Delmar Huck.

Back row, left to right: Ralph Oller, Donnie Huck, Delmar Huck, Paul Guizlo, ___?, Manuel Huck, Harry Lohrding, Jim Haas and ___?
2nd row: Norman Huck, Fred Lohrding, Merle Richardson, Ostwalt Huck, Jr. Oller, Cecil Wilson, Clifford Blount, Vernon Huck, Ernest Oller.
Front row: Carol Oller, Erma Wilson, Sharon Oller, Luane Lee Huck, Ronnie Lohrding and Larry Huck

"This picture was in the possession of my Uncle Delmar Huck, who passed away in 2001. His wife, Wanda Oller Huck, sent it to me. I know Donnie Huck died during the war in 1953. He was 21 when he died. In this picture, he looks about like Hucks do at 17 or 18 yr old. My guess is that the photo was taken about 1950." -- Bobbi (Hackney) Huck, 29 Nov 2002.


Donald Keith Haas Korean War Casualty

Harold Dean Haas, a member of the Buttermilk Softball Team in the late 1950's.

Vernon Huck


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