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

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Q i E S E E E E E is 3 J '7he nvil Published by the Seniozi' Class of UNION CITY HIGH SCHCJOL UNION clw, PENNSYLVANIA Volume XXXVII -:- May, 1951 1 wma em, Jw, sczmz UNION CITY ALMA MATER Dear Alma Mater Fairest of Shrines, May lasting glory Forever be thine. Crowned with lanrels of virtue. Decked in garlands so bright, We carry the banners Of the green and the white VVe carry the banners Of the green and the white. Ever onward you Si'1'l1Q'gjiO Til the goal has been gained, And we as descendants 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 Uity May thy fame never dim. C23 A Look N 1 X The PQQ1 X f nail Staff .Ediior .......... ................ I wl'lH2l Hall Associate Editors . .. .. Janet Magee, Doris Rhodes Secretary . . ................................. Connie Kowalski Finance .... .. Claude Lupton, Neylon Burthoiuie, Donna Hordusky Art Editors ..., ..,.................. I Eill Megrat. Ernest Anderson Snapshot Editor .. ............... Boh Johnson Sports ......... . . Jim Pratt, Bob Kuczuj Senior Activities . . . .. Beverly NVeihieher Flizirzieteristies ......... ........... ..... ,............... . I 1 me Brown Typists .. Marian Gregory, Janet Soety, liorrziine Vliundrlek, Thoinns Kusink Sales Managers .......... ........... ............ f I anet Fisk, Jini Cosilla Organizations .. .. Juanita Martin Prophecy ..... ................ . Tenn Chapin Picture Editors .. .. . X7iI',Q'il1i2l XVhittaker, Betty Coe Calendar V ..... ................. I Xose Shade Class VViIl .......... ...................... I 3?lI'iJii1'21 G1'C,9,'01'f,' Advertising Managers . . . . . . Paul I'IEl1'1'iSG11, Bob Clough, Neil Alford C43 in flffemaaq r In memory of our classmate and everyone's friend, Earl Tait. Hi-Y 2-3 Football 2-3 lnterclass sports 2-2- fflass Presidellt 2 Mixed Chorus 2-3 La-l+'re Club Minstrel Il 157 fbeficaifian To our class advisors, Mrs. Baldwin and Miss Inman, we the Senior Class of 1951, dedicate this Anvil in deep and heartfelt appreciation for their help and loyalty l2llI'0llg'll0lli our high school years. 151 M'e111l1e1's of the Class of 1951: It is 21 f?lCi7lll21i those who leilfll zulfl lllllffll to their lives from daily z1ss0ciz1Tio11 with boys and girls. Hope. a111l1itio11. Gagrer Oxpec-tz11'io11 volm- Tlm lives of young people. This Cfllllilifl with youtli gives il vital quality to work wl1i0l1 in itself is ul'te11 Ill'llf'lgl'- cry to the point of exl1z111sTio11. lly 1110 Silllli' 1'ok011 my work 11'it'l1 you cl111'i11g: lllll past twelvv years ll2lS lJ1'0Il5Ill'f 1110 ll1lC'XPOCT6Cl 1'0- XV2l1'dS for lVlli0ll l Ellll Truly tl1z111liF11l. Tlll'0llflIll your z1pp1'e1ci11tio11 and eagei' lllT6?l'9Sl lllj' work with you has liven :1 growl SilTlSf2ll'l'l0ll. Tllill your 'fllflll'P flnys lm Q'lfll'lUllS ones, is the si11001'0 wish olf .1'0111' l'1'i110ipa1l. i7l mzwfe eco ADMINI ST RA 'I' I ON SENIORS 'UNDEHI YIIASSMEN ORGANIZATIONS ATHIII41'I'ICS ISI A DVERT I SEME N TS 3 Q T fe-'Xi-1 xii.. 4 Barbara B. Baldwin, Husseu Brant, B 5 Marian Eadesl B- S- B. A. ' ' M' A' School: School: . School: lllflinlloro State Eflinlroro State fndimm State Tfaachefs, College Teachers' College q-eal.hb,1.q- pong..-V. Arlzmm State . . Erlinlmoro Stale H Subject' V 'I'ezu-hers C ollvgw- fy9a1.lH,,.S- 4-ollvgt, Art vl"Hl""n R"S'?"Vf', , I7lliVl1l'Silj' ol' l'i1Islnn'::'l1 IllllVPI'HIlj' Subjects: Subjects: ' General BllSll'l0SS Q . .1 Bookkeeping' U H I Salesnmnship Soviology A Pliysivzil 'l?Irlu1'nl'ion Carl Henry, B. S. School: Pennsylvanif' - State College Amer' ce"Utt" B' 5' lidinlmoro stare School: 'Feacliers' College Joseph Bates l3llC1llf'Sll0 University Sublectsr Hist ry School: iflbl,-'fCff J-Iealth New York State ' USN Asst- C"f"'h 'l'eaf'hers' Colle-ge Subjects: lnrlnstrizll Arts . Clara Durbin, B. S. Flora Inman School: Wooster 1'To1log:0 School: Slll'!ll01'Y lim-1: some i Grow City College Grace Bowman, R. N. 'l"eaQhers' Uollego Pennsylvania Erlinlxoro State State College School: Tenolwrs' Collegw- liflinhoro State Mmmwial Hospital l7nive1'sity ol' Pittsburgh 'Feachers' College Sc-hool of Nm-sing' Cumberland, Maryland Subjects: Subjects: History .ll Sf-ienve School Nurse lflnglish Il llniflnnce ' 1103 NX S I . Paul J. Mclnerney, B. S. School, Pearl Monroe Zelah T. Reynolds University ol' Pittsln,n'g'l1 School: School: I Ohio Northern Edinhoro State Subjects. Penn State 'I'ea.C-hers' College MHUIGIIIQIIICS Lihl-ary S4-11001 Chemistry Subjects: Biology Sub-leafs: Mathematics Liln'iu'y-Liln':11'ian Health l l I l 1 l ! YW, Omar Menoher, B. S. Russell C. Palmer, B. S. School' School: Pennshlvanim Rqckley Couegec, I State Couegp Elizabethtown .olege Subjects: H Ag'ric'ulture ' I I g Shorthand 1 II l Virginia F. Michael, A. B. Neva Parker, B. S. School: School: , Pennsylvania. Edinlloro State State College Teachers' College University of Pittsburgh Subjects: Latin 1 II Sublecfsf French I II Amerim-an Irlist V English III Civics Nl' WYT1, Olga C. Sammons School: Eclinboro State Teachers' Collegf Subjects: Geography Health Beth Smiley, A. B. School: Allegheny College Subjects: English I IV Hazel Waite School: Edinlmro Stale Tean-lle-rs' 1'oll+1gr.- Ulmutzulqlla Summer S1-lmnl Pmmsylvnnin Still? fTuIlP,?j1' Subjects: English Alice Yankosky, B. S. Mary Ann ottoway Anna L. Wilsted, B. S. School. Office Girl 50110012 Edinlmro State l':lliI'lllf1l'fl State I Teavllew' P01l9SJf' . 'lwaf-lm-H' cmllwl- I vnnsxlvanla V:-nnsylvzlnia SUNG C01l0Q": Stillo Pnllvgw I Tmkl- I'lllVPl'SllY Sublectsi Gonernl Hrmme Economics Subjects: Mutllomrltics . '33 SCHOO L B1 lARD MEMBERS 000 Frederick H. Bartholme Glenn Comstock Dr. Harold Y. Cooper NVi11ia111 M. Crandall Marion J. G-reisllzlw Dr. C. W. llordusky Mrs. Janet l:eFevre Paul Lyons Charles A. Rockwood ,Hob:1rt Shrew A.. W. XVig'gcrs 1123 . "A!! fQ .ff s O Q O , Q x HMM Mm in Neil Alford Student Council 4, ltlin- strel Show 3, Mlxecl Chorus 3, Pre-Phy-Chem Club 3-4, Latin Club Il, Review Staff 2, Varsity Football 2-3-4, All- Coun- ty Football Team 4, Hi- Y Club 4, Varsity Bas- ketball 4, Anvil Staff 4. Hob by-Sports. Ambition- Educated Hobo. Dolores Beezub Chorus 1, Y-Teens 2-El-4, Latin Club 3-4, P1-e-Pliy- Chem Club 4. Ernest L. Anderson Band 1-2-3, Junior Class Play 3, Anvil Staff 4, Pre-Phy-Chem Club Il-4. Hobby-Hob. Ambition-Nursin:.:'. Hobby-Doing' Nothing. Ambition- To be successful Hubert BlySf0I16 - Football 1-2-3-4, F. F. A. 1-2-3-4, F. F. A. Treas- urer 3, F. F. A. Presi- dent 4, Minstrel 3-4. l lobby-Worn en. Ambition- To be successful. Neylon Bartholme Band 1-2-3-4, Pre-Pliy- Chem Club 4, Football 4, Minstrel 3-4, Anvil Staff 4, District Band 4, Saxo- phone Sextette 3, Mixed Chorus 2-3, Boys' Chorus 3, Latin Club 4. Hobby- Skating 62 Sports. Ambition- To be successful. Gordon Beale F Basketball 2, Baseball Manager 2, Varsity Bas- ketball 3-4, Football Man- ager 3, Varsity Football 4, Hi-Y Club 3, Hi-Y Vive President 3, Minstrel 4, Mixed Chorus 3-4, Boys' Chorus 3. . F. A. 2-3, F. F. A. Hobby- Loading' cigarettes. A mbition- 'l'o be successful. June Brown Cheerleader 1 - 2 - 3 - 4, Prom Committee 3, An- vil Staff 4, Interclass Sports 1-2-4, Class Fl- nancial Committee 4, Girls' Chorus 2-4, Mixed Chorus 2-4, Cheerleaders Rally 2-3-4, S t u cl e n t Council Finc'l Committee 4, Class Play 3. Hobby- Reading and Skating. Ambition- To be successful. Jean Chapin Interclass Sports 1-8-4. Anvil Staff 4, Pre-Phy- Chem Club 4, Latin Club 2-3, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Y- Teens Service Chairman 3, Chorus 1. Hobby-Vvorking. Ambition-Nursing. Lorraine Chundrlek Student Council 4, G. A. C. 2, Y-Teens 2-4, Inter- class Sports 3-4, Anvil Staff 4, Chorus l-2-Sl. Hobby-Musica Ambition-Sec-retary. Robert Clough Pre-Phy-Chem President 4, Pre-Phy-Chem Club 3- 4, Minstrel 3-4, Operetta 1-, Intex-class Basketball 3, Anvll Staff' 4, La 1-'re 3-4, Baseball Manager 2. Class Play 3, Basketball Manager 1. Hobby-Girls. A mf -ltlOllfF:T1g'll'If'6l'i ng. Betty Coe Mix P cl Chorus 2-CI-4, Girls' Chorus 1-2-ll-4, Band l-2-3-4, Distrie. Band 3-4, District Chorus 4, Soloettes 3, Minstrel 3-4, Class Play 3, Anvil Staff 4, Pre-Phy-Chem Club 4, Hobby Club 4, La Pre 2-Il, Interclass Sports 4. Hobby- Trumpet Playing Anil lition-Nursing. James Cosilla Minstrel 3-4, Boys' Chor- us 3-4, Mixed Chorus 2- 3-4, Latin Club 2-3, An- vil Staff 4, Student Coun- cil 3, Pre - Phy - Chem Club 4, Pre-Phy-Chem Vice President 4, Class Play 3, Hi-Y .Club 3-4, Interclass Basketball 1, Interclass Volleyball 2-3- 4, Baseball 2-3-4, Varsity Basketball 1-2-3-4, Hobby-Sports. Ambition- Sc-hool Teacher. Robert Edwards Track 2, Wrestling 2, In- terclass Basketball 2-3, Interclass Volleyball 1-2- 3, lnterelass Wrestling 9 - J-.J- ii0l'2l'.vy-- Woodcraft Sz Alice .-Xl11hiLi0n-- Cabinet Maker. Janet Fisk lli-Lites 2-3, Mixed Chorus 2-Il-4, Girls' Chor- us 1-2-3-4, Pre-Phy- Chem Club 4, La Fre 2-3, Soloettes 3-4, Minstrel 3- 4, Anvil Staff 4, Class Play 3. ' Hobby-Music. A n1bition- - To be successful. Richard Gray Baseball 2-3-4, Class Vim- President 4, Mixed Chor- us 2-ll-4, Boys' Chorus tl- 4, Minstrel 3-4, Ili-Y Club 2-3, Pre-Phy-Chem Club 3-4, Pre-Phy-Chem Club Secretary 3. Interclass Basketball 3-4, Football Manager 2-3-4, Basket- ball Manager 2-3-4. Hobby-Baseball. Ambition - To work in sports department of newspaper. John Gregor Hi-Y Club 3-4, Interclass Basketball 3, Interclass Volleyball 3, Class Play 3, Hobby Club 4, Pre- Phy-Chem Club 3-4. Hobby - Model Trains. Radio, and Tele- vision. Ambition-Radio or 'Pele- vision Engineer. Barbara Gregory Mixed Chorus 4, Girls' Chorus 4, Minstrel 4, An- vil Staff 4, Y-Teens 2-3, Hi-Lites 4, 'Pwirlers l-2. Hobby-Collecting' Men. Ambition- Honking one olnthein. Marian Gregory Irma Hall Class President 1, Stu- dent Council 0, Hi-Lites 0 2-3-4, Hi-Litas Vice President 2, Hi-Lites President Il, Anvil Edi- tor 4, Pre-Phy-Chem Club 4, La Fre 2-3, 'Var- sity Basketball 2, Mixed Chorus 2-3-4, Girls' Chor- us 2-3-4, Soloettes 3, Minstrel 3-4, District Chorus -l, lnterclass Sports l-2-Il-4. Iloblfy-Sports M Music. Ambition-Child Special- ist or Sr-bool Nurse. Paul Harrison Anvil Staff 4, Minslre' tl-4, Operetta l, Basket- ball Manager 1, Football Manager 2, Pre-Phy- Chem Club 2-4, Hi-Y Club 1-2-3-4, Student Council 3, Band l-2-3, La Fre 2-fl, ll. C. H, S. Highlights 3. Hobby- A rg'11ing.:' and Loa fin gi. Ambition --- President of the United States- some joke! Lewis Hellyer F. F. A. l-2-3-4, F. F. A. Basketball 1-2-3, F. F. A. Reporter 3, F. F. A. Vice President 4, Student Council 4, Varsity Foot- ball -1, Varsity Basketball 4. Hobby-Hunting, Ambition- 'Po be successful. Mixed Chorus 4, Girls' Chorus 4, Class Play Il, Minstrel 4, Anvil Staff 4. Interclass Sports 3-4. Hobby-Sewing: SL Play- ing' Piano. A mbition- 'l'n bi- snr-c-essfnl. Donna Hordusky Athletic Council 1., Mixed Chorus 2-3-4, Girls' Chorus 1-2-3-4, Band 2- 3, Minstrel 3-4, Student Council Secy. - Treas. 4, La Fre 2-3, Pre-Phy Chem Club 4, Hobby Club 4, Social Chairman 2. Anvil Staff 4, Financial Committee 4, Interclass Sports l-2-3-4. Hobby- Danclng' Sr Skating. Ambition - Dress De- signer or Home Ev. 'I'f+mfh6r. Robert Johnson Band l-2-3-4, Pre4Phy- Chem Club 4, Hi-Y Club 2, Anvil Staff 4, Class Secretary 4, Class Trens- urer 2. Hobby- Working on his car. Ambition - To make Juanita Martin zi successful husband. Walter Kozik F. F. A. 1-2, F. F. A. Watchdog 3, F. F. A. Treasurer 4. Hobby-Farming. Ambition- 'l'o be a future farm- er. Robert Kuczaj Football 1-2-3-4, F. F. A. Basketball 1-2-3, F. F. A. 1-2-3, Interclass Sports 1-2-3-4, Baseball Man- ager 2, Baseball 3-4, An- vil Staff 4. Hobby-Sports. Ambition-Coach. Constance Kowalski Review Staff 2, Hi-Lites 2-3-4, Hi-Lites Social Chairman 3, Football Queen Attendant 2, Stu- dent Council 3-4, Student Council President 4, An- vil Staff Secretary 4, ln- terclass Sports l-2-4. Hobby- Knittingr QQ Sports. A mbition- 'l'o 4-:itch Lewie Thomas Kusiak Mixed Chorus 2, Anvil Staff 4, Latin Club 2. Hobby - Stamp Collect- ing. Virginia Kozlk lnterc-lass Sports 3-4. Hobby--Vvorking. Ambition-Secretary. Ambition-Artist. Emmett Kimmy Varsity Football 2-3-4, Varsity Basketball 2-3-4. Student Council 4, Pre- Phy-Chem Club 4, Latin Club 2-3, Class Secretary 3. Hobby-Betty. Ambition- A g'l'lf'lllflll'ill Enpqineer Theodore LeSuer Football 4, Intercluss Basketball 3-4, Pre-Phy- Chem Club Z!--i, l-'rent-In Club 4. H ul ally-SDOITS. Ambition- Tn gn tn f-rxllf-ge. Claude Lupton Class Historian 3-4, Pru- Phy-Chem Club 3-4, Pre- Phy-Chein Treasurer Cl, Anvil Staff 4, Latin Club 2-3, Basketball Manager 3-4. Hobby - Stamp Collevl- ing. Ambition- To be suor-essful. Janet Magee Anvil Staff 4, Review Staff 1-2, Twirlers 1-2-3- 4, Girls' Chorus 2-3-4, Mixed Chorus 2-3-4, Min- strel 3-4, Latin Club 2, Y-Teen Club 2-3-4, Y- Teen Vice President il, Y-Teen President 4, Solo- ettes 3, Interclass Sports 2-3-4, Class Play 2. Hobby - Going' out with Clair. Ambi t ion-Ser-reta ry. Juanita Martin Cheerleader 1-2-3-4, Class Play 3, lnterclass Sports 1-3-4, Anvil Staff 4, Class Vice President 2, Class Treasurer 3-4, Pre- Phy-Chem Club 4, Chor- us l-2. Hubby- Goingr out with lmb. :XI11lJlti0TlA-Nlll'SlllQ.f. Terrance McGahen Mixed Chorus Sl-4. Vout- hall 4. .H0lJl.ny-Models. Ambition- 'Fo he successful. Bill Megat IP. lf, A, 1-2, Anvil Staff 4. Hubby-Art. Ambition- 'l'o he suvof-ssful. Dorothy Middleton Hobby- Playing the piano, Ambition- To be fl Ser-rotary. V Eleanor Parker Meaclville High School 1 - 2 - 15, Pre-Pliy-Chem Club 4, Interclass Sports 4, Cecil Miller Mixed Chorus 2-3-4 l-'. F. A. 1, Interclass Eas- ketball 3-4, P1'e-Phy- Chem Club 4. Hobby--Playing Violin. Ambition- Rndio Hillbilly Sim-, Ronald Miller Pre-Phy Chem Club il--i, La Fre Club 3. Hohhy-None. Ambiton-To he zz sur-- r-essful teacher. Georgia Moody Girls' Chorus l-2-Il, Mix- ed Chorus 2-3, Interclase Sports 1-4, Athletic Council 1. H'oblJy-- Knitting Q Skating. Ambition - To m a lr fe someone- ri good wifsf, Hobby- Music 8: Skating. Ambition-Bookkeeper. Harold Powell F. F. A. 1-2-3-4. Hobby- Teasing' Menoher. Ambition- State Policeman. James Pratt Student Council 1-3-4, Student Council Sec.- Treas. 3, Varsity Basket- ball 2-3-4, Varsity Foot- ball 2-3, Pre-Phy-Chem Club 3-4. Hobby-Sports. Ambition- T0 he a suooess. Doris Rhodes Prom Committee Il, Stu- dent Council 1-3, Anvil Staff 4, Girls' Chorus 1, G. A. C, 1, Twirlers 1, Class Play Il, Intorclass Sports 3-4. Hobby-Dunning. Amhi tion--Sfwrr-ta ry. Rose Shade Intervlnss Siuorls 1-2-fl-4. Y-Teens 2-3-4, Anvil Staff 4, Pre-Phy-Che-ni Club 4, Latin Club 2-31. lla lfre 2-Il, 'PXVll'lF'l'S 1-2, l"ll'lllllj'-VV0l'klY'lP,'. Ambition-Nursing. Janet Soety Class Sec.-Treas. 1, Class Secretary 2, Class Presi- dent 3-4, Y-Teens 2-Il-4, Y-Teen Treasurer 3, Y-- Teen Social Chairman -l. Anvil Staff 4, Twirlers l, G. A. C. 2, Football Queen Attendant 2, Ath- letic' Queen Attendant il, lnterclass Sports 1-3-4. Prom Committee 3, Gym Assistant 4, Class Plny il. Hobby- Reading' S1 Dancing. Ambition- To beoome a secre- tary. Q Martin Tarbell Footb:-ill Il-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Minstrel 4, F, I-'. A. 4, Class Vive Presi- de-nt Il. Hobby-NVomen. A lnbition- 'l'o earn money. Donald Taylor Football Il-4, F. l". A. 1- 2-3-4, F, lf. A. SOTlfll1f'l 4. llobby-X'l'olfing'. Ambition -Susan. Beverly Weilacher 'Fwirlers 1-2-Il-4, Prom Committee 3, Anvil Staff 4, Y-Teens 2-3-4, Y- 'Peens Secretary 3, Stu- dent Council 1., Girls' Chorus 1-2-Il, Minstrel Zi, Mixed Chorus 1-2-3, ln- tc-r'l,-lass Sports 1-il-4. Hobby- Sewing' AQ Skating. Ambition - To lnakv someone a good wife-. Virginia Whitaker Mixed Chorus 2-3--1, Girls' Chorus 2-3-4, Min- strel 3-4, District Chorus Il, Class Play 3, Prom Committee 3, Anvil Staff 4, Hobby Club 4, Hobby Club Historian 4, U. C. H1 S. Highlights 4, ln- terclass Sports 1. llobby-'Po live to a ripo old age. Ambition-'l'o marry :x prosperous fnrnier. Sending Best Dancer ....... Most Loving Couple Best Best Best Looking ..... Dresser . . . Athlete ...... Best Sportsmanship .. Best Manners ....... Most Popular .... Most Ambitious .. Friendliest ........ Champ Gum-Chewer .. Happiest Nuts ........ Most Likely to Succeed Most Intellectual ..... Book Vtlorm .... Cutest Smile ..... Best All Around . . . Janet Magee . . . Juanita Martin . Juanita Martin . . . . . . Janet Soety Irma Ha.ll ...... Donna Horclusky Donna Hordusky -I une Brown . . . Irma Hall . .. Janet Soety . . . . Connie Kowalski Dolores Beezub lrnma Hall ..... Irma Hall . . . Irma Hall . . . June Brown . . . Janet Soety . . . l21.! Emmett Kimmy . . . Bob Johnson Emmett Kimmy Emmett Kimmy Emmett Kimmy . . . . . . Jim Pratt Ernest Anderson Emmett Kimmy . . . Paul Hzirrison .. James Cosilla .... Cecil Miller . Paul Harrison . .. Paul Harrison . . . . 'Neil Alford Ernest Anderson . Claude Lupton Emmett Kimmy Juanita Martin 4. Janet Fisk T. Connie Kowalski 10, Rev Vifeilacliei' DUIQVGS Hevzuh Georgia Moody N. Irma Hall 11. Donna Hordusky Doris Rhodes 0, Betty Coe U. June Brown 12. Virginia xvhititklll Name Nickname Neil Alford ............. Sparrow Ernest L. Anderson Ernie -- Neylon Bartholme ...... Sonny - liordon Beale ..., Beaver H Dolores Deezub ,- Dee ,- lluhert Blystone -- ---Hubie - June Brown ..... Junie -- Jean Chapin .......... Lorraine Chundrlek Robert Clough ..... --, Betty Coe ...... James l"osllla .... Robert l':dlVZ'll'dS -- ---- .lanet Fisk ..... Richard Gray -- .lohn Gregor ..., Barbara Gregory -- U-, Marian Gregory - Irma I--lall ..... - Paul Harrison -- llewis Hellyer --- Donna Hordusky -- ,,, Robert Johnson ---L---- Constance Kowalski Virginia Kozik .... ,-, VValter Kozik -- Robert Kuczaj -- Emmett Kiminy --- ---, Thomas Kusiali - Theodore LeSuer -- --- Claude Lupton -- Janet Magee --- .luanita Martin - ...,.... Terrance Mcflahen Vifilllam Megat .... ---- Dorothy Middleton Cecil Mlller ...... Ronald Miller -- Georgia Moody -- Eleanor Parker -- lflarold Powell -- James Pratt -- Doris Rhodes --- Janet Soety -- Rose Shade --- Donald Taylor -- Martin Tarball .... --- Beverly VVeilac-her Virginia VVhitaker - Jean ,.... Lorraine ....... Bobby - Bet --- Jimmy --- Bob ,-- Janet -- Bird --- Babs -- ooo Seen Doing Eating -, ..... - ........ - W'orking at Hall's -- Plotting with Paul --- Holding hands ..... ---Flashing her ring ----- Vvorking at the dinor --- -----Cheerleading .-------- Chewing gum -- Reading ............. Chasing Slugger ---....- Playing the trumpet --- Being late for school .... Talking to Alice .... Skating .......... --- Folding towels ------ Reading magazines --- Johnnie ....... - ---Writing 'to Tom ---- Marian -------- Talking to George ---- Mag or --------- Peter Paul Choo Choo Don ------- ----- Bobby --- Connie --- Ginny - SValter -- Bob ---- Mike --- Tommy -- Teddy -.------- Scavenger Sllppy --- Juan --- Terry -- Bill -.-- Dot --..-. - --- Curly -- Ronnie -- Working at VVagman's --- Running in the halls -- Playing pool ------- --- Sewing -- ---.-- - ---------.- Working at the Horse Shoe Eating -.------------------ Studying hard ---- --- Working at F. F, A. -- Playing football ' ---- ----Talking with Betty --- Painting .--.---...-.... Talking about his girls --- Parked at Brown's .--- ..- Driving Clair's car --- Talking with Bob --- Riding in D0n's car --- Chasing girls ------- Talking to Rosie --- Playing the violin --- -----Studying --------- -- --- Georgie ----.--- 'Knitting --.-------------- - Brownie ------ - Harold -- Lanky --- Jeannie -- Janet ---- Rosie -- Donnie --- Teabone - Bev ------ Ginny - Dashing down the street - Loafing --------.--.------ Washing windows --- Talking to Bev ---- Driving the car -----.---- Working at the hospital -- Driving his car ---------- Flirting ------------ Taking care of kids --- Roaming the halls - easy Heard Saying What the Z ! E Let's go skating. Are you going? Where's Lupton? l3ob's going!! Humm I ! Z I Oh, Fuzz ! ! Got your Chem, done? Seen Janet ? ? Going skating ? '? '? Yeh! Let's make fudge! You should have seen il! Oh boy! Where's Brant? Look, at this! Wait for me! Shut up! Look, kids! Have you got your Anvil ii Look at that! WVhat'll I do? Golly! Where's Lewie? O. K. Brown Hello Then I- Huh? XVhat'll we do? See you at Scouts! What do I do now? Clair's waiting for me. 'Where's Bob? Got your home work done Yehbut! l guess so. XVhat about it? Not much of anything. Yeh, I knowi What '? ? ? Oh gee-- Hello, girls. You should have gone. Was he cute ? ? ? VVhere's Irma? Oh yeh! Wanta bet? W'here's I-lubie? ' Have you got any news? Glafu Wd! 1951 We, the class of '51 of Union City High School, having attained to the highest de- gree of cranial development, being of solid body and sound mind, but of weakened constitution, having completed a course of heartbreaking monstrosities, influenced by the thought of no more home work, do deviate from our regular study-hall naps to an- nounce this our first, last, and soon-to-be-forgotten will and testament. To our Faculty Advisors, Miss Inman and Mrs. Baldwin, we express our sin- cere gratitude for their splendid supervision and enduring patience throughout our four exciting years of high school. To the Class of 52, we individually bequeath the valuables which have made our class so successful. ooo Neil'Alford bequeaths his spot on the honor roll to James Watts. Ernest Anderson Wills his ,job at Hall's to Roger Bishee. Neylon Bartholme wills his blond hair to li'ha1-les Goodman. Gordon Beale, ,wills his Math hook to Olen Seidler. Dolores Beezub leaves her place as first engaged girl in the class to l-Eleanor Mllsieli' Hubert Blvstone wills his curly hair to Robert Allen. June Brown ,leaves her place as cheerleader to Barbara Michel. Jean Chapin wills her gray hair to her sister, Margaret. Lorraine Chundrlek leaves her silly laugh to Carole Turner. Robert Clough leaves his job to anyone who wants to take it. Betty Coe willsiher place in the band to Mary Ann McGuire. .Tames1Gosilla leaves his cute smile to Neil Stone. Bob Edwards Wills his stories to Mr. Brant for future study- Janet Fisk wills her flirting ways to Lucille Hegner. Richard Gray leaves his ability to get to school on time to Victor Norcross. John' 'Gregor leaves' his motion picture machine to VValter Hordusky. Barbara Gregory leaves the school for good, Qshe hopesb. ' Marian Gregory leaves school for work. 1 lrma.-. Hall leaves school for college. Paul Harrison wills his wit to Howard VVheeler. Lewis Hellyer leaves his shyness to Bruce Pieper who can use it. Donna. Hordusky leaves her quietness to her sister. Dorothyf , Robert' Johnson leaves his romantic ways to Wilmer Laird. i247 Glau Wd! Constance Kowalski donates her eating ability to Alice Shreve. Virginia Kozik wills her seat on the school bus to anyone who wants it. Walter Kozik wills his F. F. A. activities to Harold Butler. Robert Knezaj leaves his football ability to Eddie Courtriglit. - Thomas Kusiak wills his snazzy sweaters to some clothes conscious Junior. lflmmett Kimmy leaves his quiet ways to anyone who wants them. Ted l.eSner leaves his girls to Donald Venard. Claude linpton leaves his short hair to Vharles Mosher. Janet Magee wills her baton to Joyce Combs. Juanita Martin leaves her place as one-man woman to Nancy Long. Terrance MeGahen leaves his study hall naps to Midge Sedmina. Bill Megzat leaves his Ford coupe to Frank Haskins. Dorothy Middleton wills her English book to any Junior needing a tutor. Ronald Miller, and Cecil Miller leave their place in the Senior Class to the Venard twins. Georgia Moody wills ller charming personality to Janet Vanderpool. Eleanor Parker wills her skates to Mary liavor- llarold Powell wills his hunting ability to Tommy liayden. James Pratt leaves his height to Gerald mn-fi. Doris Rhodes bequeaths her red hair to Loretta Kozy. Rose Shade leaves her loud socks to Alice Campbell. Janet Soety wills her beautiful blue eyes to some poor brown eyed Junior. Donald Taylor leaves his job at the Palace to anyone that wants it. Martin Tarbell bestows his ability to allure wonien to Sunny Thorne. Beverly NVeilacher leaves her Monday morning excuses to anyone who can get away with them. Virginia Vlihitaker leaves her job down at the Jewel Box to Janet Martin. I 25 7 Glam P Who's Who in '71 Have you seen the super duper pig farm out on lt. D. 2? lt is run by llubert Blystone and his hired man, Robert Kuezaj. ' Also located on Route 2 is a grara,frc called HIilll1ll1j"S Kar Karef' Ennnett tears the cars apart while one of his best mechanics, June Ilrown, tries to put them back together. Dolores Beezub and Barbara Gregrory are now missionaries. Their latest assignment is converting the natives of South Africa. Donald Taylor is our new INCH truant ol'l'ieer. l-le enjoys punishing' the kids for his own mistakes. Cecil Miller now has his own hillbilly band called the "Miller Moon- shiners. " Doris Rhodes and Beverly XN'eilaclier run the fanious lionely llearts Club in New York City. Their best customer is no other than .lim Pratt. - tllaude Lupton is the owner oi' a new store in town. He calls it 'lliupto11's Ladies' Lingerie." His latest model is lflsther Williams. Mrs. Clair 1ICXVllll2'l1l1S Cformer Janet Mageel has just finished her long awaited basketball team, She is now the mother of five boys. Martin Tarbell is the new owner of the Tinies-Enterprise. lcle has Ronald Miller employed as his copy boy. Rose Shade and Jean Chapin are instructors of nurses at the John Hop- kins Hospital. They are working' under the supervision of Paul Harrison, the best doctor and surgeon in the state. A surprise wedding took place on June 4th, when Lewis Hellyer of Helly- eris Hardware Store took l1is private secretary. Fonnie Kowalski, as his bride, HO Promise Me" and other well known selections were sung by Jimmy Cosilla. He. caused quite a disturbance when he forgot the words to one of the songs and started singing "Show Ile the NYay to Go Homefi Ernest Anderson and Neylon Barthohue are now on their way to Alaska to sell refrigerators. Dorothy Middleton has taken the place of our former librarian, Miss Monroe, and Ted l.eSuer has volunteered to be her assistant. 1263 Hob Edwards has taken up the profession of 'wrestling under the name of Gorgeous George, with Dick Gray acting as his manager. i Lorraine Chundrlek has finally become Hollywood 's most famous actress. Her latest husband is the well known comedian, Terry McGahen. Betty Coe and Eleanor Parker are giving dancing lessons at Betty's home, nights after work. If you can't dance, why not learn how il ' Neil Alford is now married to the new owner of Chapin 's store, -lanet Soety. They have chosen Virginia Kosik as one of their models. Mario lianza, the great opera star, has been selected to play the leading role in John Gregor's latest opera, "Mister Fire Bug." CIt4's a hot show.j Donna llordusky and Marian Gregory have opened a fashion shop for girls. They are located across from the high school and their prices fit your budget. Gordon Beale has taken over Mr. Jenkin's. job as :Principal of U. C. H. S. and has chosen Georgia Moody as his office girl. . u Irma Hall is no longer the hard working clerk at NVagman's store. She now owns her own clothing store. No, it's not Robert Hall 's. but Irma Hall's. Remember it's open from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. ' The Union City HUpperplate" edited by Bill Megat comes out 'every night. His star reporter, Janet Fisk, has just interviewed Bob Clough, who has step- ped into Alan Ladd 's place in the movies. Tom Kusiak and his helper, Harold Powell, run a large turkey farm. They guarantee prompt delivery. After five unsuccessful engagements, Virginia Whittaker has finally found her one and only. No other than our famous classmate, Walter Kosik, who has taken the place of the Great Jimmy Durante. After a whirlwind courtship of 20 years lloh Johnson and Juanita.1lartin have finally tied the knot. ' i ' f27J 'P fafaeet By the time you swear youlre his Shivering and sighing, And he says his passion is Heavenly, undying: Lady, make a note of this, One of you is lying. ooo Miss Smiley: Take this sentence. Let the cow be taken to the pasture! NYliat mood? Paul Harrison: The cow. ooo Janet Fisk: Don't you like my voice? Cerutti: Janet, I have played on the black keys, and I have played on the white keys-but you sing in the cracks. Rose: I was reading a book today called "The Most Important De- mand of the American People." Jim Cosilla: Gee whiz, where did they get my name? Mr. Kimmy: Son I never kissed a girl until I met your mother, will you be able to say the same to your son? Emmett: Sure. but not with such a straight face. ooo Mac: Come. come. give me the answer, please. 1 Dick Gray: I can't say it but it.'s on the tip of my tongue. Jim Pratt: For goodness sakes, don 't swallow it, it's arsenic! ooo Mrs. Baldwin: State the number of t.ons of coal shipped out of the U. S. in any given year. Janet Magee: 1492-none. C28 Miss Smiley: Cecil, this essay on "My Mother" is the same as Ron- ald's. Cecil: Well, why shouldnit it be? We have the same mother. ego Mac: Xhlhat is the most outstand- ing thing which Chemistry has giv- en to the world? Sonny Thorne: lilondes. ooo The young man sncaked up be- hind her, covered her eyes with his hands, and announced: I'm going to kiss you if you can 't tell who this is in three guesses. June Brown: George Washing- ton, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham l incoln. ooo Ginny Whittaker: ,I"ve been ask- ed to get married plenty of times. Bob Kuczaj Vilho asked you? Ginny: My mother. ooo John: So you taught your wife- how to play poker? Tom: Yes, it was a swell idea! Last night I won back nearly all of my salary. Qoq Speaker: A bride wears white as a symbol of happiness, for her wed- ding day is the most joyful day of her life. Joker: And why do men wear black? Mr. Martin: What do you mean by bringing my daughter home at 3 o 'clock in the morning? Bob Johnson: Well sir, I have to be at work at 7. X E 6' 1-'I fx PUBIJC .SCHOOL -1 if - W.. ,., -C, E,'?35' L...-.ff EN f:'....."""'....n l fi lx:--""-1-':?x '--,,..':'..'lu , 113.--"'...--'I '- ' , If - 5 1...-I ,....l 'E.Y'Xv.3'TV Row One-Alien Shreve, Janet Martin, Sadie Megat. Shirley Platt, Neil Stone, Bruce 'i-'iepf-r. l'xl'il!ll'L'S Layflen, Ronald Hairis, Loretta Kozay, Mary Howland. Julia Zajae, Bliss Durbin, Mrs. Yankosky, Mr, Bates. Row Two-Parole Turner, Elvarene llyan. Barbara Michel, .Ianet Vanderpool, Nancy Long, Eleanor Musiek, Lenora Neimeyer, Alice Campbell. Dorothy l-lorflusky, Marjorie Sedmina, Joyce Combs, Janice VVells, Annabelle Rockwood. Row Three-Roger Bisbee, Charles Mosher, John Parkin, Olen Seidler. Ronald Maryott, Donald Edwards, Howard VVheeler, Mary llavor, Mary Ann Alf'fllliI't', Yir,2'inia Morris, Alice Smith, Dora Geer, Margaret Chapin, Lucille l-legner. Row Four- Tom Layden, Frank Haskins. Don Venard. Gene Rowland. Victor Norcross, Jinx Watts, .lack Venarrl, Dick 'I'rojak, llarolrl lllutler, Jerry Yenarcl, Charles Goodman, Bill Sehlak, Sunny Thorne, Gerald Laird, Dick Moore, Robert Barton, Joe Kowalski, XVilmer Laird. I?H.l1lSlDENT ,,,,, .. Ronnie Harris VICE PRESIDENT ,,........... .. I-'rances llaydeu SECTRETARY AND 'l'Rl4lASl7Rl+lll . . .. Loretta Kozy lllS'l'llRlAN .... ,,.. . . . .Bruce Pieper The Junior Class this year consists of approximately sixty students. Some of the activities are selling Clll'lSflll?lS cards, selling inagazines, spon- soring busses for away ,frames in football and basketball. putting on a play for assembly, and, of course, the Prom and Banquet. NVQ did very well with Christmas card sales and cleared exactly 5Fi?l8ll.83. Every student sold at least one box. 1305 .S Row One-Marjorie Barber, Irma Sliontz, Clara Pai'ke1'.Elizabeth Hybeck, Miss Parker, Shirley F3il'kPl'FI2-ff, Theron Earll, Boll NYhittaker. .lack Kamppi. Virginia Fisk, Mr. Melnerney, Susan Erskine, Donna Brown, Martha Hurlbert. Row Two-Violet Gray, Betty Smith, Sara Pfister. .lane Le:Suer. Glenna Hicks, Betty Barnes, Maryetta Anderson, Dorothy Harnak, Jean Chundrlek. Margaret Kerr, Betty Campbell, Phyllis Cosilla, Shirley Hoyt. Sally 'l'urner. Betty Ryan, Pat Carniewski, Virginia Harrison, Ellen Hellyer, Barbara Freeland, Helen Peek. Row Three-John Dudas, Felix Reinhart, Alfred Clark. Raymond Rhodes, David Spencer, Norma Campbell, Betty Beezub, Marjorie Cross, Aliee liapee, Virginia Robinson, lflarl Griffith, Richard Cochran, Ronald Chesley, David Allen, Row Four-Carmine AIcGahen, Charles Squires, Robert Caldwell, Richard Hurlbert, Harold Sex- ton, Herbert Mosher, Robert Alford, Albert XViggers, George Church, Kenneth Sherman, Robert Seath, Orville Smith, Clyde Short, Uarl Sedmina, Diek Steadlnan, Delmar Wright, Charles Kuczaj, Beth Magee. l'llI'iSI'DI'lN'l' ....... ..... I ioh NVliit11aker VICE PRESIDIGNT .. .. Shirley Biekerstalf SEl'llIC'I'ARY ....... ..... Y 'irginia 'Fisk THIGASITRER ........ . . 'l'heron Earll SOI"lAIi CHAIRMAN . . - - Iiefll M2lll'f'ti IIISTORIAN The Soplioniores have Followed througrli with the eustoiu of selling' Jello. 231333 boxes were sold in all. Orville Smith was the top salesman, selling 560 boxes. lYe had a party on October lil, where we made plans for a hayride on Ore- iolzer 27. but the hayride had to he eaneelled on aeeonnt of rain. C313 A 4 Row One-Cecile Belle Gregory, Beverly St. John, Norma Haney, Elaine Forbes, Phyllis Hamil- ton, Jewel Kimmy, Rae Maryott, Mary Porter. Ruth Griffith, Keith VVilliams, Carole Beale, Ruby Steadman, Elsie Gross. Dorothy 'I'havker. Florence Lavden, Judy Fisk, Martha Jor- dan, Alice Shamp. Row Two-Arthur Allen, Ric-hard Holland. YVard Bliley. Donald Mosher, Larry Peard, Ann Alford, Martha. Gross, Catherine Rafferty, .lean Clark. Joyee Alexander, Charlotte Com- stock, Marian Chunflrlek, Melvin XVeilac-her. Robert Bennett, Norman Troyer, James Turner, Mrs. Michael, Mrs. Vfilsted. Row Three-Kenneth Merkle. James Lilley. Joe- Zajac. James Thomas. Franc-is Hanlin, Ronald Drayer, Pollock, Edward Shuster, Max Dugaw, Richard Metluire, Dick Clark, Harold Drayer, Frank Richard Butler, Marvin Hurlbert. Ellsworth Shade, Douglas Barnes. Row Four-Walter Hordusky, John Soety, Jim Cross. Robert Bogardas. Kenneth Barstow, Richard Brown, Howard Phelps, Leon Balm-zon. Albert Bower, John Shreve, Bill Shreve, Jim Richardson, Bill Vifhittaker. PRESIDENT . .... .. Ruth Griffith VINE PRESIDENT ............. . . Keith Vllilllains SEURETARY AND 'FREASIYREIK . . . . Mary Porter The Freslilriau Class sponsored a skating! party at llii1l3.ClOl1l2i Lake ou Oc- tober l9. Approximately sixty tickets were sold. and We think everyone who attended had a lot of fun. NVe also had a. I-Sake Sale at Michael's Appliance Store on Saturday, No- vember -L, which was a complete success. We wish to express our sincere thanks to Mr. Michael for letting ns use his store. K 32 J flfffffriwfe Row One-Margaret Hlll'lllCll't,V.lf'i1H Barstow, Monna VValts, Virginia Lilley, lisnm Breed, 'Plielma Laird, lflllen Rice, Vonnie Alexander, liudy Wojlecki, Silvia Nielsen, .ludy Soety, .loanne I-'lat,t, Donna. Bisbee, .ludy Allen, Mary Winner, Pat Kowalski. Row Two-Mrs. Sammons, Janice Burns, Andre Hanes, Elizabeth Rowland, Rose Shellito, Shir- ley Recher, Cynthia Whittaker, Mildred Chundrlek, Shirley 'l'arbell, Joanne Bennett, Mary lValford, Shirley Shreve, Dianne Mc-Gahen, Betty Chase, Patty Mulvin, Maxine Daly, Miss Waite. Row Three-Edith Deedrich, Carolyn VVillianis, Fred Glozzcr, Peter Michael, Richard Michael- son, Donald Clark, lllill Gillett, Leo Campbell, Kert Barber, James Burns, Ronald Good- win, 'Pom Shreve, James Maynard, Mary .lane l'ourtri,2flit. Shirley Campbell. Row Four-Norman Troyer, Fred Sutter, Bill Sturdevant, Carol Jacobs, Ann Barber, Barbara Hanlin, Cecilia Gregory, Joy Parker, Patty Lapec, Marjorie Lindsley, .Juanita Holder, Mary Anthony, Louise Babcock, Leeta Fay, Dorothy Mead, Rex Seidler, Bill Lyons, Frank Xvienczkowski. Flow Five-Phil Conover, Roger Troyer, Miller Campbell, Gilbert, Rowland, Bill Gregor, Don Vanderpool, Dick Parker, Gordon Hanlin, David Riggs, Fred Fonklin, Roger Blanchard, John Nobel, .Iini Smith, Fred Fisk. PRESTDENT ...... .. floiniie Alexander VIFE PRESIDENT ............. . . Rudy Wojtecki SEl'llE'l'ARY AND 'l'REASliRER , . . . Ellen Rice i335 , s glaze Row. One-Myrtle VY'eed, Beverly Stone, Carol Drayer. Betty Jane Reynolds, Karen Hatch, Caro- lyn Butler, 'katie Carney. Valentina- liuc-znj. lflclwzircl Burger. Shirley Beeznb, Joanne Troy-- vr. Carolyn Tucker. Carolyn Thomas. Beverly Conklin. Rose Cnrniewski, Irene Soety. Row Two-Shirley Duke. Gladys Steenrod. Maris Goodwill, Merle Ann Clark, Bonnie Moore, Marjorie Hail, Mai-gf Lou Kerr. Dolores Pratt. Shirley Laniona, Lora Lou Thorne, Janice Viiri-oil, Helen Fisk. Geraldine Carniewski. Carolyn Martin, Mary Jane Gilliam, Joan Gib- bons, Genevieve Rowland. Deanna llliseers. Mrs. Reynolds, Mr. Henry. Row Three-Jon Barnes, Jerry Miller. Reginald Lilley, Donald Brumagin, Allan Sexton, Roliert Gregory, Jerry Schlak. B. J. Zafiropulos. Roland Thomas. Gordon Miller. Edward Breed. Gary Troyer, Paul Zajac. George Mosher. Richard Mulvin. Larry Blackmer. Row Four-Robert Curtis, Ernest Simpson. LeRoy Gross. David Lyons, Richard Phelps, Larry Mosher. Charles Martin, Kenneth Brooks. Roger Robinson, Jesse Bedow. Fred Loomis, Vlfayne Kerr, Lowell Hamilton, Harold Merkle. Clarence Thomas. Clarence Anthony, Arthur Lidow, Robert Patton, Harold Brown. PRESIDENT ..... . . Edward Burger VICE PRESIDENT ............. .. .Valentine Kuczaj SECRETARY AND TRJEASITRICR . . . Janet llonistork HTSTORTAN .. .. Roger Robinson C343 Q " O QQ f . 449 , L y' L I 1 125 '3. , .ff1?2f Sfazlngg V A fx! A I S l RQ 1+ , r' e-- - numb x Iwghy- 'E' E J!! fc-P gpm Banc! ,I7lil'3SlD,l':N'11 .... V l C IC PRESI D E N T SIGCRETARY - 'PREASIYRER . IUSTORIAN ., IJIBRARIANS Flute l P011 mthy lelwrduslii Claribnets 1"l'211'li'l-'S liayden Alice Shreve Sully Turner llonnlcl Flu-sle5' Kenneth Sherman ldlziine Forbes line Maryntt Haruld Drayer Gordon Hzxnlin .Izlnivc Czlrrull l.:u'1'y Mosher Allan Sexton Tenor Saxophones llurolml Butler Walter Hurrlusky .. Harolzl Butler .. Ol12ll'l0S 'l'ho1'11e .. Ronald Harris .......... Frances llayclen w ry . . Sally Oboe Lora Lou Tlmrne Trumpets Betty Cue Felix Rieehart Bill Lyons Diana Mc-Galle-11 .Ion Barnes Trombones l-lin-hzlrcl Butler Katherine Rafferty Alto Saxophones Charles Thorne Carolyn Butler Carole Beale Ruger Horflusky NOT PICTURED lurner and Dol' Hordusky Bass Drum Bula Johnson Snare Drums Ronald Harris .lnhn Shreve Vmvid Higgs Tlu-run lflarll Bass Horn Maury Lee lXYfl1fUl'll Bill Gillette Baritone Horn Beth Magee Cymbals .Tm-k Ifilllllllll Mellophones Mary Etta .Xnrlersnn Betty llrnriies Bill GrI'6,'2,'Ol' .,,,.. ,,,,,-..,.,,,,,,.. , U.-Xlio Sax Ernest Simpson A- -- 'l'1'I.ll'l1llGt Janet Sexton Y- -- Flute 6305 Maman! Ghana I Ill SIDIGNT . SEURETARY . llN'l'OlllAN . Sopranos Betty Campbell Margaret Chapin Janet Fisk Virfrinia Fisk Lucille llegner Ellen Hellyer Loretta Kozy .lane LfeSuer Nancy hung' Mary 1Xlc'Guire Eleanor Musiek Elvarene Ryan Carole Turner Janine NVells Tenors lflngor Bisbee Harold Butler Theron Earll Frank Haskins Cer-il Miller Dick Moore Felix Heir-hart Second Sopranos Alice Cainnbell lie-tty Coe Joyce Combs Susan Erskine llarlizira Greg'ni'y Marian Gregory Shirley Hoyt lmnna llnrdusky .lane-t Magee l'lR1'il lflarker Sally Turner Baritones Alfred Clark llil-hard Fm-hran James Cusilla Vliarles Goodwin Dirk Gray lllarl Griffith llunzilfl Harris Jann-S VVat,ts 4373 .. lN'll2ll'lCS Thoi ie . Sally Tlllllel .. Bruve Piepe. Altos June Brown Barbara Freeland Irma Hall Virginia Harrison Mary Lavor Sadie Megat Rai-lnara Mic-hael X'ir,2'inia Morris H4-len Peck Shirley Platt .Inner Yanderpoul Virginia Wliittakei Basses Hmwion Beale 'Ferranrre Mvflalien Bruc-e Piepm-r Bill Srrhlak Cliarles 'Flirnrne .lf-rry XYPIIIIVII Don Venard Al Wfigge-rs wb' 060714214 I RESlD'I'lN'l' .... 9l+'C'R'l+1'l'ARY - TREASITRER . . IIIQTORIAN . Sopranos Betty Campbell Margaret Fhalrin Janet Fisk llucille Hvppnar Iillen Hellyer Loretta Kuzy .lane LeSum' Nancy Long Mary Mc-Guire Mleanm' Musiek Jfllvarene Ryan Carole Turner .lanicu XV:-lls Second Sopranos Alice Campbell Belly CUP .lvxycfv Climbs Susan Erskine Barliara Gregmry Marian Gregory Donna I-lurclusky Shirley Hoyt .lamit Mapqee Clara Parker Sally 'llurne-r First Alt .loycv Coinhs Shirley Platt Sadie Mvggat OS .Iunn Brown Janet Martin Sadie lvlegat Helvn Pork Shirley Platt .Ianvt Vanclvrixool X"ll'?.'ll1lZL VVl1ittalier Second Altos Earl ,ara Frm-land Irma H all Virginia Mary La Harlmaru Yirffinizx ACCOf1ll3?ll1lSt ...V.,. -- --..- ,..... - -- lidlh BTPLQWP C383 l-I arrisml vor lVliL'l1ul Morris wniau Left to Right-Eleanor Musiek, Donna Brown, Betty Ryan, Janet Martin, Joyce Combs, Janet Magee, Shirley Platt, Beverly Weilaehex', Jewel Kimmy, Nancy Long, There were thirty members in the Twirlers' Club This year, ten of whom were active. lVe met on 'Fhursdays for practice. No dues were collected. Wle marehecl at the Halloween Parade and Memorial Day Pzlrzule. 1393 Szfmlemf Emma! Row One-Lewis Hellyer, James Pratt, Flmniett Kin'nn,V, Cliarle-s Thorne, Constance Kowalski, lionna Horrlusky, June Brown, Lorraine Chundrlek. Row, Two-RiClm1'd Moore, Alice Shreve, Marjorie Sedinina, Virginia Morris, Virginia Harrison, Sully Turner, Neil Stone, Mr. Palmer. Row Three-Clyde Short, Bill Lyons, Rae Muryott, C'1irol Beatle, Bnrinnrzi Hamlin, Hi-len Fisk, Lzirry Mosher, Charles Kucznj. PRESIDENT ...... .. Constance Kowalski VICE PRESIDENT ......... ...... S unny Thorne SEflllETARY - TREASURER .. . Donna llordusky The Student Council took over the responsibilities of the CllGG1'l6tl,Cl6I'S. The Student Council sponsored several Nickelodeon Dances, following the basketball QIHIIIGS, in an effort to encourage the students in dancing. They took charge ot' a special assembly in which they showed the film, EGO lVest Young' Lady. U C405 Jia-.Bam Row One-Lorrnino lfhundrlek, Janet Sol-ty. .loyw 1'oml,s, .Iam-I Magee, Loretta Kozy, Mar- Jnrie Sc-dmina, .Ivan Chapin, Row Shade-. Row Two-Mrs. Sammons, Irma Hall, Beth Magma .lalnive 'We-lls, .-Xnnulvell Rockwood, Donnri Brown, Janet Vanderpool, Mary Lavor, Lucille llogner. Bzwburzi Michael, Franc-os Laydeli. Alice Shreve, Dorothy Hordusky. Row Three-Virginia Fisk, Ellen Hellyer. Susan Erskine. Fonstzince Kowalski, Beverly VVei- lzicher, Dolores Beezub, 1-'1?lFlJZ'Ll'1l Gregrory. Mary Howland. Shirlwy Platt, Sadie Megat, Janet Martin. Row Four-Virginia Harrison, Sally Turner, Shirley Hoyt. Tlnrhzim Pl'P9lilI'lfl. Helen Pen-k, l'Rl'lSlDEN'l' .... . YIUE PRESIDENT . SECRETARY . 'l' R ICA SURER ...... SOPIAL CHAIRMAN C411 .. -Imwt Magee . . Joyce Combs lioretfa Kozy Marjorie Sedlnina . . . . . Janet Soety o,1faz.4,, em Row One-Irina, Shontz, Marge Barber, Donna l-Torclilsliy, Fietty Foe. Ali:-e Lune-k, Jenn Chun- rlrlek, Virginia Robinson, Ginny Yvhilfliif-Y. E Row Two-Franc-is Hamlin, Billy Shusrer, Don: Tiawiws, Dick SN-:iciinan. Herbert Muslim-, Bob Alford, Robert Seath. Row Three-Albert VVigge1's, Ronald Che-siefv. Larry Peaiwi. XX-Z'liI4l'l' liorriusky, Raymond Rhodes, Alfred Clark, John Gregor, Dick Cochran. Row Four-Theron Earll, Richard Brown. Melvin XVs1ilaf-116-1'. llivicl Spain-m', Mr. Mvlnernely. PRESIDENT ...... . . Theron Earll V11 'E PRESIDENT ........ .... R obert Seath SEURE'1'ARY-THEASURER .. .. Virginia Robinson HTSTOHIAN .............. .. Virginia Whittaker The Hobby Club is macle up of ineiubers from grades 9 through 12. Meetings are he-ld every Friday noon hour. The purposv of the club is To arouse interest in various hobbies snvh as Goins, stamps. and pin collec1ionS. also model air- planes, etc. Plans liuw been llliltif' For a hobby slimy. ' 42 l Dae-fliuf Chem Row One-Marffe Sedmina, Virginia Morris, Alice Shreve, Frances Layden, Dolores Beezulu, Juanita Maiitin, Donna Hordusky, Rose Sliade. Jean Chapin, Irma Hall. Row Two-Dot Hortlusky, Betty Coe, Janet Fisk. Eleanor Parker. Row Three-Neil Stone, Emmett Kimmy, Ronald Harris, Ted LeSuer, Gerald Laird, Cecil Mil- ler, Richarcl Gray, Robert liucznj, Robert Johnson, Paul Harrison, Ronald Miller, James Cosilla, Mr. Mclnerney. Row Four-Bill Schlak, Donald Venard, Dick Moore, Harold Butler, Jerry Venard, Sunny ' ' ' ' G ' Gene Rowland, Neylon Thorne, James Pratt, Thomas Layden, Bob Clough, John regor, Bartholme. PRESIDENT ...... . . .,. . . . . Robert Clough VICE PRESIDENT .. . SECRETARY .. TREASURER .. . . James Cosilla .. Frances Layden . Ronald Harris L43 J efwzmwrl an ' Row One-Bill Shreve, James Lilley, Robert Barton, I,ar1y Peard. Row Two-Arthur Steves, David Allen, Joe Zajae, lienneili XVilliamson, Ronald I-larris, Harold liuller, Walter Kozik, Lewis Ilellyer, Donald Taylor, Mr. Menolier, Martin Tarbell, liruee Pieper, Donald Edwards-. Row Three-Eddie Shuster, Melvin YVeilaeher, Norman Troyer, Richard Butler, Theron Iflarll, Ronald Maryotl, Plyde Short, Richard Alf-tluire, Kenneth Sherman, 'Karl Seflmina, Harold Powell, Paul Harrison. ' The Union City Chapter of Future l"ariners of America had a very success- ful year. NVe started by winning: the sweepstakes prize, the county project contest, the vegetable and crop display contest, and the window display booth at the NVati2sburg l1'a.ir. Fourteen new ineiubers were initiated September 28. A weiner roast was held after the initiation. A Sheep Club was 'formed during September. The Chapter gave away six lure-bred Shroyshire Ewes. l+lael1 bov that received the ewes will Wive an- ' . I F other boy six of his ewe lambs. - The Ualf tlhlb was f'0ll'flllll0fi by the passing oi' iwo ealves from one meme ber to another. llarold llutler represented Union Vity in the National F. F. A.. Band in Kansas City, Kansas. Ten bovs went to the State Farm Show in TTill'l'lSillll'f". These boys were U P' . gone for four days. The fifth annual ldaiher and Son Ilanquet was held in April. The Chapter finished the year by doing landscaping jobs. Mi44l aulwze Jfam of NIMMJCG Row One-C'nrmen McG:ilw1i. Surah Pfister, Mary Porter. Rae Maryolt, Carol Beale, Alici- Slireve, Ruth Griffith, Mary l,avm'. Virginia Morris. .Ivan Ulark. Row' Two-Mrs. Yankosky, Florence linydon. Cevil Hello Gregory, Elaine Forbes, Clmrlrsttx- Cmnslovk, Elizinht-th Hybevk, Nam-5' Long, Virginia Fisk, Betty Barnes, PRESTDENT ....... .. Alice Slirero VICE PRESIDIGXT .. .. Ruth Griffith SECRlC'1'ARY ..... .. Rule Maryoti TIKEASURICR .. .......... l'zn'ol Beale ADVISOR .. Mrs. Aliw Yanlmsklx' The Union City Cllilllftll' of the i'!llillI'9 H0lI1C'll1?lkii1'S of ixl1lGl'if'?l had tweiitlv- one nimnhers for the year of 1950-51. l"ivo inenihers and the advisor wore svnt in lhv 1-onvvntion for tho year JA!-50 held at Sci-zmtcni. P9llllS.VlVEl1ll2l. 'l'he1'v will he ai lbw wlf inn- inoinhers and our advisor sent to tho 1-onvvntion for tho yvar 1950-51 at l'ittslmnry.rh. Ponnslvlvzniia this year. Eleanor Mnsiek was sont as n czlmlielnte nl' mn- vlniplor For Qncwn ol' ihv liivvstock Show ni 1lPndVillP. P9ll1lRj'iY2l'lllEl. Virginia Fisk has been vlecterl to sing in the l". ll. A. t'lnn-ns :it tho con- vontion in I'ittslnn',frl1, Peinisylrzniia this yoznz The cluh has sold fudge. baked and sold 4-oolcios, and had il lmlco sale in rnisv nionoy to send niemhvrs to the conventions. C453 1. and 2. VVell, it used to be. 5. Dun, Lewie, and a buddy. 3. T'i6'DG1' U33 WHIIZUIS' CIOWH the 001111 ti. Once umm a summer's day. ' G. VVhat's the :1ttmc'tion, Janet? ir. A baton. 4, You tell us who they ure. T. Pratt 1203 goes for a tip off. 10. 'liou much coke, I guess. KV! 4 Qwvulyr V6 ' AlfNlA O, S 0 Q Q., 4 tif: Q, ...Inu 0 V QOGOQJAU ' A ALI Aw Sf cs 4 ' s "f'2w'f w w:' S QU. ', M la 5' 9 Q. ON 0 1 F1 ' 1 4 Q 400f"'Q 0 I vas K ' I Q f 4 sgme Row One--.lim Watts, Ronnie Harris, Edwin Courtright, Bull 'VVhittziker, Robert Allen, Emmett Kimmy, Bruce Pieper, Don Taylor, Bob Kun-zaj, 'Ped LeSuer, Earl Griffith. Row Two-Karl Sedmina, Lewis Hellyer, Martin Tzirbell, Hubert Blystone, Neil Alfortl, Gnrdmm Beale, Theron Earll, Dick Cochran, Alfred Clark, Ronald Maryott. Row Three-Mr. Brant, James Lilley, Joe Kowalski, Neylon liartholnw, l-Inward Phelps, Ken- neth Merkle, Bill VVhittaker, Richard MOGuire. '33 4481 q KINIMY ' PIEPER N x, KUCZAJ ALFORD TARBELL BLYSTONE TAYLOR LAYDEN Qaaftdall Coach-Lee Brant Assistant Coach-Carl Henry Faculty Manager-Russell Palmer Supv. Principal-John C. Jenkins They Sept 9 Sheffield ........... .39 Sept. 15 Cambridge Springs . 6 Sept. 23 Harborcreek ..... .27 Sept. 30 Wesleyville .25 Oct. 6 Corry .......... Oct. 13 Conneautville .... . 0 Oct. 20 Edinboro ...... .21 Oct. 27 Waterford .. . 6 Nov. 3 Fairview .......................... .26 Union City started its season off on the wrong foot. Traveling to Sheffield on September 9, they found themselves at the short end of a 39-19 score. On September 15, the Green and White tied Cambridge Springs 6-6. Losing the next three games to Harborcreek, Wesleyville, and Corry, they finally met Conneautville and Union City proved to be the better by a 26-0 score. On October 20, they traveled to Edinboro to lose 21-O, the only game in which Union City did not score. On October 27, the Bears climbed to the top end of the score and whipped NVaterford 20-6, but on November 3, Fairview turned the tricks on the Bears and edged them 26-19. Union City ended the season with 2 wins, 1 tie, and 6 defeats. Bruce Pieper topped scoring honors for the County Minor League with 42 points. Emmett Kimmy and Bob Kuczaj represented the Green and Vilhite at the "Save-an-Eye" All-Star game at the Erie Stadium. West All-Stars won 19-O. The boys that received letters this year are as follows: Bruce Piieper, Neylon Bartholme, Ted LeSuer, Ronnie Harris, Carl Sedmina, Lewis Hellyer, Donald Taylor, Ronald Maryott, Tom Layden, and Gordon Beale. The following received gold footballs: Emmett Kimmy, Bob Kuczaj, Mar- tin Tarbell, Neil Alford, and Hubert Blystone. C503 December January February Swim Wayan, B 0 ..... ....1 Summary We 7 Wattsburg . . Away 8 Edinboro .. Home 12 Alumni . . Home 15 Edinboro .. Away 19 Corry ..... Home 22 Wattsbiirg . . Home 27 Corry ..... Away 29 Meadville . . . Away 2 Meadville . . . Home W 9 North East .... Away i'12 Girard ..... Away ..... .... 116 Albion ...... Home 319 I-Iarborcreek . . . Home 1123 Wesleyxfille ......... Away 426 Cambridge Springs .... Home 1330 Lawrence Park . . . Away it 6 North East .... Home 9 Girard ..... Home 413 Albion ..... Away 316 Harborcreek . . . Away 420 Wesleyw'ille ....... Home 423 Cambridge Springs ..... Away 1:27 Lawrence Park ......... Home 1' Denotes league ,fl'il.1l10S. C 51 Opp 24 ....38 40 ....-L-L ....59 '35 ....52 ....56 52 ....60 3 5 - ..... ...34 4-1 ....6l 52 ..... ..'-- 51 36 -x ....52 49 50 s',41,41,.Wzae Row One-Brtice Pie-ner, Lewis Ilellyer, Martin Tarbell, James Pratt, Gm-.lon Beale, .liLlTlt'f4 Cosilla, Emmett Kiinmy. Row Two-Dick Gray, Mr. Brant, Gerald Laird, Frank Haskins, Tom Layden, .lack Kainmai, Bob Vvhittaker, Neil Stone, Mr. Henry, Claude Lupton, The Bears of llnion City opened the season on December 5 by traveling to Vtlattsburg for a, 33-24 Win. The team won 9 games and lost 1-1 for a fairly good season. They were out- pointed by their opponents 1022-9:10. Emmett Kimmy was top scoreman for the season with 229 points. Jim Pratt had 2105 Jim Cosilla, 1711 Bruce Pieper with 161. , Emmett Kimmy made second string' All-County Basketball team. .lim Pratt was selected for third team and Bruce Pieper got an honorable mention. The Bears are losing six Seniors through graduation. They are Emmett Kimmy, .lim Pratt, Gordon Beale, Martin Tarbell, Lewis Hellyer, and Jim Cosilla. Returning lettermen next year are Bruce Pieper and Tom liayden. i525 KIMMY PRATT COSILLA TARBELL HELLYER BEALE PIEPER 'aqaqipafuitffls' Row One-Ellsworth Shade, Ronald Drzxyer. Duugzias iiarnes. XVard Bliley, Fred Fisk, James Lilley, Richard McGuire. Row Two-Olen Se-idler, Kennerh Merkle, Norman Troyer, Lowell Hamilton, Richard Brown, Hqward Phelps, Keith Vifilliams, Billy Whitaker, Theron Earll, Mr. Henry. This year The Junior High llaskethall Team was under The direction of Mr. Heurv. The Little Bears played a leiai of nine gaxiues Nldllllillfl' none of them. Hew- ever, this record is not to be taken too seriously hecause This year was the first time uiany of these boys had played on ai team. There is some excellent. material in the group and Pl muah iniproved team is expected next year. '33 C543 Swim Ghwdeaflfm -,'Q le 'L - Left to Right-Sally 'I'u1'ner, Franc-es Layrlen, Juanita Martin, June Brown, Barbara Michel, Sarah Pfister. V05 U 'llhis year we welcomed Sally Turnel' and Sarah Pfister to our ranks. NVe all want to thank the sfudenie body for their 00-OIJC1'?lll011 at The ,frames and af the pep meetings. The head chee1'leade1's this year are June llrmvn and Juanita Martin. V Vllitll The help of The Student body the clleerleaders ol? the future years wx ill be able to carry on successfully. You are what makes them! i555 ' JW, ezwzmem Left to Right-Carolyn THOHIHF. Ellen Rico, Beverly St. .I-mn. i'l'1:1l'lwIIe lmmmszmk. Inlru Lum Thorne, Judy Soety. The Junior Cl1ee1'leade1's have workecl haul and fflllllfllllj' all your, attencl- ing all the games and leading cheers for both Junior High and Junior Yam-sity basketball. Next year Clmrlotte Umnstoek and l3ex'e1'l.v St. -Iulm will lwcmnne Senior llllG6l'l6?ld61'S. 4563 'gafikeifdall 1613419 am! .Queen This year a new system of voting was introduced for the election of the llasketball Queen. Four girls who had shown the most interest in the games were chosen as candidates by the Senior Cheerleaders. The candidates for King were the six Senior class basketball players. The attendants were chosen by their respective cheerleaders on the same basis. Voting was done by means of identical cans in the halls with one penny equal to one vote. All went very well and when the final penny was counted the results produced our lovely Queen, Donna Hordusky and our handsome King, -lim Pratt. Tlieir attendants were as follows : 7th grade Sth grade 9th grade 10th grad llth grad C G . . . Janice Carroll and Alan Sexton 'l'hehna Laird and Norman Troyer . . Elaine Forbes and DeNYitt Dean Donna Brown and Bob YVl1it'taker .. Janet Martin and Bruce Pieper 4573 The entire cast of the second annual Golden Jubilee Minstrel. 'ii gmfmen Left to Right-Roger Bisbeff. Rfmnie Harris, Dir-k Monro, I-laruld Butler. Frank Haskins, Sunny Thorne and Bruce Pieper. C583 Why Sudan Game '70 School Emmett Kimmy . . . Paul Harrison . .. John Gregor . . . Bob Edwards .... Janet Soety Rose Shade .... Jim Cosilla ...... Jean Chapin ...... Donna Hordusky . Janet Magee ..... lrma Hall ....... Robert Clough . . . Juanita Martin Bob Johnson ..... June Brow11 ...... Virginia Whittaker Dolores Beezub . .. Barbara Gregory . Marian Gregory .. Martin Tarbell . . . llarold Powell . . . Vonnie Kowalski .. 'Lewis Hellyer Doris Rhodes ..... Beverly Weilacher J im Pratt ....... . Dorothy Middleton Virginia Kozik Walter Kozik .... Lorraine Chundrlek Betty Coe ........ Georgia Moody .. lileanor Parker . . . Robert Kuczaj . . . Tom Kusiak . .. Ted LeSuer ..... Claude Lupton Terry McGahen . . . Bill Megat .... Cecil Miller ,Ronald Miller Don Taylor . . Neil Alford ...... Ernest Anderson .. Neylon Bartholme Gordon Beale ..... Hubert Blystone .. Dick Gray ....... Janet Fisk .... ooo To play basketball To heckle the teachers To run the movie machine To see Alice To help with gym classes To prepare for college To crack wise To attend Sociology classes To sew To bother Mrs. Baldwin To gab To flirt with the girls To dream with Bob And vice versa To nab at man Same reason To graduate To read comic books To study hard To talk with Mr. Palmer To attend Ag. To flit through the halls flit with her do shorthand To type To flash that cute grin To study To see the kids To keep tabs on Virginia To eat in the cafeteria To play in the hand To giggle To flirt with underelassmeh play football be friendly To attend English lV To see Mary Ann To sleep To see Ellen To sing Tenor Too modest to say To see Sue To do solid To attend art class To tease Well---- To pass time To keep the sports supplies in condition To sing in Chorus To Y1YO To To f59J . 'Z 14. 14 The Union City Parent-Teaeher's Association Officers: PRESIDENT .......... ................... 3 largaret Sexton VICE PRESIDENT .... .... H elen Lyons SECRETARY . . . . . . Noma Michael TREASURER ...,............................,. Millie Fisk We have had a most interesting year with excellent speakers, good topics and educational demonstrations. Splendid co-operation was obtained from the committee men and women, the members, teachers. and the students, and we are very grateful for this. Our 4'January Thaw," the community get-together. under the capable management of Mabel Michael, was a great success both financially and so- cially. ' The Toxoid Clinic, which was in charge of Mrs. Pluskota. Mrs. Bowman, and Dr. Ledger, was sponsored by the Association. We are very proud that we were able to assist them in this worthwhile work. The Junior-Senior Banquet in May. held at the Baptist Church. was served by the Parent-Teacher's Association. Thelma Thorne, general chairman, made this a delightful occasion, one to long he remembered. The one regrettable happening of our year was the resignation of our former president, Alice Crandall, due to ill health. Margaret Sexton assumed the presidency and Helen Lyons was elected vice-president. and both have proven to be very fine leaders. Our program for the year included the following: Our Future School ........................... Raymond V. Hall, Architect Our Child and His Adjustment to the Future . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marshall Fisher. Superintendent of Schools in Titusvillc Round Table Discussion of our New School ............... William Crandall Future Farmers Demonstration .................. . . . Omar Menoher The School and Our Childs Physical Development . . . .... Lee Brant Our Child and Foundation for Enjoyment of Music A Concert by Albert Cerutti Noma Michel, Secretary -Annual Cafeteria Report The cafeteria., in its second year, is now serving an average of 300 students. Our very capable staff consists of: Mrs. Betty Sturdevant, Mrs. Prudence Clough, Mrs. Geneva Maryott, and Mrs. Gladys Proper. Those very generously donating their time to help arc: Mrs. Gertrude Wil- kins, Mrs. Vi Wiggers, and Mrs. Rulaf Young. Miss Neva Parker and Mrs. Alice Yankosky have charge of the bookkeeping and ticket purchases. ' Students, both girls and boys, have the opportunity to help in return for their meals. 1603 Janet Soety. Ernest Anderson. rl. XV215' hawk when Jean Chapin. 49. Bob Johnson. 10. The cull of thv xxlll .Tanel Mageo. T. Pl1oto:r1'zLpher .In11nsnn. 11. The-e Be-fzub. Bob Edwards. S. The ole swimming' hole. Q' . , gf' 1.2 4. x 1 ,MMM Emmett and Ph-tty in il gay mood. 7 Strategy. Mary and :1 baseball. Janet Martin and Shirley Platt. Ah-love. Beth and Mary. v'M mm Our most loving' cnuple. Rose Shade, :L few years ago. Janet and June at camp. Bob VVl'litt2Lk9l'. Our editor, in an more serious moment. A picnic. .5 W' 'H . . elm of 1951 Galwlm SEPTEMBER 6-Everyone seems happy to start school, again after three months vacation. 1 P SEPTEMBER 7-Classes begin today. Jimmy Cosilla is feeling bad because we only have 179 days left. SEPTEMBER S-The Seniors tried out their new seats in assembly today. How wonderful they fit! We play our first football game with Sheffield tomorrow. SEPTEMBER 11-We had our first defeat in football Saturday. Sliefllield beat us 39-19. SEPTEMBER 12-Have you noticed the beautiful class rings that the Seniors have now Y? SEPTEMBER 13-The chemistry class did their first experiment today. Poor Claude-Emmett nominated him as taste sampler for the experiments. SEPTEMBER 14-Class officers were chosen. SEPTEMBER 15-Paul Harrison and Neil Alford are now the new lab as- sistants. SEPTEMBER 18-We tied our second football game with Cambridge ti-ti. What happened to our extra point, fellos! SEPTEMBER 19-Cosilla and Esquivel still coming in late. SEPTEMBER 20-Have you seen Kimniy new ear? SEPTEMBER 21-What happened to the Senior girls in the volley ball game with the Junior girls? SEPTEMBER 22-Assembly and pep meeting. Toniorrow we play Harbor- creek. SEPTEMBER 25-Blue Monday. Hai-borereek heat us. SEPTEMBER 26-Another test in Plane Geometry. lsnit there ever an end? SEPTEMBER 27-Mr. Melnerney is able to breathe again. We had a lab ex- periment using aoid and no one heated the acid even though Jean Chapin tried awfully hard. SEPTEMBER 28-Assembly and pep meeting this morning. SEPTEMBER 29-What are we going to-do Saturday? Beat Xhfesleyvillell OCTOBER 2-Fellas, what happened '? We lost to Wesleyville, Saturday. OCTOBER 3-All ready Juanita has another HSI" class ring. Whose could it be? OCTOBER 4-HVVanna buy a pool ticket?" That's all we hear. OCTOBER 5-VVhat Senior boy's class ring does Mary Layor have? f64l Edwin OCTOBER 6-Everyone is getting ready for the game tonight at Corry. XVhat happened to Kuczaj's arm U? OCTOBER 9-Everyone is thrilled! We scored more points against Corry than any other school. They beat us 323-13. But wait till next- year- OCTOBER l0-Everyone congratulating Jimmy Cosilla. he hasn't been late for at least a Week. OCTOBER 11-Richard Gray did a wonderful job speaking at the class meet- ing. OCTOBER 12-Everyone getting ready for a vacation on Monday while the ' teachers are having institute. OCTOBER 13-We had a contest in assembly today between the teachers and some members of the football team to see who could do the yells the best. The teachers won- Ot'TOBl-IR 16-Teachers institute-Hou' we love itl OCTOBER 17-Oh, boy ll XYe BEAT Conneautville! OCTOBER 18-Ask Barbara Gregory about Mrs. Baldwin 's Unon-gum chew- ing" campaign. OCTOBER 19-All the Seniors are wondering why Miss Smiley was so sur- prised that they didn't know how to use a dictionary? OCTOBER 20-Have you bought your bus ticket for the game at Edinboro this afternoon? VVe had a movie in assembly today on Teen-a-cide. How about taking some advice? OCTOBER 23-The last day of teachers' institute. Why do all good things have to come to an end Q? OCTOBER 24-Have you bought your ticket to the Senior dance? OCTOBER 25-Report cards today. All the Seniors have decided that "re- port" cards should be called "deport" cards. Don't forget the Senior dance! OCTOBER 26-The Senior dance went over pretty good for the first dance of the year. OCTOBER 27-We had a good speech about our football team in assembly this morning by Miss Durbin. Where was Mr. Henry and Mr. Brant?? OCTOBER 30-Rah! Rah! Rah! We beat Waterford 20-6. Peiper made two touchdowns and Tarbell made one and then that one and only Senior, Robert. Kuczaj made the ttvo extra points. Quite a game. OCTOBER 31-Don't forget your excuses if you're going hunting tomorrow. Are you entering the HalloWe'en Parade ll? f65u 6 NOVEMBER 1-Did you get any rabbits, kids? Lot of kids out for hunting. NOVEMBER 2-First anvil staff meeting. The staff decided to have their meeting on Thursdays after Jimmy Pratt informed us that he thought it would be an awfully good day for it. NOVEMBER 3-lt was snowing out today. More fun-shoveling before you ' come to school. NOVEMBER 6-Pratt and Lupton both out of school today! VVhat happened, boys? NOVEMBER 7-The big question of today is-who is that certain Corry fei- low who has been coming down to see Irina lately. ls it the car or the fellow, lrma? T57 J ht Y EMIJER 8-Just another school day, nothing exciting happened. NOVEMBER 9-Oosilla late for school again. NOVEMBER 10-Assembly that was real good this morning, NOVEMBER 13 -Blue Moiiday. Nothing exciting happened. NOVEMBER 14-XVhat Sophomore girl has Bill Megats ring 1' NOVEMBER 15-Snowing out again. More fun! NOVEMBER 16-XVha.t explanation do you have to offer for not driving to school today, NOVEMBER 17 Soetyt It couldn't be that it is slippery could it? -Assembly today. Who's that certain seventh grader that keeps making eyes at Janet Soety and Lorraine Chundrlek. NOVEMBER 18-Seniors talking about going on their class trip. NOVEMBER 21-Boys are now practicing basketball. We are getting anxious for the games to start. NOVEMBER 22-Another test in Plane Geometry today. NOVEMBER 23-Bob Kuczaj and Emmett Kimmy are going to play in the All-Star game. Good luck, fellows. NOVEMBER 27-They didnit have the All-Star game because oi' the heavy snow storm. No school. NOVEMBER 28-No school because of snow. NOVEMBER 29-Still no school. NOVEMBER 30-Still no school. Big question-NVill there or won't there be school tomorrow? DECEMBER 1-Hurrah! School today. lt's still snowing some. DECEMBER 3-Everyone full of pep after the vacation last week. DECEMBER- 4-We Play our first game tonight at Wattsburg. i669 Edwin DECEMBER 5-The team played a good game last night. XVe beat Vllatts- burg 33-24. DECEMBER 6-We had another laboratory experiment today. Emmett, do you always make Claude taste everything? DECEMBER 7-It's getting worse-Jimmy Cosilla didn't even make it to school today! DECEMBER 8-We had a pep meeting today. NVe play Edinboro at home tonight. Let's have a big crowd there. IDECEMBER 11-We won again. We beat Edinboro 45-37. DECEMBER 12-Paul Harrison gave some of the Senior girls his view points on the yearbook. Funny we don it agree with you, Paul. DECEMBER 13-VVhat's the matter, fellas? The alumni beat us by two points. DECEMBER 14-Bob Clough seems to be attracted to the Sophomore and Junior girls. WVhat's the matter with the Senior girls, Bob? DECEMBER 15-Vile play Edinboro away tonight. Miss Durbin is having .1 bus. Let 's go and support the boys. DECEMBER 18-Happy days are here again. XVe beat Edinboro and so now we will have a study hall in Chem. DECEMBER 19-Beth Magee is now wearing Gordon's class ring. DECEMBER 20-VVe played Corry at home and were beaten. YVait till next, time, we'll murder 'emi 'DECEMBER 21-Do you have your Christmas shopping done yet 1? Just three shopping days left. DECEMBER 22-We get out of school at noon today. Have a nice vacation, kids. JANUARY 2-Hi Kids-how was the vacation? JANUARY 3-Everyone is so thrilled. We beat Meadville last night. JANUARY -1-Sociology test and chemistry test all in the same day. What are these teachers trying to do to us? JANUARY 5-Basketball team have a free night tonight for a change. They can all get rested up for the North East game Tuesday night. JANUARY 8-Two of our Senior girls are flashing diamonds around. Con- gratulations, Jean and Dolores. JANUARY 9-We play our first league game today at North East. Let's have a big crowd there. JANUARY 10-Have you noticed how Dolores' boy friend tells her goodbye when he walks her to school? JANUARY 11-Seniors have decided to go to XVashington on their class trip. JANUARY 12-Mrs. Baldwin explained the rules the Seniors had to follow if they go to Washingtoii. As usual Paul Harrison is trying to change them. t'Rules were made to be broken" seems to be his motto. C673 Gelwlm JANUARY 15-Neil Alford spent sociology period trying to explain law to Mrs. Baldwin. JANUARY 16-We play Albion tonight at home. Tickets are only 2541 if you buy them at school. JANUARY 17-Senior class meeting this noon. JANUARY 18-Rose Waite, one of our Senior girls, quit school to get married. JANUARY 19-Assembly and pep meeting today. We play Harborcreek at home tonight. JANUARY 22-Blue Monday-Vile got beat by Harborereek Friday night. The boys played a good game, anyway. JANUARY 23-Everyone is so shocked. The Senior girls were beaten in 9 basketball. by the Juniors! JANUARY 24-Fellas, you played a wonderful game-We beat XVesleyville. JANUARY 25-Robert Kuezaj thinks the Senior girls aren't too good at basketball. The Senior girls can't understand it. There 's still hope of winning one game. JANUARY 26-We play Cambridge tonight. After that pep meeting today We should beat them. JANUARY 29-Everyone is so excited. XVe beat Cambridge Springs Tuesday night by two points. Nice going, fellas. JANUARY 30-Everyone feeling good. After having finished their exams and receiving their report cards. JANUARY 31-We were defeated last night by Lawrence Park. FEBRUARY 1-Seniors have started their literature. So far Dolores has the most done. FEBRUARY 2-Did the groundhog see his shadow today? FEBRUARY 5-VVhat's this We hear about Sunny Thorne and Ronnie Harris trying to scare Mr. Mclnerney. , FEBRUARY 6-XVe play North East at home tonight. FEBRUARY 7-We beat North East. FEBRUARY 8-Seniors had another class meeting. VW had quite a. few suggestions as how to make money. FEBRUARY 9-No assembly today but we had a pep meeting this afternoon. The Senior girls have good voices. FEBRUARY 12-The bingo party that was put on by the Seniors turned out very good. FEBRUARY 13-Is everyone going to the game tonight? We play Albion. FEBRUARY 14 entine Day. -Rumors have been flying about the party at Brown's, Val- More fun. FEBRUARY 15--Don't forget your thesis, kids. They are due April 2. i683 . Galwcfaa FEBRUARY 16-Irma Hall received word that she passed her pre-entrance tests to a hospital in Pittsburgh. FEBRUARY 17-VVlio will be the basketball Queen and King ? Don lt forget , to vote FEBRUARY 18-Beverly Weilacher is knitting another sweater. Which fellow is this for, Bev? FEBRUARY 19-Three cheers for Gordon l-Scale he has almost finished his second unit in English. FEBRUARY 201-Jean Chapin received a beautiful watch from her one and only for her birthday. How do you rate, Jean? FEBRUARY 21-By the way a couple of Senior girls would like to know what flavor of cider a group of Senior boys had at the game last night. How about it Neil, Paul, and Bob? FEBRUARY 22-Just one of those days--nothing exciting has happened. FEBRUARY 23-The sixty-four dollar question-who is the Junior boy that spends his long evenings up at Georgia Moody's? FEBRUARY 26-Have you bought your ticket to the dance the Seniors are putting on Wednesday night? liet's have a big crowd. FEBRUARY 27-NVho are the Senior boys that are moving the desks in Mrs. Baldwin 's room all around? How about it lieSuer and Megat? FEBRUARY 28-The Queen and King were crowned today. Donna Hor- dusky made a very pretty Queen and tall, blond, and handsome Pratt made a very nice King. Jimmy Cosilla tried to prove to Pratt that he was the romantic type. What Would Happen If- VVe saw Emmett without Betty, Bob without Juanita. or Tommy liayden without his grin. Doris were a boulevard instead of Rhodes, lrma were a room instead of a Hall, or if Rose were sun instead of Shade. Bob Kuczaj let his crewcut grow out, if Joyce Combs got her driver 's license and Carole Turner accepted a ride. Janet Magee attended afternoon classes, Janet Soety resigned Senior class president, and Jim Cosilla made it to school one whole week without being late. Dolores Beezub stopped giggling, June Brown stopped flirting, and Virginia Kozik stopped being so friendly. Mrs. Baldwin stopped joking, Mr. Palmer stopped ringing the tardy bell, and Mrs. Yankosky stopped policing cafeteria. The Seniors and Juniors stopped arguing, Mrs. Wilsted stopped giving home- work, and Mr. Jenkins gave us the day after the prom off. 1693 Senior Class Officers PRESIDENT ...... . VICE PRESIDENT . . . SECRETARY ..... TREASURER . . . HISTORIAN .... CLASS MOTTO--Today we follow, tomorrow we lead. CLASS COLORS-Royal Blue and White. CLASS lf'LOWE'R-American Beauty Rose. J unior-Senior Banquet .. Janet Soety Dick Gray . Bob Johnson Juanita Martin Claude Lupton Date- Zqjfgg' LZ Jif Q 7 Place- M V 7 S lk -e-- f'7 l ' Q 442 ,aww E13 pea El Judd! fgxddlafjv 9fcy,,am'fL1, J unior-Senior Prom Date- 7'7-fda-to-Q 47 ridf , , J ' ,f 1 Place- Orchestra- J unior-Senior Trip Dc l 1'-' f' ' 7 K ! pl! '1 9 Q7 2 my ?-Q f ' Place- rl Baccalaureate Date- Q 72 9 ff fl ,X I A N A 7 Sl1ffHkel'N",7ll2fW 4 MQ" Cl ATM? fi Commencement Date- " fjjf Speakers- f70J QlN3lMS' MMGV i i010iGli i1lillil!il1lltJi0illi0i0 0i "Bill Ding" wishes you success through MULLEN BUILDINGS SUPPLY and WELLER COAL 86 SUPPLY BM ow? 5 Market Street 31 Market Street Union City, Pa. Union City, Pa. Phone 338 Phone 52 FROM - - . 1908 to F. c. CHAPIN an son ' 1951 VV0 H3170 Women's Apparel Enjoyed Sewing UNICN CITY, PA. U. C. H. S. Students LASKARIS E C 0 M A Get the best-get Sealtest Erin County Milk Association -:- Erie, Pa. 10101010106 oiuininxifninjoicriuinie111101011lilniniuiuiuimvivuiuiuiuioi C725 REYNOLDS Sv WALDEN l For Excellence - - - Red 85 White in design Meats - Groceries - Produce i craftsmanship Frosted Foods Ice Cream and quality WATERFORD, PA. Rings Phone 2341 Pins Q Medals g AM-'w'F"'i"Vn' Charms - Cups i Plaques - I Compliments of Tmphles i ' Jewelers For Your Class Rings STANDARD CHAIR CO. I Manufacturing Jewelers qMakers of the Finest Chairsi i DIEGES CLUST Q Boston-17 John St. New York-Providence l I I riuiuq wining in LE BOE F BUS LINES 'R Ogulai' Service from CE11Hl31'lClQ,'0 Springs To Erie via Mill Village, Union City and VVattsbui'g, and Lowvillc Direct fo G. E. - School Bus Service Since 1938 - 4567 Phone: VVat0i'f0i'cl Mill Village, Pa. 4516 3111101 00201111111 1:1111 101 1 ini 211411111102 11101 111101410101 731 0:0 U E II U II l U U Q 4 Q 0.0 1 1 3 1 in 301 1301010301 21111111 M. K. N ICKS Importing Distributors and Soft Drinks UNION CITY, PA. News Cigars WHEN IN CORRY KIP'S SODA BAR Ice Cream Fountain Service Luncheonette 10203: 10302 2 1 21111 iii 1:11 Z qs 2 I Compliments of CONSUMERS OIL CO. . UNION ciTv, PA. Compliments of HOTEL CONGDON Edith - Howard Deedrick Compliments of UNION IRON WORKS Paul C. Rouse UNION CITY, PA. 1 11 11 xnqpuini 1 1101014 in is in ini: 2 I741 FRANZ FINE FURNITURE Since 1862 101 N. Center Street COFIRY, PA. ?Qiinixi 14 iniuininimi 14 201411 in 1 1 21101 :Ii 1 Quill: ii3niodDniui I I I U I ! 2 1:11:10 ui mzuini 01 1101 014 3 0.0 141101 I1 Compliments of UNION CITY COOPERATIVE ASSO. "SERVICE WITH A SMILE" West High Street Ext. Phone 83 I Best Wishes I ALFRED OLDS I -:- Florist -:- I "FLOWERS OF QUALITY" Every Kind of I 101 East High Street I INSURANCE PROTECTION , phone 153 ARTHUR D. CHAPIN ImWVW'-Im- M I AGENCY STOP CHURCH'S UN'0N C'TY' PA- PINE WOODS INN Beer - Liquors - Wines Sandwiches - Lunches , Route 6 Between Corry Union City, Pa. I uindpnini ii 1 2 Ii I 1 li 11031101 I1 1 I1 1131111310301 1 1111 C751 You Are Always Welcome At the UNION CITY DINOR UNION CITY, PA. Compliments of YORKLINE, INC. . UNION CITY, PA. Compliments of BLANCHARD 'S Red and White Superette Complete Line of Groceries, Meats, Vegetables Phone 339 98 E. High St. 11019 ini 1 iI1u1I1 I Compliments of MICHAELSON'S CAFE To the Class of "51" Best Wishes to the Class of 1951 EASTMAN MFG. CO. Children's Furniture UNION CITY, PA.. Compliments of UNION CITY METAL-PLASTIC CO., INC UNION CITY, PA. f76 Best Wishes to ' The Class of '51, From the MEDICAL STAFF OF THE STEM MEIVIORIALTHOSPITAL of Union City, P0ll1lSj'TX'H11TH C773 0:0 U : 1 01011: 1 1: 1 n U Q U 2 U 11011111 1 201 11101 10101 101111 1 111: ininiuiuiuliuioi irq 111 WATERFORD LEADER UNION CITY TIMES-ENTERPRISE Every Thursday Monday and Thursday GIRARD COSMOPOLITE HERALD EDINBORO INDEPENDENT Every Thursday Every Thursday CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS ENTERPRISE-NEWS Monday and Thursday 0:11:14 1 101 115: 1 11:1 1: 1:11 1: 1 1 11:1 1 1 11:1 11: 14110101 11111111111 1 C783 'E Gomplimmlts of NATIDNAL BANK 0F UNl0N CITY XYit11 Best YYisheS to the Class of 1951 'if 1:1 ri: in 1111111 in 1 121 in 1 xi ri iuilriuiwillnjliiihini riuiu C793 '33 Compliments of Home NATIONAL BANK of Union City Member of Federal Deposit I11Sl11"8I1C'6' Corporation Deposits Insured up to 310,000 'ii 50101 3 3130201111: ini mi ui 1 111021 1031301010101 2 3 1 C303 41111020 i 014, 1 u 1 u 1 -11 01 1, .1u1u1v1 -11 u Q H H ! H U ! H ! 101450 3 'Q o 0.1 ! 41111101 0: nr: 111- nan. uznznzuzuz- nz 0: o ni ul in.: u 11:4 0: oz :ui o mx: rin: ni 111112 in 1 14 in 21 1011 mini ri 13:1 is 1 1 1111 13 101121301031 FOOD OF QUALITY FOR 25 YEARS C0ug'1'atulati01'1s to Class of 1951 Ritz Restaurant UNION CITY CORRY Willialn and Mary Candy The Famous Pfx1111Sj'1Y'011i21 Candies 114:01 015111015 1 11 cp ri 1 241201 1 rioioiviuzuioi xi 1 1 ninioiu ic 3 110101 ni 1111 ni ISI? ,Q VVe Extend Our Congratulations and Sincere Best Wislies for the Future for the Graduating Class of 1951 YORK 8z FOSTER, Inc. Union City, Pennsylvania Manufaet1u'e1's of B1'9RlIIHSt Room and Dinette Suites and Chairs. Better Known Appliances FRIGIDAIRE - MAYTAG BLACKSTONE - PHILCO Better Service ROOT APPLIANCES 8 East Main Street CORRY, PA. AL'S CLOTHES SHOP The Store for Men and Boys CORRY and MEADVILLE, PA. C821 RELIABLE HOME FURNISHING CO., INC 1213-1219 state st. ERIE, PA. Erie's Outstanding Furniture Store 11011311 1111111 111 livin? xi ri in 1 xiii xii in 1111143 1:1211 13111111 Compliments of MEERDINK'S FURNITURE STORE CORRY, PA. Compliments of PHILLIPS JEWELRY coRRv, PA.V 45 N. CENTER ST. DIAL 34-453 Greeting Cards for All Occasions Congratulations to Class of 1951 A 85 P TEA COMPANY JAMES LOWES Manager UNION CITY, PA. Compliments of W. W. WATERHOUSE Compliments of C0RRYf PA- PALACE THEATER T RARAcE's WON WY' PA' HOME FURNITURE co Phone 37283 13 South Center Street CORRY, PA. 131:11 1 inch 11010111 ni xi in 1 11 ni ri ri: ini ninininiuia 1031 1:1 ri: 1131 Compliments of THOMAS MOTOR CO. -: CHEVROLET :- SALES AND SERVICE Compliments of G. C. KAPPLE UNION CITY TAXI Phone 469 Day and Night Service Sincere Compliments of "TI-IE CORNERETTEH RUTH AND AL Groceries - Meats - Confectionery Atlantic Gas - Oil - Accessories 134 S. MAIN UNION CITY T Compliments and Best VI ishes To the Class of 1951 SNAP-TITE, Inc. 1843 Compliments of GORDON STUDIO 4455 South Main St. UNION CITY, PA. Phone 33-R THE HELEN SHOPPE Togs for Tots Ladies' Lingerie CORRY, PA. Compliments of GRANT'S GROCE RY 97 East High Street UNION CITY, PA. is 3 1 1 rim 1 xi ri ri 3 xi ri 134 ioinqiuiui xi xi Compliments of PAUL'S MEN'S WEAR Phone 37-821 CORRY, PENNSYLVANIA f85J Best Wishes to the Class of 1951 BOSS 85 WHIPPLE MFG. CO. ' Manufacturers of Wood Handles and Specialties UNION CITY, PA. BISBEE 'S RADIO SERVICE We Service any Make or Model Car - AM - FM - Television Phone 486-W 87 East High Street UNION CITY, PA. O. I-IENRY'S GARAGE Chrysler -:- Plymouth UNION CITY, PA. Phone 38 201024 ver 201114213 xiii: 2034101111111 :ri 1 11311411111 1 ini 114 if if 13:01:13 H 5 Compliments of U T H E J E W E L B O X E ALBERT C. BLANCHARD, Mgr. E All The Name Implies ' Fine Jewels, Rings and Other Things i Modern Watch Repair Our Specialty H 43 NORTH MAIN STREET UNION CITY, PENNA I U II U U - Compliments of H Compliments of 5 GREEN ACRES U GREENHOUSE CO0PER'S GROGERY W , 3 fshmsl 7 warden se. ll M1 st t E t ' E ies ree x ension UNION CITY, PA. D UNION CITY, PA. l U II U II : Compliments of Compliments of Q BURNS GROCERY CANTEEN SERVICE I i Phone 37o'XW 216 East 21st Street E 36 GRANT ST. UNION CITY, PA. ERIE, PA. I ! i ,E g Compliments of I HAYES GROCERY , ' Compliments of i CLARENCE and NIARGARET HAYES i phone SSW F. R. CHESLEY an SON i 66 North Main St. I uNioN crrv, PA. E ! 03101011 211101901112 in: 1 1-3:1 1110113010: ii ixioioililirini 1 20111 i865 Compliments of CHASE MOTOR SALES 3 Perry Street UNION CITY, PA. Refrigeration service at any time FIELD REFRIGERATION 19 Washington St. UNION CITY, PA. Phone 377-R Best Wishes SMITI-I'S FURNITURE STORE 20 South Main St. UNION CITY, PA. Phone 82-R Compliments of KAZZY'S GARAGE Sales NASH Service Phone 237 5 TITUSVILLE ROAD Anything and Everything for the Home UNION CITY APPLIANCE CO. Phone 479 Compliments of CARLSON and WALFORD Gas and Oil UNION CITY, PA. Tires -:- Batteries MORSE 'S DRUG STORE The Rexall'Store UNION CITY, PA. C875 For Exercise DEOGARD'S RECREATION CENTER For an Appointment Call 323 R. L. SHADE 86 SON WHOLESALE TIRES Lee and General Exide Batteries 24-HOUR WFIECKEFI SERVICE Compliments of R. R. YOUNG HARDWARE UNION CITY, PA. Compliments of CLUTE TRACTOR SALES Ford Tractors WATTSBU RG, PA. Compliments of MRS. C. D. SMITH CParlor Groceryj Phone 66-W UNION CITY, PA. Compliments of PEASE GROCERY Groceries - Meats Compliments of PERRY S. MILLER lash Congratulations to Class of 1951 LUPTON'S BAKERY Phone 330 26 North Main Street UNION CITY, PA. Compliments of M. J. GILMORE JEWELER Diamonds - Watches - Gifts UNION CITY, PA. 1:1111 1:1 3 1111131 1:1 11 11: 10141159111 1 Eat at ALICE and JOE'S LUNCH A Good Place To Eat I1 in-4 00101 1 1 1 1 ui 2 TREAT'S Men's and Boys' Wear For Over a Century Best Wishes BLOSS DRUGS Walgreen Agency UNION CITY, PA. Compliments of W. H. SHREVE 86 SON UNION crrv, PA. Q89 Congratulations to the Class of 1951 KINGHS DRESS SHOP Quality for Less 38 S. MAIN STREET Compliments of KING' S BARBER SHOP wm. King Across from High School D. H. MCCLINTOCK WALLPAPER . PAINT - GLASS CONGOLEUM Russ VENETIAN BLINDS W. L. LEWIS MEN'S FURNISHINGS By The River "Drop In" Phone 380 Compliments of MIDDLETON'S WAGMANS HARDWARE Always Your Store ' During and After School 5o to 51.00 4 - 6 North Main Street UNION CITY, FIA. 37 North Main Street Compliments of HOFFMAN'S Glass - Wallpaper - Paints UNION CITY, PA. iuioqboiui 1 ii 101011 1 1412014 11 2 1 114 in ii 1 1311101 ii ini liz 3 1 i903 v 0.0 ! Q E ! U ! H U H 1 I Q II riulnini Imini:iiuiuiixinioioiuiui AIKENS' STORE GROCERIES -:- MEVATS PRODUCE 8 Market Street UNION CITY, PA. 1110111 11 ri 11xii1ifiiI:nitricliuiuqbuiuim is 3 Congratulations SMILEYS Compliments of MCGILL SHOPPE Ladies' and Children's Ready to Wear Whenever illness comes, it is comforting to know that we, as good neighbors, are always ready to help. We place all the facilities of our modern Prescription Lab- oratory-our highly trained and skilled staff . . . our fine precision equipment . . . and our complete stock of quality pharma- ceuticals-at the service of your physician. Yes, you may rely on us, at all times, to do all within our power to help recover your good health. GATES' DRUG STORE UNION crrv, PA. Compliments of PETE 'S LUNCH 18 North Main Street UNION CITY, PA. 02?-ininiu Compliments of THE RED 85 WHITE HOME OWNED - G. L. SPENCER We deliver Thurs., Fri. and Sat. F. w. BARBER, Prop. PHONE 112-W I917 CAFLISCI-I BUILDERS SUPPLY Everything from the ground up. Estimates Cheerfully Given. East High Street UNION CITY, PA. Compliments of RICE HOTEL UNION CITY, PA. 112 iii 312121113 311 1121111111201 Compliments of H. B. LYONS COMPANY Congratulations to the Class of 1951 WONTENAY'S NEWS UNION CITY, PA. Congratulations to Class of 1951 MERL KUNKEL Tax Collector Protect What You Have With What We Have SWEET INSURANCE AGENCY JOHN W. GATES Oldest Agency In Erie County UNION CITY, PA. 01441, I U ! ! ! I Q 1111119111111 1 1111111 11111111 111 1 1111111I11111111111111111111111111014 C923 0,0 u I CO11gl'ZltlllilfiOl1S to Class of 1951 KIIVIMY 81 BAUIVIBACH Oliver Tractors 85 Waterford Street UNION CITY, PA. Phone 357-R Farm Implements Sales and Service X Congratulations to The Class of 1951 Compliments Of LAYDEN'S RESTAURANT 52 North Main Street UNION CITY, PA. UNION COAL X M AA- 85 F Compliments of SUPPLY U :ni nininioini 1 11 in T CLARK'S SHOE STORE l Congrats to Class of '51 1 1 1: 1 xinxuiuiuioi ni 1010111014 is 1:1 14111 1 C935 G'r8zH BURGER and ESTES SUPER MARKET Keystone Service Station 33 N. Main St. Ph0ne 43 UNION CITY, PA. UNION CITY, PA- The Best of Good Foods Lowest Prices Always I With Compliments CARNEY'S SHOE STORE Compliments of 13 Market St- UNION CITY, PA. H. L. MUSSER I FUNERAL HOME I Ambulance Service Phone 58 UNION CITY, PA. Compliments of UNION CITY DRY CLEANERS 30 South Main Street UNION CITY, PA. Compliments of JOHN REJZER BEVERAGES Phone 113-W 17 Market Street UNION CITY, PA. 1945 Compliments of MERRILLS' PHOTO STUDIO fOver Gates' Drug Storey Phone 31-W ni irinioiuiuiuiniii1311 1 Compliments of "AI" Wiggers -:- "Ty" Wilkins THE W 85 W OIL CO. Pennzoil Distributors BALDWIN ELECTRIC GENERAL ELECTRIC "We Sell The Best and Service The Rest" UNION CITY, PA. I Compliments of Compliments of ERIE-CRAWFORD DAIRY COOPERATIVE ASSN. I LONGSTREET PLUMBING 35 Market Street " 15 Market St' UNION crrv, PENNSYLVANIA UNION CITY, PA- I I L, A ,-- Compliments of W. J. BISBEE 85 SON FARM IMPLEMENTS Phone 92-R UNION CITY, PA. W. M. SMITH COAL and COKE GASOLINE and OILS 11 West High Street UNION CITY, PA. Compliments of UNION SERVICE CO. 3 Titusville Road UNION CITY, PA. Compliments of CARROLL'S BEAUTY SALON UNION CITY, PA. 12143: 1.51134 11:11:12 nic 2:10211 1 1 ui ui 1411112 ui 141 ini: 1 ni 14141 C955 1010111011 2 1 nioiui 1011221 if 103 1 60010111 301431 1 1 I1 1 Cmnplimmitis of JOHN KROL POST P6773 Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U. S. Union City, Pennsylvania Compliments of DOOLITTLE 'S G-ROCERY WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORES Lester R. Lopus, owner i WATERFORD, PA. CORRY, PA. UNION crrv, PA Phone 33-514 Phone 172 phone 3643 H. G. Steves, Mgr. E. E. Clough, Mgr Compliments of DAIRY1VIEN'S LEAGUE UNION CITY, PA. 1963 TI-IE UNION CITY CHAIR COMPANY Manufacturers of WOOD-SEAT CHAIRS and ROCKERS UNION CITY, PA. ini Compliments of The MODEL DAIRY COMPANY Compliments of "HER SPOT Compliments of T0 SHOP" GLENN FUNERAL HOME connv, PA. Robert H. Glenn . Mark C. Glenn' Ambulance Service E Compliments of UN,O,,, Cm, PA' SCHLAK'S SECOND-HAND STORE USED FURNITURE and CLOTHING Compliments of QUALITY CASH STORES 7 N' Main Sfmt UNION CITY HIGH SCHOOL 48 S. Main Street I 98 S. Main Street Compliments of 4975 dguinzuiox 'Y UNION CITY LODGE NO. 882 LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Union City, Pennsylvania E 0i01uCQui0i0i0101 . isiuilbiirieviiluiuibitxiuiaiexiali 1 riuioin J 10101 joiiuiuiuioi 2 1 ini it ELECTRIC RANGES - RADIOS REFRIGERATORS NORGE - PHILCO HOME FREEZERS MAYTAG WASHERS and IRONERS GEORGE T. MICHAEL Electrical Appliances Phone 114-M 6 Main Street UNION CITY, PA. i x 1 1 i i V I f N i 1 i L Compliments of WILSTED'S GROCERY BRITTON RUN -:- nouns 77 X Compliments of COSILLA'S GROCE RY We are sure glad this advertising is done PAUL HARRISON NEIL ALFORD BOB CLOUGH C991 Best of Luck to Class of "5l" 6 0' ll x" 6R'Q 4 L v AA! Q81 is 'In " 2 V 6' 4K-f-fe l EG' 'cya ,xf ' '0 Sf' ggi 9 3 t lrly "' 1" -.W E E X Nf W E 1 X X50 4 5 'Q Q cum 3. ' S ll' llllllnltll AMERICAN WLEGICDN LQBARQN POST Q37 Union City, Pellusylvania PQ lil 1 1 il ilDIID14lilD11111PiIYQUQUQWl-0Q0-0-0-0-0-0- 'in C1000 120101 I ,-cf J x, t 7 Ai 5 H . 4, if Q' . f . ' If . I. .W , , Vi - , I ' ' Fifa? g sa V ix ' ' ,if , ' 'A xi,-Via Q,3,,..ffgi.V,Vf,fx,fA 2 - V QV A AJ ' V jr' , ,... EM.. V .. A Q a-M , IC' T V ,gf 4 "LP aff-"'-Cffi A V ' , . L- V 'XX '-' V f - ' 5-f-24455, , , A V .. Q V fV ff J21., MM ' M ' f 5 ' 4 ' .g'f'4f524 , V -f V' fwffl-fe , ' A XI gl W- ,N990 . .j::u.,- A . 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