Union College - Stespean Yearbook (Barbourville, KY)
- Class of 1945
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UNION COLLEGE LIBRARY 5 0702 00103030 3 ' ' ' ■(■ v; ' ,! ' .- ' " ML. MV; a?;a 4 - - ' :f?; : ' v-. -:;-: ? = -? ' ;: ' . ' :p-7 J " :. ftA:i(xs;4 ' ' - ' « ' = J ' - i-„. ' iik.MK rM ' ' y:!- I y i I ' I f f CM ' t ' 5 1WS ff fl «l! ) : f. ' ' Vi lf ' J - ' " .: .;!. . - -1 it- " - " — ' ■ " " -— ' ' yhe te peaH MAXINE MURPHY Editor BILLIE WEBB Business Manager THE " E D A PUBLISHED BY THE STUDEIMT BODY OF UNION COLLEGE BARBOURVILLE, KEI ITDCiiY Weeks-Townsend IHIemorial Library Union College Barbourville, KY 40906 % WAR-TIME ISSUE USMARINES The war-time enrollment of Union College is not a normal enrollment, but in spite of this and in spite of the difficulty of obtaining materials for a yearbook, the Stespean staff is proud to be able tc publish this 1945 edition, marking the first time that a Stespean has been published since the United States entered World War II in 1941. All the pictures in this issue are not representative of the Union College of peace-time. Some activities, such as a full athletic program, have to be discontmued when the male enrollment decreases. This Stespean represents Union College while its young men are at war. OF THOSE IN SERVICE As the Stespean goes to press, four hundred former Union students and alumni are known to be in the armed services of the United States. Thirteen former Union men are known to h ave been killed m service. Th- ey are: HOBART BROCK HAROLD PERCY COREY FRANK DUNN HERMAN FAULKNER WILLIAM OFFARD HERNDON RANDALL HUDSON HENRY JONES KENNETH MARSEE CURTIS MASSEY GILLOUS MIRACLE CLAUDE PHILIP SMITH JAMES SOWDER WALTER L. WHITE In recognition of the magnificent work Unionites are doing and in small tribute to these who have died, the Stespean staif wishes this issue to be an expression of gratitude to Union ' s fighting men and women in the service. E. A. BENDER, C. E. t e4icate4 tc CO LO IE L [. A. B E K D E I! For his sixteen years of unstinting service, for tKe beauty he has created here, for the good-humored kindii ness that is his distinctive characteristic— we respectfully dedicate this 1945 edition of the Stespean. I ' I Here it is— we proudly give you your 1945 Stespean, the book of today for the pleasure of tomorrow. CcHtehtJ COLLEGE CLASSES ORGAIMIZATIOMS FEATURES ACTIVITIES CpII yMINISTRATIOK BUILDING 10 ABIGHIL [. mm MEMORIAL LIBRARY P F[ IF F [ R HALF 12 UEVEHON HHL CONWAY BOATMAN A.B., B.D., M.A., D.D. OF THE COLLECl Charles R. Wimmer M.S.J PH.D. Dean of the Collerie Professor of Clirmislry Head of the Deparlment of I ' liysiml Science James F. Blair Business Manager Treasurer 15 F A c y I T V Wayne T. Gray. M.A., Ph.D. Prol nsor nf Sociology and Htiul of l ie Dipailmrnt of Social SUilHis. B.S., Uiiivcrsitv of Nebraska. 1922; M..A., ( nixcrsitx nf Wisconsin, 1928; Ph. P., ibid., 1932; Summer Stliiinl of Alcohol Studies, " alc Iniversity, 1944. Byron H. Gibson, M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Enijlish and Hrad of the Deparlmnil of LanijiuKjrs. . .B.. Birmingham-Southern College, 192S; M.. ., Tniversitv of Illinois, 1929: Ph. P., ibid., 1931. Otis C. Amis, M.A., Ph.D. Iliad of till- DeparlmrnI and Professor of Eduealion and Director of Extension. , .B., Eastern State Teachers Colleije, 1929; M.A., Tniversity of Kentucky, 1934; Ph.D., Cornell I ' ni- versity, 1939; (iradnate study, Cicorge Peahody Col- lege for Teachers, 1930-31. David W. Soper, A.B., S.T.B., Ph.D. I ram is I.andrum Memorial Professor of Rilile and P iilosop iy and Head of llie DepartmiiH of Ilil ' le and Pliilosopliy. . .K.. lolin H. Stetson Cnivcrsity, 1934; S.T.B., Bibli- cal Seminary in New York, 1938; Ph.D., Drew Cni- versitx, 19 45. Homer E. Alder, B.S., A.B., M.A. Professor of Biolorjy and Aitinij Head of the De- partment of nioloijy. B.S., Freemont Normal College, 1914; A.B., Nebraska Weslevan Cniversity, 1920; M.A., Cniversitv of Ne- braska, 1924; CJraduate study, ibid., 1940-1942. Kathleen Moore, A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Education. .V,., Mississippi State College for Women, 192 ' .; M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University, 1929; ibid., summer 1932; Ohio State University, summer 1940. Frances Eichor, B.S. in Education, M.E. Dean of If omen and Assistant Professor in Education. I5.S. in KiUication, University of Missouri, 1937; M.E., ibid., 1941. Alice R. Smith, A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Home Economics. . . i., Cumberland University, 1922; Graduate work, Universitv of Texas, 1925-26; George Peabody Col- lege for Teachers, summers 1931 and 1934; Music School of Potomac State College, 1929-32; M.A., Co- lumbia University, 1942; Graduate study, ibid., sum- mer 1943. " Resigned Jairjsry 16, 1945. F A c y L T y Alberta L. Balmer, B.E., M.B.E. .Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science. B.E., Western Illinois State Teachers College, 1935; M.B.E., University of Kentucky, 1943; Graduate study, ibid., summer 1943. Alleen Wilson, A.B., B.S. in L.S. Lihrartau. A.B., Missouri Wesleyan, 1919; University of Colo- rado, summer 1920; B.S. in L.S., University of Illi- nois Library School, 1929. Alois B. Easterling, A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Spanisii and French. A.B., Lawrence College, 1912; M.A., University of Kansas, 1922; University of Chicago, summers 1924, 1925, 1927; University of Mexico, summer 1926; LIniversity of Wisconsin, six summer terms 1920-1932; ibid., 1931-35; University of Paris, fall semester 1938, fall and spring semesters 1939-40. Leila Willis Poage, A.B., LL.B., M.A. .4ssistant Professor of F.ni lisli and Speech. A.B., University of Kentucky, 1926; LL.B. , Cincin- nati Night Law School, 1934; M.A., University of Kentucky, 1937. Phillip I. Peters, B.S. Instructor in Mathematics and Physics. B.S., Union College, 1941 ; Graduate study. University of Kentuckv, summer 1943; Ohio summer 1944. State University, B.S., Mary Virginia Page, B.S. Instructor in Physical Education. George Peabody College for Teachers, Graduate study, ibid., 1943. Kathryn V. D. Sutphen Instructor in Piano and .4rt. Graduate, Soloist ' s Diploma, New England Conserva- tory of Music; University of Illinois, summers 1919, 1920; University of Nebraska, summers 1921, 1922; University of Washington, D. C, summer 1924; Graduate and Certified Teacher of Godowsky ' s Pro- gressive Series. Elma a. Randall, A.B. Personnel Advisor in Men ' s Dormitory and Instructor in Music. 1943; A.B., Albion College, 1909; Graduate study, ibid., 1909-10. STAFF Marmn W " . Topping, A. B.. S.T.B. Dinilnr I ' f Public Rihilioiis. A. 15., Kandolph-Macoii College, 1932; Duke liiivei- sity, 1932-34; S.T.B., Boston University, 1936; C railu- ate ' work, ibiil., 1936-40; Harvard I ' niversitx, muii- mer 1937. •■ ' E. A. Bender, C.E. Sup, rinli nJi-::! of BuilJiiuis anJ CiounJs C.V.., Ohio i rtlv-rii Inivervitv, 191:!. Ernestine Richardson, B.S. Dii tilian. ] ' .$., c;enr.s;e Peahoily College for Teacher?, 192+; Peni ' isvlxania School of Art and Design, 1925; tiradu- atc work, George Peahndy College for Teachers, Mun- mers 1926, 1927. Opal Luce, B.S. Srcitiitry to the Prtsidnil. 15. S., Marion College, 19+2. A. F. Creasy .Iss ' u anI lo ihr Diiliiian. arl.ourvilk- Baptist Institute, 1934; Union College, ■934-35. 1938-39- Daisv Johnson Mall on in U ' onun ' s Dormilory. Ma hcld Public Schools. Ethel M. Creasy Assislant to the Diclilian. Kno.x County Public Schools. »R ,g[icd January 1, 1945. Suiceeded by G. A. Kinp. IB H ibii ? - n V C a JeJ O pcetA Mary Katharine Morgan Pnsithnt liRISTOL, TENNESSEE B.S.. (jheinhtry Virginia Intermnnt College, i; W.A.A., 2; Life Service CJroup, 2; R. O. H., 3; Executive Com- mittee of r.C.C.A., 3, 4; Beta Chi Alpfia, 3, 4 (treasurer, 4); Orange and Black stalT, 3. 4; La Tertulia, 3, 4; Chemistry Lab Assistant, 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 4; Stespean Staff, 4; Iota Sigma Nu, 4. Maxine Murphy J ' lce-Prcsidiiit LIBERTY ' A.B.. Spanish Secretarial Science Club, i ; Speed Hall Council, I (treasurer) ; Pfeif er Hall Council, 2, 3, 4 (presi- dent, 2, 3) ; U. C. C. A. Executive Committee, 2; Playlikers, 2; Orange and Black staff, i, 2, 3, 4 (service editor, 2; society editor, 3; associate edi- tor, 4) ; La Tertulia, 3, 4 (president, 4) ; H. E. Bullock award for highest average, 3 ; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 3, 4; Secretary to the Dean, 2, 3, 4; Representative to Administrative Council, 4; R. 0. H., 3, 4; Iota Sigma Nu, 3, 4 (secretary, 4) ; Stespeak Editor, 4. Thera Mae Roberts Si ' d ' i tary-Trcasurtr COLUMBIA J.B.. English Lindsey Wilson Junior College, i, 2; Playlikers, 3, 4; R. O. H., 4; Beta Chi Alpha, 4; La Tertulia, 4; Pfeiffer Hall Council, 4. THE SENIOR 20 Porter Adams oxford, new york A.B., Bible Plajlikers, i, 2, 3, 4 (vice-president, 3) ; President of Class, I, 3; Oxford Club, i, 2, 3, 4 (secretary, 3); U. C. C. A, president, 3, 4; French Club, 3; La Tertulia, 3; Stevenson Hall Monitor, 3, 4; Who ' s Who Among Students in American Uni- versities and Colleges, 3, 4; Representative to Administrative Council, 4. LoRNA June Davis BARBOURVILLE B.S. in Education Secretarial Science Club, i; W.A.A., i, 2, 3; Play- likers, i, 2, 3, 4; Chorus, i ; Science Club, 2, 3, 4; La Tertulia, 3, 4; Sociology Club, 3, 4; Secretary- Treasurer of Class, 3 ; Future Teachers of Ameri- ca, 4 (vice-president). Mrs. Frances Sears Parker COR BIS " B.S. in Education V. W. C. A., I ; Education Club, 2. s s o 19 4 5 21 JoiE Rose CAKPENThR U.S. ill I-.iliii iition Cumberland College, i, 2; Beta Chi Alpha, 4; Science Club, 4; Future Teachers of America, 4. BiLLiE Webb M-AVCHESIFK U.S.. Biolot y Centre College, t, 2; SiF.SPKAN Bu ine Manager, 4; Science Club, 4 (president); R, O. H., 4; La rertulia, 4; Beta Chi Alpha, 4. ■ •! « ' NOT PHOTOGRAPHED Knnii DiGGHK . . . Mrs. M v. 1 ' . 1,i cks Lo[.i,. i, M. i; Parrott DoRoTln ' PoiF . . . WiLMA Vaughn . . . . . . Place . . Coibiii . . . Lida Harbourxillc . . Corbin Glen Leger Baibourville Hazel McCreari Harbour ille Mrs. Ll ciLLi; Parrott Rrock KathlI ' |;x Valentine .... Heidrick Klizahi th Ward Egypt H N I O R S 22 Katherine Tappan President DELMAR DELAWARE Mrs. MaRv McKeehax Secretary BARBOURVII.I.E RiTH Carter 1 iic-Presidcnt CAWOOU Ci;ciL I)i) Vl,l G Scrt V(iiit-(it-.1 riiis CRKKKVII.Ih Mary Begley Treasiirer CORBIN ' L N I O R A 23 BiLLiE Jeanne Bailey MIDDLESBORO Nell Garrett CEDARTOWN, GEORGIA Mary Elizabeth Greear BARDSTnWN ' Mrs. E. C. Johnson PLEASUREVILLE Marie Kilgore COEBURNj VIRGINIA James Mellon seli.ersnurg, indiana Mary Mellott enoi.a, pennsylvania Eleanor Terry Ponder SALEM, INDIANA I U ANITA SaYLOR CRAB ORCHARD Herman Tye BARBOURVILLE NOT PHOTOGRAPHED Kelen Abnfr ■ • Curbin Mrs. Conway Boatman .... Barbourville WiLMA Britton Barbourville Mrs. Cleo Click . Barbourville HoBART Combs Felty Mrs. Violet Davidson Barbourville Pauline Doby ' ' y Martha Dotson . London Mrs. Alma Poff Wyatt DiLLlE DowLER London Mrs. Mattie S. Ledford Peabody Mrs. Allie M. M. ys Heidrick Viola Noe London Andrew J. N orfleet Jamestown Ruth Parker Gray Geraldine Scott Travelers Rest Mildred S. White ...... Williamsburg . . . Barbourville IJ N I O R 24 L A David G. Elliott President Minni.EBURn Ralph Drinnon Vice-President ALCOA, TENNESSEE Rhea Long Treasurer JONESVII.LE, VIRGINIA RuBv Adams Sergcant-at-Anns CRAY Entered Service in January 1945. Nan ETTA Ely President JOKESVII.I.E, VIRGINIA Louise Williams Secretary LOUISVILLE ' Bradley Miracle Scr( cant-(il-Arins Entered Service in February 1945. SOPHOMORE CLASS 25 Vivian- Bll xdell l.VXN-, MASSACHUSETIS Richard Goixs BARBOURVILLE Kathr x Ochsnfr an ' chorage Lharlhne Campkei.i, NEW TAZEWELL, TENNESSEE Gexe ' a Hexdricks barbourville En ' eiax Paixi; CORBLV Barbara Crwexs pin ' eville AIarv Loi BL ' LAV Fave Saiaer clifford ToMAH ' Dillon- somerset Margret Mealer BARBOURVILLE D()R()TH • Sailor CRAB ORCHARD SOPHOMORES WITHOUT PICTURES Marv Esther Calhoun Bmnsicle Mrs. Oda B. Collier Bai-huurvillc Mrs. Elsie S. Dobson ' Silicrt Lois Greene Calvin Novella Gross Eagan, Tciiiicssee Mrs. Ci.EAniA P. Hali Uarboiirville Mrs. Mary Hubbard Barbourville Sadie Hurst . Pineville EuLALiA Jacksox Cannon Mrs. ' lrna B. Mays Barbourville RuRV J. Mitcheli Woodbine GoLDA Nantz Helton Rli-.i ' I ' arker Barbourville Pauline Runyon Barbourville Sallie Spurlock Peabodv SOPHOIVflORE CLASS 26 Jack Early President CORRIN ' Mary Kathhrixe Viai.i. Secretary BARBnURVII.I.F. JoHX OCHSNER iii ' -Presirlent ANCHORAGE Chester Watermax Treasurer SOMERVII.I.E, MASSACHUSETTS Ralph Raxdall Seryenut-at-Ariiis BARBOURVU.I.E FRESHIVIAIM CLASS 27 First Rrnc : Glima Allex Shelbiana Mildred Amis Barbourville Lesa Baker Barbourville Lois Besja.mix Barbourville Sccoii i Ron: Fern- Bi.. ckburs- Loyall Emogene Boggs Jenkins Joyce Brown Saugus, Massachusetts Evelyn Bruce Barbourville Third Ron: Lena Jean Carter . Barbourville NL RGARET Cresse ■ Westmont, N ' e%v Jersey Irene Crum Nf» ' Lexinston, Ohio Kenneth Df.long Barbourville m w r B m I3 XL :Vl F R E S H IVI A N 28 CLASS First Row : Jeax Disn ' ey _ Gray Jeak Dulling Jtlliio, Tennessee Janrose Eaton ' Corbin Nina Fortney Barbourville Second Roiv : Fay Gaines Kingsport, Tennessee Rose Gilbert Blackwater Acnes Giles Coeburn, Virginia Virginia Grable Baxter Third Ron-: Rozelle Graham Stoneliam, Massachusetts Marie Greene Barbonrville Doris Grizzeh Cleveland, Virginia Mrs. G. M. Haggard Barbourville FRESHI AN CLASS 29 First Ron.- Jaxelle Ham. Coelnirii, Virginia Elva Harris Benham Mabei. Helton Corbin Helen- Hopkins . I.ovall Siioit l Roii ' : Jlanita Houari) Pathfork Lois Howaru Wallins Marv Margaret Hutchinson Huntington, West Virginia Loraink Ison Flatwoods TI,ir,I Roic: Roberta Johnson Krnoklyn, Ne« York John Lehman Beverly Frederick Mahler Lynn, Massachusetts Sterling Mills Barbourvillc FRESHIUAIM CLASS 30 First Row: Maurice Mitchell Barbourville Vernon- Moore . . . ■ Barbourville Virginia Noss . . ■ Dayton, Ohio Robert Pearson Lynn, Massachusetts Sccoml Roil ' : Annette Pennington Four Mile Betty Jo Perkins Corbin Marian Price Corbin G. B. Root Lincoln Thin Row: Dewana Scalf Pineville Beulah Smith Harlan Kermit Smith . Rose Hill, Virginia Kyle Smith Rose Hill, ' irginia ' ' ' Entered Service January 1945. ■ " " . " ' ' Entered Service May 1945. FRESHMAN 31 CLASS First Roiv : Elizabeth Spooxer . Acushnet, Massachusetts Marie Stalford Binghamton, New York Paxsv Taylor Calloway Norma Thistle Wakefield, Massachusetts Second Rote: Margaret Toll Newport Sherley Treadwav Barbourville Ruby Lee Williams East Bernstadt Olga Whitfield Barhourville Third Roiv Eleanor Winters . . . Mrs. C. H. Jones (Special) Javne Jones (Special) . . Bro%Ynsville, Indiana Barbourville Barbour ' il]e NOT PHOTOGRAPHED Lois Garland . . Cai.i.ie Mae Gibson Laymon Miller . . Marjorie Miller . . Mrs. Ida Mae Owens Jewell Parker . . Gray Barbourville Artemus Artemus . . Corbin Barbourville John M. Roberts Harlan Amanda Slusher Beverly Mary Slusher Beverly Doris E. Stuart ..... Pincville Entered Service in March 1945. r. R. Faylor Barbour%dlle Christine Turner Incline Bernice Warren Flat Lick Helen Rose West . . . Barbourville Edith Wilson ..•■.. Pineville Vivian Wolfe . Harlan Edward Yeager . . . Barbourville Shellie Valentine . . . Barbourville (Special) Mrs. C. N. White . . . Barbourville (Special) ' Entered Service in April 1945. FRESHMAN CLASS 32 i i M Oi ' ahijaticHJ MAXIXE MlRPHY The I94S STESP EAN BiLLiE Webb STAFF Maxi.ve MvRPiiv Editor Bii.i.iE Webb liusintss Manager B. H. Gibson ' Lilrrary .Liviu-r M. W. Topping Business Manager Emzabeth Greear Associate Editor Chari.en ' e Campbem Assistant EJitor Marie Kilgore Idvertising Manager Jack Earlv -Issistunt Advertising Manager Nan ' ett. Ely Circulation Manager Vernon Moore ... Irt Editor Chet Waterman . Sta Photographer Katherine Tappan • • Snapshot Editor Glima Allen Assistant Ralph Drinnon Assistant Katharine Morgan - -Issislant 34 The ORANGE BLACK Bj.IZADElll tiKEtAR Marik Ku.core STAFF Elizabeth Greear ■ ■ , ' ' " ' " ' Marie Kilgore liusuifss Manaffn- B. H. Gibson- Litrrary AJ-vuer M V. Topping ■ ■ liusmess .hlvisn Maxine Murphy hsonatc hdilur Rhea Long • ■ ■ lousiness .Issulanl Nanetta Ely ' . ' . ' . ' . ' ..... ■ • Circulation Ma,iaj cr Chet Waterman • ■ ■ Spo ' t l ' " " ' ' Margie Toll . ■ ■ ■ ,, ■ ' " • ' ' ' " ' James F. Blair ■■■■.• • ' •.™: " ' ■? ' ' ' . " " ■ Phiiiip I Peters Ilumiii A ssociatioti tJilnr Assistants and Reporters BiLLiE Jeanne Baii.ei Roberta Johnson Tekkv Pondlr Nell Garrett Iohn Lehman Marian Price Loraine Ison Mary Loi Katherine Tappan Katharine Morgan Fn t RoTi-: Mane Kil ore, Rhea I.ong, Maxine Murphv ' . Charlcne Campbel[, Marie Greene, Virginia No , Marv Katherinc Vial!. Secii ' iJ Rott-: Barbara Cravens. Betty Spooner, BiUie Webb. Katharina Morgan. Elizabeth Greear. Olga Whitfield. Lorna Davis. Peygy Cresse. Mar ' Margaret Hutthinson. Third Kon-: Thera Roberts. Juanita Saylor. Joyce Brown. Mary Mellott. Terry Ponder. Herman Tye Fimrth Run: Nell Garrett, Porter .Adams. Nanetta Ely. Professor A. B. Easterling. Fred Mahler. fifth Raw: Dorothy Saylor. Mary McKeehan. Mrs. .A B. Easterling. M . im: MiRPHi Ol-FICERS Pn-siJiIlt El.IZ.KBETH Gree.ar M.XRIE KlI.CDRK Sriri ' tary-TrcasuriT I ' lCf-Prrsidrnt A Spanish club was first organized at Union in i ' J43 under the leadership of Professor ami Mrs. A. U. Eas;:erling ; in i ' )44 the chih chose its present name, which means " a gathering of friends who meet for discussion and recreation. " Very active this year, La Tertulia ' s outstand- ing accomplishment has been the monthh ' pub- lication of a S])anish news sheet. The members also cooperated in producing a Spanish pla , " Xochebuena, " with all characters costumed and speaking Spanish. The club sponsored a table for Spanish-s|)eaking students in the dining hall and arranged for a Spanish-American exhibit in the library. At the semi-monthly meetings of La Tertulia the business sessions are frequently conducted entireh ' in Spanish ; at these meetings the mem- bers have especially enjoyed programs leading to a deeper understanding of and appreciation for Hisjianic |ieoples, their culture and their contri- butions to world ci ilization. Spanish games are (ilased and Spanish songs sung after many of the programs. The hostesses served a Mexican suiijier, featuring chile and hot tamales, at one of the Larch meetings. Pan-American Day was observed by the presentation of another Sjianish play, entitleil " Una Fiesta Mejicana. " L A TERTULIA 36 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA JOHN OWEN GROSS CHAPTER Officers Elizabeth Greear Piesidrnl Helen Hopkins .... Correspo uiiiu Sicretary LORNA Davis I ' icr-Pres ' uinit Mary Begley Trrasiirer Chari.ene Campbei.i Scartary Terry Ponder Reporter Fekne Johnson Librarian The John Owen Gross Chapter of the Fu- Among the club ' s projects for the year was the ture Teachers of America was organized in production of a radio play, " Utterly Fantastic, April, 1943, to serve as a means of heightening presented in chapel in recognition of American professional interest among the prospecti e teach- Education Week. Other activities included the ers on the campus. Members of this organiza- s.,]p gf Wa,. Stamps, assisting at U. C. E. A. tion also have membership in the Kentucky Edu- raising money toward the purchase of a Hag cation Association and in the National P duca- , tion Association , 17 -r a Sponsored bv Miss Kathleen Moore and Dr. At the monthlv meetings of F. T. A. programs ,, V " . . ' , t, n ,, ■ .1 i 1 k of assistance to teachers are presented ; this year tis C. Amis the P. 1 . A. is the only club on the needs of teachers in rural schools have been the campus which is directly aligned with a na- emphasized in program planning. tional professional organization. Finl Row: Emogcne Boggs. Pansy Taylor. Joie Ro,-c, Elizabeth Greear, Charlenc Campbell, Glima Allen, Mane Stalford. Second Row: Feme Johnson, Juanita Ho ward, Miss Kathleen Moore, Terry Ponder, Lorna Davis, Helen Third Row: Irene Crum, Katherine Tappan, Bilbie Jeanne Bailey, Dr. Otrs C. Amis, Ro,se Gilbert, Kathryn Ochsner. Hopkii U S I c GROUPS GIRLS ' SEXTET From Ltil lo R ' ujlit: Mary Mellott, Evelyn Pnxne, remind Dillon, Mary McKcehan, Nell CJarrett, Annette Pennington. DOUBLE QUARTET Fruitl Roil-: Marv Mellott, Sally tSraham, Mi-. Khna Randall, Xell Ciarrett, Evel. n Pa ne. Ilaih Row: Jack Earl , Protessoi- Phillip I. Peters, Porter Adam C ' liet Waterman. GIRLS ' CHORUS Front Roii:: Emogene Boggs, Sally Cirahani, Norma II istle, Tommy Dillon, Mary McKeehan, Billie Jeanne Bailey, Mrs. Elma Randall, Mar Margaret Ilutchinsoii, Janrose Eaton, Nell Garrett, Betty Jo Perkins, C ' har- le ' ne Campbell, Helen Hopkins, Annette Pennington. Iliuk Roiv: Marie Stalford, Mary Mellott, Barbara Cravens, Lorna Davis, Peggy Cresse, Lois Benjamin, Evelyn Payne, Mary Katherine Viall, Janelle Hall, Betty Spooner, Jovee Brown, Dewana Scalf, Evel n Bruce, Lois Howard, Louise Williams. Dinilor of Miuit Groii ' s: Mrs. Elma A. Randall. UNION COLLEGE CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION I ' nKri-R y i)AMb . , V ' lvi.w Bluni)i;i.l Prrsidiul ' f:li, Ci.XRRKrr rice-l ' rrs ' uiinl Makv Mei.i.ott Srti flary Trcasuri r Katiiarini- Morgan Sminr Hu.i.iE Webh Senior Ferne Johnson Juninr James Mellon Executive Coai.mittee 15ARBARA Cravens . Sni hoininc IXwiR Ellioit Sopliiimdic Joyce Brown . . Fn-shman Jiinlor Kon Pearson Frnlnnan Union ' s only all-college organization in which every student is eligible to membership, the Union College Christian Association was first organized in 1939 to combine the student Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. The U. C. C. A. was instituted to unite all religious faiths on the campus into one group which, while devoted to the advancement of Christian ideals, is not affiliated with one par- ticular denomination. The executive committee endeavors to bring to Its services speakers of every denomination and discussions on all religious subjects. Professor David Wesley Soper is faculty sponsor of the group. 39 ttTiC Ron Mane Stallord. Kathrvn Othsner, Louise Williams. Tommy Dillon. Billie Vt ' ebb. Mary Loi, Margie Toll. Mar Margaret Hutchinson. Professor H, E. Alder. Lorna Davis. Second Roti: Agnes Giles, Katharine Morgan. Joie Rose, juanita Howard. David Elhott, Terry Ponder, Norma Thistle. Third Ron: Geneva Hendricks, Loraine Ison, Eleanor Winters. Bradley Miracle, Charlene Campbell, Sally Grah.Tm. Fourth Row: Sterling Mills. Herman Tye. Jean Dulling. John Ochsner. Kermit Smith. Bit, I, II-: Webb M. Rv Loi Officitr.s I ' rrsidnit Ch.ari.en ' E Campbei.i Secretary . . . I ' ui-I ' n lONN OCHSNKR ' ill-Ill tiENEVA HeN ' DRICKS St ' rf i ' inl-til--hrns Treasurer The Science Club ' s purpose is to increase the interest oi students in the more recent discoveries of the scientific world and to instill m its mem- bers an appreciation for the sciences. Jesse Fitzgerald, the skeleton of a Negro hanged in Barbourville in 1907, is the club ' s mascot and hangs in state in a cabinet in the biology depart- ment. The club ' s outstanding activities for this year were two week-end excursions to Cumberland Falls, where opportunity was afforded for study of various plants and for examination of rock formations. They also made a study of a fossil tree in Harlan County. Sponsored by Professor H. E. Alder, the group, one of the largest clubs on the campus, meets once each month to discuss notable scientific discoveries and to enjoy the fellowship of students of the sciences. SCIENCE CLUB 40 P L A Y L I K E R S Bill. Hi Jeanne Bailey Sai.i.y Graham . . Offici-rs . , Pirsidctil Norma Thistle Sifrrlury I ' id-l ' ifsicinil Mary Margarei ' IIl ' TCihnsox Trrasitrrr An outgrowth of a group interested in modern drama, Playlikers was organized in 1927 under the direction of Miss Abigail E. Weeks. Since its beginning the club has provided various dra- matic entertainments for the College, including at least one three-act play each year. From 1934 until 1945 Playlikers was expanded and improved through the leadership of Miss Stella Ward. This year the club, limited in activity as a re- sult of the shortage of men students, has con- centrated on the presentation of one-act plays and novel programs for each Friday ' s chapel. At its semi-monthly meetings the organization, sponsored this year by Miss Leila Poage, brings to the members programs on make-up, stage set- tings and dramatic technique. First Row: Jean Dulling, He[en Hopkins, Betty Jo Perkins, Marian Price. Virginia Noss, Biilie Jeanne Bailey, Sally Graham, Norma Thistle, Nell Garrett, Mary Margaret Hutchinson, Margie Toll, Faye Salyer, Lois Benjamin, Lorainc Ison. Second Row: Lorna Davis, Mary Loi, Vernon Moore, Eleanor Winters, Elizabeth Greear, Herman Tye, Chet Waterman, Peggy Cresse, Joyce Brown, Mary Katherine Viall, Thera Mae Roberts, Barbara Cravens. Third Row: Porter Adams, John Ochsner, Sterling Mills, Roberta Johnson, John Lehman, Miss Leila Poage, Bob Pea.son, Jack Early. 41 ' -. ' Porter Ad.ims. James Mellon, Fred Mahler, Professor D. ' . Sop ' ■luhv Adams. Ja k Harlv, Boh Pears. OXFORD CLUB AND AUXILIARY The Oxford C ' luh h:] nought thrruigh m;niv year tn prnvide Christian fellmvship in thinight and ac- tivity for the inini ' sterial students in the College. Jo this end the young preaihers of the campus meet to- gether twice a month, ith the counsel of Professor D. W. Soper. under the le.ulership of their own or- ganization. Devotions, the reading by the iiung men of their own research essays folhnved by critical com- ment, the counsel of experienced off-campus church leafiers, and informal fello vship mark these regular meetings. At each meeting also definite projects are discussed and adopted, including gospel team services in churches of the area, assistance by the entire club to revival efforts conducted by individual ministerial students in their week-end pastorates, the establish- ment of an " Cpper Room " prayer chancel, the chair- manship of chapel programs, and leadership in dnrmi- tor prayer services. In the fall of 1944 an Oxford Club .Auxiliary was formed to include all those students who have chosen full-time, unordained Christian service as a life work. These young people, both men and women, have al- readv been engaged with the Oxford Club in Christian programs, in campus Christian leadership and in per- sonnel or gospel teams. fnit Ron: Mane Stal ford. Norma Thistle. Jovce Brown, Mar ' Mel- lott. Vivian Blundell, Bettv Spooner, Feme Johnson, Irene Crum. Sfionj Row: Virginia Noss, Cher Waterman. John Lehman, Roberta Johnson, Sally Graham, Mrs. G. M. Haggard. Third Row: Professor D. W. Soper . 42 SECRETARIAL SCIENCE CLUB Fall Quarter Vivian Wolfe Beulah Smith , . . Helen Hopkins . . KvLE Smith .... It ' intrr Quarter Marv McKeehan . . Richard Goins . . . Fav Gaines . . . . An n eite Pe n n i ngton Officers Sfirhiij Quarter . . Annette Penningion PresiJenl . . Ei VA Harris I ' ice-PresidenI . . Sterling Mills Secretary . . Beitv Jo Perkins Treasurer This group of commercial students meets twice each month to discuss problems related to secre- tarial work; its goal this year is the learning of better business practices. Open to any one who has had or is now taking some type of commercial work, the Secretarial Science Club is one of the more active groups on the campus. One of its main projects for the year was the presentation of a chapel program illustrating methods of applying for a job. The club ' s sponsor is Miss Alberta Balmer. Firjr Row: Betty Jo Petkins. Maty McKeehan. Janelle Hall, Nina Fotlney. Seiond Run . Dewana Scalf. Elva Hatfis, Jean Disney, Nell Gartett. Third Row: Cecil Bowling, Richatd Goins, Evelyn Btuce, John Lehman. tourlh Row: Bradley Mitacle, David Elliott, Fay Gaines. Ftflh Row: Beulah Smith. Annette Pennington. Lois Howard. Sixlh Row: Mrs. G. M. Haggard. StLindirtg: Miss Albert.! Balmer. huim Lef: :o Kiyhi: M.ixine Murphv. Professor Phillip I. Peters. Elizabeth Greear, Dr. B. H. Gibson. Katharine Morgan, Dean C. R. Wimmec. Mrs. Piiii.i.ii ' 1. Phtkks Mrs. Wii.sos Sinckr Officfrs I ' lii ' uliiil M.A.viN ' E MiiRPiiv Sfirilary-Tri-asurer riif-PrisiJiiil HiROx H. tiiBSON Rilualist Union ' s honorary scholarship fraternity, Iota Sigma Nu, was founded May 26, 1936, as a re- ward for scholastic achievement, diligence in study and high ideals. Membership is open only to those students who, after completing a minimum of two years ' residence credit at Union, have met the requirements for graduation with honors, or who, at the end of the second quarter of their junior year, have a standing which, if maintained, will enable them to graduate niagrid cum laude. Faculty members may also be elected to the fra- ternity. Each year at Commencement Iota Sigma Nu awards prizes to the freshman and sophomore making the highest scholastic average in their re- spective classes. I T A S I G M A N U 44 BETA CHI ALPHA Offickrs Mary McKeehan • Pirshliu! Naneti ' A Ei.v ■ . . I ' ice-Prisid, III Vivian Bi.undei.i. . Secretary Katharine Morgan • . . . . Treasurer Established on the Union campus as the Col- lege ' s only social sorority, Beta Chi Alpha strives to stimulate interest in beauty, culture and art among the students. Members are elected on the basis of scholarship, personality and cooperative spirit. Sponsored this year by Miss Kathleen Moore and Miss Opal Luce, B. X. A. holds one business and one social meeting each month. The group ' s main project for the year has been the raising of money toward re-decoration of Speed Hall parlor. The sorority as a group spent one week end at Cumberland Falls. Each spring the members climax their social activities with a formal ban- quet. Sealed on Floor, First Row: Helen Hopkins. Mary Loi, Billie Webb. Marie Kilgore. Annette Pennington, Elva Harris, Rhea Long. Sc£onJ Knw: Thera Roberts. Virgima Grahle, Glima Allen, Mary ML-Keehan. Vivi..n tilundcil, Betty Spooner, Etnogene Boggs. Tbtid Row: Miss Kathleen Moore. Louise Williams, Kathryn Ochsner, joie Rose. Marie Stalford. Fourth Row: Nell Garrett, Fay Gaines, Katharine Morgan, Jayne Jones, Tommy Dillon, Eileen Nankivell. Mary Katherine Viall, Nanetta Ely, Ruth Carter, Katherine Tappan. Miss Opal Luce. 45 ROYAL ORDER OF HOMEMAKERS Vhen Union intro- duced home economics in- to its program in I94- ' the first home ec. stu- dents, led by Miss Alice R. Smith, formed a nu- cleus of workers that later became the active Ro al t rder of Home- makers. The most important acti it - of the club has been Red Cross work, making service kits and quilting house shoes for hospitalized servicemen. P tiquette, nutrition and fashion are also empha- sized in the semi-month! meetings, one of which is social and one business. Se n J: Maxine .Murphy, Barbara Cravens. Tommy DiUon, Glima . ' Mien (secretary), Mary Loi Ureas urerl, Nanerta Ely (president). Standing: Thera Mae Roberts, Bil- lie Webb, Miss Alice R, Smith, Faye Salyer, Rhea Lonp (vicepresi dent I , Established in 1931 un- der the direction of Miss Nancy Myers, Le Cercle Francais was discontinued in 1941 and re-organized as an active group in 1 943 under the guidance of Professor and Mrs. A. H. F ' asterling. Newest among the club ' s projects has been the publication of a monthly news sheet writ- ten in French b ' the members of the circle. These French students have also presented a group of French pla lets in chapel. l-rom Lejt in Rinhr: Elizabeth Greear. Mrs, A, B, Easterliny, Lois Benjamin. Professor A. B Easterling. Sally Graham, Bob Pearson, Roberta Johnson. Norma Thistle, Billie Jeanne Bailey, L E CERCLE FRANCAIS 46 SOCIOLOGY CLUB Comprised of a firoiip of students interested in the field of social sciences, the Sociology Club meets twice each month at the iionie of its sponsor. Dr. ' a ne T. Gray. The club is primaril a discussion group, designed to stimulate thinking on the lines of sociological e olution and resulting world problems. FiTit Ron: Rhea Long, Mary Loi. Betty Spooner, Nanetta Ely. Vivian Blundell. Second Row: Jack Early, Katherine Tappan, Louise Williams. Terry Ponder, Dr, Wayne T. Gray. ThiTil Ron: Ruth Carter. These repre.sentatives of Stevenson Hall ' s inhabi- tants .serve as an advisory group to the house mother, Mrs. Elma Randall, in maintaining a cooperative, industrious spirit in the bins ' dorm. The group is headed by Monitor Porter Adams. f- ' rom Left to Right: Mrs. Elma Randall, Jack Early, Cecil Bowling. Porter Adams. Bob Pearson. Brad- ley Miracle, STEVENSON HALL COUNCIL 47 STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES To The ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL As a step toward institution of stu- dent government, the administration has provided for the student body ' s election, from its own group, of rep- resentatives to the Administrative Council, which is composed of the administrative officers and the heads of departments. These students are invited to attend Council meetings and make recommendations when student problems are discussed. f ' trit Kriw: Elizaberh GrPear. Vivian Rlundell. Noi ma Thistle. Annette Pennington. Second Ki w: Maxinc Murph , Charlcne Carr.pbell, Jack Early. Thtrd K, w: Bradley Miracle. Porter Adams, Bob Pearson. PFEIFFER HALL COUNCIL Guided by Miss Frances Eichor, the Pfeiffer Hall Council meets once each month to plan Pfeiffer activities, to advance suggestions for keeping Pfeif- fer Hall well in order domestically and to discuss problems of discipline re- lated only to the girls ' dorm. im; Row: Elizabeth Greear. Evelyn Payne. Thera Mac Roberts. Emogene Boggs. Second Kon: Maxine Murphy. Miss Frances Eichor, Terry Ponder ( secre- taiy-treasuier ) , Vivian Blundell (president). A R T C L U B Miss Kathryn Van Deusen Sutplien has advertisements for college activities and by ex- sponsored the Art Club since it became an active group in 1937. Always ready to be of hibiting reproductions from the works of the great masters together with specimens of their own won k. service, the members contribute to campus life Outstanding among its activities this year by designing and making posters, programs and was the Amateur Show sponsored by the club. First Roii;: Bradley Mir- acle, Glima Allen, Louise Williams, Miss Kathryn V. D. Sutphen, Doris Grizzell, Rhea Long. Second Ro-iv: Vernon Moore, Ruth Carter, Ro- berta Johnson, Margie Toll, Mary Loi. Third Roiu: Charlene Campbell, Nanetta Ely, Virginia Grable. 49 David Elliott Kennlih DtLoNO ] K.M)Li;V MlRACI.L I I MIGHTY MAGGOTS " Despite the war-enforced lapse in Union ' s official inter- collegiate athletic program, a small group of sports- minded students organized an unofficial, independent basketball team known as the " Mighty Maggots. " Formed from the ranks of Miss Page ' s physical educa- tion classes, this group has played unofficial games with such teams as Lincoln Memorial, Corbin Independents, Barbourville High and Jenkins High. To encourage the " Maggots, " the student body elected five cheerleaders, who served proficiently as spark plugs for cheering fans and added to the school spirit. The interest of this team and the students has made probable the re-entry of Union College into an official inter-collegiate basketball program next year. Kermit Smith Kyle S.mith Cecil Bowling SHERLEV ' I ' REAmVAV From Left to Ri jlil: Marie Kilgore, Dewana Scalf, diet Water- man, Criima Allen, Louise Williams. eatute C iizabetn Cy reear MISS UNION Dc omm f SNOW QUEEN Nell Garrett Wod PopJc Sterling Mlills (I5e6t rJLookl I • ' U koJ PORTER ADAMS KATHERINE TAPPAN MAXINE MURPHY KATHARINE MORGAN Lnion s Representatives In WHO ' S WHO AIVIOIMG STUDENTS IN AIV1ERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Actiaitie ALL THIS IN SEVEN DAYS I. Orange and Black staff. 2. The night before exams. 3. Autumn leaves. 4. " We never let studying interfere with our college educa- tion. " 5. Artists at work. 6. Billie Webb ' s prize-winning snapshot, taken at Cumberland Falls. 7w Leaving church. 8. Margie seeks higher education. 9. " Ill hit it this time. " 10. Golden-tongued Johnny expounds. 11. Our favorite pastime. 12. " Peek-a-boo. " 13. This world ' s topsy-turvy. 14. Our baker. 1. " What are you taking this quarter? " 2. Physics culture. 3. Kilgore, the type-setter. 4. Please send me a copy of your catalog. 5. Greene, librarian. 6. Hope it doesn ' t blow up. 7. The all-seeing eye. 8. " Hand over your dough. " 9. Three-to-one. 10, A neces- sary part of an education. THIS IS WHAT WE ' RE HERE FOR IN AND OUT OF PFEIFFER 1. " Won ' t you step into my parlor? " 2. More clean clothes to get dirty. 3A. Easter parade. 3B. Pals — rats and a dog. 4. Tea for two. 5. Dean Eichor. ' 6. Pfeiffer ' s great lover. 7. " Do we have to go to that tea? " 8. What would wc do without her? 9. Long, long ago. lOw Entrance to the Hall of Fame. 11. Sacks and bags. 12. Hallowe ' en hangover. 13. Leg art. 14. Bicycling in the lounge. 15. " Please don ' t hit me. " 16. Our gracious lady. 17. Pfeiffer ' s pets. 1. " Ugh, smokum big peace pipe. " 2. Peanut butter, the co-ed ' s staff of life. 3w Studious " Moe. " 4. Charlene loves a sailor. 5. Home was never like this. 6. Kilgore washed her hair. 7. Why we don ' t make A ' s. 8. Super suds. 9. Do you think she ' ll hear it? 10. Keeping our schoolgirl figures. 11. Begley ' s family and beloved. 12. Housedaddy reads a bedtime story. 13. Quiet for once. 14. Just before the battle of wits (teacher vs. student). 15. No rest for the weary. 16. The patriarch thinks. " BETWEEN THE DARK AND THE DAYLIGHT 99 FOR THE PHYSIQUE I. Scrimmage. 2. Off to class they go. 3. All-college summer picnic at the Falls. 4. She ' s a good loser. 5. " At ease! " 6. Where ' s the game? 7. S-t-r-e-t-c-h. 8. " Dead-Eye " Gibson after the faculty basketball game . 9. " Stop that man! " 10. Energy and indifference. II. " I will now kill myself. " I. AH the monkeys aren ' t in the zoo. 2. An enthusiastic welcome. 3. The great profile. 4. Reverend White. 5. Matron for a day. 6. In his natural habitat. 7. A little girl, a big mouth. 8. The take-off. 9. Beauty and brains. 10. Precious jewels. 11. All play and no work makes Jack a dull boy. 12. " Think I can ' t ride it? " 13. Prcxy Morgan dictates. 14. She doesn ' t depend on beauty alone. 15. Chm-up girl. 16. Youth crusade. 17. Resting before the hike. 18, 19. The arms have it. 20. Every rat has its day. 21. Oops, shcker ' n I thought. " 22. We ran up against a brick wall trying to fill this space. CAMERA HIGHLIGHTS LNIONITES ALL I. " See the birdie? " 2. Teacher-student relationship. 3. Survey Coordinator. 4. Mr. King, our new fixer-upper. 5. 98-99-lOCX 6. Sweet-tooth filh ' ng. 7. Going home to Mama? 8. The Holy Joes. 9. " Food is my undoing. " 10. The Three Musketecresses. II. Jerry. 12. Before the barber cut itk 13. " Hairless Jo " Allen. 14. Taking life easy. 15. Songbird of the South. 16. Staff photog- rapher and snapshot editor. 17. " See ya after dinner, Bob. " 1- DRIVE-shaft of Union College. 2. ' A frog, he would a-wooing go. " 3. Glamour (?). 4. Johnny and Johnny. 5. Consumption. 6. Cuatro bonitas senoritas. 7. Pfeiffer ' s office girl. 8. Pensive. 9. It ' s a great time to be alive. 10. Winter quarter second term students. 11. " You ' re going in the wrong direction, boys. " 12. After we cook, we eat. 13 . Glamour phis gray matter. 14. Up in the air. 15. Class of 1948. DITTO HITHER AND YON 1. MEN! 2. Pioneer Oclisner. 3. Student and mother. 4. Looks like a spill. 5. Along the trail to Little Eagle Falls. 6. Crash dive. 7. Journahsts wield pen on campus. 8v Miss Union brown- ing. 9. Yankees awed by beauty of Kentucky mountains. 10. Must be Fred ' s fault. 11. Homesick already? 12. Ferryman Mills. 13, " Legs " Adams, most popular male on campus. 14% Raggedy Nell. 15. Class of 1945 (picture taken in September 1941). 16. Washerwomen. 17. " Oh, Johnny! Oh, Johnny! " 18. Tut, tut! 19. Sally blows her horn. 20. Blondie. 21 An interesting ex- pression. 22. What the editor does in her spare time. 1. " Oh, you beautiful dollsi. " 2. The women in Dr. Gray ' s life. 3. Bicycle built for five. 4. Barefoot boy. 5. Buddies. 6. John Marvin Topping, Esquire. 7. The great explorer, 8. Ginger Ponder (nee Gibson). 9. " Come on, sing! " 10. " Halt or I ' ll shoot! " 11. Mrs. Dean and Molly on May Day. 12. Mr. Blair ' s pride and joy . 13. " Now, let s see . . . " 14. The elephant walk. 15. Future engineer at work. 16. Chips off the old block. PROFS AMD PRODIGIES filRT WITH ll IAI IV ' ■ " ' ° " g ' ad ' a ' o " ' arena. 2. Beauty, campus, and art. 3v The _ -»« - irk M m r Bishop ate here. 4. Where the ghost of Fanny Speed walks by r fm r m3 3m-u9 night. 5. Under the spreading " el-lum " trees. 6. Baldwin Palace. IVIOIil ITAII l 7. The new and the old. 8. Ye olde pump. 1. Quartermaster ' s depot. 2v Site of many great love scenes. 3. " Build thee more stately mansions, O my soul. " 4. It ' s even prettier when it ' s lit. 5. Tower of strength. 6. We have Mrs. Pfeiffer to thank for this. 7. Home of Peewee, the Great Canine. STANDS OLR COLLEGE DEAR ' ' THE 1944-45 CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 25 — Registration — Many girls an-ci some boy.s. :;S — Cliurches wt-R-ome siutients, i ' : Sturiying- too murh of a strain for freshmen — girls given free night out. ;iO — Rats entertaint-cl — Prexy and Mrs. B. hold reception . . . Big sistei-s make up i eds, provide midnight snacks. OCTOBER 2 — Dean reads catalog in chapel. 2-4 — Female rats take us back to " the good ole days " — black stock- ings, no make-up, i igtails, etc. : -5 — Genius and imbecility of freshmen reA ' ealed through tests. 9 — Faculty reception . . . Another tradition broken — student assistants iu receiving line. 12-13 — V. C. E. A. — 1,000 teachers . . . What a crowd! 19 — First issue of " Orange and Black " ofl " the jiress . . . Greear ' s journalistic talent appreciated. 27 — Tall, darlv and handsome Roltert Elliott plays violin, assisted by ■ ' a term an, page turner. Tye, A-indo v raiser, A-dams, sound -effects man. 28 — Boys show girls liow tliey Iceep house . . . Chet ' s " Victory Song " introduced . . . Bells st-cmingli " out of order . . . Miss Wilson ' s taste for punch evident. .10— Students and faculty select choices for President ( Dewej-). Mis.s Union (Greear ), campus beauties (Sterling and Ginny). most popular couple (F. P. A. and " Georgia " ). :U — Witches and wizards hold spook convention In gym , . . ' carf- ■ ■row Cresse keeps ' cm guessing . . , Rhea Long ci-acks liead " rrarking the whiji. ' NOVEMBER " — Masterful " Tadpole " i-esiues sweet Nell from - ilia in o us Eai-| - and milk-train Pearson . . Thin roof .- taj-s o -er Hoplvins " and Water- man ' s heads. 4-5 — Science Club eel -ends at Cumtiei ' land Falls . . . l orna -bases knowledge, rest of girls cliase men. 8 -Miss Page tells femmes l o v to keep that schoolgirl " figgt-r " and why (post-war plans), 1 0— Victory bell rings tor first time this , -ear — Maggots liquidate B ' ville Hign. 1 1— Kenny Tuggle is appreciati -e audienf ' c for Armistice Day l road- cast originating m the chapel. 1: -19 — Re ' . John S -I ester Smith. Fnll Religious Emphasis Week speaker. 21-22 — Everyone shot for " Stespean. " 23 — -No classes . . . Girls wash and iron all day . . . Students tall-; turkey at annual Thanksgning banquet. 29 — Johnny and Johnny win chocolates for hillbillj- performance at A rt Club Amateur Show ... La Senorita Garrett rewarded by date with " The Face " ... Waterman given date with beauteous •JrSetly " Gl-able. DECEMBER 1 — Chorus dons long dresses to sing after supper. 2 — National Book ' eek on campus concluded with Page ' s I ' liildren ' s Houi-. 4— lir. Gra " begs for alms in S])anish presentation of " Nochebuena, " Herman sings " Ave Maria " (not Schubert ' s) . . . Pfeiffer blazes . . . ule log lit. 5 — " Methc ' dist Methuselah " e en slowc r than usual as cobbler in P ' aylikers ' Christmas I ' laj ' . 7 — Weeping, wailing, looks of horror as Union! tes see themselves as others (photograplierst st-e them. S — " Stespean " dummy born at midnight. 10 — Randall directs Community Chorus in annual rendition of Handel ' s " Messiah. " 13 — -Longest Christmas vacation in history of Union begins. 14 — Topping stays u]) all night to write report for Survey Conference. 25 — Students ' belief in Santa still unshattered. JANUARY — Colonel Bender resigns after long illness. —Winter quarter registration , . . Fern Blackburn hits campus. —Pfeiffer fun party . . . Rhythm in upper story censured. — " Unholy Five " flog preachers in l attle ro, al on cage court (score: 53-5). ■KJ — Dr. Amis sing.s swan song as director of Sur ' ey E ' aluation Conference . . . Stuidivant and AA ' ard come and go . . . Union s post-war plans announced — swimming pool, chapel, student union building (See what advantages we ' ll have missed). —Prexy Morgan succeeds Dr. Boatman . . . Students run college . . . Result — more sympathetic attitude toward teachers. —That man from Harlan County shoots again (for " Stespean " ). —Mahler mounts mule at Red Bird. —Faculty whip students in double-header cage tilt . . . Moore sinks a foul, then sinks to floor . . . Female faculty members piove that there are exceptions to all basketball rules . . . Wah Wah ' s record threatened by " Dead Eye " Gibson (See picture on page 62). 70 UNION NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Deposits insured up to $5,000 for each depositor RESOURCES OVER TWO AND ONE HALF MILLION DOLLARS COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE LOCK BOXES FOR RENT We Sell Travelers ' Checks — Maintain Savings Department KENNETH TUGGLE, President MATTHEW McKEEHAN, Cashier THE RAPP LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER AND BUILDING SUPPLIES Sherwin-Williams Paints General Elec-Jric Appliances BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY MMsflLifi ' s TELEPHONE II HOME FURNISHERS, JEWELERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS COMPLIMENTS OF CHAPPELL GROCERY COMPANY Distributors of " Snow Goose Flour " PINEVILLE, KENTUCKY COMPLIMENTS OF DAINTY MAID BAKERY Corbin, Kentucky Phone 678 THE 1944-45 CALENDAR 5- 12- 15- 19- 20- 3S- 9- 10- U- 12- 13- 16- 19 -No chapel -Nineteen new eni ' ollees Union in answer to maidens ' -Pfeiffei ' throws open house for more fuel. FEBRUARY Students hcarthrok-Ti. " Long John Roberts arrives at prayer: . . . Peters suffocates as Thistle begs ■Snapshot contest ends . Webb emerges victorious. -Colonel Bender presented $100 War Bond in appreciation of his long service to Union. Sinatra ' Waterman collapses on stage as " Rastus " Page -Junior Frivolities . bobby-soxers swoon. -Dillon crowned Quci ' n of Winter Wonderland jitterbugs. MARCH -Mae Louise Harris called on carpet for solo trek after dark. -Students trip the light fantastic in old-fashioned folk games. -Unionites shed three gallons of blood at Louisville Red Cross ' . ' enter. -Enervated Palefaces in need of renovation. -Junior- Senior dinner and theater party baker ' s " dozen of biscuits. Doc Gibson consumes Chispas Est udi an tiles " and " Le -Language students publish Courier de Union College. " —Senior Day . . , Union co-eds trail visiting males (ages 14 to 18 1 . . . Understudy Smith makes public appearance. 21 — Exams . . . No blackout In Pfeiffer and Stevenson . . . Oh, the pity of it all ! 22-26 — Time out to recover. 26 — Enrollment up again . . . Pfeiffer Hall full . . . C. Turner living in hospital. 27 — Chorus concert . . . Ralph Randall ' s hidden talent discovered when he sings " Old Man River " . , . Senior rings arrive . . . Mr. Blair lend.s money to get them out of hock. APRIL 1 — Easter . . . Corsages , . . Rain . . . New dresses. 2 — This page written, and all copy mailed to printers. 6 — Seniors add another tree. 13 — B. X. A. musicale . . , Helen Hopkins trills " The Swallow Song " ; Dinah Shore retires from music field . . I.,a Tertulia makes merry in " Una Fiesta Mejicana. 14 — ' " arlton Eldridge, blind tenor, thrills audience. 21-22 — Mother-daughter weekend , . . After exhibition of Creasys " culinarj ' skill, mamas decide daughters won ' t s tarve. 26 — Mary Hutchinson (not John ' s girl friend), Dramatic monologist. concludes season ' s artist numbers. 28-29— B. X. A. frolics at Cumberland Falls . . . Louise Williams goes o er Falls in a barrel. 3fl-May 4— Dr. Adolphus Gilliam, of Danville, con-ducts Spring Re- ligious Emphasis W- ek. MAY 7 — Dean reads new catalog in chapel. 11-12 — Curies of tomorrow jaunt to the Falls. 13 — Cumberland Falls hotels closed for repairs. 17 — All-Union banquet . . . Who said we didn t have school spirit? IS — Katharine Morgan, senior, seen In chapel . . . Dr. Boatman ap- points committee to investigate. 19 — Bar liourvi lie ' s May Day . . . Floats, pretty girls, long di ' esses. 24 — President ' s dinner for seniors . . . Dr. B. rents tux again. 28 — Senior Class will, prophecy, history read . . . Thera Roberts leaves her knowledge of Spanish to Dorothy Sa. lor. 14-31 — Club picnics . . . 4.551 weiners disappear. JUNE 2— Commencement play, " Spring Fever " . . , Jack (Mills) invents, gets Spring (Hopkins) fever. 3 — Dr. Charles Laymon returns to campus to deliver Baccalaureate address, 4 — Iota Sigma Nu lun:heon and Initiation . . . Alumni banquet. 5 — Sixty-sixth Commencement . . . Dr. George T. Carl, speaker . . . Proud parents. 6-8 — Final exams . . , " Oh. well, we ' re needed in defense work anyway. " You Are Always Welcome at ALBRIGHT DRUG COMPANY BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY Complimenfs of CAWN ' S BARBOURVILLE. KENTUCKY If It ' s Drugs, Think of COTTONGIM DRUG CO. Your Rexall Store Main St. d+ 3rd Corbin, Kentucky SUSONG Florist Flowers for All Occasions Phone 183 Middlesboro, Kentuclcy J. C. PENNEY COMPANY Incorporated CORBIN, KENTUCKY " Where a Nation Shops and Saves " MARTIN ' S For Petert Diamond Brand and Weather Bird Shoes GEORGE MARTIN, Owner Pineville, Ky. VIV SALES COMPANY Jewelry — Gifts — Novelties — General Merchandise BIBLES — Watch and Clock Repairing Phone 66B-W Lyie L. Willis, Manager Corbin, Kentuclty LEWIS W. REISER JEWELER Genuine Registered Keepsake Diamond Rings BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY CORBIN Y. M. C. A. CAFETERIA Ed Nicholson, Manager Corbin Ky. Compliments of J. J. NEWBERRY COMPANY PINEVILLE, KENTUCKY PRICE FURNITURE COMPANY Piano , Coal and Gas H saters, Ranges Everything for the Home Located at the U derpass Corbin, Ken tucky Phone 247-J TEXACO SERVICE STATION Pineville, Kentucky Phone 9112 BLACK MOTOR COMPANY Incorporated " GIVES YOU A BETTER BUY " Buick — Pontiac — Plymouth — Dodge Packard — Cadillac — International Trucks Phones 244 — 245 Harlan, Kentucky NDEX OF FACULTY AND STUDENTS Abner. Kelen 24 Eaton, Janrose 29, 38 Adams, Porter . 21, 36, 38, 39, +1, 42, 47, 48, 54, 56 Eichor, Frances 16, 48 Adams, Ruby 25, 42 Elliott, David 25, 39, 40, 43, 5c " Alder, H. E 16, 4° F-ly. Nanetta .... 25, 34, 35, 36, 45, 46, 47, 49 Allen, Gliraa 28, 3 ,, 37, 45, 46, 49, 50 Fortney, Nina 29, 43 Amis, Mildred 28 Gaines, Fay 29, 43, 45 " Amis, Otis C ■ ' ' .37 Garland, Lois 32 Bailey, Billie Jeanne .... 24, 35, 37, 38, 41, 4(1 Garrett, Nell ... 24, 35, 36, 38, 39, 41, 43, 45, 54 Baker, Lesa 28 ' Gibson, Byron H 16, 34, 35, 44 Balmer, . lberta 17. 43 (?ibson, Callie Mae 32 Bet;ley, Mary 23, 37 Gilbert, Rose 29, 37 Bcnder, E. A 7. " Giles, Ajjnes 29, 40 Benjamin, Lois 28, 38, 41, 46 Goins, Richard 26, 43 Blai-kburn, Fern 28 tJrablc, ' irginia 29, 45, 49, 55 Rlair, James F 15. 35 Graham, Rozelle 29, 38, 40,41, 42, 46 Blundell, ' ivian 26, 39, 42, 45, 47, 48 Gray, Wayne T 16, 47 ' Boatman, Conway ■ ■ 14 CJrecar, Elizabeth 24,34,35,36,37,41,44,46,48,52,5 ' ) Boatman, Mr . Conway 24 CJrecne, Lois 26 Boi;i;s, Emogene 28, 37, 38, 45, 4S CJreene, Marie 29, 36 BowlinK. Cecil 23, 43, 47, 50 Grizzcll, Doris 29, 49 Britton, W ' ilma 24 Gross, Novella 26 Brown, Joyce 28, 36, 38, 39, 41, 42 llasgard, Mrs. G. M 29, 42, 43 Bruce, Evelyn 28, 38, 43 Hall, Mrs. Cleadia P 26 Calhoun, Mary Esther 26 Hall, Janelle 30, 38, 43 Campbell, Charlcne . . 26, 34, 36, 37, 38, 40, 48, 49 Harris, Elva 30, 43, 45 Carter, Lena Jean 28 Helton, Mabel 30 Carter, Ruth 23, 45, 47, 49 Hendricks, Cieneva 26, 40 Click, Mrs. Cleo 24 Hopkins, Helen 3°. 37. 38. 4i. 43, 45 Collier, Mrs. Oda B 26 Howard, Juanita 30, 37. 4° Comb,, Hohart 24 Howard, Lois . . 30, 38. 43 Cravens, Barbara 26, 36, 38, 39, 41, 46 ' Creasy, . " Mma F iS Creas , Mrs. Ethel 18 Cresse, Margaret 28, 36, 38, 41 Hubbard, Mrs. .Mar P 26 Hurst, Sadie 26 Hutchinson, Mary Margaret ... 30, 36, 38, 40, 41 Kon, Loraine 30. 35. 4°. 4 ' Jackson, Eulalia 26 ' " ' ■ " ' " ' " " ' 8. 37, 42 ' .y hnson, Mrs. Daisv . ,8 Davidson, Mrs. Violet 24 |„h„son, Mrs. E. C 24. 37. 39, 42 Davis, Lorna June 21, 36, 37, 38, 40, 41 Johnson, Roberta 30, 35. 41, 42, 46, 49 DcLong, Kenneth 28, 50 j , j - pi ,, Dillon, Tomm 26, 38, 40, 45, 46, 53 Jones, Jayne 32, 45 Disney, Jean 29, 43 Kilgore, Marie 24, 34, 35, 36, 45, 50 Dobson, Mrs. Elsie S 26 King, (. " ,. A 18, 64 Doby, Pauline 24 Ledford, Mrs. Mattie S 24 Dotson, Martha 24 Leger, Glen 22 Dowler, Dillie 24 Lehman, John 30, 35, 4 ' , 42, 43 Drinnon, Ralph 25, 34 Lincks, Mrs. Mary E 22 Dugger, Edith 22 Loi, Mary 26, 35, 40, 41, 45, 46, 47, 49 Dulling, Jean 29, 40, 41 Long, Rhea 25, 35, 36, 45, 46, 47, 49 Early, Jack 27, 34, 38, 41, 42, 47, 48 _____ EasterUng, A. B 17, 36, 46 Mcmber of the faculty. 74 MARY ' S SHOPPE Today ' s Styles Today — With a Touch of Tomorrow PINEVILLE, KENTUCKY BROWN ' S DRUG STORE PINEVILLE, KENTUCKY PERRY H. SILER. B.S. in Pharmacy COMPLIMENTS OF THE BANK OF HARLAN HARLAN, KENTUCKY COMPLIMENTS OF BLAIR HARDWARE COMPANY BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY WARREN JEWELRY COMPANY C. A. WARREN Proprietor Jewelry — Hallmark Cards Eastman Kodaks— Supplies Phone 332 W I I I Main Street Corbin, ky. ALVIS S. BENNEH General Insurance Agent Surety Bonds and Real Estate After you have firlshecl school at Union and scattered to the four corners of the earth, catch a plane when you need your hair dressed and fly to — LUMPKINS BEAUTY SHOP BARBOUkVlLLE KENTUCKY VERRAN ' S SMART APPAREL And Accessories for Women — Misses Children — Infants MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY COMPLIMENTS OF KNOX COUNTY SUPPLY COMPANY BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY NDEX OF FACULTY AND STUDENTS - ' Luce, Opi ' S, 45 RuiiMni, I ' auiine 26 MiCiear , Hazel 22 Sal er, Fa e 26, 41, 4 1 MiKeclian, Mr-. Mary 23, 36, 3S, 43, 45 Savior, Dorothy 6, 36 Mahler, Frederiik 30, 36, 4:: Saylor, Juaiiita 24, 36 Nhns, Mrs. . Ilie M 24 Scalf, Dewaiia 3 ' , 38. 43, 50 Mays, Mrs. Veriia H 26 Scott, CcraUline 24 Mealer, Margret 26 Slusher, .Amanda 32 Mellon. James 24, 59, 4 Slosher. Mary 32 Mellott, Mary 24, 36, 38, 39, 4: -Smith, Alice R 16, 46 Miller, Laymen 3 ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' 5 " i ' ' ' ' i 3 ' , 43 Miller, Marjorie 3 ' " ' ' ' ' ' Kermit 31, 40, 50 Mills, Sterling 30, 40, 41, 43, 55 Smith, Kyle 31, 43, 50 -Miracle, Bradley .... 25, 40, 43, 47, 48, 49, 50 Sopcr, David W 16, 4 .Mitchell, Maurice 31 Spooncr, Elizabeth 32, 36, 38, 42, 45, 47 Mitchell, Rnby J 2h Spnrlock, Sallie 26 -Moore, Kathleen 16, 37, 45 Stalford, Marie 32, 37, 38, 40, 42, 45 Moore, Vernon 31. 34. 4 ' . V) Stuart, Dcjris E 32 Morgan. Katharine . 20, 34, 35, 36, 39, 40, 44, 45, 56 " Sutphen. Kathryn V 17, 49 Miirphv, Maxine ... 20, 34, 35, 36, 44, 46, 48, 56 Tappan, Katherine ... 23, 34. 35, 37, 45, 47, 56 Xantz, CSoida 26 Taylor, Pansy 3 , 37 Xoe, Viola 24 Taylor, U. R 32 Norfleet. Andre v j 24 Thistle, Norma 32, 38, 40, 41, 42, 46, 48 Noss, Virginia 31, 3 . 4 ' . 4 ' ' " " • M i garet 3 , 35. 40, 4 ' . 49 Ochsner, John 27, 40, 41, 50 " Topping, Marvin V 18, 34, 35 Ochsner, Kathrvn 26, 37, 40, 45 Treadwav, Sherley 3 , 50 Owens, Mrs. Ida Mae 32 Turner, Christine 32 »Page, Mary Virginia 17 T. i- ' . Herman 24, 36, 40, 41 Parker, Mrs. Frances S 21 Valentine, Kathleen 22 Parker, Jewell 32 Valentine, Shellie 32 Parker, Ruhv 26 Vaughn, W ' ilma 22 I ' arker, Ruth 24 ' iall, Mary Katherine 27, 36, 38, 41 Parr.itt, Lollae Mae 22 Ward, Elizabeth 22 P.iirott, .Mr-. Lucille 22 Warren, Hemic c 32 Payne, Evelsji 26, 38, 48 Waterman, Chester ... 27, 34, 35, 38, 41, 42, 50 Pearson, Robert 31, 39. 41, 42. 4 , 47. 4. ' ' ' ebb, Billie 22, 34, 36, 39, 40, 45, 46 Pennington, Annette 31. 3S, 43, 45, 48 ' c t. Helen Rose 32 Perkins, Betty Jo 31, 38. 4 ' . 43 ' ' ' ' ' i ' ' ' ' ' " ' - - ' 2 •Peters, Phillip 1 17. 35, 38. 44 ' ' ' " f " ' Mil t-- " ! § 24 Whitfield, Olga 32, 36 Williams, Louise .... 25, 38, 40, 45, 47, 49, 50 William-, Ruby Lee 32 ■Wil-on, . lleen 17 Wilson, F ' dith 32 ■ W ' iminer, C R 15. 44 ' i]iters, Eleanor 32, 40, 41 Wolfe, ' ivian 32, 43 R.,berts, John M 32 y . rs. Alma Poff 24 Poage, Leila W 17. 4 ' Poff, Dorothy 22 Ponder, E. I ' crry .... 24, 35, 36, 37, 40, 47, 48 Price, Marian 3 ' . 35, 4 ' ■Randall, Mr-. Elma A 17, 38, 47 Randall, Ralph 27 " Richard-on, Erne-tine A 18 Roberts, Thera Mae 20, 36, 41, 45, 4fi, 48 Root, (i. B 31 Ro-e, Joie 22, 37, 40, 45 ' Member of the faculty. 76 Veager, Edward 32 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE America ' s Big Batlery Buy Features Wizard Batteries — Auto Accessories JAMES CARRUTH, Manager Home Owned BarbourvKle, Kentucky SEYMOUR ' S Ready-toWear BARBOURVILLE. KENTUCKY Drink cca TIADI.HAIK 110- U. 1. PAT. O f r. In Bottles MIDDLESBORO COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS, Inc. Quality Merchandise — at Popular Prices CLOTHING— SHOES BURR ' S DEPARTMENT STORE 201-205 Main St. Corbin, K y- SMITH-CAWOOD HARDWARE COMPANY We Sell the G enuine Warm Morning Heater Phone 60 Plneville, Kentucky HOWARD DRUG COMPANY " Prescriptions Our Specialty " Phone 755 Harlan, Kentucky ANNUALS PHOTOGRAPHS CATALOGS ART WORK SOUTHERN ENGRAVERS 803 McGavock St. Nashville, Tenn. STEWART DRY CLEANERS Prompt Service — Real Satisfaction TERRY PONDER, Agent at Union BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT HARLAN DRUG COMPANY Fountain Service — Cosmetics HARLAN, KENTUCKY CREECH BROTHERS LUMBER COMPANY Phone 9 Pineville, Kentuclcy WILLIAMS " STORE Exclusive but not Expensive BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY MODERN BAKERY MEL-O-CREAM CAKES MEL-O-TOAST BREAD Pineville Harlan Middlesboro Im tHatet Girt with many a grand old mountain Stands our College dear. hile the Cumberland - mgs erer Praise for her to hear. Union College. Alma Mater. We would praise thee, too. For the strength of precepts taught us. We ' ll to them be true. Chorus Union College, dear old Union! Union, strong and free! Loyal sons and daughters erer We will lire for thee. For the greatest of all lessons Praise is erer thine: faith in God and m our brother. Serrice. too. sublime. As rre go to meet life ' s con flic I. We shall rictors be. If ne ' rc loyal to the precepts Taught so well by thee. — Aricam. E. W ' hkks 78 THE BARBOURVILLE ADVOCATE Office Supplies — Job Printing Typewriters, Stationery, Cards Invitations, Announcements BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY COMPLIMENTS OF MARTIN BROTHERS For four generations the name Martin has stood for the best In ELASTIC WEBBING MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY THIS SPACE IS DONATED WITH THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF UNION COLLEGE HARRY E. BULLOCK Chairman HARLAN JEWELRY COMPANY HARLAN, KENTUCKY Distributors of Genuine Registered Keepsake Diamond Rings — Garland, Loyalty, and Cardinal Insured Diamond Rings — Towie, Gorham, Wallace, Lunt, and International Sterling Silver — 1847 Rogers Silverplate — Elgin, Hamilton, Waltham, Longine, Tissot, and Helbros Watches — Royal Daulton Figurines — Spode China — Haviland China — Fostoria Glassware — Ladies ' and men ' s stone rings, lockets, brooches, watch chains, key chains, costume jewelry, Sheaffer, Parker and Eversharp pens and pencils, Prince and Princess Gardner wallets, clocks, pendants, necklaces, pearls, beads, identifica- tion bracelets, ladies ' bracelets, Alfred Dunhill of London leather goods and cigarette lighters, Mary Dunhill perfume, Elgin American and Wadsworth compacts, and many other jewelry items. FINANCIAL STATEMENT THE 1945 STESPEAN INCOME Sale of annuals 43.13 Advertising .76 E.xcess funds accumulated by circulation manager 55.00 Sale of Oriental rug from Stespean office .15 Sale of furniture from same 2,942.16 Donation from board member . . .17 Bribe from " Preacher " Yeager to leave out his picture .10 Sale of assistant editor ' s funny books 99.19 Pawn of business manager ' s class ring 2.00 Contribution of all staff members ' allowances .57 Total 341.12 EXPENDITURES Photography, engraving, printing $ 12.09 Stationery and postage 407.11 Retouching of photos of faculty members (Twelve at y lOO each) 1,200.00 Artist ' s stipend for male ng posters 442.22 Flash bulbs for snapshot editor (at .10 each) 1,000.00 Salary to business manager .49 Fee to Dr. Gibson to pass editor (Two courses at .) 115.02 each) 230.04 Bandages for fingers cut while cropping snapshots .... 9.49 Ammunition to combat mosquitoes (Dean made it in his chemistry lab) ... 34.99 Vitamin pills and nerve tonic for editor 4.31 Janitor bill for Stespean office (Editor cleaned it free of charge) 000.00 Cots, radio, and black coffee (For editorial staff) 2.47 Fifty-one quarts of ice cream (To give staff strength to go on) 25.50 Miscellaneous (Other food) 92.63 One-way ticket away from here (For editor to use just before distribution of annuals) 49.33 Unaccounted for 5,000.00 Total 24,352.35 Deficit 24,011.23 (To be raised by Dr. Boatman) Xotk: : u simil,-irit iif thi fin.Tiiclal stateijifiit tci llit- Iriiih is purely cuiiuulcntal. 80 COMPLIMENTS OF POWERS NORTON HARLAN, KENTUCKY Compliments of GOLDE ' S DEPARTMENT STORE BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY ASHER COAL MINING COMPANY Phone 120 Pinevilie, Kentucky Get It At LEE ' S MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY Compliments of JACOB ' S CHEVROLET CO. MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY CORBIN MILK COMPANY Pas+euriied Dairy Products Corbin, Kentucky Phone 284 KIDD BROTHERS Guardian of the Family Food Budget BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY IN APPRECIATION The Stespean staff wishes to express ap- preciation to every person who aided in the production of this annual — those staff members who worked so faithfully, our literary and business advisers, those stu- dents who contributed snapshots, those who in any way helped us in the work on this yearbook. Special thanks is due to Mr. E. W. Ben- son of the Benson Printing Company for his helpful advice and assistance to the editor, and also to the following students who voluntarily assisted the staff, and the following members of the faculty, not di- rectly connected with the annual, who nevertheless proved a source of invaluable aid: CECIL BOWLING BARBARA CRAVENS VIRGINIA GRABLE RHEA LONG EVELYN PAYNE MR. JAMES F. BLAIR PROF. PHILLIP I. PETERS MISS ALLEEN Vv ' ILSON DEAN C. R. WIMMER And, in conclusion, the staff wishes to thank those businessmen whose advertising has helped make this yearbook possible. We hope you will patronize them. THE STAFF a " CA •it M » x M THI S B Q Q K D E S C n E D A n D P R 1 n T E D BY X A J PJ P ; ' ; ' ju1. " -- ' i;fe ' .:; ! :; [ 1 C- X. )64iSVtt p R I n T I n c c m p A n Y T e A S 9 (A n A S H V I LIE r Auto tapkA % lutcfMph Weeks-Toivnsan j ' Isnierial Library Union Col ' ags Barbourville, 1(Y 40906 f T ' v - ' ' ts s£ - ;-: -7 : r : C z; - U S ■li - 5?? ' ;5 V ' rq: ■ 1 ' . ., ' ' . , ' ' " ;
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