Union High School - Aurora Yearbook (Grand Rapids, MI)

 - Class of 1953

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Everest 2 To Whom Union Pays Honor Prmcnpal Everest praeses a group of student leaders Charles A Everest, Retiring Prlnclpal The Class of l953 IS snncerely honored to dedlcate this Aurora to Mr Charles A Everest Umon s beloved and devoted prmclpal Mr Everest IS known for hls never endmg consrderatnon and understandmg of students as well as teachers Hts frlendly smlle and warm hearted approval of personal achlevement In any tleld have en deared hum to all Strlvmg earnestly for greater student government Prmclpal Everest has devoted hus entlre thirty one years of service as admlmstrator to Increase the pruvnleges and responslbllltles of every student Although Mr Everest I5 retlrung the memory of hns many contrlbutlons to Umon lute wlll llnger In the minds of all Unlonltes Table of Contents School Life Page 8 Work of the School Underclassmen Organnzatlon Sports Page Page Page Page ' - - - .............................. 20 Seniors ....................................,........... Page 30 ' ' ................... .,...,,.., . .......... 6 2 3 Union-Where Students Learn To Lead This is Union. The outside may not be modern, new, or eye-catching, but inside throbs one of the most up-to-date systems in school government in the country. Always ex- panding, always striving to attain new heights, school life at Union is an adventure in pro- gressive leadership. 5 Organuzed In l922 another first In Grand Rapids for Umon was the Student Council Another unnovatnon was the Faculty Councll organized In T950 Newest at Umon IS the Co ordlnatang Councnl from the faculty student body and oFflce whlch came mto existence lust thus year . . . And to Enrich Their Development through progressnve thunk mg has been the central theme at Umon ever slnce Mr Everest took the relns as prlnclpal In l922 Student operated study halls are a later but typical example of this philosophy The Idea of student self government has always held the spotllght at Umon The seniors plan their own Com mencement program each year from lnvo cation to beneductlon Student planned panel assemblles too have made a hlt wlth all students who have heard them Unique at Union thats the Community Council Composed of businessmen faculty members and students the council sponsors such prolects as The Frollues and the pur chase of new band uniforms This group pal Everest s contributions toward making Union the most up to date school ln the city Shop courses for seventh and eighth graders and the family living classes both help expand the student s viewpoint School life at Union is an adventure In progressive learning Recognizing all kinds of student achievement athletics arts and scholarship the Honor Banquet is the culmination of a students career in the activity program at Union. This is where all the enterprises that go to make up the Union of today re- ceive honor. ' T d' ' School s ra :tions organized in I936, is another one of Princi: T 5 T i i a U' Af '-s. 3, 3 gm , Y X' , ' FW vi, . M 1 Q 8 Q. 'fig ? 15 fl7??f2v.!'Q-- 'L W H ,Y an if N: 1 J M, ,Z thi 4 WY J -' 1? I Q 4. if 5 ,, am x Q fa 1 I .1 ,gm ,, Www .2 "hs , , ft 5 1- ' 1 x ' .1111 w'gs IO, K! 1 4, s 'li' win X' ,-xssm v 1'k ' M. vi iris 'R a Q l,?X og, 1,1 a, ""V 1 A 3 an T X ry? , + V 'Q' , a Q .V 9 . ' Ng' Xu' JN" ' X Q' , vw Q 'Q' ' ' U a . 9 s 42 v Q a'5. ig ti ' Ale i ,.. . 9.5 v. ' 9 ' 'lr' , Q Q ns? .-Awami t 3.3. K 85 U, 6 I Q ,I s Q xx 1 9 ,sqm .0 av! - Q fi. f Q 1 o v ' nun f .S Nr g 5 ,WM , la. nv,a0 41 , .. 1 1 0 an " ' 1' ' "' 'D ' 'o s ,n Q aff ,n 0 if wg, , Q nal' S Q Q I F 0 o t asv' '9"' 4' 'Q o '! vnu . K' S' Ln g-lv", 0 A ,slid -va' 'W' swf W 1 s s I ,905 , A ,y ' gui' M U ,. J., f 5 .f , 'Jf,, . dl kia' -X ruin 5, " Q-ras 4, na, fn if-.Z W ,lv 75 , ., f' d , M, Q. 1 Q .J x 'Q I -K O I I x To Make Friend 'M SCHOOL LIFE The flash of a warm smile is familiar to all Unionites whether they meet on stairway or in hall. Through Union's informal social life girls and boys learn to understdnd ne another andf enioy fun together during n-hour, bety1egpAclasses, in talent slnbwfor. at dances dhd 65165. if 1' l ' ' i 1 s . J i 'll 9 1' If r j- fy ," 5 T' ' 1 f I f I 'fl W f 'J I X .ibm And To Share Good Times I 1 Dances Hlghllght Year ot musrc floats about these romantic couples as they dance to muslc of Tom Zalaoras band at the Sweetheart Swirl given February 14 by the senior class Gatherung around the punch bowl ns one of the many treats they enloy Happy memorles of pretty formals fragrant corsages, and gay conversa tlon Iunger long In the memory of these enchanted dancers Grab your hot and check your Dancrng dreamrly amid gay deco Dressy dances bring the couples coat state Van Waermer and Ka ations are the devoted two somes Eyes are upor Mead Van Blols Mc re as they check the coats f Guthan and Krlbbet Noorthoek and Kmney and Levondoskl wuth an Du Brrdge and Mulluan Bliss McKey and Zyn goyable evening ahead for all Charming Royalty Relgns The charmlng court Includes Read Bennett Vrana and Pafnoude who reigned with the queen at the half time cere mony and at the dance held later In the boys gymnasium where the gurls stood n a re cepllon line to say hello to re furnlng alumnu of the past 'four years Queenly Joan Vereecken and Kmgly Chuck Barager reigned over the annual Homecoming Game when Umon met Mus kegon Helghts al South Field on October lO The crowd walled eagerly for half tame when The Kung and Queen would be crowned Mayor Goebel presided at the ceremony The Royal Parr were chosen from The senlor class by its members to reign over both the game and the dance that followed 15 Perfume of Paris . . Behtnd the stage work rs probably the most rm portant of the play Here Student Drrector Feenstra helps Actress H rpolshetmer as Dtrector Knzrvttch coaches Actors Batt and Betz All put nn thetr tame to make the pray a success' ...sw Applying makeup as extremely Important when rt comes to o play Knownng how proves equally Important os Hollebeck and Freeberg demonstrate on Actors Kurklran ard Smtth -as fwsrrmrf-'1t'::if::f::: F Kaffe gfrdf 'Eff ,gg sgfqwfs genre f-esfrZ:::::,,,,rgpmg 11 All aboard to Partsl That s the scene set for Our Hearts Were Young and Gay presented by the sensors on March ll and I2 Health lnspectton was gust one of the features emphastzed at thus occasion by actresses and actors White Freeberg Green Hof trus Krel Zernstra and Wullrams . . . Twlnkle of Toyland Dancmg dolls Toyland were the Sensor Frolhettes lrwln Clause Patonude Chapman Lennung Muller Kepner Thom as Todleben Spauldmg Van Woerkom Haan Lauman Helm Chlrgwnn Wendt Du Clos Slenker Petrovlch Chugging through 'Toyland' "Choo-choo" train were the Junior Frol- Iiettesp Lofquist, Blauw, Miller, Orhn, Van Molsen, Gigowski, Spoelstra, Bennett, Burll, Shier, Stratton, Hamelink, Adams, and Scholten. Addlng a touch of humor to the Frollues were the dainty sugar plum falrles Krlbbet Kurkpan Betz Bell Bloom Brand er Kareckos Eckman Patterson and Anderson Work Add to Fun Have a Cokel a famlltar phrase A rousung cheer from these loyal Enthusnastucally Kareckas Wrlson heard many trmes when nts untermus Unnonltes spur theur team to victory Read Herpolshenmer Spauldlng and sion at Unlons dances Todleben decorate the gym for Wlth a ready smlle and open heart Umon students are prepared to work as well as play, whether the oc caslon calls for gala decoratlon of the gym and keeping the war memortal Immaculate or pulmg the gang unto a And away we g IH these two snazzy convertibles chauftered by Susle Muller and Harold Brander' dance friend s convertlble for a rude to a thrllllng basketball game on Frrday mght where, to cllmax a week of hard work they happuly share a coke ata lukebox dance Poorman Guthan and Krnbbet are proud to keep the beautiful war memorral spotless -V W- V-V I I l .l .. 1 . . . . . I . I . . , . . . . . . . ' I . I . I . . , I C . . . . , . . . . , . tt -V . .. H . . - 0 -' , , . . X 14 Clausen! Nosomcx-o wool skit! and a rash :cloud sweater new favorite-cows! bln iiffs caiond scarf: are ivsf the uf aff u new sweater mf :Gif 'ff -Y' Y' 'iff YA' Maglc Moment of the Prom Dancing lo lhe soll muslc ol lhxs years Junror Sensor Prom a pictured Hoflvus Smth an Loo Herpolshermer Bloom ormer Van Carlson The exohc fra sage and The s grance of a beautiful cor oft rusfllng of a formal IS a memory that will happy couples who attended the Junior Senior Prom Hotel never be forgotten by the In The ballroom ofthe Pantlmd You look lust fine! :mules Kay Haan s she sl h rang lens Jam Van Dumens boulonmere 16 Godfrey I F 4 ' ' ' ' ' - ' re Ooslen, Glover, Clause, V , ' , , ' 1 ' , i , Daggell, Lauman, Balt, VanW I . Zigi' . 'F fl we H I H ' Q . . . Something to Remember Taking tame out for refreshments are A charming feature of the Prom Addlng those last munute touches to Strand Whltaker S Whlte J Whute was attractuve Ann Godfrey wlth her Van Oosten are Noorthoek and Clause Lauman and Daggett love'y vouce Chmcxlng the evenrng s fun and engoyment was the grand march The gurls Imrng up therr swlshung formals and thenr smart lookmg dates stepplng up besrde them made a pretty picture to behold 17 I , , wr v A if T , i if M 4 rg N: 5 1 5 Q. Right Around Unlon Its bug busvness In Unions cafelerla when lunch lime comes around Nolhrng IS beung guven away free' They re Iusl siudenls buying lhelr school supplnes Eagerly purchasrng doughnuls from Andrews and Bloom al an afler school sale are lhese famlshed Unsonltes s ress up fume again when the G C s have lhelr cnnua Christmas masquerade A hne up for hckets ns the typical scene every hme thai a game comes around 18 o 0 If --d . " ' ' .u. J ' I PERSONALITY PLUS FRIENDIJEST Mclrcuo Vecmo DIMPLES Joan Ruusch WITTTIEST Ted CONSTANT TWOSOME Bud Posfemo Dolores Hoogerhyde CLASS BRAIN Lewls Engmczn MOST VERSATILE Vlrglmo DueProclm SOCIALITE Fred Wlllloms 19 , K, , - E g S Y 'HI 9' 1 gg 3 f 2 I M 1+ . .wgifxwyjf QA :ii-5:95 Q9 Wi' ., 5 f W Q11 9452 Egfiivfss. 4 V 4. A .ff " L 0 L QQIW 5 is fwmx 2553 In ,. IVV., :Inv , ,, r Y , V... , .I J 3 4 4 1 I 'uf , .ae Q , . A .A,. ggg m jg, 9 ' 'L f 9 0 Ks s 1 I la 0' ' ' 'Ui X3 0 f, , i' 341 'iam .,.. wa ulsx Af, - M ,-,.1,w-w- M To Take Ke WORK-OF-THE-SCHOOL Taking driving tests has made these eager, ninth- graders realize what it is like to share Union's progressive spirit, Their study of traFFic regulations is only a part of their participation in one of Union's newest advances -a ninth-grade unified program teaching citizenship in action. 1, ! I f ! I 2 4 , L . 1. i, J .. J - sf' 1' 1 - ,., il. A 1 I , - - f .- 4 . J , 1, 1 1. 1 . -8 i4 J . I 1 A f, 1 Q U, Q 1 . 1 1 1' 4 f, J ..--1 X , r ' I .3 I " 1 I 6 " -irlf 'J D I 0 I ' .4 ". 1 O O C 5 -V ' 5 ' l'el'eS'l' In ECW In In X ' 7 g J I I I ' 'Q' , - f 1 , N 1 X I ' j Z' A 7, , - I I' 1-5 b , .v I I , -f-'refs-1 f 4 'V ' I 4 I -K 5 1 1 - , , . - I - 21 - A " I 1 " 7 ' A 9 2 ' 9 My - 4 .fly , ,V , I ' 1 4 - f 1 l J F ft 1 1 ' ' w Z - fo ,, 9, A ,V 3 " 61 Vlgarou Leadership Securlng a date for an afterschool sale Jane Van Woerkom confers wuth Pruncrpal Everest Wmdlng up his teaching career thls sprang Pop Reynders wlll always be valued as a capable teacher of mechanucal drawlng wlth a kmd and deep Interest In has students Ponderrng over plans for a new home are Pop Reynders orchrtectural drownng rnstructor and Roddy Gale sensor Also leaving Unlon In the sprang ot 1953 I I Mary MacLennan, mathematics teacher, who will be well remembered for her warm friendliness and pa-lent helpfulness wlth puzzled math s udcnt Shown studylng a geometrucal problem are Mass Maclennon math nnstructor and Ruchord Klung eleventh grade tu ls the prmclpal of a school a human being-1 M Everest throughout hs thirty years of leadlng Union Hugh School, has befrlended many a struggling young person and set hum straight on the path of suc cess Mr Everest IS particularly noted for his sincere desire to teach all Union students the art of self government N Tram Moclern Teens Many a Umonlte has been en couraged by the helpful Interest of Mass Perschbacher assustant prlnclpal and Mrs Crossman personnel advnser The sparklung personalltles and keen under standing of these student favorites can be observed even whale they are dlscusslng ways of smoothing out the program problems of stu dents It he ...ii Q? aww' 'BP' Mrs slstant '-w---.,,,, Crossman Personnel Advuser Principal and Mlss Perschbacher A Efflclent and friendly those words perhaps best descrlbe Miss Noble and Mrs Hunt Unlons well Informed llbrarlans Their services to student readers make them lndlspensable rs Hunt and Mlss Noble Lubrorron Besides cheerfully keeping innumerable records and answering telephone calls office secretaries Mlss Helen Olson and Mrs Karl Wanvlo frequently help Umonneg go over thelr credits Muss Olson and Mrs Wawlo Oftuce Secretaneg Democratic Teaching '55 Allor Allen M Seventh Grade Unnfied Program Etghth Grade Unlfled Program Proc tucol Arts and Crafts Barker Edlth Art Art Club Advtser Atkunson Morlorle E Typnng Shorthand Sensor Y Teens Advls Faculty Steer: o Commtttee Barr Forrest E Bookkeeping Typlng Chanrmon of Comrner cial Department B zum June S lMrsl Best Florence C Etghth Grade Unttted V caIMus1c C our Program English Spon Gee Clubs R O T C sor Trm A Dorus Horn Chorus zon Club Blake Dorothy Stuart BONBF1 Ethyl In Engltsh Lam VocalMuslc Junr0r Club Advuser Hugh Glee Club Avery Cleorae Homemakung Sponsor es ka may o lc Horizon Club Bazuun Clayton Chemtstry Senuor Sc: ence School Store Black Margaret M lMrsJ Phystcal Educatton Commumty Counctl Advtser GUC Advts er Junior GAA Brunette Loratne L lMrs l Engltsh Htstory Spon sor Tru U Hortzon Club Ass Dlctahon for Busnness Learnmg how to take dictation qutckly IS the goal that lnsplres these shorthand students to listen alertly to Miss Kosankes helpful suggestlons and prepare wtsely for stenographlc careers Sclence From Slldes Employing Umon s up to date audio visual factlltles helps these scientists In Mr Bazuln s senior science class to learn about the complex mysteries of llvtng orgamsms .5 I . 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Ri 1 ,av t-.1-.-.::f , Y Q. f 2 416 4+ 124 ln psres Cooperatson Carlson Marson D Carpenter Ruth Esghth Grade Unsfsed Englssh Program Crosman Julle De Groot Cecsle Nlnlh Grade Unlfled Clothsng Cafetersa Ds Program Englssh Dra rg for matscs Club Advsser Sensor Play Dsrector Chamberlasn Roy W Electrscsty Adult Educa tson Football Coach De Young Irene tMrsl Unsfied Program Teach ers Central Commsttee Representatsve Spon sor Junsor Hsgh Stu dent Councsl Lesson sn Reasonsng Csrcles, vertscal angles' These terms have brought terror snto the hearts of many a young mathematscsan After watchsng Mr Early gsve a demonstratson, however, students find geometry much clearer Art Work Takes Form Trasnsng and smprovsng thesr artsstsc talents ss the asm of Koetsser, Anderson, and Mc Kellar as they compare and dsscuss thesr pasntsngs sn one of Msss Wsllsams art classes Dscken leanore lMrsl F msly lsvs g vanced Clothsng Early Floyd L Mathematscs Advsser Sensor Class Student Councsl Sensor Coun sellors Communsty Councsl ockeray Grace lMrsl sghth Grade Unsfied rogram llsngson Maynard ocsal Scsence Mathe atscs Coach Basket all Baseball 3 Drsggett Margarette Faculty Steersng Com msttee Sponsor Inter Hsgh Red Cross Aurora Pulchra Horszon Club Farmer Marsorse Nsnth Grade Unsfsed rogram Hsstory ' I if l I . 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F, 5 A. s he x 511' 1' ll A FCI m Gorsku Eleanor Fryfogle Theodore Galant Edmund C Orchestra Band l Htstory Attendance strumental Musuc Oflncer Coach Fresh man Football Hawkms peut' S Heemstra ClarenceR Trade and lndustry Genemlsclence Shop Knlesley Esther Seventh Grade Un fied Program Artth metlc Health Llskey Elmer Mathematvcs Home room Faculty Man ager of Athletrcs Chanrman Athletrc Board :das Kosanke Martha Ste nog raphy Mac Lennan Mary Chaurman of Mathe matics Department Geometry Trugono metry Seventh Grade nr fied Program Erghth Grade Unrtled Pro gram Henry EdwardT Cuvncs History Eco nomlcs Assistant Football Second Team Basketball Coach laur Forrest E Algebra Arlthmetlc Homeroom Marckwardt Paul F Carp'-ntry Sponsor Sonq and Cheerlead ers Woodworknng Brightens Learning il' .312 Maruusek L Richard Chairman of Social Stuclres Department Me,r-rung Leonard English Amerlcan literature Homeroom Needham George History Arlthmetlc Health Educatuon Au duo Vlsual Program Advnsor Mavue Club Smelker Dexter R Spamsh Physlology Buology Faculty Steer mg Commltee Advls er Sophomore Class Spamsh Club McDermott Mane Mathematucs Secre tary Communuty Councll Moerdyke Glen ru n t l n g n I Coach School Treasurer Palmer Lowell M Brology Sponsor Var slty Club Coach Cross Country Track Stegmrer Patncua lMrsl Speech Debate World Hnstory Adviser In termedlate Y Teens Debate Coach Mc Dougal Vlvlan Seventh Grade Um hed Program Arlth metlc Mow y Ralph Trade and lndustry Quinlan Valora F Enghsh Homeroom Sukup Mllo Physlcal Educatlon Coach Football Golf Nmth Grade Basket ba 'will 1' L 5 I ' P ' ' lg T e n ' s r I ' F I 5 L- .ll A l ' l Z U f 'K at D so or g - i, ,Ei til A Z I 4 gf W 1? 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I I -V V fx V. , How Does lt Work' Intent on learmng how the human body funchons students of physiology eagerly watch as Mr Smelker explains how the organs of the body cooperate to keep a person ahve Raver Charles Machune Shop Tuftany Dorothy Jane Sight Saving t" i 21 Reynders Dee A Mechanlcal and Arch ntectural Drawmg Tlmmer Harris Physncs General Sc: ence Athletic Equip ment Manager Savma Peter J Metal Workmg Gen eral Shop Advisor Junior Class Home room Wamo Karl Seventh Grade Un: fled Program Adviser Senior Hn Y Club As snstant Track Coach Many Mmd - and ...and iw sn' Wullaams Eulalla Wolotlra Robertl Nnnth Grade Unufied Program Advlsor Jun no HIY Wnghtman Dons Homemakmg Advlser of Jumor Y Teens Zur Muehlen Emma Umted States Hlstory Homeroom Wray Marian Englush Latnn Advts er of Truth for Youth Club The Faculty Steering Committee elected by the Faculty Councul to weigh all teacher and school problems that arlse has this year vigorously attacked the problem of noon hour regulations Just how much freedom students Taking time out from thenr many dutues of teachnng the faculty gally turn to social life an the form of an afternoon coFfee to celebrate the Easter season Shown enloylngthls get together are Mr Sukup Mr Needham Mlss Blake pourlng Mrs Dlcken chalrman Mr Galant Miss McDermott Mr Marckwardt and Mlss Perschbacher pourung should be allowed to have at that time has finally been settled through the work of this representative group In co operation wnth the Student Councll and the admm nstratlon I .. .. 3- if 3 , ,,,v -'-- v ..... - T t ' 1 1 r v I 5 Ari . . . . . 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I ' I I I Mak- Llght Work Pauslng rn their work of dally preparlng noon hour lunches for the people of Umon are the followrng Mrss Cecile De Groot cafeterra dnrector Fanna Ossewoorde Tlllre Chcmness and Dores Dempsey Although keeprng Umon lookmg neat as a pm I5 the rob of Umon s custodrans they find trme to help many students with the problems of opening a locker unlock :ng doors or any of the compllcatrons which darly arise The custodians are Reed Groover head engineer Shaft ner Bolts Hover Cornell head custodian Coulter and Klllkevrcz lnspectrng the meal to make sure of its success Mrss De Groot lrlghtl cafeteria dletrtran talks over the menu ot the day with her kitchen assistants lleft to rrghtl Mrs Ossewoorde Mrs Chamness Mrs Dempsey Noted for hrs friendliness towards the students Bull Reed rs seen doing only one of hrs many wlllrng services No matter rf rt rs a problem or lust a plarn hello Bull has time to stop to talk to his many friends Even teachers appreciate hrs courtesy In runnlng the elevator on special trrps for them C ' 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 - , . , . , . . 1 . . , . . . . . . . . , . 1 ' 1 , . . I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 I 1 1 1 - ,,.W,.. , K ,.W..-M...,.,v .... V MM, ., ,I -w.w.,.,.... ..... , , ,,,, , -,,,. .. M ,Aww li M. , uM,,T, :I My V t, . . . mm fl, To Take Active SENIORS Another first for Union! One of the few schools in the country to have student-planned, student- organized, and student-run Commencements. The self-reliant seniors have reached not the end, but the commencement of their lives as moture citizens, products of o democratic, future-minded school. A! , 6' f, 1 FZ V , ' 4 ,,fff4:,: , AV I 1, VA Q rm,- , ' - 1 ,AV A V V ,ft V . 4 A "jf 14 v C7 , ff ' fi Q ff , - . " "' .f . , " "'5' . , r, . V f x, VfVV V fy N , , I I L 3 Q ' , r I ' "' ' 4 4 ' ,V ., A , , , ,V nf. KV 5 - f ' .Vi Q, ' ' , i' I V V l. I ' rf , f - "di V' 1 V - 1 . f Q fr ci f at ff f f L, 1 , - 1' ,f 'ig' 541- wr" f ' --- J VJ' ! f i fi ' V 1 X ' l l J, . , f V f' ,. U, C V, C pc, A . , H7 V4 . V- 'C ,V ' 4- f A l ., ll I 5 Jr f i ' 9' V fr f f, 'Vjf v f. , x 5 If I V 1 V' V . V f A V A V V N 1-V I VI I f, , x 7 - V fV': ', ! ' f .4 , ' fVV -V1 K fy f- I, 1' V V VA . V V ' V , A V. , K X , I Q1 . ' , y Y V-iff V l 1 P 1. - 1 , ' ' , x L A- ' f. f F, 1 -'yi 1 .. ,' Q A- A al- - ' f f 1 ' , I ff ' I ,C I ' , v 'i , c , . ' I . ' r, 1 J , ' v' . ' rt, ff ' ' ' ' , 11 ' ', if V V. VJ 1 A 5 V , 'V V - , 1 my Vvm ' 1 , f . V 1 ' r ," 1 1 OLE in Progressive Living my For their superiority In scholarship citizenship and school service these seniors received the coveted Gold Key Awards First row Stewart Hof fius Helm Kemp Spaulding Chirgwin DuClos Poorman Second row Green Andrews Thoma Wilson Read Lennmg Zemstra Feenstra Freeberg Third row Kribbet Zenk Van Otteren Gura Betz Schoolmeester Moore Bloom Kurklian Missing from the picture McConnell Herpolsheimer White Vrana Kepner Award Winner.. The Class ot 53 was lust too good for the teachers to choose only two Dillingham Cup win ners Instead of the usual number tour of the out standing seniors were selected These seniors who excelled in scholarship leadership citizenship and school service were given the schools highest honor the Dillingham Cup They are Lewis Engman Mary Irwin Fred Williams and Bailey Apple Out of a class of two hundred forty these twenty seniors had the highest scholastic average. They all had an average of 93.4 or above. First row: Stewart HoFfius Kemp Spaulding Poorman Apple- second row: Thomas Wilson Green, lrwin Zeinstra Feenstra, third row: Zenk, Gura, Moore, Bloom, Engman lhighest with an all-A recordl, Williams, Van Otteren. Missing: Mc Connel. Class Leaders It looks as though another one of those specnal problems has arisen Mr Early the advlser rs con ferrlng with Zenk president Thomas secretary Apple treasurer and Moore vlce presldent to see If the dlfflculty can be ironed out Thus able stat? of officials steered the Class of 53 through nts most dlfflcult year with flylng colors The special awards gsven to seniors who excel In partlcular fields went this year to the following persons .lean Spauldmg cltlzenshlp award of the DAR Marilyn Wllson Adrian Klel and Shirley Andrews PTA teaching scholarships Joyce Thomas MarlonL Jennings Language Award mlss :ng IS David McConnell Keck Award for creatlve work rn the composition of music On the 'ob as always' Thats the efflctent well run Senior Board Whether the problem lS a dance the senior trap or any of the other perplexing dlFflcultles they face they always como through wlth the rlght answer The members are Zenk Whlte Spauldmg Betz Wilson Mr Early Kiel Krlbbet and Wllllams 'K Askens, Dorothy eens l 2 Treasurer l Reflector Stott 4 Antonsns Barbara Chosr 3 Sensor Glee 2 Ke Mo Horszon Club 2 3 4 Batt Robert Sensor Play 4 Football 2 H Y 2 Bseschke Josephsne Servsce Staff 2 4 Bolter Patrscsa Sensor Glee 2 Chosr 3 Horszon Club 2 W ,-..,' vs:-Y A. w Alexander Beatrsce osr 2 3 Ke Mo Horszon Club 2 3 Pressdent 4 Apple Basley Class Treasurer 4 Sensor Play 4 Deba e Team 2 3 Ammons Hazel e Club l Ke Mo Horszon Club 4 Aurora Stott 4 Basema Janet C 2 Study Hall Operator 2 Sensor Play Commsttee 4 'WS nv Andrews Patrscsa Sensor Gsrls Glee 2 3 4 Servsce Staff 2 3 Baragar, Charles Basketball 2 3 4 Football 2 We asf' Andrews, Shsrley Class Treasurer 3 Aurora Staff 4 Ke Mo Horszon Club Batchelder John Sensors Drsve Through Year Wsth Vsgor Bell Davsd Basketball 2 Spanssls Club 3 4 Hs Y 4 Blsss Bob F otball 'l 2 4 Varssty Club 4 Study Hall Chasrman Bott Margaret lsbrary Club 3 4 Secretary 4 Drsll Corp 3 4 47, we , Q 7 r as f 1 tri W .. W , Bennett Martha osr l C l Cheer Leadsng Block Terry ack 2 3 Cross Country Varssty Club 2 3 Brander Harold 3 Fr res 4 Study Hall Chasrman Berqers, Marslyn Servsce Staff 2 3 4 Spanssh Club l 2 Vsce Pressdent 3 Bloom Charles Spanssh Club 3 4 Fr ses 4 Aurora Saft 4 Broton, Dsck Baseball 3 4 Betz Karl Varsity Club 3 4 Class Secretary 3 Sensor Counselor Bloom Russell Football 2 Servsce Staff 4 Brott Morlsn W4 5 ef -V Brunf, Harold Burll Maxme Clark Mary Ann Servlce Slofl C l De Graaf, Donald B nd l 2 Buble Club 3 President 3 Chour Drew Lois C l C our 2 3 Sensor YTeens 4 v -K fs-M , Burnlla, Loulse Burns Edward Bursma Harrlef C l Track 2 Bowlmg 3 our I 2 Servuce Sloff 2 B e Club 2 3 4 Frollees Baseball 3 4 Sludy Hall Chairman 4 Carlson Nls Chapman Donna L Chlrgwm Marne ROTC Drrll Corps 2 3 C l R OTC Chorus 3 Servnce Slol? 2 3 4 r ues l Cholr 3 4 Bowlmg League 3 Sensor Counselor 4 Stage Clever Play Hold Gala Mlxer Cole Barbara Dru Corps 2 3 4 Presldenl 4 Bowlmg 3 4 Demmmk Larry Dreyer Marlin 34 Damson, George Track 3 4 Fro les 4 Servlce Sir.-:H 2 D sau els Jack C our l 2 Droskl Rlla Dnll Corps 2 Horizon Club 4 Noon Hour Glee 2 Deoruyne Esther Bowlmg 3 Bxbe Club 2 3 Dnll Corps Dollahlle Louise Servrce Slafl 4 G C l Dubrldge Carole Choir 3 4 Y Teens 3 Service Slaff Burlf, Joann Service Slafl 2 3 Girls Sensor Glee Horizon Club 4 Christopher Edward Service Slafl 2 Dedert Robert Servnce Staff 2 R O T C 3 Bowlmg 3 Domlna Ralph Bowlmg 3 Spanish Club 3 4 Service Slaff 4 Du Clos Marilyn C I r les 2 Senuor Counselor 4 41039 f We , ' 4 I LE., V gg ' , s . ,QM ' -9, , I M e G.U. . , 2, 3, 4 ' ' , , 4 Ch l I , 3, 4 ' lbl , , ' ' ' l, 2 .. . .. 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Chevrons 3 Bowling 3 4 Hoek Jerry Hoffsus, Nancy Hollebeck Eula Hoogerhyde Delores nd l 2 Sensor Counselor 3 4 Y Teens 2 3 ses 3 C 'l Sensor Play 4 Form Warm Frsendshsps Wsth Teachers Irwsn Mary Student Councsl 3 4 De ate 2 3 4 Keeler, Davsd F otball l 2 3 Ketelaar, Beverly . .C. l Horizon Club l 2 Y-Teens 'l Jarvss Blcssr Jermansks Dsanne ROTC 3 4 Auroro4 Kehrl Robert Kelly Bob nd 'l 2 Reflector Staff 4 seball l 2 Speech Club l 2 Basketball 1 Ksel Ardsan Kszsvtch, Patrscsa Aurora Stal? 4 Cheerleading 3 4 Senior Play 4 Senior Play 4- Study Hall Checker 2 3, 4 Student Director L J ' "'r ':"fi-'Eff III Johnson Alan Track 2 3 Boys Glee Club 4 Kemp, Joyce Student Councsl 4 Sensor Counselor 4 C 2 Klawseter Marc German Club l 2 US l': ss"' 543515 2 thhin "'.-.TJ Klawleter Rockwell German Club 2 Servtce Staff 2 Koppenol Dorothy Chou 3 e Club 2 3 Kurkluan John Track 2 3 Class Vlce Presldenl 2 Lennnng Vlrglnnc. C 2 Sensor Counselor 4 Song Leader l 3 4 Masalskl Dolores Lrbrary Club 3 4 -pdf Kllnge Richard Servlce Staff 4 Movle Club 3 Kozlowskn Ted Baseball 3 Bowlrng 4 Knlght Sandra Servuce Staff 2 Movle Club 2 Krlbbet Peter ack l Varslty Club 2 3 Football l 2 Mamfest Talent at La Katos Fran Lepard Ronald ecowd Team Football Choir l McConnell Davucl our l ack 1 tudent Couwcll 3 f M' Lammers Mary Magorette 3 Sensor Counselor 4 Lttle rvln Baseball 3 4 Aurora Stafl 4 Student Council 2 McKey Barbara Student Counselor 4 Aurora Staff 4 Senna Play 4 .alfa -wwe' 'Qw- Koetsler Robert Kuks Preston Football 2 3 4 Study Hall Chairman Tennis 4 Money-M Lauman Carole roles l Cheerleader 3 4 Malewltz Ken Baseball 4 McNulty Lots Jean Buble Club 1 Servnce Staff rs S nlor Glee l 2 QM -uv yi' W ,L a l it Kolehouse Marilyn Kunst June Chaur 3 4 Horizon Club 4 Glee Club 3 akmg Lebaron Blll ack 'l Basketball l 2 Marckwardt Paul Melnyczuk Ted We Hhs -wr-.M S-qw if' 'iQ l il? - ll Q A .1 T C 4, I I I Y I A , 4 Tr , 2, 3, 4 , , ' , Bibl , , 4 ' ' , , 4 ' 3 ' o o o o 1 o o o ., , . 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KW V.:,, 2 li-uit! qw' Melson Ellwood Meyers Edward Muller Bernadette lller Bob Sensor Glee 2 3 Study Hall Chairman otball I 2 3 Mmkler, Nancy Mmkler Norma Mltchell Carl Moomey, Shlrley lubrary Club 3 4 Lnbrary Club 3 4 Gxrls Glee l Morgan Charles Noordyk Ruthmary ues 3 Band 2 3 Study Hall Chairman Parks Geraldine Study Hall Chalrman 3 eens l Ke Mo Hornzon Club 4 ilk Chotr 3 Plan Llvely Trlp Climax of Gay Mulllan, Harry V rslty Club l 2 3 4 Truck 2 HI Y 4 Noorthoek, Margaret Spanush Club 3 4 Service Staff 2 3 4 Hornzon Club 3 Parsaca, Richard 2 Treasurer Secretory 4 W' Myers, Davld Football 4 R O T C 3 Noppert Sena Dnll Corps Patnoude Barba a r les 2 Song Leader 4 Student Councll 4 Nauta, Marlon Drrll Corps 3 Olson Arlene Paulsen Joyce VTeens 2 3 4 Secretary Ke Mo Horuzon Club 4 Study Hcll Chairman 3 4 Captam 4 rslty Club l 2 3 Moore John Class President Class Vice Presldent 4 Aurora Stoft 4 Year Nelson, Charlotte Student Counsel 4 eens l 2 Ltbrary Club 4 Ottenwess, Bull Peterson David Study Hall Chatrman Varsnty Club 3 4 Football 2 3 an f W '.,,, E f N l a. 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Q sr ' V ...Rs 12? s gr ::' as- , ,. . .lllll 'U' Peterson, Kent Peterson, Mel nior Band l 2 Sensor Orchestra 2 3 4 Servsce Staff 4 Poorman Jeanne Sensor Counselor 4 Reflector Staff 4 Junsor Board 3 Read, Mary Sensor Counselor 4 Student Councsl 2 4 C 2 Rothley Ron T ck 2 3 4 Cross Counrty 2 3 4 Co captasn 4 Schuslsng Ed Football 2 3 ROTC l Postema Jsm Plan Farewel Resd Marlene Sensor Band 4 Bowlnng 3 B e Club 2 3 4 Ryan Norman Football 1 2 ack l TC l Schwartz Fred Basketball 2 Gof 2 3 4 Captasn Varssty Club Pickem, Marcia Polega, Fred ..C., Y Teens l ensar Play 4 Powers Nancy Ranta Pat Malarette 3 4 C 2 N Teens 3 l Gathersng Class Reynolds Phslsp otball l 2 3 Bas etball l 2 Servsce Staff 2 Sachs Sally Sensor Counselor Latsn Club 3 4 C 2 Ssmpson Carole Cheerleadsng 3 I95 Horuzon Club 3 Rsemersma Roger nd l Ochestral 2 3 ses 2 Schoolmeester, Jas E Student Councsl 4 Study Hall Chasrman 3 Sensor Counselor 4 Sksnner Sandra Horszon Club 2 3 Chosr 2 3 Polmanteer, Alan ack l , Cross Country 2 3 4 V rssty Club 2 3 4 Rausch Joan Frollses Chosr 3 Sensor Play 4 Nsght Robbsns Ron Football 2 3 4 H Y 4 Varssty Club Schroeder Jack Basketball l ack 2 3 Fro ses 4 Skryckl Leonard ck l Football l 2 Cross Country 3 ' .ns .ls 6,-a. lbw M' r Three Palrs of Aces 'Yun Dont let your eyes deceive you' Yes, they really are twms and all seniors Here Jlm and Jerry Van Dusen Norma and Nancy Mlnkler and Rocky and Mark Klawleter discuss the complications of being twosomes Smith Wllllam Sensor Play 4 Fr les 4 Football l 2 3 Stowltts Nancy Service Staff 3 4 C 'l eensl 2 Sund, Odell Baseball 1 2 4 Step Out for Prom and Snook, Jack Strand Sandra les 2 Cheerleader 4 Senior Play 4 Swartz Eloise Student Council 4 Spauldlng Jean Board 2 3 4 Sensor Counselor 4 ues 2 Stranz Joan our I Y Teens 'l Buble Club Swlflnk Nancy Glee Club Grs Drlll Corps 3 4 Buble Club Spanlsh Club 3 4 YTeens l Skurka Joyce les 2 Cheerleader 3 4 Study Hall Chaurman 3 Smith Alvln Servlce Stal? 2 3 Chorr 2 3 Treasurer 4 Boys Glee 3 4 HonorBa Stewart Jeralyn Senlor Counselor 4 onrl 2 In I Strodtbeck Bonnle Reflector Stal? 4 Taber, Robert TC I Study Hall Chalrman WAYS? 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N as v A Q V. 4 ,, 1 l, l .. , 4 '41 ,, " 4 'Wm Thomas Joyce Tomaszewsks Patrscsa Class Secretary 4 rs Drsll Corp l la sn Club l F o ses 3 C Sensor Counselor 3 4 Vachon Barbara Valkema Wsllsam Take Best Kecpsng up to date the newly acqusred actsvsty board of the Varssty Club ss the task of these two capable sensor boys Jerry Msnser and Ed Grodus we Tormala Kay ww Trapp Carole Lsbrary Club D sll Corp 3 Servsce Staff 4 Van Dusnen Charlene Van Dusen James eens l Chosr 3 4 Pressdent-1 C l B e Clubl 3 Bsb e Club 3 4 Student Councsl 3 Truax Doreen Sensor Gsrls Glee 3 Buble Club 4 Van Dusen Jerry nd l 2 TC l e Club l Gsrl to Sweetheart Swsrl Van Ess Norma Van Male Dave Servsce SlaH 2 3 Football l Van Woerkom Jane olses 2 Servsce Staff 4 C o r 3 4 Vx 'ff l s f' Van Houten Mary K Chosr l Dramatscs 3 Van Otteren Gordon cheslra l 2 3 rssemble l 2 Dsreclor 3 4 Van Wormer Shsrley C 2 Servsce S at? 3 4 Harszon Club 3 4 Va n Lew Dorothy Van Portflset Kenneth Vereecken Joan Servsce Stat? 2 3 Student Councsl I 2 Secretary 3 4 at-nf' Iii in? wt fr K s 3 92, -s-s - I V 1 - 'V ' 5 slr, ...,. 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In V I' s mW??Wr ai es- A if tw Verwoert Verna e Club l 2 Y Teens 3 4 Cholr 3 Weber Dolores Wlest Bob Football l Baseball 4 Wllson Marilyn Reflector Slaf? 4 C Sensor Counselor 3 Zelnstra Lo JEYVICE Slafl 2 3 Sensor Counselor 4 olles 3 W .11- Vnsser Peter Vodry Robert Servrce Stal? l Hr Y 4 Presndent 4 nd l Student Councul 4 Glee Club l West Bernard Westen, Barbara Fr les 3 Spamsh Club 2 3 4 R OT C Audubon Club 3 Dramatlcs 2 W his Vrana Marcia G C 2 3 4 Pres: ent Song Leader 3 4 rnzon Club l 2 3 White James skelballl 2 3 Senior Counselor 4 les 3 Warning Norman Chour White, Susan o les 2 Reflector Stat? 4 Sensor Play 4 End Zestlul Year with Graduation Wlgda Charles Football l Service Stafl 3 Wllson Shlrley I' les Horlzon Club 3 Buble Club 4 Zenk Gordon Debate Team 2 .w 4 Reflector Staff 4 n Club 2 Wrlllams Fred Class President 2 Debate 3 4 Sensor Counselor 3 Yonkers Nancy Zerbst Jeannine Strlvlng to turn out a perfect piece of work Plckem and Yonkers feed the mlmeo graph machlne while Alexander and Clark tend to the cranking and Dystra catches the flmshed papers as they come out WMS' 'r Sb 411-if 'Q' Q Ziemski, Helen . i W . . D X 1 . , '13, - xg J - 'N - X x ' .g 'J ' S. I . C - 1 - V l it Ks . X Y V A Seniors Without Pictures I Baltrusaitis, Victor Cross Country 2, 3, A Track l, 2, 3, 4 Basketball I Baseball l Banlukaalrs Vito Beurkens Cornelius Football l Cross Country 3 4 T ack 2 3 Baseball I Patterson, Ernest Football I Basketball l Track l, 2, 3 K . Cross Country 3 . , Postema Wllllam Ramsey Donald Reed Arlene mor Y teens I 2 3 I e Club I Student Councrl I 2 Ke Mo Hornzon Club 4 Borrello Mary Errckson Roger Fohlbrook Walter Gordon Sidney Mreras James Sutter Thomas Van Kurken Donald Whntmtll Floyd Zeeryp Davld Memoriam sm ,mx is Words cannot express the deep feeling of loss among Gul Boehm s many frrends when on October I8 I952 they learned of hrs death When he came to Unlon, Gul was active In if track and football untll he received a serious rnlury to his leg ln sprte of loostng hrs g Glls courage and determrnatlon made htm a 'ww shlnlng example to everyone He learned to walk wmianhililwf egg? Gul maintained a B average scholastlcally on a new leg In lust one week He was elected vlce presldent ofthe lunlor class and selected to serve on the semor class board Hrs many actrvrtres made his short life a full and happy one 44 f I . I l ' I 1 l l Se ' - , , ,4 . V ' Blbl , 2, 3, 4 ' ' , r , , CX , - , I ' , I I . . . I I . , , , t I l g'j,,:.,.i:: .. "'- 2 " t t -' :f:..f ,. .. .. ., . , is ,, . . . . . . . . le I . . . . . , X, . . . t. tt . ,,.. ,.., , , J 'l - , . fy 1 '-r-'Q 1 -sll ' "" , .. .,,.,, " ""1 , A t 51, - - I II- I ll . 2552121 g gt I A 4."""'w,X Charming Joan Vereecken was chosen Homecomung Vrvaclous redheaded Janet Balema was elected Queen with Martha Bennett Marcia Vrana Barbara Pat Umon s candldate for Snow Queen wnth petite Jane Van noude and Mary Read as her court Woerkom as her alternate Beauty, Brams Lead Class Come on gang lets get the ball rolling' Pop Early advrser and Gordon Zenk presldent quiet the senlors at one ot their many class meetings The electron of the Homecoming Queen and the Snow Queen was lust one sort of pleasant task awaltrng the Class of 53 O her hlghllghts ofthe year were the rental of caps and gowns the purchase of graduatlon announcements and the scnlor trap wth Its bug decuslon where shall we go'9 Then finally came that long awantecl night Graduation' 5 Q 3 5 A . f' lt Lflg -, l ,L Nm . E ld l l. 1 sl u lt W sang Q 3 V 21' K -"'m"- W 3 5 M, ,ef l ,W ,v J - at nn . . . , , . . . I I - , . . Q .. t - t. .. t. , - . , , . . e , t , , . , 45 YEAR PASSES . . . Checking credits can be a relief when all is okay. White Brander Grodus and Bell add their sighs of relief Every vote counts states Feenstra as Hoving and De Bruyn cast their well chosen votes tor senior class officers Proudly showing oft the proof of their achievement the little red lug are football players Betz Kareckas Hovlng Grodus Manner and Kurkqtan Actor Kiel and Actress Zemstra put on their best actions as they try out for the annual senior play Which one do you luke'9 inquire Dom na Kunst Thomas and McConnell as they choose their favorite senior picture th MEMORIES REMAIN Hearts and frllls were the theme of the Sweetheart Swnrl Creatsng thus arhstlc effect are Plckem Lauman Gura Van Otteren Bell Patnoude Slmpson and Stewart Oh how we ate and ate at the Pancake Supper and m the alr was the spmt of tun and laughter' Meeting the deadlme was qulte a prolect for this years Aurora staff Scurrymg madly are Little Kepner Green Klel and Ammons We were oft' Bags ln hand we loaded up the busses and set out excltedly for our sensor trap Sharing the thrlll of graduaton and Its sorrows IS the famnllar scene Commencement night Looking over one another s diplomas are Schoolmeester Lammers Irwln and Gura 'W I I I ' I I I I I I I ' I , . . ' I I I I ' - 1 ' 5 ... ' .1 . , . , . r 1 , . . Qt Y gy ,Q , X Sb, . O O I 1 5.1 an ,f-X To Prepare Earl is .-ff - or School Leadership UNDERCLASSMEN What's this we see? Boys in cooking class? Yes, a change certainly has taken place at Union! Now- adays you will find boys preparing meals in foods class and girls repairing household equipment in home mechanics-all for the cause of modern home living. tm' Ames Aushn WL Burrku, fu- D Berg Btcxzczyk Wow 'Sa' ...W Boo: ow ,I 4. 'uri' B Brewer Y' Ct-emotey And Awouck N.. Beume M hw 1 Bev Quit wf Btauwrekel y Boss l Brewer as Chen , -of-an YN. 'wt' get fha Devolcemmck D Dewey A demon ,W 's Beerthurx Bessey ge: A B Block 51' we Bmmft WK: 1.1 L. K Anderson we Wu.. Barber Beenru Brtlmgs QV' s Au: C N xp, 'VO' mc Bo nes QM? Bekcmprg Benhom 1 Bnstwop M BHSWOP 3? 'YY I 'SOP Bott Brookens Brown ref Chscky Av Btue Brant 11 ,ro- Bwnen Bum ,- Cmnende 4, me Ctouse if Uwe Dawn: naw., owe' Bylsnn 3, is Curl Doane iii? L? ER Wheels of 54 As Lmcoln led has country so these able four have led their class thus year Gath ered around Old Abe are Boss, secretary Moore, president, Van Dulnen vice president and Hlghhouse treasure. Under their crea tive leadershlp the Class of 54 zoomed through an actnve lumor year dwsat rp- .-Q18-.,, Dar etson ,.... uf Dombrosk. Carlson DeBruyn Dos.-cf Junior Carrot! .v ,fv Denton -. Dress .W Q.- qw- Centsth 5056 ,A HMA' Detloos Dawn M w we fs- D rite! Du5v 2- A -we A 1 W. H MW - . 'W tx. '. y W X i- , t HV 5 . w- f . Y N Q nv It Q ' U 'K R I - . Q f 4, A y I , U :,.V. ,M if Q . " if' 22 1,11 iv t km 4 - . ,,.. A , fee D ft Arrfffew, 1 -, 'f mg . X . 2 wwf ffl fu Q. .S ,Q f,,W M W' X-we .1 - . V ' Y N. 5 EW , an W. ,, x , , r , : , tb.. -K it f A We , , K S - 4 4 L , . , ' 4 scary g,,,,, , , 1 M ' . M. A H Y " 'B 1 f ' ' r mg, an bfi M 4 5 W 1 ' 1 "' f Ee: N :,,. 'sm A 1 . l to .fr e up - - t ' A. 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' yah, Qi . . l '1 M ' W A A 3 Y K ef U 50 UW- In Memoriam On September 9 1952 Umon Hugh was sad dened by The unexpected loss of Tony Sfeogald who dled after confrachng pollo Tony, a fun lovlng hard working lunlor, was also an up and comlng quarterback on the football team He wall long be remembered by hrs many friends C ass Hooefmvdf AHonon ., V1"n"' A .Johnsen Kalee , 15:2-if I' .- 3 Howe Kaler 'Q 1' Hcusion Kupe f' A. A Hvno Koreckax 4 A Kolchouu Kon Joyce Koum 8. Kuhn lash KOHIH Duck ev popon, J Fronson ,,. C-aberyck 4.,l Q35 fm 4 Hurst I AA' aa - Km! ' 51 Godfrey 11 Greenhoe Hnmehnk ,W wiht I Hensing I I vw ' 'mv' gnmaak Klnq Goemon Growers X Hornmerlund Hen v7 4 ,hx xfke-' Ingram Rf Kleibusch :J . V m ' Eldred Q- GN M fb Elluns I we Elzmga Emery bfi Gessner -v. ogulske Gurhcn Nr Howell Hess 9 Jensen 'xv fiw ' K. ' George I Goudzward 1 Hoon dangle Hiro Je-Memo QS. y. brim mg, U rgyfllbunu 'd I 'Q A Gleason Glow! Gro y Green f.. X Hoon Hobermcn 1? I Hexlclc Hmm Q 3. r -, .. 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A: 2 Vue 'XT ii!-0-' W may , .:Ef 'fi S' , ' nb . 153 E? is , 1 JA .WW - fm .f ?. .lx K -1, SK X 1 X ' 1 M X 'Qt w Q, N .J 4 wth f ORGANIZATIONS Our own little United Nations! Yes, this describes Union's brand new Co-ordinating Council, consist- ing of both the Junior and Senior High Student Councils, the Faculty Council, and the administra- tion. Settling school problems and creating a closer relationship among all is their aim. M 7L4ffU " 'Q In 10,9 .,f 6601-LQ,, itizens Through Group Work , eve? ff 12 I 7 ,LZf4,vCf h I yzlcqfv -DAQ, of ,ZZ www fc ,ffm l A, t 7M,,,w,?! ,Lys-, i A , ,Q,ff,zfzfLfiff' , Q I u Vfulfq,-f' 5' Zi: ' ZW 'UM EM LJ-, Cf!! ,412 - Z L57 Chafee mv "Lf,,L,m,. 2140-L Councils Build Unrtv 'ma 'mi Smiling over the achievements of the year are the top trio of the A nearby flawless constitution for the Student Council IS being Student Council Williams president Engman secretary Apple vnce perfected by Joyce Kemp and Mary Read with the and of Mr Early president Missing De Graaf treasurer adviser The Student Council, largest all school organization with the chairman and committee to revise the constltu that of setting up a satisfactory noon hour for both c'ubs of the school A new system for selecting senior teachers and sudents The members worked diligently honor awards was introduced Attalnmg unity between students and teachers In the government Second row Kurkllan Vrana Read Gates White Patnoude lrwln of the school is the duty of these Student Council ers Thomas Krrbbet First row Swartz Holflus Kemp Apple King Freeberg McKey Third row Williams Betz Block Heldenga Moore Mlnler Doane Mr Early Adviser Bloom Engman Schoolmeester White 64 o 0 0 . Q 5 Q , sm A QQ' We B' r . . u . . I . . . . . - undertook to solve one of the biggest school problems, tion for the Council as well as to evaluate the various . . - A . . . Through Co-operation 4 ter attle members of the Communxty Councll are seated Steenland presudent Block McDermott secretary Early Everest prlnclpal and Morckwardt Standing lrwln Moore Zenk and Pe ersen treo urer Raising money to finance the sharp new band um forms was the mam protect this year of the energetic Communlty Council, whlch also, as usual, sponsored The Frollses and the Sensor Honor Banquet Energetic Sensor Counselors are left to rlght first row Such lrwm Stewart third row Wllllams Feenstra Lennlng Chlrgwun and Thomas Andrews second row Schoolmeester Helm Apple DuClos and Ecplaumng the educatuonal and socnal lnfe at Union keeps the Senior Counselors buzzung Workmg under the guidance of Mrs Crossman and Mr Early these diligent students strlve for well odlusted underclassmen fourth row Betz Engman Spauldmg Herpolsheumer and Zelnstra fifth row Kurkpan Whnte Read Wilson HoFflus and Eo ly adviser M , , "':iE '2E- 22542 Y ' ,y .. --:1j.g:.j. . 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Z I : I I : I I I I I I : I I I I I 5 I I I I I ' ' ' ' : I I I I Wrlhng Clever Cop ...Q Admarung the completed Issue of the la s Consultnng loaelher about scrupt spacunq a d content Reflector are Page Editors Thomas Read Manog process of editing ad copy are DeGraff Irwln ond Kemp Inq Edlor Wilson and Chle News Editor Zenk An 6I'1ll'lUSIGS'IC and cooperative group well describes the group to produce o Vorlely Show which well look this year s Reflector slol? whnch produced Eve outstand care of 'rlnonclal dxfficulhes Under Mnss Hesellme ad mg ISSUES the flrsl semester Lack of funds sllmulaled vlser and Mr Moerdyk prmler The popermounlalned its usual standards Desperately try na to meet that deadline with stories ond heads IS fam: or Staff Members Helm Nhxle Potnoude Wnllncms Spaula ng and Whne www ks ws htm O C l V - Y 5 X., ,M ,. -M I mv ,, , it 4 1 " me " I -6 ar ' fs e ik " ua. , , ,Z , ' 3' , Q .bi 2 ., X 'LJ 3: . , W f ,, f ' ' ' te l ' I ' , ' h , n in the . . l . . Z I . 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Wrlters with charm well describes Aurora Page Editors Lennlng Van Woerkom McKey Ammons Alexander Sachs lauman Andrews Determmatton plus eFFort IS the necessary quality of all Aurora staff members To get the subscrlphon drlve off to a bug start the staff presented an assembly Long hours of hard work followed with each member sellmg To keep things runnlng smoothly us the 'ob of Managnng Edltor Moore Curculatuon Manager Kuel Advertusung Manager Apple and Managtng Edltor Herpolshermer Green Jarvis Kepner Engman s. 67 subscriptions, mlnlature pictures, and senior photo tickets arranging for pictures, and wrltlng copy to carry out the theme of a top notch yearbook the l953 Aurora It was along hard protect but a lob well done apy' Pictures' Headlines' whlrl around In the heads of Dlvuslonal Editors Luttle Lammers Bloom Hofllus 0 at D .. v . , , 1 J J "2 . . 'Q ff. a g t, . 1 gg. MM , I ' - . , . . I I . HC A - ' - -vt 1 . 'V' g is 3 S V , A fl E R' t ig, 5 it X. 3 , fv- i -. f' ervice-Mincleol Govern Members at that ever busy Servrce Slat? are Bailey Apple Nancee enker e. CI Krlb e John Kurkllan Carole Kepner chalrmon Euqene DeWys Dick Kurkyxan Jam Bartlxus Mel Peterson Bob Kareckas Honesty and dependabullty are the trauts for the knds who szt by the entrances and In the halls They see to It that no person leaves the scnool wuthout a permnt or that no one rooms the halls ways the 'ob are these study hal chairmen Beverly r Hazel Ammons Ruchord P rsaco Pot Herpolshermer Lourse Burnuta JR. em 4-0. Q? 42 Twp 'M lewrs Engman Kent Peterson Marilyn Gabrych Sydell Marks George or flvet and Marcia De Bok These. people e great hep the teachers and p plls as well Perfect attendance must for these study hall chanrmen The student checks the attendance and keeps the study hall runnung peacefully whale the teachers merely check at the beginning and end of the hour Mary Lammers Chuck Bloorr Blaur Jarvls A M Klel Marnlyn Wulson Carole Kepner Nancy Hoftrus Nancee Slenlrer and Carole Lauman fi 2 il - 7,,,, SI ', Pit A b l, U , , V p P l ' , ' . 1 ar a l to r I U r V I f 1 U I .. - .. . .. is G .. t. - , . . . . Al on 4 . - l A z Kllt, , r, l ', . . A , ' ' , I 4 Ii I . 1 ' 4 V I I I r ' , X: ," 4, :Q p- , A 'Q- ' fr. . v Y M - . my ,f , g -fx ts All sl ' Q 'A A ,. Q if ,gy cw 3' 'L 'Q f-sr Q , sr t l N as A , ,EA WM 4 ,, JB . . Hard Workers Are They 'WA And so my frlends ts like th explalns Louis Engman Talung a minute out to look over a current debate toplc are these as he practlces for a debate contest whule Fred Wllhams Barley determined debators Gordon Zenk Barley Apple Louls Engman Apple Gordon Zenk and Mary Irwin hsten attentnvely thelr superlor coach Mrs Stegmeur and Mary lrwm Umon Hugh Schools sllver tongued debators carrued on the tradltlon by whlrllng Into first place In Cnty League COMPETITION The team went to Lansmg to compete In the State Elnmmatuon Flnals These smlllng actresses have lust taken tnme out of therr many les to est b Pnctured front row Muller Wllklnson Deupraam Miss Crossman able advuser Waltz Stehower Wendt The Dramatncs Club Increasing every year agom proved an asset to the school Thus active group hos lnspured many a Umonute with thetr spmted pep assem blues and one act plays Sllenherburgslu second row Teunls Henning DeWitt Orhn Denton Zeetf Hendrncks Spoelstra Helm Weston Wmg Burton . 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' I I I I I Languages Add Glamor andlng f nl of theur S Q R emblem a The Latnn Club members are standxng ss Bake advnser flrst r w the Latin Club offncers Hoqlvus vlce president Helm Spauld ng Wilson Todleben Boll Kareckus Zenk Second row Hofflus treasurer Zenk presudent Freeberg secretary Lervnlng Kemp Helm Freeberg McConnell Thura row Engman Apple Sachs Kepnev and lrwun Slave' bring the food demanded haughty Roman nobles lmpersonated by several of the Lahn Club mem bers at thelr Roman Banquet held In the late sprung Sponsoring sales and celebrating their annual plcnlc were actnvltles also Included ln the year s doings The Spcmsn Club members are Row one M Smelker cdvlser Van Workom Brander Gabrych Nay Weston Waltz Spreading the news about Spanlsh through weekly movies and an assembly were two undertaklngs of the Spamsh Club They also sponsored a dance, sales and ended the year wlth a plcmc at Grand Haven Row two Poorman Domlna Bloom Bell Herpolshelmer Andrews Row three Noorthoek Moore McKev Moore Cammar Champlon Row four Wnlson Swartz Westen Todleben l Sl ' in ro A .P. ., , re ' : ' -Mi I , ' gl o: l ' 2 I' ,A ' 2 It 5 , A . - f , , - I I, f 'VI I' .. . .l - - - 1 . . , . . , . 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A I in QM. fa, T0 Alway on the Job' Dashing movie protectors to class rooms IS a daily routine for Movie Club This is the way lt runs explains Movie Club Vice members first row Wleland Moore Hammerlund McKinney Levandoskn President Van Belols to Secretary Treasurer Jarvis and Thure Smith second row Mlnler Van Belols Jarvis Oppeneer Vander President Hammerlund as Adviser Needham looks on Bosch Running a movie protector IS only one of the many duties of Movie Club members They also set up the lighting for plays and assemblies Always ready to help well describes these sym pathetic leaders of the Future Nurses Club vice pres: er dent Bennett president Gales secretary treasurer All Gates yea social secreta y McNulty Cuzea The Future Nurses Club was busy this year dressing dolls for the St John s Home and making nut cups for the girls helped were blood typing and tuberculosis tests vice to others is the goal of all Future Nurses Club members first row Bennett McNulty Allyea Hlghhouse second row Mrs Crossman r Stormzame Kroph Johnson McNulty Mrs Howard 11 0 public address system, splice films, and prepare the stage the Mary Free Bed Hospital. School projects with which ' I : ' - S ' I : 1 Y-Club Give Servlce Leodlng the very actlve Sensor YTeen group are Sensor YTeens are Muller treasurer lgnaslak treasurer Paulson secretary Frrst row Van Dumen Ketalaar Alexander Nelson lgnaslak Denton Mrs Wnlkenson vrce prestdent Vereecken presldent Thomas Atkrnson advrser Paulson Vereecken Chucky Arkens Parks Stranz Stowrtts vuce presndent Second row Ver Woert Ohrn Burton DeWltt Wrlkenson Muller Hennmg Thomas Van Maulson Donatmg chocolates and dolls for Chrrstmas, sellang Packmg baskets for needy people and sponsorrng boxes of candy for the Band Uniform Fund, and glvmg sales were two actlvltles of the Jr Y Teens a mother daughter banquet were several of the protects The Jr H: Y, newly orgamzed thus year, placed third completed by the Sr Y Teens a cnty wlde basketball league Lockwood Salhaney Second row Bouwkamp Vry Jorosrk Korhonen Bulley Wapner Walton Helm Thlrd row Merkle Dauksza Johnson Peterson Haven Nash Barber Camlnar Gryczan Fourth row Brzaw sk: Bennett treasurer Patterson Champion vrce presrdent Nowak Melpolder Arendsen Glgowskr secretary Demorest Mrs Stegmler advlser Junior H1 Y members are Flrst row Wolotrra advrser Kemp Zalewskn Rogers Van Setters Keusler Second row Vanderlaan lmperl Nelson Weston Thtrd row Godfrey Slmmons Tucker Fourth row Pullen Apkarlan Seymer C I ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 - l ' . ' I I I I I l I ' I l I , . , - , in ' - ' . 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' '- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 '1 1 1 I 1 1 I I 3 ' ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 '1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 ' 1 - . : , , . 72 Lively Lad In Action ,f""H fi' Members of the Varslty Club are kneelmg Prus Hlce Zalewskn Mul Varslty Club officers and advuser are kneelmg Hnce han Anderson Grodus Korhonen Carlson Block Block standrng Tokas secretary Block presrdent standmg Rothley treasurer Kurkllan Block Kareckas Barber Eckman Mrmer r-loving Boos Headenga Mr Palmer advnser Mrnrer vice presldent Rothley Schusta Polmanteer Gestner Betz and Mr Palmer advlser Beautiful red or whute sweaters with those bug U s Followmg the Golden Rule and dlsplayung good sports on them' Look In on any Varslty Club meetmg and that s manshlp are the standards that the Hr Y club members what youll see The club had a busy year fulfilling all work and play by Even though the club members play theur obllgatrons to the sports program of the school basketball, they stlll find tlme to sponsor coed dances Hn Y Club OHICEYS dlscussnng affanrs are Fred Wlllnams treasurer Rrchard Parsaca secretary Pete Krrbbet vlce presldent and Mr Wavro adviser at the Shown at one first row Grodus Hovmg Kareckas R Block T Bock Y as well as school dances of their meetings are the constantly busy Hn Y members Mlnner Mulllan Wnlllams Korhonen Parsaca second row Stiles Block Gura Bell thrrd row Anderson Moore Betz Brander Mr Wavuo adviser 73 Horlzon Clubs Shlne Listening to suggestions of their presndent Lols Zennstra are Jane Van Woerkom treasurer Vlrglnla Lennmg secretary and Barbara McKc-y vuce president Members of the Tr: U Horizon Club are Erst row Barbara McKey Vrrglnla Lennmg Barley Apple and Carole Freeberg second row Mary lrwrn Marcia Vrana Nancy Hoftlus Jane Van Woerkam and Mrs Brunette advlser thlrd row Sandra Strand Mary lammers Sally Sachs lots Zelnstro and Carole Kepner Working on varuous communuty protects, packmg hola Although decoratmg the teachers restroom was day baskets, and sponsormg sales and dances were a mann protect ofthe year, the Aurora Pulchra Horizon few of the many actnvltues of the versatnle Tru U Hornzon also sponsored sales, dances, and a mother daughter tea Club Members of the Aurora Pulchra Horlzon Club are first row Beverly Kete Checking over the minutes of the lost meetlng are Du Iaar Martha Bott, Pat Herpolshelmer Marilyn Du Clos Marilyn Bergers and Clos secretary Churgwrn vnce presudent and Burmta Mrs Drnggett advlser second row Louuse Burmta Jean Koreckas Marilyn presrdent Mlssung Carole Srmpson treasurer Wllson Shlrley Van Wormer Luella Logan and Sydelle Marks Club 74 l ' Z I , 1 I 1 1 7 1 1 z , . , , . , 1 1 1 1 1 - tear . 5 : - 1 7 1 i 1 - 1 I 5 1 1 - 5 1 - 1 1 1 - 3? r he Alm - Good Deeds' llc Members of the Kemo Horlzon Club are first row June Kunst Gerrre Plannnng one of theur many actnvltues are Gates vlce Parks Arlene Reed Carole DuBrldge and Jean Zerbst second row Joan president DuBrudge secretary Alexander president and Burtt Barbara Cole Marlene Read Barbara Antonin: and Mlss Langm spon Ammons treasurer sor thlrd row Beatnce Alexander Shnrley Andrews Hazel Ammons Gayle Gates Joyce Paulsen and Ruta Drosks Besldes foldung bandages for the Cancer Socuety e Kemo Horlzon Club members also vrsuted homes for the blind baby sat and went Chrlstmas carolmg Etflclenl library helpers are first row Betty Hlghhouse Car la Degerle Carole Chettenden Anita Nulle and Elame Reson skly second row Donna Wllllams Hazel Ammons presndent Always ready with helpful servnce are the energetrc members ofthe Lubrary Club who sponsored an unusual Book Week featurnng movies, round tables and book packet dlsploys Florence Smarslu Norma Mtnkler treasurer Pat Matalskl and Pat Patten Mnsslng Margaret Bott secretary I . 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Melocllou Mu IC Made The members of the orchestra are first row Mr Fryfogle director Champlon Wllluamson Clmgen second row Houston Yonkers Glles Holmqulst loema Kropt Peterson Tokens Zenk Mulder Peterson Engman C Anderson George GTIHES Vandenbosch Hoffmeyer Berg Simpson, Morrlssette fourth row Van Otteren Kepner Stolxey Kaler K Anderson Larkln Edgerle Playing under the excellent leadership of Mr Theodore Fryfogle the orchestra and band unlted In presenting two matlnees which enabled them to pay for three new malorette uniforms ln addition, they entertauned Harrison Park and Oaklengh with two concerts as well as glvlng thelr annual May Concert Combmlng their talent with South s they ended the year with a program In the South I-hgh Audltorlum lnterpretmg ln thelr own popular style the swung band enllvened many events h as dances, assemblies, and The Frollles The members are, first row Hous ton, ldema, Brookens, second row Whlta ker Zenk, Sevens, Dle Praam, third row Gales, Berg O I 5 : . , ' 1 1 - , , ' . , , . 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I V I I I I I I I ' I I ' Von Houton, Die Praam, Austin, Landon, Brookens, Apple, third row: I . . . . , ' 1 X 1 I suc ' " - ,- I l 5 78 Gayer by New Uniform Members of the Sensor Band are Standlng Lammers Barber Powers Mr Frytogle director Smoes Zalewskl Van Houton Champion Wllllamson Clmgen Polmanteer Flrst row Worsley Berg Glles Hall Whltaker Zenk Sevens Houston Petersen Wearing thelr shumng new umforms the band msplred school splrlt at the pep assemblies and games Seven members were first dlvlslon winners nn a sololst contest whnch enabled them to compete In the State Solo and Ensemble Festival, March 28 Ann Arbor They are Van Houton, Apkarlan, Grrf fes, Gales, Holquust, Huston, and Whitaker Step llvely IS a phrase well known to the good looking molorettes seen at all of the games thus year ln their brught new uniforms They are Lammers, Barber, and Powers Second row Qulnn Phnllvps Cole Roberts Terry Malmberg Read Czuhcu Van Dusen Polosku Thlrd row Vanden Bosch Ames Reynolds Apkarsan Takens Jorn son Peterson Kropf Holmqulst Gnles Fourth row Gnffes Hottmeyer Berg Zeet I ' 1 I ' , ' ' , , , . , ' 1 , , . . , ' : , , , - , , ' , ' ' , ' , - 1 , , , . , : I I . I I I I I I I I I ' Mulder, Austin, Tucker, Simmer, Duryea, Bottruff, Kurl, Nye, ldema, : , , , . , . I I ll I Il ' 1 ,weft Right Foot Forward The Drlll Corps has amply served the school thus year by ushering for all the assemblies and carryxng the flags for the basketball games As cu means of ralslng money the gurls have sponsored sales and dances Readyl Arm' Fnre' us a famlllar sngnal to rnfle team members Swartz Bott Sanzu Van Malsen Clay McGraw Mr Houston Gremmlll Drrll Corps members are column one Johnson Olsen Polmanteer column three Cole Noflsrnger Clccarelll Petterson Vanderwall To the right march' as heard coming from the gurl s gym every Tuesday noon as the Drlll Corps offrcers under the able leadershlp of Mr Houston put the gurls through thexr drills Many of the gurls on the rifle team are workmg on their manual of arms Sknlled leadershlp makes success under first row Bott master sergeant Cole Captaun Swartz firt lieutenant second row Johnson second lieutenant Noftsrnger second lieutenant Von Mclsen second lleutenont Bott mas er sergeant Gremmlll column four Swartz Read B'ouw Appleton column five Houston Swanson Clay Anderson column seven McGraw ""'I5'f""'W lt - .V - - , . Cherryg column two-Bott, Gigowske, Van Dyke, Kosten, Williamsony - Van Molsen, Bott, Tokens, Sanzi, Dubis, column six - Adviser 'W A 'X A i . sl' fa' ' 3 t Fas A A Q v t .. V it t , W 1 t 80 "Count Cadence, Count" Fnrst row Jack Slocum captaun Ron Savage first lueutenant Robert Tofter master sergeant Blanr Jarvns first sergeant Eugene Klnebush second lneutenant Davld Rydzewsku captain Paul Rutkowskl second The first semester Chlcago Tribune Award wmners are Blalr Jarvis, a senior, who has an A average for R O T C and manntanns a B average an has other studies and Keith Oppenneer who boasts an A average In R OTC and B nn other studies Admnrlng the medal of Blalr Jarvus ns Keith Oppenneer Both boys received Chicago Trrbune awards for excellency ln R O work lieutenant Ernest Wnllnamson second lieutenant are the offucers of R O T C group The ent'ire group consusts of one hundred men of whom are not plctured The Union R OTC had an enrollment In 1952 53 of 115, whuch IS not as good a record as In past years, but the R OTC still thrives The mam servlce of the group ns takmg care of the flag The organization prepares the boys for future servuce an the armed forces second row Ernest Wlllramson Davnd Rydzewskl Jack Slocum John See the alt . z I . I , . F . I . . I . ' . , : ' ', : ' , . - - . . 1 . I ., . 7 .I . . First row: Sergeant Latterman, Paul Rutkowski, Ron Savage, : A ' , ' .1 1 ' ' ' Al It . . ,, ,, . . - I - .. H - .. ,. - . . . . . U . T- C' T l , 81 wi.. W,-. so is To Be Good Sport . A . L. ,Nxt phi t, . , 'The -latest infsports' ot Union -Tcrossqcourifryll Sinceits inception four Years-ago, the teom has risen frorinrifth place in the cityato the gtate Sham- ipionshhip this ypgr. Sports at Union ore expanding and progressing, 'always with the thought orde- veioping bqys into ITIGFI. A N I 1 s g - v 1 J Q E Victory Andgln Defeat ,YKMIJ .,,, , 1 5 - '1 1 J l V 5' p 4 Q X 5 " ' X 4 ' 5 1 xv X RTS 'i Br. 1. . Y.' ' 4 AA ' J.. In 4 .J X f , -X Umons back Duck Green totes tlat plgskln Dnsplaylng solld teamwork Preston Kuks Larry Doggett Ray Kuk Jack Hovlng and and evadcs two opponents to pile up more Don VanSetters surround the ball carrrer whsle Don Takas executes the tackle yardage Grldders Sma h for Second Drlvtng wlth determlnatton Unlon s football team tled for second place on Thanksgtvmg Day by upsettmg fav ored South 13 7 As the result of this game the coveted luttle Red Jug came to rest at Umon once agam and for the second stralght year the Red Hawks shared second place with Central and South Although the record shows 3 wms and 6 losses, the boys played solld determlned and excltmg football under Coach Mrlo Sukup FIf51l'OW Mullnan student manager Eckman Robbms Kareckas Doggett Betz Kurkllan Mtnler Hovlng Grodus Takas Hlll Kuks derson Carlson Heudenga Parady Takas thlrd row Lnskey faculty 1952 RECORD Umon Fmt 9 Umon Central 25 Umon Creston O Umon Musk Hts Umon Catholuc Umon Ottawa Umon Battle Creek Umon Wyandotte Umon South 7 manager Coach Chamberlaan Tnmmer equnpment manager Stetl Elkms Shaffer Blss Hupp Howell rmmans Blauwlekel Boas Von l , O ' ' ' , ' 6 ............................. I' 1 U . ' 19 ........................ .. . . , ' , ' 41 . . ,... .................. . . n ' 12 ...,..............,..... . . 13 ' 7 .......................... ' 13 ' . ' 33 . . ..............,......... 19 ' ' ' ' 0 ......,............... 21 I I . . . ' 13 ........................ 62 ' ' 13 ............................. I 2' ' U' 'sl , ,. A 2 :A 1 S., ' h I 1, . second row: Green, Myers, Johnson, Osbeck, Blue, Andrews, Kuk, An- Destion, Pagenelli, Smith, Coaches Gallant, Henry, Sukup. 1, ' J gf ' ' ,fc r ff Q 1 f g Q if ,M M 5, wtif. T " ' fjej "" 4 W 4 n 1 Q Q 84 FOGTBALL ACES Almmg a long pass us back Don Takas 2 On the ball IS Jack Hovlng Unlons expert center Larry Daggett co captain stands ready for any opposing ball carrier 4 A long pass IS caught by Ron Robbms 5 No one wlll escape the arms of tackle Bob Kareckas 6 Plungmg through the lane IS co captain Jerry Mmler s speciality 7 Handling the ball off IS quarterback John Kurkpan 8 Tackle Clyde Eckman stands ready for any opponent 9 Rugged and ready IS guard Jack Hull lO Ed Grodus gets a firm hand on the ball ll Dependable Karl Betz takes hrs posltlon at rlght guard l2 Preston Kuks goes up In the alr to snag a pass WTF? First row De Baer Tweddale Bulls Sayles Van Ess Fermga Hoff Henry Kuxeck Whrtcomb Toppung Second row Coach Chamberlain Boehm Gerard Snerakowske Stasklewncz Werre Nye Hendrnckson Lukas Rakowsku Managers Mulluan Thomas Thtrd row Versen Troumbley Pearl Carlson DsGrand1 Vuckery Anderson Droslu Van Slyke DeVrles Henning Seltsma Whitaker New Grlclclers Show Spnrlt The YOUHQ Hawks tacung a tough schedule showed Even though the luttle grldders lost every game they rtsman rapld Improvement toward the end ofthe season Several learned the knowledge of the game and true spo h Th t h were s arked by a DYOMISIDQ young potentlal varsity men were developed under the able s lp e res men p tutelage of Coach Chamberlaln and the team managed lad Gordon lFlashl Ferris to flnlsh In fourth place an the ctty Flrsl row Robbins Frederlcks Godfrey lmperl V nder Loan Kuks Gales King R ssell Blls second row Rlley Barnes Driver Grubaugh Smoes Webber Cook Knester Gavut Thurd row Pawloska Meyerunk Van Setters Tarbell Weston Terry Scoby Nelson Rogers Ferns P ae! 86 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 U 1 l - 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r-..,l. -..l--o 9 7 " ' 1 , Y 1 V 11 We 1 , Mllers Cop State Tltle Hrst row Shavaller DeHaven Block VandenBosch Koh BI SCORES Umon South Umon Ottawa Umon Creston Umon Central Umon Catholic UNION PLACED Furst In Y M C A Meet First In State Meet Second In GR Invltatlonal Meet IOnly sensors ranl r onen ock second row Zalewskl Hlce Pol manteer Maglnm Prus Berg VandenBosch thlrd row Coach Palmer Block Whlte Buerkens Rothle Y Bealtre Stahr and Gessner Undefeated ln Dual and State Meets Umon s cham plonshlp cross country team set an outstandung pace for League competltlon by sweeping Ottawa I5 to 63 and Creston I5 to 62 The scurrying harrlers floated past the opposltlon as the clty s fastest, Terry Block dashed unto first place In every meet Out of the seven men runnmg In the Cross Country race for Umon five of them placed The co captams Terry Block Ron Rothley and Alan Pol manteer were well chosen as they led the team to over whelmmg vlctorles with the able supervision of coach Lowell Palmer The team had outstanding help from lunlors and underclassmen ln Bob and Rlchard Block Bert Korhonen and Douglas Horton Co captam Terry Block ex ecutes the form whuch Yes' You are d bl seemg ou e os Joklng as they dress are Whrte Rothley Block Polmonteer and enabled hum to run oft wnh Bob ond Duck Block dash for sec Buerkens first place In everv Q 0 0 ' I6 .... 63 ' I5 .. 63 ' I5 .. 62 ' I5 .. 53 ' I9 .. 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"'h"""g' I 87 Glovers Delencl Tltle Front row left to right are Andree Hoff Tweedale Kelly Sund Anderson Carlson B.1erkens Second row Boogard Anderson Molewutz Paganellu Lottle Hendrickson and Vareecken Thurd row Burns Nye Verson Curl Knuxck Brotan and Ellungson Musslng Hucks In the openmg game of the season under the Ottawa lO l Wlth the superb pltchung of Andree supervlslon of Coach Doc Elllngson the Red and Tweedale and the excellent hlttmg of Carlson Hawks scored a startling l O victory over Cathollc Kelly Llttle and Buerkens along with the others Central Then the Red and Whale went on to smash the team showed true champ onshlp form Central 90 stampeded South 12 2 and crushed Fnrsl row Horton Shavalxer Lukas Green Dougherty Saunders Meyer Sytsma Rakowsku Adams Endres Thomas Robln Second row Coach Waxvuo Moore Shaplro Couch Van Slyk Apkaraxn Whltcomb Sayles Smoes Evanzo Mans Jocobusl VandenBosh Musslng McKuever VanEss Dnver 88 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1' , 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 - , -. .. ,, 1, . .. 1 ' 1 1 1 A . 1 . . - , 1 . .I . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 : , , . Rookies Record l Ken Malewntz s let luke speed enabled hum to zoom across the plate wlth many runs 2 Gordy Carlson hard hnttmg second baseman makes a patcher thunk before he throws 3 Bob Kelly captam and outstandmg catcher sets the pace In hlttlng lrvm Luttle sluggmg outfielder came through wlth many vltal huts man came through wlth clutch huts 6 Outflelder Carl Paganelll hauled down many fly balls and collected hrs share of huts 7 Earl Anderson s Bug League shortstoppmg saved Umon s pitchers many huts 8 Obie Sund thnrd baseman showed many bat ters hls mlghty throwmg arm 9 Bob Stmgy Andree showed hls selfishness when he hurled a 3 hltter 5 hitter and a l h tter In hrs first three games 0 4. . . , . , 5. Bud "Base-hit" Buerkens, powerful first base- - . I - . I . I . Fred Schwartz, lightning-last guard, was the second highest scorer in the city. Charles Baragar many times halted opponents' scoring and did some himself. John Moore, an improved player that became regular. .lnm Whute a guard that kept the Opponents battled Gordy Carlson put the ball IH regularly to start scorung plays Andy Shusta red hot scorer ot the begunnmg of the season Llttle Sta rs Gleam The promising stars of 1955 the freshmen team they defeated Ottawa Hllls under the walked away with a championship In thelr hands when Front row Terry Russell Marsxglla Fredrlcks Drlver Weber Whutcomb Smoes Peot Achytyes Ili Coach Mulo Sukup VanderArk Rogers and Robms Back row Myennk Vanderlaan and Coach Mnlo Sukup J wk 92395, as if 2 ,ff REQEQQ E E335 W Q' Q W' ,Wm .rs ws X' if Win 94 Ut . . pad , 0 i 61, 5 we A 'Nt Q 'Q Q ' f , :pf t ' . ,W ,s.,r,W,s 5 , -Aa ,r a ,M Y .A W, may X. 4 I A f-Wa., ,, 3,9-"M -1' fy gg M. W K A , , KLA y V. , s , " N, t M X., g 1 W ' ' Mg' - LW M MW,jW Q W . Q Q ll .Q WM-.ag M 9' ,i':.f,,2Q,s,, ff ' X 'ia , ,, , . . X Ae ,N f r s Q A L: "" ' - ff Q Q 3 N-..s..W, , . V W , 1-1 We Mr .P ff .R r --M E ,, .iff-NW ,Q ,K We em-ln' ' 1 N X - ga .WN ., l X ' su My A i X 1 M, ffww-5: iw ' 1 ' I Q ' ' 5 my M , " at ' A wx V '. M , sae? , l V . gr :.i2'i'-fin. 4 me 4 2' I ' , ' Nw f ,. L f N."1?'!V ' , H'-vkt-I - "1 Wave I X ,, 3 ' . ,.,,,,, , lf , Hf3::.,A?55j t " M r ' N 5 supervision of Mis: W4-'11 3M Niiil ,gp fs Sd!-Q Varslty team group left to rlght Coach Ellmgson Whlte Moore Parady Howe Stahr Hendrlckson Carlson and llskey faculty Schwartz Baragar Shusta Paulson Tweddale Doane Boos Andree manager Flrst Team Basketball After clnnglng to the top dlvlsnon of the ladder for tive years Unlon dropped unto a last place he Although all of Coach Elllngson s regulars graduated In 52 the rn experlenced Hawks stlll fought courageously and man aged to dump Catholic Central both tlmes they met by the score of 45 41 and 55 48 Llttle Fredrick Schwartz, Unlon s muracle guard, was the second hrghest mduvldual scorer an the cuty with 173 pomts Uman Unuan Unlon Unlon Umon Umon Unlon Umon Union Unlon Union Umon Union Unlon Union SCORES Lansing Sauth Catholic Ottawa Central Chrlstlan Creston South South Ottawa Central Christian Creston Muskegon Hts Muskegon Tyung for third rn the clty league these reserves put In a credit Clrttord Grubaugh Zyzyk Khrck DnGrande Hlcks Boogard and Mana able season Coach Henry Vereecken ltler Nye Hot? Larksn Bllx ger Tlmmer -N! J 1 91 First row Ferns DeHaven Korhonen Block Bartkus Hlce Franson Orean Gessner Stahr Beattie Howe Van Portfllet T Vanden Bosch Berg Kuk Barnhard Block Wogtas Stel Second row B Vanden Bosch Koss Takas Horton Polmanteer Thurd row Coach Palmer Kareckas Howell Schroeder McConnell Skryckn Blauwlekel Boas Rothley Greenhoe T Block Mlmer Speeclsters Place Hugh Unions fleet footed speedsters won the first three South 79 3A to 29114 stralght meets before being snapped by Catholic 6126 With such pace setters as Alan Polmanteer, Jerry to 47113 In the first game, Unuon edged Ottawa 60 to Msmer, Ron Rothley Terry Block and under the guldance 49 The next two meets ended In powerful vuctorles as of Coach Palmer Unlon s tracksters planned to take a the thlnclads swanped Creston 87 to 22 and whipped share ofthe cnty crown Co captain Leonard Skryckl hands Bob Howe and Duck Howell Jerry Takas and Jerry Mlnler the baton to co caplann George Seattle glade smoothly over the hurdles show thelr fune sprmtmg form 92 1 l I f 1 , I l I 1 I 1 1 l I I I 1 f 1 , , , ' . 'I- I - I , I , f l 5 I I I f I If D I 1 1 1 - 1 Q O - f - 1 . . . . , ' I Coach Sukup gives some tips for the benefit of Schwartz Grouped In o conventional pose are front row Poorman Zyzyk kneelmg and Russell White Knapp Stacy Pearl and Rutkowslu Simmons King VanderArk middle row Terry Nel Skestone standing son Rogers Vanderlaan Snoap back row Walker Barber Coach Moerdyk Danielson Bulls Golf, Tenn: Rebuild Fred Schwartz, Ken Zyzyk Duck Stacy, and Bll Ske stone carried Unions colors In golf this year Coach Sukup hoped to guide the team into second place Up to May l Union was beaten by Catholic and Ottawa 5 0 Fred Schwartz lines the ball with his driver as Bull Skestone and Ken Zyzyk gaze on Under the new leadership of Coach Moerdyk Union s tennis team tried to ruse out of the cellar position The team was well stocked with new talent as only three veterans returned from last year The boys gained valu Loren Barber is ready with a forehond smash as Wendell Danielson wants for the return XYFMN l 0 0 ' . 2 - . I . . I . . - I i . - while the Red Hawks defeated South 3 V2 to l Vg. able experience in this tennis rebuilding program. 4 -X W l G I l, T, l 93 Athletes Earn Honors These eight boys are Unions pride and loy They were picked by the number of points they obtained during their high school athletic careers as the best all around oth letes at Union Pictured are Kurk Ilan Polmenteer White Rothley Kareckas Schwartz and Block ....4...,.., Jerry Mlmer chosen as the most valuable athlete proudly accepts his cup from a won derful all around sport Principal Everest Jerry has participated In football for which he was co captain of the team also In track for which he ran In the dashes and the relays Unlon should be proud of its athletic man agers Through thick and thln they are always at every game taking care of equipment and also acting as doctors to iniured players. Pictured first row: Woltier Johnson- Second row: Venlet, Van Slykeg Third row: Barnhardt, Coach Timmer and Mullian. ...s... -L----if These very dignified looking men are those outstanding coaches who strive to bulld strong and powerful athletic teams and pro mote good sportsmansh p Pictured first row XMOVIO Sukup Llskey second row Ellingson Timmer Palmer Moordyk Henry and Coach Chamberlain Girl Athletes Shlne Sensor Glrls wmmng thexr All Cnty Honor are first row Du Clos Chrugwln Vrana Read Lammers Lennlng Wilson Herpolshelmer and Stowltts second row Apple Sachs Slenker Lauman Thomas Hoffius Spauldmg Freeberg Drew Kemp Helm Bergers Balemla and Clark Always smllmg but always panning new and dlfferent Ideas for parties and meetmgs are these versatile G U C officers Marcia Vrana presldent Barbara Todleben secre tary Bailey Apple vlce president and Mary Lammers treasurer The gurls worked extra hard this year to lead the largest group ever to wln their All Cnty Honor You arm at the center pun for a strnke exclalms Thomas whsle Read and Bapema set puns and Bergers ZeeFf and Guthan take score and look on The gurls bowl once a week after school In the glrls gym 95 Pictured leading the school In a peppy yell are Lauman Strand Patnoude Gabrych Simpson Lennlng Read Bennett Klzlvtch Vrana Godfrey and Skurka Girls Add to Sports World 's-V Bowllng basketball pmg pong amuxup'9 class The gurls enloy learning a varlety of sports and the work helps to build better mlnds and bodles for these actnve gurls During football and basketball games these gay and charming cheerleaders forever en llven the splrlts of both players and specta tors Pictured are Skurka Strand Bennett Patnoude Read Lennmg Simpson Vrana Klzlvtch Godfrey and Lauman Mlsslng Gabrych fad' These smlllng stars have every right to be proud for they are the wmners ot the tourna ments held In the gurls gym among gym classes and G U C members Adams took first nn ping pong whale Helm and Kemp won doubles In badminton and Muller showed her abuluty with the bowling ball Watch the blrdle exclalms Herpol shelmer as she wants to dlve into the action of this thrllllng badminton game In the gxrls gym Showlng their vigor and abllltles with the racket are Green Kemp and Helm 0 le r ly .. Q. U .' l is so 'Y ' t f No, lt's squad work ln a tenth-grade gym 9 G' ,, . . ,, . . A - Q g EU ,U jgu, 1 q . .. , U to U3 96 Unionites Go Shopping "A smile sells!" is the motto ofthe William Mathew's Cheery service by lgnasiak, Van Portfleet is offered to Drug Stores. Enioying this fine service are Berg, Vanden Peterson, Zenk. You'll always find a neat, clean person Bosch, Green, and Andrews. to serve you refreshments at BUTH'S DAIRY BAR. Nothlngs too good for our gals' boast Demmmk Do I look that good' exclalms Schoolmeester as and Bloom as they pm corsages on theur dates Her Coolley gives hum a peek at his beautiful pictures by polshelmer and Read Friendly Mr Forstrom ofthe Qual ROBINSON STUDIO whsle Herpolsheomer Hottuus and :ty Flower Shop smiles appropal Smith look on Harold Tllma uses his upto date salesmanshlp on Dlllgently studying the color chart In the modern Apple Kiel Read and Engman Draperies are lust one atmosphere of Branclers Paint Store are Vrana Bell klnd of goods offered by Tnlma s Department store Brander Kepner and Mr Brander friendly proprietor X 91 ll - 1 1- - 11 vi - . . H ,, . . . . . I . - ' ' 1 I 1 . . . 1 . . 1 1 1 ' - 1 1 . . , . . ' r 1 ' 1 ' gf? 2 r il I5 Q, , T, A B S5 A V gx ,Q pl I s, QQ s .Q A 5? f ,s, ' f rv You can't stump the expertsl Robert kcwfskas and Robert Karel Eagerly listening as John Sehlef, owner of the Standale Pharmacy, in cooking demonstration at Michigan Consolidated Gas Cc, proclaim: explains the main points about flashlights are: Keeler, Gale, Am- Cooking is so easy, so clean, and so economical with a modem mons, and Flemming, automatic GAS range," Clif an ,nw ff'-A i Az w v wx. ,wal 275 at its Q-,wi A i A ' if i FQ KJ , ,MA J s mm fag? 2 E A !W ,' fyfx H 3 , R .xx wg, 5 "' we ,vi fi Q rm .-'ETS'-9 V V, tl Depostttng their acquired savings in OLD KENT BANK are those Dont be a squ re The gang that gets rouno Q penny wise students Whittaker Howe Caminer and ach ta Versluis outstanding gradualon portr President Whittaker nods approvul hlle Ardith Robbins was visitr her da WN-. GIS dat ls c w snJpD a Verslurs Stuao F ll er up with Mobiigasl exclaim Howe Domino Brander and Bell as they stop for gas al BOB BLOOMS SERVlCE STATION at No theyre not new products gust Ohrn While Jarvis and Leonard and Walker stra sampling a rather unusual but of Bixby s efficient service ?"Nf'-Bw-we l li 5.45 ,Mews if 3.-...f.-.lf-.'. he iw. " 5 stew mad it Nia We rx ,sf 1 i mt lt lz lk . 5 g f X N ' "'- -1 f mf .. , , N-L... ""'A-' K . Q Q. ,, -. 7 M ' l ' , 2 " O '-- "0 are all hep - ' " : ' , , ' , S s, as " i 'I. Th' pi as f ef , . V W . . . . . .ng v 1 V . ,M -t j'stf',f.:Qg .. i g Q f E xg 5 , N 1 E I I ' t E 3 f V 5 E, .W , .gf N N ,mfg g , Y y ' I V fs ' X Q x W' I I A 5 4. V . v 15 E 5' W ,M 2 ck U . its ' V ' , , ' , ' , lem A 'Mfg set 4 0 ' A . M FTM 'Ni' "?"mw'm 'S 't'f'fif's f y I 5 .,r, ,V M y in ,-,g QQ 1,3222 Q f 2' . ,lc ,iiig-Z , , , gg, fi- fi 'A' ' --vv V 'X "2 f 'H 5 . -"' -I "-- ' fri" i .' 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Spaulding, Kiel, and Todleben urge you to Jane Van Woerkam as Helen Eberhard of Van Dyke's Studios show buy your goodies from Buttercup Bakery, for here you will get the them Joan Rausch's portrait. best, 4 4 Mr Hollvluwer with his commanding smile and salesmanshup In lt covers anything comments Mr McKey proprietor of the Shade vrtes Plckem Klein and lgnasiak to choose from the large selection and Linoleum Shop to McKey Howe Freeberg and Bell In regard of goods at Jurgens and Holtvluwers Store to his new Glide paint Admlrlng these sharp Union notebooks are only a few of the many Demonstrating one of their new machines used In the rental pro Unlonltes who buy their school supplies at YAKES OFFICE SUPPLY gram of R C Allen to Barber Wellhouwer and Lammers are Alex Pictured talking with Mr Yakes are Laumon Stahr Patnoude and ander and Clare Rhoedes business manager Paulson sw -..., 914 ' I . ' . I . I l ' A A I I V V 1 1 I I I ' I I I I - - , ' f - ' ' ' 1 2 , , , , . . Q, . ' 4 4 . 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