Union College - Stespean Yearbook (Barbourville, KY)
- Class of 1951
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Abigail E. Wttks Mtmav ' mi iCtbrarg Intmt (Enllpgp Foreword Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hid. Neither do men light a candle, and put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick; and it giveth light unto all that are in the house. Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven. Matthew 5:14-16 ;tt M tm STESPEAN 1951 PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY OF UNION COLLEGE ABIGAIL E. WEEKS MEMORIAL LIBRARY UNION COLLEGE BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY i i i i fc ' i J . $ « S 3te« , i ?• ' . s " ' v, ' tVM ; . ' m ' » Is -rft 1 ■ ■ V; . s SK »Y :i « % :t y. l- ' .fl»- f ' J. Jp •s. « U3 -« fate • ' »i ' =t ' DEDICATION .■% »■ ■ r We, the Siespean Staff, dedicate this 1951 edition of the Stespean to you, the student. We sincerely hope that these pages will help you in the years to come to recall pleasant memories of Union College. Through the chain of memory we shall never be separated from our Alma Mater. If this book serves you as a link in that chain, our efforts have not been in vain. B « ' - : Jl ' ■■■ ' ■? -Si u!9n 181 I -A v - ■? , — V: i Si ri 3?rs • ' H . -- 2: i , . ■ ■-■■■« it3 : L -- »,% " ■? - " V ' « ' jfcAai ' . S13li « . PSPxte ■■ 7«c3mibMn . Jlz r. 1 5»» at. « VS v President ' s Message This 1950-51 issue of the Stespean appears in the critical period of the " National Emergency. " Great tension and anxieiy prevail everywhere. Union College assumes an added rcle of service in such times and will seek to maintain, as ever, a full program of courses for all who register. National emer- gency really means- college urgency for all American youth who are prepared to enroll in college. The nation must maintain an abundant supply of educated men and women for strategic posts in this emergency. This is no time for young Americans to loaf or to neglect opportunity to make ready in haste for service in our world crisis. In fact educated citizens are more in demand than ever in our history and thus college education has become a patriotic duty. Each year the students, alumni, and friends of Union College welcome with enthusiasm the appearance of the new Stespean. This year ' s issue is a worthy successor to all the talented productions that have preceded, and I am sure all the readers will join me in hearty congratulations to this year ' s staff. President ' Dean of the College H. B. Smith Dean V Message Periods overflowing with adversity are likewise filled with opportunity. The problems of our Colonial days brought forth pioneers and leaders still cherished because of their devotion and valiant service. Today the needs of our country and of our world are still great. Will you be listed among those who rise to meet the challenge of this hour? Sincerely, H. B. Smith. Dean Business Manager ' s Message The 1951 issue of the Stespean is a splendid example of the best co-operaiive effort of .the Staff and Student Body of Union College, and represents many hours of concentrated effort to produce a good publication. The Administration is proud - ; y 0U _ anc ] grateful for an excellent recording of another year ' s progress at Union. Best wishes, always Clifton Wilson, Business Manager Business Manager Clifton Wilson THE FACULTY 7 EDUCATION O. B. Dabney Kathleen Moore William T. Bolyard Francis Patridge FINE ARTS William B. Merrel Katherine Van Dusen Sutphen Mary Catherine Kennedy Florence Dewey LANGUAGES James S. Steck Aldis B. Fosterling • THE UNION Irene Williams Dean Cadle RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY Horace R. Weaver SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS Karl Bleyl Phillip I. Peters Melville B. Laite Ervilla Masters SOCIAL SCIENCES Joseph R. Henderson Rena Milliken Erwin Bradley COLLEGE FACULTY Lois Hatfield Rudolph B. Clark Dulcie Brassfield Willa Peters Mrs. Conway Boatman College Hostess THE STAFF Elsie Forman Ernestine Richardson Mildred Moody Dorothy Lucas Alta Fay Bonza Vilma Webb Jo Dannel Daisy Johnson Al Creasy Ethel Creasy i S hv f! St. A. -Xirt • I " tei Ses ? S V ■ 5 " ' 1 H » ' aMi (ail in ' r 8 , ; 36f i V i fc ' » ' . m • £ M Jfc " 4 k L ' j S. i I . -iA Sfe Left to right: John Cawthron, Lucy Ann VanDeventer. Glenn Hcmmons. Woodrow Crum, Miss F. Patridge. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President Woodrow Crum Vice-President _ John Carthron Secretary Lucy Ann VanDeventer Treasurer Glenn Hammons Class Sponsor Miss Patridge SENIORS Ray L. Anderson, Fountain City, Indiana A. B., June 1951 Activities: U. Club, Choir, Tennis Team, Vice-President Beta Fhi Chi, Stespean Editor, Monitor Stevenson Hall, Men ' s Council. Profession sought: Coaching. Glenn Arney, Coeburn, Virginia A. B., August 1951 Activities: Treasurer Beta Phi Chi. Profession sought: Chemistry professor. Vivian Wright Bradley, Stevenson Hall, Union College B. S. in Education, June 1951 Profession sought: Elementary Teacher Joe Lowell Campbell, Yancey, Kentucky B. S. in Education, June 1951 Activities: Varsity Basketball. Profession sought: Teaching and Coaching Carolyn Elizabeth Carico, Coeburn, Virginia B. S. in Education, June 1951 Activities: Beta Chi Alpha, Junior Class Treasurer, Vice- President Pfeiffer Hall Council, Secretary F. T. A., Miss Union. Profession sought: Teaching. John C. Cawthron, Jr., East Lynn, Massachusetts A. B., June 1951 Activities: U Club, Veterans Club, Choir, Spanish Club, Track Team, Vice-President Senior Class. Profession sought: Social Service Worker. Lowell Centers, Middletown, Ohio B. S. in Education, June 1951 Activities: Track Team, President International Relations Club, Orientation Committee, Science Club, F. T. A., U Club. Profession sought: Teaching and coaching. Carlyle Chandler, London, Kentucky B. S. in Education, January 1951 Activities: F. T. A., Veterans Club, International Rela- ;ions Club. Profession sought: Business Administration. SENIORS Victor H. Coleman, Pineville, Kentucky A. B., June 1951 Activities: Spanish Club. Profession Sought: Dentistry. Gill Ccllett, Garrard, Kentucky A. E„ August 1951 Activities: Veterans Club, Zeta Sigma Pi. Profession sought: Accounting. Woodrow Crum, Jenkins, Kentucky B. S. in Educati on, June 1951 Activities: U Club President, President Sophomore Class, President Senior Class, basketball, track team, baseball, Playlikers Club. Profession sought: Coaching. Geraldine Corey. Earbourville, Kentucky B. S. in Education, June 1951 Profession Sought: Teaching. June Bond Dolloff. Manchester, Kentucky B. S. in Education, July, 1951 Activities: W. A. A., U. C. C. A., F. T. A.. Oxford Club Auxiliary, Art Club. Profession sought: Teaching. Leavitt Alan son Dolloff. St. Petersburg, Florida B. A. June 1951 Activities: Choir, U. C. C. A., Oxford Club, U Club, Play- likers, Spanish Club, Track, Orange and Black, Debate team. Profession sought: Methodist ministry. Harold A. Dushame, Jr., North Andover, Massachusetts A. B., June 1951 Activities: Zeta Sigma Pi President, Men ' s Dormitory Council President, Choir, Playlikers, Spanish Club, Orange and Black, Stespean Business Manager, Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges, Artist Ser.ies Committee, Junior Marshall to Class of 1950, U. C. C. A., President ' s Council. Profession sought: Teaching. James H. Eggers. Benham, Kentucky B. S. in Education, June 1951 SENIORS Balph D. Fishburn, Columbus, Ohio A. B., June 1951 Activities: President U. C. C. A., Secretary Treasurer Oxford Club, Playlikers Club, French Club, Associate Editor Stespean, State President M. S. M. Profession sought: Ministry. Mary Pauline Fox, Artemus, Kentucky A. B., June 1951 Activities: President Beta Phi Chi, President Beta Chi Alpha, Orientation Committee, International Relations Club. Profession sought: Medical Doctor. Harold L. Gant, Corbin, Kentucky B. S. in Education, January 1951 Activities: Zeta Sigma Pi, Veterans Club. Profession sought: Social Worker. Matthew Gibbs, Jr., Corbin, Kentucky B. S. in Education, June 1951 Activities: F. T. A., International Relations Club. Profes sion sought: Teaching. Chester Gilbert, Barbourville, Kentucky B. S. in Education, June 1951 Profession sought: Teaching. Maurice Ray Gover, Somerset, Kentucky B. S. in Education, June 1951 Activities: Veterans Club, Vice-President Student Coun- cil, F. T. A., Playlikers, International Relations Club. Profession sought: Teaching. Martha Gregory, Orleans, Indiana B. S. in Education, June 1951 Activities: W. A. A., F. T. A. Profession sought: Teaching. Robert Gum, Jr., Benham, Kentucky B. S. in Education, June 1951 Activities: Veterans Club, Secretary — International Rela- tions Club, Vice-President F. T. A. Profession sought: Business or ' eaching. sp -■ ' i SENIORS William Bentley Halcomb. Cornetsville, Kentucky B. S. in Education, January 1951 Activities: Veterans Club, International Relations Club, F. T. A. Profession sought: Business Administration. William R. Hall. Trosper, Kentucky B. S. in Education, June 1951 Activities: Debate Team Profession sought: Teaching. Glenn D. Hammons, Barbourville, Kentucky A. B., July 1951 Activities: Veterans Club, Treasurer Senior Class. Pro- fession sought: Field of Business. Irma Hammons, Barbourville, Kentucky B. S. in Education, August 1951 Profession sought: Teaching. « Si William Herman Hampton, Artemus, Kentucky A. B. Profession sought: Teaching Gerald J. Hebert, Canada . B„ June 1951 Activities: Veterans Club, French Club, International Re- lations Club. Profession sought: Business Administration. Bill Hendricks, Barbourville, Kentucky A. B . June 1951 Donald Ray Herren, Corbin, Kentucky A. B, August 1951 Activities: U. C. C. A., Oxford Club, Religious Life Com- mittee. Frotession sought: Ministry. SENIORS Virginia Marie Hill. Williamsburg, Kentucky B. S. in Educalion, June 1951 Activities: W. A. A., Spanish Club, U. C. C. A. Senior Class Representative, Choir, Band. President Women ' s Council. Profession sought: Music teacher. Ikey Hurt. Mayfield, Kentucky B. S. in Education, June 1951 Activities: Basketball, Baseball, " U " Club, Zeta Sigma Pi, International Relations Club, Who ' s Who in Ameri- can Colleges and Universities, Men ' s Council. Profession sough!: Coaching. Olaf Jones. Green Road, Kentucky B. S. in Education, June 1951 Activities: U. Club, Veterans Club. Profession sought: Coaching and teaching. Robert D. Livesay. Corbin, Kentucky B. S. in Education, July 1951 Profession sought: Teaching Russell L. Meyer, Newport, Kentucky A. B. June 1951 Activities: Choir, President U. C. C. A.. Track, French Club. Profession sought: Teaching or calculating. Anne Dean McFarland. Loyall, Kentucky B. S. in Education, August 1951 Activities: W. A. A., Beta Chi Alpha, Playlikers, Royal Order of Homemakers, Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Paul Mink, Oaks, Kentucky B. S. in Education, June 1951 Activities: Veterans Club, Art Club, F. T. A. Profession sought: Teaching. Norma Sue Miracle, Artemus, Kentucky B. S. in Education, June 1951 Activities: Royal Order of Homemakers, Beta Phi Chi, International Relations Club Reporter, Profession sought: eaching. SENIORS Clayborne Moore, Barbourville, Kentucky A. B., July 1951 Activities: Beta Phi Chi. Profession sought: Electronics. Richard L. Moore, Barbourville, Kentucky A. B., June 1951 Activities: Beta Chi Phi, French Club, Veterans Club. Profession sought: Electronics. Verncn Moore, Barbourville, Kentucky A. B„ June 1951 Activities: President Art Club, Vice-President Veterans Club, Debate, Stespean, Orange and Black, Spanish Club. Profession sought: Art. Garret H. Napier, Hamilton, Ohio B. S. in Education, August 1951 Profession sought: Teaching. Curtis Robert Norileet, Phil, Kentucky B. S. in Education, June 1951 Activities: Veterans Club. Profession sought: Teaching. Norman Pickens, Albany, Kentucky B. S. in Education, June 1951 Profession Sought: Teaching. Sibbie Playforth, Barbourville, Kentucky B. S. in Education, June 1951 Profession sought. Teaching. George R. Pope, Harlan, Kentucky B. S. in Education, Juiy 1951 Activiiies: U Club. Veterans Club, Tennis. Profession sought: Teaching. SENIORS Ola Sanchez. Tampa, Florida A. B. June 1951 Aclivities: Oxford Auxiliary, Choir, Spanish Club, French Club, Iota Sigma Nu, Orange and Black, Stespean, U. C. C. A., Pfeiffer Hall Council, Friendly League, Lan- guage Assistant. Profession sought: Christian wort. Merrel Byron Ramsey, Whitley City, Kentucky B. S. in Education, January 1951 Activities: Veterans Club, F. T. A., International Rela- tions Club, Zeta Sigma Pi. Profession sought: Business Administration. Thomas C. Sizemore, Ashers Fork, Kentucky B. S. in Education, July 1951 Activities: President Freshman Class, President Veterans Club, Editor-in-chief Orange and Black, Mr. Union 1948, International Relations Club, F. T. A. Profession sought: Teaching. Willie Sizemore, Urban, Kentucky A. B., January 1951 Activities: Veterans Club. Profession sought: Accounting. Kenneth H. Slater, Towanda, Pennsylvania A. B., January 1951 Activities: Treasurer French Club, President Oxford Club, Playlikers, U. C. C. A. Orientation Committee, Friendly League. Profession sought: Ministry. Cumie Smallwood. Garrard, Kentucky B. S. in Education, January 1951 Activities: Veterans Club. Profession sought: Coaching and Teaching. James Taylor Smith, Lanetboro, Pennsylvania A. B„ July 1951 Activities: Band, Oxford Club, Gospel teams. Profession sought: Ministry. Charles B. Taylor, Woodbine, Kentucky A. B., June 1951 Activities: Beta Phi Chi, International Relations Dub, French Club, Men ' s Dormitory Council, Iota Sigma Nu, Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Pro- fession sought: Medicine. SENIORS Eugene H. Trammel, Corbin, Kentucky B. S. in Education, July 1951 Activities: Baseball, U Club, Veterans Club. Profession sought; Coaching. Paul K. Teague, Annville, Kentucky B. S. in Education, January 1951 Activities: International-Relations Club, F. T. A., Zeta Sigma Pi, Orientation Committee, Who ' s Who in Ameii can Colleges and Universities. Profession sought: School Administration. Quentin R. VanBever. Pmeville, Kentucky B. S. in Education, June 1951 Activities: F. T. A., Art Club. Profession sought: Teaching Lucy Anne VanDeventer, Jonesville, Virginia B. S. in Education, June 1951 Activities: Beta Chi Alpha, W. A. A., Zeta Sigma Pi, Pfeiffer Kail Council, Who ' s Who in American Univer- sities and Colleges, Secretary Senior Class, Treasurer Sophomor ? Class. Profession sought: Business, Social Work, or Teaching William L. Wayne. Someiville, Massachusetts A. B., June 1951 Activities: Veterans Club, President Playlikers Club, U Club, Spanish Club, Men ' s Council, Science Club, Base- ball, Alpha Psi Omega. Profession sought: Industrial Chemist. Raymond N. York, No. Andover, Massachusetts A. B„ June 1951 Activities: Stespean Staff, Veterans Club, Art Club, Iota Sigma Nu, Zeta Sigma Pi, Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities, Oxford Club. SPECIAL STUDENTS Richard Lotspeich James McClellan Left to right: Bruce Revis, Dr. Bleyl. Bill Larch. Jack Ketchum, Hilda Valencia. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Jack Ketchum President Bill Larch Vice-President Hilda Valencia Secretary- Bruce Revis ._ _ Treasurer JUNIORS Homer Bain Forrest Bartlell A. J. Bays Hobert Bird Betty Bowman Paul Brummett William Byles Roellen Cames Mary Lee Carpenter William Cleary Randall Cox Albert Cox Margerine Craig Bill Creech Fred Davis JUNIORS Woodrow Dezarn John C. Dixon Don Duff Grace Durham Orville Engle Jack Foley Marcellus Fortney Cecil Goodman George Gross Ellen Grove Maxine Hall Doris Hammons David Harkness Jean Hart Esceline Hammons JUNIORS Ted Ray Hammond Helen Henderson Wallace Hunt Charles Hunter Morris Jackson Robert Jones Jack Ketchum George Knuckles Wand a Cox Korucher William Larch Betty Litteral Warren Long Lillian Lovitt Jean McCracken William McFarland JUNIORS Harold Martin Mary E. Martin Deril Mays Luther Mays Alice Miller Mary Lou Miller Wayne Moody George Moses I. B. Mountioy Bruce Murrell Oramious Napier Bill Nelson Oscar Parsons Elmer Prewitt Bruce Revis JUNIORS Earl Rogers Frank Salmon Gladys Scolt Bobbie Smith Jennie Lou Spurlock Bev Stewart Jean Strong Clifford Swim Edward Taylor Vernon Thomas Margie Todd Raymond Trammell Hilda Valencia Rodney VonGruenigan Leon Wallace JUNIORS Don Welch Ruth Wheeler Left to right: Herman Bays, Tommy Mitchell, Jimmie Beth Lewellen, Mr. Peters. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Tommy Mitchell . President Herman Bays Vice-President Jimmie Beth Lewellen Secretary- Max Pinkerton Treasurer Mr. Peters Class Sponsor SOPHS James Austin Wayne Baker Herman Bays Patsy Bays Rae Barron Bobby Bartlett Robert Bavender Robert Berquist Olive Blair John Boggs Bobbie Bramlette Glen Bryant Bob Buchanan Bob Burkhart Milburn Croley Bernice Detherago Dale Disney Charles Dugan Paul Easterling Cherry Edwards Bob Elder Mary Alice Elrod Thomas Epperson Goh Kong Oo Lloyd Gooch Bascom Fawbush Raymond Feltner Nannie Halcomb Nelva Hall Murgy Hall Betty Harrod Lillian Hembree Dorothy Helton Nancy Hendricks Keith Hodgin Charles White SOPHS Lois Humlleet Marie Clark Hunt Betty Lee Kelly Rebecca King limmie Beth Lewellen Paul Lewis Lewis Lovitt Jack McReynolds Sue McDade Gwen Martin Marie Meadows Janice Meeks Pauline Mink Mildred Morris Thomas Naglee Peggy Naugle Max New Barbara Partin Ruth Poe Evert Rice Betty Lou Robbins Betty Sanslow Heler Smitl Harold Sowder; Betty Stamper George Stewart Shirley Tallant Donald Treadway Robert G. Turner Robert Turner. Jr. Tommy Walker James Ward William Webb Norris Weston Ben White Mildred Winkler " ■— " — i .- n Left to right: Brian Smith. Mrs. Easterly, Joan Hopper. Allan Phillips. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Bob Turner President Brian Smith Vice-President Joan Hopper _ Secretary- Allan Phillips - Treasurer Mrs. Easterly ..._ Class Sponsor FROSH FrRST ROW (left to right): Laura Ellen Adam, Cearl Altord. Gladys Amis, Bill Baker. Allie Baker, 3etty Jean Bargo, Bobbie Bartow. SECOND ROW: Magar Bedrosian, Barbara Anne Bennett Christine Branham, Gilbert Brantly, Robert Burkhart, Betty Cole, Elmer Ray Combs. THIRD ROW: Don Combs, Donald Comer, Lexie Campbell, Gerry Chandler, Jackie Combs, Harry Craig, Hazel Creech. FOURTH ROW: Margie Creech, Ollie Davidson. H. C. Davis, Mareka Disney. Mark Dobson. Lawrence Dye, Harold Emery. FIFTH ROW: Teddy Engle. Vencil Engle, Shirley Flannery. Virgil Gambrel, Gertrude Gander, Anna Lee Garland, Charles Gilley. SIXTH ROW: Marjorie Gooch, Majorie Grant, Ruel Grider, Fred Haley, David Hamilton, William Hampton, Audrey Harris. r FIRST ROWi (Leit to Right): Elmer Harris. Herbert Hayes, Margaret Henderson, Dwight Hendrix, Margaret Hensley, Ernest Hodgkins, Ophilia Hood. SECOND ROW: H. G. Hopper. Joan Hopper, Edith Howard, Ina Lou Hudson, Billie Ingram, Bobbie James. Charles Johnson. THIRD ROW: Pauline Johnson, Eugene Jordan, Barbara Kegan, LaWanna Keith, Fred Kern, Paul Kidd, Arthur King. FOURTH ROW: Charles Lambert. Carrie Jean Land. Lucille Lawson, John Leger. Lawrence Leonard. Carlos Lester, Mary Lynn Lewis. FIFTH ROW: Robert Lewis, Linville Liford, Carl Lipps, Harold Longworth, William Lundy, Kenneth McDonald, James Manicure. SIXTH ROW: Douglai Manning. John Bill Martin, Edith Massey, Joyce Mayne, Louise Mills, Herman Miracle. Carol Moore. FROSH FROSH FIHST ROW (Left (o right): Luther Morris. Patsy Nolan. Ruth Owen. Beulah Patterson. Alan Phillips. Irene Powell. Harold Purcell. SECOND ROW: Rosemary Randall. Mary Jean Roberts. Douglas Robinson. Don Roettger, Gerrie Rudy. Jean Schick. Dan Seale. THIRD ROW: Shannon Sloan. John Smith. Samuel Smith, Charles Snyder, Billy Starnes. John B. Stevens. Dorsell Stewart. FOUBTH ROW: Phyllis Taylor. Bill Terrell. Fred Troutman. Jose Valencia. George Valentine. Mary Vermillion. Don Wallace. FIFTH ROW: John Warren. Jr.. Jerry Weaver. Harry West. Ernest Willhite. Denver Williamson. Florene Williamson. Ted Wiseman. SIXTH ROW: Carl Wright. Bobbie Yeaton. SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS Left to right: Clarence Chadwell, Betty Jean Finly, Betty Lu Robbins, Roy E. Nelson, Don Sowders, Alvin Cummins. $:w " ' : ' %£ •■ 31 g?S£MS fl I. ' l I BwLI 7 ' Vt- . V s m TB 3w»v» »S 1WP ■5 . S Ttff? 1 ? : «U : « - ABIGAIL E. WEEKS MEMORIAL LiBP v UNION COLLEGE BARBOURVILLE, KENTUCKY (Left to right): Ray York, Ruth Poe. T. C. Sizemore, George Kendrick, Jerry Weaver, Bernice Delherage, Quentin Van Bever, Ruth Vermillion, Marie Clark Hunt, (foreground): Bcbbie Bramlette. THE ART CLUB President Vernon Moore Secretary-Treasurer - .._ Maxine Hall Critic Ray York Sponsor Katherine Sutphen To serve the college and community in extra-curricular practical art contributions is the aim of the Art Club. Its members are those who believe in this purpose. Seated (left to right): Kathleen Moore. Amanda Mitchell. Caroline Boatman, Dr. Boatman, Mildred Moody, Prof. Easterling, Pro!. Peters. Standing: Eleanor Owens Clark. lean Knuckles. Irene Hughes, Ruth Wilson, Gayle Miles, Richard Harding. Leon Meenach. William Young. Allie Mays. Truman Godbey, Edna Holland. Ola Earl Murphy, Lloyd Spurlock. Pepita Cooper, Eugene Gray. Helen Manning. Raymond York. John Wood, Charles Taylor, Ola Sanchez, Mary Giddons. IOTA SIGMA NU President Ruth Wilson Secretary -Treasurer Mildred Moody Unions honorary scholastic fraternity, Iota Sigma Nu, was founded in 1936 as a reward for scholastic achievement, diligence in study, and high ideals. Membership is open only to those students who, after completing a minimum of two years ' residency 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. —®£ Standing (left to right): Prof. Peters. Paul Lewis. Max New, Prof. Laite, Elmer Prewitt, Bill McFarland. Lowell Centers. Seated (left to right): Bill Creech. Mary Lee Carpenter. Norma Sue Miracle, James Ward, Bob Lewis, Ruth Poe, Robert Woolum, Deril Mays, Dr. Bleyl, Garret Napier, Jean Strong, Mary Pauline Fox. BETA PHI CHI President . Mary Pauline Fox Vice-President ._ . Garret Napier Secretary Ruth Poe Treasurer Glen Amy Reporter Jean Strong The Science Club, Beta Phi Chi, offers opportunity for study and dis- cussion of topics of general and technical scientific interest. Specialists in the various fields of science are invited to speak at the meetings. First Row (left to right): Harold Gant, Miss Sutphen, Harold Du- shame, Hobert Stamper, Prof. Bradley, Prof. Henderson. Second Row: (left to right): Margerine Craig, Miss Milliken, Lucy Ann Van Deventer, Mrs. Boatma n, Don Welch, Byron Ramsey. Third Row (left to right): Harold Martin. Paul Teague. ZETA SIGMA PI President Harold Dushame Secretary Ikey Hurt Treasurer „_ Paul Teague Advisor Prof. Henderson Membership in the Omicron Chapter of Zeta Sigma Pi, a National Honorary Social Science Fraternity, is by invitation, and eligibility is based on scholarship, leadership, service, and character. The object of this organization is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to rendei service to society, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of Christian character. First Row (left to right): Jean Schick, Carol Moore, Max- ine Hall. Mary Lou Miller, Virginia Hill, Gertrude Gan- der, Bobbie Bartow, Jackie Combs, Peggy Naugle, Pau- line Johnson, Alice Miller. Jerry Chandler, Edith Massey. Mildred Morris. Bobbie Yeaton. Second Row: Betty Jean Bargo, Ruth Owen, Gladys S cott, Laura Ellen Adam, Jean Hart, Bobbie Smith, Rodney VonGruen : gan. Harold Tye E ans, Alan Phillips, Joyce Mayne, Shirley Tallant, Mary Jean Roberts, Mary Lynn Lewis, Barbara Kegan, Mary Alice Elrod. Third Row: Billy Ray Faker, Don Comer, Fred Halev, Harrv West, Bob Elder. George Stewart, Don Welch, Tommy Mitchell, Doug Manning, Harry Hopper, Harold Dushame, Arthur King, Eugene Jordan, Russ Meyer. A CAPPELLA CHOIR The A Cappella Choir has always been an outstanding organization on the campus. In addition to providing music for chapel programs, it presented jointly with the Dramatic Club the famous York Nativity Play. The Choir makes an annual concert tour in the spring. The Union College Band contributes much to the musical life of the campus by presenting several concerts during the year. The group also plays for basketball games and never hesitates to take part in various community functions. UNION COLLEGE BAND First Row, seated (left to right): Betty Cole, Bob Elder, Mildred Mcrris, Billy Starnes, Larry Leonard, Daniel Seale, Jerry Asher, Prof. W. B. Merrel. Second Row: Barbara Kegan, Don Welch, Charles Snyder. Standing (left to right): Dr. Bleyl, Fred Haley, Mary Alice Elrod. George Stewart. Seated at organ: Miss Kennedy. " in TTT 7 " " l — t» M u, WW MUiai re cfo r of Band Dr - Kw] Bleyj BETA CHI ALPHA President . Mary Pauline Fox Vice-President Ruth Poe Secretary Olive Blair Treasurer Betty Kelly Reporter Grace Durham Sponsors - . - Miss F. Patridge Mrs. W. Hornbeck The purpose of the Beta Chi Alpha sorority is to develop in its members an appreciation for Beauty, Art, and Culture. ....-, -,- First Row (left to right): Mary Jean Roberts. Bobbie Yeaton, Hilda Valencia, Ola Sanchez, Peggy Naugle. Second Row: Bob Baven- der, Fred Kern, James Austin, Bill Wayne. Third Row: Victor Coleman, Prof. Easterling. LA TERTULIA President .... Hilda Valencia Vice-President . . Victor Coleman Secretary . Peggy Naugle Treasurer Ola Sanchez Sponsor Prof. Easterling La Tertulia means " a gathering of friends. The puipose of the club is to stimulate interest in Spanish and Spanish speaking countries. The programs are designed to be both entertaining and educaticnal. The principal feature each year is the presentation of the Spanish Fiesta. V Seated (left to right) Mary Pauline Fox, Billie Ingram, Bob Turner, Matt Gibbs, T. C. Siremore, Jim Ward, Prof. E. S. Bradley, Rudolph Clark, Lowell Centers, Bob Woolum, Fred Troutman, Don Wallace, lerry Herbert, Hilda Valencia, Norma Sue Miracle. Standing: Carl Lipps, Ruel Grider, Bob Lewis, Herman Bays, Bob Berquist, Ray Feltner, Billy Starnes, Elmer Ray Combs, Charles Gilley, Dan Seale, Bert Cox, Ikey Hurt. INT ' RNA ' TL RELATIONS President Lowell Centers Vice-President „.. Robert Gum Secretary Daniel Seale Treasurer Ray Feltner Reporter Norma Sue Miracle This organization is sponsored by the Carnegie Endowment for Inter- national Peace. Its primary purpose is to extend and promote interest and under- standing of international problems that affect world peace. Each year this group sponsors many public forums and debates and is heard frequently on the leading radio stations of this area. Seated (left to right): Betty Cole, lackie Combs, Joyce Mayne, Carol Moore, Mary Alice Elrod, Ruth Owen, Bobbie Yeaton, Bob Bavender. Charles Gilley, Fred Haley, Kenneth Slater, Fred Troutman, Olive Blair, Prof. M. D. Easterly, Bill Wayne. Standing: Ralph Fishbum, Edith Massey, Don Comer, Harold Emery, Mary Lou Miller, Bobbie Smith. THE PLAYLIKERS President William Wayne Vice-President Bobbie Smith Secretary Edith Massey Treasurer Betty Cole Program Committee Chairman Harold Emery The Playlikers Club members are students who are interested in all phases of play production and stagework. The talents of every member are put to use. The club entertains the students of the campus with plays and at the same time provides valuable instruction and experience for the members. U V w ifi First Row (left to right): Eugene Jordan, Harold Emery. Gilbert Brantley, Mar- gerine Craig. Ola Sanchez. Miss K. V. D. 3utphen. Nanny Halcomb, Rae Barron, Bob Bavender, Fred Haley, Russell Meyer. Second Row: Barbara Kegan, Leon Wallace, Kenneth Slater, Ralph Fishburn. Third Row: Rose Mary Randall, Edith Massey. Marie Clark Hunt, Dolly Henderson, Ruth Poe. Fourth Row: Don Comer. Harry West. Prof. P. I. Peters. Wallace Hunt, Tom Naglee. CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION President .. .... Russel Meyer Vice-President .... ... Wallace Hunt Secretary-Treasurer Ruth Poe Religious Life Committee Representative Freshman Class Representatives Charles Dobbs Fred Haley Sophomore Class Representatives . Tom Naglee Ruth Poe Junior Class Representatives . Margerine Craig Ruth Wheeler Senior Class Representative; ... . Virginia Hill William Wayne The Union College Christian Association seeks to enable every student to enrich his spiritual life through a growing experience of God as He is found in Jesus Christ. The organization desires to co-operate with all other groups on the campus in the promotion of good and wholesome fellowship. 4 B. First Row, seated (left to right): Dolly Henderson, Ola Sanchez, Rae Barron, Mildred Morris, Rose Mary Randall, Anne Bennett, Chris Branham, Gerry Rudy, Margerine Craig. Second Row: Marie Clark Hunt. Ruth Owen, Barbara Kegan, Nanny Halcomb. Laura Ellen Adam, lean Schick. Standing, Third Row: lamel Smith. Wayne Moody, Don Welch. Wallace Hunt. Lee Dolloff, Gilbert Brantley. Leon Wallace, Edward Taylor, Bob Bavender. Ralph Fishburn, David Harkness, Kenneth Slater. Eugene Jordan, Dr. Horace Weaver. Fourth Row: Don Comer, Harold Emery. Harry West, Fred Haley .Tom Naglee. OXFORD CLUB Presidents Edward Taylor Rae Barron Vice-President . Lee Dolloff Ruth Wheeler Secretary-Treasurers Leon Wallace Marie Clark Hunt Representatives Religious Life Committee Anne Bennett Tom Naglee Sponsors .._ __ Miss Williams Dr. H. Weaver The Oxford Club and Auxiliary are made up of young men and women who are devoting themselves and their services to full-time Christian service. The purpose of this association is to cooperate with the women ' s depart- ment of physical education in promoting physical efficiency, interest in athletics and developing good sportsmanship in the student body. This group sponsors the Winter Carnival each year. WO MENS ' ATHLETIC ASSOC. President .. Jenny Lou Spurlock Vice-President . Betty Harrod Secretary .. . Margie Todd Treasurer Lucy Ann VanDenventer Social Chairman Wanda Cox Kaucher First Row (leil to right): Virginia Hill, Mary Lee Carpenter. Jean Strong, Carol Moore. Jackie Combs, Jean Hart, Bobbie Smith. Second Row: Betty Bowman, Dolly Henderson. Rebecca King. Marie Meadows, Nancy Hendricks, Helen Henderson, Joan Hopper, Wanda Kaucher. Third Row: Mary Lou Miller. Hilda Valencia, Nanny Halcomb. Ollie Davidson. Gertrude Gander, Beulah Hum- fleet. Grace Durham. Anne Bennett, Jenny Lou Spurlock. Margie Todd. Miss F. Patridge .Fourth Row: Betty Sanslow, Irene Powell, Stella Durham, Audrey Harris. Edith Massey, Ruth Owen. Mary Jean Roberts. Margaret Gregory. The members of this Club are those on the Union Campus who wear the coveted " U " awarded to them for Varsity participation in sports. They typify the best in athletic achievement and good sportsmanship. VARSITY " U " CLUB President Cliff Swim Vice-President George Pope Secretary-Treasurer Charles Dugan Sponsor Coach Bolyard g 5 | First Row: (left to right): Bill Larch, lack Ketchum, Bob Berquist, George Pope, lack Reynolds. Second Row: Cliff Swim, Earl Rogers, Wordie Crum. lkey Hurt, Keith Hodgin, Coacfc Bill Bolyard. Third Row: Lee Dolloff, Lowell Centers, Olaf Jones, °Tlay Anderson, Bill Neison. Fourth Row: Norris Weston, Bill Wayne, Homer Bain, Eugene Trammell. St K J FRESHMEN ORIENTATION COMMITTEE This committee was present to greet the new 1950-51 Freshmen and help them get acquainted with our college. Several activities were sponsored by this group during the first week of the college year. Front Row (left to right): Kenneth Slater. Mary Alice Elrod, Mary Pauline Fox, Alice Miller, Mary Lee Carpenter. Helen Henderson. Second Rcw: Robert Elder. Paul league, Goh Kong Oo. Standing: J. R. Henderson. Dr. Karl Bleyl. ,;k , This club wishes to promote better relationships between the students and the veterans on the campus and to work for better conditions in this and other communities for the benefit of all veterans. THE VETERANS ' CLUB President . Earl Rogers Vice-President Herman Bays Secretary Robert Gum Treasurer . John Boggs Chaplain Vernon Moore Sgt.-at-Arms William Cleary Sponsors ... . Prof. Henderson Prof. Bradley First How (left to right): Dick McDade. Prof. E. S. Bradley. James Austin. J. B. Mountjoy, John Boggs. Harold Gant. Jerry Heberl, V. Gambrel, Maxwell McDonald. Bill Hall. Norris Weston. Orville Engle. Robert Woolum. Cumie Smallwood, Charles Dugan. Second Row: Glenn Bryant, Prof. J. R. Henderson, Olaf Jones, Glenn Hammons. Earl Rogers. Robert Crawford, Woodrow Dezarn, William Wayne. Ray York, Wayne Moody, T. C. Sizemore, Georga Kendricks, Vernon Moore, Cearl Aliord, Third Row: Eugeno Trammel. James Ward, A. J. Bays, Wm. David Campbell, Robert Lewis, Oramious Napier, Herman Bays, Don Combs, Warren Long, George Pope, Lewis Lovitt, John Dixon, James Petrey, H. C. Davis. Don Martin. Gordon Warren. Lloyd Gooch, Homer Bain. s " »S " f- " f 1 s»: CisSiS - ' ■ " ■- .4;. , DORMITORY COUNCILS Presidents Harold Dushame Virginia Hill Vice-Presidents Ray Gover Carolyn Carico Secretaries George Pope Marie Clark Hunt Treasurer Gladys Scott Rep. Stevenson Hall Norris Weston Rep. Tye House Russ Meyer Rep. Barracks Bill Wayne These men and women students are elected by the residents of Pfeiffer Hall, Stevenson Hall, Tye House and the Barracks. They work in cooperation with the Deans of Men and Women to promote the welfare of those who live in the campus dormitories and to provide democratic student government. Front Row (left to right): Marie Meadows, T. C. Sizemore, Wanda Cox Kaucher. Second Row: Dr. Dabney, Carolyn Carico, Garrett Napier, Prof. Moore, Lowell Centers, Margaret Gregory, Gladys Scott, Russell Majors, Quentin Van Bever, Robert Woolum. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA President Garrett Napier Vice-President Deril Mays Secretary ... ._ Carolyn Carico Treasurer Quentin Van Bever Reporter T..C. Sizemore Sponsor . Miss Kathleen Moore The members of the Union College Chapter of F. T. A. are also members of the Kentucky Educational Association and the National Education Association. This group makes on annual award to the Future Teacher who graduates with the highest academic standing. Publishing the voice cf the student body is the ORANGE and BLACK, Union ' s periodical newspaper. This student publication has been edited in two ways this year: the first semester by an editor appointed in the fall and the second semester by an editorial board composed by five members. Participation in the activities of editing the ORANGE and BLACK is open to all students who are interested in making any contribution and who wish to gain experience in writing, editing, and business management. THE ORANGE AND BLACK Editor-in-Chief .. Maxine Hall Associate Editor Olive Blair Associate Editor Murgy Hall Religious Life Editor Lee Dolloff Sports Editor . Charles Gilley News Editor Ed Taylor Business Manager .. . .__ Russell Majors Business Manager .. Kenneth McDonald Faculty Advisor Prof. lames S. Steck Reporters Deril Mays, Robert Lewis, Ruth Poe, Don Comer, Doug Robinson, Vernon Moore, T. C. Sizemore, Carl Lipps, Dan Seale, Nan Hendricks. Editor-in-Chief .. Ray L. Anderson Business Manager ... Harold Dushame Literary Editor .. .. Don Welch Feature Editor George Stewart Sports Editor . Robert Berquist Photography .... James Ward Circulation Manager .. ._ Robert Elder Advertising Ted Ray Hammond Secretary Betty Harrod Faculty Advisor .. .. Dean Cadle THE STESPEAN Well, here I am! Your 1951 STESPEAN. For some I will be the last STESPEAN hey wi receive and tor others I will be their first college annual. Whichever I am, I hope you enjoy me and some day in the future when you leaf through my pages and I bring back one memory, recall one pleasant moment, or even bring a sigh, I will know that those whose efforts made me what I am will not have been in vain. I want to thank all the members of the staff who gave so freely of their time, missed meals, lost sleep, skipped classes, tor all the work they did on me. Also I want to thank my sponsor who has answered my questions and helped in so many ways to make me a success. My editor wishes me to thank the faculty for electing him to such an honor and he sincerely hopes that I will meet their high approval. FEATURES r- Miss Union Miss Carolyn Carico i Mr. Union Woodrow Cnim s UNION ' S BASKETBALL Queen- ' tceetfj Below; Queen Bobbie Smith reigns with her fair attendents from left to right; Virginia Hill. Ruth Wheeler. Olive Blair and Gerry Chandler. V 4 i SNO wett Below: Dr. Boatman crowns Snow Queen Margie Todd in the presence oi her court who are, left Margie Todd to righl . BeMy Bowman. Carol Moore. Nannie Hal- comb, and Christine Branham. - - «,. J r i Ray York UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Charles Taylor Ann Deane McFarland " " ' wnw ' WBw DAN ' L BOONE Many long years ago, the forefathers of the Cherokees departed from this land to a home beyond the great mountains. They made a treaty with the people of Ken- tucky. They honored and kept that treaty, while in Ken- tucky, the forefathers of the Cherokees made baskets from the cane that grew along the banks of the Cumber- land. Today, the sons of the Cherokees come in friendship to visit their friends in Kentucky. Kentucky bids hem wel- come and hopes that their visits in the future may out- number the hairs of their heads. SADIE yHAWKINS ' DAY AT ( OhjCohj Mammy Yokum, Little Abner, Daisy Mae, Marryin ' Sam — all these and many more will be found on Union Col- lege Campus on that day of days — Sadie Hawkin ' s Day. The annual race and party at Jack ' s Blue Room is spon- sored each year by the Sophomore Class and the best of all — at least for the boys — is that it is the girl who does the chasing and pays for the evenings entertainment. SCHOO iOOT- In November, Open House was held in Stevenson Hall, Barracks and Tye House. This was a golden opportunity for the girls to see what kind of housekeepers the boys are. After inspecting the men ' s rooms, the student body was royally entertained by a program given by some of the fellows. The evening was ended with refreshments served o all. ■BH H. ' -MH Men in the hall! Yes, there were many men in the hall when Pfeiffer Hall girls opened their doors to welcome guests at their annual open house on February 16th, 1951. Bringing the events of the evening to a cressndo was the crowning of the " Queen of Hearts, " Ola Sanchez, accompanied by her king, Don Comer. Following the coronation, a program of music and pantomime was presented in honor of the king and queen. FACULTY CONCERT On February 23rd, the Faculty entertained the student body with a concert sponsored by the Junior class. This concert was held in the Little Theatre and was thoroughly en- joyed by all. The faculty, talented and un- talented, gave brilliant performances on var- ious instruments with some help from behind the stage. |r ' ■ ■ ; « -fmi aw cw i niwyin ' win ' MWsWftM? 11 BULLDOGS ON THE HARDWOOD Standing, left to right: Manager lack Ketchum, Mark Dob- son, Keith Hodgin, Buddy Willhite, Shannon Sloan, Harold Cole. Carl Wright, Ikey Hurt. Bert Cox. Coach Bill Bolyard. Seated: Jack Bruner. Brian Smith. Woody Crum, Cliii Swim, Dwight Hendrix, Earl Rogers, Earl Vernon Evans. Union College Bulldogs ended the regular 1950-51 basketball season with a record of 13 wins and 9 losses. The Bulldogs lost a 1 point verdict to Kentucky Wesleyan in the opening round of the K.I.A.C. tournament by a score of 71-70. In the first round of the S.M.A.C. the boys slipped by Tusculum 50- 48 and then fell to Emory-Henry 75-70 but came back the next evening to capture third place honors by defeating the host ' earn Lin- coln Memorial 81-79. Coach Bolyard loses only one man from the 1950-51 cage squad who is guard Woody Crum. Woody has been an outstanding per- former on the basketball, baseball and track teams for the past four years and will be missed by everyone at Union College. Cliff Swim, Keith Hodgin, Bert Cox, Harold Cole, Shannon Sloan, Jack Bruner and the other Bulldogs should be back next year and if Coach Bolyard can keep these boys he will have the nucleus for one of the best teams in the Kentucky and Tennessee region. Crum driving in for a lay-up shot during the Centre game. We Opponent They 66 Lincoln Memorial U. 38 55 Morehead 50 78 Milligan 80 78 Wesleyan 86 66 Berea 56 58 E. Tennessee Stale 57 47 Lincoln Memorial U. 39 82 Centre 62 58 Morehead 74 57 Berea 67 77 Milligan 63 57 E. Tennessee State 60 51 Georgetown 59 75 Tusculum 57 72 Emory and Henry 70 76 Emory and Henry 79 57 Carson-Newman 65 60 Centre 55 85 Georgetown 76 86 Carson-Newman 64 74 Wesleyan 79 105 Tusculum 65 COACH BILL BOLYARD The Bulldogs opened the season by crushing a hapless LMU five in the Soldiers and Sailors Memor- ial Gym. ■ i HI CI Right: The scoreboard registered only 99 . ' or Union, but the Bulldogs rolled up a record breaking 105 markers over the Tusculum Pioneers before turning the visitors loose. BRUNER SMITH Coach Bolyard setting up a new play to be used against Georgetown in the annual Homecoming game. , HEM Hfl EVANS WRIGHT DOBSON Left: Here ' s some of the frantic action during the Tusculum game when Union rolled up that record 105 points to the Pioneers ' 65. Below: Hurrin ' Harold Cole s-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-s lor the top-off in the game with Centre. Of course, our heroes won. 82-62. _ ■ ' ■■ ' " ■ ' ■■ SPRlNGrtfttffl As the STESPEAN goes to press, the spring sport program is just starting. A good number turned out for the three spring sports and even though they have had a late start due to extremely bad weather the track, baseball and tennis teams should surpass their records of last year. ■H ! 5f ' , Li A. 7 UNION COLLEGE Our cheerleaders have done a terrific job this year and all of us here at Union are really proud of them. Led hy Bobbie Smith they practiced many hours and were really ready to go at every game. They bought their own uniforms and paid for their expenses to all of the games away just to let the boys know that we were all behind them. So to Bobbie, Jackie, Jerry, Phyll mi Jackie Combs, Jerry Chandler, Bobbie Smith, Phyl- lis Taylor, " Perk " Purcell, " Chiel " Larch. 1 kie Combs, " Perk " Purcell, Phyllis Taylor, Bobbie ruth. " Chiel " Larch, Jerry Chandler. A . _ . ■ .;%,r ..d» ■ . a i?Sm H ss - jt 1 • £ «MA .7 THE BARBOURVILLE ADVOCATE Office Supplies — Job Printing BISSELL OFFICE Typewriters — Cards EQUIPMENT COMPANY Stationery ROYAL PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS j Cecil H. Wilson, Edilor, Class cf ' 38 Barbourville Kentucky Harlan and Corbin, Kentucky WILLIAMS STORE HOLBENT ' S QUALITY MERCHANDISE ! Men ' s and Boy ' s Nationally Advertised FLORSHEIM SHTES— CURLEE SUITS Clothing ARROW SHIRTS— DCBBS HATS 1 207 Main Street Corbin Barbourville Kentucky If It ' s Drugs, Think Of ! 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