Union College - Stespean Yearbook (Barbourville, KY)
- Class of 1947
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1947 Stespean Weeks-Townsend Memorial Library Union College Barbourville, KY 40906 Published by the STUDENT BODY OF UNION COLLEGE Barbourville, Kentucky UNION COLLEGE CAMPUS CONWAY BOATMAN, PRESIDENT DEDICATED TO PRESIDENT CONWAY BOATMAN For his inexhaustible service that carried Union forward during the difficult war years, his understand- ing of Union ' s needs and his untiring efforts to fulfill them, and the inspira ' tion of his undaunting spirit. FOREWORD It is our hope that your Stespean will bring you happy tomorrows as you reminisce the past. The Staff Zkese are our Memories of Ambles across the campus .... big round harvest moon .... snow in the winter .... verdant grass for lounging in the Spring .... vivid red and yellow Fall leaves .... Campus Professor ' s jokes .... some lecture, some? .... huge assignments .... pop quizzes .... term papers .... unpredictable!!! Administration Some classes stiff .... some dull .... Classmate ' s lecture notes .... the other fellow ' s A and your? .... Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, all to- gether, shoulder to shoulder in work and play and worship. Classes Spirituality Clubs first, what time left over goes to lessons .... who has the next meeting .... I nominate .... com- mittee meetings .... let ' s have refreshments. Organizations Spirit, we had plenty .... " never say die ' tramural fever .... good sportsmanship Sports The Snow Queen .... the class superlatives .... basketball queen .... Mr. and Miss Union .... Who ' s Who .... Roll them together for the spirit of Union. features Non ' Credit courses but plenty of majors .... infor- mal parties, formal parties .... midnight snacks . . . . Rat Week .... Open House .... Al ' s home-made bread. Activities Bull sessions .... midnight cramming .... mail from your male .... life in a trailer .... hikes .... picnics. Activities Campus ADMINISTRATION BUILDING ABIGAIL E. WEEKS MEMORIAL LIBRARY STEVENSON HALL GIRLS ' DORMITORIES PFEIFFER HALL SPEED HALL SOLDIERS AND SAILORS MEMORIAL GYMNASIUM ' (AdmimsttatioH PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE CONWAY BOATMAN A.B., B.D., M.A., D.D. DEAN OF THE COLLEGE HERBERT B. SMITH A.B., M.A., D.Ed. % 7 ' " t " Strauther W. Grise, M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Education, Head of the Department of Education, Director of Extension Philip M. Smith, Th.B., M.Ed., Ph.D. Russell M. Bennett Memorial Professor of Sociology, Head of the Department of Social Studies, Dean of Men Karl Bleyl, M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Biology, Head of the Department of Biology William B. Bjornstad, M.A., Ph.D. Professor of English, Head of the Department of Languages Bernard E. Wilson, B.S., M.A. Professor of Physical Education, Head of the Department of Physical Education W. Everett Hendricks, A.B., M.M. Professor of Music Education, Head of the Department of Fine Arts 9ac L. E. Mattingly, B.A., B.D., S.T.M. Francis Landrum Memorial Instructor m Bible and Philosophy, Acting Head of the Department of Bible and Philosophy Thomas J. Gunnell, A.B. Instructor in Chemistry and Physics, Acting Head of the Department of Physical Sciences Kathleen Moore, A.B., M.A. Associate Professor of Elementary Education Alice R. Smith, A.B., M.A. Associate Professor of Home Economics, Head of the Division of Home Economics, Assistant Dean of Women ulty Donald H. Stewart, A.B., M.A. Associate Professor of History Aldis B. Easteri.ing, A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Spanish and French Phillip I. Peters, B.S., M.A. Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Registrar Rena Milliken, A.B., M.A. Assistant Professor of Business Education, Head of Division of Secretarial Science Clyde F. Reed, M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Biology Thelma R. Shreiner, A.B., M.A. Dean of Women, Instructor in English Sadie W. Martin, B.S. in Ed., M.A. Assistant Professor of Business Education KATHERINE V. D. SUTPHEN Instructor in Art and Piano Jac Lucille Epperson, B.M. Instructor in Music Helen E. Mish, A.B., M.A. Instructor in English Edith M. Bjornstad, B.A. Instructor in English and Journalism Edith Worley, B.S. in Ed., M.A. Instructor in Physical Education for Women lltt) Dorothy Dean Stweart, B.A. Instructor in Speech, Counsellor at Senior House Mary Harrison, B.A., M.Ed., M.A. Instructor in Religious Education, Director of Field Work Marvin W. Topping, A.B., S.T.B. Director of Public Relations Stith M. Cain, B.A., M.A., B.S. in L.S., M.ED. Librarian Cleo Stamper, B.S., M.A. Assistant Librarian Harold M. Messer, Jr., A.B., M.A. Director of Testing and Counselling Phoebe Conrad, R.N. College Nurse James F. Blair Business Manager, Treasurer Ralph T. Kilgore Assistant Business Manager Elsie Forman, A.B., M.A. Secretary to the President Elizabeth Greear, A.B. Assistant Treasurer Vf Ruth E. Petrey, B.S. in Ed. Secretary to the Dean and Registrar Consuelo Hall Secretary to the Director of Public Relations Ethel Manning Secretary to the Business Manager George A. King Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Adda May Cokxey, B.S., MA. Dietitian Daisy Johnson Matron of Women ' s Dormitories LALLAR J. RlCKETTS House Mother, Speed Hall Al Creasy Assistant to the Dietitian Ethel M. Creasy Assistant to the Dietitian Staff Classes F Cawood Smith, Margie Toll, Ralph Bostic, Vivian Blundell CLASS OFFICERS Cawood Smith President Kenneth Spurlock Vice President Margie Toll Secretary Vivian Blundell Treasurer Ralph Bostic Sergeant- at- arms Dr. Karl Bleyl Sponsor Seniors Everett Bargo, B.S., Chemistry, Mathematics Barbourville Vivian Blundell, A.B., Sociology, English Mrs. Caroline Boatman, A.B., English Ralph Bostic, A.B., Physical Science Lynn, Massachusetts Barbourville Clairfield, Tennessee f F Catherine Brasher, A.B., Sociology H.URSTON BuRKHART, B.S. in Ed., History, Sociology Charles Calloway, B.S., in Ed., Sociology Boaz, Alabama Wallms Creek Hulen Helen Joy Campbell, B.S. in Ed. Barbourville Roy Collett, B.S. in Ed., Sociology, History Kettle Island John Gibson, B.S., Physical Sciences Julius P. Hacker, B.S. in Ed., Mathematics Geneva Hendricks, B.S., Chemistry, Biology Anderson, Indiana Oneida Barbourville Marion Hendricks, B.S., Biology Barbourville Archie Hill, B.S. m Ed., History, Physical Ed. Gatliff fei ff Lee Jones, B.S. in Ed., Biology, Physical Ed. Opal Lee, B.S. in Ed., Sociology Evarts Barbourville Frederick Mahler, Jr., A.B., English, Bible Lynn, Massachusetts Charles M. Manning, A.B., History, English Barbourville Roy Miracle, B.S. in Ed., Sociology Fernan Naylor, B.S. m Ed. Balka Buena Vista William Oxendine, A.B., History, English Heidrick James E. Parker, Jr., B.S., Chemistry Robert Pearson, A.B., English Corbin Lynn, Massachusetts Earl L. Petrey, B.S. in Ed., Sociology Eagan, Tennessee Roddy Robbins, B.S. in Ed., English Wasioto Faye Salyer, A.B., English Royalton Dorothy Saylor, A.B., Sociology Crab Orchard i . Flem R. Shoupe, B.S. in Ed., Biology, Physical Ed. Donald Cawood Smith, A.B., Sociology Charles Kenneth Spurlock, B.S. m Ed., Physical Ed. Daniel Claydus Taylor, B.S. in Ed., English, Physical Ed. Alva Cawood Cawood Hulen Margaret Toll, A.B., English Chester Waterman, A.B., Sociology Mary Florence West, B.S. in Ed. Lois Olga Whitfield, A.B., History Newport Somerville, Massachusetts Pineville Barbourville Louise Williams, A.B., Sociology Ford Wilson, B.S. in Ed., English Louisville Heidrick G SPRING-TERM SENIORS NOT PHOTOGRAPHED Allen, Denver Hinkle B.S. in Ed. Bailey, Mrs. Wade Middlesboro B.S. in Ed. Campbell, Mrs. Amanda Corbin B.S. in Ed. Cooper, William Nevisdale .... B.S. in Ed. Doby, Pauline Corbin B.S. in Ed. Dowler, Dillie London B.S. in Ed. Drinnon, Ralph Middlesboro A.B. Lee, Elmer T Four Mile B.S. in Ed. Maiden, Edgar Pearl B.S. in Ed. Noe, Viola London B.S. in Ed. Norvell, Nolan Corbin A.B. Smith, Bonnie H Brodhead B.S. in Ed. Smith, Clive Williamsburg B.S. These are the Seniors who remember the uneasy moments as they approached Union College; the warm friendliness of Union which soon dispelled all fears; the first days of orientation, especially " Rat Week " which proved their undaunting sportsmanship. These are the Seniors who kept the traditions of Union by not sitting at the foot or head of a table in the dining hall and not using the walk in front of PfeifFer Hall until Thanksgiving time. These are the Seniors who four years later rejoiced in the fall when they realized this was their last year but in the spring felt sad at the thought of leaving. At graduation they sang the Alma Mater tO ' gether for the last time, and as they marched from the Chapel they carried hopes for the future, a diploma of the present, and cherished memories of Union " girt with many a grand old mountain " . Lois Webb, Jean Dulling, Dick Lotspeich, General King CLASS OFFICERS Dick Lotspeich ■ President Jean Dulling Vice President Lois Webb Secretary General King Treasurer Donald Stewart Sponsor • juniors • Steven D. Asher Beverly Kathleen Atkins Louisa William J. Baker, Jr Corbin Mrs. Edith Benjamin Barbourville Lois Vincent Benjamin Barbourville Joyce E. Brown Lowell, Massachusetts illie Rhea Bryant Corbin Joe Paul Chandler Muldraugh Ed Cunningham Bondville Jean Dulling Jellico, Tennessee Jack Early Corbin Claude J. Gibson Fount Virginia Grable Baxter Sally Graham Sto neham, Massachusetts Clyde E. Hill Gatliff Roberta Johnson Brooklyn, New York Charlie L. Kincer Mayking General T. King Barbourville John D. Lehman Venus, Pennsylvania Sarah Lewallen Monmouth. Illinois Richard M. Lotspeich New Orleans, Louisiana Marilyn Meredith Corbm John Ochsner Anchorage Jeanne Prislopski Elmira, New York Grace Reynolds Lake Charles Saylor Beverly George R. Skaggs Elizabethtown Elizabeth Spooner Acushnet, Massachusetts Charles C. Taylor Middlesboro Clyde Taylor Hulen si 1 Ruth Watts Amburgey Lois L. Webb Somerville, Massachusetts Richard Young Ages These are the Juniors who feted the Seniors at the traditional Junior-Senior Banquet. These are the Juniors who watched the Seniors prepare for graduation and wondered how things would be on the campus when they were gone. On " move-up " day the Juniors filled the Senior section with a feeling of pride that they would soon be Seniors. These are the Juniors to whom the Seniors leave the challenge " carry on " . Rufus Andrews, Fred Horne, Yvonne Kilgore, Opal Clark CLASS OFFICERS Rufus Andrews President Yvonne Kilgore Secretary Fred Horne Vice President Opal Clark Treasurer Miss Dorothy Stewart Sponsor • Sophomores • William Allen Elsie Bentle Caneyville Falmouth Rufus Andrews, Jr. Vera Brackbill Catlettsburg Port Royal, Pennsylvania Aubrey C. Asher James C. Brittian Beverly Tmsley Ruby Sue Ball Robert J. Browning Louisa Barbourville Jack Ballard Thomas Buchanan Barbourville Barbourville Jack B. Bays Ruth Annette Burkhart Barbourville Wallins Creek Sam B. Carico Beverly Durham Wakenva, Virginia Barbourville Opal Clark Bruce Edwards Cedartown, Georgia Coeburn, Virginia Lita Grey Cochran James M. Elliott Hustonville Pineville John T. Corey Inez Evans Burkhart Barbourville Clairfield, Tennessee Kenneth DeLong Bernard J. Farnsworth Barbourville Port Gibson, New York Britton E. Dotson Paul Farris London Gray Jody Faulkner Cleo Hatmaker Barbourville Hazard Conda Gatliff William Hendrickson Balkan Four Mile Rhodora Hahn Fred Horne Junction City Coeburn, Virginia Margaret Hammons Elmer House Barbourville Manchester Charles Harris Marie Howard Corbm Loyall Betty Jane Hartman Loraine Ison Johnson City, New York Flatwoods Anita Ruth Johnson Hazard Geraldine Jones Girdler Lida Bell Jones Hustonville Mildred Keyzer Lynn, Massachusetts Yvonne Kilgore Coeburn, Virginia Margaret Lawrence Jamestown Gladys Lewis Spencer, W. Virginia Bobbie Lumpkins Barbourville Nancy Lynn Liberty Mary McMichael Lexington Constance Martin Barbourville Ruth May Pascagoula, Mississippi Vernon Moore Paul Pitman Barbourville Old Tappan, New Jersey Roy Mullins Virginia Powers Amburgey Monticello Earl Parks James Warren Price Insull Elida, Ohio Sara Lee Pence Marguerite Reagan Lexington Somerville, Massachusetts Annette Pennington Reeda Reasor Four Mile Fleming Mary Alice Pennington Lois Roberts Four Mile Ashland Lee Scott Pansy Taylor Corbin Middlesboro James Sears Ulmont R. Taylor BarbourviUe BarbourviUe Evelyn Ruth Simons Jeannette Thomas Maysville Liberty June Snyder Charlene Tolliver Lexington Seeo Miriam Tappan Milton Townsend Delmar, Delaware Penns Grove, New Jersey Jerry Tate Cleo Turner Cumberland Incline Geraldine Watts Amburgey Phyllis Webb Somerville, Massachusetts George Wilder Baxter Martha Wilson N. Pleasureville Jean Zeisloft Philadelphia, Pennsylvania First Row: T. C. Sizemore. Alice Smith, Charles Singletoi Second Row: James Melton, Lloyd Spurlock CLASS OFFICERS T. C. Sizemore President Charles Singleton Vice President Alice Smith Secretary James Melton Treasurer Quentin West Sergeant ' at- arms Lloyd Spurlock Sergeant-at-arms Miss Kathleen Moore Sponsor ttfjiort Jreskmen Bill Adams Pittsburg Thomas J. Adams Midland, Pennsylvania Howard Allen Greenup Sylvia E. Allen Greenup Pepita Artiles Havana, Cuba Helen Bachlott Campville, Florida James Willard Baker Harlan Harold W. Barker Vicco Bruce L. Bernard Jamestown Geno R. Bisotti Liggett Wilson Boatman Barbourville Paul Bodenstein Colorado Springs, Colorado Jewel Boggs Partridge Billie Lee Bolton Barbourville Carl Edward Booth Wallins Creek Paul Bostic Clairfield, Tennessee Golden Brashear, Jr Blue Diamond Ruth Constance Briggs Bristol, Rhode Island Janice Brown Three Point Charles Buchanan Barbourville V L „ Carlisle James Burnaw Barbourville Joyce L. Can ady, Jr.. 0nelJa J° F Carlo Hacker Newark, New Jersey Joseph W. Cass.dy Wilmington, Delaware John Chaney _ _ _ Manchester Glenn Combs Lothair Leola Maxine Combs ' " ' sville Keith Ellis Cox JefFs, Vugaua Russell Keith Cox Jeffs, Virginia William Jennings Cox, Jr - MldJlesboro Bill.e Ruth Craft ; Rose HiU Virglma Carl G. Davis Osborn, Ohio Marianne Davis. Barbourville Pat Dickinson Baxter Juanita Ellis Pathfork Ivalef Floyd .. London Alv.n Lawrence Gaines Crane Nest Edsel Garrison Balkan Mary K. Gatliff q Evelyn Janette Gibson Mary Margaret Giddins Northfield. New Jersey Mario Ginocchio Callao, Peru Lawrence E. Golden Loyall Robert Irvin Hail Ula John H. Hand Manchester Richard Harding Everett Massachusetts Shirley Lois Harrington Oalclyn. New [ersev Hugh Maxwell Hayes Artemus George Hendricks Barbourville Shelby Donald Hendrickson Pineville J. D. Hensley Calvin William S. Hensley Liggett Joie Hill Gatliff Mildred Jean Hinton Vine Grove Ray Hobart Hopkins Arjay Vernon Hunsaker Mayking Bod Jackson Barbourville Raymond N. Jacobs ' Windsor, Vermont Frances L. Jarvis Benham June E. Johnston South Bend, Indiana Sylvia Jones I nsu U Willa Mae Jones InsuU Lloyd C. Keith Manchester Selwyn Kilgore Corhin John Thomas King Barbourville Paul Victor King Gulston Ruth King Barbourville Jean Kitts Yancy Mary Knight Whitley City Norman D. Konken Harrington, Nebraska Bill Layne Bellevue Bill Morris Leger Kettle Island Daniel Edwin LeRoy Russell Jack Little Hellier Virginia Lee Luce Lancaster Ragaland Lumpkins Barbourville Walter Marcum Bi Creek Randel Martin Corbin Eldred Williams Melton Eubank James P. Melton, Jr Lynch WmSBm fit « Velma V. Meyer Newport Julian Miles Barbourville Burton Mills : Barbourville Pearl Dean Miracle Insull Richard Morgan London Iris Genevieve Murphy Williamsburg Elmer N. Nichols Crummies John H. Patrick, Jr Stamping Ground Clarence Payne, Jr Barbourville Dorothy Peach Everett, Massachusetts Shelby Pelfry Harveyton Thomas Perkins Mary, Florida Jewel Evelyn Pope King Ernest Earl Powers Harlan Wesley G. Price Chelsea, Massachusetts Raymond Combs London Ray Reed Barbourville Herman Roark ' . Barbourville Joann Roberts Ashland Margaret Ann Roberts Williamsburg Bobby Daniel Robinette Coeburn. Virginia Sue Rodgers Loyall Mary Ramsey Middlesboro Glenn D. Ross : Four Mile Robert Earl Ruth Garrard Fred Hoover Salisbury Printer Grover P. Salyer Coeburn, Virginia James H. Sanslow Coeburn, Virginia Dexter L. Short Twin Branch, West Virginia Charles V. Singleton Eubank Frederick J. Sipple Bellevue T. C. Sizemore Ashers Fork Alice Kelly Smith Lebanon, Tennessee Ray Smith Plank Roy Stanley Smith Crane Nest Ruth W. Snedeker W. Somerville, Massachusetts Patsy Jo Spangler Jonesville, Virginia Lloyd Spurlock Big Creek Ann Lois Stacy Hazard Charles S. Standafer Blue Diamond M. A. Stewart Artemus Dorsie C. Stivers Manchester Donald R. Stout Union, New York Willard W. Strong Huntsburg, Ohio Betty Sturgill Norton, Virginia John Wendell Sumpter Partridge Raymond D. Trammell Corbin Shirley F. Treadway Barbourville Doyle Troutman Alva Jessie Gayle Tye Barbourville Quentin R. Van Bever Pineville Erle J. Vaughn , Lexington Olive Wagers Gooserock Beryl Wall Richmond Hill. New York Herman Walsky New York, New York Arthur L. Walters, Jr Flat Lick Marion Walton Central City Quentin West Barbourville Glenna Mae Whiteaker Benham Arthur H. Wilding Louisville Bill R. Wilson Liggett Harold Williford Middlesboro Sarah Frances Woods Harrodsburg Harley Edward Woolum Crane Nest Wayne Fred Yaple Stillwater, Pennsylvania Kenneth B. Yeager Barbourville Spirituality President Fred Mahler Vice President Jack Early Secretary Lois Webb Treasurer Elsie Bentle Faculty Sponsor Reverend Edward Mattingly Every student is invited to attend the Union College Christian Association which was organized to unite all religious faiths on the campus. This group is devoted to the advancement of Christian ideals. This year the Associa- tion sponsored weekly refreshments for a group of under ' privilege children. A series of talks on " Boy-Girl Relation- ships " by the sponsor, Reverend Mattingly, was the most interesting series of the year. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Robert Pearson Chester Waterman Joyce Brown Richard Young Loraine Ison James Sears Wayne Yaple Ruth Snedeker UNION COLLEGE CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION First Row. Reverend Edward Mattingly, Wayne Yaple, T. C. Sizemore, Paul Pitman, Jack Early, Vice-President, Joseph Cassidy. Second Row: Fred Mahler, Lee Scott, George Skaggs, Wesley Price, Secretary-Treasurer, Richard Harding, Paul Bodenstein, Robert Pearson, President. The Oxford Club is composed of ministerial students who meet together for the purpose of instruction in the ethics and other phases of ministerial work. Devotional periods add inspiration to the lives of those attending. The members of the Club assist in and conduct Wednes- day Chapel programs and serve pastorates in this area. OXFORD CLUB First Row: Joyce Brown, Genevieve Murphy, Vera Brackdill, Roberta Johnson, Loraine Ison, Dorothy Peach. Second Row: Betty Spooner, Mildred Keyzer, Elsie Bentle, Ben Mellott, Chester Waterman, Velma Myers, Ruth Snedeker, Marguerite Reagan. The Oxford Club Auxiliary is composed of the students who are planning for full-time Christian Service other than the ministry. Its membership is voluntary. The purpose of the Club is to stimulate interest in the field of Christian work by presenting to the members the various oppor- tunities of service. The Club sponsors worship chapel programs and assists the Oxford Club in its promotion of Christian work on the campus. OXFORD CLUB AUXILIARY Organizations First Row Sitting: Wesley Price, Richard Young, Willard Strong, Louise Williams, Bill Cox, Margie Toll, James Parker. Second Row Sitting. Fred Mahler, Betty Spooner, Vivian Blundell, Catherine Brasher, Hur- ston Burkhart, Ruth May, Chester Waterman, Jean Dulling, Fred Horne, Mary Florence West. Third Row Standing: Miss Alice Smith, Willard Baker, Jack Early, Ralph Bostic, Everett Bargo. STAFF Editor Vivian Blundell Business Manager Hurston Burkhart Sponsor Miss Alice Smith Asst. Business Manager ... Richard Young Associate Editor Catherine Brasher Assistant Editor Betty Spooner Art Editor Margie Toll Photographic Editor Fred Mahler Asst. Photographic Editor . . .Wesley Price Sports Editor Willard Baker ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT Manager Louise Williams Ruth May Jack Early Everett Bargo Ralph Bostic CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT Manager. . . . Mary Florence West James Parker Jean Dulling Fred Horne ART DEPARTMENT Glenna Mae Whitaker Elaine Shacklett Bill Cox Chester Waterman STESPEAN STAFF First Row Sitting: Joyce Brown, Rufus Andrews, Dick Harding, Wesley Price, Lita Grey Cochran, Margie Toll. Second Row Sitting: Jean Zeisloft, Betty Spooner, Nancy Lynn, T. C. Sizemore, Jack Early, Fred Horne, Beryl Wall, Loraine Ison. Third Row Standing: Mrs. Edith Bjornstad, Mildred Keyzer, Willard Baker. STAFF Editor Betty Spooner Associate Editors: J lews Nancy Lynn Copy Mildred Keyzer Ma e-up James Sears Business Manager Rufus Andrews Advertisirig Manager ... Geneva Hendricks Mickey McMichael Circulation Staff Beryl Wall Photography Chet Waterman Wesley Price Sports Editors . .Willard Baker Dick Lotspeich Margie Toll James Ledford Sponsor Mrs. Edith Bjornstad Reporters and Assistants: Verna Mays, Bruce Bernard, Jay Teague, Joe Duncan, Carlos Page, Wilson Boat- man, Don Stout, T. C. Sizemore, Lita Grey Cochran, Loraine Ison, Joyce Brown, Mary Florence West, Olive Wagers THE ORANGE AND BLACK Council: Yvonne Kilgore, Treasurer, Jerry Tate, Mildred Keyzer, Mary Alice Pennington, Secretary, Lois Webb, Margie Toll, Jean Dulling, Pansy Taylor, Elsie Bentle, President, and Miss Thelma Shreiner, Dean of Women. The Council of the Women ' s Student Association co- operates with the Administration in promoting high ideals and standards consistent with the best interests of the students. It is responsible for order in the dormitories and helps to formulate the rules governing conduct. It provides a program of social life for the students by ar- ranging for parties and teas. A major social project of the Council is Open House. Through weekly devotional meetings it promotes in- terest in the spiritual life of the college. THE WOMEN ' S STUDENT ASSOCIATION Council: Howard Allen, Lee Jones, Jack Early, President, Dr. Phillip Smith, Dean of Men. OFFICERS AND COUNCIL MEMBERS Jack Early Preside Chet Waterman Monitor Lee Jones Hurston Burkhart Howard Allen The Stevenson Hall Council under the supervision of the Dean of Men maintains student discipline in Stevenson Hall. The Council acts as a governing body for male dormi ' tory students. The members of the Council are elected by and from the dormitory residents. STEVENSON HALL COUNCIL First Row: Willard Strong, Marie Howard, Patsy Spangler, Loraine Ison, Genevieve Murphy, Mary Alice Pennington, Lois Benjamin, Ruth Snedeker, Glenna Mae Whitaker, Charlene Toliver, Billie Craft, John Covey. Second Row: Jack Vaughn, Sylvia Allen, Pansy Taylor, Jean Zeisloft, Marilyn Meredith, Sue Rodgers, Velma Myers, Lois Roberts, Billie Bryant, Joann Roberts, Geneva Hendricks, Joyce Brown, Howard Allen. Third Row: Wayne Yaple, Fred Sipple, Wilson Boatman, John Patrick, Bill Layne, James Parker, Randel Martin, James Sears, Paul Bodenstein, Roy Collett, Donald Hendrickson, Milton Townsend. This year Union had a complete A Cappella Choir for the first time since 1939. Choir members are chosen on the basis of scholarship, music ability, personality. The Choir presented an inspiring program of Christmas choral music, part of which was taken from " The Shep- herd ' s Christmas " by Morten Lucass and the Choir ' s own director, Professor Everett Hendricks. For the first time in several years the Choir made a series of appearances on a tour of parts of Kentucky and Ohio from March 15 to March 23. Throughout the year the Choir lent an impressive ele- ment to the Wednesday morning Chapel service. A CAPPELLA CHOIR First Row: Fred Sipple, Billie Craft, Randal Martin, James Burnaw. Second Row: Charles Taylor, Joann Roberts, Bill Layne, Lois Roberts, Francis Jarvis, Charles Taylor, Jacquelin Walden. Third Row: Dr. Karl Bleyl, Ruth Snedeker. The Band was reorganized this year by Professor Everett Hendricks. Within a few weeks after rehearsals began the Band was leading the crowded gym in songs of victory for our basketball boys. During the year the Band furnished the appropriate music and sound effects for a demonstration radio broadcast for one of the Friday Chapel programs. UNION COLLEGE BAND First Row: Sponsor, Professor A. B. Easterling, Billie Byrant, Dick Harding, Jack Early, Loraine Ison, Marianne Davis, Dorothy Peach, Jean Dulling, Secretary, Lita Grey Cochran. Second Row: Ruth Snedeker, Sue Rogers, Pepita Artiles, Mary Giddins, Richard Young, Treasu- rer, Richard Lotspiech, Nancy Lynn, President, Lida Bell Jones, Jeannette Thomas. It is the aim of the French Club to give the student opportunity to increase his ability in French conversation, to gain knowledge of the different aspects of French civili ' zation and the contribution of the French people to society. All those students who have had or are now taking courses in French are included in the membership. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS a o o First Row. (Oil floor) Virginia Grable, Gladys Lewis, Yvonne Kilgore, Secretary, Louise Williams, Vice Presidesnt, Lois Webb, Elsie Bentle, Joann Roberts, Patsy Spangler. Seccmd Row: Cawood Smith, Arthur Wilding, Pepita Artiles, Jack Vaughn, Professor A. B. Easterling, Bill Baker, Ralph Bostic, Joyce Brown, Bill Layne, Glenna Mae Whitaker, Howard Allen, Frances Jarvis, John Patrick. Nfit Photographed: Chet Waterman, President, Margie Toll, Treasurer. The name of the Spanish Club aptly expresses its pur- pose. La Tertulia means " a gathering of friends who meet for discussion and recreation. " This group tries to stimulate interest in Spanish and Spanish speaking countries and their customs. An outstanding activity which is sponsored by La Tertulia and has become an annual event is the " Spanish Fiesta " . LA TERTULIA President, Richard Young; Secretary, Jean Dulling; Treasurer, Jim Parker; Sponsor, Dr. Karl Bleyl. Membership: George Hendricks, Geneva Hendricks, Lois Webb, Jean Dulling, Dorothy Saylor, Mary Giddins, Jim Parker, Jewell Boggs, Fred Mahler, John Gibson, Claude Gibson, John Lehman, Ruth Watts, Sarah Lewellan, Helen Bachlott, Martha Wilson, Pepita Artiles, Bill Layne, Fred Salisbury, Jean Zeisloft, Mary Jane Hartman, Willa Mae Jones, Richard Young, John Chaney, Reeda Reasor, Margaret Lawrence, Vera Brackbill, Grace Reynolds, Charles Kincer, Brittain Dotson, J. D. Hensley, Shirley Harrington, Glenna Mae Whitaker, Sarah Frances Woods, Vernon Hunsaker, Charles Sumpter. The Beta represents Biology; Phi represents Physics; Chi represents Chemistry; three of the major interest of the Club. Membership is open to any student who has a genuine interest in science. This past year the Med- icine group of the Club made a survey of the common cold; the Chemistry group made a study of cosmetics; the Gene- tics group made a study of fruit flies. BETA PHI CHI Lois Webb, President, Geraldine Watts, Rhodora Hahn, Reporter, Olive Wagers, Maxine Combs, Secretary, Margaret Hammons, Treasurer, Ruth Watts, Vice President, Miss Alice Smith, Sponsor, Sarah Lewellan, Beryl Wall. The Royal Order of Homemakers has two meetings a month, one is social and one is business. Etiquette, nu ' trition, fashions, and opportunities in the field of Home Economics are discussed. Membership is open to any person who is interested in the field of Home Economics. ROYAL ORDER OF HOMEMAKERS First Row: Grace Reynolds, Fred Horne, Treasurer, Mary Florence West, Secretary, Dr. Philip Smith, Sponsor, Hurston Burkhart, President, Milton Townsend, Vice President, Mrs. Caroline Boatman. Second Row: Vivian Blundell, Jack Early, Cawood Smith. Ford Wilson, William Oxendine, Fred Mahler, Catherine Brasher. In an age of rapid social change, members of the Sociology Club plan to keep informed concerning the latest develop- ments. To promote this objective, there are periodic investigations and discussions in which all are invited to participate. Typical projects conducted during the past year were participation in a community survey, a study of post-war divorce trends, and an analysis of the problem of race relations. Membership is open to all students of the social sciences who are interested in research. SOCIOLOGY CLUB Ford Wilson, Grace Reynolds, Hurston Burkhart, William Oexndine, Mary Florence West, Cawood Smith, President, Professor Donald Stewart, Sponsor, Jack Early, Vice President, Mrs. Caro- line Boatman, Fred Horne, Treasurer, Sarah Lewellan, T. C. Sizemore, Milton Townsend, Fred Mahler, Marie Howard, Secretary. The purpose of this organization is to promote an in- terest in international questions which have a direct bear- ing on the problem of world peace. Sponsored by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, membership in the Club is open to all students who are interested in this crucial problem. Among the topics studied during the past year were: " Control of the Atomic Bomb, " " The Problem of Russia, " and " Universal Military Training " . A delegate from the Club customarily attends the annual meeting for the Ohio Valley region. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB First Row: Ed Cunningham, Cawood Smith, Flem Shoupe, President, Hurston Burkhart, John Ochsner. Second Row: Charles Harris, Vice President, Kenneth Spurlocf., Ralph Bostic, Secretary-Treasurer, Coach Barney Wilson, Sponsor, Archie Hill, Curtis Dye, Orbin Jordan. All members of the " U " Club have earned a letter for participating in an intercollegiate sport. With the expansion of Union ' s athletic program it is expected that the membership of this Club will increase rapidly. f, U " CLUB OFFICERS Cawood Smith President Howard Allen Secretary T. C. Sizemore Chaplain Arthur Wilding Vice President Herman Walsky Treasurer Flem Shoupe Sergeant- of -Arms Barney Wilson Donald Stewart Sponsors Everett Hendricks The Veterans Club seeks to promote good fellowship as the veteran rehabilitates himself to college life. This year the Club collaborated with the Kentucky Association of Student Veterans ' Clubs in an effort to increase the G. I. subsistence allowance, in a drive to pay higher salaries to teachers and to encourage higher quali- fications for teaching. THE VETERANS ' CLUB Jr Jk » " ik v The Beta Chi Alpha is a social sorority which strives toward the ideal of beauty, culture and art among the students. Membership is by invitation on the basis of scholarship, personality, and cooperative SDirit. Mary Katherine Viall Louise Williams Margaret Hammons Virginia Grable President Vice President Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms Miss Alice Smith Helen Bachlott Lois Benjamin Edith Benjamin Sponsor Catherine Brasher Lita Grey Cochran Maxine Combs Inez Evans Burkhart BETA CHI Jody Faulkner Rhodora Hahn Yvonne Kilgore Opal Lee Constance Martin Ruth May Sarah Lee Pence Evelyn Ruth Simons Vivian Slusher Miriam Tappan Jessie Gayle Tye Beryl Wall ALPHA SORORITY First Row: Geraldine Jones, Pansy Taylor, Paul Pitman, President, Pepita Artiles, Mildred Keyzer, Vice President, Miss Kathryn Sutphen, Faculty Sponsor, Billie Bryant, Second Row: Sarah Lewellan, Martha Wilson, Ruth Watts, Marguerite Reagan, Geraldine Watts, Secretary, Opal Lee, Catherine Brasher, Treasurer, Helen Joy Campbell, Kenneth Spurlock, Miss Phoebe Conrad. To serve the college and community in extra-curricular practical art contributions is the aim of the Art Club. The membership is composed of those persons interested in serving this purpose. The most outstanding projects that have been carried out during the past year were the stained glass window effect for the A Cappella Choir Christmas program and posters and invitations for various groups on the campus. ART CLUB Sports Front Row: Warren Price, Cawood Smith, Harold Barker, Vernon Osborne, Jack Walker. Second Row: Lee Jones (manager), Kenneth Spurlock, Ed Cunningham, Charles Harris, Pat House, William Craft, Joe Chandler. Third Row: Dr. Philip M. Smith (Chairman of Athletic Committee), Oscar McNeil, James Disney, Flem Shoupe, Louis Mitchell, Claydus Taylor (manager Freshman Team), Barney Wilson (Coach). In early October sixty men reported for the basketball team. Coach Barney Wilson started a process of elimi ' nation and in a few weeks the varsity consisted of thirteen men. The Bulldogs started out with a bang winning their first five games before losing to Lincoln Memorial Uni- versity. Under the tutelage of Coach Wilson another Union team was ringing the victory bell after most of the games. " With the never say die " spirit, Union ended the season with nineteen victories against six setbacks, coming in third in the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. 1946 VARSITY TEAM First Row: Geno Bisotti, Pat Dickinson, Paul King, Alvin Gaines, Danny LeRoy, Bill Wilson. Second Row: Earl Parks, Elmer Nichols, Eugene Asher, Paul Hall, Loyd Keith, John Hand, Doyle Troutman. Third Row: Claydus Taylor (Coach), Lawrence Golden (Manager), Richard Morgan, Robert Ruth, Quentin West, William Goodwin, Tom Buchanan (Manager). Knox Central 19 Union Campbellsville Jr. College 31 Union Shell Shocks 28 Union Loyall High 33 Union Cumberland Vets 36 Union Loyall High 31 Union Lincoln Memorial University Fresh 41 Union Union Vets 21 Union Shell Shocks 29 Union Campbellsville Jr. College 19 Union Shell Shocks 32 Union SCHEDULE 194647 37 Lynn Camp Ind 23 Union 63 Loyall Ind 18 Union 31 39 Centre Vets 41 Union 46 26 Centre Vets 35 Union 45 ■ Manchester High School . 36 Union 41 1 Eastern Vets 49 Union 54 TO London Ind 38 Union 35 ,, Pineville Ind 43 Union 35 .-, Eastern Vets 45 Union 41 42 Sue Bennett 44 Union 40 Hall High 48 Union 43 42 Pineville Ind 49 Union 56 31 Harlan 33 Union 42 FRESHMEN BASKET BALL TEAM VARSITY BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1946-47 Sue Bennett 22 Union 52 Lindsey Wilson 58 Union 63 Lincoln Memorial 41 Union 43 Hanover 40 Union 55 King 54 Union 64 Lincoln Memorial 46 Union 31 Berea 30 Union 49 Lindsey Wilson 39 Union 56 Tennessee Tech. 31 Union 40 Centre 44 Union 61 Georgetown 45 Union 43 Berea 28 Union 34 HAROLD BARKER CAW00D SMITH LEE JONES 1 ■■» M Carson Newman ♦Kentucky Wes. Carson Newman Transylvania Hanover Georgetown Milligan Tennessee Tech ♦Kentucky Wes. King ♦Transylvania ♦Centre ED CUNNINGHAM GENO BISOTTI CHEERLEADERS Opal Clark Jean Kitts Ruth May Paul Pitman Evelyn Ruth Simons Patsy Spangler Louise Williams OFFICERS Margie Toll President Yvonne Kilgore Secretary Nancy Lynn Vice President Elsie Bentle Treasurer Miss Edith Worley Sponsor It is the purpose of the Women ' s Athletic Association to promote interest and encourage participation in physical education activities. A systematic record of the par» ticipation in these activities is kept and awards are pre- sented at the end of the year. The Club is open to all women students. Each year this Club sponsors the " Winter Carnival. " THE WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION ' WORKING ON THE TRACK FIELD " Union ' s anticipated track team for 1947 was delayed due to the incompletion of the track field. The 440 yard oval track when completed will be the finest in Kentucky. Union will take the lead in track in this section of the state. It is anticipated that all the high school meets as well as many of the college meets will be held on this track. The track will be of the very finest and will make possible great expansion of Union ' s athletic program. When completed the track will surround the extended field which can be used for football, hockey, soccer, touch football, and other field sports. features MISS UNION Margie Toll MR. UNION Jack Early MISS SENIOR Vivian Blundell MR. SENIOR HURSTON BURKHART MISS JUNIOR Betty Spooner MR. JUNIOR Richard Young MR. SOPHOMORE Conda Lee Gatliff MISS SOPHOMORE Margaret Hammons MISS FRESHMAN Jean Kitts MR. FRESHMAN Bill Cox SNOW QUEEN Maxine Combs Alice Smith ATTENDANTS Ruth May Marianne Davis ATTENDANTS Phylis Webb Helen Bachlott ATTENDANTS Mary Alice Pennington ■IS n ' i i ! pM, ffij C v - j jr I ItaU f BASKETBALL QUEEN Ruth May Margie Toll, Fred Mahler, Betty Spooner, James Parker, Mr. M. W. Topping (Director of Public Relations), Vivian Blundell, Hurston Burkhart, Opal Lee, Chester Waterman, Catherine Brasher. G S These persons ' names will appear m the 1946-47 edition of Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. Selection for Who ' s Who is based on scholar ' ship, general activity, and attitude; selection is made by a faculty committee. Q Q) WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES PRIZE SNAPSHOT James Parker Fred Salisbury PRIZE SNAPSHOTS HONORABLE MENTION Activities June Johnston, Ray Hopkins, Donald Stout, Barbara Conley, Mr. Stith Cain, Librarian, Miss Cleo Stamper, Assistant Librarian, Geraldine Tolliver, Jack Early, Georgia Scott, Ivalee Floyd, Mary Pearson. The Library is a place on the campus where many aC ' quaintances are made, some with books and some with you know who. The Staff is composed of fellow students who share the same assignments of research which require hours in the Library, unless one is a peripatetic library. LIBRARY STAFF COMPLIMENTS OF BLAIR HARDWARE COMPANY Barbourville, Ky. J. C. PENNEY COMPANY Incorporated Corbin, Ky. ' Where a Nation Shops and Saves ' CLARA ' S SHOPPE Ready-to- Wear Barbourville, Ky. WARREN JEWELRY COMPANY Jewelry Hallmark Cards Eastman Kodaks Supplies 111 Main Street Corbin, Ky. STEWART DRY CLEANERS Prompt Service -Real Satisfaction Maxine Combs, Agent at Union Barbourville, Ky. The Harlan Daily Enterprise Southeastern Kentucky ' s Largest Daily Newspaper Office Furniture and Supplies Commercial Printing Harlan, Ky. VERRAN ' S SMART APPAREL And Accessories for Women Misses — Children — Infants Middlesboro, Ky. KIDD BROTHERS GUARDIAN OF THE FAMILY FOOD BUDGET Barbourville, Ky. Quality Merchandise — at Popular Prices CLOTHING SHOES BURR ' S DEPARTMENT STORE 201-205 Main St. Corbin, Ky. Compliments of MITCHELL HARDWARE PHILCO DEALER Barbourville, Ky. Compliments of B. F. BLACK JEWELER Pineville, Ky. Compliments of Frank ' s Department Store Barbourville, Ky. Cumberland Valley Music Co. Eastern Kentucky ' s Oldest and Largest House of Music The Steinway Piano Harlan, Ky. Odson Hopper Trading Post " I Buy, Sell or Trade for Anything " 500 Main St. Corbin, Ky. Phone 249 Compliments of A. P. TEA CO. S. D. Snavely, Manager Barbourville, Ky. FINANCIAL STATEMENT The 1947 Stespean Income Sale of Annuals _._$ 50.00 Sale of popcorn at football games 60. 98 Contribution from Wilson Boatman ' s allowance .02 Gift from Cawood Smith of proceeds from sale of his brain to the University ' s School of Medicine (to be delivered June 4, 1947) .01 Rent received from mouse in Stespean office 1 . 98 Bribe from President Boatman for dedication of Stespean to him 200.00 Income from business manager ' s wedding 3.98 Chaperone fees paid to assistant business manager from Doctor Reed . . 5.00 Advertising 4.98 Bribes from faculty to get their pictures in Stespean 1,000.00 $1,326.95 Expenditures Purchase of smiling medicine for photographer t 300.59 Vacation for editor after photographer ' s visit 1,400.00 Marriage allowance for business manager and advertising staff member .40 Gasoline for Bargo ' s Buick on advertising trips 1 .000 . 00 Oil in addition to the above il qt. per bump I _ . 500 . 10 Steak dinner for Jack Early when on advertising trips __ _ 25.00 Fees to students to buy annuals 400.00 Aspirins for staff members . 3.00 Fees to faculty members to pass all staff members with A ' s _ 250.00 Miscellaneous 1,000.00 $4,879.09 Deficit to be paid from " Surplus Fund " of the treasury of the Senior Class of 1947 3,552.14 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, Cashier MARGARET M. RILEY, Ass ' t. Cashier PAULINE M. CHANDLER, Ass ' t. Cashier Green-Miller Pharmacy PHONE 600 HARLAN, KENTUCKY HALL-WATSON FURNITURE CO. FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES Opposite Post Office Phone 162 Corbin, Ky. PEACE ' S LADIES ' and MEN ' S FURNISHINGS 207 S. Main St. Corbin, Ky. IF IT ' S DRUGS, THINK OF COTTONGIM DRUG CO. Your Rexall Store Main St. at 3rd Corbin, Ky. I [ d | |: — »■ ' - ;--.. % MITCHELL AND MAGIC THEATERS 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 CORBIN MILK COMPANY PASTEURI ZED DAIRY PRODUCTS Phone 284 Corbin, Ky. COMPLIMENTS OF KNOX COUNTY SUPPLY Barbourville, Ky. THE MITCHELL COMPANY Established 1916 HARDWARE AND FURNITURE Corbin, Ky. Compliments Bissell Office Equipment Co. Harlan and Corbin Kentucky HOWARD DRUG COMPANY PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY Phone 755 Harlan, Ky. CORBIN Y. M. C. A. CAFETERIA Ed Nicholson, Manager Corbin, Ky. IN APPRECIATION The Stespean Staff wishes to express appreciation to every person — students, faculty members, advertisers, and printer — who helped to make this annual pos- sible. Y. S.-Xl. H. T. May our chant " Your Stespean Means Happy Tomorrows, be- come a reality in the years to come. Compliments of DAINTY MAID BAKERY Phone 678 Corbin, Ky. A. S. WILDER HARDWARE CO. Just a Good Hardware Store 410 Main St. Corbin, Ky. Get it at LEE ' S Middlesboro, Ky. THE BARBOURVILLE ADVOCATE Office Supplies — Job Printing Typewriters, Stationery, Cards, Invitations, Announcements Barbourville, Ky. R. I. WILLIAMS STORE EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE Barbourville, Ky. L. V. LEE DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY The Rexall Store J. C. Mitchell, Prop. Harlan, Ky. THE RAPP LUMBER COMPANY LUMBER AND BUILDING SUPPLIES Sherwin-Williams Paints General Electric Appliances Barbourville, Ky. EASTERLY MOTOR COMPANY INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS and POWER UNITS PARTS AND ACCESSORIES PONTIAC PARTS, SERVICE and ACCESSORIES On US 25E Barbourville, Ky. Phone 2-3420 Compliments of Golde ' s Department Store Barbourville, Ky. COMPLIMENTS OF MARTIN BROTHERS For four generations the name Martin has stood for the best in ELASTIC WEBBING Middlesboro, Ky. HARLAN JEWELRY COMPANY Harlan, Ky. Distributor of Genuine Registered Keepsake Diamond Rings — International Ster- ling Silver — 1847 Rogers Silverplate — Elgin, Hamilton, Waltham, and Hel- bros Watches — Sheaffer, Parker and Eversharp pens and pencils, and many other jewelry items. COMPLIMENTS OF FIRST NATIONAL BANK Corbin, Ky. COMPLIMENTS OF THE BANK OF HARLAN Harlan, Ky. MAGG E J ' S LADIES ' READY-TO-WEAR 203 S. Main St. Corbin, Ky. CUMBERLAND JEWELRY CO. DIAMONDS WATCHES Phone 85 Harlan , Ky. COMPLIMENTS OF VIALL LUMBER COMPANY Manufacturers of Hardwood Lumber and Flooring Barbourville, Ky. HARLAN MOTOR COMPANY FORD— MERCURY -LINCOLN DEALER Authorized Sales and Service Harlan, Ky. Telephone 334 COMPLIMENTS OF WHEELER ' S FLORIST Pineville, Ky. MARY ' S SHOPPE Tots and Teens- —Ladies Apparel Phone 84 Pineville, Ky. BLACK MOTOR COMPANY Incorporated " GIVES YOU A BETTER BUY " Plymouth- Dodge — Buick— Pontiac — Cadillac —Packard Dodge and International Truck Texaco and Firestone Products Complete One Stop Service Harlan, Ky. Telephones 244—245 WILLIAMS STORE Exclusive but not Expensive CURLEE CLOTHES and FLORSHEIM SHOES Barbourville, Ky. COMPLIMENTS OF HAMMONS QUALITY SHOP Barbourville, Ky. In Bottles oca MIDDLESBORO COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS, Inc. COMPLIMENTS OF D. L. CORNN GARAGE Pineville, Ky. A. B. WEST SERVICE STATION STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS 24 Hours Service Barbourville, Ky. Miller- Yancey Furniture Co. STANDARD BRANDS FINE FURNITURE North Main Street Barbourville, Ky. CORA ' S DEPARTMENT STORE GIFTS, LADIES AND CHILDREN READY TO WEAR Barbourville, Ky. COMPLIMENTS OF MORGAN DRUG COMPANY Pineville, Ky. COMPLIMENTS OF WILBUR HOTEL Corbin, Ky. HUTTON ' S It ' s to Hutton ' s always the College Students go, with their shoes for repairs — It ' s a good FIX you know. Come for new shoes also EVERETT AND MABLE HUTTON Barbourville, Ky. J3 II I Soil ' s f ' T.i.n :i.i : i.w : v».Hi. ' N Eia Home Furnishers, Jewelers Funeral Directors Tel. 114 THE HUB GRILL Reopened newly equipped Ready to serve you with The best in Southeastern Kentucky George Karloftis, Mgr. Pineville, Ky. COMPLIMENTS OF JELLICO GROCERY COMPANY Barbourville, Ky. ALWAYS WELCOME KENTUCKY CAFE Pineville, Ky. Nick Counids, Prop. 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, Ky. LEWIS W. REISER JEWELER Genuine Registered Keepsake Diamond Rings Barbourville, Ky. Sheaffer, Eversharp, Parker and Waterman Pen and Pencils AUTOGRAPHS Weeks-Tc- ::o3 i r.7smorial Libran Un " jge Barbojrv.iU,, . 40906
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