Union College - Stespean Yearbook (Barbourville, KY)
- Class of 1946
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Dean ' s Gtfke lit 1946 STESPEAN Weeks-Townsend Memorial Library Union College Barbourville, KY 40906 PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY OF UJVIOJV COLLEGE B A R B O U R V I L L E, KENTUCKY m - u ' union cbufci ADMIMSTRATIOJV BViLDiNG -S3 - mr HOBERT E. BROCK M HAROLD COREY . . . IJV Farmer Union Died World FRANK DUNN HERMAN FAULKNER OFFARD HERNDON JOHN RANDALL HUDSON HENRY W. JONES MEMORIAM Students MVho In Service War II y WALTER R. WHITE JAMES SOWDER CLAUDE P. SMITH ■■■wmm Mm HJm LAWRENCE SMITH - KENNETH MARSEE CURTIS MASSEY GILLOUS MIRACLE JAMES Wm Hi., -UK • Business Manager ana " Treasurer DEDICATED to 3€r. James E m Blair For his sincerity and kindness, his warm-hearted friendliness, his devotion to duty, his unsel= fishness, his patriotism, and his deep loyalty to Union Cotieye. We are Ike airls of [ Peiffer Mall VVailina tor claAA to beain rll plau and no work makes Aach — Speed aneaci O svaola udted C Apanot. iL I low, itop me if uou ve heard tnii one — ■ " " Sfc H HII r a " ja.rfe I ? $$ to I, J ft J . -s j . ► . m — rnd what do theu talk about after 10:00 o cloch. oLJateA, the J uo, f- arker I the [Anion swoonatra h food, oLJoou I the answer to a co-ed prauer J, alJr. Smiths exams, food, dated. ..... FORE WORD Dear Students of Union College, You will find enclosed a copy of your 1946 STESPEAN. It is our wish that it may bring you much pleasure and lasting satis- faction through the years to come. Sincerely, THE STAFF CONTENTS CAMPUS ADMINISTRATION CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS SPORTS FEATURES ACTIVITIES c A M P C S sWdmini tration (fiSuildin 9 -Photo by Fred Mahler 16 .-- % 2 ' m Jtr- ■ W ' JM 28 «-.•■ - J peed rrali ' umnaiium - roiqail C-. Ween A tr tentorial oLib rari • pp ' ' " " illlBliliU " v mm . Stevenson rrali Pfeiffer Mad O A II D OF TRUSTEES T W APPLEEY Cincinnati, Ohio ALVIS 5 BENNETT . Hartford, Kentucky HARRY E. BULLOCK, Chairman Lexington, Kentucky C B CAWOOD Harlan, Kentucky JOSEPH EDINGER Louisville, Kentucky JOHN HUGHES Louisville, Kentucky SAMPSON KNUCKLES Barbourville, Kentucky M E PATE Madisonville, Kentucky A R PERKINS Harlan, Kentucky S L RENFRO Williamsburg, Kentucky S C RICE Fort Thomas, Kentucky J H RICHARDSON Maysville, Kentucky MRS, F D SAMPSON Barbourville, Kentucky H A SPRAGUE Evansville, Indiana W C STEWART Bellevue, Kentucky KENNETH H TUGGLE Barbourville, Kentucky BEDFORD TURNER Henderson, Kentucky C E VOGEL Pikeville, Kentucky LUTHER M WALTER Chicago, Illinois J W WELDON Louisville, Kentucky C N WHITE Barbourville, Kentucky J RALPH WOOD Hazard, Kentucky E S WOOSLEY Louisville, Kentucky HENRY M ZIMMERMAN Cincinnati, Kentucky MEMBER EMERITUS C, B NORDEMAN Louisville, Kentucky EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS CONWAY BOATMAN Barbourville, Kentucky W T WATKINS Louisville, Kentucky , ' 0 A D M I I S T R A T I O CONWAY BOATMAN. A. »., B.O., M.A..O.O. PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE As President of Union College during one of the most difficult periods in its history, Dr. Conway Boatman, by his untiring efforts, has been largely responsible for maintaining Union ' s high standards and for keeping the college alive during the war years. Now, at the return of peace, the students, faculty, and friends of Union College can look forward to a brilliant future in post-war expansion directed by the same president who has done so much already to build a sound backing for Union. 23 DEAJV OF THE COLLEGE CHARLES R. WIMMER M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry Head of the Department of Physical Science BYRON H. GIBSON M A., PhD Professor of English and Head of the Department of Languages DAVID WESLEY SOPER A.B., S.T.B.. PhD. Francis Landrum Memorial Professor of Bible and Philosophy and Head of the Department of Bible and Philosophy MARVIN W. TOPPING A B., S.T.B, Director of Public Relations STRAUTHER W. GRISE M A., Ph.D. Professor of Education. Head of the Department of " ISLA ELLER-3E A B , MA Dean of Women and As- sistant Professor of English MARVIN M. KEITH M.S., Ph.D. Professor of Biology and Head of the Department of Biology PHILIP M. SMITH Th.B., M Ed.. Ph.D. Russell M. Bennett Memorial Professor of Sociology and Head of the Depart- ment of Social Studies BERNARD E. WILSON B.S., M.A Professor of Physical Education and Head of the Department of Physical Education 25 KATHLEEN MOORE A.B., MA Associate Professor of Education ALICE ROBERTSON SMITH A.B., M A Associate Professor of Home Economics Assistant Dean of Women ALDIS B. EASTERLING A B , MA Assistant Professor of Spanish and French LEILA WILLIS POAGE TORA LARSEN A B . LL B . M A A B , M A Assistant Professor of English and Speech Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science PHILLIP I. PETERS B S Instructor in Mathematics and Physics A U 26 W. M. WILSON WILLIAM H. JEFFREY JULIA MARSHALL A.B., M.A. AB, M.A. B.S. in Ed., M.A. ssistant Professor of Education rner Sessions in Sum- Instructor in History Instructor in Physical Education jf f ! ■- H mum NOT PHOTOGRAPHED FRANK K. BURGESS A.B., M.A. Registrar STITH M. CAIN I A . MA , B.S. in L.S., M.Ed. Librarian ERNESTINE RICHARDSON B.S Dietitian LUCILLE EPPERSON B.M Instructor in Music KATHRYN VAN DEUSEN SUTPHEN Instructor in Piano and Art AND STAFF 27 OPAL LUCE B.S. Secretary to the President GEORGE A. KING DAISY JOHNSON Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Matron in Women ' s Dormitory SALLY MeCLASKEY Secretary to the Dean A. F. CREASY Assistant to the Dietitian ETHEL M. CREASY Assistant to the Dietitian S 28 € Id A S S E S O e. ▼ } » n d WALTER TREADWAY President . SAM CARICO, Vice-President First Row Oneida RUTH MAY, Secretary . . . Wakenva, Virginia YVONNE KILGORE, Treasurer Pascagoula. Mississippi Coeburn, Virginia Second Row WILLIAM ALLEN Camp Taylor CLAYTON ASHER Beverly RUTH AMBURGEY McRoberts ODDIS BAKER Corbin Third Row RUBY SUE BALL Louisa ELSIE BENTLE JACK BAYS Barbourville VERA BRACKBILL Falmouth Port Royal, Pennsylvania It I S II l I 30 First Row JUANITA BROCK Corbin IRENE BRUCE Barbourville ROBERT BROWNING Barbourville THOMAS BUCHANAN Barbourville Second Row SADIE CAMPBELL New Tazewell. Tennessee LITA GREY COCHRAN Husronville OPAL CLARK Cedartown. Georgia FLORENCE COMBS Haza.d Third Row DORIS CORNETT Gordon CURTIS DYE Arjay BEVERLY DURHAM Barbourville BRUCE EDWARDS Coeburn, Virginia FRESH MEN 31 First Row EVELYN ENGLAND Tazewell, Tennessee INEZ EVANS Clairfield, Tennessee VIRGINIA ENZOR Lynch PAUL FARRIS Gray Second Row GENEVA GARRISON Manchester NORMA JEAN SINN CARRIE GIBSON Evarts MABEL GIRDNER .... Maysville Mansfield. Ohio Third Row MARJORIE GIRDNER Mansfield, Ohio RHODORA HAHN VERNON GLASSCOCK Barboumlle MARGARET HAMMONS Moreland Barbourville I It K S II M E N 32 First Row CLEO HATMAKER Hazard WALTER HOPPER Barbourville ROBERT HAUSER Barbourville MARGARET HOWARD Harlan Second Row MARIE HOWARD Loyall BETTY JANE ISAAC Cumberland CHARLES HUNTER Pineville ANITA JOHNSON Hazard Third Row GERALDINE JONES Girdler MILDRED KEYZER Lynn, Massachusetts LIDA BELL JONES Hustonville MARGARET LAWRENCE Jamestown FRESHMEN 33 First Row CLARENCE LAWSON Four Miie AGNES LEWALLEN Totz DORIS LEE Barbourville ADA LEWIS Baxter Second Row FRANCES LEWIS Barbourville HELEN LEWIS Putney GLADYS LEWIS Spencer, West Virginia BETTY JANE LITTERAL Millersburg, Ohio Third Row BOBBIE LUMPKINS Barbourville JUNE McDONALD Barbourville NANCY LYNN Liberty MARY McMICHAEL Lexington FRESHMEN !4 First Row CONSTANCE MARTIN Barbourville AUDREY MULLINS Amburgey MARILYN MOORE Tulsa. Oklahoma ROY MULLINS Amburgey Second Row VIRGINIA LEE MUNCY Four Mile ALMA PACE Corbin HAROLD OSBORNE Wallins Creek DICKIE JUNE PARTIN Pineville Third Row SARA LEE PENCE Hazard VIRGINIA POWERS Monticello MARY ALICE PENNINGTON Four Mile ROY RITCHIE Barbourville I It I S II l I 35 First Row ERNEST ROSE Gray NELL SCHRADER Rosenberg, Texas ANNE RUDD Cutuno LEE SCOTT Corbin Second Row EVELYN RUTH SIMONS Maysville ELSIE STEWART Fount ALMA STANBERRY Rella MIRIAM TAPPAN Delmar, Delaware Third Row GERALDINE TATE Cumberland JEANNETTE THOMAS Liberty JAY TEAGUE Corbin ANN TINSLEY Barbourville It I S II 1 I 36 First Row BILLIE JEAN TIPTON Jeffersonville, Indiana CLEO TURNER Incline CHARLENE TOLLIVER Seco GERALDINE WATTS Amburgey Second Row PHYLLIS WEBB Somerville. Massachusetts ERNEST WILLIAMS Flat Lick CECILY WHITE Mobile, Alabama MARGALENE WILLIAMS Hardburley MARTHA WILSON Third Row Pleasureville RICHARD YOUNG JEAN ZEISLOFT Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Ages F R E S M E X 37 First Row FREDERICK MAHLER. President Lynn Massachusetts MARY KATHERINE VIALL, Secretary Barbourville JOHN OCHSNER. Vice-President Anchorage STANLEY DEZARN, Treasurer Laurel Creek Second Row CHESTER WATERMAN, Sgt.-at-Arms . Somervile. Massachusetts AUGUSTA BROWN Fullerton MARY JANE BOSTWICK Horseheads, New York JOYCE BROWN Lowell, Massachusetts Third Row DENNIS CORNETT Linefork JEAN DULLING Jellico. Tennessee JEAN DISNEY Gray JACK EARLY Corbin SOPHOMORES 38 First Row WILLIAM W. ELAM Barbourville VIRGINIA GRABLE Baxter AGNES GILES Coeburn, Virginia SALLY GRAHAM Stoneham, Massachusetts Second Row MARIE GREENE Barbourville MARIE HOLDER Jamestown CHARLES HARRIS Corbin LOIS HOWARD Wallins MARY MARGARET HUTCHINSON LORAINE ISON Third Row Huntington, W. Va. ROBERTA JOHNSON Brooklyn, New York Flatwoods LEE JONES Evarts SOPHOMORES 39 First Row JOHN LEHMAN Beverly VIVIAN NORDSTROM Plainfield. New Jersey BEN MELLOTT Enola, Pennsylvania JAMES PARKER Corbin Second Row ROBERT PEARSON Lynn. Massachusetts JEANNE PRISLOPSKI Elmira, New York MRS. DOROTHY PHILPOT Barbourvllle GEORGE SKAGGS Eliiabethtown Third Row BEULAH SMITH Harlan MARIE STALFORD Bin ghamton, New York ELIZABETH SPOONER Acushnet, Massachusetts CHARLES TAYLOR Middlesboro S O P H O r ORES 40 MARGARET TOLL Newport LOIS WEBB Somerville, Massachusetts ELEANOR WINTERS Brownsville, Indiana SOPHOMORES MRS. MARY BETH GRISE Barbourvilla ESTHER P6REZ Cardenas. Cuba SPECIAL STUDENTS 41 J First Row •RALPH DRINNON. President Middlesboro •RUSSELL BOW. Vice-President Salem, Indiana TOMMY DILLON, Secretary Somerset Second Row LOUISE WILLIAMS, Treasurer Louisville RUBY ADAMS Gray VIVIAN BLUNDELL Lynn, Massachusetts •Resigned March 20, 1946. i i o n 42 s First Row MRS. CAROLINE BOATMAN Barbourville MAURICE BOWLING Creekville CATHERINE BRASHER Boaz. Alabama Second Row •HURSTON BURKHART, President Walli ns Creek HELEN JOY CAMPBELL Barbourville ALMA DIXON Burkesville •Elected President April 9, 1946. u X o It s 43 First Row WILLIAM HEARN Delrr.ar. Delaware MRS PEARL HENSLEY Burning Springs ARCHIE HILL Satliff Second Row ARDITH LEE Barbourville JAMES MELLON Sellersburg, Indiana MRS. MARY PEARSON Enola, Pennsylvania U X O K S 4 4 First Row DOROTHY NICHOLS Louisville MRS. MAE BLAIR RUDERMAN Barbourvilla DOROTHY SAYLOR Crab Orchard Second Row FRANK P. SNAVELY. JR Corbir, GARNET WALKER Monticello LELA WATSON Corbin U X O it s 45 MARY LENA WEBB Hustonville OLGA WHITFIELD Bdrbourville C IV O II s s E I O R S ANDREW J. NORFLEET HERMAN MITCHELL TYE MARIE KILGORE ANDREW J NORFLEET A.B. President English HERMAN MITCHELL TYE Barbourville A.B. Vice-President English MARIE KILGORE b jrn, Virginia A.B. Secretary English S I I O It s M JAMES FRANKLIN SCALF CECIL D. BOWLING BILLIE JEANNE BAILEY JAMES FRANKLIN SCALF Corbin A.B. Treasurer Bible and Moral Philosophy CECIL D. BOWLING Creelcville A.B. Sergeant-at-Arms Sociology BILLIE JEANNE BAILEY Middlesboro A.B. English SENIORS 49 s i I o n s 50 BARBARA CRAVENS JOHN DOBY BARBARA CRAVENS Pineville A.B. Mathematics JOHN DOBY Corbin A.B. Sociology NELL GARRETT Cedartown, Georgia A.B. Sociology SENIORS 51 MARY ELIZABETH GREEAR MRS. LYDIA CARTER KURYLO MRS. GAYLE FAULKNER LAWSON MARY ELIZABETH GREEAR Bardstown A.B. English, Spanish MRS. LYDIA CARTER KURYLO Cawood B.S. in Ed. MRS. GAYLE FAULKNER LAWSON Corbin A.B. English SENIORS 52 OPAL LEE MRS. GERALDINE SCOTT MELLOTT EVELYN PAYNE OPAL LEE Barbourville A.B. MRS. GERALDINE SCOTT MELLOTT Barbourville B.S. in Ed. Education EVELYN PAYNE Corbin A.B. Mathematics SENIORS 53 U J S J)m jf 4 _3b Wy cl T) ELEANOR TERRY PONDER MRS. MATILDA K. ROBBINS JUANITA SAYLOR ELEANOR TERRY PONDER Salem, Indiana A.B. Spanish, English MRS. MATILDA K. ROBBINS B.S. in Elem. Ed. Beverly JUANITA SAYLOR Crab Orchard A.B. Sociology SENIORS 54 LUCY ELLEN SHADOW KATHERINE TAPPAN BILLIE WEBB LUCY ELLEN SHADOW Decatur, Tennessee B.S. in Ed. Sociology KATHERINE TAPPAN Delmar, Delaware A.B. English BILLIE WEBB Manchester A.B. Biology SENIORS ■«_«■ J , J -I ' 55 SPRING-TERM SENIORS NOT PHOTOGRAPHED • RUTH CREASY Barbourville B.S. in Ed. MARTHA M. DOTSON London B.S. in Ed. BILLY HOSKINS Barbourville A.B. LESTER W. McNABB Kenvir B.S. in Ed. LOLLAE MAE PARROTT Lida B.S. WILMA ELLEN VAUGHN Corbin B.S. in Elem. Ed. JUNE WOODS Four Mile B.S. in Ed. b6 o R G A I z A T I O S THE STESPEAN STAFF Left to Right: Mary Margaret Hutchinson, Margaret Toll, Vivian Blundell, (Catherine Tappan, Chet Waterman, Eliza- beth Gresar, Dr. B H, Gibson, Marie Kilgore, Bill Hearn j3 From left around table: Marie Kilgore, Vivian Blundell, Chet Waterman, Ralph Drlnnon, Louise Williams, Elizabeth Greear, Dr. Byron H. Gib- son, Fred Mahler, Jack Early, Katherine Tap pan, Margie Toll, Mary Margaret Hutchinson. THE STAFF ELIZABETH GREEAR Editor MARIE KILGORE Business Manager DR. BYRON H. GIBSON Sponsor KATHERINE TAPPAN Associate Editor VIVIAN BLUNDELL Assistant Editor RALPH DRINNON Advertising Manager JACK EARLY Advertising Assistant LOUISE WILLIAMS Advertising Assistant MARY M. HUTCHINSON . . . Circulation Manager MARGIE TOLL Art Editor VIRGINIA GRABLE Assistant Art Editor CHET WATERMAN Photographic Editor FRED MAHLER Assistant Photographic Editor BILL HEARN Sports Editor JAMES PARKER Assistant 59 Seated: Betty Jane Isaac, Mickey McMichael, Mary Margaret Hutchinson, Terry Ponder, Loraine Ison, Roberta Johnson, Elizabeth Greear, Nancy Lynn. Standing: Jay league, Jean Disney, Andrew Norfleet, Joyce Brown, Bil ' Hearn, Margie Toll, Chtt Waterman, Dr Byron H, Gibson, Florence Combs. THE ORANGE STAFF TERRY PONDER Editor LORAINE ISON Editor ROBERTA JOHNSON Editor ELIZABETH GREEAR Editor MICKEY McMICHAEL Editor Left to Right: Margie Toll, Chet Waterman, Terry Ponder Seated: Terry Ponder, Loraine Ison, Roberta Johnson. Standing: Betty Jane Isaac, Margie Toll, Chet Waterman, Bill Hearn, Nancy Lynn, Dr. Byron H. Gibson. Elizabeth Greear AND BLACK CHET WATERMAN Business Manager MARGIE TOLL Advertising Manager BETTY JANE ISAAC . . . Circulation Manager NANCY LYNN Exchange Editor BILL HEARN Sports Editor DR. BYRON H. GIBSON Sponsor berta Johnson, Bill Hearn. 61 !• I V V I I K I II S First Row: Jack Early President Miss Leila Poage Sponsor Catherine Brasher Augusta Brown Second Row: Ruth May Sam Carico Sara Lee Pence Ruth Carter Fourth Row: Barbara Cravens Matilda K. Robbins Sally Graham Third Row: Evelyn Simons Elsie Stewart Geraldine Tate Norma Jean Ginn Fifth Row: Agnes Lewallen Cleo Turner 62 STEVENSON HALL COUNCIL Seated: Jack Early Charles Hunter Chet Waterman Standing: Lee Jones Maurice Bowling Aubrey Asher Andrew Norfleet In Chairs: Betty Spooner Elizabeth Greear Margie Toll, Miss 1 si a Ellerbe Dorothy Nichols Sally Graham On Floor Katherine Tappan Mildred Keyzer Lois Howard PEEIFFER HALL COUNCIL 63 First Row: Dr. M. M. Keith John Ochsner Sponsor President Lee Jones Vice-President Second Row: Augusta Brown Lois Webb Secretary Sam Carico Doris Cornett Richard Young Treasurer Norma Jean Ginn Yvonne Kilgore Third Row: John Lehman Agnes Lewallen Ruth May Vivian Nordstrom James Parker Fourth Row Sara Lee Pence Mary Alice Pennington Virginia Powers Evelyn Simons Geraldine Tate Fifth Row: Cleo Turner Cecily White Louise Williams SCIENCE C L 1 1 II 64 First Row: Prof. A. B. Easterling Loraine Ison Eleanor Ponder Sponsor Third Row: President Marie Greene Second Row: Fred Mahler Vice-President Lois Webb Secretary Joyce Brown Marilyn Moore Barbara Cravens Dorothy Nichols Cecil Bowling Tommy Dillon Vivian Nordstom Treasurer L A Mary Margaret Hutchinson T E R Andrew Norfleet T U Fourth Row Alma Pace Esther Perez Herman Tye Mary Katherine Vial! Louise Williams Jean Zeisloft L I A First Row Doris Lee Lois Webb Norma Jean Glnn President Vice-President Secretary Anne Rudd Elsie Bentle Treasurer Second Row Reporter Miss Alice R. Smith Barbara Cravens Rhodora Hahn Sponsor Margaret H ammons Third Row Ada Lewis Helen Lewis Dickie June Partin Vivian Nordstorm Geraldine Watts ROYAL ORDER OF HOMEMAKERS 66 JEANNETTE THOMAS Pianist First Row Helen Lewis Lela Watson Mary M. Hutchinson Charlene Tolliver Mae Blair Ruderman Joyce Brown Barbara Cravens Elsie Stewart Miss Lucile Epperson Dickie June Partin Tommy Dillon Second Row Director Ruth Amburgey Mary Alice Pennington Jean Zeisloft Ada Lewis Nell Schrader Vera Brackblll Jean Disney Frances Lewis Matilda Robbins Loraine Ison H O R U S 57 First Row: • rt B. Pearson ■ ■ • . Fred Mahler Dr. D. W. Soper Sponsor Ruby Adams Elsie Bentle Second Row: Roberta Johnson Lee Scott Russell Bow Mildied Keyzer Frank Snavely Vivian Blundell Ben Mellott Fifth Row: Joyce Brown Gerry Mellott Betty Spooner Jack Early Fourth Row: Marie Stalford Sally Graham Mary Pearson Marjorie Toll Third Row: Dorothy Nichols Chet Waterman Loraine Ison Frank Scalf Jean Zeis loft OXFORD CLUB AND AUXILIARY 68 B. H. GIBSON VIVIAN BLUNDELL MARIE KILGORE PHILLIP I. PETERS WILLIAM E. COLLINS GAYLE LAWSON C. R. WIMMER ELIZABETH GREEAR KATHERINE TAPPAN Union ' s honorary scholastic fraternity, lota Sigma Nu, was founded in 1936 as a reward for scholastic achieve- ment, diligence in study, and high ideals. Membership [s 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 magna cum laude. Faculty members may also be elected to the fraternity. IOTA SIGMA N IT 69 LE CERCLE I It A I S First Row Billie Jeanne Bailey Roberta Johnson President Vice-P ' e id 2nt Lita G. - oy Cochran Tr.as.-;- Second Row Prof. A. B. Easterl Sponsor ' ■ Jean Dulling Elizabeth Greear Lois Howard Third Row L ' da Bell Jones Nancy Lynn Jeannetto Thames P i Secretary hard - ' ? The chief activity of the French students during the year was the production of " Zaire, " a five-act tragedy by Voltaire which was translated into English by the class in Modern French Literature and presented for the benefit of French relief. Billie Jeanne Bailey played the title role, and John Doby took the part of the Sultan, Orosmane. Others who appeared in the drama were: Richard Young, Lida Bell Jones, Nancy Lynn, Lois Howard, Lita Grey Cochran, James Parker, Stanley Dezarn, Bill Hearn, and Jean Dulling. Professor Easter- ling directed the play. 70 Vivian Blundell President Billie Jeanne Bailey Senior Representative Sally Graham Sophomore Representative Fred Mahler Vice-President First Row Betty Spooner Secretary Second Row Juanita Saylor Senior Representative Russell Bow Junior Representative Third Row Loraine Ison Sophomore Representative Elsie Bentle Freshman Representative Chet Waterman Treasurer James Melion Junior Representative Phyllis Webb Freshman RepresentatK The students pictured above form the executive council of U. C. C. A., Union ' s Interdenominational student organization. Sponsored by Bible Department head Dr. D. W. Soper. the group meets regularly each Thursday evening for a brief service of prayer, fellow- ship, and inspirational messages. During the spring a series of religious movies was featured, doubling at- tendance and offering special pre- Easter devotion. UNION COLLEGE CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 71 First Row: Ruth Carter Norman Jean Gi nn James Mellon Frank Snavely Treasurer Elsie Stewart Rhodora Hahn Anne Rudd President Mildred Keyzer Vic e-President Second Row: Margie Toll Margaret Hammons Third Row: Beulah Smith Fourth Row: Virginia Grable Reportei Miss Kathryn s jtphen Lydia Kurylo Geraldine Watt: Secretary Sponsor Doris Lee Louise Williams A It r First Row R ussel 1 Bow Stanley Dezarn Sally Graham Prof W. H. Jeffrey President Vice-President Treasurer Maurice Bowling Sponsor Augusta Brown Second Row Hurston Burkhart Marie Howard Loraine Ison Mary M. Hutchinson Nancy Lyn n Fred Mahler Third Row Andrew Norfleet Herman Tye INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLLH First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Miss Tora M. Larsen 5 | ■■ - ■ Ruth Amburgey Ruby Sue Ball Sadie Campbell Evelyn England Inez Evans Mary Margaret Hutchinson Anita Johnson Ardith Lee Ada Lewis Gladys Lewis Juanita Brock Cleo Hatmalcer Fourth Row: -...•; B ' ■■■■ Margaret Howard Helen Lewis Agnes Lewallen June McDonald Marilyn Moore Virginia Muncy Fifth Row: Virginia Powers Ann Tinsley Margalene Williams SECRETARIAL SCIENCE CLUB 74 First Row: Maurice Bowling President Hurston Burkhart Vice-President Mary Margaret Hutchinson Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Philip M. Smith Sponsor Vivian Blundell Second Row: Russell Bow Augusta Brown Dennis Cornett Barbara Cravens Stanley Dezarn Third Row: Sally Graham Loraine Ison Marie Kllgore Lydia Kurylo Nancy Lynn Fourth Row: Andrew Norfleet John Ochsner Matilda Robbins Dorothy Saylor Juanita Saylor Fifth Row: Betty Spooner Marie Stafford Charles Taylor SOCIOLOGY CLUB 75 First Row: Elizabeth Greear lent Lela Watson Vice-President Terry Ponder S f ■ " =: 1 3 ' I Lydia Kurylo Treasurer Mary Begley Corresponding Secretary Second Row: Miss Kathleen Moore Sponsor Dr. S. W. Grise Sponsor Mary Jane Bostwick Betty Litteral Ruth Carter Esther Perez W. E. Collins Fourth Row: Third Row: Dorothy Philpot Barbara Cravens Juanita Saylor Archie Hill Elsie Stewart Marie Kilgore Eleanor Winters John 10»ri tt dross Chapter FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 76 First Row: Betty Jane Isaac Carrie Gibson Ada Lewis Lydia Kurylo President Treasurer Hurston Burkhart Virginia Grable Third Row: Fourth Row: Harold Osborne Lee Jones Second Row: Lois Howard Beulah Smith Vice-President Ruth Carter Margaret Howard Geraldine Tate Helen Lewis Dennis Cornett Marie Howard Cleo Turner Secretary Virginia Enzor Agnes Lewallen Richard Young HARLAN COUNTY CLUB 77 First Row: Marie Kilgore President Betty Spooner Secretary Mary Beqley Treasurer Virginia Grable Sgt.-at-Arrns Second Row: Miss Alice R. Smith Sponsor Miss Opal Luce Sponsor Augusta Brown Margaret Hammons Third Row: Yvonne Kilgore Doris Lee Opal Lee Ruth May Fourth Row: Dorothy Nichols BETA CHI 73 First Row: Second Row: Mary Alice Pennington Eve | yn Simons Terry Ponder Marie Stalford Matilda Robbins Katherine Tappan Nell Schrader Miriam lappan Third Row: Margie Toll Mary K. Viall Billie Webb Cecily White Fourth Row: Louise Williams ALPHA SORORITY 79 First Row: W. E. Collins Archie Hill Fifth Row: B Alien Stanley Dezarn W. C. Hopper, Jr. Harold Osborne Aubrey Asher John Doby Bill Elam Fourth Row: James Parker Oddis Baker Charles Hunter Robert Pearson Cecil Bowling Third Row: Lee Jones Frank Snavely Maurice Bowl ir -. Charles Harris Clarence Lawson Charles Taylor Second Row: Robert Hauser Ben Mellott Jay Teague Hurston Burkha r Bill Hearn Roy Mullins VETERANS OF WORLD WAR II 80 s p o R T S • , + " ' Seated: Bill Hearn, Howard Phillips, Maurice Bowling, Robert Hauser, Charles Harris, Archie Hill, Curtis Dye, Walter Tr adaway Standing: Herman lye (Manager), Jack Early, Bill Elam, Coach B, E. Wilson, W C Hop- per, Jr., Charles Hunter, Dr P M. Smith, Chairman Athletic Committee The war had ended in midsummer, and by fall many veterans were already returning to Union, intent upon furthering their education. The years of absence had kindled their flare for sports; they were eager to compete again in athletics, and they let it be known. The sudden ending of the war had caught Union without a coach and without adequate equipment for a man-sized sports program. Nevertheless, by November an intercollegiate basketball schedule had been improvised, and a fairly reputable team was in the making. Bar- bourville High ' s Herb Tye had agreed to tutor the boys until Major Wilson could be released from duty with the Army Air Force. Making a sluggish start, the Bulldogs bungled their first three attempts at victory, but on January 25, in the second home game of the season, they defeated Carson-Newman College 37-35 for Union ' s first triumph in three years. The effect was electrifying. The Bulldogs drove on in fitful spurts through an unimpressive season, but their sparkling vic- tory over Union ' s arch rivals, the Praying Col- onels of Centre, in the K. I. A. C. tournament, compensated for many campaign miscues. Thus in less than six months after V-J Day, Union had returned into the athletic limelight, and another Union team was ringing the bell of victory. IJMO IIASKETIIALL SEASON 8 J CHARLES HARRIS WALTER TREADWAY MAURICE BOWLING 83 BILL HEARN Harris, Treadway, C. Bowling, Cheerleaders: Louise Williams, Ik HERMAN TYE and Dye reach for the basket. Ginger Simons, Ruth May, Opal Clark. CURTIS DYE ROBERT HAUSER JACK BALLARD Left to Right, First Row: Alma June Stan berry, Ponjola Brogan, Alma Pace, Jeanne Prislopskl, Mickey Mc- Michael, Louise Williams, Nancy Lynn, Agnes Lewallen, Margie Toll, Yvonne Kilgore, Jean Disney. Second Row: Roberta Johnson, Martha Wilson, Gerry Tate, Lofty Zeisloft, Mary Alice Pennington, Sally Graham, Mary Jane Bostwick, Mary Margaret Hutchinson. Third Row: Doris Cornett, Terry Ponder, Mary Begley, Billie Webb. BASKETBALL Coached by Miss Julia Marshall, the girls ' basketball teams of the W. A. A. played intramurals and journeyed to Lexington for intercollegiate competi- tion February 16. BADMINTON Left to Right: Marie Stalford, Marie Howard, Katherine Tappan, Carrie Gib- son, Catherine Brasher, Vivian Blundell, Virginia Muncy WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION so F E A T U E S MISS UNION rJLudla barter J urulo MR. UNION M Jl earn QUEEN OF THE WINTER CARNIVAL AND COURT Virainia Citable ■ fy atuda J . fcobb inA B 1 V V - rf " - ;. • ' . .1; fl lary, rllce f enninaton ¥ fy aru J atherine l iail v tk Wa V MOST BEAUTIFUL Uirainia K-irable m MOST HANDSOME Aohn esLJobu rrermcin Ji r M O O Qui Wa aiermczn IT L A R IB « Y S MOST POPULAR GIRL rJLoulde Willi icimA Winter £ urnwa ( 1946 1945 w II KATHERINE TAPPAN o VIVIAN BLUNDELL s H O MARIE KILSORE AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES ELIZABETH GREEAR A C T I V I T I E S PRIZE SNAPSHOT— fred mahler HONORABLE MENTION From ear to ear. And then followed war and devastation . . Hey, you ' re outta step! Junior Fireman — 1956. round — One raincoat and hat; lost — Dick Gibson. Two lon s and a short. My dogs are barking. Would you like to Hold- ' er? Margaret Louise and Ches- ter Frank — orchids to ' em. ■ At arm ' s length, gals; he ' s married now. Who has you up a tree? THE HARLAN DAILY ENTERPRISE Southeastern Kentucky s Largest Daily Newspap er Office Furn ture and Supplies Commercial Prln ring H arlan Kentucky COMPLIMENTS OF TAMER ' S DEPARTMENT STORE MIDDLESBORO KENTUCKY COMPLIMENTS OF CORA ' S DEPARTMENT STORE BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY COMPLIMENTS OF V T C BUS LINES HARLAN, KENTUCKY CUMBERLAND VALLEY MUSIC CO Incorporated Harlan, Ky. Phone 93 Dealers and Distributors of Pianos, Band Instruments and Electric O.gans ■ III MINI Ml Hill 1 1 Ml III TELEPHONED Home Furnishers, Jewelers Funeral Directors THE MITCHELL COMPANY Establ shed 1916 Hardware and Furniture CORBIN, KENTUCKY Compliments of PINNACLE MOTORS MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY Compliments of DAINTY MAID BAKERY Phone 678 CORBIN, KENTUCKY am m- t-A-tor f - . - , ft THE RAPP LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER AND BUILDING SUPPLIES Sherwin-Williams Paints General Electric Appliances BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY Compliments of LEWALLEN ' S STYLE SHOP Phone 4845 Harlan, Ky. PEACE ' S Ladies ' and Men ' s Furnishings 207 S. Main St. Corbin, Ky. If It ' s Drugs, Think of COTTONGIM DRUG CO. Your Rexal Store Main St. at 3rd Corbi , Kentucky HUTTON ' S Specialist in Shoe Rebuilding of leather bindings. For 25 years serving Union College and Its students with the best workmanship and material possible to keep their shoes in first class repair EVERETT AND MABEL HUTTON Barbourville, Kentucky VIV SALES COMPANY Jewelry — Gifts — Gibson Greeting Cards Bihl,.-. — Guaranteed Watch Repairing Phone 668-W Lyl a L Wi is, Manager Corbin, Kentucky WARREN JEWELRY COMPANY Jewelry — Hallmark Cards Eastman Kodaks — Supplies I I Main Street Corbin, Ky. MAGIC THEATRES Both equipped with " The Voice of the Theatres " Visit the Mitchell and Magic Theatres as often as possible. Only through your pat- ronage can we still continue to run the best pictures made. CHAS. R. MITCHELL Owner and Manager FAULKNER HOTEL Old Kentucky Hospitality Home Away from Home Grade " A " Hotel MRS. CHAS. R. MITCHELL Owner and Manager Quality Merchandise — at Popular Prices CLOTHING— SHOES BURR ' S DEPARTMENT STORE 201-205 Main St. Corbin, Ky. FULLER ' S BARGAIN STORE Furniture — Stoves — Radios Refrigerators — Washing Machines HARLAN, KENTUCKY STEWART DRY CLEANERS Prompt Service — Real Satisfaction TERRY PONDER, Agent at Union BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY Compliments of DIXIE HARDWARE CO. MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY WILLIAMS STORE EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY Compliments of BISSELL OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. HARLAN AND CORBIN KENTUCKY MOTOR INN LUNCHROOM Phone 9112 Corbin, Ky. MODERN BAKERY Mel-O-Cream Cakes Mel-O-Toast Bread Pineville Harlan Middlesboro VERRAN ' S SMART APPAREL And Accessories for Women — Misses Children — Infants MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY UNION NATIONAL BANK Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Deposits Insured up to $5,000 for each depositor RESOURCES OVER FOUR MILLION DOLLARS COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE LOCK BOXES We Sell Traveler ' s Checks — Maintain Savings Department KENNETH TUGGLE President DR. B. P. JONES Vice-President MATTHEW McKEEHAN . MARGARET M. RILEY . PAULINE M. CHANDLER . . . . Cashier Ass ' t. Cashier Ass ' t. Cashier ANNUALS PHOTOGRAPHS CATALOGS ART WORK SOUTHERN ENGRAVERS 803 McGavock St. Nashville, Tenn. CONGRATULATIONS— CLASS OF 1946 Compliments of Middlesboro ' s Newest and Most Beautiful Fashion Shop for the Junior Miss MORTON ' S, INC. 2013 Cumberland Ave. Middlesboro, Ky. CLARA ' S SHOP Ready-to-Wear BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY KATHRYN SEEBOLD Distinctive Apparel Phone 500 Harlan, Ken ucky A. S WILDER HARDWARE CO. Just a Good Hardware Store 410 M a in Street Corb n, Ky. HARLAN JEWELRY COMPANY HARLAN, KENTUCKY Distributor of Genuine Registered Keepsake Diamond Rings — International Sterling Silver — 1847 Rogers Silverplate — Elgin, Hamilton, Wal- tham, and Helbros Watches — Sheaffer, Parker and Eversharp pens and pencils, and many other jewelry items. KIDD BROTHERS Guardian of the Family Food Budget BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY In Bottles Drink eca m Delicious and Refreshing MIDDLESBORO COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS, Inc. FINANCIAL STATEMENT INCOME Fees tor looking at office pin-ups Rental of office for Sunday School Advertising Sale of office typewriter to Coach Pooling of staff ' s workship money Sale of office ' s old razor blades TOTAL $ 1,000.00 .15 □ 194.16 9,000.00 86.00 $55,093.13 EXPENDITURES Photography Engraving Printing Paper cement for snapshots . Scratch pads Fee to sponsor for sponsoring . . $ 1.50 . . .76 . . 200,089.58 . . 51 I. II . . 5.00 . . 8,101.15 TOTAL $15,001.99 SURPLUS $40,091.14 (To be used to build swimming pool.) Note: Any resemblance of this report to the facts is horribly accidental. Compliments of GOLDE ' S DEPARTMENT STORE BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY MAGGIE J ' S Ladies ' Ready-to-Wear 203 S. Main Street Corbin, Ky After you have finished 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 BARBOURVILLE KENTUCKY CORBIN Y. M. C. A. CAFETERIA Ed Nicholson, Manager Corbin, Ky. GREEN-MILLER PHARMACY Phone 600 HARLAN, KENTUCKY CUMBERLAND JEWELRY CO. Diamonds — Watches Phone 85 Harlan, Ky. Get it at LEE ' S MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY ODSON HOPPER TRADING POST " I Buy, Sell or Trade for Anything " 500 Main St. Corbin, Ky. Phone 249 Compliments of CAWN ' S BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY PHOTOGRAPHS IN YOUR ANNUAL PI BY f|B A WAINSCOTT STUDIO ■ HV CUMBERLAND, KY. Specia izing in Portrait and Com- mercial Photography YOAKUM DRUG COMPANY Incorporated Prescription Druggists Phone I 18 — I 19 Middlesboro, Ky. CORBIN MILK COMPANY Pasteurized Dairy Products Phone 284 Corbin, Ky. ratnti m , ! Compliments of CUMBERLAND HOTEL MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY Compliments of POWERS AND HORTON HARLAN, KENTUCKY LEWIS W. REISER JEWELER Genuine Registered Keepsake Diamond Rings BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY Compliments of FRANCIS FLOWERS SHOP HARLAN, KENTUCKY Compliments of MRS. J. W. TANKERSLEY " Paint and Wallpaper " CORBIN, KENTUCKY COMPLIMENTS OF THE BANK OF HARLAN HARLAN, KENTUCKY COMPLIMENTS OF KNOX COUNTY SUPPLY COMPANY BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY COMPLIMENTS OF MARTIN BROTHERS For four generations the name Martin has stood for the best in ELASTIC WEBBING MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY COMPLIMENTS OF WILBUR HOTEL CORBIN, KENTUCKY You Are Always Welcome At CHESNUT ' S DRUG CO. Barbourville, Kentucky L. V. LEE DRUG CO. Prescriptions Our Specialty The Rexall Store J. c. Mit chell Prop. Harlan, Ky. THE BARBOURVILLE ADVOCATE Office Supplies — Job Printing Typewriters, Stationery, Cards Invitations, Announcements BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY COMPLIMENTS OF THE KUB PLAZA HOME OF QUALITY ICE CREAM 43 I College Street IT ' S ALWAYS FUN TO ROLLER SKATE AT PLAY BARN North Barbourville at 25E OSCAR PARSONS, Owner C. G. F O ' NEIL jneral Directors SON Phong 242 Corbin, Ky. HOWARD DRUG COMPANY Prescriptions Our Specialty Phone 755 Harlan, Ky. HOME FURNITURE AND HARDWARE COMPANY Furniture — Stoves — Electrical and Gas Appliances BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY GIBSON MUSIC COMPANY And JEWELERS Instruments of All Kinds Watches and Diamonds MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY COMPLIMENTS OP BLAIR HARDWARE COMPANY BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY COMPLIMENTS OF JACOB ' S CHEVROLET COMPANY MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY J. c. PENNEY COMPANY Incorporated CORBIN, KENTUCKY " Wh 5re a Nation Shops and Saves " HALL-WATSON FURNITURE CO. Furniture and Appliances Opposite Post Office Phone 162 Corbin, Ky. Jsn Ari a lit reci an on w The staff of the STESPEAN wishes to express appreciation to all those stu- dents, faculty members and adver- tisers who helped to make this annual possible. It is the staff ' s hope that this yearbook may be a source of constant enjoyment through the years to come. STAMPER ' S DEPT. 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