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

 - Class of 1954

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Cunningham, L. Peard, Y. McLain, C. Beale, R. McGuire, E. Shade Editor Ass't. Editor . . . Sports Editor . . Music Activities Editor Art Editor . ...............L.Peard . . . Y. McLain, M. Cunningham . . . . . A. Steves, D. Barnes Editor . .......... C. Beale . . . . M. Porter, N. Troyer ..........H.Drayer Sales .... ......,......... R . Maryott, M. Dugaw Advertising . . . . . H. Drayer, E. Shuster, E. Shade, R. McGuire Senior Will . . . . . . . . E. Foroes Senior Prophecy . . . . P. Hamilton Senior Activities . .......... K. Merkle Senior Who's Who . . . . . R. Steadman, E. Proper Senior Page . . . . . A. Estes, C. Gregory Faculty . . ............ E. Gross Calendar . . . . . C. Comstock, A. Sharnp 2 DEDICATION MR. WILLIAM CUUCII Although Mr. William Couch is one of the newest teachers here, he has already gained the respect and confidence of both faculty and stu- dent body. He is generally considered to be a junior high teacher but the help he has given to the school in general and especially the junior and senior classes in the production of their plays has been invaluable. So with this in mind we, the Class of 1954, are proud to dedicate this issue of the Anvil to Mr. William Couch. 3 UNION CITY JOIN'I' IIIGII ALMA MATEII Dear Alma Mater Fairest of Shrines, May lasting glory Forever be thine. Crowned with laurels of virtue, Decked in garlands so bright, We carry the banners Of the green and the whiteg We carry the banners Of the green and the white. Ever onward you struggle Til the goal has been gainedg And we as descendants Bear aloft that fair name. So rejoice in the glory, Praises to you we sing. Dear Union City. May thy fa.me never dimg Dear Union City, May thy fame never dim. Catherine Balas Class of 1943 4 TABLE of CONTENTS FACULTY and ADMINISTRATIUN SENIORS UNDERCLASSMEN MUSIC SPURTS ACTIVITIES ADVERTISING INDEX 3' ,,,g.Tf ' Mg bi ' ,gn E ima 2 IF X aa nv A :K N21 wx' Q! ' R ai , X XY 2299 ' B DMM TKKTNN ggi MK HEPEIQ5 1 s l X Z., X XE 00 00 A .998-'WL SUPERINTENDENT MR. DUNALD B.. HUDSON This is the third year Mr. Hudson has been associated with the Union City Schools and each year they have increased in size and impor- tance. As supervising principal both the high school and the grade school are under his direction. He has attended Juniata College and Duke University and has done graduate work at Penn. State, Northwestern University, and Columbia University. Mr. Hudson holds A. B. and M. A. degrees of education. PRINCIPAL 4 , I 4 4 l MR. FRED W. IIERLINGER Mr. Herlinger is one of the new members of the administration coming here from Bloom- field where he had been principz-il for seven years. He has attended the University of Pittsburg where he has attained B. S. and M.Ed. degrees. Aside from his duties as high school prin- cipal he has a mathematics class and super- vises some study halls. I BOARD of EDUCATION I I READING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Prof. D. B. Hudson, Mr. F. H. Bartholme, Dr. Harold Cooper, Mr. Charles Rockwood, Mr. William Crandall, Mrs. Margaret A. Campbell, Mr. Merle H. Sexton, Miss. Marian J. Greishaw, Mr. Paul Lyons, Mr. Albert Wiggers, Mr. Ernest Crooker, Mr. Hobart Shreve, Dr. C. W. Hordusky. Mr. Merle H. Sexton . . ..... President Dr. C. W. Hordusky . ...... Vice President Mr. William Crandall . ........ Treasurer Mrs. Margaret A. Campbell . . . . Secretary IO FACULTY BARBARA B. BALDWIN JOSEPH R. BATES Schools Attended. Edinboro Normal Arizona State Western Reserve New York University Subjects Taught: P.O.D. Office Practice Business English General Business Bookkeeping Consumers Economics Business Law GARY BLOK B.A. Schools Attended: Gannon Subjects Taught: History English RUSSELL L. BRANT B.S.. M. Ed. Schools Attended: Indiana State College Edlnboro State College University of Pittsburgh Subjects Taught: Physical Ed. Health WILLIAM COUCH A.B. Schools Attended: Penn. State Subjects Taught: English History Schools Attended: New York State College Subjects Taught: Industrial Arts BARBARA BOTTENHORN B.S. Schools Attended: Indiana State Mansfield State Subjects Taught: Home Economics A. CERUTTI M. Ed.. B.S. Schools Attended: Penn State Duquesne University Subjects Taught: Band Chorus Music ROBER TA CUTHBERTSON B.S. Schools Attended: Grove City College Edinboro State Subjects Taught: Mathematics General Math Algebra I, II Plane Geometry J' Tl FACULTY BARBARA DAVIS B.S. Schools Attended: Slippery Rock Subjects Taught: Health Physical Ed. O. FAIR B.S. Schools Attended: Indiana State Penn State Subjects Taught: Science PAUL MCINERNEY B.S. Schools Attended: University of Pitts. Subjects Taught: Biology Physics Pre-Flight OMAR MENOHER B.S., M.S. Schools Attended: Penn. Staten Subjects Taught: Agriculture CLARA DURBIN B.S. Schools Attended: Allegheny Wooster Slippery Rock Edinboro University of Pitts. Westminister Subjects Taught: Journalism Librarian Guidance Counselor CARL HENRY B.S. Schools Attended: Penn. State Edinboro State Subjects Taught: History GLENN MCKINNEY Jr B.S. Schools Attended: Edinboro State Subjects Taught: P.O.D. Drivers' Training Geography VIRGINIA MICHAEL A.B. Schools Attended: Penn. State Subjects Taught: French I, II Latin I, II English III 12 FACULTY R USSE LL PALMER B.S., M. Ed. Schools Attended: Elizabethtown University of Pittsburgh Subjects Taught: Typing I, II Shorthand I, II OLGA SAMMONS Schools Attended: Edinboro State Subjects Taught: Geography English MAR IAN STANLEY B.S., ART Ed. Schools Attended: Edinboro State Penn. State Subjects Taught: Art NEVA PARKER B.S. Schools Attended: Edinboro State University of Pittsburgh Subjects Taught: American History Pennsylvania History BETH SMILEY A.B. Schools Attended: Allegheny Subjects Taught: English I, II, IV MARY SZALL R.N. Schools Attended: Bradford Hospital Edinboro State Subjects Taught: School Nurse HARRY WISSINGER A.B., M. Ed. Schools Attended: Allegheny State Penn. State University of South California Subjects Taught: Arithmetic WHM5 N UNE? Y INCL O? IX cu Q " Lx? ET we 6,411 'Y ODSY OP X - TH Or X. Fig-N-E X 7 x GO O0 DQ,-yew. LEON JOHN BALCZON AMB IT ION Motorcycle Policeman HOB BY Motorcycling ACTIVITIES School Banking KENNETH BAR STOW AMBITION To be successful HOBBY Hunting, Baseball, Shooting Pool ACTIVITIES Baseball 3,4 Junior Class Play 3 School Banking 4 ROBERT BENNETT AMBITION To Graduate HOBBY Model Building Hunting ACTIVITIES Basketball 2,3,4 School Paper 3,4 R OBER T BOGAR DUS AMBITION To Quit School HOBBY Loafing Activities Junior Class Play 3 School Banking 4 CLASS of IQ54 I6 DOUGLAS BARNES AMBITION Athletic Director HOBBY Girls ACTIVITIES Baseball 1,2,3,4 Football 2,3,4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Hobby Club 2 Hi Y 2 CAR OL MAE BEALE AMBITION Good Teacher HOBBY Figuring out jokes ACTIVITIES Latin Club 2,3 French Club 3,4 District Band 3,4 Chorus 3, Student Council 1,2,3,4 Vice Pres. Sec. 4 F.H.A. l,2,3,4 Voice Staff Anvil Staff Class Play 4 WARD BLILEY AMBITION Aeronautical Engineer HOBBY Building and flying model airplanes ACTIVITIES Latin Club 2,3 Voice Staff 3,4 Pre-College Club 3,4 ETHEL BROWN AMBITION Lady Wrestler or Model HOBBY Collecting pictures of wrestlers and movie stars ACTIVITIES Chorus 1,2,3,4 F.H.A. 1.2,3.4 DONALD BUR GESS AMBITION To be a cop HOBBY Sports ACTIVITIES Basketball 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Football 4 Hi-Y 1, 2 Rifle Club 4 Band 2, 3, 4 Chorus 4 Photo Club 1, 2 Newspaper 2, 3 MAR ION CHUNDR LEK AMBITION Telephone Operator HOBBY Skating ACTIVITIES Chorus 1 Basketball 1 JEAN CLARK AMBITION To be a success HOBBY Roller Skating ACTIVITIES F.H.A. 1. 2, 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 RICHARD COCHR AN AMBITION To make a million HOBBY Sally and Sports ACTIVITIES Football 1, 2, 3 Baseball 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2 Hi-Y Vice Pres. 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Hobby Club 2, 3 Minstrel 1, 3 CLASS of IQ54 PQ 55, I7 RICHARD BUTLER AMBITION Farmer HOBBY Driving . ACTIVITIES F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 State Band 1, 2 Minstrel 1, 3 Operetta 2 Prom Committee 3 MARGARET CHUR CH AMBITION Secretary and Housewife HOBBY Pete ACTIVITIES School Banking 3 Prom Committee 3 Class Play 3 Minstrel 3 Senior Class Trip Committee 4 RICHARD CLAR K AMBITION To go with a girl with a car. HOBBY Skating, hunting, swimming ACTIVITIES Mixed Chorus 1, 3 Minstrel 1, 3 Football 3 CHAR LOTTE COMSTOCK AMBITION To be successful HOBBY Collecting things for my hope chest ACTIVITIES F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 3 Cheerleader 1 Voice Staff 3 Minstrel 3 Girls' Chorus 3 Basketball 3 MARILYN CUNNINGHAM AMBITION Great Actress HOBBY Cheerleading ACTIVITIES Cheerleading 1, 2, 3 Pre College Club 4 Voice Staff 4 Yearbook 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi Lites 3 Prom Committee 3 Dramatics 3 Class Vice Pres. Senior Play 4 WINIFRED DOUTT AMBITION To be a success HOBBY Listening to the radio ACTIVITIES Yearbook Q31 F. H , A , 1, 2, 3 School Newspaper Glee Club 2 Audabon 1, 2 R ONALD DRAYER AMBITION To be a success HOBBY Shooting Pool ACTIVITIES Basketball 1,2,3,4 Baseball l,2,3,4 ALBERTA ESTES AMBITION To be a success HOBBY Driving ACTIVITIES Chorus 1,4 Class Play 3 Basketball 2,3 Anvil Staff 4 WESLEY DOUTT AMBITION To get out of school HOBBY Skating ACTIVITIES F.F.A. l,2,3,4 Basketball 3 HAR OLD L. DRAYER AMBITION Go to college and be a Minister HOBBY Stamps and seeing Nancy ACTIVITIES Band 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1,2,3.4 Basketball 1,2 Student Band Dir- ector 3,4 Class Play 3,4 Art Editor 3,4 MAX DUGAW AMBITION To be successful in my chosen field. HOBBY Doing nothing ACTIVITIES Latin Club 2, 3 French Club 3, 4 Voice Staff 3, 4 Anvil Staff 4 Pre College Club 3, 4 Librarian Assistant 4 RICHARD FISH AMBITION To be successful HOBBY Hunting ACTIVITIES F. F, A, 1, 2, 3 E LAINE FOR BES AMBITION Secretary HOBBY Roller Skating ACTIVITIES Band 1, 3, 4 Chorus 3, 4 Anvil Staff 4 Senior Play 4 CE CILE GREGORY AMBITION To be a success HOBBY Driving ACTIVITIES Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Operetta 2 Minstrel 3 Anvil Staff 4 Class Play 4 ELSIE GROSS AMBITION Retailer HOBBY Skating ACTIVITIES Chorus 1, 2, 3 Minstrel 1, 3 Operetta 2 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Voice Staff 3, 4 Anvil Staff 4 School Banking 4 PHYLLIS HAMILTON AMBITION Medical Secretary HOBBY Clothes ACTIVITIES Chorus 3, 4 Minstrel I, 3 Class Play 3, 4 Anvil Staff 4 School Banking 3, 4 Prom Committee 3 Inter-Class Basketball 3 Class Sec. and Treas. 2 CLASS of I954 hwy wil' I 1 is I9 HAZEI.. GIFFORD AMBITION To have a successful life HOBBY Horse back riding, swimming ACTIVITIES F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 RUTH GR IF FITH AMBITION To be a good secretary HOBBY Driving around ACTIVITIES Cheerleading 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Operetta 2 Minstrel 3 MARTHA JANE GROSS AMBITION To be something worth while in this world. HOBBY Collecting Cookbooks ACTIVITIES Chorus 2 FR ANCIS HANLIN AMBITION Army HOBBY Hunting ACTIVITIES Hobby Club 1, 2 Football Manager 2, 3 Baseball 3, 4 RICHARD HOLLAND AMBITION College HOBBY Bow ling ACTIVITIES Latin Club 3, 4 Pre College 3. 4 MARVIN HURLBURT AMBITION To be a success. HOBBY Sports ACTIVITIES Baseball 2, 3, 4 Football Manager JEWEL KIMMY AMBITION Find a good job HOBBY Bud ACTIVITIES Twirlers l, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3 Minstrel 3 Operetta 4 FLORENCE LAYDEN AMBITION Secretary HOBBY Skating ACTIVITIES F.H.A. l,2,3,4 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4 WALTER HORDUSKY AMBITION To be successful HOBBY Skiing and Ice Skating ACTIVITIES Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 3 Hobby Club 1,2 Librarian Assistant 4 Anvil Staff 4 Pre-College Club 3, 4 MARTHA JORDAN AMBITION Nurse HOBBY Playing the piano and collection of glass animals ACTIVITIES Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 AIIVI1 Staff 4 Latin Club 2, 3 EDWARD LAUGHERY AMBITION Farmer HOBBY Hunting and Sports ACTIVITIES F, F,A, l,2,3,4 RAE MARYOTT AMBITION Secretary HOBBY Eating ACTIVITIES Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 Twirlers 2, 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 3 Student Council l, 4 Class Play 3 Anvil Staff 4 F. H. A. Sec. 2 School Banking 3, 4 Prom Committee 3 RICHARD H. MCGUIRE AMBITION Go to College HOBBY eeping, Skating, Women ACTIVITIES Football 1, 2, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Chorus 3. 4 Latin Club 3 Anvil Staff 4 Prom Committee 3 KENNETH MER KLE AMBITION To be successful HOBBY Football and Janice ACTIVITIES Football 1, 2, 3 School Ba.nking 3, 4 Anvil Staff 4 Baseball 3 Basketball Manager 2 Prom Committee 3 LARRY PEARD AMBITION To do something real clever HOBBY Collecting dance band records ACTIVITIES F.F.A. 1. 2, 3 F.F.A. Treas. 2, 3 Prom Committee 3 Student Council Sec. 2 Student Council Pres. 3 Anvil Editor 4 Voice Staff 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 MARY L. PORTER AMBITION Education, Culture, Money HOBBY Working and Saving Money ACTIVITIES F.H.A. Pres. 4 F.H.A. Treas. 2 Class Sec. 81 Treas. 1, 3, 4 Tri-Hi-Y Chaplain 3 Class Play 3 Anvil Staff 4 CLASS of IQ54 4? as-.W 21 YVONNE MCLAIN AMBITION Secretary HOBBY Eating ACTIVITIES F.H.A. 3,4 Latin Club 1, 3, 4 Cheerleader 1, 2, 4 Tri-Hi-Y 2 Chorus 1, 3, 4 Senior Play 4 DONALD MOSHER AMBITION Join the Marines HOBBY Skating ACTIVITIES Baseball 1, 2, 3 Anvil 4 Rifle Club 4 FRANK POLLOCK AMBITION To get a woman HOBBY Hunting and Women ACTIVITIES F,F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 F.F.A. Sentinel 2 Hi-Y 3, 4 Basketball 2, 4 Baseball 2, 3, 4 Class Play 3 ELAINE PROPER AMBITION Secretary HOBBY Skating ACTIVITIES F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 3 JAMES RICHARDSON AMBITION To be successful HOBBY Skating ACTIVITIES Football l, 3, 4 Basketball 1 School Banking 3 Anvil Staff 4 Inter Class Sports 2, 3 ALICE SHAMP AMBITION To make a success out of life HOBBY Collecting Salt and Pepper Shakers ACTIVITIES F.H.A. 2, 3, 4 Chorus 3 Class Play 3 Voice Staff 4 Anvil Staff 4 Basketball 3 PAULINE SHR EVE AMBITION To be successful HOBBY Skating and dancing ACTIVITIES Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 2, 3 F.T.A. 3 EDWARD R . SHUSTER AMBITION To be a millionaire HOBBY Havinga good time ACTIVITIES Football 2, 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 3 Hobby Club 1, 2, 3 F.F.A. 1 Hi-Y 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Anvil Staff 4 Latin Club 2, 3 Pre-College Club 3, CLASS of I954 22' ELLSWOR TH SHADE AMBITION To get a beautiful woman HOBBY Hunting, Skating, Women, Sleeping ACTIVITIES Basketball 1, 2 Football 2 Baseball 1, 2 Class Play 3 Anvil Staff 4 JOHN F. SHREVE AMBITION Carpenter HOBBY Photography ACTIVITIES Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 3, 4 Prom Committee 3 Class Play 3 School Banking 4 WAYNE SHREVE AMBITION Hard to tell HOBBY Skating, Hunting, Fishing, Swimming ACTIVITIES Volley Ball 1, 2, 3 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Rifle Club 1 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Baseball 1, 2, 3 RUBY J. STEADMAN AMBITION Nurse HOBBY Attending School ACTIVITIES Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 3 Twirlers 2 ARTHUR STEVES AMBITION Playing baseball HOBBY Sports ACTIVITIES Class Pres. 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 2, 3, 4 Football Captain 4 Basketball 3, 4 Student Council 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 Minstrel 1, 3 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Anvil Staff 4 CHAR LES SQUIRE AMBITION Air Force HOBBY Fishing ACTIVITIES Latin Club NORMAN TROYER AMBITION To make a million HOBBY Sports ACTIVITIES F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 F.F.A. Vice Pres. 3. F.F.A. Pres. 4 Hi-Y Pres. 3 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Chorus Pres. 4 J .V. Basketball 1 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Minstrel 3, 4 Senior Play 4 WILLIAM WAID AMBITION To be successful HOBBY Hunting ACTIVITIES Baseball 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Jr. Glee Club 2, 3 Band 1, 2, 3 BEVERLLIE ST JOHN AMBITION I To be successful HOBBY Rex ACTIVITIES Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 3, 4 Minstrel 3 JAMES THOMAS AMBITION To get out of here HOBBY Sports ACTIVITIES Football 2, 3 Latin Club 3 Auto Club 3 Interclass basketball Prom Committee 3 JAMES E. TURNER AMBITION Working at the Quality Cash HOBBY Working ACTIVITIES Auto Club 3 Football 4 School Banking 3, 4 Class Play 3 ME LVIN WEILACHER 1 AMBITION A girl in every port HOBBY Females ACTIVITIES F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Hobby Club 1, 2 F , , . , WILLIAM WHITAKER AMBITION To succeed HOBBY Hunting ACTIVITIES Football 1, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Auto Club 3 Rifle Club 4 KENNETH L. WILLIAMSON AMBITION To be a successful farmer HOBBY Farming ACTIVITIES F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. 4 CLASS of IQ54 JOSEPH ZAJAC AMBITION To be successful HOBBY Sports ACTIVITIES F.F.A. 1. 2. 3. 4 F.F.A. Basketball 3,4 F.F.A. Sentinel 1, 4 Inter-Class Volleyball 2 PICTURES AVAILABLE JOHN F . TREBIK AMBITION Ditch Digger HOBBY . Farming ACTIVITIES None KIETH WILLIAMS AMBITION To succeed HOBBY Sports ACTIVITIES Football 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Latin Club 3, 4 Class Pres. 2 Vice Pres. 1 Class Play 3 Minstrel 3 ROBERT CALDWELL AMBITION To get out of school HOBBY Skating ACTIVITIES None E , lg I 7 s SENIOR CLASS WILL Edward Laughery leaves his quiet ways to Bill Gillett. Norman Troyer leaves his athletic ability to Mervin Troyer. Ruby Steadman leaves her good citizenship pin to anyone worthy of it. Douglas Barnes leaves his height to Duane Bowes. Ruth Griffith leaves her driving ability to anyone brave enough to take it. Cecile Gregory leaves her red hair to Sandra Lyons. Max Dugaw leaves his wardrobe to Ronald Goodwin. Edward Shuster leaves his physique to Dick Michaelson. Kenneth Barstow leaves his bookkeeping to anyone who likes it as well ? ? as he d Alice Shamp leaves her tallness to Judy Allen. John Shreve leaves his snare drum to Harry Musser. Margaret Church leaves her engagement ring to Donna Bisbee. Martha Gross leaves her boyfriends to anyone who can get them. Art Steves leaves his job as president to David Riggs. Bill Whitaker leaves his football ability to Don Clark. Hazel Gifford leaves her jokes to Thelma Laird. Winnie Doutt leaves her letters to anyone who likes to write. Keith Williams leaves his well-worn path out the Concord Road to anyone w advantage of it. Richard McGuire leaves his roller skates to Bill Gregor. Donald Mosher leaves his girlfriends to his younger brother. Martha Jordan leaves her position as piano accompanist to Beverly Aumend. Elaine Proper leaves her ability to get along with people to anyone who can use it Dick Cochran leaves his trusty little Ford to Rex Seidler. Bob Bogardus leaves his ambition to Chuck Blakeslee. Jean Clark leaves her ability to argue twith Leonj to Maxine Wilson. John Trebik leaves his flirting ability to Francis Shreve. Pauline Shreve leaves her good nature to Sylvia Nielson. Wayne Shreve leaves his freckles to Cecilia Gregory. Yvonne McLain leaves her earrings to Elizabeth Rowland. Larry Peard leaves his nickname of H. H. to anyone who knows what it means. Charlotte Comstock leaves her chair in Home Ec. class to Shirley Tarbell. Richard Butler leaves his hotrodding ability to Pat Lapek. Rae Maryott leaves her pretty brown eyes to Lora Lou Thorne. Dick Holland leaves his sharp clothes to James Lasher. Charles Squire leaves his books to Jim Toohey. Jim Thomas leaves his love for food to Jimmy Watson. Walter Hordusky leaves his recipes to Carol Jacobs. Ward Bliley leaves his model airplanes to anyone who likes them as well as he do Marilyn Cunningham leaves her position as vice-president to Connie Alexander. Ethel Brown leaves her clowning to JoAnn Troyer. Beverlie St. John leaves her place as head cheerleader to Judy Soety. Phyllis Hamilton leaves her cute personality to Carol Besonson. Jim Richardson leaves his job at Gates' to Gib Rowland. Frank Pollock leaves his Keystone Farmers' Degree to Howard Pollock. Ronnie Drayer leaves his basketball uniform to Pete Blakeslee. Mary Porter leaves her job at the hospital to Pat Kowalski. Dick Clark leaves his curly locks to Bob Richardson. Marian Chundrlek leaves her love for chewing gum to Winnie Woods. Bill Waid leaves his devilish ways to Dick Gilson. Ken Merkle leaves his popularity with the girls to Frank Fox. Ellsworth Shade leaves his good old convertible to Fred Fisk. Florence Layden leaves her socks to Rose Shellito. Elsie Gross leaves her pierced ears to Cynthia Whittaker: Melvin Weilacher leaves his bees to Fred Glozzer. Harold Drayer leaves his job at Wagman's to anyone who likes t Joseph Zajac leaves his tractor-driving ability to Bob Johnson. Don Burgess leaves his Chevrolet to Valentine Kuczaj. Alberta Estes leaves her natural blonde hair to Deanna Wiggers. Dick Fish leaves his crazy haircut to Bryan Wellman. Leon Balczon leaves his curly hair to Buddy Chesley. Marvin Hurlburt leaves his bashfulness to Bill Conover. Francis Hanlin leaves his hotrod to Ronnie Jones. Carol Beale leaves her skill of making delicious barbecues to Barbara Weed. Jewel Kimmy leaves her dark complexion to Janet Van Tassel. o work. 25 id. ho wants to take CS. Bob Caldwell leaves his ability to roller skate to Wayne Willis. Bob Begnnett leaves his adaptability to P, O, D, to Fred Conklin. Jim Turner leaves his ability to get along with teachers to Wayne Kerr. Elaine Forbes leaves her weekends in Corry to Karen Hatch. Wesley Doutt leaves his thinness to Gerry Geer. Kenneth Williamson leaves his studies to Janice Burns. M, ii, . l Ruthie 8: Elaine Phyllis, Rae, and Janice W ll 0 ' S W II 0 TITLE GIRL BOY BEST LOOKING Jewel Kimmy Bill Waid MOST POPULAR Rae Maryott Art Steves BEST DANCER Jewel Kimmy Dick Cochran BEST ATHLETE Ethel Brown Doug Barnes BEST ALL-AROUND Margaret Church Art Steves WITTIEST Elaine Forbes Art Steves MOST LOVING COUPLE Jean Clark Leon Balczon BEST DRESSER Beverlie St. John Larry Peard MOST INTELLECTUAL Mary Porter Ward Bliley MOST BASHFUL Ruby Jane Steadman Charles Squire HAPPIEST NUT MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BOO KWORM MOST MOST FICKLE AMBITIOUS QUIETEST CHA MP GUM-CHEWER MOST DIGNIFIED LAZ IEST NIGHTHAWK BIGGEST DEVIL Ethel Brown Mary Porter Alice Shamp Ruth Griffith Mary Porter Ruby Jane Steadman Alberta Estes Carol Beale Winnie D outt Winnie D outt Jewel Kimmy 26 Walter Hordusky Larry Peard Ward Bliley Bill Wald Larry Peard Charles Squire Kenny Merkle Max Dugaw Jim Thomas Bill Whitaker Dick Butler Name Nickname He ard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname He ard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing WlIA'l"S WHAT Leon Balczon Lee "I don't want to go." Going with Jean. Douglas Barnes Doug "Hi, useless." Taking Janet out. Kenneth Barstow Ken "You're always picking on me. " Shooting pool. Carol Beale Beaver "I'm mad at him. " Going home with Keith. Robert Bogardus Bob ' 'I didn't know anything about it. " Fighting with Ken. Ethel Brown Brownie "Oh my liver!" Going to wrestling matches. Donald Burgess "Why does it have to happen Don "All right, Barnes. " DOH, Kenny, Billy Going up to Connie's. Name Max Dugaw Nickname Maxford Heard Saying to me ?" Seen Doing Griping. Ward, Walter Name Nickname He ard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname He ard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Alberta Estes Bert "That's a real George Going to Wattsburg Richard Fish Dick "Ah, Kingfish Opening lockers Elaine Forbes Laine "What do you want a medal? Looking for a way to the game Ronald Drayer Ronnie ' 'Alrighty. " Managing to be in the girls gym class . Name Nickname Heard ,Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname H eard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Saying Seen Doing N ame Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing WllA'I"S Richard Butler Dick "You don't know do you? Getting mad at the teachers. Ward Bliley Ward "I'm building a new plane. " Going 95 M. P. H, in second gear. Marian Chunderlek Marian "G ot any gum? " Yelling at the little kids banking. Jean Clark Jean "H e won't dress up." Talking to Leon. Richard Cochran Dick "Got any money for gas? " Going with Sal. Marilyn Cunningham Sis ' 'Is that okay with you kids? " Pouting. Harold Drayer Harold "I gotta work. " Explaining the reason for being late. Joseph Zajec Joe "All right, Rael" Closing lockers. Alice Shamp Shrimp "Seen Charlotte" Reading books. Wayne Shreve Wayne "Gee, that's beyond me. " Pushing chairs. Yvonne McLain Vonnie "Leave me alone. " Yelling at the boys. Pauline Shreve Paul "I don't want to go banking today. " Talking about Paul. 28 WHAT N ame Nickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame N ickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame Nickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame N ickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame N ickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame N ickname H eard Saying Seen Doing Name N ickname Saying Se en Doing N ame N ickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame Nickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing N ame Nickname Saying Seen Doing N ame N ickname H eard Saying Seen Doing Robert Bennett Bob That's what I thought. " Walking J oan to school. Robert Caldwell Bob "I don't know. " Going skating. Margaret Church Peg "I've got to hear this. " Talking about Pete. Richard Clark Dick "Oh, this small rink, " Setting off fire works. Charlotte Comstock Lotte "Alice, come here. " Flirting. Wesley Doutt Whiskers "Hit her. Taking off with Dick. John Trebik Johnny "I can beat him up. P' Writing love notes. Rae Maryott Rae "Thanks, just thanks alot. " Fighting with Jack. Edward Laughery Eddy "I don't like round dances Talking. William Waid Bill "You take me home. " Causing trouble in as- semblies. Elaine Proper Topsy "Ohl nutsl" Going Square Dancing. Norman Troyer Norm "Hey, shorty. " Showing his muscles. Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing WlIA'l"S William Whitaker Bill "I don't care." Collecting money for Anvil Kenneth Williamson Kenny "Did you get my note? " Walking home. Mary Porter Mary "A re you doing anything?' Skipping classes Beverlie St. John Bev ' ' Monday morning again? " Looking for Margaret. WHAT N ame N ickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame Nickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame Nickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame N ickname H eard Saying Seen Doing Keith Williams Keithie "That's rich. " Bothering Carol. Florence Layden Flossie "Let's go. " Laughing Ruby Steadman Ruby "Ohl No!" Going to the games Frank Pollack Frank "What of it?" Talking with Dee. Ruth, Rae, Elaine, Janice Ruth, Elaine v,. t ,., : A K I k mm N -,. -v:" ' i E a , ' 'NRL 7- 0 1 New S142 Larry, Marilyn, Carol Alberta, Alice 29 Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname H eard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Se en Doing Name Nickname Heard Saying Seen Doing WllA'l"S WHAT Hazel Gifford Giff "I wonder if Hank's here," Talking about Hank. Cecile Gregory Cee Cee "I didn't do my homework. " Worrying about her homework. Ruth Griffith Ruthie "Oh! shut up. " Driving her car. Elsie Gross Elsie "I can see it all now. " Going to Waterford. Martha Gross Marty "Wanta ride? " Driving Kenny's car. Phyllis Hamilton Phil "Why don't you shut up so I can work? " Trying to find Winnie. Francis Hanlin Fran I'll bring it tomorrow. " Hot-rodding around town. Richard Holland Dick "Look who's here!" Working at the Dinor. Walter Hordusky Walt ' 'O h dear! " Laughing. Marvin Hurlburt Marv Not much. Homework. Martha Jordan Martie "I don't care. " Flirting with Francis. Jewel Kimmy Judy "I don't know what Bud's mad about. " Telling jokes. Winnifred Doutt Winnie "I'm not chicken. " Flirting with the boys. 30 N ame Nickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame N ickname Heard Saying Seen Doing N ame N ickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame N ickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame Nickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame. N ickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame N ickname Heard Saying Seen Doing N ame Nickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame Nickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame N ickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame N ickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame N ickname H eard Saying Seen Doing N ame N ickname H eard Saying Seen Doing Richard McGuire Dick "1 know it. " Wearing fancy clothes. Kenneth Merkle Kenny "Big deal! Big deal!" Driving Carroll's car. Donald Mosher Don "I got out of it. " Going skating. Larry Peard Larry "I have an argument with you. " Going to Detroit to see Barb James Richardson Jimmy "Get off my back. " Talking to Sis. Ellsworth Shade Tuff "Hey, McGuire. " Driving his car. John Shreve Johnny "Where's the fire?" Going to Erie for Pizza. Edward Shuster Ed "Let me show you. " Working hard. Charles Squire Chuck Nothing Reading Arthur Steves Art "Judas, Becky!" Goofing off. James Thomas Jim "That isn't right. " Arguing with everyone. James Turner Jim "I don't got my bookkeeping done. " Arguing with Mrs. Baldwin. Melvin Weilacher Melvin "I'm working for Monoch. " Flowing snow. SENIOR CLASS PRUPIIECY Jimmy Richardson is flying high over the hills. He is in the photographic department. The pictures come out kind of blurred though. Well, Jimmy, you know you can't see a thing without your glasses. Ellsworth Shade is deep sea diving off the coast ofSharky Island. Ellsworth is always com- plaining about the sharks though. Well, stick around, "Touch, " maybe they can give you a few pointers. Joe Zajac was last seen in Europe. He is riding a bicycle around the world. Joe always did take the long way around. Rae Maryott is still trying to find a new way of doing housework without working. Rae will never give up. By the time she discovers it, her grandchildren will be living a life of luxury. Alice Shamp has just got the patent on her new non-pedal sewing machine. You just look at the machine and an electric eye is set off. Ah, that Alice! She's a clever one. Harold Drayer is manager of a chain of department stores. Harold just left on his annual trip to visit these stores. By the time Harold gets back from one of these trips it's time to leave again. Harold likes to travel. Bill Waid and Wayne Shreve have gone into partnership with a big time retail store execu- tive. Bill sells the goods and Wayne buys them back. This way they will never run out of business. Wesley Doutt and Edward Laughery have a drive-in diner. They both take turns cooking. Neither likes to wash dishes. Their's is the only diner inwtown where you can eat on paper plates. Charles Squire has become a clerk in a department store. They have put him behind an information desk. If you have any troubles just take them to Charles. Q .. Ken, Art, Richard, Jack, Norm Alice, Charlotte, Shirley, Florence STANDING: Jewel, Bud, Rae, Hazel, Winnie Jack, Keith, Carol. SEATED: Cecile, Janice, Ken, Phyllis, Ruth, Richard, Eddie. 31 Ruby Steadman, the little girl of our class, has taken up with agreat big pro- fession. She has become a nurse. Ruby likes to make people feel good. Take Cover! Here comes Beverlie St. John. She works for Dr. Lemondrop. Bev. is his X-Ray technician. She always did like to be on the inside of things. Kenneth Williamson has just been named "Farmer of the Year". He can plow the straightest furrow for miles around. Ken got a contract with our F. F. A. boys to plow for them. Florence Layden got married and is a secretary for her husband. Florence also has a lot of little filing clerks helping her out. Know what I mean? Frank Pollock decided to be an Agriculture Teacher. Frank specializes in field trips. He sometimes manages to get lost. Usually on purpose. On the way back his students can usually find him sleeping against some shady tree. Mary Porter was last seen treating the sick in Spain. She has got herself stationed outside the bull fighting arena. That's our Mary always after new business. Edward Shuster is now working on his second million. He made his first million by constructing bridges for a Tinker Toy Industry. Ed always did do things in a big way. Jim Turner is now cashier in his own Turner's Super Market. He only handles th folding money though. Jim always did like to feel all that green lettuce. Robert Bogardus has set up a Men's Clothing Store in Erie. He has Martha Jordan working as his assistant. Martha sells the clothing while Bob does the bookkeeping. Ronnie Drayer is an instructor at aschool for strong, healthy men. Walter Hordusky dropped in for a few lessons the other day. When Ronnie got through with Walter he had accomplished something. Walter now owns the place. Jewel Kimmy and Elaine Forbes went to New York City to become models. They came close though. At least their doing what all good groomed models do. Jewel files while Elaine does some fancy bookkeeping. As you have probably guessed it's in an office. Francis Hanlin had a meter put on his car and is running his own taxi service. If you have to use all that gas you might as will have someone pay for it. Ruth Griffith has become chief cook for the Stork Club. Ruthie always said she didn't do all that Dinor work for nothing. Richard Fish became a big time lumber excutive. He has hired Alberta Estes as his private secretary. Alberta is just the person for the job. If someone tries to get out of something cheap, she'll chop them down a peg or two. Melvin Weilacher got a job with the Traffic Department. He stands in the middle of an intersection directing traffic. If you run into him don't forget to say hello. William Whitaker has a contract with Digger's Funeral Home. He is a pallbearer. Bill always did look nice when he got dressed up. Dum Dee Dum Dum. No, it is not Dragnet. It's just Art Steves trying to get a connection on W. I. K. K. He is our sports announcer over there. Man, Dig that crazy static ! 32 Qu'est-ce que c'est arrive? fWhat is it that has happened?l This is what that fabulous French teacher, Max Dugaw, always ends up saying when his class comes up with a clever joke. Max was always good at making them up. But he just couldn't seem to catch on to them. Robert Caldwell got a good job. For 1.50 an hour, he lets the air out of tires in front of "no parking zones". You have all heard the old saying Crime Doesn't Pay. Bob has another, If you Can't Beat Them Join Them. Jim Thomas is said to be doing real well in the used car business. Jim has some very nice cars. Undented fenders, fine finish and good tires. All that Jim asks is that you furnish your own motor. If you want a super-duper sundae, just go on down to Shreve's Soda Shop. John Shreve will see that you receive the best service of and Slurp Shop in town. Down with your heads! Here comes Keith Williams in his trusty little jet. This comes natural to our Keith. He kind of likes to roam around with his head in the clouds. Norman Troyer who has always been sort of shy with the girls has turned to the potatoes. Norm believes in living it up. Carol Beale has gotten herself a job as assistant to Arthur Murray. Carol plays piano while Arthur M. dances. Charlotte Comstock is the new Home Ec. teacher at Union City High. She is also in charge of the cafeteria. They've never had such good meals. Marilyn Cunningham is opening in anew play next spring. She has studied very hard for the leading part. The name of the play is "Quiet Evenings at Home Without You." Martha and Elsie Gross have opened a Beauty Shop in Union City. They have a new special never before offered. With every permanent you get you can have another for just one dollar. You had better hurry thought this offer is only good for ten days. Kenny Merkle decided to be a truck driver. Ken hits all the towns from Maine to Florida. When we say "hit" we don't mean just literally. Phyllis Hamilton is working as a sleuth for the Missing Persons Bureau. In her spare time she writes lyrics for singing commercials. lf you look hard enough you can see Leon Balczon riding down Main St. on his motorcycle collecting traffic tickets. But what's more fun is having Jean Clark riding on back taking down the license numbers. If you ever want your car washed look up Ba.rnes's Garage. Doug will give you the best shine you have ever seen. Do you have pains, headaches, or rheumatism? If you have why don't you go down to Barstow's Drugstore. Be real nice and he may give you a special. Don't forget to ask Ken for your S 81. H Green Stamps. If you see some saucers flying around don't get worried. It's just Ward Bliley trying out some of his new guided missles. As you have probably heard, Ward has been given the title of Air Force Technician. We like to recall the main event of every Saturday evening, our lady wrestling champ, Ethel Brown. Don't forget her sideline. She bakes creampuffs in her own private bakery. 33 Robert Bennett is teaching Biology at college. Bob likes to look at the flies and bugs under a microscope. Bob is now in the hospital with a nervous breakdown. Margaret Church is working in Corry. "Peg" is a whiz at taking shorthand. Now she is going to night- school because she forgot how to write in Longhand. Stick with it Margaret it isn't hard. Sorry Wrong Number. That's what our Marion Chunderlek keeps saying to the guys that keep calling up around quitting time. She is the head telephone operator in Chicago. Boy what a line! Richard Howland has been named one of the ten best dressed men in the U. S. A. Dick is pretty proud of this title even if he did move to South America three years ago. Donald Burgess and Richard Butler have joined partnership in an electrical appliance shop. They closed shop though. Must have run into a short circuit. Richard Cochran decided to become an F. B. I. agent. Dick had to drop out though. He got through the character references okay but he just couldn't stand being followed. Dick Clark had a job driving a milk truck. Too bad he had to lose it though. All of us told Dick he snould have taken drivers training. Hazel Gifford likes her new job in the unemployment office. Hazel is always right on time at the office that was before she got the job. Winifred Doutt joined the Air Force. She is head of the recreation department. Winnie played it smart and specialized in swimming. You see she is stationed in the southern part of Georgia. Marvin Hurlburt is coach of the Little League Baseball Team in Union City. There's a mixup everytime they try to find Marvin. He get lost among all those little baseball players. Clear the field! Yvonne McLain is directing traffic from an airplane tower. There have been fewer plane wrecks since Yvonne has taken over. Maybe that's because there have been fewer planes taking off. Elaine Proper has taken over her grandparent's store. Elaine has set up the "Self-Service Plan". You help yourself to her groceries a.nd she helps herself to your money. Be careful Elaine and don't get too grabby. Pauline Shreve has gone far in this world. She owns a Laundry Service. They say she is really cleaning up. Richard McGuire is now counting off seconds for the take-off of space ships. You didn't have to go to all that trouble Dick. We knew you could count. Ready Go! This is what Commercial Teacher, Cecile Gregory says to her typing class. She believes in speed. Cecile also has a bookkeeping class. This class is to keep her typing straight. Poor Cecile and she tries so hard. Donald Mosher and John Trebik have a partnership concerning an oil well. They also have a crew working for them. Don and John just sit back and let the profits seep in. Larry Peard has a job in the Pentagon working for the Navy Department. The navy comes up with an idea and Larry vetoes it. It isn't that Larry doesn't want things to progress or anything, he just likes to shorten it a bit. 34 THANK YOU Mrs. Virginia Michael .sr I 'fgljl Mrs. Anna Wilsted Miss Roberta Cuthbertson For all the advice and understanding you have shown us during our four years in high school which have helped to make us a successful class with many fond memories we thank you. The Class of "54 35 'NTEEN uma E unvikmg' :I UVE1V,fE gage -Nqqsgzi JURY" ' 1 in -N ,l 7,09 Q? I' . 'pxxbfc x V332 ' 07' vfaiiv, ff Q44 wi qsfw if , X-- 4 --:S-,."'..'rf--'- Q ff Ng fi h o 0 o o JUNIORS MISS B0'l'TENll0RN'S ROOM 'V FIRST ROW: J. Bennett, C. Cross, M. Courtright, M. Daley, J. Burns, J. Allen M. Chundrlek, E. Breed, J. Barstow. SECOND ROW: S. Campbell, R. Aumuend E. Diesner, L. Bacon, S. Carson, M. Bidwell, C. Besonson, C. Alexander, D Bisbee. THIRD ROW: B. Conover, G. Geer, Miss Bottenhorn, F. Conklin, C Blakeslee, D. Gilson. MRS. BALDWlN'S ROOM FIRST ROW: W. Gregor, W. Lyons, R. Goodwin, R. Johnson, J. Lasher, R. Heg- ner, F. Glozzer, J. Noble, R. Michaelson. SECOND ROW: M. Lindsley, V Lilley, J. Parker, T. Lair, M, Hurlburt, L. Kopnitsky, C. Jacobs, P. Lapek, S Neilsen. THIRD ROW: P. Michael, R. Manx-oss, D. McElhaney, J. Holder, Mrs Baldwin, J. Kopnitsky, C. Gregory, P. Kowalski, G. Hanlin, R, Parker. 1R JUNIORS MR. BATES' ROOM FIRST ROW: D. Biggs, R. Seidler, J. Smith, R. Troyer, F. Sutter, R. Wojtecki, W. Willis, G. Rowland. SECOND ROW: L. Shellito, J. Shreve, M. Walford, W. Woods, S. Tarbell, J. Rowland, C. Whittaker, M. Wilson, E. Rice. THIRD ROW: F. Shreve, D. Vanderpool, J. Van Tassel, J. Van Tassel, J. Bates, J. Soety, M. Robinson, M. Watts, M. Troyer, J. Toohey. The class of '55 was enlarged at the begixming of the term as the students of Bloomfield High joined the students of Union City, making ninety of us, all anxious to get started with our class activities, realizing the opportunities that lay before us in the coming year. The electing of om' officers' took place at our first class meeting. President, David Riggs: Vice-President, Mervin Troyerg Secretary, Beverly Aumendg Treasurer, Ellen Rice: Historian, Elizabeth Rowland. The class immediately began planning ways of making money. Our first activity was to reoganize the bake sales held once a month at Michael's store. Then came the record dances after the home basketball games. We mapped out the entire town and everyone sold Christmas cards near their own neighborhood. The class also took upon themselves to sell magazines from the Crowell and Curtis Companies. The class reached their goal of 31700. Being the first class ofthe school to reach this goal we were paid many compliments by students, faculty members and friends. Much enthused by this time we began preparing our class play. After many hours of practice and some grey hairs, we presented the comedy-"You Can't Take It With You". We have been planning all year to honor the seniors with abeautiful prom. We Chose "Moonlight Serenade" for our theme and presented it in a nicely decorated gymnasium on June 4. We are hoping to be successful with our money-making activities so we may have a senior trip. 39 SOPIIOMORES MISS DAVIS' ROOM P1 FIRST ROW: R. Blakeslee, E. Burger, W. Kerr, R. Lilley, A. LaDow, H. Hegner, V. Kuczaj, D. Brumagin, S. Green, M. King. SECOND ROW: M. Clark, I. Boardman, M. Goodwill, B. Conklin, M. Hall, J. Carroll, J. Gibbons, H. Fisk, J. Comstock, C. Drayer. THIRD ROW: F. Fisk, J. Barnes, D. Lyons, R. Curtis, P. Frey, C. Butler, M. Gillam, K. Hatch, S. Duke, S. Beezub, J. Burgess, C. Cross. MISS DURBIN'S ROOM FIRST ROW: G. Mosher, P. Zajac, R. Patten, L. Young, R. Thomas, E. Simpson, Woods, G. Schlak, D. White, H. Pollack, G. Troyer, J. Watson. SECOND ROW: Martin, N. Rowland, J. Troyer, L. Thorne, B. Weed, B. Shreve, C. Thomas, Reynolds, R. Shellito. THIRD ROW: P. Robinson, S. Van Tassel, R. Richardson, Weed, C. Tucker, J. Parkin, Miss Durbin, D. Wiggers, T. Polack, H. Nichols, Toohey, M. St. John, H. Wright. 40 'iw Y. SOPHOMORES Our sophomore class has had some very successful activities this year, some of which were a skating party and a St. Patrick's Day Dance. Both werevery well attended and good profits were realized. Class Officers are: President .... . . .Edward Burger Vice President . . . . Stanley Green Secretary .... . . . Barbara Weed Treasurer. . . . . Carolyn Butler l i Richard and Lora Lou Janet and Douglas Frank and Dee Those senior boys sure get around don't they? rx c Q J fuk f V all N X X fx' I - 1 Q , if is 1 ff ' jg Nt XXII? ff 0 1 41 FRESIIMEN MR. McKlNNEY'S ROOM FIRST ROW: D. Brooks, A. Chesley, R. Bowen, R. Hordusky, T, Hanes, L. Hurlburt, H. Goodwill, K. Boyer, R. Campbell, R. Clark, G. Bidwell. SECOND ROW: N. Hanlin, J. Headrick, J. Bujnoski, V. Clark, M. Courtwright, A. Burger, M. Clark, J. Bartholme, Y. M. Alford, A. Hrip, R. Carnewski, P. Blatchley. THIRD ROW: D. Gay, R. Barnes, Levert Bennett, Mr. McKinney, E. Babcoch, R. Fellows, R. Gregory, Lyman Bennett. MISS SMlLEY'S ROOM Gig FIRST ROW: T. McGuire, K. Pierce, J. Magee, R. Riggs, E. Magee, R. Noble, W. McLain, Gorden Miller, Gerald Miller, R. Palmer, C. Lyons, J. Layden. SECOND ROW: J. Magee, P. Palmer, G. Parker, J. Morvay, C. Malec, W. Musiek, S. Lupton, C. Laughery, S. Kilmer, T. Rawlings, N. Lasher. THIRD ROW: R. Rimpa, C. Phanco, L. Miller, Miss Smiley, S. McE1haney, M. Leonard, J. Johnson, D. Pratt, B. Moore. 42 mf M2543 x ..--. 121 FRESIIMEN MISS PARKEIYS ROUM FIRST ROW: J. Shreve, M. Shreve, D. Shreve, R. Wright, J. Thorne, C. Smith, E. Smith, W. Thomas, J. Smith, J. Zelinski, C. Sabol. SECOND ROW: S. Squire, D. Robinson, J. Schulz, A. Rogers, J. Saunders, B. Roberts, I. Soety, L. Quinn, M. Vanderpool. THIRD ROW: B. Stone, L. Waite, S. Rowland, D. Shontz, Miss Parker, 'J. Sexton, J. Smith, L. Rupp, E. Sterling, M. Whitehill. The freshman class had several meetings this year. They placed the class dues at S 1. 50. Two parties were held, one a skating party and the other a square dance at the home of Jeanine Saunders. " W. 4- Ao' I' . Q f P i , -iw, . N P, I ,mfg fall 72 it fr EIGHTH GRADE MR. BLAK'S ROOM .S A ,,h'. wif' 'ia 'I ' 4,, ?1f-3 I 251 , .1 V' JE.-,. .V .T fl s:i5PQ5g5s'i1gi. ...S ,.:fi,f,.f- 5 ff.:-M. -f f f'f1fi..l.!.Q,i li i M.: I . f , FIRST ROW: A. Brenneman, W. Carson, G. Besonsen, G. Dickson, G. Besonsen, P. Chundrlek, G. Alexander, D. Drayer, D. Bates, I. Conner, J. Courneen, L. Barstow. SECOND ROW: D. Deyoe, N. Allen, E. Alexander, R. Bell, D. Anderson, P. Alexander, E. Burlingham, H. Bennett, H. Church. THIRD ROW: D. Bennett, C. Cross, G. Bennett, Mr. Blok, L. Crandall, J. Bojacko, J. Bawol, J. Chundrlek. MR. MENOIIEIFS ROOM FIRST ROW: R. Rice, R. Slater, G. Peterson, D. Toohey, P. Smith, J. Thomas, D. Young, L. Obert, J. Silka. SECOND ROW: J. Rose, M. Thomas, C. Tillotson, G. Rowland, P. Thiem, B. Shreve, C. Shreve, S. Shellito, B. Soety. THIRD ROW: Mr. Menoher, B. Wellmon, A. Roberts, M. Still, R. Squire, J. Phanco, W. King, K. Shontz, C. Rockwood. 44 EIGIITII GRADE MR. MelNERNEY'S ROOM "ff--7. FIRST ROW: A. Magee, L. Lyons, L. Lyman, F. Moleske, J. Miller, J. Matava, H. Long, M. Miller, J. Morse. SECOND ROW: S. Miller, B. Lindsley, D. Lord, J. Megat, E. McGuire, J. Kenniston, V. Kerr, J. Klus, M. Kopnitsky. THIRD ROW: R., Morris, J. Morris, Mr. Mclnerney, M. Knight, S. Lyons, M. Lasher. MR. FAll3l'S RDOM FIRST ROW: D. Jones, D. Johnson, W. Huckno, L. Hunter, N. Hanley, R. Fellows R. Hamerick, M. Henry, D. Harris, R. Jones, F. Fox, G. Hanlin. SECOND ROW: L Haines, J. Geisler, B. Gross, M. Holder, R. Hegner, M. Johnson, P. Hall, M. Green G. Geer. THIRD ROW: C. Hanlin, W. Gibbons, M. Jacobs, Mr. Fair, R. Earll, A Gregory. 45 SEVENTH GRADE MR. WlSSlNGER'S ROOM FIRST ROW: C. Breityveiser, G. Cox, R. Chunderlek, W. Brooks, G. Bishop, P. Becker I. Campbell, J. Bennett, A. Bell, D. Bowes. SECOND ROW: N. Broadhurst, B. Daley G. Beer, C. Cunningham, J. Blakeslee, D. Buell, M. Bowal, D. Allen, R. DeShong THIRD ROW: Mr. Wissinger, L. Bradley, R. Daley, R. Carson, A. Downer, C Blakeslee, L. Carnieski, H. Barnes, J. Dickson. MRS. SAMMONS' ROOM FIRST ROW: D. Hall, D. Ferrell, S. Harrison, L. Hicks, K. Gehres, F. Erdle, J. Edwards, M. Kenniston. SECOND ROW: R. Kopnitsky, M. Kowalski, S. Fisk, B. Gocal, S. Haskins, S. Hicks, Y. King, M. Gilson, M. Green. THIRD ROW: E. Herlinger, N. Fox, M. Kimmy, L. Kitelinger, B. Hart, Mrs. Sammons, C. Estes, H. Forbes, V. Hart, H. Givin, C. Hrip. 46 SEVENTH GRADE MR. COUCIVS ROOM FIRST ROW: J. Morvay, J. Lilley, E. Nielson, Il. Musser, R. Perkins, D. Manross, R. Patten, R. Rodgers, D. Lupton, M. Pollock, D. Maryott. SECOND ROW: W. Lasher, D. Reynolds, J. McCrillis, J. Magee, F. Rose, D. Maleski, S. Lanning, J. Roberts, J. Proper, J. Layden, J. Proper, C. Proper, K. Nickelson, J. McCray. THIRD ROW: D, Maynard, E. Rodgers, N. Michealson, D. Layden, L. Merkle, Mr. Couch, G. Peterson, J. Pates, W. Mosher, R. Lord, J. Long. MR. lIENRY'S ROOM FIRST ROW: H. Weed, L. Tarvel, J. Waid, F. Wojtecki, D. Thomas, O. Wright, C, Stull, F. Brooks, C. Van Epps, J. Soety, E. Shreve, F. Sable. SECOND ROW: D. Sheperd, E. Sanden, B. Squire, P. Shreve, A. Wilson, G. Sterling, D. Shannon, G. Tucker, N. Troyer, S. Wilkins. 47 V 1 'P ARADC . Y fl feats. 'V ' 1 Is? Q!! s 1, 5 Y X 0 .px Qs O YJ? REX' 5 T D-Xiu T 5 C. O UTS Q22 lxw H1363 O. 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Stow, R ua :: o '-J CJ Haines, L. cd III mb L. 'Fl :1 U' 15 L. 96, ag t, A.M , S alford, B. Gillet r, M.W ke D. Riggs, J Par Shreve, H. Musser, J. ayer, DI' I Q o 'F4 5-4 'U C an :C P-Q eed. J. Rowland, B. W BAND There are 65 members in the band, the largest it has been in a great many yea.rs The band has been very busy this year playing at most of the football games and for a number of parades in Union City and at the Livestock parade in Erie. The band also put on a spring concert April 27th. For the first time this summer they are going to put into effect a summer band this will help keep the band in tune and they will be able to give better concerts next year Officers arep President .... . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer . Librarian ...... Historian Band Sections: Clarinets Flutes M. Wilson J. Sexton D. Gay P. Alexander T. Pollack N. Hanlin J. Parkin E. Forbes Oboe C. Cross L. Thorne R. Lilley P. Frey Alto Sax. S. McElhaney C. Beale L. Shellito C. Butler L. Obert D. Burgess J. Hanlin R. Hordusky A. Burger E. Burger S. Rowland W. Willis S. Squire N. Allen J. Morris J. Silka S. Lanning Tenor Sax. Bass Clarinet W. Hordusky R. Maryott N. Rowland . . . . . David Riggs . . Lora Lou Thorne . . . Donald Burgess . . . Barbara Weed French Horn P. Palmer R. Riggs Trumpets D. McGahen R. Barnes L. Lyman S. Harrison J. Barnes B. Chesley D. Jones L. Barstow J. Thomas L. Haines Basses M. Walford B. Gillett J. Parker Trombones R. Butler T. Haines J. Magee D. Harris D. Farrell M. Clark Barltones A. Magee J. Rowland Drums D. Riggs J. Shreve H. Musser H. Drayer Timpani B. Weed Bells J. Bartholme J. Hendrick OUR GUESTS Union City was host to the Northwestern District Band Festival February 18, 19, and 20. Thirty-two schools were represented with a total of 165 members. Union City sent 8 members. Dr. Frank Simon, who played with Sousa's famous band as solo cornetist, was guest conductor. A concert was given for the public February 20. Everyone had an enjoyable as well as educational time. 52 TWIRLERS a5si.gi-ggi... ,-.,, 5951- 1... J' it W Q6fL- ' -W 2. . 3 1 5 Q. ' im- :-V . .Q A, . 'R fe ' " .Ziff I - -A. Qc - S f " ,Q .. asv- fi iv 4- ' gl H it is 2 ' f .. f f iff 'Q ff? ' - we SW Q xc Q 1, I .:., 2 1, - C . XR . I 57 'Q ' ' I fe .1 ' 1- . . 'Y is 4 . 9 A 4' 5 If 'TW .1 , 'Q , leaf , if t ff xg I . . 5 fr 4' 'J' x Vw gb 1 1 .Q ... " 4 'fx K X 5 L fi 5 Q BOTTOM ROW: D. Bisbee, T. Laird, D. Deyoe, J. Comstock, B. Stone, S. Neilson. TOP ROW: J. Kimmy. R. Maryott, J. Carroll, J. Gibbons, D. Wiggers, K. Hatch. The majorettes have been very active this year. They marched for the foot- ball games and also for the parades with the rest of the band. Donna Bisbee and Janet Comstock marched in the A11 Star Football Game. There was no head major- ette and Rae Maryott and Jewel Kimmy will be the only ones graduating. 53 St. Proper, J. Barstow, B. E. ?u .bd UI +-I -.-4 C CL O M vw Q? o 'r'l DS Fil al x un -O-' 'Fi cz Q. o M J cf cs 1: s-1 o +-a K 'v-4 13 :x x4 GJ O 45 E O CE E-1 rn E rn I EU IE Disc gh D15 .93 mm 'U CI HE E50 ci E 2 6122 152 Sum fha 2 05,3 e'5 :nn -'24 . Sm De ME -G1 Em gvw A QD CC His Ago gi. '33 D42 15:2 .-D z 28 'Jun U1 O .551 'U CU O O 3 3 ...n I-4 -A E O '1 :Q E ui ?s F4 O bb :ri S. 2 ns Q 2 .,-I' .hd ID .-4 cd 3 O M ol 5, 4-V cv o cn 'S -6 .5 ni J E-I 5 .Ci DD CI 'I-I Ci 1: :x U land, C. Alexander, M. OW on, Y. MCL Griff h, E. R it ai hr,-hi V-I I' 4, 'D . . . ,lg . . . MIXED .CHORUS The first program the choruses put on this year was the Christmas program inwhich the student body was given an opportunity to join in the singing of Christmas carol's. They also song for the dedication of the High School. The choruses gave a concert April 27th and also sang at Commencement and the Baccalaureate service. The girls chorus gave a concert for the Daughters of the American Revolution at the Methodist Chruch. The girls chorus also sang for the Federation of Women's Clubs Anril 24th. Officers are 3 President .... . . Norman Troyer Vice President . . . Connie Alexander Secretary . . . . . . Joan Kopnitsky Chorus Sections: 5" 399 Soprano Alexander J. Schlak N. Rowland C. Gregory Jacobs J. Woods R. Maryott Kimmy Wilson Y. McLain E. Rice E. Rowland Alto A. Estes J. Kopnitsky M. Porter J. Allen S. Carson L. Kopnitsky C. Thomas B. Conklin J. Soety W. Woods J. Comstock D. Bisbee M. Clark B. Chase M. Gillam B. Reynolds M. Chunderlek J. Troyer C. Martin Basses E. Breed D. McGahen D. Burgess E. Proper Tenor L. Thorne D. Barnes R. Griffith H. Drayer M. Daley D. Cochran H. Fisk A. Steves P. Lapel: F. Fisk P. Frey L. Peard P. Kowalski D. McGuire B. St. John D. Riggs P. Hamilton E. Shuster E. Forbes J. Barnes C. Tucker N. Trover D. White E. Gross R. Wojtectki 2nd Soprano J. Watson T. Laird B. Gillett J. Barstow E. Brown C. Alexander M. Cunningham Accompianists M. Jordan B. 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I 'Wu am v C+ 5 , 7 3 wb? 9 f Qfv .T ,, i ZEX ,XIX OOE'3'70O sqmq-'-'Xa FUOTBALL TEAM M. .6 A 1 A A FOOTBALL SQUAD FIRST ROW: A. Steves, D. Barnes, F. Pollack, K. Williams, B. Whitaker, N Troyer, D. McGuire, J. Turner, E. Shuster. SECOND ROW: R. Goodwin, G Rowland, B. Lyons, D. Burgess, D. Michealson, D. Clark, P. Blakeslee, M. Troy- er, B. Waid. THIRD ROW: B. Gregory, H. Polleck, J. Barnes, L. Bennett, D Vanderpool, C. Smith, D. White, D. Lyons. FOURTH ROW: J. Magee, B.Chesley D. Barnes, B. Palmer, R. Hordusky, E. Magee, Ass't. Coach Gary Blok, Mgr. L Hunter, J. Silka, L. Hicks, R. Lilley, Head Coach Russell Brant. SCORES FOR FOOTBALL GAMES Sept Away Union City Sheffield Sept. Away Union City Youngsville Sept. Away Union City Cambridge Springs Sept. Away Union City Albion Oct. Away Union City Sugar Grove Oct. Away Union City Corry Oct. Away Union City Conneaute Valley Oct. Home Union City Edinboro Oct. Home Union City Waterford Nov. Home Union City Fairview 60 T. Formation LINE ONE: G. Rowland, K. Williams, D. Michealson, E. Shuster, C. Smith, D. Clark, B. Whitaker. LINE TWO: A. Steves. LINE THREE: D. McGuire, N. Troyer, M. Troyer. The football team broke even this year with a five and five record. They played the first seven games away because a lighting system was being installed. After completion these lights were rated the best in the county. Mervin Troyer, Jim Richardson, and Norm Troyer led the scoring parade while the line did a fine job. The team used the T Formation this year along with the wing T. Eighteen players received letters on this year's varsity. Lettermen for the 1953 season were Norm Troyer, Jim Richardson, MervinTroyer, Dick McGuire, Bill Waid, Art Steves, Doug Barnes, Gib Rowland, Frank Pollock, Bill Whitaker, Keith Williams, Don Clark Dick Michealson, Chuck Smith, Bill Lyons, Bob Gregory, Ron Goodwin, Ed Shuster, Jim jfurner, and Don Burgess. ff '2 v ...M 61 VARSITY and JUNIOR VARSITY FIRST er, G. BASKETBALL TEAM ROW: D. Barnes, D. Burgess, P, Blakeslee, B.Whitak- Rowland, B. Bennett, R. Drayer. SECOND ROW: A Steves, F. Shreve, R. Troyer, B. Lyons, D. Riggs, D. Gilson THIRD ROW: D. White, H. Wright, J. Toohey, B. Richardson H. Pollack. The varsity basketball team ended the season with ten wins and eleven losses over the year and a record of seven and seven in league competition. This was one of the tallest teams in the school's history. The starting five consisted of Pete Blakeslee--6'4", Don Burgess--6'3", Bill Whitaker 6'2", Doug Barnes--6'0", and Ron Drayer--5'7". Ron Drayer, the smallest man on the squad, was the high scoreman of the team with 259 points. Doug Barnes was second with 243 points and Bill Whitaker was third with 216 points. The Junior Varisty had an overall record of nine and nine which was average considering the competition. Dick Gilson was the leading scorer of the Junior Varsity with 149 points while Bill Lyons and Dave Riggs were second and third with 110 and 95 points respectively. 62 Dec Dec. Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb Feb. Feb. Feb Feb Feb. Feb WW' L 'T V BASKETBALL SCORES 1 Home Union City East' 4 Away Union City Wattsburg 11 Home Union City Wattsburg 8 Away Union City East 15 Home Union City Alumni 18 Home Union City Corry 22 Aw ay Union City Corry 5 Home Union City Harborcreek 8 Home Union City Albion 12 Aw ay Union City Lawrence Park 15 Away Union City North East 19 Aw ay Union City Girard 22 Home Union City Wesleyville 26 Home Union City .Edinboro 2 Aw ay Union City Harborcreek 5 Aw ay Union City Albion 9 Home Union City Lawrence Park 12 Home Union City North East 16 Home Union City Girard 19 Away Union City Wesleyville 23 Aw ay Union City Edinboro BASKETBALL MANAGERS Row 1 R. Jones, G. Hanlin, S. Harrison. Row 2 J. Silka, F. Sutter. JUNIOR IIIGII ROW ONE R, Campbell, J. Magee, Coach Glenn McKinney, T. Hanes, B. Chesley, ROW TWO: J. Pahnco, B. Rimpa, C. Lyons, D. Barnes, F. Fox, L. Hurlburt. The Junior High team ended up with one of the best records in the school's history as they closed the season with twelve wins and two losses. Coach McKinney introduced anew man for mandefense this year which was executed very successfully, and made up for the tearn's lack of height. Dick Barnes was the tea.m's leading scorer with 89 points, while Frank Fox tallied 84 points, Bob Rirnpa scored 79 points, and LaVern Hurlburt scored 66 points. 65 .M ff ,M A P .-,5 i --1 ,f,z,,,6,, '. 'Fifi M fe,v,aWa 48426 MZLLV X v " J',r2 an A s , , . ' ' . 7, m , 1 , A ,rl-WWLWWW f7,rj'Z.,f,.,4.4v gig 4EI.!.3g, 6 Zi A .N P sgffx:-Q--4. aw.-f.f-.fEw1Pa n 'A 494-Lb 'w4,a.wgL M' fr" Om'-1 Giwlufffe N PICTURES NOT AVAILABLE Eifgj"f QZMZQQZ-44 Y ..., if Wiwlm KVA WW? 55J9Q,QQQalQ 222,314 ifaiwzwv 67 42: QMIW 'LQ D K3 X405 fff w -' AH- mi v QM WX YxwPQ059 YosaC5v1T A .. Tuxs xs Aon? Vg' X fo Mpoy 2' 9001? N X,4-'gf ?'MW"'i' - 00500 2 W9 'XCR OCTOBER OCTOBER OCTOBER OCTOBER OCTOBER OCTOBER OCTOBER OCTOBER OCTOBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER NOVEMBER NOVEMBER NOVEMBER NOVEMBER NOVEMBER NOVEMBER NOVEMBER NOVE MBER NOVEMBER NOVEMBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER CALENDAR School days, school days, dear old golden rule days. Back to the 3'R's for half day sessions. We won our football game today. As a result of beating Sugar Grove 39 to 26. That was a nice T. D. Jimmy. Hurrah It's Saturday, the first two days' vacation. Connie can't wait to get back to selling meat again. SEATS? They are a little too small. Football ga.me, Union City vs. Corry. One thing for certain, you can't say we weren't in there trying. Another victory for Union. We beat Conneautville, 26-19. Does your speedometer work yet Miss. Cuthbertson? Ask Frank Pollock how he likes the small seats. We lost our first home game to Edinboro, 22-7. Bob seemed to enjoy the hotdogs more than the game. Seniors had their TB x-rays. And that doesn't stand for terrific brains either. Another win for Union City against Waterford by 8 points. Ask Bill Whitaker where he was last night. He looks pretty sleepy. The first PTA meeting since we started to school. Football game with Fairview, we lost 39 to 14. This is the end of American Education Week. Well Pete, so much for edu- cation this year. We had assembly at 2:30. Ask Dick Cochran why he wasn't paying attention. Report cards. Everyone looked happy? Student Council gives us tours of the new school. Everyone is looking forward to tomorrow. Our first day in the new high school. No windows or bones broken. Our first assembly in the new gym. We were entertained by the General Electric Co. The Seniors also held their Thanksgiving Ball. What's wrong, Ruby Jane? Can't you reach the top of the lockers? Carolyn, you're not supposed to be personally aquainted with the turkey. Back to school again. Anybody for algebra? First game of the basketball season. We played Erie East and lost. We had assembly at 2:30. We played basketball at Wattsburg and won by a score of 41 to 32. Foiled again by Erie East. Better luck next time, boys. Played Wattsburg at home and won by 10 points. The Juniors held a record dance after the game. 70 DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER JANUARY JANUARY JANUAR Y JANUARY JANUARY JANUARY JANUARY JANUAR Y JANUARY JANUARY JANUARY JANUARY JANUARY JANUARY JANUARY JANUARY FE BR UAR Y FEBRUARY FEBRUARY FEBRUARY High School vs. Alumni. We won. We played the Corry Beavers and lost, but the boys sure played a swell game. Home Ec. girls held a Christmas party for 12 small children. Everyone had lots of fun. MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE! Don't forget to leave some cocoa out for Santa Clause, Keith. Congratulations go to Pauline Shreve and Hazel Gifford on their recent engagements. PTA holds Snow Ball Dance. Juniors pick out their class rings. I wonder how long Dave will keep his? Vonnie and Sis have just finished making 6 pages of new years resolutions. HAPPY NEW YEAR! Did you usher in the new year, Mr. Blok? Oh Woe! Report cards again. Lost our first league game to Harborcreek by a score of 59 to 57. We played Albion and won by 12 points. The Juniors held a record dance. Charlotte Comstock had her foot operated on. Played Lawerence Park and lost 51 to 48. Dick McGuire late again? As usual. We went to North East to play basketball and we came back happy. We beat them by l point. The PTA sponsored the "January Thaw". Every one hada lot of fun. Miss Davis "shore" likes them square dances. We lost to Girard by a score of 64 to 61. A representative of The Curtis Publishing Co. came and talked to the Juniors about selling magazines this year. We walloped Wesleyville 56 to 39. Dedication Day. Only a ha1.f day of schoolg it must be spotless, you know. Edinboro beat us 60 to 56. The Juniors have started working on their class play, "You Can't Take It With You". Well as one millionaire to the other "If I can't take it with me, I won't go!" The Home Ec. girls had a dinner and invited Mr. Hudson and Mr. Herlinger. Assembly. The school awards were given out. High School vs. Faculty in basketball, which we won. The seniors are all dressed up for graduation pictures. We were defeated by Harborcreek, 64 to 49. The Tri Hi Y had a chili dinner. The Voice Staff had their first meeting. Only one issue this year. School pictures were started. Played basketball at Albion and lost, B4 to 56. 71 FEBR AURY FEBRUARY FEBRUARY FEBRUARY FEBRUARY FEBRUARY FEBRUARY FEBRUARY MARCH MAR CH MAR CH MARCH MARCH MARCH MARCH MARCH MARCH MAR CH MARCH APRIL APRIL APRIL APRIL APRIL APRIL MAY The Seniors are working hard to finish their Fa.mily Relations Book. Well, you might have a family some day Max. We beat Girard by 2 points. The northwestern District Band Festival was held here. All had a lot of fun. Basketball game with Wesleyville. Another victory for us, 53 to 43. George Washington's birthday. 3 cheers for U. C. H. S. upon defeating Edinboro, 59 to 48. Juniors put their play on for the grade students. The Journalism class had a party in honor of the basketball boys in the classg he, only 4 cokes to a customer, Ronnie. Sophomore's had a skating party. Dick McGuire caused a sensation with his leopard trimmed pants. Armed Forces Day. We hear that Jimmy is already to join the Air Force. Had assembly. The seniors are trying to out do each other in P. O. D. these days. The Junior class is having a Sphagetti Dinner. Seniors are starting practice on their play entitled: "There's Always A Murder". Everyone working to raise their grades. We get report cards next week. St. Patrick's Day. The Journalism class had a dinner. Ask Bill Gillete why the moron swallowed his gum. The Sophomore's sponsored a dance. All who attended had fun. We had a movie and also received report cards. B. H. S. Senior sponsored a dance. Journalism class honored Miss Durbin on her birthday today by having a party. April Fools are here to stay, aren't they Art? Good Friday and Easter vacation. An assembly at 9:00. The Seniors present their play. It was received with much enthusiasm and enjoyment. In other words it was the most! Everybody is still talking about the Senior play. Sh, sweet success. Report cards again. At last the final stretch. Seniors are busily preparing for their trip to New York City. 72 MAY MAY MAY MAY MAY JUNE JUNE JUNE JUNE JUNE JUNE 10 Assembly at 2:30. 21 The Home Ec. put on a fashion show. 26 Don't look now but the seniors are running around like a bunch of chickens with their heads cut off. Their not crazy they're only getting ready for their trip. Move over Brooklyn, you ain't seen nothing yet. 27 At last, the Seniors are on their tripg It sure is different from going to 28 school. 29 30 The Seniors arrive home tired but happy. Hey Ward, you've been holding out on us! 1 Junior-Senior Banquet 4 Junior-Senior Prom 5 What time did you get home from the prom, Larry? 6 Baccalaureate, It's all so sad. 8 Graduation. Oh, happy day. 17 Last day of school, lots of luck to you kids next year! 'Anything's better than classes." "I'll take two 'of everything." 73 JUNIUR PLAY-YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU SEATED: W. Willis, W. Woods, P. Michael. STANDING: M. Wilson, B. Lyons, C. Jacobs, B. Gregor, P. Lapek, E. Rice, J. Lasher, Mr. Couch, M. Troyer, B. Gillett, L. Shellito, M. Daley, P. Kowalski, D. Riggs, R. Wojtecki. 74 SENIQR PL AY SEA?ING. Sent ED: YC. Gr when thi? 3'g2IJfiiOr3Ir5 M, C ure' . Sh' ouch was takgiferii it LG Peard . . D- I-iff. , M. rayerxlth' C- ggzlflingha e In .I E 9 N ' Forg TF0 CS yer o Ab-' 'YHERYIS MDW EWS A MURDER STORY O? TRY, YL?-Y Q4 XvXaXes', 6 YcrnaXes'5 ge There' s Always A hlilfdff stems irnrn an ncnm re, murder case and has been xxnarixroonf-h: nrzirsen by J' drama crkncs irorn Malmo to 'Sew York. NY rkmwn hy a .A young oroiesdronnn ice shaker, ki is the fwst omg xo have I an Kee skairng background and to use xhe new rnerhnrn A M oi cornkinnng nhorrkiying rrxeKgr5rarn1C' wkmh "X:xng,h COM Z17. Q provohxng, comedy jf Orrrfrnavnf rgorxmrx nr xhc Yrow' ED J' incexown Ybyhoose in New 'for the omg ks sinX bckn I Y- er done throughout the US. by oroiesxixorxzn sxock rv N T Y N tonrinqx cornnarncs. The 'gmt ccnu-rs around Ylkm ann -STE rncnn 'YagXnr, a young, married connk, who, hi EE RY . an an Rn a Bo-axon oaptr , rnove Rnmo an apart- 6 A C DR nn. Nynbst as ego: as thcyx ngiri 137.5 A,-en TS AAIA open. cy are rm c y 1 'S mix at than Amr, Q 'vffqv-... P a ht ' Ylbthcr- jp? :Jil-2 'Z ,, 'fer XQX5 Stigglieijerrijq egqt ' F' 'U 'fbt f2ff'i?f Sl " d 6 U, 11, fe .650 5 fb paris kifxflip r -Mfr Q 1-rl. D answenng, rnenx Sour ifxghts D strange xhrngs hkgrn ko ha rnystcdous ohone cnXX-5, 2. statue r and 5 gn chrnos Rn thekr window. The hang 3 Kne Horton, psanrst anrloaoghxcr oi a go ge, v 6 rehs how hergfprano partner, Lawrence Shep- I denw drsnpovtnrco. ix seems Sheognrn tf1,3.'?, I bar A O I' J r oi xhe forrY1eaXcnRr:, t tev.c .let tags, ho !,t,n2,,I r G XCCQ, YXXCX I, YTWSY js' I al 8 Iglndpas fat eh, ,bu of cnnwxnce Y hh", 0,1 , , bffr, f7,, -rd fl, an fwwwawwwwwwxo .fc ,3sro,Oh.I.J.,q cb 5f1,2:rU1Zi?onjg.1rS?ngf of Onbagnlzmfht, S or Q on ng ,,3.JlbC'g.,dl7,k enpqnffvnv 6,7 o,. buf-'Ice ka? lofgcky doe y Q 'Q I 717:-5.1 fibres 1,1 ,o , 0 I them an yard, has sod was aXso the stepfbroxhr: Haywocb, and sXo-mg, rirece by 9 gnwe khe nwskcry. S-he xrkcs, mo, xo xhm not onhl has 3 murder hcen cnmnnned hm th ' dropped on Hn xheir hathtnhX Kkrn rust Xnoghs 21303 I,-Q, ioohsh notkons, but Druckhn, undnunu-A, cnmknnes 'hu' 558, c fron more does, whxch knchxnc 2. hrnkq-n recom, rr 'd,.:0z,'7p,l .h so newspaper shoving, and a 'noxne oi ionnameh-gcXe. "r u 'n 'fire' . ,cj ,U md. It . , ffm 23,4120 5:0311 lc pn ,'r 14.1-9 'Fr fl-' 5' 1 bf.olIJIhl,,S fo rhrlflb- . Sli' Irs ss 0 is '1 f :grgr 111.77 'lx-'IV . ' bb. Ill, big! rlpoffupns allrjll' ' ,Ill - MWNQHMH cd.-I'-I r,,,,f1xl. .1 UI, I,-s' I ugh! nf' l,,Z'rt,'s fbi, 7?S..l holy 1f,1lfh,. . ' I 75 'Hur-ms Moron co, M QED. BEFORE 3+ '1'-34.5414 My ERIE COUNTY MOTOR CLUB This year a new subject was offered to the students, driver's training. The car was donated to the school by Thomas Motors. This course which lasts one semester is taught by Mr. McKinney. The picture above shows Loren Thomas of Thomas Motors presenting the car to Mr. McKinney as Merle Sexton, president ofthe Board of Education, and Mr. Hudson, Supervising Principal, look on. Below is apicture of the car inwhich Phyllis Hamilton, Mary Lee Walford and Mr. McKinney narrowly escaped when it was struck by a train. Later it was replaced for the use of the school. AFTER F Yami . 76 STUDENT COUNCIL 1 Aifv- , lili ill-dm l ggi SEATED: L. Barstow, W. Huckno, W. Gregory, M. Troyer, Mr. Her- linger, C. Alexander, C. Beale, R. Maryott, M. Kopnitsky, G. Rowland. STANDING: G. Sterling, Jane Magee, Joan Magee, E. Burger, D. Riggs, D. Gay, B. Smith, A. Steves, G. Schlak, S. Harrison. ABSENT when picture was taken: H. Fisk, The Student Council has been very active this year. Last year's councils from Union City and Bloomfield kept on until the mid-term. During this time they were helpful in familiarizing the student body with the new building. Marilyn Cunningham, Larry Peard, and Carol Beale were sent to a Student Council Convention at Westview, Pennsylvania, where they had a very enlightening time. The Student Council has given tours throughout the year around the building. They are also responsible for a radio program every other week which helps to inform people of the school's work. OFFICERS ARE: President. . . ...... Mervin Troyer Vice President . . . .Connie Alexander Secretary . . t. . . .Carol Beale ea 55? 78 FUTURE FARMERS H68 if-Q in 'YO FIRST ROW: R. Bowen, K. Williamson, R. Troyer, H. Pollack, R. Butler, N. Troyer, Mr. Menoher, M. Troyer, E. Laughery, J. Zajac, B. Thomas, C. Lyons. SECOND ROW: P. Robinson, L. Gross, P. Zajac, G. Hanlin, M. Weilacher, R. Hegner, J. Smith, T. McGuire, R. Campbell, D. Brooks, H. Goodwill, B. Waid. THIRD ROW: R. Curtis, D. Brumagin, H. Wright, F. Shreve, D. Lyons, W. Shreve, R. Richardson, G. Troyer, F. Sutter, W. Doutt, M. St. John, C. Cross, M. King, C. Blakeslee, D. Gilson, J. Toohey. mam, fin x 'Q 0 Richard Butler and Frank Pollack were Norman Troyer and Frank Pollack won presented with Keystone Farmer degrees. gold medals in their respective projects This is the highest award the state can this year. The gold medal indicates first offer. in the state. 79 NCU. FUTURE FARMERS One of the Agriculture de- partment's largest proje cts has been the landscaping of the new school. Howard Pollach and Melvin Weilacher prepare the ground for seeding. .L - , The F, F, A. participates with the rest of the county in a weekly television program. Here Clyde Short demonstrates the art of shearing sheep. One of the agriculture classes s p r e ad hay over the freshly seeded school grounds. Y FUTURE FARMERS Mr. Menoher shows C h u ck Blakeslee and Fred Sutter how to use an acetylene torch. 7 Another of the F. F. A.'s projects has been to keep the snow plowed around the school. Richard Butler is using the agriculture departments trac- tor to clean the area in front of the school. Shop periods are a regular part of the agriculture course. Richard Hegner, Francis Shreve, Dick Gilson, and Jim Smith are finishing off some rough lumber. FUTURE IIOMEMAKERS FIRST ROW: C. Tucker, J. Magee, J. Headrick, N. Rowland, T. Pollack, C. Jacobs, F. Layden, W. Woods, M. Porter, Miss Bottenhorn, J. Carroll, E. Proper, J. Schulz, B. Roberts, E. Sterling, P. Whitehill, K. Butler, J. Parkin. SECOND ROW: C. Martin, A. Shamp, D. Wiggers, J. Gibbons, H. Fisk, M. Hall, P. Palmer, J. Bartholme, M. Clark, J. Sexton, C. Malek, C. Laughery, A. Leonard, L. Rupp, W. Musiek, C. Beale, J. Troyer, M. Walford. THIRD ROW: J. Comstock, C. Comstock, P. Frey, M. Bidwell K. Hatch, P. Kowalski, C. Gregory, C. Besonson, L. Thorne, E. Rice, C. Thomas N. Lasher, A. Rogers, J. Smith, B. Hopkins, V. Clark, R. Maryott, C. B. Gregory Y. McLain, B. Weed, J. Clark. 1 1 1 The Hom e Economics Department in the Erie County schools participated in electinga Cherry Pie Queen. Union City's entry was Janet Comstock. Her pie placed third. f 2 , Eff X , vs N . 1914 S if f 4-f i f if - --'J. " S X 'F X : 82 FUTURE IIOMEMAKERS Joan Gibbons, Gladys Trebik, Edna Sterling, Shirley Campbell, Wanda Musiek, Lettiejean Rupp, and Janet Smith are cut- tinga pattern. Often these girls make their own clothes. Our activities this year were rather limited owing to the fact that we didn't start school until November. However, more girls than have attended in previous years represented Union City at the annual convention in Wilkes-Barre. Officers Are: Florence Layden, Pat Kowalski, Cecile Gregory, Velma Clark, and Jean Clark are shown demonstrating the auto- matic washing machine and dryer. It is one of the Home Ec. girls activities to keep the Athletic Depart- ment's towels clean. President . . . . . Mary Porter Vice President . . . . . Janice Carroll Treasurer . . . . . Lora Lou Thorne Secretary. . .... Carol Beale Ill-Y ll Q . 3 A Qi if? .1 X , ,A , ,V , . 5 . it 1 ,i ,. 3 1 Z . E . m i 5 3 I ,, s f i FIRST ROW: R. Goodwin, D. Cochran, R. Seidler, Mr. Fair. SECOND ROW: J. Shreve, E. Shuster, D. Michaelson. Absent when picture was taken: L. Peard, A. Steves, F. Sutter, N. Troyer. Officers are: President .... . . Norman Troyer Vice President . . . . . Rex Seidler Secretary .... . . Dick Cochran Advisor .... .... M r. Fair The Hi-Y Club is affiliated with the Young Men's Christian Association. It is a world wide organization. It was founded in 1870 by a group of boys in Ionia, Michigan. The purpose of the Hi-Y is, "To create, maintain and extend throughout the school and com- munity, high standards of Christian Character. " The slogan of the Hi-Y is: Clean living, Clean speech, Clean sports, and Clean scholarship. The objectives of the club are: Health betterment, Mental development, Service achievement, and Spiritual enrichment. -, X' ',.,,.,m lik. .Rx '.lllS"'l llllul. I gill!!! ' ., 1 X 'X GVSPZI' 84 TRI-Ill-Y FIRST ROW: F. Layden, R. Shellito, J. Allen, C. Gregory, R. Griffith, Miss Cuthbertson, C. Jacobs, R. Steadman, P. Frey. SECOND ROW: T. Laird, M. Porter, P. Kowalski, K. Hatch, E. Rice, S. Hall, J. Carroll, H. Fisk, E. Gross, J. Parkin, C. Butler. THIRD ROW: D. Wiggers, L. Thorne, S. Campbell, J. Holder, J. Clark, C. Beale, B. Weed. FOURTH ROW: S. Carson, B. St. John, M. Jordan, D. Bisbee, S. Neilson, M. Daley, Y. McLain. The Tri-Hi-Y Club is an organization composed of high school girls under the spon- sorship of the Young Men's Christian Association. The Tri-Hi-Y for girls is a companion organization to the Hi-Y Club for boys and together they form the high school youth pro- gram of the Young Men's Christian Association. The purpose of the Tri-Hi-Y Clubs is: "To create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian Character. " The activities during the year were a chili supper, a district meeting of the Tri-Hi- Y held in Cambridge Springs, a spaghetti supper, and an Older Girls Conference held in Corry. Officers are: President .... . . .Ruth Griffith Vice President . . . . . Carol Jacobs Secretary Sr. Treasurer ..... Cecile Gregory Faculty Advisor .... Miss Cuthbertson 85 PRE-COLLEGE l ROW ONE: C. Tucker, K, Hatch, D. Wiggers, C. Beale, L. Thorne, M. Cunning- ham, Miss Durbin, L. Kopnitsky, P, Kowalski, J. Burns, D, McGahen, E. Rice, M. Walford, M. Gillam. ROW TWO: D. Riggs, E. Shuster, W. Hordusky, M, Porter, M. Clark, J. Comstock, C. Thomas, A. Steves, H. Drayer, E. Simpson, J. Watson. ROW THREE: W, Bliley, L, Peard, K. Williams, J. Thomas, D, Bur- gess, J. Lasher, M. Dugaw, D. Barnes, H. Hegner. The Union City Pre-College Club continued to maintain alibrary of college catalogues and vocational pamphlets for the use of all students. Greater interest was shown this year and more materials were used. Various members of the club were guests of the following colleges: Ed- inboro, Behrend Center, Slippery Rock, Westminster College, Allegheny College, Case Insti- tute, and Gannon. Activities of the club included: October 16 Attended College Night at Strong Vincent High School November 10 Representative from Allegheny College--Mr. Nomer November 24 Attended Medical Career Conference At St. Vincent in Erie. February 10 Visitation at Behrend Center February 18 Representative from Buffalo University--Mrs. Obrecht February 24 Visitation and testing at Gannon College in Erie. March 3 Visitation and testing at Indiana State Teachers College March ll Sponsored Armed Forces Day March 12 Attended Slippery Rock College. 86 . , , 1 f i 1 - 1 ' 1 N I -n i 1, ,- Q ..,,,... -,Mtg - U L 4 Lffiflf' , -VW--3TI , " LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Nag Hmliwislf flilfliitllig T 5 ren ,q if, l "TTT W1 A V E gm'-,J ,gg M 5. K , " 'T SEATED: N, Troyer, A, Wilson, E. Herlinger, BJ. Reynolds, Tucker. STANDING: M. Dugaw, W. Hordusky, J, Troyer, Miss Durbin, E. Proper, R. Patten, J, Lasher. The library assistants were volunteer workers who were interested in helping in the li- brary. They have had experience in shelf reading, charging in ann out of books, assisting other students in reference work and general library work. During the year they had a dinner and attended one of the basketball games as a group. One member had full charge of the periodicals, while another was given the full responsibility of the vocational file. The assistants have been a wonderful help to Miss Durbin, the librarian. ' 1 E 1,'ffrfiiilfsif-xgliii, 562 LA FRE , ,. . .J A X . . ,1' 1 3 - .Ll .Z fa, FIRST ROW: R. Wojtecki, D. Riggs, K. Williams, C. Beale, M. Dugaw, W. Gregor, A. LaDow, J, Lasher, Mrs. Michael, P. Michael, W. Hordusky, J. Burns, D. McGahen, M. Jordan, P. Lapek, W. Woods, M. L. Walford, J. Bennett. SECOND ROW: J. Troy- er, M. J. Gillam, B.J. Shreve, C. Drayer, J. Comstock, K. Tucker, H. Fisk, J. Gib- bons, L, L. Thorne, C. Thomas, P. Kowalski, C. Jacobs, N. Rowland, MA. Clark, C. Martin, B.J. Reynolds. THIRD ROW: R. Lilley, G. Mosher, H. Hegner, E. Simpson, P. Blakeslee, J, Barnes, E. Burger, R. Thomas, D. White, V. Kuczaj, J, Watson. ABSENT when picture was taken: R. Holland, E. Rowland, G. Schlak, B.J. Zafiropulos, J. Woods. The La Fre Club is composed of French and Latin students. This year the group enjoyed a skating party at Corry in March, and a picnic at Canadohta Lake in May. The following officers were elected: President--Keith Williams, Vice President--Mary Jane Gillam, Secretary---Treasurer --Helen Fisk. if r . .X . .dsx ,Szfz We.- V . v tx ir.:45W. 3 . Q ,align I x nv 1 5... . X1 Z fe I ' ITN ITS I7 7' I-.27-I-1 8 8 AROUND SCHOOL "Not that way--this way. " l I 'f f. "Don't Jiggle! I" I only get a chance like this once a "I've got to set a good example. " year. " 89 X, Xxx! TY 5. .. ,WSL 'QMS S wevswwf N X s ., 'I f 15- X i f -. . . lx, -V x M , .-. 2 . - Ja" 1 Z'h .Xl 5 V lLQl CQlg0Dy V MI- Pi - f 2 WI-MCH TWIN HASTHE TONY? CDO x XX QQNQAEK ' U l I ' X I ll! X ,I Ziff! f f z',f"" fW WM Q' f A , ' 'lli :nil if X ,T E -:glwnouu lK0f1NKllu111' X i ff X f' ---A 1 W' f iffy ff V 1 ' Q Z gTZTZWf4m 4 f if if W 13 Z Z 51 Z IZ 35 ff ffm! ff, ' ,f F11 ,,,r I 1212 ,MJ-L1 3 I X ff! ,. lf f ' F A ', V , T f" A f ff? X , vf , ' 5 1 f Z, CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS of '54 NA'l'l0NAL BANK Union City, Pennsylvania IMEMBER OF F. D. I. CJ ill-llO 10 l 0l1o 1g 92 I o 0 7 Best Wishes Compliments of ALFRED OLDS 0 MIDDLETON'S Florist HARDWARE 'Flowers Of Quality' . 101 East High Street I 37 North Ma1n Street Phone 158 or 558 s o l 0 0 l m E R R IL L S ' Q D PHOTOGRAPHY U .-I-l o 0 o s W0 ' ' Compliments of 'C -Q f ' 5 'S RUTHJANE WATTS BEAUTY SALON fy fl , W Union City. Pa. , 5 ' Phone 19 Compliments gf . o g o O Compliments of DRY CLEA ER ' PETERS LUNCH M in St t 30 South a 'ee 18 North Main street Union City, Pa. ' Union City, Pa. l nO l-.-U 93 1 THE RED 8: WHITE Home Owned -- G. L. Spencer We deliver Mon. , Tues. , and Thu. Compliments of . PALACE THEATER u""' ' ' I Compliments of FIRTH'S SERVICE STATION T Riceville Corners 9 l s 0 0 l v w Compliments of JOH KREL P0 T 6773 Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U. S. Union City, Pennsylvania a n g o o v o ui 94 g O I qw O-I G and H SUPER MARKET . 33 N. Main St. l Union City, Penna, The Best of Good Foods Lowest Prices Always o -4- 1 ' v 'A . . . 'Ti . '-- 'S nl' 'f fi? -igqggzfw-A .Q , s Z'-E::L1:4'S'3 fH w e - is x..,,- !E?i'.'QfQb'Q-.,v'v.:.v,zq:4g: V n 405991, r 5 6 -C-.Sl-Isl-I s 0 I Congratulations to Compliments of the Class of 1954 . W. W. BLA-KESLEE KING'S DRESS SHOP PLUMBING -HEATING I as S. Main sr. O Qualify f0I' Less' Union City, Pa. o 0 n. 4 - --- o4 Compliments of Compliments of . l UNION SERVICE CO. 27 1l2 North Main St. Union City, Pa. ' l 95 W. F. COMSTOCK Wood Products 103 South Main St, 0 Union City, Pa. FOOD OF QUALITY SINCE 192 6 Congratulations to Class of 1954 RITZ RESTAURANT UNION CITY CORRY William and Mary Candy The Famous Pennsylvania Candies I I A , 4 K +R ., IX Y 'A N V ' T .f ' I. N C " ' O 'N 1 I XJ! lg! yx JK' if ,7lJi:1'va.- ,X -LV ' N, 7 iff' O a l ' ' 0 ' 1 96 Compliments of H. li. MUSSER FU ERAL HOME Ambulance Service Phone 58 Union City, Pa. TAYLOR'S JEWELRY o Union City 8: Corry, Pa. Phone 472J Phone 30-872 All Work Guaranteed 0 Keepsake Diamonds-Elgin Watches THE UNION CITY CHAIR COMPANY ' Manufacturers of Wood-Seat Chairs and Rockers Union City, Pa. ' 1 Compliments to the Class of '54 Congratulations to BISBEE IMPLEMENT CO. the Class of 1954 8 Wes: High st. ' International Harvester Farm Equipment - Refrigeration Farm Supplies - Hardware A and P , I o Q o Compliments of JAMES LOWES MICHAELSON'S CAFE Manager Union City, Pa. ' o . o 0 0 0 0 0 0 l o Compliments of ' G. L. F. 0II. BUILDING SERVICE Fertilizer, Dusts, Spray ' Materials, Weed Killers West High Street Ext. 0 O o s I 0 l 0 Compliments of . ' GEER'S EMERSON'S RED 8: WHITE Used Cars Bought and Sold 24 Hour Wrecker Service 98 East High Street ' Phone Riceville 2921 Union City, Pa. Q 0 0 a o o c u c o - Anything and Everything Best Wishes . for the Home 0 to the Class of 1954 BOSS 8- WHIPPLE UNION CITY MFG. CO. APPLIANCE CO. Wood Handles and Specialties Phone 479 Union City, Pa. Q O 0 . Q U I - Compliments of ' H0'I'EI C0 GIIO Union City, Penna. Mr. 8: Mrs. W. D. Smith Q f c n v o o vi 98 ROSE ELECTRIC , Compliments of 0 For CRIBB'S GROCERY Wiring Ku Television 7 Warden St. Phone 503 o o Union City Union City, Pa, 0 ' n 0 1o . 0 We Extend Our Congratulations D And Sincere Best Wishes for the Future for the Graduating Class of 1954. YORK and F0 TER. I C. - Manufacturers of 3 J f - . - g Q 9 - l Congratulations SMILEYS i n a o Breakfast Room and Dinette Suites . and Chairs IQ! Q0 Q I- Compliments of JOHN REJZER O Beverages Phone 1 13 -W O 17 Market Street Union City, Pa. Q . 0 0 O I 99 W. M. SMITH Coal and Coke C ompliments of THE ' H. B. LY co. l I C Gasoline and Oils 11 West High Street O Union City, Pa, ' it .Q 9 0 S Compliments of BETTY HEATON'S BEAUTY SALON Union City, Pa. QQ 4-I-UQUQIC L. SHADE 8: SON R. Wholesale Tires Lee and General Compliments of Exide Batte rie s O O H 24 Hour Wrecker Service ' Q o o o Compliments of Glass-Wallpaper-Paints . 0 GRANT'S GROCERY Union City, Pa. 97 East High Street Union City, Pa. 0-0 0- Q-' ' l 100 9 l O 4-l Congratulations to Class of 1954 MY Fc. cum and sow LUPT ' B sf xl ' 'gk V. Nik' V t..,. 1 I ttf . a ns Compliments of KING'S BARBER SHOP Wm. King Women's Apparel Union City, Pa. Across from Old High School UNION CITY TAXI Phone 469 Day and Night Service Compliments of TUBBS GROCERY 89 Waterford Street Union City, Pa. Compliments of O CONSUMEIl 0lL C0. I Union City, Penna. "For Friendly Service" Mobilgas ------ Mobiloil 4 n 0 ' 4' f X231 s . o o e 101 Congratulations CAFLI CH BUILDERS SUPPLY East High Street Union City, Pa. Compliments of C Neil L. Jones PLUMBING AND HEATING 16 Perry St. Union City, Pa. v u Q . . Compliments of Everything from the ground up. Estimates Cheerfully Given. PEASE GROCERY C Groceries-Meats Q 0 QI Q Q 9- 9 O STANDARD CHAIR COMPANY 4 "Chair Craftsmen since 1899" Union City, Penna. C ompliment s of GLENN FUNERAL UUME Robert H. Glenn I g4l Ael,lz Mark C. Glenn Ambulance Service . Q , Union City, Pa. O. HENRY'S GARAGE Q Union City, Pa. Phone 38 oq a 1 o 'I02 5 O . 2' 5' " V 1-it WATTSBURG LUMBER COMPANY ,-ggi,-3, ' ' 5 .i . Wattsburg, Pa. ' saggy Vg? Q X45 U .K K n 1 'lg Lumber ---- M111 Work Q35 H1 58 ' Hijxlvx Niger , 945 Q 111 li S CWMA4 .2-..f.z-fnnvignni-1..lvs4 TASTE BUD TREAT - ---- --- ---- . . . delicious - just the treat to set your taste buds tingling in tune with Spring! Enjoy one today. lt'l made with generous scoops of our extra- Compliments creamy . . . extra rich Ice ' cream. QUALITY CASH STORES 7 N. Main Street 48 S. Main Street 250 , GATE Prescription Drug Store 4 o O . . ' Ca Congratulations HERBERT E, HAMMOND i X, XX if 'Xi ' Hunting and Fishing in Equipment and Licenses T so 70 North Main Street 60005 Compliments of Q o a c U ull 0 i R F Yo'-ING Compliments of O I HA w A THOMAS MOTOR CO. ,,,- r . CHEVROLET Union City, Pa. ! -if Sales and Service lo a . 4 a n n o 103 o 0 o 1 0 0 QC Compliments of Best Wishes to the HAYES GROCERY ' Class Of 1954 John Chundr-lek GEORGE T, MICHAEL Phone 355-M 6 S. Main St. 66 North Main st, ' Union City, Pa. Union City, Penna, Maytag Philco O . g - 0 Q I g Q I Compliments of Compliments of , CO0PERA'I'lVE ASSO. a "Service With a Smile" PPIJY west High street Ext. . Phone 83 l " I 3 , ffla. f f U W no - -'-il E I 9 c ,- 9 Q O- Congratulations O C0mP1iments of SHREVE'S GROCERY Waterford Street PERRY S, MILLER , Union City, Penna l Q o o Q in Q 9 104 lo - l p n o LAYDE ' RESTAURANT fs, P 9 '4 ' T Union City, Pa. QQ'-'-0-014-0 0-4 H. L. GIFFORD A Compliments of O Groceries-Meats-Ice Cream SMOLLEK'S BILLIARDS Phone 3443 Riceville North Main Street O Riceville, PH. Union City, Pennsylvania 3 0 - Q a 'Q I H 0 5 - 9 Q 0 CLUTE TRACTOR SALES "You Can Get It At Mandels" Wattsburg, Pa. DAVID MANDEL 18-20 N. Main St. Union City, Pa. Mens Clothes 8: Shoes For Work or Play T R A C T 0 R Q ' 0 Q 4 o o TELL THE WORLD WITH SIGNS HATCH and TREAT Advertising and Promotion Gardner Building Union City, Pennsylvania a- .-n-:ia-lqlo-la. o1gl. T05 52 North Main Street ' McCRILLIS GROCERY Groceries and Meats Lincolnville, Pa. Phone 2572 Riceville Compliments of RAY'S TAVERN Wattsburg, Pa, Dorthy 8: Raymond Rutkowski 0 Congratulations HOWARD PALMER EXCAVATOR Ditching - -Bulldozing Fill- -Dirt - -Gravel 0 Q 0 PAUL L. HUNTER General Trucking Sn Moving Union City, Pa. I . j'gH.if5fiwU9K VA" - . 1 l I V l AP-TITE l C. Mfg. of Quick Connecting and Disconnecting Couplers LI . s g -. l o . u e o 1 v s . Compliments of CONGDON BARBER SHOP F,W, Barber, Prop. Dick Barber Bill Flick George Gerdy Best Wishes SMITH'S FURNITURE STORE 20 South Main St. Union City, Pa. Phone 82-R GLENN'S CLOTHING Work 8: Play Clothes Compliments of D. H. MCCLINTOCK Wallpaper--Paint--Glass Armstrong Quaker Rugs Phone 380 - 5 O O Compliments of u BALDWIN ELECTRIC O O ul . Q p o Congratulations ERIE -C RAWFORD DAIRY CO -OPE RATIVE ASSO. Union City, Pa. .. rr-- sf' ,, : 5 Market Street O Union City, Pennsylvania I X it X X v vlv 'i' 0 v y AIKENS' STORE Compliments of Groceries--Meats--Produce EASTMAN MFG. COMPANY 8 Market Street 70 S0l1th Main Street Union City, Pa. , Union City, Perma. I 0 o ai o a a o 107 0 1 Q Q Compliments of BISHOP'S GROCERY Groceries 8: Meats South Main Ext, lax 1 iiinzifif 4 10212, " ' TREAT' t ' 9 f O Q Compliments of YORKLINE INC. Mfg. of Chrome 81 Painted Tubular Dinettes 'f idyf' X .fix " 6 X' O -- ' MORSE'S DRUG STORE Men's and Boys' Wear For ' Over A Century ' O ,MN , 0 a Compliments of MRS. c. D. SMITH ' I Parlor Grocery Phone 66-W Q YN! J excl!! DRUG STORE Union City, Pa, o o Compliments of CARLSON and WALFORD X ' x Gas and Oil ' x Union City, Pa. o 0 n 0 108 Union City X xv N5 Q la Q i l Best Wishes Compliments of WESTERN AUTO MARIAN 8: BOB CUNNINGHAM "wfff1AU'0 Ag'1i':'f ASSOCIATE STORE Furrliture Lester R. Lopus, Owner , Union City, Pa, Ric eville, Pa. Corry, Pa, itll-q. uno s-. lD. -' l "' 1n WAGMA 'S 50 to 81.00 'l'0RE Your Self-Service Variety Store" During and After School Union City's Modern Busines Block 4-6 N. Main 64 o, fd CHURCH'S PINE WOODS INN Beverages Sandwiches-Lunches Route 6 Between Corry and Union City Pa LEBARO P0 'r 4 WAN1, Compliments of B9 G09 IWW! s,,.1lll.n F? vnff Qkx 1:- wt 441 X,,5,.! I, EG ull .txt sbxx I' '00 ,ix glxlll Q5 47 G N: 1 ss 4, X Q' Q ' SVS agq' spfs If n s I I I Compliments of GLENN COMSTOCK Bus Service , amnuiiilel A Mil glial Q ,YN l .gl I X ' ' -1 I , X' - sa- -W - " , . lo -vol-vn e v S o o- s n Q g g o ii s Congratulations to the Class of 1954 Union City, Pa, 91-ut . .missin . 4 . . . g Compliments of Compliments of SUNBEAM BAKERY F. R. CHESLEY 8: SON Erie, Pa. ' U 0 ' li5 l l l Compliments of ' Compliments of -'rms w and w on, cop CA TEE EIWICE 480 1 Peach Street ' "Ty" Winans ' Erie, Pa. o'1"'A"""-3 ' PENNZUII- "'4L-uw' -vcd 'nl 'il-l-in-ij 110 Q01 I o QU 0 o 1 Compliments of 1 of Union City Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Deposits Insured up to S 10, 000. o - Q, 9 I 5 5 oeposnrs 5 '-Q EBQDGREDQ AS Q01 CED l O Ill l - WATERFORD L Every Thursday EADER UNI ON CITY TIMES -EN Monday and Thursday WILL R0 E EW PAPER GIRARD CO Every Thursday SMOPOLITE -HE RAL CAMBRIDGE SPRING U D EDINBO RO Every Thursday S ENTERPRISE -NEWS Monday and Thursday 5 4 H2 M TERPRISE INDEPENDENT Compliments of McCRILLIS BROS. Bus Service COMPLIMENTS OF THE I Q H O Q CLIFFORD YOUNG Grocery Store - Pennzoil Station R. D. 53 Union City ' Phone Riceville 2716 MIIDEI. DAIRY CIIMPA Y . 7 es - Q ll 'IH --- u-n o -, , 4 n l 'C ' 4 ' A AV' ' If ' XXV AI l WE HAVE ENJOYED SERVING U. C. H. S. STUDENTS 1908 to 1954 I IA KAIII , ,o ui c l g FIRST, FAIR AND FACTUAL" Daily Sn Sunday CLARABELLE M. ALLEN AHlHlHlQl e uu I13 E ERIE DI PATCH ' 5.4 E f V3 K7 5 at Compliments of UNION IRON WORKS Paul C. Rouse YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME Union City AT THE ' '-il 0 inn!! Sincere Compliments of Pa. 01:1 . "THE CORNERETTEH UNl0N CITY DI 0B RmHamAL . Groceries - Meats - Confectionary Atlantic Gas - Oil - Accessories Union City, Pa. 134 S. Main Union City 1 o ai-In 1 ll' . .il , . WEET Compliments of I U CE CY GREEN ACRES GREENHOUSE 1 md Short 8' S0117 THE OLDEST AGENCY Milfifnfggeggtfmsgsion IN ERIE COUNTY a l Q 0 Raymond A. Blythe John W. Gates Compliments of Phone 477 Union City, Penna. 1 COURNEEN GROCERY QQ?-is west High sf. 'E' Union City, Pa. ' 0 I 4 s o Q 114 u e g FROM THE MEDICAL STAFF of the STEM MEMORIAL HOSPl'l'AI. V 5 o l 0 l no o s COMPLIMENTS OF n Compliments of O RICE HOTEL 0 Union City Pa. ' v n o a 3 Perry St. Union City, Pennsylvania ROSIER'S HOME FURNISHINGS ' Quality Furniture for Less ' I nge A. Blackstone Washers F1 C sl A li s d TV There's a F Q , I 10" NWC! ro ey pp me an f 80 South Main St. " q II X Phone 436 I A Open Evenings 'til 8:00 P. M. Saturdays 'til 9:00 P. M. o - v -- o v 0 s COMPLIMENTS OF Compliments of . s CLARKS SHOE STORE 0 M A O I Congrats to Class of '54 98 South Main Street Union City O "" 'l' ' ' ' CARL and RosE THOMAS Best Wishes Q O Q 4 'IL fi I flak ,VX BLoss DRUGS All " - l '. K , Sl-be .ss Walgreen Agency W ivy f 1 a gX , Union City Pa. ' X 'If j l O-0- 116 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '54 O BILL CRANDALL AL WIGGERS o u l o l o Eat at HERB AND HELEN'S O ALICE and JoE's ' Ice Cream 131- LUNCH The Friendliest Place In Town" A Good Place . T0 Eat Waterford Penna. 0 5 -1 5 D s 0 Harold Drayer Phyllis Hamilton Carol Beale Elsie Gross 1 l 1 Art Steves ,K 'UW aff? X t Jfl f nw gl fn. L Max Dugaw Rae Maryott . 3. s,, IQ' -' Wkf 0 ,-f4x Harold Drayer Ed Shuster Elsworth Shade Richard McQuire ' 'X f ,. 0 'Q 9 ., . ,, m y JRE :fb T 4493- ' ' Larry Peard 0 a . 4 4 0 q o H7 Upon each page listed below can be found reference to the senior after whose name the number appears. Balczon, Leon Barnes, Douglas Barstow, Kenneth Beale, Carol Bennett, Robert Bliley, Ward Bogardus, Robert Brown, Ethel Burgess, Donald Butler, Richard Caldwell, Robert Chundrlek, Marion Church, Margret Clark, Jean Clark, Richard Cochran, Richard Comstock, Charlotte Cunningham, Marilyn Doutt, Wesley Doutt, Winifred Drayer, Harold Jr. Drayer, Ronald Dugaw, Max Estes, Alberta Fish, Richard Forbes, Elaine Gifford, Hazel Gregory, Cecil Griffith, Ruth Gross, Elsie Gross, Martha Hamilton, Phyllis 25, 26, 27, 28, 33. 26 27, 33, 41, 54, 55, 60, 61, 62, 64, 67, 27, 29, 31, 33, 49, 50, 51, 75, 78, 82, 83 8 16, 25, , , 25, 27, 33. 16, 25, 26, 117. 26, 23, 34 62, 64 89 25, 26, 27 23, 33 73 25, 27, 32 25, 26, 27 33, 54 55 25, 27, 34 49, 50 51 25, 26, 28 31, 34 41 26, 23, 33 25, 23, 34 25, 26, 28 29, 34 73 25, 26, 27 23, 33 65 25, 23, 34 25, 26, 28 34, 54 55, 17, 25, 23, 31, 33, 71, 18, 25, 23, 29, 30, 33, 26, 23, 31, 34, 79. 25, 26, 30, 31, 73. 18, 25, 23, 31, 49, 50, 25, 27, 32, 62, 64, 72. 18, 25, 26, 27, 33, 72, 18, 25, 26, 27, 29, 32, 25, 27, 32 19, 26, 27, 29, 32, 49, 25, 30, 31, 34, 71. 19, 25, 30, 31, 34, 54, 25, 26, 29, 30, 31, 32, 19, 25, 30, 33, 54, 55, 25, 30, 33 19, 25, 26, 30, 31, 33, 86 54 49 82 70 n I 1 .9 I 54, I I 55 50 B3 84 55, 54, 87, 55, 51, 56, 55, 85, 55, 60, 61, 62, 64, 67 51, 79, 81. 85. 89. 71, 75, 77, 78, 86. 55, 73, 75, 86, 117 88, 117. 56. 54, 55, 56, 75. 75, 82, 83, 85, 56, 75, 77, 85. 117. 56, 76, 117, 118. Hanlin, Francis Holland, I Richard Hordusky, Walter Hurlburt, Marvin Jordan, Martha Kimmy, Jewel Laughery, Edward Layden, Florence Maryott, Rae McGuire, Richard McLain, Yvonne Merkle, Kenneth Mosher, Donald Peard, Larry Pollack, Frank Porter, Mary Proper, Elaine Richardson, James Shade, Ellsworth Shamp, Alice Shreve, John Shreve, Pauline Shreve, Wayne Shuster, Edward Steadman, Ruby Steves, Arthur St. John, Beverlie Squire, Charles Thomas, James Trebik, John Troyer, Norman Turner, James Waid, William Weilacher, Melvin Whitaker, William Williams, Keith Williamson, Kenneth Zajac, Joseph INDEX 19, 25, 30, 32, 89. 20, 25 30, 34, 33. 2, 20, 25, 26, 27, 30, 32, 51, 86, 87, 33. 20, 25 30, 34 2, 20, 25, 30, 32, 54, 55, 56, 85, 33. 20, 25, 26, 30, 31, 32, 53, 54, 55, 56. 20, 25, 28, 31 73 79. 20, 25, 29, 31 32, 32, 83, 85s 2, 20, 25, 26, 28, 29, 31 49, 50, 51, 53, 54, 55, 56, 78, 3 2, 21, 25, 30, 34, 54, 55 59, 60, 67, 71, 72, 117. 2, 21, 25, 28, 34, 54, 55 56, 71, 75, 82, 85. 2, 21, 25, 26, 27, 30, 31 33, 73. 2, 21, 25, 30, 34. 2, 15, 21, 25, 26, 29, 30, 34, 54, 55, 73, 75, 78, 34, 36, 21, 25, 29, 32, 41 60, 61, 67, 70, 79. 2, 21, 25, 26, 29, 32, 55, 56, 69, 82, 83, 35, 86. 2, 21, 25, 28, 34, 54, 55, 56, 32, 87. 22, 25 30, 31, 61 67, 70, 72. 2, 22, 25, 30, 31, 117. 2, 22, 25, 26, 28, 29, 31, 82. 22, 25 30, 33 49 50, 51, 34. 22, 25 28, 34 71 22, 25 28, 31 73 79. 2, 22, 25, 30, 32, 54, 55, 59, 60, 61, 67, 75, 84, 86, 117. 2, 22, 25, 26, 29, 32, 70, 85. 2, 23, 25, 26, 30, 31, 33, 54, 55, 59, 60, 61, 62, 64, 67, 7 84, 86 23, 25 26, 29 32, 54 55, 56, 69, 77, 35. 23, 25 26, 30 31 23, 25 26, 30 33, 86 24, 25, 28, 34 2, 23, 25, 28, 31, 33, 54, 55, 59, 60, 61, 67, 75, 79, 34, 23, 26 30, 32 60, 61 67. 23, 25, 26, 28 31, 60, 61, 37, 73, 79. 2, 23, 25, 30, 32, 79, 30. 24, 25, 26, 27 29 32 59, 60, 61, 62, 64, 67, 70. 24, 25, 27, 29, 31 33 59, 60, 61, 67, 36, 88. 24, 26, 29, 32 71 79 30. 24, 25, 28, 31, 79 30, 31. 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