Union City High School - Tornado Yearbook (Union City, TN)

 - Class of 1941

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Cfaaa f9 opAec9 0 1941 Followrng graauatron rn l94l the members of our most zllustrrous cass have separated as they garned fame and fortune rn their partrcu ar frelds Therefore rt was wrth great pleasure I recerved a letter recently from a forrrer classmate The letter went as follows Dear Frrend Srnce our last naeetrng I have traveled extensrvely rn several European co.rntrres I am at the present employed Ly the Chandler Chewy Candy Corooratron of whrch Iohrr Ivre Chandler rs the presrdent and hrs legal advrscr rs the renowned attorney Mark Mrtchell My work rs very easy as well as rnterestrng I travel all over the world rntroducrng our famous candy and durrng these rourneys I meet many people about whom I feel you would lrke to hear I made the trrp to Europe rn the Ellrott ocean lrner Elrzabeth so named for rts wealthy owner By far the most popular man on board was Howard Forrester of the Forrester Automob le Manufacturing Company who was not only pursued by the well known Iack Hazelrrgg dancmg troupe consrstrng of Sue Cole Ollre Sue Burnett Iessre Srnrth and Wrlma Adams but cven the man datrng stewardess Rena Pruett The passengers were entertarned by a forty prece band called Hudgrns Hot Heppers I recognrzed Irmmy at once and whrle renewrng old acguamtance I learned that hrs vocalrst and recent brrde was none other than Margaret Martrn Upon my arrrval rn England my bags were eagerly serzed by a porter whose face looked strangely famrlrar Suddenly I realrzed that rt was that ambrtrous boy from back home Sam Guy When I reached my hotel I found a message wartrng askrng me to call Lady I-Iarrrngton I was very puzzled untrl I was told that her ladyshrp was the former Ionnye Owens She rmrted me to be her guest at a ball grven rn honor of four vrsrtrng Russran offrcrals I was gurte olcasantly shocked to drscover that the wrves of these offrcrals were Nezzre Curry Arleene Dyer Katherrne Ienkrns and Edna Walker In a few days I left for France where I encountered many more of our classmates Roy Cary Wehman had become the famous French artrst Ptor Carr the great actress known only rn her adopted land as Myra wrll be remembered by her school chums as Berth Hatley and the prrde of New Yorks polrce force Chref Edward Hudson who was on hrs honeymoon rn Parrs wrth hrs blushrng brrde Margaret Hendrrcks demand I rmmedrately boarded a tram for that country The trarn was very crowdea and I was forced to share a seat wrth several members of a peace delegation on therr way to Germany Imagrne my astonrshment when I drscovered these members to be Sammye Cook Charles Hall and Leona Verhrne Under an oath of secrecy they rnformed me that the two omes who had turned the whole government of Germany topsyturvy were my old frrends Roberta Howard and Nardeen Sheffer Also on the tram were the noted Amerrcan physrcran Doctor Earl Wayne Krllron and hrs assrstant Martha Iane Crabtree the much sought after fashron desrgner Vrrgrnra Hogan the renowned hrstorran Ioseph Reekes and hrs secretary Carolyn Brown and the wealthy race fancrer Iames McAdoo who was rn Europe buyrng thoroughbreds to rncrea e hrs stables Iames whrspered to me that the man travelrng rncognrto wrth htm was the great coal and rce magnate Gene Clemmons McAdoo Before leavrng the trarn a newsboy came through shoutrng Extra ' I bought a copy and learned of the extraordrnary cross country brcycle race of Phrl Morson and Edwrn Tune As I approached the school I was amazed to see every member of the student body standrng on hrs head Thrs was explarned to me by the athletrc drrector lane Glover as an exercrse desrgned to clear the grrls mrnds for studyrng I was rnvrted by the old mard prrncrpal lane Grbbs to a tea grven for all the old mard teachers Among those attendrng were the Latrn teacher Margaret Anne Youngblood the geomerry teacher Emrly lane Woosley and the Englrsh teacher Rebecca Hall he guest of honor was the leader of the Socrety for th Preventron of Cruelty to Angle Worms Emrly Frelas The tea was rnterrupted by the appeararce of the man ager of the famous Lamandas and Lerastus dance team The manager was Aurelra McGurre and she was there to book a performance forthe team whrch consrsted of Mrldred and Vernon Scott I am lookrng forward to my return to the Unrted States at whrch trme I hall certarnly look you up Hoprng to see you soon I rcmarn Yo rs wrth love Mary Catherrne Caruthers 8 ,Q f . , . , A I I "Hearing of an exclusive girls' school in nearby Switzerland, where my candy was in + QQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQAAQQQ

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Q QQ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQARQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ enior Cfazki IAMES HUDGENS He's our president, what more need be said? President 4: Vice-President 3: Hi-Y Club 2. 3, Vice-President 3: Student Council 1: lun- ior Basketball Team 1: Latin Club 2: Box- ing 3: Band 1, 2, 3. 4, President 4: "Tomado Flashes" 3, 4, Editor 4: "Who's Who"-Most Loyal 3. AURELIA MCGUIRE "A rare sense ol humor is hers." Secretary 4: Home Economics Club 3: Band Sponsor 4: Assistant Advertising Manager ot "Tornado Flashes" 4. WILMA ADAMS Here's a farmer who is really going to town. Home Economics Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4: 4 H Club l, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, President 4: French Club 3: Spelling Certificate 2, 3: Penmanship Certificate 3. MILDRED BRYSON "Gee, l'm sweet." Carnival Maid 3: Cheer Leader 3: Glee Club President 3: Home Economics Club 3: President Mixed Chorus 4. MARY CATHERINE CARUTHERS Her enthusiasm sends her soaring. Home Economics Club 3: Girls' Glee Club 3. SUE COLE "Her worth should not be measured by her inches." Ietterson City High School l, 2, Treasurer 2: U. C. H. S. 3, 4: Short Hand Club 3: Home Economics Club 3, 4, Secretary 4: West Tennessee District Representative 4. MARTHA IANE CRABTREE "She dwells in a region of silence." Home Economics Club l, 2: French Club 3. AILEENE DYER "Fair and sweet, gracious to greet, charming to meet." Short Hand Club 3: Spelling Certificate 3: Bible Certificate 3. EMILY IANE WOOSLEY When she gets her gun, she's a men- ace to the rabbit family. Vice-President 4, l: Secretary 2: President 3: President ot French Club 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Beta Club 3, 4. President 4: News Editor "Tornado Flashes" 4. JAMES MCADOO "Here comes that nice friendly fellow." Treasurer 4: Secretary-Treasurer 3: Foot- ball l, 2. 3. 4. Captain 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4, Captain 4: U. C. Club l, 2, 3, 4: Stu- dent Council 1: "Who's Who" - Best Ath- lete l, Most Courteous 2, 3. CAROLYN BROWN Gaiety and Company. Basketball Squad 1: Home Economics Club 2, 4, President 4: "Tornado Flashes" 4: 4-H Club l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, 4: Candidate icr Maid 2. OLLIE SUE BRUNETT "Not extremely tall, but neither was Napoleon." IOHN IVIE CHANDLER "Here's a small package of mischief and fun." U. C. Club 4: Football Manager 4: Basket- ball Manager 4: "Tornado Flashes" Busi- ness Manager 4. SAMMYE COOK She deserves the best. Home Economics Club Z. NEZZIE CURRY She is capable of much when she works. Lincoln Ir. High School, Pontiac, Michigan 1, President l: Pontiac Senior High School 2: U. C. H. S. 3, 4: Latin Club 3, 4. ELIZABETH ELLIOTT "She makes everyone feel at home." Chestnut Grade High School 1, 2: Basket- ball Team l, 2: U. C, H. S. 3, 4: Home Eco- nomics Club 3, 4: Obion County Council 4: 4-H Club 3, 4. QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQAAQQQQQG -9-

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