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

 - Class of 1952

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Bartholme Glenn Comstock William Crandall Marian Grieshaw Dr. C. W. Hordusky Janet LeFevre Paul Lyons Charles Rockwood Hobart Shreve Al Wiggers Vice President nr:nl1'ATloN A , The 1952 Anvil is dedicated to the 1951 football squad in appreciation of the fine season that they had. OUR PRINCIPAL MR HUDSUN TABLE OF CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION SENIORS UNDER CLASSMEN SPORTS ACTIVITES MUSIC DEPT DRAMATICS ADVERTISEMENTS i iii f what 0iYo'r'U-90075 ,p.MfmE llkbunuimigikmikimm it., Joseph Bates B. S. Marian Eades B. S. Schgol: School: New york State College Edinboro State College Subject: Subject! Industrial Arts Aft Grace Bowman R. N. School: Memorial Hospital School of Nursing Cumberland, Maryland School Nurse Albert Cerutti B. S. School: Dequesne University Subject: Music Paul J. Mclnerney B. S. School: University of Pittsburgh Subjects: Mathematics Chemistry Biology Physics Carl Henry B. S. Schools: Pennsylvania State College Edinboro State College Subjects: History Health Asst. Coach ff"""1b Flora Inman Schools: Pennsylvania State College Grove City College Edinboro State College Subjects: Science Guidance Russell Brant B. S. M. A. School: Indiana State College Edinboro State College University of Pittsburgh Subjects: Physical Education Gym RussellC. Palmer B. S. School: Beckley College Elizabethtown College Subjects: Typing I, II Shorthand I, II Omar Menoher B. S. School: Pennsylvania State College Subject: Agriculture Barbara B. Baldwin B. A. School: Edinboro State College Arizona State College Western Reserve University Subjects: Jr. Business Training Business English Distributive Economics P. O. D. Virginia F. Michel A. B. School: Pennsylvania State College Subjects: Latin I, II French I, II English III Clara Durbin B. S. School: Wooster College Slippery Rock State College Edinboro State College University of Pittsburgh Subjects: History II English II Journalism Beth Smiley A. B. School: Allegheny College Subjects: English I, IV H.. V Hkaknw - "" , - .'- - -' w ji. Zelah T. Reynolds School: Edinboro State College Subjects: Mathematics Health Alice Yankosky B. S. School: Edinboro State College Pennsylvania State College Subjects: General Home Economics Neva Parker B. S. School: Edinboro State College University of Pittsburgh Subjects: American History Civics 4'5" : H? 'gl W .Q . ,Vvk , Q I an 5, N my Liga., f Olga C . Sammons ' School: Edinboro State College Subjects: Geography Health Piazza School: Edinboro State College New York University Subjects: English 'N-- " 4... ' W li. Anna L. Wilsted B. S. School: Edinboro State College Pennsylvania State College Duke University Subjects: Mathematics 1+ N . ' u DOOR OF THE FUTUQE W , j S im' Glass 0. IVIUDRE-U Ronald Harris Hobby- Football Ambition-To be success- ful Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3 Pre-Phy-Chem 3 Student Council 1, 2 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Anvil Staff 4 Class Play 3 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 Sadie Megat Hobby-Sunny and Horses Ambition-Stenographer Twirler 1, 2 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Girls Chorus 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1 Gerald Laird Hobby-Building models Ambition-Be a pilot Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 2 Pre-Phy-Chem 3 Latin and French 2 Mixed Chorus 2, 4 Anvil Staff 4 Voice Staff 4 Minstrel 4 Senior Clas Play 4 Baseball 2 Joyce Combs Hobby-Roller skating, Bowling Ambition-Stenographer Twirlers 1, 2, 3, 4 Majorette 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Girls Chorus 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 Senior Class Play 4 Student Council 2 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Football Queen 4 1 fun 'ix C arole Turner Hobby - Souvenier s Ambition- Secretary Y-Teens 2 Student Council 2 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3 Charles Thorne Hobby-Sleeping Ambition-To be a doctor Student Council 2, 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 Pre-Phy-Chem 3 Anvil Staff 4 Senior Class Play 4 Shirley Platt Hobby-Gerald and Driving Ambition-Secretary Twirlers 1, 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 Voice Staff 4 Anvil Staff 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1 Senior Class Play 4 Jerry Venard Hobby-Skating Ambition-To be a suc- cess Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 Anvil Staff 4 Pre-Phy-Chem 3 I ack Venard Hobby-Skating and Drivin K Ambition-To be success- ful Basketball 1 Anvil Staff 4 Voice Staff 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Minstrel 4 Hi-Y 2 Janet Martin Hobby-Horseback riding Ambition-To be success ful Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Voice Staff 4 Anvil Staff 4 . Twirlers 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 3, 4 Senior Class Play 4 Eric Gay Hobby-Carpenter Ambition-Aeronautics Punxsutawney 1 Cambridge, Ohio 2, 3 Football 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3 Senior Class Play 4 Anvil Staff 4 Eleanor Musiek Hobby - Skating Ambition-To be success- ful Twirlers 1, 2, 3, 4 F.H.A. 1,2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Senior Class Play 4 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 F. F. A. Queen 3 Anvil Staff 4 X L' 4 J' ,df 6- es 4.1" fl, P Barbara Michel Hobby-Skating and .Tack Ambition- Foreign lang- uage teacher Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Anvil Staff 4 Voice Staff 4 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Review Staff 1 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4 Wilmer Laird Hobby-Woodcraft Ambition-To have the finer things of life Voice Staff 4 Anvil Staff 4 Chorus 1, 4 Football 1 Minstrel 4 Elvarene Ryan Hobby-Flash pictures Ambition-To be a woman Class Play 3 Twirlers 1 Minstrel 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 3, 4 Girl's Chorus 3, 4 Neil Stone Hobby-Sports Ambition-To be success- ful Student Council 3, 4 Latin and French 2 Hi-Y 2 Baseball 1, 2 Football 2, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Anvil Staff 4 Voice Staff 4 Thomas Layden Hobby -Billards A mb ition- Undecided Basketball 2, 3, 4 Football 3, 4 Baseball 3, 4 Hi-Y 1, 2 Pre-Phy-Chem 3 Anvil Staff 4 Chorus 4 Minstrel 4 Roberta Moore Hobby-Skating and I im Ambition-To be success- ful F. H.A. 1, 2, 4 Anvil Staff 4 Girls' Chorus 4 Mixed Chorus 4 F. F.A. Queen 4 William Schlak Hobby-Hunting Ambition-Be a success at anything Latin Club 2, 3 Pre-Phy-Chem 3 Class Play 3, 4 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 Voice Staff 4 Anvll Staff 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Alice Shreve Hobby-Reading and Music Ambition-Nurse Latin Club 2 Pre-Phy-Chem 3 F. H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Anvil Staff 4 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3 Girls Chorus 1, 2, 3 Student Council 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 40 Mary Ann Maguire Hobby-Gardening Ambition-To be a suc- cess for Christ F. H.A. 1 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 Senior Class Play 4 Bruce Pieper Hobby-Sports Ambition-To make lots of money F. F. A. 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 2, 3,4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Pre-Phy-Chem 3 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 Anvil Staff 4 Julia Zajac Hobby-Dancing and Base ball Ambition-To be success- ful Anvil Staff 4 Inter-class Volleyball 3, 4 Inter-class Basketball 2 Richard Moore Hobby-Playing in a Band AI'KlbltlOI1-T0 be SUCCG SS- ful in life Basketball 1, 2 Football 4 Hi-Y 2, 3 Latin Club 2 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 Student Council 3 Senior Class Play 4 Pre-Phy-Chem 3 Voice Staff 4 Anvil Staff 4 James Watts Hobby-Building models Ambition-Be a State Trooper Football 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Voice Staff 4 Class Play 3 Marjory Sedmina Hobby-Raising house plants and reading Ambition-To make my dream come true Y-Teen 2, 3, 4 Student Council 3 F. H. A. 4 Pre-Phy-Chem 3 Anvil Staff 4 Latin Club 2 Olen Seidler Hobby-Sports Manager Ambition-To be a suc- cess Student manager 3, 4 Band 4 F. F.A. 1 Janet Vanderpool Hobby-Playing piano Ambition-To do the will of my God Y-Teens 2, 3 F. H. A. 2 Chorus 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Senior Class Play 4 Franc is Layden Hobby -Basketball Ambition-Nurse Y-Teen 3, 4 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2 Girls' Chorus 1, 3 Latin Club 1 Class Play 3, 4 Minstrel 2, 3 Voice Staff 4 Pre-Phy-Chem 3 Richard Trojak Hobby-Hunting and skating Ambition-To be a suc- cess Class Play 3, 4 Voice Staff 4 Anvil Staff 4 Alice Smith Hobby-Drawing Ambition-To be an art designer Anvil Staff 4 Art Club 4 Charles Mosher Hobby-Playing at dances Ambition-Being a big success Football 1 Basketball 1 Robert Allen Hobby-Fishing and Hunting Ambition-To become a draftsman Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1 Basketball 1 Anvil Staff 4 Pre-Phy-Chem 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Mary Ann Howland Hobby -Cooking Ambition-Stenographer Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Class Play 3, 4 Voice Staff 4 Student Council 4 Twirlers 1 Charles Goodman Hobby-Drawing and Skating and Girls Ambition-To be success- ful in business Anvil Staff 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Voice Staff 4 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 2 Dora Geer Hobby-Skating Ambition-Secretary Inter-class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Inter-class Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4 Alice Campbell Hobby-Salt and Pepper Shakers Ambition-To be success- ful Mixed Chorus 2, 3 Girls Chorus 2, 3 Minstrel 2, 3 Edwin Courtright Hobby-Skating Ambition-To be success- ful Football 1 Senior Class Play 4 Anvil Staff 4 Margaret Chapin Hobby-Writing Jack letters and Skating Ambition-To be a suc- cess Girls' Chorus 1, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4 Anvil Staff 4 Minstrel 3 Voice Staff 4 Donald Edwards Hobby-Playing sports Ambition-To be a farmer F. F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 F. F. A. basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Frank Haskins Hobby-Monkeying around Ambition-To be a good father Basketball 1, 2, 3 Football 1, 2, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 3, 4 Anvil Staff 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Voice Staff 4 Nancy Long Hobby-Salt and Pepper Shakers Ambition-Stenographer Twirler 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 1, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Chorus 1,2, 3, 4 Ronald Maryott Hobby-Sports Ambition- Farmer F. F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 F. F. A. Basketball 1, 2, a, 4 Football 2, 3,4 Baseball 3,4 Anabel Rockwood Hobby-Skating Ambition-To be success- ful Anvil Staff 4 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Art 4 10, if! Loretta Kozy Hobby-Singing Ambition-To be able to direct choirs Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Twirler 1 F. H. A. 1, 2 Latin Club 2 Girls' Chorus 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Don Wayne Venard Hobby-Playing the Steel Guitar Ambition-Be a manager of a store Hi-Y 2 Pre-Phy-Chem 3 Chorus 3, 4 Minstrel 3, 4 Voice Staff 4 Anvil Staff 4 Janice Wells Hobby-Music Ambition-Christian Housewife Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4 John Parkin Hobby-Watching TV Ambition-To succeed Basketball 1, 2, 4 Volleyball 4 Inter-class basketball 3 Robert Barton Hobby-To find out what makes things tick Ambition-To be a suc- cessful farmer F. F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Virginia Morris Hobby-Reading, Art, and Skating Ambition-Nurse Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 F. I-LA. 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 3 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 Pre-Phy-Chem 3 Anvil Staff 4 Art 1, 2, 3, 4 Mural 4 Harold Butler Hobby-Teasing the girls Ambition-To go to col- lege F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 4 Class Play 3 Student Council 4 Pre-Phy-Chem 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 2, 3, 4 Lucille Hegner Hobby-Music and Reading Ambition-To be a doctor F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Senior Class Play 4 Minstrel 3, 4 Latin Club 2 1 ,S 3 . if C . 'Z- K. 'X Dorothy Hordusky Hobby-Collecting pen- nants Ambition-Be a dietition F. H. A. 1 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Pre-Phy-Chem 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 4 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 4 Eugene Rowland Hobby-Roller Skating Ambition-To become a politician Pre-Phy-Chem 3 Hobby Club 4 Anvil Staff 4 Voice Staff 4 Jeanne Goodwin Hobby-Skating and writing to Lloyd Ambition-Nurse F. I-LA. 1,2, 3, 4 Girls' Chorus 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Minstrel 4 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Senior Class Play 4 Band 4 Pre-Phy-Chem 3 Anvil Staff 4 Joseph Kowalski Hobby-Sports Ambition-To be a suc- cess Football 3, 4 Basketball Manager 4 Anvil Staff 4 F. F.A. 1 F. F. A. Basketball 1 Baseball 3, 4 Roger Bisbee Hobby-Driving the KN., Qw- Mary Lavor Hobby-Sewing and writing to Ed Ambition-To do Model A Ambition-Pilot Hi-Y 1, 2 Minstrel 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Anvil Staff 4 Mixed Chorus 3, 4 . office work F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4 Girls' Chorus 1, 3, 4 Minstrel 3, 4 Anvil Staff 4 Class Play 4 Above are shots of the prom presented by the Class of 1952 Class Will To Our Underclassmen: Lives of great Seniors all remind us We can make our lives sublime, And, departing leave behind us Footprints on the sands of time. Footprints that perhaps another, Sailing through U. C. H. 's happy main, A forlorn and shipwrecked brother Seeing, shall take heart again. ---Class of '52 JACK VENARD leaves his witty remarks to anyone who wants them. RONALD HARRIS leaves his center position on the football team to Jim Thomas. SUNNY THORNE leaves his talent on the saxaphone to Carol Beale. MARY ANN MAGUIRE leaves her flirty eyes to any bashful fellow who needs them. JULIA ZAJAC wills her long ride to school to Laura Lou Thorne. JERRY VENARD sadly leaves his curly hair to Felix Rinehart. GERALD LAIRD leaves his ability to get up early to Charles Kuczaj. J ANICE WELLS bestows her singing voice to some talented freshman. ROBERTA MOORE leaves her black hair to Beverlie St. John. ROBERT ALLEN leaves his women luring to Herb Mosher. BOB BARTON leaves his terrific potent right to Charles Squires. ALICE CAMPBELL wills her ways to keep a man to Sally Turner. SADIE MEGAT leaves her false teeth to Bob Alford if he can find them at the bottom of Canadohta Lake. ELVARENE RYAN leaves her bad temper to some poor little juniorg maybe Virginia Fisk. JIM WATTS leaves his managers job to anyone who can stomach it. NEIL STONE bequeaths his way with Mrs. Wilsted to Beth Magee. JOYCE COMBS leaves her infactuating smile to Helen Peck. CAROL TURNER leaves her job at Wagman's to Ellen Rice. SHIRLEY PLATT leaves her collection of drivers permits to Sue Erskine. BRUCE PEIPER leaves his trips to Corry to Ward Bliley. HAROLD BUTLER leaves his racy glasses to anyone who can fill them. MARY LAVOR leaves her dieting to Shirley Bickerstaff. DONALD EDWARDS leaves his racket in the F. F. A. to Larry Peard. ELEANOR MUSIEK to Virginia Harrison leaves her love of eating. GENE ROWLAND leaves his journalism workbook to some poor junior. MARY ANN HOWLAND leaves her shorthand tablet to anybody that needs it. FRANNI LAYDEN leaves her flashy shoes to Elaine Forbes. RICHARD TROJAK to Jim Turner leaves his way with the girls. DON WAYNE VENARD leaves his first three periods in the morning in Mrs. Baldwin's room to some junior. JANET VANDERPOOL leaves her shortness to Clara Parker. JOE KOWALSIQ leaves his ability to play tittle-winks to Ronald Chesley. CHARLES GOODMAN wills his part-time job at A's and J's to Earl Griffith. RONALD MARYOTT bequests his quiet ways to Bill Gillett. MARJORIE SEDMINA leaves her long hair to Carolyn Butler. ALICE SHREVE leaves her clarinet to Rae Maryott. MARGARET CHAPINS wills acertain fellow to a certain sophomore girl. J. C ROGER BISBEE leaves his hilarious ways to Jane LeSuer. BILL SCHLAK leaves his Chevy to Clyde Short. DICK MOORE leaves his long legs to Shirley Hoyt in hope that she'll use them better than he did. THOM LAYDEN leaves his caveman physique to Harold Sexton. FRANK HASKINS leaves his ten beautiful girlfriends to Hugh Francis. ALICE SMITH leaves her art ability to Rudy Wojetki. NANCY LONG lends her lankiness to Mary Porter. CHUCK MOSHER to Happy Wright leaves his ability to find the right girl. JANET MARTIN leaves her lovely legs to Rosie Shellito. BARBARA MICHEL leaves her cheerleading position to Ruthie Griffith. VIRGINIA MORRIS leaves her quietness to Jewel Kimmy. WILMER LAIRD leaves his position in the Naval Reserves to anybody who is crazy enough to join. ED COURTRIGHT leaves Corry women to the first person that says they trust them. ANABEL ROCKWOOD leaves her drivers license to the state cops. JEANNE GOODWIN leaves her silly giggle to Pat Carniewski. DORA GEER bestows her quiet way to Betty Ryan. JOHN PARKIN leaves his basketball ability to Dick Holland. OLEN SEIDLER leaves his temper to Jack Kamppi. ERIC GAY wills his slimness to Alford Clark. DOROTHY HORDUSKY leaves her driver's license to any girl that won't side- swipe every thing on the road between here and Florida. LUCILLE HEGNAR leaves her bright smile to Donna Brown. LORETTA KOZY leaves her dark hair to Connie Alexander. Class Prophecy Who's Who in 1972 As we gaze into the sky and read our future there inthe stars we see a beauti- ful wedding taking place in the Little Church Around the Boulder. Coming down the aisle we see the bride, Eleanor Musiek in a beautiful calico feedbag with a bouquet of skunk cabbage. Beside her is the groom, Gene Rowland. They will make their future home on Hanging Rock where they will start their own little printing press. Alice Shreve has taken over Las Karis Confectionary Store. Employed by her is John Parkin and Alice Smith. Alice doesall the art work for advertising while John puts cherries on sundaes. The most famous movie star on screen and radio is none other than our great classmate, Bill Schlak. He has taken the place of the Great Caruso. He has just introduced the hottest song of the year "Love Is Fire". James Watts has taken the place of Groucho Marx on television. His stars, Richard Trojack and Janice Wells, do acrobatic stunts between interviews of con- testants who compete against each other for the jackpot prize of tripleedge Neveredge Razor Blades which is the product of that famous tycoon, Harold Butler. Carole Turner and Elvarene Ryan are modeling fur lined bathing suits. The latest thing for Polar Bear Clubs. Our engaged gal of '52, Alice Campbell, now a mother of ten, runs a little grocery store with Shirley Platt, on the corner of Times Square. Jean Goodwin is now seen in the headlines, as she and her private detectives, better lmown as Flatfoot Failures, just solved the case of the Squeaking Door. It was an open and shut case. Have you seen Olen Seidler and his wife, formerly Mary Lavor. They have the newest and most modern laundry business in the world. They use Tide the new washday miracle. If you want the cleanest wash in town bring your clothes to them. Robert Barton has the newest and most modern pig farm on Route ill just north of Union City. So if you want a modern pork chop, call Barton's. Have you heard of the new famous dress designer? Charles Goodman has the newest and biggest fashion shoppe in Little Cooley. Jerry Venard and his wife, Joyce Combs, are running a rocket ship every other week to the moon. Please bring back some green cheese, if there is ever a next time. Robert Allen, now back in Texas is punching cattle. He has a new method of doing it. He punches them with a fork. Dorothy Hordusky and her husband, Joe Kowalski, are now residing in Bererly Valley, California. It is said that Kowalski's have the best All American Girls Limping Team of the year. After being stranded on a desert island for two months, Virginia Morris and Don Wayne Venard are slowly paddling toward shore. While Virginia does all the paddling toward shore, Don Wayne plays "Little Slow Poke" on his steel guitar. Bruce Pieper has taken the place of the famous Al Jolson. The latest hit tune he put on sale is "Muddy Mississippi". Good luck, Bruce. - Ronald Harris and Neil Stone, Gerald Laird, still playing the same old game of football are now playing in the large stadium in Naples, Italy. Their motto is "We win or we lose for good old do-rae-me." It is said each has an estimated amount of S10, 000 after each game they win or lose. Recently returning from the most dense Africa, the little round church on the corner is very happy to have as their speakers, Loretta Kozy, Janet Vanderpool, and Lucile Hegnar, each of these girls have been in Africa for the past five years teaching the natives new ways. Eric Gay and his secretary Dora Geer are now trying to flee from the U. S. after a series of bank hold-ups. With them is his handy boy Pete Roger Bisbee. They are flying with two hundred million dollars counterfeit money. Julia Zazac and Mary Ann Howland can nowbe seen in their latest movie, The House With No Door. Leading man and director is Edwin Courtright who is trying to find a door for the girls. Barbara Michel for president, Michel for president. These famous words have been echoed over the years by her newsboy husband Jack Venard. This year 1972, under the supervision of her agent Majory Sedmina, Barbara won. President of the Street Cleaners Society under the direction of Annabel Rockwood of Streets and Highways, Inc. Nancy Long recently bought Alice gl .Toe's Lunch. Her chef is Frank Haskins. Stop in and see Nan's Hash House. Has all over hours of the day or night. Recently divorced is Charles Mosher, ex-heavy weight boxer, from his famous dancing wife, Margaret Chapin, who has been married five times before. Margaret will soon marry Wilmer Laird, the millionaire lingera. Donald Edwards just returned from France. His business was to distribute hair oils to all the lands. This was given to him by Majory Sedmina and Annabel Rockwood. Mary Ann Maguire is the headpopping waitress at Long's Pop-Pop Beanery. So pop in sometime when you don't have anything else to do. Tom Layden can always be found at Julia Zajac's all time of the night. Tom, is it the job she has, the money, or her mother's cooking? Let us guess. Majorie Sedmina and her husband, Charles Thorne, can be found anytime at all in Alaska. They are trying to improve his business selling skis and ice skates. 9 o1 RAPO,r ANTI- Semen, SOCIETY. . ml , X Qllnfuhienafcllalggnlrugnu JUNIUR CLASS MR. MUINERNEY 1st Row: Violet Gray, Betty Beezub, Marjorie Barber, Mr. Mclnreney, Marjorie Cross, Norma Campbell, Shirley Bickerstaff. 2nd Row: Physill Cosilla, Jean Chundriek, Betty Barnes, Maryetta Anderson, Virginia Garrison, Pat Carniewski, Susan Erskine, Dorothy Harnak, Shirley Hoyt. 3rd Row: David Allen, Hughie Frances, Ronald Chesley, Robert Alford, Robert Coldwell, Richard Hurlbert, Earl Giffith, Virginia Fisk, Glenna Hicks. Absent from picture Richard Steadmen, Donna Brown, Martha Hurlbert. President ...... .... C harles Kuczaz Vice-President .......... .... .T ack Kamppi Secretary and Treasurer .... .... B etty Ryan Student Council ..... . . .Alice Lapec Clyde Short JUNIOR CLASS r A A A f MISS PARKER lst Row: Clara Parker, Sara Jane Phister, Sally Turner, Carmine McGahen, Jane LeSuer, Miss Parker, Beth Megee, Robert Seath, Betty Ryan, Charles Kuczaz. 2nd Row: Margaret Kerr, Irma Jean Shontz, Helen Peck, Virginia Robinson, Alice Lapec, Dalmar Wright, Raymond Rhodes, Harold Sexton, Clyde Short, Charles Squires. 3rd Row: Fexlis Reinhart, Bob Whittaker, Richard Cochran, Theron Earll, .Tack Kamppi, Herbert Mosher, Albert Wiggars, Kenneth Sherman, Karl Sedminia, Orville Smith. The first activity of the Junior Class was a hayride on September 19. Forty of the students attended and they had wieners and pop, and also a good time. There was a skating party scheduled for October, but it was cancelled. At our class party on November the 8 there was a big crowd. We played volley ball and had refreshments. In December the class had a Christmas dance called, "The Yule Hop". There was a big crowd and Mr. Cerutti and his band furnished the music. In January we planned a sleigh ride, but it had to be cancelled becausethere wasn'tany snow. On February 6 the class had a square dance and the Pennsylvania Nighthawks furnished the music. Refreshments were served, and everyone had a good time. When you read this we hope to have had these events occur: A Penny Carnival in March, an April Foo1's party in April, in May a prom and banquet, and in June our class picnic. Q , 4 n Q A A lst Row: Ruby Jane Steadman, Mary Porter, Beverly St. John, Mrs. Wilsted, Jewel Kimmy, Rae Maryott, Martha Jordan, Edward Shuster. 2nd Row: Donald Mosher, Robert Seath, Larry Peard, Alice Shamp, Richard McGuire, James Thomas, James Turner, John Shreve, Joseph Zajac. 3rd Row: Ellsworth Shade, Norman Troyer, Frank Pollock, Howard Phelps, Keith Williams, Walter Hordusky, Richard Holland, James Lilley, Melvin Weilacher, Kenneth Williamson. President ..... .... K eith Williams Vice-President ......... .... R uth Griffith Secretary and Treasurer .... .... P hylls Hamilton Student Council ......... .... L arry Peard Carol Beale 0PHOMORE lst Row: Marion Chundrlek, Elsie Gross, Jean Clark, Elaine Forbes, Mrs. Michael, Alberta Estes, Martha Gross, Francis Hanlin, Marvin Hurlburt. 2nd Row: Cecile Gregory, R uth Griffith, Phyllis Hamilton, C ar ol Beale, C h a r 1 ot t e Comstock, Judy Fisk, Margaret Church, R o n a 1 d Drayer, Richard Butler, Bob Bogardus. 3rd Row: Robert Bennett, Arthur Allen, Max Dugaw, Harold Drayer, Richard Brown, Kenneth Barstow, John Dudas, Leon Balczon, Dick Clark, Douglas Barnes. Q5 ' ,, ma y MW iii' -F l 1 W E gp X .- X ' lf' im I . tk X 3 , i'fQ.f' ,i 1 fx X f 'ML ' M FRESIIMEN 1st Row: Judith Soety, Marjorie Peel, Mona Watts, Joann Platt, Patricia Mulvin, Miss Inman, Sylvia Nielsen, Carolyn Williams. Elizabeth Rowland, William Sturdevant, Fred Sutter. 2nd Row: Rudy Wojtecki, Rose Shellito, Dorothy Mead, Marilyn Robinson, Cynthia Whitaker, Marjorie Risinger, Shirley Recher, Ellen Rice, Diane McGahen, Shirley Tarbell, Joy Parker, Winnie Woods, Walter Polack. 3rd Row: Richard Manross, James Smith, Roger Troyer, Frank Wienczkowski, Peter Michael, Gilbert Rowland, Rexford Seidler, William Lyons, David Riggs, Mervin Troyer, Donald Vanderpool, Richard Michaelson, Richard Parker. , Q - A Q Q Q lst Row: Florance Layden, Judith Allen, Connie Alexander, Donna Bisbee, Mary Jane Courtright, Maxine Daley, Mrs. Baldwin, Pat Lapek, Carol Jacobs, Andre Hanes, Jean Barstow, Stanley Allen. 2nd Row: Mary Conner, Virginia Lilley, Margaret Hurlburt, Janic e Burns, Barbara Hanlin, Cecila Gregory, Ann Barber, Betty Chase, Pat Kowalski, Joan Bennett, Bill Conover, Gordon Hanlin, Dick Clark, Miller Campbell. EIGIITII GRADE President .................. ..,...... E dward Burger Vice-President ............. ..... J erry Schlak Secretary and Treasurer .... . . . Janet Comstock Student Council ............. .... A llen Sexton 3 A - l 4'- 1st Row: Shirley Beezub, Loralee Jones, Kathrine Carney, Donna Campbell, Mrs Piazza, Karen Hatch, Joan Gibbons, Helen Fisk, Janice Carroll, Carolyn Butler . 2nd Row: .Ton Barnes, Janet Comstock, Carole Drayer, Shirley Duke, Mary Lou Kerr, Mary Jane Gilliam, Maris Goodwill, Merle Ann Clark, Marjorie Hall, Edward Burger, Valentine Kuczaj. 3rd Row: Harold Brown, Robert Curtis, Donald Brumagin, Howard Hegner, Merle Adams, Wayne Kerr, John Frontier, LeRoy Gross, Wilson Kerby, Lowell Hamilton, Fred Fisk. f Q - A A 1st Row: Myrtle Weed, David Lyons, Reginard Lilley, James Watson, Gordon Miller, Mrs. Sammons, Richard Mulvin, Paul Zajac, George Mosher, Dail White, Alan Sexton. 2nd Row: Gerald Miller, Theresa Polack, Betty Reynolds, Carolyn Martin, Nilas Rowland, Delores Pratt, Joanne Troyer, Carolyn Thomas, Carolyn Tucker, Lora Lou Thorne, Robert Rimpa, Richard Phelps. 3rd Row: James Woods, Paul Robinson, Gerry Schlak, Basil Zafiropolis, Ernest Simpson, Clarence Thomas, Robert Patton, Charles Martin, Howard Polack, Gary Troyer, Harold Murkle, Larry Mosher, Roger Robinson. SEVENTH GRADE President .............. ...... J oan Magee Vice President ........... . . . Wanda Musiek Secretary and Treasurer .... ..... J anet Sexton Student Council ......... .... L evert Bennett - I5 A nn - lst Row: Richard Barnes, Lavern Hurlburt, John Johnston, Jack Magee, Joan Magee, Geraldine Carniewski, Mr. Henry, Beatrice Blauser, Joyce Estes, Martha Lindsley, Barbara Lindsley, Marilyn Leonard, Marjorie Johnson, Janet Johnson. 2nd Row: Earle Magee, Cres Lyons, Rodger Hordusky, Noreen Hanlin, Jill Bartholme, Martha Alfred, Patricia Fitzgerald, Judy Hayward, Alice Burger, Martha Clark, Martha Courtright, Martha Holder, Mildred Fontera, Paula Hulings, Carol Laughery, Sally Lupton. 3rd Row: James Layden, Edward Breed, Alfred Chesley, Ronald Bowen, Robert Gregory, David Brooks, Lyman Bennett, Ted Hanes, Paul Culver, Ernest Babcock, Rose Carniewski, Nancy Lasher, Carol Malec, Charlotte LeSuer. .IA A A, Fm 1stRow: Alta Jean Rodgers, Richard Riggs, Jon Loring Thorne, Janet Sexton, Jacqueline Schulze, Doris Robinson, Gladness Waid, Beverly Roberts, Sylvia Squire, Sandra Rowland, Maxine Watts, Shirely Weed, Wanda Musiek, Mary Vanderpool, Ethel McGuire. 2nd Row: William Spencer, Irene Soety, Darlene Shontz, Janet Smith, Lettiejean Rupp, Luella Waite, Mrs. Reynolds, Thomas McGuire, Alfred Rekitt, Roberta Morris, Donna DeYoe, Gladys Parker, Patricia 3rd Row: Robert Palmer, Raymond Mosher, Micolas Peterson, Charles Smith, William Spencer, Keith Stienbaugh, Larry Miller, Raymond Squire, Bruce Smith, Kenneth Pierce, Larry Robbins, James Smith, Carl Sabol. 4- Jr 7Clfv-5,Y!.fm-Qfwo WML gdidw' "mag 'QP Za-ff F' E 4 iwxcg 54 MM 5 :fl SX gg QD eifwwfwr WW 6 ww M WMM NW X 332455 U X MJ QQQQW1 5 f W! I 121 Y i. wi Yam. I xt 2 Q iff? at i' Richardson, caught with his pants down. Shirley Hoyt. Group of Steady Seniors The boys at Erie, and Griffith Which Deer does he like best. Corner Dinor Kids Some of the boys Chaperones Jimmy Watson Assembly Toot Laird-what was in the bottle Elvarene 9 VN X X gm? efiaff X cm ffm W P JG, f GGZQZZ I Q J f FUUTBALL SQUAD 1st Row: Norm Troyer, Dick Cochran, Tom Layden, Neil Stone, Bruce Pieper, Eric Gay, Karl Sedmina, .Tess Allen, Ken Merkel, DickMcGuire. 2nd Row: Don Vanderpool, Ron Harris, Joe Kowalski, Ron Maryott, .Tim Watts, Howard Phelps, Don Clark, Al Clark, Theron Earll, Earl Griffith, Ronald Chesley. 3rd Row: Assistant Coach Carl Henry, .Tim Thomas, Frank Wienkowski, Ellsworth Shade, R e X Seidler, B ill Gillett, R o n a l d Goodwin, .T o h n Michaelson, Frank Pollock, Levert Hamilton, Art Steves, Doug Barnes, Eddie Shuster, Head Coach Russell Brant. The Union City High School eleven compiled one of the finest records in the history of the school during the 1951 season. This team was the first in over a decade to win more than they lost and it was only the fourth team in Union City History to chalk up more victories than defeats. Four members of the Bear squad, Karl Sedmina, Bruce Pieper, Tom Layden, and .Toe Kowalski, were chosen to the all-county first team. Ron Harris and Al Clark were given second team positions while Eric Gay, Ron Maryott, Neil Stone, and Earl Griffith received honorable mention. Pieper captured the Minor League scoring championship as he rolled up 56 markers. Opponents THEY September 9 Sheffield away 0 September 15 C. Springs home 6 September 22 Harborcreek away fnightj 6 September 29 Wesleyville away 27 October 5 Corry away Cnightj 28 October 12 Conneautville away 12 October 19 Edinboro home 7 October 26 Waterford away O November 2 Fairview home 26 Pie Union Ci: We Pe' P8003 ji 0 JG! Inn - 1:0ef'iQvQ 0' J . 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',-'H ',.-.-,. - In' ug x wxnxshlhung gairxqcafrlld Sigue. Aepvr the league ra agu ford e 33 wiuz,-ing eel fyevff, L. ww" ' U ter th ue sc the . vw"-all -'v "'.--'iw' n"7v1 . uss Brants Bears Wa ed Cel or m . in WH' Cn.'....f Un Ma Cn, Am.- A ave 'lopped thlee ot' tive puffs, me mxfxues inxsq. tl' Q3:3Q,,,Lodo.E35e0fGQ20.1 cw-Q-Skgm, independent tests thus tal: 3 f'iep2'kt.gW' S10 4 ig, q, E r3yf,1s-P,,1n':,,0n'U.-ichN-, Cen All-County Pie-of-r raced on Pned wot' 1 1'.2:Exf-A-,.,. 'ELK' wdf..w"" tackle hitting pay dirt from 2Q oPe bl' " I, -2-g'ifEd1x':2,ml'u'cl:L..' E Ki and 35 yards out and scam- A W Q, LN-'5aeU0,yCj.h1":f" Byflzufa Dered around end for another six- Fayrlf of . - -ff. 1 - 1. - A ' A off 'aa BP25- Phftfl- d' pointer: Fullback Ron M-:ryott Xu.'AQQ,h3vn,nx,gxxrf Shxngwmgrtofd nod st banged over from the 20 and 'q,n",w' Sw - x0 te ve 'nfl . Y fd a, dl End Torn Leyden r-In 50 yards Cnuurtef giwvnqne Wahfdfougardst and the lin-sl Bear score .mer qua uch on 4 3. Niwff kiwi. taking A short pass from Neil 3 :PKC Cgpveyafignah in 03 saggy Stone. iv ,gs 1 60 the WC 'al' H , . . -v W 1 Dick Johnson participated in iwjve od Wrcame nlnignia rn' both Indian rallies. slashing oft deg eriepegm sweep I ',,-1"'11u::g., tackle tor -25 yards and hitting xand Pa W hi en wrff-A R,',.iL End Duane Burkholder with Q qtenfqd vids. F4,--j..-A-j,.h,.h5,,.Q strike in the end zone from the 51-0" -ya 15 .- -K-'?,rf"1, 40 .-ty'4,.- L -' N,,,n 'IQ 01 QK.4..'..,-'LG'-."..--A.ln an fs:"'.S'f'i' L Wa? .1 ' 'S-111'-1 fe 1 5:2515-rilf I . ... . ....... . ,dn wk RE-4. bm, Pu ijysah 1 RLix.',jQ . V, f -xg H I .... ....... C..... ....... PII, Y I 0" ' 55,325,111 . ...... 5,3 ........... QEQN mf. x.,Y""'w.n- ar ...... . .... . ......,..... u 5" ' 1- , U- -F- Lnyden .... ....R.E. ..... Burkholdgr g:1"',,r 'Zn Cl .ff-'Z-n'l'R:rd Stone.. . CLon11 'ptpvi ' -' -'CW' C115 V' xv' ..... VU. Vx. ,W ., K Pleper ..... .. L. ll ......... Johnson yv' ,ol Cd ,,,s- inf' ,VN W Nl' 1. wx 'll U U- !-lferkel .ILH ........... Baker Meinlx ,140 . L C0AU" lil!-1r.rott ......... F ........... 5 .Rhodes XUQTOHC uwuiap. ,s. 'r cp .,...... 1 , , vg 1 Co'nl?:nu?lgaIlry .... if 510 6 ',XWgt,b'fn Mt Union City 7'DNMnr,rott. Plfper 4. N Llyden. PATNPI-per lrum Ilnm frunl. Merkel trunl. Haskins rrunl. guzh ffalnsl. Connenut 7'D,Jolmson. UP 0 ML sblilXl fvlhcff' Ill. Wages Sgdeggfnl. glZlllp:.,7,'?I::ea,:1:1 fVnlleJ'NAb5o1t. R Davenport, .illn- ,-lek. Kardlosh. Jim-1-lr, Chuan, D Dur- fcnporl, lfrlmer, A1-carlo. . -R' vw w '- sex" vw. 4. Ba' I X ?h"WA .' Unk 1 ,dn-. 1axw'v.L5'x 1 3 . gk' pf vgnrifm GUM. , N E rf" 11 lunx Y-PHAR. on .p- ni ,ek X -,xa:9'Xf:7fiT:v:'L Xe" Jess Allen Ron Maryott Linebacker Fullback Theron Earll Tackle Ron Harris Bruce Pieper Center Halfback wen, QA '3 ,, -I -5,5 by Tom Layden Neil Stone End Quarterback J oe Kowalski Guard Eric Gay .Tim Watts End Halfback VARSITY . I 6 1st Row: Neil Stone, Olen Seilder Student Manager, Gerald Laird. 2nd Row: Eric Gay, Jack Kampii, Bruce Pieper, Tom Layden. 3rd Row: Jim Watts Manager, Howard Phelps, Dick Cochran, Theron Earll, Joseph Kowalski Manager. Bruce Pieper led the Bears in scoring this year with 329 points. Neil Stone was second with 265 while Gerald Laird was third with 111. Pieper made the all-county first team while Stone was chosen for the second team. UC OPP UC OPP 51 Wattsburg 68 45 Wesleyville 57 41 East 48 49 Alumni 57 32 Wattsburg 54 48 Law. Prk. 56 36 Edinboro 50 66 Bloomfield 49 41 Corry 60 48 N. East 51 27 East 68 46 Girard 48 51 Edinboro 56 58 Albion 55 38 Corry 47 46 Harborcreek 59 45 N. East 49 48 Wesleyville 53 43 Girard 41 50 Cambridge 66 43 Albion 67 52 Cambridge 51 28 Harbor. 61 52 Law. Prk. 51 The Bears won 4 and lost 20 for the year. Union City tallied 1070 points while their opponents were scoring 1321 tallies. Z' li S JUNIOR VARSITY 053 1st Row: Dug Barnes, Joseph Kowalski Manager, Ellsworth Sheade 2nd Row: Dick Meguirs, Ronald Drayer, Lowell Hanliton, Bill Whittaker 3rd Row: Fred Fisk, Hugh Francies, Keith Williams, Homer Brown. Above are snaps of varsity basketball contests. JUNIUR HIGH 1st Row: Edward Burger, Richard Barn Manager, Mervin Troyer. 2nd Row: Dick Phelps, Donald Vanderpool, Bill Lyons, Lowell Hamilton 3rd Row: Donald Clark, David Riggs, Gilbert Rowland, Dick Michaelson Rex Seilder. it fi -H Above are snaps of the varsity basketball contests. .......I DCNQK H- -'N i v 7? 'lu ACKEVHKHQS I HITLITES lst Row: Ruby Steadman, Sally Turner, Shirley Hoyt, Sadie Megat, Mrs. Sammons Shirley Platt, Ray Maryott, Jean Goodwin. 2nd Row: Joyce Combs, Martha Jordan, Judy Fisk, Jean Clark, Elsie Gross Beverly St. John, Janet Martin, Mary Ann Howland, Lucille Hegner, Loretta Kozy Helen Peck. 3rd Row: Cecilbelle Gregory, Mary Porter, Carole Beale, Ruth Griffith, Virginia Fisk, Virginia Harrison, Susan Erskine, Dorothy Hordusky, Mary Lavor, Frances Layden, Barbara Michael, Alice Sherve, Judy Kimmy. ANNUAL STAFF z i A A , - 1 - lst Row: Frank Haskins, Roger Bisbee, Margaret Chapin, Janet Martin, Eleanor Musick, Bruce Pieper, Ronald Harris, Mr. Mclnerney, Sunny Thorne, Hugh Francis, Donald Venard, Jean Goodwin, Virginia Morris, Barbara Michel. 2nd Row: Tharen Earll, Dick Cochran, Alice Lapec, Alice Shreve, Alice Smith, Anabelle Rockwood, Julia Zajac, Betty Barnes, Jane LaSuer, Carman McGahan, Mary Lavor, Dorothy Hordusky, Marjorie Sedmina, Eric Gay, Thom Layden. 3rd Row: Charles Goodman, Eugene Rowland, Felix Reichart, Wilmer Laird, Jack Venard, Neil Stone, Jerry Venard, Gerald Laird, Richard Trojak, Bill Schlak, Earl Griffith, Edwin Courtwright, Dick Moore, Bob Allen, Jack Kampi. HUBBY l'Ll'H i First Row: Marjorie Barber, Irma Jean Shontz, Dorothy Harnak, Norma Campbell, Mr. Mclnerney, Violet Gray, Shirley Bickerstaff, Francis Hanlin, Edward Shuster. Second Row: Betty Beezub, Mary Porter, Tharen Earll, Alice Lapec, Ginger Robinson, Carl Sedmina, Clyde Short, Alfred Clark, Larry Peard. Third Row: Maryetta Anderson, Betty Barnes, Richard Cochran, Raymond Rhodes, Eugene Rowland, Herbert Mosher, Richard Steadmen, Robert Caldwell, Hugh Francis, Albert Wiggers. F. H. A. U00 First Row: Sylvia Nelson, Roberta Moore, Nancy Long, Sara Pfister, Eleanor Musiek, Maxine Dailey, Mary Courtright, Mona Watts, Mrs. Yankowski, Alice Shreve, Joan Platt, Judy Soety, Pat Kowlaski, Carolyn Jacobs, Florence Layden, Virginia Lilley. Second Row: Carolyn Williams, Elaine Forbes, Ray Maryott, Mary Porter, Cecilia Gregory, Jean Clark, Ruth Griffith, Carol Beale, Shirely Rear, Janice Burns, Margaret Hurbert, Shirley Tarbell, Barbara Hanlin, Cecilia Gregory. Third Row: Cynithia Whittaker, Ellen Rice, Winnie Woods, Charlotte Comstock, Alice Shamp, Marjory Sedminia, Jean Goodwin, Mary Lavor, Virginia Morris, Norma Campbell, Betty Barnes, Pat Lapek, Virginia Fisk, Jean Barstow, Mary Walford. SENIIIIK l'HliI'Illl.IiAlJEIlS Frances Layden, Ruth Griffith, Sally Turner, Sara Pfister, Beverly St. John, Barbara Michel. Jl'NI0ll CHI'Il'IRLliAlJERS Maxine Watts, Judy Soety, Carolyn Thomas, Janet Sexton, Ellen Rice and Lora Lou Thorne. 1 5' lst Row: Richard Butler, Larry Peard, Harold Butler, Mr. Menoher, Ronald Maryott, Clyde Short, Frank Pollock. 2nd Row: Stanley Allen, Fred Sutler, William Sturder, Mervin Troyer, Melvin Weilacher, David Allen, Gorden Hanlin, Joseph Zajac, Walter Palock. 3rd Row: Normon Troyer, Kenneth Williamson, Richard Hegner, James Smith, Kenneth Shermon, Karl Sedminia, Donald Edwards, Roger Troyer, Robert Barton. By winning on the vegetable and booth exhibits and the project contest Union City won the sweepstakes at the Wattsburg Fair for the third successive year. The basketball squad entered the Sunday School league in town this year. In January, eight men and Mr. Menoher went to the Pennsylvania Farm Show at Harrisburg. With the help of the Home National Bank the chapter purchased two purebred beef cattle. They were given to Frank Pollock. He will return two hiefer calves as soon as possible. The club also purchased six pure-bred sheep which were given to Larry Peard and Clyde Short. Several fellows won in the state project contest. This enabled Union City to take sixth place in the entire state. Picture shows presentation of beef calves to Frank Pollock. VOICE STAFF haf-4, 1st Row: Frances Layden, Neil Stone, Miss Clara Durbin, Harold Seyton, Barbara Michel, Mary Howland. 2nd Row: Wilmer Laird, Donald Venard, Janet Martin, Margaret Chapin, Bill Schlak, Dick Moore, Richard Trojak. 3rd Row: Charles Goodman, James Watts, John Dudas, Clyde Short, Gerald Laird, Jack Venard, Gene Rowland, Frank Haskins. Absent from picture: Shirley Platt. The school paper was finally revived after an absence of four years. The paper was given a new name, THE VOICE, and was printed monthly by the members of the journalism class. When this went to press, plans were being made for the class to attend the annual high school newspaper conference at Penn. State College the weekend of April 26. To secure fimds for this trip, cards were sold, a movie was presented in assembly, and programs were sold at the home basketball games. S'I'l'llI'IN'l' f0l'Nl'IL 1'-"5' Top Row L to R -- Alan Sexton, Levert Benet, Alice Lapec, Miss Smiley, Rudy Woejecki, Clyde Short, Neil Stone. Bottom Row L to R -- Carol Beale, Mary Ann Howland, Harold Butler, Larry Peard, Ellen Rice. mu, IW., ll 'VIH' '1 "HI 'IWHI"'IIlIIml'lIIIll'IIo IHIIIIIHIIII I A QW! xlrlggglylg w 9 M ,.uwr1uw-N, ' U "U H""""'1r ml4pw"'m,, W,,m1nllI 0 1,W,,ylw 0 lu O ,WH IWIYIXIRI H w ',,,,m t H ew, H K H .w umlm v1.,.,. M Yvwr .,,,H,,, 4,,,. mr4r.,.f r,N Ylxlx IWIHMHI Wlxvxlxv HW kxxlvx Mmm! Q 9 Ann? I952 BAND V lst row Left to Right William Sturdevant, Joan Magee, John Barnes, Gordan Hanlin, Richard Riggs, Trease Pollock, Janet Sexton, Ted Haines, Valentine Kuczaj, Carolyn Butler, Lora Lou Thorne, Janice Carrol, Reginald Lilly. 2nd row Left to Right Rae Maryott, Carol Beale, Virginia Harrison, Alice Shreve, Betty Barnes, Maryetta Anderson, Joy Parker, Beth Magee, Richard Barnes, Sally Turner, John Frontera, Roger Hordusky, Ed Burger, Richard Butler. 3rd row Left to Right Felix Reichart, Mary Lee Walford, Don Vanderpool, Gilbert Rowland, Bill Gregory, William Lyons, Frances Layden, Jack Kamppi, David Riggs, Alan Sexton, Larry Mosher, Diane McGhan, Ronald Chesley, Arthur Allen. 4th row Left to Right John Shreve, Dorothy Hordusky, William Gillette, Ronald Harris, Theron Earll, Hugh Francis, Walter Hordusky, Charles Thorne, Harold Drayer. LOWER BRASS Standing, Left to Right Donald Vanderpool, Joy Parker, Bill Gillett, Mary Lee Waliord, Beth Magee. Sitting, Left to Right M a r y e tt a Anderson, Richard Butler, Betty Barnes, Joan Magee, Gilbert Rowland. THUMPETEERS Left Row, Front to Rear Richard Riggs, John Barnes, Richard Barnes, Arthur Allen, Felix Reinhart. Right Row, Front to Rear. John Frontera, Diane McGhan, Bill Lyons, Hugh Francis. CLAIIINISTS First Row, Left to Right Frances Layden, Alice Shreve, Ronald Chesley, Allen Sexton. Second Row, Left to Right Sally Turner, Virginia Harrison, Rae Maryott, Terease Pollock. Third Row, Left to Right: Harold Drayer, Janice Carroll, Charles Mosher, Go r d o n Hanlin, Reginald Lilly. llIll'DlSi Left to R ight .Tack Kamppi, David Riggs, Theron Earll, .Tohn Shreve, William Sturdevant, Ronald Harris. SAXAPHUNES Standing Left to Right Roger Hordusky, Ed Burgher, William Gregory, Walter Hordusky, Charles Thorn, Carol Beale, Carolyn Butler, Valentine Kujac. Sitting Left to Right Janet Sexton, Dorothy Hordusky, Lora Lou Thorne. The twirlers are left to right: Betty Ryan, Janet Martain, Elenor Musiek, Nancy Long, Janet Comstock, Shirley Platt, Donna Brown, and Jewel Kimmey. They have accompanied the band on all their trips out of town and the home football games. Their captain, Joyce Combs, was elected football queen by the 1951 football team. Five of them, Janet Martain, Elenor Musiek, Nancy Long, Shirley Platt, and Jgyce Combs will graduate this yfar. 'Q viii f?CL I , rw v , J X'BQrA 7 qK-if sf Lk JFTN f' -' MIPL-f f 1 ..,,2-ixfxf .IiA .U SUUR NUTES of QP 99 Q! 'Q I .- 'J 5 f 1 ff. MIXED l'HORl'S . --443 lst row Left to Right Loretta Kozy, Virginia Fisk, Eleanor Musiek, Shirley Hoyt, Sally Turner, Mary Porter, James Watts, Wilmer Laird, Ronald Chesley, Jean Chenderlek, Janet Vander- pool, Sara Pfister, Helen Peck, Virginia Morris, Virginia Harrison, Shirley Platt, Sadie Megat. 2nd row Left to Right Ruth Griffith, Mary Ann Maguire, Janice Wells, Lucille Hegner, Joyce Combs, Bruce Pieper, Richard Brown, Alfred Clark, Richard Cochran, Delmar Wright, Larry Peard, Clara Parker, Elsie Gross, Betty Barnes, Mary Lavor, Alice Lapek, Dorothy Hordusky, Charles Goodman. 3rd row Left to Right Elverene Ryan, Carol Turner, Jane LeSuer, Carmine McGahen, Nancy Long, BettyRyan, Susan Erskine, Judith Fisk, Ma 'tha Jordan, Charles Thorne, Gerald Laird, Harold Drayer, Arthur Allen, Dougles Barnes, Arthur Stever, Frank Haskins, Roger Bisbee. 4th row Left to Right Beth Magee, Cecil Belle Gregory, Martha Gross, Roberta Moore, Jean Goodwin, Margaret Chapin, William Schoak, Don Wayne Venard, Jack Venard, Jerry Venard, Eric Gay, Ronald Harris, Felix Reichart, Theron Earll, Tom Layden, Richard Moore, Albert Wiggers. ,, Q CA X1 BUYS 1'HORl'S 1st row left to right: Arthur Allen, Wilmer Laird, James Watts, Ronald Chewley, Delmer Wri ht 2nd iow left to right: Gerald Laird, Albert Wiggers, Roger Bisbee, Alferd Clark, Arthur Steves, Doglass Barnes, Larry Peard. 3rd row left to right: Charles Goodman, Charles Thorne, Dom Venard, Jack Venard, Jerry Venard, Harold Drayer, Richard Brown, Ronald Harris. 4th row left to right: William Schlak, Bruce Pieper, Thomas Layden, Eric Gay, Theron Earll, Richard Moore, Felix Reichard, Frank Haskins, Richard Cockron. 6 6 0 0 mnns funnrs lst row left to right: Beth Magee, Ruth Griffith, Eleanor Musiek, Shirley Hoyt, Sally Turner, Sarah Phister, Helen Peck, Sadie Megat, Janet Vanderpool. 2nd row left to right: Loretta Kozy, Martha Gross, Mary Porter, Jane LaSuer, Carmen MacCahen, Nancy Long, Virginia Fisk, Virginia Harrison, Virginia Morris. 3rd row left to right: Shirly Platt, Jean Goodwin, Margaret Chapin, Elvarine Ryan, Carol Turne, Lucille Hagner, Martha Jordan, Susan Erskine, Betty Ryan, Elsie Gross. 4th row left to right: Elsie Gregory, Roberta Moore, Janice Wells, Mary Ann Maguire, Joyce Combs, Jean Chunderlik, Judy Fisk, Mary LaVor, Betty Barnes, Alice Lapec, Dorouthy Hordusky, Clara Parker. MR. ALBERT CERUTTI He has been the music director at U.C.H.S. for six years. Since his arrival he haslbuilt our band from seven to fifty-six active members. SA LLY TURNER Sally is a juniorthis year and has played in the band for five years. She is the first person to play the newly purchased bass clarinet. 4 . . JOYCE COMBS She is the president of the "Twirlers C1ub" and has been an active member for five years. She plans to teach twirling after she graduates. THE TRUMPET TRIO The trumpet trio consists of Felix Reichart, Diane McGhan, and Hugh Francis. They have played in con- certs at Edinboro, Albion, and Union City. We are looking forward to seeing them next year. films WIN ,.. XX Class Plays .J Xf- J gap, Q S .J I M17 C.M'G0ll! SENIUII PLAY Seated from left to right: Bill Schlak, Eleanor Musiek, Barbara Michel, Alice Shreve, Mary Ann Howland, Mary Ann Maguire. Standing from left to right: Frances Layden, Rogar Bisbee, Charles Thorne, Gerald Laird, Eric Gay, Dick Moore, Mrs. Rosalyn Piazza, Director. Seated on piano from left to right: .Te anne Goodwin, Shirley Platt, Janet Martin, Joyce Combs. ' "SING FUI! Y0l'll Sl'l'Plill" fllAlilAl'TERS Mr. Piper .... Mrs. Piper . . . Susan . . . Laurette .... Pinky . . . .Toanie . . . Ranny . . . Biff . . . Marilee ................. Stephen Foster Brown .... Ramona ...... Teddy Topper .... Stacy ..... Barbie .... Ellie .... Peggy . . . Kay . . . Bill Schlak .... Frances Layden . . Mary Ann Howland Barbara Michel . . Eleanor Musiek . . Alice Shreve .... Gerald Laird .... Roger Bisbee Mary Lavor ..... Sunny Thorne .... Mary Ann McGuire Eric Gay ......... Dick Moore . . . Joyce Combs .... Shirley Platt .... Jean Goodwin .... Janet Martin .... . . .who thinks he's boss . .who knows she is . . . . . . . their sensible daughter . . .... their frivolous daughter . . .... their youngest daughter . . . . . . a bobby-sox girl . . . . Laurette's boy-friend . . . . Joanie's boy-friend . . . . a beautiful. blonde . . . a young musician . . . . . .the maid . . . a columnist . . . ...aphotographer of the bobby-sox brigade Director ...... Mrs. Rosaline Mineo Piazza. Jl'NI0l7l fLASS PLAY Seated from left to right: Albert Wiggers, Beth Magee, Clyde Short, Delmar Wright. Standing from left to right: Pat Carniewski, Susan Erskine, Virginia Harrison, Sally Turner. "0l'll HEARTS Wlillli Y0l'Nli AND GAY' ill' PHARAFTERS Steward ..... Mrs. Skinner ....... Cornelia Otis Skinner Otis Skinner ....... Emily Kimbrough . . . Purser .... . . . Stewardess Dick Winters .... Admiral ........ Harriet St. John .... Winifred Blaugh .... Leo McEvoy. . . Inspector .... Therese ..... Madame Elise ....... Monsieur De La Croix Window Cleaner . . . Delmar Wright . . Betty Barnes .... Beth Magee ..... Earl Griffith .... Sally Turner .... Ken Sherman .... Alice Lapec . . . Albert Wiggers . . Raymond Rhodes Virginia Harrison Susan Erskine . . . Clyde Short .... Pat Carniewski. . Jane LeSeur .... Norma Campbell Felix Reichart . . Ken Sherman .... . . . who doesn't understand young girls . . . . who is exquisitely refined who is usually acting out little scenes for herself . . . . . .witty but dignified man . . . . conservative and rather shy . . . .who barks orders . . grim and businesslike "wiseguy" . . . . . . .makes a good impression on passengers . . . . . matter-of-fact and cheery crisp andbreezy . . "eager-beaver" .. .super-efficient and sharp-eyed . . . . pretty and doll-like . . . .... efficient and garrulous ..........whoisaham . . . friendly and talkative Director.. . . Mrs. Rosaline Mineo Piazza we .rn K or .4 Ag ,,. 'JZ ,N A .. 2 I. '3 X K . JZ," sv: M 1 K? , 6' x X xx . Q - ,Q ZW 1 2 3 4 5 6. Rice gl Thorne Kinda sleepy, boys? Hugh was sure high Basketball game Loverboys Carpenter Seidler fPinkyb Nice Tree Trunk, huh! "Stomach" Turner Sunny Thorne Our Queen Varsity boys at surprise party. Bruce is 183 lick him boys SENIOR CLASS 0l"l"ll'ERS PRESIDE NT .................. Ronald Harris VICE PRESIDENT ................. .... S unny Thorne SECRETARY AND TREASURER ..... STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS ..... Carole Turner . . . . Harold Butler Mary Howland Neil Stone CLASS MOTTO-We will find a way or make one. CLASS COLORS-Blue and Gold. CLASS FLOWER-Yellow Rose. Junior-Senior Banquet Date- Place - Speakers- Junior Prom Date- Place- Orchestra- Senior Trip Date- Place - Baccalaureate Date- Speakers- Class Night Date- Speakers- Commencement Date- Speakers- CALENDAR SPHINIL SEPTEMBER 4--Well it is back to school for everyone and they all seem happy about it. SEPTEMBER 5--Classes begin today. Just think only 179 days left of school. SEPTEMBER 6--Everyone likes our new principal, Mr. Hudson. SEPTEMBER 7--Tomorrow we start our football season out with Sheffield. It's a home game. SE PTEMBER 10- -We had an easy win over Sheffield 41-0. SEPTEMBER 11--Starting to get a little home work to do now. SEPTEMBER 12--We have 8 periods now. The last one being 20 min. SEPTEMBER 13--Class officers were chosen today. SEPTEMBER 14- -We play our second game of the season today with Cam- bridge Springs. SEPTEMBER 17--Harrah! We beat Cambridge 7-6. Nice going fellows. SEPTEMBER 18- -Tommy Layden was late for school again today. SEPTEMBER 19--Another test in Plane Geometry. Seems there never is an end. SEPTEMBER 20- SEPTEMBER 21- -Physics class got their first experiments for this year. -Had pep meeting, we play Harborcreek today. SEPTEMBER 24--Everyone is excited today. We beat Harborcreek 14-6. The fellows SEPTEMBER 25- are doing very nice. -Band doing a good job this year. Out to our home games with a good showing. SEPTEMBER 26- SEPTEMBER 27- SEPTEMBER 28- tomorrow. SEPTEMBER 29- -Eric Gay late for school again today. -Anvil Staff was selected today. -Assembly and pep meeting today. We play Wesleyville -First month of school gone. OCTOBER 1--Gloomy day we lost to Wesleyville 19-27. OCTOBER 2--Tommy Layden late for school again. OCTOBER 3--More experiments in Physics. Not much going on. OCTOBER 4--Everyone getting prepared for the snake dance tonight before the Corry game. OCTOBER 5--Everyone had fun at the snake dance last night. Had a pep meeting. OCTOBER 8--A blue Monday. We lost to Corry 6-28. OCTOBER 9--Have you seen Pete Bisbee's new car? "WOW, " OCTOBER 10--What certain senior boy does Sally Turner have a crush on? It's still a mystery. OCTOBER 11- - OCTOBER 16-- vacation. OCTOBER 17-- OCTOBER 18-- OCTOBER 19-- OCTOBER 22-- OCTOBER 23-- OCTOBER 24- Oh, boy, teachers institute tomorrow. I-Iarrahl We beat Conneautville 41-12. Back from a little Special Assembly today. Band doing a little drill work today for the game tomorrow. Pep meeting. We play Edinboro today. Nice going fellows. We beat Edinboro 19-6. Everyone working hard because the 6 weeks are up today. -We'll have to congratulate Tom Layden. He'hasn't been late for a whole week. OCTOBER 25-- OCTOBER 26-- OCTOBER 29-- OCTOBER 30-- OCTOBER 31-- Band out drilling again today. They are doing a nice job this year. We play Waterford today. Bad day we got our report cards. Happy day. We beat Waterford Fri. 18-0. in We are now tied for first place in our league. Don't forget your excuse if you're going hunting tomorrow NOVEMBER 1--Lots of kids out for hunting. NOVEMBER 2--Pep meeting. Everyone excited because we play Fairview who are tied with us for first place. . f NOVEMBER 5--We lost to Fairview 7-26. Nice going anyway fellows. NOVEMBER 6--We had a pretty good football team this year. NOVEMBER 7--Nothing exciting happened today. NOVEMBER NOVEMBER 9 NOVEMBER NOVEMBER 1 NOVEMBER NOVEMBER 1 3- 12 14 -Another test in Plane Geometry today. -Special Assembly. --Snowing out today. More fun. --Juniors putting on a Square Dance. --The Juniors dance went over with a bang. --More experiments in Physics. NOVEMBER 16--Football boys off to Pittsburgh. NOVEMBER 19--The way the football players tell us, we missed a good foot- ball game last Saturday. NOVEMBER 20--Seniors talking of their class trip. NOVEMBER 21--Everyone excited, we got out at 2:30 and don't come back till Monday. NOVEMBER 26--Everyone full of pep after their vacation. All full of Turkey? NOVEMBER 27--Boy's in full swing in Basketball practices. NOVEMBER 28--Snowing again today. NOVEMBER 29--Anvil had another meeting. NOVEMBER 30--Bruce Pieper and Ronnie Harris are going to play in the allstar game. Good luck, fellows. DECEMBER 3--Let's all go to the first home game tomorrow. DECEMBER 4--Fellows what happened? We lost to Erie East. DECEMBER 5--Everyone is asking "Luke" what happened to all the points he was going to make? DECEMBER 6--We are all betting on the next basketball game. DECEMBER 7--We lost to Wattsburgh. DECEMBER 10--Everyone is sad when the week end is over. DECEMBER 11- -Edinboro defeated us. DECEMBER 12--The fellows must have had their minds onthe Edinboro girls. DECEMBER 13--Is everyone going to the game tomorrow night? DECEMBER 14--The girls in Corry must have an influence on Bruce. Corry beat us. DECEMBER 17--Good old snow is here again. DECEMBER 18--Erie East beat us. DECEMBER 19--No school on account of snow. DECEMBER 20--Back to school. Boy, is the school cold. DECEMBER 21--No school on account of snow, so vacation starts. MERRY CHRISTMAS a.nd HAPPY NEW YEAR. JANUARY 2--Everyone is a little tired from New Year's Eve. We lost to Corry. JANUARY 3- -A certain teacher got hoock over vacation. Congraduation. JANUARY 4--No basketball game. JANUARY '7--That is some coat Mr. Cerrutti has on today. JANUARY 8--Nothing much except North East beat us today. JANUARY 9--In English class Virginia Harrison said she was getting married next week. She likes to tell small fibs. JANUARY 10-- JANUARY 11 JANUARY 14-- JANUARY 15-- tonight. JANUARY 16-- JANUARY 17-- The seniors are counting their money for their trip. Let's see a big crowd at the game. We play Girard. We lost our game again. If enough kids buy bus tickets they'll have a bus to the game It's at Albion. Nothing happened today. It's a wonder Luke had any jeep left. The way he drives . Everybody watch out. JANUARY 18-- JANUARY 21 JANUARY 22-- JANUARY 23-- JANUARY 24-- We play Harborcreek away. We lost last Friday. Nothing exciting. We play Wesleyville at home tonight. Nothing happened today. We have a good journalism class this year. They put out a school paper called the Voice. JANUARY 25-- JANUARY 28-- Open game tonight. The six weeks is almost up. So all the kids are starting to worry. JANUARY 29--Don't forget the game tonight. Lawrence Park at home. JANUARY 30--Another Blue Wed. We lost last night. JANUARY 31--Well the end of Jan. Just think one month closer to summer vacation. FEBRUARY 1--We play Bloomfield home. FEBRUARY 4--Well it looks like we'll have more snow. FEBRUARY 5--I hope all of you are going to the game tonight. North East home. FEBRUARY 6--All the fellows are happy because this is Leap Year. FEBRUARY 7--The Juniors have ordered their class rings and are waiting for them. FEBRUARY 8--No one seems to buy bus tickets to the basketball games. What is the matter? UNION CITY, EP Q53 ap to wonder why a new suit to re- old stand-by, then 'h government ls eral and state 'lve you the are painful 'ddltlon you local taxes and local rd of all rents, ther ln- 81500. taxes 8331.- and take take ...lu see some of the shine he typo at recep- Unlon City hae 'ne topics of the the wake of the station WICU ln some sec- eported good ptlon while 'eport that 'ecelve the of their 'ew days er from sordlnl 1 sta- wat- will about Hos- octors alm a .ts and .e the is and sent to .'s Char- tral Ave., ge license at Blakes- .lucllle Ed- an applica- by Burkett Bernadlne Veterans' 'd that lt 952 na- dlvl- ' 'HOD 'A CITIZEN OF 'ever-f'sr'ae: THE YEAR frame l-'ffm C lm Omar Menoher. popular Voca- tional Agriculture teacher of the Union Clty Jolnt Schools, was voted the 'jCttlzen of the Year", by the Lions Club of Union City. Mr. Men- oher came to Union City ln 1946 and established the first Vocational Agriculture Department Ior the school system. Each year his boys have made exceptional records in the state and in the past year the Agriculture Department placed first ln Erle County and sixth ln the State Project Contest. Mr. Menoher has been helping the boys 'become better farmers and good' cltluans. It has been a pop- ular saylng within the system that when any building or repairing needs to be done, "send for Men- oher." He ls to 'be complimented on abe- ing the ambassador of good be- tween the town and the local farm- ing comm-unity, During the war Menoher was a Lieutenant ln the United States Naval Air Force for 4 years. He was land based in Guadalcanal: later he served avboard the Yorktown car- rler in the Phlllpplnes and- Toyko area. A short time ago he was ad- vanced to the rank of Lieutenant Commander ln the Naval Reserve. Menoher leads a very busy life teaching and supervising his Ag- riculture Department, attending classes at Pennsylvania State Col- lege, completing a Master's degree, and flying with the Naval Reserve. In addition to his pride in his ag- riculture boys, he is prouder of his attractive wife, Thelma, and their two children, Lynn Ann and Bill. Syrup Nl"'ers Near F- ' fy PRACTICE TEACHING IN LOCAL HI SCHOOL Edward A. Kell, an ellb' 'ter student ln Agri'- 'tion at Pennsv' all repor' State's f Cance Set At So. !R0lll'l'St"llfilflVf'S Nortllwostorn Counties Hola' von Moot At f Springs. Representatives ccunty Northwes the American C a-t a noon lur the Riverside Springs. to I 1952 Fund underway I four weeks The lur M. Whl lCancer western L. Crawford. Cla. Lawrence. Venang countless Leo F. Gerber, executive of the Pennsylvania Dlvislon American Cancer Crusade, ' prlnclpal speaker and outl details of planning and out the annual drlve. 880,000 has been set fr sion. The Erle County r , resented at the mee' 'l". Blerbach, Camr Attorney Wendell Chalrman, 'Mrs County Comm' 'l Charles E. Ml Dressing Serv Dr. Mllton dent of P lege, is se' man lor tl. ,hopes to raise the State Ito com. GISC. . .' In armouncllw' pomtmengfox ' fslon egypt- - said. "Wig, have '- mm reg-x ln thx" 5-1 'W Dlvlslol - working, 1 llreed ' efforts ta salde over Universal-6, manufactl' room 1 fl: A -Q.-. a 91? M, 5 1. SJ t r Compllment I U N I O N C I T Y COOPERATIVE ASSO. SERVICE WITH A SMILE" W Phone B3 en reign sm I E I Co Q tulations t Class of 1051 A Sz P TEA COMPANY JAMES LOWES ,'I.m.lg1-r UNION CITV, PA Compliments of GLENN FUNERAL HOM Mark C. Glenn Ambulance Servo UNION CITY. 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Phone 357-R V 1 Ulu-1 ll'ill'l1ll'N l'1l"" I' ' Hull-s mul H1-l'x'im We Extend Our Congratulations and Sincere Best Wishes for the Future for the Graduating Class of 1952. YORK 81 FOSTER, In Union City, Pennsylvania Nl:uluf:u-tln'n-rs of lllw-zllifzlstHmnllzlllallPilu'111'Nlli1r-s :unl l'l1:1il's. C Compliments of PEASE GROCERY Groceries - Meats AIKENS' STORE Groceries Meats Produce 8 Market Street Union City, Pa. Compliments of HOPKIN'S Red and White Superette Complete Line of Groceries, Meats, Vegetables Phone 339 1 98 E. High St. BOSS 81 WHIPPLE MFG. CO. Manufacturers of Wood Handles and Specialties Union City, Pa. Compliments of JOHN REJZER Beverages Phone 113-W 17 Market Street Union City, Pa. W. M. SMITH Coal and Coke Gasoline and Oils 11 West High Street Union City, Pa. 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SPENCER We delivc Thurs., Fri, and Sai, PHONE 112-W Compliments of M. J. GILMORE JEWELER Diamonds - Watches - Gifts UNION CITV, PA. Best Wishes BLOSS DRUGS Walgreen Agency UNION CITY PA Compliments of PERRY S. MILLER RELIABLE HOME FURNISHING CO., INC 1213-1219 State St. ERIE, PA. Compliment: of MIDDLE'I'0N'S C"m"""'M's 0' HARDWARE HOTEL CONGDON 37 North Main Street Edith - Howard Deedrick Protect what You H With What We Have SWEET INSURANCE WHEN IN connv KIP'S SODA BAR AGENCY JOHN W. GATES ,ce C,.,,,m Oldest Agency In Erie County F t in S i L h tt UNION CITY, PA. LUPTON'S BAKERY phone 330 Compliments of HOFFMAN'S 26 North Main Street UNION CITY PA Glass - Wallpaper - Pllfll UNION CITY, PA ELECTRIC RANGES - RADIO' REFRIGERATORS NORGE - PHILCO HOME FREEZER! MAYTAG WASHER! Ind IRONERB GEORGE T. MICHAEL Electrical Applllncol Phono 114-M 6 Mala Street UNION CITY, PA. Compliments of PALACE THEATER umou crrv PA Eat it Compliments of ALICE and J 0E'S KING's BARBER sHoP LUNCH Wm- KING A Good Place Across from High School To Egg Complimenu of McGILL SHOPPE LAYDEN 'S RESTAURANT Ladies' and CIlIIdren's R dy to Wear 52 North Main Street UNION CITY, PA. lmnpllnu-nlf ul 'I'In MODEL DAIRY COMPANY C . W, Sincere Compliments of "THE CORNERETTEH RUTH AND AL Groceries - Meats - Confectionery Atlantlc Gas - OII - Accessories 134 8. MAIN UNION CITY Compliments of CLARK'S SHOE STORE Congrats to Ciass of '51 Compliments of W. W. WATERHOUSE CORRV, PA R. L. SHADE 85 SON WHOLESALE 'rmss Lee and General Exide Batteries 24-HOUR WRECKEFI SERVICE Complime ts f "HER SPOT 0 I T0 SHOP" '91-foPt' CORRV PA Compliments of UNION SERVICE CO. 3 Titusville Road UNION CITY, PA. FROM - - . .l - to 7952" YV1- Halm- l'Illjny1-ml Nvrving U. C. H. S. Students LASKARIS You Are Always W A! the UNION CITY DINOR UNION cvrv, PA Compliments of MEERDINK'S FURNITURE STORE CORRY, FA. KING'S DRESS SHOP Quality for Less 38 S. MAIN STREET MEN'S FURNISHINGS W. L. LEWIS ny 'rue Rive "Drop ln" BARACH'S HOME FURNITURE CO. Phone 37283 13 souzh Ce mer su Q connv PA 1 I -' 1i' LQIT' I " ' QUALITY and QUANTITY in QUENCIIERS Tull. sparkling, and brimming will: Humor-lh:ul's our sup:-rll xnflus. 'l'hvp'rv pq-rfvrl blvnds of Ihr snumllu--l of in- rn-ums . . . Ihr finrsl of flavor: . . . llu' liu-lival uf rarbnnulvd wa- le-rs. Enjoy um- lmlny for a pirk up lhul wun'l Irl you down. . ,Lx Q.- :ld ' U M 7 1 f 'V f H - fC f y' ff! XM If 4. 9 y - . ROOT APPLIANCES 8 East Main Street CORRY. PA. Better Known Appliances FRIGIDAIRE - MAYTAG BLACKSTONE - PHILCO Better Service Complnments of HAYES GROCERY CLARENCE and MARGARET HAYES Phone 355-M -- ' , - f ,, , ,, 66 North Main St. T 1 PHONE 443 UNION C Y, PENNA. I Compliments of R. F. YOUNG HARDWARE UNION CITV, PA. ECOMA ICE CREAM Got tha best-get Sealtast l':I'i4'f'1lIll!f'Y Milk .Xss ' 0l'l1lIi0ll -'- l"l'i1' P1 Compliments of National Bank of Union City Union City. Pennsylvania Compliments of MRS. C. D. SMITH 1ParIor Groceryy Phone 66-W UNION CITY, PA. Complimenis of CONGDON BARBER SHOP F. W. BARBER, Prop. I if-9 gg, MM A c JAM, Ur ,BW-'-'S--, - f VW! , Y -,U llm,,4,,,. V Compliments of 'f p,M,Qg UNION CITY DRY CLEANERS 30 South Main Street compliments of UNION CITY, PA H. L. MUSSER FUNERAL HOME TREATS Men's and Boys' Wear For Over a Century 817 MORSE 'S DRUG STORE The Rexall Store UNION CITY, PA DLATTMA MQW! LLIAMS KEYSTONE STATION 1 5. HIGH ST. pAong - 43 D. H. MCCLINTOCK WALLPAPER - PAINT - GLASS CONGOLEUM RUGS VENETIAN BLINDS Phone 380 Conqratulaiionl to the Clan of 1951 WONTENAY'S NEWS uNloN crrv, PA. I-'LOTIIING - IJUIINISIIINGS SHOES ANI! HATS P. A. Meyer 8. Sons Ritz Restaurant UNION CITY CORRY William mul M1II"Yf'IlII1l-V 'VIH' FIIIIIIIIIS l'r'lll1s,x'lx':1ni:1Fsmrlis I I I llofhu 1.s 1o -319-8:1 sms st. Erie, Pa. 0 QP Q6 - Y o Best of luck to the class of 1952 UNl0N COAL and SUPPLY C0. SOUTH MAIN STREET Union City, Pa. Lumber-Coal-Bui1der's Supplies F. C. CHAPIN In SON Women's Apparel Union City, Pa. "lill Ding" wishes you success through MULLEN BUILDINGS SUPPLY and WELLER COAL 85 SUPPLY 5 Market Street 31 Market Street Union City, Pa. Union City, Pa. Phone 338 Phone 52 Compliments of EASTMAN CHAIR COMPANY South Main Street Union City, Pa. WAGMAN 'S Always Your Store D ng and After School 51: to 31.00 4 - 6 North Main Street UNION CITY, PA We extend to the graduates of the 1952 class our very best wishes for continued success in your future endeavors. IYARCY TUDIO 27 WEST HIGH ST. UNION CITY, PA. 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