Union City Area High School - Anvil Yearbook (Union City, PA)

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" 'wfx , f : , -W 'rv f ff' ,..'1f2w--1 He' " "ff N :af " fn 4 TVX- ' 13? " Hi Ti f-im? fr 1 ' - ."'1ms4 1. iL'w'5'4f? Y., , ,I ,.,, , -i ,,V 'uw " 41 2.2: 4 -4.- 1 ,, -.V . X Uv, ,, .Ag V , ,.. 1: .i , . ., -1, ., -,V ,uw ,A V , ,F A-1.171 f we ' we - , SH: 'fi' ff, . H 'Q 5,21 J' 1. fa ,,1 av 145.14 ,, Q. U. ,' ,1 - ,- v.'p,',1z, .V 'J -J.. .wt ,.: if 'f ,Q , . . . ,Li-V, , , IN , ,..- f-fm, . 'ET'-I ' f ff .: f. 'i W,-g r. .-z":. ,."1f" - w'x,.'u,'fT'r!.ff:::T -5" k A . . '.. , - - w!'..ag.i. 5 riff' 41 1 ' " ,., 4 ' ,. 9 .J-1--4 L-. B THE ANVIL Published by the Senior Class of UNION CITY HIGH SCHOOL UNION CITY, PENN'A. Volumn XXIX an May 1943 I Union City High School UNION CITY ALMA MATER Dear Alma Mater, Fairest of shrines, May lasting glory Forever be thine. Crowned with laurels of virtue, Decked in garlands so bright, We carry the banners Of the green and the White We carry the banners Of the green and White. Ever onward you struggle Til the goal has been gained, And We as decendents Bear aloft that fair name So rejoice in thy glory Praises to you we sing, Dear Union City May thy fame never dim, Dear Union City May thy fame never dim. Mrvlodyz "1'omp and Circumstances YVords by: Catherine Balas Sclmool Board of Union City Albert L. Bloss Foster Childs V Ja.mes Alcorn John Rose Dr. Paul Harrison -if 3 ESQ- Paul Gregor V1-ry pz1t1'iutii'ally bv ?lYlSNV4lI'l'd lbw will, Vu lic-lp win l'ri-vflmn for us 1 -f .. w . . lli-Y 2, .., 4 - hand l, J. 3, l - lfimllvall rl. l - .X1'c-livry Club l IZPISKYWIURIH 3. l, Dedication With pride in the boys who have left our class to join our Army and Navy, we dedicate this volume. Pvt. Louis M. Klein U. S. Army Air Force Luuii: was one of the first to lv:-in-, To light for the rights in which we lwlvive. lfmullvall l, 2 - 4l'if1SS Basket- lfall l. 2, Il - 'Hi-Y 2, Jack Mullen, U. S. Navy .lack is one of our boys in blue His flnl4'lldS are many and on omios few. Secretary and Tl'llEiSlll'ill' l, 2. 5 Archery Club l - Hi-Y Cl. l Class Basketball 3. Carlyle Shepard Raymond. Parrish A. S., U. S. Navy 'U. S. Navy - Seaman 2nd Class Carlyle is ziuutlu-r, wi- air A swell spurt and our football proud L0 say, star, XX'liu is sl-rving our l'Ulli'lll'N lu ilu- Navy liv's surf- to go the N2lN'y"S way. fur. Bird Club l - Funlbzill 1, 2 Hi-Y 2, il, il - 'Funtball 2. 73, -ii Hi-Y 3 - Class llzxskf-iball 1, ' 3. Captain -l - lluskvtball il. 4 3,15 CONTENTS: Faculty Seniors Uncietciassmen Athletics Qtgtmizations Advertising Vg mx tsl Class of 1943: . Your high school stands for the highest possible ideals of manhood and character. lt is my sincere hope and prayer that eve1'y member ot your class is leaving this school with definite opinions backed by great moral convictions. Life is a battle, and strength for the combat springs from moral convictions based on Well grounded opinion. The individual with moral convictions, and not with intellectual opinions, is likely to be a bigotg while the one with the intellectual opinions, and without moral convictions, is likely to be a moral coward --- and the world wants neither. May success crown all your efforts. Sincerely, John C. Jenkins eilfilfffe Faculty I'IlZS'I' IIUXY: 4'!:11'z1 I5u1'!win, lziul M1-Inwrzxc-y, .lwlm U. .l1'lIIxllIS, I"I'illllx Vmw-I1-slii, Ill-th Smilf y. SIGUHNII IIHXY: I"v-:me-is llill. All'l'4'l:j'llI lilum-r, Iizlr-lun-I lvltlllyfll, Mary Mzxrlini, Iiln-:I IXIill+-1 N4-vu Izurkvr. VHIIIII IIHXY: Iluss--ll l':1Im--V, l"lm':1 Immun. Ilzxrrif-I IZ:-:1lim1m11, Ilalpll .Xl14lvI'S1vl1, Hum- Wzlil--. Z--lull 'I'5'nrl:aII. Numa Smflwl. ,Nl ,SC MIL .XNIlI4lIiS1lN: l'l'!llI Steal:-. l'nix--Vsity ut' I'iIlslx1u'gl1, I':4llIIIN!I'H SIZII4' 'I'+-zuklms-rs Imflugy, 114-lu-l':ll Mzxlll. MISS I2Il.XIil'ZM.XN. A, ll.: IH-ml S'l!lIl', Slim-1-1'y liuwk, Ii. Sll'lllIllSlILII'f.1', Slllll' 'I'1'JI1'lll'l'S - tivivs. II4-:1lll1, I'l1ysl+':ll IMI, Mll. l'HYI'Il.I'ISlil, II. S.: IH-mn Slut:-, :ulsn I! m-rn-mlils for M:1s1e-rs - Ilvnlllm. I'lxysiv:1I lid Xxlrrlll llislnly, IIi1'4-vim' ul' Il1ll':1n11l1':1ls. 1'u:l:'l1 - lfmmllrzxll. IRIS'-l':lll. MISS 1'l,Ill'1lII: lmlif- liri-', lZ1':1x'n1' l'uIl+-,agv - Iimvlu-ffpillgr, lI1'IIl'l'?Il liusilu-ss, f14rlIllll1'I'- Ilul fl.-..gl':1g-lu. IH-l1s1ll1u-1' ldv. MISS' lbl'Nl'HMI!I'I. ll. N.: llnmnl Huspilzxl - Ifirsl Aid. Nigrlml 1'l:1s.44-s, flvn. t'l1:1irmzln I.--ll Vruss, Nurs-'. MISS Ill'lll!lN. II. S.: Slipp--ry ltuwli, Xhmstfry- l'ullf-gn-, l'lmix'.'r:4ily ul' l'llIFlll1I'L1'll. illlf lllilllrulwu - I'Il1g4Iisl1 Il. lillglisll IY. f:lllllllIIf'4', .lamul'n:xIism. Mrs. Ifllmf-1: ll, S.: lllrlilxluvru S1:nl1- 'IW :u'l1:-rs - Suviulugy, Hislury Ill. MIIS. IIIl,l,. II. S.: l'IfIinIuu'u Small- 'l'4'Il4'lI1'I'2S - ,Xlgw-I:r':1 Il. 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Sim-1-, slw has in-1-n rvlplzuwll hy Mrs. lllmmlf-:Q --4"":L wx I ,,. Librarian - - MISS MONORE Assistant - - MISS BRADLEY MISS VENA DUNCOIVIBE - .. School Nurse 51:83 SEIXIIQRS Jud Class Qllicers President ---- Arthur Treat Vice President - Garrit Blolc Secretary and Treasure - Neil Clarlc Historian - Marilyn Burger a5t9l3+ Catherine Ba.1a.s 11 p., ce a 1out 1 qu 1111 1 It 111111Y A 11.11 01111 1' L lub 1 -1 1 11 1 1111 in 111 7 L law Rae 112111 1 -Xnxil Qlat-1 Iris Barnes N S A1111 1 t1l1111g 111 111 11 1 111119 tulkx 11111 151111 1 11111 M1x1 11 1 h11111s 1 1 11 1 1 1 lu fxlll X15 11 1111111111 111 1 James Bengel -'S " 1' Cu' 1 , 11111 1'i11 - g 1111, 'S 1- 1 ' A' 21 ' 11 11 11S gir S 111111-. 3111111-111 01111111-il 1, 2, lp V111- l'1'vsid1-111 4 - Class 1-liS1111'ia11 Z3 Hand Zi, 4: l'1'11sid1'-111 l - Phy- sics 011111 3 - Anvil Staff 4. Marllyn Burger 1 1 S1111 lw s XV111k1111,, R11 Q., 11 111111 1 1 111 11 '1 1 111111 R x11 S1 1 ll.-1'-S 1 IQ 11 114 1 11-11111111 -1 all 11 111111111111 Claes H1q111l1d11 -l 1 1l us ual N 111 K Carol Brown 118 INN IU 1 1111111 N11 1 1 11 '- N111 N111 11111 11 111 1 1 111 Helen Boyac zko H1111111 1 ', ': 1- - 1'- 'U f. 131' -' '11 1 1111111 111 1' 111-lls. H111111- 1111: C'lul1 1, IE, l - 111111 011111 2 - Nl:-ws ll:1sk111l1:1ll 31 - Girl Rl'Sl"1'N'1W4 1 - l'1'11111 1311111111- 111111 3. MW' MW ,1. Orpha, Bennett 11l'll11.1' l:111- is l1111' 11w11 sl1111'1a1 1111. 1111 11' sl11- x1':1s11'1 1111-1'11, ws-'11 miss 111-1' El 1111. 111111111 lC1', 1'l1111 1 - 121111 l'11l11 ' l.:11111 1'l11l1 2. I! -1li1'I l i1"4f'l'V1"i Gary Blok Dashing, 11'-arimr t111'11ugh 1110 11111-, H1-'ll 1111 15111111 1'111' gains 11111141 any 111111-, 11'1111111z1ll 1, 2, fl, fl - Ulzlss 1121s- k111l1a1l 3, 4 - Latin 11411111 2, fl: l'1'11si1111111 I! - 15211111 1, 2. 51, -43 Vic1'- l'1'1'Si111'111 l - Ulass Vi1'1- lf1'11s1d1'-111 4 - 131111 1'lu11 2 - Varsity Haskf-1112111 Ma11z1,1.f111' 2, Z3 - 1-11-Y 2, 3, 4 - Mixed 1'h1'11'11:s ZZ - Ulass Softball 2. 3, 4. Elmer Blystone Ann Boychek I1111XI'l'S1l"11 111 1-1i1'11l:1111'1S 31111 all 9111- 111115' 1111 S111z1l1, 11hz1:411s 11f 1'lyi11g. 11111 11:-1' 111112 111 t1l1. H1-'ll 1111 21 1111111 il' 1111 ka-1111s 1111 11'yi11g. H111111- 1111-, l'11l11 1 - Bird l'11l1 1 11111 1'11l11 " " - l'1'11111 P1 lj1'C111'S1l'?l 2 - 1911111112111 1. 111i111-1- I1 - Girl 1Z11s1-1'v1'1s el if 1 0 1351? Mix111l l'l1111'11'4 l Edward Cafllsch 'l'ln-ngli lin- slwnds el lot of Margery Egtes timv with Di-in Ht- still llnds timi- for t'hm-niis- Dam-ing ig hqyr jlly, try. ll'hm-n slut has that or-rtain buy. Sluclrlnt t'uunc'il -I: lirc-s. 4 - liird Ulub 2 - Anvil Stall' 4 - Anvil Stall' l- R1-vit-w Staft 1. Girl Rosmwvvs 3, 4 - Sm-iz-il 2, 3, 4 - Mom's Pluh llallfll' 'l Coniniittov 3 - Latin Plub 2, 3 Hi-Y 3. fl. I: Vif'f' l'FfxSill1'llf I Girls' liaskc-thall 1, 2, 2. 4 - Lilllll fllull 3 - l'l'lYSlf'S fllllb Pep Club 1 - Homo FIC. Club Tr:-as, 3 - Ulass Raskvtball 2, 1, .l - Glf-Q Club l, 2, 3 - Com- 3. 4 - Bird Club 3 - AI'Cl1P1'Y mcncvinvnt Slwakor 4 - Twir- Club 1 - Boys' Cmiferencv 4 lpfg Club 2, 3, 4, 1'itt. Confvrfxnce 2 - Venn State Cmifr-rt-nov 1, 2, 3. Junea. Estes I-Ois Cafmllbell Juni- has t'l1llSf'll heir vucatioii. Shtfs in vullf-go and not on va- ,Xn intfrf-sting pwrson to liki- ,.H1i,,n. and to know. 'I'nw:1rrl at bright futurv wo sw- Hmml E,-. plul, 1 - ppp Uluh 1 llf'l' I-TU, Bird Club 2 - Glvr- Ulub ZZ. 3 - Latin C'lub 2, 3 - French Plub Ilird Ulub 2 - Hmmm- ICQ. Club 1. 3 - Rvvipw Staff 3, l - Girl Rose-rvs-s 4 - La Fri- Club 4 - Girls' 13:isk0tl'all 1, 2. 3. JS Nell Clark Elayne Emerson Ht'-. known ' Xlxlflys ilfldl uh' ri duty 4.1ll,. Ldughmg and gd, Dt-sa-rilu-s ht-1' way. linsko-tbzill 2, Cl, t - ltltllllllllll 3, 4 - Studi-nt t'uunf-il fl - Class Latin muh 1, 3 - Hlnm. El., '1-as l - Ulass Historian l, 2 plul, 1' 4 , Mixvd phmfus 1' 3 Class lizlskvlliall 1 - Mixvd mass Baskutball 1, 2 - Bird thurus 1, 2 - Swlimil l3nyl'ati'01 gluh 3 - l-,tp plul, 1 - lv,-Om 1 - Buys' Chorus 1 - Class Soft- pnmmium-. 34 - , vil Stall' 4 - l'roni Utmiiiiittvv Il - Coni- numint gpm-iklr I Keith Combs Robert Conway Doris Dorman Arden Ea.r11 ith is Il?lll'll'llK' as win bv, .X whiz at his at-tivitif-s and V1-ry swi-vt and dolwntlzlblv, ,Xl-dt-n is mtlivi' quivt. stills Clt'l-t'llS4' SlZilllDS you studios, As :1 nursv, sh:-'ll bc- cfapalvlv. Sn hm- km-ps away frmn rin -. Ht-'s always kidding his friv- nfls and buddios. Home Ev. Club 1, -t - Pop Club Ilird Club 2. rd t'lub 2 - l'l'tll1l t'miii1iittt'-e'- 1 - liird Club 2 - Latin Ulub 2, - Ftmtlvztll 1ltll1tig'l'I' Il, 4 - liirfl t'lull 2 - l+'fmllu-ill Maha- Il - l4'i'vm'h Ulnli 3 - Twirlfirs t'1-nsr- Stnnllw Sails-snmn t - gi-r 3, 4 - llaskotliall Maiiagvr Club 2, 3, l - Girl Ros:-rvc-s 1, ski-tlizill Maiizigvi' -l. R. l - Mixflrl Chorus 1, 2. 2, 3, 4 - Soc-ial Uliairman 3 - Hiblo Study 2 - l'I'0I'll Uuniniit- tm- 3 - Mom's Club l'alwr Stall' 4 - Rvvivw Staff 3, l - l'Onn Stall- C4ll1ftll'Pl1l'0 fl - Anvil Stall' 1, 2, 2, 4 - Studont Poun- cil 3, 'l - Clklllllll0llCl'lll0hl Spvzl- kvl' fl. +El11E+ Arthur Fuller Art is full ol' 111-11 and vim, A sua-cf-ssful futurv. wo sm- for hirn, Band 1. 3. l - Orr-liosiiwi 1. 2 3. 4 - Drinnatic Ulub Z3 - lllixvd Chorus 1, 2, 3. 4 - All Pouniy Chorus 2, 53 - All County Band 2, 3 - All County Ui'c,-hr-stra 2 .Xnvil SHUT 3, -l - Boys' Uhorus 1. Doris Glover On hor wr- can d4'll0l1d, Shrfll do hs-r duty to ilu- ond. Homo Eu. Club 1, 3, 4 - l'c-p Club 1 - Bird Ululv 2 - Girl Rv- SPI'VOS 4 - Fronuh Club 3. -l - lroni Uominitls-v Sl. I . Gwendolyn G-ray As the' pianist of tho 1-lass, H1-r playing is lizird to surpass. Glu- Plub 1, 2 - Mixm-d Chorus 3 n"'l'1'4'1?l1'V 4 - Or- vhoslra 1. 2, fl. 4 - Girl Rvsvr- xs ', fl - Honif- Er-. Vlub 1 - .Xnvil Staff 4 - Bird Ulub 2 - Norihwvstorn flI'4'h1'F1l'2l 2. fl - All Distrivt Mixvd Chorus 2. Jacqueline Kimmy A xvry poppy 4'ln-1-rlnzidm-r is sho, XY:-ll lik:-fl by you and nw. lflonn- We-, Ulub Y, -l - Bird Ulub 2 - Gil-11 Club 2, Il - Mixe-d Uhorus l - IH-11 Plub 1 - l'ln-v1'- lvador 13. l - Glass Bnskn-lbzill 1, 2, 3 -Girl Bwsrilwvs 4 - Anvil Staff 4 - I'rom 1'omniiit:--- Il. Mary Inman Mary, Mary. quita- cnnlrziry, May oft:-n lw sl-on with Gary. Girl H1-soi'x'1-s 2, S. 4 - Sw-c-i'1-- tary 2. Z5 - IH-11 Ulub 1 - l'roni Coininiitf-fi 2 - Girls Baskvt- hall 1, 2, 2 - Bird Club 2 - Hoinr- lic: Club 1. 4 - Anvil Stall' l - linfin Club 1, Il - Glo-- Ulub 2, Z! - Twirll-r's Pluh 2, Il, 4. Wilbur Huston To our lizlskm-lball squad hm-'s quiiv 91 trout, XVithout hini iln- ti-uni would- n'i bm- 1-oinnlvtv. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 - tn'vhc-slra 2. 3. I - Bird Ulub 2 - Hi-Y Cl. l Glass ll:-iskf-tlmll 2, ZZ, l - l'. I. A. A. R1-lay Rai-o 3 - North- wvstorn Distrivl Band 3 - Pop Band 1 - Anvil Siall' 4 - Srhool Boy Patrol 1 - Ulass Softlzull 1, 2, 3, -I - Pomiiioiicmiwiii Siu-akcil' l - Prom Uoniniitlm- 3 County ,Xll'St:1r Buskolbnll -1 Lois Hamilton Lawrence Henry Elaine I-Iinl-:son Mary Holland lois lflninillon is ln-r imiini. Though he-'s known as 21 bash- Sho is always lnriglit and Nziry is H clif-vrful Miss. 11 will lf-nd ln-r on lo fzinn-. ful boy, 4-hom-y, Vory IW-xv wr find lilif- this. H4-'s always full of fun and Uolln-c-ls oxvusc-s and is inwvi- hirls lx1lSkl'l1I2ll1 l. 2, fl, -I - Girl joy, won:-y, Glow- Club 2. 3 - Mixs-d Chorus 1-sorx--s 2. Zi - IH-iw l'lub 1 - l -Girl 1ll'!41'l'Y1'S 4 - Bird Ulub latin Ululw 2 - Mixvd f'1lUl'US Prom. Connnittoo 21. Hump 1411-, 01111, 1 - 11,111 111111, 1 2 - l.ntin Club 2 - Ulass Bas- 1 2, Ii, I - Bird Fluh 2 - Anvil 1511-11 911111 3 - 1,H11n 111111, 3 - lu-Ibnll 1. 2 - Von l'lub 1 - Niall' 1 - HHHH' Nr- Will' 1- Gio- Club 2. il - l"I'i'li1'll vnu, at llonv IH Ulub 1 22, 4 - Anvil 1 . N 1 +5112 Tbrmnz-iii:-s Club A - Girl Iw- Ulflll svrvn-s 4 - 1.21 lfro Ulub 4 - Mixf-d Chorus 1 - Class Bus- kf-tlmll 2, El, l. 1. g.. Marian King' Helen Rose Shr-'s tall and 111111. Uwiuliful and blbmll- is H1-11111 Xllt 111-it 'ts '1 Will Huw- , 1 . .1 ., 111 ll H4111111 IGP. 1 lub I - l'1'Il C lub 1 knows. Bird Club 2 - HIM- Clul1 UQ Svc. and Tru-as. 'I - ililllll Club I.:11i11 Club 2, I1 - llirsl Club ' ' 3' Sr-0. and 'I'1'1-:1s. 3 - Class Class i:ll5kl'Iil1lii 2, Il - H1111141 . sk:-tl1:1ll l, 2. ll: Capt11i11 fl Er-. Club l - Girls Hwsvrvw -I - Girl H4'Sl'l'N'l'S II, II. I1-11 Cll Arthur W. Klein Hazel Ramsdell Art. clllrk and il2llltiS0lllx'. wl111111 Haze-l gm-s about 111 l1111 411111-t ' s flatly waxy XVIII rm-:1rfl1 his gual in lifa-I li11z1tli11pr l111m1ksz111tl studying all Llllf1l.lUl4'. clay. ,X11x'1l Stall I - Sllldvlll fvllllll- 4l11'Is Mlm- tlub J, 3. 4-ll tl - Hi-V fl. -I tlCast Hi,1.1'l1. I'1-11 Club l - Girls Rf-sr-1'x'n I lflrif-5 - Ds-batri Club 15 - Hi-Y iltblllt' lflf-. Club l - I.:1ti11 Club l, 2 - Skr-teh Club l, 2 - Stu- 2, Sl, -1 - 14'l"ll1f'll ' ' 2, Kll'llt Count-il 1, - Tom 'Flllll 1 I 1't1g4-111111 C1m1111itt1-C 11 - llird itor' Moms Club i'PlIll'l' 4 Club 2 Rosaline Mineo idy to k. lic-:xfly tn lu-lp wl1f-rl-vt-1' sbw may. l'1-11 Club 1 - Class I'rvsirlf-111 .ul R Andrew Krgl l'l'llf.fY'3ll'l Cl1z1i1'111z111 1, 2 - Hr 1-l11-stra l - lvlixl-cl Cl1111'us l. 2. A qui!-I sort ul' guy, is Andy 33, I- Rr-vivw Stall' 2. fl, IC .XSS- K,-.tll lfltlitnr 23 liditul' 4 - Cnlls lit tc-11 buvkzz, l1s1'll 111111411 bis lif'IlfH'Tf'l' tl - MUNVS Ulm' I 1 lift-S' 34031, 11111' ,lg Ass. Editor I - lIf1111m- Ill:-. Club I - Bird Club 2 - Bird Club 2 Class llzlskc-tl1:1ll 1 - .Xtl1I1-tif' Assm'iz1tin11 1 - Sm-. 111' ,Xtl1lc-- tif' Asslu-iz1ti1111 2 - l,:11i11 Club LE, Il - Stutlwut Ctmum-il ll: S111-ty I2 - la-1111 Smit- Cflllf-'l'l-llt'1' 3, Z! Anvil Stull' 2 - lliblr- ibudy l l1'u111 C111111111tt4-11 il - llr:1111:1ti1- Club Il. Max Le Suer June Lewis Edward Lopus G-olclie Maynarcl htm Sf'f'lllS' MHX Ulf' girls Jlllll' Le-wis is our f':1v41l'iIf' lfldwztrcl livf-s but Oak lflill way. Gultlit- wr- lilmu' is :luv for no Uyllf WlTh WY. A h stair ol' syumrts. ls ll lll4'lllllI'l' nl' 11111' f-lass ws-'1'w I--ss. 1. Ma! I want thc' T1lll4'i'll"l' Always f'lll'l'I'fl1i, 11vV4-I' out of IlI'Ulll'i to say. 'l'l1:111 vw-1'y juy :mtl l1:11111i111-ss. 'Y- sorts. W I 4 llircl Club 2 - Hi-Y 2 Cl, 4 - lllixml Clwrus l. 2. Il, ,I - l.z1.ti11 cinch Club 3 - Latin Club 2 liirfl Club 2 - Homo lflu. Club lland 2, Il, I. Club 2. I! ' III111111 ldv, Club l 'CVIPFY OIUI' 1 l, I - l'l'l5 Club 1 -V Girls Bas- l"1'1-111-l1 Club IL - l!c11'11:11,::1i11t-1's ki-tball 2, Hg Cz111ta111 3. Club 33, I, 1 3133 Elleanor Roster A nnnv :-ittrac-lixv in impulfu luss. Could sc-'irsvlv lsr- found in any llflss. bludl nt lnunm il 1, .., .,, I .Xssvinlily l'rup:rzun l'lmirnmn 3 'xl-d Uh:-rus 1. 2, Cl, -I - -it Class llaskotlmll l, 2, 3, I - Faiilain 2 - Hlnnf- Er. Club 1, I Bird Ululi 1 - Tiiblo Study 2 Girls Varsity llaskotli:-ill 3, 4 knvil Qlafi' -1 Uriiiiyiiviicfmiir-ii1 lf aku Jacqueline Ryan skating., just li, Robert Soety l'rs-sidl-ni I Girls: lin--:vi'x'v I f 'i NI Sllvllfll is guldvn lm lmlms midi-, rn-tary -I - Latin Ululi L. Il - .- .2 .. -1. .2 - Twilllm. Uluh lv 2. 3' 1 I Hind Hi ll tiiul in on 1111s und Drum 1X'1ajorr-l11- I: Insirua-lm' plasg i3Hgk,.U,Hii 1. 3. 3 I - lfontliall Quw-n -I: Attvn- dnnt - l'vp Ululi 1 - History Plub 2 - Prom Uurninittvf- 3 - Rllth Smith qllfl is dainty. sww-I-1, and small A l"'l'HUll2llllY lv lil4'21S1'. s iturn Xml twinkling.: lyrs llrlt 'f1'l'lll inntch hair. Studvnt Luum-il 4. La Rue Ryan Uraslil Hang! 'l'v:is-lil-1' asks "whats" that! l'vii Vluli 1 - Hunil- lflrx Ululi 1 Girl lim-svrve-s I - Hunil- lflv, -I - Latin Vluli Sl - Girls Ile-- Ululi I - liird Ululi 2 - liaskvt- F41'l'W' 3- fi- 13 View I'i-1-sidvnt Cl lmll lllunsigvr 1, 2, Sl, 4 - Latin lrl-sid:-nt 4 - Siudwnt Uuunril 4 Plulm 2. Il - l'rmn :ind lizmquol Anvil Stall' I - lliwiiiizilil' Ululi Umiiiiiittl-v Sl - Girls Gle-fi Piub 3 - Bird Ululv 22 Vivf- l'l'rSiLl4'11I I l'wp Ululi I - Anvil Sliifi' 4 2 - Girls lizlskvlliall 4. w Anthony Silka US' LH HW' HNHN wi-'Il lwl llrf knows :ill Il..- ciiu-slums and Ulll' llfll in-qwvrs Imi I .- n is Hi-Y Il, -I - .XI'L'll1'l'Y I"luli 1 - fiiw, .luninr Varsity Il - Class liais- kotliall 2, Sl ' S'i.'h0Ul llrsy l'a- Bird Ulub 2 - Hi-Y 3, ii, I, trol 1. Marjorie Shamp Ronald Shepard Josephine Sherrod llllllilll' Slllll4'F in Plums lllvu- XVIII1 did that? Iln- travhfil' Hur lizlir is lirnwn. 1-Yrs :Irv -lnss. l wants lu know. liluv, IH HH lilllll' 211111 SVXYlll3-1' nom- .lust ask Ronald. hv's hound Hvr fririnds urn nanny. i'l'1IXllllllS sin surpass, In know. arm- fvw. llrin l'lt'uIi11liii1'1'llIli I, I. Rvyivw Stull' I - 1'vnn Stull , f'lll'lfl'l'l'lll'fl I - Girls lluskwl- . . . . . . 1 lmll 1, 2, .I - l1ll'lS till-ii tlulr 2, 33 - Girls llc-sl-rx'v 4 - llunw Ev. Ululi 1, il, I - ,Xnvil Stull' I l'4-iw Ululi I - 'l'wirl1-rs Ulnli 2. ti. II - Girls Varsity lluski-IA hall Il, I - .Xrt Il - Prom Unin- lllllltiv Il - History Vluli L, Il, .gi 1 4 ii? Erma Jean Shreve .lully, lllllglllllif, witty :ind km-vi' XN'l1u'.' Our uni- :ind only lfirinz .lv:m. Humi- ldv. Flnli I, Il, I - .lunioi linnll I - Girls Glu- Ululi 2, 5 Mix'-fl 1'll0l'llS 1 v liird Plulw I Girls Ri-sl-rx'v I - Union City Filzvtm-lil-s 2 - I'rii Ululu 1 - An vil Stull' I - Ass'-mlsly Pro gr-un 1'lilllllll114'4' I, Beatrice Southworth Rwfs ,jolly Sr-nso of huniiir. IS more than just fl runiur. Hmnf- Ev. Club l, I - llird Clnh 2 - Girls GI'-U Cluli 2, Il - Mix- fid Clinrus 4 - Girl Iii-svi'x'vs 4 . 1 Latin Club 2, 5 - l'f-p 1 lull l - Anvil Staff I - I'runi Cnniniii- tw? 3 - Art Il. Helen Ann Still H4-li-ri Ann is zi l'zivcn'iIv gal, 'l'n 1'X'4'l'VHll4' :elif-'S :1 giiufl pal. Iiird Club 2 - Hiinir- liv. Cliili 1. I - l'a-p Clulw l - Latin Clnli 2 - S'luilw-nl Cuunvil 2 - I'rnni Ciminiilliw Il - Girls film- Cluli 2 - Anvil Sl:1l'I'I. SI, -I: liiisini-ss illaiizigvi' Il- R1-rivw Slziil' 2. II. I3 laclitur in Clin-T lg ll'tilllli'- tinn llluiizigf-r 2, 22 - IH-nn Stull- Coiit'i-i'viic-r- 2, Il - Class Vivi- l'rvsid4-iil IZ - Girls livsw-i'x'v 2. Sl, I: Iilwsiclvlil Ii - l'Ii:-'lnrx' Ululv 2 - Munrs Clulm livvii-xv Slzill' I. Evelyn Tarbell Shi-'s lilmidf-. slufs pi-I-ily :infl llrmnis-Icl In Chunk. liiinmwiiig hifr. wr- Say hi-'s in lui-k. Hmni- Ev. Cluh I - IH-p Cluls I llircl Cluh 2 - Girls lie-ss-Iwo Lf, Il, -I: 'l'iwis:iii-i-i- il. 4 - liufiu Cluli 2, Il - Anvil Stull' 4 - Girls Ilrfiski'-tluzxll 4. Arlene Wilson Arlrino is a c-ul up in r-lass. Shi- has a wil whivh nuiii- 1-an surpass. llunif- lflc-. Club l - IN-p Cluli l Girls I-li-sr-i'x'v I - llirll Cluli 2 Latin Cluh 2, 3 - Anvil SIRII' I lianquvt Cnniniilii-1' II - lfzis- kritlvall Tinif- Kr-I-pl'-I' 1. II, 3 - History Cluli Il, CS. Ilclward Wheeler lllilwulwl XVIII'-4'-lwii 4'Xl'CllS in url, ln that li:-ld l1v's inxicli- ii gnocl start. Doll-gzilri to l'ill Cniil'i-i'i-mw- L' Iiird Cluli 2 - I'liysiI':4 Cluli il U. C. ll. Ski-lvlivs 23 - Dra- nizitii' Cluli il - I'rom Cnininil- lov Cl - ROVivw Slzlfl' 3. I - Ari Il, -I - Anvil Slall 4. Paul Walters l'z1ul is our fzivorilv Hoy Sw-mil. Always rvzidy and willing in hvlp uul. Anvil Stall' I - Assvnihly l'ro- grmn L. Il, il: Cli:iii'ni:1n I - 1:21111-liqill 1, 2, il, 4 - llircl Cluiv 2 - Class llaski-lliall I, 2. Il, 42 lluys llivisinn Chziiniiiun 211 High S+-linul Clmmpiniis II - Invuinzilic- Cluli fl - Ilislnry Cluh 2 - Hi-Y 2, Il, I - Hmmm linoni 'I'i'--zisiiiww l, 2, Il, I - lniruniu- r:1I llnskvtliiill I: Czinlnin I - Junior High llziski-thzill l - l'l"D Club l - l'roni :ind llniiqw-I l'niiiniiitr-i- 22 - Ri-vii-w - Hoy Svnlll ll1'lNIl'1 2. fi, 4 - SI'llUfl' lluv l'2llI'lll I. 2 - U. C. H. S. Siu-Ifflws 2. fl - lVar Sziriiig ll' l 'l'wii'lvrQ Cluh 'S I - 1 gi fi . - , , . , I.:ilin Clnh 2 - I Ullll1lClll'f'lllI?lll :lin-zikvi' I. Arthur Treat Margaret Buterbaugh Donald Triscuit 'l':ill. liluf- I-yvs and hair so Vi-ll RIEUWN and lilivfl IS AVI Shi- just vuinv hi-rv iliiw fall. lziir, 'Ff'21f- Now is knmin as I'r-gixy to sill. Nukvs Don zi, hwy quills dvhun- is an all rnunrl guy hi- c'an't 5,11-h I0 bout. Hunif: Ev. Club Il. Ili-Y 2. 3, I - liird Club 2 - A V Xi'i-livry Cluli l - Class li2lSkf't- Bird Club 2 - Ifrlfiir-Ii Club fl, 4 ini! 1' gy gg - igmld 3' 3, 4 - .lllllll Clulv il. I: l'1'i-siilvnl 4 - l'rum Connuitlw- S! - Anvil I1-Y 2, 3. I: l'rvsidf-nt I - Staff 4- 'lass Hziski-Ilwill l, 2, 3 - Var- ity Ilaskotlxull I - Class I'rr-s- df-nt 3, 4 - Vivo I'rr-sid:-nl l - ltudnnt Coumfil 2 - Class ,lushliall 3 - Oldor Rays Cim- vronce 4 - Chvf-rlvamlvi' 3 - An- il Stafl' -I3 .XSSociaIv Editor 4. 15l2s- Senior Class History In September of 1939, we, the class of '43 made our debut into the gay whirl of high school life. We got off to a good start with a whole hearted cooperation on everyone's part in sponsoring a box social. We also had a penny carnival. Then came June. When we came back again, this time as experienced Sophomores, we elected Rosaline Mineo for our President, making her second term of office. This year we had some super parties and more money-making schemes. Again came June and three months of vacation. In 1941, we all came back to enjoy our status as Juniors. This year we elected Arthur Treat as our President. We were the sponsors of an unsurpassable banquet and Victory Prom at the Showboat. We had a good time at both and so did everyone else. June came as usual, none too soon. Now we have become the "awe-inspiring" Seniors. During this, our last year under the roofs of UCHS., we crowd into our time every minute of possible enjoyment and study. We book time out to have another "Penny Carnival" and a big class party. Finally, on May 25th, the great day comes. We graduate, leaving behind us a few vague memories, but taking with us many clear ones. We and the class of 1943. The Class officers who were elected by their fellow students include: Art Treat, President, Neil Clark, Secretary and Treasurer, Gerry Blok, Vice President, Marilyn Burger, Historian. This well-known class has spread its fame everywhere and is repre- sented in the Navy, Coast Guards, and Army. Those who would have graduated in this class, but left before the end of the term, and received their diplomas were: Ray Parrish, Paul Gregor, Louis Klein, and Jack Mullen. Carlyle Shepard has served with the Navy since July, 1942. Last and certainly not least, the Senior class is proud to have in its grad- uating class, Florence Laird, who would have graduated in the class of '38, but unfortunately was taken ill and could not finish this task at the time. Now, through the co-operation of Miss Durbin and Mrs. Elmer, Florence has wo1'ked hard and has completed her high school education. She will long remember 1943, for on May 25th she came forward as a member of the graduating class and received her diploma. Her efforts certainly were rewarded. The Senior Class expresses their congratulations to Florence and wish her the very best of luck, knowing that she will succeed in all her life ac- tivities. siqisyaf Class Prophecy Gwendolyn Gray is fast becoming famous as pianist in Phil Spitalny's All- Girl Orchestra. CP. S. She also writes a lot of his music for him.J Crpha Bennett and Ann Boyachek are now employed at Silka's Five and Ten in Waterford. Arden Earl has a trucking system which extends all over the United States. He has employed as one of his drivers, Donald Triscuit. Edward Caflisch has a position as head research chemist at the Johns Hopkins Research Center. Art Treat, who got his start working for his father at his clothing store, is now head of a great chain of clothing stores. Edward Wheeler has been singled out for his fame as an artist since his return from his trip to Europe. Elayne Emerson, dress designer, also returned from the same trip with Edward. Wilbur Houston is superintendant at the Borden's Milk Company, where A1'lene Wilson is also working as his secretary. Private, too. Max Le Suer is managing the local A8zP. June Lewis is still working at Cooper's Grocery Store. Elmer Blystone, a captain of the United States Air Corp, was seriously injured in an airplane crash and was taken to the New York Hospital where he was instantly operated on by Doctor Inman, assisted by nurses Ruth Smith and Elayne Hinkson. Iris Barnes, beautician, operates her own beauty shop in Erie. Her as- sistants are Josephine Sherrod and Goldie Maynard. Doris Glover, Erma Jean Shreve and Helen Boyaczko are running a fash- ionable dress shop in New York City. One of their most prominent cus- tomers is Miss Jacqueling Ryan, one of the latest debutantes. Helen Rose and Marian King do most of the modeling for this shop. Margery Estes is giving' dancing lessons at her home while her husband Neil Clark is settled at his hunting lodge in Canada with Gary Blok. They are said to be the greatest trapers in Canada. Class PFOPITSCY .8 .3 Lois Hamilton is a missionary in China. Evelyn Tarbell is working for Jack Mullen at Mullen Plumbing Co., until her husband comes home from the Army. Ronald Shepard and Robert Soety, nationally known explorers are now ex- ploring in the peaceful Ilse of Utopia. Hazel Ramsdell is with them to interpret all the foreign languages that they happen to run into. Jackie Kimmy is happily married and is now living at her estate in Erie. She has as her butler, Ray Parrish, maids are Lois Campbell and Carol Brown, governess for her four children is Rosaline Mineo. June Estes is the Roaming Reporter for the Union City Blizzard, published by Arthur Klein. The marriage of Arthur Fuller, who owns the Recreation Park just out- side of Union City, to Beatrice Southworth is the latest talk of all society in Union City. Paul Walters is now head of the National Boy Scouts of America. He also has two sons that are now eagle scouts. Carlyle Shepard, owner of the Night Owl, is frequently visited by Art Klein who photographs customers for the Union City Blizzard. Helen Still is seen there quite frequently with her husband. Doris Dorman, surgeon at the Cleveland Hospital operated on Paul Gregor last week. The operation was said to be successful and Paul will be able to go back to work as engineer at Conway's Engineering Company. La Rue Ryan, part owner of the Ryan-Krol Aircraft Corporation recently developed a new bomber which was tested by Pilot James Bengel and he was accompanied by mechanics Lawrence Henry and Keith Combs. Catherine Balas is now teaching Typing and Shorthand and Marilyn Bur- ger, history in the Union City High School. We also find that Elleanoi Rosier is the secretary to the Union City High School principle. 'SUSE'- NAME NICIINAME Catherine Balas ....... ..... ' 'Katie" .............. .. Iris Barnes ....,....... "Touts" .... .. James Bengel ........ "Bing"..... Orpha Bennett ......,, ........ O rpha ...... Gerritt Blok ......... "Gary".... Elmer Blystone ...... ........ E lmer ...... Anna Boyachek ...... "Ann" .... .. Helen Boyaczko ........,...... Helen ....... Carol Brown ..............,......... Carol ........ Marilyn Burger .,,,...........,. "Bugs" .... ..... . . Margaret Buterbaugh ..... "Peggy"..... Edward Caflisch ............. ...... .. Lois Campbell ................... "Pinky" .... .. Neil Clark ......... "Red" ..... ., Keith Combs ........ Robert Conway ..,... Doris Dorman ........ Arden Earll .......,....... Elaine Emerson ....... Junea Estes ............ Margery Estes ........ Arthur Fuller ........ Doris Glover ..... .... Gwendolyn Gray ....... Lois Hamilton .........., Lawrence Henry ....... Elaine Hinkson ...... Mary Holland ...,.,.. Wilbur Huston ...... Mary Inman .....,,,,......,. ,,,,. , . "Pete .,...... .lB0b.,-nm Dee ..,. Arden ......... "Emmey" ............ "June"..... "Stub" ..... i.Art.f.-.- D0t" ....... "Gwen" ...... Jacqueline Kimmey ........, "Mid" ...... Marian King ............, Arthur Klein ....... Andrew Krol ..,.... Max Le Suer ....... Characteristics .Al .Sl SEEN DOING- Shorthand .......................... Drinkin' "cokes" ...........,....... Driving the Ford Truck ........ Coming in late .................,,..... Knocking gal's around ........ Studying planes ................ Workin' at Ritz ....... Ridin' in a Chev ...... Reading ...........,.... Not much .,.,............ ,....,. With Hazel R ............. ..... . Doing Chemestry ........ ..... VVith Elaine ...........,......... .. Talking with "Stub" ......... .... . . Sellin' defense stamps .......... ...... Ridin' his bike ...............,.................. Talking with "Ed" or "Art"....... Standing in the hall ............,. ...... Chewing gum ..................,.,. Writin' notes to "Bob" ..... Hunting for Clark .......... Delivering groceries ........ Gossiping .................... Playing Piano ........... "Chippy" ..,.......... Going to Church ...,.. .. "Hank" ...,,. ....,,, B lushing .......................... .. "Hinkie" .... ,...,.. R unnin' after excuses ....,.... .. Mary ........ ....... N othing fshe's marriedh ..... "Hoot" .... ....... I 'laying basketball ............ .. "Fudge" ,.... ...... B eing witty ..,.....,................ .. ......,Writing a certain guy....... King .,...... ....... B eing quiet ...............,.,...... ilAI,t..-M l.Andy..'-U Mac' ...... June Lewis .........., "Snitch",,,, Edward Lopus ,....... ..,.,,,, ' 'Ed.",,,, Goldie Maynard ....,. ,,,,,,,, G Oldie ,,,,,, Hazel Ramsdell ..,,... ,,.,,. ' 'Shox-ty",,., Helen Rose ........... "Rosie" ,,,, ,, Elleanor Rosier ...... Jacqueline Ryan ....... LaRue Ryan ............ Marjorie Shamp ......... Ronald Shepard ....... "Ellie" .,............... "Jackie" "Raspberry ...,,,. "Marge" .............. ii H Ron ..........,.,..... Josephine Sherrod .,,,,.,,.,,. "Jo" Erma Jean Shreve ,.... ...... ' ' " Jean ..... Anthony Silka .........,, "Tony" ,,,, Ruth Smith ..........,........,,,. "O0se" ,,,,, Robert Soety .........,.........,, "Bob" ,4,,,, Beatrice Southworth ........ "Bee" ....... Helen Ann Still ............... "Pick" ,.... Evelyn Tarbell ....,. Arthur Treat ....... Donald Triscuit ...... Paul Walters .......... Edward Wheeler ....... Arlene Wilson ........ ........ Paul Gregor .......,, ,,,,,,., Rosaline Mineo ...... Jack Mullen ..........., Raymond Parish ....... ..... ..Lynn,-.M ..Art.. .4 Don" ...... Paul ...... ..Ed-.mm ulgeen-In Paul ...... MRO., "Mull" ..... "Ray" .,.... Bothering everybody ........ Studying ..........,........... Butchering .................,... Working at Coopers ,....... Being shy .......,..,........... Just watching ............. . Watching the kids ....... Working at Joes' ...,.,..... Talking with Coach ........ Typing .................,................... Driving like the devil .............. Readin' letters from Army ............. ,Almost anything .......... , ............. ..... . Clerking at Wagman's ...... lVith "Gwen" .........,.......... Pestering Jackie R ...... Wolf'in'! .......,................ Working in poises ......... Clerking at Murphy's .l.... ...... Jerking Sodas ................. ...... VVith Chuck .............,. ...... Playing the bass ..,........... ...... Flirting .............,................,....... . Making announcementsm- ........... Drawing ...... . ......... . .....,.,.... .. Laughing ......................,..... In the Coast Guards ...... In college ...................... In the Navy ....... In the Navy ...... +Ei19l-if HEARD SAYING For heavens sake. Sure. What's that That so. Want to get killed. Darn it'. Are you kiddin'. Got to get supper. Got your French. Oh! Horrors. Oh! Gosh. Where's Dee. I don't know. No future in it. Huh. What's the story. I'm so sleepy. Not a thing. Could be. I don't care. Can't see it. Is that right Say know. Heard this one. That's easy. I can't sec it. Go get it. Who do you think you are Gee! ! What's so funny, Is that so. You don't say. Censored. I know. Got your stamp. E gad. Huh! Z Gosh. Got a date. Aman!!! Are you kiddin? ? '? I don't get it. Many things. He's in the Army. Why. Nuts. Got your shorthand. Oh! Let me see. Ah! S'hucks. Not much. Gee Whiz. Sometimes I wonder. You know what I mean. That so. Hi beautiful. I know the answer. See what I did. Say know. What's cookin' Ohhhhhh! Where's Marge. All most anything. Snapshots Miss Miller starting the day smiling. Now don't tell me someone's camera shy, and look how disgusted Bob appears to be. Gus making his entrance all alone, and frowning QI d0n't blame himg for frowningj Red with Jackie, and not smiling - - what Was the matter Red? The Gillette sisters, lacking Annabelle now. What ya doin' Jake, counting on your toes? "Bill" and "Dot" - - always together. Miss Smiley, getting to school to make out those little blue slips. 432059 Class Will 3.9! We, the Graduating Class of 1943, do hereby solemnly will these- our personal characteristics-to the advancing students of Union City High School. We know that our bequeathments will be in good hands and our only hope is that the persons acquiring these characteristics will use them to their best ability. Catherine Balas leaves her Typing and Shorthand ability to anyone who needs it. Iris Barnes leaves her beautiful black wavy hair to Lillian Alcorn. James Bengel donates his ability for "slaying the women" to Earl Barton. Orpha Bennett gives her baby-blue eyes to Jeannette Main. Gary Blok hands over his football suit to Steve Donche. Elmer Blystone adds his football abilities to that of John Cadwallader. Ann Boychek leaves her shortness to Betty Smith. Helen Boyaczko leaves her confusing name to June Jones. Carol Brown, our Home Ec. girl, unselfishly gives her cooking and sewing abilities to Eloise Johnson. Marilyn Burger leaves her basketball ability to "Pug" Harris. Margaret Buterbaugh assigns her pretty brown eyes to Rose Prather. Edward Caflisch wills his studiousness to Margaret Davis. Lois Campell gladly leaves her freckles to her brother. She thinks that he needs more. Neil Clark joyously gives Joe Inman his wonderful technique of ? ? ? Keith Combs leaves his job as Football Manager to Allen Congdon. Robert Conway gives to Bill Bishop his blond curly hair. Doris Dorman's technique of keeping the boys guessing is bestowed upon Faniel Hare. ' Arden Earll donates his quietness to the Junior Class knowing that they will highly appreciate it. Elaine Emerson wills her laughter to Mary Covey. eE'l21l2+ Class Will sv al June Estes wills her amazing ability in high grades to Bill Cadwallader. Margery Estes donates her dancing grace to Edith Lopus. Arthur Fuller wills it that Joe Courtwright receive his gentlemanly ways. Doris Glover bestows upon Louise Ainsworth her friendly ways. Gwendolyn Gray leaves her musical ability to Eileen McEntarfer. Lois Hamilton leaves her prized watch to her sister-thus keeping it in the family. Lawrence Henry wills his bashfulness to "Red" Daniels. Elaine Hinckson gives Peggy Kerr the job of helping Miss Smiley with excuses. Mary Holland bequeaths her tallness and slenderness to Maxine Don- aldson Wilbur Houston transfers his skill on the basketball floor to "Bud" Gregory. Mary Inman leaves her habit of saying the wrong thing at the wrong time to Jackie Sorrell. Jacqueline Kimmey bequeaths her cheerleading tact to Betty Patten. Marian King, one of our quiet lassies, hands her bowling scores to Pauline Brown. d Arthur Klein gives up his duty as Editor of the Anvil to next years E itor. Andy Krol bequeaths his quietness to Howard Baker. Max Le Suer wills his unknown ways to his brother Neil. June Lewis leaves her guarding ability in basketball to Arlene Shade. Edward Lopus bequeaths his size 11 roller skates to Bob Burns. Goldie Maynard adds her shyness to that of Joyce Drakes'. Hazel Ramsdell donates her job at Reggie Smiths' to Harriett East- man. Helen Rose leaves her blue-rimmed glasses without the glass to Ruth Jane Rupp. -efjf22l5v- Class .35 Eleanor Rosier reluctantly wills her way with Mr. Coveleski to Ger- trude McGill. Jacqueline Ryan leaves her skating ability to Marilyn Crowe. LaRue Ryan Cbetter known as "Raspberry"J wills his laughter and his portable radio to Wayne Lillie. . Marjorie Shamp will gladly bestow her shyness to Dot Fleming. Ronald Shepard leaves his ability for skipping school to George Cong- don. Josephine Sherrod bestows upon Amy France her after-school job at Wagmansl Erma Jean Shreve bequeaths her jolliness to Allene McCray hoping that she will use it to her best ability. Anthony Silka hereby, unwillingly, leaves his gift of gab to Joe Layden Ruth Smith without a single doubt, thinks that Martha Gillett should acquire some of her long hair. Robert Soety wills his devilishness in his class room No. 5 to Neil Carlstrom. Beatrice Southworth bestows upon Dorothy Gabbel her changing way of temper. Helen Still graciously bequeaths her VIOLIN to Lena Palmer. Evelyn Tarbell wills to the class that she wishes to trade U. C. H. S. for Chuck. Arthur Treat leaves his streamline strut to James Hammond. Donald Triscuit's ability of taking things the wrong way goes to Dick Short. Paul Walters entrusts upon Bob Bennett to take over his job at the National Bank. Edward Wheeler leaves his soprano voice and artistic ways to Willard Carson. Arlene Wilson hesitantly leaves her pretty white teeth as an advertise- ment for Colgate tooth paste. .qzsya Snapshots .3 .93 Almost each class represented. W'hat happened to Mary, was she sick. Our snapshot photographer, looking serious. Three guesses what's wrong, no folks not that,-they're really all right, just feeling good. Did you ever see these three apart-well, so have we-just something to write about. Ahg someone not interested in the game- 65424539 Assemblies .Muay SEPTEMBER 5, 1942-Our dynamic ex-faculty member Mr. Gilnett in- troduced our new teachers. Some of them nice? Huh Elleanor? OCTOBER 19, 1942-We were entertained by the Slout Players. This was our first special assembly of the year. NOVEMBER 2, 1942-Jack Raymond gave us a very interesting study of reptiles in our second special assembly of the year. An added attrac- tion was Jackie Ryan holding a huge black snake, also Ruth Jane Rupp fainted from obvious reasons. NOVEMBER 10, 1942-A second Gene Autry appeared in our midst on this bright November day. The horse did some amazing tricks and Texas Tommy displayed many thrilling rope feats. JANUARY 8, 1943-Miss Durbin's room put on the first homeroom assem- bly with Red Daniels acting as master of ceremonies. Joe Inman's birthday was this week so they presented him with a very useful gift. JANUARY 15,1943-This assembly showed the ability of the Freshmen and the cleverness of our new teacher, Miss Miller. Wimpy certainly knows his gossip, dosen't he ? ? ? ? JANUARY 22, 1943-Semester exams instead of usual assembly. JANUARY 29, 1943-Miss Brakeman's homeroom showed unusual ability for thinking fast. What happened Neil and Gary? Anyway it was very original with Bugs Burger as master of ceremonies. FEBRUARY 5, 1943-So finally the Union City High School has come out with another Mr. Gilnett in Howard Steves. Corney jokes, get it? We all enjoyed Mr. Anderson's skit on "The Man Without a Country." '9i25lH+ Assemblies Jud FEBRUARY 12, 1943-Mrs. Hill's homeroom put on a Truth and Conse- quence program with contestants from each class. Anthony Silka, on roller skates for the first time, was a laughable victim of a consequence. FEBRUARY 18, 1943--The band played several numbers under the direc- tion of Mr. Snyder. FEBRUARY 26, 1943-Today we received in the portals of good old U. C. H. S., two glass blowers. They did some amazing things with glass, such as blowing a glass stork, which they left with the school. MARCH 5, 1943-A professional Whistler accompanied by a talented mu- sician entertained us with musical selections, imitations of animals by whistling, also demonstrations of sound effects used on radio programs. MARCH 12, 1943-Mixed Chorus sang our Alma Mater for the first time, also other selections. MARCH 19, 1943-Mrs. Elmer's home room had a variety program with musical numbers and a penny auction. Rosie Ryan was back in circula- tion acting as the auctioneer. Earl Cutshall got a lovely nightgown. MARCH 26, 1943-Today's assembly was given over to pictures released by the War Information Bureau. Three ten minute movies were shown, "The British Convoy," and "The Man Behind the Gun." APRIL 2, 1943-Miss Tyndall's seventh grade homeroom favored the stu- dent body With several musical selections, wisecracks, and poems. APRIL 9, 1943-Presentation of football, basketball, cheerleader, and Re- view Staff awards, after which Dr. West of the Baptist Church and Rev. Bevington spoke, while the latter sang familiar hymns. wsrr Snapshots Mud Marge and Mary aren't camera shy, as one can see by those smiles. Mac coming to school again--could be! Today it is Jackie who has the frown, and Puff bashful ! ! I ! Mr. Jenkins out for a summer stroll. Why, Miss Inman, you dldn't look at the birdie and Miss Durbin did. "bill" all alone today-or at least at this time. Mrs. Elmer frowning at the camera man and "Hoot" all smiles-who wouldn't be. Guess who, you can'f1, neither can we-but it's all right they don't mind, do you Whimp? JH 9 lu iii M 7 jlif School Cdlehddl' aux FEBRUARY 1- Bee Wilson was sent to a freshman study hall. FEBRUARY 2- Anvil Staff met to make plans for the yearbook. FEBRUARY 3- Amy France dropped defense stamp money in the hall. What a racket! FEBRUARY 4- All the girls are busy getting their boxes ready for the big box social tonight. FEBRUARY 5- Quite a few up-sets in intramural basketball today. Everybody talking about the good time they had at the box social last night. FEBRUARY 8- Girl Reserves received their pins today. FEBRUARY 9- Quite a few Seniors started on their thesis today. FEBRUARY 10- Evelyn Tarbell celebrates her birthday. FEBRUARY 11- Girls basketball team practiced for the first time. FEBRUARY 12- Mrs. Hi1l's home room had assembly and it went over with a bang! Or at least M. B. thought so. FEBRUARY 15- We had a surprise today! School was cold so we were excused from our morning classes to go home. FEBRUARY 16-Red Daniels' flashy sweater caused a riot. FEBRUARY 17- Black Out! No, just a day light practice raid. FEBRUARY 18- Everybody enjoyed the Bohemian G'lass Blowers. They really were interesting! FEBRUARY 19- There's a big commotion today. Everybody is talking about the vacation next week because of rationing. MARCH 1- Waterford journeys here to play a game of basketball. They take us over 45-17. What's the matter boys? MARCH 2- Seniors last practice before they play the Soph. girls in basketball. MARCH 3- Is there a romance between "El" Rosier and Jim Bengel? MARCH 4- Soph. girls defeated the Senior girls 16-117. What a team that Soph. Class has! MARCH 5- Corry defeated our varsity 62-11. This was our last game of the season for the varsity. MARCH 8- Mr. Sell is taking pictures for our Anvil today. 4642815 School Cdlehddl' aus MARCH 9- Another special assembly today-"Sounds of the Air." It was very good. MARCH 10- Donald Triscuit expressed to the Sociology class that he was a "wolf." MARCH 11- Mr. Mclnerny sent half of his Senior Science class to study hall. What seemed to be the trouble, Mr. Mclnerny '? ? ? MARCH 12- School was dismissed at 3:15 today because of class basket- ball. Hope the best team wins. MARCH 15- Seniors received their name cards today. They also had a meeting and decided on their class color, flower, and motto. MARCH 16- Mr. Jenkins drew "Red" Daniels into his confidence and ask- ed him how to go about growing a mustache. MARCH 17- The 8th grade girls' team beat the Senior team 14-13. What's the matter Seniors? MARCH 18- Subscriptions for the Anvil were taken up today. MARCH 19- Mrs. Elmer's home room held an auction in assembly today- "Cutch" got quite a bargain. Ask him 1 l l MARCH 22- Seniors gave the '7th grade quite a beating in basketball. Oh, Well, 7th grade, don't give up-you've just started. MARCH 23- Assembly on alcohol by Mr. Sadofski. MARCH 24- Today Mr. Mclnerny proved to his Senior Science class how well he liked to hear Arlene Wilson talk. She read 55 minutes. MARCH 25- There seems to be a lot of red noses around school today. Nothing unusual though because French and Latin Club is having their formal initiation. MARCH 26- The War Department sent us some actual pictures of battle scenes. After seeing these pictures I should think there ought to be an increase in the sale of defense bonds and stamps. MARCH 29- There's another peculiar odor floating around school again. It comes from the Chemestry lab. Maybe Ed. Caflisch could tell you the cause. MARCH 30- Everybody is talking about the swell time they had at the Pre-prom dance last night, sponsored by the Juniors. '5f29li+ School Calendar SMH MARCH 31- Pick Still declared her love for "Eli" Pratt by asking him to escort her to the Prom. APRIL 1- "Bee" Wilson breezing around school with an "up-sweep." April 2- It's snowing again after all that nice spring weather we had, which we haven't got yet. . APRIL 5- June Lewis Was'nt late this morning. It was a surprise for all of us. APRIL 6- Don Triscuit proved to a certain young Senior lady today that he was a man. APRIL 7- The kids in Senior Science class are burying their heads in their boolrs studying for their six weeks test. Mr. McInerny's tests are "whizzes." APRIL 8- Everybody is out taking pictures it's such a nice day. APRIL 9- 7th and 8th grades are having this afternoon off. I wonder how they rate ? 'Z ? 'Z APRIL 12- Another of those swell pre-prom dances tonight! They're lots of fun kids! Miss Durbin and the Junior class deserve the credit. APRIL 13- Don't forget the benefit movie tonight, sponsored by the Lions Club and tickets sold by the Anvil Staff. APRIL 14- "El" Rosier and Don Triscuit sure fell this noon-but not for each other! Did it hurt, kids ? ? ? ? APRIL 15- Don't forget the cake walk tonight sponsored by the Soph's. APRIL 16- The movie that was shown in assembly this morning ought to sell lots of war bonds. Unless you don't have a heart. APRIL 19- "Don" Triscuit finally got up the nerve to get a date for the prom. Nice going "El" l ! I APRIL 20- Everybody is half asleep due to the party la.st night, given in the honor of Neil Clark, by Miss "Stub" Estes. 'Neil leaves for the Navy thursday. APRIL 21- A railroad detective talked to the Sociology class about his work. It was very interesting. U APRIL 22- Today at 12:30 starts our Easter vacation. '5i30l9" UNDERCLASSMEN -' JUNIORS FIRST TIUXV: Bliss Ilurliin, Lillian Alt-o1'n, ln-na lalmor, Marllm Uliviigli, I-lm'ls-iiso f1l'4'fIUl'Y, Marg.g'is- Crowe, Alarllia Gill:-L, lli-lv-n Thomas, ,Xllono Ni-L'ray, Alice Mclivlarft-r. Mar- f.Z'llf'l'llf' XYhili'ord. Diirolliy Ilolwlxw-l, Gladys llL'll4il', .lo Ann llyan. Mary Olga Slire-vo. liiiiwilliy Fleming. SICUUNIH IZUXV: Rl2ll'H'Hl'K'T Davis, Ida S1-liauli, Marian Frzim-1-, Holly Dv Vow, Gi-rt1'udv ills-- llill, Marian Sowvrs, lim-alriwo l'm'kraii, lliyllis XVard, Sopliii- 124-ni. IZ:-n Ella Drake. lilluisi- Joliiison. Fclilh Lupus. Tliw-lmu 'I'ruyi-r, Maxine Doiialilsoii, Marilyn Uomlis, Ho- mzilino Hall, Naomi Hollister. THIRD ROXV: Rivlizilwl l'rail, Marvin Sliorrml, .loss ph Inman. Audrey Adaiiis, Hvrlwri Uomiis. l'!rm'o Ulmls, lim-sliv Sliadv, Hubert i"itzg1-raid. Iiolif-rt llvnm-11, Su-vo Dmivlw, .Ianni-s Hammond, .luinf-S XYatson, XVinifr1-d Holiliins, Mr. Andi-rson. l4'OllliTll IIUXY: Uliarlm-s l'l'US!4. Hill llislwp, l'alr'is'k Toni-V, Russell XV:-lsli, th-iii'go Uongdon. XYayii4- l.illio, Howard Daniels, Iii-xlkird XVI-lib, lloward Sli-vos. Marvin Nr-l:-um, Theo- dorv l'iluc'li, lrlarlha XN'altvrs. 'Junior Activities On the first of September the following' Junior class officers were elected: Presidentg Rexford Webb, Vice Presidentg George Congdon, Secretary: Marjorie King, Treasurerg Russell Webb, Social Chairmang Bob Bennett, Historiang Helen Thomas. During' the first semester a contest was held for the collection of dues. The result Was a party given to Room 1 by Room 2. The year rolled on. The highlight of the year was our magazine-selling campaign at which time 61 of the 64 students cooperated. The campaign was very successful and increased our treasury very much. The Juniors sponsored eight Pre-prom dances at which many students learned to dance. 0ur Victory Prom was held May 14, 1943, which was largely attended and everyone had a grand time. The Annual Junior-Senior Banquet was held May19, 1943 at the Bap- tist Church. M iii 3 2 SGP!-IGMCDIQES l'IRS'l' ROW: John xVllllfIl1lS, laul Sannnons, Ruth Rupp. Mzirprarf-t Ann Downs, Rose l'ralln-r, Lolita Slianipov, Or!-in Phillips. Mary Neilson. .Ivan Martin, Sara Thompson, Urtly lation, Kose' Skwllllbliil.. lloruiliy Gray, lililn-an lVI0l3Tnlarff-r, Fanncil Har:-, Margaret Ryan, Allen 1'ong'rlon, Ilohwrt llurns. .. Sl-JUUND ROXV: Mrs. I-llnn r. Hill:-l Smith, lll1ll'LX'llI'tl Ki-rr, li!-ss S'-ll, I'uuline Brown, Joan- nf-lt-- Mziin. Maxine Gilloll, Iinid Xirieln, llill'I'lK'l Wish, .luni Whitney, Marjorie Shreve, Mi-ri-dylli Mzxryoti. Virginia 2-Tw-ly, .Ji-uiic-ilv Iflclwards. lark Glaliry. Nelson Caldwell, l"l'2ll1i'l:4 Gorcloii, l"i'1'ilf-i-ic-la It-wgi-1'::, l.:i Iiuf- 'l'hninas, Roger Bloss, Mr. Mclnornvy. 'FHIIID HUNT: i4'1'odvi'ir'k Vow. Hi-weird XV::lkins, Hvriwri IH-asv, Orville Davis, Dallas Gray. K--nm-th Gr:-gory, lnul King, Lewis Klus, Stanley Kuczaj, Earl Futshall, Howard Sarn- nions, Jus:-pli l'ourtwrigli1. VVilliani Vnclwzillcr. .Init Zolnbf-ck. I'UL'R'l'll ROW: Marlin I'rop1-r, Mic-har-l Kusixik, John Kozy, Douglas Becker, Harold Stoves, Francis XYonlf-nay, Anthony Iiuha, Joseph Lnydon, VValti-1' lirol, Ralph Hunter, Richard Slim-vi-, N:-il l'2il'lill'0lN, Edward Kozuuhnwsky, Neil Maynard, .Iosc-ph Butorbaugh, Fran- cis Hunter. The History ol the Sophomore Class On September 11th, the Sfphomore Class elected the following officers: Presidentg Bill Cadwallader, Vice Presidentg Joe Courtright, Secretaryg Faniel Hare, Treasurerg Margaret Ryan, Historiang Francis Hunter. "Mac" left us the 15th of November. We had a farewell party Nov. 14th, and everyone enjoyed it. In March, Bill Cadwallader moved to Buffalo, so we had to elect a new President. Herb Pease was elected. April 15th is a date that the Sophomore Class will not forget as they sponsored a very successful cake walk and dance.. It was well supported by the student body and a swell time was enjoyed by all. We had an extraordinary successful year with our coke and candy machines even though a war halted the production of both items. -:Sf 3 3 ,Qs PRES!-IMEN FIRST ROW: Jeanette Weitzr-l, Mary Layden, Jackie Sorrell, Betty Smith, Catherine Sehaub Helen Barstow, Maryon Carroll, Betty Hamilton, Velma Robbins, Eleanor McEntarfer, Marion Rockwood, Marjorie Mae Cooper, Betty Jane Donche, Lucille Bennett, June Jones, Jackie Nelson, Helen Balik. SIGCUND ROW: Miss Martine, Amelia Chundrlek, Arlene Shade, Rayola Powell, Marilyn Proper, Audrey Hunter, Margaret Courtwright, Rosella Deogard, Viola Clark, Ella lit-nnett, Thelma Bennett, .Ieanett Bennett, Shirley Durst, Sara Ann Moisher, Laura Kozuchowsky, Marion Sedmena, Dorothy Thomas, Miss Miller. THIRD ROW: Glenice Vkfilliamson, Stephaine Drabina, Joyce McIntyre, Raymond Potter, Henry Kusick, Harold Campbell, Jack Kellogg, Herbert Hammond, Jack Reed, Richard Olmert, Donald Merkle, Bernard Blystone, Frank Drabina, Ronald Grant, Juluia Trojak, Shirley Troyer, Frances Blakely. FOURTH ROVV: Richard Smith, Charles Alcorn, Leroy Mitchell, Charles Rose, Walter Hen- derson, lVillis Botsford, Thomas Thayko, Lionel Potter, Richard Barber, Clifford Crabbs, Robert Miehael, Robert Shreve, Connie Ainsworth, Marshall Young, Carl Barton, Wilson Shreve. Carl Kozy, Howard Davis. Friday, Nov. 6th, We had a skating party which brought S5 for the treasury. A class party was staged in the gym on Nov. 11th. There W61'9 various games and later in the evening a luncheon was served. All left feeling it had been a pleasant evening. This super class, always seeking a good time, had another party on March 25th, and this time dancing was the feature of features. Later in the evening refreshments were served Calways eating ? 'Z ? J. The party lasted until 9:30 when everyone 'F ? went home, tired but happy.- 4345+ EIGHT!-l GRADE Raymond Hollister, Phaunr-r-y Mc'G:1hr1, LeRoy XX'nlt1-rs, Ernest Kimmey. Herbert Burns. 131-why Uorklin. ffl'-'S4' Drayrfr, Harold I:K'l'lN"', Rohr-rl Sherwood, Richard Nason, Gerald 'l'limiipsm1, Nc-rmau Slu-:'woml, Willimxx l'iwlir:m. Rohn-rl Fisk--. Erma XVrig:ht. Amanda llcl- lirg-'i'. Msn-mlm Hfulgins, XY:aml:u 'I'hursHm, Gladys King, Alia-it Grflgnry, XVilliam lim-kr-it H'-rmun lCarll. Nlznry f'llllllt'l', ilornlliy lbaliir-lson, Ruth Mzlllisoli. Joy:-e Hvndrrson, Jack Ln Huw-r, .lami-s ll-'llyl-r. Hdwxird Fil'-gzxr, Ralph l':nmplwll, Raymond I.awr1-nw-, Kenneth XVill- iams, .Io:1nnr- 1'ourlrif,:'ht, Dorolliy .Kim lim-iixwtl, Mary lvlziynarcl, Helen l'is-rcr. .ll-an Dvogarrl, Dorothy k'1'ow1-. Marilyn Urnwf-. Jn-an IH-rry. H1-lon Howe, Eva Blakely, Ur-lia Bliley, Char- lene Howland. tlravs- Mrkjuislon, XYlYlI'lf'f'l'llll Fay, I4'ram'is Dowsw-. Anna May Kozy, Helly Rust. Ann l'i1zvr. Another Class we are proud to give immeasurable thanks to is the Eighth Grade. They had one party this year and the 8 1's failed to get their dues in first, so entertained the 8 11's. Everyone joined in the sports of the evening, playing bingo, ping-pong, bowling, and shooting at targets. Later a Grand March was enjoyed followed by a lunch. We hope no one ate too much and are quite sure that everyone had a swell time, disregard- ing the cold weather outside. The class officers as elected are: Presidentg Ann Pitzer, Vice Presi- dentg Charlene Howland, Secretary and Treasurerg Ruth Mattison, Social Chairman: Dick Nason, Student Council members are: Maryland Crowe and William Cochran. -if 3 5 E+ SEVENTH GRADE l-lomeroom of Miss lyndallfand Miss parker FIRST IIHW: l'2llI'll'l1! Illini-1'son. Lois' XY1'll?lt'l1l'l', Mario lXIorlon, Mary A, XVag.:'vl'. lXlarjori.- I null lln ni tnnnnmn lillll 1 lx 1 Si- 4' . fi -1- --- ":y : , ii: "sw 'n wr, .I-ry -1- Kr-nn'-sly. IH-ggiv Lyons. Iiulh .Inlin- sov. l':xlriwi:n I.ill1y. Violw-1 Ilvnm-ll. llnrothy llc-wis, Doris Dyno. riqq4'UNl1 IUIW: cli-org.- Sniniimxis, lbolmlml liyzin. hill K:-llogp:.'. Harry Kerr. liilly S1:lI'l'or1l. i"r:1nk Mini-o, llnrry l3I'lllil'. liussl-II Stone, In-wis SHIIIIIIUHS, I.1Vm'm- Ryan. liilly Sliamls-. 'l':-:lily liool. lil-i-fl Smith, Iii-ginzllxl Vow-y. 'l'lllllI5 IIHXY: Marilyn M1-rkl-V. li'-lly XYil1'ux. Hzlrlvm' Sli-wart, lmilzl liim-hzirds, 154-ily Mills-I'. Ii:-tty l'rie-1-. llillilll' Isrzu-Ison. l'l:4ir Morton, Uarl S4-liaulx. lmlloy Shi-Ilils. l421XYl'l'll4'l' Howl- .l:lr'k llanl--y, 'Pom Iloyll-, 1'lil'1uli liils-lin3.1'4-l'. I"Ul'It'l'll IUPW: l.ilIiun liuln-mile. l'2llllll14' Burrows. Violet Hi-c-ks-r, Nina M. Hawley. Ruth lHm.:'li-. Helly M. Slim-x'v, Iiosi-niary l'2i!'l'l!4l1, Shirley Ma'C'lvll:m. Mario llolisl'nl'cl. Rita llIl5ll4'l'l. Iii-lly .l. Slil'vx'v, llorotliy Ilanii-ls. llorolhy ltloslior, .Jann-S Lowes, liaymond Wliili.--y. The Seventh Grade of U. C. H. S. deserve a great deal of thanks and recognition for the way in which they have co-operated with all the high school activities. They have been behind eve1'y idea, backing it to the fullest. They have looked forward with anxiety to each Wednesday when they might contribute toward defense sales. It is astounding the way in which they ran Ll close race with higher classes. At the beginning of the year they enthusiastically elected the following officers: Presidentg Frank lVlineo, Vice Presidentg Betty Marie Shreve, Secree taryg Joyce Kennedy, Treasurerg Ruth Johnson. egg 3 is gg? ATHLETICS ' N x,, , fx x ', -J 5 - 5 M-5? -X nl sv 9 V fy 5 N' - .f 'Q X X ff 'M L , " I sm.. . X 1 5 m53 J , X -r' ,fxxfx P al ,Af . k +f,'f37Hs Gregor Now S4-Vving in lhf- U. Sz Const tllxurcls ! F' Watkins Steves Davis P6386 V N Conway Gordon MANAGERS Coach - Coveleski Sr. Combs - Manager Congdon Parish fvillilllill. Nun SI'I'VIllP.f Ill Ihr- U. S. Na Blystone Olds Courtwright Shade Clark Blok Cadwallader Daniels Anisworth Football aux The Bears first football scrimmage got underway in the latter part of August and thirty-three candidates showed up to participate in the All- American sport. Under a new coach, Frankie Coveleski, the Bears were given an entirely new grid system to learn, so they had to buckle down and make the best of things. Although six lettermen reported for the season, the Bears had a pretty tough time getting through the season's schedule. One praise we can hand this years Bear squad is that they turned the trick in winning the first football game in sixteen trys. Even though the fellows had a poor season, we know they did their best. So what do you say we all get behind our next years team and help them accomplish a successful season. Jud 1942 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Date Opponents Opponents Union City September 12 ---- Albion ...........,.......... ........................... 1 3 0 September 18 ---- North East ......,........ i............ 2 6 0 September 25 ---- Girard i.............., .,... ........... 2 7 0 October 3 ---- Lawrence Park ......,........ .,.......... 5 1 0 October 9 ---- Millcreek ..,..,.,,......... .,,. ............ 3 1 0 October 15 ---- Corry ........,..,..,,.,... .......... 6 0 October 23 ---- Wesleyville .....,.,,i. ....,,...... 1 4 0 October 31 ---- Harborcreek .............,,................,...r.,,,,...........,...,..........,,,,....... 0 6 Neil Clark - right half gack, Gary Blok - left half back - Leslie Shade - half back, Bruce Olds - center, John Cadwallader - quarter back, Howard Daniels - half back, Orville Davis - tackle, Howard Watkins - tackle, Paul Gregor - end, Ray Parrish - center, Howard Steves - guard, Elmer Blystone- guard, Connie Ainsworth - full back, Joe Courtwright - guard. -21391-3+ Boys' Basketball l"IIiS'I' HOXV: Allvn f'4mg'dun, fYlll1llil" Anis- wurth, Wilbur Huston, NMI UI:-lrk, "Bunk" Shade-, Hvrlr I'c-asv, Km-ith Uimhs, SIGVUNIJ RUNV: Hn-lv UUINITS, K4'llll1'lh GM-- gury, lluwzuwi Slrxvvs, I'at 'l'um-r, Hrwward XY:4lkins. .Xrt 'I'r'1-at, Gvu1'gc- f'0I1f.2'dUll, .Tcw I.:1ydvn, Uuzavlx Russvll I'almm', Cudwullanler Daniels -12-ffl Basketball av:-av The Bears met for their first parctice on the second week in November and elimination for the Varsity and Junior Varsity squads were underway. Under a new coach this season, the Bears looked forward to a pretty suc- cessful season. But as time went along and the season came to a close the Bears' dreams were shattered. Union City was entered in the Section 3 league of the county cage loop, which included Corry, Wattsburg, and Waterford. The Bears played four games with each team respectively, thus com- pleting the cage season for 1942-43. On December 11, 1942 the Bears played the first league game of the season with Wattsburg. Union City, after leading the game for three quarters, gave ground in the final period, to bow 28-27, to their new rival. After making their trial test at Wattsburg in the opening game, the Bears journeyed to Waterford to try to make up for their close loss. But the Bisons turned the tables and left the Bears with their second defeat 29-12. The Bears, playing their first game of the season on their own hard- wood, Were host to the Corry Beavers on December 22, 1942. Corry hav- ing the strongest cage squad of the country, had little trouble in dropping the Bears 39-21. v99g:.3 1942 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Rather than give the summeries of all twelve games the Bears played, we will give the season schedule and the results of all games. Wattsburg ..........,.....,...........,,....,,.........,..,...., 28 Union City Waterford ....,...., ......... 2 9 Union City "iCorry ...........,....... ......... 3 9 Union City fWattslourg ..,......,, ,.,,...... 1 1 Union City fWaterford ,.......... ,..,,,,,. 4 3 Union City C01'I'y ...................... ......... 4 1 Union City Wattsburg ......... ......,.. 3 1 Union City Waterford ..,,...... .......,. 4 7 Union City ifC0r1'y ........................ ......... 4 0 Union City iiWattsburg ....,....., ......... 2 1 Union City 'iWaterford .,,,.,...,.. .......,, 4 7 Union City Corry ...................... ......... 6 1 Union City 248 'F Home Games. -off 4 11-3- Girls' Sports FIRST HOW: Neva, Varkvr, Coat-hp Rhea Miller, Coach: Ann 1'itzer, Captain: Betty Rust, Managrlrg Mvrvrlylli Maryott, Uzaiiiziilig llouisf- Ainsworth, Manager Marion France, Pap- laing lilarilyn UllI'g'4'l', Uaptnin: ,Ian-kin Hyan, Manager, Jackie Nc-lsnn, Captain: Juno Joni-s, Manage-rg ll:-tty Marie Sliiw-vm", tlaplaing if-ggy Lyons, Managcrg Ulara A. Durbin: l'o:1cli. Sl41U0Nl'J ROXY: Dorothy Uruwi-, Juni- XYhitnvy, Mary Nielson, .lt-am-ite Main, Audrey Adams Lillian .Xlc'u1'n, limmiuliiiv llall, 111-ily Hamilton, M:1r'g'i0 Estes, Uatlierinr- Schaub, Betty 1111114-lin-, Ruth Johnson, Lois VVl'll?il'kt'I'. 'l'HlRD RUVV: .lc-an IH-rry, Ruth Mattison, Hs-len l'ir-rcc, Enid Wright, Maxine Gilln-tl, llorlc-nsv Gregory, Martha l'Ioug:h. lflvvlyn Tarhell, Ruth Smith, Holi-n Barstow, Ann-lia C'hundi'If-k. Violet Bennett, Helly .Io Shreve. l"Olll1'l'll HONV: Dorolliy Danielson. Marilyn Uroxvn-, Orlr-ri Phillips, Sara Thompson, Martha, Gillr-ti, lilzlinr- llinksun, t'atli1-i'i1n- Halas, Elinor Mcldntarff'-r, Stephanie Drakina, Joyce lvlvliilyiwi, Harlem- Stn-xxrirt. llulh Iliiiglv, Katlic-i'i1'iv l'i'oc-k0i'. l"li"TH RONV: Mary Unnnr-r, Alice f!rf'goi'y, Celia lllilvy, Charlene Howland, Pauline Brown, Fanivl Hare, Heli-n Thomas, Blargin- Urowe, Elleanor Rosit-r. Harriet Price, .Ivannett XVvitzvl, Rita Laydvn, .loycfv K1-nnvcly. The girls' sports this year consisted entirely of basketball in the form ei' an intramural league under the supervision of Miss Durbin, Miss Miller, and Miss Parker. These games were played after school with no admission charge. The standing at the end of the season was as follows: Grade Games Played Won Tied Lost Points 12 5 3 0 2 6 11 5 3 0 2 6 10 5 5 0 0 101: 9 5 2 0 3 4 8 5 2 0 3 4 7 5 0 0 5 0 Win one game - - 2 points. Tie game - - 1 point. i4Champions. Jil A '7 in Cheerleaders Riurgi- 1'1-oxu-. lflluinw llzirris. I!iiI t':1clu'z1ll:11l4-1', .I:u'kir- Kimmc-y, Horlffnse Gregpry. Hu-3 There uxne Your nexv Cheedeaders chosen for this year. 'They are ns fohouxsz Elaine Ilurrht Ilortense Clregory, Dlargie Crouwg and EMU C'udw:illz1de1'. They uppezu-awl in their new uniforms at the crowning of the Football Quefn on Ckioher 14, 1942. 'The inoney xvas earned for the outits by sehing candy ut the froth H gurnes and xvound up with a very successful flruiee, which finished paying for the uniforms. On April 9, 1943, Jzicltie Kimmey was presented a letter for having 1TCilTl1Jl9i"?Cl two yours 2131 CllCOl'lO2lfl6'l'. No plans have been made for next year because of the War situation. eil 4 3 lie gn. ,.. ,. ,,..- .Y.-,,K., . ,.,I .... Y,.,. ..., .,,...3,,,,,., Allin. CRGANIZATICDNS f fi A QR ,E -v -Q If 6 " QQ-1 , X P? wr ' XO HKX N H "' mum f 1 731 ,ff u. flllll ffffff -v2f45kx- Anvil Staff l"lliS'l' ROXY: Mrs. l'llm1-r. Il:-oi'gw Umxgtluii, Doris lhvrman, Arla-no XVilsun, Holt-n Ann Still. Mzirgit- U1-mvv, Marg llullaml, 1'2IIilt'l'il'lt' Halas, Neil Vlark, Mrs. Hill. !4l+It'HNll IHPXV: livnlric-1' F'4PlllilXK'Hl'lil, lCtlxx'artl t'at'list'l1, ,Iac-kim' Kimmt-y, Art Treat, Mary Imnzln, llob ifitzgl-t'zulwl, ldrnm .ll-:nn Slnw-vw. .Xrl Ki:-in, .lust-pliilw Slltllltrti. Tllllili NNW: lilztrgit- lllst--s, XYillmur Huston. Ev.-lyil Turin-ll. .lamvs living'-l, lfllvamu' Rosim-r, lmnztlcl Trisvult, llutli Smith. l'Zelw:1rcl X'Vl11-1-lt-l', Gwen Gray, Arthur i'illiil'I', Marilyn iilll'g'1'l'. tbl vi- tbl As a 1'esult of the resignation of Mr. Gilnett from U. C. H. S., the Anvil staff was lacking a faculty adviser. Due to this mishap, the great book was started very late. Mrs. Elmer bravely stepped forward in Feb. to supervise this huge task. The entire school is grateful to her for the help she has been. When the Anvil Staff was finally organized. the following officers were elected: ldelitorj .Xrt lili-in. Assistant lfhlilwr: ,Xrt 'l'rf--it. tlmzzttiizaitisvlisg .Xrt Full:-r. Girls Sports: 3l21l'ilA'lW llllllzw-l', li-typ: Sportsz lltllu lfitsgl-t':nltl. l'1'opli-fvy: lilary luumn. lX'I:ul':-try ldstvrl. St-nior 4'ilJll'flt'llil'lSil1'HI ,lfirlqiw liimvm, Asslvnilmlif--4: lluth Sniilli, .Xrlvno Wilson, Vlass Will' ldlvza- nor llnsin-r, lmris llormnn, 'l'5'lvis1s1 l':ntl11-1'inw- llalfxs. Willlur llttslon, ltlzxry Holland, Luis llzimilton. .Io Slit-rrml, lirmat .l. Slim-xw-, lllvvlyii 'l':xrlwll, .Xrll-uv XYils-in, iiXX'l'll Gray. Paul Weill'-lr. .lulm 4':t1luzlll:ul1-r. 111-on-gqw Vniigtiuii. lXl::rg:,'v 1'rowm-, liolm lit-nnvtt, :md lit-0 South- xvorlli. Ilusin--ss Ai2lll2lQ'4'I'1 Ili-ln-11 Amit- Still. .Xssistunt llusiuf-ss lilanagt-r: .Xrl l4'ullf-r. Fav- ulty .Xtlvislrg Mrs. i'iilllv'l'. l'u1wt1l:ui'ity Uoiltf-sig llllw-anur llosit-r, Doris llorman. li. XVilsuu. Noll--1-tm's: lfltl. l':tl'lis4-li. l'. XY'lil1'I'S, Doris lwvrmrm, Don 'Prism-uit, Ntiil l'l:1rk. lilary Inman. Villt-4-tn1's of Ads: lm:-is l7Hl'lllIlll. lflsl. t':1i'lism'l1, lilary lnmnll, l', Wzxltt-rs, lion 'i'I'iHl'lliI, .lmm-s lh-113,51-l, N--il 1 lztrli. ll. XVilsun, lilltli Smith, M, llsti-S. After the book was well on the way to the publishing house, the Anvil Staff sold tickets for the local movie, which was sponsored by the Lions Club. In May this organization also sponsored a War Bond Sale which proved to be an immense success. Now the Anvil Staff closes another chap- ter ol' a great story, to be continued by the class of '44, sr! 4 6 In BAND l"liUNT HHW: lid. lA'IlllS, I'aul King. H1'Xl'Ul'll XY1-lub, l+'r'am'iS tlolilmi, Eloise .lohlisoli M:ll'g':1rw-I llavis, liussf-Il XX'vlmb, l'vgg.g'y Kerr, Mary Olga Slll'l'Vi'. SICUUNIT HUXV: r'1'1-clr'l'ia'k Vw-. Hi-rb Volnlrs, fl0Ul'g'l' t'o11g:,'clon, llruc-if Olds. Donald Tris:-uit, .lamvs lim-iigl-l, .Iohn liozy, .Xrlhur Ifulll-r, 'T'ln-mlolw lituc-h. T1-IIHID IIHXY: Ilonzlld Gram, Ulmrll-s t'r-usa, Holm-V1 H1-nnotl. l'at Tour-r. XVilbur Huston, Marvin Nc-lsnn. K1-mu-ill illwgory, .laml-:Q llamnmml. Howard Siillllllllllii, Dallas Hrs-ly. du-0' The High School Band was organized in 1936 and is still going strong. This swell organization started the year out by playing in the Armis- tice Day parade, then came the Corry football game-the star performance of the year. After this, the band was engaged to get the Fireman's Carni- val underv.'ay. Last but certainly not least, a splendid concert was given on May 7. The officers of the High School Band include: Presidentg James Bengel, Vice Presidentg Gerry Blok, Secretary and Trcase urerg Bob Bennett, Librariansg John Kozyg Art Fuller. Those who will receive music letters at the annual Spring Festival are: BAND: Art Fuller, Ed. Lopus, Gerry Blok, James Bengel, Don Triscuit, Wilbur Huston. ORCHESTRA: Gwen Gray, CHORUS: Lois Hamilton, Eleanor Rosier. -:f2f47f2-s BIRD CLUB i"lRS'l' RUXY: Roger' llloss, John XVilliams, Rose l'rathcr, ,Xrlf-ri Phillips, Lolita Sh:mipof-. iluuisv .Xiiisworilr Iflnid XYriglii, Maxine Gillvlt, .Ioanolto Main, S'21I'Z1h Tlioinpsuii, lim-ily l,Zlil4'll, lX'Iar'gai'c-i Ryan, .Xllvn Usiiiircloli, lioli Burns. SIGUUNID HOW: l'aul King, M:ii'g:iri-1 Ann Downs, Mary Neilson, .Iunc XVhiinvy, lX'I:n-joy-io Slim-xw-. Audrn-y lilok, Fannin-l Haro. laulino Brown, Harricl Xvisv. l's-ggy Kvrr. lim-ssii S1-ll. .lf-:motto lflclwarcls, Alicf- Janson. 'Fifllllll RUXV: l'ar'ko Glancy, Dallas Gray, Orville Davis, Herb l'oas4-, Howard Xvillklll-S. Miko Kusiak, .lov l'oui'twrig'lil, l"ranm-is Gordon, Howard Sammons, .lohn Kozy, lX'i1-Vim l'ro1w-r, Nollsmi Uazlwm-ll, l"I'Hlll'lS Hunt:-r, Hill Cadwalladf-r, Mr. Andorson. Hue! Our High School Bird-Club was organized in connection with the Bi- ology classes early in the year. While this Club is not as active as some organizations, we are pleased to see its increasing popularity. We have 46 members and feel that each one has received benefits commensurate with the efforts put forth. We held a skating party at LeBoeuf in September which gave us a nice addition to our Club treasury. In January we held a social party in the Biology room and in the gymnasium. In the classroom we had the pleasure of seeing over a hundred pictures of birds and about a hundred pictures of scenes in Pennsylvania and New York. In the gym, we played games enthusiastically until time for lunch and everyone felt that the evening had been a success. We have studied the habits, economic importance, and classification of most of our birds and are beginning to realize their importance to us. We have constructed and put up bird houses and believe that this activity will increase the number of our bird neighbors. We are anticipating the pleasure of watching them at their home-making in our bird houses. At the time of organizaation of our Club we choose the following offi- cers: Presidentg Allen Congdon, Activity Chairmang Herbert Pease. We are very grateful to them for their help to us during the year. s3i43l2e La - Fre Club FIRST RUXV: Marguvritl- XX'l1i1f'nrd, lllorf-dylli illziryoli, Hzlrrif-f Eastman, Martha Gillr-it. Lillian Ali-iirii, llorulhy l"l1-ming, Murllia Ulollgli. Hu1'lvi1sm- Giw-gm'y, lYinif1'r-fl I'llllPllll1S, Margara-1 .Xml lluwns. Marilyn Uomlus, Rosh lraihvr. Sl'It'UNl'J ROW: Harriet Wise, .Il-annr-lie Main, Maxine llillf-11, Louise .Xinsworilr Jun.- XVl1itn4-y. Marjurir- Slirf-vfl. .lu Ann Iiyan, Phyllis lVaril, Carol lirnwn, tliwlriidi- Mr-Hill. llazi-l Ramsde-ll, Rln-a Mille-1: THIRD ROXV: ,Xudrf-y lllok. Roll:-rt l+'itzg'1-mid, J!'Jllllll'll4' l+Idwai'ds, l'z1l1Iin4 lirnwn, lfanim-l Haro, Art Tre-at, Marilyn llurg'1-r, Max IA- Sus-V, Timnalim- Hall, Iris liarnr-S. Gr-no Sai-- kl-tt. Elaine Hinkson, Rugol' liloss, IN-ggy Kc-rr. JV vi 74 The French and Latin Club was organized with the election of the following officers: Presidentg Arthur Treat, Vice Presidentg Marilyn Bur- ger, Secretaryg Faniel Hare, Treasurerg Meredith Maryott. An informal initiation and party was held on March 25, 1943, at the home of Marilyn Burger. The Club is called "La Fre" as the first Word is Latin and the last is French. Therefore French and Latin Club. 'vil49l3f- Girls' Glee Club i'RUN'l' RUXY: .ls-:ui IW-rry, .lm-aiu-tlv XY1-itzl-I, llila K1-nn'-dy. Juno Jones, Amelia 1'hundrl4-k, livlly Hzimiltoli, Ruth .Iolinson, Anna lllav Rozy. .xrlm-wiv Shzuln. Ann I'ilz1-r, S'lCl'llNl5 IIUNY: lt'-tty .lo Sliiw-vi-. lrorolliy Ilanic-lson, lllury ldlyilvll. .l:u'kis- Sorrel, H4-I1-im I'i1-rw-, Mary Uzirrull, liorfvlliy .Xniiv .luliiismr lllllll lllziiiisuri, lin-ily liusl. 'I'HlIiI1 ICUXY: lflrmu lVrig'lit. Mary t'unnvrs, Dorutliy l'rowi-, lil-My Smith. l-ll-lx-ii llslrsiow .l:1'-kiv Ni-lsoii, XV:lml:1 'l'liur-alum, .Is-:iii l7I'UH'Tll'fi. llllllilillllt' Hull, Amy Myisl One of the least known about, yet hardest working groups in high school is the Jr. High School Girls' Glee Chorus. The amount of enthusi- asm they show makes up for the lack of members, and quality certainly in this ease tops quantity. The experience these girls are getting will be beneficial to them when they are eligible for the Mixed Chorus, as members of the Senior High student body. They, too, contributed their little bit to the spring' concert. eff 5 0 ffl:- Girl Reserves FIRST RUXV: H, Iinsi-, M. U. Slirf-vi-, l,. l'alm4-r, Il. i4'lv1i1im,5, li. Alf-urn, lil. Inman, II. Greg wry. .l. liimmy, IC. llusivr. li. Smith, lll. King, lil. Uluugli, ll, Iii-msllr-ll. M. S1ll'4'llSUll. SIGUOND RUXV: ll. Um-llr':1li, I'. XVar'4l, ll. I'i4-pl-r. Ll. Mvtlill. A. lXIm'l'ray. R. Ilall. 'I'. 'l'ruyvl' lu. litmus, ld, .lul1nson, A. lloyzu-ln-li. ll. 'l'liomas, E. .l. Slirs-V4-. Il. Still, M, l1llI'gl'l'. 'I'lIlIlI7 RUXY: .l. Sh:-rrml. M. XX'liilI'urll. IZ, S'untliwu1'1h, M. lislf-ss, D. ITUl'lllElll, A. XVilSun l-Z, Harris, .l. Ryan, lil. 'l'arlwll, M. lluvis, H. linyavlif-k. I, liarm-S, IC. Hinksun, Mrs. Hill Digit! PURPOSE: To find and give the best. ADVISORY COMMITTEE: Mrs. Hill - Miss Brakeman. OFFICERS: Presidentg Ruth Smith, Vice Presidentg Harriet Eastman Secretaryg Elleanor Rosier, Treasurerg Evelyn Tarbell, Membership chair- mang Lillian Alcorn, Activity Chairmeng Marilyn Burger, Marjery King THE YEAR'S SCHEDULE CONTAINS:- Informal initiation - Election of Officers - Organization of Bowling Teams - Formal Initiation and Breakfast - Dance in the Gym. - Box Social. Hi- FIIIST IQUXY: IJ, 'l'riscuil, IC, liopiis. XY. Huston, G. Iilnk. A. Klein, A. 'Frm-:i1, IC, Vziflisvli. li. Ilzinii-ls. 41. i'm1gflol1. .l. Inman, l.. liyzin. SICUUNII IUTXY: XIV. .l1il1lillIS. I". '2m'1lim, ll, XV4-lsli, .l. 4vULlI'lX.NI'i,LQ'hl, ll. Olds. .l, Xxrllllillllb H. Sziiiiniulr, J. l'!lllXX?llll'l'. I', 'I'--nr r. M. fdl11'l'l'llIl. XV. 4lHllVV?lllltl'. A. llUlHJ,'flUl1. 'I'lllItID IUIXY: Ii. ii1'f-1:-Il'x. H. Si-V1-H. Ii. XV'-lull, li. Shzifli-, H. XY'itkin:s, l'. XY:ullvrs, U. IW:'x'is lf. HI11114 r. Il. llunlf-r, A. l.uIm. lf. Uma Mygfs! OFFICERS :- Presidentg Art Treat, Vice Prcsidentg Edward Caflisch, Secretary and Treasurerg Art Klein. The Hi-Y got into motion by having a dinner and electing officers, at their first meeting. The first week of December the officers were sent to Erie, Pa. to attend the Older Boys' Conferenceg at which they were guests in private homes. They attended lectures, discussions, luncheons, dinners, and 21 dance the last night they were together at the Y. W. C. A. During the month of March they had two of their dinners at school :ind also had initiation when approximately sixteen new members were voted into the club and swore the oath. ear 5 2 is Home Economics Club FIRST ROW: Rf-tty Haniiltnn, .Ioyve lX'1c'Intyr'r', Str-phainc Dralsina. Rita Kennedy, .lunv Jolios, .X1'lvnv E'li:idm-, J?lI'kll' Sorrell. 'Hairy I,.ayrlvn, Maryam k':irrull, Helen Rose, Neil Ulark, Gary Illok, Ruth Smith, tlwlrudi- McGill, Aiulrm-5 Hunlr-r, Harriett l'riftc, Julia Trujak, Callie-i'inv Sl-haulr. I-lvtly Jam- Dunvlif-, lX'Iarjurif- Man 1'uopn-i', Shirley Durst. SICUONIJ RUW: Holi-n Barstow, .lac-kiv Nlflslfn, .lvannf-lla Rr-iirwtt, Marilyn l'mps-r, Jeann- cltc- XV--itz'-l, Eli-ulim' Mm'l"nI:1r't'r-1', l"l'ai1n-vs Blakely, Sara Ann Moishvr, Ella Bonnotl. Velma Robbins. Amelia Uliumlrln-k. Marion Sc-dnicna, Viola Clark. Rosolla Dcogard, Margarf-I 1'uui'trig'ht, H1-len Hall-k. I.:1ura Koyucliowsky, Luvilla- lif-lim'-tt, C:ll'l'lll'i' Nvill- iamsnn, Marion Rnckwmuk. Th:-Ima Hvnnr-tt. THIRD ROXV: Miss Marlin--, llurutliy Galvin-l. lvlarilyn I3LlI'2,'l'I', Doris Dorman, Ellr-anol' Resin-r, C'alliei'iizv Halas, Helen lloyaczku, Mary Holland Sorenson, Erma .Iran Shreve. Hc-lon Ann Still, Elayne Einr-rson. Juni- Lewis, Jackie Kimmcy. Mary Inman, Nlargory Estes, Uoatricfi Southworth, ,lo S'hvrrud, Margaret liuterbaugh, Marjorie Shanip, Uarol Ilrown. ,. Jud Remember those delicious aromas and tantalizing smells? They came from the Home Ec. room Where some of the many students were concoct- ing something edible fwe hopeh. Anyone who takes the Home Ec. course is in the Club, the boys as well as the girls. Another accomplishment of these classes, are to study and overcome any sewing problems. The highlight of the year in this club, was when the Vocational Girls served a Christmas dinner to the members of the school board and their wives. Other projects in cooking were study of foreign cookery, demon- strations, and a meal planning course. Our club has resulted in making better homemakers and cooks of all of us. al 5 3 as Mixed Chorus l"l':UN'l' IIUXV: Mary Ultra Shri vi-, Urli-0 lhillips, Martha Gillr-tt, Marjnrir- Crown-, if'r'aiir-is ll.n'1lmm, lYfPXf'llI'4l XX'1'lrli, Howard Stoves, Jon- Inman, Arthur Fuller, Russell XXX-iib, l'UHlx11' Ainsworth, lllargariit Davis, Ann llrxyr-liek, Edith Lupus, Lolita Shanipm-. SIGUHND IIUXV: Lois Haniillon, Dorothy l4'lr-niing, Hurts-use Gregory, Audrey Adams. Ros-- l'r::thvr. lXlHl'illl1'l'lll' XVhilI'ord, lklarilyn t'K'YOIl1l1S, Alice Jansen, Ellrlanur Rosior. Gwen 41:-ay, Iii-ssiv S:-ll, IW-ggy K1-rr, lllillllkilllli' Hall, Acc. 'l'Hll2l1 RUXY: Lillian .Xlwmn'n. Martha Clough, Sophie Ilvm. Eloise Johnson, Thvlnia 'l'roy1-r, Irma ,Ivan Sl1l'l'Y4', Iris Karnes, Dorothy Gray, Ruth .lane Rupp, Enid Xkfrighl, Maxim- flilli-Il, lS1all'i1'1- Solllliworlli. Ifllainv Hinksou, The Mixed Chorus consists of about forty members this year. The activities of this group were limited this year because of tires, gas, etc. During December the director, Mr. Snyder, made an arrangement of "White Christmas" which was sung on the Mixed Chorus Assembly Program. This was a success and on Christmas Eve the Mixed Chorus Went caroling, using this as one of the songs that were sung. Mr. Jenkins and all the students have Wanted an "Alma Mater" for a long time, but nothing was done about it up until this year. After the first semester, a senior, Cathrine Balas, originated the Words to an "Alma Matter" and presented them to Mr. Snyder who agreed to make an arrange- ment for the Mixed Chorus and the school. Not long after this we had an assembly program in which the Mixed Chorus introduced our school "Alma Matter" and other songs were sung also. This song was arranged from the original song "Pomp and Cireumstance" which is used yearly for the sen- iors to march to. Now the Mixed Chorus is Working for a concert which is to take place in May. Because of conditions being the Way they are there is to be no All County Festival this year and this is to take the place of it. This is just about the extent of the activities of this musical group and we hope that in the future it will be afforded the opportunities it has had up until this year. -:Qt 5 4 Ee Review Stott HANK IIHXY: l'Iilxx':iril 1':1l'lisvli, lliiln-rl lfilxgi 1-alll, Miss tllSll'il Ilurliiii. I-,clxxaiwl lYlli'A'l4'l'. Willziril svirsmi. XlII'Irl.lfI IIHXYL liutli lliliglv. 1'atl1vi'iii1- Sw-liaiilv. llomalim- llzill. lwgggy Lyons. ll--len .Xml Still. l"Ii1lN'l' IZUXY: Ihiris l7Hl'l1l!llI. .ll-an IH-rry, Xlargii- t'i'ivwv-. Hi-llii 'l'lNllll2lS, Ami I'iIzi-l'. The Review Staff ot' 19-12-423 consisted ot' the following' group: lf1llI'l'Hlll.Xl. S'l'.Xi-'I4': l'f4lilui'-iii--'liii-1' - llimialiiii- llall. ,Xsslwiznl-' lilrliliir - Ann l'ilxw-r. Nlwll-ly - lhirls lhirmrin. Ilwlili .xllll Still, Sports - li4vlvf'l'I I"ilm:'4-l':lI4l, XX'illar1l 1'al'suli. .Xl-lix'1l5 li-ep-ii'iwi':r: .lli-li-ilylli .Xl:ii'y4iIl. l':1lli:il'ili4- Svllilllli. .li-:iii l'wrr5. l'--piggy liyiiiis, lllllll lllllgqlv. IEVSIXICSS S'l'.Xi"l4" Iliisinl-ss 5l:in:ia1-i' - l'lllXYfll'Il 1':nI'li:1l'h, .XllX1'I'llSilIy,' Alill1llQ.Q'4'l' - llclxxzirrl lX'liw-ll'l'. l'I2Hlll'1"l'lHN S'l'.XI1'l": I'i'-iilu--lion: Mziiiag-sr - Ili-Vis llorinan. Typisls - Mai'g'is- t'i'owi', XI:iri1-i'i1- King. lli-I-in 'l'lniixi:xr'. l'Jl1'llll5 ,XIlX'lS4'I' f1'l:ui'a .X. llllflllll. The Staff started its new year with a dinner held in the Home Econom- ies room ein October 22, 1942. Another party enjoyed by the Staff was a Christmas dinner complete with turkey tehicken, no less l ll also held in the Home Economic room. After the dinner, members oi' the Staff attend- ed the Union City-Corry basketball game. The annual All-lfli Party twith usual features 'D was sponsored for the eiilinyinent of the student hody. Two movie parties were also held in the fc-'yin , using' the new projector. The l'eatni'e ol' this year's paper was the "tree" coupon, sometimes found in each issue ot' the Review. The coupon gave the holder 'free ad- rnissioii to the various functions sponsored by the staff. Due tim the paper shortage. it was at first believed by many that the school would have no paper this year. hut by the cooperation of the whole stall' and excellant leadership ot' its adviser, a good paper was published once a month. Awards were Qiven out at the end ot' the ve'1r to the I'ollowin0" , 1 1 U. SXYlC.X'l'l'llI f llli YICAIZ - l'I4lxx:ii'il 4':il'lisi'li. l'lX - lfllll YICAII - .limp lislvs. llllxxrilwl XX'l1i-1-ll-r. llvln-rl lfitzgs-rrilil, fill. lll. .XXNQXIHD - ,I--an Il:-VV5. lililli Iviiiulw, l'1-,say Iqwiiis. 1ll'.XliIP Ilril YI-I.Xli - lliwsalinl- hliliwi. llvl--11 ,xllll Still. Iiiimziliiif- llall. - I.IG'l"l'I'Il1 - lsi1Ylfl.Xl'! - Iwi-is Imrmiin, Klargit- l'i'mi.-, M:ir.i4ii'i1- liinu. lli-li-ii Tliiiin- ff- 3l"l"'lBlll Milla'-tl, t?IllI!lI'lIll' 5l'llillIli. .Xml l'il:c--r. XlIll2lI'Il Narsmi. ..rrri- ,1..1.1,.,s Student Council i4'IIiiS'I' HOXY: ,Xllll'lH!1j' Luba. XX'illi:11n l'm-limii, Miss Smiley, lhvtly .ln Slim-xw-, Marilyn Ui-oxxw-, li'-n lflllzi lrrulu-. Imnrilrl Hyun. Hnlu-rl Ilurns. SICVHNII IUIXY: llortvnsi- Hr--gi-ry, Mary Nielson, lfillwxiim' llositr, ,Xlllll'I'X lilnli. .l:u'ql1-tlyii Ilynn. .I+-nliv-llc XXX-itm-l, lm:-is Imrnmii, llulli Smith. Xlziryzm-ry 4'1':-xr'-, 'l'lllIlll IIUXY: 1':1rl llzirlnli. ,lulm l':ulxx:ill:lrl1-1', l':4lXY2ll'Il l':ll'liSr'li, .Xriliur lils in, liruw- Hlcls. ln-sliv' Slmslw. President , , , Edward Cziflisch Vice President . ,. James Bengel Secretary and Treasurer John Cadwzxllaclei' 'M EMRERS :- SENIORS: Jackie Ryan, Elleanor Rosier, Ruth Smith, Doris Dorman, Art Klein, Janne: Bengel. Edward Cnflisch, Jack Mullen. JFNIORSI Mzirjery Crowe. Ben Etta Drake, Hortense Gregory, .John C1!Cl',V?lll2lfliil', Bruce Olds, Leslie Shade. SOPHOMOHES: Audrey Blok, Mary Nielson, Anthony Lubn, Robert Burns, FRESHMEN: Jeanette Weitzel. Karl Barton. EIGHTH GRADE: l'ilzn"llyn Crtiwe, William Cochrozie SEVENTH GRADE: Betty Jo Shreve, Donny Hyun. The Student Council lnunchcd into its course of activities in October, 1942. It decided to sponsor the assembly prngr:.xn1s, and so weekly pro' gfnxrns have been given by each of the home rooms. The meetings are held every two weeks on Friday, :it which time the members of the council discuss problems for the befierment ot' the school. Miss Smiley has been chosen :is adviser for the Council. 431 5 11 lie lvvirlers l.l'Zl"'I' 'FH lZI41ll'l': ll:-ily .I11lu- Ilzimillwzi. lXI:11'g.r1-11' Sliiwwv-, Imiwvlhy 4'1'11w1-, Mary Inmzin, .Xll1ll'4'X liluk. I':1ni4-I Ilzurw. .lus1'1+l111u- Sll1'I'I'l7Il. l'l11i1l XX'rig'l1l, Iiiluisi- .l11l1l1:4u11, l'!llll XX'z1l- li-rs. l'Zll1-umm' Iiivsiwr, 41'1-lll1l'j lmris lhvrnizm, ll:-I1-11 lima-. llJlI'I'lI'l l'12lSllll2lI1, limmlliy 1-ii-uniiip.. Rmiliw 1'l1u11eI1'l-fk. Mirazw-ry laifzllfs. 1Xl:1rilyn 1'1'mu-, ,lzwfllli-liiiw Siwrwll. Mar- f,:':11'fl Denis, 111411 in pi:-turf-3 Say! Due to the 1'f:nig'11f1tZ011 01' Mr, Gelnett, l'O1'HlQl' twirling instructor, the twi1'le1'1a were left under the I-1Ll1JOl'VlSllTi'l cl' Elleanor ROSlQ1', Head Majorette. Our Hrst meetingr was held on Septemlier 8th, and the girls decided tlizit thev would like while outfits coiisaisstiiiff of white full skirts and white K . . ta u wool sweateris, w1tl1 the head n1z1je1'ette having' 21 green outfit. Our first :'ppez11':111ce warm :rt the Curry Fefitball Game and the Twirlers, w,tl1 the Hand, put 011 11 SD9Cl,l1Cl.llfll' pe1'fc11'111:111ce. Our :second z1ppe:11'z111ce was on Armistice Day when we marched at the dedzcz1t.o11 el' the Honor Roll x1h1cl1 was raised 111 tribute to those who are servizigl' their eo1111i31',VA No move 11.154 bemi nigide thus fur to appnint il new S11pe1'viSe1' for next year, but it iss lielievcfl, that d11fi1111te ilzms will be made in the near future. l Our next. and last z1ppQ1a1':111ce for some of the girls, is expected to be at tl1e z1nnu:1l Menioiizil Dxy CClClJl'21JLlOl'l. 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CORRY, PA. I. . 4 9 32 3 V Q 24 +2 Z We Add Color and Charm 5 Q 3' T Y -H 5 ' g 0 me imes Enterprise 32 e COMMERCIAL PRINTING A . Wall Paper, Paint, Glass, Linoleum Union City Couiy X Phone 380 , V4 Q 2 4 ,A 6 ...,. . is Quality Merchandise at Cash Prices Compliments of I We Are Not Undersold Q I . 22 Model Dairy Company I 5 Y SMILEYQS g Phone ww 9 A Th S tl H d St 1 Philip Obert, Distributor Z2 e a is e ore .4 a 5 2 is 2 1 X 6 Convratulations to 14 Q 'J g f THE CLASS OF 1943 Q . . 5 J y, Hardware, Plumbing and Heating I 9 Z 3 Supplies I Layden S S Q . z 3 PAINT and VARNISH g Cgnfegtlgnefy , 5 Phone 33-J : North Main Street 1xxxx,f,sxxsssssfssss I fsssfvsssx +Sf66l9+ XifXXiYXxYXi'r'f'f4K,','f,fffX2fKXX3KifXXXXX 3ifKXXX Xifififfffbf f 9 , 9 5 7 , Best Wishes 7 B t Wishes to the Class of 1943 Q 7 es , . 5 g Alfred Clcls, Florists 7 5 7 P "Flowers of Quality" Z Bloss Drug Store E I ' V' 't O ' M d H G' ll , Z Albert L. Blogs 1S1 ui o ein ieen ouse 3 2 101 E. High sc. Phone 158 , 3 yi 5 2 3? ? YZ g Compliments of E2 Z 3 - 5 Glenn Funeral Home Congratulations to Y Z , Q Robert H. Glenn Ma1'k C. Glenn THE CLASS OF 1943 Z 5 7 f Ambulance Service Clark S Shoe Store 5 1 Q , g Union City K 5 1 Z 5 7 Z P"l.".' ""' ".".".' , lQuQuQn.u u uQuQu 7 5 Z Eveyy Kind Of e Compliments of 7 Insurance Protection Martin SL Son Z Arthur D an Dodge and Plymouth f 0 9 6 D 1 ' 4 AGENCY 2 ea el . g 2 , 2 Corry Union City 4 5 Z A '."Q'1Oo u aQuQ. 7 5 5 1 . 7 A Q Israelson s 2 2 Recreation Center D 1 ' 5 3 3 ry C eamng 5 2 The Healthy Sport PREss1NG and ALTERING A BOWLING 5 Come In and Inquire About our Q Method of Keeping Moths Away Q . It is a Ten Year Guarantee Z QXXXXXSYXX'XXKXXXX5YXSYXXXXXSfi5fXXifXSfSfSf1SXifXXKX399i5fQaYKXXXXXfXX'XX'XXXi5XXX' X xxx, 6 7 yi? FQ r K fXX QXXXffffX5'Xifif 4XSfX5fXSfXX XXXX XXXXX fi XX . ...... ... . yx,yyx,yX.............. ' NXXNXXXXXXNXXNA 2 -I- . 4. 0- ssxxxxsscss f Congratulations to I f THE CLASS OF 1943 E 5 Z Q 1 3 f ae af' Z Sodas and Sundaes of Distinction Arthur F ' Crowe g 5 Z Mary Lincoln - Whitman - Gobelin FUNERAL HOME 5 Chocolates 5 j 2 5 Quality Drugs and Sundries K' K f 5 2 7 ' Z Gates Drug Store North Main St. Union City j ' Z "Always Lower Prices" 2 Q g Z Western Auto 3 . Congratulations to Z Associate Store S ' 2 THE CLASS OF 1943 35 N. Main Street 'P 1 We Are Here To Serve The People Wowtenay S News Of Union City and Vacinity E -0--an 0- Q 4... ..g..g..q..g..............g.... + 2 2 Compliments of The E Thomas Motor Co. . CHEVROLET Y Palace Theatre , Q? E Sales and SQFVICS 4 2 3 i 'QXi'?f57f95ff9 NYY YY XYYYYYYX5 N? YNYYNrYYYYYYV K YAY N NYYN E1 or oo 'EEF 6 9 Qff. N ffxwl, 9ss9w.k,N sawn 'assists fxxxxxxmxxwfxxxx fxxxxaffssxxxxxxmxmg E E g f Z2 F 4 U9 H , Q H 93 2 Cn PU Q 5 5 5 ' Cf F 2 ra 2 f E. 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