Unidis High School - Trojan Herald Yearbook (West Milford, WV)
- Class of 1945
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Text from Pages 1 - 68 of the 1945 volume:
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PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF
UNIDIS HIGH SCHOOL
WEST MILFORD WEST VIRGINIA
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fense of our country Though they
are absent they have not been for
gotten and We WlSh them a speedy
vlctory and a safe return to then'
homes and frlends
6wE wish to acknowledge the ser-
Seated Left to right Eugene Bowen Jack Saurbourne Evelyn Varner
James Wlndon Eleanor Lee Marcrum June Allman Standing Mlss Bond Mary
Frances Kennedy Ardell Costley Mrs Buswell Blll Coffmdafler
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Mars Franceq Kennedy
Managel Eleanox Lee Marcrum
Ardell Costlex Lx elxn Warnel
Xlxeem 'Nepps Nlnldxed Rxchards
Ruth Benedum Alma Dlllblll
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E. L. MHRCRUM
A. M. Teachers Colleee, Columbia University
Fourteen years successful experience as principal of Unidis
High School and West Milford Grade School
Service as El Y. M. C. A. Secretary
with the A. E. F. in France During
World War I
Commercial and English
A. B. Bowling Green Bus. U.
M. E. Univ. of Pittsburgh
Richwood H. S. '27-'39
Unidis High since '39
Science and Geography
A. B. Salem College
Graduate Work at W. Va. U. and
Flemington High School '19-'20
Lost Creek High School '21-'24
Unidis High since '24
MARY CATHERINE BUSWELL
A. B. Ohio Wesleyan
Univ. of Michigan Summer
Univ. of Wisconsin Summer
North View Jr, High '36-'40
Unidis Since '43
B. S. H. E. W. Va. U.
Unidis since '43
Buswell Eva nson
History and Physical Education
A. B. Salem College
Univ. of Michigan Summer
W. Va. Summer
Jacksonburg' High School '24-'25
Pineville High School '26-'27
Wallace High School '27-'32
Littleton High School '32-'33
Harrisville High School '33-'42
Unidis since Jan. '44
B. S. in Agriculture W. Va.
M. A. W. Va.
Day Brook High School '36-'38
Unidis since '39
Social Science, Librarian
and Public Speaking
A. B, Davis and Elkins College
Graduate Work at Ohio State
and West Virginia Univ.
Unidis High since '33
Unidis High School
Hutton Killingsworth Bailey
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Senxor Class Pres
nd 1 3 4 Pres
Speech Club 3 4 Pres 4
Baseball 3 4
Football 3 4
Student Councll 4
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Asslst Ed Yearbook 4
Operetta 1 2 3 4
'I-Ie was a gentleman fro soul to crown
Vlce Pres of Class 4
Sec Treas Class 3
Band 1 4 Manager 4
Operetta 2 3 4
Pep Club 2
Speech Club 3 4
Student Councll 4
Act Ed Yearbook 4
Stage Manager 4
Not obtruslve very retlred all the more
Sec Treas Class 4
Speech Club 3
And she was a damsel of delicate mold wrth
halr like the sunshme and heart of gold
Glee Club 2 3 4 Pres 3
Cheerleader 2 3 4
Band Sponsor 3 4
Speech Club 2 3 4
Pep Club 2 3 4
Snapshot Ed Yearbook 4
Mlnstrel 1 2 3
Trxo 3 4
RUTH BEN EDUM
So wmsome and slghtly
So saucy and sprlghtly
Sec of Class 1
Home Ec Club 1
Pep Club 2 4 Parhamentarlan
Speech Club 3 4
Happy am I from care I m free
Why arent they all contented llk
V1ce Pres Home Ec Club 4
Pep Club 4
Speech Club 4
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All your thoughts are begurled
Speech Club 4
Home Ec 1 4 Sec Treas 4
Allman Benedum Burge Clevenger
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ALMA DURBIN Salutatorlan
She possesses a sweet, attractive kmd of GEORGE MOFFETT
Home Ec Club 1
Speech Club 4 Vlce Pres of Class 1
A man of such a gemal mood
Basketball Manaoer 1
MARY FRANCES KENNEDY Valedlctorlan Speech Club 4
And kmd the womans eyes and mnocent Ope etta 4
And all her bearmg gracious Junior Play
V1ce Pres of Student Body 4
Home Ee Club 2 4 Pres 4
Pep Club 1 2 4 Vlce Pres
Speech Club 3 4 Sec Treas 4
Student Councll 1 4 WYEENF NEPPS
Edltor of Yearbook 4
Operetta 1 3
F F A Mmstrel 3 That she can draw on day and mght
She must have treasurles of Joy
-Tumor Play Glee Club 2 3 4
HOMER MACKEY Pep Club 2 4
'Give me audience I was sent here alk Speech Club 2 3 4
Football 3 4 Trlo 4
F F A 1 2 3 4 Reporter 2 3 Mmstl-911 2 3
V1ce Pres 4 F F A Speech Contest
flocal and county! 2
F F A State Reporter 4
V1ce Pres of Harrlson County Federa
tlon of F F A 4 HAR! VIRGINIA POWELL
J un1or Play
Vice Pres Speech Club 4
Jumgr Play Shwer and more demure than anv flower
ELEANOR LEE MARCRUM valealcwnan Speech Club 4
So hurried so flurrled,
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Student Body Pres 4
Pep Club 1 2 4 NIILDRED RICHARDS
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Ass1s Manager Yearbook 4 pere a
State Home Ec Conference 2 PED Club 4
Speech Club 3, 4
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DORIS ROBEY BETTY SMITH
A glrl of such delicate grace Full of gentle bn htness
Sec of Class 2 Her looks and language are
Glee Club 2 3 4 Pres 4
Pep Club Reporter 4
Sp ech Club 4
Home Ec Club 2
A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays
Glee Club 2 4
Pep Club 2 4
Operetta 2 4
Home Ec Club 2
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and confident tomolrows LORRAINE WEEKLEY
F'00tb2'111 1 2 3 4 C0 Capt 4 And through her blood the hghtnmg ran
Baseball 1 2 3 4
Basketball 4 1 2 4 Pres 4
Pres of Class 3 Mmstfel 1
VICE Pres of Class 2 Sec Treas Home Ec Club 2
Busmess Manager of Yearbook 4 Glee Club 1
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Speech Club 3 4 Speech Club 2 3 4
Junlor Play Jumor Play
Whlttlngton Wlndon Wnght
DICK WHITTINGTON JAMES WINDON IMOGENE WRIGHT
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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
N A BEAUTIFUL September day ln 1941 a group of 32 green notes were
J seen dancing up to the muslc room on second floor of Unldls I-llgh
School to begln the1r Journey up the scale They Were greeted by Mlss
Lotta Bond of the staff After a few weeks of becommg acquamted tour notes
were chosen to gulde them through the com1ng year Whole note James Shep
herd One half note George Moffett Quarter note Ruth Benedum One exghth
note Mary Frances Kennedy Durlng the year the muslc notes and staff enJoyed
a p1cn1c held ln Ward s field and a welner roast out at Kennedy s One of our be
loved class mates MHTJOTIE Allman left us for matrlmony After cllmbrng a
fourth way up the scale class was dlsmlssed for three months
On September 7 1942 thlrty two members stlll retalned thelr enthuslasrn ln
sufflclent amount to return to school A new note Austln Hlmes declded to Jom
us thls year M1ss Bond cur very capable muslc teacher was back to help us on
up the scale James Shepherd st1ll remalned the whole note but Jack Saurbourne
was chosen the One half note Dorls Robey Quarter note two elghth notes
Robert Frush and Lorralne Weekley Durlng our sophomore year we lost two ot
our members Elma Jane Kelley and Mlldred Stutler The notes and staff had
a Hallowe en party ln the gym and a p1cn1c at Laurel Park Plans were made for
the next year and after cllmblng up the scale half way class was drsmlssed untll
On September 7 1943 the class seemed much brlghter and was notlced by
everyone as belng very br1ll1ant Mlss Bond stlll remained our falthful teacher
As offlcers of the class Jack Saurbourne was chcsen as whole note Blll Coffffln
daffer half note Eugene Bowen quarter note Homer Mackey Robert Frush and
George Moffett exghth notes We were very dlsappolnted when s1x of cur mem
bers dld not return They were Lela Bates James Prlce Loyal Walker Austin
Hlmes Ruth Bochert and James Shepherd who left for the navy Thls year we
worked very hard to get enough money for the Junior Senlor Banquet We final
ly made xt' And a very n1ce banquet was held at the Stonewall Jackson Hotel 1n
May Durlng our Junlor year two new notes Joined us They were Dlck Whlt
tmgton and Delbert Bauman Another ncte Betty Lou Morrlson left us and
moved to Brlstol
In the sprlng the class enjoyed a party held m the llbrary The annual
Junior Play was Llfe Beglns At Slxteen It was a huge success One of our
brllllant notes Homer Mackey was elected F F A State Reporter and won thlrfl
prle ln the State Home Improvement contest Another note June Allman recelv
ed the honor of being the best glrl cheerleader ln the sectlonal tournament held
The Junlor boys won the hrgh school class tournament and recelved an t
tra tlve trophy After a very busy year whlch took us three fourths the way up
the scale we took a vacatlon for three months
From a very successful Junlor year thls exceptional class came danclng back
to school entermg the last lap-Semcrs We were happy to see the sm111ng face
of MISS Bond when we entered Old Falthful on second floor on the mornlng ot
September 7 Offlcers thls year were B111 Cofflndaffer whcle note Eugene Bow
en one half note Ollve Adams quarter note Jack Saurbourne Mary Frances
Kennedy Eleanor Lee Marcrum and Eugene Bowen elghth notes The new note
this year was Imogene Wrrght who came from Washlngton Irvmg Hlgh Sch ol
In the fall June Allman was chosen to represent the hlgh school as Prlncess
to the Fall Festlval held at Salem College
We lost four of our boys thls year to the Armed Servlces Bob Frush and
Delbert Bauman to the Army Bob Davls to the Mercchant Marlne and Eugene
Bowen to the Navy
A party was held 1n the lrbrary and was enjoyed by everyone present Our
class was named the Bond Class and Marchlng Progresslvely was chosen as cur
motto We recelved our banner about the mlddle of the year The class recelved
thelr rxngs early 1n the year and presented Mrss Bond with a pm to show our love
and appreclatxon for her Eleanor Lee Marcrum and Mary Frances Kennedy
were chosen our co V8,l6d1Ct0l'13llS and Alma Durbln our salutatorlan for the
graduatlng class The last week of school was a very busy week for the notes and
staff On Monday of May 21 was Class Day Fuesday Semor Examlnatwns
Wednesday S6ll10I' Play whlch was very successful and enJoyed by all who saw
lt Thursday nlght the JLllll0l' Senlor Banquet Friday Semor Faculty P1cn1c
The Semor boys were very actlve 111 football and basketball Bob Davls and
Jack Saurbourne were Cc Captalns ln football and James Lee Wllld0ll was Cap
tam ln basketball Dlcr Whlttlngton B111 Coffmdalfer Homer Mackey Jack Saur
bourne James Lee Wrndon and June Allman Cheerleader earned letters The
Semor Class won a trophy for havlng the best cheerlng sectlon of th class tour
On the nlght of Monday May the twenty eighth the twenty one notes of
the Bond Class marched down the alsle to the sweet strams of plano musxc and
recexved thelr dlplomas Some of them w1l1 COllt1l1ll8 thexr schoollng whlle oth
ers will drxft lnto varlous occupatlons but they will always remember thelr hlgh
school days Loud w1ll thelr pralses rmg for the staff who trxed to lead them
and teach them whlle they were lll school but most of all they wnl remember
each and every one of the twentr one notes of the class of 45 and thelr muslc
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SENIOR CLASS WILL
1 E THE CLASS OF Nmeteen Hundred and Forty F1ve of Un1d1s Hxgh
CQ School West Mllford West V1rg1n1a bemg about to pass from thls llfe
1nto the great beyond ln full possesslon of a sound mmd memory and
understandlng do make and publlsh th1S our last wlll and testament hereby re
voklng and makmg vo1d all former wllls made Ly us at any time heretofore
To Mrs Eavenson we leave a pollce club to keep the senlors of next year 1n
the lunch lme
To Mr Hutton we leave a razor to shave the plgs when he lets the halr set
To Mr Marcrum we leave strlngs to t1e to the students who take programs to
l19lghbOI'lllg schools so they will be sure to get back
To M1ss Kxllmgsworth we leave a box of cough drops so the sen1ors of next
year won t get out of a day of dlscusslon
To Mlss Avelzandre we leave a paper stick to p1Ck up the paper that typmg
pup1ls of future years throw on the floor
To Mr Fldler we leave a muffler so that they can hold classes ln other parts
of the bu1ld1ng when he leaves the door of Room No 8 open
To Mxss Bond we leave a box of asp1r1ns to take care of part of the headaches
we semo s have caused her
To Mrs Buswell we leave these fly swatters to keep the flles off of her 1n the
To the Class of Forty SIX we leave our class Splrlt and appreclatlon of the
fmer thmgs of l1fe
To the Sophomores we leave our right to speak of our accompllshments
To the followlng 1nd1v1duals
1 Ollve leaves her quletness to Ruth Greathouse
2 Mary V1rg1n1a leaves her rlght to the nlghtly walks around West Milford
to Mary Phylhs Ellls
3 Duck Moffett leaves hls mghtly occupled chalr at the H1 Ho to Herb
4 Imogene Wrlght leaves her frankness to Norma McCartney
5 Mxldred Rxchards leaves her rlght to be true to the army to Helen N1ch
to smg to Emma Jane Smlth
7 Mary Frances leaves her ab1l1ty to make stralght A s to Ardelle Costley
8 June Allman leaves her knack for making frlends at Weston to Kathryn
Eleanor Lee Marcrum leaves her beautlful golden locks to Dorothy Jean
Loulse Bu ge leaves her ab111ty to date steady to Gertrude Gabr1e1
Lorrame Weekley leaves everythmg but Charles Dobbms to Wllma Lee
Wyeene Nepps leaves her slmpleness to Loulse Lynch
Grethel Clevenger leaves her love for home making to Betty Ross
B111 Cofflndaffer leaves h1s amazmg ab1l1ty to cut capers 1n class and get
by w1th It to Charles Dcbb1ns
Ruth Benedum leaves her gllmmermg beauty and qulck flash1ng smlle
to Edxa Chandler
16 Dorls Robey leaves her rlght to wear an engagement rmg to Cora
Dlck Wh1EtlllgtOll leaves hls beard to Bllly Marcrum
J1m Wlndon leaves hls careless dlsregard for study to B111 Balley
Eugene Bowen leaves h1S rlght to chase girls to Gene Burnslde
Jack Saurbourne leaves cloakroom neckmg to Rlchard Pltts
Homer Mackey leaves hls non excused absence sllps to Johnny Mltchell
22 Alma Durbln leaves her boots that she needs for her long walk to the
bus to Roberta Smlth
23 To Mr Currey Eugene Bowen B111 Coffmdaffer and Alma Durbm leave
thls battery sc the students next year won t have to slt m the dark
We do hereby COI1St1tlltf9 and appolnt Mlss Bond as our sole executor of th1s
our last M11 and testament
. -6. We want to keep .things in the family so Betty Smith leaves her ability
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Left to right first row Barbara Hurst Mildred Ayers Evelyn Vamer
Charles Dobbms Russell Ruffle Bob Adams Gertrude Gabrlel Emma Jane Smlth
Mary Jean Evans Whma Plerce Betty Ross Dorothv Sutton Second row Nor
ma McCartney Mary Mmter Anna McHenry Ardell Costley Madelme Carter Al
lce Jean Frush Ruth Greathouse Lula Wllll8mS Freda Wycoff Mr Fldler Third
row Lela Bates Geraldine McHenry Ella Knapp Harold Curry BlllBa1ley Rich
ard Pltts Gene Polmg
Pres1dent Bob Adams
Vlce Presldent Russell Rlffle
Class HlStOFl3H Evelyn Varllel'
Student Councll Nlembers Exelyn Varner Jean Stenger,
Mars Jean Exans
Adx Nor Ml' Fldlel'
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JUNIOR CL6So nab..
EPTEMBER 1942 the Freshman Class assembled Wlbh Coach Brummage
as thelr dlrector They were very green and had much to learn They
were Glad to welcome four new students Mlldred New Frank Jarvls Glenn
Snlder and Richard Howe Glenn and Frank were transferred ln the second se
mester The class elected Bobby Adams as Presldent Lorralne Prlce as V1ce Pres
ldent Jean Stenger as Secretary Treasurer and Emma Jane Smlth as Class Hls
torlan The Freshman Class was far rn the lead of the scrap drlve sponsored by
the Vo Ag Department of the school and recelved the prlze of five dollars
The school year came to a close wxth a much wlser class wa1t1ng to start out
better the next year
In the fall of 1943 thlrty seven Sophomores gathered under the leadershlp
of Coach Brummage to start the second year of our chmb up the Ladder of
Knowledge toward the goal of high school students-Semordom
The class offlcers mcluded Bobby Adams presldent Bernard Haggerty v1ce
presrdent Emma Jane Smith secretary treasurer Evelyn Varner class h1stor1an
and Glenn Snlder and Jean Stenger as Student Council representatlves only
there wasn t any Student Councll
Uncle Sam called our sponsor Coach Brummage 1nto the army and we re
turned from Chrlstmas holldays to greet K F Fldler who took over Coachs
Several members of our class were actlve In band athletics F F A Glee
Club and other act1v1t1es Two members of our class Jean Stenger and uer
trude Gabrlel were elected as cheerleaders along Wlbh June Allman a J un1or We
are very proud of these glrls and thelr assistance to the school
We were glad to welcome some new members to our class Ardelle C stley
V1rg1n1a Boggs Jack Drennan Charles Dobbmns Jr and Russell Rlffle We also
welcomed back Glenn Snlder and Barbara Hurst
Betty Ross and Emma Jane Smlth led us ln cheermg our boys almost bo
vlctory over the senlors ln the class basketball tournament Although we were
defeated we played a very good game and we were proud to call those boys mem
bers of our class
On Aprll 5 the Sophomores held thelr annual class party ln the gym and
spent a very enjoyable evenlng dancmg alnd playlng games
Durlng the vear we were sorry to lose Jean Case Kelth Bumgardner Jo.hn
Our class 1S represented 1n the Unlted States Navy Altnough we were very
sorry to lose them we are proud of the fafct that Charles Dobblns and Bernard
Shepherd are help1ng to defend our great land and maklng 1t pOSS1b19 for us to
contlnue as a class ln Hlgh Schlowol
Wlth an enrollment of thirty seven we ended that year of hard work wlth
the hope of assemblmg again next year and far surpasslng all our present rec
The Junlor Class assembled 1n September 1944 wlth the same dlrector and
pra tlcally the same students maklng aln enrollment of thlrty flve
We were glad to welcome Freda Wyckoff Dane W1ll1ams and B111 F1tI'I0 as
new members of our class Charles Dobblns was back with us agaln after recelv
mg an honorable dxscharge from the Navy Lela Bates Jomed us later
These famlllar faces were not seen however Jack Drennan Ray Courtney
Dlck Clevenger V1rg1n1a Boggs Dlck Howe and Joe Horner We later lost Glenn
Snlder Rosemary Laurent and Bernard Haggerty the latter going 1nto the army
but soon returnlng to be Wlth us agaln B111 Fltro also left
The only change IH oifxcers from the prevlous year was ln the vlce preslden
cy and representatlon Russell Rlffle filled the first offlce and Jean Stenger
Mary Jean Evans and Evelyn Varner were elected as representatlves ln the Stu
Thls year our class won the class basketball tournament and also several of
our boys won 1nd1v1dual honors
To help ralse money for our Junlor Senxor Banquet we set a record ln mag
azme sales for our school clearlng approxlrnately elghty dollars over a perlod of
Our Junior Chapel Program was held January 12 and proved to be very en
tertalnlng We presented a muslcal varlety program ending up with a black
The Junlor Play TIDLOC Inn was gxven April 19 a grand success
A lovely and lmpresslve banquet was held May 24 and brought our school
year to a close wlth us 100kl1lg forward excitedly to the last year of our schoo
e Respectfully submltted
EVELYN VARNER Class Historian
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Flrst row left to rlght Kathryn Formash, Patty Rumble Louise Lynch Edra
Chandler Lllllan Adams Gene Burnslde June Bell Martha Wagoner Helen Lou
ther Iona Costley Second row Mrs Buswell Nl0Ill'llC Radabaugh Alice Cheno
weth Lenora Wllllams Roberta Smlth Pat Conway Joan Burnslde Norma Ro
mme Helen Nlcholson Wanda Adams Jean Kennedy Thlrd row Sxdney Wxleox
Kenneth Rhodes, Herbert Arnett Blll Burge Jumor Cutrlght Hawker Great
house Homer Benedum Jlmmv Robertson Bob Nichols Jack Drennan Blll
O F F I C E R S
Presldent Lllhau Adams
Secretaly Treasurer Edra Chandler
Student COUHC11 Members Jean Kennedy Kenneth Rhodes
Adv1sor Mrs Buswell
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Vice-President ................................ ...................................s....... G ene Burnside
Flrst row left to rlght Alfred Evans Bob Shepherd Chrlstma Pltts Jack
Wolfe Mary Elhs Johnny Fldler Mary Ann Sommervllle Sue Nepps Richard
Stutler Bette Jackson Bob Marcrum Geraldlne Ice Second row Billy Ben Rum
ble Okey Sommervllle Helen Knapp Jean Wolfe Madeline Wright Patsy Whlt
tlngton Vlrgmra Russell Mars Lou Paugh Ruth Burnslde Eva Haggerty Clara
Flemmmz Mlss Klllmgsworth Thlrd roms Dlck Cutrlght iname omlttedl Harry
Greathouse Lenard Wllllams Bob Lnderssood Dale Pierce Howard Benedum
Charles Murphy Bllly Courtney
Pleqldenf Marx Ann Sommerulle
Xue PI'6QldCIlt Johnm Fxdler
Student C ounul XICTDIJQI Bette Jackson
Adusor Mlss Kll1lHgSWOFth
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Left to right-first row Eddle Yates Donald Wrlght Bully Boggs Allene Car
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Pntts Wanda Tenny Buddy Wmdon, Lee Ward Basrl Skidmore Second row Jun
lor Sutton Lowther Gueathouse Wilma Myers Robexta Burnsrde Nancy Gemma,
Jame Ash Donna Cam Alberta Smith Mrs Eavenson Thrrd row Nancy Nrchol
son Mary Sue Stutler Norma Rrchards Latherme Cole Robert Steele Fourth
row Bllly Gump Todd Foy James Wrxght, Cleve Costley Willard Carson Jimmy
Stutler, Jack Barley, Tony Barker Davld Alhnan Bobby Dodd Bob Richards
Tommy Norris, Lewis R1ch1rds
Vlce Presldent James Wrlght
Secretary Treasurer Carolyn Burnsxde
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President .........................................................................,.............. Billy Gump
Left to rlght flrst row Robert Weekley Davld McDonald Wllla Mae Steele
Jeannette Fmley James llormck Bud Nepps Alma Murphy Jean Myers Bar
bara Fldler Eleanor Ellls Isabelle Wmdon Emogene Sommervllle Second row
Miss Azelvandre Larus Casto Evelyn Lowe John Wrlllams Eddle Burnside Be
atrrce McGmn1s Jack Wllfong Robert Adams Thomas Courtney Jlmmy Wll
fong Bob Kennedy Willard Bailey Thrrd row Arlot Vanscoy Neal Drennan Ber
nard Greathouse Robert Carson Chfford Queen Arthur Costley Jack Ayers
Buddy Gaston Scott Law James Kelley Homer McKay Bllly Klsner Farmer
Shepherd, Carl Benedum Ronald Borror Dlck Stutler
Secretary Tleasuzer Neal Drennen
Adusor Mlss Azelxander
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Left to right front row Bill Marcrum Homer Mackey Dale Pierce Bob Ad
ams Dick Whittington Jim Wlndon Herb Arnett Harold Curry Delbert Bau
man B111 Barley Top row Bob Marcrum manager Okcy Sommervllle James
McCallaghn Bill Rumble Kenneth Rhodes Bill Burge Charles Dobbms Jack
Saurbourne captain Bernard Haggerty B1llC0iTlndaiTer Coach Fldler
HE UNIDIS Trojan Football Team emox ed a successful season when
the size of schools played is considered Although the team won
only one game two other ended in ties Three games were lost to large
schools Ph1l1pp1 Bridgeport and West Union Under the leadership of
Jack Saurbourne and Co-Captain, Bob Davis, the team played clean and
fast football. The loss of Davis because of a shoulder injury in the
West Union game was keenly felt by the team
SCHEDULE OE GAMES
Left to rrzhtf-frrst row Blll Barlev Hawker Greathouse Brll Marcrum
James Wmdon, captain, Charles Dobbms Herbert Arnett Brll Burge Second
row Coach Fldler BlllCoff1ndaffer Jack Saurbourne Harold Lurry, Homer
Mackey Kenneth Rhodes, Rnchard Prtts Bob Adams, manager
j3ACH Froler vtrth onlx one regular left from last sears team has roun
Q lt, ed out a fast and xx ell balanced team vthrch has vlon a large percentage
of the games scheduled The loss of Delbert Bauman Just before the
start of the season was qurte a blovx t the team Bauman vsas tall and a good
shot but Currs at center has proved to be a br help although he rs plaxrng hrs
Hrst season of oasketball Be nard Ha fe tx alter bernf rn the Nan for three
weeks was medrcallx drseharfecl and returned to proxe a waluabe man to the
crr nr as f.,ll'lldShlVClll'1ClPILIOU lr tor the oppo rn Iorxx rrcls to store and each rn
turn has scored rnarrx pcrnts tor tht term Trlf squrcl hrs sexe rl boxs xxho as
reserves have arded the team rn vlrrrrrrrr some arnes
Only one regular and thru rcstrxts xxrll be lost bs the team ind mth Irve
boys Jornrn the squad Irorn thrs xt rr s Jurrror Hr ll Unrdrs H1 lr School
vsrll be lookrrr or xx rrd to a sllitfs tul season next rear
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Left to right first row James Wmdcn Dick Whittington Marvin Mlller
Bernard Haggerty Bill Marcrum Homer Mackey Second row Bill Cofflndaifer
Jack Saurbourne Oscar Barnett Delbert Bauman Bob Davis Herbert Arnett
Q' HE BASEBALL team for 1944 was someu hat depleted by gradua
K7 tion the season before Sex eral plas ers were missing from the team
the beginning of the season without an experienced pitcher on the squad
But as the season progressed pitchers xx ere uncox ered in Jack Saurbourne
a Junlor Herb Ainett a freshman and also Bill Marcrum who dld some
relief pitching The catching depaitment xx as wx ell taken care of by Oscar
Barnett Barnett also led the team in batting aw erage Oscar batted over
500 for the season The team won fifty per cent of their games In spite
of having lost three regulars from last year s team Umdis High School IS
expecting a good team for the coming season
of 1943, including the star pitcher, Davis. Coach Fidler found himself at
JACK SAURBOURNE-Weight 150 helght 5 8
Jack Won h1s letter four years stralght ln foot
ball The fourth year he was elected captaln of
the team H1s posltlon was rlght halfback for
three years then he swltched to fullback H1s l1ne
plunging and brllllant strategy 1n workmg plays
was responslble for much of the success of the
team In h1s fourth yea. of h1 h school he won h1s
letter ln basketball for Whlch he had been strlvlng
Next to football Jacks best sport was baseball I
thls he also won hls letter four years hlS first two
years he played center fleld H1s last two he alter
hated at pltcher and center fleld H1s battlng av
erage and qulck th1nk1ng ab1l1ty speak for them
selves as to hcw valuable he was to the team
BERNARD HAGGERTY welght 145 helght 5 7 1 2
Bernard really got started ln athletlcs h1s
sophomore year by earnmg a letter ln all three
sports In fo tball Bernard played left halfback
Hls speed qulck th1nk1ng and broken fleld run
lllflg made hlm one of the most valuable players
on the team ln thls sport When basketball season
rolled around Bernard really proved h1s Worth by
wlnnlng two letters and 1l'l hlS Junlo year scorlng
91 polnts durmg Ihr- regular season In baseball he
played center field In the mlddle of basketball sea
son Bernard was called to the navy but later re
turned Wlth a medlcal d1scharge to complete the
DALE PIERCE weight 140 helght 5 7
Dale does hls best to make good and dld so hlS
freshman year to wln h1S letter ln football at re
llef guard It IS almost certaln that he has a regu
lar pos1t1on on the squad of next year
JIM WINDON weight 130, helght 5 8
Jlmmy started h1s athletlcs as belng manager
of the basketball team h1s sophomore year An ln
qulry was the cause of hlS non partlclpatlon that
year Hls thlrd and fourth years he earned hlS let
ter ln basketball the latter year he was captam
Through h1s hard playlng qulck th1nk1ng and
sportsmanshlp he proved h1S ablllty to fill thls po
Jlm was actlng manager h1s sophomore Jun
lor and senlor years Durlng h1s semor year after
securlng the perm1ss1on of hlS parents he played
the last two games of the season and was qulte an
addltlon to the squad
H1s best sport was baseball Ill whlch he earned
h1s letter three years h1s posxtron belng left field
whlch he filled very n1cely
CHARLES DOBBINS weight 159 helght 5 4 1 2
Charles returned from the navy Wlth a medl
cal d1scharge hlS sophomore year to start school at
Un1d1s at the beglnnlng of basketball season He
was placed on the first five and won hlS letter that
year and h1s Junlor year In hlS Junlor year he
was hlgh 13011112 man of the season wlth a total of
180 polnts In hls first year to partlclpate ln foot
ball at Un1d1s he was placed on the first strmg at
rlght half At thls posltlon he was responslble for
many g3.ll'lS as well as touchdowns Coach F1dler IS
looklng forward to l'l3.Vlllg a good baseball player
ln Dobblns as well as a football and basketball
BILL COFFINDAFFER weight 115 helght 5 5
B111 dld not enter the field of athletlcs untll
h1S Junlor year when he made a good beglnnlng
ln football Small though powerful B111 made h1s
letter ln football H1s thlrd year as substxtute left
half and fourth year as quarterback He not only
could play football but also baseball B111 shone as
short stop earnlng h1s letter h1s Junlor and sen
lor years Durlng the former played all of the txme
1n eve y game B111 showed that he was really ln
terested ln athletics by golng out for basketball his
DICK WIIITTINGTON welght 145 helght 5 5 1 2
D1ck dld not enter school at Un1d1s unt11 the
mlddle of the Junlor year when he mcved to West
Mllford from Pennsylvama When baseball season
rolled around D1ck was there wlnnlng a umform
and also h1s letter at several dlfferent pos1t1ons ln
the team HIS best was catcher H1s semor year
he earned h1s letter and really worked hard for
the team as catcher Also ln h1s senlor year he won
hlS letter ln football as left guard He really hep
ped the team qulte a lot and we regret the loss of
hxm at graduatlon thls year
BILL BAILEY weight, helght not glven
Bllly dldnt get to partlclpate ln athletics untl
hls sophomore year when he went out for football
and won hls letter through much tough work and
hard tra1n1ng He really put all he had lnto thl
football team and the boys all showed thelr appre
CIRUCII for hlm That year he also made the first
team ln basketball though he dld not wln hlS let
ter He has great hopes of gettmg a letter m base
ball thls sprlng
BOB DAVIS welght 140 helght 5 8
To the Merchant Marlne we lost Bob Davls who
was establlshlng for hlmself a good record ln ath
letlcs at Un1d1s He started off ln baseball hls
sophomore year and won h1s letter then and ln
Junlor year He would have repeated that record
thls year had he not left school As tackle ln foot
ball he recelved h1s letter hls Junlor and Senlor
years Thls year he was co captaln of the fcot
season and had to retlre from football
HOMER MACKEY welght 152 helght 5 7
Homer entered athlet1cs h1s sophomore year
by partlclpatlng ln football although he dld not
earn a letter that year he dld ln the two years to
follow He proved very helpful to the team those
years by filhng h1s posltlon at left end very well He
also played two years cf baseball h1s posltlon belng
second base All the boys agreed that he played
the spot wlth much ab1l1ty Although not success
ful ln gettlng a letter 1n basketball he kept plug
glng hls last three years
DELBERT BAUMAN wenght 156 helght 6 1
We keenly felt the loss of Delbert when he en
tered the armed forces as he was one of our best
athletes Although he d1d not attend school at
Unldls untll hls Junlor year he lmmedlately d1S
tlngulshed hlmself by maklng h1s letter ln football
both hlS Junlor and Senlor years In basketball
he shone on the basketball court by wmnlng hrs
letter hlS Junlor year and was maklng good begm
nxng h1s Senlor year untll Uncle Sam called hrm to
KENNETH RHODES-welght 142 helght 5 8
Although Kenneth as yet hasn t any letters to
h1s credlt he has partlclpated ln all three sports
and has won the admlratlon of all the boys play
lllg wlth hlm
HAVVKER GREATHOUSE-welght 140 helght 5 10
Toothy as he IS known started his sopho
more year and settled down to buslness to earn hls
letter on the basketball court Coach Flddler has
great falth 1n Hawkers maklng a star player next
year Although he hash t been so successful in foot
ball h1s turn IS comlng It IS expected that he w1ll
lgmalke a good record for hlmself thls spring 1n Base
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BILL MARCRUM-weight 140, height 5' 8"
In his freshman year Bill proved. his ability in
athletics by first earning a letter his freshman and
also his sophomore year in Basketball. Bill was
one of the best players Unidis has had for years.
He is a good shot, quick thinker and a very good
floor man, This year he ended third in scoring
honors with 96 points, In baseball Bill won his let-
ter at all positions his freshman year. and the
infield his Sophomore vear. His second year in
school he won his letter in football at substitute
end, which position he filled better than it was usu-
ally filled. Bill has a long way to go in athletics
and yet much to add to the glory of old Unidis.
HERB ARNETT-weight 145, height 5' 8"
Herb is one of the Sophomore star athletes. He
started early his Freshman year winning his letter
at center that year and also his Sophomore year.
Herb was chosen on the Little Ten Team as center.
Everyone kncws that he well deserved this honor.
In baseball he also received two letters for these
two years, his second as pitcher. He was responsi-
ble for many of the victoi'ies of Unidis and he al-
ways gives his best in a game. Although net win-
ning a letter his Freshman year in basketball he
was not discouraged. He returned his Sophomore
year to get that letter. Even though Herb doesn't
agree. he is bound to be one cf the best athletes to
BOB ADAMS--weight 135, height -5' 8"
Bobby's cnly active sport being football, he
really does a good job and makes up for the other
sprots. Due to a broken collar bone received in
practice Beb was kept from playing his Freshman
year. He returned his Sophomore year to make his
letter as guard. Then his Junior year he switched to
tackle. Bobs hard charging power made him
spend most of his time in the ene4rny's back field.
Bob has received his letter as being manager of
Baseball and Basketball his Scphomore and Junior
HAROLD CURRY-weight 182, height 6' 4"
This tall slim boy from Burnside alias Kinche-
loe started to make a good record for himself his
Junior year by placing as first string tackle on the
footba.l sqaud. When opponents saw Curry in uni-
form they thought they were playing a race from
another world. In basketball Harold played center
doing a bang-up job underneath the basket. He
was in second place for high point honors with 155
points during the season. It is well agreed that he
deserves all the praise he gets and more. Harold
will be trying to get that third letter this spring in
B.LL BURGE-weight 135, height 5' 5"
Although Bill as yet hasn't any letters to his
czcdit he has participated in all three sports and
l as won the admiration of all the boys playing with
Back row left to right Coach Fidler Robert Adams Bob Lnderwood Johnny
Mitchell Buddy Wanscoy Jimmy Stutler Bob Steele Tom Norris Bud hepps Bot
tom row left to right Johnny Ifidler Bob Richard Bob Nlarcrum Bob Shep
herd Farmer Shepherd
6573 HE JUNIOR HIGH TEAM had a very successful season Although many of
the members of the team w ere xerx small they were very fast and played
good ball at times Captain Bob Maicrum was the only hcld over from last year s
team Bob did a good Job of runnin the team Althou h small in size he scored
many points and was always a menace to the pponents He was ably assisted by
John Mitchel John Fidler Bob Shepherd Bob Richards and Farmer Shepherd
The experience these boys have obtained in Junior High will add a great
deal of strength to the Varsity for it xt year
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SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT AT CLARKSBURG
Washmgton Irvmg Unldls
BOYS PT SCORED
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16 ,,,,,,. - .,...,,.....,.,.................. ' ' 54 ,.....,.,..... ..
21 ,,,,,,,,,,....,.....,................,,.. ' l 34 ,.............. .
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39 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,.,,,,,,,,, ' ' 25 .,...,......... .
' 43 ..,.,,,,,...,.,.....,.......,............ ' ' 29 ......VV....... .
' 40 ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,............... ' ' 46 .............., .
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36 ......................................... ' ' 30 ,,-,..-.-...... .
38 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,... ' ' 39 ,.....,,,...... .
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31 ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ' ' 43 ....,...,...... .
22 ,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ' ' 39 ............... .
45 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,. ' ' 36 Y,Y.....,,..... .
51 ......................................... ' ' 45 ............,.. .
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Curry ...................................................... .... 1 55
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RF ......., ...... 1 2 ....,eee...,.,., 5 .........,...... 6 .........,....,..... .500
LF ,,,,,,,, ' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 20 ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,. 4 ,...,,,.,,...... 4 ............,....... .100
C ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 0 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 ,,......,.,..... 9 ..........,......... .475
3B ,,..,... " ......,......... 18 .e...,..,..,l.., 3 .,,,..Y......... 3 .................... .160
CF ,,.,,,,, .,,.,,,... 1 5 ,...,e,,,,.e,,.. 7 .............,.. 3 ................ .... . 400
2B ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,. 7 ,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,, l ,,e.....,......, 1 ..,................. . 150
1B A... ,... ' ..,.,........... 1 7 ,.............,. 4 ................ 7 .................... -400
P ,,..,,,, ,,,,,,,,,A,,,, 1 3 ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 ,,...,,,.,...... 2 ....,............... .175
- -,..-,,, ,,,,,,,,,w,, 7 , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 ,,,....,....,,,, 0 .....,.,............... 000
S-C ,.,.,,,, ' ' ,,,, 8 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. I .....,.,,.....,. 4 ..........,,....,... .500
S-F -.-.-,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,, 1 .,,,,,,,.,,,,,v4 0 ,,,.........,.., 0 ....,............... . 000
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Left to right-Back row Bud Nepps Bllly Gump Mary Jean Evans Mlddle
Row Bette Jackson Mar' Ann Sommervllle Jean Kennedy Lllllan Adams Front
Row B1llC0iT1ndaffer Marv Frances Kennedy Eugene Bowen Jack Saurbourne
Evelyn Varner Kenneth Rhodes Mlss Knlllngsvsorth Seated at table Jean Sfen
ger Standing Eleanor Lee Marcrum
Pres1dent Eleanor Lee Marcrum
Vlce P1-esldent Mary Frances Kennedy
Secretary Jean Stenger
Treasurer Lllllan Adams
Advlsers Mlss Klllmgsvsolth Mr Malcrum
Q Q EPTEMBER 1944 Unxdls opened wlth a large group of students strugglmg
QD to adJust themselves to the change back to school llfe where ones tlme 1S
not hls ovsn and a few ambltlous students trylng earnestly to estabhgh a stu
dent council organlzatlcn It was a rather dlfflcult Job because there had been
no functlonmg organ1zat1on the DTGVIOUS year and the members were not very
well acquainted wlth the act1v1t1es of such an orgamzatlon However with the
help of our adv1sors M1 s K111lDgSWOlth and Mr Marcrum we got off to a good
start The followlng students were chosen as OHICCFS for the COUHC11 Eleanor
Lee Marcrum presldent Mary Frances Kennedy v1ce presldent Jean Stenger
secretary and Llllxan Adams treasurer
Several standmg commlttees were appolnted for the year to take care of var
Lous act1v1+1es Bulletln Board Advertlslng Receptxon Fnance Program Soclal
Lost and Found F1re Drlll COl'lSt,1tllt10l1 and By Laws Stage Manager Movmg
Plcture Hall Patrol Reporters
Several projects were undertaken durlng the year Boys Class Basketball
Tournament Conduct 1n the Lunchroom Cleamng up of School Grounds and
Bulldlng Chrlstmas Tree and Program and selection of Prmcesses representing
A banquet was held ln the Home Economxcs Room January 31 to which were
mvlted the Student COUHC11 the Hall Patrol Mr Marcrum and Mxss K1ll1ngSW01'm
The mothers se ved
Th1s orgamatlon has proven very prontable nct only to the school but to the
1nd1v1duals who as members have gotten the valuable experlence Whlch It has
offered Wllo knows maybe one of us w1ll be presldent some day"
Left to nght seated Helen Lowther, Jean Stenger, Ruth Benedum, Emma
Jane Snuth. Standmg Eugene Bowen, Harold Curry, Jack Sa'-lfboume
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Grethel Clew enger Mary Frances Kennedv Loulse Burge Ella Knapp Mary Jean
Evans Geraldme Ice Roberta Smxth Second row Iona Costlev Wllma Plerce
Freda Wycoff L1la Wllllams Clara Flemmg Eleanor Lee Marcrum Sue Nepps
Loulse Lynch Chrlstma Pltts Ma v Elhs Mrs Evanson Thlrd row Helen Knapp,
Eva Haggerty Mildred Ayers Mary Lou Paugh Helen lN1chol on Lenora Wllllams
Mary Ann Sommervllle Bette Rlchards
.lame Za Glad
President Mary Frances Kennedy
Vnce Presldent LOUISE Burge
Reporter Ella Knapp
Advisor Mrs Evanson
FTER BEING INACTIVE for a year the Home Ec Club was reorganxzed
1 OITICGTS for the year were elected and the formal m1t1at1on was held The
mltlatlon was a very xmpresslve servlce and gave the Ulrls a better understandmg
of the work of the club The Club lS a member of the State Future Homemakers
Orgamzatlon Several projects wluch the club has completed th1S year are Dur
mg the summer several glrls came m and canned tomatoes whlch they sold to the
Hot Lunch for a prof1t of about thxrty dollars they also served the F F A Ban
quet wh1ch was a great success In return for the club s asslstance the F F A
gave a party ID honor of the 1rls Thls has been a very successful year for the
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Left to rlghtf-first row Jean Stenger Bill Coffmdaifer Gertrude Gabriel
Homer Mackey June Allman Jack Saurbourne Eleanor Lee Marcrum Mary
Jean Evans George Moffett Second rou Dane Wllhams Bob Adams Bettv
Smlth Emma Jane Smith Wveene Nepps James Wmdon Lorram Weekley
Charles Dobbms Barbara Hurst Mlss Kllhngsworth Thlrd row Evelvn Varner
Mildred Ayers Louise Burge Dorls Robev Ruth Benedum Alma Durbm Corm
Thompson Grethel Clevenger Rlchard Pltts
Rlght to left-first row Nlarw Frances Kennedy Eleanor Lee Nlarcrum Jack
Saurbourne June Allman Lorrame lleekles Second rou Blll Loffmdafler
James lhndon lheene Nepps Betts Smith Eugene Bowen 'JIISS Klllmgsuorth
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HE SPEECH CLUB has a five fold purpose It arms at pronrotr 10 character and personalrty devel
ODIHO Od DHDHS 01 Speech 9SLab11Sh1113 COFFBCL conurtrons or speech rnstrllrne Dood mental habrts
nu uewe prn apprecratron of the best taste rn drama lrterature and the other arts Phe Speech
Club SDGHCIS H great deal Of Ume at the begllllllllg OI eacn stho l ternr rn regura c ass room work studyrnff
and practrcrng types ot conversatron drscussron and parlramerrtary procedure learmng how to srt stand
walk and talk correctly preparrn and delrverrne orr,,r11a1 speeches debatrng rnterp ftrn types of ma
tellal SDGHKIDE 111 Chorus 090131411110 studyrng dramatrcs rrom the apprecratr ll or drama to the staffrne
of plays In addrtron to regular routrne work the Speech Club undertakes a Dumber of other actrvrtres
each year The present club has been very busy as the lollowrn lrst of p o rams wrll prove On N vember
the tenth a combrned A mrstlce Day and Amerlcan Educatron Week plc ram was p t errted Eleanor Lee
Marcrum June Allman Evelyn Varner Cora Thomp,on Jack Saurb urne Brll L ffrndafler and Homer
Mackey drd a frne Job rn a drffrcult play The Lrttle That Is Good wr rch was wrrtterr especlally for
Amerrcan Educatron Week The same program was presented ro an entnusrastrc audre rce at P T A on
the fourteenth School cl sed for the I'hanksf1vrn holrdays on the twenty second and avarn members
of the club successfully presented a one BCL play Thanksoryrrg Adventure December brou ht more
opportunrtres for members f the club to exhrbrt therrrn the nrneteenth consrstrnf ol a play Letty s Chrrs
tmas Prodrgal wlth carolers January the tenth ten talents The annual Chrrstmas pro ram was grven
members of the club Dave a chapel program at Salem Colle e and came h me feelr 1 qurte proud after a
successful presentatron of Georgre Porvre a one actplay stfrrrrn Brll Coffrrrdaffe The Speech Club wrll
present a three one act play proeram on February the nrneteenth Two comedre Merry M lry Malone
and Mrss Personalrty Plus and one drama Well Always Remember wrll be grverr Thrs wrll be the brg
program of the year for the culb A choralogue Theres a Natron the Easter Assembly program and
probably others wrll be grven later rn the year Lrterary mrnded members I the club regret that the
contests wrll not be held thrs year due to the War They we e anxrous to partrcrpate Members of the club
have helped wrth stage settrngs and make up for drf erent programs throuehout the year and are always
glad to be of servrce At the close cf school those members who meet the qualrfrcatrons wrll become the
proud wearers of the U rn speech The letter wrll bear the lrterary or dramatrc rnslgnra and rn rare
rnstances a combrned rnsrgnra
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Left to rrght-first row Gene Burnside, Dorsey Rrchards, Bob Nlchols, Jrmmy
Robertson. Second row Bob Shepherd, Mr Hutton, Rrchard Stutler
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Adams Bill Bailev Russell Rlffle Homer Mackev Harold Currv Dorsew Richards
B1llBurge Roy Hughes Second row Harrv Greathouse Mr Hutton Howard
Benedum Richard Stutler L nard Williams Gene Burnside Bob Nichols Jlmms
Robertson Leonard Wmdon Third ross Homer Benedum Dale Pierce Bob Car
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New Glwz' Siaff
left to right first ron Okes Sommerville Bill Burge, Bill Nlarcrum John
Nlltchel Dorsew Richards ltussell llffle Bob Nichols Second rou Nlr Hutton
Nlrs Busuell Sheene Nepps Gene Burnside JITIIHIX Robertson Homer Nlackew
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HE FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA or F F A as It IS commonly
known 1 the natlonal organlzatxon I by and for boys studymg vocatlon
al agrlculture 1n publlc secondary schools under the provlslons of the Natlonal
Educatxon Acts The F F A IS an INTRA CURRICULAR actlvlty havmg 1ts or
1g1n and rcot m a deflmte part of the school currlculum vocational agrrculture
Among other thmgs members learn through actlve partlclpatlon how to conduct
and take part 111 a publlc meetmg to speak ln pUb1lC to buy and sell cooperatlve
ly to solve thexr own problems to Iinance themselves and to assume CIVIC re
sponslbllxty The foandatlon upon whlch the Future Farmers of Amerlca organ
1Z8.f.lOl1 IS bu1lt mcludes leadershlp and character development sportsmanshlp
cooperatlcn servlce thrlft scholarshlp lmproved agrlculture orffanlzed recrea
t1on c1t1zensh1p and patrlotl m Among the var1ous act1v1t1es of the Umdls Chap
ter thls year are
1 Held the F F A Communltv Farr
2 Const1ucted and erected a butcherlng outflt on whxch some 95 hogs were
butchered for th folks ln the communrty
3 A sausage m1ll was purchased and 2 250 lbs of sausage were ground for
farmers and others
4 A 1935 Ford DICK up truck was purchased to further the actlvltles of the
95 bags of mllkweed pods were collected
11 000 lbs c walnuts were sold co peratlvely
6 1 4 tons of paper were collected
Two Hlgh School assembly programs were given
The school paper Unxdls News Chats was sponscred and published
Other act1v1t1es planned for the current school year are
1 F F A Mmstrel
2 Cornmunlty Clean up Day
3 Ag and Ec Barn Dance
Ham Bacon and Egg show
F F A Basketball Tournament
Organlzatlon of a Jumor Pr ductlon Credxt Assoclatlon
Campalgn for preventlon of hvestock losses
Cooperatlve buylnff of feed
Parhamentary Procedure and Publlc Speaklng Contests
F F A lleld Day
Cooperative marketlng of eggs and potatoes
15 Second Japer drlve
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Smlth Patty Rumble Second row Bob Marcrum Mary Ellls Ella Knapp Mar
tha West Jean Kennedv Eleanor Lee Marcrum Bob Kennedy Blll Coffrndaffer
Thlrd row June Allman Gertrude Gabrrel Jean Stenger Eleanor Ellls Norma
Romlne June Bell Fourth row Chrlstma Prtts Loulse Lynch Dorothy Sutton
Barbara Hurst Martha Pitts Evelyn Varner Mary Lou Paugh Fifth row Dorls
Robey Marv Frances Kennedy Eugene Bowen Lrllran Adams Blll Marcrum Mary
Jean Evans Bud Nepps Jnmmy Stutler Ronald Borror Homer Benedum Dlck
Stutler Davrd Allman Eva Haggerty
P1 9S1d9llt B111 C0fflIld3.ff9l
Vlce P1es1dent Eleanor Lee Malcrum
L1Im1.u1an Jean Kennedy
Managex Eugene Bon en
Instructor M1 May01'
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Left to right-first row: Helen Lowther, Emma Jane Smith, Jean Stenger,
Betty Smith, June Allman, Doris Robey, Gertrude Gabriel, Wyeene Nepps, June
Bell, Lillian Adams, Barbara Hurst. Second row: Roberta Smith, Joan Burnside,
Betty Ross, Patty Rumble, Eva Haggerty, Clara Fleming, Mary Ellis, Geraldine
Ice, Mary Ann Sommerville. Third row: Jean Wolfe, Madeline Wright, Kathryn
Forinash, Mary Lou Paugh, Christina Pitts, Sue Nepps Louise Lynch, Jean Ken-
nedy Norma Romine
Left to right Doris Robey, June Allman, Wyenne Nepps
HIS YEAR of 1944 45 the Muslc Department has been very actlve Mrs
Martha Rice the former dlrector left to 10111 her husband ID November
The department was without a dlrector for a few weeks then Mrs Cec111a
Bambrlck came to dlrect She left 1n January and agaln the department was
wlthout a teacher The Iirst of February Mr Mayer county band lnstructor ar
ranged to conduct three band practlces a week and one Glee Club practlce a week
New unlforms were bought for the band sponsors Betty Ross Patty Smlth Kath
ryn Forlnash Patty Rumble Sue Nepps and Polly Ann Nepps Helen Lowther
was chosen head drum majorette for the year The band s enrollment has lncreas
ed thls year The new members are Eugene Bowen Evelyn Varner Janle West
Ronald Borrar Mary Jean Evans Christina Pltts June Sldebottom and Kenneth
Rhsodves At, the begllllilllg of the second semester Eugene Bowen left for the
Navy Offlcers of the Band are Presldent B111 COff1l1d3ff6I' Vlce Presldent El
eanor Lee Marcrum Secretary Treasurer Mary Frances Kennedy Llbrarxan Jean
Kennedy The Band attended the annual Band Festlval 111 Clarksburg the first
of May They were entered 111 Class C Phe Glee Club s enrollment has also 1n
creased New members are Madallne Wrlght Sue Nepps Mary Ann Sommer
vllle Gerry Ice Betty Ross Mary Lou Paugh Betty Smlth Emma Jane Smlth
Mary E111s Clara Flemlng Eva Haggerty Gertrude Gabrlel Barbara Hurst Chrls
trna Pltts Jean Wolf and Clella Donahue Club officers are Presldent Dorls
Robey Vlce Presldent-June Allman Secretary Treasurer Jean Stenger L1
brarraln Emma Jane Smxth and Wyeene Nepps The Glee Club helped 111 the
F F A Mxnstrel HIVCD March 28th They also helped ln other Spflllg actxvltles
January 4th the annual hlgh school operetta Shootmg Stars was given under
the dlrectlon of Mrs Bambrlck and Mrs Busvsell
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O UNE ALLMAN head cheerleader started her cheerleading career in her
J Sophomore year and did a bang up J b She was chosen head cheerlead
er the beginning of her Junior year She proved herself worthy by win
ning the Best Girl Cheerleading medal du ing the annual sectional basketball
tournament at the Carmichael Auditorium This IS her last year at Unidis and
she is doing her best to bring more gl rv to the school this year We will miss
June s work next year Although she has two very capable assistants Jean Sten
ger and Gertrude Gabriel to take her place Gerty started on her Sophomore
year and did a splendid Job attending all the games possible She was also chos
en as cheerleader her Junior year this year she has worked harder than ever to
support the teams. As well as the other cheerleaders she has given nuch of her
time as well as money for several new cheerleading uniiorms to give a better
performance and help pepcle form a better impression of Unidis. Jean like Gert
and June started cheerleading her Sophomore year, and has done a splendid job
of it both her Sophomore and Junior years and the schcol is very proud of her.
.lean has worked very hard to help establish a good name for Unidis and has
also helped by bringing forth new yells and cooperating closely with the teams.
The teams would like to express their gratitude to all the cheerleaders for the
boosting they have given them this year and previous years.
Left to rlght-fir! row Loulse Burge Jean bten,er, June Allman Mary'
If mces Kennedy Lorraine Vleekle Helen Lowther Ruth Benedum Wyeene
Nt 'as Dons Robey June Bell beco d row Mrs Buswell Freda Wycoff Christina
Pit Mary Ellis Elezrnur Lee Mar rum Betty Smith Emma Jane Smith Patty
Rur le Su Nepns Mary Jean Ex ns Geraldine lee Barbara llu 'urd row
Jeal 'Kennedy Evelyn Varner M1 red Ayers Madeline barter Ma .1 Paugh
Rutl lreathouse Kathryn Forma n Llllian Adams Louise Lvnch Ev I Il gerty
Norn a Romme
President Louaine Weeklex
Vlce PIESICIQHI 'Klux Fiances Ixennedx
Secietalx TIQZIQUIQI Helen Loxxthei
Paillamentarian Ruth Benedum
Reporter Y..,,,,,v.E.........ee....AVV..........eew ..eeeee.,e .,.. eee...eEe , Y . it Doris Robey
Adwisel ........ ...................A....4...essss........e . e.eeee . Y . eeee..lee. . E N rs. Iuuswe
HE PEP CLLB has done Vcry well this ye 11' in hacking the boys
A . with a good cheering set-tion. They 0IllLl't'3.lll6Ci the Jane Lew and
Unidis teams. The girls gave -1 banquet for members of the Varsity B as-
ketball team ind the tirst ten Junior High Boys.
A04 wha in Zfmcfal
Presldent of Student Councll
Vlce Presldent of Student Councll
Secretary Treasurer of Student Councll
Edltor of Yearbook
Ass stalnt Edxtor of Yearbook
Manager of Yearbook
Assxstant Manager of Yearbook
Presxdent of Senxor Class
Presldent of Senlor Class
Vlce President of Senlor Class
Eleanor Lee Marcrum
Mary Frances Kennedy
Mary Frances Kennedy
Eleanor Lee Marcrum
Secretary Treasurer of Senlor Class Ollve Adams
Student Councll Members Jack Saurbourne Eleanor Lee Marcrum
Marv Frances Kennedy Eugene Bo len
Presldent of Jun1or Class Robert Adams
Vlce Presldent of Junlor Class Russell Rltfel
Secretary Treasurer of Junlor Class Emma Jane Smxth
Student Councll Members Jean Stenver lt try Jean Evans Evelyn Varner
Presldent of Sophomore Class Lnlhan Adam
V1ce Presldent of Sophomore Class Gene Burnsld
Secretary Treasurer of Sophomore Class Edra Chandl
Student Councll Members Jean Kennedy Kenneth Rhocr 5
Presldent of Freshman Class
Vlce Presxdent of Freshman Class
Secretary Treasurer of Freshman Class
Presldent of E1ghth Grade
Pres1dent of Seventh Grade
Ch-eerleadr s June Allman Jene S
Co Captarns of Football Team
Manager of Football Team
Captaln of Basketball Team
Manager of Basketball Team
Presldent of G1rls Glee Club
Vxce Presldent of G1rls Glee Club
Secretary Treasurer of G1rls Glee Club
Presldent of F F A
Vlce Presldent of F F A
Secretary of F F 'X
Treasurer of F F A
Reporter of F F A
Presldent of Pep Club
Vlce Presldent of Pep Club
Secretary Treasurer of Pep Club
Presldent of Home Economlcs Club
Vice Presldent of Home Economics Club
Secretary Treasurer of Home Economlcs Club
Mary Ann Sommervllle
tenger Gertrude Gabrrel
aurbourne Robert Davis
Mary Frances Kennedy
Mary Frances Kennedy
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22-West Umon Game CAuayJ
9 Bellngton Game lHomeJ
11 Band went to Armlstnce Day Parade
22 24 Thanksgwmg Hohdays
20 Begmmng of Chrlstmas Holxdags
2 School Resumed
4-Operetta Shootmg Stars
8 F F A Banquet
10 Took Chapel Program to
20 Belmgton Game tliomej
1 Brldzeport Game illomel
6 Lumberport Game CAuavJ
8 Salem Game 1AuayJ
13 Phlllppn Game lliomel
15 Lost Creek Game CAwayJ
20-Wallace Game fAuayJ
22 Lumberport Game illomel
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1 Jane Leu Game 4AwayJ
22 Athletlc Banquet
29 If lf A Mmstrel
Anrnl 19 Jumor Plaw Tlptoe Inn
'Slay 8 Recognltnon Banquet
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